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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Captain De.'t- nam, oi the nevv C. I Empress ol Russia, at iraisuc I Riven ia tis honor aui The requireil amount ol stock lor by the larmers' tlevatur has l.cen sold d among the loul Iirmerb, assuring us1 a It. steamer. a 1'jncbeo'n jester- There a record ol memlii-ri, eirry seat being occupied, atd over a husdied To which Sir TLos.' i replied "Klliott S. Howe, in-1 lOJver.-Maov; iUnU jour kir.d telegram. Tte step' iu sUe and speed trom the first Pai-lOc Empresses tu the i.evv or.es is very great ii.decd, but we hope that the future will jus- tify tie action ol the company in taking it. hope, also, that dur- ing the next twentv-three vears Van- couver, -Victoria and otter Canadian I'adfk coast cities will experience even greater progress than they made, since the Empress o! ludia made her first call at Vancouver read during 1 Caruiangav will this vear celebrate I lcInE t.jrned away. Dominion Day in a novel manner1 These. messages were tLe luncheon. Built Up Bj- C. P. R. Mayor. contrasted the ioriW York, says.v11! "everything that "could bought and spent hundreds ot dollars fur advice ard treatment, but .finally found- rellet ol TIZ." JIZ, 25 cents box, eold all.drug plores, denarlraent general stores or It will bo rejit you jou wish M6hcy back it tlK.-'docsn'l d all-, wo say. Wrlli. today t 'Waller l.uthcr Uodgo fc Co 1 Uhfcago, III, tor free, (rial pack asej ol TIZ and enjoy real too relief. Warner, June and Mrs. D. N McMillan hive returned, lo VVsrn- r after a prolonged holiday lhtough he eaatern Slates. Mr >nd Mrs. Burnside are spending hrir' holidays In the.Bast, Msion Is taking.Mr. Burnslde's place n tho Bank of Commerce as manager. Mr D. Whitney, of the" Warner Record, was nmrrled on Sunday, at J.ucky to Miss Eva r.-.i..An d'.nBhter :of Mr.' and Mrs. on Main street before the council acquainted wjth .the-fact-tiat ivalks were not according to Hoyle. Then the alderraen took another round hackneyed'topic I.e., the grade of the sidewalk between the of Commerce snd tl Pin'cber Creek club. .The walk. a decice'd dlp'a't this jiolnt, and. leave tho' 'dry. .N actlbn'waB tatce'ii, lha to rtter'tb'e matteV Poll oace 'agair.. Chief Gl.Pollce" Klssack was grsnted a fortnight's leave of or- .towards getting ot the Minister ol Municipalities to grant leave to Impose a business tas. Aid. Scott alone opposed The government will also be asked to replank the bridge over the river ICil y der, that he accompany his r'eg- clinp a.l The1 couricil'Mook-JtbAj; initial steps on Bridge, street. Eagclsoii, ot.lhla, place. ceremony was The W. McCracksn, and was'qulel, owing lo 'a recent bereavomgnt'ln the hrtdq's 'E- Murphy la busy- on the rectlon of a handsome neir'resldence or himiel' on the west side of town. A C Walihls ihe; Vh'o C. P. R. 'have. a- gang of men busr erecting a dockyard and .ship- ping corrall for Ihe convenience of shippers this point. hlppera at this point. The tenols baseball dia- mond have been levelled and re-made, and some last looked for by local ciponnents... ADEN NEWS Aden, Alia., June Is a post olllco recently, established .In 1.1 nango 10. This section ot tbe coun- try Is comparatively newly settled by an Industrious class ol larmers, -who have made" very good Improvements tor (he time ol their residence hero Crop conditions ore good, wheat oats and Ilax are a complete mat over tbe ground, and. In many place's from I six to eight Inches tall. 'f Sunday school Is held from 10 to 11 o'clock, and dlvinfe services lr'om( a.m., on1 Sundays at the I-ay- man building. I Mr. L'. Mctcall has In a crop ol Ithty-scpiS of wheat -atid Clarence Metcalfhas In one! hundred cres" ol'wheat, oalo and llsx. N'els Wanlella from Floodwcod, linn., has arrived at this placo with Women's Cambric fey; prospective Friday and Sat- irfday last few days have been warm, and Before the summer ends.we shallhave it still warmer. So we .rhay proverb, Forewarned. is to be forearmed." Cool' Summer Clothing for lady or gentleman may be found here. the. fair sex. we hav'e Exg'iiisite' Lingerie Summer Dresses.pf {'dainty fabrics; Vafid for the, men Cool Summer Underwear. of makes to please the most ex- .acting..- 1. And 'Two-Piece. Suits which are ideal for Summer Wear Men's 'Two-Piece Fine Cambric Drawers, wjth tueked em: trlmmfnr, eyelet patterni, well jrorjh. (i.25. COALPALE Cosldale, Plfibury gave an elaborate tea pady on Mon day Jt was a goodhye-P'ty. as. Mr? Pilsbury will'leave soon lor >n ex tendett visit In England, Mrs. Llslp.n le.lt_on Monday (or hi homo'ln Co'wley-'1 Mrs. Limbald Is on ..the, sick list. Mrs. Jennie Jones expeds ta leai toon lor a visit In Spokane. _, Davidson, beffler, and a r'ound-up ol Ihelr cittlo last SI arday, east ot- CcrJdaW.'l' II. SuggtU was day's Udles' Aid hostess. It la pronablo thafai cbim Jabor law for territories will lie trcs congress........... fi: ils lamlly( and two cara.ol stock and lousehbld goods. Mr.' Wnntelii Is lulldlng a new house on his Alberta "in. John CSoItberg and family are Ihe guests ol ;Mr. and Mrs. U' L. Mefcalf ,bis week; '.'i Mlss'llnzel .Melcalfe gave a very en- lertalning croquet party on Sunday ev- ening, alter which she played a lew lino on tho pjono Miss ifelc'alfe Is'a Jolly enttrulner and a gcod THREE SAI'LORS DROWNED Charlottetbwn, F- B- I, June The schooner Pohr Star which 'left Plcloii, for Charlo'ttetown yesterday morning.'with' one hundred tons coal lor her owner, foundered- off. Point Brim Uit. Ing. "capl." BO, of Souris; Henry Bustiey, Oiarlotletown, age 65, Wornm's Night Carqbrlc Gowns, .lace Irlmmed sleeve and yoke, Medallion centre. l Corset Gofers "bt" pretty EmtroWeiy.J good (fuall'ty- Cambric, worthiTj cents each, New Chiffon Ruffs i Esoulslte Colorings to. FLORAL NOVELTIES Roses Satin Berries Summer Suits Blue Flannel or Serge Suits, hind tailored SullB of dlBlinct style. J1S.OO j< J CIV' Sulla Friday and Saturday..... Also a number of Silk Lustre Suits. Men's Balbriggan Underwear, 95cSuit i Natural sTiade, two thread Efyptiin Tarm [Jnrterwear. ;W Women's House Dresses, plsln colors, Prelfy Olngham Dreises, checks and stripes. Children's Summer Straws, 35c Men's PorousiKnit Pink or Blue Underwear, Fast Colors Neckwear Novelties Just Out of Their Boxes islkan Touche, neat, tilln collar with net Jabots. A variety of shapes. for iscnted to e and Andrew McDonald, Charlottetown ageil 45. tho tbree men on .board, were drowned Children's Split Straws, Meilesn and Salloi GO., Li I- ;