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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July 14; .THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SUFFEffl) SO MUCH SHE mm TO DIE Bimnnisx, Oxr., OCT. called "Water. of U to eaae the fain. Durir.y ol UMM bad spel.U, t family Mtsd breast tci Uw houie. I was to bad that H I had Ukn two bt MI that I tefta to exptrttttee rtlief. 1 kept tip the trMtmnt, bumm, and after taking fire boxn, J wai cured, and I on tat jtaeeta. mi ud thU.Mipntd litirtUj true beetuce I cerUlaty at deati'a MM. JAMBS FENWI.CK. "Fraita-Hra'! we br all at a kot. br bial fbe, asc, or seat or. or Urn-lad, MAI CLERK POPE 10 Medicine Hat, July, S, Pope, chtef. Mill cleric on the CroVi Neat line, tetctd to three montha In Ihe lail it FMWIN GEORGE J. RUSSELL' BROUGHT SOME-PROMISING LOOKING SAMPLES TO. HERALD "of promliin; looking J J "Hussell b district, 40 miles" north i Sun dial aui-if there. is a.bef f -counirr, Mr.' RusseU rf The rjrti'r nil head vi! oa t ttaaUnj; .4 cheque for JtO.CO from the 'mood City Klpji. on this charge xill ,hold him wiiboul ball until the 'trial on tha more wrlouc cbarae In September. C. P. R. WESTERN .PASSENGER TRAIN JU3r ESCAPED SLIP- PiNG INTO- LAKE SU-- Fort July U.-It came to ight todif that thai which prob ably would have "one ot the TfOKt railway disasters :orj- oi the sveited during the heavy rain storm [ut Saturday morning, Cinadian-PaciCc ''iast ____ Winnipeg passenger train passed over Iowa ponits. a section ot track one minute.Wore that piece way. alW'Into r PHONtil 11M Ntl. 1111 Kir' down the pathway ot theweit, saw a lonely dove in silence Syitj, To at rest. OK A DOVE Igonu of wkileVckarmeuse satin and suuiet -rosr llibt was carried a bonnet of lilies ot theval- djiag I ley. Tbe'krMe' entered the drawing ooia to ot the wedding .arck flared by Miss Mildred Jam- eson. Tbe sister .oi the liride, ilisa da Copland' attended as brUes- rnaid, while Mr. James Patterson tie iulies ol groomsman. ceremony the wedding fcrona's raihskel- ar, .where'they sat down to a wed- dtag luachew. i-. honeymooa spent in Banlt "ilgrini ot'jir, 1 cried, could I -tut borrow Thy wandering winjs, thy treedosn hlest, 'd fly away, from eyeiy. careful sor- row, And Dnd ras rtst. But when the dusk a filmy veil was Back came dove to seek ter the shete her mite wab There was true rest. heart oi mine! no Monger sigh to wander _ Lose not'thy life in fruitless (juest. There are lio happy islands over yonder; Come home and rest.- Van Dyke.-. Jlrs. L. A., Felger is entertaining at a cliain tea tomorrow., c f ;Mr. and Mrs. !i. Ileib hovy re- turnel-rronV an-, extended stay ,a' JJICLT; uijiiguL ui inety feet, ofSvater in Lakjs'.Superipr. ..The accident Tiest.of :Ross wHere largo ______ ___ [engaged-i tracking .the beard' trie crash ot 'steel, tins ot. rock ..and earth" going to .the-lake and. .'were "under the. passenger ..train, had gpae. down. WhejS.the laborers happy- couple will reside in Leth- hridse.-rCalgaiy Sicrald. CLUBS AND .SOCIETIES Mrs. John A. Gilinore is able .to be out again atlcr undergoing' an op- i St. Andrew's Christian Endeavor will meet-as usual tomorrow even- Tue session of Knos church meet in the vestry at S o'clock this evening. t- t The teachers1 ol St. Paul's Kitst Lutheran Sunday school will meet on Thursday evening. -The.aJult catechism class of St Paul's' First Lutheran Sunday schoo will The Ladies' Aid'06 St. Andrew's chuVAi will this evening w hen member is urged to be present. f-rafion. fhe'.Vi.'O? TV U. win hold thei postponed garden' party at Greei c.' 7. i- "u.' iOablfs', tomorrow even Mrs. K. 0. .Coopet; tourlh.. Avc.., ij> -v will return this evening from a visit ftwiih'Dr. and- Mrs.- Calduell at COUttS. Nx. f U jjrs.'Hodder, A.. Jpaves" on Friday .ijor.'-ff ula be I "nearly th if! w'i.p'-i H of Ives.fc c-. starids'as'a l' ing, th'e, jroducUteness-qt -the- Alby 'district." The quarttrly communion q! Kno Sun sef Ontario, whcire-.-she spend sjx J- .The Ladies' Aii tist-'church .will' A'id ot the First Bap- rnect with' Mrs. P. .-Roy, Eighth" on Wednesda itay.irig at his home, Slcnelg As Previously Announced Our Annual Midsummer Clearance Sale Continues All This Week TO SAY THAT THIS SALE has. up to the present been a success, is e'oyreet, but to convoy to you the full meaning of the unpre- cedented measure of success that lias been met with in this un- liertaldiig -we must say that the receipts of_jlie first three days {Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) were aliiiost double the amount- had iii our most 'sanguine .ex-peelalipns, 'deemed possible, which only illustrates that the citizens of Lethbridge' realize that when we> put'pii these half -yearly sales that they nro genuine in every sense of the word and that nil goods advertised are here 'as per descriptions, and at the prices advertised. We never exaggerate but rather do we" understate the exceptional advantages this sale affords. .If 'yo'ir have not yet paid our store 'a- visit; -we say come, for we. know- you will bo both pleased and surprised at the real savings you are able to effect on merchandise that you are in need of right now. Limited space' forbids the m'tntlon of but a tew ol nuav erous lines specially reduced for thie event Come and bring Four friends. No mailer It is you want In and up-to-date merchandise, you will Bod it here and at a. auk- Btantial saving from regular price. A Few Hints of the Goods and the Reductions at which they are now being Rapidly Sold I'f'pf.'i" a us'. be AMENDMENT- UNDERWOOD J i-isiting Calgary, -Ked Deer Sunday next the combined Pres- Methodist service will i ..i r i .1'.ey" church in the morn- V 'a in the 'i in i.' lor a :t. cf imt. which was ,to have Paul's First Luth- evening, has r e visiting ministers, r-iinvc-spokea, are' at this tiiao. school "will ;on VcdMi- wi" irr i. i' A in, leeived irbpi Bo-1-'- ii. ott IthafMht-.B.-.F.-fSturtev.. TIMBUTI 1O 98c and 91S.95 liiliil ni I' C.iv ere for Ladies' Marabout and Ostrich Boas that were Misses' White'Lawn.presses' that were for. Ladies' MoiretfeIJnderskirts, wokh ?2.25 Royal Worcester Corsets values for Children's js'aziretij this sale lots at yfa 5Hc anJA We children's Shoes.-.. Men's Oxfords 13.45 Biucfers'fpr .Slippers' Panf Overalls; .Y. Pants forJi.Jl Work Shirts f or. 60o Table! linen, foe Hem. Lin: Plaid Knee Rugs.. fi.25 Btenaiir pr- colton "oiiciojhj-'sii; SrotdTLino..' sq.. jdJ "C-: J f -K- y v. If -.'-I' The Hudson 'r fi.l1'. HA.HBOR KEC1 iVEII HV THr- QUUCFS I Aon. KAl MOMJ l.Ml ,r. jiffli of (rirada n. .r f i it HE VVAHTED Hit .4.. rf v a ,ft'i.n- .lal.oa ai-' -A hi La.: irparatrd'i tu i'l'lc" taV iKs oo :ar f.'vt uf boaV, Mi Aini.-e.. VOU SO IM-.MC liwlll !w intaml ukt H of rMUVf hiator', m ar. f-r t da) i. hr kamr i-j i" >n-; PRO VI NCI At; iim to M Nirtb Bitt'tUii -r r ft! eoe f.. i: I M-i. J. cf Xi'l-y !ii> brr. U: W. H. RMM toM -0 t Wat; A WELL TAILORED RAIN COAT Of fcapidi 'HMh. A mMl il W Mri wppfi i IW; UnL I vn; I fwuw, v- vf tvt! (ractlTs'firt If your Ulr k gn Hay'f ebnce Irilr. Ne Mine n Tm.'ll bf ifak-k r-t-ilta from a Urt (ill at (M For l Itaj'i Hrtr. fur H4 'fi M Cran ;