Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1914 THE .DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN FACTORY OUILET Commencing Tomorrow, the GREATEST SHOE SALE this Store Has Announced Bargains; 800 Pairs of Men's, Women's, Misses', Boys' and Children's Shoes Men, this is ydur oppor- tunity to buy shoes cheap Men's Oxfords only Men's Oxfords 4n all the newest lasts, nussia Calf Gunmetal and Patent leather, all smart dressy Sizos to 10 C9 AHl Regular ?600 tot And Tan Calf Bluchers Men'? Tan Cuff Bluchers, smart shape, all sizes Rssulai mlue- ?6 00 ft 51 For................. Box Calf Blucher Boots Men's Box Calf .Bluchers, 'one of this sea- ion's newest lasta In all sizes. CO @Q Regular fS.OQ fof Exact K Men's Bluchers Men's Esact K Bluchers in Tan Willow, Tan Glace. Black G-lace, and Box Calf, the most up- to-date wear giving'Shoe the market. Sizes 5% to per KA fS pair. I V Another Good Line Stout Tan and'Box Calf Bluchers, solid lea- ther, splendid boot for thoso who have a lot walking or work in the open, all CC ftft sizes. Heg. K for..... WILL probably be many others besides yourself who will look upon this an- T nouncement as a bit of the most important news of the day. And it Is! When we tell you It is the Shoe Sale we have announced and offers more and better bargains in splend.d quality Boots and Shoes, than you have been accustomed to In, Lethbrldgs, we look far heavy .elhng And we won't be disappointed if value extraordinary counts for any. thing. For any genuine sale there must be a sound and business like reason, and to mako a long rtory short, a number of the largest and most reliable shoe manufacturers, owing to the present stringency in ready cash, have been forced to.dispose of their surplus stock In order to continue operations. Our resident Eastern Buyer., ever on the alert to take advantage of sales such as this, were quick to grasp this opportunity, with the result that, commencing tomorrovV, .ncI cor, tinulng for five days, we have such astounding values to offer you that w.ll undoubtedly cause a whirlwind of eager buylnfl. Come early. The few item, mentioned below will give you an Idea of what to expect: Misses', Boys' and Children's Shoes Listed in This Columns-Special Values Misses' Button Boots Mtees' Dongola Patent Tip Button Boots, sizes 11 to 2. Regular value C4 01 Q ?8.50 for Children's Vici Kid Children's Brown 'Vici Kid Button Boots, sizes to 5. Regular value 51.7B for Boys' Box Calf Bluchers Boys'- Box Calf Bluchers, strong school and holiday boots for the boys, 'regular value 53.50. Sizes 11 to j gQ Boys' Button Boots Boys' Box Call Button Boots, Preston make, size 2% to regular 54.50 for I W Ladies' shoes at prices away below regular Ladies' Oxfords just Ladies rmiell kid patent tip Oxfords medium smart drefesy sizes 2% to B. Regular 43 00 QC For Ladies' Blucher Oxfords Ladles' Qunmetal Blifplier Oxfords, Liberty Bell mako. stylish and comfortable, sizes 3 to Regulai Value ?3 oO ei Gflj For.. Handsome Dress Pumps Ladles' Patent Leather Pumps.trimmed.witU star, also Mel hid tilmmecT-colored buckle sizes 3 to 7 Regulai 2o For vW f And Smart Button Boots Ladles Vici Kid Patent Tin Button Boots, medium heel a smart last ean, comfortable boot for everydav 2% CO ACl to Reg value ?4 50 for The Popular Box Calf Box Calf with gunmefal tops, button shoes, lira 3 eels verj comfortable smait ap peanuice Sizes 3 to 7 Rugulai CO AQ 5.1.50, ror W This Special Men's Bluohei- Button and Bed Boots in Box Calf, Patent Velour "Calf, Gunmetal and Russia Calf, in large variety of styles, etc. Sizes 6 to 10. '.Regular value An js.oo for Another Line Of Tan Calf Blucher Children's Shoes' Oxfords for the boy Children's Brown Vici Kid Button with heel, sizes 2 to regular g'l OK I'tiW. ?2.00 for Boys' Tan Calf Bluolier Oxfords, smart, dressy shoe (or >boys> sizes 1 to AQ C, regular 52.76, for I Extra Special, size 4 only Travellers' Samples in Ladles' Button and Bals In Russia Calf, Gunmetal, Patent Leather, Brown Willow Calf, Glaco Kid, not two pairs the same. Size 4 only, regular, A A 16.00 and for Dress Making Rooms Opened We have added to this store ah up-to-date Dressmaking Establish- ment under the charge of a competent drasEmaker. Doubtless-many ladies are now concerned about the necessary drew, suit or something, exclusive and correct A to our will aseiEt 3'cu., ,__ (u Three Week-end Sale Days Thursday, Friday and Saturday The splendid succeaa with which our three-day -week-end sale met last week, has induced .to try the .same, again.. Watch this space for sale news It will interest you. MILADl Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Mr. William McSally, barrister, of j will givoj a report of the recent cra- Tprbntp, is-spending 'a .couple ol weeks with his brother, Dr. Mc- Nally. The Herald is in receipt of a copy of a. clever instrumental selection for violin and piano corri- posed by Sir. Sam Sadowski ami de- dicated to Mr. E. F. Lnyton. Mr. j Sadowski is at .present studying mu- sic In Toronto. Hope like the gleaming taper's light, Adorns aiitl cheers the way And atill as datktr grows the-hight, Emits a tiriglitoi rai f a Be not anxioUs about tomorrow. Co today flght today's temp-, tations arid do iiot weaken and dis- trust by looking forward to things wjlieh you cannot see, and could not understand if you saw Kingsley. quiet wedding took place at the home oi Mr. J. H. Gooderham, In- dian Agent, Blaokfoot ciicn, when his eldest daughter, Sarah iiluriql, was united in marriage to ijir. Suthcfland Haydcu C'urran, man- ot tiie Bank oi Commerce at Hauna, Alberta, eldest son of Judge and Mrs. Winnipeg. engagement is announced of Atholo Gordon, daughter of .the late Mr. and Mrs. Nordhoiraer, Glenedyth, Toronto, to Dr. Brctnejir Rolph O'Rwlly, son of Dr. .and Mrs. Chas. O'iReilly, Erin Lodge, St. Olair Toronto. Mm. G. L. Vrooman is the guest lor a (ew days of Mrs. T. E. Nealp. Mrs. Vrooman and Miss Vrhomau in- tend taking'up tboir resilience in Calr gary. r. W. R. -Scatlc, manager oi the Im- perial Bank, has returned from Ath- abasca, where he had tern relieving the manager them, for several weeks. "'.Mrs. (BeV.) j. B'. Pickle saiis'thc solo, ".nccause'-l'ns-'NQine is very sweetly it the mass nieeting of woijipn lit the Christian church yes- terday afternoon. Schoof will give a mission- ary address in Wesley church on Sun- day evening next on Mexico and Af- rlda. Haul Woathcrhee, of Calgnry, bridge, and Mrs.: King, whoilias como; teomtly.td reside.iii'-thc sityi -'.I Tim hostess was very-charming A very delightful, tea was given ycntiori in Calgary. A very special and important meet- ing of the Ladies' Aid oi Westmins- ter church is called for 3 o'clock to- morrow in the church. All the ladies are urged to be present. Wesley Ladles' Aid will not meet thle weelc. St. Andrew's ChHstian Endeavor will entertain Westminster Ep'worth yesterday hv Mrs. Nourse'.in honor of her guest, Mrs. of ;Lcth-: League at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. black satin and lace, and Mrs. F. C. Lowes, in white tafleta-with touches oi blue, presided at the tea table Lindsay, onel'; Weather bee gis at onrap. J'Ir's. F.' W. Bpwhor presided at the teiinls tea on .'Saturday the; .tea table heing prettily Centred with Caiitdrnia.'poppies. Mtis Downer'assisted.' Miss Edna Tripp was hostess of a delightful tea on Saturday after- noon. Mrs. Tripp assisted, her daugh- ter in receiving.' the guests, who num- bered about thirty. Tea was served on the pretty Miss Jackson and Miss.Begin (Winnipeg) assisting. Mrs. J. A. Palmer- entertained in- formally at a very enjoyable, bridge party for her guests, Mr.'and Mrs. Shepherd, of Letlibridge. Calgary Herald. Sir Edward Orey, the BritisK for-, clgii secretary, gave lunch-11 Wesley church prayer meeting or. con on ThosSay; of evening will be especially ouel in London, of St. Andrew's church a gown of white crepe and jhb'ld..an ice at tbc both guests of .honor wore. ;w.nite Mrs. Plrie, 1318 Third avenue gerie gowns. The robms tea'.j ou Thursday .-evening, when table were decorated in the ganje's .and a .programme will'he-in color scheme of pink and white i-ith j roses and tern, and Mrs. Hull, RAINS FELL Homestead Country Got Anoth- er Good Soaker and Crops Are Safe u Khox Sunday school teachers, schol- ars and friends 'enjoyed the annual while Mrs. J. W. Davidson, in a picnic to Henderson 'Lake on Satur- pretty gown of Copenhagen blue, [day afternoon, a large attendance he- served the punch. Sirs. Thomas But-j ing noticed. The weather was ideal ton, Mrs. Hal Kcrr, and the hostess' for an event of that nature, and the two little daughters, Lucy and aquatic sports were partici- Bctty, assisting in waiting..on the Al'uertar.. Clubs and Societies pated' In with great zest: Prizes were awarded the successful contestants, and every.one seemed to have a.very good time. Supper, which "was'sump- tuous, and very abundant, was done Justice to, and later a tired but happy crowd came hack to the city. Eevt A. Sw'iyne spent a couple of day's at the end of the week with the her. Canon and Mrs. Murrell-Wrlght at the rectory. Miss Aileen Jonos left on Saturday for Canary, where will be a guest aro devoted to the recent great disasters. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock the ladies of Westminster Sunday school will hold a strawberry, social at the liome oi Mrs. J. B. Gray. All the ladies of the congregation for a week-with'Mrs. C. Graham, i thc Women's 1223 Ntoetwa'tli'Wenue West.' afternoon at St. Cyprian s church. .Mrs. K. Adams, who spent tho past four months with Jier daughter, Mrs. R. Birth, left Craubrook on Sat- urduy. .I rj Harold Long, who ;hflB boon visiting In Kremlin, Mont., returns to- night. Mr. ami Mrs, Long .'will oc- cupy the 'Diiniop -bungalQW) bh Pour- teenth street fof.tho summer months. On Wednesday morning at eleven the marriage.will .t'ake place at St. Patrick's Plmroh of Miss Rach- el Ida Van Hoeke.'. eldest' dauehter of Mr. and Hwiko of this Westminster Enworth League will visit St. Andrew's Christian Endea- vor tomorrow evening. The members are asked to meet at Westminster ch'urch at a quarter-to eight. .The Women's Missionary society oi Wesley church will meet on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the church parlor, to hear reports from 'the dole- gates to tho opnfcreice branch meet- ing in Calgary. SpcelfS music will provided. Westminster Woman's Hjssioiia'ry society will'hold an open meeting on Thursday night in the church. The Sheep Stalker of Grassy Lake lost at least }2000 worth of- sheep when a bunch he was sending to King's Late got poisoned In the coulee lust south of reported to he from the alkali elcugh water. Before they could be moved hundreds of fine owes had fall- en In their tracks and died. Fortun- ately nearly all the lambs were saved. The dead sheep were gathered into heaps and buried, and tho remainder taken back to the river ronoh. EMPR-E-SS DEAD BURIED Quebec, Que., .lune seven unidentified bodies of persona 'who perished May 29 in the wreck of the Empress of Ireland, were buried today by ordqr of tho coroner. Ser- vices were conducted by both Protestant nnd Catholic clergy- men. Southern Alberta-was visited by a good rainfall on .ijalurday night-and Monday morning., In many points souti'-and east the-heaviest rain of, the year tell and the crops in those j districts are considered sate. Locally it rained about two hours, and much good will result, though the high has had a bad efiect. A. E. Humphries was out at Fore- most on.Saturday, returning Sunday, and he reports that all the country south-cast of Letlibridge, was visited by a veritable flood of rain Satur- day evening, continuing through the night until Sunday morning. It was the heaviest downpour of the season. N. H. Murray, states that ram tell steadily at his at Wilson Sid- ing foc.'two hours'in the morning. H. Mict'ach'was out to his .Mon- arch farm on'-Sunday attern'oSn. The rain there was light. He states, how- ever, that many 'crops will make good yields with rain this week. Over long distance from Taber Mr. Douglas oi that place informed the Herald that three hours' rain had fallen there Saturday night. The ground got a good wetting, and the crops will .be fairly good with an- other general rain soon. At How Island there was a good rain. South and south-east ol Dow Island there was a soaker. Mr. Beat- tic states the .crops in the big home- stead district arc now assured. Owing to storms on -tho south lines -the Herald was unable to establish communication with any poinis in that direction to learn the extent ot till) rainfall, it is thought, however, the tall was much heavier there than further north. Sam Hughes has rc- fustd permission to the lith Regiment ot Lcvis to tjiVn part in the proces- sion which'.will escort Cardinal lie- gin toriioorow on his arrival from TELEGRAPHICS St. fire in the Luyties Chemical Co. this afternoon did damage. Several flat build- ings were partially destroyed. Duke .0! Connaught vis- ited Quebec today. He was formally welcomed by the Quebec bench and bar. Edmonton-'-An application to stop the police Inquiry lias.been made-' on behalf .of Win.-AVheeleri; cr Tuber and Hector ClievoierJwhOse niimra mentioned.by diHer- cnt witnesses. 'They that the reason of the enquiry .is -merely to' obtain criminal, evidence ogainsfc them. The ,'justfce will.decide ..their on .Wednesday ffiorniog. second week ot the Empress inquiry commenced today. The second ollicer oi the Storstad, Einar Reitnert, and Khutc Tender, a sailor of the Storstad, gave evidence. They brought out nothing new. Washington, D. Wil- son and Attorney General JlcRey- nohls are agreed that the dissolution suit against the New Haven Rail- roads must go forward unless the Massachusetts legislation empowers the holding company to sell its Bos and Maine stocky Dunlop ot 'the Admiralty division has, with the con-- sent ot both interested parties, giv- en orders for the immediate the SS. Storstad to be sold at pub- lic auction to satisfy the C. P. K. claim. tow! paper this after-, noon states that railway enginfjers. and nremch are talking general strike owing to the failure of the compan- ies and unions to decide on a sched- ule at tho recent ,.ia Chi- cago. All lines west of iChicago ate aflected and :may lie.: ordered .out-on: .Iiily is. In Western'.' Canada 'all railways are affected and; ;3000 nttsn would go out it- thejcall wire claimed the are to '.reduce the men''to the standing Uiey had thirty years rail- ways won their fight for title "to some worth of bl! lands when the Supreme Court today held void the clause In the patents, mak- ing the land revert to the government if found to contain minerals. is nomination throughout the province of Ontario, when" the candidates chosen by the conventions in all the ridings officially nominated. The contest marked by much greater interest toau was attached to the lait two pro- vincial election! HAIR UP AND SKIRT DOWN Costumes ot grown-up Princess Mary. The .Queen and her 1'