Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta -i July THE 1ETHBBIWR DAILY HERALD The Last 24 Hours Of Ryland's Big Rummage Sale will be long remembered by this people, of this city. Avail yourself of the sale prices on cool, comfort- able things to wear NOW. Just the things you need without that feeling of expense. A Little Money to-morrow means big bundles and a big saving. An entirely different lot of sale goods ready for you 'on Friday morning. Shop as early as possible. ___________________________-, _ ____ Conducing REAL "Cut Price" Sale' RM. Itll The Ideal Have -ne not all, amid life's pretty suite, Some pure Ideal o! a noble lift That once teemed possible? Did we not hear, Tie its wings and feel It near And Just within our was, and yet We losr. it in this daily and fret. And cow live Idle In a valu retvet- liut still our place Is It will wait, Ready for UB to fill It soonor late: No star Is ever losl-.we one seen We always may be what we might have" been.' Since good, though only thought, has lite and breath, God's always be- redeemed from And evil in Is decay, nd any iour can blot It all away; And hopes, that lost la1 seme far distance seem, lay the truer life, and thn tb dream.- 11 T A. Proctor ..'lien ttelr daughter, Hose Ina, became 'the 'of Mr. llejlnaid H. Irtb, the cerenxmj rjslng performed y Uev. Dr. Bpencer the First church. The bride was a gtrl- >h picture In her neddlng dress ol serge with satin trimmings and erried i ahower boquet of pink and carnations. After a delightful supper the even- ng was spent In. iQuslc until the hour ten, tie happy couple left IK with, them' the congratulations their friends. The bride received'many gifts which ;onshied of China and Mr landlMri.; Birlh w'H reside a .010 1st avenue south. Royal; Betrothjal Specially for the Toronto Thi'engagement between Prince Arthur of Conn aught and his first cousin once removed, the DuchessjfjFlfe, U one that is eminently sellable in every way, and there can bo little question that the projected union will have the tf 'Wople. Is young, good-lookins, p." wi-s.vy :epitH h: mote than ordinarily: talented. iT'-' I': .s fit. wlth.the crowd. .He Is and ttie Itoyal family. And isiseen.i m.'.? ;.IM. a'p for him." He has always been-popular v V i f'ju. regiments U Mrs. A. H..McQulre. left.this after loon Hat to meet Wr McQuire, who is returning from the ejst. Mr. Cook, ot kaa'l a. guest with Mr. and ilri B. .lamson, returned home yesterday. and lira. E. S. Pulley, hate a their.- guest; the' Int'tcr's cousin., Mr Olaf Larson! of :'i TI'I! V Mr. and Mrs. -'-s i'v.i Saturday to spenj .V i', tor and other B.'' .Miss Emma Reynolds, of- Pincher diiy, is a guest "for a fe'w, weeks "with Miss DAWES borne of Mr. and lire. Stanley Uoyd' S38 Kigali slreel was scene of a pretty wed ding at' eight p'olock last evening when tdSM Doroth'y Francis Dawes, ie- vt Bfrniinihim, Eng., becam tha'bride of-Mr; George Royal Chap peil, o't liadlclne Hat. peai; ferns and potted plant Murphy, .of Winnipeg, sjJm'merTng at' and' tat tier, Mayor ani Mrs'r.Hafdte. ?'--'J 1 -Mlssrinzola Hard'ie Irjli.'yesterday, a ,'eki In profiWoiT formed an effective an fragtahf" decoration. The" brldei who .was given away b the groom's r James Ohap pell, was 'daintily, pretty in her gow of'eyelet' embroidery and shower bou iuet "of with streamers. wat attended by tie groom Mrs. Stanley Lloyd Cha Vho.wore ier wedding gown c i-, law trimmed and c'a !.a t. roses, while 31 S1 o.. Cha'ppell, brother ol th g-> u'. ity as groomsman. f. Ker. j. Francs tied tie-nupli knot in-'th'e-preEerica of some filtee after tiVoer Jnon'yTsat dow'ri''to'a dainty weddit tlefiabMs -being artlstlcal adofbed "witS floVers and greene wedding cake. Mrijahd left for Wi bride travelling In a suit liavy :Eerge" wtti-' Persian -silt, if! plumed hit, Up ran the blockade Whlci. j.--: Wr- H-- who made, (he- wnton he Itfwn. o.iade ilth to itcerulilttf If inch a tie the Mothe.r'phurch yt Etoglini, ReV. Dr. 'that nsny. Jcoald be learned from 'the Churek of Ecgfand, Snf' tie iaore" trttttl-f M tepirtte ktted, mitted to meniberfttif "witsi tfce feftd.ln doctrine of Ronfef 'The was defeatMl IT a' iarge bfatdtle Cfty i.! act he -..j i'- I i.e i> cjrrd. S-i'i a i. a..-i i'.r r.-iid t-> a1. i them.''. Magistrate Concurs Police Masisff'18 EHcm feels Tyeiy ori the sabject also. "Every ie said, -I'that I send an old beinj drunk, I eel'Hat 1 am ndf-doing rljl Vhat's the use pi punishing a rrian cure him of a wai fnft frofc froat' Iii (Jiiebec, Mr. CpWiWjfX, ministering .to1 the superintendent ot 'Socie dde ca pital eipemrltxre ani Colppt 1 4ge'c work in the di strict, -'aid Kkwnlv itrfjntTietic i.v ,H: Kl'i. i 'l V am fould be ttfjvri! ar fhr- woii'u '.i> witt uabitual.arwkanll, Md to.' 'fanH Ui Bat a farn'prMetlr cond-jr'. Alii-AkJbotV; hwiM :s a atif and Urvajt >ork rtlhis- MM he oaW of Chitf "wf _ tMa W i wsrkrcg forci 1m esMnb ;