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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mimrtny, May THE LETIIBlUPfiE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 PUBLIC APOLOGY We fed that we owe the public an apology. So great have been the aowds attending this sale that our sales force has been inadequate. We secured the services of every experienced applicant, yet customers were forced to wait. It was a case of being simply swamped. We promise better service in the future to those who failed to (jet served. We say "Come Again" The entire stock is marked in plain figures Women's Fancy Belts THIS RANGE COMPOSED MOSTLY OF ELASTIC BELT. PLAIN OR FANCY. WITH NEAT METAL BUCKLES, OX- IDIZED OR GILT. FORMER PRICE and j Men's Black j Turkish Towels Serge Suits 15 ONLY ALL NEW STYLE SUITS. FAVORED MODELS, BROKEN SIZES. THE SUITS ARE THE PRODUCT OF TWO or THREE OF THE LEADING CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS. VALUES UP TO 520.00 aand J25.00. PRICE- COLORED TOWELS FRING- ED, THE KIND WE'LL SELL THE HOST OF, NOT BEING TOO HARSH FOR THE SKIN. JUST A SMALL LOT OF THESE LEFT; MEDIUM SIZE. WORTH ORDINARILY Z5c. REORGANIZATION 12k each Men's English Whipcord Pants IN TAN SHADE ONLY. AMONGST THESE WILL BE POUND A SIZE FOR ALMOST ANY HAN. THESE ARE ES- PECIALLY WELL KNOWN FOR THEIR WARRANTABLE SERVICE AND NEAT AP- PEARANCE. WORTH M.OO A PAIR. Corsets Fancy Ribbons ONE OR TWO BROKEN LINES, GOOD MOLELS. LONG WITH DEEP HIP. THESE ARE MADE OF MEDIUM WEIGHT COUTIL AND HAVE FOUR HOSE SUPPORTERS; FOR- MER PRICES and }3.50 A VARIETY OF FANCY RIB- BONS, INCLUDING STRIPES AND DRESDEN DESIGNS, SUITABLE FOR MILLINERY PURPOSES OH SASHES- HEAVY TAFFETA SILK OF SEVERAL WIDTHS; FORMER PIRCES and 50c Yard. Mothers, Look this over! BOYS' TWEED KNICKERS, GREYS OR ALL THE SEASON'S LATEST MIX- TURES. ELASTIC OR BUCK- LE KNICKERS. FORMER PRICES V.Z5 and 51.35. PROVING AN INNOVATION in the history of retail merchandising in Lethbridge. Don't take our word for it, come and see. So Very Different In Every Way. It's an easy matter for any unscrupulous merchant with a sharp pencil, sufficient nerve and a little strength to mark an item per cent and then chop the price in half, in an effort to humbug the good people into buying. Here you 11 find former prices remain unchanged, which makes it easy for you to determine just how much you save Another Slash In Every Day WOMEN'S WASH white In- dian Head, vlaln Bfcirt. w-ltb band ot Em- broidery Insertion. Former price 83.50 REOKGAXIZ.VrlON CO QE PRICE................... WASH Blo'ises ahorl sleeves. Dutch neck. Former price 51.25 REOHOANlZiTION ftKp MEN'S STRAW Sailors of split straw, heavy black silk baud. For- mer price 51-00- REORGAN- "7Cft IZATION PRICE I Fifth Street Soiith, Lethbridge VICTORIA sheer Quality, former price 30c yd. KKOHOAN' IZATION PP.ICE. per yd....... WOMEN'S BLACK COTTON ranted last Hack and good wearing qual- ity. Former price HE- 1 O 1 OHUANTZAT10N PRICE..... I fc 2 U BOY RIBBED COTTON rib- bed knit hose slrong wearing quality; Vurmcr price 30c. REORGAN- iz.vnox rniCE 25c WAS FUN FOR SOMETHING THE EVERYONE AND DOING TIME ALt- Crs'nhrnojr, n. CV, May 21. Tlie to Ihe lair grounds, the race com- nillec. laving kindly consented to all children being adimtled tree. A long program of sports was cn- IcrcJ upon races heing provided lor all ages beginning wifh fool races lor hoys and girls under and all intermctliale ages being cat- ered for up lo tl.c married men anil ladies, who competed a diblanw ol 101) yards. A well attauied and successful dance al the auditorium brought the long and must successful day to a close and the Overseas club deserve hearty congratulations lor their cl- lorls'and the whole proceedings were carried oul with perfect smoothness, General Superintendent Price', of the C I'.H., paid a mil lo Cran- brooV on Thursday last. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Men's for the renewal ol friendships be- tween the railroad men of the two cities. A. Olson, ol LMbhridpc; was a vis- itor in Cranliroot on Thursday. ly arranged. The- school children Oartwricht semblcd 'at 10 am. outside the r-mment alter a short' A uiMingiusW visilor lirogram o! soncs and speeches rook on frmiy m itie person alile to the occasion, roarchei) in pin- 'ot the most Kev. 1. Uo- ccssion lo the where a'mar, Catholic'Archbishop of spccial and free picture show was. rcr, who will he tie guest of (fce ra- for them. tl.ers in rharBc ol Ihc church and mission here, lor loilay and over Ire. Tl.e archbishop will celebrate hizh mass in Cranhrook ar.d later admin- ister the saerameat of confirmation to a large numbero! children. On Sunday aflcrr.oon lie will rtedl rale ar.d hlcis 1K-' new schools crcrt- rd by I lie Dominion govfrniiicnl al At 1 p.m. rliildien ncnin assrm- ilcil and v.cre flrhcn iti automobiles A uc oifeinvu-nuiK Ihe bestmaUressYo buy is up" not layers of in Massey Hall one wee rom today. Professor Taylor ha jeen the resident warden of the Ch aso Commons Social Settlement to almost 20 years. Ho will speak t ho I'rcsbyicrisn pre-assembly con ori the social application he gospel. He will lake part In tl _ on Ihf older men. istiow Indications ol an aljumlont crop, and flic narm weather is Tlifie is still ample rnois'.urc juit hclov. sur- face of tlie ground, ami all pu-scnt (didilions point lo a cuccessin! tear. Thr- change in HIP C.l'.ll. Iger service lulling out thp rlian.v of pngmcs at Orciub Nest RUPS lie jOrhnbmril. t-icus a lay al ibtiikp, anil thp l.otlinridgc rrens at JCranbrooli adoiduii an opoorumit1. mining, eight for [student's tlckels. jrood 1 twelve for 25 cents. 1 Passengers were In 1913, as agaliiit I.SI2.-I90 in 1S03. .Mayor William Short, who Is also chairman of tho hoarrl of CO.TI- misslone'.s, sajil loday thai vcdue- lions will be mudi- in other depart- as noon as possible The street rallviai Bhov.ed a slight profit In April, he added, ami II Is cil Ibat AIH'DO Ir.rrcaml with loner power Ten of will he Ijnllt and placed In op- oralion Muring the jear varioue diicnssions of the four day meetings and will at various lime explain tbe difficulties and successe of Sis work. Anolher most rtisli guishcd AmcTlcan religious lead who will deliver addresses al II Presbyterian Conference will be th Hev. 3. Campbell White. Dr. Whi has le-en for some years the Eocretary of tlie I-aymens' Misslona Movement In the United States an lias succeeded in securing very large sums nf money for the various Pro- leslnnl churches la- forward mission- ary movements. Tenlalivc arrangements for the pre- sence of these two prominent Ameri- can leaders were made some Hmo ago and these have completed. Hev. Dr. minister of tho Fifth Presbyterian church, New Vorh, wf.c. was invited fo lead the de- of the Kalhorit g, is unablo lo attend and will not bo !5 ccnls, and prasrnt. at Tlie conftTence will open on Salur- million day aflernoon, -May 31, ,l( 3 o'clock. The addresses of the aflernoon meet- ing will be deliiered by Ihe Hev. Dr. D. G. McQuetn, of moder- ator of Ihe General Assembly, and John Penman o! Paris, Onl. Mr. .Me Tickels for nighls at Co- HI each. Or.nUns, London, are selling at queen will preside on Ihe occasion and will speak of Ihe general outlook lor church In lll_e east and west Mr. Penman has been'deeply interest ed In among young men. He was for many years chairman of the Young Men's' Christian Association o! the province, and Is one of the ten Presbjtcrians -vho contributed each for. tte expense of the conference On Monday, June fpccial Mr ons will be preached' in ail the'city urches, and tbere will be large therings in MasEey Halt. At the Ite'r addresses will be delivered-by e Hev. Dr. John McNtell, DOW inln- ter of Coolie's church. Toronto, and (lie Rev. Principal dandier, of nox College, Toronto Each morn- (r, beginning Monduy, June from to 10. there will a devotional ser- ce, ted by Dr. George Hanson, of rsklne church. .Montreal. These ga- heilngs will culminate. In a comraun- >n service on the last morning, in Mch it is expected 1000 men will participate. One ot tiio interesting eatures of tbe conference will'be an xhibit of cbaris, bulletins, jiholo- raphs and designs, dionlng the work, f the different boards and commit ees, publication and colleges onnectcil nltb the Presbyterian faurcb. The entire basement of Mas c-y Hall will be. decoraled n-.ore or ess with these charts and designs, and many of them will lie photograph- ed and cuts made (or use in magazine and current literature. Professor firabam Taylor, of Chi- cago, woo will speak on the "Social Application of tbe is the >Ionser leader along the line of social service by the church, and was con- tending for nork of this sort forbears before it vas accepted as one of the church's great problems. He la close- ly associated with Jane AddatnE, of Hull House, Chicago. .The tonics that will be discussed at the congress will include such themes as "Training fqr service by the home, church, college and "The Problem ol the ''The Rural evangel- Ism, the stewardship of money, and of course-, emphasis will >c laid upon Canada's part In the world Reid and Ihe frOD' em bro-.ight about by modern [mm! jratlon. Tho present situation In China wilt one of the interesting features, not only because oi the re- markable situation there, but because of the message which will bo brought 3} Dr. Murdoch MacKcnzlc. Great Attendance The general reception committee is alill In receipt of letters from min- isters and lajnicn in all'parts of Canada who to be i.Tcrcnt at the conference, anil the Indications are that the actual atlondanco will grc.'il- ly etcced all anticipations One meet- Ins which will be a feature of the conference will be the assembly on Wednesday moping at fl o'clock when Ihe sacrament of [he Lord's Supper will be dispensed to between three and four thousand men. H has beron-.o to evident that Money Hall will not be large enough to accom moiiale Iliose paitlclpatinp; In tbe various meetings that amusements fiave been made for therinBs Iri Cooko's churtli. which i in the neighborhood. If It is necss sary oilier churches be or-cn ed, but It Is bellowed lhat Masse Halt and Cooke's church sill act'om-] ft mcdate all. The event as a whole' will, without doubt, be the greatest thus far In 'he history of the Pres- bjteriau church in Canada. Tin billeting ot 4000 persons for the twehe dais Is rossibly the larg- est problem, but the Toionto Prusby- lerians ore taking liolil of it in a very cordial fashion, and It Is only _ large problem bei-Ouse o< tbe un- usual number and the time lo Se cov- ered. In addition to the 1000 dele- who are expected, there nre hundreds of men and women in Ihe Presbyterian churches of Canada who will visit Toronto during the meet Ings, and will attend all or many ol the sessions. The election of the moderator who ill preside the general assemblj vlli be held on Wednesday nlghl June 4. and Ihe regular business o the body begin on Thursda INCREASE IN NUMBER OF CASES REPORTED CAUSED DRASTIC ACTION BY BOARD In spile 'of every precaullou lafcen by the health and school authorities the body is ill begin on lo check Ihe spread ot tlie me'asles morning, June 5. All Ihe committees epidemic among the school children, ot the assembly, including one on church union, will report. Rev. J. CtnrkD, of Montreal, tie new (he last resort had to be applied anJ beginning. the schools closed. Al present only Westminster end H..C. been an uncompromislni; adiocate of j Separate schools will be closed. This the proposed amalgamation from the action was forecasted In the Herald Uo weeks ago, as it was one of the main subjects' ot at Ihe monthly raceling of Ihe Board of Health. The School Doard and health authorities met on Friday, afternoon at the conclusion of the Kmplro Day demonstration, antl decided lhat tho above named schools would have lo be The number of cases o! measles re- ported up till the time of. the meeting Edmonton, May ment is made1 in Edmonton by I1. C. Bernard Harvey, commissioner of close to 200, lu households.- .MUJI.UU i-................. On Wednesday only three cases were Dominion parks, lhat two buffaloes eporlecl but on Thursday II cases more came lo the notice of the Hcflllh ulhorilies, hastening the' .decision hey had had in mind for some days. None ot lhc_ olher schools, janlcii- ariy Ihe higher rooms, be unless found absolutely .necessary, aucli a course would wllh he chances of pupils who go up for examinallons In June. from the nalioual reseric at wrighl, Alta, where mori; than 1200 head of American bison arc quarter- ed, Hill be stnt lo Ireland this month for exhibition at (he zoological gar- dens In Diillin. Tho animals. Hie pick of the largo