Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
.LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday. May 27, 1013 THE TRIPLE TRAGEDY AT STKATKORD, OM. ADDRESSED PRINCIPALS AT ROY AV- WEDDING IN PATERNAL VEILED PROTEST SWEET VALLEY Dryandov's ol Sucu Valley. May IHgb llhcr, has cprncd ifcii to: a; of for Valley, and Icarrting with Mrs. Taylor _U Iz L'CpcJ her of school -will fre a one, CoUin v-as in list Tvcek oh WE. The fr.iH tree agent wlio ta- been t dcivn a corner of lie store, 1 -5 dLEjKtscd of raoit oj bis trees and MP: Dr. ai the w tht Louise on Eal- is quoted'tcjay. It MS very ]i.itenul, and somewhat Ma.> DJV, bi Ihe grace of fee "aas tor you, and vMie.hoUi parent couples join their hands la yours as representatives c; von- old dynasty, closely intenvoxen "the history of Germany, the ea- Rathcrlaad jubilalicg, seeing you gii en by God (cr the wel icac ic Qibtr parts. Rounds visiting in Xantoa Miss Arms t long, of Yet'wcod, calling in this of Sate. Mrs. A. Lewis has joce.la Granumj for a weeV? usil. Consequently Mr.] ..You gracious princess, hare LsvHs i3-humlns (or another'cock. UiperiencEd little of lite Mrv Haugliman, of the full of iarm, has ins garden and yard fenced American fencing, and also hns out a "generous supply of willons find cDtlcnnoid trees purchaseij from fare empire. The festive jub- ilation is mingled with the prayers of fill the "people, who carry their wishes before" JGod's throne." lie Ejrake of the trials and sorrows It is thought that his words, by" the I'You vov; faithfulness to each other the A. Mitchell nursery at Coaldatc. Adams has arrived to open the srbool for Ocean Wave district, comjneoce duty-jjj a couple of creeks. Ocean.Wares UuUees are f.ustleis, and can always lively get far in dcinaTid, 'Mrs. Uatshmsn veiled her sister, Mrs. at flctlai? last Saturday asri Sunday, Earl Jcnes is treating his house to ft coat of paint, which changes .appearance until coDtained a veiled pro- i agaiast the ways dhorce. WANTS rMORE feAND MUSIC Tern Coklti Tras In C'hamrioa on doing his shopiiJag. 'c.' a few He'ls Euypo'sed to iavc soiie to but none in :his neigfa'aorhood litaril from i laoci conceris each week May I and October 15 are for in a new proposal cf the city cou-ciK Ont a week is not con- sidered enough', so before the new insirumeniE' now ou the -way are turned over to the band, the council will make overtures to the band crr- i askiog for more music." A j Thursday evening concert at Sunday "Mclhu's a S-md-y eveuing coh- obgerred here by Kev. norrain.jccrl at Gait Gardens were provided Jiis iiddrpHs was very bt-nefklal to j for tho motion unanimously adopt- nil. song rccaercd .was ap-jcrl, by tae. ct-UECil venerday. 1-ropiiate for ibe. occasion A Liatlcr CHne hid been asked to crcird n-as irejent, the beiiig packed to Its fug'capacity. "Jtre. and Turleytand thexlly. AUhough there is ntrth- WCTG caliinc en Mrs. Rickett en Tues-j iig in writing 10 this tffect, he is sup- poited in Ms contention by C. J. Ecfc- provide concerts a He re plieii that one only vas fci in the agrcemeni between the band 'Mr. KrickFon's family nearly recovered from the measles, and start to school McP'aclyen h not having svnft at Jay Hirkctfs wUh'llu well. 3tc h'aQ lost or'fastczcd, and hcE been unablu lo remove it. the M.P., hopes Jo he 10 get to Ottawa btforo the ses- Eton storm, president of the band commit- tee. Secretary ftohinson, who was a raeiubtr of the bind commit ice when the agreement with Bandmaster Cline' was made, sajs two were provided for. Tho council settled the matter! far as -arere by although Mr. Cline ask- ed Itfat the band be paid at the rate of per concert fer man for the- musical concert. TEXAS. OKLAHOMA AND NEW MEXICO FIELDS THREAT- ENED BY PLAGUE Aiuarillj. Tev., .May northvipHuanl, a column of grass- hoppers like miles and' IS niiles his started in northeastern itd rciremij. Reports thai the mill- ions of seem to spread 35 they (ravel and also the appear- ance oj smaller bodies of grasshop- pers in sections cf west Texas have tho si a general hojr.ier pest in the souths estT espec- ially in Texas, tvestern OklaHorca and New Mexico. WILL BE" HANDS AROUND THE WORLD WHEN SCHEME IS WORKED OUT- J JCentbhmen'-have decid- ed to affiliate themE.elves .with other associations in Canada, and with the association "or Kentishtneu and Men of Kent In the old country. This step was taben'at their meeting list night, and a constitution and co.de of were adopted-" This more will place the orjanSH'ation on. a much mere pcrmaue'tii basis." Regular monthly meetings .ivill be held, the Monday in each mouth being selected, as thp night ol meeting The election ot ofliccra under the constitution adrfpled, resulted as fol- lows: Hon. President, L. Asquith; President.J. L. Secretary- treasurer, Fred Kxecutive committee: Messrs. Cariier, C. Wakelia, Dunk, T. Stand ing, 5. Frier and J. Hooker, sr. There were about thiily present at last night's meeting.' Ail who have .taken rart In the orig ina! will lie admitted a: charter members, provided they ap- ply within one moiitb. LEAVES ON TRIP Xew York, May Sieranr.Eon, commander of the Canadian Arctic j expeditlOit, which will seek 'the "un- known continent" that scientists be- iievc in the Arclif. left this city lor Olinwa on the first ?tage oE the Joyrney to Victoria, wliere bo will join the cxjicdition'. Before his departure he received a telegram from the National-, jihical He cx- petls to return, three jeara hence, Samuel PIcrpont ver.ied th- first heavier than air fly- ing machine, was 'recently honored W the unveiling of i rritrnorlAl-tablet [n the SmilhtonUn Ht died In J90S. When Invention was first announced it -'mat ridiculed.', In the jroup picture right-are not- ables nov; In asrlal flyinfj: "Ocnsral Jaj. Allen. Dr. 'C. D. Walwtt, O'n- JMt H. Curtis; A. Graham Bill, Jules and Or, A, J. They arc all veterans in The Ladies' Store Pbene 453 BUck Month-End Wednesday Friday Saturday A Foui- Day for (he Balance oi the Mondi's Oilering-. .ijiiiu-eccrtwitefl Bargain Oiinortunitics Todays bargain announcement is ot the utmost Importance to ewry woman miiiin the circle of tliis store's influence, nnd ol a character Never before has Hits store patrons such lore pneca as tlipso announce. tor IDC ncU four dnya. and ten pace couldn't mate the orlera bit more lorcclul. In Justice to yoiirsc'i[ should not 'fail to personally- Inspect tba e EooT' oa every price nuolgd and only ask a fair Investigation of styles anil ng sensational. timea the splendid money-saiing proposition here present prices; will at once convince you that mis is really a bargain carnival warluy of a larger eliy than Letlibriasc. THERE IS NO STANDING STILL IN THIS Each month must show a substantial Increase over the. corre.-porjdlnE month ol last .voar. and whether mosey Is tree or tight, proflta fair or entirely eliminated as they are In ibis Instance. wo roean'to closely adhere to outflow po'lO" o' ridding our sheues pit all stocks during the season for which' they bought. The advantage Is decidedly yours. You ne-d nol lake our "say-so" for.lt, for like as not we're prejudiced; but come and see far yourtelf. ITcrc are (he Trices dial Speak for Themselves. Everything Reduced, Nothing Reserved. You Save on Every thing You Buy ALL OUR FINEST HOSIERY, GLOVES, COHSETS AND UNDER reduced for. His tour-day bargain event.. Ttith tag fol- lowing from these various departments, specially featured hero a.s the blggcat money's ivortli In this class of gooas we've peered. Hosiery Bargaiiis In this Four-Day Sale '.Regular 35e and 40c. Values" Our entire stock of fine lisle and cotton goods within toe range of prices qaoled children's, girls' aad women's sizes, blacks, and all colors; plain or ribbed weaves. OTHER BARGAINS IN HOSIERY 45c Lisle Hose ...J5c. 1 60c Lisle Hose ____ 48c 50o Lisle iiose OOo Lisle Hose 72c. 76c Lisle. Hose Silt Hose 51.00 Glove Bargains In this Four-Day Sale 19c Regular 35c Values A splendid and complete range of sizes and colors'- in finest silk ttsle the oest we hnre erer had to ehow, ei'eii' at' regular prices; beautifully made, fimsried -n-iih two domes at OTHER BARGAINS IN GLOVES SOc Silk Gloves Lorig.LlEle......SOc. 75c' Silk and Mslo 60c. I .70c. 3ic Children's gloves 28c f 1.23 Lone Silk Gloves J1 Four-Day Corset Bargain Riijuljr'41.50 ar.d Including 'three 'at 'the newest and best. fitting niotleli' of ihd seasoo, all of the fam- a-js V. i'.-Omakes. OTHER CORSET BARGAINS J2.00 Corsets St J1.60 Corsets gi Corsets SMO 54.00 Corsets J5.0D Corsets g 54.00 All Parasols and Sunshades In complete, and satisfying assortmentSj fealurin's the 1 very ne'-vest shapes, ,and colors of tha season, and tiie best values' we have ever bad to show. 4-Day Uiulcvwcar Bargain 25c i Worth up'to 45c. Lovely quality, flno ribbed lisle" some the new open rcesh styles, elaborately trimmed with heavy lace; ribbon, etc., short or long sleeves, or sleeveless. i OTHER UNDERWEAR BARGAINS Me.Lisle Vests if .......'............40c. C5c. Lisle VcEts 52c. 50c Union'Suits 40c. 63c Union Suits S 52c. 51.00 Union Suits BOc. 20% Off Specially "Staple" Values in tliis Pour- "Day Bargain Event BEST POINTS 10c, 15c. Values SCOTCH GINGHAMS........50c. Regular 15c and 18c Values MADRAS MUSLINS fieguUr Values HEMMED SHEETS 35c. Rosular Value TURKISH TOWELS 19c. Hegular SOc, Values WASH SUITINGS Kegular 25c, Values COTTON VOILES........... 32c. 1 Regular 5Qc Values BORDERED RATINES 3Sc. Regular 65c. Values Whiteweac Bargain Yaluei Gowns, Underskirts.-. Princtls Slips and Combtnalipss :of fine] all thor' ougbly seftn and perfectly proportioned. OTHER BARGAINS (2.50 Gowns nnd Pblrls J3.00 Slips and Slips and Combinations ......53.20 55.00 Gowns and Combinations HOO All Leather and Novelty Hand Bags Scores of newest styles just to Esprcsa, and ail included In'tliis Four-Day Bargain fevenf. Regular prices arc the beat of value always. Ealo price' 20% on STOCK UP WITH SUITS AND COATS A Great Sale of Suits and Coats at about half the regular values We'll come right to tho point in'this great llcady-to-Wcsu' Sale by announcing tlic most remarkable savings offered to Lethbriilge women in many moons. WE'RE BENT ON ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE OF'THE ENTIRE BALANCE OF ALL SUITS AMD COATS THROUGHOUT OUR STOCK, AND tF SUPERIORITY OF STVLES AND EXCELLENCE OF WORKMANSHIP, TOGETHER WITH RIDICULOUSLY- LOW PRICES ARE ANY INDUCEMENT, QUANTITIES ON HAND BE SNAPPED UP 'DURING THE NEXT FOUR OAYf. CRITICAL WOMEN WILL PART WITH THEIR MONEY WILLINGLY WHEN THEY SEE THE SATISFACTORY RETURN IT BRINGS IN THESE LOVELY GARMENTS, Tailored Suits Including Lines up to This Inclu'des .our entire stock of novelty ivittioul any resene in navy MacX fine Imported In grr'iV, tans, etc, as well 3? nil fine wool bedfords In light, medium and dark coiors, Every-auit J6 prelty and stylish as confined exclusively lo store and priced ridiculously cheap for the fir.al clearance. .Attractive Coats S19J5 Our Entire Stftck up to Hednctlon's aiTTiost unbelievable Iliroushoul this Ispleildltl tot'ot co.its, hut out ]d fonf days.Indeed fls-worrf, so to here' carfy lo" gel ontl save about" half (ho Acluat-.yftluc.i MaierUls' Included are finest blanket cloths, light and dark.cblortf 'all and Suit Sale All lines worth up to Our entire stock ot plain at d novel- ty ?uita In light and medium scrjes, (weeds and worsteds, Included at this price. All rcguhr values up to J2500. Two 1% Specials iii'MillineVy. GREATLY REDUCED FOR the NEJCf FOUR SALE All hati worth up All trimmed' hats worth up ThU se'aion art showing American styfci from the leading And 'all Are in- cluded In these lots, Coat Sale i AIMIriejiWorth.up to This lot Inclines all our coAli !n ourl as ncll as'Vghi tolofs the ranso ol price's oil. ,-SlM.i (ncindo.ll up to' stout tvoinetiV nil nomlcrrully cheap.