Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
uvn.v m.uu.n MILADI Household Flour For by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridgc. f.f u iih .Mrs II Mrs W It Skfrman, of (.'aljati. is with Mrs. V. H irt'iiQ home on Monday Blue Ribbon who have be-n Mr. and MCE. J. 11. Koss, en a ttin to Vancouver. H Holiday Specials Go On Sale To-night at 7.30 and Remain On Sale Till Monday Night at 10 o'clock i> iiitMiNiux v. No (Inulit V holiday it -it tiirily filli-il. lit i on Sale lor ilcin1-. lien.1 i- llit- li-t. it tlirniitiii r 51 99 On al GUIs' Blttt Vic! Oxfordi, talent tip. All fl to j to ri giria of from 4 Ui Men's Flannelette Night Shirts and medium Atlght. suitable for >e5r. flood rooaij wfll madd asJ Gaisbed turn do-aii collar. On Social Sale fit I wW doien onlr, While acrj I.igbt Mixture Straw Sailor or Galatea with ulde ialla ribbon and streamer? ".Oc. values. OD Sale at Ladies' Neckwear and Belts Ladies' Jabots and MOCK Coli-ard, Buig.irifaii lace irlramtd In titreinely eltv and a. llmlt-ed quantity of Silk Robespierre Collars. Regular values up to On Belt; at.................. Tbree dozen only, novelty In elastic and gold Potertbam telLs with rtal German and Idlzed SSlrer Buckles. Regular prices to 1200; all at one price......... 1 Young Men's Smart Felt Hats Smart Jaunty stTltr. In fine ft-et v, ith bound Black and [jearl arty- Regular J2.25 Reduced for ttls event g I Water Bottles Just a dozen only, glass waterjb with alight, decoration. about seven glasses. Reg. 7oc; ou Sale at eacb 10c FRESH RIPE PEACH ES, per Ib.......... Some Grocery Specials 15c LIME Large size bottle 30c The Hudson's Bay Stores The Brown Betty Tea Rooms Begs to "anouDCe- to_ its cus- tomers that.-it wtll tlose on Saturday, June 28, moath, Reopening Aug, 1st Confirms the Report J. 0.' Jones, vice-president of the United Mine Workers ts In the cjty oday. Mr. Jonea confirmed the re- port that ne and Secretary Carter had BFied. Asked ns to his plans for he future Mr. Jones nuke no .tatoaient, but make Eotns ev dinatlori to the members of the un- on at an early date. Old Country Engineer C- Crockett, H Sc, In tha city today and called on Supt. Reic at liis olflce. Mr. Crockett tsa con Bulling engineer horn Glasgow, and ia making a special'trip through Can ada visiting plants o( the, various leading elites ffonn coast to OF.OIL EXPLODED Xew York, June 27. :Two hundred tons of fuel oil oa board the steel lank Mohawk, by ihn Standard Oil Co, eroded with a ter- rific roar find a hurst of name this brVther Visiting- at 'A' Miss 'Ruth' Ckeenraan- spent- .thV MIES Shirley. Sweet ail thi rooterV -wandered io Briitfetta las .1 the las ..V toblt jumi> aiij wua wiiu a iif S to Supper, for the team and a dance given for the even ng's entertain men t. 'Miss Shirley has returned to Lelti bridge afltr a splendid iiaU with rel; lives ar.d friendB. Mr. and Mrs. Baughnian, Mlfs Tu Doris and Wendell Baughman an Rickeit Trent--to the Little Bo DEPARTMENT Ottawa, June The .Interest the Immigrants 'in wreck r.oar.Ollai'B are' bcinE" looked .alter 'liy 'tho' department o[ 'lor. -When, the wreck' occurred. Hon. T. W. Crotbcrf, who Is acling minis- ter ol the Interior, at once. ordered an to' lend assistance Igranls. lie' U' Vcoingj ds In land 'are assist them to find .tbelr feaggago aid them In gcUlnV Tv'pSt. 'tL afternoon, irhile the vessel was at anchor off Tompklnsville, staten Is- land, in New York Bay, killing f.lve aons and Injuring aix others A lozen.moro are unaccounted for, but are helleveu to have escaped on a craft that came to tho Mohawk's aid or by shimming ashore. Two bodies were seen floating in the hold, while hro boals were Fllll pouring stre.ams of water Into the wrecked aft-end of tho steamer late tonight. The other probably were blown to pieces. fishing, being go'ne four days, ic Teault of plenty of fish and a gooil aking. Roy Paulson is home for a few days. -Mr. Gorcon and famiiy of Granura, rother of J. Rickett and Sits. son, have been here for a visit of fey.- days and meeting several old cqualnlances. A Woman's Sympathy- Are you discouraged? Is j-our doctoijs bill a heavy fin- ancial load?