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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THK l.KTHKIUDGK DAILY llERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 191I "Vi 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 the llm power U :i sui! quence c-ir vakr.- OXT listen to of folii about ilu- uifiins 'it' Fiodcrlcc valac uoKUau.l cf >orje sloref. Tbeiv'E co mask atoJt it. life's one one NMIV Of pn.vlu.-inir value and that's onyin; power as -.ve pOMK in any day si ml prove the li'iiih of these .SIH- Hie wor-derfiil vulnfs we've assembled iu Mills and :it The ROYAL STORE Southard Block BUXTON STARTS SECOND DAY ON STAND EVIDENCE IN MAIN UNSHAKEN j OCCASIONALLY WITH DIVORCED London, Marvli Mar Rich- ardson, fr.e militant suKragc-tfc, who liaeSed Velasquez'. Uote- a 'famous paialtng in the Xatlunal Gallery, was today sentenc- ed 'to rc.cmtfo' imprisonment. The. cas; against 'Miss Kicliardsoa dispeoni of in record tirae. She ivab arrested on Mareli 10, taken to Koiv Street pj.lice rouit conimit- tii !or trial or the masistrate on tt'e fCT.e day, 'the (iracd Jury UN OS AY Mow and premeditated iiuir- ilfr o! Einmelice I'anVkursl is the ultimatum which has wade sary the recent srtis oi her followers. The nation" swms to te dead or asleep Jtiv we women have knocked i Bishops "and archhisiops' and'even "o! the King Wraseli. i "1 kr.ow that you will sentence me. 1 can stand 'only a'few months' tbr- iurp, my fr.te. males little uiiTei- yesterday a Man. Mar. h vor.il iTiuvius cut if.c (Ail that Bus- j ton ocwylus room in llic i MiUe of hi3 iHveR-eJ wWV it i'um- perjnj Court, ar.J at (he wirao lime llvi'if wife iu Si. R. A. Hoaaar failed lo dejire- to evteist. this morelnfr. the j eiUer.ro of this star iu Itie- case. The o: Huxlou was ijejun at yesterday, was icctiivjed throughout all the morning ar.il to all "awearancw It will lie concluded this afternoon. j Like Ihe first iwriod of i'ross vxaullu- yliou. (he argument this morning was of the liamcer snJ looEi variety. The'imiiwrcKul did 10 affect Ihmini la the Itast. Mr. Boiiiar first tesaii an iurcftlga- into Bimeo's pasi history, ar.4 spent the balarat of the morning by loiug to tbe witness points of variance between hia evidence Riv- en at liK urelimir.sry hearing. i ihat given on the yreseui occasion. I After first cat that Buiton bsiled cricinally frcrn PittshnrK. Mr. [Junnar entered into the details of an aleged (MaleMicn of IISM made by Bniton. j Huston adiallted thai this was rent I money collected for the owners of the building escharjse. -which he had used I for his own benefit, but he deftly worded in the fact o! a business transaction which involved, nnd showed several prominent ousineSE who were his partners went sood for his The deal was iu with a sum nicr resort at JlIniKtonka Bearh Minn. Huston W-BS the promoter. Buxton dented that he had ever lieeu a spotter, a stool ritceon or a Thiel delective at Fort He staled that he married both wives in the United States, and iha his trunks at his room will his divorced wife in Cumberlar.i Court, lie also admitted that he look some meal5; (here, but that the lease was in her. name. FIRE NOW O'lt.. VICTIMS NUMBER FOUR March j and sl.e- was, today, ijied aort (OaTictrd by a jriry .il the London JrPiskms. at'thp Old IIalley. the -try en bPnali oi the government i-aiii thai imsM '.veil dcubi whe- ther the prisoner was -in her ritht "I here ixas, however, m medi- t'al eminence to show that she was a not responsible for her nc- ticns. .Miss Richardson has teen on z hun- ger strike since her arrest. In reply- ing to Ihr charge today she said thAt lici act and ?he jdcadcd guiUr. Addressing Judge llbberl WaUace, presided over the .Miss -Kichatdson saiii i "I am ;ia ari sturient. hut i care azainst encr. I am really: .A graieiul and happv .T, orr.an because I have been able to live, in a ce.Ttury in which Mrs. fanshursi lived, and becatise in a bttghl measure, 1 liav tried to carrv out what I believe in.'1 Liudsar, mure victims are claime-3 as a result of the MaddUon firp, which occurred nizhi, yVillie bavins died j ariernoon as ihe iesultSof bis burns, and Jackie this The children were badly burned anil InteleJ '.'onsideraile. sir.ose. The four :fire victims ire the father and three children, wlio'.-were buried this afternoon. UN ON MLS Wasbip-ston, March 12.-That he contracted with fonder picsidrnt ul thp Fore Hiver Shipb'JiTdiiik' e for justice than for art, I firm- and, a coiaijigrnl. tee ot For liii scrrires in bebali of the i f'o" Iliter Shipbuilding cotnpanr, hefatc the Senate CanaU Coimiiibsion j ly rjelievc that when the nation has t ils eye to justice and has allow- ed women are fighting for justifc to'be maltreated and tortured, such an nciiou a5 Riirje ihould be ttandable. work for toll cifriiptiar.s for critan coasUise shipa in the rus Canal Act charged ttxiay Ly Vl- up Koight, brinrc the Senate lobby tominittee- When you've ordered Silk do you accept Sateen Almost a foolish question, quite! There are. still some people who order Kellogg's Corn Flakes and are given a substitute "just as accept the imitation. The difference between CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Pime453 Auto Block and the "just as good" kinrj is even greater than the difference between silk and sateen. The great difference is in the flavor find (he nutriment. Be sure that you ask for and get It k the original, lOc per package irn leration, lie Knight testi-i- to'fied he paii! only the de- Arr.-! spite (he fact tiiat the toils exemp- 'am- "ion VBS included in the biH. HB de- thf rontingent tee from Prcaidfct Ro'wlcs after the hill was" passed, hut thought the reason he did) not gel it was because the hill Jitl t iiot through ia snrli forri tiiat the; P'ore iliver Shipbuilding company build some ships.' j "DicJ your ef.ntrnci call for a Con- uherfhy bit! was to licclurle a provision the goTornnienl to contract for ships j I in the toll was grant- KAket! Sinalor Kfed. No, E don't think said Dft ''1 don't ccaftly reinosnhpr the cos-' jtingency. t was lo gel Hit if the MM went through a certain way, j Anyhow, I birj-.i thai Admiral Hrr.vlfs1 company ilid n6t h'.iiM' the skips. 1 threatened io The) vras [Irnppc-1 :ind I am still i retained LS tE'.t1- comp.itiy in [Iron j The dcniai.rSe.i that DC' I Kniglit prrnl-jcc hi> contract with wliich the yiliicss he i iv.rjulfl do fater. lie KnigM had been' fi'Jhpi.enawJ "to nro'i'.KC of his] in relation to niany i legislative iiuders, but fie that Canted Jo consult as to' jwhelhfr their im- ronfiaertti.il rrlalions 'iittorr.o) ar.'l rlitnt. I Df! hriiif; raiwd Ur fit-ht the re- peal, HeKnight said lhal lie not. KKYSTONK AT HTAHLAXI) TOMORROW Friday and Saturday A Rousing Two-Day Bargain Event where Every Customer will Benefit Financially This sale will lx- another i-vcut of groal saving mnsl iniliorlant yet. jiuljtfci from the viewpoint of size, jtssorlim'iits and the clianu-tci' of lla1 snviiiu propositions and we strongly nrjjo every wonum in l.otlibriffee lo put aside ;il! iilisUiclt's nnrf attend, for true economy in its broadest sense is illnslnilctl in Hie sale price of even1 item incliulctl, and every department luis ht't'ii rallctl lo marshitll its finest ;md newest ofTeriiiys. These week-end sales are growing wonderfully in importance from week to week; every event of the kind adds to the success of the nexi one, which is pretty conclusive evidence that bargains which measure up to ..the standard of this store, arc (he kinds that appeal most strongly to the economical women of this city. LOOK OVEK EVERY ITEM CAREFULLY. VALUES INCREASE AS YOU HEAD First Showing ANO OPENING SALE OF I NEWEST TRIMMED, S5.00 S8.50 Friday and Saturday Tivo hucdre.l of the verr latest and attmllvy Lave ever liail Iu jnst received Jrotn tho evcalora ancl on dUpiay and sale totuovrov.' for the first time. risk Hits and other lad- ing American makes just one of a klr.d and ,iLI exclus- ivt with tltli comprji- ing the finest and mcst com. prehenslvc collection at prices three to five dollars Cess than you in other stores. to SS.60. DOWN THE PACE. Friday-Saturday Silk Sale Friday-Saturday Waist Sale, Worth up to J2.QO. Beautiful ipnilily Siilin Mcssflaincs in almost endless variety of. colors and checks, .shots and pltiin inches wide: colors Inns, bro-.vhs, new blue, Cupealiajjen, navy, lango, intislard, liclio, sky, pink, black, while, iiiiuivc, green, etc. Values Worth up lo S'i.OO Beautiful ipialily t'ollon Voile Waists, liitjli or low necks, short or long sleeves, made willi front yoke and (he new di'op shiinldfi'. A special lot of imported American goods, iieaulifully made, perfecl liltiny, :i I lo -11; while oulv. Hosiery Sale 25c Regular 45c Valuei. Extra fine quality Cotton znd IJsIc Hosiery In black. or tan; some with natural u-ool aole. reir service- ahle and splendid to wear; to IS. Dogskin Walking Gloves 95c. In Regular Values. Just tlie proper thing in Hie now niannisli eflects. showD In tans oniy, and a full range of sizes from C to Gloves thBt giro the Coxiest auiount. of ser- vice and preferred for ?treel wear by best and moet particular wouieu. Dress Goods 45c Worth up to 75c, Ixjvely Duality jmre wool Serges, Caslioicres. Tw-eeds nnd .Plaltta R sjiIeniliJ. selection of all the mauled colors. 40 to U vide; .very cheati for this salt. Friday and Saturday Will Be Two Big Days In the selling of Niv.'est Suits, Coats and Dresses The largest and best selections ever shown in this city, offering many special savings, for this two- day sale. >.t: 5 Friday-Saturday Suit Friday-Saturday Coat Sale, Worth up to A splendid sclcclion .of very latest styles in pure wool Navy Serges ;is well us T weeds ami-Worsteds in light anil medium colors. Coats all silk lined throughout; skirts made with liigh waist line and cut morleratiiy nniTow to conform to present styles. .Worth up to Smartest Sport Coats and the CM- lengths in newcsl styles; three-quar- ters and seven-eighths; in Inns, browns, old rose, new hlne, navy, grey nnd lihick. .Truly wonderful values on sale for this Hriday-Sntunlay sale. Another Suit Sale S22.50 Worth up to A Bjwcially line of all Navy Rorgc-s and BedfonJs as irell aa.lans and zreen colors of and r.oal checlts in hlack and.Tvhltfr, and brown all new siylon. Large Towels 25c Wjrlh up to 4Cc. Ijrse siH1? Turkish Towels in ci- cepttotial tjualitlea and extra'' heavy weight, white or lirowii and whlto Rtrlpes, very Ptrony and to Two Day Dress Sale S15.00 Worth up lo S25.00.' Lovely Cloth and Silk Dresses Including our entire slock up to and including All on sale (or this tv.-oday ;ale at Hie very ion- rricc of Newest Kimona Crepe Vfarlb up to'SOc Yard. IlanrUrmie now Kimona Cropcn thai not seen before, ancl small dcsisiis, scroll and floral pillerne, slioitu tn colors shy, tin, jrey, pinV. otc. Two Day Skirt Sale Worth up lo 58.50. J'ure Wool Trecfla and In splendid styles and jierlcct fltUng complete showing of all ?lzts In various tolors ami stj-lcs. Very reasonably priced. Art Cretonne 171-2c Worth up to l.ovcly new designs and beautiful combination colorings, 2S to 22 inches wide, soft and free from draining, and cxcfpllonal vnlucs at rcfiular Friday-Sat. Whitewear Sale .Friday-Saturday Corset Sale95c Including our Regular Valu.l up to Tint Unwnl. SXIrl5, frlnceii Slips Comhlnitione in a ureat variety fit dainty muie