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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta tCMDAY, MIMI14 TB1 LtTHitlDGE DA1LT CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phooe 453 Aeadif JMc All This Week Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses. 2O Per Cent Off A Rousing Final Clearance Sale, includ- ing every new suit, every new coat, every new skirt, every cloth and silk dress through- oat this splendid stock, without .any, ieserve whoever. Eveiy garment is niaxked in plain figures, so that you can easily figure out for yJourself saving this sale means to you. tlculir garments and we ttrongly urje an villt would choose from the Or X beit A DEPOSIT YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY FOR IT. 1, J. D. ROCKEFELLER, JR. WHO IS FIGHTING UNIONISM refusal to meet the demaiidp for the imlpntxfng of the Rockefeller mines in Colorado aa "a matter of principle" bits resulted in a 0tate o'f civil war in tho region B of minefl. A of strikers have been killed in tbe dash wilh the state milititi, defeuceless women with babes in their arms have, it is said, been alauehtered. Mr. Rockefeller, -who denies all blame deaths, J'WhOe we do not uuestion the right of any workmen to freely associate themBClvw in unions, we are contending against the right of iinlonii to impose tliemaelves upon an industry by force." CELEBRATION JUiristand2nd Wants Attractions Concessions to Let Write eveiything in iirst letter j First come, sorwed Time sliort; "Hurry" John J. MagenniK Chllrmin sport Committee Sheunavon, Canada Will Manege Calgary Branch A. E, Rose, manager of the Leth. branch" of R. Q. Diin-and Co., left this afternoon; for Calgarj to manage the Calgary agency while the manager tbere Is east for a couple of months I AND CARPET NUIC'K SERVICE O. BOX 8} Will ROLLER SKATING Bring. 04Kliillbte5 of Your JViencfsfaiM Good Ventilation Music HOURS 2-5 Free in afternoon COSY BQLLER Under V ment MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 A WHITE ROSS The red whispers ot passion, And the white rose breathes of love; Oh, the rod rose Is a falcon, And the white rose a dove. But I lend you a cream-white rosebud, With a flush on Its petal llpi; For the love that Is purest'and sweet- eft, Has a ills of desire on its lips. Boyle Mrs. Elmer Jack- :mo SUth Are., A., a., will hold her post-nuptial reception on Thursday afternoon. Miss Wright spent the week-end in Nanton, t Mr. J. W. McNlcol is spending a phort time in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. MoKenzle mo- tored to High River for the week-end, returning yesterday. Mr. Alfred Oliver, of Medicine Hat, the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. 6. Oliver. Miss Annie Dixon, of Macleod; was a holiday visitor with Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall Rosewaru, of Medicine Hat> was a holiday visitor in the city. r F P Conybeare, KC, left last night to attend Supreme Court In Cal- gary. Miss Alberta Washbrook came see: ond iii the recent W. C. T. U. medal contest at Medicine Hat. Mr. Vandewater, of the Bank of Commerce staff at Calgary, spent the holiday renewing acquaintances here Miss Lottie Wood, of Calgary; epent the week-end the guest of her parents, Mr. and Wbosi Fourteenth Street Mr. Thompson, of the Bank of Com. merce staff at Taber.-spent the week- end with friends iii the city. Mr. 'Francis, of the Merchants Bank staff at Brooks, was a week-end visit- or In the city. Mrs..A. M. Grigghas sufficiently: re- covered from 'operation to return home-from'-'the Gait "Hospital, Edward Kennedy left yester- day to spena or three months a] her home In MO other eastern points. .Miss McCals, of the domestic sci- ence department of the Calgary Nor- mal School, was a holiday visitor with Mrs Cuarles McKlllop Mr. Robin Sherlock has returned from McGin University to spend the summer at. his home here. Mr. .Brooks, formerly of the Bank of Montreal staff here, Is spending the week the guest of Mrs. R. S. Smith, Glenelg Tower; en route to his home in Indian Head, Sask.. w Rev. Dr. John of Cal- gary, preached two very inspiring ser- mons in Wesley church on Sunday, the one in the 'evening on being particularly suited to Empire Day. Mr. Kllpatrick, who has been'trans- ferred to the Calgary branch'iof the Merchants Bank, left yesterday after- noon for Calgary. Mr. Kilpatrlck has made many sincere friends during his stay in Lethbridge, All of whom "wish hlni success in his new sphere.. Miss Kennedy has severed her con- nection with the.staff of th'e Hudson's Bay store prior to her marriage oc June 1st to Mr. Ryan, of Macleod. On Baiurd'ay evening Mr. Carr, on behalf of the staff, presented her with''a beautiful piece of cut glass. Miss. Helen Lee, "accountant; "at Plunket fe Savage Fruit Co. for the past two years, left today for .Edmon- ton, where she has accepted a similar position with the same firm Lee by her bright and sunny lion has won a large circle of friends, who 'will he sorry to learn of her resignation, while wishing her every succeis In her new position, Miss Dawion entertained at a tea at St Augustln'i rectory en Saturday afterneon. Mn. J. E. Muitell-Wrtght received with the hostess, and the tea lable, which was pretty with anap- dragon, presided over by Mra. E. Higihbptham and Mrs. E. A..Shir- man. 'Mill Bawden Invited to the din- ing room, while the dainties were served by Rosalind Roblnioa and Miss lattice Bentley'. TKe'iueete to the number of irty Included 0107 piarried ladles. The new boat home ef tke bridge Aquatic Association was form- any opened by a delilhtfullr Jolly hop last evtntac, wh.a hundred gueele were in attendance Mrs James Aird and Mrs J W. Bawden ware the pat- ronesses, splendid music being gra cluutly supplied h. Miss Aird, Miss Bairdea, Mlse Mr C Aird and Mr. Sloan: A dainty supper-was served .at small tables at half .time The affair proved so enjojable that it ie hoped it will be only the first of similar functions during the summer Owing to wind it was impos to uie the boats and canoes, had been placed at the disposal ot the guests. J. G. Robertson spent the -weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Agnew, of Medicine Hat Mils Grindlev, 01 Calgarj, was 4 city on the 24th. Mr and Mrs C J Eckstorm note Calgary visitors oier the holiday. Despite the .thunder storm, which fortunately, cleared up before five on Saturday afternoon, scores of visitors attended the'post-nuptial reception of Mrs Roy Davidson Her cosy home on Fourteenth Street was literally a bower of beaut} with spring flowers in great profusion, lilacs, pansles, tulips, iris, flowering currant and other varie- ties diffusing color and fragrance The bride hostess looked very Jy la a graceful costume of pale blue fcatin. en traine with touches of rose embroidery, while her sister, Miss Preston, of Calgary, ivho assisted in receiving, well in accessories. T. R. Davidson, who Invited to the 'dining a as becomingly gowned in palo blue crepe with shad- ow, lace, and black hat with pink fea- ther mount. The tea table with its centre of golden tulips was presided over by Mrs. V. H. Fairfleld, in a, pretty gown of midnight blue silk eolienne with Persian triniralng and black'hat with flowers, and Mfp-jH W Menzie, in a distinctive gown coral ratine itith touches of black and tuaean hat with flowers. The deft assistants were Miss Dow- ner, in coraJ ratine with satin girdle and black chapeau, Miss Conybeare in white Dolly Varden tunic and blactichlffon' hat, and Miss Macleod in pink, satin striped' Tolle sash and black hat with flowers Beth Fairfield, tracked in white" with pale blue admitted the many guests. Clubs and Societies OLUBS AND- H CSCSC The Ladies' Ala of Wesley Church nill not meet this -seek Weslej Ladies' Missionary Auiil iary'wiH meet on'Thursday afternoon rhen there wilt'he a musical pro- gram. The Women s Missionary Society of Westminster Church will meet in the Church on Thursday evening, when Mrs. Westcotrw'liY take, the topic. The members are asked to' note that the meeting is instead of the "afternoon as formerly. The result of the] election of society representatives for current confer- ence year in Wesley, Church is an- nounced as follows: Mr. James Ben- ton, Mr. C.'E. Brantew: Mr. R. W. Bu- chanan, Mr. R. Hi'TJobson, Mr. W. B. Faifburn, Dr. J. E; Loverins and Mr. W.'R. Virtue. Tlie Alexander Gait'Chapter of the Daughters of the.r-Empire Is accom- piishlng things. ..Friday.at the close of. the review Mrs. G. W. Hob- Insoh, the regent, in a neat little speech; along patriotic lines, presented the prizes for the essay-, competition recently held in the local schools by the Daughters of the Empire, The essay in Grade IX. and X. was on "One Hundred .Tears of in Grade VIII. on Olive" and brade VII. on 'Eiplorers of. the West.' The fortunate .prize, winners were, In Grade IX. and-X., 'Aileen Dunham; School) and honorable men- lion Walter Durham' (Central ScJiool) In Grade VIII., Marjory Higirihotham (Central and honorable men- tion, Lowell Cobhledlck in Grade VII., Alyia. Graves (Central and lipnorahle mention Ruth Inman (Fleetwood Slchool.) If It's China, Ma jam, you will do well by glancing over this list AN EXCEPTIONALLY advantageous opportunity lo-supply your neeit in crockwy at much below ordinary prices spite of the heavy advance in pottery, prices. Almost day brings news the world's most famous potteries of sharp advances in prices. We had anticipated these and fortunately secured extra luige stocks before the advanced price went into effect, so that our regular prices are fully 25 per cent lower than we can now purchase the same goods for. Buy now. Limoges Bet Limoges China, in neat Rosebud effect, rose and green, all dishes newect shapes. Full 97- piece let Just one-half price C99 Kfl Regular M5 00 97-Piece Dinner Set Uainty small floral designs In green and Ua, good quality English semlporcelata f4 M Full 97 in then sets...... f tfmW Bleu De Stock The popular Blue De Hot design, wide blue band nitlh narrow gold stripe, very pretty Spec- ially tar thli week 87-Plece Clfi 75 dinner set