Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY. JULY 15, lSl4 TH E LE T Jl E --I) A1LY HERALD PAGE CLARKE CO. The Ladles' Store Phone'453 Acadia Block Three Day Final Clean-up Of All Summer Stocks Thursday F riday Saturday 1-3 off 1-3 off All the new Wash Dreiiei All (he new Wath Skirts .All the new Tailored Suits. All the new Tailored Coats All the new Parasols Alt Silk.and Cloth Dresses In addition to the above special lines, scores of other equally attractive values await you at this store tor this three-day sale, featuring seasonable lines for household or your own personal'wear. SILK LISLE HOSIERY AND FINEST VESTS 50c Worth up to 76o. HEAVY SILK HOSE SI.00 Regular. .Black, .white and tan, extra neavy PLAIN AND MOIRE RIBBON 25e Ducfliesse, Plain Taf- feta and Moire in all colors, worth 45c. FINE IRISH RIBBON 15e g.o o d quality, in all the want- MESSELAJNE SILK S1.00 Wlorth A new lot jiist to hand including every color. CAMBRIC DRAWERS 25c Regular 40c Value Splendid qualities, well sewn throughout. NEW FALL GOODS IN SPLENDID VARIETY VIYELLA FLANNELS 25 patterns NEW DRESS GOODS Splendid Variety B5t yard. NEW SILKS Moires, Cords, Rom- an Stripes, etc NEW FLANNEL- ETTES 12 Stripes and 'plain colon; COIN SPOT MUSLINS White only A complete new 'stock of small wares. The home of Mrs. Gibson, -I0i Nineteenth 'street North, was the scene of a quiet but pretty wedding at eight-thirty on Saturday evening, when her daughter, Kathreen, became the.bride of Mr. Karl Hecker. Ilev. J. B. iVancis tied the nuptial knot in the presence of only immediate relatives and friends. Mr. arid Mrs. Ueckor will reside in the city. .A quiet wedding was solemnized at .Wesley parsonage by the Rev. G. II. Cbbbledlok yesterday when Miss Reatlia Maud Adams of Lowell, Mass., became the bride of Mr. Albert Ozias Fisher of Enchant, AHa. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher will make their future home in Enchant. S. A. LAND CO.'S REPORT jf .HAS NOTHING NEW .London, July Sputh- ern Alberta- Land Co.'s report, issued gues little fresh information, the position al- ready having been explained in circulars. At the meeting next week, it is proposed to appoint a committee of bhdieholders" to confer board of di- -rectors WANT -FARMERS TO ATTEND Ihternational Irrigation Congress Will Education orT Irrigation Matters 4. v Calsary, Alta In his let- ter of official bul- letin of the-- Irrigation Congress, mgets in Calgary, October 5 to 9, .1 S fcennls, chair- man of the local board of control, says in part: "We are specially desirous that the .farmers the men on the who are daily and actually con- fronted with Irrigation problems, should attend the coming Irrigation Congress, and confident that by it much of real value will be learned through the splendid addresses that liaVe been promised toy men who have i.riade a life-long stndy of irrigation arid agriculture. Through organized ef- fort we 'are seeking to 'bring about conditions ivhich will result In advan- tage to the farmer in particular and tKe country in genera'i." At St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Altawalia, Medicine Hat, a quiet wedding was pErtormtd on July Stli, when Miss Mary Scott, late of Lethbridge, was united in matrimony to Air. R. P. Bonnin, number of buildings Mown down and telephone arid' telegraph, wires i crippled. Campbell Anderson, a hrakeman, was -blown from the top of a Cheaa- peake Ohio freght train into tha branches of a tree as the train, cross- ed the trestle at Marmet. but ascap- ed with bruises. Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER blue the name signifies all that Is beat Always ask for Blue Ribbon Coffee, Balling Powder, TeuVSplces, Jolly Powders and Extracts. They will givo perfect satisfaction.