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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THK K DAILY JlERAl.D THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1911 Buy Clothes Like A Business Man TTSE THE same horse sense that you use in your business when you buy clothes. Consider that a great store like ours is a power in clelhiufi fieMii tbai o'jr 1'c-wer i? J tj'jer.ce aluer are ciest. nt of t'ulilerol DON'T to ;i flWul ilif nuiiiifrtl menus nt protein? value al tie comir.aul Ci tome stores. There'" no music about it. VMK'S ami oi-l.alue ar.d that's tuiyinj i-ower pO.UE in nnv day :iml prove tlio miili of iiiosc llie wonderful values we've fSifiuKed in s-ute auj The ROYAL STORE Southard Block STARTS; SECOND DAY j ON STAND EVIDENCE IN MAIN UNSHAKEN OCCASIONALLY WITH DIVORCED WIFE London, March IS.-SIiss May Rich- ardson, tlie militant suffragette, who ori'Tuesday kaefccd Velasquez' Kofce- "famous painting in ihe Xalumal Gallery, was today sentenc- ed 'to six mouths1 imprisonment. The- case asainst '.Miss Richardson Y.HS disposed "of in record tur.c. She v.ab attested on March 10, taker, to KOTT Sum police court and eomtmt- for trial nv the magistrate life oar, the Grand .luiy_ yes- uft'ay retorted a true till 'asrair.sfc and she today, tried and LT .a jury at thf London "The slow and premeditated Jiiur- dfr of Mrs. Panthurst is the ultimatum vli.ich has inade ncces- TLe nation scenic to be dead or we women have tnoctcJ vaiulv at the" doors- uf ministers, bishops aud archbishops and "-even 01 the Mart. MfiiMi luiuelct out iht> fact that ttux- K-ri v..ts oci-uityicj: a roous in the Fiiiic of bla wife at t'Q-jrt. and M the lime livins: ttiih wife i" SL R- A. Houuar to Uovire- j i-kU.1 in any extent, ikif Ike of tliis star fitness iti castf. Thf of Huxlcu i lipcuii a i noon yesterday, was throughout all uiornicg av.d to M it i will uoi Iv foiu-ludetl iMs aftprnoois. Like tlie ol cross-eiaialu- j the Ihts norning was i of the Ijaiuaior ?.DI! variety. The'ttnuerrifu! uid i.ot ?eeni i lo affet-t llttvum la ihe ieast. I Mr. Bouuar first Legau an i into past htstory. and spent (he balance of ihe morning ty trying to caleh tbe witness on points ol variance his evidence Siv- pn at the urolimlnarv hearicp. and t ihai given the yresent occasion. I After first brlngins out that Buitou bailed .originally frum Vittsburg, -Mr. UoDiiar entered into the details or an defalcation of made by Buiton. j adimtied that tfcis reut irontiy collected for the owners of the j buildlngr exchange, -irhich he had used for Ms. own benefit, but he deIO> worded the fact ct a business transaction which was involved, am showed that several prominent Win nipeg business men -who were lit; wcm 3001! tor his loss. The deal 'was in connection wiih a sum mer resort at Mlnneionfca Beach Minn. Huiton was the promoter. Dustcn denied that he had eve: been a spotter, a stool nigeon or a Thiel detective at He stated that he married both wives in the United States, and tha he tent bis trunk? at his roooi bis divorced wife in Cumberland Court.. He also admitted that took some meals t'nere, but 'statei "I Itr.oiv that you s J caw scutenre me. stand 'only Tew months1 tor- ture, fcnl fate nidkrs little d pace. I -am-really a grateful ar.d happy r.onian I have Ilailer. Th? prosecutor in addressin? xhc "ury on bri.ali oi the govcrntntnt thai urte ir.istit veil, doubt whe- ther ihe pEisctiicr was 'in her riglit Thtrc uas, however, r-o medi- cal evidence tu show that she was a ayti reapoiisibt? for her ac- Richardson has on a gcr strike since arce-st. Tn reply- ing to Ifcp charge luday she said That l-.ft act was premeditated aud p'c-adrd guilty, Jiidge Ubbeit Wallace, wKo presided over the MUs said am an art stii'lent, but I care more for justice than for an. I firni- that when tnc nation has fih'at its eye to and has allow- ed ivomea TL'Lo are fighting for justice to "lie nialtrealed aorJ tortuicd, such an action as mine should be under- able (o live in a century -in which Mrs. Panfchuist lived, and because in a .slight measure, f have tried to carry out what 1 briieve ia.T1 FIRE VICTIMS NOW NUMBER FOUR Linasay, -Or.L. March Two umre victims are claimed "ai a result I of tte ..Vandipon Hro, i occurred! on Tuesday night, Willie. having ileJ j yetierday afternoon as (he his, burns, and Jackie this morning. The children were badly burned and inlialod considerable, sinoke. The fo'Jr fire victims are the father and three children, wlirf -were, buried this WIIH ON IOLLS1ESII JjiDglcn, Match h- tfinUactcd witli former Rear Ai'.miia! Holies, president nf the Fore Hiver Shipbuilding company, for ami. a coaluiRejit fee o! VijOOft, TO w-jrt for loll .exemptions for Am- erican coast vise ships in the Pana- ma CJTIS) Act charged today by Claterre W. Ue Koigiit, Iieiorc the Senat? lobby committee- When you've ordered Silk do you accept Sateen Almost a foolish question, quite! There are. still some people who order Xellogg's Com Flakes given a substitute "just as accept the imitation. The difference between and the "just as good" kind is even greater than the difference between silk and sateen. The great difference is in the flavor and the nutriment. Be sure that you ask for and get Kcllogg's. It k the original lOc per package 103 For bis services iri beliaif of llie Fore Hirer Shipbuilding companv, befoifc the Senate Canals Commission j'lvhfu In? Panama Canal was iin- :der consi do ratio Ue Knight testi f.ed he was paid only the Sl.UOQ dc- 'spite the fad that'.the tolls exemp- maTidcil the contingent fee fiorn PrCiMent iloVics after the hill was' but IWjght ILe did j i-ol it was U-caiibe bill did 1 sjn through in such Eorra (hat the i Fore fiivcc Shipbuilding company might build ships. i ''Dili your contract call Tor a con-j ngem'y, nLerehy tlie bill was io jinciuflr a provision under which the i go'-euiriienl ty contract for sbipsj (in the toll exemption grant-] Senator Refd. So, I don't IJiink faid 1 don'i exactly remtinbri ilir con- I was to gel the if ihe Jiill went Uinnjgh a re.rlain way. i I that 'Admiral company flid n6t ImiM" the! I to juiatter dropped nnd f ani still i retained by thr. company in coixrt- tioii it.s laf-Ts." j The cnmmitlee flcrnanrlM that DC 1 K nigh t, pro'hicc his con tract w it b j Howies. wMcJi uitficss said he do later. DC Knight had been to prorlucc' I'll PS of his in relation tn J legislative matlers. bu[ he uiffA that vhrthfr (heir prciriiit-Uuri Kn er n falcn I [a! between ;rj ar.-l client. said that he Viicw ot no (irganlrcr! rfTnil nnv tti f-ghl repeal (it the tfitT exemption clause ami rfe that hft wrilln :mv letters of wnrnir.v tti coiopanits relating to it. Aft'xrd if he tnew ol ar.y fur.d bring rawd the re- peal, DcKftteM said that TIP diil fiol. PI ADVC P LLAKiVCi KKVSTOXK AT -STAULAM) TOMORROW THE LADIES' STORE 453 Acaiia Block Friday and Saturday A Rousing Two-Day Bargain Event where Every Customer will Benefit Financially Tliis vu'fk-iMiii snip will bo ;iiioiher C'veul of grout saving Hit- niosl imporluiil vol. jiulKcd from Uio viewpoint of size, assortments riiiu tin- cliaracier of llie spleiuliil savini; propositions involved, nix! we strongly every woman iu lo put aside all obstacles and attend, for true economy in its sense is illiislralcil in llie btir'gain sale price of even- item incliulrtf, and every deparlinciil Juis licen called upon to its finest mid newest oflTpriiujs. These week-end sales are growing wonderfully in importance from week lo week: every event of the kind adds to (he success of the next one, which is pretty conclusive evidence (hat bargains which measure up to .the standard of (liis slore, are kinds that appeal most strongly to the economical .women of this city. LOOK OVEK EVERY ITEM CAREFULLY. VALUES INCH EASE AS YOU KEAI) First Showing AND OPENING SALE OF i NEWEST TRIMMED .HATS to Friday and Saturday hundred or the verr latest ;uid atlraclLvi; frt'allcns we ever had lo show, Just received Jrom the creators and on display niul sale tomorrow for the first time. risk Hits and other lead- ing American one of a kind and all exclus- ive with thii ing the finest and most com- prehensive collection si prices three to five dollars less than you pay ir> other stores. 95.00 to DOWN THE PAGE. Friday-Saturday Silk Sale Friday-Saturday Waist Sale, Worth up to S2.QO. Itemliful quality Satin Messelaincs in almost endless variety of colors ;iml checks, sluils ami plain inches wide: colors tans, browns, new blue, Copenhagen, navy, tango, muslard, helio, sky, pink, black, while, mauve, green, etc; Values Worth up lo S3.00 Beautiful quality Collou Voile high or necks, short or lony sleeves, made wilh front yoke, mul llie new drop shoulder. A special Inl of imported American goods, beautifully made, perfect filling, sizes ill lo 11; while oulv. Hosiery Sale 25c Regular 45c Valuef. FJictra fine qua lily Cotton and Hosiery In black, or Ian; some v-'ith natural sole, very service- alle and splendid to irear; to 10. Dogskin Walking Gloves 95c. In Regular Values. Just the proper thing iti ihe iicw effects, pliowa in tans only, and a full range of sizes Irohi C to T'J. Gloves lhat give the greatest amount ser- vice and preferred for street wear-by best dressed and moat particular women. Dress Goods 45c up to 75e. ciualily pure wool Merges, Cashmeres. .Twewls and Plaids in a spleDdiJ pelectioi] of all the wanted colors, 10 lu 11. iuchcs very for tbis IFriday and Saturday Will Be Two Big Days In the selling of Newest Suits, Coats and Dresses The largest and best selections ever shown in this 'dig, offering rnany special savings for this two- day sale. Suit Friday-Saturday Coat Sale, Worth up to A splendid selection .of very lalcsl styles in pure wool Navy Series us well as Tweeds ami'-Worsteds in light and HUM] in in colors.1'-00315. all silk lined througlioul; skirls made wilh liigh waist line and cut moderately nnn'ow lo conform lo present styles. Worth up to ?25.00. SnuirU'sl Spoil Coals and the lunjj- cr k-nylhs in newest slyles, tlirec-quar- iers and .seven-eighths; in fans, hrowns, old rose, new blue, navy, grey am! black.. .Truly, wonderful values on sale for I his Friday-Salwday'sale. Another Suit Sale S22.50 Worth up lo A specially purchased lino of all t Xavy and Uedfbrds ns welt as tans and green colors of tame, and neat checks fn hlack and.white, and brown and white- all new Large Towels 25c Worth up to <0c. eizi TurXisb Towcts in ei- ciualltlCB and heary while or and whito very Plrony and ppioudld to Two Day Dress Sale 515.00 Worth up to Lovely Clotli and 811k Dreiscs IncludlnB oitr entire stock to and including All on 2kle for this two-day iale at Itio very low price of 515.00. Newest Kimona Crepe me W.orlh up to 30c Yard. Ilaufl.icme now Kimona Crepes that ycirliave not aeen before, large nrirl small designs, ecroll patternp, in culor.s sky, inn, grtj1, brcTin, pinlr. etc. Two Day Skirt Sale 55.00 Worth up to 58-50. T'uro Treeila anil In si.lcn-lld styles and perrcct fitting complotft shoeing of all sizes in various colors anJ styles. Very reasonably priced. Art Cretonne 171-2c Worth up to 25c.- Lovoly new rteslgns and eomblTiallon coloringe. 28 to 32 inches ivlile, soft and free from 'rtresslng, and exceptional mines ftl pticei. Friday-Sat. Whitewear Sale Friday-Saturday Corset Sale95c Inducing