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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f PagcJO THE LETHB'Rina'E' DAILY HERALD Thursday. May 22. 1913 FRIDAY IS THE DAY AT OUR Great Slaughter Sale Friday is the last grand day in this sale That has established new records in the history of prices in the West. Our shelves are half empty now and you better come tomorrow for sure before these historic bargains are all gone. Examine the following samples Regular Men's Fine Tweed .Men's All Wool Surge Minors' Strong Boots ,-So.OO Men's Overalls of strong.deniin -51.00 Men's Pants of solid Ladies' Charming House Dresses.. Ladies' Dark Ladies' House Slippers, solid'leatlier A Few Charming Silk 'Boys' Men's Esceldn ilamlkcrciiiel's 3 for.....'. 3 QgJ Pine Footwear for tlie wliole fainllv o-oing price side buyers on purchases over Follow the crqtyd to Alberta Trading Go. 418-BtkSt.fl, -V''WHOLESALE AND' RETAIL COST OF MUNICIPAL LOANS PLACED IN-ENGLAND, ,ENG. fFrom FinaDcial Post) I It baa teen -left to Mooss Jaw to' raise tbe question, of )the cost of Issu- ing bonds" In Londoa. v Critics of the Ally's puancia! policy' coiaplalo that iisue ol' bonds placed In Lon- don through Wood, Gundy Co., cost Jifie city mora than rras 'that the amount realized by tbo cll> less thaa it should -have hesn, the "rate of jDlc-reat 10 oe paid by the city until the re- demption _of the Eeciirtty is cicetsire. "Xo bird aad fast cao be laid r.oihir.gj mcTft than broker's profits, fincc- the rafe of Interest "which the city IE ed upon to pay Is .14 less than thai paid Moose Jaw. the later date. has not and be "-rejUiaed Another Shipment of Dainty Wash leie is a One-day for Bargain List prs. Cathmere Summer weight all Cashmere 10 to IVi. Regular a ixlr. 'ov Is ro'jr chance, tock up. rfen't Cotton Under- wear on tale at 35c Spring weight aMrts o.' drawers. Sizes 36. IS only. Regular 50c values. Oa Sale Friday only. 25c Emb'd Mull Ker- chief, for 12 l-2c JIes' extra fine inull 'kercWels, with dainty, embroidered motif in corner. A regular 25c value; clearlDg at HALF PRICE. Tquriit Frilling Now Clearing at Sc box yO boses of white Tourist Frilling, 15c a while they Ust, three holes for the price of 75c Foulard Silk now on sale 37 l-2c yard 100 yards ot'Toc quality foulard silk, black, ivUh white, dot, also naiy ivith dot the weight for surnmer 26jjncjh.- Round ire Piecei at 55c See these tomorrow, thej look like 50 article; good size, laco trimmed, or ear broMered. Fine Mustin Night- Gowns at 75c each TRO o Ladies' Muslia (.Nightgowns full neatly trimmei with lace edgings; on sal at 75c. 72 inch Sheeting Heavy weight Bleachei Sfieetins, full 2 yards wide twilled; .regular 35c a 5 pieces' to 'clear OQ Frida only-at per' Dresses for Girls and Women It >ou would like to at a real emart lot of come ia ind look oteT the new shlpineat of New York dressei. They are Just a IKile dllferenl from the ontluiry and ol (no. dresses The jjtico are very moderate. jood jmart styles for street Veir ai low is J3.75. The girls' dressts are in a cliss by the they are elmply grand. from to Dreeses for houte and a'reei wear. In CLxmbrays, Glnjhlms, In different Siiet to tit 33 to 4! 1ml. Kvery garment perfect flttlni. Children's 75c up to Some of tbn new belted effects in Girls' Dretsea, also pretty Gingham Dresses over 600 dresses to choose frojr, 2 to 11 yea.n. white embroidered dresiM. Two Extraordinary Corset Bargains for To-morrow Good news for v.omen folks. A chance to buy a Hyht corset for the hot days that will soon be here. No oW stock. Every pair perfect fitting and guaranteed by the maker. LA VOGUE all America, long nip medium low bust. light weight coulil; siies IS to 26; reg- ular fl.50 Sale Friday 95c LA VOGUE light weight "corset, only shorter on hips. A good mod- el for slight figures; regular value. Oa Sale Another big Hosiery and Ijiiderwear Sale Day Juat to remind you that we and In the clly. Friday only----- LISLE balance of a sample lot of black and color- ed lisle hose.-worth up to Sizes 9 and 9Vi. Your choice of 100'pairs oh Friday only 18c LISLE Extra line rib, lisle vests, with or without sleeves; also a line of Ladles'. gauze drawers, all sfces. On .30c TOWE_LS The nC5V Rub-Dry ToXets as advertised in Home Journal ,estrn large size; pure nhitc. (he best eref HUIe a pair 3UC RYLANDS Selling exclusively Nemo and Proof Corsets and the bojs r.re presenting their isual smart appearance and for every whose uniform JIG taltalion will be handed over tlia sum of one dollar. r 1NTEREST.WILL CENTRE ON THE INSPECTION OF CADET BATTALION II fs probably a Hide (o TUB INSTALLATION .OF THK CHIEF RABBI Or. Joseph Marmin Hertz, the new Chief Rabbi of the Unlttd Hebrtw ccngreaction of the Brjtlih Empire, fnitalled In office on April the Duke Street tynagoguc, the cathetfrJl-tynjgogufe of the AngTo-Jewry. Wjny promfrxent titled and wealthy were preient at the find that Canadian municipalities 'CMt, bMni o) rte ,h1rd milling (o m an average over figurs from lefi lo rljhl. that the ritbffi an I'fr cent, on money borrowed for Ion; I jnd corr.ei from New York, at ciujtd toma III fetllnj to arlx from thi cholct. Tomorrow is Km p. re Day in the schools, and apec'ai patriotic services ulll be in order. Intereat in the oc- casion In the cit) school win cen- tre round the activities of the cadet battalion, l.ucktly thie iear (he, an- nual cadet inspection is taking place today and It will be ton eluded tomorrow afternoon and Major Helson will malic the presentation of thft Hag donated by the; Dry-Farming t'ongiess laet year for the work done ly the cadets during Ihe of thi exhibllloQ. The cadets are being In npected company by company todaj antl tomorrow forenoon. In tno after noon Major lielson will also announce the name ol the company winning thi Henderson Cup, and the rircEcntat'oi made. These two presentations tak place between three and four o'clock in the afternoon. At Ihe same limo the cadele vvlll eirgasc In battalion drill, all the companies belrifi massed for the'purpose. fUKalEoti Dianociivrea will ba executed, tho march being one of the features. A aiiec-ial ex- hibition by the winning company will also'be put on. no arrangements have an yel been there a irOSBibillly that the school aulfioriliea arrange an ajutteps to the maesetl achool child- ren during the afternoon. If this ilone part of the afternoon at Icasj will be declared a holiday. Cadet Inspcctfon commenced 'UP 10 HE IRK ACTION IN COURT OF PECK VS. CALLA3 HOTEL BEING TRIED The time of the Supreme Court has been occupied all day with 'he case of Peck the Dailie. Hotel Co. Tlie 1'alcce JJyery suing C. 3. Kck storm being tho amount o tbe balance of a contract for supply Ing the Dallas with- bus- betacen the hotel end the depot. Mr Fckatorra Is rolling his defense on the claim that tho iMrilce ten erally "unsatisfactory. The cats 1i attracting much attention among thi hotel men, the Palace Miciy scr vice being used by most of [Dad Ing hotels. K Palmer la acting for tho plaintiff and S. Hall for the defense. carry tie largest slock of offer .tnese (ew Bpeolali (or Balbrif- gan, combinations; also a fine rib lisle combinatiohh" w or light kn.ee; all sizes, "On Sale Friday1......IVC CHILDREN'S Inl rlnep. one a Bilk lisle rib- bed how, white, pink, and'iky on sale at P5c: The other' a. rib cotton hose, bUcfe only; all sizee up to 9. 4 Q_ On At......... ,IOC ALSO ON SALE. CHfLDREN'S DBAWER8 AND UNION Qcotch Ginghams and Fnglish Prints go at see tKese mill ends of CrunTi J English I'rinta. They come In ebon the quality equals the regular loc line. The Ginghams are another bSp snap. Trorth any 'Neat checfca'and Get j your Bharefto- will ue jour last-chance to gel them excep- tionally low price. f-: V SHI BTS A slock of Boys' Blouse's "with collar atlachedj-.exlra value Roy's Percale Shirts with separate soft.colUui. SlKft 12W Special Aft I .UU. CONJECTURE AS TO WHAT SEN-' ATE .WILL DO WITH PEL- LETIER NAVAL POLICY DEPORTED At ALIENS London, Oni., 'May Vour OIL nan clgarmakcrd cmployc'd in Kelly's factory, were arrested todny, and pleaded (dill; to violation nt tho alien Itbor lax, and vere tonight de- ported by Dominion Ollicer Kojnolds, Jt alfcaedi thai t'ney were lo the cits' by' Brnnnc-r The the In police court today In connoctfon with Iheir London, May it. What will (he senate do, Is the quotion irhioh poli- ticians here are eagerly asking one another. According to cables the Lib- erals will add an amendment proj tiding that the naval bill shall not come into force, without an eleclioa or a referendum. "We cao only Icrtsee with that the deicnce nuestlon is about, to become entangled wilti alien ii-' sues and constitutional ae- clatM the Pall Mall Gazette. The Westminister Oatette poiuli oul, in a tone o! perplexity, that the Canadian quarrc-l over the con- tribution is only one concerning the method "N'o doubt, BC nave our own opin- ion nhicli plan should prefer if the choice reslcii with 111, but thai is precisely where (he choice does not Kit The only sale course is for m (o accept Canada's rlccitfon with tho lull that the situation not be caae. fcotf Ihe l decidlon. reKcrred bla JUDGE O'CONNOR DEAD Ouebh, fm reccHcd here today of the death at 81. AuKuMInc, Fla of Judge Edwtrd O'Connor, of Sault Stc. Marie. Onl, Her an illness-exlendlnt'ovtr zei< eral mo'ths. Judec O'Connor an exOuelph' Ite. He was appointed of Algoma twenty yean 1. I ;