Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
VUIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERAI.P PAGE FIVE Saturday Economies Wonderful values throughout the entire Store beckon you here. All hew merchandise at prices worthy of attention Saturday See Ladies' Suits and Coats, the Season's Latest Models, Greatly Reduced NIUT TAILOHKl) SIT1S lor Ilk' person who likes plain models, for---- KIMONA MODELS-- Pog Top SUh-ls, I'tir.............. 2.50 NI'AV diiigonsil clulh, for NKW WASH WAISTS, smart dimity waists, kimrma .sleeve linislied willi dainly for.............................. The Dry Goods Section Offers Colored Pongee Silks The shades are pink, light lilite, hill and bliii-k. tine silk 75C Ti inch wUllh, per yard New Plaid Silks A henvy Plaid Tarlun, ilii. ini-.li widlh silU; sililahle trim- minjj pnrjxiscs, per yard.. Dolly Varden 'Pongee' A natural "Pongee" with Ihe new Moral designs in light pink or blue, hlnck and Ian, inch width. 1'ci- Messaliries In plain shades of navy, hrowii, Ian, Copenhagen or purple. C ;ili inch width. Per yard New Kimona Crepes Three blue combinations, blue with Ian design, blue with mauve design, blue willi green design, 25C inch width, per yard........ Plain Crepes Japanese Crepes in plain eolurinfis, white, Ian, lighl blue, navy, and red, inch width, yard.. Kindergarten Cloths for the Boys A splendid' guaranleed to wear, narrow stripe plitlcni in navy, light blue or tan shades, ?5C inch width, per yard Warm weather jiist ahead how about Shoes? Shoe Bargains for the Men Saturday HEN'S RUSSIA CALF BLUCHER OX- Hiiiion or lace block toe: ufsoilw) iHai'CF. CO QC values ciais MEN'S PATENT BLUCHER Scat shoes for drefs occasions OC MEN'S GUN METAL Dressy model-; presenting the'tnlest In ftE slice fashions for men, }5 MEN'S BUTTON Another new model, medium toe. gnu. racial or ItuEsIa Calf 5CM values S3. 00 CHILDREN'S SCHOOL BOOTS MISSES' PATENT SLIPPERS MISSES' GUN METAL SHOES BOYS' STRO.N.G SHOES ,._... Children's Oxfords and Ankle Strap Slippers, from 4 to 101-2, for Hosiery Women's Pumps and Ox- fords, regular and for and for Women Children 20% for all kinds Cti.sliiiicro. Lisle, Cotton nnd W.J. Nelson Co. Sherlock Blk, 620-3rd Ave. Saturday in Our Grocery Department Tomorrow expert Fresh shipments of Strawberries, liniuuiiis, Grape Fruit, Orangns, Rliu- barb. Lettuce nnd Cucumbers. (Jnlor your week-end requirements. GOODS Pcnrs, 2's, 2 lins lor........................3oC Lawtonbei-rics, ilins Clicrrics, 2's, 2 lins for (irceiifjaRc I'kuiis, 2's, 3 tins BXTRA Hams, per pnnml....................20c Hams, linlf, per rrncli Peas, per lin....................- 10c SPECIALS IN OUR SEED DEPARTMENT Sunflower Seed, (Mammoth llussinii) per pound 20c Srurlct Runner Beans, per pound ;i5c Broad items, pur pound 35c LAWN GRASS Special in bulk, per pound 35c In one.' pbiind packages THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. Entire Fifth Infantry Brigade Hurries to Vera Cruz to Reinforce Blue-Jackets COXTINl.UI) FROM KKOVI' 1'AGE Hj this ir.c.ins, the technical taliiishincnt of Hie legal embargo which it was thought might have cni- the artlninistialinn in ils altitude toward Ike (.'onslitulional- isls in Xortlicrn Mciico, vm avoid- nl. Ttc cmh.irgo u-ill l.r cnforccii by 1lic entire military on the honlcr anil under military orders tu customs aulhoritics. the status of afiairs would not- tie taken Ijj- the American goTeinuicnt. YIL.I.A 'DECf.ARKS UK WON'T I'ltsirr u. s. Washington, April bad an interview with Villa. He wishes to balnle you affectionately anil say you need have no anxiety." This 'message was delivered today to Cienerao Hugh Kcolt-, assistant chief of slafi oi the army, from Dr. Carlos K. Husk of Kl Paso. j-1 Scott has TAKK Tllti A.CIOKBSS1VK Washington, April Wilson today lolil Chairman Kilzgcr- niu uf tlie House Committee 011 iiuc pro'prift'O'is. had cumc to tliei Itie two having faceil eaeh olh to tlie Foutli. Heroism untlcr cHifi- IN eultk-s, and brave sacritiCi'B wero n every nifin ot tlie parly. One of tlio unable to go fur- tiler, and Ills presence was delaying ami threateniiis tlie suc- cess of tlie voluntarily dis- appeared Into tlie blizzard and was (lost. Commander Kvaus himself, sick ivitb tlie scurvy, ivas saicd Ws urrj companion on the homeward trip, and carried by sledge to safety. Commander Evans was introduced by Mayor Brown, who, in a (cw brief words, expressed bis pleasure and tbe feeling of gratitude which it gave him to welcome the brave coin lUiaJer to the city. have Irad a.number of grcal meii "nith us in -Medicine. Ealtl jls Worsblp. "hut none, 1 am sure, I whose presence here confers sucli a distinction as dots- ibat of Command- er Evans." A luncheon was given in honor of the commander by the. Canadian club at noon, which was altended liy ono hundred members, and Commander Evans Etoko in. an interesting man- ner, giving a few. of the more striking details of the esnedition. The ad- dresses, both in the afternoon and evening, were listened to large audiences, and the manner of tbe modest explorer won him the heartiest of 3-ji.iuse mil ap- preciation from Ills hearers. That humorous occurrences should take placo ou an expedition of this sort is lot strange, yet the way in ivhlch Commander Evans tells the stories adds greatly to the Interest of his ad- dress. CAMERA TRIAL ON REVOLTING CHARGE Behind SIX MONTHS FOR THIS PIMP Medicine. Hat, Alia., April Bill Smith ivas tenteiiced to six months in l.eltibridte Jail for vajrancy, and Stella Jones, on e-ir.llngB as A streetwalker. Smith Is susiiof-Ed to sentenced to closed doors, the trial of Lechery revolting, unnatural offence, is-being heard by Justice ScolL and Jurv. The tiro montlis in ths Macleod guard- lluusc to learn if any war fuiitls were needed, (hat no appropri- ation was required lor. the. present. [1011 v.ai ll-qiiuiu JUk. Mil, In rtiiicussins 'the general condition in I er ncrosa the.Kio Grande for many wceks at El Paso and Juaiez. ARMY VOt.UXTEEK with ralicrs, 'tlie President Washington, April Senate that ar arc'rcssive act to ags'riivaic today without debate lusscrt vol- voltmlrcr army Wll as agreed to hy the-confreres oE the House and the Senate. 0. Crowd Creeled Him- Canadian Club Tendered Luncheon We'll Plan Your Dinner With You By Telephone YVr'iT this every who insist on Imvinp; .tli.o. clioiccsi. We pleuse llieni and ciin you. If it's on the market We Have It Phone Alberta Meat Market COULTK.Y, 'i'hc in (iualily bill in 1'rlcC. Free Wheat Amendment is From Front long alculatrcl l H. IT. Stevrijs niarlc a 'carciwlly prcfiarcrt speech, jto show thai UrmiiRlioul Ui protectionist countries have prcspcr- rd unite Oiosc in which free trade is practiced. Tfco debate was cor.chiitcd hy Hoi. who said (lie mem- bers frini !ljr! vest dnrrtl not fret- uhcat or free agricultur- IriipInr.CDls. Hat, Alia., April jmauctr Evaus C.U., P. X. addrf-ssp.rl 'an appreciative and interested audi- ence at the Fifth avenue -Methodist chnrcb last night, giving an accoim'. of tl.e Scotl fTEj'cditiop to Hie Soutii I'o1er or wtiidi he was a merntcr. The lecture wns inlooEely Interest- t'jing a first-hand reconl cf ti'a adver.lurcK of thai party whoso hrtive ..foil.1; and uhosc sncrificcs, even to the extent of etving thtir lives, re- in tin achievement ot their ot- discovery of Ihe Pole. TJie lecturer described the mei'noils travel, Ihoir esinipment, and the irriUe suffer In PS "which ovei'l'jflk lem in the course ot their journey THRESHING MACHINE FACTORY AT DAUNTLESS Medicir.e Hat, Alia., April bert iliml, of Wslln Wolla, Wasli, wiio lias been Roins to locate a thresh ing machine inanulacturing plant at soveial western cltlcE, has finally de- elded lo locate Dauntless, a south ern suburb of Medicine Hat. Always the Choicest .and Everything on the Market PRICES ROCK BOTTOM SMOKED BACON, 22c per Ib. Westminster Market Phone 1055 13th Street N. ANDERSON WAS ADJUDGED nt Mia .NSANE Act- 1 6UARJIIITEED RELIEF FROM .ULL BOWEL ILLS If your boards arc out of order, instead of using some harsh salt or olher physic. a Recall Ordsriie tonijlit, ami TOW you ml! feel ereat. They Usle good MI J ;so tosUy im't a particle and mo.U pills. Thsysoolhesnds'.tc-nglhcn tlie bowels, promp Stnil, Jury, iiflcr lelns nut clglit .inyvbcm ncr.r as t'xjd, nt the minutes, Axol Andcrron same so esyr and pleasant to taVc u ranc nl Hie rrcaent lime, and unfit to Retail Orderlies. We know you amo slnntl his (rial. The Judge gave tola with believe you wUlthMV us for .ithou, 'ta ;ilrc5Sf? pt counsel. Anderson will JvobaciiyourmoMymlh. token to Ponofci, and should lie re- You hive no reason cover liln reason, lie ean be tried, lie to hesiUtc when we give you tlieoppor (un- billed his wlfn nt Scdnlia, near ity, ns we hereby do, to try IV.cm atouf lYounsslown. with A tftchforK. the trial November, ho found guilty, but on a.npc.il a new (rial was p granted, with tlio nbovo U, 0, lllgiabolllcl fc to., Limited. DOMINION MEAT MARKET Saturday Specials Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs Two Dozen Fresh Made No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter Two Pounds Phone 1654 Cor. 4th AveM and 6th St. S.