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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE BIGHT THE DAILT HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 1A, 1915 CLARKE Ladies' Store Phone 4S3 Acadia Up to Greatly Newott to'tlJto E'BIG DRIVE'IS UNDER WAY A WHIRLWIND OF VALUES! A RECORD SELLING! Tlio supreme importance of values unsurpassed of a lot t'ov a little; of assortments nt-.their best and prices at, their more conviiu-iugly demonstrated.! him in the to this Great Mid-Season Sale. You were here, of has set all Lothhridge.a-talking.' SALE CONTINUES TOMORROW WITH BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER! out lines will be replaced with better goods. Everything- throughout every department reduced. It's a complete .re-adjustment of all depart- ments to suit'cliamji'd business conditions; an absolute dosing out of all high grade Keady-to-Wear Garments in Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses; a great stock reduction campaign throughout every line of Dress Goods and Silks, Staples and Wash Goods, Corsets and Whitcwcar, Hosiery and Gloves, indenve-.uM'arasois.c-tc. Q of Vast fmporfance to Every Woman in this City Demonstrating anew the leadership of this store not only in completeness of assortments, but in lowest prices on merchandise of standard qualities as well, and just at the Hme when you most need.such goods. The Big Drive in Hosiery and Gloves 75c lo Lisle lo iOc Lisle .'ilk- Ciliives a( Kic (ilovcs S1.00 Silk Cilovcs at ..........80L. si.25 Long Sill; Moves .....Sl.OO 2ric Ribbed Hnsr lo -lOi1. Hose ..............'-25c Silk Hool Hose -J1.50 Heavy Silk Heavy Silk 30e Silk Lisle Hose ...........25C The Big Drive in Underwear and Embroideries S1.50 -15-inch Flouncing....... (iOi1 Cui-sel Embroidery 20 lo 25c Edgings and toe Kdgings Union Suils 65c Allover Embroidery COc Union Suils 35e Vesls ....................28c -15c Vcsls Vesls ....................40c' 75c Union Suils Sl.OO Union Suils The Biff Drive in Waists and Underskirts to Waisls 1.00 Haw Silk Crcne Waisls Voile -Waists SI.25 Middy Waisls Yoilc Waisls SH.OO Salin Pcttienats Brocade SI.75 Roman Salin Pcllicouls Jloreen -Moreen Petticoals 55.00 Moreen Petlicoals The Big Drive in Ready-to- Wear Oll'ers Bigger Savings Than You've Ever Met With Before And Finer Assortments SUITS to 825.00 Suits 632.50 to S25.00 Xovclty Suits. Xovcliy Suits 632.5, 0- to 'S-40.00 Xbyelty Suits. COATS to Coats on sale at 7.50 fo -S20.00 Coats on sale at. to -525.00 Coats on sale at. to -S22.50 large Wo's Coats DRESSES to Silk Cloth Dresses Silk Dress. Silk Cloth Dress. SJOidO to S6.50 All Other Lines at Similar Eednctions. 515.00 1.50 Big Drive in Dress Goods and Silks Dress Goods (J5c Colored Nc Is 51.50 Colored Laces..........75C Goc Dress Goods Dress Dress (ioods .85C and'iiil.50 Messelaines 50c Silks Silks jjjj 20 Silks Silks The Big Drive in Staples and Wash Goods 30c Art Sateens -I5c Cnrlain Scrims 50c Crepes 35c Printed Organdie 15c Madapolani CfJu Best Slieeling Print, Gingham and Crepe.. 15c White Flannelette 2iie Dimity Large Sheets ........41.00 Large Bedspreads G5c Linen Damask ...........52c The Big Drive in Corsets and Whitewear and Corsets and Corsets Corsels Corsets S3.50 Corsels Corscls lo WhUcwcav 50c Corset Covers Corse. I Covers Gowns ,JQ Slips LIEUT. BRANT UPHOLDS BEST TRADITIONS OF SIX NATION INDIANS (Calgary News Tolegram) .The Six Nation Indians have al- H'ays taken a prominent, part ill the defence of the British- Empire. At the time of the revolutionary war these Indians were living in New Tort State, hut took aides with Bri- tain on the understanding that if Britain lost tlie campaign Uiej- would be. given land in Canada, to recom- pense tiem for land surrendered in Uie United States.. Thus" tliej became refugees In Canada, driven from ibeir homes'in the Mohawk Valley, as. the Belgians are in England today. The of Joseph Brant, the Mohawk chief, and bis follow-ers won for the a reserve in western Ontario, where today the 'city of Brantford (Brands ford) recalls the memory of an Indian IpyalisL Chiefs Wished to Contribute S5000 It is a far call-from Saratoga in 3776 to the trenches of France in when the of battle re- sounded through Canada, the Six-Na- tions arose en masse in defence of their country- In the Council House at Ohsweken last September, the Six Nations nf tie Grande River .voted to their brother, Ka-rah-kon-tye. The Duke of Conna-iight, Governor- General of Canada, to be used Quiet'ahd uooh truaive, .he re cognized in'vthe battalion as a man who knows "how to handle his men.. Mysteries of War Dance Explained "On the tray to Salisfciirr the 'Chief was asked by some of his brother j officers to instruct'-them in thermys- jceries of an Indian After many rehearsals the dance was per- fected to the highest degree possible to "the white men, and then, to the accompaniment of'drums, many -war whoops and weird, dreamy singing, the officers, led hy Lieutenant Brant, nightly their celebrated dance on the deck oi the transport. At the front, Lieutenant Brant has been maintaining :-the family reputa- tion for bravery, combined with 'nat- ural Indian cunning and recklessness. Praise from commanding officers and admiration from his men have 'been called forth by the many characteris- tics exemplified toy this red man from Canada while under fire in the.tren- ches. William MarsUneton, the war correspondent, writing from London, says of Brant: A .letter from the senior offi.cer of battalion refers to the gallantry of Lieut. C. D. Brant, a descendant of tho Indian, Chief Brant. "Young Chief Brant has figured in several ex- loits -which won the admiration of the chief officers; the boys will fol- low him says the 'letter. 1 The enlistment of Lieut. Brant and his fellow Mohawks hus aroused great patriotic interest among (he wo- men of the reserve. A Woman's" Pat- riotic League of Six Nation' Indian women from each of the Six Nation churches has been formed'to work for Ihe red men of their nation who have gone to the front! They have been IiDlttljiff socks, mitts, wristlets .'and caps, and one shipment was made to Salisbury Plaint In it'was. also plum pudding, fruit cake, 'boxes of creams and tobacco. What Indian women do. they do well, and it may be said 10 their credit that'no finer knitted socks could made tJian those senl'-bv .theae Six Nation women to their half- hundrod BOHB at the front. French Roasts British Officers British par- liament ie-assBirihlert' and simultan- eously Field Marshal Sir John French's report on tbe British vic- tory at Neuve. Chapelle, ahoufc which there have -been many rumors, was published. .The event .iully satisfied the curi-, osity of the public on.which minds of the people have been occupied during I recent weeks. The house o! commons for oh'LyVabout thirty 'minute's and- i-hu expected statement of the minis- ters on the question of liquor prohi- the acceleration ;of the output of the munitions and 'the general gress of the" war were postponed un- til further sessions. Field .Marshal French's report goes into the details of the operations of the British expeditionary force dur- ing February and jUaroh, and while he pays the highest tribute to general Sir Douglas1 wasr.directly J7j charge oi the operations at Neuye Chapelle, and .refers'to the battle as a. he has'iome criticism other ollicers; although he does not mcnUuU them iiyname. He re- example, to a' "consiberablc delay after the capture ot the Neuve .Chapelle and says "I the opinion that this-ilelay would. hot-have occurred had the clearly ei- presscil order of the general com- manding; the-first army-heen carefully observed.'' ELEVEN DROWNED London, April British steamship Plarmigan has heeii tor-, pedoefl'and.aunh hy a.Germtin submar- ine near the North Hinder lightship' in the North Sea. -Eleven 'aal'lorB of i the Ptinarlgan'B crew'of 22 men werfl saved. SASKATCHEWAN HOUSE TO MEET MAY 10 Heglna, Sask., April legis- lative assembly of .Saskatchewan..has been summoned to meet for the dis- patch of liiiBlneEB on May 10. The outstanding feature of the sea- sional programme will be the nev; liquor legislation, abollahlng all .bar aod club Ilceases after JuVy 1, creai- ing a aystem of government dispen- saries in lieu of the pruenf prevail- ing -wholesale system anil providing the necessary machinery 'for the ing of a l-eferendum vote to renew the license system or make the abolition of Hie bars permanent the war is over. George GriswoM, Illi years old, waa tilled in .siglst of his" home by- a train at Bedford statioo. near IJali.- lax BIGSHOE SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY WOMEN'S PUMPS Patent.and Gun-metal Pumps, Colon; ial and Plain Bow Styles, medium' and low heels, all sizes. Regular pair Saturday Special MEN'S BOOTS Made of Gnnmcta'l and Velour Calf leather, Buttonnnd BJncIier styles, medium weight, dressy shoes, all Regular pair Saturday Special HUFNER THE SHOEMAN 5O6 3rd Ave. 3 ;