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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tluu'sflay, June 5, 1013 THE LETHBUIDGK DAILY Council Will So Notify At- in- v Canada Train Visit MILADI EDITED 8Y "INO" Offlc. 12N Ret. 1111 Migralh, June great deal o! live interest was taken in the ol tbe special jes- [today. Long before tba jrrital-ul Uhe train the streets were thronged Kujth people the outside dis- and when the train pulled m W there was a large crowd ieady to It.' tt tidiness houses closed for jtuo hours and the school tlnldrca 1 l.tU BOYS' GALATEA BLOUSES Ltghl and dark shades (or boys of Z, 4, and 5 years. Itegulsr EOe and C5c (or BOYS' NEGLIGEE Shlrls made coal style, islth soft doullc collar and enfts lo maich. Hegular Sizes lo 14, for................ OOC A Welcome Bargain in Turkish Towels 100 dozen heavy udght nnd extra absorbent quality of Turkish Towtls In white or firey Bttiiied. Sizes x 3G and 22 z 3G; for, per pair Other Items in Dry Goods Dept. Ladies' Colored Sunshades 65C Swiss .Embroiclcry Flouuciiigs, yd. 25c Large; liaiv 12 for ____ GIRLS' TAN OXFORDS Blucher cuE, spring heel vlcl Elrap slippers lo 10 1-3. Regular 51.61) per vair. for 1 TAN CALF OXFORDS For Misses, a smart and eilreraelv durable slice for every ilay wear. Sizes 11 to 2; Regular {2.25 per pair. For MEN'S OXFORDS Heavy grey canvas, llueher cut Oxfords, with solid Icalher solo and heeL Regular per pair, for...................................... LADIES' VICI OXFORDS Dlucher cut, patent tip, all sizes and half sizes to 7. Rogular 53.00, for................ leather In the Carpet Dept. JAP FIBRE RUGS A rug of MeejtionaHy rich aripoarauce acid unuealablo for reil hard near. Oriental medallion designs. 6 ft. x 9 Hpg. CO (or V6" x Reg.1 00 for i 12 ft. Reg. for JAP MATTING Strongly woven1 and well seasoned -Japanese; Slatting, ueat greco aad crJmEon. de- signs on' natural ground-r- good for B-jmmor bedrooms. Resular rrka 25e. 4 Q for... a.V..........I3C iS6.75 OUR NO.JS iiiul 513 ANY NUMBER? CONNECT WITH-- ANY DEPARTMENT THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES Grocery Bargains 20tb Sack B. C. flj 4 4 C Grin- Sugar H> I 2tb Tin C. B: Jam Harris', English Bacon Government Creamery Butter, two pounds for Boiled Ha pound' Canadian per to f Calgary, June estab- lishments o'.ilsklo of Iho .Master Plumbpre' Qasochlion, arc acceding to the- demand ot the'PItimbers' Union of to ccnls per hour, and matiy of tho ant business meeting yeslerday alter- and 'imorning. lo have a refresh-1. deed to he confralulated on the ren4 EOclalB Membership fees Arrears in dues Duos'.......... Talent money lecture...... loohs as though the strikers 'will win. FOR TEETHING CHILDREN plumbers nent bacfc lo work this The- Master Plumbers' noon, ana 1 deci.ita lo have a rejrcsh- rcmalns b.jt a3 mrnl booth at the fair Jn June Thp lhero on, ffrms re nt- hoBlcfses were Mrs. Green and Mra. Ld jn association, Oa against Ihir- v Independent concerns, The following annual financial re-1 port ol Iho Wesley Ladles' Aid for the year ending April 30, 1013, le si highly one, and tbe ladles In- 237.35 351.77 .3.00 4060 22.JO SOME OF THE PLAYEHS OF THE "DEBORAH" COMPANY AT PRESENT PLAYING- IN .TORONTO, WHf WERE IN THE POLICE COURT ON TRIAL FOR ACTING IN AN IMMORAL.PLAY The production of "Deborah1' caused nothing less than a small sensation In Toronto. The morality depart men headed by Rev. John Cob urn, has agitated the movement against this problem, in which Leg rand Holland, the authoi an Limes that woman should be a mother whether married or not 'The pray has been allowed to be put on diir ing the week, and the box office has been reaping a veritable harvest of receipts. Representatives (ram headi o cevercl of the large theatrical circuits In New York, came here to witness the performance, and offered subitantU sums for the Immediate production of the play In New York Snapshot.taken as the figures In the "Deborah" case were leaving the police court. No. 1 Is Leg rand land, author of the play. No, 2, Is Nillson and No. 3 fs Mrs. Jones. From top to bottom: Miss Carlotta NlHson, Miss Brooke, MEss Marie Day and Mrs, Jones. Vancouver, June Issued a public warning today thai t many people >re comirig to Vanc ver seeding worh, having good positions in tho Old Money tightness Is sloping up things and the Mayor fa afraid that thcte win he many of the new arrivals out of tbla winter. SKETCHED IN THE the actors play btfore CoTonel Dtnixn on the charge of performing In an Immoral ;