Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
1913 Ajjl Parasols and Sunshades A splendidly, complete nnd moat attractive showing for cither Bim 'or raln-ryour choice of this entire stock at 20 Per Cent Oil' All Embroideries and Laces Edgings, Insertions, Strap pings and All-Overs In n most complete and" satisfying var ioty of choices go on for thlB event at splendid re- ductions. 20 Pel- Cent ladies' Store Phone 453 AcadiiKock Special Tuesday Sale N EVENT OF UNUSUAL IMPORTANCE that every nun "win Uilce advmiUige. Q.f, A snle of .cyeryday at 25 per cent to 40 per cent on vegular merchandise of, .known quality, Roods that we stoke our reputation on, yet we offer them to you on Tues- dnyTprice" l.ow and in ninny eases lower than you pay else- where for inferior goods. The slatement of these facts is then the reason you slioulc eon, o hi, store Tuesday nnd stock up with this priced You will never get such chance again Sale 6f all Hanc Bags leather and 'Suedo Base, Wash and Beaded Dags, Gas- man Bllvsr Opera SagB, 'U included at livings. 20 Per Cent Off Veils, and Motor Scarf s Your choice ot this entire sujmrb slock, containing QTorj-tUIng desirable In Yotte and Head. Scarfs lor day or evening use. 20 Per Cent Olf .GOWNS AND SKIRTS 95 Cents Regular S1.60 Every garment aplon. lldly sown throughout ;ind ma Jo ot pure cam- 'brlOB. CORSET COVERS 25 cents Worth up to 4Sc. Mnile of-good cambric neatly trimmed' with laco embroidery -and rib- bon, all sizes." PRINCESS SLIPS Regular ?1.60 values Excellent qualities In small womou's and miss- es' aizcB only. Embrold. ory trimmed. Lethbridge's Most Satisfactory Glove Store -OFFERS THE8E PARTICULARLY STRONG VALUES .jru-Ji "r ?h'e tments too nre moat extensive and aalo offered. SILK LISLE GLOVES WORTH UP TO 40c.......... ExoelJ'-nt qualities that aro above tho average aV regular prices, sreys, whlto and black; two domes at wrist; heavy Btitohlns at back. 45c LONG LISLE CLOVES WORTH. UP TO 75c. .v-. All our standard gradea within the range of prices mentioned Includes In sale lot. Colors, tana, greys, white uml black; 16 button, lengths. Every- pilr a special bargain. Fine SILK NET GLOVES Regular Value Beautifully while and tans only Gloves going at ,2Be tl.OO Gloves going at SOc. 11.50 Quarant'd Kids J1.30. Walking Gloves 9Gc. Kid SHORT SILK GLOVES Worth 76c. Heavy thread, 'silk double kneq, t tipped fingers, all color? .with RIBBED VESTS 10 eantt Regular 16c values Splendid Qualities in summer, weight, sleeve- less or short sleeves, fin- ished with narrow rib lion' at tho neck. FINE 'LISLE VESTS 25 cents Worth up to Bufva fine qualities, boantitully trimmed al the yoke with hand cro- chet lace, snort sleeves or ale'ovelcsa'r U fj ION SUITS 45 Worth up to 75c, Fine ribbed llslo goods closa_ fitting or wide neatly trimmtd lace or ribbon, Large Kitchen Aprons S5c WORTH UP TO Made of quality Olngbam In blue ch ecks every one gu.rantwd washable, wide sweep, self Htnngs at Iarfc0 and shoulder straps. RATINE DRESS LENGTHS ONE-THIRD OFF Lovely 'bordered goods, us- uam- sold at J16 and nil exclusive and one of a Silk Tailored Waists WORTH UP TO Made ot excellent duality Messalino Bilk. In shirt stylo with pocket, so inucl' in vogue now; colors, tans, creams, naiy and black. ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS 4BcL-Worth up to 65c. Wool Taffetas, Cashmeres, Serges, etc., In all colors. FINEST S1UK 33C LISLE 'HOSE Worth up to Beau ttf nl duality sheer goods fine silky finish wttli louble top, toea; nnd double Cojora blaok tan' and white. Sizes 5, 10 inches. of staudnrd grade and first duality. 19c LISLE AND FINE COTTON HOSE Worth up to 4UC. A splendid collootlon In this particular sale lot, in- cluding ribbed top, others na- tural wool sdlo and others again with dainty embroid- ery work. DUcka and all colors.' Sizes SVj to 10 Inches Pure Linen Handkerchief s 3 for 25c REGULAR 15 AGENTS, EACH THE PRICELESS QCM ua iovo is a mystic nature Sent from Clod on high, o comfort the human creature, To be Hope when death Is nleh- inakM tnlmljfo worth living, to labor and toll, inga Joy to the pooreH being Wno is part-ot this mortal coll. tank Qod, all those blest WKh thi3 wondroua gift from above And pray-thai the lives of tho MB May know the value of love.. Mn. Lyla is spondin's a month's va- jtlon at Caltary, Banff, and Britten lolumbfa points. fc S. Y Hurst returned this atler- oou from a visit with relatives al iow Island. Mr. and ill's. H. Howard Dobson oft this afternoon for Edmonton. They will spend the month of August at Bylvan Lake. Mr. Bennett, .of Macleod, formerly of the local branch of the Bank of Commerce, wits a wook-end visitor in ho city, Rev. and UrB.-J. D. Francis will bo tendered a leceptlon by the members of Westminster- church, on Wednesday evening.' Mr. and Sits. Vandewater, Hull Block, havo gone to Portland, where iVill-'rc'sido In future, QMMENCING ON Wednesday Next, July 9tli, and con- tinuing throughout __ months of July and August, The Hudson's Bay Stores will be closed at one o'clock every Wednesday We respectfully ask for the support and co-operation of nil citizens in -mak- ing the Summer Half Holiday Move- ment the success it merits The Hudson's Bay Company alue at that. special. for this sale. All Trimmed Hats Exactly Half Wonderful values in season every one Pro newest of leading American designers ana he well-known Fisk Hals and otn this exceptionally attractive stock. liH... of BES'T PRINTS 10c Regular 15o Ucht, medlnm'1 and dark colors, Including out entire stock some yarda. WIDE SHEETING, 25c Regular 40c value Made of eitra heavy round thread, full two _ yards wide.-' AL WHITE FLANNELETTE Si4c. Reg. value In splendid weight firmly vroven cloth, 30 inches wide, pure white TURKISH TOWELS 25c Reg. 40c. values Extra heavy weight towels, in brown and wh'lte-stripe large sizes; SCOTCH GINGHAMS 10c.' Reg. I6d and 18o values strines. ohenka and plain' obanforays, all guaranteed foot colors. WHITE CAMBRIC 10o. Worth up to 15c' Splendid'flno quality yard wide; soft and durable. MOTOR.SCARFS AT Regular valve Extra' large sizes in silk, chiffonB or crepe do chines, as well as crystallines with Scmstltched-or satin border- ed edges, LA'RQE HAIR NF.TS 12 'FOR :f.. Regular. S for 26c. Splendid Quality good wearing silk nets, with elas- tic adjustment aid knotted at the ends, shown In a full range of aH wanted colora. WIDE SILK Worth up to 25c ll Widths ranging up to five inches In splendid quality Taffeta silk, shown In every wanted color. BONE HAIR PINS 6 for Regular 3 for 26c ..Knur pinn in a card, four inches long, crimped and made- with particularly smooth points; colora, shell and amber. thty, wi Miss Hy'den' is spending a vacation in Calgary and Edmonton'-, where she .s a guest with Mrs. Oetrgc Ingham. If Mrs. Thomas who attended tlio Calgary lair, and is still with her parents in -Calgary, will roturn home tic middle of the week. Mrs, Mlddlovleh ,ot Seattle, i! tbo suest of her -sister, Mrs. V. K Drown on an extended visit. v Mrs. S. b. Peacock, 1 Strathcona returned on Saturday from a U-q weeks' visit with MIB. L: coc'k, ot Calgary. Mrs. Koontz, Mr, and Mrs. C b. Farrow and sons, Kenneth Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. P. Hoath, Mr. Harry Farrow ar.rt Miss Dora Htch. After consuming all Uw things, tho Party repaired to the home oi Mr. and Jlrs. Nobles and spent tho remainder ol the evening m song and story. MeCLUNG A._qulet wedding was celebrated at St "Andrew's" manse at noon oii Satur- day by the Hev. A. C. Bryan, when Miss Bllzshelh McCIunE and Mr. John ItcTighe, both of Woolfordf were Join- marriage. Boln bride and groom were unattended. Mr. and Mrs. McTlgno will reside nt whore the groom" 18 a prominent nus- Mr.- ErnoBt Freeman returned this afternoon from. Qrlmsby, whero he iias been attending college, to spend the holidays with his parents, Hr. and Mrs. M. Freeman 1 Mr V-Robin Sherlook arrived hoine from'McGlll, Montreal, this afternoon to' spend the summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and lira. K. E. Sher- lock.., i Air. A. R. -MoQuire left on Saturday iness man. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES niglit on a 'trip to Toronto, Ottawa, Cornwall and Montreal. On bis re- turn he will be accompanied by hi daughter, Inos. The local amateur production, which will be presented at tho Majestic. Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday ovo'nlngs.-.wlll be rehearsed at Iho home of Mrs. R, J.' soven: -thirty this evening. '.The performance promises to be well worth hearing and In "view of Iho. fact that It Is being put on under the auspices of tho Hoa I IT'S A TOUQH TASK BUT MAN- FULLY THEY WILL TRY TO QUIT _ London, July swear like a ou Oi is 'a synonym here limit, of cuiaing Sixty-seven bargo- men wlio navigitc the waterway con- THE NON-CONFORMISTS SEEM TO BE SUFFRAGETTES TO BLAME? ton cwto ousn nccling Slttong Bourne with the Hiv- Mcdwny, mean to relieve thom- c selves of this reproach, and have formed-" themselves 'Into- a brother- hood for" "this 'purpose. They i.ondon, July Methodist cha pel in' lii? Welsh sea coast town o Pwllheli. the construction ot, wjiich recently cost was destroyed by firo today and'an attempt :.wa made to burn down iiie DaptiBt -tab orn'aclo in tho This IB th er- ire 1 'our "ease" of Notth'er in a week. As usual -v.'hea a i occurs nowadays mil IIKLE A CLEVER SPEAKER! INT BtS LEG pltal Aid Bocibtjy.tho.attendance will Four ladies and six gentlemen from Medicine Hat will compete for honors with members of the Ten- nis club on the local grounds on Wed- nesday afternoon. .Tea .will be served and the members of'Xbo home team S. Andrew's Christian Endeavor will rfsit the Christian church convention on Wednesday evening" in a body. .The adult catechism class of SL Paul's First Lutheran Sunday school vjill meet on Friday ovcnine.' Westminstor Sunday. school will hold their picnic at Henderson Lake on Friday afternoon, when they will leave the church at Iwo-tlilrty. The anniversary concert, to be held iu St. Andrew's church this evening will present a very fine 'program. Re- freshments will be served on the lawn and ,thc Klitlo'a band will furnish the music. The Westminster Lailics' Aid will meet with W. li. Wilson H21 Fifth Ave., N., tomorrow at three o'clock. _ INFELICITY AND JEALOUSY LEADS TO MURDER AND RAZORS USED Hiiltimore, Md., July Thrco per- sons dead, and five chiiorcn orphaneii, and one' In a hospital, summarizes the murderous work of. two men within a few hours in one neighbor- hood of Stfuthwc.st Baltimore. In each case the man cut his throat with a razor alter, slashing the throat of his intended viotim. Both men are dead, as is tho wile of ono ol them. The woman who was at- hy the other' man may re- The dead Frank Schullz, 49 years Helen' Schulti, his wife, 53 years old John Kurtz, 23 years old. Tho wounded woman is Mrs. Mar- tha Kennedy. The men were friends and tneir homes were within n block of each other. attempt- on tbc life of Mrs. Kennedy is said to have been prompt- ed by jealousy. Me attacked her at lier homo late last night and then' committed suicide. _ Soon after hearing of bis friend s death. SchuHz quarrelled with his wife over 'money matters. Their dead bodies were found early today, each with a deep gash.in the thront. Mr John T. rankle, Secretary ol I 'Minneapolis, July 5-Johnny kradly aaked to turn ouMn largo Jregon Irrigation a listen, 12-year-old boy, whilo the was aeri- municipal ndiy ase o re nnd help entertain the visit- Bin ana u> County he has Oreson, where I.yndale avcnuo souj.li, a member ot Educated the first regiment, Minnesota Natlon: Preparatory communion service wil bo held in St. Andrew's church on Friday evening at 8 o'clock, with a meeting of BosBion at 7.80. Holy communion will bo administered on Sunday next. Tonight St. Cyprian and Westmin- ster basketball teams will play on-the latter'B grounds. On-Wednesday St. Andrew and Westminster teams will compete on the grounds of the former. An especially Important meeting of Wesley Ladles' Aid meeting Is called for tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon. Major F. H. Copper, of Manchester, F.nglnnd who spent the past week with Mr and Harrison nnd hla namesake, Capper Harrison, lomoTrow _..-........ 635 Seventh St., left last night for Unuslia11j. Imp0rtant business .necessi- can. omparative case, hut will not yen- ure-beyond "endeavor" in regard to lie third one. One ot them "H will take a bit of getting used to it; iko clianging your language alto- gether. Still we. aro trying, but lime of the lioys hardly tlare to open u.cir mouths." Sask., July 6. The Hon. Claude H. Manners, of the Six- teenth Usht. Horse, died hero sud rtenly last night from heart failure having only returned a few hours pre viously from Scwcll Cntnp, his las act being to dismiss the squadron a member of tho Boulton Scouts in Rebellion a veteran of tho South African war and a member of the'Imperial Yco 'liianry' ol Kent, England. Tho de- ceased had betn a resident of this district for over thirty years, own- ing considerable land "south of .ipipestono in'this district. Another supposed attempt by mili- tant suffragettes to commit .an. ;xmt- ragn occurred at Bol.ilon, Lancashire, this morning. The caretaker of new town hall which.' cost discovered a parcel containing cx- losives in tho letter box..- A 'fuse, vhich was attached, had been lighted ut had gone out. Miss Annie Kcnaejr and Miss Rach- ncl Barrett, the first ol whom was undergoing 18 months' 'imprisonment, nnd tile second nine months' impris- onment, -for committing malicious damage to property were released fro'm'jiU today suffering from tho ef- fects of "hunger and thirst. WAS IT A MURDER Banff, July rigorous fnvestl gon, in 1003-4 nnd 5 wh rigatlnn, acres of tical irrigation farmer ot thoroughbred Jersey o oroug owning and operating 100 acres ol Al- success, fnlfa land nrar OK. He is a meniber ot secrctary-t goh Irrigation Co..0-----, the executive committee of. the Inter- national Irrigation Congress, ntid was one of the' most interesting fea- tures at the 20th Irrigation Congress held at Salt Lake City last year. Mr. Hinklo, who is a member of the Irrigation committee, of the House of 'Representatives, in the- last ses and-breeder I and sane" celebration cattle, now held .in 23 various city parks was a ion of the Oregon Legislature, Is the uthor of the revised irrigation dis- rict laws ol the State of- Oregon. gallon i's to he tho Mounted police into the death of .Allan Mac Kay, whose body taken Jrom Bow River here yesterday. Tho col oner's autopsy has revealed the fac ihat denth due to violence, ther bolne evidence of .on tho back of the mon's head. Mackaj waa a Scotchman, who wns omploye mi hotel construction work hero nn til six weeks ago. He dlsappeare myalerlously. several" STORM IN OXFORD COUNTY Woodstock, Ont., July Counly suffered considerably In yes erday afternoon's wind and electrica storm. A barn near Embro wa struck by lightning and consumed, to- gether with a lot of horses, calves pigs and a quantity of hay. Tw children were In" the Imrn when, was struck. A dog was Instantly kll ed as H frolicked between them. Tb children woie only shocked. James McDonald, of Woodiloc losl his flue burn, together with Uve ty-ono Pies, one hor.ae. junl.some ha ee Medicine Hat and the cnaL Major Capper left Montreal in April nnd has ilnco been visiting-Uos-Angles, San Francisco .Daylon, Ohio, and other points. This la hla flnt vlBlt to Can- da in nine years, at which time ho was the guest of Mr.-and Mrs. liar ison in Guelph, Ont. Thanks to the energetic efforts of he secretary of the I.clhbridge Ten nis club the courta were in aplendid aliape on Saturday afternoon, when a arge number of the club members wielded the racquet. Tea was served by Mrs. Andrew Tllley assisted by Miss Canning, frd Mlsa Those present Included Mra. Tillej the Mi.sos Dlxon, Canning, Header son, McNabb, Bawden, Barassln an Mossra McCltnton, Oliver, Bennot tes a largo attendance, and the dies nre asked lo note the change in 16 day1 of moctliiE, t- St Augustln's church nnd Sunday chool will hold tho annnul picnic to endcrson Lnke tomorrow afternoon. t lo aimed to mnko this outing as fully arocnlnl as possible, nnd It Is earn-' stly hoped that all the members of oth church and school will turn out nd make the affair an unqualified All nre asked-to bring bask- Loadbn, suffragette nd their six mule companions, on f whom was" a clergyman, wero jtctcrt lor raising a disturbance dur- ng the coutse ol a speech by Chan- ellor Lloyd George 'Saturday after- noon at a garden party organized by he Radicals at West Islington... De- spite the chancellor's plea ttat the removal ol the" disturbers he dons ieatly, one woman was so badly nauleil that she had to receive mtdi- cal attention. From that on Mr. 3eorge's spe'ech '.'was without inter- ruption- A NEW FRATERNAL ORDER Ijondon. Out., July charter has Ixen granted to the Canadian Or- der of the first fraternal so- ciety to be incorporated in Toronto for twenty-one years, iiossre. (Macleod) Whitntore, Francis, Mason McArthur, Power, Gordon. Henderson Coco, Lllburn and Dowsley. Mrs. Beverldgo was the hostess yc terday afternoon at a very charm ing and. delightful tea for bar gues lire Smith of Lethbridge, who loo ed -very .attractive in a -smart gow of white voile Tho rooms we ta and meet at the parish hall at four o'clock tomorrow afternoon, when by notor and street car the party will ravel out to the lake and enjoy oily time. v St Cyprian's Woman's Auxiliary hold a meeting.Friday afternoon and although the attendance was not very largo some important business was transacted. The lad'ioa decided lo cater for the board of trade luncheons during July nnd August The-report from the booth at tha fair was present- ed and was highly creditable, consider- ing the unfavorable weather. Tho soc- iety will not meet again until the sec- PICTURE SHOW HOUSE AND GRAND OPERA THEATRE WERE BURNED AT. OTTAWA Ottawa, July which start- ed in the rear ol picture show .building. Satui-Say night de- stroyed that" building as.well as.the Eland opera house next door, tunateli no lives were lost. Night Watchman Jaoquith at the Jsicoll Theatre, had a close call. lie. was louud hy the lireuicn in an uncon- scious condition. The origin ot the fire is unknown.-Damage to the ex- tent ot Ulft.OOO, covered by insur- ance; was done by tho fire. When the first alarm wns sent in tlio nudicncs. had just left the NIcoll theatre and a performance was still in progress at. the Grand. Actors .'continued, their parts-and the-play was finished, tho audience then being dismissed in or- derly nmnner. The Masonic lodge, which had thefr-rooms on the third floor ol building, lost about nine thousand dollars'.' worth oi furniture and icgalia. The..Cirling Brewery and Malting company's Ot- tawa plant on tlio. ground noor of the building was also destroyed. Ol bright with quantities of pale pi and carnations, the tea table color roses being arranged in 'the aame Medicine Hat News. The Fourth of .Tuly wns appropri- ately cei'ehiateil by a jolly party ol Americans, :who journeyed lo the riv- er bottom witli tliViit lunch baskets. Those, present were Mr. and Mrs. O E. Nobles and daughter Thelnia, Mr. anil Mrs. E. Guilbault, Mr. and Mrs. B, .Van lilarcom, Mr. and ey w ond Thurjday in September, when, the report ot the annual diocesan meeting will be presented TURKEY MAY BUTT IN July Otto- man government has not decided what action lo in view of tlio Balkan situation, but the opinion prova Is here that Turkey will not allow the opportunity to escape of obtaining, some material or moral benefit from o clash between tho Balkan alltM. WnniMg, July 6.-Canadian eihtb- its are excluded from .tie lairs of North. Dakota. "The finest compli- ment that could bo paid to us, said J. Bruce Walker, commissioner of immigration, upon receipt-ot an td- vicc to that, effect. Communicating this decision to Winnipeg exhibitors, the.secretory of the Norfh Dakota'Fair association, states the reason is. the fear that local exhibitors will discouraged because of the gowl showing made bf, Canadian exhibits.