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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fi'iaay, Api^il 18, 1013 THE XETHBBIBGE DAILY HEBALD Page IX a man be interested in /an ndvertisement for He takes a pride In his linen and wanW it ; washed, with the purest Soap-good Sunlight Soap Which does not tear or wear linens or woollens, and Sunlight Soap makes the clothes . wear longer. He likes his wife to have leisure time and yet not neglect the children and hou'se-* hold duties. -SUNLIGHT SOAP pays for itsclf.b^ Ih^' time it saves, the labor it saves and the>cIothes t it preserves. 7 Sc. a bar at all Grocers.  i THE NAME,'LEVER OMSOAP IS A GUARANTEE 'OF PURITY AND EXCELLENCE.' 29 MILADI EDITED BY "INO- PHONES Offloe 1224 Res. 1119 THIS GENTLEMAN LEFT IN A HORRY �^jiisnna, April 18.' - The "Zeit" Bay*;: "Col. Zankevitch,/ the military' attache of the Russian embassy leffc:here hurriedly last .night without'having the customary audience. with-,EmperorFranci^ Joseph. Col. Zankevitch. had a joint residence with an Austrian, Lieutenant Jandrio. The latter's brother, Alexander Jandrlo, was arrested recently on a charge of espionage. The.police found in the apartments, maps, documents add accounts of large sums, of� money which had been received from agents at'Moscow and Paris, tiout. Jandrio was a great friend of the son. of Gen, Von, Hoetz^ndorR, the chief of the generjil staff; and had a confidential post in the military j school- at Vienna. Oh, hands. Need not �ye shine, with gems from' ...any lands, That - like a snowflake is your white caress. Your loveliness Is that yo work for,other's happiness. Oh, heart. Whatever joy be thine or sorrow's smart, Whate'er thy dreams, thy yearnings all unguesscd. Thou Shalt find' rest Only in love-that is tlie one thing blest. , -Mollle Meashiim.' -* Mnt. Arthur Reid, who is still at the.&alt hospital, is able to sit up and is doing splendidly. ' , . ; The event of the evening socially is the tennis dance, which will bo held;in the S. O. E,,hall this eyen-., irfg. �' ' ' � ' ; : ;� .  * * Mrs. T. H. Stage left on the Flyer this morning to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs! J. E. Wade, Maple Grove Stock Farm, near liexington, Kentucky. m -t- 1^ Mr. Percy Cowen Shaw has accepted a position as sub-collector of customs at the outpost of Pinhorn', and will take charge as soon as the government buildings are completed. Mrs. McLeaUj of Maple Creek, was the raison d' etre of a matinee bridge given by Mrs. C, P. Smith yester day. Crimson carnations lent a bright note of color and fragtance. Three tables were in piay, and additional guests dropped in at the tea hour. The trophies were won by Mrs. Hessey and Mrs. Stacey. � * *  ' The dance, to be the K. of P. hall tomorrow night,by Typographical Union Bo. oal, promises to be a great succeaij. Dancing will be enjoyed from eight to twelve. Rev. A. C. Watson will return tOr morrow night froim-a visit 'to;Blair^ more. Miss Gertrude Delaney left yestar-day for Reglna, where; sh� will' reside in future. � % � Airs. Robert Nlven  sr., Went to Cafgary yesterday, where she will spend a month visiting her eons.- Mrs. Currier, of Maple Creek, who is with Mrs. C. R. Peters, leavesfor home tomorrow. .. Rev. Mr. Grant, of Diamond City, will occupy the pulpit of St. Augus-tin's church .on Sunday night.,. > Mr. G. P. Cross, of Calgary, is. relieving for the present on the local staff of the Molson's Bank. � * � � Margery, the little, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Whelen^ entertained a number of her little friencts yesterday afternoon in honor of her sixth birthday. Games of ail kinds.; were: enjoyed, after which a dainty supper '.menu '^as served, the talile being ''Centtad with the candle ' adorned I birth-day cake. I Miss-Peart.-assisted Mrs. Whelen in looking' after the little tots.  * " Mrs. McLesan, of Maple Creek, who has been visiting with Mrs. J. W. Bawdeh, leaves for home tomorrow.  *  -The marriage of Miss Joan Fran-! cis Mary Butler, of Shropshire, England, to Mr. .Thomas Lewis Robertson was celebrated in Toronto today. Both bride and groom are well known in the city. Miss Butler spent the wintpr the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ^. M.. Jphps^one, and Mr. Robertson was fof'some years on the staff of the local Bank of Montreal.  � � Mr. :D. C. Morrison, formerly man-kgerTof thei Molson's Bank at Diamond City, and lately of the Icieal staff,, left this afternoon for Rev61- stoke, where he has been transferred,   � Rev. - and Mrs. Blias Cashdan announce the engagement of their eld- i est daughter, Rose, to Aaron David Goodman, native of Jerusalem, Paleg- ; tine,, and resident now in fjethbridge. Alta. The marriage will take place some time in July.-Winnipeg Fi'ee Press. ,.   . ' Mr; arid Mrs. Turpin and little daughter, of Vancouver, are guests tor a week or ten days with Mr. and *Mits. James Aird. , *  * A London despatch of today's date states that the wedding of Captain T. H. Rivers Biilkeley, aide-de-camp- to his Royal Highpess the Duke of Con-naught, to Miss Pelly, lady-lii-waiting to tlie Duchess of Connaught, which tajtes place here on Saturday, is arousing', immense interest. Hun-dredi of presents have already poured In, including those from King George and Queen Mary, the Duke and Duchess of Connaught and family, >tbe Canadian staff, Premier and Mrs. Borden,'Sir ^llfrld Laurler, and Hon. Ad^ B^kj'C).,,* . ! 3^ftefe-,(CJaiw;dIaji Pa-and If you are not prepared to pay for the garment, a small deposit secures your choice till you are ready to take it away. Saturday Suit Siafe $13,50 rtegular .$22.60 and i:$26.0Ctv VAhi^Bt;..!.. Remarkable value In this .aeason's styles, made of pure wool' tweeds ahd worsteds in light and medium colors, coats all silk lined; altJrts made** with high waist line,, Sizes include small women's in 16, 18,, and 20, and ;aU. regular slaves from 34 to 44. . , High-Grade Suits, $22.50 ' Values. Worth up to $30,00 .TJhis.lot includes our entire stock within the range of prices mentioned, in navy and black serges as well as a weekly' i', Friday .. ,bars41iJ:ev?*t ma? 'benefit Viy i\ 'the i�.S|lfe"BaviM� il tODiorr*^ ->-'- These Price Concessions at the fiudson^s Bay for Saturday Shoppers Will interest all who study real economy, for you all realise that our advertisements are genuine LADIES 'NEW SPRING COATS QC Reducel to .................. 4*3aOU LADIES' BLACK MOREEN UNDER- �A Ag' 8KIRT8 at .................. 91.19 LADIES' SATIN UNDERSKIRTS flj 4 AO Reduced to ...................... 9 I .SVO 'g�R15s' straw SAILbB HATS JJAl* Reduced to ...................... C*l W FIBRE HEARTH ^UGS-Size 24 x 54. at ............,............... FiBftE HEALTH RUGS-Size 36 x �-� 6&;'fit-.^.........i....... loAlNTY DESIGNS IN WHITE AND gh�J ECRU LACE CURTAINS, reduced I oSiP LADIES' SUMMER VESTS Reduced "Jig' LADIES' FINE CASHMERE HOSE re-(*� A� dticed to 3 pair for................ 91 aUU, . PUae SILK 4 in, RIBBONS 7 ^ |� Reduced to .................,1 2 V BLEACHED IRISH TABLE LINEN .. At^gi^ Reduced to ........... ........... "tOV MEN'S $1.00 SUSPENDERS 9C|* Reducel to........................... 03C MEN'S PURE WOOL SOX reduced fl�>| Afk to 5 pairs for..................... 4� I �UU: MEN'S $2.50 FELt HATS J-j MEN'S MULE SKIN PALMS 25C A Whtrlwind Finish to the Boot and Shoe Sale These Items Specially Priced for Friday and Saturday MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S % Tan vici Oxfords, with sewn sbles and toe tip. . Gun Metal Calf Instep Strap Sllppera and Patent ' leather facings and 'Vicl Kid Instep Strap Slipper Pumps-sewn soles and srping heel ftQii' Sizes 8 to 10%: $1.75 values for ...... vyw: MEDIUM WEIGHT BLUCHERS Twelve pairs only. Men's Spilt Bluchers, with good medium weight solid leather pegged soles,': Sizes 7'to 10 only. |2.50 quality for..................... . WOMEN'S TAN BLUCHERS In flne^ .calf, short vamps, tops; Cuban heel. ;Slzes 2^,,to 6�^. $3.75 value gg  �� MINER'S BOOTS Only about 15 pairs of these now left- -strong split leather bluchers with, heavy leather soles; pegged an.d nailed and have extra strong leather counters; 12.50 for WOMEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS In Iiiack glace kid-medium soles and common sense- toe and heel. Sizes AOm 3 to 7. .................. ..... $1.95 1 �' V Grocery Economies HARRIS WILTSHIRE inK* BACON-per lb. ... ..%�9C GOVBRNMRNT CREAMERY';. BUTTER-Two'Ibsi . elg _ for..................OdC NEW LAID EGGS- ORf^ Per dozen........... 3 lb. TIN PEACHES, "gSC 31b. TIN PEARS 25 C 24% lb. Sack Hudson's - FOR Bay Flour ........ iQIll^ 1 lb. Tin Baking Powder j Tea Room Dainties TOMATO' SALAD with bread and. butter and Tea or "j Q'^' ' Coffee ANCHOVY EGGS ON TOAS.T~ and Tea or Coffee iCi*^ for .............. IOC FRUIT SALAD and CAKE Tea or Coffee ......... ICE CREAM AND CAKE...........,.. 20c 10c ^* Hudson's If . SI 4; 4, if' CLIUBS AND SOCIETIES You are reminded of the Rummage Sale, which will be held in the Min-er'.siHall on Tuesday, April 2Znd, under the auspices of the Woman's Missionary society of Westminster church. The ladies ask that contributions for 'the sale be sent to the church' on Monday next. �� *  �; . The Central W. C. T. U. met-with Mrs. W. H. Conibear last evening andj transacted inportant business in conrieotic^n. with\'the district^ convenr ';tiQb,:: to b6held'^May 15 and 16. ^ , ' A''bUletfng committee, composed of Mrs; Needs, Mrs.; Brown Pipes; -Mrs.-Jgro^ie. and Mrg. Sheard was appoint/ ,ed, aiid it 'vyas decided to ask Mrs. Dunsworth and Miss Butler, of the Willartj Union,, to act on that committee. The entertainment committee will be appointed later. , The union decided to send the visiting delegates to the cafe for,lunch at the expense of the organization. There will be two publjc meetings at the time of the convehtion, onot of which wi/l bo a "niatron contest, at which matrons; dressed to represent different nationalities, will. compete, for a medal. Traveller's Aid business; was also transacted, after which the meeting adjourned. BIG FIRE 100 BIRNIE BROS,',;:HARDWARE STORE WJPED.P'UT DURING ELECTION EXCITEMENT Medicine Hat, Alberta, April 18.r-During the height of the election excitement and'just as a large paiade ha4 left the Conservative cominitl^o^-rooms; a largo fire br6ke out iin' the rear of the Birnie Hardware s^tore.; For a considerable .time the cbnfla.g-ration^threatened other buildings and the firemen had a*desperate-fight on their hands. The oil and gasoline shed took fire and made the flrempn'p job a Very dangerous one. Feiiifmg (an explosion, the police worked hard GiW"*'* M� torn WiH> J� of.Windsor, T�bl�S^lt. TheyUketoMlI>t.lMcau��., , fti�i)ni:a�nmore-!-ii5; Sot ^kSowthat ago stood untenanted. Dirnie Bros this ;wepk'/reopened a ,tempoi'aijy., store. ' They 'will be heavy losers. [The. origin. Qt.the .fire, ^s^.iv^ljpawH; .One fireman was "'severgly'.'^urned/ being covered by burning gasoliiie. At one o'clock the llr? is ^tiU burning fiercely, but it is expected it will Jie, under control shortly, � T! AT, SIR EDMUND WAIIk^R 'sTiLL GiV ING EVIDENCE BEFORE QOM- ~ MISSION ' ' ' ' Ottawa, April 'J|(f.-Sir Edmunft^ iValKor -conUr^sd, hit^evidonce before" Mm�sis|lSa; to fll5igto^�a' wafo me'n6i'^xia6 8A'-?a co^jtl �^e'I�co^ainllte% on banking and,'com- ally... / ,, ,.v:a; the coi t i ^^^^^^ go piouh botUft/'ifiOf* genoy?" asket^ Mr, Ames s a.'^'l r'Htf 'i;o,>Bt. - Cm "to draw in its call loans,andis^cuilt-J5l' ies of tliat klndifrom the etatea If \ money continue^ tight,- and:it liaH �( ^ t cently, it would graduaUyg " "iV"-large loaiis paid, off, and la.the ciiep. J of big Industrial companlW; hav^^ them Issue IJondB." ' . J-^;' J. E. Armstrong^aBked-fok'lniormaJ^i^i tion OS to the average rate of b&nlg^il dividends in Canaia. \ Sir Edmund replied, that ,tie*\er.^ age profits of the banks in 1912 fin thi^j| entire! assets was 1.20 per cei^t,^ ^ "Would that state of affairs hiKelvtg Induce new capital?" j ' "It is difficult to enlist. I wish tq^'? say, however; that I;, donit think _ n^>^^^' banks will not be. started in, ^^nitdaSfjj and that they-: will sndtdbc .rsucoej^ful^.i They 'syllli not ibe started \ih"oush^j;> save by thosei prepared ,t,o y/eit'^/'- ie^^Mij years for dividends and member* tcm^^l apply profits to t)ullding;upibanlcB " ;'|^\ "�\Vhat � percentage of Canadlatf^'" bank stock is held outalde.Cajiadft?" May Now Itaye :Iloaii-*4 tiful Hair. Tlie Franli;'{ Hedley Drug Co.,'lias:J The Article aiid Ouar--' autees it to Grow Hair^ or Kef und Your ]H'oiie:gJ' The Frank Hedley Drug Co';,' ii bttclMj ed up by t|�e manufacture ot-BAhMAi th� Great "Hair ;Gro / u gi. u c- uraes It to grow halr.^ � p, SALVIA destroys I'sndiurt in ttnj ^*Thki'oota 6t the%nlr nrn bo nourdl .ished'aud fed that . new (lop at h^ ' springs uPi to'tbeuama^enient and fi light .of the user. The hair iB.inail? soft' and- -fluffyr I all Amentaj SALVIA in diVtutllj A, 0022 ;