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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 6, 19H THE LETHBRIDG.E DAILY PAGENItfl The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Elk. Great Savings all This Week ALL. AROUMD IN THIS ALL It's the final clean up of all summer stocks, and offers exceptional saving propositions throughout .every de- partment of tlic store. Visitors to the Fair will fiiui this store the mecca, of economical women and will great- ly profit by supplying their needs here. SILK LISLE Regular 50c values 35c Black, Tan and White, double Heels, Soles and Toes, very elastic tops. SPECIAL SILK Regular value 55c Black, .White and Tan, extra heavy 311k Los with Usle Sole ana Top. LONG SILK Regular and .Extra heavy weight silk, with double tip- ped fingers, shown in every color. S5e A COLLECTION OF WASH DRESSES ON SALE AT Half Price Regular to Values "We're making the low enough to make sure oE their quick sale.. Elaborate styles in Voiles, .Mulls, Embroidery and Lace Goods, all included1 at the same reduc- PRICE. VOILE AND CREPE WAISTS Worth up to I Very attractive, -becoming styles, made with front or 'back yoke, long or short sleeves, drop shoulder. CREPES AND VOILES Worth up to 45c The newest Wash Goods of t'be season, sho'tvn in a great variety of colors and neat designs. t LISLE VESTS- Worth up to 45c................. Fine ribbed goods, beautifully trimmed and finished, short'or long sleeves cr sleeve- less, buttoned or closed fronts. IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE ARE SCORES OF OTHER EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE SAVINGS: THROUGHOUT EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THIS STORE. 'In soipe dark, mysterious way, 0. T.! Lafchrop has'lost eighteen head or fine -hogs since the 24th of May. that there was some- thing tangible behind the, loss, Mr. Llajthrop had the carcasses examined by." a chemist; :and itr was learned that thejr-had-1 -come to their end through strychnine poisoning. Mr. IJairhrop thinks that it is hard enough sltdding-to raise hogs under normal conditions, and he is not prepared to coin bat this exigency. His suspicions rested on Gilbert Rogers of Coaidale, and he at once swore out a warrant for his arrest. It is alleged that Rog- ers made the break he would ''begin with the chickens, and work up to the hogs, and horses. The Foreman at the farm became ter- rified lest the alleged threat said to have been made by Rogers, should materialize and an investigation re- sulted. Mr. Lathrop lost some valu- able turkeys in. a: manner sonic time ago. The case is being handled by. the mounted police. QUADRUPLE MURDER Chicago, 111., July quadruple murder committed with- ah axe" was reported in the suburb of Blue Island today. The victims were a man and his wife, their married daughter and her -child. The report to the coroner indicated that they were slain as they slept last, night. RECKONING UP LOSSES London, July C. Hoover, Uu new chairman, in .the place of A. H Grenfell, of the Camp Bird and Santa Gertrude companies, has issued lengthy circular dealing with the po- sition of tho two companies as affect ed 'by the recent .failures of the Chap' Hn, Milne, Grenfell Co.-anfl the Canad- ian Agencies. In the offices of. the Gamp Bird, Mr. Hoover is of the opin- ion, that the total loss will not likely exceed but the Santa Gertrude's may' reach .CONAN DOYLE SAILS Montreal, Que., July Arthur and Lady Conan sailed today 'or Liverpool on the White Star liner Mtgantlc, after a tour of Canada and ;he United States. SIMPSON'S And Southern Alberta's Big Exhibiton are the Main Attractions This Week Since the opening Friday morning we've been very busy.' Cus- tomers they are getting goods exactly as advertised, and .that means the greatest values for standard qualities they've ever had the privilege of buying. To those who have not yet taken advantage of this Great July Sale we would your money will go further at Simpson's. EXTRA SPECIAL THIS WEEK The and Girls' Wash Dresses at......J j .00 and 13.00 Wo- men's Wash Dresses at SI.29 The and, Wo- 'men's .Fancy Blouses at. The 90c line of Boys' .Scout Shirts at The 30o line of Stripe and Checked Crepes at..... The and yard wide Silks in Shots and Stripes at The yard Crepe De Chine in plain or fan- cies nt ..............S1.5Q Southern will have to remove their to'the weather man today. He promised showers for Sunday, with clear, cool weather fol- lowing in the ana lie deliv- ered the goads, both wet and dry. Rain fell in spots all over the 'South, and right here'in' Lethbridge .24 of an inch was, .recorded. Show- ers visited Hie homestead country along the Milk River and cast of Warner, In which village the water was standing in pools. The country east of New Dayton was not.qtiite so fortunate as the town itself, hut what did fall was grapipiisly received. Galgaty received the worst storm in i.ts history. Kain B.nd.hail fell in torrents, the streets''being Hooded and the traffic, tied up. The forecast is "Fair and cool and Tuesday." OUR ANNUAL COMMENCES ON And is to be a Bigger and Better Sale than anything we have hitherto planned. This is the sale you have been waiting for. The Banner Sale of the Entire Year The World's Best. Merchandise on sale at this for all. Savings all through the store. An exceptional oppor- tunity to' saye money. A. cordial invitation is extended to out- of-town.visitors to call and see our store.1 See the Panama Canal on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. For further particulars watch tomorrow night's issue of this paper and plan to be here bright and early Wednesday morning. MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Vancouver, B. C., July, hn- ligraiion authorities ivon before the purl of Appeals on the Munshi of Appeals on the Mm Singh test case, covering the Koi gata Maru passengers. jJL.u. vomoga'ta Maru .gang will not nv ivumuguLii iiiiuu .guug will nOC nit lliu five mr-.rconed. Hindus to get back on the vessel. .Tlie Jcpptit-se took up the .Japanese consul on a rojie ladder tho Also Hundreds of Other Bargains Just as Great fOFF Children's Hats OFF Men's Felt Hats OFF Fancy Neckwear It matters not what you require, you can get it here at a reduced price The Simpson Company Ltd. FEW VOTE IN MEXICO ELECTIONS Mexico Oily, Jlcy., July re- of yesterday'? elections not available up to noois today.. It ax- tertnincc! from official quarters, how- ever, that iter cent, of the population had voted in tho states con- trolled by the government. Dr. C. F. P.Tonybcare; K.'.C., "is at Laggan attending the benchers' 'meeting. Miss Hazel- Brown has gone on a two-months' visit to relatives in Seat- tle. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Quinn motored to Calgary Tuesday and returned Saturday accompanied by Mr. Quinn's sister, of Ottawa, Out. Mrs. McLean (nee return- ed to Calgary at the end of the week after a short visit in the city. Miss Viva MacAftee, Woodstock, Nrew Brunswick, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Alton. Mrs. A. M. Fisher left 'today for Calgary, where she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hugh Craig, 18th avenue west. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Yuill and daughter, Joan, leave tomorrow on a trip to-Winnipeg. Mrs. 0. R. Tinning and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd were the hostesses at tiie Country Club on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Herbert Wodell left on Satur- day to visit his parents, Mr. i nd Mrs. J. E. Wodell, of Calgary, Mrs. K. T. Brymner was hostess ;it the tcijuis courts on Saturday after- noon, Miss Ann Patteson as- sisted. Despite the very warm wea- ther, a goodly number were present. Miss Katharine Dunn and Miss Gcn- evieve Hanrahan led this morning to spend a. epuple of months in Vancou- ver, Victoria and Seattle, going via the Arrow Lakes. being taken by Miss Freeman and Mr. H. T. Drymner, while the duet by the Misses Freeman Uixon was very nleasing. r The many friends of Major and Mrs. Wolley-Dod, of Calgary, will he pleased to. hear, their son-in-law, Mr. Cyril King, is progressing favorably after his recent operation at 'the hos- pital. Mrs. Charles Gyril and Clyde Hoggins were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crowlcy, ol Cal- gary, during the fair. Mrs. Leonard Dniminpnd_and little daughter are leaving Edmonton for Banff, where she will spend a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Harris, of Calgary, who has a pottage there. i'i'hf, friends of Mrs; John McNeeley, 01 Medicine Hat, will he shocked to hear cf the serious accident which he- feli her in London, England, where Mr. and Mrs. McNeeley were staying on returning from a.tour round the world. Mrs. McNecley was struck on the head by a piece of timber- From a building under construction, and was unconscious'five.hours, and last advices say she is slightly better. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sloan have re- turned from they were the guests of Mrs. Gordon W. Ross. '.Miss Howden, who has been visit- ing in Calgary, left this afternoon to spend the sumrnflr. at her home in Winnipeg. COLUMBIA BEAT ARGONAUTS Philadelphia, Fa., July mil- veralty of Pennsylvania eight-oared cre'w, tlie same combination with a few exceptions which .finished second to CbSurabia at Poiighlteepsio, beat the Argotifiut oishi of Toronto by half a length.lit 5.51 In the senior night oar-, ed race, tho feature event of the an-.- nual.. regatta _ rowed today, ever. tho' mild and ciojirfio on the Sehuylklll river. Tho 'Detroit lioat j club finished third; fourlh; Vesper B.C., of this cfty, fifth, and Mrs. E. A. Williamson was hostess of a delightful bridge on Saturday I evening. Four tables were in play, Mrs. F. A. Sioltr.e bfiing the fortun- aU-. J'rize winner. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. David Williamson, Mrs. H. W. Menzie and Mrs. Buchan. Mr. Sam Sndowski, who has been studying In Toronto for the past eight months, arrived In the city yesterday morning to spend a month's holiday with .his parents. Mr. SaSowski had the honor of playing at the closing exercises at the Conservatory, where he studied under three .masters. He wlll.i.glve.a series of concerts In the 'west before .returning. i Tlio anthem, "Peace, I leave with you" was beautifully rendered at tho B.yonms In St Auguslm's unroll lost evening, On solo puts DUNCAN The marriage took. place Friday at the Grace church manse, Calgary, of Mr. William Gordon Fraser, of Frank, Alta., and Miss Jessie Hope Duncan, of Fassnucg, Alta. The licy. Alexan- der Esler officiated. Clubs and Societies Wesley Ladles' Aid will not meet this week. The managers of St: Andrew's .church will meet in the church at 8 o'clock this evening. St. Andrew's Intermediate Chris- tian Endeavor will meet at 6.50 to- morrow evening'and .the Senior En- ,deav6r at Doth will be 'conse- cration "'meetings." The ladies of St. Augustin's church are asked to meet'tonight at the home of Mrs R n Sherlock, 1260 j S.A to ments for a garden party to be held! on Tuesday, July 14th. Westminster Epworth League will not meet tonight, but the young pie are asked to take hunting, flags, etc., to the exhibition grounds to decorate the refreshment; booth the fair. i The Onward Bible class of St An- drew's church will meet on day evening and.' immediately afteti TTsrip' the. teachers.and officers of the Sunday school will hold a mwtonfc. The Flower Guild cordially thanks W. Downer and Frache Bros, for donations of flowers-on Friday af- ternoon for the usual visit to tho Gait hospital. The G. F. Club will not meet on, Monday, but one week from Mondav instead. The Women's Civic Club willibc in' charge of the Kest Room in the Cranbrook building at the exhibition grounds during fair week. Afternoon tea will be served those who so do- sire. The Rebckah- brsKSh s! the IndeJ pendent Order of OddWlowB, insti- tuted a lodge in this on Domini ion Day. Sister A. Morden, Past Grand; i President, was the instituting officer; i and .she was assisted by A, Maxwell, P. N. G. The charter was signed hy JO mem-, hers, and latsr in the evening, Kebekah degree was exemplified on a- class of twelve applicants. I The following officers were elected; for the present term and duly in- stalled P. X. A. Maxwell, N. A. Smith. V. G.-Sister R. Morden M. Bradshaw, Fin. H. Maxwell. H..McCailum J. Tibert I. H. Sinclair 0. G.-Bro. H. Skinner, P. 3. R. S. N. R. B Mordti, P. G. L. S. N. G.-Sister M. Butlel. R. S. V. G.r-Sister A. Skmnelf L. S.'V. J. Kanneman.! G. .Cudoba This lodge starts of! with excellent; prospects of Refreshments were served during the evening and a.nice sociable time was passed. OB'JECTS 'AND PURPOSES The objects and purposes o! Hebe- kah L'odges arc declared, to be First: To visit and care for thai sick to relieve the distressed to! bury the dead and in' everj as- sist their own and to asV siat Subordinate and Sister Lodges in kindly ministrations to the families of Odd Fellows when in! trouble, sickness or want. r Second': To aid in the establish', mcnt and maintenance of Homes for the aged and indigent Odd Fellows, and their wives, or for the -widows of deceased Odd Fellows and homes, the care, education of orphans of deceased Odd and of deceased sisters of the kah Degree Ihird To cultivate and extend the! social and fraternal relations of life among lodges and iamilltt ol 044 ;