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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Y, JUNE 29, 1914 THE LETHBRIDCE DAIiLY PAGE SEVEN. 7 CLARKE CO. The Ladles'Store 453 Acadia Block Supply your Outing and Travelling Needs at this All Round Sale Things that are indispens- ible and absolutely neces- sary for your personal com- fort during the holiday sea- son, shown here in the greatest variety of choice within your reach and at splendid .reductions from original values every day this week. Ratine Hats Worth Wash Dreeses 1 20 PiivCent. Off. JAM coats 1-3 Less, Any Hat rimmed Woitll up to J10.00 han Regular. Bell Shaped Parasols "Worth Silk Lisle Hose 35c Regular 50c, Nat. Silk Waists Regular 54.60 Vatye. Voile Waists Worth up to Undervests Worth 25c. Union Suita 50c Worth 7oc. 20 Per Cent Off. All Suits 1-3 Lens Than Regular. "Silk Boot Hose 550 Worth Heavy Silk Hose Worth ?1.50 Long Gloves 95c Regular Value. Fine Lisle Vests 25c Regular 45o Value. !At tho rtsbytiirian churches in tho city .yestoiay. Patriotic Das' Vas eommemprfcd, and strong sermons and approphte music were in order. At Knoxlhurch Rev. A. G. Cam- eron spoke i the morning from John "Takaheae things and dwelt oh thbubject of "Now Patriot -wMcHhe said, demanded the 'which are more nteroiis and deadly than the., outwardlhat we should love our countrymeiiAd that we should listen to the call.ojhe 20th century, which IB worWt-wid In the Bving Rev. Mr, Cameron preached a werful sermon from the text, "Blessa are peacemakers, or they shall totalled the children of touchii on the commemora- tion this yean ono hundred years of peace betweeihe United States and Great.Brltalnfcd -what it meant, Mr. Cameroa told! a delightful way, the story oi thekclug of a statue of Christ, the Hca of 'Peace on the boundary Hue Ween Argentine1 and Chile, over wjb. there had been a dispute, wMchVeateiied to turn into war, but which jl finally been settled by arbltratlonlrhU spirit, he said, was typical olie times, a sign of C DAY HI HUDSON'S1Y CO. OWNS GOOD London, Juno At the Hud- son's Bay company meeting today Sir Thomas Skinner drew the atten- tion of the shareholders to the ac- counts which were now presented in a similar and more Instructive form, showing separately the yield of stores 'and fur .business. -Commercial depression, he said, had prevailed throughout the world to a greater or lesser extent and Canada had suffer- ed to a great extent. All branches of the company's business had been af- fected. The comhin.ed profits reached expenses left profit of and witti the amount brought forward there was a total of the balance t the credit the land account was The quantity of fur re- ceived considerably exceeded the yea previous and if the prices had been maintained the value would have instead of which was actually realized. Speaking of the oil prospects of Al herto, Sir Thomas said that the Hud son's Bay Co. owned acres within" a radius of 12 miles from the Dingman well as they now reserved rights of all underground wealth when selling land, they were rarefully watching developments in this re- gard. The receipts for the first quarter of the present year were against for the same quar- balance ter last year. Holiday Attire Specially Priced tliu grcming which would re At 3t. Audi was fittingly ternoon by the the evening by church. ._ Itev. Sir. Bry _ "What, mean th erhood of nations, iu universal peace. church, the day liratod in the af- day school, and in cial services in the loke from the test, He dwelt on ajnber or the great monuments thrfliout the country, including those ped to the mem- ory ot ChamplalK'olfe, Brock, etc., each oae of Vilwriaa" in telling the of tho wait 1812, and how Uiese men had 11 down their lives for Canada. In [lying tho "lesson which thetr liveluight, Ilev. Mr. Bryaa asked the may help to make answering It liy statins that tould contribute, first, character. could help, he said, by'maklnjodiy homos. All could help by tue upbuilding of the Church, anl the making of a wholesome andjogregBjve city. One of the any- one could make, .had, was the de- voting of his enerato the waging of war upon the eics of Canada. These, he Bald, Wffargely inward enemies, such r ajntamperance, gambling, social viioverty, unem-1 ployment, capltalisnoaecration ,ot I the Sabbath, Jingo! and lawless- ness. On each these, Mr. uVelt at soMnj-th, and ill speaking of intempej. referred to tho great wave of ao diametri- cally antithetical to traffic that, was abroad Inj country at tho present time. Ifintioned tho elections in Ontario ly, in Manitoba next ]ijs peo- ple to pray for tho telines forces, that they might be jrious. In closing his 'Rev. Mr. Bryan predicted tlltionnl pro- hibition be a rojhy 192U. fop Tuesday Shoppers Tuesday, the day before the glorious Dominion Day, will be of.special interest to those who de- sire something smart a.'ucl stylish for holiday wear. We have priced each article with the idea that we can double our business tomorrow, as the store will be closed all day Wednesday. The June Sale of Waists Will ho continued' until tomorrow night' at 10 o'clock. Tills Waist Sale lias been with- out a dnubt the best and :biggest clean up we over had. K you will 'como down tomor- row you will see bargains like these: to Waists, final pries........S5c to Waists, final to Waists, final MILAD1 OF 'THOSE WHO WALK ALONK Women lliere .are on earth, more sweet and iiigli, Who lose their own and walk bereft and lonely, Loving thai one lost heart until thoy dio, Loving it unly. And so they iiever see Upside them grow ChihUttit, whose coming is like .the breath of (lowers Consoled ity subtler loves the angels know Tlirough childless hours. Good deeds they do they comfort and they bless In duties others put off till the mor- row Their look is halm, their touch is tenderness To all in sorrow. Betimes ihe world smiles at them as 'twere shame, This maiden RUISR, long after youth's departed But in God's Book they bear another "The faithful-hearted." Faithful in life, and faithful unto death, Such souls, in sooth, illume with lustre splendid That glimpsed, glad land wherein, the Vision saith, Earth's wrongs are ended. Burton. Miss Currie will spend the -summer vacation at Colllngwood, Out. Miss Eennington is going to King- ston, Out, for the holiday season. Mary Murphy left on Satur- day .for an extended visit to -her home in Moncton, N. B. CHILD .BURNED iDE'ATH Crock, Siisk., 20 _Tiia three-year-old child, G> Bolden Prnlrlo was In krhcn Hie house burn' Lexty of deuth QRUSO Linen Street Dresses Two or three splendid styles in this service- able Linen Cloth, colors bisque, linen, cadet and white. Sizes up to 42. Crepe and Ratine Dresses At this price you will mid over ten different stylos In the popular Coatee and 2 piece or -combination dresses. The are. principally 14, 16, 18 years and 34-36 bust. All the new shades, pumpkin, seraphe and Jjiiuraucr blue. Fancy Dresses Silk Dresses Mies Bowden spend the sum- mer at her home in Manitoba. Major Schoof, who is to lecture in Wesley church tonight on Mexico, was a week-end guest with Mr, and Mrs. George Whelen, Sixth Avenue. Dorothy Bentley 'has returned from Castor, where she spent iher vacation with- her sister, 'Mrs. Din- ning. Miss Olive Birch, of Chatham, out, is the guest of her sister, Miss Alice Birch. .They leavo-in a day or two to spend the hoIidaysMn Vancouver. Mr. and Sirs. W. Carter entertained it a delightful affair on Saturday ivehing in courtesy to Mr. and Mra. P. Unsworth and baby, who ,his week lor a; three months' lay trip to England. a Miss Halpenny will visit riends an ICfbdersley, Sask. Miss Plette goes to Newcastle, N. B., to spend iho summer months. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Ten-ill are holi- daying- at the Water ton Lakes, Mrs. "W. J-T. W'eber has as her guest her niece, Miss Edith McFarquahar, of Macleod. Miss Smith, of the teaching staff, leaves this weelt to attend summer school at Edmonton. To insure a Perfect Fitting Dress, you must first be sure you have a Corset that is correct in style, is specially adapted to your and will retain its shape These features in Bon Ton Corsets Our summer stock of this famous make is now complete Bon Ton Corsets are made 'by the Royal Worcester Co., and as tho name "Bon Ton" designates, are made especially to suit the needs of -ladies who demand that smarter than ordinary. In the "Bon, Ton" ifcuje will be found just the style to suit their particular fancy. Material Is finest French Batiste; Corset ds, finished, with 6 supports. Styles ore long hip and low bust and come In every medium and full figures. Prices 46.00 and WHEN SELECTING YOUR CORSETS ASK TO 86 SHOWN THE NEW PRESSES, -WAISTS AND SUITS THAT ARE AR- RIVING DAILY. Hudson's Bay Co. Dresses that you will find the latest m uiaterlrtl and two pleco linen dresses, coatee dresses in crepes, Dally Varden crepe, ratine, .pougeo and other serviceable materials, sizes from 3-t. Siik Boot Hose 50c 200 (pairs of Radium Hose, with Bilk boot garter top- colors black, whits hn.d tan. Regular 85o and f 1.00. Tues- day Jiaif price. Best quality only Silk Dresses in colors black, brown, navy, Copenhagen, old made up. in several sniart'styles, hice trimmed, a wonderful bar- gain. 34, 36, 38 and "40 only. Long Lisle Gloves 30c Grown Lisle and Cotton Gloves, elbow length, while or black, double tip. While they last on Tuesday, 80c a pair. Sfiss Grey leaves on Wednesday to spend tho summer at Vancouver. Miss Trenholm will spend the sumi mer at her home in Coaticook, Que- bec. Mrs. T. M. Huff, and, children are riisitlng relatives In Cowley and Pin- cher Crock. Miss Boles leaves on Friday to spend the vacation season at Van- couver. Miss Gertrude Jackson leaves to morrow to spend the summer ;r> Elora, Out. Miss Dawson leaves lomorrow to spend "July and August with her nothcr at Peterhoro, Out Miss Jam Reid leaves tomorrow for Rrantford, Out., where she will spend he summer months. we Miss Blanche Ashton leaves tomor- row to spend her vacation at Toron- to and New York. Miss Gllrle will spend her vacation at her .home in Draytqn, Ont, and will visit at various points en route. The postponed Aquatic Club dance, which was announced for tomorrow evening at the new boat house, has been again postponed until Thursday evening. Invited guests are asked to notice this change of date. The home of Mr. and Mrs. James Slmm, Eleventh St., was the scene of a pretty wedding at two o'clock this afternoon, when their third daughter, Annie, was united in marriage to Mr. Wilbur Chester McKeime, son of.Mr. and Mrs. B. McKenzie, of this city. The home was prettily decorated with, pink ami white carnationfi, valley lilies and .ferns. Ths bride looked very winsome in her wedding gown of white broche silk with overdress ot shadow .nd. veil with orange blossoms, and cantieei a .shower bouquet of bride >ses. She was attended by Miss May Kenzie, who wore a pretty costume of Copenhagen 'blue voile and carried pink roses, while Mr. Fred Siinm, bro- ther of the bride, supported the jroom. The -ceremony was performed toy the Rev. A. G. Cameron in the pres- ence of only the immediate while the wedding march was played by Mrs. A. G. "Cameron. Immediately after the ceremony dainty luncheon was'served. Mr. and Mirs. McKenzie left to spend their honeymoon at Banff and Calgary, the briide travelling in a smart black and wliite checked suit with touches of crimson satin and saxe blue hat with roselbuds, and upon their return will reside In the city. Among dhe many lovely gifts were two beautifully upholstered chairs and a dock from Knox church choir and managers. Clubs and Societies Knox church prayer meeting will not be held this week. St. Andrew's Intermediate Christ- ian Endeavor will 3iold a social to- morrow evening, commencing at 7 RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store LETHBKIDGE FAIR July 7. 8. 9 Knox Ladies' Aid will meet at 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, when a full attendance is desired. St. Andrew's church will hold their preparatory communion service on 'riday evening. St. Cyprian' Woman's Auxiliary i old their postponed meeting Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, when ,he report from the Calgary diocesan rill be given. Tea will bo served. St. Andrew's ladies' Aid will hold their 'postponed ice cream social to- night at Mrs. Pirlc's, ISIS Third Aye. North, when a good program will be supplied. The teacher training class of Knox Sunilay school will try their examina- tions on the New Testament on Thursday evening. on On Friday evening preparatory ser- vice will be held in Knox church. Holy communion will be administered at both services on Sunday next. Ow- ing t othe fact'that some of the eld- ers are out of town, the communion cards will be mailed this time, Westminster Kpworth League will enjoy a picnic Biippor at tho exhibi- tion ground's tomorrow evening, when Leaguers are asked to go straight from business. Should mutters ar- ranged i" "10 meantime the foooib, which the Lcdlea' Aid will use during ho exhibition, will be erected. Wesley ladles' AM will meet on Friday afternoon at three o'clock in- stead of Wednesday, as July 1st 'is a mblic holiday, This will be the regu-1 or monthly business meeting. Re- will lie served and a full attendnnco is urgently desired. Wesley Mission Band enjoyed a pic. nlc mippcr OB tho lava of (Dr.) Covering, tho president, on Saturday Vienna, June opinion has gained ground in authoritative circles here that the future of Austria-Hun- gary, now more than ever depends up- on the health of the venerable Emper- or Francis Joseph. It was pointed out in high political circles that, if the Emperor is per- mitted to reign only a few years moro, everything may continue as us- ual and Archduke Francis Ferdinand's death will have little lasting material effect upon the foreign or domestic af- fairs of the dual monarchy. It "was argued that should a youthful and inexperienced ruler, like the Archduke Charles Francis Joseph, or the late Archduke Otto, suddenly be called upon to take the reins of gov- ernment, a period of anxiety might supervene. The young Archduke and his wife, who v.'fis Princess Zlta or Parma, are both -extremely popular among; all classes of society, and ev- erybody, from the Emperor down, is said to be prepared to do their uemost to help them in every way to rise to the responsible position so suddenly thrust upon them. The suggestion put forward in some quarters that Archduke Francis Fer- dinand's death is likely to cause a political upheaval is said to have lit- tle rea'l foundation, as the old Emper- or has kept the reins of government in his own hands. The bodies of the murdered couple are expected to reach here tomorrow, and will be buried nest "week at Ans- tetton, Upper in accordance with tiie late Archduke's wishes. Al- ready the city is draped iii mourning. It lias been decided that the bodies are not to He in state in the court chapel here, as was cot regarded as a membsr of the Imper- ial family. The there- fore, will taito place et St, Stephen's Cathedral, or the Belvidere Chapel. The bomb thrown ky Medjo Cabri- novics at Sarayevo yesterdayv Js ported to have fceen Made at the Sar- vian gun factory at KraguyiBvatz. RUSSIAN COMMENT BITTER St. Petersburg, ments of' the Russian press today Oft the assassination oi Franc Ferdinand and his consort reflect bitterness of the anti-Austrian ate- ment of the Russian nation. Some of the newapaptrs refer tov the assassination as an "oTfltnnHjr for Austria to change her and -they, declare that the Archduke "bore in.himself the spark which was to kindle a Europeaa con- flagration." v MORE BOMBS TODAY Saraycvo, June 29. A bonrti thrown by a youth standing on tin corner of the main street of the Bos- nian capital, was the signal tbf? morning for a serious anti-Servian outbreak, which the troops found considerable difficulty in quelling. The only damage done by the-boflrtf was a slight injury, to a passing Mus- sulman, hut the rougher element on the incident as an excuse start a demonstration. to frocks and suits presented a -pretty piloture of youthful activity on the jretty tree-shaded grounds where swings and hammocks were arranged for the guests. A number of the little members gave various selections on the program and were enthusiastical- ly encored. Mrs. Levering was assisted -by a numlber of the ladles of the church, and at tho tea iioin- tablecloths were spread on the grass, and supper was enjoyed picnic fashion. CHILD KILLED BY AUTO Calgary, Alta., June Ihe eight-year-old daughter of T. McCul- lough, was fatally Injured when she was rim dowp by an auto driven by PYank OF manager of the Russell TECK TO REPRESENT KING fndon, June The Duke of ;k will represent bis Majesty King Wge at the funeral, ef the Arch- UNIONIST BY ACCLAMATION London, June Thom- as Stamford, Unionist, was elected by acclamation to sit for-.the constituent cy of Brighton, in the House ot Com' moiie, today. The vacancy was caus- ed through tbe resignation of. Hon. J. E. Gordon, Unionist member, "who resigned owing to ill-health. Londou, June on thttr home grounds Gloucestershire wai defeated by an innings by Lancashire in their match started Saturday. :i PARKER Carnival Shows At Lethbrldge ;