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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1914 THE, LLTHBttinCE HEittALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO! THE LADIES' STORE PIWM453 Aodii Block Exceptional Saturday Bargains In the choicest lines of New Fall JMeichantliBe specially piuoliasccl at substantial reductions, together with nntn6j.cus'final weai-tilings that you need right for your own peisonal marked at lowei prices by than goods have been ot- feied at before. Make out a list of your from the items mentioned here and come early tomorrow with a well-filled purne, and you'll get the biggest money's worth your dollars ever brought you. 45c 22 lc PURE WOOL DRESS GOODS Wbrfii up to 76c Serges, Plaids, Cashmeres, Checks and Novelty- Mixtures .iu 40 to 44 inch widths, comprising every imaginable color for girls' school dresses an'd ladies' waists and dresses VELOURS AND KIMONA CLOTH Worth up to 35c Lovely soft materials- for -Kimonas, House Children's wear; big variety of colors and designs to choose from Corset Sale 95c Regular S1.50 Value Splendidly made of white cou- tll, have draw'string at. top, size 18 .to 28. Corset Sale Worth up to Perfect .fitting Corsets that suit all medium figures, all new 17ic Art Sateen 20c Worth up to 35c A splendid variety of colors and designs, suitable, for _bpl coverings, -.comforters, 'window side Embroidery Sale 5c Worth Up to 20c A few' Edgings left, but most- ly Insertions In fine Swlati goods. SUITS AND COATS f Worth up to And as good as previous season s offerings at 50 and higher A good selection included in ihJs special Saturday lot worth while seeing SATIN PETTfCQATS QC Worth up to i. Splendid fitting garments good.Quality Satin in colors Ivavj Blacfc, Nell Paddy Tan etc All unusual values ANOTHER RIBBON SALE worth up to 35c Widths up to six inches in Taffetas, Moires and fine -Duchesse beautiful qualities and including every wanted color for sashes, hair rib- bond and fancy work HEAVY PILLOW TUBING Regular ;30c value Extra heavy round thread that gives the best possible wear 42 to 46 inches wide, made in cir cular cloth, full bleached, icry ctjeap .Silk Lisle Hose Regular SOc values Extra fine qualities, strong and sizes'13% to 10 ms Spliced' heels- and "toes, colors black, tan and novelties Tailored Waists 20 Per Cent. Oil Finest linen and linenne goods lit white'only, all fresh and -new Sizes 34 to 44. NEWEST TRIMMED HATS In moat becoming styles, to The new rich Autumn shades shown here to- morrow are among the nicest and smartest ere ations ive hare shown at such moderate prices. WHITE CAMBRIC GOWNS C 1 1 C Rftflular 75 value I 9 O Made in buttoned front or (slipover stvles ehb ora'ely trimmed with, laces or embroider; attu verj cheap at SaturdaVs ,Mrs. Nichols, of Crows Nest, who has been visiting Mrs. J, G. Flobert- s ;ir, returned home todav Mrs: J. D. Higinbotham will be hostess at the tennis courts tomor- row 'afternoon, when .Miss Higinhoth- am will assist. Miss Bessie Dixon left today for itfedibine Mat, where she has tak- en a position on the public school staff. Senator De Vefcer has returned .from Ottawa after attending the Short war session of the senate. Mrs. Hugh Donnan is visiting her! ,Miss Beatrice, Allison entertained last evening iu courtesy to Miss Grace Diser, bride-elect. Some twen- ty gjrls friends were bidden, and the affair form of a kitchen shower, the honor guest receiving many useful gifts. The serving of a dainty menu concluded the bright affair. t The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land will hold a whist drive in aid of the distress fund shortly, the date to ho announced lattr. Miss ..Josie. Thomas, who has been staying with Sirs. J. M. Thomas, 1257 Fourth Sj has gont, to visit her brother, Mr.. G. II. Thorn- er of Mr. and. Mrs. Alexander Smith and' thoit 'and Mrs. Van Ats- other shoes Priced according to si zee from BOYS' out of the cases sturdy TKoed Suits, tlouble 'Breasted Coat, Bloomer Pants sizes from G to 15 Special values at ;and GIRLS'. Print Dress n 111'be still serviceable for school wear. While they; last, your choice of any-dress fri the store at discount of '33% Rylands Co. THE BUSY STORE day night, the number'at-that point SASKATCHEWAN METHODISTS being given as 155 which is the to lol- from West Kootc-nay. Tlia szv cutv volunteers from., Cranbrook were to have met this "body at- Cian- )rook, whero a special train he nade up following the regular pass engei and picking up the Fcrnio con of nmeU odd and then pro IN CONFERENCE Reginn. Saslc.. Aug. four delegates to the Rtgfrin District meeting of the StieKa tone wan Metho- Fcrnie, Aug. Friday last Lt.-Gol. Jos. received word from tho Minister of Militia to in- crease the strength of the Kootenay Overseas Contingent by one hundred nicn to "a" filll strength" or' hundred. The previous allotment was dpublcd, on top 6f. these instructions cam? the word that all available, men would be ac- capted from, tho with v or- ders to rush men'forward as. early as possible. Cranbrook and Nelson were immediately 'communicated with and arrangements were made for the troops to entrain at Nelson Weducs- ceding direct to Cartier, Qtie. However, in spite of 'the factitbat ,-he West Kootenay Continent OfTic- ?r in charge having been allowed the I rjulege of fixing Wednesday, August 26th. as a suitable date for their departure, a wire was received from ihim that the West. Kootenay troops could not move .until Friday, with the result that at this late date, the con- tingent from the' Kootcnays will he among the last to arrive at the con- centration1 camp. diet Conference convened in Hegiha morninir, and will be in seseiciL dav Tbei are discussing the np po.r.tipnnicnt of geberal funds and tiio amount each church should raise for CONFIRMED FROM 'HAT Medicine Kat, Alta., Aug. ing to the ra-vival of business along tho Crow's Nest line, the order taking off trains Nos. 511 and 512 on September has been cancelled, and the train, service will be contiued for the pre- sent. Tins is officially announced. Fall Opening Friday and Saturday August 28th and 29th We Cordially Invite1 You to be present at our Opening Display of the Latest Styles in Millinery We have an Unusually Attractive Collection of the Best Designs from the Foremost Fashion Centres .L Miss Johnston 309 6tfe Street S.j tethbHdge. ;