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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TH E LET H B R I'D G E .DA IL V H E R A L D 19, i911' SPECIAL SALE Saturday and Monday Ladies', Misses' and Little Girls' Ready-to-Wear Dresses' Waists, and White Under Muslins Also a Clearing Sale of Dress Silks, Morning House Dresses at the cost of materials 20% Discount on all regular prices of Newest Summer Dresses. 339t Discount on all Girls' Wash Dresses. Discount on all 'Women's Kinion- as and White Underwear. 20% Discount on all Bays' Wash Suits nml Hats. One hundred Wnsli Dresses for sale Saturday and Monday, nmde up in good styles from grass linen, clmmbray and percales. .Values up to 53.50 soiling Values up to Values ui) to Women's Suits and Coats at Half Price Your last chance at these New Suits and Coots at half price. Don't delay if you wish to secure the greatest bargains of the season. SlLKS-Silks on Sale Saturday and Monday A Two Days' Sale of Dress Silks. A Genuine Clearing of all Dress Silks in every desirable coloring and pattern. Al qualities, all our.regular guaranteed stock thrown on the bargain counter at extremely low price for two days only. So come along Sat- urday'of Mondaj-next for a bargain-lo be proud of. 20 in. PLAIN COLORED TAMOLINES in regular 50 and (50e quality, on 35C sale Saturday and Monday at, yard ALL OTHER SILK PRICES REDUCED for two clays. DOLLAR QUALITY BROCAD- ED VELVETS on sale at......... DOLLAR QUALITY WOOL Dress Goods, all new shades, per AU regular plain pure Silk Messalines on sale at All regular fancy stripe, 1, 5 lieavy rich quality- Silks at... All reg. ?1.65 fancy Brocades C1) and Floral Silks at............. STRIPED TAFFETAS, regular value 90c and on sale at----- Very suitable for Fancy Waists or Trim- mings. THE SIMPSON CO., Ltd. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Bile. CLARKE CO. Saturtay be ttie Big Day of tills fill-Sraund Sate HALF PRIC1 ALL AROUMD ALL AROUMD On all Suits, Coats, Skirts, Cloth and Silk Dresses and Trimmed Hats And in addition to these wonderfully attractive savings, hundreds Special Bargains throughout every line of Pi-ess Goods Unfl Silks. Staples arid and Gloves, Underwear, Hand Bags, Pai-asols. Waists, Laces, Neckwear, etc. You sub- stantial savings' on everything you buy. _ y v -v- vjw v 'T V v Y _ SlEItlltY GREAT SOLDIER AND RAILWAY MAN DEAD Dnlu'tli, Minn., June the death ot Edward B. Ryan at home here today came the close of a re- markahle life in war and peace. Be- sides being a soldier in ine Civil war. Mr. Kyan worked bis way to the top of two different lines of work on the Northwestern Railroad, and two years __ earned honorary retirement and from tile railroad. His ser- ice with the-line covered fifty-three ears. THE NEW MEAT MARKET prepared to give the same satis- faction as the City Market, at least Madam, we invite investigation. You are sure of Cleanliness. ..Quality and Service when we serve you. Think it guarantee lo give you as niiick cause for satisfaction in purchas- ing your Meats as the city market. WE ABE NOT CONNECTED WITH ANY OTHER BUSINESS IN THE CITY E. OXLAND 11106th Ave. S. Phone 792 I Seventeen Names Placed on the Payroll Under the One- man 'Car System Demands that Carranza Separ- ate Civil and Military Departments second annual picnic Valley school section, one-half mile j ed that in Canada the cost of -horth ortbe now town oi Travers on government's upkeep is JH.38 Eagle Texas, Juno General Villa has presented an ulti- matum to General Carranza, demand- ing the separation of the civri and of the Constitutionalist gowrnment, was the substance of received at Constitutionalist headquarters in Piedras Xeeras today. A committee of three officers was said ncfw to be in conference with General Carranza at Saltillo, presenting General Villa's plan. Will Carranza Flee? Washington, June sentative Kent oi California told the President and Secretary Bryan today that be Jiad telegraphic information from Mexico that General Carranza was about to leave the headquarters and flee to Laredo, Tei. Mr. Kent did not give the name of his inform- ant. CANADIAN BONDS ON LONDON MARKET London, June are the latest quotations of recent Canadian issues: Montreal, U premium; British Col- umbia, 14 discount; Dominion of Ca- nada, discount; Edmonton, dis- count: Nova Scotia, 111 discount, and Vancouver Drainage, discount. The following is a list of the street railwaymen.who have been rc-engag- .ed F-.lUgby, B ..Co veil, H. T. Dell, H. Gurr, W. McArthuc, T. Holliday, J. R- Norton, A. c. Emery, J. A. Hemm, P. K. Watson, E. Clements, A. Carter, A. J.. Buchanan, G. Ritsoc and W. Handle. i.. In evcrr case preference has been given to "married men. Tlie two men who complained that they have been left out have been placed on the blue line, Commissioner Reid having al- tered bis first arrangement to -oper- ate the cars to the subway singly, providing for the backing on to Third avenue, in the matter of safety, by placing lights and sounding a gong at the end" of the car. These precau- tions, however, he did not consider adequate enough. In the protest printed in yester- day's Herald, Mr. Reid states that he was not quoted fairly. As iar as ability is concerned he admits that a single' man is entitled to the same consideration as a married man, but in the present circumstances it is a case oi keeping body and soul to- gether, and consequently the married men deserved preferential treatment. Those retained on the payroll have the necessary ability for safeguard- ing the public. SD far as Mr. Reid's stated prom- ise was concerned there is nothing j which he has gainsaid, and the argu- ment as to the consideration of the married man had to prevail. With reference to the alleged dis- crimination in the case of those, who took an active part in the oue-maii- j one-car agitation, three out oi the; five on the executive have been re-: employed, the other two to give way to the principle of affording the married men occupation. In case of some of tlie married men, for whom there was no room on the street railway, employment has been provided for them in the car barns and power housn. The first seven men on the list oi the rMmployed have had their sen- ATTENDED BY PRESIDENT TRE- FINE PROGRAMME ATHLETIC EVENTS Sweet Valley, June .Fri- day the Sweet Valley Local of ths United Farmers of Alberta held their the Suffield line. The affair was at- tended by J. Tregillus, president of His U. F. A-, E. .Carswell, one of capita, a 'Very high figure. Mr. Carswell spoke of tnc policies of the U. F. A., dwelling on the suc- cess uE the co-operative elovatprs in directors, and Miss Tregillus. At- year of S11M ter the dinner hour at moon; Mr. Tre-i tlie executive was also taking up the gfllus addressed the large gathering oil lease question in order to protect on pointing out' the! the farmers. newl of co-operation, arising out of j Bow City and Sweet Valley nines of the great., difference between the then staged a ball game ..which had price of products to the consumer and what tlie producer receives. A test made in the United States two years ago showed that the pro-ducTi: receiv- ed only 'Ki per cent, of the price paid by the ultimate consumer far- his croD. while in Denmark he receives the Sweet! 85 per cent. Mr. Tregillus also show- the all the earmarks of a real ball game, the score was 3-G in favor of Sweet Vallev. Horse and foot races, and other athletic contests followed, and the afternoon program closed with a bucking'contest. In the evening Brim- etta and Sweet Valley played anoth- er hall game, the best picnic of the year closed with a dance afc which a royal good time was had. YOUR ORDER, PLEASE? Veal, Turkey, Spring Lamb, Chicken You're Always Sure of the Quality. "Ask the woman who deals here" jv Lhc j iority rccognizcti, they have the system since its inauguration. The next six have been on since 1012. i everyone of the married motormen has hcen re-engaged. Tlie remainder jof the crew has been made up from I married conductors who have at dif- ferent, periods worked as motormen. If Its On The Market We Have It THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET "The highest in quality but not in price" R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 FUNERAL OF EMPRESS VICTIM AT FERNIE Fernie, B.C., Juno funeral of the late Mrs. Morton, wim lost her life oa the Empress of Ireland, took place yeHterilay. The procession was hoaded by the Fcrnic-Coal Creek 'band, who played the Dead March In "Saul." There followed a large number of frlcn'ds' from the Methodist church to the ccni.etery. The report that a child belonging to this family hud been saved by .1 stranger was an error, as Mr. HOD learned on arrival at Quebec that father, mother, find the two i'blltlron had beet) drowned. AB yet tho bodies of UK: other members of the family have not been found. to our Meat Market for very choicest Meats, Poultry, Fish and Eggs. All Meats Southern Alberta grown. For to- morrow we have some very choice Spring Lamb and Veal. If you do not care for a Hot Sunday Dinner our selection of Cooked Meats will please you. DELANYS :LIMITED Stafford Block, Fifth Street 452 ;