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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 THE BRIDGE OF YEARS (rrauk 51. Bicknell, In Smart Set) tflien I was six and she was four, tlie midge! We used to play about tbe old red bridge, And often dig in saad for halt the day; 'Twas then we "made it spades" as one might say. We quarrelled fiercely once, as I re- call; She said not polite at all; SUe said it thrice to make her mean- ing clear, We came to blows, we "made it clubs' I fear. Long afterwards we played at bridge lost. Lost all, yet played on, reckless of the cost; Then asked her, with the courage of despair "A diamond may I make She said a word; she said it very And only once; it didn't sound like "No." I happiest of men have always "made it hearts' since then." o wake it tender. Be Careful to get it too stiff and handle as little is possible. Cut into rounds, put in Iloured bake in a quick oven. The wedding of Miss Annie J. 0. Stori'ar, third daughter of Mrs. Mel- drum Christie Storrar of East Ham London, Eng., and J. T. Jesse Val- ance, A.H.S.I.j second son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vallance, of Tarn worth, England, was celebrated at Knos church this morning by the Hev. A. M. Gordon. The bride wore a charm-j ng gown of white silk with inserts' of lace and picture hat becoming- ly adorned with a beautiful pale pink plume and tiuy pink roses. The brid- al bouquet was a shower of Killarney roses. The groom was assisted by Mr. Harry Collier, and the matrow of hon- or was Mrs. Collier. Mr. Dawson presided at tlio organ and played Lohengrin's wedding march for the processional, during the ceremony Cavalier Rusticana, for the recessional Mendelssohn's .wed- ding march. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Vallance left for Banff, where the honeymoon will be spent' A num- ber of friends were at the station to oifer good wishes intermingled with showers of rice. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss Audrey Neale will be the host- ess at a kitchen, ware shower compli- mentary .to Miss Dixie Wilson and Mr. Seatle this evening. Miss Dixie Wilson was again the elite guest at a delightful little func- tion planned and given by Mrs. J.R. Anderson Monday afternoon. The guests were the dozen members of the sewing club, and' a jolly afternoon FARMERS LOSE VALUABLE STOCK Prairie Fire Does Dan IT age in Vicinity of Med- icine Hat Medicine Hat, June fires appeared, to be running wild on all sides on Medicine Hat during Wednes- day's high Avind. The most disas- trous one was that which ran across the farms of Cully Brothers, burning George's barn and William's Granary. In ths barn were a number of horses, and although several were rescued five .was spent Before departing the girls presented Miss Wilson with, an at- tractive darning basket filled with a doz covers Table Cloths Irishjiinen, 60x70, neat dot patterns. Only 60 cloths to clear at this rery, low price I Table Napkins dinne to match above-cloths, dinner size in dozen lots only. Sale price per dozen Three Sensational Shoe Offerings No more than two pairs to a customer. No goods ex- changed. LADIES' OXFORDS, ANR STRAP SLIPPERS IN DONGOLA AND PA- TENT LEATHERS. NOT EVERY SIZE IN EVERY KIND, BUT A VA- RIETY TO SUIT EVERY FOOT AND PURSE. AND J2.50 KINDS ONE PRiOE..........-----. LACE AND BUTTONED KID SHOES IN A DOZEN DIFFER- ENT STYLES. -VALUES UP.TO 13.50. SIZES 3 TO 6 ONLY MENS' LACE BOOTS IN BLACK AND TAN DONGOLA KID. .NOT EVERY: SIZE IN THE LOT. Regular "EMPRESS" SHOES FOR WOMEN DERBY SHOES FOR MEN Whitewear Bargains samples. Some are slightly soiled but worth the prices Night Gowns Made from good quality long cloth, emhroidery and lace trimmed. Many of these garments are worth a half morel While they last are one price Corset Covers IN, .MEDIUM SIZES ONLY. FINE CAMBRIC MATERIAL, EMBRuID- ERY Tri'mmed. 50c and 60c kind Drawers IN HALF A DOZEN DIFFERENT KINDS. YOU'LL SAY THEY ARE GOOD VALUES EVEN AT SALE PRICE Whitewear is one of our strong selling features. There's a rea- Cashniere ..Hosiery LADIES' ALL- WOuL CASHMERE HOSIERY IN 13LACK ONLY. SAM PLES OF THE BEST PLAIN AND RIBBED HOSE ON THE MAR- KET. WORTH 40e to 50c Alarm Clocks You'll have to HURRY for these as the quanti- ty is'limited..''Full nick- led clock, sound- ing alarm. Regular VALUE v Cotton Three Floors Full of Furniture Three words sum up the furniture question here: Quality. Values aiul.Va- riety Two spacious floors, well lighted, unequalled for carload for the price reasonableness. Towels'- llonej'-coml) towels 15x 32, fringed ends, color- ed borders, 2 pairs for White of Ladies' One-Piece Dresses and Sum- mer Lovely Mull Princess Dresses Customers have told us they're the swellest dresses they ever looked at. We think so too, and we've priced them reasonable. Materials are Swiss mulls and American repps. Colors sky, white, lav- ender, pink, and bisque. Smart Tailored Wash Suits At aud Made from the best ouality American .Repps, some neatly trimmed with Irish lace and medalleons, others in the plain'tailored style, colors pint, sky. lavender, white. LOOK THIS __jyrpiv__; LIST OVER Balbriggaii Underwear A regularV60c quality............ Linen Collars A special lot, different styles and sizes 50c 5c Neekties Pure silk, and colorings reg. 50c O C Tan Cotton Sox A special 3ine worth 2ijc and, 30c........ Many new lines at and CO I >OU Leather Belts In tan and gray Suede leather. Special Tweed Caps Light Weights. Special at THE LARGEST STOCK OF WENS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS fNLETHBRIDGE Quilts Large bed size in white .Marseilles, good quality spreads worth 52.50, H dozen to clear Cnim's Prints The best prints in the world, absolutely fast colors. Special price in S yard iots Parasols and Sunshades For the girls. You can get them at 90c TDC. 50c, and oQw GIRLS' WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES, SIZES 10, .12, and 14 YEARS. NEAT- LY TRIMMED, .WITH'. LACES. Reg. .53.06.. 'fcrt- fiK__L--Reg.' CHILDRENS' GINGHAM WAS H DRESSES IN GREAT VARIETY. MANY NEW LINES READY FOR SATURDAY'S BUSINESS E. J. HIL Ladies' parasols in silk and linen. down Men 'sand Boys' Suits Good serviceable Tweed Suits INFANTS' WEAR ALSO IN STOCK English Worsted Suits. Special JUMPERS AND ROMPERS IN FAST COLOR WASH MATERIALS. DARK COLORS OXLY. SIZES 2 TO 6 YRS. Neat Pattern Worsted Suits Boys' fancy Tweed Suits CO. MAGRATH TALKS TO LABOR COUNCIL Has Supported Labor Legis lation Before Dominion Parliament At the close of the Trades and La- bor Council meeting last night C. A. Magralh, M.P., who was present by invilation, introduced by the pre- sident, and addressed the delegates and other union men. He reviewed the labor legislation that had been enacted during the last session of parliament and gave his position ami reasons for voting in favor of certain legislation. To the best oi his abil- ities he declared he had always stud- ied the labor interests in recording his vote in the House. Judging from the remarks of .the president he felt that he had received considerable sup- port from the labor men in his elec- tion, and he declared that if he .re- ceived the same treatment from the Conservatives and Liberals in his own constituency that he received from the labor men, nothing would please him better to remain in poli- tics. However, since he had been connected with politics, he said that he was more than ever convinced that it was to the workers' interest to have men elected from their own ranks, and If they decided to run 6a man in opposition to himseH and their nominee was the successful one he would otie ot the first to oon- thc gratulate the labor party and candidate on. his success. A motion was passed thanWng Mr. Magrath for his actions in the house of parliament, and remarking that the Trades Council congratulated Mr. Magrath on being above the average of party politicians in that after his election he realized that his first duty was towardr. his constituents irre- spective ot their party affiliations. Alderman Sage was present at the meeting and answered some of the criticisms that were oftereo: against the city council's methods of award- ing contracts.- Leopold's principality today, ieopold escaped uninjured. The archists were arrested. an- AUCTION SALE AT J. C. Graves' Sale Barns, Gait St. ON Tuesday, .Time 7th. ANARCHIST ATTACKS PRINCE Berlin, June Julius ol! was stoned and seriously In- jured hy a. group oi Italian anarchists while driving with his brother, F-iince Leopold, near Detmond, capital or AT 2 O'CLOCK A NUMBER OF Horses, Wagons. Harness, Etc. TERWIS-_CASH. 10 per cent. must be deposited with clerk when hammer falls. J A. SIlTfl, toetittm The Duke of Connaught is appoint- ed, personal military aide dc camp to the King. JUNE WEDDINGS We can furnish just what you want in WEDDING Made up in the latest and most artistic style. Call and get our prices. The Tcrrill Floral Co., Cor. Ashmead Phone 577 ;