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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta e '.'8- THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, February 4,1913 CLARKE & GO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Clarke's Introductory Sale S�"S� xt newed activity, bigger assortments, and greater values than ever Piles of new Spring Goods are ar Avaiited kinds of merchandise "for ;e use. All conveniently displayed and satisfactory choosing and spec Sale. *' "  WITH EASTER COMING SO EARLY THIS YEAR, SEWING DONE AT THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE D WHERE PARTICULARLY LOW PRICES ARE PRE NEED. riving daily, including the most arly home sewing, and household on shelves and counters for quick ially priced for this Introductory THE ADVISABILITY OF HAVING YOUR HOME ATE, IS STRONGLY APPARENT, ESPECIALLY VAILING THROUGHOUT THE LINES YOU MOST mm SI??! These Beautiful Embroideries HAVE WON US MANY FRIENDS The daintiest goods by far we have ever had to show- and undoubtedly' the best values. Edgings, insertions, headings, flouncings, allovers, and corset embroideries, In splendid quality cambric goods, heavily embroidered; as well as the dainty Swiss lines in the more sheer effects in various grades and widths to suit any class of garment you want to use them with Read the special "prices carefully and note the savings: \ Unusually Attractive Embroidery Values Representing Savings of One-Third to One-Half 10c- Regular 18c Values Swiss and Cambric Edging and Insertions. 25c- -.Regular 40c and 45c values Corset cover and flouncing ei i i!1 -broidery; 18 in. wide. Regular 25c Values Insertions, and edging in match-�. ed Sets. 35c Regular 50c. and 60c. Values Flouncing and Corset Embroider}'. 18 in wide. -15c Regular 25c 'Values Six to nine-inch edgings in Cambric and Swiss Goods -50c- Regular 75c Values 27 inch Flouncing in'very dainty Swiss Goods. These 12 cent Ginghams \ Regular 15c and 18c Values -A most comprehensive collection of pigilai'Cnatn-- brays in ail colors, as well as wide and narrow stripes, checks and plaids In more than a hundred various : designs, all imported Scctch Goods and every piece guaranteed fast dye..- :/i' ." .. Finest lO cent Cottons You Ever Bought at the Price* Worth up to 15 cents Not by : any means regular 10c goods-you would do well to match them at 15c. Finest Cambrics, Longcloths, Madapollams and Muffs, in fine'.pure finish goods; full 36 inches. wide. A new lot just to hand, included in tomorrow's sale. Finest Wash Suitings -25c- ... Worth up to 35c. i ,f Pure linen sultirig, as well as �( - finest Bellcourt- Suitings', Indian  'Heads, Crepes and exquisite vestings in n complete range of all the wanted colors. ,v : Special 25c. Indian Head Suiting -15c- Regular 20c Value An�� exceptionally goo'd quality cloth,. 'fine and evenly woven; 30 inches wide,  heavy weight, soft and free from starch. Special ........ 15c. Heavy Turkish Towels -25C- Regular 35c Values Extra heavy, strong and durable, white and brown stripes, eifcra large Eiize; towels that would be good buying and hard to beat at 35c each. Special .... 25c. each {/ Took Unfair-Advantage of Wo-man to .Extort Confession of Guilt % - Regina, Feb; ,.3.ij-rr:.Chief Justice .f( liaultain sprang a sensation m the $fif-?;:-v:.: *r\. '.^ .�� ' VW ^^^^^^MW^^^^^^-^ you how cocoa ought to .JlJUc^wiey's shows you how cocoa ought to taste. WHY TURKEY WANTS ADEIANOPLE to...:.: ,.uiir 7-/:",..-tf/ti/v.....-:z: The mosque of Selim Second, /in Adrianople, which the Mohammedans consider especially sacred. The legend is that one of the Sultans of Tiirkey admiring the beauty of this temple, ordered that the architect who conceived It be killed so that he could not erect another rivalling this one'in beauty. The architect who was a Bulgar,, climbed on to a tall minaret to escape the Sultan's executioner, fell off and was killed. FOR THE MEN ON THE SOIL Talks on Agriculture BASTS Best for THE'-'^jlai^cle's$tfpW?e be: diametrically reverss- of whafcathe) operation was intended for, toecaujefsanyone, in the least familiar witfe-the/characteristics of tile tables .of � tiief-oippers as they appear with increasing, age, cannot fail to understand that the teeth, after such a pro. ced>ure, unfailingly must show a higher age. And horse-dealers may Buffer from anything else, but never from- naivty! My advice is: Never buy or think of buying any horse whese mouth shows signs of having been tampered with, because you may rest assured that a dealer who has not shrunk from the trouble of "playing dentist," will not shrink from doing whatsoever else in order to bide any fault or weakness iu the poor creature he endeavors to sell. SPITEFUL TREATMENT OF AN INDEPENDENT This Tory Defeated McBrlde's Norn-\- inee and Now He Is Being -'� - Boycotted Victoria, Feb. : 3.-One questiop. which is being asked" here is, Where, does Mr. Fprster, vtaember, fpr. Qqjuiifc bia, stand? It is well known that Sir Richard McB-rlde spoke against during the election,- nnd1 atopargptly'i the premier considers itas A pergonal; insult ,that the electors of Columbia chbse Mr." Forsterin place of bis, can-, didate. - � 1 * , f_t], \ This feeling, which apparently emanates from the cabinet, is being* shown in the'house. .' , ' v There was a caucus today, and the only Conservative member not Invited; was Mr, � Forster.' Several .members, whose partisanship is stronger than,, .their -cotpmpn sense, declared that if-he were let'in they'would not attend,. and.Miv,Forster was left,in therlphby.; , This is not the only family quarrEl in'5the McBride fraternity.- Others are coming,to a-.head,. and before,the end, of the session there; will probably b&^: much more interesting -reading than'1 the cut. und dried proceedings of the; jhouse.  . � . v v.' i FROM*. *1)E TO PLATE ; .�;V*^^vv:�v^'tisS;j:i,i The latest fad in tbgiswell restaurants and hotels oft London, England. ;� Whole,oranfle trees laderf'wlth ripe-yellow fruit are brought ln$o the dining room and the waiters .take the fruit from the trees as they are ordered... The^ theor^f-is that- theifruit Is much more "fruity" when It Is picked- direct from \ the ,tree. � '  '. ':j � .-:a^>. t > HEAVY RAINS ARE THREATENING FLOODS Paris, Feb, 3.-Fears of a repetition of the disastrous inundations which, ocourred in Paris during the winter ; of 1910-11 have been aroused during the past 48 hours by the rapid rising of the River Seine. The level of the water today Is mounting about two inches an hour. j In the low lying quarters of the city, especially in the southwestern district of Bercy, the water has already overflowed into the streets. The Rue Watt near the T.olbiac bridge was the first to he flooded. It; is how under water to a depth otsey-. oral inches and consternation reigns airnong the occupants of adjacent ; houses. Rain, ceased this morning, in Parts itself but it continues to fall .heavily In the up country .regions., i OUR HONEST BELIEF IS THAT WE HAVE BROUGHT As near perfection as modern methods and-niaterlalBivwIlt'ipei'mlt, - Blue Ribbon Tea. has a distinct IndlvidunlUy that places,,it above'the line: , > " ' '4' " " ,!"^ of comparison with other brands. Buy a packet today and.If you are .not t entirely satisfied vylth it-your grocer: will; refund'�.yoq^(mpn'ey**t'^v�^^yj�� � 40 ;