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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 23, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN MONEY Save Much Money on a Summer Dress DESIRABLE tn nave several Cool Summer Dresses thena H hot sultry days' It adds much to one s comfort being able "to make a constant change. A charming addition to the wardrobe doesn't cost much during the July Sale in this stove. It's possible to purchase a dainty model In ths latest New York style and of the most materials at a fraction of their original cost. For instance today: CHARMING SUMMER DRESSES, REGULAR VALUES TO: .Some .-very smart Dresses, are --el Linen, Lace, Muslins, Allover: hand embroidered Crepes, etc, in browns, OR Rose, Tangos, Blues, Copenhagen Blue, etc, at Another attractive line "tor this week in Dresses; .are Si VbUeE, Linens, -Lace, Rice Cloth, Embroidered Voiles Crepes, ty A A Coatee and 'Bolero effects, at Big Cut in Ladies' Waists Made m high and low necks, Piques, Lawu and Percale some embroidered froute Regular price 75fi Must go at Special Big Cut in all our Whitewear FINE HOSIERY AT LOWEST PRICES Women's Cotton Hose, seamless, black, tan and white A grand value at 4 C_ 23c At per pair I Another1 great bargain! 'Good "wearing quality in black, white and tan, OCft U this sale d9tf 76o and Jl 00 311k Boot Hosiery, C AM all'colors, at _ 5IUv Women's- Pure Silk Boot Hosiery, all colors, at this sale, per pair ALL OUR LADIES' WALKOVER SHOES 1 During this sale, regular 50 and ?6.50 at., -THE STORE THAT DOES THE BUSINESS THE A I r1 ROYAL STORE THE STORE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE Friday Bargain Day At the Rummage Sale IJ Nearly One Hundred Bargains ready for you to-morrow all in plain sight, with a price ticket that means much to you Any line of goods that has not moved out at the beginning of the sale will be reduced still everything summery must go 4-Besides giving you the best bar- gains of any sale in this city, we give you a coupon with every sale, i- which entitles you to share in a ;premium list worth fj A list of winning numbers in Monday night's Herald. Get as many coupons as you can before then Rylands Co. Conducting A Real Sale MILADI Edited by "INO" Phones Res 1115 fRce 1224 Mrs. McCittfe is visiting her sister Mrs. 327 Fifteenth avenue Calgary. Mrs. Hernch of Buxlon, Ind., is vis iting her cousin, Mrs. T. J. Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Git-bauU leave tonight to spend two or three weeks at Han: cock, Mich. They will visit in Min- neapolis, -Dublin and Chicago, 'Oil route. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Williamson re-, turned last night from a short visit in Medicine Hat, and left this- after- noon for Calgary, where they will make their future home. Mrs. Amrose Dickens of Edmonton passed through Calgary yesterday, en route to Banff, -where she will suend a week with Mr. and Mrs. B.. T. Sann- ders. The Misses Annie and Marguerite Hanrnhnn will have the ten- nis tea on Saturday. V The following gneStfc haie been in- vited Senator and 'Mrs. Lougheed to have -Hie honor of mooting their Royal Highnesses "and Duch- ess of C'ohnaugbt, Princes's Patricia and their entourage: 'Miss Katherine Vllliers infilling to HRH the Duchess of Cbnnauglit; Miss Dorothy lorke in wait ng to Hit rl Prin- cess Pitiiua Colonel Famuhar Cap Captain Rivers-Bulkeley and Lieut. Whqrton, at a dinner party to he iield at their residence, Thir- teenth ja-enue, on Tuesday evening next: His Lordship Bishop' McNally, His Worship Mayor Sinnott, Mrs. No- lan, Judge and Colonel and Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. J. S. .Dennis, Miss Eileen Dennis, and Mr. R. B. Ben- nett. I Mr. raid Sirs. Joseph Adams an- nounce the marriage of their seconti daughter, to Sir. B. B. Martin, both'of this city, on Mon- day, July 27th, at -'St. Cyprian's church at two o'clock in the after- noon. Mrs Wylle and two children.of. Cal- Mr. D. McGregor, of Strassburg, gory are'tho guests of the former's I Srsk., is the guest o.f-Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Johu Cooper, Sixth avenue The Hon. Wilfred Gariepy and Mad- ame Gariepy leave next week for- the Calgary, July morning's Albcrtan-carries the following story: H is. jiist-possible ,i.liat-there, will break upon the quiet and peaceful valley of the Bow an episode remin- iscent of the days of Odsbodklns and Gadzooks, tiia-t' will recall that per- iod, in old-world history when knights rbtlc forth to do doughty deeds in name of some fair lady indulg- by 5f men that T all through and all over the Qamn Thursday and Fri- day afternoon and evening, and I will also say that my son, Leo, ana two ,horsss were in'camu. In answer to your first clinrge of stating a falsehood, I will.niake you a proposition. I will give you the names of the three officers if you will order them cd in sword play with another knight to appear before you and me, ho olh- the realrii when jousting was aj cr person to be allowed admission to joy and warriors and wounds meeting. then charge them as" plentiful as leaves in with being intoxicated, and ask them I-faitli, but we need the vales and! to resign thoir commissions in the woodland, the butts of Malmsey and the of nip.rry- ale.- But there is promise, albeit it takes two to make a bargain. In this wise, the documents follow- ing, explain themselves: The Editor of the Alhertan Dear enclose a copy of a let- ter that 1 wrote 'to Colonel Cruick- shanks this morning. You may use it if you like.. I Imvo no money to go to law' with the. 1 will risk my life to get them out of th-a militia. Respectfully, OUSTAV H. SCIIOOF. Calgary, July 22. Colonel Crulclisiiiiii'hi, Dear to the Morning 'Albertrm you have accused inc of fqlschotHl I state that officers were intoxicated in the militia. camp between p.m. on Thursday, June ifllh. You xilso being in camp at- all, ac- cording to that, paper, iii rvply I will say that I can prove militia if they refuse, I will chal- lenge the three of them to meet me in a mounted sword combat, and I will dismount and disarm them in 30 you will grant me permis- sion -to ride my own charger, I-loney- iioy (the one I brought witii me from the -and will station, a few cowboys around the- bottle-soldiers tc keep them from running away. 1 shall be, in Alberta until August 30, and the challenge is open until that time. I will pay my .own expenses, and take the in order to rid c.isr 'magnificent militia ol. the bunch 'of boozers, as .Qbi. 'Sam Hughes calls