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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. July 19, TJIK HERALD mrSWHST MOTHER USES MILADI "EDITED BY OfflM, 1224 1111 Children speak in ,the "Mdther Tongue" when they say "Sunlight Soap." They have heard Mother say it- seen her use the clothes washed with it to be, purest: and best It is only left for us to say how careful we are in manufacture to ensure that Sunlight Soap shall be worthy of The confidence placed in it 5c. a bar at your LEVER BROTHERS j LIMITED, TORQISTO, Miss Fair, oi Cannangav, is visi ing friends ,in Hie city The Kiith Avenue Baptist Sunda school will hold their, annual- pieni at the rner notioni on MonJaj, .lul 22nd. Parents of children" to attend arc requested to prepar baskets and to have them deliverc at the church not later than tc o'clock Monday. Further particular will be announced on Sunday. 'Al scholars and parents are requested t attend. Mrs. M, Laffortjr left lor Gal gary this morning, where she will at tend the organization of a Grant Chapter of the Kasler.n .Star, of Al berla. Dr. Lafferty will join her Calgary and they will spend Sunday n Hani! with his brother, m. J.. I) Lanerty of .Calgary. The marriage of Mr.. A. L. Rowan of Uunmore, ami Miss JiVirguerite Aji derspn. ot Bassano, took place Spokane, Wash., .Inly 3rd. Mr. Row- an is 0. I1. H. agent at Dunmore The, bride is a sister" oi G. Car- etle, and one oi Bassano's'most Dop- ular joung ladies Lieutenant.Colonel Belcher "and Mrs, Belcher; oi Edmonton, lormei! I ethbridge, announce the engagement of their daughter, Eli7ahcth idela'ide to Mr. David Alexander Gra- him, the marriage to lake place in the autumn. Mr. Graham is a civil engineer, and is at present with the Canadian Northern Construction com- pany in British Columbia. CLOSE UP THE4V" DARDENELLES GOVERNMENT TAfttS ITALIAN TORPBOO BOMBARDED July 19 Italian attacked the entrance ftl tilt Dtrdanelles at 1 30 o clock this morning The Turkmh forts replied jjgorouilr, sinking two of the Italian (Vsr and damaged the other _ The cannonade last Eortj-fiie min -Utes. ministers .were hurried- ly called to" the palace this morning, at a council of war ft was de- BIG PAY ROLL 1 Coleman, Iiilf 19 row is the pay day- the mines of the'.West Canadian Collieriej The pay-roll will amount i' V The'cngagement is announced :in London oi Walter R. Ferric, of Van- 'couvcr, to tlie Hon. Mrs. Lionel Fortescue, of the Wilderness House, l.'jmpton Court palace. The marriane takes place in Vancouver. Afr. and Mrs. Rohr.rt Morrison Fos- ter, Trenton, Ont., announce gagement of their eldes.tj daughter Myrtle Marker to Rov Edward Davis of Saskatoon.- .The inarriage takes plate the third in August The marriage of the Rev. .C" I Blagrave, of Belleville, and Eleanor.: of LicuLrCoI.. Ponton of Bellei ille, took placj at St Paul's, Covent Garden, London, on Thurs- dav The wedding was attended by many of the nou ip Lon- don f yuniuier'-'-'flamicl1'1: ilances are K tng and it was at, such a Inac- tion that (he Miswii Hatch and Miss L'cfistoinr entcitamed last in honor of tltcir Miss iUcCall and Miss. Craliaii. The Knights of hall simph' dccorateit'in screens and pot- ted plants, the: platform hf bnghth tolorcd Japanese lanterns.'Clusters- of elec- fric hghls m thr adjacent gardens brought to Men cozy corners, garden benches and the popular punch bowl. tin- otit-of-tottii guests Here noticed Miss "-fliltler, of England, Jljts Wartmore of .Victoria, Mr. Tainler of Taber, Mr. Lewis of Mac- leod, anil.Messrs, flarman, lloach and Hood of Kajirond Mrs..'John T. .Burns returneil this inorninj; from Macleod, where she met Miss Roberta.McAdama, of the dc: partmcnl ol agncuflurc, af-. i ernopn in the interests oi the nen's institute. Mrs. Burns and Miss McAdams.were entertained by ifflyor Grady, Mr. Richardson, fmlus- ria! .Connnissioner, and other offi- ials. An interesting and beneficial nesting was held in the evening at. he hone of. Mrs Cfradi, was tliirtj all CALGARY GIVEN A GAS.DEMONSTRATION Calgary, Tul.v thouund person: Vitnesjed the initial Ignition of natural RM here tonight and' saw a sheet of flame 100 fMt high shoot clone the Dardanelles Ten Ilk Pasha, the Turknh umbis fcftdor at London, who on Tub 17 was -Grand- .Vizier, has under- foi m a. new cabinet Miss .Webster of Arcola, one cf thote j-eported missing after the Reglna i; at Banff The pojnjnlon anal) it favors flxwr jt minimum producing power for legal baking into the Then the i 9s Has tight- ed with a rocket The demonatration laated 15 tlmo oublcfMt of gas were coniimi When Bakinj BrMd the choice of the yealt'ta one of the moif Important Swan Yeast Cakes ire made hj the most drv jeait wheat m Canada Order a 5c package from yonr grocer or send for free sample White Swan Spicea Umltsd, Toronto Ontario A'marriagc has been arranged, and ill take place, between Charles I'dnard, eldest son of I "on jldttin of Woodstock, Orfordshirc, England, and 'WinlfrSd1 Marian, eldest'daughter of the Ho Herbert and Mrs. Gibhs, of II For men square, London, and Ware, Her ward Ponsoby is a directoi of (i! Canadian Limited, of I.oi lion, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipej I Saskatoon, etc A London despatch savs Just, a the Windsoi Castle garden part) 01 ceeded m numbers and magmhcene previous functions similar in chaiac ter, it is intended that the.- stit ball tonight shall eciipsc in hrilliaiic any former affair of the kind in mcmorj of the present King's genet aiion Mrs Horden has- rccosercd ,ini expects to the wives o the other Canadian mimsteis r ccnly interested in the. betterment f the home were delnei-' bj Mrs Rums, who spoke on the Inns being laid lor the forthcoming ry Farming Congress .and by Miss 'cAdams, who referred to the im- drtance of the women's institute in rcating greater efTiciency in ihe omc. A women's institute was or- inized at the .close of the meeting, le following oulcers being elected, iiliely President, Mrs. Eobcrt Pat- rson Mrs. J. Black cretarv, Mrs. Kate Jordan direc- tors, Mrs. O., C. Edwards, airs. Claude Gardner, Mrs J IJ Pemnci, Ed.. Whittle .and ,llrs. Robert o t Miss Ale goes to Claresholm tomorrow for of organ- ising a women's institute in that town. At the as a'result ol done M.r> fjHurns and women'ssinsLitutes- have organizeri following towns namely: Magrath, Raymond, Cards ton and AHorado THE "SPOTLESS" SHOP Gilmore's Bakery, where QUAKER BREAD IS MADE WE DELIVER IT FRESH DAILY Phones 1027 and 378 ALL GQOD GROCERS SELL IT London despatch King George's first gante'n party at Wind sor GasLlc attended as usual on Ihosr occasions bj a number of distinguished guests scntmg socletj arrm, church, ?rt, science, parhan-snt, music and thc.drama. About invitations weie issued The King and compliment to the United States hj sending Unbasiador White- Reid to join fche royal tea in a tent there also gath- ered Premier liordcn, and other Can- adian ministers, Grand 'Duke .and Grand Duchess Gcord of 'Russia, I I rinces George and t'hristophci of Greece, Grand Duke Michael or Rus- sia and his wife, -Countess Torhv, French and ambassadors nd others The Queen wore a cream lace over satin .with a touch of blue on the a rope of supcib pearls and a Itat ol" cream straw covered with shell pink osmch feathers .The wr-a tiier threatening and some rain ell, hut the soon cbarcd _ rluo, Saturday Bargains The ALL EYES will centre on this new con- signment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's WASHING DRESSES at Here comes welcome news ot a mos< remarkable' oircr in .small Ladies', Misses' and Children's dresses Enrlv in (he season wo plnced an order wilh the Joremosl of York Citv Foi an unusually larop of those Summer Dresses and although they lel'i the in lime to reach us in May; they only just arrived. The mres betnnen and New York been kepi busy the past feu rlajs with the result that we obtained suUi substantial price con- cessions on these gorfds as enable us to place them befoie ;ou at but n mere fraction of their true value The, materials most reliable Ameri- can Percales and Charnbrays In this newest designs, also a huge mimbe- In plain colois so much in demand this season. While the styles being New York's latCJt ploductlone, that something dif ferent about them that is sure io anneal to noth the girls and Mothers All sizei are here from Children of 6 and 8 yarn to Misses and Small Ladlet and for convenience of lale they will be irranget.' on Beparate tablev according to size, but they are all one price for Friday 4 and Eat, reg value, up to M.90 9 I I 0 Walk round this even- ing and see our window display of these models for Negligee Shirts Will Be j Boys'.Sailor Blouses Are Re-, Cleared at 75c duced to 49c Men's All .Straw Hats Must Go- Prices Cut in Half Men's Scotch Knit Half Hose 5 Pairs for, Only a Few Bargains left over in the Boot Depart- ment, but they will bear still further reductions Ladies' Hand Bags Are All Reduced to 50c Ladies' Colored Hose Are Ex cellent Values at 25c Grocery Specials for Saturday 25c 50c SOUR MIXED PICKLES, PER BOTTLE HALF .GALLON TINS GOLDEN SYRUP, Regular 70c. (or POUND TIN REDGATE COFFEE FOR PACKET PUFFED RICE or PACKET. PUpFED WHEAT............. 35c lOc Very special offer in Wrapped Candies for Saturday Cnrumclss. Yum Yiiins, Kisses. Butter (Joklon all' regular DJC values, spct-ia! lor Halnrclny, pcr'poiuid BAY CO. The crowd of lands provided music, guests divtrsilieri Uc- udes many bcautifullv gowned soci ty women, -ami men in correct dress .here were .several Uhor men of ianient in twceii suits, straw or fu- contrasting with plliccrs of ;uards in bine undress uniforms Owing to the present suffragette ac- iyities a.close scrutiny .was main- ain.cd at the gates. During the 'afternoon the dirigible'! irship Gamma from 'Aldershot liov-' over the castle and then steered oward London. Previous to the garden party the i ing and Queen received internation- I delegates lo the celebration of tbf Hh annivcr-sary of the royal soci- ;Eiglit. Chinese at Peterboro were lined J-IO nnd-'costs each for playing cards on Sunday. AD AUTO ACCIDENT AT ST. JOHN, N. B. St. John, N. B., July nnchoter, president of the Dank of New Brunswick and his wife badly shaken nn, Mr. It. K. Oiiniscy BliBtnlncd two broken ribs and serious Injuries to bis chest, lilx'-M-lfa was cut about legs, and Hoy Kolcly, a cbButVenr, WRK rut about the face alii! bead nn uulomohlle .containing Ibe party skidded and rolled -down a 'hank on IlK! road known as Ilic "Pevll'i nctr here Certain in results beca use purest in q u a I ity; try it and ----THE---- BROWN BETTY TEA ROOMS OPEN DAILY, Lunch Tea Ice Cream -At of the Tennol' Cor. 3rd Ave. .and Fifth Street CANADA IS IN HEALTHY SHAPE Ottawa, July continuation of the healthy business .conditions throughout Canada-is Indicated in the bank statement for the of Juno Issued by