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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta yhitrs January 30, 191S THE IjETHB RIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 GENUINE DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, CHINAWARE, GLASSWARE, ETC. MORDEN & BENNE THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME In order to make room for our spring goods we have decided to clear out our entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, etc., regardless of cost. It will pay you to visit this store during this sale, even if you do not need the goods for sonic time, yet. The following are only a few of our many specials: SALE COMMENCED YESTERDAY-JANUARY 29th, 1913 And ends February 20th. Those who come first will have a better assortment to choose from BATHHOUSE RAID ENDS TN ROMANCE DAN HEALY AND ANNIE STEPHANIE MARRIED-CHARGES AGAINST ANDERSON HAY'S HAIR HEALTH THE FAVORITE Refined Women Give this Inviflorat-ing Hair Tonic the Preference WHITE BLANKETS - Pure wool; Bise 04 x 82; extra"good quality; regular- $6.50 per pair. Sale Price ..............4>*li09 WHITE BLANKETS - Pure wool slzo 56 x 76; regular $4.25 �A Qfi per pair. Sale Price.....�9�a99 GREY WOOL BLANKETS - Extra largo sl^e; regular $3.50 fl*^ OjC per pair. Sale Price .....^kibtf COMFORTERS-from |1.85 to $3.60. Each at a discount 20%" LADIES'' COATS-Only' 12 'left; will be sacrificed at a discount LADIES' 'SWEATER ' COATS-Only about 20 left-prices from $1.25 to $7.00-clearing at a discount CHILDREN'S* CLOTH' COATS - A good assortment to choose from at a discount of...... C5J /� MISSE8' CLOTH COATS-Sizes 8 to 16 years;' suitable for school JJBJQZ, coats, at a discount of...... faw /� LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS.- Made of excellent * quality black sateen with red flannel lining. Special � LADIES' MOREEN UNDERSKIRTS- Black only. Speoial $*f 00 LADIES'" FLANNELETTE^ NIGHT DRESSES. We have a very large range in this line which -are exceptionally good value at front $1.00 to 91.85,,but we are placing them jjftc^ on sale at a discount of... CU /� WALKER'S TRAINMAN OVERALLS -Union made-per (A �|" suit ......................3>tBfcQ MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS-Regular $1.76 to $2.00. Sale fl� 4 *|J- price....................9 � >ww MEN'S WORK SHIRTS - Regular $1.25 and $1,35. Sale �i| Qg MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-Reg- w7Cg* ular 90c to $1.15. Sale price... Ow MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS - Regular $1.75 and $2.00. Sale �� 1 'SR price.....................^ i itfw MEN'jS DRESS SHIRTS- ^jP^ Regular 90c to $1.15. Sale price Ivw MEN'S 8WEATERS'-Only a few left at special prices. MEN'S HATS. AND CAPS OC% at a discount of............ CO/0 MEN'S GLOVES AND MITTS. We have an exceptionally good range of lined and unlined Mitts and Gloves, but are clearing them out at JJCo? a discount of.............. *�0 /� MEN'S PURE WOOL UNDER- WEAR at a discount of..... CU /� MEN'S FL'EECE-LINED UNDERWEAR-Special per suit only ..-..................... MEN'S PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS- Regular 60c. Sale price Qg, CHINAWARE AND* GLA8SWARE- ' To clear out the balance of our China-, ware and Glassware, etc., we are offer- '� ihg them at a discount 25 20% UNDER- 95c of MEN'S WORKING SHOES. We have a large stock of the "Williams" which we must clear out to make room for new stock now in transit: Regular $3.25 per pair for $2.55 Regular $3.50 per pair for $2.70 Regular $4.00 per pair for $3.15 Regular $4.25 per pair for $3.35 Rergular $4.50 per pair for $3.55 Regular $5.00 per pair for $3.95 Regular $5.50 per pair for $4.45 We also have a line of English-made Shoes, the "Wellington Brand," which we are clearing out at a dis- Qfao/ count of.................6U/� MEN'S FINE SHOES-A good range to choose from at a discount Oft 07 of ..... ................ CU/o MEN'S OVERSHOES. We only have a few odd sizes in Men's Overshoes, and are clearing them out at below cost. MEN'S RUBBERS, We have the Cloth Top, Storm and Low Rubbers ^rto/. at a discount of ....... -CU /c MEN'S FELT SHOES. We Btill have a few sizes in Felt-Lined, All-Felt and Felt with Leather Sole. Clear- Qft O/ ing at a discount Of ...... Cv /� BOYS' SHOES, OVERSHOES AND RUBBERS at a discount " 20% BOYS' SHIRTS AND RANTS QtoGL at a discount of............ CU/� O LADIES' SHOES. We have a very largo stock of Ladies' and Children's Shoes. These shoes are made by the best manufacturers and are the latest styles. It will pay. you to look over tin's line while we are giving *%f\Of a discount on them of...... /� OVERSHOES AND RUBBERS-On all lines of Ladies' and Children's Overshoes and Rubbers we 9t\% are giving a discount of .. CU /� FELT SHOES AND FELT SLIPPERS for Ladies and Children at a QflO/ discount of ................ CU /� DRESS GOODS We have an exceptionally large range of Dress Goods in all the latest cloths and patterns, but are clearing them out at special prices. PRINTS AND GINGHAMS-Regular 15c per yard. Sale price, 8 yards for ................... CURTAIN MUSLIN AND SCRIM-Extra good value at from 7c to 35c per yard. LADIES' SILK WAISTS in colors of black, brown, navy and Copenhagen; regular $3.75 to $5.25, at a Qf\07 discount of____............ CU f� LADIES' NET WAISTS-Regular $3.25 to $5.00, at a discount of.................-: LADIES' VOILE WAISTS-Regular $1.75 to $4.50, at a discount 20% LA DIE'S '-"SHIRTWAISTS AND BLOUSES-at special prices. % We have many other lines which are not mentioned in this list-Fancy Work Centre Pieces, Scarfs, Sideboard Covers, Cushion tops, Motor Veils, Veiling, Combs, iBarrettes, Brushes, Cuff Buttons, etc., etc., which we are clearing out at greatly reduced prices-and we would be pleased to have you call and look over our stock. We deliver to all parts of the City MORDEN & BENNETT Phone 1356 GENERAL MERCHANTS 526 13th Street North Special Attention to Phone Orders Married, this morning, Miss Annie Stephanie to Mr. Daniel Haley, both of Lethbridgo. As a sequel to the daylight raid on the Turkish Bath Parlors yesterday morning, the wedding of two of the principals today comes as somewhat of a surprise. Early this morning, Mr. Haley outained his marriage license, took a cab to the residence of the minister, and when ho arrived back at his place of business, he had a blushing bride upon his arm. The case against those aTrested in the Turkish Bath Parlors yesterday morning, occupied the time of the police court this morning, and it was late this afternoon before a decision was reached. The charge against the gentleman not mentioned In yesterday's Issue was withdrawn, as It was. proven to the satisfaction of the police that he had entered the premises merely for the purpose of obtaining a Turkish bath, and when arrested waB not with the others gathered in. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., prosecuted, the charges being laid under the criminal code, while J. R. Palmer was counsel for the defendants. Detective Kroning, Chief Davis, and two other witnesses took the stand in behalf of the Crown, and their evidence went to show that the parlors had a bad reputation, that the occupants were caught in compromising positions yesterday morning, and that the quantity of booze taken In the raid was more than the law allows. One of the witnesses, other than the police officers, stated that-be had bought fifteen bottles of beer for $15. The other said that he had paid a dollar for a bottle, and that he had been approached by One of the women on another occasion. "Would you be surprised," asked the defendants' counsel, "If you were told that this man Healy and Miss Stephanie were marrh'-d?" "I certainly would be surprised," answered Chief Davis. "When they were brought into court yesterday, she gave the name of Stephanie, while he gave his right name, Healy." However, it was Intimated that they would be better married. Anderson, the keeper of the place, faces three charges, one of keeping a bawdy house, one of selling liquor v.thout a license, and one of keeping a gambling resort. The two latter cases will come up on_ Friday morning. He pleaded not" guilty in all three Cases. � - ,...... As the defence was not ready to go on, the case was adjourned until (Monday at 10.30 a.m. FOR THE MEN ON THE SOIL Talks on Agriculture (By Dr. A. E. KNAPP, Agriculturist and Veterinarian.) Lime is now generally recognized throughout the world as the ibest cleansing agent in the dairy and creameries. '* Espeedily the Danea, easily the world's foremost dairy people, hold it in the highest-esteem. In that country it is used, not only for clean'!tig churns and other Wooden utensils/, -hut is regularly applied to the floor, :.ceillng and walls , as well. This extensive use of lime is undoubtedly one of'the-main reasons why the. Danish butter has .won the recognition as the best In the world. The excellent qualities of lime as a cleansirig agent Ib. a consequence of its germ destroying power and its neutralizing effect On .acids. In cre- W. L McKenzie & Co. Electrical Dealers And Contractors 1 Phone 637 \ 706~3rd Avenue S., vices* and cracks in the floor and every. place, where it is difficult or impossible to cleanse thoroughly,. the lime is called for. : The bad odor, which generally is in such places, is removed and the ;wooden utensils become drier, flrmer> whiter and brighter, while the acidity is done away with. � However, the lime Is frequently applied in a wrong manner. Some farm, era, for instance, use to scrub churn-ere with sand and lime , together,-which is too rough a treatment, causing too rapid destruction of the material. Others use lime in connection with steaming, thereby oauslng the pores of the wooden material to remain open as before, thus making the subsequent cleansing more difficult and unsatisfactory. Steaming of thefie materials should be avoided, as it makes them more porous, however, If such procedure has. once been started one. must continue, but then the steaming . should always precede the whitewashing, as the lime- then' will close all pores and- oracks, thu^/facilitating, the cleansing, v. Wooden veesejs should ;be -white. �l^/lf>V>r^�yrV!iVrV^**>,****i*i**l>*i**^"*r**w Ptoi� EXPRESS AND TRANSFER ' � r DOUBLE ANP SINGLE DRAYS Office 40? Round St., ' J. FIGGINS, Prop, Phone 632 When Uneedus Ring Up 632 .' TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the CUV. FURNITURE ^REMOVED COAL C.O.D. washed twice a week while once a week will suffice for the other utensils. Decrepit floors should undergo such treatment at least,twice a month better every week. One uses unslack-ed lime, preferable newly burnt whloh Is mixed with enough water to. make the consistency suitable for its application with a brush, and the warm-; er it is the better. On the floor' and walls.it should, of course, remain as long as possible, but from the utensils it should be washed off as soon' as dry. Properly used, lime possesses many advantages; it is labor-saving 'and makes the tools and utensils cleaner-and more lasting, while the dairy it-selfbecomes lighter, and the air fresher. Lime deserves a far more universal use ott the farm than it now enjoys. Stables and. outhouses i\ should be whitewashed once a year and it should be done in the summer when the animals are mostly in the pastures. It is something that pays. Not only does it make the premises cleaner and brighter but germs and insects thrive better and milk better, while ag a preserver of the woodwork it is splendid, if the job is done In such a manner as to cover and fill all the cracks, from where the destruction generally', starts. .Thai; whitewashing is an-excellent safeguard against Infectious diseases Is well known. eastern manufacturers will, tu^n, their/faces tp; the. west, and then Western Oan-a'da will come into its own. f. However; the population: must como first ..-which is* to provide .the market lor the roaniifap.tur�x. and M*. Chaffla believes he sees signs of a change in the West which will bring the population.' Two years ago when he visited Southern Alberta, everyone was praj'ing for rain to save the crop. Now people are more disposed to pay for rain, or if it is not available from such sources, then they are abandoning the one-crop idea and are following mixed farming. Since coming to Lethbridge he has spent some time in the district round, and sees many changes which are encouraging to the man. who believes in the safety of mixed'farming. As for the Lethbridge district itself, he has every confidence. He looks to see the time when all the irrigated land will be divided into small tracts of. not more than 100 acres each. The forty-acre farm, he believes, will be the rule. When;;that time Comes, and it. is coming soon, Southern Alberta will have a big population, and Lethbridge will become a manufacturing and wholesale centre of real importance. , IT IS POLLING DAY Londonderry, Jan. 30.-Polling, is very brisk today and taking place in wretched weather. Everything so far is quite peaceable. One voter, for whom a warrant had been -issued for his arrest,, contrived to get into a polling booth' disguised as an invalid. Tho Nationalists are cohfident they will poll 99 per cent of their strength, while tho Unionists; rely on 98 per cent getting to the polis. Thirty Scot FusUllors now in Gos-port, and formerly stationed in Couiv-ty Derrjv-are expected to cast their votes. : Tho result of the election will - "be knnwu- �iont ���on tomorrow . - It's the easiest way to keep your hair natural colored and youthful-looking, and prevent it from turning grey. Its just as Important as keeping your skin in good condition. Beautiful, natural colored hair is more important to every woman than anything else. Why take care of your complexion anr! neglect your hair The simplest, safest and easiest way is to USB HAY'S HAIR HEALTH It's harmless and gives absolute satisfaction. A few applications will t restore it to its natural color-remove all traces of dandruff and give vitality and life to grey, and lifeless hair. Nature intended that every one should have abundant, youthful looking hair. Don't neglect it-help her along. Beautiful hair, more than anything else, contributes to a woman's good looks. HAY'S HAIR HEXALTH will help you have it. You'll never regret buying it when you see the difference It, makes in your appearance. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. pr>-pi? . Sign this adv. and take **>XjM^  it to any of the following druggists, and get a 50c size bottle of HAYS HAIR HEALTH and 1 cake of HARPINA SOAP FREE, for 50c; or a $1.00 size bottle5 of HAY'S HAIR HEALTH and 2 cakes of HAR-FINA SOAP FREE, for $1.00. For sale and recommended by the Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. OUR ZOO BEARS DO NOT HIBERNATE protracted nap. But go to sleep, and stay for six months while the regulation winter holds sway, never. And that was the cause of a couple of hours' excitement at the park last night. Two of the trio of Bruins escaped. They woke up and found the mild May weather to their likiny, and resolved that they would take a stroll. They strolled for a couple of hours, while a couple of the police who had been called in to keep the Zoo from spreading too far, had a busy time of it- At last, after'many trials and tribulations they managed to get the smaller one. back in the' cage, and the other was left at large, with a man on duty to keep guard. However, early this morning the wandering Bruin thought better of it, and just before breakfast, came home to his pals. A new cage will be recommended by the police as a preventative of further explorations by the growing Teddies. IN WRIGHT'S WINDOW The MagTath Shield, emblematic of the Football Championship of Leth- � bridge, is no won view- in th� window of Wright's jewelry store, Fifth street.. The. beatffiti.fuL..trophy Is--attracting wide attention, as it. is the best emblem of its kind ever seen in Lethbridge. CHAMBERLAIN . RE-INDICTED TWO GOT OUT OF CAGE AND THE POLICE HAD A LIVELY CHASE When is it wintertime in Sunny Alberta ? That is a debatable question. The chronic grouch says that there , are only two seasons, July and Winter. The smiling boosters says that winter is too busy in other places to remain long here. And if you were to ask the bear at Henderson Park Zoo, it is ten to one you would arrive at the latter conclusion. . For there is no winter with the bears out at the park. Sometimes they get sleepy staying up tqo long in the .bright sun, and take a New York, N.Y., Jan. 30.-Charles P. Mellen, preslden of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railway. Co.; E. J. Ohaberlain and Alfred Smithera, president and chairman respectively, of the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, were re-indicted today by. the Federal Grand Jury for violation of the Sherman anti-trust law in an alleged monopolistic agreement � between the New Haven and Grand Trunk roads. ? ���  ? dr. n EBB ITT dying * ?  ��--��>. + ? Toronto, Ont., Jan. � 30,-Dr. * ? Seattle Nesbitt has had a. re- ? lapse. His condition is decid- > 5�: edly worse. * A Benefit Concert I Under the auspices of the Kentish Association will be held in the S. O. E. Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 4th Proceeds to be devoted to the benefit of little Gertrude D6e> who met with the painful accident on the C. P. r. track*; The following artists have kindly consented to assist $ MISS C. SIMM MR. A. McGOUGAN. MR. G. FLEMING. TICKET8; LADIES' 25d; Mr: 6. ERYER. , MR. J. T. PETTS. * , MR8�. Rr.WADDI NGTONi ; ACGOMBANi&T. < Can be obtained of Messrs. J. waring, C. Wakelen, T. "Standing, THIS IS A DE^RVIn|' c$fe/ '' ' J Ml^M- �^ ' -,Vi f ;