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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, .Time TITE LETIIBRIDGE HERALD STEP CORN FLAKES Twenty gener- ous platcfulsfor ten cents! You'd 'pay more, once you taste these sweethearts of the corn. 14 MILADI Offlc. EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: 1Z24 ftiildtnei 1111 Page ft HE FRIGHTENED DAVE KING'S NAG Inspector Howard at the Police Bar- racks '.today found James IBoulton, n driver ,fqr the Auto Livery, guilty of driving past, at the greater rate of speed than allowed By and fined him thvee dollarj and costs "which defendant paid. The com- plaint was made' at the 'instance of David'King, whose horse .was badly frightened on the Coaldale 'road Q'a (ith .Tune last buj an auto'.duven by j A, HOSE, A SONG, A IlKAHT I come to Uiee with u rose, Whose perlnmtv Jills the air And all its fragrance means to hio A prayer. I come to thce with a song Of a hope, that, is pure, high, Then .crushed with: doubtful fears, I b rent lie A -sigh. to tlico That is full of love sincere, Ah will thine answer bring to jn'e Joy or .a tear Rogers Collins. t m Hostesses tomorrow. Mrs. K A. >Sharmon, in the evening. f Not receiving tomorrow: Mrs. E. A. Ewert. .Mrs. T. S. Fetterly. Mrs. T. S. Fettorly left this after- noon on a three weeks' visit to Cal- sary. 'Mies May Gray haa as her house for a few duys, Misi Eva Wright, of Monarch. Dr. and' Mrs. Snipes will occupy Jr. and Mrs. "J. WV Bawden'u home or bhe summer months. Lieutenant Hoso of tlio 2fith Dattoi C. F. A.( which at preuoiit In t annual training camp, Calgary, rotui oil 'today to act as ushor at the Cu: mhig-iMoLachlan nuptials ililu. even I: and will leave itgstln for Calgary I night. Mrs.1 A. C. D. Blauctmrd was a t hour hostess yeaterday when Ji mother, jMrs.' 'of'' 'i celvod with her. .Tea .was. poured b Miss ftjiBt, of Toronto, while the de assistants' were Miss '.Tewburu Miss Koale. The department examination ft gradou VIII., IX. and X. commenc next Monday and those for grudt XI. and XII. on Wednesday. Mr. E. Hodgson will preside at Taber, M K, P. Stewart at Cards-ton, Mr. O. Urundow at Curmaugay and Mr. R. 1 Raymond. Some thirty members of Knox e Formed a jolly picnic party to the rive bottom last evening. A delicious pi nic supper was done ample justice t name which read Edward oss, Lethbridge, s-hould have read dward Ross Lethbridge, of Leth- r'dge. Notwithstanding the warm weather yesterday afternoon, goodly number called on Mrs. L. G DeVober and Mlta DeVeber, who we; receiving for the last time until aut umn. Mrs. DeVeber was becomlaglj gowned In a handsome black costume while Miss DeVeber was prettily at tired In a little French organdie sown daintiest of pre-nuptlal teas claimed :Miss Irene McLachlan as host ess at iihe Brown Be'tty yesterday after noon, when she entertained her brides mafd and girls of the bridal chorus The tea was' purely white in decora tfon.and menu, bridal wreath being the appropriate flower used. The place novelties were the groom's favors to the attendants. The honor of pouring tea was sharei by Miss McLaohlan and Miss Gum- ming, sisters of the bride and groom respectively.. .Included .in ther.brldal pnrtv -ucrc Miss McLachlan, Ethel Gumming, (Calgary.) Miss Helen Philps, Jtfifiq Sadie Mc- Gregor "-Mtes 'Mildred Skead (Calgary) Miss Lombard, (Mln- Miss Helen Galvm, Miss Gladys- Downer t VMIas Bessie'-Ha; and MIss'jiary Clubs'and Societies The flower guild Gait hospital as usual fit 3.30 tomorrow fternoon. At the congregational meeting of St. Andrew's church last evening, the time for the election, of managers was extended-six months. In three weeks meeting will be.held with the in- terim moderator, at which time a call will be extended to n suc- ceed .Rev, W. -W. 'Bryden, M. A., re signed. The Ladies Aid society of the First Baptist church held a successful bus- iness meeting yesterday afternoon Tea was served at six o'clock whe the hostesses Mis Dojle an Mrs. Moodie, a neat sum being, rea ized. The ladies decided to 'hold lawn social on the church ground Thursday evening, June 27th. Mainly About Bargains A Real Bargain is Something You Badly Want for Im- mediate Use Purchased at a Great Saving. We place our stock on the buyer's counter while it is still in season. That is the reason our Friday and Saturday Sales have attained such an enviable reputation with the discriminating buyer. Regular Prices at The Bay Are Bargains Friday and Saturday Values Stand Alone and Unequalled Dainty White Blouses will go at 85c .Friday Satur- day of this week will' see. the -best selec- tion of white wash- ing blouses on the bargain counter that .we.have ever offer- ed. White drill with Peter Pan collars, fancy embroidered blouses, lin In numerous all' sizes, 34 to 40 and for Friday and Saturday all one price. A SELECTION NEV- ER BEFORE EQUALLED All Blouses one price 85c BUY YOUR STAPLES WHILE THESE PRICES LAST Special Offer in Sheeting Pvill 72 in. wide, of exceptiohally even weave. Eegulnr 35c for.........29C Pillow Case Bargains 42 and 44; very special for.......25C A Snap in Turkish Towels White or natural color, reg. 35 cents, psr I. i i WHITE SKIRTS 95c. The price will aiao obtain with this special offer In Ladles' TVhHe_Bkuts, made irom a cambric ,or Victoria lawn and friramed either with a dainty lace or iich Swiss em- broidery; were excellent value at Take a look at them in the window and see how you would 9o cents, but you cannot buy them! till BVIday morn All One Price on Friday 95c. Another line of Embroidered Underskirts double frills aid deep underflouncing that formerly sold well at i f3 00, will be offered at HAD COWARDLY CONSCIENCE 1 (Special Grassy Lake, June saying :cmacience makes cowards of as'proved In the.arrest of one B Ilkie, which occurred yesterlay nt Ichel. B.C., on the charge of break- g Into and utealing goods from the ore of Paul Ludtke, at Bow' Island, aiimt, ui brought about in.a most peculiar manner. On the ,13th last the prisoner ar- rived at Grany Lake and put up at the'hotel there. luring with him a quantity of oaggage.: About this time the Mounted Police in the neigh- borhood looking for-suspects in con- nection with the Stirling poet office robbery and tunptcipn eventually land- ed on Wilkie, although had nothing to-do Tvilh it. when he arrived Grassy Lake, Wllkle evidently, scented troublfi for on Sunday morning laai he suddenly disappeared leaving be hiTid him all his baggage The "police got busy and examined the missing man's belongings when they ed a quantity of new clothing etc., bearing the'name of Ludtke, Bow Island were later ideutl tied by Air Ludtke, uho stated that his store had been broken into ana goods stolen. The mounted police finally set out after their mai and yesterday Corporal Coleridge nab- bed him at Michel, B.C. from "Which place .lie .will leave Tor Grassy, Lake, where he will piobabl> receive a pro- "imlnary hearing. New Ilnls every week; Special this All Trimmed 8ty- Hats at to 1 ntrimmptl hats at cents each C. A. Cooksley RUSHING KIPP SUFFIELD LINE Work on the C. P. R. Klpp-Suffield line la being ruined more than re- ports of floino If mo back would lead one to believe. Three grading out- fits are working at the present time: a big one at Suffield on the east, andou may have them for Ladies' mere Hose 20c The cashmeres are a fine looking lot and there is every size in them from 8 1-2 to 10. These were regular 30c and 3oc, but on Fri- day they will ho offered at, 20c. Per Pair Roller Towelling has Price Cut A real good loo line, cut to......J Honey Comb Bed Spreads Regular .35, Friday and Salurdn.y only Good Line Dish Cloths A good lino of Dish cloths, 6 for 25C Shady Straw Hats dt 25c. Regular 35c, 45e here, but Friday- sees them all on'one'level. White. Silk Gloves 35c. But not only black, tan, cream and grej are amongst them They are two button style and the price was 50 per pair Wash Belts Going Niceh embroidered and neat pearl Regular 86 cent values. Men's Knit Neckties at25c. These were regular values from 60c to 00, eo there will be something doing at the Bay on Friday morning Men's Silk Ties Also 25c. About 13 dozen of these and anyone of them would be good buying at: 50 cents. Boys' Black Sateen Shirts 60c. Jiiot the thing for knockabout wear, they are of an ex- ceptionally good quality sateen and sell well it 75 centi; Friday and Saturday special ...........................80c. Friday Grocery Pricings 30c 20c 20c 75c 15c HARRIS' WILTSHIRE per pound......... 2 pound tin of per.tin 2 pound Uni, per tin t. 7 pound tint Per.tin Packeti of Soap, 6 ban per packet....... Hudson's Bay Company ARDSTON COMING STRONG This brand, known cs: "Slitter flau that Wean" is made in tlie heaviest grade of .plate. There are many designs from j which to choose.I Although the C. ,K. R. is not as. yet directly Interested in Southern bertn, 'they have shown that they have the welfare of Lethbridge and the whole south country at heart, for tcday, at a meeting of tho Board of Control of the Dry-Farming Congress, whiuli presideu by r W. Downer, a coniiiiunicaUon.'tAvaa :read from the company, stating-1 hat; they hitd to help Lothbrldgo make tho Congress a1 success, Thp Con- giess Is gaining more and more pub Ilcftj in all parts of the continent and the grent railwa.v corporations re that they an opportunity lately granted to help In a good cause nnd do something .to make themselves more prosperous by encouraging far- iviingrnud Sfflttlng the right stamp of farmer in the countij. The CNR. donation was very gladly 'received, and the company will be asked to niakoMin participate in session' In other ways. Hurrah for Carditon Cardston will have'' a few things to say about where file trophies grant- ed at the Congress exposition arc to go. The farmers In'the Cardston dis- trict have for the district at ofhcr Congress expositions, and are going to go stronger than ever this fall. To this cod a ber of farmers about Cardston have nftlpetf f) t wo e each on which each of Hi em is growing some- thing for the distiict exhibit, eterj one growing something different. CardHlbn will make music at the Congress, too. Mr. Newton, of the Cradston Agricultural Society and Hoard of Trade 'informed dm! Beard .of control that he will bring to Lethbridge a choir of one hundred voices to sing at the sessions of tha Congress, and give a public enter? talnment each day, Ths kind the Cardston people has been they will be furnished' transportation and other incidental! in rc6nnectlon with thsir trip. matters rcrtalsing to pas jsenger rates were, taken up, hut.Lrio ftirthei action taken N A givind deinonsi'ratlon, In whtcK fireworks aie to IKJ the chief tion, h rfof day CdttfreM opi, ;