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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lilt-: 0 CLARKE Start PU.4S3 Acadii BUek.' Splendid Values in Staples fine Dainty sheer qualities in dainty stripe Jmlrllnc checks; very dainty for waists, dres- ses and babies' worn', Price- Fihfr-. White oven1 weaves; ycry soft and fieo fiom drosslnb full 30 DIB wide LlnsnGIaai in neat blue hair-lino check. IS ins uide good weight pure linen and very easily wished Fine Cream love- Suitable for weir 28 Ins wide The most wanted kinds of every-duy-in-the-yoiir in e r 'chan'd.HO representing 'lowest and unbeatable values and In a wonderfully com- plete'assortment of (lunlitlon and prices, featured In the appended Hit are not mentioned much on account of their cheapneci a> because of their tplendld qua- lities arid .excellent Heavy Apron In neat checks of navy nnd white, extra heavy weight cloth In colors tliat are giuiranLeod. Forty inches wide Heavy Silence an oxti'a heavy weight; tjitcl; enough to protect the best of tables; 52 Ins. wide and unshrinkable Kine Mosquito extra closely woven, strong net; 30 ins. wide; wlilto and Best Prints and 'Prints all the nest English goods; ginghams till of the famous Anderson make} a nice assortment of all col- ors Mrs. A. led this afternoon [or a mouth's visit with friends in Calgary and Hanrt, Mrs. 0. 13. Fleming and Miss Mac- ;od are leaving'tomorrow to spend month in Hand. Blrs. F. 0. Davis, ol New Rock- N. Is the guest of Mrs. 0 Lathrop. Mr. C. H. Daniel is visiting with Irs.. Daniel nnd the children in Call ornia lor a few days. Mrs. .A. B. Dupcn and Mrs. Barnes eft yesterday for tiieir former homes l i ng! md vvhue tilcj will visit for v months. t The Lutheran. Ladies' Aid will n Thursday afternoon at the hpuiq f Mrs. J. Wolsey, Jill Eighth St. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA TUE EXPANSION SALE A POPULAR EVENT The 'eJcteht of reductions surprise even the most critical buyers and stocks are coming down. The special pricing on-all suits, coats, skirts, dresses and undcr- Bfclrtu will continue till the woikmen begin opeiations offering 3011 greatest opportunity of the season to supply all your summer iieeds.for'travelling or the cool resort, at big IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE DECISION Winnipeg, June Robson In: the case "of Wilson vs. Oldfleld Kirby; Gardner, handed down i Impoilant decision today affect ing real-estate, .dealings 'all through the West The plaintiff is an inglish investor holils certain valuable iimperts In this citj the defendants cabjed him stating that a capitalist had made an offer for this property and .lie cabled fh is s- Subse- qiientlr the plaintiff visited Winnipeg nnd found the properly had been trans- fen ed to a law student and bj him tunsfeiied to an investment company In'which one of the plaintiffs was In- terested. Judge ll'obson ordered that the, defendants receive hack from the Illamtlff the purchase price of It 096 foi the lot and restore title to him and make account to him of all tents, etc., received since the 'sale and pay costs of the action KINO 6 AFTERNOON PARTY WAS BEAUTIFUL AFFAIB ected on the lawns, and bands .werb stationed through the gardens. King George and Queen Mary, with their royal guests, and escorted byi a great officer of state, toured: the grounds in a procession during (he af ternoon, the other guests forming av enues as the royal party approached. REALTY MILLIONAIBES Grounds, at Buckingham Palice Look Prettiest for ihe Oc- i casloh London Juno Mng s af ternoon party as tile Coronation gar den party at Buckingham Palace to- day was officially called was the, largest affair of the kind held iu the spacious grounds of then Ma jetties London residence No lesa than 500, guests .had 'been summoned, unit'as all the women nere in thd rtninliest of summer costumes the Kaidens flfti acres in extent pies cnted a cnsiminj, picture A brljht ijun cored the festlvit; and the gieat ?roT3s of multi colored flower beds i large lake in the centre looked their best Brlghtlv nalntid fcarges manned bj the Kings ho it nen In scarlet liverj lent a touch at Earlier days to the scene Tempoiarv structures had er- Four Winnipeg Men Each Owp More .Thin i Million Dollars' Worth of Realty .That there :iire t'our-citlzens of Win- nipeg whose holdings of real estate in that, city aggregate more than a million dollars each is shown by In- ormatjon..secured by the Winnipeg Telegram from the city, assessmen department. The .figures at vvhic hese properties" are -valued, are thos, given on the therefore'very conservative.. Were all the propertie assessed at the full market value here is no doubt that the number o Vinnlpeg real estate millionaire's would groi'lv augneftUJ Tuc ifteen heaviest holders Winnipeg eal estate .are as follows Name Amoiin A R McMchol 11663200 C. H Bnderton A M Fraser J. A. Jr. Aikins D. S. Currv 9S6.S-IO J. P. MeArthur 93S.10C Mark Fortune and associates Wi 220 J. H. Ashdown 781 440 R. J. McKenzIe A. .M. Nanlon 40C.5SO W F Alloway and H T Champion Terry Robinson I. A. Machray D..E. Sprague S8S.740 II. M. Thompson Mrs. K. V. Doolcv Icll on the Fly- yesterday inforning to spend .th iir.mer vvil.h licr parents at- Saul tc Marie, Out. The marriage of Mr. Norman I Peat and Miss Annie Stafford take place in Knox church this evening i nine o'clock, Mrs. Walter .Ionian charmingly en Ic-rtaincd a number of the young .1 Irons yesterday afternoon in hoiior-o her g'ucst, Mrs. Pierce, o( St. Thoir. is. Ont. Cowan't i to the right ipot It is i grttt food for husky joung letek the appetite ewjr to dlgeat: and dehdout Nnorn iCIWU'S CNOiT MEWS Three cars of Uie Chicago and Mil- waukee Interiirhan line loaded with nembeis of the German singing so cieties of Chicago, returning from the Vprth American Saengerdtirnd conven ion at Milwaukee crashed into rear ofj ft train near and wenty persons were injured. Rev. Mr. Barker, of the Lone Sta Mission, addressed the Wcstininste Epworth League last evening on th timciy subject ol' "Citizenship." jood number Were out to hear hi: practical address, Miss Mary Cunningham has return cd from .Calgary, where she has been attending to'.spend the vaca ,ion with licr parents, Mr. and Mrs A. Cunningham. The drawing room missionary .mini- ng held at the.home bl .Mis. K. N Iiginbolham vcstr-rdiv afternoon vi s veil attended by the latlicSrfroin the lilTcrcnt church congregations, nf ihe ilv Miss Cimiihell Icllthtcil n 1 in .crested tiic ladies with her t Ik bout the work being done .at ibe i Mission in When Miss .Stanford, of the same in the city some months ago, vhc ladies of Lethhridgc financial support of a part of the work. Their interest shown then has been much increased by Miss hcil's visit. The Palish of SI Cj prian's church will meet at the home of Mrs D A Simpson 1237 Argjlc on Friday: afternoon at three o clock 1 vcrv n cmbci is urgcnijv requested to'attend, as this will l.c business meeting of the season. Miss Campbell, .-of -.the Zcnani .Mission .of India, who ;tas so cntertaininglv spok in ip several gatherings of he citv will he present and the prc iiduit ivtends a heartv invitation to ill hdics inteiestcd in to he present at flic, meeting. work of thcst two lodges, ami wish them .ill kinds of success m thciL novv An Impiomplii pi cy ammo vvas participated in Kolh Elton and others. Uoijl thiitv wore picscnt to ciijov tilt hospitalitv of the host and host ct and their ihiightcrs O'llarn; Mailoc. an engagement of his ond 'daughter, Arkn Myrtle, to Mr A. the wedding to l-ik'e place vcij limed) in O'l-lariv. is a'sister, of Mrs. w. P. J Alcvandcr, of who will at- tend 'the .wedding. The home ol Mr and Mrs A I Varrcn was the scene of a farewell amiiiet given them last evening bj bur mends 01 tin. Sons of Englan ml the Duighters mil ol Bug when thev were given a heait end-oft to their new home: on th o-ist D II 1 Iton jctcil as toast laster, and several speeches w'cr ndr praising Mr and Mrs Warren or their indefatigable energy .in th Licutenant-Govcrnor Ilulvca ami Mrs. Uulycn are leaving for I'rincc Kupcrt. On the return trip Mrs. Bui yea ..wMl stop short time at Vancouver-: OIL-..account of her health- Licutcnant Governor Uuljea will re tlltn to Lllmonton diicct from Prince Rupert M V? Although WOdLiiu JMUS mcle ixnt a good Dumber of the mil friends of e the 1 irst Haptisl church ere present lusl u uimg when the A .I'ami tuitl foimtl j welcomed cfturch ind c tv u the congregition ind inmisUcs rf other churches "fti. Kirkfjj or ltd ind hriefl} opened the function On H-hilf of tjic chijrclies of the city Rev r I postoi minister ot Knox-cliurch, 'ihTfclicitoiis Iiecdius new: minister wel- oine to thoir in this citv. -In is reply Mr." outlined the rc- Ltion.s he would he pleased to have, xisfc. hetween his congregation' and also "those with the oth- r pTslors of the citj lie spoke al of sonic of the wurk .t the church should do. During owning readings were given by iss Jones intl solos hj Mibs TTlior nil Mr II irns ill of uhich wciu uch Tho evening closed with the iemng of ICL Cicam ind The tliuich WT? nicch decorit- ed fioueis for ihe occasion and altogether a pleasant evening AND DIITrflCT and "Mm. homestcadjug In 541, Sun- dayed" Ht.'Burdett retiirniiiK 'home on Monday, flic the tttcam and outfits busy now won't be __ number of outfits have boon started v u ho sajs it can t tin in Jnniei BIgelow drove his car over to Lake Sundiiy aUcrnoon and returned In the evening. F.-Dowe, J, Chlscm Bert Wilght W Rossej and drove out 16 a daiice about Itwelve Monday oven- ing. All reported a splendid time. Mr. of .Gragey Lake, WDR a Burdett.visllor. for.a.few hours Mon- day, There Is a .great demand IOY- head- ers. The most of the farmers say the grain will be too short to cut with blndem.. This it very had as we understand it Is almost im- possible to get headers this late in the season. A faniilj an h ed last night from Michigan ,uud wjlj open up a restau air. WarHclTarHved' today from the east where he lias been for some time Thei: baseball .to'bo held here the in'd -Burdptt'has.b.een cancelled by se- vere., rainp. Mr fcUwaon the weed man Is hfipt" very these 'days looking afteV'-thO'-welfare of the coun- Hurdett goes to Bow [gland the 1st. It is hoped, that, they better Jutk than hid at Whitla Gco White is now running the bar her shop and pool room formerly run b> Dail Sickles rr- ROBIN HOOD FLOOR Makes b uniform qualltv-alwavs gives confidence to the housewife IpnV jvent parsonaget on Ihe 5 oj _Cuesdiv, when r.slj daughter of the ftcv los m rti il Adolph' of Co Bavncs H bf xigr ccMnonj'iUs pcrforrtird b5 Inf. lather Pr the hv Jlov Wm ofjroiiiiais, uncle of tlic brnlc H Vince, tot Wnodlmm, 4' t Rcj craft-fief _ is given hv hci r, Doughs The nutron 01 honor was Mrs frink Sonns Man and the hrldesrnilill "vvis Misg Hculah Mitlon of Ihe groom vvis sup porlcd In Ins brother, I rink Adolph niaiiagnr of the Merchants Rank So.uris, Man., Miss Muriel Fyte. cons [ilfcof (he hndi was flower and Ilic ring was borne by 'Master Fell nan Snoll, of Ksscx. The wedding nar-hj ivis plnrd by Miss Vcn Ogden of ind solos were iAin? h) Miss Sinijlj of Si I ho ins Amonj; the guests TVCIC Hrs llcmliifcvviv tllcAlissts Bailie Iiss iind flr, Mcr vvnu ler Mis bl Tnomns nil Mhf Mi idovvs of Iliomas Miss Lnihi mo of Hidgotown SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Hague had the misfortune to sprain his ankle last Saturday morning. a marked tuc- cess, everybody enjoyed the ev- ening. Bowville, .Rosemead. Sweet Valley, Lost Lake, Ixine Star Turin and Iron Springs were all well rcpre scnted'at ihe dance and we hope to see them, all turn out at our next one. .Toe Main-had quite a misfortune last Friday, while riding In. a race. His horse' a badger hole, and turned a complete somersault, .under. He came out he was badly.'bruised .broken In. his handi nit is recovering under .Celebration at Rosemead on July-t. Mr and Mis B G Dunn called on Sunday. Mr. and .Airs. E. Jones called on'.Jbe Vain on Stlndiv Mr. Engen 'made a trip to Frank. Alta last week Bert-Dunn an'd.iuiii S.- Engen call- ed on Rose's-on Sunday. Thos, Lockyer iS'agatn 'on his hornet lead, after spending six weeks doc- toring in Carmangaj He IB still In, a very, poor condition, and not greatly improved. Leon Burns and Sid Thompson at the dance at Connors' Mr ant! Mrs C T and famllj and Louis Hangen, John Green and II. Johnson were bridge callers last Monday, Misses S. and M. Engen and Messrs, Woodcock and rDurin called on B. G. Dunn on Sunday evening Messrs Matthem and Logan went fishing Ust week 'Miss Alma Spencer, of Turin, at- tended rtha dance "at Connors' Bei' Crlnion is oh a two weeks trip to Kipp. Celebration at' Bowville. June 2S Ihe kasimlr school children had a picnic at'Williams' ran'chon' Thurs- day. C. F. Oieeh and'son, Elmert -called on Carl Oseen of Iron Springs on Fri day Miss Carrie .Coin called on Ingram's on Tuesday Mrs. L. K. Jones was a Rosemead visitor oh Saturday: Mr.-lioy and Mr.'Alnsworth road ov- erseer, 'of "Lethbridge, were Sundial callers on.Tuesday. Bennic Hanson had another seat put on; his bicycle.. Wonder why? Guess It's more convenient. Grandpa H inson has been 11) the past week, and is not greatly im- proved. Some of the giiollno outfits vvh ol have been breaking in Ihe Circle V. ill; wero obliged, to fiiiit on of il being too dry Kcllerman nn-de a busineis tup to Lethbridge on Monday. in the shTft of the kerr Lako Mine it C'olbllt when overcome bv gas fiom a powder bhst He will recover James, aged n a vear out from Yorkshire vv m eloctiocuted 11 the Uestinghouse it Hamilton To prevent a fill he grabM a livo G 'V I went to Rn nond on Saturday to look after his cropi. Mr. .and' Afrs. Will Connor vis at .Too Mains on Tuesday and Hose called on 0 inn s on. Wednesday .A- .hcqvy- rain four hours duration ,fell In ;-the-- Bow country on Wednesday evening. It went fully four inches in the sod and has set sveryono .breaking. of Kasimlr school en- ElnecrcjKnnd successfully carried out n. Coronation picnic on the 22nd; un- der the loadershfp.of Miss Alice WIN liims Tho children conducled ihem [selves hravelj Mr and Mrs Wll Ilnms were host and hosless and show cd gieat Ihoiightfiilncsfl in their pro parallons The (lav included bith Ing hv the nig bovs ind games and a programme bv the smallcd ones 1 ho rain of the mrvlous night put liuiuor Choose Fran te I 1- A v Pretty Wash Fabrics ;j Formerly sold at I5c to 20c on THURSDAY and FRIDAY your choice He Hundreds'of yards of Muslins and Ginghams selected from oui beat selling lines at lie to 20c, to be placed on sale for Thuisdny and Fridai only at lie Among J.hom are fast coloi English Zephyrs, Ging- hams In shadow stripes, such wanted colors as nivy, ies- edit, brown, rose, manve and Cord Muslins- and Cotton Voiles In pretty floral effect and combination stripe and floral designs In a complete range ol this sea- son's newest and most charming color schemes. A selec- tion from which Critical buyers can select Kith ease All Reduced for Thursday and Friday to Men's and Boys' Lacrosse Bab. Of Maltese Crosi qualltj poiglble to procure and wo hove them Incomplete range of from 7 In'cliildren's tc the largest men's slie Former Prices to Special bargain; T Straw Sailors'for Men and, Boys, 2 dozen only, 'Man's, and Boys' Straw Hats. Former pi ices 40c to 60c each. On Sale Thursday, .at- ,1 25c Ladies' Lingerie Blouses That Formerly Sold up to IH3.00. Special at" 98c and 31.35 {f Ladies' Linen; Duck and Repp -Skirls Our complete stock of Ladies' White Wash Skirts in Linens, and Repps. Every size and oierj n anted among them. Regular prices up to 1-1.00. All Reduced (o SI.75 SPECIAL S'ALE ARE NOT This will be i-losed every Wednesday during; ahd August at 1 o'clock. Hudson's Bay Stores ;