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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914 THB LJETH-BRIDGK DAILY PAGE PI ADIfC P PA THE LADIES'STORE LLAKAL Phone453 Acdia Block Three Big Bargains Saturday And scores of others in (seasonable necessities for your own pbrsotial use, that we cannot mention A SPECIAL, PURCHA8E OF SATIN PETTICOATS IN OR OUALITJEb USUALLY SOLO AT '.Thlfe.li a truly wonderful bargain and you'll-find them, biyond a doubt, 'the belt garment! you have ever teen for the money, .Made of i Satin, cut narrow to conform to preterit belt aiylee, ac- .pleated, atralght hanging 12 inch fiounee; colpra Paddy, Nell i ROM, Hollo, Coiienhigen, Navy and Black.' v Clearing out House I Values Worth 'PiU is i not a job lot, but garments our; _ ovm, careful nhooslag which wejwve into oha'blg lot for markedfatj "i price law to move them A Special Corset Sale Including Values worth up to This lot contains some of the very best mod: 1 ela fit and values we have, ever had; to 1 show, and la made up of almost our entire stock up to Ji 00 with the idea of quick clear- httfelhimbhrs; Linens, etc, In a great vjflety anoe UU 24 sack Seal of Quality Flour and 1 Ib. H. B. Baking Complete........ 3 cans Tomato Catsup for PHONE 313 27c Shoe Day Comes on Every Saturday Hurt's Famous Ladies' Pumps Ladies' 3 Strap Style Slippers 9 .Men's Tan Calf I Blucher Boots .....90i% Ready-to-Wear at Saturday Bar' gain Prices Children's Rompers AH colors and sizes.... Ladies' Handsome Summer Dresses Striped Style Underskirts 'Ladles' and ChMd's SunbonnetE at...... 15c 50c Brussels Suit Cases ....81.75 Bicycles Electric Irons.....83.45 Mr. and Mrs. Williams, 1231 Fourth Ave., have left on a trip Vancouver. The Women's Missionary society of Westminster church met last evening, when Mrs. J. gave a very fine account of the: summer school. The meeting was a profitable and interest- ing one. The Women's Missionary society of Wesley church met oh. the parsonage lawn yesterday afternoon, with twen- ty-two members present. The topic, The wending of 'Hon. Dr: S. "The Unity of the Kingdom ".was Bclfnd' -by. also Mart-ami airlnsplring talk recent ilium was at the summer school. 'A. solo Cliatcau ilu Starrenhpfjithe .residencejot Calgary pleasing, as were of the briilc, jby. also i.two- instrumental numbers by lit Rev 0 E. of Miss Cobnledick.-' litter dainty re- He iaa, Saskatchewan, the witness for the bridegroom being Hon. Phii- j li :e Roy, Canadian general bommis- I sioher in Paris.. 'I'heHon. Coutts ilajorihanks, bro- of Lady Aberdeen, gave away his stspdaughter, Hiss Lillian Nichol, freshments were served. The children of St., Mary's schdbl'had a; most enjoyable picnic at the Fair grounds yesterday afternoon. After a. short service in the church, a special car conveyed them to the grounds, where they indulged in dif- COALDALE NEWS The hot wave is sUll with' us, though irrigated crops are o.k., whore the water has been used properly. The second crop of alfalfa is ..being cut, and it sure is a peach. Many of the dry-farming boys "will hit the trail .for North Dakota, Sas- katchewan and other points for har- vest and threshing. Canada thistles are fast covering the irrigation ditch banks, and the C. P. R. is doing very little to stop the pest. it now seems certain that a Mas- onic lodge hall will be built" in Coal- dale. No late reports have reached the Hinge regarding the hog drowning ase southeast of town; but we under- stand that no arrests have yet been made. d u.ltter of the late Commander games. As the afternoon was pfcc K.N., on the occasion ofjso were left over until CHOICE MEATS For Particular People Spring Chicken, Veal, Lamb. Pork Mutton, Beef, Cooked Meats It its on the market we have it THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET 1 "the highest inqudttu butnotln price" R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE marriage, which took place re- centlv' at. Vernon, B. C., to Mr. Rob- ert Van; Altai Auger, of Balcome, Summeriand. Another educational "lion" in Lon- don is Dr. Peterson of McOill uni- versity, Montreal, who with Mrs. arrived this week. Thcy will spend their holidays at a charm- ing country place they have -taken for the season.- Sir Ralph and Lady Paget, ot Lon- drn, accompanied by Hon. Richard Chich-ster, Mon. Gerrld Chichester, Mr. Rciinald Paget and Mr. D'Arcy ycn Bo'kkcln, arrived in New YOrk the latter part of last week, leaving for Lcs "Antolcs, California, for a short visit. The party will sail for home on August 15. Mrs. M. S. Tracy and family, of Medicine. Hat, arc spending a few days with friends and relatives in the city. 1 Mir. and Mrs. Irwin, c.f London, Ont., nrriicd this morning to visit Mrs.' J. B. Murray, Sixth Are. N7ora' Nililock, of Medicine Hat, who was a guest with Mrs. C. F. P. Conylcare, Rivervicw, has re- hurried home. Her uncle, Mr. J. Nih- Ir.ck; one of Calgary's best known old timers, passed away yesterday morning at Victoria, after a linger- ing illness. Rev. A. G. and Mrs.- Cameron, who are, visiting in Calgary, will return home tomorrow. Miss Marlon llarrsMs spending her summer vacation at Oamrose, and Master Jack Jlarrs Is holidaying at Warner. .Br; P. M. Campbell is holidaying with the Alpine club at Field, and will later Join Mrs. Campbell and Jean at Victoria. MlM K. McNab left this morning to join the Alpine club near. Field. Clubs and Societies St. Mary's branch of Brother- hood ot St. Andrew will hold a special meeting this' evening in the vestry. All men ot toe pariah aro cordially in- vited. the evening, when the following ev- ents took place: Class and thread race: S. Bmmerson 1, P. Sumner 2, M. Kirk 3. Class race: W. Harrison 1, W. Payne 2, C. Pankhurst 3. Class race: N. Pox 1, H. Swingler 2, T. Arnold 3. Class race: M. Stevenson 1, H. Stevenson 2. Class race: L. Sumner Heaton 2, L. Ward 3. Class race: W. Knowlden 1, H. Taylor 2, B. Binning 3. Class Clayton 1, N. Webb 2, A. Sumner 3. Class Williams 1, B. Lebbs 2. Ladles A. Washbrook proved her running ability to be more lasting than the others. The children did full justice to the tea 'which was' put in readiness for them by the teachers and other ladles of the church. We were most delight- ed to have Mrs. Washbrook' amongst us once more after her recent illness. The return journey was made about 8 o'clock, when a tired, but happy, crowd of youngsters were brought home again, by car. The teachers wish to thank those who so kindly- assisted In preparing tea, and also wish to thank the Exhi- bition Board for the loan of the fair grounds. UP MAN WHO CAUSED 'HAT POLICE INVESTiQATION IN MORE TROUBLE AUDITING BOOKS OF 1 MISSING G.N.RV AGENT Fernie, .B.C., R. Peter- son, gcncfttr Auditor' bf'iBe' 'Great Northern Railway, with headquarters at StV Paul, arrived in 'the city on Thursday, and 'will be here some time as he will make an extensive audit of the company's recordsi lierei before leaving. 'Medicine Hat is boasting oa an auto ambulance in that city. W.; A. .Black, of the Ogilvte Milltog iCo., predicts crop returns in the wwt this year will equal-1913. It Is reported that Attorney-General McReynolds, of the Wilson cabinet, will marry Miss Lucy Burleflon, daughter of the U. 6. Postmaster General. ICED COCOA! TUST try it, ICED. You J cab imagine it will be delicious cooling re- freshing. Cowan's Cocoa is a perfect easily absolutely pure. 10c TINS--X LB.-H I POUND TINS. AT ALL GROCERS COWANS PERFECTION COCOA WHAT EXPLAINS ITS ENORMOUS POPULARITY BLIEBIBBON Meuicmo Hat, July Oiirlic Streclwick, the homesteader nnd former Bartender, who was. the centre of uie imcas which caused the recent police investigation, got .nto ohc'thcr peck of trouble at Walsh last evening. He attacked a negro min-. strel and, throwing him out on the I street, broke his arm In three places and Mod them to beat up the vll- lajo bit got the worst of it. The constable, 'with Scrgt. Ashr, .of the Mounted Police, put him un- der arrest and took him to the bar- racks at Irvine, where he- will be Wed this afternoon. Is always the same perfect tea. Its quality never changes. Users know It is the Best Tea. Ask for it by name thlt Advertlwmtnt 26 ctntt to Ribbon, Winnipeg, for the Blut Ribbon Cook Book. hMV UM In Wtittrn Caindi. Wrllo uit ;