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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta UAI1A HA I PC TIDQT nALLjMKol MADE Board of Trade Council Session--Hurry up Post j Office Board of Trade a busy' session this afternoon, and: got tlifough; with a good deal of j bniioess. Three new members were recommended, lielng, Dr. Mason, R. Gj Addiion and-F.. C. Lillicot of who is largely- interested in real estate in this city, suggeated that the 'board provide films-for, eastern moving pic- ture which he will run them for nothing! The matter will be taken-up at once. Commie- 'Hall "snid'that1 Brandon lad done this with 'considerable success, having films'-made of the .live stock -parade at the fair, harvest scenes, etc. The, 'is not great; ibeing 2n ceuig a. foot for the, first film and cents .a 'foot, for, all after the first. The Great Falls 'Chamber of Coin- saying that they arc ne- gotiating ,wlth...the Great Northern for rates for their trip to thia city and .will have the date definitely settled in time. The Diamond City Board 'asked the local Board to stop there on their trip to 'also to' provide four of tbeir-meuvbers to take the-trip. They will be "notified otthe date the adjourned trip wijl be taken and provision of a car will be made for them. r R. A. taking a consider- able interest in the affairs of the Im- perial Home Reunion Association, a communication from that orgarilza t.ion wiis referred to him to net for the 'board. "Chas. Zueblin 'of "Boston, vltles dully bulloMmj. of. firms think- 6. 1 P. FILES ANOTHER PLAN Shows That it Purpose Crossing River Ovei C P R. Bridge 1 'Unl ttio Gram! Hunk Pacific Com wnj is tp take step? low ml gUling m tntij Intp Hi tilj of I ctlibndge is hj Hit fat that tlicv luivc filed recently two plans showing jthpir proposed rout of moving or that have i boon burnt Hit utv Iht iirsl phn out, uiu! which therofdro might he available Industrial poets'. He had got a list of tho commercial tra- vellers of the city ami1, found there nre iio fewer lhnn.105 work'ing out of the city. He hue tho Canad- ian Courier and Canadian Century re- ;g getting articles 'en 'Lethbridge and Southern Alb'erta published there- In. He has written the-British Press Association 'asking their dele- gation who are to'make a tour of Western Canada, visit Lcthibridge, the city having been oiiilttod in the itinerary published. Town De: velopmont magazine ;of .Chicago 'has; asked him for an article, dealing with filed it (he citj about i week ago tnd showed the Mint of llv Gniiid limfk Pacific fronf Calgaiy af> far south is NlanUm to a pointr su oral miles east.of .Kron thine lo Lothbndfcc UK. plans blank, probably -on- account -of the uncertainty as whether the com- pany will be secure running rights the C P K high bridge. Commencing Lagain on 'the eastern linilt of the city the plans showed that ihev arc contemplating coming in to .their society. Mrs. Warren will, join ,Mr, Warren later. The Parish "Aiixilinry of St. Cy- prian's chinch at the home of Mrs. 0. A. Siinpson, 1237 Argylc on.Kriday afternoon at three o'clock.. Every member is urgently requested to attend, as this will be the last business meeting of the se son. Miss'Campbell of the Zena Mission-of India, who has so ante tainjngly 'spoken gathering of ladies m the cily, will be and ,the president extends a JHK invitation to all larlics interested missions to be present at :he n-ee ing: CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block NEW ARRIVALS IN DRESS ACCESSORIES Hinjery, This Just in time for the holiday Gloves, Veilings Waists, Etc., ihown in splendid variety at alluring prices. store's preeminence as an ideal shopping place for weli-drcssed is best exemplified by Its showing of the little things which, while I themselves, mean much to the effectiveness of a woman's costume. "Always Something New" it our motto >nd it it a working force every In the year, which explains, in a why. we are leaders. FINEST GRADES OF LONG SILK GLOVES SELLING AT A splendid variety to select from, shown In white, champagne sky, rose, black, tan and gray, full 24 ins. long, finished with two domes at wrist, double tipped, re-lnforced fingers which give double the wear of ordinary kinds. A full range of sizes just to hand. SILK BOOT HOSE Lisle tops and soles-and'pure ankles making a very dressy hose .at the price ,of ordinary Jigkos, shown iu black, j iky, pink, alice, etc. FINE FACE VEILINGS Splendid wearing nets, shown in a sood variety of various pret- ty weaves; colors black, brown, navy, plum, white, green and black and white. FINEST CORSET MODELS IN LIGHT SUMMER WEIGHTS (1.50 Corsets of this grade are an absolute necessity for the present :style of dress." These are made of extra light weight percale long hips, medium butt; stecls.all guaranteed not to rust. Expansion Bale offers wonderful iti Ready-to-Wear Garments AND MANY WISE tHOPPEKS AHE PROFITING BY THE GENEROUS SAVINGS Mlllnc at 110.00; MS.OO suits selling at 118.70; 122.50 dresses s.lling, at 115.00- and Jike ndnctlOM throughout the entire ready-to-wear stock; and. In addition to A PURCHASE OF FINE MULL AND COTTON VOILE DRESSES, AT SO values fIS.OO, WE MAKE FREE ANp'OUARANfee THE FIT On Thursday evening last the Ua of tlio Hudson's Ray Co. were cute taincd at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs Rylands. Whist was played at fiv tables, the prizes going to Mif Priestly and Mr. Flulncr, while Mis Kennedy and Miss Fames .'arrie away .the consolation iirizes. the refreshments were-served at Ih card, tables, !V.r. -larvis and Mr. Car contributed "some musical and Mr. Carr on behalf of the ?taff presented Mr. Rylands with a waicl fob -and engraved gold locket. Many, people were present at the Lothbridgc Conservatory of Musi last evening lo attend tiic last re cital of. the season. The exercises were successful in every way an< many compliments .were paid the pu- I piis by their friends present. Those who were successful'in the vocal, pi ano and orchestral department ex- aminations -were given their certifi- cates., A plciisant feature of the ev- ening ivaK tiic presentation to Miss Archer of a beautiful bouquet, the gift of her pupils. Those who par- ticipated in the programme Miss Ivy Hunt, Miss Oalvin, Hiss Macbeth, Miss Addy, Miss Nimmons, Miss Gladys Miss Qiiecnie Ta- bor, Mrs. Morgan, Hisses Minnie and Bessie' Hazcli, Sliss Jean Mackenzie, Miss Kutb Freeman, Miss Reynolds, Miss Davy, Mr. Spencer, Mr. Robert- son, Master Clifford Hunt, Master Ar- thur. Morgan, Mr. Lawrie, Mr. Eng- lish and Mr. Johnston. t Knox church was'the scene of a fashionable wedding at. nine o'clock, last 'evening, when the marriage was solemnized of Annie Laurie, youngest daughter of Mrs. William Stafford, to Mr. Norman Honncr i'cat, fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I'cat, Petrolia, Out. The cerenmny was performed h) the Kev. M. Ciirdoa. The Dol- al decorations wore artistically ca ricd palmfi, fernicand whll carnations. The guest pews wor marked by cluntcrs ot white carna lions. Promptly at-the appointed hour'tli bridal party, entered the sucrcil cd fice to the. strains of Lohengrin's We ding March, played by Mr. Kred Mock little (lower girl ami Hie brides maid preceded tlie bride" to the altai The hrlrie, escorted by her hfothct Mr. William Stafford, was a vision o girlish loveliness In her sliinimcrlii; gown of satin, with sill lace overdress and pearl trimmings The- detachable train was prettil finished with silk tassels. The em hroidered tullo veil, beautifully ar ranged, fell from a coronet of orang< She carried a shower., o while carnations and snap dragon awl wore a pearl sunburst, the gif of tfic groum. Her bridesmaid was her sister, Miss Jcrtrude Stafford, charmingly attir- n1 in a handsome gown of lace nountcd on pink marquisette and gar amled with pink rosebuds. The sasli dg-jd with silk most fif- ective. She wore a large black, ainshorongh hat, with facings of nk satin, and triiuined with three nil blown roses.- The bridegroom's ivor, a pearl pin, was worn, and carnations, with chiffon strcam- rs, were carried. The petite (lower girl was Dorothy -itafford, niece of the bride, who, rocked in white, .with touches of tiic blue and white tulle poke-bonnet domed with forget-me-nots and ansics. carried a basket of pink and hite the handle being ccficd with an immense ribbon bow. he wee attendant was the recipient a pearl-brooch. Mr. Elliot Torrcnce Stafford pcr- irmed the duties oi groomsman, re- living engraved, cuf! links, and the shcrs were Miv Stanley J. Wyatt id Mr. U. R. Dawson. Mendelssohn Wedding Marcli as played as the bridal party, left ic church. A reception was after- ards held at the residence-of the idc's mother, on Westminster Road, ic Drawing rooms ere f rag rant ilh qtuuititics of pink and white rnations and snapdragon. Luxuri- it palms and ferns assisted matcri- ly in tht: scheme ot decoration. The ning room, where a buffet supper IK scrvcdvwas a veritable bower of auty, with smilax, ferns and the niton's blossoms. Huge bouquets, or i rnations fastened with large pink jffon b'o'ws a'dorned the attractively pointed table. Mrs. Stafford, the iuVs mother, was wearing striped, ick voile with exquisite bandings of j tin and applique, sheaf of wheat ce yoke, with.mauve and cream edg and black bonnet with willow caught with a jot buckle: Mr. and Mrs. "Peat left on the mid- ght' express amid showers of con- fetti, for eastern points. They wi be away about a'month, visiting To- ronto and Petrolia. Mrs. Peat look- ed exceedingly well in her going away gown-of coronation blue and chic blank toque, with liiscan crown, adorned with a sheaf of wheat, held in place by a coral buckle. Her whlti crepe dc chenc blouse had an elabor- afcu bebe, Irish lace yoke and was fin- ished with silk braiding. Among, the out of town guests were Mrs. G. G. McDonald and daughter, Marion. New Dayton, and Mr. and Mrs. H. E Kcllcy, Spring Coulee. Conspicuous amonc the magnificent array of gifts was a handsome brass clock, present- ed by ihe teachers and scholars of Knox Sunday school. CUNARD LINE YIELDS Liverpool; June Cunard Steamship Company this afternoon agreed to re- cognize all Seamens' Unions including Dockers' organiza- tion. The strikers are return- ing tp'work. Choose From These Pretty Wash Fabrics Formerly sold at 15c to 20c on THURSDAY and FRIDAY your choice He Hundreds of yards of Muslins and Ginghams selected from our host selling lines at I5c to 20c, to be placed on sale for Thursday and Friday only at'lie. Among them are .fast color English Zephyrs, Ging- hams In shadow stripes; such colors as navy, res- eda, brown, millve and .Cord Muslins .and Cotton Voiles In pretty floral effect and combination'1 stripe and floral designs in a complete range of son's newest and most charming color schemes.' A'selec- tion from which Uie most critical buyers can select with All Reduced for Thursday and Friday to lie Men's and Boys' Lacrosse Bab. O' Mnltese Cross Bi quality possible to JP I procure and ye have them in complete lange of lizef from 7 in children's to the targest men's size Former Prices fo Special bargain, Straw Sailors for Men and Boys 2 dozen only, Men's' and Boys' Straw Sailor Hats. Former prices 40c :to 50c each. On Sale Thursday, at 25c Ladies9 Lingerie Blouses That Formerly Sold up to Special at Ladies' Linen, Duck and Repp Skirts Our complete stock of Ladies' White Wash Skirts in Linens, Duck, and Repps. Every size and every wanted style among them. Regular prices up to J4.00, All Reduced to SPECIAL SALE GOODS ARE NOT RETURNABLE This store he closed every Wednesday during July and August at 1 o'clock. 's Bay Stores ;