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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1914 THE LETHCRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. THE LADIES'STORE Pbne 453 Acadta Block The Mid-Season Sale Continues Every Day This Week V With move enthusiasm, greater activity'ami bigger saving'Impositions than ever. Scores of Social Sale' conveniently disjjlaj't-d couplets and tables, each cue bearing a price llcket telling a stoiy ol Utiuauil savings In the-roost v.anlei hinda of Staples and Wash Dress Goods and Silks, Hosiery aad Gloved, Corsets, UmJenvtar, etc.. that yon need rlfibt now for present [n addition to these our complete stock of SulU and Coats, Skirts. etc., ace on for this mid reason clean-up at prices bordetlng on manufac- turers" Make yoyr early this week and get your share of tho good things going. MILADI Coat Sale Worth J17.50, 520.00 end Suit Sale Worth 527.50 and 535.00. WASH GOODS Worth upto35c FINEST CREPES Worth up to .45e SILK SALE Worth up to 51.50 HOSIERY SALE Worth up to S5c HOSIERY SALE Regular 35c WAIST SALE Worth up to Skirt Sale Worth 58.50 and Dress Sale 913.50, 923.00 Worth ?27.SO and (iOD IS XKAU i-Lild. In the iu (pat- Cams ihe thought ai suoihitig God is near. Oltca in life's. When ilif hours and days aredreat, Dawns the coniforl to mj- God is near. So, when liTe draws to its close, May we liolJ uo iturjjht ol feat Knowing through hour Ooil is near. Auslin Hostesses tomorrow; Mrs. Charles MTE. A. C. SaumH-ra. 12U Seventh avenuo South, when Saunder and Miss of California "-1 rccelk'ei with the hos'.c-ss. Mm. R. B. firfihh and Mrs. iDr.) Robertson, at tbe liomu of the form tr, Glerelg Towi-r; Kotli for the last iirne this season. Mrs. Hastings of Wtnnli-eg ]f 'yuest iv lib Mre. J. U. >S( ore Lost ATal- liable Con- tractors arc Busy Cardstou, Alia., April lot of HlUc smokes' about town on nssdaj- testified that some of Cards-1 ton's citizens-at :lPast had taken the Mayor's proclamation oi clean up day: seriously.' "And Ihe town is showing the result. True, the piles oi dirt deposited ou the streets for. the town's learns to haul to the nuis- ance ground taken very promptly, but they find their wny out of the limits soon. The next big. day, for be the civic-imptovemtnt day suggested the patent's class of tbu Mormon chinch; The main thoroughfare ol ihc Temple City will be ami lev- elled from the Main strcet'brirtge to the C. J'. H. station. This will mean about siv Mocks tliat will be put right. How will the council be able lo thank Ihe "parent's class for sug- gesting a jemertj1 none too re- srcctabic" state'or aiiaVrs' on Cards' tcij's streets.' Tlie shortcuts have always been classed among the advantages of liv- ing in new towns. Cardston has had its share, but they are rapidly- ital, was recovered to ctura home yeatc-nlay. Mre. (Dr.) Carr.jjlei! and daughter, Fean, are leaving shortly to spend he 'summer at-Vancoisver and other coast rointB. T Pentlsnd Llndfey, oF the Barracks ,wiH bc-'u. bridge hoatcss to- morrow for Mrs. Hastings, who is with "J; O. Wilson. Rev. A- G.-and Mrs: Cameron arc tTie" officers and Le-achers of Sun day1 school on Thursday evening1 at the M ;ben to a certaliV'extent buiinecs and 5eSEure vlll be' combined. the who Xora Niblcck, was the niison d'etre of a hanpy so- cial evening1 nt the home of Miss Mar- garet Mitchell, First on Fri- day'evening. guests enjoyed a game of whist tiie first part of iho evening, and spent the' remainder ol lime In. Medicine Hat AN INTERESTING LIST OF SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY 3ic Yards oi1 Tarclmn Lace Clearing Tuesday at A big' sMyicenl of Turchon Laceb ill an aB--orimenl of pretty designs varrius In wldlii frcm 2 to 4 incbes. .-Vli trice Tuesday Ladies' and Misses' Rain Coats; Values Misses' aad Kata opened tf.k TJiis is one of our nevvfst stylos with P.agSan sleeves. Comes iu two shades, brown atid tsreeo. from IU to IS and Ladles' CC sizes. Tuesday and Childrai'K Coals Just in and Helling Tuesday a( For children, ases from 6 to 3? sinari, new sprint; ccats. One etyle is In French navy serge with cadet cellar and cadet cuffs. Also a few reefers in cream f" serge; values to Tuesday Do you need a few Odd Plates! Great Values here Tuesday Ctee line of plates wa are clearing out. Dainty blue conventional design In Knsllsh Porcelain': BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES Regular 93c. Per dozen TEA Uegular 51.10. Per dozen.......... BREAKFAST Regular JlJiO. Per dozen DINNER Regular Per dozen SOUP Regular Per doien OATMEAL Regular J1.10. Per dozen 57c 69c 79c 79c 69c 69c Qf% Men! Hang one of tliese Coats over your ann And Let 'ei1 Kaiu Last ivoek's rain was a foieniuner or what in store for- us.. IJuy one of these ilaln Proofs and DP ready for It. .Men's Parametta Cloth Coats, absolutely full leasti, all flss Gertrude The junior elocution content, under he auspices of Willard (J. T. U-, vhich was such a success in ninster church last will be rc- Wesley Hal! on Thursday iicning, without the elocutionist, who won. tbj last week. An- other medal will be awarded. A preparatory service will be held a Wesley church on Wednesday cven- ng at 8 oxloclc. :AII purposing un- ting with the church next Sunday, when the sacrament of the Lord's Supper' will be dispensed at fcolh the 'Church o( Kngland.-is alioul In tlgu his Fork here and return Kngland. Mr. Mowal la mo of piercers in Anglican Missions in the south coimlry and for several years Archliisiiop'u Koullicin Alhcrta': WashlnjUin, ropcan it I was leirned pessimhllc 'if'. tlis meiiia- to firm proposals hy the jguverntncnts' with the Mission has hcen under his charge. It is reported that, he is to Icavo In thont a time. -The Cardston Ctjal and Coke com- pany, owr.eis of n mine that produc- es a fair grade ol eoal, aic anxious to supply Cardston with electrical juire down -by- wire.'.The -iifra is a (ood one, hut the Ikrafd scriho is Informed hy an' official of the lonn who knows, Hint' the pftcr is loo high. The town, he now pro- While. Hie action of Great Britain, GermHuy and Frnr.ce in urging Huer- ta In accept the- gootl offices profier- idiby Ilraztl, Chile and Argentina, has had p.n encouraging effect upon o.TUiah htre, thtrc arc. few who be- lieve that success can eventuate Irom the undertakings. At 3 oVloclf, wagma anil Ministers anil Kaon end- ed a frolractcd conlcrencc fu- ture procedure In Ihe mediation pro- posals. Though no, announcement was made, it was reported that no ilitcH plan for the next move had bctn Washington. C., April 27.-The JauancE6 ambassador today got from Secretary biyan permission iot tlis Jaftanfse who -arc in McJko wno wish to leave thai counlif .-to fir.d temporary refuge In the Unitfd duclrg its own pootr for less than.States. 11 will to .half nhal the company asked: Two suspend fhc operation of the'Imml- energy. The mine Is the oM i.Mvitt I.clhbririge men have a controlling in-: laws in order to permit of mine up's CtfcV and it Is pro- posed by Ifi'c company to huild the .IH jaijio an.rt Kfid lercsl In Ilir hut llicrc is a tlic entry ol tktsc Jap'.iifesc. who arc oil the 1'aclAc const ol gOofl, groom. Tho has recently re- aideil at Oragsy Lake. -Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherbnrne will make their home In tils city. and The Confirmation class of St. Au- guslin's church will meet this even in-. V 4 Mrs. A. -I. Irving will address Wt.sttntastcr (iiiild ol1 Knos churcf Icnijlit on "The- li'jthcnians in Can arta." St. w. A. will meet usual at three-thirty tomorrow alter noon. All belies of (he coagrcgallon cordially invilctl. -t i Wfslcy J.atlies1 AM will meet at o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, when a large attendance- is requested. nntl'. Cntrent Event section pf Hie Mathesls club will mt'et promptly at-three o clock to morrow aflcrnaou with Charles morning and cvening'services are spe.- cialiy asVed to be present. Mr. M. U. Ityan, Superinteadent oi Missions of the Christian'Church of Alberta, will conduct a Bible Insti- tute at the.Caledonian Hall on Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday even- ings of this .Tte.three acidress- fs to be given will be as 'follows "The Lar.di and Ihe "Some Great Days in-.the Life ol New and the Now Testament illustrated by charts and maps. To all Sunday school workers who are studying tie Life of Christ as set .forth in the uniform lessons; for, this year, these lectures will be of special interest; All tho workers _ of-the .city.-arc. in- vited to enjoy them. Rev. A. O. Canierbn, raoaerafor ol Presbytery, will preside and induct (.he ilcv. J. H. at Grassy Lake at S o'clock tomorrow evening. Rev. A..C. Bryan will Rev. F. W. Mahaffy, of Taber, will ad, dress tho people, and Rev: J. T.' Fer- guson, superintendent pi Home Mis- s, will address the- minister. OPENING 'UP A GREAT. COUNTRV Edmonton, Eighty tiouiioil acres of agrleultunl lauds, irituatei In the valley ot.ibe Ecuth'forfc of tha Fraser river alohc ttn Grand Tniak Pacific, railway, '456 of Ed- monton, will be opened to 'pre-emp- tion on June 1 15, irhen en may tx> made at .the' office of government agftit at UoBrioW and Fort George. The reserve creels ed In 1947. The ralley li from to two mi lea in n-ldtb at Jaone, five miles in width. fully ten miles in widti! Trfftr river canyon. lltitade ti JJM feet above an level. Gornnment for recortf say the bxcd 1< mixed farming and llro fttoek of the lut Is covered vtsi tfnj- ber. Prospective have to. Edmonton from various at the United States and Canada to Joia the Uirong fn lie roih for lard, which valued at from to 'aft MAP AS AN AID TO DEVELOPMENTS IN MEXICO In the .war bolt, between Mexico City aml'Ytra Cnt. Fifteen miles out of Vera Cruz at cnllc< Tajfria, General Mnas has statloncl Ihe Mexican troops. .At a llfurUicr-wcsl In slallvD, about 150 .Vera .Crjiz, bersi'l ;