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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRTDGE DAILr HERAT.n THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 19H The Royal Store Economy Sale The Economical Shopping Event of the Season. An event that lias aroused the entire shoppina public !f I PthhrUnn Thi. .4^^, has been crowded from the opening Wednesday Morning with eager buyers. The values this store is offering Iffhl^uhi.- ^'Z^ only possible at the beginning of the season by our eastern buying connections thM nhM�lnJ2i ""-'"^ T '""'^f through combined purchasing power, enabling us lo successfully challenge ^^^^^ ''"^^'^ concessions for cash Waists Latiios' Bhick S:iloi-n Wnists. also fancy .stripril T'l-rcalcs, bcaulit'uUy ii-inmieil willi laiv ami onibroidiM-y, ueally luckeii. all sizes. Ri\i>u-Jar !?"].2r> value. At this sale ECONOMY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY Waists Ladies' Mull Waists, line ([uality material, smart slyles; I'.i.ali or low collars, tuckeil and embroidered fronts. Ri'.uular value -SlraO. QCq At Ihis sale ............... Waists Ladies" Waists - Exc[uisite new Waists of fine Lingerie aud Marquisette, in liigh and low neck, also Ibo popular Middies and Balkans. Regular value �.:)(). ^1 .\t this sale ............ Madam La Mode has dictated the selection of the new appnrel which we are showing. During our Economy Sale every garment is greatly re'roys. tlifA- aro tlio strong't\'Suil.s,, strictly liaiul tiiilorod garmenls. all this season's inako, any style or pattern you Avant. Values up to ^22.b0 for $12 .45 $15-65 75c. Black Sateen Petticoats, fast colors, at..........., 25c An Extra Offering at $14.85 This lot is an extraordinary ofVeriug of Women's Higli Class Suits in this season's most fashionable styles; Suits that comprise ([ualily. style and tailoring in a manner sure to please. Every new fabric iu the season's desirable colorings in this lot. At this Sale: Womens' Hose Women's Seamless Black Cotton Hose, black, tan and white; j^Q 2.>c values now............ Womens' Hose Women's line Cashmere Hose, also pure Lisle. 'dTyc value 25C now ..................... $14-85 Men's Suits at $7.45 In quoting- the price of '$'7.45 on this lot of Suits you inu.st not take into consideration the real cost,, as this lot contains suits regularly priced at -Slu-OO. It is your choice Stunning Tailored Suits for Women at $16.75 This lot includes many individual styles never before made to sell for less than '?2'2..")0. E.\tremely attractive models now presented a I $7-^5 Suits at $10.75 $1675 These Suits Avill make the best dresser sit u]) and take notice. There are Tweeds, Worsteds, English goods and new ISTovelj- Effects. Regular value up to $20.00 Shirts Men's Xegligee Sbirls, .soft or starched cufV, new designs; -�jfL^o grade now............' Men's Work Shirts Twill, colors black, grey, blue and brown. Jjjl.'i.l value 75C now .....................' Men's Hats ]VIen's new .spring styles, | OC $2.00 value imw........ Spring Caps New shades, new shapes, regular value ~')c and ^LOO. 75C now ..................... Fifty Cent Ties New .shapes, new patterns, now ..................... Men's Silk Weave Hose $10 .75 \\{ colors, Gfjc value at 35c Watch the Searchlight THE ROYAL STORE Watch the Aerial Display SflUIHERN ALBERTA UilRIH$100A. ft. C. DRAKE OF WOOLFORD PUTS NEW VALUATION ON HIS FARM LOOKS LIKE CASE OF MURDER AND SUICIDE VISIT OPENS HIS EYES Southern Alberta land is wortli SJOO aij acre. "Dry" lanj, not irrigated, is \vortli tiial much. Here is a letter from .\. C. Drake, oi Wool-ford, east of (-'ardston, tiiat goes to si'Ppott Ihtf above .statement : �'We airived r.o'iic (). K. last even-in;; from a two maiitlis' visit in Min-Tit.sola, South Dakota, Nebraska and ]oua. "I Valued my land at $3'J per acre Isst fall, but have doubled it since lisiting ill lowix- �'I'wo hundred dollars per aero is a common price there. I bplievc our land h?rp will prmluce more wheat, oats, rye, barley, potatoes, field jjeas, altalia, brome grass and many other crops, than their laud will. "It is live-stock that makes the farmers rich tliere and that makes their land valualde. �\Ve have u belter sUxk cuuniry here, so why isn't our land reallv just as valuable '.' ?rrAXY .SKTTLliJJ.S CO.MIN'fr ''There will be a tfood many immigrate IroiD those four states this yeai- aud i believe they will appreciate the true laiue of our fertile soil more than we do ourselves,'' Philadelphia. Pa, April ".-Hear-mg four revolver shots in Quick �\it-oessiou early today, a policeman and niglit watchman broke into a liouse in West Philadelphia, and found Alexander Glazer, thirty years old, and his wife Julia, tweuty-eight, dead from bollc. wounds. CAOETS WILL GO INIO CAMP AIEDMONION BIG TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS WILL BE HELD IN CAPI-TAL THIS YEAR HAMMER ANO lONGS N11R. DEBI BOTH CIDES PUT UP GOOD SPEAKERS-LAURIER AND BORDEN TO CLOSE MANAREY WINS GUI HAIR OFF CHILOREfl AND FATHER IS NOW AWARDED DAMAGES TO EXTENT OF $400 Branttord, Ont,, April 1.-Damages] of -iOO, without costs, were av.arded Geo. Miller, of the Indian reserve, against A. Nelles, a-ssistant principal of the Mohawk Institute, Miller sued lor $5000, alleging that the hair of his two children, Uuth and Ha/.rl, had been cut off, after they had run away once, so that they could be easily identified again, and that the girls bad been locked, one in a dark cell, and the other in the sick room for three days, and fed on bread and water, alter a second attempt to escape. Kdmoulon, .\ita,, .\pri! 2,-Cadets reprrscntiug practically every city, town aud village in tlie province nf Alberta w iil lie encamped at the Kd-raonton c:.liibition grounds and Kast Knd park f.r a week in July. I'rc-paratioi-.s are licin,:: made to accommodate a ih distri'i, was in lOdnuiUton a lev. day:-: a:-''i, in confcrcuce witli .idSfph Driscol), aciin;i- Uiayor, aiid .�\rlhiir 0. liarriscn, commissioner oi parl.s. /iltor li.okmi; over llie vari-oc.s parks as possirjlc sites for the annual encanipmnit, lie decided upon tlie exhibition grtnmds and the ad-.�cininii; parks, which are both served by street railway Hue and otiier puliJic utilities, "t'omuiissioner Harrison and 1 will forward to the city council a rccoui-nici;da(ion that tiiese t;roiitiris be set aside for a week in July, to accommodate the .Vlberta : : > ? L PDELEGATES TRAINLOAD FROIVI ALBERTA TO GO TO GEORGIA-EXPECT 100,000 THERE YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE AN ASSET TO EVERY WOMAN Gray Hairs A Source Of Discontent Every woman wishes to look young always. Gray halra mean the passing of jouth'K ciiann. They are the source of-many a heartache lo many and many a woman, nut thoy need iiot be. Hay's Hair Healtli restores gray iiair to its natural color, U is not a dye, Hy its tonic (lualities, by promotinK a nov,' viijerouH, healthy f,'rowth of he hair, by removing dandruff, by furnisiiinK lo tiie scalp and the hair-roots a now life it brings back the I real color and lustre of the hair. If, after a fair trial according to directions. Il falls to do this we will refund your nicjuey. $1.00, i,i)c, a.-.c. Get it at our sotix". Sold and recommended by the J. D. Hieinbolliam Hiii.g Co., Limited, Leth-bridgo. Alberta. Advt. Silver Spoons knires, forki �nd se.'ving pieces, in many exciuis-itc deaign..'", are stamptd giROSEHSBROS liricks rjiade oi furnace slag, according to tierman makers, increase in slrentth wilh a'lje. Tins bund n known as "SilferTlateShat Wears' and \i made in the heaviest grade of plate. Satisfaction il guaranteed. Sola by I.cadlaa SEATTLE MAY BE NEXT "If Seattle gets the next convention, as we hone it will, there will be at least twenty-five Iraiuloads of delegates pass through Southern Alberta." This statement was made by J. :m. Empey, Deputy Grand Master of. District No. i, and Potentate of tlio Opbai Temple at Calgary, of the Ancient Arabic Order of Mystic Shrln-ers. Mr, Kmpey, together with S, S. Blair, Grand .Master of the Grand Lodge of Alberta, is in the city 'lining up the delegates to the ne.\t annual convention, which is to bo held in Atlanta, Ga, from the Stli to the 2,')th of May. A special train is being taken I'rom this province direct to Atlanta, and many are returning by various routes. The tickets from here to (Vtlaiita and roiturn via Washington, Philadelphia, Xew York, Rochester. Buffalo and Chicago, are ^3elllng for $128,511, It is expected that seventy-fivo dele-gates will take advantage of tho low rales from Alberta points, and that at least a hundred tliousaud will be iu altendanci) at the convention, Seattle is after tlie next convention strong, the Shriners in that city having raised already some Si;00,00r. by subscription for tlie entertainment of the delegates. Ail of the Albert.n delegates will support Seattle, as il is hoped to bring tlie convention to Alberta in H)-U, when the coast cities will be ex'iected to retaliate, A, K, Humphries, travelling immigration inspector, is one of the strong-est, Shriners in this district, but n.-' Is not certain that he will attem-: the convention this year. WILLINGNESS TO E THEIR VE ALL NEWS TOMGHT HEAR THE STAHLAND ORCHESTRA ANOTHER AVIATOR KILLED llunlch, Bavaria, .^pril 2,-Lleulen-mt Lankmeyer, a German army avia-Sor, was killed, and Ijieutenant Iluchti -whom he carried as a passeugei- was seriously ln.1ured today in an aeroplane accident. Their propeller In-oke, while they wore flving al a low altitudi^ over the aerodrome, Pieces of the propullor Kuapncd tho rigging .and tho machine collapsed. This is "released tor publication." The commissioners did all in their power this morning to arrive at some way whereby the Herald mi.ght satisfy its readers that they were getting all the city hall information tliat lay in their authority to give. motion wa.s introduced asking that the Herald iormulate a list of llic (|iiestioi)K it would like answered by the commissioners, but the .motion was ruled out by .Acting City Solicitor Ives on the ground that it-was not advisable to start a Controversy. Thi;j projected the mayor into a dilemma. "'You can't give out your unconsidered opiuion.s," said Mr. Ives, "Tliis would create a great turmoil among the jicople. It is only a (|uesti(.n of news witli the Herald. Any inteili-genL w.-M may make a statement that lie would not lliink of making after lie had given a matter thorough thought, and very often tliese slale-menis are made uhen matters, v.-ith wliicli V,c liavc very little (jr no c.x-pericnrc, come up for our consideration, 'i'lie ! ii;il decisions of tlie commissioners, .irriverl at in the c