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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, JftH RE50UVED THAT The BUSTET?: BROWN STOCK I IM& ISA^OONTO A\o the R5 and a iWAP FOR 5AI\iTA CLAUS BU5TER.BROW/V For Hard Wear Buster Brown Stockings are made to stand the test of rough and tumble play in which every healthy boy-your boy-spends half his time. Buster Brown stockings are the greatest wear resisters ever made-the strongest, long fibre cotton, specially twisted and tested for durability, with three-ply heel and toe, well knitted, well finished and fast dyed in Black and Leather Shade Tan. No more darning if you buy Buster Brown Stockings. Girls, Too- Bnst'x Bmirn'i Sister's Stockiac for tba lirli is a splendid lookiaf stocking at a medcrata price, a two-thread Enelish msrcariaed Usl* stocking, that 1s shaped to fit and wears very well iadeed. Cslars-Black. Leather Shad* Taa. Pink. Bine and White. Har^rat IfoairrH Aatutforturrra tn (Sattalia IJamtlton :: :: (l^ntario MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELLAND, ONTARIO Abo BMlura of th� celebrated "Little Dmrtinc" and " Little Deity " Hoaierr for Infants and Children Pupils Busy Taking the Final Tests Set by the Department 35 Fishermen Victims of Bad Squall on Lake ih-tedrichahafen, Germany, June 24. -Ten bodies of flahennen were recovered this morning from Liake'Con-Btance, and at least twenty-flve more are missing, believed to have been drowned in a sudden terrific storm whlcb occurred over this region yesterday. The Btorm brolse so quiolcly that the fishermen were unable to Teach land, only a mile or so away. Jlany were rescued by lake motors and other craft after their light boats bad capsized. NORTH WINNIPEG LIBERALS NOMINATE Winnipeg, Man., June 2S.-The Liberals of North Winnipeg tonight nominated Newton Loweo', former grand master of the Orange Orand Lodge of Manitoba, to contest the seat in the liiberal interests. FACE, SCAiP m HiDS Came Off in Scales. Itched Badly. Had to Tie Hands. Little Watery PimpleSi Cuticura Soap and Ointment Completely Cured. 1307 Daranport Road, Toronto, Ont.- f'My eoems first started nhon I vas a baby, on my face and scalp. It seomed dry and when I acretcbed It, it came ofl ia scales. It itched very badly aad I waa obliged to have my bands tied up bo as to prevent scratching my Taco. iJttle irhite watery pimple* oame on my iianda and feco and I had to �t�y homo from school for nearly two wMlm. It caused my face and hands to look badly. The eczema took a very bad form, appearing on my face in Uttlo watery ulcers so bad that J could hardly bear to he touclied. My hair behnt situraUy very thick I found to b� getting thinnrr and non-�l�red what oould cause It to fall out. " My moUter tried-and-- and �pent no and of money trying to get me better but It did no goed. At last a friend rec-ommeBded Outleura Soap and Ointment and mr mother used them. We applied tbo Ontknira Ointmeat to xof face, head and banda and waebed with the Cuticura Soap �ad tlie eoaema began to disappear. Before ric months bad pasasd I was completely ouied." (SIgaed) Wm Caostance Jans, May 3S, 1918. ? ? ver Island mines took a pleb- ? isclte yesterday on whether or ? not to return to work. They ? voted to continue the strike. THINKS WELL OF THE M'S WORK London, June 33.-In a letter to the Salvation \imy congr�ss the Archbishop of Canterbury writes : "The Army's authorities will not expect that we can, as the Church of England, express agreement with their doctrinal or ecclesiastical position, but this wide difference in no way weakens our appreciation of ti;e remarkable service they, beyond all | douht, have rendered the community both in England and abroad. "Special solemnity attaches to this ccUgress from the tragic cloud which has overshadowed the gathering. The Army will know how deep is our i prayerful sympathy." The Congress concludes today with a demonstration at the Crystal Palace lasting from seven o'clock this morning until ten o'clock tonight, j which includes the march past, before ; General Bramwell Booth, of fifty thousand Salvationists. May Call Out State Troops at Butte, Mont. Butte, Jlont., June 24.-One ti(an was shot and killed and one was fatally wounded, another serious!;.- hurt and property valued at ?100,000 was destroyed by dynamite during the rioting which occurred last night at the Butte Miners' Union hall, by the factions of the union. Dozens of shots were fired and more than twenty blasts of dynamite were set off during the night. The city eafiy today was quiet, but Governor Stewart at Helena was preparing to issue a call for state troops to prevent fui-ther disorder between the warring factions. CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES TO MEET IN AUGUST The fourteenth annual convention of the Union of Canadian Municipalities will be held at Sherbrooke, Que., on August i, 5 and 6. BIG MINING BOOM AHEAD FOR ALBERTA Two of Alberta'.s oldest prospectors, H. Bruce and W. M. Taylor, nf Macleod, called at the Heraid OlTico this morning, upon their return from an extended prospecting trip in the . mountaius. "The old time assertion ; that tiierc are no minerals on this', side oi the lUjckies," said Mr. Br\icp, � "is a mistake. There is plenty oi min-j eral hearing jrock, rich in lead, silver and copper, for the men who will gu alter It." The natural resources ot the province, Mr. Taylor said, had not been a third exploited, and he predicted one of the great-est periods of do-velo<)menl along tiiese lines that has ever been carried on in the history of the west, either in the United Stales or Canada. The prospectors brought in samples oi lead and silver bearing rock that would make the best oil shale or anticline in A'berta look like thirty cents that had been Bpent. They stated that the report emanating ironi Macleod, to the effect that they had sold tlicir cl-aims, Wilt Butiiely. withuut Ioujiii�lioa, SEAL BRANB COFFEE The Finishinif Touch To A Perfect Meal CHA8E & SANBORN MONTREAL. u7 The candidates writing on the Grnrie Vill. Departnicntal examinations at Lethbridgc are as follown ; Albert Armstrong, Hamilton Bro-die, .Mice Brown, Helen Bryan, Clara Bjorkbladc, Dorothy (i. Church, Lowell H. Cobbledick, Roger Davics, Mar-j garet E. Diesobh, Keunsth G. Donald-so!!, Mark B. English, Olivor FuUtr-ton, Clarence Geigcr, IT-va Goodman, izy Gordon, Enid Hamilton, Yema Hedenstroni, Norman lliginbotham, Marjorie lliginbotham, Joseph Hop Mah, Lucile Ilorspool, Marvel E. Hunt, Clara X. Hunt, Oliver Hyssop, Clarence Jackson, Hazel M. Keith, JMargaret Kerr, Cassie Keppen, Anderson Lakie, Jean S. Lakie, Margaret Lee, Marguerite B. Lynn, Norman Macleod, Liza Mac-Pherson, Marion McCambly, Herbert McCleneghan, Ruth K. Mat-son, Kathleen McCormack, Hugh Mcllvena, Sybil McMeekiu, Margaret McKlllop, George B. McKillop, Florence V. :^IcQueen, Margaret McVeigh, William Mallen, Lila Mellow, Amy JNlooilie, Ralph Moon, Mary Ellen Moore, Max Moscovjtch, William Mul-lin. Kenneth Nowitiger, Bert N'iven, Richard Pipes, Zena Pipes, Vera E. Redmond, Dorothy Itichardson, Walter Richardson, Blanche Uoutledge, Dorothy Stafford, Alma Spencer, Kathleen S. Terrill, Martha Tracy, Francis W. A'irtue, Gladys White, Svea Wosiyng, John Woslyng, Dcrpnz Young. List of candidates writing on the annual departmental examinations at Lethbridge. Hugh M. Cameron, Lewis F. Bon-neli, Aileen Dunham, Francis Duns-worth, Leon Dunsworth, Rhea Blanche Kaake, .Vgnes P. Kerr, .\gnes Livingstone, Dorothy M. Jlarrs, Kathleen T. McPhee, Nora McCormack, Chas. A. Mitchell, Dona Murray, Margaret M. Nimmons, Chas. Edwai-d Parry, I Alvin L. Reid, . Alex G. Robertson, ! Michael Yaselenak.; ' AN APPRECIATION The Territorial Headyuarters Staff, on behalf of the Salvation Army in Canada, desire to express, through the Press, their deep and sincere appreciation for the aurnerouB messages of sympathy and condolence received from comrades, friends, churches, societies and others. Since the event of the sinking of the s.s. Empress of Ireland, such messages have been conveyed by cable, telegram, and letter from a'il parts of the world, and especially the Dominion of Canada. It is our desire to let it he known that, particularly the assurances of prayer, have strengthened our hearts, liave encouraged our confidence, and have stimulated our faith, and, furthermore, as the realization of the extent of our loss through this appalling. catastrophe becomes keener day by day, the kind words ot cheer and counsel will help us in our endeavors to carry on the great work of the Salvation Army in extending the Kingdom of God upon earth. FRENZIED FINANCIER Harvey Wilson, Alias Cap. Ansell, j Must Stand Trial for False Presences London, June 24.-Harvey W'ilson, alias Captain Ansell, who has spent! considerable time in Canada, has to take his trial of obtaining money under false pretences through the ai'ieg-ed bogus concern called the Anglo-American Investment & Trust Co. OLD AT TWENTY Return of Youth with Proper Food JIany personB who eat plenty never seem to be properly nourished. That's becau&e the food is not digested and absorbed. .Much that is eiaten is never taken up by the system as real food, and so the tissues simply starve and the individual may, as In a recent case, loolc and feel old In what should be the blocm of life, youth. "At twenty I was prematurely old. The healUi and vigor and brightness of youth had been, as it seemed, stolen: from me. I went to work in the morning with slow steps and a dull head. "My work through the day was u.n-sati.?factory for my breakfast lay in my Rtomach like a hard liimp. I v^'as peevish and the gas in my stomach vvaa very annoying. After supper I usually went to bed to losss half the night from sheer nervousnesB. "This was all Srom IndlgoHtlon- caused by wrong eating. "Finally i tiied Grapo-Xuts and I cannot doRcribe the full benefits received from the food. It gave me back my health. Ii. iias completely restored good digestion and my ailments have disappeared. I steadily improved and am now strong and in perfect health." Name given by Canadian Poatum Co., Windsor, Ont. Read "The Road to Wellville." in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letter? A now one appears from time to time. They arc genuine, true, and full of human CLARKE & GO. The Ladies* Store Phone 453 Acadin Block Positively Irresistible Savings ^ ^ ALL ^ AROUMD Three Big Bargain Days of a Most Unusual Character Prices that coiiipcl your attention by reason of their unusual character and the seasonableness of the goods to which they are attached. It's a three day combination of this All Around Sale which has attracted so much attention, with our usual week-end bargain event-^joining forces for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with the idea of making it the biggest event in point of sales and savings ever held by this store. A special purcliase of Newest Crepes 17 l-2c In 35e and 40c Values This is a sale lot that needs little conim.enf, tor a eight of these lovely wash fabrics will at once convince you that the week-end price scarcely representfi half their regular raiue. Dainty DoUy Yarden effects and neatest floral designs in white or light colored grounds, shown in an unusually large variety of choice. Cheaper by far than you have ever seen such goods sold for before. big Sale Lot of Ratine Hats $1.00 Just Released from the Cuatoms-Worth $2.50. Hats that you pay $2.00 to ?2.50 for in moat stores and consider you are getting good value at that. Medium shapes, made of excellent quality white ratine, soft roll brim that can be worn up or down: becoming to almost every type of face and remarkably cheap for Thursday, Friday and Satiu-day. Three Big Bargain Tables Each one with its own sale ticket, representing savings in every case of about half actual values. Table No. 1-IT^^c Ladles' Yests in short sleeves or sleeveless; HosieiT for ladies in fancy lisles and cottons, also for children iu fine ribbed goods, sizes 6 to 10 inches. Table No. 2-25c Lisle and finest cotton Hosiery in ladies' sizes, black, tan and white; vests in short sleeve or sleeveless styles and lisle gloves in every wanted color. Table No. 3-35e Silk Lisle Hosiery in extra fine qualities. Silk Lisle Gloves in all the best colors, and fine Lisle Vests-beautifully trimmed and finished. Silk Hosiery 55c Regular $1.00 Value Heavy silk leg yvilh lisle top, heel, toe and sole, black, tan and white. Long Silk Gloves 95c Worth up to .$1.50 Hea'v'y silk, 24 inches long, double tipped fingers, shown in all colors. Dress Goods 60c Regular $1.00 Value Pure wool broken checks, brocades and silk and wool crepes in alnlos^ every size. Embroidery 10c Worth up to 20c Edgings and insertions in iimisually fine Swiss goods for such a low price. Natural Silk Waists S2.45 Regular $'..bO Value Made with drop shoulder, long sleeves, front and back �yoke. Voile and Crepe Waists $1.40 Worth up to $3.00 A'ery dainty garments, drop shoulder, splendid fitting. Perfect Fitting Corsets SI.50 Worth up to $2.60 Really remarkable .values, various models suited to all medium figures. Whitewear 20 Per Cent. Off Sidrta and Gowns. Combinations and Princess .Slips, Coi'aet Covers, etc., all included. Crepes and Wash Goods 25c Worth up to 45c Kxcepilonally good qualities in a very largo variety of choice. Crepes and Wash Goods 35c Worth up to 65c A special sale lot representing some of the choicest goods ot tlie season. ALL PARASOLS & SUNSHADES 20 Per Cent Off. -�- ALL HOUSE DRESSES 20 Per Cent Off. Great Savings in Ready-to-Wear Suits and Coats, Skirts and Dresses, Klmonas, Y'lash SklrU and Wash Drosses, all included without any reserve wliatever. ALL THE NEW SUITS ALL THE NEW SKIRTS i �� 20% �" SILK i CLOTH DRESSES ALL WASH SKIRTS 20% oft ALL THE NEW COATS ALL WASH DRESSES 20% "ft" ALL SUMMER WALSTS 20 Per Cent Off. ALL HAND BAGS 20 Per Cent Off CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Blodt 43?1 2 ;