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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDCE DAILf HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914 SATURDAY The FINAL WIND-UP of OUR GREAT JULY CLEARANCE SALE Xow for final oi'a sale. fully satisfied with the high standard ol qualify of these purchasea consist, and the genuine discount of prices. We aie satisfied that wo have accomplished one object, the clearance of the season's mer- chandise to make room for fall goods which are soon to arrive. We predict a heavy day's I with a- few lines to adc YA ANDERSON SCOTCH GINGHAMS 15 cent values, for per yard ENGLISH PRINTS "ORUMS" 15 cent values, per yard (Remember 'these are Crum CREAM BEDFORD 27 L wide; reg. nOc values, -per yard POLKA DOT 2S inch 25 cent values; per yard MEN! IF YOUR WARDROBE REQUIRES REPLENISHING WITH A NEW SUIT DON'T -MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY to -purchase suits, good serviceable business suits, correct .in style and fit. Good quality tweeds and -worsteds, none .but 'high grade lor Saturday and have made ready further interest to enthusiast ie shoppeis. RDAGE VALUES i 1flf> WHITE 1 7 1 1 Regular 20 cejit per 1 B v ._- LONG IRft IC'gC Regular 17i5 cent tallies, per tard IOC Prints) DOTTED ReMiI.n jc vane arti Jicnes_ In tan only Regulai 20c values, per >ard 1 WW ?flp JAPANESE KIMONA tww Regular oOc per -Saturday Shoppers FRESH FRUITS v-iiniDric NightgOAViis Fine Cambric gowns. lace or embroidery trimmed neck and -sleeves; all sizes. Reg. Ujftrt price Sac, for each vw v Women's nightgowns extra large size Fine Cambric gowns, irimn med with embroidery and finelv tucked yoke. JJ'B Regular for 1 Women's Crepe Drawers Crepe Drawers, trimmed with linen lace. Regular OCj% price 51.25, for O3C Men's Summer weight Combinations -Fine wniie- :isie "ComDlnation mits.. Feel just lite. silk, but wear longer and perfect fitting.- -Sizes :'A to 40. These suits sell regularly at C1 Efl "Per suit I.OU Yours for ea. BOYS! BE IN.THE GET Crate'.. BIMJ Per pound TOMORROW A limited number of fine cashmere suits, the color is a navy, :grouhd ivKIi white "trimmings. Suits wprth at least 65'c a garment. Only 45c. Each Men's 'Horse Hifie GfloAres Strong gloves with string fastener; warranted to f.-ear. Usual price 75p. For per pur 'pounds for Per basket r. Pearp.-nd Cantelbpas to Arrive Red and White Currants Coming in daily. Lethbridge grown 2 baskets for 25c (large" baskets) Per Crate LINES OF CROCKERY AND KITCHEN HARDWARE AT COST FOR BALANCE OF The BENfllY CO., HABDSHIPS FOLLOWING FIRE INT SALEM, MASS. The people left homeless, after tne twenty-five million dollar fire at Salera, were forced to endure tremendous hardship, having ;o camp out in tents, and secure food, from stations. The picture showy citizens waiting in line iit one of the stations' for supplies., What Would You Like For Dinner? The summer appetite needs tempting. Our meats are selected for this purpose. Let us help you select. If it's on the market we have it THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET "The highest in quality but not in price" R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 BON HAND RAISED mm REGULARS CALLED OUT AFTER THE DEPARTURE OF PRE- MIER OF FRANCE St. Petersburg, July measures wera taken bv the aut-hoti-i tips today to suppress the strike! noii which hate been in progress tor, several days iii.ths streets of thej which a large number of casualties have occurred .in the conflicts between the police and cos sacks on one side and the strikers on the other. Considerable leniency was shown during the presence' here oi Raymond Poncairc, President of the French Republic, but immediately after. his departure regiments-of cavalry oi the guard and cuirassiers arrived to as- sist in suppressing disorder. A squa- dron of the cavalry at onee charged and dispersed a crcWd of strikers.' Street-car service, interrupted for 48 hours, was restored today. Strik ers hurled stones -at the cars as they progressed through the streets', but the manifestants were quickly dis by cossacks. One significant feature of. the strike is that the movement has been joined by many government employees lUfSDl'UI CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Block Saturday's Matchless Values In the Mid Summer Sale Scopes of women already profited by the Iromondo'iis, reductions offered in this great Money-Sax iug Event, To Morrow Will Be The Big Day Of The Sale -and hundreds more will find it to their advant- supply their needs at this store. age to MESSALINE SILK CEo For DOC i'ard wide, all colors. CREPES AND VOILES for A good selection, worth up to 60c FINE EMBROIDERY Swiss Edgiugs arid In- sertions in good' quality 5c WIDE RIBBON Worth iip to 25c All colors included. LONG LISLE GLOVES Splendid silk lisle, for All HOSIERY SALE Worth 35c. Lisle and .cottons in. white and tan lOc 35c 19c black, CORSET .Worth .up to Odd lines In all yjzes up to 27 VOILE WAISTS, Worth up to ?2.iiO, Drop shoulder, long sleeves, front1 and back yoke. LARGE brown, extra heavy and strong reg. 45c s up to 27 ves, lite. 'pr, 25c SONS OF 1ST LARGEST VESSEL ON LAKE ONTARIO AND FROM KOMAGATA MARU NEARLY DROWNED Ferriie, B. C., .July 23. Stray members ot the advance guard of the C., Julv the' sons are calling off at Fer- Komasata Marii: was passing through hie and Police Magistrate Whimster Plumper's Pass two. Japanese were is always ready for a reception. T. dive .overboard, and the "man McKinnorr, charged -with' vagrancy, signal, was given to .the was sent up lor twenty days. D. convoying cruiser, Within a few sec- disturbing the peace, fined onds one of the warship's cutters was and- cost's.- Mike 6'Grady, who doesj lowered and. manned: With a strong hob believe in Home Hub, contribut- breast stroke the two Japanese sea- ed Sllrro the Albert men were endeavoring to combat the ivho was in a hilarious fast running current, but they were frame oi mind, donated Mi. Justice fast becoming.exhausted. In the nek of 'of Wardner, sent when completed of time the -Rainbow's cutter ovcr'r Wm. of the sons oil g, t 111 i ne took them and brainy arms hauled rest, upiqr. two months. _ accommodation of whiab she w the halt "drowned men into .the cut- t -Tho brokerage business formerly op- j before the fall season ter. They were then put aboard.the crated by the J ate-C. E. has Rainbow .-and placed under the taken over by I: F. Pickett. doctors. j .The-Rev. Robertson ha's teen appointed rector: of Christ's church. Mr. Robertson has ;bc-efi s bale the distraction of being the la per'd est The Japanese- had evidently carc- j fully planned .to -'escape from the ship as when they were picked up they Tvrre in 'bathing., suits and had their clotht-s strapped to their ,-_ cjiargc of Summerfand, B. C. A strenuo.us game ot foothail was fought, .out; at the football" grounds backs. .They were unacquainted with '-last night between teams of the itiis strong nature of the tide running! Trit-es-Wood and the Teamsters, "through the Commander Rose; nearing ,yiptpria, the resulting iiua, draw. r dwelling house located on .Fcrnic .was totally-, two Japanese aboard, the ___( which th3V had so suddenly taken stroyed by fire yesterday. As-it Avas departure. The Komagata pass-1 far out of the city limits ed out beyond Qape Flattery last'the city water supply the city, bri- night. The Rainbow is expected back j gade were unable to render any as- from sea tonight. Huerta Sets New Style for Interviews; Asks Own Questions; Then Answers .Puerto Mexico, pre-J ernment. I declare to the world that sident Huerta, who arrived here on a the line oi conduct .1 have always fol- special train last night, has recover- ed from the attack of indigestion which bothered him on the trip from Mexico City. He refused to be interviewed last night, but after a good rest aboard the train he called a number of news- papermen into his car today. He was in one of his grimly genial moods. HUERTA HIS OWN QUESTIONER After a round oi handshaking the correspondents opened fire. A hand lowed had no other, object than my. heartiest desire for the pacific a tion-p[ I ABRUPTLY ENDS INTERVIEW Gen. Huerta dropped his cigarette arid turned'to leave. E "But, began one pondcnt. "No. Not any more. No, I don't want to say anything about the Un- ited States. I am not talking, I am through." of warning was raised, and the dic- tator said "No, no do not do that. I want this to he one oi those question and answer interviews, and I am going to do both the questioning and an- swering mysel i.'' Huerta blew the smoke from his cigarette toward the ceiling, while some of the American correspondents how were being told by an interpreter what they were expected not to do. The general then continued 'Yes. as men in the madhouse do, The photographers present in chor- us then requested the general to leave the car so.that they might take his picture. The old soldier smiled and said his picture had been printed ,so badly by almost all and that the world already bad such a sion of him as to make him hesitate to give the American photographers he was. GIVES THE GUESTS GOLD SOUVENIRS All the time, however, .Gen. Huerta I am soim; to ask rav own questions moving toward the door. When then them. You T see, Iv he. reached -the ear door ho began know the answers." i and said: TELLS WHY HE He then asked his "interviewers to write down the lirst question, as Follows "Why did I resign V" His reply, -which he also insisted should he written down, was I H hcn- to New >ork someday you M '1 Then, as an afterthought, he said "I will pay if I have the money.- If not, I shall not hesitate to 'borrow from you." j His mind being on money, lie then; said "f resigned the presidency beeauscj "Here, I would like to present to! I belietrd that after having arranged' Cacb of you a little souvenir of the! he international'affair my duty, was after the cuskoi of J to give this last, proof of my deVo- certain other Latin-American riigni-. ,ion to the sons of the republic. Also taries, he brought from his pursa a1 I was that my resignation handful of gold coins anil presented; would serve as a means of concilia-, onc Of them to each tion between all the sons of. the re- adding: j "Mexican money would not buy' much now, but the coins will serve as' tokens of remembrance." NOTABLES HAVE PICTURES TAKEN I Heiorc a battery of cameras and moving picture machines, Gon. Huer-( ta and Gen. Rlanqiict, yrith.a group .prritory has no other cause than to of Federal officers around them, leave the new government an ample talked together, and took oft field for action. 1 also believe my con- Iheir all to the command of tiritianco here would to cmi- the American picture men, and .lectures which would result in preju- through it all the former president dicing the proceedings of the new gov-i acted like a veteran iiiblic." GIVES SUCCESSORS FULL SWAY The second self-asked question was: "Why.are you leaving the country while yon are still able to serve It was answered as follows "My departure from the national FOR ONE WEEK ONLY A CLEARING SALE ot All Summer Dresses for Women, Misses Children We arc cletenniuccl to clear Hie stocks of Summer Drosses within .one week.and to do it the greatest bargains from -A. well- selected stock nicely assorted in sixes niul styles, 'teo.member they all must go ;it. any :old price and of course the early customers will find tin! best picking.1 Fancy Dresses .yaljies Sale Price ...I Fancy Rafciiie and Crepa Dress- es, newest styles also all white Voiles and.--Crepes. Any dress in the j. lot .would be considered good value at. For one week tlie price will fffi only be...........' 3 Women's: Summer Dresses Reduced to This Lot includes all our Dresses that sold at and Still a fair as- sortment, of styles and colors and sizes run from 7C 34 to 40; Clearing Women's Morning' Tub Dresses At a Big Saving in Price Dresses Clearing "at Dresses, Clearing at Dresses Clciiring-at Dresses Clearing at Women's .Faucy Slimmer Dresses at For Values up to Crepe, Terry, Pique and many other popular materials made up in the season's good'atylos in colors- and white. ?S.50 values for Girls' Wash Dresses Here is a great Bargain, In- GIr'.s' WilEll Gingham and Per- cale Dresses. Sizes nin from C to 14 years. Assorted styles and colorings; the regular prices ranged from np to Final Clearing Price BACH............ GIRLS' WHITE LAWN DRESS- ES ALMOST HALF PRICE INFANTS' LONG DRESSES AT ALMOST HALF CHILDREN'S ROMPERS AT ALMOST HALF (loQJs'ri't 'matter what .'kind, of ..ft Suinmor A'OU require, yon can get'it here.at al- most half life rcwuiiu- price.. Come tolnor- roAV iiiid get the first chance at them. THE SIMPSON CO., LIMITED ;