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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE .SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913 SATU SPECIALS AT RYLANDS Wash Dresses, final clean up. to -S2.50. Saturday..... THE LADIES'STORE Phene 453 Acadia Block I.TVTlf A Surscs uL llic old price. Plain I.IA.1.1W1. Httlr um, .stripes In N'nvy and Copi'lilinnon, shown in -12 Ilicll wIlllllB. Alisolnti'ly I'uri! .'Wuol, worth nt tlio iircsoiit llnio or more I'Olf CLARKE CO. Saturday Economies in Dependable Merchandise mean much (o women are fortunate enough to get- (heir share. At no lime of the season are lower prices possible tliiin right now, when we have sacrificed all profit, mill in some cases a portion of I ho as well, in order to closely follow our lixed principle of elt-nrinjr out all .u'oods the season for they were The I'naiu idea is (o keep stocks i..........i t... tn.ti'ji mill.i .tivLijiimi ji ivHltmif IVosh and clean, and prices are lihv enough to make sure of absolute vantage is .vonrs; prulit by it tomorrow. Heavy White Flannelette arance and Children's Dresses, linal clean up......95C Allover Aprons. with cap to match. Saturday ................4SS Corsets up to Saturday a pair. Corsets up to Sl.oO: Saturday a pair. Ladies' Comfy Cut Combinations, up to 50e. Saturday 29C Crope and Muslin Drawers, values up to Ti'iL- 49C Swiss enihroidery and lace trimmed Corset Covers, very dainty effects: and values: Saturday. Men's -Sl.oO Straw Hals, Saturday All makes in Linen Collars. Saturday price, each Striped Overalls with bibs S9c 95c 10c 95c RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE mm m D Elton is in receipt of a let- if- ham 'an American iuiljte oi the Hi'h t'oart, who forcibly expresses his'sentiments on the question oi American neutrality. He says 1 assure you 1 am in dead earnest when r say I am against Germany. All ctal'-Americans feel the same. have a few hyphenated individuals here ousdit to be on tlie Kaiser's firing line fee! differently. If I had "been the man in power, when the German Prince Eitel Friedrich came into port, every man oi the officers and 'crew would have been promptly ALL Summer Dresses IN A FINAL CLEARANCE SALE TOMORROW 1 2 Choice of our entire stock from up- This -includes the prettiest and dainti- est styles of the en- tire season in Voiles Crepc-s and all Wash Goods in the new bolero and shirretl efi'ects. In most cases there is just one, but ut most two of a kind, so you can be sure of that exclus i v e n e s s much desired by well dressed wo- men. 32 inches wide; regular ISc value. Full Bleached Lone; Cloth 10c Yard wide, regular value. Tucked Apron Lawn 17J4c Yard wide, worth up lo 3oc. Large Size Bedspreads 95c White and Colors, regular All the Best Bedspreads 20% 1M and 12-1, regular to Heavy Awning Itoick 24c (ireen Stripe, regular Soc value. Heavy Apron Gingham 14c 40 inch widths, regular -Oc. Plain and Striped Galatea 19c Suitings, etc., -worth up to 35c. Children's Kimona Velour 20c Dog's Head patterns, pink, sky and tan. Heavy Table Damask 65c 60 inches wide, regular ranama Hats Regular value. High Class Hand Bags Half Trice 52.00 10 vahltiS; Six Inch TaOeta -Ribbon 15c Various colors, worth up to 2oc. All Whitewear on Sale 20% Skirts, Gowns, Corset Covers, etc. Best Print and Gingham 10c regular 15c value. Lisle Union Suits 43c and tight knee, up to Inc. vriiite Middy Waists Sizes vip to 42. Specially Purchased Corsets 95c Coiitil or Net, worth Heavy Silk Hose 98c Regular 81.50 value. Children's Ribbed Hose 19c All colors, up to TVs Indies. HANDSOME New Suits A COLLECTION OF MOST ATTRACT- IVE STYLES JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS i25 to Beautiful quality Cheviots ami Broad- cloths, colors navy, Russian, green and black, all showing the military tend- ency, trimmed buttons, braid, etc., and in apito of the decided advance in all wool materials, much lower in price. than any previous season. See this advance showing tomorrow. O hanged as pirates and explanations j bite in poor old j said tliat'most of: the passengers on out of i board the Arabic were Canadians. iiiou.p IIKEK.HC I joint, Imi when the Germans howl j Discussing the work oi' rescue Mr, bad enough, -and the Wilson bark j their howl of savagery, like a bank ipringlc said: i but is no I of sorrv jackals we hunt our holes. I -'it was i-eallv-marvellous that so could have I am nsham-'l i snunkey as anybody whe of the contemptible buttermilk Mexico or little Haiti gets raanship have here, bryanism jjoint, Iwt when the Ger were launched and some persons were thrown into the water. There were suutc- panicky scenes, but the crew kept cool hearts "and rescued most of bad enough -and he son ar er ow o savag, a rmie sa: not much better, but there is. no] of sorry jackals we hunt our holes.] "it was really-marvellous that so, those struggling m the water. either of them. are as Close Your Eyes To Quality EYES WIDE OPEN, AND THE WORLD IS TULL OF CHEAP THINGS, SUT WliH THEiREAL GOOD THINGS ARE FEW AND FAR BETWEEN. Cheapness is NOT Low-Pricedness QUALITY CONSIDERED OUR PRICES ARE THAN OUR COMPETITORS. Cream of Wheat, per Libby's Pork Beans, 2 tins..25c Tomatoes, large 3 for----35c Corn, Peas '.and. each----10c Sunlight bars........50c G. W. ar.d R. C. Soap, 3 boxes..45c I Bacon, Back, mild cured, per ..................25c I I Sardines, finest Norwegian, each......................12c Salmon, Clover Leaf..........25C Swift's Premium Bacon, machine sliced, per pound ...........32c Swift's Premium Ham, hone.d and per pound ...........30c Swift's Premium Hams, whole or .half, per pouad ............23c Swift's Roast Pork, Ham, "Per pound Shift's Boiled Ham, pound ...35c Libby's Ox Tongue E. D. Smith's Catsup, .each.. ,'.25c Puff Rice, each ...............14c Puff Wheat, each .............12c Roman each ............25c McLaren's Salad Cream ......15c McLaren's Mustard ...........IQc Libby's Salad Oil, pint.......65c Pickles, McConochie-'s Sweet; JReguJar 40u, now..........31c Tuxedo Baking Powder, 16 ounce; K. A. germs''and chases files, better, than Chloride of Lime. Each ................15c SPECIAL CAN BY SALES Fancy Mixed Chocolates; reg. 40c; on Fancy ?-Iixed Candy, 2 .pounds for ...........45c All 5 cent lines this week; Seven for .............25c Candy Kisses, on sale Per pound ............15c TEAS Kerrs Special: a delicious blend, noted for its high quality and fine flavor. Old price, per pound ........40c DECKAJULIE An extra high grade Tea. from the world's finest tea gardens; exceptional value; per "pound COFFEES Our Mnr.h? -Jaba, a high class article, blended especially for the most criti- cal coffee drinker; price per pound.................5.0c Our Special' blended with the idea of giving the cus- tomer a cofiee both rich j in flavor and strength. Extra value, 3 jlounds Crawford Peaches, case .....51.15 Blue Plums, per Apricots, 4 basket crates Plums, large basket.35c Cantaloupes, large size, 2 for..25c Grapes, 2 rounds for .........35c Tornaioes. per pound .........10c Apples, fancy, 5 pounds for...25c Peajs, fancy, 4 pounds for----25c Corn on Cob, per dozen ......20c Pickling Cucumbers, 3 for ----25c Celery, crisp, 3 pounds for----25c Bak. Powder, each..25c Health Salt, each Lemonade Powder, large .....22c Corn for ............25c Robin Hood Oats, large ......2Ec Tapioca, finest selected; 3 pounds for ...............25c Fancy'Mixed Biscuits, regular 35c and 40c; on sale 3 Ibs .65c Jello Jelly Powder, 6 for .....55c Asparagus, Libby's large white.30c .Macaroni, per package ........10c Lime Juice. :'5c; 45c and .....55c Grape Juice, 1Sc, 25c, 50c and..85c Jelly Powder, 4 packages for...25c Brooms, extra quality .........55c Mop Handles, each...........17c Mop, self wringer, regular Sl.L'5: pn sale.....................50c Ro'hiii 'IIood Breakfast Cereal; Two -packages for ..........25c Van Camp's Hominy .........15c Black Knight Shoe Polish ....10c GEQ KERR High-class Grocers and Provision Merchants Phone 1453 Prompt Delivery 313 5th St. S. I may feel too belligerent, but 1 want- j m to help kill the mad-dog of Europe, j I am too old and broken in health, but I have four boys, who are ready moment's notice to go and give their lives if necessary that savagery j may be wiped oft the'1 earth. They feel with me Germania delenda est. If I could whisper into the ears of those fellows in the Balkans I would say Bulgaria Macedonia; give Roumania Transylvania, Buko- wina and Bessararia'; give Servia Bosnia and Hertzigoviria, and give Greece Constantinoiile- with a guar- antee to the world for the open pass- age through the Dardanelles and Bos- phorous to all commerce forever. That would let them into Cnnstan- tinople at once. many persons lifeboats crowded said purser about before four and were half up." "The torpedo hit Uic engine room and the boilers of the steamer, ex- ploded. accounts for the rapid- ity of her sinking. .The captain, was last man to leave the ship. The boats CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE ,TIie Daily Mail says: "Americans have been wondering 1 why no reply has yet been returned i to the note they sent Germany on .f.uly 23. The reply ivas given yestcr- :day, and deeds speak ioude> than words." Stories of Survivors Queenstown, Aug. L. Money of Stratford, Ont., ivho with his daughter and brother were return- home hy the said in an interview tliat the passengers in large numbers were enjoying the beautiful I weather about decks after breakfast. 'Their- attention had just been at- I traded to'the steamer Dunsley, the 1 boats of which were being launched. (The censor here evidently has dc- Iccted the facts -.concerning the Duns- The Arabic, Mr. Money added, was making toward the Dunslcy, when the streak of a torpedo fired from a sub- marine lying in the the j Dunsley was seen making for the Artobic. There were cries of alarm and all hands mads for lifeboats and the lifebelts. continued Mr. Mo- ney, "all precautions had been taken, the life-belts being in readiness on deck and the boats in position, for launching- The torpedo struck Ihe ship and then! a r terrible explo- sion. The ship began to settle i'mr mediately and sank a few minutes. Many Canadians Charles Mingle, of. the'Russell .-Mo- tor Company, Limited, of Tordhtp, CANADIAN London, Aug. to returns received in Lastoz 1 yesterday tha total. of Canadian prispnefs in Ger- roany is 1305. CLEARING UP SUMMER White Muslin Underwear arlS Combinations, 1-4 off Odds and Ends Rem- nants and Left- Overs Hats, Neckwear, Corsets jail at Greatly Reduced Prices" IJorlQuicl-i Clearance. ;