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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUOUST 1, 1915 T H K 1, ET H 13IU D C E DAILY HERALD I'AGE F1YK CLARKE'S SIXTH ANNIVERSARY SALE A SPENDID FINISH TO SPLENDID SALE The Last Three Days Thursday, Friday, Saturday woinJ-n nro good, judges of real v.-iln... and liuvr l.n-n quick to pmlif- by the .-x Ii-Pinolv low prices pivvailiiiir lliroiighout nvery of store, siipj. most lihorally nnd lli'is I In- most: AiniivPi-s.-ii-y Sale ever held by llns stoiv. VII llu-sc siHM-ial prices will conlinnc up Hie dosing hour on Kadn-ilny nipht, with 'many new lines specially .selected lor (he last three dnys (o insure :i splendid finish (o a splendid sale._____________________________________ Ottawa, his ersl- while colleagues- anil supporters are Vn-inae your home duties so that you can be here nnd shop in (lie cool hours of the nioni- inif if at all possible. Read carefully every item listed on (his pape for prices arc far lower (hau have ever featured before, and merchandise is all of standard quality and shown in g-ood assortments, :_______________________________ Great Half-Price Clean-up of Ready-to-Wear FINEST GARMENTS OF THE SEASON GOING AT WONDERFULLY LITTLE PRICES. This Three-Day Half Price Sale applies to our entire' flE_ IT ICC ll atocks of Summer Dresses from up; Cloth, Silk and Evening Dresses of every description: Suits and Coats of the finest grades without any reserve whatever We're following closely our fixed rule of selling all garments during the season for which they were bought.'and such'prices will bring the desired results. Anniversary Bargains in all Yard Goods Read the list pricss1 tell the story. ART SATEENS Worth Up to 53c CURTAIN SCRIMS Worth up to 30c TABLE DAMASK Regular value _40 IN. APRON GINGHAM Regular 25c value TURKISH TOWELLING Regular 25c___.......... HEAVY SHEETING Worth up to.60c......... WASH VOILES Worth up to WHITE COTTON Regular 25c value 19c me 65c 14c 14c 43c 48c 17ic MOREEN SKIRTING Regular 65c value DRESS GOODS Regular value. Anniversary Sale of Hosiery. Underwear Finest Grades of Summer Lines all included at Bargain Prices. LADIES' UNION SUITS Worth up to 75c CHILDREN'S VESTS AND DRAWERS worth up to 35c CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS: regular 50c value BOYS' COTTON JERSEYS Regular 35c value LADIES' VESTS Up to 75c CHILDREN'S HOSE Worth up to 35c LADIES' SILK LISLE HOSE; worth up to 60c.. BEST SILK HOSE Worth up to 51.50 BOYS' DOUBLE LEG HOSE; regular 35c value. CHILDREN'S SOX Up to 35c values EXTRA A SPECIALLY LINE OF POPLIN SILK ft if! VALUE FOR............V. I I This is the new and mOBt favored silk for fall color, 'being- spec- iallv suited to the new sijie garments. Just to land, this -week by express and shown for the Brat time tomorrow. Come> In full good width, beautiful quality. Colors white, black, brown, blue, Rusiian, pink, ff 1C Wonderful vslue I I W EXTRA FINEST GRADE VIYELLA FLANNELS N A COMPLETE NEW ASSORT- CCm This is the only line of wool goods that will he sold this season at the old price, made possible 'by an early purchase oC this lovel> range before the advance was announced. Beautiful materials for waists, pyjamas, children's wear and ladies' dresses, 32 inches wide, washable and unshrinkable, shown in a great range of colors and designs Great Anniversary Sale of Cnrsets and Brassieres Every line in the store included without reserve. Anniversary Corset Sale All lines up to -Vnnivcrsary Corset Sale 51.79 All lines up to Anniversary Corset Sale S2.98 Al! La Diva Models up to Anniversary Corset Sale ss.oo All High Grade Models up to Great Whitewear bargains at the Anniversary Sale Skirts, Gowns, Corset Covers, Princess Slips, Drawers, etc., all included without reserve. Skirls, Gowns and Princess Slips S1.S8 Worth up to 52.50 Skirts, Gowns and Princess Slips Ail our regular values Skirts. Gowns and Princess Slips S3.35 All our regular values Corset Cover Special 65c All our regular values Greatest Opportunity to Save Most Remarkable Embroidery Bargains Under- skirt Sale 20% BK> SELECTIONS AT HALF PRICE AND LESS Edgings. Insertions and Headings in widths up to S and 10 inches; worth up to 20c. Kinioiiii Sale Third Off 45 -INCH handsome designs- llejillar S1.50 and ?1.65 FINEST CORSET tine Swiss goods. Regular 45c to Clarke's Sixth Anniversary Oale TELEPHONE 606 1HE FUILY "Froit-a-tives" is the Standby in This Ontario Home SCOTLAND, Ont., 25th. '913, l( v was a martyr (o Constipation, tried every thing on th'o calendar without satisfaction, uml .Miss MoIliR of Mat'lcod. is sums of money, until we! happoncd on visiting her aunt, Mis. L. d. 'Kruit-a-tivcs'. We havu usodit in tho Miss Fuller nl How Island, is visit- ing Miss Ktlir-l Harding and Miss Mr. and Mrs. -J- have moved from 3 Ml (ftli Avo, A. S. to ;ilO 7th Avc. A, S. Mr. and Mrs. H. Uryinner leave Mrs, K. T. MrymiuT cnU-rt-iiinrd in- form uliy ni I'nit'lu'on today in honor Df Miss uf Toronto. family for about two years, an would not use any thin tr Rise as long wo con got "Friiit-a-tivt's." .LTV. JUMMOXD. "FKUIT-A-TTVKS" is made from fruit juices and mild in pleasant in taste. 50e. a box, G for trial size At dealers or Ull of prica u-hilc mut supporters arc Ilic an by Frmt.a-Uves Limited, Ottawa. in-tun, to the and spmls o p with Mrii, ullico, Sir Itoiiinnnil lloblm is Ul i----------------------------------------------- olhce, Sir Kodmoml lionim is the maortening crowd, dnvingl the liny mower and walching thoj cows milked at eventide on th'; collectors foi systematic stead in Prince Kdv.'ard County, ?ev- day when the Daughters of the Um- pire, their husbands and friends of the llatu-ry undertook to place i stead in Prince Kdv.'ard County, church will meet tomorrow! the Point in a condition that would 'en miles east in" lyton. The ex-pre-: school room oi the! he a credit to the mm who arc scrv- mier lias returned to the scenes of his i church ;lt :j n'dock. i ing tlieir kins; and country. The men i boyhood on Ills father's farm, lie j brought thciV garden tools which renewing Ijis youth and used to good advantage, hoeing renewing Ins youtti aim loigt mug i uicy usm ------e- far ;is possible Hie last lew years of j Mr. jmd Mrs. .1. Higinnotham raking the ground ami 3lanitob.ii politics and the cares of: aml family an- leaving today for j staking Ihe trees. AfMr supper, which precarious otlicc. lie is taking only a( Sylvan Lake, near lied Deer, where j was eatcn picnic slyle, the ladies long distance and somewhat cynical j they have taken a cottage, j bringing tlie baskets, the Hag was i raised by .Mrs. Veber, the donor, i alter w'hich "Clod Save the Kins" interest ill the cljorts of Sir James j Aitkins and linn. Robert Rogers toj j brine the stnnii-beaten parly ship! Mr. Marcus has i was su hearty cheers i back into harbor again. He is moroihis lirst year at lhc king, the empire and interested in lhc harvesting of NnrtliMCstfrn Dental tol.cfie, tin-, boys at Ihe iront. bumper crop on the old farm, in fact, caiio. his inlcrcfcl in rural life and aRricul- t n tural pursuits lias been so active that Miss tohbledick, ol the stall oi; last week he overtaxed himself in the! Stanslead. ollese. is spcml- hav harvesting, and in consequence; ing her vacation with her parents for a couple of days lie was undtr I Rev. G. H. and Mrs. Cobhlcdick. j doctors' care. A consultation oi two Word has been received in the city right i of the safe arrival in Kngland MRS. LYON'S ACHES AND FAINS to the .strain of hay. 1! Alining the neighbors if is rcpork-u [I that Sir Kodmond is cheerfully sister. .Mrs. A. Tay- Swith active politics, aud is ruminat-! leave the cx-prcmicr'would be all right i of the safe arrival in Kngland oil again after a few days' rest and mas-: Rev. Arthur Swayne, Hiss Swayne, All Gone Since Taking saning of the muscles, imacciistonicd Miss West and Rev. G. Wilkinson. n- i i t i Lydia E. Veg- who has been the -etable Compound, A. for Conrad, j Terre Hill, permit me to give you my testimonial in favor of Lydia E. Pinkham's ing on the vanity oi thmgstin gcner-j al. It is even 'liinted that he is now tomorrow faking a kindly' iiHe'rest in the cies and statesmanship 01 liis erst- while political" 'leader, Sir Wilfrid 'j Laiu'ier, ;iml might' possibly return to the fold heart has always been." Mrs. K. S. Jack.sim, and her little daughter Isabel. left- last evening on Alberta Has Big Crop'of Potatoes Alberta is hai'-vestinp; a luiniptr crop an extended vjsil, In her Out. A special service of intercpssion' atid prayer to commemorate the an- niversary of ihe British Empire into the Great War will he held at at. Cyprian's Church at S o'clock this evening. The. choir are asked to he in their placet1, as usua'i. Medicine Ilat News: Mr. 0. oi potatoes this year! In the north! Austin, city editor oi tiie News, whc tlie crop is not. so. jar advanced as injhas been in the east for several the south, and the harvesting isj months, returned to Medicine hardly under way yet. In the south j this morning. .Mrs. Austin wi potatoes have been dug from occa-j niain in the east for some tfme loug- tional. fields for over a month, butter, operations in the larger, fu'.ils Vegetable Com- pound. When I first began taking it I was suffering from female troubles for some time and had almost all kinds of in low- er part of back and in sides, and press- ing down pains. I could not sleep and had no appetite. Since -I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound the aches and pains are all gone al i and I feel like a new woman. I cannot praise your medicine too highly. AUGUSTUS LYON, Terra Hill, Pa. operations in llw larger naus are; It is true that natare and a wormm's just commencing. The crop is heavier! The engaficnu-rit is announced oi' work haa produced the grandest remeay Uian'last year and the acreage also Margaret Donaldson, third daughter. for woman's ills that the world nas is crcaler." In some localities consid- Of Mr. Samuel Donaldson, Prince Al- ever known. From the roots ana pounded, and today Lydia E. Pinkham's riiiiis which jvasli off the poison be- j fore it has a chanre to do much good. As the size of' the potato crop de- pends largely cm the care given the i plants during the early months of its i growth, it is necessary to tind some way of keeping the bugs in control. In "order to overcome the difficulty of Paris Green being washed ofi by rain, the followinc; suggestion from the Do- minion De.partment of Horticulture may he tried out successfully A mixture of S ounces of Paris Green and U pounds of Arsenate of lead to -10 gallons of water has been found the .host formula. The object of t-he mixture of fhn two poisons is south, tonight. The hand will be in HU. In the Pinkham laboratory Lynn, sou, tong. e an w n e n attendance and a good program will i MEM., fl'es containing hundreds of he given. The entire proceeds o[ the thousandi of letters from women seek- allait will he giren to the 'local relief fund. The toliowins is the report oi the Travellers' Aid for ihe month of July Trains met people assisted 03, pf whom H u-ere young girls. Posi- tions found for 3 girls. ing of them openly over their own nignatnrM that regained their health by taking E. Psnkham's Vegetable Compound; and in tome cue; that it baa nradtbim from aureical operatiouu t-he mixture of fhn two posons tounti tor gins. that the Paris Oreen kills quickly but! .Conductor of westbound morning washes ofi readily, whereas the Ar-j train put young girl of ten years in senate of lead, though killing less care of Travellers' .Aid and asked her promptly adheres weM to the foliage ;tp put the child" on the Coutts train, even in a wet in cari1 of the conductor of the train. i Woman from Champion phoned thej Travellers' AitJ to take charse 2COO TIMES ACROSS OCEAN New York, Aug. Having completed of 1000 (rijts across the Atlantic ocean, and travelled altogether, he estimates, ah- uut miles. Howard >E. Hin- s'iey. purser of the St. Louis, has de- cided he has had eno.ugh of the sea. When the ship, which arrived here yesterday, returns to Liverpool, Kin- sley will retire, lie is 60 years old. WOMEN FOR U.S. SENATE AtchUon, Kan., Aug. E. K. B.urns, superintendent of the state orphan home here, announced today 1 that she would hecome a candidate for United States Senator from Kan- sas in 1916. "I will oupose Mrs. Lillian Mitcll- ner, who has already announced her said Mrs. Burns. COD FISH TO BE SCARCE SI. Johns, N.B., Aug. cod fishery along the entire Labrador coast has been a total failure so far this season, according to a wireless received today from" the Labrador mail steamer Saglnavr.- which is now In the north. She reports that there is little chance for a catch during August and September. ,J- Jfr ENTERTAIN SIR ROBERT London, Aug. Sir Robert Bordcn will he entertained at lunch here Friday by the Can- adian clllh. This will he the first function pf the club since the war. began. ____________ Otj. young girl coming into the city on t x 'inightniEht train. Took, her to POPULARITY Means a Handsome SADDLE HORSE. Are You the Most Popular Lady In the City! the night and put her on the train going through Champion t day. M. K. Cameron, Travellers' Aid. Battery Point, Henderson Park, IS HE AT THE OBPHETJM Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You are Invited to try Blue Ribbon pure food products en- tirely at our ritk. We guaran- tee them to be absolutely pure and to give every' satisfaction. If you arc disappointed, in .any way bring them back to the store and have your money re- funded. ;