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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta mi'. I.M JIKIIAI.IJ PA OH NINE -r- THURS., FRl SATURDA Y An Exceptional 3-day Bargain Event Offering you Ilio advnuliigo of securing nn iibmnlniit supply of high gnulc, Housunublo (lirio ril, lililo.prices, s The place In which you buy often niaUcs all (lie. between good ami superior jiieiriian- (IlKn without iiddliig a jiciniy on 'J'hls (lirce-tlay list foi' Tliumliiy, Friday :mil Satimlay Is a pniscnt Jiifiluucc ojf [trim on tlioro'iighly worthy goods and incltiil- Iriif die best nieniliandlsc lor youi1 nioiicy you've seeii In many a day. Most Unusual Sale of Newest Silks, A Final Clearance Lot of Waists MILADI PHONE 1224 98c 'ly Sold up to Tiiclmllng; NowQKt Palflloy In medium nnd dark colored grounds ami Paleley tStrijica on nnlurol. ground; wash' alike In neat floral ilcalfina on gfountl; eallnb In colorfi, rose, inouvc, malic, navy, otc. Haliiital Sflk In vvlilto, black, Copenhagen, Uurgundy and navy; and Bilk Poplins In sky, pink, mauve aiid All these ellha hi full yard widths Thcro U au'unuBUiilly wide- variety of patterns and colors uiid uoL a plcco In Iho lot worth, leas than ond yanl. will rxj rnf'ti'ng of Wlllar-J W.C.T.U. Mils wflck, t t Mn, R. T. rirymnrr Mrs- J. M. Mrf.'rcery, uf .irn a fow rlaya In Calvary at (ha J'alllBfrr. MM, (IcorRc niiir-M, Eoyth, ujll at hoiiiB OTI Thurff afu-rnnori to tho ol th': RA, and Ilielr styles iiml old, Wortli up 16 Bplcndld new styles In vollna with large collara and neatest trlm- inlNgg of laco and oinliruldcry work. I Hack and whlto fitrljicd crcpea In ntrktly tailored Btylce, convertible and low cut collars; and a collection of odd linen In Hllkn and nela In atylcs (hat arc not new Ihtft BCQEon, hut represent wondtrful value- at the ealo prict1, Ijelng our regular and lines; and In addition lo the so a collection of Btrlclly tailored linen and llncrmc ivlth laundnrcd collars. Worlli up to Klita up to Very 'nowcBl Elylcs with largo collars. Colore sky, pink, old rose, ivory, etc. Crcpc 8ergc v -Navy, and Iligh CJradc' Serge v -Suits Navy, black, green and brown: Novelty Poplin Suits eand, navy, etc. Newest Vcloiir Coats i Old rose, etc. Sinnvt Covert Coats up'to Serviceable Tweed Coats Light and dark colors.. Wool Jersey Sport CIoth Coats -'-1 Suits Plain while and white with .Gold, Belgian blue, green, etc. slrlpea. ami Cotlon IIosc X.. 25c Sizes Si4 lo 10 inches: Plain weave.'1 JJlRCk only.' Splendid weight, and the liest oblainable .value at 'tlic money.' v '-''''t Wide Ribbons yalues up to ,4Qc Saiihs'.'and 'Taffeta' 'Silks i .in wirtths up-lo S inches. complete ranee ot colora.'V.V 's Waists ;-v ".AVorlh up Heivy jean or knitted waists. and bullons. All sizes' 2 to-lS years. Cajies Sir to fourteen, year sixes. -large full sweep with for school glrla. Tweed Coats." A vspl.endld ralncoaL Heavy and grey. Sties up to r" l'uoiise Dresses Worth up lo S3.50 Prliila, nnil In 'n arlcndld variety of i-lylca ana sizes nn !o .11. CLARKE CO. Tl4 Ladies' Store 3rd Avenue South 453 [From Our CorresnoBdenl.) Eas- r strvices at PaVowti Sundaj- were II atlended. The young people nderod thetr purto well, Ine stag S was good, address dellv- ed by Rev. Gaiding, subject, sen Pledge-of Eternal was enjoyed every one. We -regret; very much, (oiliear ot il.eath''. of 7 jcli. .Qcqucrcil iiiJaledicina JlaL ntly..''. .The: bereaved family have r deepest We are pleased tojsee Mrs. Clias uncan home again, and getting along Tvell .after the critical operation e underwent Hat.- Hei aughter, Mrs. Wm. Amos of Golfer mot her-mother In Medl ne Hal and accompanied.her hom< nd will be here lor some time. Mrs. Stephen Weeks left Sunday fo lassford, Alta., where she iviU spcni short "time visiting old friends. Kulh Jackson is leaching Hi Icn Banner school this summer. W re plcast-d to see. our schools sup .led with" compelon cnchersJ' v Mr. BUperinlendent of paid Paliowkl.a vi.sll and site for the nijblic-school-lias' been elected and accented "within the town n.tnlts, and we hope to "see the schbb uilding'cpniplelerl aud for a ummer term of school.' The people of Pakon-hl" are abou p purchase'an organ, which will b ised for church and scliool.- The: ixpect to have it instnlled. Tor th services. Sunday the 22nd... Mr. Dolanan who -has haj .clia'rs it Ihc livery barri. timi moved out April 1st.' He on o the farm himself, buf his :Tamily wlll remain In town. He is building a neiv cottage'io the'eaBLpart ot town. Carol Dellenbick i kept Sunday aflernooa before the'church services comineuccd, -escorllng tho young people around in his car. He Look them around (lie boulevard and through every avenue iu (own a num- ber of HEAD ACHE and whoa you feel depressed try An cflcctivc Inxntlre smooth "and pleasant' to take, will put you rl Jlit, and ereryrnorn-' Ing ccnd you to the SOLD EVERYWHERE Mr. and 'Mrs. Wm. Dowson; nhd Ihoir adopted daughter Vera, left Wcrtnesday for Ontario, where they expect lo make .their Home in" the future. i Wo regret to learn of the death of Mrs. J. J, Wcgner of PemlRQl D'Qr cillc, whose death occurred on "Apr! 4th at St. John's hospital. Redwipg Minn. The deceased had undersonc a very serious operation [here, but was apparently, gelling -along well, till pneumonia set In, when she dlort very. Quickly. The [uneral services were held nt Hammond. Minn., con- ducted by. Rev'. Groosc of the Meth- odist church and by Key.-Knulh'of 10 Evangelical after whlcti he remains were shipped back to cr homo at" Pendant D'Orielle" -for urial, r.ccompnnlcd by her husband nil Leslie. Fjinernl- services held at :PendanL Imrsday. April 12th from the borne, onilncted Rev. J. Colding. This as Ihc largest funeral1 ever held In his part of the country. The dccoas- d had. been assistant post-mistress here for seven years arid was inown and .respected lir-. "Ihe was about <0 years of age at the Imo'of her death. She leaves lo mourn her loss n hushand and three onsf a mother, Iwo Bisters and. six brothers, besides rqany blher friends and relatives. The Lcreavod friends have our deepest sympathy. TAKER (From'ihe Sirs. George Sberlmrne died at Me dlcine Hat hospital 'on Saturday March 31, hearl failure, after livo weeks' Illness. Her ilealb was a ter- rible .shock Lo her husband and chil- dren. ,Thc runeral services were held Ihe foilmvlng Monday in terlon- chureb at Taber, Dryan officiating. One son arifl one (laughter, besides the husband antl six brothers and ters survive. Thu' brothers and sis- ters are as lolloivs: Mrs-13 J Dalian, C'olfax, Sherman See, Purplo Springs, Canada; AilellierL See, Super- ior, yyisi; Mrs. Hugh Iloan, I'prlal, N. D.; itichard See, Medicine aila; Roy Sec, Flagstaff, Arizona. .W. ;S. liiissell, who was formerly manager the Middle West Lumber Co., has accepted the position ot man- ager ol the Malo-Mahou Lumber com- pany yard at Retlaw. t .Harold Hamman broke his arm (Chauffeur's while, crank- Ihg his on Good Friday He was garae'enough lo gb'drifing around town .before having his arm set. On Tuesday at.3 at the par- sonage Mr.' Frank Broderson and Miss Emma' both 'of Altn., were united in marriage by _ hilpst .The happy couple are' visiting L'elhbridge'and other points on their ho'iieyinoon. The rails and tics [or the. now spur line of the Regal Collieries' cd in Taber and it is hoped to: start Hie laying oS the line at an early Jlrs. Kearney, ot has accepted a position on the Tiber school leaching staff, and will Btart ou'her new_dutles on Monday morning ABBEYIS.VITA TABLETS tuft of Cut! a neil. Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards "and Mr. John Edwards, lelt oa Saturday last' for Stirling, TV here they "will re- side In frture. SEE BEGINNING OF .GERMAN REVOLUTION Copenhagen, Apr. 17, via of Iho strike in'Berlln made n. deep impression among Tlussians here, who saw in- the demonstrations the beginning of a German .revolution. Persons who recently arrived from Berlin are not Inclined .to agree. with ,lht3 view. 130WISLANI) (From the i K. M. HolcrofL, who lias .leen on a prolonged visit lo relatives' in the east, returned (o Dow Island last Fri- day. After suing up the situation'In Ihc easl, lie hns, he "states, 'come to the conclusion that thcro Is no belter jnvftslment than a .western [crably at Bow Island. We arc tnrormed tnjil llitj roads movement two. use- ful champions In ITnrry Jenkins And Jack Forlnnc. Theae.'lwo 'have -set aif example by donating their Services on a portion of thft rpaO. soulli of tortn. Al fi time ilkc the IftLor Is difficult to gel, pHlillc-srlrlfc of Ihlg kind Is worthy.''of mcritJoD. the sood work go GIRLS IN SCHOOL OR AT BUSINESS who are delicately constituted, who have, thin blood or pale cheeks, will find in n SCOTT'S EMULSION a true.tonic and a rich food to overcome tiredness, nourish' their nerves and feed their blood.. Start with' SCOTTS say "NO" to substitutes.5 YOU CRN DO BETTER DRY GOODS. MEN5 BOOTS iMOE5 NORTH LETHBRIDCE ;