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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta !i 1 HAIL'S FIRST -REPORT l" MADE Board of Trade Council Session-Hurry up Post Office of -the Board of Trade a busy session this afternoon, and; got through; good deal or y business. Three new members were Dr. Mason, R. GJ Addiion 'and.'F. C. Shante. H. J.. Lillicot of Cheslcy, .who is largely, interested In real estate in city, suggested that the 'board provide films-for, eastern moving pic- ture shows which he Is Assured will run them far nothing! The matter will be .taken at onc5.- Commie- 'Hall, said 'that' Brandon had done this with'considerable success having films made of the .Mro stock parade at .the fair, harvest scenes, etc. The cost -is not great; ibeing eewts a, foot, for the; first film and centu .a-foot. after th lirat. The Great Falls Chamber of Cora TuercQ.iwrpte. saying that they are he Kptiating wittrthe Great Northern for rates for their trip to this city aw will have the dnte definitely settled In ii erj short time The: Diamond City Board vasked'the local Board to stop there on their trip to Sundial "and also to provide foi four of their members to take the-trip 1 hey will be notified' of the date when the adjourned-trip will be taken and provision of a .cur will be made for them. As R. A. Smith Is taking a consider- able interest in the affairs of the Im- perial Home Reunion Association, a communication from that brganlza t.ion w'as'Tcferred' to him to act for the ;board: 1 Zueblln' "of a well known lecturer, Is to a tour'of the'west-'IecturinE-next May and ask- for a date here. The" matter was left oier Work-of CommlMioner gave an extend- ed report to the council of the'work be has been doing and was compH mented on his activity by the presi- dent 'find vice president, and tho ether members present- concur- red Tln their remarks. He' submitted a proof of a hlottrr and of a large en velopft that he has'prepared for use and circulation.''. He asked permission G, T. P. 'ANOTHER PLAN Shows That it Purposes Crossing River Over C.P.R. Bridge I That tho Grand Trunk nj is biguiniiiK iala steps tow ml getting uiti) intp the. vidois dully of.'firms think- ing of moling or that hme been buiiiL out and whkh therefore might be In available as lie had got a list of tho cd-mmerclal tra rollers of the city inrf found there are no fewer, than, 105 work'lug out o; the city. He has written the Canad- ian Courier and Caimdliin Century re girding getting articlen jpn 'Let .ft ridge and Southern Alberta polished thoio in. He has writtev theiBrltlsh Press Association -asking their dele gallon who are to make a tour of Western Canada, .visit Lettobridge, the city having been oriiitted in the Itinerary published. Tile Town De- velopment magazine'of -Chicago 'hat. asked him for an article, dealing with Lethbridge He has v, Alien the de- partment of the interioi asking them !or maps and literature'they arc PUO ..Bhing1. concerning this part of the country. He reported -that two in- dustries have been inquiring regard- ng coming to Lolhbrfdfiip with branch As n result ot convention of the Western .Associated Boards of Trade having held-their convention here, Lethbridge has received a Inrge amount of excellent publicity in a large number of trade journals. Financial Mitten The finance committee's report of the laci that thev recently two plans showing then proposed Lliiongli thtt'ut) lirsl plin wa the citv orticcfii'abbiit'a wcel iml showed the Mint of [lie Gidiil I mrik Pacific fioiif f ilgir) us fir loulh as Nan ton to a point su eial milts of that place It com there to Letlibi'itlge. tlie. plans, were blank, probably >6iv account -or-- -the uncertainty as to-whetber the coin- pan) will he anlc to rights the L P bridge. Commencing -taiga in on secure running R high Icicl "the eastern' ar is Medium; Hat i At n sprciil mealing of thr Ladies 4n1 ofwcstir luster cluucl it limit of the city the plans showed that they ate contemplating; coming in over the R. ananiibiicd of uaj the pUns filed in- dicated that thtj would come in this line fiom Hit townbhip line cist of the cit> frrom there run almost due south to Raymond and thence in i ducction to Doiilts on the international boundary This moLDing plans were filed show the Robertson Book Stoie ng pail o! the connecting link be somc lime kayos tomonou to IB- Uecn these north and south parts of Side with her patents it tollingwood, 'Mr. and Mi's. R. S. Malice, of M grath, arc visitjng in the city Mowbunr Is. home (he. sqtmmcr holidays, having vet-ur e! jilnUv College schoul i3u Hopt, Ont y He -sur he given and. attend 'the rniisicate the 1 idles of St St tonight an'} fhuuh at Mrs rls'flcncc 52d Crabb Mr and Mrs Ubiddingtoi who wqic mirrifrt it Moose centh in th( citj .csttrda uul will reside at 1215 The Ladies, of Knox cburch uill iml social in the basemen of Thursday evening ulv.. h, at 8 o dlwV- Mrs Chatlu, McClcnagfnn and he ;on, tomorrow for -uo months trip to Montreil Mr leClenaghan wi.Il jccompanj them as s 1 ISt CACll was jo hold i stuw eirj and ice sotnl in the Ij 5th hurch on Julj Miss Iv Hright who has been for re- to subocrite to a bureau which pro [waring showed that -J700 'of the .June sub- scriptions to the publicity fund ha oine in from the west over the high el bridge and urn as fir cist it he old C.P.R. junction over the C, P.R. line. While these plans do not indicate anything definite as to route they serve-'to reveal that fact .that if pos- sible the O.T.P. will apply for the use of the high level bridge, and tho probabilities are that, if this is. glinted theic will he a union btatiqn for the two companies. Should- the city not enter any objections' to the plans filed, all that is necessary is or the G 1 P to get the sanction of the RailKdt Commission when they will-be approved, tots of the Central kin- dergarten will their closing crcises tomorrow morning it ien o clock Fdch tern? a 1 irgc i umber of people go to see the little their, songs, ,-pIay their games and perform then, Mr A J Uaircn left tor Vancouver, 11. .U...where he will ii dc- tbe uture. reside..'." Previous to his parture Mr. Warren was made TO REPORT ON SOO WOMAN Ont., June It is un- deratood. that Dr. Daniel Ph'elan. fli-s geqn of the penitentiary here, and 're- cognized aa-; -the Canadian govern- ment's expert gone o report- upon the condition of 'the woman, Angelina Napnlltano of Sault Marie, under sentence of death for the murder of her husband. BIG ADDITION TO-CANAOA'S WEALTH Offawa, June compiled by the .customs dp partment for the year Hhow, that settlers effects to a tfltii value of were brought into Canada the larg est property of the largest immigration In Canadian his- tory. The amonqt exceeds the total for the previous fia cal year by nearly foiirl mill- ions CLARKE CO. The Store Phone 453 Acadia Block NEW ARRIVALS IN DRESS ACCESSORIES Just in time for the holiday Hotiery, Glovei, Corsets, Ntckwear, Veiling! Want., Etc shown In splendid varletf and at alluring prices Tills stoics preeminence as an ideal shopping phco Tor dreswd nomon ifc bett exemplified bj its showing ot the little things which while small in themselves mean much to the effectiveness of A uOman's costume "Alwayt Something New" n our motto and it Is a working force every day In the year, which in a why. we are lendtra. FINEST GRADES OF LON3 SILK GLOVES SELLING AT S1i5 A splendid variety to milect from shown in white champagne sky, rose, bluck tan and full 84 ins. long, finished With two, domes at wrist double tipped, ro In forced finders which give double the vi ear of ordinary kinds A full range of Just to hand FINE FACE VEIUNGS .....25c Splendid wearing nets, shown in a good variety of various ty Weaves; colors black, brown, navy, plum, white, green and black and white! SILK BOOT HOSE 50c Lisle tops and and 'pure silk ankles making a very dressy hose :at.the ordinary jiakes, shown In black, pink, ahce, etc FINEST CORSET MODELS IN LIGHT SUMMER WEIGHTS Corsets of this grade are an absolute necessitj for the piceeul of dress These are made of extra light weight percale, long hips, medium bmt, steels all guaranteed not to rust: Expansion Sale offers wonderful values in Ready-to-Wear Garments AND MANY WISI ARE PROFITING BY THE GENEROUS SAVINGS coats 11000, 00 suits selling at IH70, 12250 dresses selling at 11500, and Jlke throughout the entire ready-to-wear stock, and. In addition to these A SPtCIAL OF FINE MULL AND COTTON VOILE DRESSES, AT (7SO values worth ,U 11800 and 12000 WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT recipient of a purse of gold by a num. tier of members of the Sons of Eng- anri, who met .at his home last even- ing The Daughters and Muds 01 England 'also 'made a'prescnta- to their appreciation of his assistance to their socictj Mrs. will join jMr later. The I arish Umliai) of St Oj pnan s church uilj, meet at the home of Mrs. D. A. Siinpson, 1237 Argyle on-Fridav afternoon at three, o'clock.-' Every member is urgently! requested to it lend is this will the last business meeting of the sc son. Miss' Campbell of, the Zena Mission'of: India, who has so ante tainingly'spoken to-several gathering of ladies in the citj, ft ill lu prism and the president extends i hi irt invitation to all ladies interested missions to be present at .'he IT ing On Thursday evening last the sta of the Hudson's Bay Co. were ente taincd at the Mr. and Mrs Rylands. Whist was played at tables, the prizes going to 3Ii Pricstlj mil Mr iTnlner while Kennedy and Miss Fames .arrie aw 1 he consoHtion prirfrs A f te the'refreshments were served at il; Jarvis and''Mr. Tar contributed "some musical mini and'Mr. :.Carr on behalf ot1 the stafT presented Mr. Kylands with a wa fob-and engraved gold locket. Many.pcopiu were present at tin I ethhnrlge Conservatorj of Miisii last evening to at tend, the last re- cital' of the season. The exercises were successful in eviiiy way and many compliments .were paid the pu pils hy their friends present. Those who iwere successfulrin the vocal, pi- ano and orchestral department ex- aminations were given their certifl caies., A pleasant feature of the ev- ening was the presentation to Miss Archer of a beautiful bouquet, the gift of her pupils: Those who par- ticipated in the programme Miss Ivy Hunt, Miss Galvin, Misa Macbeth, Miss Addy, Miss Nimmons Miss Gladys Tabor, Miss Quecnie Ta- bor, Mrs. Morgan, .Misses Minnie and Bessie.Hnzcll, Miss Jean Mackenzie Miss Ruth Freeman, Miss Reynolds] Miss Davy, Mr. Spencer, Mr. Robert- son, Master Clifford Bunt, Master Ar- thur Moigm Mr Iiwrie Mr lish and'Mr. Johnston. nl decorutioiiK wore artistically car rieil white carnations. The guest pews wen clusters of white ca'rnii Promptly at- the appointed hour'tlie bridal party, entered the.sucred edi- fice to tho strains of Lohengrin's.We( ding March, played hy Mr. Fred Mock. The little flower girl and the brides- maid preceded the bride'to the altar. The, bride, "escorted by her brother, William Stafford, was a vision ol girlish loveliness in her shimmering gown of Duchessc satin, with silk lace overdress and pear! trimmings. The detachable train was prettily finished with silk tassels. The em- tfoirfereH tulle veil, beautifully ar- ranged, fell from a coronet of orange ilossoms: She rnrrleil a shower, of white 'c'tu'iuilions anil snap dragon, am! wore a pearl .sunburst, the gift of the groom. Her bridesmaid was her sister, Miss Jcrtrudt) Stafford, charmingly attir- in a handsome gown of lace, noun toil on pink marquisette and gar anded with pink rosebuds. The sash, dgid with silk fringe, was most el- ective. She wore a large black, iainsborongli hat, with facings of ink satin, and trinnned with three il! blown rpscsr .The bridegroom's ivor, a pearl pin, was worn, and iii.k carnations, with chiffon stream- rs, were carried. The petite (lower girl was Dorothy it.Tfford, niece of the hriric, who 'ockcd in white, with touches of ebe blue1 and white tulle poke-bonnet domed with forget-me-nots anc tn-sies. carried a basket of pink and hife handle being ecKcd with an immense ribbon how. he wee attendant was the recipient a pearl brooch. Mr. Elliot Torrence Stafford per- irmcd the duties of Knox church was-the scene of a fashionable ucddmg at nine o clock last'evening, when. Ihe marriage was solemnized of Annie Laurie, youngest daughter of Mrs. William Stafford, to Mr Normin Honncr 1'eit, son of Mr and Mrs fas I'eat Petroln. I Out. The ceremony was performed the Kev. A. M. ClnrdoD. flgg- ving engraved, cuff links, and the shcrs were Mr. Stanley .1. id Mr. C. -Dawson. The Mcniielssohn Wedding March as played as the bridal party- left church. A reception was after- arils held at the residence of the ide's mother, on Westminster Road, icjlrawing rooms fragrant ith" quaittttica of pink and. white rnations ami snapdragon. Uixtiri- it palms and ferns assisted mated ly in the scheme of decoration. The ning room, whore a buffet supper: served, was a veritable bower of! luiv with smilix ferns and the1 .son's blossoms. Huge bouquets of I rnations fastened with large pin iffon Hows iCdorned the attractive! pointed table. Mrs. Stafford, th itlp s mother uis wctnng striper iclv with exquisite handirgs o tin anil applique, sheaf of whea otic w iih mainc anri creini edg and black bonnet with willou ihic, caught witli a jet1 buckle. Ir. and Mrs.-Peat left on the mid glit1 express amid showers of con fetti for eastern points. They wil he inaj about a month To- ronto and Pelrolia. Mrs. Peat look- ed well m her awaj gown aof coronation blue and chic bhrk toque w ith tuscin crou n adorned with a sheaf of wheat, held in place by a coral buckle. Her white crepe de chcncV blouse1 had an elahor, itt behe Irish lice joke ind uis fin ishcd with silk braiding. Among the out. of town guests were Mrs. 0. C. McDonald and Daughter, Marion, New Dayton, and .Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Kelley, Spring Coulee. Conspicuous among the magnificent array of gifts i hindsomc hriss clock present- ed by the teachers and scholars of Sundiv school CUNARD LINE YIELDS Liverpool, June Cunard Steamship Company tills afternoon agreed to re cognize all. Seamens' Unions including Dockera' organiza- tion. The.strikers are return- ing work Choose From These Pretty Wash Fabrics Formerly sold at 15c to 20c on THURSDAY I and FRIDAY your choice for nc Hundreds of yards of Muslins and Olngtams selected from our host selling lines at 15c to JOo, to be DUced on sale for Thursday and Friday only at'lie. Among them are fast color English Zephyrs, Ging- hams In shadow stripes; such wanted colors as navy, res- eda, brown, role, mluve and Cord Muslins ,and Cotton Voiles in pretty floral effect and combination i stripe and floral designs in a complete range of this-sen- son's newest and most charming color schemes. A selec- tion from which the most ciiticftl buyers can select with ease. All Reduced for Thursday and Friday to lie Men's and Boys' Lacrosse Bals. Of .Maltese Cross quality possible to jr procure and ye have them in complete range of sizes fioni 7 in chtldieu's tc the Inigest men's size Former Prices to Special bargain, Straw Sailors for Men and Boys 2 dozen only, -Men's and Boys' Straw Sailor Hats. Former prices 40c .to oOc eacll. On Thursday, at 25c Ladies' Lingerie Blouses That Formerly Sold up to Special at Ladies' Linen, Duck and Repp Skirts Our complete Block of Ladies' White Wash Skirts in Linens, Duck, and Repps. Every size and every wanted style among them. Regular prices up to All lieduced to SPECIAL SALE GOODS AHE NOT EXCHANGEABLEor RETURNABLE This store will be closed every Wednesday during July and August at 1 o'clock. Hudson's Bay Stores ;