Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
YI1E LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913 Direct From The Foremost Fashibn Makers Gomes New Summer Apparel in a Seem- ingly Endless Variety IVElffllBEKHS I Hui Telegraph Companies De-1 dare Strike ['radically at An End Already Dresses Jusl a little better than have shown for a long time in STYLE AND VALUE You will be pleased with the materials which are plain and figured georgette, combined with soft silks; plain and fancy plaid'fllVs combined wlili Dial" natural colored shantung silk triusmcil with atlractlve insertion lo match. Every one an Exclusive Model Made In the most advanced and approv- ed styles. We are showing a few styles in our -windows. Priced to Special Prices on AH Coats and Dolmans We are Specialists in Hosiery CHILDREN'S HOSE Children's While Hose in fine ribbed qualily; made with good firm finisi in full range at sizes from 5'i Id 10. Eitra good value Cft- CHILDREN'S LISLE HOSE Children's Black or Whits Lisie Hosa in ev icellcnt mercErficd fiaifb. These come in full range of sizes and give ercellent wear; all sizes at per pair CHILDREN'S BLACK HOSE These come in a fine ribbed vrcavo and are J suitable for or girls' wear; all sizes 'Uc stock value at......'.........JtUl. WEAR-EVER HOSE Tce'se niacU Hose are 'made In good heavy ...-ibhei weave, suitable for bard wear; every slzj per pair......---- SILK HOSE Colored Sift Hosiery in black, white. _chara- pagne, grey or brown; splendid' line, made from food nualily ol Ellk; all 1 or at per pair OUR SPECIAL This Is (our special Silk Hosiery in black and while only. These are made from eitra heavy silk threa'd aBd'wltn ribbed top which you ot added At per pair...................... .SILKHOSE Ladies' colored Silk In eplendW range ol colors such ae brown, grey, champagne, ampfce, etc.; good wearing quality and 1 r A splendid colors at per pair Regular Value A Bargain Extraordinary Every size, 34 to 44. Plain White Middys with collar, belt and cuffs, trimmed with striped material, in blue, pink or green, neatly made, good filling. Every Cloth Suit Reduced This Week WEEK-END SPECIALS HUCK TOWELLING 500 yards of good bleached Htlck TowelHnfi IS inches wide, In striped design., This, Is an eicellent towelling and may be used for scirfi for wash elands, byffeU -etc.; regular value 3Dc Weed Special.................. fcvl. TOWELS A big heavy Towel In a .weave that d bound to give wear. It Is almost all linen out some are slightly 'soiled, but- Ihe- value- Is- away above today's values. Regular SOo to SI 00 pair; Weok End Special, vut 100 j'air Uleacheil Colton Sheets, hem- med'all ready for use, In double, bed size, freo. from dressing and value that will surprise you. llegular value 1 PA Week Kml Special, tacli............ l.JU FANCY RIBBON Fancy Illbbon used for all kinds of fancy articles, also tor hair ribbons for the girls: full five inchG.1 wide; assorted colors and assorted designs; worth COc Week End Special BEDSPREADS Heavy Crochet Bedspreads in full double" ned elze, These VEC-TS purchased some lime ago for Just such an occasion as Ibis week end sale, liegular 13.00 Week End Salo ti.fV UNDERSKIRTS ladles' Colored Underskirts, made wiCi deep flounce from good ol healher- bloom. They come In black, rose, green, navy and lillle; regular J2.00 to 1 J2.50 value; Week Sale lilt) CHICAGO, June the lace of statementi b.9 officials of the commercial telegraph companies that the nation-wide strike of telegrapher! had failed, S. J. Konenkarffp, International pres- ident of the Commercial Tell- graphers' Union of America, an- nc-unceo1 that assurance had been given that the New YorX broker operators, some slronj, would join the strike. CHICAGO, June 12. Both Eidet concerned In the country- wide strike of members of tho Commercial Telegraphers' Union of America today expressed satis- faction over the flnt day's results. Officials of the Western Union and Postal Telegraph companies said the strike, which Is only 24 hours' old, was 'practically al an while S. J. Kcnenkamp, in- tcrnational president of the tele- graphers' union, declared that between and oper- ators throughout the country Had quit work yeste_rday In response to his call for a strike, and that before the day is over several thousand more would walk out. Reports from various parts of the country showed that ths Postal generally had lost more men than Western Union, though offic- ials ot both companies said there was only slight delay in handling I business. O. R. T. Affected r ST. LOWS, Mo.. June order j uirctiinc memoers of the Order of Kailroad Telegraphers to discontinue handling business of llio Western I Union and Poslal Telegraph compan- ies after G a.m. Saturday, June 14, was Isaed here today by B. J. Jlanion, president of Ihe railroad telegraphers. Tho order affects SO.OOO railroad operators and approximately railroad telegraph offices, according to officials ot the organization. Aimilier week-end list that brings you news o[ savings o( a most unusual character on merchandise that you need not only for future but for present use well. We make the descriptions as brief as possible, con- tenting ourselves with a comparison of regular and tale price's which, after all, are more forcible proof of gen- uine bargains than tedious descriptions can ever All Oiir Finest Novelty Stripes and Plaids up to Fancy Messelaines, Duchesse, Poplins and Taffetas in the striking stripes and plaids so much in demand now for summer skirls, all 36 inches wide, shown m a wonderfully wide variety of all al the one sale price, Fri.-Sat.; Bargain in ew Near Judenifch Commander-in- CHief of Forces in in strict STOCKHOLM. June of ithe faritish troops whlcl recently ar- Irired at Murmansk are parttcipalioe in operations against" Petrograd, ac- cording to reports from Archangel. They are now near Petrogavodsk. Gen. Judenitch in Command HELSIN'GFOKS. June 12.-rlt is an- jnounced that ac allied representative (has recognized -Gen.'] Judenitch as commander-iu-cWef of, all tho troops I operating from the south against Pet- rograd. An appeal will be made to :all Russian officers abroad to join in; tbe fight ag.llnst the Bolsherihi and to help estaWisli a new. Russia. Esthonlans Quit Winien COPENHAGEN, June The town of Wenden. in Uvonla, has been evacuated by the Es'tbouiens. ft is situated on the river Ac, 50 miles nortliwesl of Riga. Appeal to Foch PARIS, June tireless) Foch has been appealed lo by Foreign 3'iiister Posfca, o! TCs tbonia, who is uiV in Paris, to com pal Hie Germans to cease hojlllHies i against the Eslhrjniana in the region iof Riga. The Estbonians. M. Pojlta says, were attacked when lliey went 1 to' the assistance, al Ihe request ol Ihe Lettish government of the i-cUisli Iroops flglillng the BolshcviW. Tho 1 Esthonton delegation has sent a copy iof the appeal to eai-h-ot Ihe allied and associated powers. THE HOME OF CORRECT STYLES COMPANY WHERE THE STYLES AND VALUES GROW J: Negro Laborers Hurt Amuck And Government Asked For Aid i .lunc race riots occasioned uy the presence of negrcts brought from Africa and other. parts of Ihe j world during Iho war as labor bal-< lal'ons have occurred at several ports in England anil Wales recently. Tliey in a nightlong fight lasl f night between negroes and while men at Carrlilf ant] Harry flock, near- I by. Ono white man was V.llled and numerous whiles were 'wounded. [Hoarding houses In Ihe j tcr were slormed, one of Ihem set on I fire and others looietl, I This morning negroes armeii with revolvers fired on police In ptml, wlic-ro similar Kccnts occurred, Q The local atilhorllloa havo for government i les Regular 75c value As cheap as we bad to ssll two years ago. and goods of this kind have advanced a great deal since then. FINE RIBBED, SPLENDID DUALITY AND GOOD WEIGHT, WIDE KNEE, SHORT SLEEVE FINISHED AT NECK WITH NARROW LACE AND RIBBON, ALL LADIES' REGULAR SIZES. iat Bargain .in Silk Lisle Hose, 58c Regular 75c value This is a line bought fo sell as a special leader al Too and you can Imagine 13 consequent, ly above the average even at that price. BEAUTIFUL QUALITY, FINE SILK CROWN AND PENMAN'S MAKE; COLORS. BLACK, WHITE, TAN AND BROWN; SIZES TO 10 INCHES. TWEED Worth up to Handsome stvles, every one new this season, medium and dark- belted or strictly tailored slyles; sizes Ib to 40. COATS and Worth up tO'iS5.00 All the newfst garments of tho season are included in Mils sale tat range of prices.nuotcn above. Velours, tweeds, tricolilies, sergei, coverts, elc. ALL OTHER SUITS, COATS, CAPES AND CLOTH DRESSES NOT INCLUDED IN ABOVE LOTS, TEN PER CENT. OFF. White] Long' Cloth 33c Splendid heavy weight cloib, vcrj- even thread, soft from dressing, full ei- tra special value al tho price. Heavy Sheeting 98c Regular 51.25 value Very heavy strong thread, wiillli, soft and free.from dressing, a beautiful clolh at llio price. Night to Long cloth nainsook and tine ranlls In birtlm- ed front ana slip-over styles. All oiccllent rallied Camisoles to Wash silfc. satin and crepe de Vnine -in white and flesh, many styles, with elaborate trimmings of lace and ribbOrn; sizes lo -U. Silk and .Made of heary tiabulal silk, while nml fIcslj, jilaln and fancy trimmed styles, to Xainsook, mull and haljiitoi sllh: white or flesh. B lilg variety of cholc'e in nil the wanted small and large sizes. White Petticoats to Handsome styles and specially good values In Ions clolli, repp and tine nainsooks with Sivlss embroidery trimming. Girls' White Dresses, to Very dainty styles In voiles, mulls, etc., Iti n niNenilM variety of choice, trimmings of lacos, embroidery and colored ribbons. en's CHILDREN'S WEAR Girls' White Dresses to Sizes 2 to 5 years. Various styles in voiles, anil Inulls with trimming at luce, insertion and em- broidery wcrk. to Pino nainsook goods, 27 inches long, handsome- ly trimmed with tine pin tucks, embroidery, and luces. Sjip-Over Sweaters Fine pure goods. lovely shades uC olil rose, Nile ami Alice blue, some '-with eori- -tnisliiig trimmings, sizes to S years. GirSs' Wool Middies, and Vine intrc wool colors, ofU rose, Alice, Nile, pie. Largo .sailor collars; afzes 8 to H years. Boys' and Girls' Union Suits 4 to 12 jrenrs, tliR test style umlprfinr- intinta we have lor boys', and girls' 1 tWo distinct siylcfl. Splendidly1 tnade and' per- Tcolly proportioned. Boys' Wash'Suits to Slripetl galateas, wlille niqtics anil whipcords "in Busier Drown, Norfolk styles. Snlondlil -range of styles, slzea 2 to 0 years. Ohio, June J. r, known lo the Itoxing .frater- reslraln Doinpse.v from inocling Jess Willanl in the heavy weight bont liore July 4. unless ho h pafd which araount, it ts snlil, Helslcr claims Is due him out jo( (he the challenger in lo ru- tclto Iioni boxing Wlllard. llefslcr made V.nown his '.r.urls In Tex Hickaril, promoter of Ilif: colltesl. -lack Kearnfl, manager of Unnipfccy, he hntl lakcii rropcr aclion to protect Dcrrjjiscy'B Inlcrosta. nity as "John the d former manager of Jack Dcmnsoy, has threat- to hrlni-Miit here In an aileron! Win. f'allcnrier, of Hnmlllon Town- chin, died B'j'idc-nly fr.oiu llio lical. f A .j c ,j ,e tf FIGHTING AT JUAREZ, .ItJAnKX, I ff advance forces of Ocn. Angeles Jf are moving In on juareK, via the llio Grande river liollom. ff tf ff rf ff tj fy tf ff tj fy ff fy Jlr. Cliff oT. Ponnlac, A 11., narrowly linatli wheli tlin In which lie was a subiirlj.-ni Ivntu.