Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
P'AGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1B18. AUGUST Sale of Summer Goods Everything Must Go THE LAST CALL The very lowest pricing for a final clearing of Muslins. White Un- der Muslins. Cotton Suitings. Silk Sweater Coats, Sun Shades. Outing Hals. Crepe Kiiuonas, Cream Serge Skirts. Corduroy Skirts, Hosiery. Kompers, Muslin Dresses and Children's 0ing- ham Dresses Look Over The Price List Below oOc Fancy Voiles 25c AH and yOc. widf. fancy cotton Voiles, good assortment of shades. Clearing at per yard 27 in. Muslins and Crepes 11 .Regular Me Fancy Crepes and Floral Muslins, in assorted colors and patterns. 1 -1 1 August clearing.....1 40 in. Mercerized Repp 45c Resulav 65c and idc goods, col- ors Belgian Blue. Sky. Hose, -and cream. August clearing, per yard Suitings, lite iU-gular 30e Cotton Suiting in Stripes. Make up nicely "for separate skirts. 34 inches in width, good weight. Looks like serge. 1 Q per yard............ A Final Clearing of All Summer Dresses AT ALMOST GIVE AWAY PRICES FANCY COLORED VOILE DRESSES tf f QA FANCY VOILE DRESSES. Clearing WHITE VOILE DRESSES. Clearing FANCY VOILE DRESSES. Clearing BLACK VOILE DRESSES. Clearing at >7 flfl I WHITE Teii only White 'Muslin Dresses Lace and Embroidery Trim- med, button at back. Sizes 34. 36, 3S. Clear- A A ing at each 50 Cent MUSLIN DRAWERS. Clearing at per pair 25 Cent CORSET COV- -1 n ERS. Clearing at, each IOC NIGHT GOWNS AA Clearing at Ipl.UU FINE NAINSOOK GOWNS. Clearing dj-l or VERY FINE CAMBRIC DRAWERS. I C Clearing at 91 10 51.15 GIRLS' WHITE CAMBRIC NIGHT GOWNS. Clearing at KIMON- dM OC AS. Clearing at and 0 of August. Instruction and Inspection The plan of the excursions bus been i changed, or rather expanded, this j year. Instead of being for one day, j the excursion extends over three j days and each day is to have a few lectures on practical subjects 'l addi-j tion to tho observation of tlie tarm., j live-stuck ami school j plots.. The lectures v.ill .include the! '.....feeding ami Invrdinp of lKc-j stock; live-stock ailments their i treatment, crops ami soil manage-. jmcut, weeds and weed seed identifier tion. the gasoline engine, poultry o.i the farm, dairying, houseliolil man- agement, cookery, laumlry. etc. The; first day will not likely IIR pivcu up to lecture work hut will wholly in- spcction. The second day will be en up with horses ami pasolliie en-j gines in the forenoon and weeds aud j cultural methods in ihe afternoon, j The tbird day will take up poultry, j veterinary work and cereal crops In j the forenoon, and live-stock and S dairying in the afternoon. Women's Work j In the ladies' department the lec- nires will be limited to hour in the morning, 11 to and another in ithp afternoon, -f to The rest of the time, 9 to 11, and 2 to 4, will be prac- tical demonstration in canning, cook- ing, sewing, cutting, home-nursing and care of infants, washing. Iron? ing, dry cleaning. The lectures will concent table service, household plan- ning and furnishing, household pests, water supply and-disposal'of waste. i The excursions. are intended to he more than an outing or visit. The department is using the gathering of the adult public at the farms to show the scientific basis of. farm and house- hold practice as well as to demon- strate improved practice. Claresholm Farm a Revelation It is expected that the chief at'trac: tion and benefit from the excursion will be the visit and inspection of the farm itself. The -farm is a concrete, THE LADIES' STORE CLARKE CO; Phone 453. AcadiaBlk. Saturday's Savings Are the Most Important Of the Sale The very things you juosl require 1'or present to !i hall' less tlinu regular. Items mentioned here are'only ;ui indication expect to find, throughout scores'of other lines of on sale here all day tomorrow. Children's Coals, All .Suits, Coats and 'Wash .Sunshades ami Boys' Dresses Wash Suits soiling at a quarter of.the saving's yon may seasonable merchandise Newest Neckwear, Silk ami! Cheeked Skirts and Hand Hags CREPE KIMONAS. Worth lip to 54 50. ALL. WASH SKIRTS 20 PER CENT. OFF. SILK AND LISLE GLOVES Worth up to 51-00 LONG SLIK LISLE GLOVES. 43c SLIK LISLE (jj-l AA S. up i WAISTS AT 20 PER CENT. OFF. NEWEST VOILE AND CREPE and turnips are just as good. Tho summer tallow is the most interest- ing held on the place. Three big horses are tearing it up for eight in- pretty good depth of reser- sub-surface packer stands right alongside. It is worth while shoving your heel down before and after as they -say. The dairy cows are helping to eat off the volunteer growth but more particularly the sheep and iambs. The lambs are stealing a last green bite in the way of the horses, mustard hy choice if-there is any, but grass, volunteer oats, or shepherd's going concern such as ibe farmer is j purse or whatever is going. These taken up with himself, and it is ex-i sheep and lambs are doing lots of: pected that most of the excursionists will be farmers and "their wives to a greater extent than 'it would he at a Sunday school nicnie. The crops nev- er looked as well on the Clareslioliii farm as they do. this .year, and the farm is in every way in beautiful; trim shape. Considerable, new fenc- ing has 'been built of heavy woven wire with corner and brace posts set to stay, the lanes are nicely graded and crowned, and are clear. of weeds; The young tree borders are carefully cultivated, and clean also. Manager Freng treats his trees on the lane sides and for windbreaks as a regu- lar crop for the first three years. The yards around the buildings are clean and clear of manure. The man- ure is not giving up its ammonia or leaching in year-old piles around the buildings. Farm Management Tho crops themselves are excellent. The rape patch will carry a ton of live hogs or sheep per acre, and was ready over a month ago. Fifteen acres of corn is even over the whole field and doesn't show a miss. Potatoes good and the lambs are gaining three-] quarters of a pound a day, worth 9 j or :10 cents a "pound. The oats and Marquis wheat are a sight. Two var- j ieties of peas are doing well and three j or four varieties of tame grasses with-j out a nurse crop. Alfalfa! Well, yes. in 30 inch rows, and the growth In each row is thirty inches wide and thirty-inches high. It-wilt be in the silo by this time, course. i Crop Rotation This sounds like giving ihe show away, but this is how it looked to the Herald man at the time of the weed convention last month. Here is a dry farm right between the two -irrigated areas that is of the most advanced a'nd modern type. Live-stock, is the chief concern, at least the final con- cern. There are about four classes of farmers in Alberta. There is the grain grower and seller; there is the grain and-hay grower and seller, the grain and hay and succulent feed and live- stock grower .who sells only live-stock Pale, Sallow Cheeks show that the blood is impoverished and that the stomach is not prop- erly assimilating its food, hi fact a woman's physical condition always shows in her face. Paleness, blotches, pimples, sallownessor dull eyes all Tel! the Need Of Bcechnm's Pills. Women who are subject to these conditions should not fail to avail themselves of their prompt and beneficial effect. Bcecham's Pills are Prepared to furnish the necessary relief. They clear the system of impurities, gently stimulate the liver, regulate the bowels and tone the system. Their mild and thorough action quickly rid the skin 6f blemishes, improve the circulation and help the digestion. Every woman should know the comfort, and experience the help of Prepared only hy Th Sold cTCrywherein Ci Occctiam, Si. Helens, Lancashire. England indaond U. S. America. In boxes, 25 cecti. r dairy produce; and then there is a fourth rather common arid representa- tive class entitled to respect chiefly on account of their class that: doesn't know what they are growing. This and study of ihe types of -farm enterprise is some- thing we must get after. Claresholm already seems tri have its rotation cultivated crops such as corn, roots, rape, alfalfa and summer fallow, hay and green feed 'and years in the series. The Claresholm farm ts n real live stock farm ou dry land. We expect the farmers to have the time of their lives on tho Claresholm excursion, with the summer-fallows, corn and falfa, siJos, rape, AlamMis wheat, Ban- ner oats, slicej> and dairy cattle, good power stock, clean farni-steadingS, and well worked out plan over ail. A meeting of wall known men rep- resenting all the overseas inaugurated a movement for a Lon- don memorial to the fallen Dominion- soldiers. Provision for a dominions cemetery in London for the inter mem of the of overseas men who 'die in Brigland is to be made; Prince Louis of Battenburg lias de- iigued a medal to 'commemorate the British achievements in the naval battle off Jutland. These are struck iu gold, silver, bronze and metal, and arc sold at prices ranging upward lijom one shilling. The money is for the aid of naval orphans. Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS 'A'M KIM MOPf FLIFS THAN, OF 4NY 1 v ATCHPR Cfean to handle'. .Sold by all Drug. firtc, Grocers Mid General "HELLO" GIRL IS HERflOFMFI Three sides of the room were In i flames. The desk and office furniturs were catching fire. A tongue of flame licked her arm and her shirtwaist commenced to 'burn. Only one way of escajie was left to her. She clam- bered through the already broken win- dow and fell. She and her family were saved. Haiieybury; Aug. an inner room in a building at Cochrane, when theXforest "tires s'wept down on the town sat a :girl named Jamieson. She was the telephone operator. Oalls were coming ih'fast and furious. Cries for help and orders were shouted through her connections. As fast as jahe could she attended to all. She could hear the cries of the wo- men iir the streets and through the windows long tongues of (lamp, were aeen licking all the wood work of her own home.Her father and mother and her sisters and brothers were there. Presently tlie flames shot through the thin wooden partition of the of- lice. Still calls came In. and still she plugged In and answered. Some of the lines were down or out of order. Mrs. Lydla Ault Shrake, of..McGreg- or. Iowa, aged 102 yeafs, draws a pen- sion as Ihe widow of a soldier who, 104 years ago, helped to light, the nation's' battles iiVlS'll 'She lias Hveil through three, wars and despite, her great age is now manifesting great nterest in the war rumors afloat in the land. She had five sons lighting tor the Union in the war. aim is now the head of six generations, the Shrake family being the only one in America, it Is believed, which cav, boast of such c record. Her descen- dants number altogether nearly 180. Have yon smoked Cigars lately? BLUEBERRIES, per pound PEACHES.eatina, per'pound I CHERRIES, BINGS, large baskets CHERRIES, Sour CANTELOUP, each....... RASPBERRIES, per basket PEARS, BARTLETTS, 2 for BANANAS, per dozen PLUMS. BLUE, per basket PLUMS, RED, per basket APRICOTS, large basket ORANGES. Sweet and juicy, 30, 35, LEMONS, large sire, per dozen WATERMELONS, per pound HEAD LETTUCE......... RED CURRANTS, per basket BLACK CURRANTS, per basket CUSTARD POWDER, Home's 2 for 20c 10c 76c 60c I6c 15c 25c 30c 70c 60c 70c d 45c 40c 6c 10c 10c .121-ic 25c New Carrots, New Beets, New Turnips, New Cabbage, New Potatoes; Green Peas, Green Onions ntndRailtsheffai low- est mariiet prices. CAULIFLOWER, and........... 15e HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, pound 20o CUCUMBERS, HOT HOUSE, 15c and 20c WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE, 10. 25, 50 and 85c LIME JUICE, ROSES, 35c and 45c LIME JUICE, MONTSERRAT, iac and 90c PICKLES MACONOCHIES, SWEET, Reg. We. Sale 30c PEANUT BUTTER, Squirrel Brand, 1 Ib. tins. 30c GOLDEN EGG NOODLES, packages 28c CREAMETTES, 2 packages........... 25c MOTHER'S SPAGHETTI, 2 for 25c TEA KEER'S SPECIAL. A delicious blend and rich in flavoring, per pound 40c TETLEY'S GOLDEN TIP and RIDG- WAYS' FIVE O'CLOCK, per Ib.'..... 60c COFFEE. Our Ideal Blend, 3 Ib. for BROWN i POLS9NS CORN; STARCH This week........................... 15c ASPARAGUS TIPS, per tin 30c HARICOT VERTS, on sole........----- 15o CHEESE..ONTARIO, per pound........ 25c CGCOA, yz Ib. Sealers, Cavvsn's Spscia! 25s SALMON, Finest Sockeye............. 2Bc PEACHES, 3s, Quaker H.S............ 25c SALAD DRESSING, ROYAL, per bot... 35c SALAD DRESSING, SNIDER'3, per bot. 30c SALAD DRESSING, YACHT CLUB, bot. ASPARAGUS TIPS, in glass. Regular Spc. Special CATSUP, New-process, in TOBASCO SAUCE, in bottles. MUSHROOMS, Extra choice, tins PICKLES, Heinzj in bulk, per pt....... PEANUT BUTTER IN BULK, per Ib... ROAST PORK, per pound BOILED pound Peamealed Bscon, per pound a pure honey, 1 Ib. 3 oz. packages HONEYi per buttle 15c, 20c and TOMATO SOUP, SNIDER'S. large tins ea JELLY POWDER, 3 for................ SHR.IMPS, Wet or dry, 2 for............ LOBSTER, New .season's pack, tin 20 and SOAP SOAP, and GOLDEN WEST, 2 packages for GOLD SOAP, bar WHITE NAPTI-fA, 10 for FELS NAPTHA, 10 cakes for WASHING POWDER, 2.for............. AMMONIA POWDER SANIFLUSH, per tin K.A.G. "Kill All Germs.': An extra fine preparation for destroying flies, 2 for 55c 15c 35c 30c 20c 30c 40c 40c 30c 35c 35c 15c 28c 35c 35c 45c 5c 50C 7ic 45c 10c 26c 2Sc Grocers ainl 'Merchants >A Phones 1JWW and 1.453. Street Sontjji.