Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY RKRALP TilURSOAY, AVRIL 23, 191-i FnjavAnd Saturday Economies Wonderful values "throughout the entire Store beckon you here on fax two days. All new merchandise at prices worthy of attention The Dry Goods Colored Pongee Silks The similes :iiv liillil blue. ami black, liue quality 27 indi wiillli, New Plaid Silks A heavy Plniil Tiirliin, 3U wiillli silk, suitable Irim- mini! purposes, [icr yard. Dolly Varden 'Pongee' A natural "Pongee" tlie naw floral designs in light black iinil 27 inch width. Per yard Messalines In plain shades of navy, brown, luii, Copenhagen or jmrple. _g5 30 iui'li vidlli. Per yard.. Section Offers New Kimona Crepes Three blue i-uutbinatious. Wuc with Ian design, bltii- with mauve design, blue with green design. '20 ggg inch per Plain Crepes Japanese Civpes in plain colorings, while. Ian. liglil blue, navy. and i-eil, inch width, yard.. Kindergarten Cloths for the Boys A splendid Galalra guaranteed lo wear, narrow stripe iialtern iu navy, light blue or tan shades, 2'J inch per yard Warm weather just ahead how about Shoes? Shoe Bargains for the Men Friday and Saturday MEN'S RUSSIA CALF BLUCHER OX- FORDS Mutton or lace style, Lloofc tw; assorted snaiics. QC MEN'S PATENT BLUCHER Xeat shoos, for dress occasions g4 Jjj 55.J5 values MEN'S GUN METAL nunlcla the latest tri ffO QK "hre [aslilcuj (or men. values MEN'S BUTTON Ano'.iicr new model, medium loo, sun metal If A CC ff lUissia Calf, values S.. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL C-.) JW. SOOTS MISSES' PATENT SLIPPERS MISSES' GUN METAL SHOES BOYS' STRONG IX (X) SHOES S2.75 QQ CLARKE GO. THE LADIES'STORE Phone 453 Aeadia Block Clarke's Mid-Season Sale The premier bill-gain m-ut of (lie entire year olTerinj? must substantial propositions throughout our entire si ode til' Suits ami Coiil.s. Skirts and Dresses. Kimonas ant! l-u- dcrskirts, uml Waists, Corsets ami I'lKlei'wt-ar, Hosiery and (ilov'os, Neckwear and Veilings, Wash (iuoils and Staples. Dress Goods and .Silks, Hand Hags, Kmln'tiid- -s, Millinery, dr. COAT SALE 57.50 Worth up to 518.50 COAT SALE S9.75 Worth up to S20.00 COAT SALE S13.50 Worth up to ?20.00 DRESS GOODS SALE 45c Worth up to T5o SILK SALE 75c Worth up to I SILK SALE S1.15 Worth up to HOSIERY SALE 35c Regular 50c Values HOSIERY SALE Regular 35c Values SILK HOSE 55c Regular St.OO Valuo Friday and Saturday See Ladies' Suits and Coats, the Season's Latest Models, Greatly Reduced NEAT TAILORED SUITS for ile ,110 ptain tuodets, W> for... -isU, kitnona XEW KIMOXA SLEEVE MODELS- g'jS.OO sll'wc iiniS''Cl1 -SO Peg top Skirls, for SUIT SALE 7K Worth up to I I 3 SUIT SALE C1 7 CO Worth up to 9 I SUIT SALE CO7 Cft Worth up to I WASH GOODS SALE Worth up to 30o..... WASH GOODS SALE Wortll up to 40c WASH GOODS SALE Worth up to BOc...... WAIST SALE Worth up to I 1 0 ..5c EMBROIDERY SAU Worth up to 15c MILLINERY SALE 7K I W Worth up to Scores Of, Other Equally Attractive Values Await Your Early Selection 52.00 for Week End in Our Grocery Department _ 'Tomorrow we expect fresh shipments of 81 mvlK-rries, BnuniinsfGrapc Kruit, Oranges, Lettuce Or.li-r your week-cud i GOODS Pears, 2's. 2 tins Tor........... Lawtbnlii'i'ries, 2's, 2 tins fur Cherries, '2's, lins for 0reengage Plums. 2's, 3 lins fur EXTRA Hums, wiiole, per pound...... Hams, liiilf, jiei- pound........ French Peas, per tin SPECIALS IX OUR SEED DEPARTMENT Sunflower Seed, (Mammoth Russian) per pound... Scarlet lUiiincrrsrans, 35c 'English BroSirBeans, per pound LAWN GRASS Spi-t-iiil in bulk, per In one pound Bhu- doctor's pica fui the training ot tlie I all tills, bill his excellent training at liand as well as Ihc head was a pup- Toionto, coupled with liard jular suggestion as shown in tlicj placed him in a position ln-arlv auplaiise given tlie speaker, riilirulc would lie lenotaiKT. Tlic iiucslioii oi technical tjaration Dr. Kletrlirr returns lie v.ill laKo llic vas a comparatively nciv thing in urai-lice tonr.erly lidd by Dr. J. K. but thf department felt that jAin-w, ol Tardston, and "'do leit lic'proVincc liad arrived at a star.e some linie ago for Oiijario, where he n its development sucli suh- ects should lie added to the school courses. Dr. Miller is a man tlior- ougliiy acquainted with the sulject. and the authorities have displayed Kood judgment in entrusting hint today, in lovvn. The elevators and vitli this 'in-portant- crar.ch ol.educa- the lillison Milling company liavi-a t tlonal work in Itc province u( Alter, a bushel, althoiiRli Mr. (Ireer, lias ta niomised a ear somefjii'.D this will permanently1 re'sido. fanners in the Magralli ilislrlct ace espetiecrfnii much difficulty in obtaining ;uHicient seed wheat u> their isnil. Nut n busln-1 can he had CHOIR FOR CONGRESS Professor Newton Gives Assurance That He Will Take One Hundred Voices lo Calgary If Wanted CARDSTON SCHOOL WORRIES Not So Bad But That They Might B; Worse Teachers Getting Paid '.Cardston, Alia., April is no secret tliat Cardslon's Board of Edu- cation is in tlnaneial trouble. If there is any bright plate in the diffi- culty, it is probably in the fact ilia; the Temple City is not nearly, aa bad- ly off as the '.'Sugar" and "Garden" cities farther north on Ibc Cardston branch. Of coarse, the teachers have not been -tiling paid, but most of them are bHt >ear's staff and used to I not paid. A strange thing II (that they corae back :o Cartslon. even when there are jobs for all of then elsewhere. Matters are ab- out adjustfd now, however, and i money due 111" will be paid, land their trouV.es eased up. Jobn has invcMisated tlie fUuation, acrl finds difficulties than were anticipated EMPEROS FRANCIS NOT SO WELL TODAY Vienna, April condition ol Emperor Francis jDECrli was nit so misfaclory today. Tho pbyslcian's tralletln said: "His rest last nigtit was diMjrned liy (its of cousMas- ThB catarrhal symptoms showed no signs ot abatenientl but tbe patlenL'3 jtrensth and aprtetite were tory." t c whereas he- was a student at Alberta. ______ Royal College of Dental BOND Toronto, for his first three, years. It CANADIAN. BUNU is not always an agreeable experi- ence lor-a student from a Canadian t'anlslon, Alia., April sor S..S. Xewtcn. leader of the noted Congress I'hoir, is vexed al R letter, which aHieurcil in n Cilgary liaptr, Etgneil by Evan Iluunell. lo stt Ihc exuulive of tlm ronjress wise on ,Uic maltrr of ccliug'lls choir for the Congress in hat clly next Octpuer. Mr. H-.innt'.l evidently believes that Mr. Newton is Lot able to ijrodui-e the hundred voices he lias offered for next Octo- ber. -In rculy to Mr. Mr. Neivton thartjes that'tlie" Intorniatioii lie has given out is false, and caino from soir.e one In Cardslon. .AH the Cards'ton inu's'it master wants .is n chance to produce the goods, and .1 choir tiiual or tupyrior to that -which pcrlor'ined nt the Congress will lako the ami show the fcorile.of Ilic n'orili wh'ii south can produce if given the oiipoilunity. ISSUES ON LONDON MARKET erce lor-a student irom a issues student ami teacher for a time." Winnipeg ?i permluin. ,ind Haltfos Mr. Klctcher says he went through 1 CHARLESTON MINERS' STRIKE Cliarleston. Va., April hunilreil miners' emiildyc-rt In thn mines of the.Four Stales Coal Co.. at Dorothy, struck becanso the mine superintendent did uot-at- teui! the wage conference at'Charlo.'- ton. Dorothy is in lim Cabin'Creek dislriei. THE FOOT TOGGERY Friday and Saturday Special Children's Oxfords and Ankle Strap from 4 to 10 1-2, for Women's Pumps and Ox-. fords, regular and for Extension ol District Met by a Storm Protests Limits of Hosiery for Women and Children 20% m'v for !tll kinds, Cotton IIIK] J. NelsoB Co. Sherlock Bik. 620-3rd Ave. MagratM A pi I.I anno-jr.ct meat in these columns reccntlr lliat Mngrath loun council v.crc in- stituting plans ior the extension ol tl.c sctinol district to meet the fman; clal hurden of tlie current year tre- ated a blhim of protestations from the larniers in the' soutlicrn portion nt the district. So incensed hue they lifromc OVM the matter thai llicv are drafting n pflition lo the govrrnr.-.cnt at Kdnwnlon asWng thai a fire; school district lie lurm- C'l i: that section of country it is propowd will comprisi.' part of the ailililional lanils intituled in tlie Ltiiii; asked lor hy the cal ct.ur.cil anil scliool hoard. It is -loiihtlnl whether they will suctcci! in liaving a district mated in that scitiun Ihe cl people ol idioul age would scjrcdy wairai.t it. Then again the policy ut Hie is more lor consoii- ilatlirn ol rather thaii the trc- latinti ol inaav rural schools, realix- UK as they 'lo tlial there is much In he jiairicd l.y rcnlralizing the scliuo fnrililiei. >iureoicr, the minister t. education has assnreil the Jlagratii toun council thai unless sorcc stronii, reasons were advanc- ed hy tl.c funnels and ranchers ton- in Ihc extension, the area Tvr.uld hf promptly added. It is ralli- ler to note that not one I u-ord has bctn hoard ol the formation ol a rural school in the southern part ol the. district until it became known lint the town tunlcniplatcd an exlrnsifo of hnundaiics. Then they got husy iinmrdialely. Interesting dc- are expected, Dr. Miller, Mitirrlnlcndcnt of tK-li- nical cil'icati.-.n in the ilepartincnl ol education, addressed a rcpresentalito iftithtTinK of lownspciivlc in the town I1 hall i fsifrday afternoon. The addrc-r.s wan attentively follovcd, .and the Sees Menace In White Bread The eminent scicnlisl-Prof. Le. Tulle, of Puris, vcccnlly iiiiit.i' a slulc- nicnl rctfinliiiH food condilions iu Krancc. U is even mono npplittihli: to llns country siiid: "France has changed an essenlinl of her nourishment. White bread is made more and morc'stnrchy, and is less and Jcss'.nourUriing, The rich prnrliicis which are exiracled go lo feed Ihc pigs. The baker now utiliy.es only fifty per cent, of the wheat elements, whereas lifly years ago lie utilized eighty- five per cent." The "rich products" referred to, whicli arc "extracted" from wlii-al. :nv mil elements-phosplinl. of pnlasli, iron, clo. Thcso clcninils uix- a y essential to proper nutrition of bo.ly, nerves an.l hrnin, >x-l llwy arc marly .ill llnwn out liy millers just lo niiiko Ilie Hour look while and prclly! The lack of these invaluable phosphates is one of the chief causes of nomins pii.s- tralion. dullness, liinsour, eunstipsilinii and other and little. Jn of Grape-Nuts FOOD s the "rich products" of wheat ami barley, from which [lie food is made, ar, n-lnini'd. A ration of Grnpt-Nuls is nol only a delicious of UK- meal, admir- ably supplies tlie mineral sails which the ordinary diel often lacks. "There's a Reason for Grape-Mute --sold (irem'.s everywhere. Canadian I'oslum Cereal Co., Windsor. Out.