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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May TTTE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PI AD If 17 S PA THE LADIES'STORE LLAKAL ot Consider the Savingsthis slore ias provided for Tuesday's Economical Siioppers WOHTHV D13E of the hishcat oiflt-r, at gfenulno re- iluctlons fron Mill swell ihe cronds pf eager pUTchacors, ffiio to look forr, ard. to Tuesday Uargivhi Eveuis ono ot the important saving occasions of tbft wcci, Bud aro bringlug the'r frlcafla In Increasing upmbcra to Ebare Jn the good tbiugs Tuesday is Glove and Hosiery Day AND PRESENTS THE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Of THE SEASON TO STOCK UP WITH THE VERY LATEST AND MOST NECESSARY RE- QUJS1TEE AT PHENOMENALLY LITTLE PRICES. Finest Dogskin Walking Gloves A specially purchased line, worth A most popular glove for street, wear or drivtnp, shown in oicejillouall) fine, soft, quality dossfcfn lu tans only, finished wllh one dome at tsirlclly tvomenlih glavo lu aiipeoranct, very stylish and (irway and remaricBbiy clieap Tuesday. 65c Silk Lisle Gloves 19c Regular 35c Values Suedes and In a full range of all the wanted colors, finished with two domes at WtlBt. ALL OTHER LINES REDUCED 50o Llslo. and Silk Gloves 75c Long' Lisle Glovel.....................' 50c. Long Silk fl.60 Quirinteed Kid Lisle and Cotton Hose 19c Regular 35c Values Blacks, tans, white and all novelty shades. In plain or lace ankles, ribbed tops, natural soleg and all solid values. .OTHER HOSE REDUCED Silk Lille 35o. 50c Silk Lisle Hose.........................40c. -SOt Silk Lisle Purs Silk Hate Jt.OO Wonderful values Tues. in Motor and Evening Scarfs Cryatsllines, Chiffons, Silk Crepe rfe Chines and f-ttivJ Fineit SpanUh Lace Goods worth to Ufie-lil.Ta 011 Tuftsiiay Sale our entire stock atexactly one-third than regular price, on salo for the one day Thli la a retaarkible'coacesblon in such Trash new goods so inucli lu vogue Just now, and poftsealng such apleadld usefulness.' ALL ON SALE TUESDAY OFF MILADI EOITEO BY "1NO" PHONEJ cms. EACH TO AM UTio lives pure lile ar.4 doeth tous deed, And walks straight others stray This, is tte better vay No drop but series the sljiUy-liftmj Girls' Club ol Westminster! tide, cLurcb will meet this evening. No dew but lias an erratd lo some CLUBS ANO SOCIETIES I Tht Mission Dand ot ftesley church will incei at 1-15 on WedccsJjy afttrrnoon. to all flower, Xo smallest star but sheds helplul ray. And mi by man, eirh jiving tie rest, the buIwaiL of tU coun- try's There is no better Coslidse. i TLe Junior W. A. of Si. Cyprian's church will meet at 4.ID on. day alteniooD. A busir.tss itestias of the conjre- galicu Ol ttf. ytlat Baptiit ihunh on evening. The prayer meeting ol Westminster church will be- held on Thursday ev- cning, Miss MeLfay was a uteV-end. vis- itci in Medicine list. The senior Bi'd junior hask Miss' Disscll, of T.iltr, is visiting teams of Westminster church Mends' io the city. Miss Agn'rw has visit, with Iriendb in 'Amnipeg. compete tor honors tomorrow" night. The Ladies' Aid ol the First Bap- tist church will meet with Mrs. C. Leader on Wednesday altcrr.ojn. The Woman's Ausiliarr ot St. Cv- Mrs. J. H- Tabor is entertaining her sister, Miss McAdau. of Freder- priail's MiH'iaHst at thrce- Icton, N. B., for a fe-.v wcets. m Thursday attcrtoon. ilr. Paul Eddy has reiuri.od from Union services ot Wesley acd Knoi Fargo, North DaVota, and is staj ing churches will he held in tl.e latter with Mr. and Mrs. I, A. Folder at church on Sunday 'next, vshen Hev. the ranch. T- P- Preach' ot both ser- Mr. Kalrh Slyc has to Mm- where he vai 'ng to the serious illness ol his niolher. Mrs. "A- E. Ives asd Miss Adelioe rienderson returned on Tom A trip to the fast, went as far as ttero'. H! Ask Andrew Carnegie for (Continued tram trout Jahu Home, niembtr of the Board ot Trade, stated, some of the EtaUstlcs ot tbe Calgary library for tliQ past year. A few ago, had juEBed through ifhere the clly bad a fine 190.000 llbn- ry, hunt by the cUy, the C. P. R, don- Iho site. The Mayor objected that the delega- tion had ro alternative to offer ccpt that the city Hud a free Rite. What would happen If the city bad lo: buy R site? John Home: "Buy It." The Mayor sngguted that com- mlltoc write P. U XalemHh, of thc'C, P, Tl ashing point hlank for the mid- rite of Gait Gardens for a lltoary site. lie said that he Knew Mr. Gait had liad Ihe centre of the gardens ID view for a library, and had JiU verbal promise to several clUieni that It wo'jld be used for no other purpose. Dylaw Xo. 133 was unearthed, ehotv- Itig.tliat the bj-Jaw had -teen passed the of a li- brary under the Public Act, tha library to be known as ttia "J-c'h- brfdgc Public and no other namo. Xo money voted, however, nml If it 'Is needed, another bylzv will have (o te paaRed, The Lethbridgo ot the :ed flag, heard' a ex- of the wrongs ct society as in- erprcted hy the scitnco of sociology according lo Otlhble, last itght, ai tl.e Starlrmd 5lr. Giiblile liai just come from a ;our ol Washington, Oregon and Cali- ornia, and intimated that lie liked the atmosphere in Albccta much-tcl- .er. Xot the teal ozono or common nir, but ths atmosphero suironniiiog ,ha Tvoilting class- He pula them Ti as a gullible lot, who ate "par- ticularly susccptibla to revolutionary ca5." In his speech last ho com- red comUtions existing at the ireseat tin.e lo Ihrse juat previous The Tiylaw already restricts name, and eorae doubt if Mr, Car- negie will allow ft to be called by that The council decided to leave lh name at the discretion of the dor.or fhoultl Mr. Csrneglo decide to renew hi 3 offer. Frank Copley, a Kingston shot hjmscld OWN BABYS Tbe p'jrlljr- and fragrance of Eo'oAQwn Soip.liivemado it a universal favorite. use Is beneficlil to auy rth. OC1AL1ST ORATOR AT SUNDAY MEETING DILATED ALONG FAMILIAR :o tha birth of the f alavc sys- ;cni. as conditiohs In days gave rise to the feudal system :he members ol whic' and chotcd the party it, Just so will present titi ihe capitalist class of said Jit.', and Jlrs. Viilliaui Oliver, 606 Filth. Ave., S., left this moraicg to a month on their fruit larni and visiting friends :u Xelson and vicinity.. I ,__'London despatch says: Satur- day next the ol Lieutenant Kitsori, eldest son ot ttev. J. B. Corrnrail, to Frances Margaret Palmer, onfy child of ifon. Mrs. .llobert iloi-ard, the only child and heir ol Lord Sffathcona, will be celebrated. Owing to lie rather unfavorable weather'on Saturday; the usual'ten- nis tea' was not held. Some o! the gentlemen hia'-ed the" elements and enjoyed .a game, the, ladies were conspicuous by _____'_______ Owing to'illness, Miss Bell, ol Teu Ion, will be unable to give her ad- dress as planned for_ even- ing in Knox church atd the meeting is accordingly cancelled. Saturday The Ladies' Aid ot Wesley chutch 3Ir. lies wln rncet'it three o'clock on Wed- to meet nesday afternoon! when ail tbe ladies I of the congregation and visitors wV 1 he heartily welcome. LADIES' RAINCOATS Exceptionally good values In ladies' Rubber Contb. rhapes, uell tailored In, all sizes. Trices lo Craxcni'tto Coats in narrow pin also El.ot tftecto ayd m Corde, mads up on 1'ie mail-tailored SPECIAL and Grev Rijjp Wi llubber at Our stock ru'oii-.Is n aiiles' Suits all Ihe latest materials lo go at REDUCED PRICES THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES PARADE TONIGHT PROMISES TO BE ONE OF THE YET BIGGEST Ottaa, May the Comnior.i this mornli.g, ihe hill authorising the city ol Ouawa to secure a Eupi-ly of puro ivctc-r from Ihs Gatineau hills in SUPT. REID AND ALLEN JACK ASK FOR COUNCIL MEETING If recommendations of the works and iirovert> romrnittee submitted to Quchec province put through thejthe council today arc adopted, SUt- stage, and gtven a third ford Village streets will soon lose reading, without comment. Hon. W. T. introduced a re- solution on which the bill is founded, renewing the charters of the City and DUUIct Dank of Montreal and Caisse D'Ecououiie of Queliee, two banks that do not come under the op- St 9th St., X. their identiiy and take on the sams as coircspotlding streets in the older portion ot tlo city. Galll St. Mill be Uh HI N., John St. he 7th St., N.. Charles St. will ba known as 8th St., .V., and William FELL SCO FEET FROM BALLOON AMD BODY 18 NOT YET FOUND Berlin, May woman making a trip In a Swlsa balloon, met with a terrible death near Munich >esterday. The aeronaut's had intended to end the Journey at Munich. When the bal- loon. near enough to the ground to alight, one of the aeronauts fell out and the balloon shot up when the woman had begun to climb cut and as the balloon ssccnded she was un- able to get back Into It. The car was Lo and fro and one of (ha others grabbed her and tried to pull her back to safetyt but was un- able to do so. HG held on, neverthe- less, until the balloon had reached a height of feel, when his strength Kave out and toe woman fell. Her body has not been found. The bal- loon came to earth at a considerable distance from Munich, BRADSHAW WOMAN PLEADED GUILTY AND WAS FINED AND COSTS "Curloy" Uradohaw, a colored wo- man living on Third avenue, who was arrested on Saturday CD a charge of huL-pJAg fh'jor for gaio wHbAm a li- cense, pleaded guilty to the charge at tbo city police court thla r.ioinlns and was fined and coals by Magistrate Kltoiij who pointed out to the oflond- er IbaL the flno waa .ituaH because- thJa TTAB her first offense, the penalty for the second and third otteneoa bain? imprisonment for year or fine uf or bolb. Curlcy paid her fine. After six weeks on strike, the Hall- I fax carpenters have accepted cent? an hour increase. They asked ciiht. HE WILL GO ON STAGE AND HELP PAY THE GROCERY BILL London, May another of Iho English nobility has gor.e to tbo atago for a vvifc, this time, instead of Lho urido renouncing the iootllsht1? to adorn society, her husband will en- cumber tho stage to help pay the family bills. The engagement has hccomo fcnown of 1'earl Aupre. Mho succeeded Oadrillo liny as the "Post- card Ileauty'' of tho aUgv outl Yiscoitnte de Attgan, eldest son of Earl Cowley, who Is ono ol the most familiar figures in tiic English divorce courts where he mado hla deout as far back as 1897. Wesley Epworlh League vvill enjoy a social time this cning at the home of the president, Mr. It. U Shanlz, 51S Eighth St., S. A good program has been arranged, ami a good tirno is'nssurcd all who attend A short but important business incetiug'ot St.'Jto'nira's .Guild of St. Aupistin's church is called for this evening at 1.30 in the parish hall. Tte president is ansious, lhat every member be present if possible. Tho president of the Flower Guild is calling a meeting oi the Guild on Thursday afternoon at 4.30 at Kiver- .It is very necessary, that ev- ery member shoiild be present, business of importance will cc trats- eratlan of the general bank act. Replying lo questions by Sir Wilfrid Laurler. Mr. taid" that these baofcs do not have as wide power? as other hanks, and do not IEEUO note circulation, but the audit provisions of the genera! bank act now before the House he applied to them. er. JAPS KEEPING COOL _ ,_ Tokio, Japan, May siblc Hand concerts at Henderson Park are much in demand. Both Allen Jack, manager ot attractions for the park, and Supt, A- Held, ol the railway wrote the council asking that the band provide at least one concett B week at the laVe, as it he a big drawing card, tlandmasler Cline ivrota lhat the band was ready 'to give its regu- lar weekly concert oa-e a week on Gait Gardens. The superintendent ol immigration at Ottawa has asked the council to tc v }i f condemned by un CTnpioyment t. _ }or_ fcy in tlle partly business and employir.ciit agents could most el the speakus at a mass mert- ei_ Hc saW that ing today or lion rcprcseu WILL TEAR IT DOWN TO MAKE ROOM. FOH FINE BUILD- ING London, May 19. The old Contin- ental hotel at Lower Jlegoiit and Charles ttreets, one of London's beat tMi land and famous for many years 3s rendezvous for supper parltea, lias been sold to British Col- umbia (n a few weeks will be torn down three other aojolnlng luUdiogs to make way for a big onlco building, to be tho London headquar- ters oE the Canadian province. The owner of the Continental Is Signer Oridenlno. who Is tho proprietor of the Graroblnus Cafe, and -the Imper- ial restaurant, just abovo Plcadilly circus. MACHINISTS ON STRIKE Buffalo, NX, May three thousand machinists went on etrifco to- daj taken to Iho home of Str Eflmund Os- ier, whoso guest he Is during bis jitay in the city. This afternoon the Premier will con- fer wllh emne'ot his friends. lunched at the Tork club at 1 30, ami will dine at tho Albany club at sh. Later In the evening, he -will be es- corted to Hotel, whorf the stalwarts of the party and.thft city members will assemble preparatory to Iho blq parade, which threaten to eclipse any demonstration held, in Canidi. A SMART MOTOR COAT Of fleece of a red earth ihidc. REPINED WOMEN GIVE THE PREFERENCE 7 he- easiest way to keep your hair youthful looking, (o pre- vent it-Jrom turning to we Haj'e Hair Health. H absolute satisfaction and tew applications restore natural color 'and give vitality to' pey and faded balr nnd'removft all traces of -Daotlruft, Beauilful natural colored 'youllifiil hair, cr.ore than any tblng else, conltlbrltf to 4 woman's good IfifiVa Henltb Ireeplat ot glossy, i natural colored' and be'autlftil. -Vou'll rtgrct buying it when yoa SM dif- ference It ,ln yo'Jf pearancc. For eole and by Red Cross Drug and Book Co., ;