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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 mm mm THR LETHBRIBGB DAILY HERALD W^diiesdty, April 23, 1913. CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Of Millinery and Ready-toAVear Garments^^iS^^'^S^ Spring Stocks to make room for the piles of Summer Wear now on the way by lake and rail. A Tremendoos Clean-up planned to work in conjunction with the "Yardage Clearance" Sale, in which prices have been lowered to the lowest possible notch to effect the immediate and sweeping clearance of Suits, Coats, Cloth and Silk Dresses and high-grade Trimn^ed Hats whose place will be taken by bright new Summer Goods in the largest and best selections ever shown by this store.- It's a Good Time for Us It's a Good Time for Yoii This mid-season clean-up will serve a double purposa with 1 his store-it will give us the required space on racks and tables for the proper display and sale of summer stocks soon to ari'ivo and at the same time satisfactoril}'' adjust � present stocks to proper proportions as is always customary at tMs season of the vear. It offers you the 0]jportunity of savings totalling one-third to one-half the value of tlie various lines involved, right at a time when the best part of the wearing season*is/before you, and when yon can get your full money's worth--and more- in wear and satisfaction, out of the various lines included by. the end of the season. This mid-season clean-up is intended to eclipse any similar event held by this store during any previous seasau. We have planned for it on a large scale andean safely say that Xethbridge women have never before seen such reroarhablc offers at the various prices quoted. All ready Thursday Morning Promptly at Nine O'Glock. Biggest Savings Ever Offered in High-Grade Tailored Suits  The verj; newest and most popular styles of the season ai*e incluflea in j this mid-season clearance-every garment made for regular stock and right up to the high standard ot all goods shown by this store. \ Wonderful Values in Newest Suit Styles INCLUDING MORE THAN A SCORE OF PRETTY IMODELS Itt-jO Cfl WORTH $22.50 AND $25.00 ......... ........... j "^'T^ These are withoat a doubt the best garments v.'e've ever sold at the price and the biggest liioney's worth you ever had the opportunity to buy. Made of absolutely pure wool tweeds and \A/orsieds, in light and .medium mixtures, coats all silk lined; skirts made witn high waist ^"IJ-^Q ail silk lined; skirts made witn band. All the famous Northway make and thoroughly tailored Medium Priced Tailored Suits VAAi -522.60- - Values Worth up to $30.00 RegulWr prices in these medium priced lines are the best-of value always, but this lot is greatly reduced jfoi-j this clean-up sale, making it one of the best; liargadn lots we hav? had to offer. ,;L black and navy, ?J[ as wcitil a&htgh grade worsteds, In light greys, tans, !^:,'v^awnsiaqa.; novelty mixtures, all taildred in the, ,^s.Vte)�y best possible way and perfect Rfl ' ,fn?.f1t add shape keeping abilities ... 9CCia9U Highest-Grade Novelty SiiitsL -S32.50- >^ SZi V3t'.*9pproachlng ^irSeaseqyaftdtgiving you:-'. jl^the,^ benefinififA'ex^lU^: cctions ^hd^itiptjeatable [.5-valiie;.^ for teyer/y-dollar -J:;^spent.i ^ : ;, � -1 Prices that Compel Your Attention in Newest Tailored Goats The most correct and wanted styles in tlifee-Quarter and geven-elghth . lengths, as well as a splendid collection of _full Jengths ancllided in this' sale comprising a complete showing of all Tegular .size's as well as sizes for extra small and extra large women 'from fourteen years to forty-si.x bust measure. Exceptional Savi n g s i n Th e s e New Coats A WIDE RANGE OF CHOICE IN ALL THE WANT.Eb SIZES SI'S f\ti INCLUDING VALUES WORTH UP TO $16.50 ............ * * fc�UU The prettiest styles and best materials you could expect to buy, even at fegiilar prices, 'reduced to the price of much inferior goods for this Eight-Day Ciean-up. Don't fail to profit by the savings. , - ' . Pretty serges. In navy, black and tan, as weU as a splendid showing of vvoi'steila and tweeds in light and medium colors, including C-f 5 rtft all the desired lengths for this season, in all. slices ,.......____ 9 � CbUU Lovely Coats Greatly Reduced Our Most Expensive Coats Cloth and Silk Dresses in the Mid-season Clearance � " - MAKE IT WORTH YOUR WHILE TO BUY NOW ^ Gamnents produced by the leading manufacturers of this country; and carefully 'chosen for this season's wear by reason of their effective designs, splendid materials ;'v:andpenf^ct fitting, abilities. It's time now to make room for other goods and garments l^ot this'high order must move out-with other goods to get the desired space. Here are the.prices to clear them:- - Newest Cloth and Silk Dresses ' A D02EJN OR MORE ODD STYLES IN THE NEW PEPLIN AND I C ifS Cft OTHER MEAT EFFECTS, WORTH OIP TO $22.60........ .....J 9 I :.: Fine afesailine � Sllksi Natural Shantungs and Taffetas, as well as fine duality Serges in very pretty and attractive styles. Included in this lot for auiclc clearance during tihls sale.  Dresses t.?iat'would cost you as much for the making alone as -sv'e are asking for the finished garment. . - -$16.50- , Worth up to $22.50 .V Coats for motorjngr, for outing, for afteruoou and ; very dressy wear, go to make up this splendid lot which includes the greater portion of our mediiim-: , priced lines at savings pt about one-third regular ..; � values, - . . Finest serges anl .whipcords in greys, navy, black and tan and lovely tweed mixtures, and coverts, in � light and. medium colors, to go with C"! C Ef) any color dress ;all exceptional values ^ 8 OavU -S25,00~ V " Values Worth Up to $35.00 Pretty novelty effects in neat and most wearable styles, as well as many plainer styles in p.xpenslve materials are included, such as shot coverts. Imported whipcords and rich heather mixtures. Very dressy and absolutely exclusive styles, shown only at'this store fn Lethbrldge, some with trimmings of brocaded silk so much in vogue this season. All of the highest order in fit flfl and tailor work ... . #�9aUU PHENOMENAL VAl,UE6 IN PRETTY MULL DRESSES S4.90 Values Worth up to $15.00 / This lot includes a special purchase of, a manufacturer's'sample line and the price we are asking.is way below^ wjiat you have ever paid for dresses ot like style ana 'character. � Made of tine mulls and marquisettes in colors sky, pink,, hello and white, "beautitully trimmed with tucking, lacoa, medallions, etc. PRETTIEST SILK DRESSES OF THE SEASON S22.50 Values Worth up to $32.50 Messaiines, Foulards, Shantungs, and Pongees, in a great variety of colors, plain and fancy designs; ail new and strictly up-to-date styles, made in tiie very best possible way, and shown in models of but one or two of a icind. Mid-season Ckan-up of Trimmed Hats AT SAVINGS YOU SELDOM MEET WITH Tliis season our jMiilinery section has "done itsi^lf proud" not only In the exceptionally attractive and becoming styles it has featured, but in varied and satisfying assortments and moderate prices as well. These prices are now greatly refluced for quick and decisive clearanoo and scores of -women will no doubt take advantage of this opportunity to own one of these attractive American, models at a big savings. ' , . Remarkable Values in Trimmed HaJ:s 1!)!?^^^'.�"*'� ^ SPLENDID VAniETY OF NEWEST AMERICAN MODELS, JUST ONE OF A KIND; WQRTH UR TO $6.50 th.iJnlf-.^^ffu" handling nothing but American goods trimmed by'experta In their line, of the famous Fisk and ptheit leading makes, and you can be e4 Jl I-assuredof everything correct o y u can ne ^g^^g Small, medium and. large Shapes, in very attractive and becomiuc stvles and a great Variety of newe.'it and best color flombinatione. ;*"�'' "ecommg swies ana a NEWEST READY-TO-WEAR HATS SI.45 LOVELY NEW TRIMMED HATS S6.90 Values Worth up to $3.50 All very neat and most becoming, just the kind of .a hat required for regular, street wear, shown in black, navy,.white burnt, fitc, large and small shapes, every . one new this season. Prices for this sale would 'warrant buying another for tlie season's wear, even if you had a full season's supply. � Values Woi'th iJp to $13,50 This lot Includes the entire stools of hats on show here, not Included in the other two lines and is without "a doubt the biggest value In trimmed hats ever: shown in tills ftlty. Fisk iiats and other American makes of a high order are Included in small, medium and large shape's with newest trimmings of flowers, feathers,'garnitures, etc. : : The Yardage Clearance Sale Continues Along with this mid-season general clean-up, mailing a conihinaltidn 1: sfitongest values ever presented to the women;o aiiddistricl;-'values? .j... . . that are incomparable and of such a character as tO'm'ake this store* a hive of V; busy shoppers, lust as long as quantities last. We give the details briefly. Tiiey are worth Bpecially careful reading and the constant keeping in mind of the fact that we are determined on absoliite clearance of aU piece goods and prices are marked accordingly. ' What g^^c J^uys , l-^l 12% , Vi'^lues in towel,: i;^jigs','linens, shirtings, ilan-pipjet^tes, wrappcrettes, lawns w oreiiQnnee, etc. |Xu|^|;^^^-arue8 in Oxford: IxirUpgsV waaji- suiting, 'gal-^: (|j�qcMBj;cptton .towelling, Ifpl-|j^^e;tJtl^im'isIetjt8B,'etc. - What 11c Buys All liic values In cottons, cambrics, long cloths, mulls, flannelettes, towelling, waah suiting's, galateas, etc. What 17V2G Buys All: �(30 values in cotton : voiles, wash suitings, gala-teas, oxfords, vesfclng's, art sateens, dcDira^. curtain muslins, etj. > What 10c Buys Best luc qualities in English prints and Scotch Ginghams, light, . medium and: dark colors; all washable. What 10c Buys Fine Swiss Embroideries, .wortliup to 25o per yard. In edgings, strappings, and in-' sertlons, ranging up to 8 In, wide, . JEIalf Price . For all trimmings in silk .and beaded: strappings, band-:i:i'ngB, appjlques, etc.., Third OjH , On all gulppures, and all-over laces. In black, white, cream and all colors, as well as gilt and sliver all'ovors. larkM & co. What 22c Buys AU 36c values In cotton voiles, muslins, wash suitings, art sateens, curtain muslins, cotton bedfords, elc. What 40c Buys All 6Bc and 75c values in wool dres0 goods in Snesi voUea, , cashmeres, serges, plaids, wool tartetos; etc. What 38c Buys :, All 65c values In finest cotton voiles, sUk and linen mixture suitings, bordered ratines, �Swiss raualinB and Berford cords. * -,; What 60c Buys All ?1.00 valued 111 fiUiSSt ratine suitings and cotton and silk voUes, as well as pll wool dross goods )n.,panai9�sA serges,' voiles, tweeds, etc'.; ' m ;