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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE; DAILY PAGE SEVBK Sale That Is The Talk Of The Town Ry I Rummage Sale CBig'Bargains For A Small Day Store Closes Wednesday At One O'Clock Sharp Just to show you that when it comes to price cutting, and that we are siipreme in thc; sales business, w'o have gathered these bargains, for Wednesday morning. You know we'do as we advertise. It's the se- cret of all our Rummage Sales. -Seconds and Sample Vesta, Wednesday .Sc p. C. Corsets for .these hot summer days i We set the mce Children's Hose' Sup- JJ4 lteKl or whlti i Silk: Boot- everywhere for 75c, pair Child's Combinations, all sizes, about half fable OU Cloth, yard and quarter wide 25'c We give coupons Wide Flouncing, em-" brojdered, going at 1 doz. yd- bolts of Lace or Insertion, worth 60c AM our 20c to 75c'" Wash Materials for A wonderful sale Yard Wide English Long- A cloth, per yard JP 5 doz. .assorted. Com- :Ati blnationa, 60c to JC The only real sale Long Gloves Black or' White Fine Carnbrlc Gowns pilp over style All 5c and'Sc.-Notlpns on sale, 3 for Finest Scotch. 111 ZepH'yrs ..and prints I; Iff Every purchase Wide Linen Torchon to 20c for'.. A More Cambric and. Lawn Kerchiefs Men's "ISc Excelda t> Kerchiefs'for .....I A great-clean up Silk and Dress Goods up to VI.CO 35c Neckwear of all Klndi, 75c to 45c Crowds everyday _ Best quality Long Silk Glove's Muslin Underskirts Regular up to Baby Dresses Long Skirts for ..._._ AH Linen Towelling Per Yard in premiums Extra size Bath Towels, each- 50c 8c Wash Skirts worth 95e President Suspenders A ft ft for Men, Me for......HUG Join the crowds Conducting a Rea] "Cut-Price" Sale LANGARA BRAEMAR To'J RESIDENTIAL AND SCHOOLS Or THE HIGHEST T1PD Shaughnessj IJeights Vancouver, B C Unsurpassed Canada in. Buildings, Equipment or Teaching Staffs- Schools Ke-Open TUESDAY, September 8th. To be sure admission, appli- cations Tor .-1014-16-- should be made at. once. sent' on application to D.' McLAREN.'D.D., Court, Vancouver, B.C. TRIAL OF MADAME CAILLAUX Povis, July court trying for the murder of Gas- ton Calmette was a litl'le late in as- sembling today, and meanwhile Mine. Caillaux talked over her caso with Pernaud Labori, her advocate. Mmo. Caillaux entered the pris- oner's enclosure dressed precisely as COWANS, SOLID CHOCOLATE MAPLEBUDS yesterday. Joseph Caiilaux, the prisoner's bus- band, then entered the court and tool; up his place among the witnesses. He was accompanied "by two detectives, owing to the fact that a group of by- standers had hooted him. Two office boys from the Figaro, the first, witnesses described Mme. Calilaux's arrival at the offices of the Figaro on the day of the crime. They gave details entrance into the room occupied by Gas ton Calmette, and of'their hearing shots. Paul Bqurget, the who was 'with Calmette in his office at the moment when Mme. Caillainr's card was brought in, then told the jury of the incident. "You will not see I said. canot refuse to receive a wo- 1 ho ALBION RIDGE Last Monday gave us the long-look- ed for rain, but It was accompanied with hail in some sections. T.he Women's Century has appoint- Women's Rights Whether women have the right to vote or not they have the right to a good cup of Tea anil they arc guaranteed' the hest when they drink BLUEKIBBON Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg! for .the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook-book uit In Weltern .Write name and addrin plainly. A Home-School of Culture for Girls 33 years record of succest For prospectus "and icrma, write the Principal R. I. EARNER, StTbomis' Oat eel Mrs. as their repre- sentative. Any women's institute in Alberta sending an account of tbeir work to Mrs. Northam can have the same published in the magazine by so tloing. Mr. Simpson of The Ridge is a poul- try enthusiast. He brought with him from Ontario, a few of his prize win- ning stock of birds, and hopes to have some stock for sale in the fut- ure. Mr. Simpson, has taken some of the best prizes at Ontario's most im- portant exhibitions, and has shipped stock to the west to customers before coming west. TABER Taiber, Alta., July E. S. F. Huntrods, mining engineer and sur- veyor for the Canada West Coal Co., is rejoicing over the arrival of a son and heir, born on Sunday evening. No Inquest has held on the body of the Indian child found in this vicinity last week. Sergeant Green is sti'il here, making further investiga- tion, and Is trying to ascertain from the manufacturers of the spoon -the year in which it was made. This would give some fiirtlior. evidence as to the length of time the child bad been. dead. HOMESTEADER DIES IN BED Heart Failure .Cause of Demise of Brutus District Farmer Medicine Hat. July J. Cahill, homesteader, living in the Brutus dis- trict, 25 miles south of Carlatadt, was found dead in bed in his shack Sun- day afternoon by some neighbors to whom he had complained be- of feeling unwell. Dr. McGwan and Mr. Drummond of this town went out and tho dueler said death was due to heart failure. Deceased was .about 50 yenrs of age and. lived alone. He camn from 'New Jersey. His relatives there have been notified of his death. HON. A. J. USES GOOD OFFICES Urgln C ig C.P.R. Irrigation Officials to Commence Work on Project Soon Tabor, Alta., July Hon. A.M. McLean left Tnber for Cal- gary on- Saturday last to push the claims ot the Taber fanuftra in the irrigation project with ihp C. P.R. It is 'understood he has. been working hard for some months In this connection, and believes that tho Cv P.R. tvlll start work on the scheme moat >-r THE VOYAGE I go not 'where I will, but This pjariet shin on which I ride, la drawn by a resistless title; I touch no pilot wheel, but trust. That One, who holds Hie chart of stars, Whose faithful 'lines touch lower deeps, Whose eye- the boundless spaces sweeps, "Will guide the ship through cosmite bars. My soul goes not a chosen way; A current underruns my life, That moves alike in peace or strife, And turns not for my yea or nay. Not on the bridge, but at the mast, I sail o'er this i'ar-stretching sea; I will arrive: pnough for me My Captain's smile and words at last. on. Miss Patteson is holidaying at Banff and hear Field with the Alpine c'iub. and Mrs. F. E. Fisher are re- joicing over the birth of a daushter yesterday afternoon. 1 s Miss Verlie McQueen, who has 'been I visiting in Calgary for the past two j returned home yesterday by motor. j Mr. F. E. Fisher leaves on Thurs- J'day afternoon for North Battleford, 1 where he will be .manager of the new the Bank of Montreal. t j Mr. A. M. Fisher arrived in Calgary S on Saturday night, to- spend a few. days with Mrs. Fisher, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hugh Craig, 512 Eigh- teenth avenue west. i i Miss Pollock left ioday for Toronto. Miss Pollock remain east until January, when her marriage to Mr. Wright of- Assiniboia, Bask., will be j solemnized. Mr. David WarnocIt, M.P., who has been visiting in. the Maritime provinc- es since the session closed in Ottawa, is a visitor in Medicine Hat, en route to iiis honie in Plucher Creek. Mr. Weir- and. CIms. Peasley j have returned from Lethbridge, where they have been examining papers for the educational cine Hat News, Mrs. J. Emerson 'Hodgson entertain- ed at a tea" on Friday in hon- or of Mrs. Nicol, ot Guelph, Ont., who is -with her sister, Mrs. J. D. I-Iigin- botham, Miss arid Mies Hel- en McKillop assisted in serving the tea-hour dainties. Mrs. G. E. Marsh'of Boston and Mr. G; H. Stacey of Lethbridge were the I guests of Mr. J. B. .Stacey, Eighth [street S.E., Medicine Hat, over Sun- day, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Fawcett and Mr. and. Mrs. L. S. Manzer, accompanied by their daughter, returned last night via Lethbridge from Langdon, to which point they motored from the Hat News. tt. number of 'little girls were enter- tained to a doll's .party yesterday af- ternoon by Miss Audrey Joyce on the lawn at her residence 834 .Seventh street South. Among her guests were Louise Slarks, Cissy Bulock, Gracie Rosaine, Marjorie Rosaine, Vera Kos- nine, Victor Joyce, Joey Joyce and Siarks. The young people brought along their dolls and car- riages to the number of thirteen. The young people were entertained to a lisht'reiJast served by Miss Grace Ros- alne and'Miss Louise Slarks, and an enjoyable time was spent, and the young guests departed hoping for a speedy repetition of the event. -1 Mr. Wells, of the Toronto Conser- vatory of Music, was In, the city yes- terday, examining the pupils of Miss Pollock. Nine pupils wrote, the exam- ination being conducted at the home of Mrs. J. Emerson Hodgson. As Miss Pollock is leaving the city, her class will be taken by Miss Conybeare, F.T. C.M., who, with her splendid ability in piano study, will no doubt achieve (brilliant results with her pupils. Miss Jean Macdonald, a daughter of J. A. Macdonald, editor of: the Toron- to Globe, is spending a few days with D. McGibbon, Thir- teenth street. Miss Macdonald is a member of the Canadian Alpine club, and is on her way. to their annual camp in the Canadian Rockies. Miss Macdonald will meet the party at Banff, and together they will .po to Field, near which the camp is to be lo- cated. Mr. Gordon Mncdonal-1, ivho has been spending tho past few months In Edmonton, has gone to a.position fia reporter on tho Saskatoon Phoenix. Mr. Macdoimld is a son of the editor of the Toronto Gloae, and miupts the profession quite Journal. ts Word has just been received from Their Royal Highnesses the Duchess of Conhaught and the Princess Pat- ricia that they will grace with their nrosonee tho garden parly to be held In the grounds of Mr. P. Burns' resi- dence by the Victorian Order of Specials Wednesday Morning Featuring Children's Dresses in a Final Clearance Sale-only 36 of them-atjust Pretty summur styles in Children's Drosses, sixes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 hi the lot. Beautiful colorings, checks, stripes and plain colors, neatly trimmed, values all the way 36 of them. While they ,.25e .Men's Cotton and Uale Half Hose, black, tan and grey embroidered. Regular 25 35c Sises 8V1 io It. o pairs for WEDNESDAY MORNING Jap Mattings, 1 yard wide, in white, also tan niul green colors. Values to 40c. While 4 O J. A they last, per'yard I fc 2 I-adie3' plain Tan find Black 4 Hose. Regular .25e 13C .TuEt 13 pairs of these Ladies' Blucher style Oxfords. Regular ?4.50. tiunmetal and CA Vlcl. Sizes 3, 3V4, I .Ladies' Dress Skirts, all wool Panamas and Serges, navj'j grey and black. New styles. Regular-10.50 I Misses' Black Seamless Ribbed Hose original "Roger! It ii "Sillier flau that Yftart" Made in the hetTiejt gride of plate, and ranki fiiit in quality. I Salt tir A pretty wedding was solemnized in St. Michael's Church, Pincher Creek, on Monday, July 20, at 8.30 a. hi., 'when Mr. Sylvester Hesiop and Miss Beatrice Rawliiigs, of Stratford: oil-Avon, Etiigland, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. After the ceremony a dainty-wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Slevin. Mr. and Mrs. Hes- lop will reside in Pincher Creek. To Properly Treat Obstinate Wrinkles Particularly where wrinkles, ara long and deep, the massage devotee is apt to rub too hard arid too frequent- ly. This loosens-the skin, causes muscles to aggravates the wrink- led the result from that sought Better than massaging, or anything else, for the most obstinate wrinkles, as well as for the finest lines, is a formula well known in England, which you may readily avail yourself of, His you will have'no difficulty pro- curing the inexpensive constituents from druggists in this country. It is this: One ounce powdered saxolite, dissolved In one-half pint witch .hazel. Bathe face, neck or hands in this The effect Is really marvelous, .not only as to wrinkles, but also in cases of "baggy cheeks and chin. Marked Improvement is noticed alter the very Hm application. The lotion Is cool- ing snd soothing, tending to'relieve fatigue and remove "that tired Honestly, now Dad, could you "ehin the bar" seven times? Doubtful, eh Probably the quick, young muscles of your 14-year old could do it easier. Perhaps you eat heavy, soggy foods that take all the spring out of your muscles Why riot try It's tasty. It makes muscle. It's wheat cooked with malt. "FORCE" is richer in energy creating agents than any cereal. The whest Is cookccTfvr 120 with barley malt. The wheat berries are then rolled into paper-thin flakes, baked and toasted. Eat "FORCE" with fruit. You don't often taita anything you'll like better. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES