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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TF.\ THE lethbridge daily herald WEDNESDAY, APRIL S. 1911 You can save trom 25 to 33 1-3 per cent on your Spring Outfittino Bill at 1^ ,5, Others are Doing it WFay P-ot You? Up-to-uate this lias been the most Successiiil Sale ni the history ot our Store. Eeducrioii S;i!t^ ic sr.np'x' tiirir vrnui- Nm" spring and smnuior. niul ii;!vc ut'uo away sai-i.slicd, as iliey lound (�vrrvthiuii a> ae made in lighiing STORES. BANKS. HOTELS, PUBLIC EFILDIXOS and r>Wl-L-LiXG HOUSES, hy using proper methods, Y.M.C.A. Auditorium, Tomorrow Thursday^ Evening at 8 o^cIock ETery citizen should atiend. TJie Lecivire 15 free and will he given h}- Commissioner A. Reid A SIXTH-CLEAN OP OF BANK ROBBERS .New Havelton B. C. Turns Citizen Army Loose on Bank Hold Ups and Slaughter Follows-Town is Proud of Itself-Looks Like a Regular Gang Ni'W U.i.cit.Mi. 1! C , Apii! Kv-cv. lili.'on I't NO'.i I l.i.-eiteii cMP-'blf luMiMu-, a'.t!is IS out to;l,i\ sPavcii hi.; iiii' tiiO ias( r.iAii iUl-up uhji.il i-.iideil the bianch ni \\\f 1 uiv'i! I'.m'iv of Ccinaila. lifii-\o>'':riiiiy iimniiii;.; Si\ mini iiavc i-.tx-n captiueii oi K'.lUni. Tlio .''(vi'iitli, v,!io pi^iiiaps ha.'-: tli;' inotici stii! NviUi liiM!, \W:s .11 i.iVLif a.vrordms !i> 'Cp-ports liriuiL;ln ii; a; in ^^(�U'^''.^ this ir.ouilii; I'hf i-!ti,i';.,^ laailc sin-l; a jireat I'lem-wp cf !;.r licsperailoi'.-' >rs tevtias o^PiN I'ti.cn tluiiks it a ir.attc; .li t^'un piuie to tl;;' Ui^t man It ^v.ls .\!ai:ai;of I'utcho:!, ,.f liie \-:-.\\\-.. v.lii' l;,ivp ttu' alarm to the-liii.riis lie had seoi; tit'.' i|t-sprra.doe.s fnli'r tin' bank ;!i'.ii h;- luMvd 'iu'ir t.r-; sliots, iio .suimii'nifi( a 'i"".-en iner. wlio ^.ot l]'.e:r ritins into pla!' '.ii iiiiiA tiiiic riipre \\ as ,i pile oi Oil' uotn th? Silver Suimiai'd muu' lo\>ii;;li' ill lor iHspia'. purpo.ses iipap I'.i ;-!oas!-hiKii on I'usi^ie) street, tioi till-, yards frotii lii;- bi\;ik, ;itnl hchiml tills tiie posse cathered. 'I'lun opened tire as the roidiers e'lierged iroin the (roiii door oi iiio b.inn- Tiie baji.iiis vrere plainly confused. r!ir\ broiie run. llieii two oi thetv !;aiieil to slio.,t qack, then they all IiiriiCd aiain to run. for the luiil of lead behinil llieiii w .is incessant and ii.-av; . Tiie wooii^; were not a >nin-vite's ri.n distant, but tliree of the robbers le!! before tiiey re.iched shelter. Two more were wo"nded, but tiii'-'hfd ;he suuiiuit o; the first hill iit the e-.i!;e of the town before thev fell, and were picked up ,t few nioni-r::ts later by tiie eiti7.ens. Two of the ;.rst liten tu fall were killed almost inst.riitiy. 'iluee otiiers are in tiie hospital, wliiie one who was Ciiptured late ye.sterday afternoon in the ^>oo.ts. is in tail. 1 The one man ,^tlll at large is be-I lie\ed to have ,i serious wound in his I loot and bis capture is expecleil bat-� er toiiiiy. .\u eighth man h.as been ; arrestevn osu'ly aiul j;et lirst elHM>siuji� of (hese oxccplioual values 20 PER CENT OFF m WILL KNOW I WORST By lOMORROW [CROWN PROSECUTOR WILL CON-I CLUDE SUMMING-UP TODAY-VERDICT TOMORROW f [looks dariTfor jack i I Morden. Man., .\pril S.-Contiuuiii.c, his address from yesterday afternoon, ; I i.'ro'.vn Prosecutor Hastings devoted jail t.hts forenoon. to suniminjj up the I Crown's case against .Jack Krafchcn- SUITS. COATS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES -Ml the newest st.vIeK of the season in-cludi'>d ill this Kastor s.n.lo. Do not put off the purchase of your Easter outfit for another day if you would be sure of getting it in time, SILK JHOSE Regular $1.00 value SILK LISLE HOSE Reg. $2.50 value NEW SUEDE BELTS fiC-^ Regular $1.00 value OOG WALKING GLOVES Regular $1.25 value $9.75 TAILORED COATS WORTH UP TO $20,00 Half price and les.s for the final clearance, of this splendid lot. Pure Wool Serges and Diagonal Wor-steds in grey, navy and black, three-quarter and full lengths, sizes up to 44. 50c 95c AXV H.\TS6.75 Worth up to $10.00 Tliis Eiistei' salt! inrludos our en-t.iro stock of Trimmed Hats wilb-Oiil any reserve, 'I'lio most alLract-ive and becoming models we have had to sliow, all at the one iirlce. NEW CORSETS Regular $1,50 value HAND BAGS Reg. $1.50 value VOILE WAISTS Reg. $3.50 value CHANGE PURSES 7Cj% Regular $1.50 value .1 9w 95c $1.75 $1.75 Many other Special Thursday Iiari�ains that we cannot nuMition hei'e. l^.o, charecd with murder and at the r.oin adjotirnment he had not concluded. .Mr. Hastinss went over the evidence of the crown witnesse.s very elo-sely and eareiiilly. He pointed out that the "iiian in black" according to the evidence, shot at ^lanai;er .Arnold from a short distiwce. iiid therefore could not but know that the .shot would cause grievous hodlly harm, and he was accordinaly snilty of murder, lie drew attention to the evidence cif several witnesses who liioiiijlit the ''man in black" was Krafclicnko. and to that of Mary i1o?rksen, who was positive in her idtntilication. j Mr. Hast iiiji,s declared his belief that i ! William Dyek's siory, so severely at-j \ tacked hy defence coinisel, "rans i I true." Dick had certainly told differ-1 ; en( stores, hut the evidence of other i ' wiliie.':;;es ainp')' pi'ovrri, lie said, tbat ; the story told by liiiu in the box was ! the true one. .Mr. Hastings will conclude this af-1 ternoon. FLANAGAN GOES TO JAIL Former St, Paul Chief and a Detective Taken to Stillwater Today HOUSE ADJOURNS FOR EASTER! 1 London, April y.-Tlif lloiise 'if! (Commons ad.iourncd today for tliej i Easter holidays. j St. Paul. .Minn.. April S.-Martin Flana.nau, cblcf uf the iSt. Paul Police- df^partiHent. .and Fred Turier, a former city detective, convicted sev-eral weeks ago of partielpatlou In the (ul'iection of thousands of dollars of bhicitmail from women of the underworld, were today taken to Stillwater, .Minn., 10 begin serving indeterminate sentences of from one to ten years in the stale penitentiary. McCALL'S PATTERNS THE BENTLEY CO., LIMITED Fair Prices and the Same to AU = McCALL'S PATTERNS ^ 1 A Two-Day Sale-Thursday-Saturday N ewesc A Pre-Easter Event of imtnense importance. Complete and authoritative assortment in the Spring Suits, Dresses, Coats and Waists. The Most Extraordinary Values in Women's Suits, Coats, Waists Women's and Misses's Suits TiiO newest approved .styles and materials, highest rpiality workmanship. Most ol" them copies of hiph priced models. .Ml Ji.Tve style in every line. Made of materials that arc both fashionable, and will give good wear. Such as Serges. Popiius, (Jabardines in black, navy, new blue, tan, many attractive new-Ideas. 'Sl'O.OO values ....... $>20.UU values SI 6.50 SI 8.50 Street Coats Captivating models in the new Wool Hrceades and Diagonals, cleve,- styles tor street, auto and dressy o.":-asion3. �SliO.OO values........ $15.00 value S16.50 S12.50 New Easter Waists W'ai.sts cleverly fashioned of Voile, Crepe and. Uimity jiresenting the latest ideas in blouse fashioii with trimmings of lace and embroidery. All new , mcdelB. Sizes "A-H. V ."^rHM-iai.......$2.00 '^'"^ $2.75 Distinctive Costume Waists We iiave secured tiie most unusual slyle.s. duplicated or adapted from much more expensive models. Smart styles In figured .Messaline or Plain Crepes. .Most, ar:- trimmed with a dainty laCe; all new f.liades, !S|)Ccial ..... $4.00 $6.00 STRONG "NO BOOZE" BRIGADE s�rvatlve voters, wailed on Hon. .1 .1.' PRESENTS PETITION TO FOY j Foy and other Or.tario Cabinet Minis-: Toronto, Ont., April .i.-A '.Xo i ler.s toda", beinf; introduced iiy \V. i hooze" !)ri,?ade. ivitii a "no i;0 fpiestion. ' New Wash Fabrics for Spring and Summer Wa.sh Fiibrics of tvory conteivabic kind gathoi-cd liorc. II is well lluil you should st-f lliciu now, and eitoosc tiicm now, and have (hcni niiitit; up iiistcatl ol'Availint;' tinlil the ,t',ood wcaliicr is Iutc. Sucli I'tibrics as Ihcsc tiwail you: NEW DIMITY-III while only, check or stripe eH'ecls ^j^q inches wide. P(m- \;u'(I ........................... 75c The Olympia Confectionery and ce ors 327 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, Offirs to .iiiy orio ?.")Uii.iMi '.v'-.q can convince thai our ICK CnE.-\M c, Hanan.ts ^"ic per dozen. Sunhist Oranges 25c, il.'jc, ,'iOc and 'iOe per dozen, CALl, ONCE FANCY RATINES-Snowllakc' weave in sumnicr loiu... Per yard ................................. MERCERISED BROCADES-Soft color eO'ccls. beauliiut de-sij^ns. ligliL blue. Ian and {,'rey shades. CREPES-in all summer colorhigs, 32 inches 20C wide. F'er yard..................................... SPIDERWEB CREPE-In siripe only, ;5() inches wide. NEW SCOTCH GINGHAMS-A lurlher siiipnicnt of Anderson's I'amous Scotch (iinghanis. broken checks, wanted colors. NEW VOILES-Black ami while siripe effects, j^reys and Ian. Per vard .................................. ENGLISH PRINTS-One .|tiaUly. -The Best" Cnun's -jg^ English Prints. Per yard ........................... Miscellaneous Items of Unusual Interest MEN'S BLACK COTTON SOX-2 pair ............ggg MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS-$1.2."), $1.3.3, each..... MEN'S COMBINATION UNDERWEAR-$1.7;") C| value. Per suit .................................. * BOYS' COMBINATION UNDERSUITS-65c value ^Qq Per suit.........................................,. WOMEN'S LISLE HOSE-Fast black lisle, double ^Qq heel tmd toe. Per pnii' .............................. CHILDREN'S COTTON HOSE-Black or Ian iuwe, . 35C all sizes. 2.3c, 3()c and.............................. WOMEN'S CAMBRIC NIGHTGOWNS-Fine c-mi- J-j ^-J Q brie nifihlgown.s, embroidered yoke and sleeve....... CHILDREN'S HAIR RIBBONS-Heavy all-silk rib- 25c bon, most desirable shades. 2 yards lor................ New Veiling, Gloves, Ruffiings, and Neckwear for Easier 7955 ;