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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERAtD ILADI BY M Ola leaves tompuo morning for vncatli .Nelson. B. C. Mrs. Lyman and daughter of Ri land, Vermont, who have been nous guests with i'. Nelson, 3r Avenue South, for the past week, ha a trip to Alaska. Miss -Bryan, of Brooklyn, Now Yor. Is lu ibe spending Iho buniinc months with hei sletei, Mis AV r Nelaon, S Mrs. DoVeber, .Miss Marlon and M DeVebfer leave for Nelso Sunday morning where they will snen A or two after which the Senate them and the faniilj ul apend couple of weeks coas oiUi'3 atjd. apme of the summer sorts 'JUrs.-W. Hilils returned from Moos Jaw-and other points in the'east'thi nornlnf. rfhe many friends of Mrs. o Warner (formerly Miss Robb, of thl city) ;will be'delighted to leana tha shp became the pioiid possessed of little daughter arrhed jester Accompanying the Minister JiLabor. to 1ho city, today wore Mrs Crothertrand Mr. Crothers'. Toyes, of Kingston en the city by Mrs Goode and Mrs. A. Buch AIJ (o see the citj anti luncheon" at the home of Mrs Goode served to pleasantly pass the time in Lethbrldge of the most largeh attendee held in the south country that at CardBton> lasl W.'Card received in honor ot Air and Mrs I Ellison, the biide being" a daughter of the pop ular hostess Theie uas a attendance' of outside guests, particularly from the ranching 'dis t and Mr. and'Mrs. Ellfoon were ex- tended beet uinhes for a happy and prosperous wedded life The} Mill side at. Aetna. ;A New York despatch hen iy expected to be born to Lord and 'L'ady Docles, (Mias Vivian Gould) at tlicir home near London, at the end'of tills month Thjs is the pleasant haa reached the lelatues and friends of and Lady Decies on this side and tfie latter's patents, Mr and Mrs George J Gould itid family planned to'sail-'for England njorrow. As soon as possible after the event, Lord and Lady Decies will loave Ireland where ,Lord Decies has sue corded the the commajitj "ot the South finish Ijtoise and they Mill probably do much enteitaining on their Irish estate Ml, Jackson, Ictt; for Clinton, where he HI! join Mrs. Jackson and spend a two months' holiday. The .Minister of Laboi'b pact} in the city today was composed ot I T UoU.erb, Mis C'rothcry, Ud H II 'J'oje our seleotioj AH these Silks arc ,27 inches wide and worth in regular way aOc per yard Veiy for Piiday and Satuiday onlv Tweed Pants, Whether you necd; them now or not, you cannot afford to misa tbu offer Theie are onlj 24 pans, so It net fall to everyone's shaie to get those won derful Worsted 75 per Pair They mado In Worsteds, light or dark patterns regular ?2.50 to 1.00, "but Friday .ind Satiiiday they are allj priced alike. Per pair x. t Quite a Fashion; Ladies' Shoes Yel Here's one of those opportunities that'.come 'but -once in -a (lifetime. We gone through our stock of this season's models in Ladieu' and thrown out all broken lines, not because we do not want. them, .but .because, wluit .-with our week-end sales and the brisk selling in this department since Alondaj lasl, we have aothtng but our Gathering ci t; One Pr. latest modeis to offei comprise "Vici Bluchers, ,in Black or tan; Tan Willou'; Patent Goloshed with kid tops in button or lace. All, turned out in one heap a veritable pot pourrt of fashionable 'footwear. Every pair perfect, not n .bad pair amongst them. Yet thcv arc lion tbe legulai S4 00 and ?p 00 ojo for Dollar Onlj Shoes for Man, Foi two .3 onlj these shoes ail come down to one level, and that pO Men's Grey Canvas .Oxfords, Men's White Canvas Oxfords, Women's White Canvas Ox fords; Children's .White Canvas Oxfords and Ankle Strap Shoes, Boys' Grey Canvas _ UI one price Friday and Saturday j Canvrfs Woman or Child Two ot the very latest' In Women's White Footwear. Both models ale in best White Duck, and are kid lined; one Is a five-button Oxford, the other a o- stiap shoe attiatcive buckle. Very smart shapes.'' Regular i alues Men's Smart Neckwear Ail Reduced to Some very good: buying in this English and American siHk Ties. It includes such popular styles as. the; four i-n hand, flowing ond ties, knitted silli-ties in profusion ;of colorings, bar stripes, plain colors, ii'l "new designs that cannot fail to meet the' requirements of the .most .fastidious. Regular prices .of these.yere All included one price for our semj annual clean up 25c Ladies' Linen Coats V.'bito or natural color; some plain, others triinmcd with bands of contrasting col or All full length, stj hr-h models Special tu i i i Pi ice' f, Child Cham'y Dresses 532- Veiy wide indeed, ourt range pf tliese-and borne most renmrkable values are be- ing offered Regular prices vanish entirely in this great clean up In Children's dresses. All pnoodat Miscellaneous PETER PAN BLOUSES .Regular ?t50 to ?3 00 (or LADIES' SILK f.KjRTS Regular 17.00' value CHILDREN'S STRAW. HATS Hegular up to SO cents CHILD'S CAMBRIC DRAWERS All sizes for 2 to 10 years LADIES' CORSET COVERS All sizes 32 to 12 CHILDREN'S ROMPERS For children' 2 to fi years LADIES' TAILORED SUITS. Regular up. to 140.00...... %IM 23c. lOc. 35c. 1.95 300 Yards Heavy Straw Matting at 14c Yard nirtttiug cniiiicnllv suitaUU; 1'or rooms, olc Very cJcnn iijul cool for tlic summer. Ton can. a aoom of Jor 6 ONLY TAPESTRY'BUGS, .Good quality imported English Tapestry' well known for their' qualities, desigiu and colois Hegular for 100 Hcsny Axiuiiihier WILTON CARPETS Here is a greatr xyiiinn Cftipet, closeiy even short, thick pile, in two tone, gieen artistic, designs Resulii Oi) and 52 23 Sale it i 25 Price per jard.............. Selling al Each HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY MTERESTING STORIES FROM CHANCERY LANE Slopes, the Scientist, Related In- cidents Connected With Record Work Mrs, C. C. Slopes, the scientist and ithoress, who has studied almost eri- day for Twenty-five years at the Oltico, Cluincory lane, Lorwlon, irraloii somo of llie (imiiiil o lias tllscoverert there, at the. Wo- At ono she explained, :-HhO iigs used to take the records th them in .Then, some were stuffed under scats in the pews in Roll's Chapel, 'the nite of the pres- ent Record Office, at which the Great Fire of London stopped in 1866, and some were stored, in a room just above a gunpowder magazine in the Tower. Slopes found that during the time of -Elizabeth recusants were charged ;eacli. day they did not attend elluroh. she said, "made arrangements for stopping at. lionie hy paying month There was a William Shakespeare, who lived at Warwickshire in the same time as. the poet and had the same number of hrothcrs and sisters Altogether there were eighteen .con temporary William Slialraspeares. "Thero was an ofllclal King's cat a the Hecord saidMrs. Slopes "It. was required to. keen Itself clean bring up its children, and catch mice and rats. In )hc old days if anybody killed .the olliciu! cat thfl tille was a puflicleiit cjuuntlly of lyhnnt tn cov- er I lie body. .The last olticial cal has Just died.' AMERICAN BROKE RECORD Stockholm, July Olympic record for running broad Jump was broken bj Albeit II Cutterson, Uni- versity of .Vermont, at his first at: tempt, he cie.led 7 metres CO ccntlmoites (21ft. llin ami a frac; The nreUous bast Olympic ro. cord mnde by the American Irons, at the Olympic games In London, 190S. A cieigymnn uho adverUsed.'for an ornaulst leeched this reply; notice jou have H MI- canci_ for an oigatilst .curlier, cither lady or KentlMntn; bren both tor I bsg to apply (or the ;