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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnesdayy April 22, 11)13 THE LETHBRIDGE DX"i?LT HERAIiB CLARKE & CO. Phone 453^ The LADIES' STORE Acadia BIL li/ec/nllcfoi/'s Special Sale Of Suits A coilectidn of, spme twenty odd styles sold regularly at $22.50 and $25.00 - $17.50 Savings oi ^5.00 to $7.50 should be an induce-inent snffioientlyj5trong to bring about, a quick clearance of the garments included in this special Wednesday Idt, and' ^lien we tell yon that all are particttlariy good. ,ya;l^ at regular prices, Ave're putting it mildly, ior.-popular priced garments such as these are sold^at closer prices than other regular �lines' and are tb^*b6st of va^ Every one new this season, tailored as we!) as any of the highest priced gradM and the most perfect fitting and best proportioned gar-manta obtainable, made of pure wool silks in black, navy, Co- CI ^ penhagsn and tan, also a'iipjendia aetection of fine worsteds, 9 I f awU tweods, etc,,. In light and medium colors. Coats all silk lined and skirts made with high wkist line. All extra special value for Wednesday. li^dnesday IsJt21'2cDay in the ''Ydrdage Clearance" Sale INCLUOING A VARIEYV'OF-LINES rOB QUICK CLEARANCE, WORTH ' UP TO 26c-ON. � ' sale' FOR THE Or�JE DAY ONLY. - It's seldom, iadeed, that goods, for personal and' household use that you require almost every day'In., the year, can bo had at. such- a �aying, but thin la the opportunity that awaits you here' . tomprroTBf, in this one big special..line on aale/.for,'the.>ono dfiy only. The goods Involved are all displayed, on one long counter, where, they may bfe sel^ated quickly and satisfactorily,' so do not dehyyodtself sharing In thoao wonderful values becailee you dread being jostled by a.crowd, for tttfl^e I# plenty of room and Wg selections for ev,erybody, and the best money's worth you've ever bought In Lethbrldge. ^ ..: � . Ineruded.'are all 28e values In. Jap Silks, Cotton Voiles, Galateas, and Wash Goods,'Art Bihlms and Sateens, Huck and Crash Towellings, Lawna, Mulls and Cambrlos, Flannelettes and Wrapperette?, Cottons and Pillow.Tubings, Swiss �>nrt Madras IVIuslin's,' Linen Suitings, Turkish TowelllrlBa* Hollands, Crepe'Cloths, Cotton Bedt�rds. elc. All values worth up to 26c; WondertuHy c*iea"p V^^driesday at ..... .....I &2 C A Wednesday Coat Sale Offering Splendid Savings VALUES WORTH UP TO |22i60 .IN THE VERY CHOICEST OF THE SJE/>,SON'S C1C CA BEST &TYLE&.................... 9 I . Thrae-atj^ter, sevan-elsfhth and, *ill lengths. In, a full range'of all the -wanted sizes for small women, in. 14, 16, 18, and.'80; all regular slies from 34 to 40, and.extra larg? women's sizes from 40 to 44. , , , . . . ^ Th^se are some of the handsomest and best style coats of. the. season, Jn fine Serges and'Whlp-c(>rds,�^olor8 navy, black, tan, as well as fine wbPatod'a und tweeds In light and medium 0*4 B� colors.*;Wednesday Bargiiln' .. . ., .. , ^., .../ ..... ..... .......0�0U .Forty -years iln use,. 20 years' this stapdardi: prescribed and ree-, ommenc|ed by phyeidans. 'F^r Woman's Allmenta, Or; Martefs Fl^male Pills, at your druggist. � Not Invited "How ^o6B ehe manege' to k�ep her husband at'hoTne?" "Elasy, .He can't make an atter-dinner ipipeecb: and..he"'ltn�w9 'a^-'imjl aoy^ftoepp �ve'ry' longer. wrtthvl'heumatSsm," and'1)8 A i^aH; .crippled;,!Uji,: and, bont^qut shape with its heart-wrenching^ '.pains, when'you'can'easily avoid ; '' HBeumatism oomes froin'wefik ' inactive kidneys, that tttll to fll- i t?r fnjm the Moqi, the ,pofBop-'"ouB v(ast* matter aad uric; lafeldTV ,and it 1b uselesa to rub ontkdl-ments or^ take ordinary rem-' -edles to relieve.tb'6.pain., tMs 6iily prolonga .the m^fery and : can't pos^Jbly onr6 youf ' ,' ; The only way,,to cure rh6H-' Qi^tism 'is to-.^rflmoje'-the.:^ftusf;/ -The new ,a|sioov�jiy,:Tproj(oii*, ' does this Ijecauqe �lt neru^rallzeD .and disoolTSB the ikj scratch and Irtl'ttrte, TOdjjjatiae rhenmaysMi,:ana clean|B oj}t �J\d,; strengthens tu,e'Btoppa^Tip, ictlve klffneya, �o they can nUcri? the poison from tlje blood, and ;; drive It out and out ot th� sys-t�m. mo^t wonder-;: fal medicine �ver madfs fojr cur-1 Ing  cliVonlc rheuroatiVito, Ixldnifjy vi troubles and bladder disorder^. ;;Yqu will and it dlftejrejjt froBH �J|1 j liother, reniiedliBB.:';:Tiwi�i'1fliwthi?�^ fUigvelse^on earth Ilk^ It. .It"! "-^tiars not hoTir old'jfQWu'kpe, or .1 lonp Vou l}^r.;�S^*l'S'm^�d. Now coniei'tbe a^i^ilArin*ei cMf Wai^-attdna i& 2>t bfrtlJday lie wilfbg.^ijl.'of thelivealJli lest unniiB.t^i9dL.?f^noe3;. in.. - ||jTope. jjBJveT.^Bjnce the prfl^senf.lcijiig^came to ithe throne ithe' %^e�^ft> parti at, Uie rtevenaes of the Diiohy ^jf Cjlrsrwall has been allowed'i*o.8fpbuipnla1:e for She heraflt "of fiie- ih^lr apparent. A jsum of more thanclibcOOO -has just been placed in the hands*of, the King for the ultimate bep^t of the'Prince of. Wales and ithls;fwlll ibe^Uy invested, BYom the time that ,the ^ing b�-'came Dube fff OornvraU, devoted & large amount of care, aijd/ thought to the..... ; 'Mr,'A..M. Edy of Galti'Ont.,: as spending-a.-ffiw days' in 'the-^city. Mr.-, and, Mr,s'. S.- Nobbs' were Fife. The �Princes are very- fond of I surprised at i.their home last evening; dancing ana _they. Inherit the 1oy� of by the.xaembers of Court Lethbridge music which oharaoterlz&a most-. No. :2B2, wh�y 5i?ee||t';w|ll be at the forthoomiifg-jexhibltion; at the Royal Acad�my.'It; contains 63 portraits. The DuUe/'oi ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING the PURCHASE of WINDOW AWNINGS or VERANDAH CURTAINS? THiEN THIS WILL BE OF KEEN INTEREST TO YOU Ehgiiiih Awning Cloth Just Another item, demonstrating our superior purchasing facilities by being . able to purchase direct from the mills and eliminating all jobbers or middlemen's, profits. Heavy cotton awning clotJLs, in an exceptionally fine even weave, and colorihcs that will withstand rain, wind and even the strong sunshine of our - ' - White, 30c .. ------It,- - ----- .------........-> .....^....... ^..v .^>.rong _ ___________ ____ Sunny Southern Clime.' Colors are plain and fancy stripes in Blue, and White, Bro\yn and Cream, Red and White and Green and While. 30 inches wide. Specially priced at per yard Compare this quality and price with what you can buy elsewhere and you will undoubtedly buy here THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES __L. Norfojk, most Murteous of men ga^^ ., :^ ^^.^ afternoon. The, the artist a long sitting at Novfo%, ^^.jj the 'form of a very.-beautifu} clqok aMd) brooch suitably" iiBscrihed-r The presentation was madevby Mr. James Kellas, who spoke of^^Ho esteem, in Which Mr.:I)7obbs js,held by the covrt in general and. the duty^^e pnembeijs tothe otbpr^,accor^}5g -tp tj^etr fraternal-prmcjpj^. ,' .y Mr. Andrew Neidlg>b6 i'^tea-tfodf.ot .Qti^ii^ A}�x�Pdra' to give "her ^ItdMughters a.t)l��e^nt ,tlme this f^ipofP^','9ven blni;9c( there w^f to Jic>.dj)M�p)?>t J^wiUiJroHgh T^pm for �Q��in.,J"Tli;e trftglfl ^^Ot tligmffelv^S who, jof, objgrf^. iw) tline was jjpent in thn transaction of iCOutine business and the discussion ot ways-and means of raising money. '^l.: \ . ' - -^....ri, . . . �The Daughters and.-'lVtaids, of England will meet tomfir^ri^wr evening at �.'o,'clook.,> The. maphpf^ .are orged 1iq..�ome promptly on. time > as the business meeting.Avjllilivst,only froip Biph't'to nine, after which-the Sons of England apd their-ftjpnds will be entertained. Tomtirrow afternoon is, the date of the "hgur" tea to be jeiy,en,by Mrs. R. c. Shantz, 518 Eighth St., S., froip thrjse to five o'dook. There,-will be nb; meeting ot Wesley, Ladies' .Vid in ojcder to give an opportunity iil attending the tea.. At,a,-well attended iupid ejitJinBias-. tic jneetiiys ot Wesley Epwor'th Lea- 'Aij^ls ^||e^j,Dri^tol ''-^^-^ m^r^immi ,�ir?^i�^ ^^^^^^^^ gue held last evening the following officers wore elected for the year : president-R. D. Shantz. li'lrst Vice-Presj.-Verklrk. Second Viee-Prss.-Miss Cunningham Third Vic?-Pres.-Miss S. Agar, (Literary); W. Buchanan (Social). Fourth Vice-Pres.-L. B. Toombs. Secxetary-TroasUter-Miss Clark. _ Reporter^J. Ben^pn Long. Pianist-Miss Gtraco Dicer. A literary and, social evening com-Mned' to make'the evening an enjoyable as well. as a .helpful one. Miss M.' Foster .contributed a piano instrumental in finished style ; the Misses Dicer'sang; sweetly in duet, and iifr. R. D. Shantz pleased his hearers in �ionolo|fUe. The serving of refreshments brougfit to a conoluspn' the helpful evening', St'Cyprian's >^.,P. A. closed a most ..succe^^ful season by a social evening last, nightji altliough it was decided to have ther .executive And conveners of,,coin'^ait^ees. act as a standing comniitttse . to arrange tor, summer, outings,, etc/-I About jforty.' attended last evening and listened to ve;ff, gratifying re-PQrts^.from the secretary and'treasurer. Shprtaddfesses.of ^ongratula^ tion'on,the season's wori|c were giv-efi by the president, and Rev. Canon McMillpn, -A '"c^ty'.' contest l-csulted in th& favor being won .by Miss 'HioHey. A, 'iversp'^ making, �c-ntest, each verse to contain the names of cities and ithe name^pl'a^Jiruit,, brought forth the f-oilowing prize wmncr : "Lethbri^e ;has .its oranges, \ Oalg^ry .itsr, diusty, whirls ; � ' Ediponton;'ita, Sifton, and � St; Oy|ii?ian's its'girls.' ' -� ., .-. �� �. �.,�. \ � rf. Miss Hay-iuspn:;W,on the trophy for l^ipg, tKe''wost observant of forty articlp.s, yiijwed ifor a moment only. Mijslp'ia'nd iefxeshroents concluded the;^leasau1i evening. BIG RUSH FOR  '^'ALUABLE'. LANDS TWENTY-THREE QUARTER StC TIONS THROWN OPEN 16 MILES FROM EDMONTON SAY yOUNG MAN MA� WHO STOLE FROM BAIL- v/AV;. c^q,iyiiRAwY caught � , "6n"''P'ACIFIC . coast , Portland,, Oregpij,,April 21.-9:omeo H, ^teven?,, allaa Harold E. Martin, arra^tjad}jh^re,;for, stealing funds Jrom the' Or6'gP|i 'jEfectrlo' company while actjng, as.jajgent Tualatin, .swore (that ,wfte the son Haxrison. Ste-vfilas, .a wealthy i'sM estate man at lijontreaa. [His >peculationp from vai--iquB. railroads, Jhe / confessed, will reach, Into .tbotipn^B of dollars., He eaVB he attended McGiU at Montreal. He tricljed. {ix^ .Manhattan Elevated railway^ but' ot'^SlQ; and says he left & no^e tor'Ge^qitgatQqild as follova; "I. 'o.'% $33*.'', rpur -systeju la rotten. Vojir htfure �are, too lon�~12 hPUTfl and '^p, a ,w^k." The, C&nadiw JPaeiflc offered $S00 for his arreat wfter.he had absoonaed In the Sa�li�tcbeT)ran section.  Edmonton, Alta., April 21.-A remarkable land rush occurred in connection with the opening up 6� si.x Bections of land for homestead entry at the Edmonton Land Office today. Tho land is situated only about sixteen miles southwest o-f the city, south of Stony Plain a'nd cast nf Big Island. No good homestead land is obtainable at the present time within a radius of � about seventy-tlve miles of the city. .The,land opened tcdjy has been reserved as timber berths for several years past, and was opened-in response to a petition of some prospective homesteaders. , Two 01- three men who wanted particular quarter sections' endeavored to establish their claim by lining up in "front of the land office a week ago, but on the' Instruction of the land agent the police interfered. It wa� announced on Saturday tlia,t permission would, be ; given to 'those -wiahing to enter to form a lino, In fpont of the land, office at nine o!-clook on Sunday night, and at that hour between .two hundred: and ithree hundred 'persons, including a woman, made a dash for positions. The police kept^ them moving until' exactly on the stroke of nine,'whereupon the man who happened to be opposite the enit|rance stopped and grabbed the^ railings, and was -awarded-:first place. He was a real estate agent, named Kelly, and subBequently. sold his place in the line to ,a: farmer .for, $350. Som'e fortv .perlonat remSined. outside the land, office from nine lasti night till the office opened tbls moru'^ iiig, while meny - others .collected shortly befbre the opening of the' tof-' fioe." Twentj'-three persons took up that' number of available quarfer-sectionB. Table Silver Grace, beauty and quality! are all combined la silver articles marked Ig^ROaERSBiHS. This brandj.known as 'Superstatethat Wean" is made in the heaviest grade of plate. There are many designs from , which to choose.i Sold by JLuuUng .DMIwnP Ef PiVINCIAL Ms SEVEN OAKS WAS � LITERARY TREAT .."Sevenoaks", the lasci'natini;, tal'-� pf rural life by Holland, s^-i^terpret^ ed by Kverett KemP at KhoXfChlirchi' last evening "was :well ��r^elved't.and-, apprcciated.vThe lack of'nsimbers .waa, Ollset by the enthusiasm', of '.those*? picsent , ^For the purpose of synopsifE[Jngi the' story so that it could be le4s�Jy iol-Ibwod, Mr Kemp divided,iit4jiito'�. a'cts. , ^ \ ' ' Thf twenty odd characters in th) -gtorJ; were 'impersonate^,:, with,' ;,.easo*, 'hv Mr. Kemp, and he did full ins--tlce to each. It is to be hoped thjit. many more will avail themselves','of'i: the opportunity to hear Mr. Kemg tpnight in his clever mterpretatlpd of "Tbe Music Master.","those'wbOi efijoj good reading will miss a 'decide ed treat if they do not come, b^"' cause Mr, Kemp' is undoubtedly i;ti,e' ''whole show" as a m>, TEAMSTERS WAGES IN TORONTO^^I,;^ Tbronto. April, ;2l.-The*;. Tal%>y;fi|,^ companies thlp mo�ttHng.'acs�pt^^'^i3}'^'1 compromise o^ered^^iy ,tbjJB','j4p|*is'ki?.''1 teamsters and .ther,menSt3esuj!D,6'd|4( ihis'alte'rnoon. ^-^^.^-^^ receive" $47,! bxp,ej*i#oed;' and after si?; months |M. mmAWB WORD . N6t ACCEPTED George Honk,, who on evJ4enoe submitted by E'Upnl^^ Fjini\j', a. Blood In^liin, w&s tflMn,^ ietaoln shrdlugR Indi^ttjl w�9 t|ik�n''iptp; custody on Sdtnmy: !l|Uepf^ to ^ve supplied |be JndlBO, pyW^ iBtwclcants, was dis-mia��.4,y6f,^y^'f,�y, ^oWc^ ^ogis-: 'Jl|H^pf�)i5'^^|')ibHy.j,t|?iit[��d on. Saturday tbf.'t ,H^Uk',^d�,4y*'i ^^'^ hoo'zsi. Tt/hffpfivw hp' ^asJ^d^lnir 4t, ,but Jiavlng jja^jfltoemesv' hjai^jfi^jiy ijCpuld not be ,or%oi^K?d.'f:-{'.�puk. testified