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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' 4 PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, i; ALL YOUR FALL NEEDS CAN BEST BE SUPPLIED AT CLARKE'S This Grand Opening Sale offers the golden opportunity of the entire season to the women of this ci(y and district to fill all their wants to the best possible -Advantage. . . " NOT ONLY FOR EXTENSIVENESS OF ASSORTMENTS, NOT ONLY FOR THE CONVENIENCES Ol- DISPLAY AND THE UNRIVALLED VARIETY OF THE NEW STOCK, BUT FOR OUTSTANDING VALUES AS WELL, THIS BIG STORE STANDS READY TO MEET YOUR NEEDS AS THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN MET BEFORE. A thorough investigation of every dept. Tomorrow or S^. will be an education in itself, and our entire staff is at your service whether you intend to buy or not. Many HA TS Are Being Sold An early selection of about a hundred^styles, impressing pattern hats from leading American and Canadian style centres, awaits your approve! here tomorrow and Saturday. Just 0  - of a Irind, all very smart and up-to-date rar.g'i.g in price from $6.50 to $12.00. MISS WATSON IN CHARGE Unequalled Variety of FURS A splendid time to make selections during this opening sale. Finest Rat Coat, worth $150.00 at $132.50 50 inches long, 80 inch sweep, beautiful dark skins. Beautiful Matched Sets of V/olf, Fox, Coon, Badger, Iceland Fox, Ermine, Hudson Seal, Sable, Thibet, etc. CLARKE & Co. Hosiery and Gloves in Exceptional variety and values as good as a year ago This department has always been a hobby of ours, but we have never before had such satisfying variety and such wond^erful values as we are able to show this season. piflE USLE HOSE......50c 0 s SILK HOSE.......75c Black. white luul brown. Liulies' sizes. Ahh.^r,U;i'"s^fs'"S\:''il"wonderful showing silk BOYS' and GIRLS' RIBBED ^ HOSE.....- - - - - - $2.00 ttexitr^ fn A CC Mnny of those now beinp; sold in town at HOSE.......Sue and bOC $2.50. Plnln nntl stiipcs. All the new colors. As good as last year. Colors black, white VI7DV CDCn/il r'AGUMIiDE' and tan. All sizes. C to 10 inches. VfilVI OrEiVlAL \�i\OninriI\Ei WOMEN's SILK HOSE - - $1.00 HOSE -.......- - $1.25 The kind you have always bought here Lovely fine quality. All ladies' sizes up to at the price. All colors and sizes. 10 inches. Full cut log. Buy it now. Staple Dept. Offers Exceptional Choice MANY. THINGS HERE WERE BOUGHT MORE THAN A YEAR AGO 'AND STOCKS THROUGHOUT, WHILE FAR MORE ATTRACTIVE, ARE FULLY AS GOOD VALUE AS WE OFFEREO A YEAR AGO. pj^^ ^j^.^^ Best Prints and Ginghams 30c pj^^ Striped Voiles. . 65c to 90c Best Galateas 38c to 50c Fine White Marquisette, 75c Embroidery Cotton, 42 inch, to ................ $1.00 45c and...... ......50c Large Check Beach Wash Suit-Victoria Lawns, 32 inch ... 25c ing.................75c Finest Nainsooks .... 40c to 50c Wide Striped Poplins.....45c Finest Baby Flannel, $1 to $1.50 Fine Swiss Spot Muslins .... 65c Cream ViyeUa Flannel . . . $1.75 Fine White Piques. . . 50c to 90o Fine Curtain Scrim.......25c Fine White Gabardines, 50c Large White Blankets, $9.50 to ............... $1.25 to...............$13.50 Natural Embroidery Linens, Curtain Marquisette, 60c and 75c 35c and............ 45c Our Ready-tO'Wear Section Attracts Unusual Interest Many who have come to look have bought liberally from these stocks, and no wonder; for we can safely .say that garments of such style, such c|uality and such splendid taste were never before shown in such variety in this city during any previous season. 60:00 HANDSOME CLOTH COATS. $27.50 to ...........;...... FUR TRIMMED VELOUR COATS, $67.60 to .......... SILK UNDERSKIRTS. Plain and fancy designs at $6.50 to ...... BEAUTIFUL KIMONAS of crepes,  de chine and heayy velours. $3.00 to...............^..... SERGE AND CHEVIOT SUITS. $35.00 to..................... 100.00 8.50 , crepe 17.50 60.00 FUR TRIMMED VELOUR AND CLOTH SUITS. Exclusive styles. $67.50 to ......... BROAD- VERY SWELL $10.00 to .... 100.00 25.00 PLAIN AND NOVELTY CLOTH SKIRTS. $8.00 to ............ 17.50 LOVELY NEW WAISTS. Voiles, georgettes and crepe de chines. At $3.50 to .................. silks, 10.00 Dress Goods and Silks Never So Pretty YOU HEAR ABOUT THE SCARCITY OF CERTAIN LINES AND the IMPOSSIBILITY of GETTING OTHERS, all OF WHICH IS VERY TRUE, BUT DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THE RESU.lt of OUR SEARCH AND THE SPLENDID STOCKS WE HAVE FOR YOUR APPROVAL AT PRICES THE SAME AS WE ASKED A YEAR AGO. 52-in. SPECIAL SERGE � - $2.75 Very Cine nuality. Colors burgundy, plum, brown, black. BEAUTIFUL NOVELTY WORSTEDS ............$450 Fine checks. 52 inches wide. Very rich cloth. Colors burgundy, taupe, brown, green. 36-in. HEAVY POPUN SILK............$1.75 Lovely quality. Shown in fourteen different colors. The sarfie cloth .as last year. NEW PLAID DRESS GOODS $2.50 Mixtures of taupe. Brcnn. blue and burgundy.,^ 12 Inches wide. Very attractive. CREPE DE CHINE -.---$1.75 Always a leader with us, twelve different colors, 40 inches wide. Very tine quality. BEAUTIFUL NOVELTY SILKS $2.50 to........$4.00 so inches .wide, llandsouio effects in stripes, chocks and platds. HUNS SAVIN9 THEIR ART COLLECTIONS (By .1. F. B. I.ivesay. Canadian streets and dug outs. The mopping Press Correspondent.) up of such a position takes a whole With the Canadian Forces'in France, day and the number of prisoners must .Vug. 21.-Except for.minor actions en- be considerable. V/ashingtqn, Aug. 22.-An official dispatch from Switzerland made public today says that the art collections In the museums at Cologne are to be taken to Cassel and Brunswick, where they will be out of danger from allied aerial bombardments. The German newspapers are. asking that the art trc�3ures in the Munich museum be similarly safeguarded. LI tered into with a view nt consolidating our line, the last two days liave been relatively quiet on the Canadian front. For the time being it has resolved itself into a warfare tor positions. The enemy holc'i in force a number of very strong points and the country is exceedingly difficult. It is the old battlefield of the Somme of 3 91� from which the enemy retired in the spring of 1917 to the Hinden-burg line. Its defenses are practically intact and these include an elaborate trench system with fortified points of support of concrete and steel pill bo.xes. It is in fact a very different proposition from the open rolling couptry over which the great advance of a fortnight ago was made, while the network of wire ^nd permanent defenses have been little affected. Difficult Ground. The weather has eroded the trench system, creating a condition of ground exceedingly difficult tor the successful operation of tanks and without these, any considerable infantry advance can oiily be made with heavy loss. An apt illustration of the difficulties to be overcome was applied yesterday by (he brilliant action of the French troops in capturing SI. Mard-Les-Friof, the village stronghold which to that date had stood in tlie way of an attack on Roye. I^vom the west and over continuous heights the French fought their way to the station, just north of Uoye and had also obtained a strong foothold on Caesar's Camp to the immediate west. Hoyo itself lies in the valley of the .\vre, Hanked by hills. Pile of Stones. It is no longer a city but a iiile of heaped up stones. The Boclie lias seen to that. It yet has considerable strategic importance, as the pivot of the enemy's advanced defense in front of the Somme.. The Avro here i is a wide, marshy morass and an attack on St. JIard in this valley could only be carri'sd out over tlie various road3 leading into the viiiage and situated on the souUi side of tlie river. Tv/o previous attempts had been checked, owing to the concrete pill boxes concealed in the marshes. The attack opened ut two o'clock with a heavy concentrated bombardment and soon after troops advanced. � For an hour the battle hung In the balance, its western frontal attack being held up, but at the crisis storming parlies from Caesar's Camp to the north broke across the bridges on that side and soon were, bombine the Hard Nut Cracked. At the same time came the cheering news that another hard nut had been cracked four miles south of Roye, this being Beauvraignes? The French spirit is marveloMs. The French soldier is convinced that it is only a matter of months before the Boche' will be driven on to the Rhine. It was noticeable that tJie enemy oounicr battery work was weak and ineffective. He concentrated his guns SKILLED WHILE MING SILK IRIBUTE10 BORDEN Says His Influence Has Been | Felt in Imperial Cabinet- | Reputation Enhanced | HUNS CLAIIH CAPTURE MANY ALLIED TANKS Berlin, Wednesday, Aug. 21.- (Via London) - Announcement was made in the official state-� ment from German headquarters today that since August 8, more than five hundred allied tanks havfe been taken op been destroyed on the'battlefield between the Ancre and the Avre.* C*  " ** ** it*  *** * ' TRY THIS CAKE. (Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters 'Limited)' ' London. Aug. 22.-The London Times, referring to the criticisms !n Canada of S.rKobert Borden, Canadian prim,- minister, s�ys: "Sir Robert Borden will certainly go back with a great rephtation decidedly enhanced. His influence :it the Im- TABER (From the Times.) The sixth anmial horticultural exhibition will be held under tke auspices of the Taber Women's Institute on Friday, August 23. Many additions have been made to the prize list, making it more attractive than ever. Tlie vegetalSTe classes particularly have been greatly enlarged. Work has been steadily progressing ? U. S. ,AIRMEN BUSY With The .Amo^-ican Array In Franco, Aug. 21.-(Associated Press)-American aviators bombed Flabeuvillc, in the department of Muortho-i3t-MoseHe yesterday afternoon and secured mai)!j:%'j hits, some of them direct ones, on th^l'' railway station. The .lirplanes return- For a cake that will help you carry out the food regalations, prune cake is capital. The ingredients are oiie|ed safely notwithstanding the heavy cup of rye flour, three quarters of a  anti aircraft fire directed against cup of standard flour, one and one-' them. third cups of brown sugar, or one cujij -�-�-- of corn syrup, one-third cup of butter, one egg, half cup milk, half pound prunes, three teaspoons of baking powder, halt teaspoon each cinnamon and nutmeg. Wash prunes thoroughly and chop line, cream butter and mix with it sugar or syrup and milk, sift Ciprlan Ganeau, aged-26 years, sui>-posed to be a military service evader, was shot and killed at Sudbury during a roundup of military defaulters. The sliot whlcli struck the man was a cl/ance one flred by Constable Tougher as the military police were retiring spices and baking powder through the! f,.,,, house and being subjected perial war cabinet has been strong. He exerc.'f6l it aiways with discre-ion the new provincial building and Bound Brook, N.J., Aug. 22.-Charles I tion and self-iestraint and succeeding j the walls have beeji just about com-Hilbert of Allentown. Pa., was shotiju treating with dignity, yet without pjeted with the root well under way. and instantly killed near here yester-i undue selt-ubnegation, the vlifficult ] On Wednesday evening at tlie Meth- nour, add prunes and beat altogether very well. Bake in loaf pan, in good oven tor half an hour. It you can trust yourself with old-fashioned "ralsihs" use sour milk and soda instead of sweet milk and baking powder, allowing about thrge-quarters of a cup of Uie thick, sour milk and three'quarters of a teaspoonful of soda. day when he ignort^l the command of j path of a Dominion premier liero now. three -highwaymen to stop a truck on the infantry and reserves, leaving , maded with $50,000 worth of silk which the French batteries alone. This | he was driving from Newark to Allen-seems to be an indication that he lias i townj^ withdrawn his heavy guns across the 1 Somme. POLITICAL CRISIS DEVELOPS IN JAPAN The highwaymen drove oft in tlie I truck after robbing .Tohn Meyer, a boy I helper, of $2. The boy ran to Bound 1 Brook, and gave the alarm. The I truck, with its load of silk intact, was found abandoned near Crnnford. There la little that is showy or dasli ing about riiV Robert Borden. He is not (luici: to speak his mind perhaps because lie is not quick to make it up, odist church, George Edward Lawrence of Sedgewick, Altif., a returned veteran and Miss Rachel Stella Scott of Taber, were united in marriage by Rev. Thoa. Philps. A large number of but when it ij made up, he cho').ios tl;o friends attended. The bride was given occasion lo spolak it, and raa be I .j^yj,y lier brother, Mr. W. J. Scott Tol Sir Robert. Tiiu gic^t majority of Canadians trust '.ho premier to know what he is doiiig at the Imperial \:;ir cabinet. The pu!)iic hore instinctively take 'lis presence aARIS l^arls, Aug. 22.-The sound of heavy cannon firing was heard clearly in Pitria early today.  Canadian Press Dispatch from Routers). -Melbourne, Australia, Aug. 22.-It is stated hero that the military authbr-Ities Hi'u coiisitlorin^ tlio formation of a tank lirigado for service overaouw. It is belli,veil that inoiv poHseaslng spo-ciai qimliflcatloiis hB"iHechiuUcs would eagerly join aU'Cb'S'iiiilt'.' Lemon Juice For Freckles GIrUI Make beauty lotion at . home for a few cents. Try Itl Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing thre.e ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you I have a quarter pint of the best freckle Jjijid tan Jotlon and coniplexjon beautl-fler, at very small cost. Your grocor has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face .iiecic, arms and hands each day and see how froclc-los and blonilshos disappear and how clean, soft and white tho sldu becomes Yps! It ia harmlo88.-rAdvertisement, t � Are You Hesitating about Your Teeth? HAVHJ you been hesitating la long time ' about those .teeth of" yours-dally .putting oft'that visit to our pttlces -shrinking back from' what you fear will be an unpleasant, It not a painful ordeal,. or, do you think. It is going to cost, you too much? .Then set your mind at vest ou both thoBQ points. Painless methods are an exact science with us, and our mod-orate fees place good dentistry .within your easy roach. When you learn the,, cost you will adnvit Us talrness. "VVhen your work Is complete you will also aU- mlV that-  ' Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. ' Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson Hish Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 ;Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-11BA EIGHT!;! AVENUE E. * EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK. <^ ;