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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 22, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Thur. I Fri. 23 I 24 Sat. 25 The Last Three Days for The Big Rummage Sale We are looking for another crowd to- morrow. Scores of bargains have been added to the bargain tables, giving you a chance to share in the best oii'crings of the entire sale. Thursday We Have These Leaders 20 pairs Sample Lace Curtains'. .HALF PRICE to Summer Dresses, choice off all Nemo and Warner's Corsets. Crepes, Voiles, Ratines up to'75c for Kayser's Long Black Silk Gloves, pair The balance of those Linen Torchon Laces 5c 50 to 73c Lisle Silk Boot Hose, 3 pairs 1 .00 Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords, to The last of our best Ginghams, a yard... -11C Silk Parasols worth up to for... Boys' Bibbed Hose, 35c 15c A. Coupon with every sale in Premiums Absolutely Free ands Co. .CONDUCTING'A. REAL SALE BUitS FLY POLICE IN ST. St. Petersburg, July strike O situation in Russia took on a very serious aspect today when armed con- flicts occurred -in the streets, and're suited in the wounding of many police, cossucKs, and, strikers. Just outside the capital'a passenger-train on the Coast line to Finland was Intercepted by striket-sj the engineer was forced jthe under threat of being shot, and the passengers all driven out the .cars. The .strikVra, who numbered .100, cut down tlie'telegraph poles and rais- ed the tracks. A detachment of Cossacks and gelid armes drov.e.off the wreckers. Traf- fic 'was then resumed; but every train was convoyed 'by "a locomotive with an armed 'escort. .Conflicts between, the police and Cossacks the. strikers occurred to- day, in .various parts of the Russian capital, and the rattle of rifle firing was frequent. Numbers of police and. strikers arc known ,to have been the list of casualties is not a heavy one. Barricades .were erected by the strikers on Flugoff street, but the po- lice charged and .captured the obstruc- tions without loss. Similar" strikes are reported from Baku and inany otiie'r cities. The trains on the Finland railroad Were rim today under military escort. HON. GEORGE H. PER LEY Acting High Commissioner of Can- ada, who attended a meeting of the Imperial Defence Coinmitiee on July 14th. This was tlio first time a col- i cuuiiuissioner bad personally at- tended -this committee. Don't blame.. those fellows who tossed a man into Uubhly creek, Chi- cago stock yards! Perhaps they ithftught he was a baseball magnate and >yanted to give.-him a chance to ;ct his hands clean. BetterThan All Cosmetics Thlnlt mi put on your meant to hide imperfections. The Natural ftlow of health folloni the datli UK of 2.1efi. oMl 60 At all Dniff Ista and MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 I "GOOD MORNIN" Ho arrays said "Good raorutn'" And emphasized the AB if he'd make it happy For each, one if he could. "Good Just "good mornin' To everyone he met; He said it -with a twinkle That no one could forget. Ho always said "Good An' people used to say. That one o' hie "good morniuV Clung to you all day. An' made you always cheerful Just thinkin' o' the sound. It always wtis "good mornin' ixing as he was around He always said "Good mornln'" An' glad an' happy-eyed, Those were the-words he "whispered that he died, Those were the worda he whispered As cheerful as .he could, An'..I believe the angels They emphasized the "good." American. Mr. and Mrs. Niel MeQuarrie. of Calgary, formerly Medicine Hat, arevisiting Mrs. A. D. McDonald at Banff before leaving for. Prince Ed- ward Island, .where they will reside Miss Jean Grant is leaving Calgary nest- week oh a visit to her home in Stratford, Ont Mrs. Jarrett has returned to Cal- gary from Cbchrane, where she was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Park. Mr. Ed. Patteson is holidaying with the Alpine club at Field. I Miss Galloway and Master.Lowell Cobbledick have returned from a vis- it in Calgary Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper, and son Ross have returned from a visit' with relatives in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Osnorne, of Gait, Ont., aud their son, the Rev. Alex. Osborner of Wrentham, aro spending a few days in the city.--- Lord Seymour, Lady. Seymour and Major Lindsay of 'Ottawa, arrived in Medicine Hat last, night. Mr. and Mrs. Bell aiid two children, of Melville, and Mrs. Craig, ot Cal- gary, are guests with Mr.' and Mrs. James Aird. Sir James Outrain spent yesterday in Calgary, a guest at Braeniar Lodge. Sir James left last night fbr Lethbridge, and will return oil Weri- Herald. Miss Begin, of Winnipeg, who has bean visiting at Balfour and other B. C. points, returns tonight to vis it with Miss Downer, Westminster House. Air. and Mrs. T. S. Fetterly, q] Lcthbridgc, are the-guests of Mr. aw Mrs. John Jarrett, of Medicine Hat on their way homo Irom the oast. Mrs. Mctticol and Miss Higinboth- ara left today by motor to "spend a week at the Water ton Lakes. They were accompanied by Marjoryy Mur- ie, and Mary Higinbotham.. The engagement of Mr. J. E Clarke of this city, to Miss Clara Stomar, ot Stratford, Ontario, has been announced. Their marriage, will take place during the cember, at the home of "Mrs. E. Nicholson, 210 College street, St, Winnipeg. Tile Misses Annie and Devina Sang are holidaying at the Crow's Nest to- day. v Mrs. J. T. McKay of New Dayton Is visiting her brother, Mr. W. G. Smith. Mrs. W. Michle and little daughter of Medicine Hat are visiting the form- er's sister, Mrs. Reid. Mrs. J. Emerson Hodgson aiid Miss Josephine Hawkey are spending" the day at the Crow's Nest. Mr. .and Mrs, V. E. Green and Mr. and Mrs, McMahon have returned from a fishing trip to the WaterUm Lakes. Mrs. F. J. McCreery London, Ont., is spending a couple of days with her niece, Mrs. J. F. en route to the 'coast Miss Dorothy Wilson has returned hpnve to Medicine Hat for her holi- days, having completed a successful school term as teacher at Tabet-; Miss Wilson was accompanied by her little nephew, Master of Macleod. A pretty ceremony took place .aJ. three o'clock on Sunday afternoon in St. Joachim's Church, Edmonton, when the little infant otj Mr. anil Mrs. .T, J. McNamarii was christened by Rev. Vatlnir Daniel.. Littlo Gladys Mary's sponsors were Miss Cecilia McNamara, for whom Mrs. McCaig stood proxy, aud Mr., Ray Bourke. Aftenvajcds all motoret 'borne, where Gladys Mary was tin centre of an admiring group. Mrs. H. Parsons, of Hiverview, en yesterday afternoon in hon or of Miss Rose Heather, of Oak 'land, Gal., and Mrs. Lcddingham, o Medicine Hat, who arc visiting in