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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LETHBmDQfc DAILY UERALD, FRIDAY AUGUST 27, CLARKE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH 'Acadia Block We are Stepping Jlong .'the 'Road of Sound Progress A new broom sweeps clean and there can b--> no doubt that many a. first patronized the store on account of novelty of shoppin'" at a new a bright airy a strictly ladies' store. Now tliat tm> novelty has worn oft" it's satisfactory to know that interest has not abated one but is increasing daily. People come here to save thats the supreme 4 test. Sound progress is manifest in every department. The store organization is strong, valuDs arc unusually good, methods are true to our conception of up to date merchandising, and stock, while not by any means complete, is broad enough to satisfy the great majority of your present requirements. We are old enough to thoroughly comprehend trade conditions in Let-hbridge, and wide awake enough to make every advantage count to the interests of our patrons. PRICE ADVANTAGE for tomorrow that will make the store hum with busy shoppers The greatest value we have ever seen. Pure Wool ICp Cashmere Seeds Ml Not extra fine ox' course, but made of stood strong absolutely pure wool yarn in ladies' sizes only, double sole, spliced heels and toes, full fashioned and seamless extra elastic tops. An excellent value at, perpair ...25c WOOL Lovely fine qualities, wash colors in fancy stripes, Per- sian .design and polka .dots dn light or dark colored grounds. Special value, 50c. LAWN Good full size in waist lengths and wide width, made of nice quality lawn, finished with deep lace. Spe- cial value 35c. FIVE O'CLOCK AND LUNCH "Excellent quality, pure lin- en goods, sizes 30 x 30 and 36 x 36, finished with wide hem, Hemstitched, -some with handsome hand drawn work. Price, HANDSOME VOILE SKIRTS Very dressy garments] just tc' hand, made pleated and full gor- ed styles now In vogue in New York beauti- fully trimmed with jet buttons, soutache braid, taffeta fouldsi or satin piping. Pricesj NEW DIRECTOIRE CORSETS A collection of various, de- signs in' the popular new cor- set model, made qualities of fine ebutil or ba- tiste, extra lonir: hips an-d steelp guaranteed ab- solutely rust proof; finished with hose supporters. A full of SI.50, FINE COTTON HEM- ST.I TC H E D S H I jOO A splendid 'Wearing sheet in double bed size made of pure, finish, good weight- cotton, finished with wide hem and hemstitching. Price CORSET Pretty floral and scroll designs in splendid qualities at the price and good wash- ing edges. Special Satur- day value, 25c. WOOL Fine striped pure in. just the proper weight for waists, house dresses and children's wear. 42 in. wide: colors navy, brown, green, old rose, card- and black. Special val- ue. 60c. Daily Herald's Patterns A BASKET FULL of clean, sweet linen Is obtained with half tbe toil and half the time if Sunlight Soap is used. Sunlight shortens the day's work, but lengthens the life of your clothes. Follow directions. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for Bath or Toilet in Hot weather. For washing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and ourifies. .WONDERFULLY CHEAP Splendid weight imported English cloth in light and medium colored stripes, full 32 ins. wide. Very special. 12 i-2e. EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUE IN SUMMER Fine ribbed lisle goods'' in the various wanted styles, open or closed fronts, short or long sleeves or sleeveless: neatly trim- med and finished. Saturday Special- 25c. The Texture of a loaf is best observed by cutting: it in two with. a sharp knife. The hon- ey-combed structure of. the loaf sliotilcl be even throughout. HYGIENIC BREAQ has that even texture. It does not ..contain ihose .large-; cavities, so common in ordinary bread. J.TOMPKINS McKay St. North Ward WHY Editor LelhijridgX Herald: I be permitted; space toJ yards 'comment on some; of the items re- I ported In your paper oi' the 25th. un- j-der caption. "An A Id emi an Predicts Ja Day of Reckoning1." j Our mayor virtually says "sufficient unto the -day is the evil thereof.'-' "Why? 1 have always been of the opinion that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Why? was our late lire chief asked Tor his resignation, to make way for! j a man. who, though a. good fireman, j will not qualify for the dual capacity of chief and building inspector. Supt. Reid jolts the council that j LADIES' SHIRT-WAIST t PARIS PATTERN NO. 2641 All Seams' Allowed This is one of the most fashionable and popular models for the shirt- waists for knock-about wear, developed i-n heavy -linen, messaline, silk or French flannel, the latter ma- terial being much used for shirt- waists this winter. Two- groups of tucks on each shoulder, stitched to a above the bust4ine, give .ample fullness to the front, Which is further ornamented by narrow tucks stitched in box-plait effect from neck to waist either side of the box-plaited closing. The fullness of the sleeves is tucked from the elbow to the wrist which is finished by a tucked cuff, fastened with small buttons and but- ton hole's. Tucks, which give' the im- pression of two r.urrovr box-plaits, confine the ''fullness at the back. The pattern is in 6 to 42 inches bust measure. For 36 bust the waist requires 4 of mareirial 20 inches 3 1-2 yards 27 inches wide, 21-4 3G inches wide, or 2 yards 42 inches Pric-- of 30 September nth Do your Share to make it a Great Success DON'T FORGET DON'T FORGET Free of RIDGWAY'S Famous Old Country Tea and Coffee now being held at the Bentley Co. Ltd. material ordered were not: to band. A, gentleman 'asks 'wiiy? 'the dust nuisance persists, and ".he is informed there is a lack of water. The lack inig'ht be remedied by cutting off the useless waste which, is allowed on' some of the boulevards. I Oliver alters his idea with re- i g-ard to engine whistles. Why? j Has his little screecher at the mill got .on- someone's nerves? "His "brig-1 irml idea whs O.K. but! .-why not-'pre- vent absolutely the -hideous that occurs every working- day from' each and even- one of1'the mills and! factories from about a.m.' to 7 i a.m. Why? Alderman: King is correct, there is a -disaster ahead of the city, not par- j ticularly because Mr. has re-- signed, but, because our-city has "not the officials who consider the ra'tepay.j ers' money as a trust, to be'used as. i j they wouki use their Alderman Bowman who--'" is a'.'. first choice man for affairs must .have been misquoted. It should be "the city has IRRESPONSIBLE heads for the different and .inci- dentally I might say in- eing JUST to these same ar-e more than lenient, in fact coaxing them ;jp on a feeding bottle. Every Saturday Afternoon and Night at the SUMMIT HOTEL CROW'S NEST B.C. You are cordially invited to.attend.the FREE DANCING in my massive pavilion. PIANO RECITALS by Prof. W..Eeinzernann. -i VOCAL SELECTIONS by Miss Florence Graham. COINING HALL open'all.night. '_.A BUFFET SERVICE unexcelled. MENAGERIE replete with native g-ame and wonder- ful beasts from other lands. Youx pleasure is my desire. ALL FREE! ALL FREE! me face to face. ANDY GOOD Proprietor M Aid T-. And well Alderman King might; ionable feature this jjump to his .feet, if much grit among the LADIES' SHIRTWAIST PARIS PATTERN NO. 2986 All Seams Allowed stylish tailored waist has been developed in white butcher's linen. and will. prove very serviceable for every-day wear coat suit. A broad-tuck over the shoulders, stitch- ed to nearly the bust line in the front ancl waist line in the back, gives the necessary fullness, and the long sleeves are gathered into narrow cuffs the material. The front is fasten- ed with jet buttons, which are season. The pat- is in 7 to 44 inches, Alderman ratepayers as there is in ICinj (who for a period there was as i tern Ai-lV-llCO, whole of the bust measure. For 36 bust the waist You are Cordially Invi- ted to Sample a Cup of these delicious beverages only is in the minority) there would be some fine juicy lemons handed to i jour councillors, also and more partic- i 'u'arh- some of -the city's employees who instead of considering the rate- j payers' taxes are squandering same j in useless manner. i If Mr. Editor, you think my criti- j cisms are unjust I shall be pleased to prove myself Right.. you to be the 'arbitrator. And I beg- to sign myself A child araonir ve taking notes. By the way, why is the city now purchasing Star Cement, in prefer- ence to Exshaw. which was good, last year. I ask, for information requires 4 ynrds of material 20 inches wide, 3 3-S yards 24' inches wide, 3 yards'27 .inches wide, or 2 1-4 -yards 36 inches wide, or 1 7-8 yards 42 inches wide. Price, of pattern. 10 ci-iits. GIELS' BEESS PARIS: PATTERN NO. 2642 All Seams Allowed This attractive and unique little frock is developed in navy" blue serge and is a slight change from the sailor' suits, which are always so becoming tv.girls 14; yet it has the same effect "as" a sailor suit, being quite'-asr simple as that popular model The blouse is slipped on over the head, ;and the one-piece plaited skirt is joined to an under-waist having a shield facing, which in this ease is of fine crimson :broadcloth. The sleeves are gathered into the arm- holes" and plaited into cuff depth' at the wrists, and. the buttons which fasten the blouse on the shoulders and the chevron embroidered on the right sleeve are worked in the same color. An odd little pocket stitched with red ornaments the left side of the yoke facing." The pattern is in 5 to 14 years. For a girl of 10 years the dress requires .6 yards of material 27 inches-, wide, 4 1-2 yards 36 inches widej or- 4 1-3 yards 42 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. L TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS At the bi-ennial session of the high court of the Ancient Order of Forest- ers, a resolution was carried levying an extra tax on all members, this money to be used in an extended campaign covering all of Canada, A shaft at the Beach pumping sta tion, Hamilton, broke this afternoon and pieces of the machinery flew all over the engine room. No one was injured. Hamilton's total .water sup- ply will be pumped by two antaquat- ed pumps now until the shaft is fix- ed. R. O'Brien, an old man who work- ed at the Hamilton Gas Light Co.'s plant, was instantly killed this after- noon while leading a young horse from the blacksmith shop to the j plant. The horse wheeled and kick- ed his chest in. Are you going fall If so, call and let-us show; you ouf stock, and we .will-be very pleased to give you an estimate of a cost to furnish your home. We always carry in a full line of .House- furniture, carpets, etc., and we know how to suit everybody. Terms arranged. Phone 356. Furniture Go. _ 324 CRABB STREET, Three DOOM South of BANK OF MONTREAL ;