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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta CROWD BRINGING SPECIALS AT THE QUALITY STORE 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 sizes, finished with brass buckles. Fancy Vestings reg. 30c value Special 20c yd. Nice fine finish vestings suitable for blouses etc. Huck towles 50c pair reg. 70c value Pure linen, splendid weight, trimmed ends, sizes 22 x 40 Scotch Ginghams reg. 20c yd. 121-2c 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 80 pairs, all straight fronts, with or without hose supporters, colors drab and white, worth |1.7a 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. Oar price 75c. Night Gowns 75c. Regular 11.00 value. Made of fine white cotton and trimmed with tine tucks, yoke effect, full size. Men's Tennis Shirts, $1.00 Reg. $1.25. Fine qnality Men's Tennis Shirts, neat stripes, all sizes. Black Cashmere Sox, special 30c. . Reg 40c. pair. 200 pair good quality Cashmere Sox, soft finish and seamless, all sizes. Crum's Prints, 12 l-2c. Always sold at 15c. 800 yari0th. Miss Macbeth, Mr. J. Macbeth,-'Mrs. Cunningham, Dr. and Mrs. Mewbum, Dr. and Mrs. 'Gal,braith, Mr. and Afrs. O. H. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. A. Southard, Miss Munns, Dr. Mc-Nally. Mr. and Mrs. W. Handerson, Mr. and Mrs. Downer and Miss Downer, Mrs: J. McCaig, Mrs. McKitlop, Miss JofTrey, - Mtss AlHson, Mrs. Nettle, Mrs. Champness, Rev. A. M. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johnfiton, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mackay, Mr. and' Mr*. By-, lands, Mr. Martin, Raymond; Mr. .Sharp, Raynwwl: Mr. Arthur Belcher, Calgary; Mr. P. H. Belcher, Addle and Jessie Belcher. The groomi was supported by the bride-.s brother, Mr. Arthur Belcher. The bride looked charmiing in a mos't liecoming gown of ivory Kberty satin over tulle ami talTeta, trimmed with duchess and rose point In.ce ami .seed pearls, The bridal veil was of tulle hemmed with..seed pearls and the coronet was of orange blossoms. The bride wore tlie gi*l of her mother a pearl necklace, and that of the bridegroom, a diamond and ruby ring and carried | a shower bouquet ot brkUs roses and lil,ios of the valley. Miss Addio Bel- | cher was attractively attired in pink ' miinon over taffeta and Miss Jessie in mauve uinon over lalTeta. Both carried l>ouf|Uots of sim.set rows. The groom's gift to each was a gold bracelet and a pearl crescent. Miss Anna Bek'her, the flower girl was prettil.v drc8seal� blue muslin diw�. Two pages, Willie Henderson and Bruce Conylieore, in Upper Canada suits, carricti the bride's train. The ushers were Messrs J. I. Elitkin of IjothbritJge; Dawson of Kdmonton and P. Belcher the bride's brother. Constable Meyrick plai-od the jj-ed- Ed,�,ton; Mr. H. B. Dawson. St. dmg nvarch. and a cho r ,n^U.di..g ^ ^^^^^.^ , ,^ Woods, B. M. Jones, J. I. Eakin, A, G. Ives, W. G. Tranmer, J. R. Star-nes, J. Shearer, H, Little, C. Oar -rott and others. Mrs. Itammoml, Mrs. Higiniblotham, iMisR Agnew and Misses lanthe and Agnes Hardie, ai�d Messrs. Cherry, Garrett, Shearer, Little and Mend sang "The Voice that Bivathed O'er EXlen" at tiie opening of the cei-o- ttiony. ' - I T|>o comer-Btono of the new vlng Aft�r the ceremony 'was concluded to be built to the Medicine HaikiMi-ttw bridal party under ntilitnry es- pital vill be laid on July St by cojt, luooemiffit to the bride's home, Hon, W, T. FInlay, M.P,P. The police census of Cal|gary gives that city a population of 21,&50. Miss Genge of Maclcod is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. G. DeVehor. l^ene is e rumor that the Ti�iders Bank will open a branch at Medicine Hnt. The Saskatchewan Gox'ernmontwill operate a coal mine this fall and winter for the tenefrt of the jtettlers. EMmonton and Medicine Hat played a tie game 3 all, last nigtlt, the Mad Hatters making two runs in the last innings. Thos. Duce was elected by nc -clamation to the Cardston Town Council to fill the Vacancy caused by the resignation of Councillor H. M. Brovn. SfaeritT M. Young recently suBorcd the loss by death of his mother in Toronto and his brother, Dr. Young .in Vancouver, Mrs. Young visited here last year. The name of Hastings Mewburn is in the list of successful matricu -lants in Medicine for McGill Univer -sity. He took his examination from Upper Canada College. At Knox Church last ev�i'ing the infant dauiihter of Mr. and itrs. K. U. Rylands was christened toy Dr. Carm>ichael, assi.sted by Rev.) A. M. Gordon, l^c child bears the name of Agnes GMzalieth Lilli^kn Rylands. Percy Shaw, son Tsr'Customs Collector F. D. Shaw of Lethbridge, who has been attending the Royal Military College at Kingston, passed a very creditable exanvlnation, taking high honors in several branch The Medicine Hat Lacrosse team have written the local club that they will 'be unable to carry out the schedule and api^ear as billed on the sard. This is to be rogrettetl. The local team irf endeavoring to secure a flr.tt clas.s team, probably Nelson or Rogina tor a game in the near future. A twiw townsi'te was surveyeil last week nit Burdette siding and the new town will 'be called Burdette.. Papers have al,reody been sent to Ottowafor a post ofllce. Mr. Geo. A. H'oaiRlljn is prospecting for coal there and now hoB con8i