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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915 THE I, Ii! TII1) K 11) G 13 DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Dressmaking at very moderate prices Bargains thai spunk with greater force than words or filongiiU.'d siiiicments. Tirfiins thai- affect the interest of every woman williin of llii-- .-loni's influeiiee. .'Hargains in cvoiy line of liig-hesl. gnide liiC'reliaixiise l.Jinl yon right now J'of tho lioine or your own porsojisil use. Lcthbridg'c women know (lie sibuse word "bargains" receives a( Hie iuuuls of many stores. We use it advisedly, anil it c.aiTics with it tliO't'iill ol' original ineaiiiiig. So tomorrow we feature noi; only the biggest bargain propositions offered during this sale, but the largest and most satisfactory selections as well. Read The List Carefully. The Prices Tell the Underwear Mocks Are Down i ItllM Regular 35 and 45c Values. and Drawers Reg'ulir and 75c ValueB. Children's Fleeced Sleepers 55c RegulaV 75c Value. Union Suits S1.2i Regull.r and 52.03. Pure Wool Union Suits S2.00 Regular and Ladies' Black Tights SI .20 Regular 51.50 and 51.75. Babies' Fine Vests Regular 50c value. BIGGEST SAVINGS Ever Featured lit This Store in Embroider- ies, White wear, Wash Goods. Staples, etc. A foold statement, to "be sure, when vou consider Hie splendid events of a similar nature held during previous years, hut fully supported, nevertheless, with the savinjjs and broad selectlonu ot! this year's stocks, which an: Tar nupcrinr in every resppcl to QDy IF YOU ARE A JUDGE OF VALUES, AN INSPECTION IS OUR BEST ARGUMENT. Embroideries AT WONDERFULLY LOW -PRICES EDGINGS INSERTIONS Worth 12c IQc EDGINGS INSERTIONS Worth 20c EDGINGS INSERTIONS Worth 25c 15c EDGINGS 4 FLOUNCINGS Worth 30c 25c FLOUNCING AND CORSET EMBROIDERY Worth 45c 35c FINEST 18 INCH FLOUNC. ING Worth 66c 45c FINEST SWISS CORSET EMBROIDERY Worth 75c 45-INCH FLOUNCING Worth Whitewear GREATLY REDUCED FINE CAMBRIC GOWNS Worth FINE CAMBRIC GOWNS Worth FLANNELETTE GOWNS Worth S1.50 CORSET COVERS Worth 5Cc FINE CAMBRIC SKIRTS Worth SI .75 PRINCESS SLIPS Worth S2.50 HAND EMBROIDERED GOWNS Worth HAND EMBROIDERED COR- SET COVERS Worth S2.50 Knit Goods AS1 Greasy Redaced Toques am! Caps Worth up to GOc. Skating Caps Worth up lo Heavy Gauntlets Regular' 55 and Vac Vslues. Fine Woo] Shawls sue Regular Values. Curl Cloth.Gsmitlets Retfular 90trp Value. Goll' Jackets Regular 52.50 Value. Golf Jackets eEsa Rssular S3.50 V.ilut. Art Sateens Regular 4Qc Towels Regular 35c Values Crepes and Wash Goods 15c Regular 25c Values Prcnch Crepes 25c Regular 40c Values Large Bedspreads S5c Reg. Values Nat. Silk Waists Reg. Values Silk Boot Hose 50c Regular 75c Values Moreen Underskirts Worth up lo 53.00 Satin Underskirts S1J5 Worth up to Corset Sale'...... Regular up to Hosiery Sale Worth up to 35c Remnant Sale Hall1 Trice THE KING AVITH LORD KITCHENER INSPECT TROOPS AT WINCHESTER Jlonibcrs of roginienta Included In Kitclianer's oew rtnuy tli A Budget of Unusually Low Priced .ATURDAY SPECIALS That Call Your Early Attention Tomorrow Bargain Budget No. 1 On Sale in Dry Goods TURKISH TOWELS; grey while striped, 27x18; Heg, Per 1'alr HUCK TOWELS; pure linon n-ilh ends, 20x-10. Ke- Per Pair.............. -SOC TABLE NAPKINS; 300 oE them, ;tll manufacturer's samples, rc- Bulur 33.00 per dozen; 'fl JYice I UC TOWELLING REMNANTS; all sood qualities, marked at LESS THAN MAKER'S PRICES. Bargain Budgel No. 4 On Snle in Our House Furnishings Section SEMI-PORCELAIN PLATES; lii-cad and Butter ]Jlales; also Tea. Platep, nc-at pattern SEMI-PORCELAIN PLATES: Breakfast, Dinner, Soup and Oatmeal Plates; 3 for WALL BURLAPS; this copulat- e-all covering, reel in 3-ard wide, tireen in tivo yard and one yard v.Idtli. Sale Trice 9Qrt Yards iride 1 Yard Wide...............I9c WINDOW SHADES; clearance of [Ills line, ditrk green with sr.i- in insertion, ali sizes, on sale." Jl.flO to ?2.50 gO Kale Price TUNGSTEN LAMPS; bright, brilliant s.nd economl- cal; 2r, Watts 40 Watts 60 Watts Bargain Budget No. 6 Wine Section; Phone 613 Fine Old Niagara C 1 1C Port, Gallon I 13 II. B, C. Invalid Port; Per Bottle Dreiyry's Stout, per CO ftrt Dozen Quarts Ala, per flfi Dojen Quarta (Bottles" Extra) LETHBRIDGE BEER Alberta's Pride; per 9C 2 Dozen Quarts __fldiiiM Pure Beer, per 2 DoMn Quarts Bargain Budget No. 2 Groceries Hunt's delicious California Km! IB Peaches, Pears and A.p- rlcols. Itegular :J Snle Price Libby' HCftflon 25c; 2 for SI ra I'pr Tin 3 packels for ['lump Juicy Oranges, 2 (iQzt'ii for Peas, Corn or Boyns; Per can TbmuLoes; 2 cans for Fancy Ontario Cliuesc; lar Per pound Good Cooking Egge; Per dozen Duttcr; 'J pounds for Back Hucou; Per pound Lard Spt-uiui, 8 pound pail Lard Special; 5 pound pail Lard Special; 10 pound pail VWte Omou! Pickles, regular Ppr bottle Potatoeo; Pur 100 pounds 30c Pine- 35c ISc 25c 2Qc 30c 26c 45c 75c SI.45 Mixed 20c and Bargain Budget No. 3 On Sale in Men's Wear WOOL UN- and drawers MEN'9 SUITS; ainnrtly tailored models Ui liveedn and worsteds, valued lo AA All one price__ MEN'S WINTER CAPS; all nob- by new styles Jn handsome de- signed tweeds, all giz> Regular ?1.50 MEN'S UNDEHWiEAR; heavy ribbed, -ill wool, union suits; Penman's mako; nrsulnr BOYS' NATURAL WOOL UN- DERWEAR; aliirts and drawers hirge Sale 'Price Medium Sizes Small Sizes Bargain Budget No. 5 On Sale in Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear LADIES' WHITE WASH BLOU- SES in a pleasing' variety of styles In lawns, piques, restings and values up to CREPE beautiful ma- terials, basque el'tecis, white or- gandlo collars and vests, made of dainty polkadoL crepes; Just j oi them CO GR On sale for RED CROSS APRONS; made of good quality butcher's linen, cut with largo 'bib and good AQft wido skirt, regular G5c "fwC CHILDREN'S FINE DRESSES; of white lawn, embroidery yokes .Mother Hubbard styles, neatly lucked nnd trimmed with late and ff 4 values I >O V BABY BARICOTS; of finest Quality flannelette; good lull size BARGAIN BUDGET NO. 7 FOOTWEAR BOYS' TAN CALF BOOTS; in liludjtij- style, sizes 1 ffj 4 AJT to 4; regular I iWW GIRLS' BOX CALF BOOTS; in smart style -Mucher; sizes W to Cf QO Regular ......4> I -Ow CHILDREN'S TAN CALF BUT- TON BOOTS; plain too style, regular ----wOC LADIES' "K" BOOTS; 'black or tan, blucher or Imtion all values MEN'S "K" BOOTS; black and tan, vici nnd box cnlf, blucher and button; fjl Regular S6.on MEN'S FELT HOUSE SLIP- PERS; plnid Jell; Jl.r.0 values for MEN'S OVERSHOES; in one buckle style, good quality, regular ?2 9 MEN'S RAIN RUBBERS; best ruUber; Regular 75c church, "while a large number o! petition has awakened, interest l' others of the regiment were present, witness the ceremony, which was performed by the Rov. Mr. the rect-or ot the'parish. The bride, who is considered one o[ 1o the beautiful prize which ROCS to the i guesser. The Sons of England will hold a Whist Drive in the S. 0. E. hall on. Justice am' were among the guests nl the Ritson-Bcn- wedding at, Calgary on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mcllahon, llth street S., have returned from North Dakota and carried roses, while the latter points where they have been visiting .was sweet in a white frock and cai- [or the past six weeks J ried a basket of crimson roses. The (groom wore his .uniform, ,and the Rev. Canon Mutrell-Wright has re- bride was given away by her rather. i iiti Dime, iriiw ttf uujioiutLcti OQC ui the prettiest girls in Calgary, looked Fehruaiy I0th at 8.15 sharp. 'All beautiful in her wedding gown oE members antl friends are cordially inr ivory brocade, trimmed with pearls, viterf. with a bridal veil caught in a coronet ol orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of crimson roses and Nile lilies. She was attended hy Miss Dor- othy as bridesmaid, nnd her little niece, Dathnc Fraser, as flower girl, the former attired in whito sa- with baby Irish lace garniture, turned from Manitoba, and wilt have. charge QI the services in St. Angus- tin's on Sunday, Ladies are again reminded of sale in aid oi the Patriotic Fund The bridal party passed from church under an arch formed by the a words of the guard of honor, eater- ed, and were escorted to the Winter the-: home hy the squadrons." Fully two to hundred guests were there, including __________ o. _ be held tomorrow in Baldry's store, the judges of the province and other North Lethbitdgc, under the auspices notables. Mrs. Winter received in a of (lie Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's, j handsome goivn of rose charnieuse, (veiled with handpalntcd1 chiffon, in The rfijrular of St..' rroms adorned with flags and crim- Mary-s Auxiliary will he son bloom. held in Hie Parish hall Monday after- i. ihc iea Arrs A uoou. All members arc requested Lo Lougueed and Madame 'Saucier t.c tlicrc at 2.30, so that busmsss sidert ttic ,-ormer B0wncil in rose may he transacted beiore 3 o'clock. velvet laUcr in cleptiic blue _ _. p j eharmeuse, and the bridal cake was! French cavalry troop, tvhlch declined Mrs. G. W. Robinson last evening! cut by the bride 'the "bride- to let them either proceed or -return. entertained the local "Are You A groani's-sword. Those assisting with' In vain Mrs. Asqulth showed her Mason1 company at her resident. The _ the refreshments included Miss Col-j permits and passes, llie French offl- Ip.riics and gentlemen who ara aseist-' clougli, .Mrs. C. A. Stuart, Miss Mar-leer declared wHh many regrets that ing the DaugJiters of the Empire m; ian Sanson, Mrs. Fraser' and orders were positive ond that tJu-ir prcsnilation of this iv-el] known] i Mrs. -wife of Premier, with thrae other Women, left London week o to week- end at a villa In the rear of the Bri- tish lines aa xuesta of an officer of the Guards. Hie wife wu one ot those with AequJth, Theae week-end U> front Mtremelj faihloutble, and a number of villas uetr the front have been rented by wealthy offlcerE In the Guarda end cavalry reglmaota. .who entertain- their rdlatlves and friends when renting from duty in. the trenches. Mrs. Aaqulth and her friends left Calais about midday last Saturday in two motor care. At a farm some miles from the villa to which they "wore going, they were held up fcy a Austin Winter. carry tbem'oiit farce comedy took the opportunity to The Ol- was' In the next half-hour a number ol ID an jjCtiVD rehearsal, to ..c ami amusement o[ delight cnt. all among Mr. and Mrs the tnost heautiful.. eve? seen other motor-cars containing j ers arrived, and were all held uf. Kitson-BeimeU will! Among who ftrrlved were.tn9 Duchess of Sutherland and Lady Cow spent in playing gnmes, and refresh-' and most elaborate nients were 'served by tlic host and this season.' hostess, Jlr.- and Mrs. L. 0. Kane. T-ho party returned lo the city in the early hours of the morning. RITSON'-BENNETT-WINTEK The first military wedding in. ths rat. held in Calgary j Jgary Herald. u js that these ,veeteBd parties at the front aro not approved Mrs. Ritson-Bfnnett is well known of at French headquarters, and that _____ ____ in Lethbridge social circles, harmg General Jpffre gare Instruction! lilt often visited the city when hsi1 fath- week tlmt viailorB be itopped in or- ev, Judge Winter, was resident judge, der to give tbem a lesson that iraijld of the District Clubs and Societies historr of Calgary .was colebtatod 'yestetijaj at ciiuicu, I51bow Park, the principals being Miss Veni Xclthorpts Winter, iLiusiitsr ot Judge and Jlrs. Winter, anil-ScrfrcajiWIajor I Kitson-neniiEl t, ot the Twelfth Much interest is being displayed in Mounted Rifles, 'of Wihncr, 1-lis card party nnd dance to bp given j this tan ol rleit to the front in future. B. C. Two squadrons from 'regiment accompanied this evening in Uie K. of P. h groom'Sj aid of tlie children of settlers in hard la dtcumslajtcts. The Ijran guessing cum- Mabel's TVew A TWO REEL KEYSTONE AT STARLAND MONDAY ;