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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin; DAILY HERALD SIMPSON'S ANNUAL MID-SUMMER CLEARING SALE .Since the Opening .of this Great Sale Morning lune been very busy: in Isul, the greatest-rush of business had. .And u e lueiin Io keep up the enthusiasm Io the offering the public new reliable merchandise tit the'snmllesl prices ol licaid of in all South- ern Alberta. v expect big: .doings amoiiff tlic Wash'Goods ;nul l-twuly-lo-Wcar Garments, Jor the next few days. We've priced them so low that buy ing is made Look Over This List of Wash Goods and Note the Price Reductions 3fic Plain Cotton Voiles, all shades, per yard............ ......2Zyzc., 6Qc. Fancy Voiles, very handsome patterns .45c. 65c. Cotton Stripe Voiles, 40 inches wide, per yard............. 48c. 3Sc Cotton Foulards, fancy and bordered....................22ysc White Cotton VoKtings, per j'ard... 22c. Mercerized Zephyr Ginghams, per i.l..... jific." Repp Bedford Cord and Rajah Suitings Muslins, or per Clearing Sale of Muslin Kimonas 5100 Fancy Muslm Kimonas in piett> colorings of floral and stripe niatei Idli Clearing sale price, each 60c. W 00 I ong Musllu Kimonas for S2.00 }450 Long Coloied Ciapo lumonas satin tinnined (lark shades 5JOO Plain Japanese Crape Kimonas, deep fancv oorder and cold tllmmlngs Sale price White Muslin and Embroidery Dresses for Young Women Reg. 15.00 White Dresses Reg. J4.50: white Dresses Heg. .White Dresses for........ Reg. 110.00 'White Dresses tor Big Savings if You Buy Dress Goods Now TOc pure wool navy serge, extra wide navy serge, per yard.....SOc. and ?1.50 twill wqol.aergeg, por yd. ?LOO and faacy medium dress goods in many shades, jier yard ........75c. S5c good in checks ud stri] es Sale price, per jard 25c BEST IMPORTED PRINTS AND GINGHAM3 12k ,Iu .a big range of patterns The Chance of. a Lifetime to Se- cure a Stylish SILK DRESS and Values. -Selling in tihia Big Clearing "sale at Ladles' Alornlng House Dresses ab as Each made up in'the season's best-style. Others at 50, 00 and 13.50 Chlldi en a Rompern 5gf Children s Sataen Dravors 35C Embroideries, Laces and Dress Trimmings Reduced in Price ?125 cinbroideij flounungs, 45 inches wide, per 95c Tic Flouncing, 27 mcljeb wide, per yard 58c. 66c Flounungs, 27 Inches wide, Sale puce, per 50c. AH Other Lines Reduced Yon Scave on meivlhing Ijuy bore while tho Big Clearing Sale is'on. The mcne the greatei yom savings JL you have been unable togct licieyct, come as soon as you cnn The bfugfims hold good until end o1 Household Linens and Cottons i Only about 100 yardi left of sheeting. Selling at per yd. Z3c. 70 inch Pure Btomched Table Linen Regnlai value TOc Sale price 1S 50C 42 and 44 inch pillow slips sach 15C S i Bleached Sheets, each 7gc Bath Towels, Regulai lali.e 15c, for ioc Bath Hegular la ue 30c for ALL OTHER LINES AT REDUCED PRICES The Prices on Sunshades Are Down The Sunshade Stock io veiy complete, with all the newest coverings ami handles; also the new drooping frames. We are selling beauties at and up to Bverj one worth from 50c to 5100 more than the puce we ask Gents' Hose and Underwear Balbriggan Under Shirts and Drawers, per suit Gent's fine very light shirts and drawers, regufai value 00 Sale price each Women's Waists at Exactly Half the Former Price TweiUy-fivp only. Wash Siurs (Coal, and Skill) made up from Duck, DiiJI, Repps ,ind Een- gnhnes, in of tan, blue, oystei white. All 310.00 lines I'oi all lines foi all 00 for If Dry Goods You Require, Simpson's Store Will Serve You the Best The Simpson Co. Limited HILLCREST NEWS A quiet wadding ceremony was performed yeiterday, when Miss Kitty rtobt.on, late of Rowland's dill, County.. Durham, England, was joined In matribioliy to Mr. Fred Miller, of Hlllomt, iit Illllcreat. Miss K. Robson Ir well known I0 ninny residents of and l-'rcii Is a favorite among ill the hoys, and their numerous friends and acquaintances in and around Hlllcrest wish thorn many long.-yum of ha.ppy married life. The sturdy left ta'clf on the Mill- crest team received a nasty kick a before (he game with Hurmis was cnllikl last night. Alf. Wicks and one of Hie Unrmls for- wards were ifler the ball at the same 'time, and In manoeuvring nround to fiot control of tlie'biill the Uurinis man accidentally kicked Wicks oil the instep. Wicks refused to leave I lie field, and, although in groat pain, WHS forgetful of everything but the game, whenever Ills team needed him. He has the true sportsman's spirit, and we hope to see him in shnpe lov tho next game played. .Mr. Crenacy was in town bringing harmony Into many a Hill- crest home. The average piano-tuner is generally a mistrusted man, but Mr. Crensey Is admitted to be th'o test, man that over Iwangod a string through the Pnss. Allliuiigh this was only his second visit, ho has booked several contracts '.'or tuning nianoa In town, and wn understand he Is working un large connection in all tilt; surrounding mining towni.' I'age 5 WHITE WIFE OF RICH CHINAMAN TREATED AS ORDINARY ORIENTAL Mrs. Frank 'Law of Pough Ndt Permitted to Drive Around Van- couver Travels With 'June Travelling across Canada In .similar tu freight and other shipments, except for luxurious surroundings, served. Working on the Platform Chicago, June 21.-r-The resolutions committee adjourned at 12.50 a. m. without having reached an agreement on the tarilt'h-ptank.'- Several drafts were referred to Charles Hopkins Clark, of Connecticut, who will bring in a composite draft of the many pro- posals when the committee resumes its session :iL 3.30 o'clock today. Aiem- jei's ;of the subcommittee declared ;lmt there was substantial agreement ii respect, to 95 per cent of the pro- planks. Aleasri. Rowell, of Cal- ifornia, Record of .New Jersey and ladley of Missouri, will present a tar- ff plant which, may be offered to the convention :in a minority report. There s a divergence of opinion among the Taft men as to whether the tariff hould declare In favor of a tariff cov- ring the difference between tho coal! f production in the U. S. and that broad or merely a plank declaring for I a riff to ''maintain the American i tamlard of living." In the tentative platform -the maiu- cuance of- the Inviolability of courts f justice IB pressed and there Is an against the recall f judges and of judicial decisions aa ontrary alike (o legislation and ihe ubllc welfare. .The reference to arbitration of all jMStlfiable coiitroverries is-rfcnmuiend- ed, but the provision is not dwelt upon, pther recommendations retention by the government ol the ownership or the natural resources of the'country, the enactment of a workmen's compensation law, the pro tection of children against oppression by anti-child labor legislation and the 3afe-guai ding: of the public health, by proper legislation, state and national. Rooievelt Went Over Plans Chicago, 111, June Roose- velt appeared at his headquarters an hour before the time set for todaj's session of 'the Eepublican convention and went over the .plans for the daj with his lieutenants. Senator Borah and others of the Idaho delegation were closeted for some time with the foimer president Govemor Stubbs, of Kansas, Gover- nor Johnson, of Califoima, lames R. Garfield, of Ohio, and scoie of oth- ers, saw Ooi Roosevelt beiore leav- ing for the convention: ball' It was said no change had been made in die programme of the Roose- velt delegates adopted jesterd'ay The plans which were made at the caucus of two representatives of each state having Rooseielt delegates, were discussed at a of caucus- es of state delegations last night and this morning Tho leaders asserted that virtually every- Hoosevelt dele- gate in Chicago had approved the programme. York; IW 1. Brjan nil! be here Sunday to the nght against Judge Parked In the meantime friends of Mr Bryan Bay they will canvass the National commltteemen as they arrive "to u ceitain, if the choice of the arrange- ment cpmmfttee can be set aside by the full committee. I.O.O.F. LODGE AI VOICAM Vulcan, June wu a day long to be remembered in fra- ternal circles here, marking the In- stitution of a lodge of the Independent Order of Oddlellous, to be known as Samaritan Lodge, No 91. About seventy five brethren weie and the ceremonies charge of J w. Miller, acting as Grand Master. The degree nork was put on by a team from Champion Lodge, assisted by Carman- gay brethren The officers elect aie: J. P. G, Fanand, Noble Grand, H.W. White; Vice Grand, E. M. Clark; Recording Secretarj. J. B. Lukens, Financial Secretarj, Geo. Codd; Treasurer, Fred Bhes, Chaplain, Rev. llr. Allen After the ceremonies an enjoyable banquet was held at which t number of local and visiting brethren ad- dresies. DRUNK IN LOCAL OPTION TOWN Three young men a. local option town, were lined. for drunkenness on. the Play-Mate Shoes For Children, Sizes 4 to 11 The Foot Shape Shoe that will give-you wear, com- bined with comfort and a good fit which is most es- sential for growing children. These shoes are made in Rochester, N. Y., and are one of the best known Children's Shoes on the market. Let Your Next Pair be a Play-Mate FOOT TOGGBHY ;