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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ,-Tlie Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, May CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store WE Pknt 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block The Clearing Sale of Ready-to-Wearables Continues With Most Remarkable Values Tailored suits, one-piece dresses priced with little regard as 10 costs and val.ues, the object Ijeintf to dean up the stock. It's an opportunity offering savings ht'rftofore unequalled in Lcthbrldgc? and one Unit every carci'ul buyer should lake advantage of without delay. Great inroads have been made on this stock during the past ten days' selling, but only on quantities; the assortments are still and satisfying, but many lines are likely to be snapped up tomorrow. So come early. SHAMEFUL PRICE CUTTING THROUGHOUT TH E ENTIRE STOCK OF TAILORED SUITS Lot No. 1.......... Lot No. 2 Edited by Phone 1052 SALISBURY WANTED WAR SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss S. M, DelMias ix-turned [com a trip to Kngtatul. Mrs. (Kov.) J. II. Wood, of Saska- toon, is visiting Mrs. .J. LI. 'J'lie Hrulge club is heing entertain- Queea Victoria Prevented It Says Senator Chauncey Depew WARNER HAS A BUILDING BOOM Warner, May Activity in Ijuilcl- jing circles continues unabated. .'J1. >CJ rady'.s large stores being erected by 'Tlios. Mahon, are about ready lot ilie finishing touches vhc addition to F. Shepherd's -store is nearly finished arid will soon be occupied J. Cue Washington, May. debate ]ias a hollst, umiol. WSIJ. work On Mr on.the naval approbation bill in Smuhs m c-u this afU-rnoon by Goode. Mrs. II. Values Worth Up To Every one correct in style, thorqughly sewn and perfectly tailored. Made of pure-wool serges and worsteds in colors navy, catawba, old rose, gray and black, neat semi-fitting coats; full pleat- ed skirts. Most Enticing Yiilncs'in Newest One-Piece Dresses. Pure wool paii- amas, serges and at actual- ly less than cost of making. Eor llcg. 322.50 S25.00- 527.50 Late Arrivals in Newest Corsets Selling at We have many lower priced higher none which we can recommend to give you the all round satisfaction as this special lot for tomorrow's selling. Made in newest Directoire style, of splendid quality coutil in white only, very. long back and hips, medium bust, has two pair of hose supporters, front and sides. It is a style -suited to the great majority of figures and shown in sizes 18 to 28. Values Worth Up To About a-dozcMi garments comprising some of the handsomest styles of the entire made with long cut graceful lapels, lined with silt or satin. Skirts shown in various full pleated ef- fects. Sweeping Clearance Pi-tots On All "MS1 the New Coats Coverts, 1' i n o cheviots -a n d J i h t weight O Iwcetls must: all IHUTV out in' senate to-duy brought forth'two I0 advanced po'rtaiu historical revelations from stages, anil Adam .Joehem lias com- rienator Depew. One hore on- the war with the other on the Ven- ezuelan episode during President Cleveland's second administration. double iinc.' Heir. quick Tor 9 A Big- Collection of Fine Lisle Hose.................... Excellent qualities which we have never seen on a bargain -counter at less than nOc and some stores would not hesitate to G5c value to them. Extra fine quality, lisle goods shown In black or tan, spliced seams, heets and toes, double soles, full fashioned and ex- tra elastic top. Colors are of the famous Hertnsdorf dye, shown in plairi weaves or lace ankles. Sires 8 1-2 to 10. Mrs. J. R. Anderson is entertain- ing the sewing cluh this afternoon, complimentary, to Miss Wilson. Mr. Jack McNaughiou, of Clinton, Ontario, is the. guest of his sisters, Mrs. Sydney -Jackson and Mrs. K. A. Sharman. Mrs. VY. A. Buchanan and Mrs. K. J, Goode were the hostesses atr the weekly tennis tea, Saturday after- noon., Nearly .every mem her took advantage of Ihe beautiful day and visited the courts'between four and six. Invitations: were? issued the latter part-oi last week" Tor the Seatlc-Wil- son nuptials, which will be celebrat- ed at nine o'clock the morning of June 15th at Sfc. Augustin's church. Following th'e ceremony a reception will be held at the home of the bride elect's parents, Superintenden and Mrs. J. 0. Wilson at the bar- racks. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Woman's Home Missionary So- ciety of Knox church will meet in the iiasement of the church at 7.30 Wed- nesday evening. The Ladies' Aid Society oi Wesley church will hold a business meeting -Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock m the lecture room of the church. Concerning the Venezuelan episode, Mr. Depew said: Now Is The Best Time. "An intimate friend ot mine Iso was an intimate friend of Lord Salisbury, then the British Prime Min- ster, told men that when the Presi- dent's message was promulgated, n'ienced a roomy. abode. Contractor II. E. Knight'is making good head- way with A. L. Bu'usiuVs dwelling in. the west end, and lU-v. Mr. Lance has.put up a small temporary resi- dence just opposite. Hah Tai, genial Chinaman, is established lus new> restaurant which has Just been finished and .is now prepared to dish up'.Chop Suey, bacon or eggs on the shortest notice. Tennis promise' be popular here this year. A number of young peo- ple gathered in the'bank'chambers-re- cently ami for the season. Grounds chosen, staked arid mown; the outfit has arrived, 'and several members of the club spending their evenings digging post holes, preparatory to having the court fenced and the nesting put up.: Editor T. E. Fairbanks, of the Warner Record, is a busy man these days getting affairs in the press room lined up and running smoothly. Messrs. Mangin Avare merchants, buildings repainted. This firm has just unloaded two carloads of hard- knowledge that Spain was prepared ware ami the energetic Mr. Whitty is on ihe hustle getting things properly Salisbury said to him: '1 be-! ieve that on account of Lite rancor coining down from the revolutionary war and accentuated by certain oc- currences in the Civil war, America neaus ro have a war with Oreat Hri- tain at some time, and 1 believe now s the best time, when America has no navy.' The views ot the Prime Minister were overruled by Queen Vic- toria, but'- 'if Lord Salisbury had had the powers possessed by some of the British Prime Ministers, the issue cer- tainly would have been ttied out." Could Not Stem the Tide. Speaking- of the Spanish war, Mr. Depew said popular demand had forced the war on 'the countr- President McKiuley was opposed lo it, but was noc strong enough personally resist the popular will.. "He could have se- cured from Spain terms, quite as fav- orable without war as add- ed the Senator. "I know of mv .own and Egan, hard- are having tticir AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 1? at SOft FORD ST. COMMENCING AT 1.30 P.M. SHARP By AV. L. Wilson, Auctioneer Brass mounted iron beds, springs and mattresses Dressers and stands Ext. table Chairs Child's crib Rockers Toilet sets Easels i.Morris chair Sideboard covered bed couch 1 six hole range with warming closet 1 4 hole cook stove "''r-.jcce dmricr set Kitchen utensils, glassware broad spirit and assuring you of high- est esteem we beg to Respectfully yours. L. D. C. E. BROWER. DIGNITY OF RACE Editor Herald, Dear gentleman once asked me if I objected to being called a "coon." I informed him it had been my good fortune to learn the proper names of the different nationalities and is countenanced far more intelligence, dignity and good breeding to use the terms Italian, Swedish. Mexican, Chin- ese; Negro, etc., instead of "dago." "coon'' etc. "greaser." But if the term he men- prominence given enclosed heading and the term "coon" does not come through disrespect but from thi cus- tom or rule which habit unconsciously STORY OF THE WKECK OF KA8LO Started Out After Strik- ing the Beached Ainsworth. Kootenay Lake, B. During a call here on Friday G. N. steamer Kaslo in half a gale struck the wharf. Little damage was apparent and the steamer continued on her voy- age but it was discovered that she was leaking rapidly and more serious than at first recognized. The steamer turned and headed for the shore at full speed as it was fear- Thursday afternoon the regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society oi Knox church will be held at 3 o'clock in the school room. The Ladies-'-Aidi.Society of Knoo j church will treat the public to a' strawberry and ice cream social Thursday evening in the school room. Surely summer is here when ice cream socials make their appearance. To-morrow evening the. members ami officers oi the Kclid Society will hold a tea at ihe home of Mrs. R. J. Gordon, 1008 Courtland street. The feature of the evening will be a musicalc, those who will take part in the programme arc Misses Simm and Clark, Mr. J. W. .lones; of Mac- ieod, ami several others. Everyone 'is invited, the proceeds of the event will to abandon Cuba and Porto Rico to prevent humiliation it she could be assured in advance of the acceptance of the proposition." The naval bill passed by the Senate today carries appropriations amount- ing to nearly The naval increase for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1U11, provided by the bill is as follows: Two first class battleships, to cosi not exceeding OUO.OOU, and when equipped with ar- mor and armament, about each. Two fleet colliers, not exceed- ing each. Five submarine torpedo boats, not exceeding a total of Six torpedo boat des; trovers, not exceeding each. stored and shelved. FROM ALB ANY TO NEW YORK go into the codecs of the Relief So- ciety. At the home of Mrs. J. W. Boulton 523 Crabb street, this evening the Ladies' Auxiliary of Cyprian's forms. However, since tile Herald jetl that the furnace fires would be goes to the fireside and comes under observation of the child, would not the' term negro suffice and at the same time the wholesale dis- tribution of undignified, offensive us- age. There is little difference between a coon and a dog according to my lim- ited knowledge of zoology and one is honored by being placed in the fam- ily of either. We will continue to Hooded, if the boilers would not. in- deed tie exploded. The steamer was safely beached as stoke hold flooded and with some difficulty lines were carried ashore, a feature being the calmness of Uie passengers and crow. While the cargo was being saved the fifteen feet of water, but will be saved if she does not. slip back into the deep water. The crew and passengers biv- parish, will hold a Talent tea be- tween the hours of Gand 9.30. A var- ied musical programme, cluding instrumental and vocal selec- tions will be given at S o'clock. Home-made candy arid food will be on sale, and ice cream may also be procured. The .citizens ace invited to come and assist the ladies by their patronage in furnishing the new i-hurch. patronize the Herald both circulation the nigllL tione represented the extent of his vocabulary it wo.uld have to be accept- ed with tolerance. T have received much courtesy through the rfopartnitiil of the Herald and am sat isfied tlnir attitude toward patrons of all nationalities is meant to be cour- teous fair. I further believe rhe and job department, and want to look on it with the sincere respect we have always cherished. We believe it is the WHERE HAIR FOR LADIES' Hong Kong, RATS COMES FROM May conse- little things that count and Tiote this tjucnce or the wholesale des exception not with resentment but, j ecration of gruvus to obtain human n sat- fully confident that yo.u have nor. con- halr for export, mainly to Paris, the rt not? T o rtrt_ sidered the personal elements of Uie above mentioned usage. Trusting this will be accepted in Viceroy has issued n de- cree providing" that any of the ghouls captured in this work will he put to To Housekeepers Alhnv us to inform you that we can solve the house cleaning- problem for you. In the first place if you call you will be delighted with our assortment of wall papers which is the largest in the city. It includes imported Eng- livh goods and the output of the best Canadian and Aincri-- can Houses. The price is right. We also have over a ton of Genuine English White Lead in stock. Then twenty years of experience enables us to guarantee satisfaction jmd do the best work in paper hanging, pointing, decorat- etc. Ask those for whom we have worked as to the Wellington Bros. 6? Cutbill St. of our work. Phone The members oi the -Junior auxil- iary .ot St. Augustin's parish made ideal'little hostesses at their tea and sale in.the parish hall Saturday at- wtlicn ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. 3'ectei1- 1J. -Smith received the many guests. The fancy work booth was in charge of Marjory Lena Stewart, Helena Simpson, Francis Cook and Eileen .Jones.- The sweets were dis- pensed by Marian Fisher, Lillian PiYjdur, Gladys Wilcox and the tea table presided over by Miss Hardy as- sisted by Gladys Ling, Louis, Gladys Hinds and Lucy Ingram. The ncouraging proceeds amounted to 27.00, .and after the expenses arc lefcayrd the Auxiliary will have as a reward for their many ks1 preparation. FERNIE PASTOR IS PROMOTED Fernie. May W. L. Hall, jastor of the Fernie Methodist church or the hist, four years, preached his ast sermon t.o his congregation to- night and leaves for new Held. Mount Pleasant church, Vancouver, Tuesday morning. Mr. Hall bus held the pastorate through what is likely to remain the most eventful period through which the church and the town wilt ever pass. That he has proven to be eciual to all demands upon him. as a pastor, be .evidenced in the future" by the, line structure made built of brick which has been erected in place of he wooden structure which was swept away by the hot breath of the onflagration, but far more enduring will be the future fruits of his stead- ast fidelity to the fundamental prin- ciples for which the real church stands. As long as time shall last the memory of the struggles throng) which he has had to pilot his church shall remain with the congregation which he is leaving behind, us he is called to a higher station, he will be remembered as having never for one moment. tlinched, or cringed before the attacks of sordid selfishness, to which all pastors are at all times sub Glenn Curtiss Flew Dis- tcince 'in Record Time New York, .May H. Cur tiss, the famous aviator, ilew toclaj in an aeroplane from Albany to New Verk. a distance of 137 miles in minutes. Is'ever before had this been made by man in air. The High otkCurtiss broke the world's recor-1 'o speed in long distance. He mainViin art an average of.S miles an hour in spurts frequently "exceeded the rat 0? mile a minute. London, May aviator today paid a high tribute to Glen H A Good Combination The City Bakery V AND Best" Flour Results Guaranteed test It Ford St. Beside Fire Hall Phone 1181 men drill regularly arid are making splendid advancement. J. P. Uregoroy, of Twin Butte, has sold his .interests at that place and left for Vancouver, where he will go into the real estate, business. It is complained that; the pupils of. Spring Kidge school were not given a holiday on May.'.20th, the King Edward's .funeral." Curtiss for his flight. "A remarkable Another .automobile was added last said Graham White.! week to the list of those conveyances Hon. "C. S. Rolb, who has been at Dover waiting a chance to cross the hannel in" a flight, said: ''Curtiss is H the front rank of aviators. This gives him' further distinction. His light is a remarkable fine .bit of vork." "Uurtiss is one of the foremost a'v- ators of the world and has proved it several times, and the Hudson night only clinches it more said Pulhnn v.-ho was the chief rival of Curtiss at the recent Los Angeles meeting. No enemy of the church and fo what it stands will rver be a hie t point to a single act ot" I in and say: "Here is., he snrren dered principle for expediency." Sticlii PINCH ER CREEK WOULD BE PLEASED owned in Pincher Creek. Vet another auction sale takes place at White's ranch, near the Lish- bnrn postottice, on June 16th. By ail we hear there is going to-be some doings in Pincher .Creek on Dominion Day. Several left from this section last week for Montana, steads in that state. weather continues fine here with rather cold mornings and even- ings. Efforts will be made here to raise money wherewith to provide the school cadets with uniforms. The municipal water cart is in daily; use these days. If Dr. Warnock Were Made Cabinet Min- ister Pincher Creek. May possi- bility of Dr. Warnock becoming a member o' the new Alberta cabinet, ;is-published in Friday's Herald, is commented on here with much satis faction. The circle of the doctor's friends and admirers in town and dis- trict is fi very extensive one. and their limit is by no means drawn by party lines, for apart from politics alto- gether he esteemed in the commun- CARMANGAY Carmangay, May com- et was plainly visible here on Thurs- day night at about 11 o'cloock, prac- tically due west and fairly high up in the sky with a tail sweeping away to the south. The night being dark the opportun- ity was a splendid one for making ob- servations and any lucky individual with a telescope or night glasses would have seen a magnificent, spectacle. 1 ity for his worth .ns a man of honor a record is ?o iK'.t un- assailable and trnirful of everlasting good when achieved. CORSET BANNER IN PARADE. Kenneu. Oil.. May L. and integrity. Hence his popularity with all classes. .Marshall returning from a weeks' trip to the coast last Fri- day morning was slightly-up against a surprise party. He hail recently! sold his farm property near town and! The Board of Trade meeting on Monday night will discuss the ad- visability of sending an exhibit to tne Alberta provincial exhibition to be held in Calgary, also the question us to me best design of literature to circulate concerning the district. AMERICAN BATTLESHIP GOES TO NICARAGUA Washington. May The despatch aoromp.-mied by Kaghm.l left his family at the home of his the Prairie warship today from left Sunday for l.'kiah. ns a delegate piiew when leaving for the west. A Philadolphia to Nicaragua is further from the Kmneu aerie of lOa.cles to tho grand lodge, ho took a -bundle sup- placard barred his entranrri demonstration of rhe intention of the posed to contain a gold' lllc wherc liis an" rhil-JT'iiitcel States to tighten its grasp on rinc-her Creek, May re- sponse to invitations sent out during he early part of last wct-k, a largo ;athrring of I'incher Crock's repre- sentative ladies and gentlemen, in- cluding the youUi anri beauty of our town, met at the "wigwam" on Fri- day night, where an "at homo" was given by the popular young bachelors who make, the "Imngalo" their resi- dence. As the "denizens" oi that abode are leaders in music reed, string and without say- ing that the measure set to the danco which formed one of Ihc principal fea- tures of the night's enjoyment found favor with all who tripped the light fantastic on flu; occasion. The com- pany numbered ovrr seventy, and all who participated in the afiair declare it to have been one of the most en- joyable of its kind given here for a considerable time pnst. Mrs. S. M. Hinton porformixl the duties of chap- eron at this social and happy gather- ing, and the choicest lines of refresh- ments served at one stage of the proceedings. banner of the Konnott According to ;i. report hero (Iron are confined, which been! the affairs of Central re- up two clays aftor he had started; publics. The Prairie will 'take from when Knglan oponcrt ills packasc at on (rj Mr Ma h Colon to Rluefields about 500 marines luTiriri fr. -t "lie :r fntirui to contain his wife's corset, not the banner. lan. however. pcjual 10 ihe occa- sion. He unfurled Ihr corset and marched in the procession with it flut.- cring from (he ton of a sfiff. one. too; Fiske has disposed oi four .Second avenue. lots in Calgary which i lie and William Livingstone, of Cal- g.iry bought some months ago They netted Messrs. Fiske and Livingstone wood inspector last ;i good j from camps in Panama. However 200 j marines on the Duhnqe to Colon for old makes! eniergency, the reinforcement shows that a very acute and dangerous sit-; nation has risen inland near Blue- fields. perfect" holds pood in military mat- ters, the recruits of D squadron will soon he in fit shape. Officers and M. Ilf-iimTSini EYE SPECIALIST Wright's Jewelry Store Lenses ground on the prom- ises. Evenings by appoint mont. Office 2-." COWAN'S. PERFECTION COCOA {MAPLEUAF LABEL) Its richness and exquisite flavorgive an added delicious- ness to homemade "sweets" and dainties. Be sure you get COWAN'S with the Maple Leaf Label. THE COWAN CO. IAOTEB, ;