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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914 THE LBT.HBRI.Dtnf DAILY HERALD PAGF FIVE CLARKE A CO. The Ladim' Store, Phone 433 Acadia Block ,'Outer garments made to measure-moderate chages SATURDAY BARGAINS Most exceptional savings all day tomorrow in many specially purchased just to hand by freight nrul expiess, togetliei with a score or more of final cleaiaiice lots of Summer Merchandise, needed light now foi use, going at prices Tvhioh aie merely a iiactipii of their actual SPECIALLY PURCHASED CORSETS Regular SO Value I erfert lilting models made of fine Coutil two pair of supporters, front md sides, medium Bust, fits all med- ium figures SILK LISLE HOSIERY FOR Regular 50c and 60c Every pair an exceptional value at this price. Colors White, Black and' Tan, spliced heels and toes, double flOlOl New Fall Goods 'IN SPLENDID; VARIETY The best selections wo have evci had to umi early in tho season, and prices lower by far than equal sljlos nd qualities have ever been offered at this or anj other store In this citj New. Dress Goods and new Hosiery and new Waists and hew Suits and new Skirts and Dresses; new Millinery from the leading fashion centres of the most de Irable wearable and characterized by ex- treme moderation [n price. SATIN PETTI OK COATS Reg 9 Splendid quality flatln with 12-fncli accordion pleated flounco colors. VOILE WAISTS 7C Worth i p ?o 00 9 I I W Perfect with low neck nd drop VEYELLA FLANNEL Guaranteed urwhrlnjcabl 4. splendid vara( design in all light; medium and dark colors. 17lc FLORAL CREPES Worth up to 35o Dainty Dolly Varden effects in Mght colored grounds and white. WASH GOODS Worth up to 50c Voiles, Ratines and various hew weaves' in Wash Goods in- cluded; 65c PURE WOOL DRESS GOOD3 Specially Purchased Scotch Tartans, Serges, Cash- meres and Novelty Weaves, all pure wooL MADAME CAILLAUX APPEALS G BEFORE THE COURT her acqmtt 1 vas von Thl i the flr t photograph of the famou CalHaux case in Paris and shows the slayer of Gaston Calmetts in the attitude of appeal'which won her liberty. "Old Fashioned Cleanliness" r. cost our mothers many a back-breaking" 'My. TJic "new-fashioned" cleanliness ..-osis only the price of a cake of Sunlight Soup. This purest of all laundry soaps has a strength tliat moves dirt" quickly rubbing. And a guarantee proves there is no adulterant or impurity it to injure the finest fabric or .hurt the daintiest hand. For the thousand, and one soap uses around the is just Sunlight !c. CRANBROOK BOYS READY FOR FIGHT A BAR Cranbrook, 13. C., Aug. 5Iaokay.of Kernie, arrived here to- day to arrange for enlistment of vol- unteers, finding same had been -open- ed Uy Sergeant Venus, By evening over thirty bad enlisted for active, service, a number of whom are anxious 'to leave at once for. the front. The first drill was neld to- night wilh the following instructors 'Constable Horace Venus, 5 years with the lllth light and form- erly sergeant with the 'R.N.W.3U'.; R. D. Davis, the Royal Horse Guards A. L. Marchant, Rifle Bri- gade, and Sergeant A. T. Underbill, of the 08th Infantry. It is expected that another day will see the list raised to one .hun- dred.-Drill will be held every'flight and Col. Mackay will return shortly to inspect and give further instruc- tions. It is expected, that the East Kootcnay regiment five hundred strong will be completed within a few days. Dr. J. H. M. Bell has wired his ser- vices direct to Ottawa and Ira Fos- ter has wired to Lethbridge in his eagerness to join the first cavalry, to leave for the front. No one has ever forgotten this name, No matter what happens, she's always the same; Mother! Mother! name of mother. Deep in bur heart there's a place set apart, For mother, mother dear. Miss Ann Pnttlson will be hostess of the 'tennis; tea lomorrow. Hon. C. R. and Mrs. Mitchell, 518 Fourteenth street, Edmonton, are re- joicing over the birth of a eon on Tues- day, August 11. lire. William Mitford, who recently underwent an operation ut (ho Gait Hospital, is recovering very rapidly. Senator DeVeber 'eaves tomorrow for Ottawa to attend tho special ses- sion of the Senate. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., leaves to- night.for Ottawa to attend the special icasibn'of the Dominion Parliament, which convenes on Tuesday next. and Mrs.. I. F. Polletler of Mon- arch, announce the engagement of their daughter, Bloida Margaret, to Mr, MacDonald of Coleman, formerly of Nbvii Scotia. Mrs. Shavr motored to Pin- horn yesterday, and will visit Sir. ant1. Mrs. Percy. Coweii Shaw for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell of Regina are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Dobic, for a clays en route to Lethbridge, where they will be the guests of Mrs. Herald. Ti'ie marriage was celebrated in Winnipeg ,at the -beginning OL the month of Mias Ethel Heather and Mr. H. Atcherley of Transcona, Man., formerly ot -the; fl.N.W.M.P.. in Una city. Miss Heather formerly belonged to the Herald; staff, and later 'was in the office of Kimb'all t Larsen of this city. Rev. H. Cbpbledick, M.A., BJ3., pastor "'bC Methodist church, spending a couple of diVys in Rossland, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter B.C., Winer. The pantry, saie'held, Mrs. Robert Wilson's, .Third avenue North, .under of St. An- drew's Ladies was very success- ful, everything being sold.out. .There was a splendid attendance throughout tii'e sale, and a" fiiie display of liome cobkiog. v The Women's Civic met yester- day at the Y.H.C.A., and spent some time'in arranging for flag day tomor- On motion it was decided not to do anything with regard to a girls' rest room until October. Tomorrow is Flag-Day. Be ready to ['buy a flag. Any amount, ho matter liow small, gratefully received. The day will be held in the smaller towns in- the south as well, Retlaw and Spring Coiilee having already signified a desire to help. A pretty and interesting wedding was solemnized yesterday morning at St. Anne's Church, Bast Calgary, at nine o'clock, when1 Miss Stella Eleanor Burns, daughter of the late. Mr. Thom- as Burns and Mrs. Burns, of 1036 Eighth avenue East, was married to Mr. William Michael English, mana- ger of the Union .Bank -at. Hanna, Alia., by the Rev. Father pary -Alber.tan. Mr.-Bnglish 'was at one time a mem- ber of the staff of the local branch of the Union Bank. .PRINCE ALEXANDER to' reigns, If report of King Pet erVabdlcntion la true. The elder eon renounced the Mrs; J. W. McNicol and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd will be tea-hour hostesses at the Country club tomorrow. Refreshments will he served at any time all'day tomorrow for helpers sell- ing flags, at Mrs. G. W. Robinson's, 423 Eighth street South. A mass meeting of all helpers and all women interested, will lie held on Monday, the place and hour will be announced later. Clubs and Societies the Central W.C.t.U. held its an- nual' meeting yesterday in Wesley haM. The main feature was the elec- tion of officers, which resulted as fol- lows: President, Mrs. H. M. Whid- dingtoii; first vice-president, Mrs. Par- row; second vice-president, Mrs. Die- Beth; third vice-president, Sirs. King- ston; fourth vice-president, Mrs. W61- secretary, Mrs. Dioseth; seci'etary, Mrs. Mrs. Mcllae. A meeting of the members of the Nursing Mission will he held in the y.-M.C.A. nt four o'clock on Wednes- day. AH members, are urgently re- to bo prw.eBt, fir Saturday Savings In the Dry Goods Ladies' Slimmer Combinations ,39C Flannelette Blankets, size 11x4 Flahiieletto Blankets, size 12x4 Jjjl.flj) Ladies' Silk Parasols.......... Bath Towels, size 18x36 Piliow Gases, 3 for Boys' Black Cotton Hose, 2-1 ribbed, per pair.....................---ISc Beautiful Silks, all shades, 22 inches wide, per yard Lndies' Mousquetaire Gloves, pair 25c Ready-to-Wear Ladies' White Wash Dress Skirts made of English Repp, Cotton Gords and Crepe, all good styles, regular Ladies' Gingham House presses, all colors, regular for Children's While Muslin Drawers, em- broidered and lace trimmed for Misses' Princess Slips made of fine white cotton, lace and embroidery trim? med, sizes 14 to 18 years, regular for SOC Generous Offers in the Grocery Dept. 8 pound sack of Robin Hood Rolled Oats, per sack -32c Siam Rice, 5 pounds Navy Beans, 5 pounds Wiltshire Bacon, per pound 2Sc Swift's Prime Bacon, pei pound 28 l-2c Swift's Prime Backs, per pound 22 l-2c Swift's Prune Hams, pei pound...... 25c Men's Furnishings Men B heather mixed and plain b ack