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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Two Important Pays InMeiry May We have determined to make Friday and Saturday important to those who require seasonable Merchandise at a little less than average cost. New Novelties from the Dry Gcxxji Section; a social for the men in the iiig and an item from the Shoe Oxfords. A Shipment of New Suite for the Men Smarl new styles, splendid fabrics .and' made on correct lines, the whole product being a positive proof of high-clans tailoring. New brown and grey and smart styles, and to introduce them, for Friday and Satur- day we'll set the price a little .less' than our conscience would allow, and mind you, we have one. NEW STOCK THE KIND YOU'LL BE PLEASED TO WEAR MERRY MAY SPECIALS yaliies 120.00 values 117.50 values values___ S 16.00 S14.50 S12.50 Women's Flounce Dresses Of. good quality English Print, in stripes and fancy patterns, piped with suitable trim- ming material, short sleeves, all sizes. MERRY MAY-SPECIAL Dresses of better quality-material, more elaborately trimmed, neaU plaids, grey or blue; short sleeves, turn back cuffs. MERRY MAY SPECIAL m BORDEN FLOPPED; CHARGES NICKLE DeBevoise Brassieres Perfect fitting Brassieres of flne cambric, lace or embroid- ery trimmed, all sizes. MERRY MAY SPECIAL 75ceach New Pongee Silk Waists Of plain Pongee, short sleeves and luru back cuff, lily collars, neat crocheted buttons. MERRY MAY SPECIAL each Mexican Hats for the Sunny Days Good big shapes with the widest of brinis; the? kind you'll in :the garden. MERRY Shoe Dept. Men's Oxfords Button or lace in tan or black, the In sum- mer footwear Cor men, wr- vtewble. and BtylWh; 16.00 MERRY MAY SPECIAL _ Tan Boots -ft- Shoes Your choieo of button or lace tan pumps, a variety ot lines' discounted 20% Off Specials in Men's Furnishings An Underwear Special FOR MEN, THAT YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS Merino Underwear A medium weight undwwear imllable for seasons and- Tjy mahy u'sod all summer, wortti 11.3.5 MERRY MAY SPECIAL Fancy Vesti At less than cost. .val- 'MERRY MAY SPECIAL Each Fine Underwear Ik whltifonlyrtSro piece cool and comfortable; J1.75 a SUit MERRY MAY ..SPECIAL si. so BELTS A patent buckle; So anit 75c values. ME'RRY SPECIAL Boys' Balbriggan Comb. Two .thread Egyptian IJsls good servioe able: underwear, value. M6RRY'MAY SPECIAL Curtain Goods BOBBINETTiE WITH FRILL 65c COLORED MUSLIN 20c value' OEN SCRIM 50c a CASEMENT CLOTH 50e CRETONNE (border on eith- er end) Boo valuer p5c a McCall Patterns THE BENTLEY GO. LTD. palS FJIOM KKONT PAGE OUT OK lion. Rodolph l.emicux asked the rcmitr if he hud received a letter rom Mayor Medcric Martin, of Mont- pal, stating that thousands ot poo- le arc out ot employment in that ity and urging the government to lasten the public works it proposed ahead with this summer. Mr. IJorden said lie leccivml the er at 10.30'this morning. He had glready dictated a reply to Mayor i ilartin's letter telling him that it iad heeu referred to the heads of the- ;arions dcpartmentu of tlw govern-, uient. TWO BILLS ADVANCED The bills to amend the Canada Temperance Act and the Irrigation were given their third reading vithout discussion. The debate on ,he Canadian Northern railway reso- ulion was resumed by G- P. Boivin, young Liberal member for Shef- ord, who spoke in disapproval oE, .he agreement' bt'.fcwoL-u the Govern- i nent and the Canadian Northern rail-! way in respect to the forty-Jive mil-: lion guarantee. B. Ames (St. said that, as this question had not ori- j ginated with the present nit had been forced upon it, it would not have been entirely unitar-i ml to have let it go. But thai would not have- been the part- oi j -The situatioa was! that the Canadian- Northern railway j was in such a position that it must' turn to the government. The road must be completed and that was the only way apparently in which this could be brought about. Assistance had been given in the past and there was more or less of a moral obliga- tion wiiidt the guVirniiiiuiii-iniisl it- cogiiixc. The Treasure Discovered Captain Kiddy and his little soldiers have dis- covered what they are look- ing for. The flavor of Kellogg's Corn Flakes has won them. They eat it with gusto without knowing anything about its rare sustaining that it is so good for because they like it Be sure to get 4 CORK FLAKES The Original lOc per package. u, TO CELEBRATE CENTENARY OF SIR ETIENNE CARTIER INVITATION SYSTEM CONDEMNED Medicine Hat, Alta., May Methodist district meeting this morn ing passed a resolution, condemning the invitation system, and memorial hiug tue: annual conference to dis courage it and pledge ministers not to accept invitations, but allowing that official boards may petition the stationing committee of the confei ence to have certain ministers of their choice. Another resolution asks the annual conference- to memorialize general conference to'' provide for 'lay representation on. stationing commit- His is I'IIB t lliciaJ Hag which has been adopted for tile Cartier Centenary celebration in Montreal on September 6th to 12th. The .Hag is a combination of the Union .lack and the tri-color of France, and is symbolical of the Con- federation in which Sir Georgo Btienne Cartier piayed a prominent part. iuo portrait of Sir George forma the centre.of the flag. TAMPICO TAKEN; VILLA MARCHES ON SALTILLO CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAOE that am willing to mintamo possibility of further Wood- dcnlal tod.y declares the Standai-d's wholly un- founded. i KKIBBLS FIGHTING DEADLY On board U.S.Si California, llniat- lan, Jtexico, May 13 (via wireless to San Diego, May Ooneral Obergon's have a commission ascertain, the am- ount of ammunition we need notll Meiico. City, is taken, with a view to have the embargo lifted on the (tuan-, lily we require for that purpose. "A commission such as I propose easily could ascertain tlm amount of ammunition required by us to carry out our plans. Needless to sal, the .ammunition admitted by such a com- mission into Mexico would not he .large enough to leavo much, if any, arter our oiwrattons, for war wltli the United Blaten, which, by the way, is tho very last thing possible. Mean- ve could do what "ffe sot out to do. ALGARA .HHAOHBS J01AOAKA PALLS Niagara Palls, Out, May or Aigara, who iras given his paaa- jiorts out of Washington, where he represented .Mexico until the recent embroglio, is stopping at the Clifton House. He Is the first .of the Inter- ested parties to arrive for the mittiia- tlon conference, to take place next t Is said an agent or former Prs- -.aldent Trill bo on the scene to- P. Tonayo, Mexican Min- :lster to Ottawa, registered at Clifton this morning. siii B'DWARB NOT MEDDLIXG London, May denial wan is- sued jiy the Urltlati Foreign Offlco to- ;day of the report published in this morning's Standard, declaring ;8ir .Edward Qroy had tinder consld- j before retiring irorn the oration a despatch from Sir Lionel jjy rollr oV.lock yesterday alter- Carden, ,lMtlsh Minister at Mexico said, tin; Tiring practically Oily, dtalliiE exhaustively with the; erased. vholo Mexican situation. SecreUry Daniels explained that The Standard added that Sir Ed-! Admiral Mayo luul full discvc- .vard Grey advised that no usefiil pur- tionary powers to take his ships poll; 'would bo served by South Am- into the Panuco river, that he eirlcan mediation, explaining Hint ho would not land any forces at Tam- -viiuiid shortly propose a policy to pico except in the case of the jrav- ilitary aviators becamb effective again today In the battle that has been waged for many days at Mazatlan. An aeroplane circling about the Federal dropped bombs with considerable accuracy In- to the fortifications. They exploded directly within tho Federal lines, lint the extent of the casualties was not reported in this city. TAMPICO TODAY Washington, D. C.., May ther confirmation ot the fall of.Tam- picci, into (he hands of the Constitu- tionalists, was received at the Navy Department today in a message from Admiral Mayo transmitted throURh Admiral Badger. This report .says the Mexican Federal gunboat, Vcra Cruz, is still up tho river at the rail- way bridge. FEDERALS BLEW UP TAMPICO UAUKACKS Secretary Daniels lias given Rear1 Admiral Jlnyo full power to send American warships back up Panuco riur to Tampico if in his judgment conditions should wajrant such ac- tion. Admiral Mayo further reported hat the Federal troops blew up their est. emergency, without specific 'or-; ders from t.lin department. It was explained that he pronably would place his hospital ships at the dis- posal, of the authorities at Tamplco for the care of the wounded, regard- less o! their allegiance. TAMPICO POUT. SOON' TO OPEN AG-'AIN" ilr. Daniels said he had felt all along that American interests, in- cluding the oil properties, would be amply .soon as the fight- ing ceased and one side or the other was in absolute control oi the situa- tion. He said that lie had not yet, received sufficient information con- cerning; the Constitutionalist vic- to determine what effect it would have.on commerce in Tampico, but lie expressed the hope that the port would he open .to the cpmmerce of'the worlil. One reason for sending the Ameri- can shins back into the Panuco riv- er, it was explained at the depart- ment, was because of the hurricane season which is setting in along the Mexican coast: This makes if hazardous, particu- larly tor the small boats in the tor- pedo llolilla, and shelter would be afforded in the fiver. Officials here do not expect any objection to he made by Constitutionalist leaders to the Aiheilean ships occupying positions i the river. The .captains ,ot the Mexican Feder- al gunboats Bravo .and which came down, the Panuco river ii.lvV. ustai! interview, and he has informed them that he will receive them on hoard the .Connecticut. 1914 Assessments Heartily Bumped GHA.ND MASTERS AT ST. LOUIS St. Louis, Mo., -May Masters of the Ancient, Free and oeptod Masons from all parts of the United Slates, Canada and Mexico met here today for their annual con- ference. The- day .wss given over to business meetings, and tonight the Grand I-odge of Tennessee will con- fer the Third Degree of Masonry, on from St. Louin. This cere- mony will take place at the Shriners' Temple, recently dedicated. CONTINUED FKOM around our the present time a-d J.'fpr going to on- [iose'ans- moifey b'ylawE that are sub- mitted, 'n-hether they are for water meters or not." _ .What's, the Difference Mayor Ha'niie explained that if the assessment ivas decreased, the rate' wouicl go up in proportion, and those who are appealing would have to pay practically amount of taxes In the end. If'th'e 10 per cent, were taken of! the rate would be 32 mills. Which Shall We Have? "What we want Is an honest assess- ment and an honest said Mr. Wilson. "If we keen the rate on'a business basis, so that everyone] knows, exactly-where we are at, then. I we can direct our efforts toward! sending the rate'down; hut it we cov-r it up by increasing the assess- ment the rate is forgotten, and wo have'nothing to aim at. I am in favor of the library, but I am not going to vote for it, because it is not needed at the present time." Voice: "We should have a. District Court judge to decide this question." Dceltiona Later The appeuh) were taken iu regular order, hut no decisions render- of} TWorc court finally nrtjnurns! the number 'will likely reach three hundred, it Is the purpose of the com- missioners to hear all the evidence and then 'decide on. each appeal. Mr. Bowman appealed for a client on six acres of land in the Pierce ad- dition, assessed at J1000. He said that this 'was all coulee, and ho offered to n'eB to the city as a dumping ground for but the of- fer was turned down. Tho coiirt will continue its sittings tomorrow. Pickled peanut meal Is used for bait by tho French sardine fishermen. Only one-tenth of! tho population of thq United States is 'of unmixed 'it- Family Grocers, Provision Merchants Tea and Coffee Tongue, %'s, -25c Lunch Tongue, 1's 5Qc Corn Beef 1's us your order for Fresh STRAWBERRIES RHUBARB ASPARAGUS SPINACH GREEN ONIONS LETTUCE TOMATOES CUCUMBERS PINEAPPLES Finger 20c Cream Sandwich ,f. Beef in glass. -25c Tongue 1's of Beef in glass, regular 95c on salc.g5c Chicken Breasts in Aspec Jelly on sale SoC Bar Le Due, 2 for 45c Pan Yan Pickles Wafers Olives 2 for ,25c Ripe Olives Brazil Nuis 2oC Wnlnuls BARGAINS Friday and Saturday Chocolates, regular 50c Special 40c Special Cream Mixture, regular 35c on sale. -25C Satin Waffles 1153 and 15DZ Prompt delivery to all parts of the City A TRIAL ORDER C. B. .-..-SOc Vinegar, Midland 25c Vinegar, Taragor Mint 35c Sauce, Pepper 30c Sauce, -Chili 25c Sauce, A.I Nut Creams. -25c Butter Scotch Waffles 2oc A. D. Mints G for 25c Salted Peanuts 6 for. -25c Assorted Kisses 20c Mixed Candy Salmon, %'s three tins for Eggs 20c Finest Dairy Butter Boiled Ham 35c ORANGES 20c, 25c 30e Exlra sweet and juicy. ONION SETS Yellow Dutch J5c SWEET PEAS Choice mixed, Iti FOODS Quaker Oats, large -25c Quaker Oats, small, 2.25c Robin Hood Oats -25c Corn FlakcS; 3 for -2oC Famia Ijjn Meat of Wheat I'M; Post Tavern, special. .JOc Purity Food 15c Sago, 4 tbs for Tapioca, 4 tb.s for -25c 8 cakes Toilet Soap. Sardines, 2 for 25c Mixed Clams, C. B. Sauce, per Cream Tarlar tin 25e Robinson's Groats JJOC Robinson's Barley 25c Cerobos Salt, 2 for. .350 Pineapple Butler Banana Butter Lemon Butter ;