Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
jlnn-sdny, July IS. 1912 THE DAILY HERALD ICE CREAM There's sucli a difference in 9 Ahvin s ijiMsts on gelling U Thai we SUP so faroful lo have all oui ice cieani light up to tlip sUndaul. Ti) ns oncp and let us we 'mo cicu'in 01 just phonq us om.pnlea have on hand ajieih oFpasliy. M We deliver to afiy tHecity Macalpine Killien .....Schweitzer's Old hlan'el next P. Uiinis Block, 3rd Arc., I'vone 1030. MILADI Offlct, 1224 "INO" PHONES: 111t The iingi.Kuiiicnt' Toronto of Violet daughter of Mrs. Wilson of ton, Alberta, to Diuo eld- announced .an King' George .and Q'uncn Mary an; IJeiirictia, eldest anxious ilo bring this about as both Kdmoji- tlie Duitc.aiid the IH'icliess arc per- est .son of AtcssnwU'o and Anloinetta Spetia di-Budione, of lloisc Italy, The Hov; and Mrs. Johnston annquiieiNthc 'chg'agi'incni'ot their chl- osl daughter, Amj Hughes to llic is alrcidj being cut, more will be Vugust 1st 1 his is an tnncst ear.lv i" One fca- vlz; the Mrs. Jarrett and her Msttr, Mrs Standifch and daughter ol' Aancomer, arc visiting Mr and Mrs for a few davs. .The Guild of Sfc; Ararv-s'-.will mcfifc with Mrs. Arnold, 233 30th 'St., Friday aitprnoon at 2 The Following from the Kcntyille, N S has reference to a to Queen Alexandra and MLS J. Graham ,Menxies, .widow of .fohn Graham Jtenzics and daughter of the late Wilson, of Traribj Croft The and Queeii Alexandra and the Princess Victoria attended the ceremony ant! sigBW-t'rlhe register Canon Edgar Shaephard, sub-dean of tha chapel roj al, assisteil bj the II L I Joincntcd There .were noMbridesii'.aids.. hut Col Arthur Daudson, tH Queen Alcxat1 'dia's hpuschpld, best n'an [The be tie was guen hy her broth- ei, Stanlej P Non com missJonbl officcis the fiist life guards lined (ho aible and the guestb weft? Ambassador and Mrs gentlemin well known HI 1 eihbndge, Reid, Count Albert AlensdorfT, the three, brothers and his fa- ther here "iVk. IJlair Riplcy, who has been superintending the cxtt-nsivei biidftc- worfc along the line the Dominion Atlantic left tw for Toronto, where. be wo ago supcLtn Tbi Marquis De the Duchess of the Farl and CountL.ss of Gheslerfield, the Tarl and C6unt- of Alinto, the Cpunttss of 1 ondes borough, the Countess of ;s-Muriel -Wilson.-and Lord 1 Vivian quests included several mem haueit means good giai lure "alone is untoward, shoUaicc qf lahoi and its immediate need hardh an exception ic- ports show, that from fifty.1 .to 500 men ire needed nl point fiom which reports wpre rccencd If wea- ther should tic unsettled shortage oi labor be most serious under ircost 'favorable conditions means delay and consequent loss and tend the const.uctioti of C P R util j beis of the lojal famih The King ities which cost when coninletsd and Queen gaie jcwelrx Queen about Tt is to he re grot.ted that Mr. Ripley is, leavine; both he and Mrs Riplcj their -chainnng made many friends during their; resi- dence here. All will be pleased .to know of his continued success in his icsponsible position ,Mr Hare oi the CPU engineering btaff of Montreal, has succeeded Mr. Ripley here." A London despatch says the fact the the Duke .and Duchess, of- Marl- borough were invited together royal dinner given at Londonderry house last night has naturally given rise' i.o renewed reports that a recoh i ciliation is in progress YOU DON'T KNOW GOOD BREAD UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED It is Made in Gilmore's Phones 1027 and 378 ALL GOOD GROCERS SELL IT andra a gold cigar case her own de sign with tluec il miniatures of King Ethvard. herself and. late DuKe of Claience Pimcess A iclona a gold And siher filagree cjock Ambassador and Mrs. .Reid a gold ink stand and hold of King Edwarrtxand Queen Alex- andra, a gold cigarette hox with the lacsinnle signature of member of the household, and the of fleers'of the first life guards a silvp statute of guardsman past and pros cnt RANCHERS HOLD FOR HIGH f RICE Mr. ,1. At. Glendennlng, M. P. P was in the city today on his return from a trip to the Milk river, country Mr. Gleiidenaing was looking for .beef stock an'd reports that there is lots of it in thai country, but tlie" fanners nfd ranchers arc holding ont for high >rices. There is quite an- increase 11 the stoclt supply 'owing lo an ceptionaHy large crop of calves, but he demand la proportionately great- er and prices rule high. Speaking if the natural increase in stock, Mr, Glendcmilng said that the Mackie .inch at Milk river had branded over wo thousand calves 'There are from twelve to fifteen Fiousaml head of cattle shipped out f Alberta' on the average, every said Mr-. Glendenning, "R Burns and Co., require 0000 alone, for iMr. Glemlennliifi says, that 'seven- eighths of the people ;of. Hritisii Col- umbia livft In towns nr and the demand fi om that prov ince is enormous. Then there" is tlie de- ficiency.in Ontario to mako up besides the demands olil'country, mar- kets. -.Mr.: GiendeimiHg, mers of Alberta would make a.serious mistake 111 not keeping up the supply of cattle. It offers a'steady and pfo- fflable market arid'a sure mnk- A Feast of Bargains Come to the Bargain Feast on Friday and Saturday at The Bay, the Home of Wondrous Values and Good Bargains The Great Clearance Sale is over and has made ticnicndous gaps in 0111 lungei of summer goods, H lenu's, lot' ol stragglers, broken lines of goods and lenuiuiits and all these iiuisl lie cleafed bef ore stork-taking at any cost. Friday and Saturday of this lie specially to this' purpose'and some good Imying be lonnd in dcpartmoiit. SPECIAL NOTE-AI1 goods offered at our Clearance Sale left unsold now go back to their regu' lar prices, except the special oddments and announced here from day to day Men's Negligee Shirts Will Be Boys' Sailor Blouses Are Re- Cleared at 75c duced to 49c A great clear up aie a feu of sizes, but not every pattern has "a full range. You will find shirts amongst these that were ?2.00 -each'tend good value at that. All soft fronts and stiff cuffs, a Veal good business shirt, all one price I wC All Straw Hats Must Go-- Prices Cut in Half PLENTY OF: TIME TO WEAR 'STRAW HATS YET In faet the season has scarcely smarted, but with stocktaking our selling season of summer goods.lias gone, therefore every hat In stock will prices cut in tuo Thaie are Rustics and Pearl Straw Boaters and Java Str.iv s in Panama shapes EVERY ONE REDUCED TO EXACTLY, HALF PRICE: Mothers' Look at this, .ilmoat as cheap to Irar a bloiise as wash the old one Thej come m light anti daik blues, with unite stripes Sizes are from 000 to 2, all made from far', quality imported cloth, special Men's Scotch Knit Half Hose 5 Pairs for AN'EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD OFFER It this dollais fue" pairs of all wool' Scotch knit halt hose iu heather mixtures ..that', would cost ion m the ordinary ?175 A- cieai saving of. 75c on fhe paii.3 Surely this is a great consideration if fijd it difficult to this statement, don't staj an ay and Tiass judgment the goods on trial. WOMEN'S CANVAS SHOES Only a Few Bargains left over in the Boot Depart- ment, but they will bear still further reductions Ladies' Colored Hose Are Ex-, celient Values at 25c Here's a. chance for those sceptical ones to com- pare prices calling White Canvas Shoes, this season's models, made 81! Kid Factoij, recognized ?3 oO inodels, and Satuidnj GIRLS' TAN yiCI Regular ?2 oO foi BLACK VICI OXFORDS, Pat- ent tip, regular, p.OO; WOMEN'S VICI OXFORDS, Patent tip, sizes 2-7, tor All Ladies' Hand Bags Are Reduced to 50c Hand Bags with Gilf Frames IN GREEN, BROWN, TAN, GREY, ORAN'GE Black stamped llaen m grey, white and natuial Puce regulai ranging from S'ic to 1 25 All these bags will bo placed on the counter at one price For our final clean up at CA each Ladies' hose in all colors, mil be reduced to 2oc on the special occasion Lisle lace and embroid ered in light or daik green grej, blue tau hroTvn and mixed colois Regular 50c and 7nc values, all one pi ice A VERY SPECIAL IN LADIES' DUTCH COLLARS Embioidered 01 lace trimmed, a special assortment of reg 75c >alues for ALL EYES will centre on this new con- signment of Ladies', Misses' and WASHING DRESSES at Here comes welcome news of a most remarkable oiler in .small Ladies', Mi.sne.si ami Children's dresses -Kail} in the season Arc placed an order with the .'uremoM inanufacluiers of iSTcw York Oitv for an mmsuallv large consignment o't Ijiose Summer Diesses and although Hiey leJt the facloiy in time lo reach us e.u ly in they only arrived. The mateinls are the most reliable Amen can Percales and Chamhrays in .tills season's noieltj designs, also a large numbei in plain colors so much in demand this "eason While the stjles being York s latc.t productions, have -that something dlf feient about them tint is sure to appeal to both the girls and All sizes are here from Children of 6 and 8 years to Misses and Small Ladies and for convenience of sale they will be arranged on separate tables according to size, but they are all one price for Friday A and Sat, reg values up to 50 I I d Walk round this even- ing and see our window display of these models for BAY CO.