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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, TOE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE GREATEST CLEAR-AWAY SALE I r T w T G A o TVT CLOSES TO-MORROW, SATURDAY AUGUST 19, AT 10 P.M. It is up to you to take advantage of tin's great sale, as you never will be able to buy at such prices for some time. These are actual facts, COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Specials in Men's Suits WE HAVE ONE OF THE BEST STOCKS OF SUITS IN TOWN, AND OUR CLEAR-AWAY PRICES-WILL MOVE THEM TO THE LAST. BE SURE AND GET ONE FROM US NOW, AS YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO GET ONE FOR DOUBLE THE PRICE IN THE FALL. Suits, Lot No. 1 This lot consists of blues, greys, dark browns and striped, and are worth from to Clear-away Price Suits, Lot No. 2 This lot consists oC blues, browns, darks and striped and are worth from to Clear-away Price The Biggest Bargain offered at Any Time. Suits, Lot No. 3 Suits in all shades, worth from p to Going at Men's ''Combinations Men's Combinations, well worth Sale Price Men's Overalls .Men's Union Made Overalls. Black, bliie and striped. Heg. J1.35. Sale Price 4 Boys' Wash Suits In tan.' Well worth (t Clearing at ROMPERS, at -1 A 1 U A kJ PURE HONEY PURE JAM. All flavors, I CORN SYRUP. 5 Ib. EAGLE MILK per tin GOLD SEAL g ST. CHARLES' CREAM per tin or GOLD COCOA. Baker's or Fry's Half pound tin, per tin C. POTATOES.. ]2 for JAPAN RICE. 3 Ibs C. A Ib a loot and Shoe Bargains Men's Oxfords Hideau brand, black or tan, button or lane. Well worth Clear-away Price t Ladies' Oxfords Regular and ?4.00. Now going at Any pair........................... Ladies' Satin Pumps Those are worth double the price. op Now selling JL Children's Shoes Buttoned and laced. Worth from to per pain Sale price Wash Tics A real snap and going at the exceptional n bargain of, each UC Men's Dress Shirts Regular up to Clear-away Price.......1............... U J C Boys' Hose The Buster Brown kind. Clear-away Price Boys' Suits We have the moat complete stock of Boys' Suits, and -will clear them at prices that you will not be able to buy again for Borne time to d> jt nf come. We have them from tpfKiFD ui' Purchases Guaranteed or Money Refunded No Goods Sent Out on Approval Men's Underwear Light two-piece. Clear-away Price....... 35c Boys' Shirts Regular ?1.00, Snc, and 75c. Ffi Clear-away Price DUG 19c 'Boys' Combinations Regular C5o, 75c and 51.00. Clear-away Price Boys' Pants Regular price 51.50. While they last at Sale Price THE WESTERN MERC ANT 1 our Dollar Does Its-Duty. PIENDID DISPLAYS COMPANY Phone 1724 For Quick Delivery. to the r Macleod, Aug. annual sum- j.l.'iner fair and agricultural show of Mac- .Vleod was held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10th, llth and 12th The fair this year was a decld- .Led success, although the opening day i '.was wet and unfavorable, causing Borne of the exhibits to arrive late, the WOMAN WEAK, DIZZy, NERVOUS Health Restored by Lydia E Vegetable Compound. Jamaica, N. I suffered greatly With my head and with backache, was weak, dizzy, ner- Ivous, with hot I flash PS and felt very I miserable, as I was lirreguUr for two I years. One day I when I was feeling I unusually bad my I sister-in-law came Jin and said, 'I R wish you would try I Lydia E. Pinkham's 1 Compound.' So I began taking it and I am now in good t health and am cured. I took the Cora- is: pound three times day after meals, and on retiring at night I always keep I.-E bottle In the house." L. N. BuRNJlAMf35GlobeAve., Jamaica, N.Y. Women who recover their health nat- urally tell others what helped them. Some write and allow their names and to be published with testi- menials. Many more tell their friends. t If yon need a medicine for Wo- men's Ailments, try Lydta E. PinkhanrsYegetahleCompmiiid. Write Lydia E. Pinkham MertJ- cine To. (confidential) for any- you need to about K other two days were all that could be desired. On all sides remarks were heard expressing appreciation of .the fine buildings and accommodation pro- vided, making it comfortable at all times for the stockmen', and racers in spite of the weather. The managing committee, Messrs. A. T. Leather, J. L. Fawcett, Hugh Mack- intosh and Jas. H. Ms Leon, assisted by the Mr. T. A. Powell, and the directors of the association de- serve the highest praise for the excel- lent manner in which they carried out their work, making the. fair enjoyable as well as profitable and helpful to the farmer. Taking it on a whole con- sidering the adverse, circumstances un- der which the directors had to work, the fair was most successful and aug- ers the success of future ex- hibitions and-greatly encouraged the directors. 2000 Attended Over two thousand people attended on the second day, coming from all the farming districts round, and a general half holiday Friday and Saturday en- abled 'a huge crowd to attend both evenings. In the exhibition hall on the ground floor there was an.excellent display of grains and cut flow- ers, roots and vegetables. Entries in nearly all classes were numerous and the judges had a busy time the first day deciding the prize winners. Upstairs in the exhibition hall a fine collection of fancy work, pictures, pho- tographs, butter, bread' and preserved fruits, was exhibited, j Mrs. J. R. Mc-i Lean, Miss Josephine Fraser, Mrs; J. i C Mills, Mrs. Perrin and Mrs.; Ham-i mersley were the town ladies wlio won j a lion's share of the first prizes, while j Mrs. Blair, Granum; .Miss. Calgary, and Mra. Huchinspn, Trochu, won a number of firsts. An interesting part of the day's pro srara was the baby contest, fifteen babies being entered for the show, Hie first prize being.won by Mrs, J. K.. Fleming's baby, the second by Mrs. Jas. Young's, and the third by Mrs. R. B. Crane's. The prizes were and Dr.-Fraser and Mr. Ainsley were the judges. f The chief attraction of the second day's program was the horse races. In the half mile open to ranchers and farmers, W. Dunbar got first, while in the jumping competition J. Paisely took the honors. The back to back Indian race proved very exciting. There were five riders. In the get-away of the first 100 yards four of the Indians were thrown in a heap across the track. This race is run bare-back.lwo Indians on each horse. The Indians ran well and, it was a good race. The Farmer's Novelty race was won by an Indian. .Jerry Paisley took first in the pony race. In the pony race for boys under 15, J. W. Mclntosh won. The Squaw race was won by Minnie Acres. On the second there was a ladies' race won by Dunbar's "Right of Way" ridden by Miss Edith Ferguson. Farmers' Trotting E. Ellis' Roseland Boy. Jumping competition over three hur- Hewson's "Witch.1 Will Be General Next Week- Two NoWeford Men Enlist (From Our Own Correspondent) Nobleford, Aug. lawn social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Noble 011 Saturday "evening was a great there being a large crowd present. Music was furnished bv Messrs. Van Dyke and Gustavson and Piper Goldie of the 113th Batta- Cowboy Race, with complete equip; Ica erenm.and other light re- meut-Phillip Bull Head. Kreshments were served at dainty Bucking Geeborn and 'tables on the lawn and the candy stall Pete La Grande also a pop'ilar attraction. The A matched race, fifty on each side, chleE Gvent of was run between Peigan Indians gjid Blood Indians, the Peigans winning tiie race. Considering the heavy rainfall the day previous to the fair the track was in very good condition. Hank Cochlin of Granum. acted as judge of the races, and his brother as starter. Joseph Hicks'acted as judge on the third day. The Daughters- of the- Empire, Jn aid of the Red Cross Society, served refreshments during the three days of the fair and realized the munificent! iKg sketch entitled, "Wanted, a Wife.." Mr, Lott; the would-be faRiedict, proved somewhat critical In his choice, pass- ing- over several anxious candidates, but everybody seemed satisfied that he" filially selected the right one. Mrs. N. J. Noble, Mrs.. Marsh, Mrs. Swailes and Miss E. Bowness the various applicants, and each her part..yery creditably. The proceeds amounted lo over ?40. Albert Short a.nd Clifford Beaune an swered the'call of King and country and plain duty by For the Laundry For nearly 60 years, Edwardsburg "Silver Gloss" has been the standby' In one pound packages and six pound fancy enamelled tins. I THE CANADA STARCH CO.' LIMITED 236 I MONTRCAL, CARDINAL, FORT WILLIAM. M Silver Gloss Starch iml" ilTs" Ihev will I "'G week-end. They did not have all manv mor. o? tl imc "f' sofe not- go and others would not. How- Short and Beaune responded and we take off our hats to them and wish them all kinds of-hick. _____......_ _ _......._____ A. H. returned on Monday Schnarr'anrt J'. He'wson "were" from'a mouth's, holiday spent with rate a serve efforts, were appreciated both by the management of the fair and the public. In the thoroughbred and grade horse classes J. Franklin, J. R. McLean, R. In the standards J. McKenzie and P. A. Kry were winners. Greenwood and Benson won first for. best stallion. Dave Mclntosh was a heavy winned in Clydesdales. Shorthorn cattle, J. R. Shields was a heavy'winner. M. L. Hodge ap- pearing prominently in the Holstein class. In Ayreshires he also won. In grades Hammerley Storey and Gardin- er were winners. In grain classes Hugh Mclntosh was a heavy winner, with 'Mrs. Venne and H. Maun sell also getting into the rib- bon class. A. King took first for corn. In the poultry class John Bawden, J. and were heavy win- ners, as well as J. A. White. 113TH SECOND IN In. the half mile race at the Sarcec oamn sports Wednesday' afternoon, Clarke of'tlia 113th Lethbridge High- landers, ran second. won the race. Stewart ol tho relatives at Tilbury, Ont. the crops there are very poor ami the fruit harvest meagre. Returning home through the Dnkotas he s signs of a very .rich .harvest. come 'home and seen the fields around 'tiiis'district he says that he has come back seems to-be no Alberta. We cordially agree. 3. Buchau has. received word that his cousin, Whose letter was recently mentioned in'our, notes, has been ser- iously wounded and lies in the hos- pital paralyzed. formerly pastor of this congregation, ,1ms. written saying that he is in good health and will be furred to battalion in the fall. He has been serving in the cycle corps in Belgium. The tho Presbyterian church read on Sunday morning a let- Mrs. G. P. McDougall in w" the congregation were lhauked "iCoNTINUID ON The Ladies of Lethbridge WHO BUY THISSTORE -ARE- UNAN1MOUS IN THEIR OPINION of the superior-quality of the Southern Alberta grown meats we handle. ARE YOU GETTING THIS SER- VICE, MADAM? enlisting in the Incident- invite your order tomorrow. Our lines of cooked meats are very popular. They save work and tempt the hot weather appetite. DELANYS LIMITED Phone 452 ;