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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PATiEETGHT -THE LETimnmoE DAILY- If'' POL increa POWER LARj increase ITS ANOTHER BIG DOLLAR EVENT TOMORROW Pen luring savings that oni-clisiaui-o thoso of a week ;igo. when scores of ndvnuhigc of tlic opportunity ol'lVvod to hive si their money where it Iwouglit big returns. In face advancing prices those sav'nivs arc truly of a remarkable character and every item will hear your closest investigation as to 'quality and comparison of price. Shop earlv. Mull and House Dress- es A few colors let't, sizes up to 36. and a big now lot of crepe dresses added for tomorrow's selling. Silk Sale Worth up to Heavy black pailetie .silk poplin in .ill colors, and other line? as well, all yard wide and very cheap tumor row. LOVELY MUSLIN WHITE SHEETING ANOTHER WAIST KIMONAS Dainty floral de- signs, pink, blue mauve, valhes north up to 4 Yds. Very si rong. hea- vy thread. S-4 width wonderfully cheap .it thf dollar day price. SALE Worth up to Plain and s.triped voiles.- natural ra- jah silk ami plain :ailcred linennes in bis variety. Extra! All-over Aprons. 2 for Extra large size, all-over style, made oi splendid srade print, light and medium colors, washable. Long1 Silk Lisle Gloves on Sale Silks in black, white ami sonic colors) double tipped, worth lisles, black and white, HEAVY SILK FIVE COATS TO NEW BRASSIERES hiOSE SELL AT -Worth up ,to Regular ami P'roht fastenings, very hard 10 get. Three coverts laced. at stdus, laco Black, white and two blazer coats, or embroidery trim- colors included, worth up to uicd. Extra! Silk Lisle Hosiery 3 for SI.00 Regular 50c, 60c and 05e grades, white, black, tan and some colors, very scarce goods-and shown in a splendid variety of choice. Wash Goods and Floral Voiles, 4 Yds. for Newest floral voiles with stripes and yard wide repps, Indian Heads, included. LADIES' UNION tor Spiendid quality., fine ribbed goods, tight knee, short sleeves sleeveless styles. CREPE AND CAM. ANOTHER SALE OF BRIC GOWNS ON SALE NEW STYLE COR- SETS LOO Splendidly, made garments. ..worth up to good vhr- iety to choose from splendid new lot added, perfect fitting models, wonderful val- ues. A Big Clearance of Suits and Coats At Phenomenally Low Prices Suit >Salc Including newest styles up to box and belted coats, navy and black, small, regular and large women's sizes up to 42. Suit Sale Sports coats up to and plain tailored coats up to in tweeds, worsteds and navy serges, all sizes. one of a kind. Smartest Coats 20 oft" oiacK coa.s. all -Included iii this final sale. A SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS AT THE REDUCED'PRICE.' Boys' WASH SUITS, Buster Brown and-other styles, splendid grade print auil striped galatea, up to size G. GIRLS' WASH DRESSES Two. four and sit year sizes and a few SUNSHADES AND UMBRELLAS Values up to Black and color- HUCK i TURKISH TOWELS These are regular 35 and 40c values, white and white and brown stripes. styles included up to ed tops, wonderful- 11 years, all washable. ly cheap at the price CI A D V17 LAKKH The Ladies' Store (iIRLS, KERlxS THE LATEST THING IN >SIMMER-FOOTWE AR i SIX STABBED IN FREE-FOR-ALL Redding, Cal.. June 5U Mexicans who are employed on an {.irrigation ditch construction gang near here engaged in a street fight j with a number of Americans here to-j night in the redlight district. After the disturbance was quelled j by the police, aided by a number of i deputy sheriffs. 15 Mexicans were jailed, raauy of them severely injur- j ed. j Knives, stones, clubs and fists were j the weapons used by the fighters. "As j far as could be ascertained six men were stabbed. EXP.FJUW OFFICIAL Now Repairing of Dr. Corsan Dies At the Front Fashion has decreed that the conventional heavy white shoe worn during the summer season shall give place to the natty linen, light in'weight and attractive in appearance. This pair is of green linen and tip cretonne, and is the latest innovation in the sport shoe line. After having been rejected Fernie, June flood seems to have reached its limit and the river is dropping gradually and is now more than two feet below the highest point reached. Already the work of repairing dam- age to roads and bridges has" com- 1 her of limes on account of poor eye- menced and the city engineer is super- V. .Matthews of the cxperimen- intending the swinging of a cXble attractive in appearance. This pair is of green "linen of flowered staff, finally sncceeded in cretonne, and is the latest innovation in the snort shoe line. rnlliim ihP iarh n n Bridge preparatory to putting in pace NO. PREPAREDNESS f FOR HENRY FORD Detioit June line with his pacifist policies, Henry Ford announc- ed .-today- that any employes of the Ford Motor company who become members of the Michigan National Guard, will not only not receive pay while absent, but forfeit their j jobs as well. Any Ford employes who intend to enlist with the guard will i rolling with the 13th O. M. It. at Mcd-ia steei %valer to fake lne nlace Seine Hat. and left with the unit Iast.j0f the. pipes taken away by the bridge night for the front. Mr. Matthews (when it went off lias for three years been assistant {o i Apprehension of danger is grad Superintendent Falrfield who regrets [ually giving place to confidence that very much to lose him, as he came! the worst is past and it is found that SOMETHING DROPPED! Yes, it is the price of millinery. These specials for tomorrow Panama Hats, Uiitrimined Hats at 2Q% off Flowers earh.....25c The Lethbridge Millinery Co. L. A. SOOTT, MANAGER, AVENUE SOUTH, i: homes to find that the damage done much less than had feared. The principal damage has been to rail- way bridges and banks, and to gov- ernment bridges. The skating ami curling rinlis have been considerrbly damaged, hut the extent can not ascertained until water has dropped to something like norma! levels. The retaining, wall on the east Hide I of the river above the traffic bridge. has been partially washed out, letting Plans are under way for a monster the water run through the drill ground recruiting meettsg in I.ethbridge some night-jpext week. Ueiit.-CoI. Bryan of the JSlat Battalion is !n ths city to- day and called on Mayor Hardie in this connection. Major, The Rev. Dr. Kerby. recruiting officer for Ai- btirta. is expected to be present and a rousing campaign to help the 191st and tho Kettle Valley Hue. Death of Kenneth Corian The death Coraan just being worked out but full an- I nouncementfl .wili be made later. in the rear of the rink and making a channel through the building. The damage to mil! and other nrn. perty down the Kootenay has been very extensive and that river is still very high. It is expected that train service will be established ffy- tomorrow on the CUT :HIS THROAT Chicago, June 2J> -Robert F. Hoxie, a professor of political economy tt the Univorsity of Chicago, cptnmUUed in jhia room b'y cutting' his throat. ond son of Dr. Corsan, WBB reported by cable to hfs parents Monday and the news has cast- a gloom over the jpedpie of Dr. (Jprsan I absent at tho coast with third son, William, who has joined the university battalion. ilajor GIoBsop is now in command of .the 225th battalion which has re- ceiyed instructions to hold themselves in readiness to move to Vernon mobi- lization camp. The reports that the schools had to be closed and that fire had done thous- a n'ds of dollars of damage over the river are untrue. The fire destroyed some posts but otherwise it was a blessing in. disguise as it destroyed a jut of slashing that was a menace to the town. GETS D. C. M. 3. .Tolm, N. B., June letter from Q.JI.S. Henderson, of St. John, who left with Maj. signalling company in the 1st contingent, an- nounces that he has .been awarded ,the distinguished conduct medal. Why "Anuric" is an INSURANCE Against Sudden Before an Insurance Company will take a riskxon your iife the examining physician will test the urine and report whether you are a good risk. When .your kidneys get aluggUh and -you suffer from backache, sick-heaa- 'ache, dizzy the twinges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism and gout.' The urine is often cloudy, toll ;6f sediment; channels often get sore ;and sleep is disturbed two or three '.imes a night. This is the time you Buffalo, N. Y. Send him 10 cents for sample package of hjg new discovery, "Anuric." Write him your symptoms and send a sample of urine for teat. Experience has taught Dr. Pierce that 11 Anuric" is the most powerful agent in dissolving 'uric acid, as hot water melts sugar; besides being absolutely harmless it is endowed with other properties, for it preserves the kidneys in ja healthy condition by thoroughly cleansing 'thejn. Being no many times more active than lithia, it clears tho heart valves of any sandv substances which may clog them and checka the degenerj'itioiToT the blood -vessels, an well as regulating blood preeaurc. "Amiric" is a regular insurance and life-saver for ail big meat eaters and those who deposit lime-salts in their joints. 'Ask tho druggist for up by Dr. Pierce, in 50-cent packages STRENGTH AND BEAUTY Come with Pferce's Golden Medical This, is a lilood cleanser and alterative that starts tho liver and stom- ach Into vigorous It thus assists the body to manufacture rich rod lilood which fccds the heart, nerves, brain aid of tho bodtf. The organs work smooth ly like machinery running in oil. Yon if eel ciean, strong and strenuous to- Mutt or tired, weak'and faint. The many delegates from this dist- rict who will no doubt wish to at- tend the annual convention of the Western Canada Irrigation Associa- tion at Kamloops, July 25-27th, will be interested to know that arrange- ments have been made with the .Can- adian which will ea: able them toj t'ake.-Mlie. circuit tqu'r .through the 'mountains and lakes on -their trio to and from; the convention. Delegates who wiah to take advantage of the circuit trip should buy cir- cuit tour lifetelstqke; from Revelstoke to Katnloops they can buy one way tickets to Kamloops, obtain- ing standard''certificates-.at the time of purchase and when the meeting is over delegal.es' can obtain transporta- tion back to Revelsjflke, in accord- ance with the number of delegates in attendance, and'they can use their circuit tour'tickets hack from there. Inquire of local agent for particulars of circuit tour, from Revrsl- stoke to Kamloops must not be bought prior to July 21st. This will enable delegates to com- inte'resting and education- al convention with an excellent holi- day trip through some of the finest mountain and lake scenery in the world. FRANCE'S DAY It has been decided, with the proval of the French- ambaasadoi order to recognize the link hetw France and England, to set a July 14 next as France's'day, to vote throughout the British Isles a national demonstration of our dial feelings towards our ally, ai allocate the proceeds of .'the cole tfon to the urgent needs the Fre Red Cress. by any other name would m as nice but, getting "The Chocolates that are you had better ask especially for rhein: "Grain-In Southern Allnirin is in- ches said chairman of the Georgian Bay Canal comminsloh this morning to the Her- ald. "I have seen some really won- derful fields In this part of the prov- ince, and everything points to an ex- cellent yield." Speakiiifi of the city'.Mr. Evans de- clared at( the meeting last night that it combined solidity with beauty bet- ter than any other (.own In''the west. Me is greatly pleased with the growth since, his )aat trip Several years ago. This morning in company with Prds- ident Marnocl) of the Board of Trade and -Superintendent'Hicks of the C, P. R, irrigation system lie tour- ed the district visiting various points of interest. Chocolate! that art different' Jjlout.; Sachs, IT well-known Vancou- ver football player, was killed In ac- tion. i J. D. HIGINBOTHAM 4 LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phone 322 Our stock of Nellaon's Is always fresh and' varied. Prices range from SOc- to NEILSON'S CHPCOLATE8 are Sold by HEQLEV ;