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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta iTtJE LEtHBKliJGE DAILY 1IEKALD PageT 'I ftie Palate And {The Purse i JBoth gain 'by using J. 1 PHONE! 'is too much beauty upo ear men to bear, find no better Tea; the jioor iione more Six oups for a 260 cupVto the pound tHai drink. and come f Buy it once and yon will buy. H always. Sold in Sealed: Packets N'ever in Bulk.' w) I Too many too Utes, Too rntoy tilings too fair And the who live llw lite ot a man Must tujm his eyes away-il he can. He must not .look. at the .dawning Or tlie risins moon FroaT the little feet, so white. fleet. He "ruust turn'hls'eyts avray Awl tie flowers and the-' 'KM uiutt pass by With stern, eye. j For beauty and duty ere Etrwtert hrever, Work and wonder ever apart, And the. laws oLlile, eternally The ways o! from .the ways ot tXTieait Be it Bow'er_or ot the face ol a girl, )r the.ways oi the Biters as tley teaierVk BeV.' H 1 CoWWlf k, new pastor ol Vfetley "Vbur'cli, ly the cou- iMi in the .chureh buildings -Dr. Rivers acted as chair- anS greettagsr.were extended Ker. family in Bhort by. W. A. Biicbanan, coarea M coagrega- ,be Ptist church, Spencer, of Van- oait'r, Fltst hurch; of Trinity Beit general election rt th. Doraiataa CanadaJi.-afcwt two nsnallr hot-one; In Mine ot.tbe local I .wtii apme ID El r -Tr" ibkfauneat what Le Gallitnne, r V, Mrs. M. J. Gibson is'enterUlniijg at cards tomorrow -v. 5 Mrs. ol Edniontoh is viKitin with Mrs. W. Ewme Buch Major' Stepheni, it Is aaid, Is likely liberal candidate in 8t. An-, -ir. .Ballantjae- would-: like an, 511 nothing' belter "than-'a-.ccitMt-with [on. Mr. Codeire'In-Hochelaja, Mrs'. Wilson, ol Ca to'iltark a' week-end'.visilor Third v I HOT WEATHER nurcn, jwv-. _- cliiirch, Eev. A. C. Iryan. ol St.- Aadrew's Presbyterian Cameron wat irfteat" .to. wejconi the new pastor, at ft IB and regrets ol nibility to received rorn Rev'rCaiioas McMillan and Mur rcll-Writlit.v.: eipressed his pleasure tbe'-Tiearty welcoaje ac- corded him by, hli congregation and ths miaUtere coneregationi in: DVlSS evening aod solos rende'red. by'JtlM Fairlianks, George lair' vai.dlrectid'by the Ladies' Aid ol tho most tlve.awl succesitul. organizations in Ladies'Cool, stylish and comfortable Outing Garments Specially Reasonably Priced for Quick Disposal VACATION TIME is here, and naturally, garments specially' designed for outing will be of especial interest to all ladies. When riiaVjng selections ,1 J_ i A t TIB t are three very important points to consider. you -want garment that is slricliy'in accordance with fasliion's latest decree. Secondly, you want a material that is dependable in quality and thoroughly shrunk. Thirdly, you want the lauonng to be of a standard that assures yo BtyUi and fit. These three pbinls: are r- m iLi n T. FcSLSOlUDlC tM garments now awaiting your seieci.. they have now been marked, makes" buying here both pteaaant and pro- fitable. garments now awaiting your select.. Wash Suits in ;ceat striped Cham- brayi, pthira la whiter! Indian and Seep or National Lin- ,1 V- en-rPlalri tailored and'Norfolk 3tyi> coils.'" width Wuh Skirts Plain Tailored Style, .'high waisi and correct medium width and open straight down front and fastened wlUi detach- able pearl itjle that is simple to .Materials are Repps, IndtiV Heads and Bedford C1 Cord. Prices from I Linen National Linen, fuU- coats, loose box baek, aauc Mr tins turnover collar, anu wttk belt at back, parttculartjr and aprrorlate for motor wear. All ftft alien 36 to from or! THE HUDSON'S tibtes. transformed, the ball tion'spent in' Edmonton; where Montreal, July the. state- net 'respectively. Tilt is EO. ment ot earning an'd'ex'penMS for. the' counted for. by the great 'uelntft u operating eipemsei .wWci lot G.. .Catneroa ptesidea orer month of J to 'the suh'-ways all the e final figures.for thVCan-; asicomjiared kit he jfetiote aa'v'UcicHi r-.' ol Ing v 'VENE AT .jMr. and ?'v. .1. il their guest t'.e. lallf 'I1 -i; i Mi C iwill make an eilcudtJ -iii. will make an. eflcudtJi .--Vr J ton, '.the. iei) _r soprano solo. K..O .Miss JohnsovptOttawar-yho has .j.Vf ...._ ,____ I r.i avD aeeierics cL'i.'Si AND.iociirriei a naia.'.': possible.' 11 u i people travelling a an "old estihlished'highway should c called, on-to submit to the inron- 'and- danger. oj j a divers j on in be r. ir. I-MI rhrv mo Tbrj "-S.- B. !fo: Beirf-. _, ___ 61 ;p.resiceht to ajfpoint'Junra r. werft'deliver-" n-eni teren1. IS yiCEVRE8IOENT" VICE E -Tp; WEsfjEflN) FA ;'Bury, vice-president, of the' OaniuiUii Pad1 fio railway, laat ing it. a, complimentary en-in his honor, by .'tfie -I ''.'ie II.-, P..: i; M i Mr WELL 'KNOWN Medicine The News lays Leaving, the .city today in. a lays ean, motor. '..erected ..m rarts by ales, he greatest reasons 'why, grain. s. were lorced a .low; level in I tl% be ttUlwaa hecaise .eastern with.the toat.a -_Jd and in iqaeaM to'mer, at ten ociocn. 'I .1 LotBtl 1-. 1 'r. M V 1_, 1 Battte a_J n Jl._ OAAiAfl'' berU .Waliie j p -principal Lethbrldge te eveningr Ii In discussing the': movement p.! .t rafaj Mr. Bury, stated; that "one; ".ol i j Anotaer to.bf i'tcilijir.- aawfland wltk feln alia' an -Wi 1 15 V jMkaon'a Poftt Out.; July ,M IB :w. I a; tierce 'eiettrlcaA itorm rared, 1 thlt-point.; V' C-X rrteated' to fonJiy Edward bl ibe! Chicago boars, .while he'Tisitwg.ladles 4 it' !goreriirnent D. I ppltjt -j I 'l< wneii IK .to_i cable dly frooi LondiJn.'The brought about the -T-r< PnMaK bara ROOM.1 KIWI S-l5Sdy" V Lord Viid .Lady'Bagot afe atvpres: Ipesalty. for Uafncing 'ent with their daughter, BarUara; at and since ;il to this amiaaainif M( .o( ihe was wWtortavers, ot i-led. Shaw, the'.'clty.'SoW S I. and for ..I S8.-The teprferi ntw-traffic-bridge, to kntaf J WrtaV, cific" -ii'artteg o-.a; COR- structing line tkrouga'tie _ ii LONDOH -THt PO- W tbe ciketcli, suffragette King Oeorge.' King uaorge'wai iaspetting ".v ,TI .vjai': .v the university CoW'S'Hfc w'bolt W Lu, iV fcrrt- I MmMnf? 61 Ol Km vent ii were Is waicVMia.-' i' -'-i- J _. 'J.I.iv 1 tike'.jaiw.-ot-Uie IWrty- wbich-wa? Tbfwe tmcnt were t-wn-i ppgwinww tbe .laniwn, Mnirei ,u t-.-Lii., ;