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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 10NDAY, FEimiJARY I, 1915 THE LETHUIUDCE DAILY rAGEMVB CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block All this week Clarke's Annual Stock Adjust- ment Sale Continues And will hold ot every discriminating woman in this city who anxious to uake her bring the WEgest possible retuiHB, AS the premtor event of the entire year. We Promised You The Biggest Money's Worth You'd Ever Bought and the genuineness of every saTing featured and the absolute fulfil- ment of our claims is vouchsafed by hundreds of women who have made a thorough investigation of the saving propositions throughout every department and unhesitatingly assert that Biggest Bargains Ever In Fine Embroideries EDGINGB AND INSERTIONS -5c- Worth 10 and 12o yird EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS -10c- Worth up to 20e EDGINGS' AND INSERTIONS Worth up io 26c EDGINGS AND FLOUNCINOS -15c- Worth up to 35c CORSET COVERS AND FLOUNCING6 25c- Worth up to 45c FINEST SWISS FLOUNCIN08 35c Regujar 65c value FINE CORSET EMBROIDERY -45c- Regular 76c values INCH FLOUNCING Regular and NEVER tOUOHT BO MUCH FOB SO LITTLE, One bargain Item Is ju.t as important as another fn thla It's all a quntlen of reur Individual SB -we give all equ.l prom- inence, omitting detailed rfe> on account of lack of .pace, but submitting for your apprevtl the lupreme regular and tale pries. after all Is the only bsels of judging real bargains. NEEDLESS TO SAY, ALL OFFERED 18 OF THE HHiH 8TANOABD AL- FOUND HERE. Underwear Bargains In the Stock Adjust ment Sale VE8TB AND DRAWERS -19c- Regular 3ft and 45c valuai VESTS AND DRAWERS Regular 65 and 76c valuci CHILDREN'S FLEECED SLEEPERS -55c- Regular 75c valuta UNION SUITS -51.25- Regular and valux PURE WOOL UNION SUITS Regular S2.75 and valun LADIES' BLACK TIGHTS Regular 91.BO and valuei CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS 70c defeated the irgiimeott London, .Tan. gram from northwestern Prince "The Princes! Pairicii's Ufht In- antry, the first Ciuliufian. contlnffaet o reach the front, fool; lart In the defence of the Brtftfh trenohee ns0r aEHj, whlcb were tttaoked by Germans on Jinualy 26, lott Mar men killed and a, wounaed. On the next iff he CanadiBM TTU felllM while Idli- ng hia comfaar Into aad an- ther officer In report- ed to hare been The togls a nunlier of rmaa Drlaoatrs and IDtlibted eerevv ogies on a. Ltndrtura .vhlcn ad attacked their Canadian Caiualtlae Ottawa, Jan. follow- ng casuKltiee among mombera of the anadlan force are abnounced: Killed In action, Januarr 16: aln Prelerlck J'i'JgomW, P.PtOLJ. -ext ot kin, Mre, N. A. Gamble, or CommXiioner, Agra, Seriously injured: Private Albert 3yd BjtnondB. 14th. Battalion. Admtt- ed to hgsplUl Jannarr 21, irtth. tm- eoted menlBgltlt. Nut ot kin, Mr. Symonds, 841 Oxendea aveaue, Montreal. Dangerously wounded, .Tannary 21: ergeant S. Martin, -P.P.C.L.I. Nsit kin, Mr. Fred Martin, 4 Codrlngton ace, Clifton, Bristol, England. Severely wounded, January Pri- ate A. R. Baldock, P.P.C.L.1. Neil of kin, Mri. J. Bcildock, 010 Namayao Avenue, Edmonton, Alta. January 23: Lance-corporal W. Bul- len, P.P.C.'Ul. Next of kin, Mrs. M. Bullen, 972 Eastern tvenue, Toronto. Dangerously ill, January 23: Private C. J. Niion, P.P.C.L.I. Neil of hlii, Rachel Nixon, 94 Nassau street, Tor- onto. Seriously ill, January 23: Private C. R. Phillips, Neit of kin, Mrs. Phillips, 9344 One hundred and seventh avenue, Edmonton, Alts. EASY TO DARKEN YOURGEAT HAIR Try IMl! Mix Tea and Sulphur and bruin it throujh your hair, taking one atrand at a time. When you darken your hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can :ell, beoauie It's done an naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mlrture, though at home is muaiy and treublisome- ?or 50 cents you can buy at any.drug store the tonic called 'Wyeth's Sage Sulphur. Com- pound" You Jutt dampen a sponge or soft brush with It ana draw this. hrough your hair, one small strand at a time. By morning all gray hair dliappean, and, after an- ather application or two, your hair mes beautifully darkened, floisT and luxuriant. You will alio discover .ndruoT Is gone and najr stopped ailing. Gray, faded hair, though no (Ms- grace, is a sign of old age, and we 11 desire a youthful and attractive appearance, get buly at OHM with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur and look: ear'a younger, told by J. D. Hlflln otham a Co., Ltd., Drugglata. IF KIDNEYS ACT BAD TAKE SALTS iya Backache ii a algn you have been eating too much neat, which formi uric acid. When you wake up with 'backache nd dull misery In the Kidney region t generally meana you have been eat- ng too much meat, a well-Mown uthorlty Meat forms uric acid which rerworke the kidneys In their effort o filter it from the blood and they be- ome of paralyzed and loggr- Vhen your kidneys get sluggish and loff you must relieve them, like you elieve your bowels; removing all the >ody'fi uriuous waste, else you .have ackache, sick headache, dizzy spells; our stomach sours, tongue Is coated, nd when the weather is bad you ave rheumatic twinges. The urine Is oudy, lull ot sediment, channels 'ten get sore, water scalds and you re obliged to seek relief two or three mes during the night. Either consult a puy- clan at once or your phar- cist about four ounces of Jad Salts; ,e a tablespoonlui in a glass ac aler before breakfast for a few nd your kidneys will then act. fine. als famous salts Is made from .the eld of grapes and lemon Juice, coffi- ned with llthla, tad has bsen new r generations to clean and stlrnnhlie uggiBh kiduejra, also to leutnlile In the urine so It no longer trtt- tes, thus endlnf bladder. veakneM-, Jad Salts Is a life for regnlai1 eat eaten. It is pl- of H; Oitlund of LcthbrldKe H, not injure and t rfI- Putnam at Blair, for the sccused. who aniiesred fervescent llthla-water drink. j; O. Hlf inketham llmrttc ;