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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1915 THE LETHDRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Thursday-Friday Bargains IN THE ANNUAL STOCK-ADJUSTMENT SALE That have ttood the supreme ttit of comparison and close Inspection by hundreds of discriminating women who are good judge? of values are parting their hard-gotten doffari only.when aomethlng unuairaf presents Itself In the way of bettsr-than-usual value for their money. THESE STOCK ADJUSTMENT BARGAINS, WE SAY, HAVE 3TOOD THE SUPREME TEST. And women arc not buying sparingly, 'hut enthusiastically, realizing the importance; of the savings, more especially wlien attached lo the usuril high standard of merchandise and satisfying nssortmcnlH always lit this atnrc. The entire list of previous bargains aiiiiounccd remains on sale for Thursday and Friday with several new arrivals added. Embroidery 10c, I5c, 25c, 35c, 45o, Cornet Sale..................75c, 95c, Wash Goodfl Sale..............15c, ?bc, 35p; WnlSt 52.46, Underikirt Sale Underwoar Sale.......12c, etc. Hosiery Sale .................19c, 35c, 50c, Houee .Dress Sale, ivortli up lo Art Batoens 3G and -lOc for.............25c Coat Sale Suit Sale Anj' Skirt worth up Lo Remnant Sale.......................Half Price 0'oaUngB worth up to for TOCIUOB. Caps and Knit Goods........All Reduced While Gowns, Blip-over stylo ................65c Corset Covers, worth up to COc..............35c Brassieres, worth and AND SCORES OF OTHER UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS THAT WE CANNOT MENTION HERE. otherwise their training liad all that could be desired. The minister brought hack with a number of pairs of boots se- him Ottawa. Ont., Feb. eral Sinn Hughes, who arrived fiom an cxlciiilcj iijur of the west this morning spoke in terms of high praise of llu; western volunteers he inspect- ed during his absence. The physique ami .spirits of the men he deacnnen1 as admirable. Chvinfi; io the inclement; wnalher, he said, troops had not had much opportunity to manoeuvre, and others were had. He intimate the report made by the board of in- qiiiry would be taken up at with t a view to prompt action. During the morning the minister conferred with Sic Robert Eorden as well as the legal advisors of the de- partment, presumably in regard the boot matter. to KRUGER'S GRANDSON FACES TRIAL Pretoria, S.A., Feb. Grob- ler, it member or the parliament of the Union of South Africa, and a grandsoti or Paul Krugor, has been committed but I for trial on a charge of treason. .CANADA WILL SETTLE Washington, D.C., Feb. Under an agreement reached tonight tho Canadian govern- ment wfll settle claims grow- ing out of tlie recent shoot- ing ot two American duck hunt- erg by Canadian militiamen by paying to the parents of Walter Smith, "who was kill- ed, and to Charles Dorsoh who ivae wounded, in addition to all legal expenses. Lieut.-Coi. w. H. Jackson IB dead at BrockvlUe, Ont. GREATER BARGAINS Than Ever Before in Our FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE At the price we have placed upon our goods you are riot helping to. pay for any "Free Gift." Mrs, R W. -Downer will receive to morrow for Die lust time Ijoforo Loul Mrs. Iluclianflii and Masler Donald nccompunled Mr. Buchanan yesterday will rwiide In Ottawa during Uio Mrs. Carpenter, wife of Judge Cat ji enter, is a visitor in tho city whll her hiiBlKUid IB presiding ;it the die trlct court. Medlcino Hut News, the little daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Sharlanil, who un tlnrwent un oporntlon for appendicitis m tiie GuH llosyital Monday morning i.s doing us well as can be expected. .Mr. and Mrs. .I.A.W. Fraser of Jump- Ing 1'ond, are the guests oU Mr. Mrs. L. M. Johnelonc, I'ourlh ivvenuo A Chicago dispatch nays: .Milliners luivc turned to the uavy [or .spring cre- ations in women's hats, according to styles displayed u.t thti convention or ;iie Niitfona.' agsoclation of Milliners, which opened here today. BatLlee ray is the predominating color, with red, white und blue decorations. Sub- marine hats In marine blue, battle- ship shaped bats and aeroplane shapes ire among the other stries. Clubs and Societies Three drawer g61den finish, bevelled plate mirror. ,_Silx only at Don't be Inte. Get one. Window Shades White Enamel Iron Bed full size, woven wire spring and good mat- tress The Loyal Women's class of the Christian cliurch met last at .lie home ot Mrs. Corry, ior their regular monthly meeting. Ii. was de. cided to uiccb on the first Friday of each month in the future. At- the r.loss lie business meet in a; dfiinty reireali- mcnts .served. The Women's Auxiliary of St. Au- mstin's church arc :i Valen- tine Social on Mondav evening, Fch. .atli, in the Parish Hall. There will be a sale ol' calces and Lome cooking at Robert Baldry's store, '48 Thirteenth street Ncrlb, Saturday ifternoon, February 6. Ten. will he orved throughout the afternoon. Pro- eeds will be devoted to the Patriotic und. The regiilnr meetlnK ol Knox Ladies' Ud wi'il be held on Thursday, Febru- ry 4, at 3 p.m. The hostesses are; Irg. Menzles, Mrs. Gibson and Mrs. larshall; Reception cominiuee, Lafferly and Mrs. Morris. The year of 1915 opened most nus ciouEly Tor Maple-'-Lear Chapter No O.E.H., nt the first regular meeting eld last night in the Masonic hall iider the guidance of the offi ers. There was a, large attendance o .euihcrB, although regret express 1 at the enforced absence of Mr. and Irs. J. T. Grahnui, who are quarnntln d, owing to an attack of'scarlet fevei aviiig overtaken their little daughter The Ladies' Aid of (Jie First Bap et will not hold their meeting on 'hursday afternoon this week, as an- ounced, at the home of .Mrs. Snyder, ightli street, tlis deaih or rs. Snyder's father. Witli over GO present, and an enter- Inlng and ailmciire programme, the ocial evening beld at Wesley church esterday uniler the auspices or the rothlan class, was a very successful fair. The time was well filled ith readings, and vocal and inatru- ental so'los, together -with games an original and interesting character. Refreshments 'were served at the close. Daughters and Maids oE Eng- land Tiad a very enjoyable sleigh ride last night, when a party of 25 visited or iioyai "view. refreshments were served by the host- ess, "after which gramaphone selec- ;ion3 iind dancing were enjoyed. The :ime to leave came all too goon, and bn'e and ail voted that they had had a delightful time. Report for the Gait hospital the month of January, 1915 ior Thirty only Window some slightly soiled from ImndK virig; .were 75c to While they last -35c Curtain Nets A large and choice assortment. We have made two tables of these. LOT NO. 1-BEOyi.AR PRICES' FROM LOT NO. 2 TO; Hi, PER TO. PER AT rtRYABD COC AIT PER YAR We can only, list a few of bur many bargains. The store is full of them. Come anfl see. e's GreateHt Home Furnishers" 701) 3rd Ave. South. Lethbridge, Alberta. "I Eat Grape-Nuts the Year Round and it agrees "with writes a doctor, than any 'break- fast food on the is one I'lmve not tried." Grape-Nuts is scIentificaUy prepared to agree wiUv both 5troug and weak, digestions. Long gaitlfllly vtlie otarci: iella for quick, easy aaHlmila- .tlqn. Grape-Nuts supplies, in concentrated fonn, all Uie qiitrlment ot wheat and barley, including the invaluable mineral elements often lacking in of- .dlnary foofl. a tp economical. "There's a Reason" Grape-Nuts MADE IN CANADA. by 'Jancdim FMtum Cereir Co., LW., Windsor, Ont. Refreshing, quieting to nerves, steadying to stomach. They help to keep thirst away. They give you pleasure in double, measure! The wax-wrapped package keeps all its goodness in and -every particle of impurity out. Each stick, too, is separately, wrapped in waxed is doubly protected and preserved. Two Delightful Havers: WRlGLEYSi has the inviting flavor of fresh mint leaves. CHEWING CUM I has the New Double Strength Peppermint flavor. These economical goodies brighten anci preserve the moisten and soothe mouth and throat, aid appetite and digestion. MADE IN CANADA. Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co.. Lid., Toronto "after every meal" C9'j bftr of patients in hospital Rinuing ol 37 Admittances during month 74 Transients admittoi during the month 2 oi patients discharged during tlic month...................... during the month........... lumber of patients in hospital at end of month Tansients discharged during the month 113 STANDING OF FLEETWOOD SCHOOL PUPILS-' The January report of Grades VII. and VIII., schobl lollows: E. Allen 65 63, E. Robertson 59, W. Sellens B. Smyth 54, L. Parry" 53, -K. iJlcMillen 53, It. Inman N. v 49, A. Covell'49, D. Holt 49, W. Ford 48, E. Hallwprth 48, A. John Morgan of Allea bnig elected -warden of Mlddleaei county.' Ws-ttty. 4S, Wakelin