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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta June 13, ___ THE DAILY IIERALB H Stocking and Underwear Sale Of Tremendous Proportions Starts Saturday There's a style to meet every preference, and the values are 150 pairs; will fju on sale tomorrow morning, and it's all Uniliiuu Hosiery, strong, kind Hint makes a friend, tuslomcr. Glance through these items, llicy'H Icll you tlial it's a time to buy sluvkiiijjj for every need, and for a long lime to come. 20c and 25c Stockings 3 pairs for 40c They are all fall seamless black only. Slies from S'i to 10. All wearing parts ara doublo Ihreaili. Uet sour season's supply NOW. Extra Fine Quality Pure Silk Hose 75c To those ffhb like the BEST here ia your cliance. Pure Silk Hose, a fine lustrous silk, very sheer, ihe lops .tre stik lisle ami matJe to withstand all garter fclraiuE. Colors, white, tan, black. Sheer Lisle Thread Hose 3 pairs for finest Sea island Usle, rtch silk flcibh or white. Time heels and toes, three [old garter Will e entire satisfaction. Sample Usle Stockings worth 50c and 75c a pair Now here is a bargain that should appeal to every of nice hosiery. It's ;i stunjtfe lot ofr fitofrlrthssr in tbe rofeulir Vray a pain Von will fled tans, and fancy colors, idth ex- ceptional values la lace lisle In black aud taiis. The sizes are priu- clpally 9 ami with a few pairs ot tays in his course, and plays the rurning with'Eplend6'r oi his precious eye, The msagrc cloddy" earth to glitter- ing golJ. JIfs. HcGafref; of is a risitor in the city, the guest ot Sirs. John1 Oilmdre. party of six- at -the .boating pavilion. A very dainty lunch -was al- ter .which a pleasant time as cn- >yed- boating on -the lake. .Mrs. Wallorr, irhb bas been visiiip-; her.sister.ilrs. Staaler Kirkhim, kit lor her liome in Belleville, Ontario. r.- i .Superintendent, C. H.- West, ot tie u'.N.H'.M.P.i has vacated' the Inspec- tor's residence-at-the barracks; -He, with Mrs. West and family will lejve tomorrow afternoon, for Maple Creek, his new post. -Inspector Grnerau.v is r.ot expected '.to arrive here, until ji- tcr July i. In tlie ifieantime, Super- intendent Wilson t.ike charge ul (he inipcctar's office besides hisonn. JFrs. J. Ferrtsr, of ISO Dili ant, south, who is" a sister to Ire '.ue George .the well '.i.nvn kjllefl jMletdjv In an automobile accident nt t Ilutte, Iclt' lor Medicinj Hat Mr. Maybtrry's niece, Helen -iy- bcrry, who is. staying cm-. roidered'iioen. The ceremony was by Hev. Canon Shrove, ector, and beautiful music was fur- ishea by Jlr. 'J. W. Hoarder, F.U. organist, who played the- bri- al. march from Lohengrin as thfe voiding parly entered the church, and the grand Meadeissohn March at he cooclusibn ot the service. After in'pxtccdcd trip to Montreal, Toron- o and other points they will reside IL.St- John's, where Mr. Cline is employed on the start of. the St. John'.s Xesvs. A pretty but quiet wedding took place -'on 4tlir3l' St churcn.'-Sbcrhrnbke.'Que., when iftss Elizabeth May llohinspn, only daugli- Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Itobinson uas _marriiMi r to Mr. Harold V Cline, eldest.sqn ot Mr. Frank Cline. director City Dand.ol thi! The, bride was lor a number of yeats.'organist ot the Church of the the Adrfnti' and- .is very highly A reputation established last Mght, Thfl Chnir brought Unroll on .themselves M Wcsloy Church, wbcro "gaVo a we) h balanced, thorougbly appreciate ed concert, Considering shoi't lime that tbe choir han been In. exist- nnci-, the Male ot Hi re- llccts great credit on the. conductor, Mr. Robtrts. Owing (o Inc. thoro.was a prolly slim attenrj- nnce, although thoso wbo did attend doubly appreciated the selections. Vho opening selection received yoclferom encore, and every nurabijr on the, programmer n'aa.. equally well enjoyed. The, choir by Mr. tieorit Mltlord, Mtit no In- troiluclloi to A MAieMe, and afler bis work In the training of the. chorus ot Country >lf. Sam who shows' every 'appearance, and whb'delighUd the, audlenfo bit nlgnt with lecllons tfn the violin; Mr. 0. K. Flem- ing, tang Pinsud'6 "Fiejloiilo Socc'-in hfn'-utnal and rcapondeJ lo an encore; Mr. J. T. who IB 4-ell1' Xrjtwn In '_ bridge ihuslcal aild who Sms "Tha Sailor's (n a plmlng who sSng two ule'ces In a very pleasing way] rdte.'lv iJf' CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Crawtord were cew mtfebera re- Board of Trade Will Again Communicate Wild Domin- ion Parks Cdtfiifiissioner At, the the Board oi Trade council 'lasJ'nigBt; a JMlsr froiii the Cardston Board, was read by tnt' A most urgent and important meet- ng ol llic Woman's Civic club will ie held alternooo at three o'clock at tiie Y.M.C.A. Some urgent jusiness H4s arisen and every mem- ber s'hould mate It a point. to' be iresent. A. 'meeting of fte N'ursidg Jlission ___ _. be helfl in th'e. auflitoViuni uf the rouncl! thai-no Y. 11, '.on June 20th at 3.30 !had >et been supplied at the W'ator- the question river crossing, leading to inlarging the work of the mission to j Jakes, but that an effort WAS being include some branches oj settlement io-hate a supplieii In work. All interested'in this Question, as well as' trie members ot the soci- ety, are earnestly urged to attend. Ueporl o! district and relief work or April and May Number bi patlchts alifndtd Cans-professional 13? Calls-Iriendly 423 a reduction in akes raigbt be ma3e. _ _ The improvement noted u tbe lasi week in the condition ol the parka aiid bdulevafds, iras taken as as in- dication oi the parka depart a activjtVi__ ____ _ _' from SOR JH A i TT 9ALT in bourn, fl'i burf ird Ir.t M IM MX, fol 5J Total Flours spent at school Clothing has been received Gordon, H. IX Williamsoni 11. H. Cragg, S. J. Shepherd; Arm- sfrong and u'Hagao. Clothing has been given to, four families. The Nurses' bad 13 calls lor nurses( sis ol which were. supplied. The Ladies' Cotla society 61 St. Paul's Lutheran church met yester- day, and adiourned until Sepiemijer, At yesterday's meeting Mrs. Ciesl read a paper in .Norwegian and Mrs. Grant one in R'nglfsb.- A very pleasant social was held list evening at the home of Mr. Gei- ger under the- auspices ot 'the Luther league of Paul's church: Mediations were given by Miss Arik and Mr. and ins'tru- raental pieces by Carl Grant and Mr. A. Kress. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing games, ar.d a. very time was 3peal by the'1 'forty guests. The C. T.' tj. met at tbi Ijcme ol Mrs. Needs yesterday with louf- teen present, and an enjoyable pro- gram included an' addresS' by Miss Campbell, 6i (be Zenana Mission. -H Was decided te hold s in-' siead ol (lie regular meeting Julf, and (ho "Oablcs" has tery kinitly placed At Hid disposal ol the W. C. T. U. MM. Krtds was ap' pointed to superintend the Travel- ler's Aid work during the absence o! Sirs'. Thomas Taylor, ivho is en a vacation trip to the, The Indies have been granle'd per- mission to visit the profmciaf penl- prison one of .irne for the .slimmer itnd THE HATS DIRECTORV, POPULATION, Medicine, Hit, nopulitlon at Hiilclni Hat ic- cording to ol. the publishers of the new .directory, Is In computing .they (he i'liulllple of cllld'ren'not Now h Your Opportunity (p secure .thai Dainty Piece' of Silverware The Piece ef Gut Glass Yrja KiVe Save Money and buy1 it now while our Gigantic Money-Raising in in swiujf. R. A: Wright ;