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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta CROWD BRINGING SPECIALS AT THE QUALITY STORE Always the Right Goods, at the Right Time, and at right prices. Read every item and price on this page; they make a new standard of value giving. Be here with the crowds at our special bargain sales. Keep in touch with what's doing in the liveliest store in Southern Alberta. Our prices are the lowest. Ladies' wash belts reg. 40c for 25c Handsomely embroidered, all sisTes, finished with brats bnckles. Fancy Vestings reg. 30c value Special 20c yd. Nice fine fitmh vestings suitable for blouses etc. Huck towles 50c pair reg. 70c value Pure linen, splendid weight, trimmed ends, sizes 221 40 Scotch Ginghams reg. 20c yd. 12 l-2t Light and medium colors in neat stripes and broken checks. Womens Black Cashmere Hose Special 30c pr. reg. 40c value. 150 pair fine soft finish black cashmere hose, spliced ankles, double soles and seamless. Great Selling in the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Section. Royal Worcester Corsets, $1.35 Five different styles of Royal Worcester Corsets, comprising about HO pairs, nil straight fronts, with or without hose supporters, colors drab and white, worth $1.75 a pair. Special $1.35 Lawn Blouses, 75c. Made of fine quality white lawn, prettily trimmed down the front with lace insertion, made to sell at $1.25. Onr price 75c. Night Gowns 75c. Regular $1.00 value. Made of fine white cotton niul trimmed with fine tucks, yoke effect, full size. Men's Tennis Shirts, $1.00 Reg. $1.25. Fine quality Men's Tennis Shirts, neat stripes.all siaes. Black Cashmere Sox, special 30c. . Reg 40c. pair. 200 pair good quality Cashmere Sox, soft finish and seamless, nil sizes. Crum's Prints, 12 l-2c. Always sold nt 15c. 800 yards of best quality English Print, in light and dark colors, warranted fust colors. Sold everywhere at 15c. yard. Our price 12$c. Table Linen, $1.00 yd. reg. $1.25 Fine even finish Irish Table Linen, 72in. wide, regular price $1.25 Special $1.00 yard. Buster Brown Belts, 20c. reg. 25c. In colors, white, black, brown and tun. SOLE AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS. How to Make Money Buy $50 Land for $15 You can do it. I can sell it to you! 100,000 acres to select from, if you buy from me. I have some snaps in town property. A sure way to make money BUY WHEN LOW, SELL WHEN HIGH Nesbitt-Belcher Nuptials A wodding of more than ordinary inW'ivnt t"�k pliioo lust owning at half pant nine o'c.ack in Knox church when Mary Northern** IVIchor, lOftort. daughter of M�j�r It. IV-IcIut, C-M-O. �f Division ! Itoyiil North West Mounted Police fonv nt Lelh-brklgt*. wax inumed to Hugh Wul-dermur N'esbltt. second Hon of llev. G�orgo Nesbitt of Toronto, ond manager of the Merchants Hunk at Na-pinkn, Manitohu. As tlx* bride is Uh; first ul those born in the North West Mounted Police force to l� tnarrtod In it uml is really the daughter of the regiment, the ceremony hud a distinctively ndlitury air. A mounted escort accompanied the bridal coach-un-d-four to and from the church. The mmmu*d Cadets weiv w home in Nuplnka. The briourls and the coronet was of orange blossoms. The brido wore the (jltt of her mother a peurl neck- lace, and thai of the bridegroom. � , ,Mfljor ,,, M,.s A diamond ami ruby ring and curried....... Miss Jessie Kolison, Winnipeg; Miss G. McConnell, Winnipeg: Mrs. A. H MuclVnncll; Mrs. T. CI. Itoss, Rclmon ton; Mrs. H. M. Cherry. Calgary; Mrs. Xourse; Mrs. P. U. Nalsmith, Miss Mcnzics, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. L. Hurdie, Misses llnrdio, Mrs. V. Hnnv-niond, Mr. and Mrs. Ilooge, Sioux City, Iowa; Mr. owl Mrs. UHhbridge Miss ARtiew, Mr. ami Mrs. J. D. lligintx.'tham. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ilowinun, Mr. and Mrs. C. If. 1\ a. . , . , . . Hufnett. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Staf a shower buuq.iK of brWe rones ami ^ c p l,l.,es ,f i roses. The groom's gift to eut'h was u gold bracelet mill ti |x�irl civscetit. .Miss Anna Italrlwr. the lluwer tjirl was |ir.-ttily dressetl in whH� muslin. The UlUn|.i( ,{liv,rj0m|; Mr Arlhur ^ TO R13NT. * Furnished house to ront /for August September and October, In contro of �city, tiignt, water and telephone included at |SO per month. Apply Box A Herald Offlcu. FOIl SALE. New six room house. Cheap. Close in. Very easy terms. Apply to GEO. PEACOCK. 010 Cutbill St., 18-25-1-8, Lethbridge. the bride's brother Constable Meyrick pluyod the wedding march, and a choir including Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. IHginUo'tham. Miss Agnew and Misw^i lanthe and A'gnc8 ll'aislle, ami Messrs. Cherry, Oanxjtt. Hlienrer, Ivittlo and Mead sang "The Voice that llivuthed O'er Eden" at the opening of the ceremony cher, Culgary; Mr. I'. If. Dulchor, Edmonton; Mr. II. 1). Duwson, St. Allied; Messrs. If. T. Cherry. F. O. Woods, IV M. Jones, J. 1. Eakin, A. II. Ives, W. O. Tranmer, J. It. Htar-nes, J. Shearer, II. Little, C\ Qttf -rott uwl others. The corner-stone of the now wing Aflar 'the ceremony was concluded to be built to the Medicine Hint hostile hridnl parly under military os- pitnt vill lie laid on July 23 by con, pt'0w.4�M iu the bride's home, Hon. \\. T. Finlay, MP.P. A LOCAUHJDGET. The polltv census of Cultfiiry gives that city a population of 1*1,5.10. Miss (lenge of Mucleod is the guest of her num. Mrs. I.. O. DuVehw. Tlieiv is a rumor that the Traders llauk v ill opin a branch nt Medicine lint. The SaikntclK'wan fSovernnvntwlll o|ieru'te u coal mine this fall und winter for the benefit of the *et tiers Edmonton ami Medicine Hat play-ed a tie guim? :t all, last night, the Mad Mutters making two runs in the Inst innings. Thos. Duce was elected by ac -clumation to the Cardston Town Council to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Councillor II. M. Ilrovn. Sheriff M. Young recently suffered the loss by deuth of his mother in Toronto and his brother, Dr. Young in Vancouver, Mrs. Young visited here Inst year. The mime of Hustings Mew burn is in the list of successful inatricu -Innts in Medicine for Med ill Culver  fiity. He took his examination from Cpi>er Cunada College. At Knox Church lust evening the infant (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. U. fiylawls was christened by Dr. Carmlchapl, assisted by Kev. A. M. flordon. The child IscarR the name of Agnes Eliralieth IvilUan Kylnnds. Percy Shaw, son of Customs Collector F. D. Shaw of LethhrUlge, who has been attending the Royal Military College at Kingston, passed a very creditable examination, taking high honors in several branch es. The Medicine Hat Lacrosse team have wrfttim the local club that they will -be tinuble ao carry out the schedule nnil appear us billed on the Uilrd. nils is to l� regretted. The local team is* euihnivnring to secure a first class leu in, prolwbly Nelson or Reg'inu for u gnme in the near future. A nmv townsHe was surveyed Inst week ml liunleUe siding and the new town w called Uurdotite. Papers have aljPeudy been sent to Ottnwufor a post olllc*�. Mr. Ceo. A. UooiKtin is prospecting for coul there and now has considerable machinery on the ground. No doubt in the very near, futuiv! another prosperous town will have sprung into existence.- Tnher Free Press. Pincher Treek is to have a rail  road. A company has been provided to build a line fr��i Pincher Creek to Pincher Station on the Crow's Nest lino of/ the a distances of four miWS\ The town council will submit nby-lnw which if carrlod vill authorize the town to guarantee bomls for the company to the ex -tent of $10,000 por mile or |40,00(). The lino will eventually be extended to Oil Cfty. P BOTH Fashion and good taste demand suitable shoes for every occasion. "Queen Quality" Shoes enable you to indulge this taste without extravagance. And with the charm of variety and correct style, they combine moderate price. "Queen Quality" Shoes present a shoe for every occasion, a style for every taste, a fit for every foot. We want you to see the beautiful low cut styles we are now showing at $3.00 and $3�0 a pair. FRED COW & CO. THE CITY BAKERY Ford Street, opposite the Fire Hell IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Having Bocuroil the Borvicua of u HIGH-CLASS BR BAD, OAK E and PASTRY BAKER, I can offer the jjeoplti of Lethbridge Bread of the Finest Quality To introduce our Bread to you wo make the following ofler Write your name and Address plainly in tho spare below, cut thiu advertisement out au.l present it ut our Bakery and we will give you One Loaf of our DELICIOUS BREAD FHEK OF CHARGE. Name, Street .............................................. Number................ THE CITY BAKERY J. L. CALDER, Prop. if A ;