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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, THE LETiininnGK DAILV HERALD PAGG SEVEN CLARKE CO. Phone 453 Acadia Block Three Big Days Of Most Unusual Saving Propositions SATURDAY Foal.nring flic very (.'lioice.sL Jim's ol! New (Spring Jlordiiiudisr lluil vim need right, now ior Ilic home or your enrly spring' sewing, ul, prices away under value. PRICES these are telling prices, absolutely iniiiiiilcli- ablc in any other store in this city, shown jn the largest and niosl com- plete selections within your reach nnd finalities in Every instance, tip to tlie high standard of all goods Mi iil gain Emission to (his store. 6Sc CAMBRIC Regular value And better tlmu ?LOO values oC previous years; made ol splendid CanVhrlc, laco trimmed. slip- over full in body. LARGE TURKISH Regular 50c values 35c White and browns, ixrlra large, and heavy weights, Tory strong and durable, 35c or 6uc per pair. CREPES AND COTTON C- Regular 25c valusfi BOSS Plain ivliite, neat sLripvs and floral 27 Inches wide, all guaranteed to wash perfectly; extra special for three days. 25c FINEST ART Regular 35 and 40c values Beautiful combination colorings in slty. pink, old rose, hello and green, in graceful floral and scroll designs. 18-INCH Worth up to 40c 15c Beautiful qualities including Widths up to IS Inches, fine Swiss goods, ball edges and very firm scalloped edges; the best we've ever seen nt the-money.- SATIN AND MOREEN PETTICOATS 4 Worth 'up to ...................9 OU Exceptionally good qualities in colors paddy, nell rose, helio, mustard, navy, shy, pink and iblack. Leas than coat of FINE SILK BOOT Worth 50c per pair 35c Shown in black only; si7.es very cheap at this sale price. t.o 10 inches; RAW SILK Regular values Made of splendid quality natural silk; long aleeves, drop shoulder, all sizes. EXTRAORDINARY CORSET Regular and values Perfect fitting models splendidly made, inforced aver abdomen. Sizes 18 to 28. CAMBRIC CORSET Regular 50o valuei A specially purchased line of splendid Quality Cambric and elaborate Ipce trimming. FINE MESSELAINE Extra good dependable quality ......9 I A new line just to hand, full yard wide; colors navy, iblack, cardinal, hello, sky, pink cream etu. 45" FLOUNCING Regular and values Lovely fine Swiss goods in most elaborate de- sign, suitable for dresses or underwear. Just a limited duautily left. DRESSMAKING At very moderate prices and woi-li fully guaranteed Dresses....... to Skirts to to Children's Dresses up use only our own materials. EXTRA SPECIALS tn Staple Merchandise THAT YOU NEED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR. APRON Inches wide, blue and white checks, guaranteed t'agt dye. 15c, 20c and 2o PADDED SILENCE inches ivlclc, extra quality. Special WHITE Fine saxony in splendid weight, pert'ectly pure and free from dressing. Specials at and 2fle AWNING Splendid weiBUl, green and white stripe. Special 35c HEAVY heavy iveiglit, verr close weave, guaranteed to hold feathers. Special 30i: FACTORY indies wide, very 1'iae unbleached. Special 15c BUTTER fine futility, pure white: 34 inches -wide. Special 5e CANTON Bleached or unbleached, 26" and 2S" respecfivejy, splendid weight. Special 15c WHITE TABLE Superior quality soft and snlemlfd to Tvcar; yard and a quarter and yard and. a lialf. Special 35 and 45c 42" EMBROIDERY Very fine and soft, just the thing for klmona, gowns, underwear, etc. Special 20 and 25c LINEN Inches wide, pure linen circular weave, very fine nullity. Special COTTON various qualities, 40 to 48 inches N'ide. Special 25 and 35c CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Otluitti, Feb. niiik's fur the coiiiiiit; in Uic uroviifc ior ;L total Dili- UMT, uiailc I- wo surli -liriuliuii of amount voted in bulb main aii.ll suji- j slil) to come, tliis KL'.'Jsioii' i tlioscj of last year. rxcIuKivf ICL- oi the fi-i" I Of till? wain lal-lcil !night mi- foi cd iiiiitl account, ;t ilmi-asc oi :i lil- lie over leu miHimis from yrar. j Capital ;iLCo1ml uital Tlic primipul in rurn'iil ac- 1 i-uuiiL expenditure for inlurc-hl on pui'.'ic The ntrrrayc lliis 1 Lululs nearly misij millions. On public wurkK there i1-; ihri'i-Msc of a litillr, over fourteen lijillinns migration (Icpartuu-m lia Uii- trades' and ilcp.irlmiMiL the lisiu'nc.s I mill militia and. (iciVuKi1 l-.y This hist dccrcMSi'. is dus iiiainly lo the suil'hmu; of Ihi; expen- ditures to Ihc war fund ac- count. Tlic ilorn oi for rui- niial drill is cut oul thrrc is a reduction ut in Liu; a lotcd (or c.idct ;ind oi 000 for clothing Oi flic inci pnlhndc spcvclics t- ID the principles underlying llritish empire. Those uf (icniian origin midfiuljli'dh' luul IXTII in diilVrcnl position. Sir Kob- i-rt ii-fi'ircd lo the. loss ol Hon. M, It. Kimiiersoii, Ccoi'f iiiul .Major Ht-aLtie. Kulcmiig to the (hat IK' had nuulc njx't'CliL'K during the recess, pOLiiluiK out that the eiuaC ol Llic war sec a readjustment of I relations oE Uic Dominion lo the c ph'f, Sir KoU-rl .s.-iiil iliiit lie Uoi be the lasL one lu advocate any s'ys- tt'iii which, would derive the .selt- eincr( doiiiinions of the control their own auairti. lie did not he iliut in ;my Matnncnls he hail ina-dc he bad ever front' luctlicr llian Sir Wilfrid Laiiriui had cightcon ago wjicn said "If you desire our VOUL conk'ifei Sir HoliciL as id call us 's peL'oratiou (.'anatl.i by Ihc thrill of llic call lo defend our cinpiri wen1 ciMiv.'ioiis tif an inilnnico ami an L'uiolion iuiinilcly inoie commanding L-oiuiicHiiiH Ibgn that of the ma- lt: rial interests which had so closely absorbed our attention. AVherrvrr Ihc peril was Lrnly the responses to the call most clearly maniiesl. Luppily have been spared tbo Icmpc.st of (icatb and lire, and ile- .st-ruciion ivhicji lias dcvasLalirl Bel- gium, but we have sren and we shall si ill sec our liPbl. and our bravest forth to battte in a righteous cause for which some: shall yield up their lives. the searching oi spirit vliick has come, to us in these solemn days, WP have seen and felt 1-hc noul of nation pioitnuully moved stir- ictl as never before in all our his- "The evenly oi the iinsl six months mark ;i nciv staiie in our nationhoml, ;i neiv cfiapler in the book of our destiny has bean opened. The strength of our empire hound by the tics ol liberty and autonomous stll-govcrii- inent has been tested and it has held firm and true. In no respect have the expectations of the Prussian auto- gicat dominions have sone and will .still go forth the free manhood of a greiii empire to hght lor a cause which involves not alone our instLtu- (ions, our freeilotu and our destinv, hilt those- of the world Fighting io such a cause, we do not, we dare "oas lo iigriculim-c, ui'.-1'uliiii Si [more aid to :tlic pinvmurs for I cultural instruction, and Sl'iil.OOO 'more for iln: devehipincm Uic live- 1 stock industry. The diicf items oi capital expenditure on public j and raihvays cjnulK incJudcs for the liiU'.r.-oiouial railway; for Uie i'rinCL' Kilward Isl- and railway; for the Hud- son's Uay railv.'ay foi the National Tronscontinrnial 000 for the sri.fiiW.OOn for the canal >or I canals gcnenilly, aud a total of to continue Uic works alri-iuly under way at F.-sijuimall, Halifax, Port Arthur, (Juchcc, SI. Jolm, Tor- Vancouver, Vicioria and other cracy been more utterly disappointed harbors. Very Few works of Rntl'falsified than this. From these any kind are being under I alien, but funds ale provided in rvcry case, to continue work already liegun of prom- ised. Votes for public Miiblinds in the west include Winnipeg barracks, do- minion building, improvements, re- noti doubt the pairs, etc., drill Jiall new, immigration S40.000 iKirlh drill' hall S70.00Q postal postal station "0" postal staMcn "D" Sifi.OOO. i SASKATCHEWAN" I Batile'ford public building improve-' incuts, Canora, public build- jag, Head, forestry branch, public building, jaw, cus- toms examining immigration hall, new pub- 'lic building, Prince Albert, i drill hall, Rcgina, -armoty drill hall, accommoda- tion for associate recpii-er-gciiernl, customs examining ware- house, Uosthcni SiO.'jiJO Saskatoon. toms warehouse, drill hall, neir public build- ing Swift Current drill hall, public building, SoO.OOO Wadena public builriing, ALBBllTA Athabasca new puhlic building, Dassano, public building, for L. H. Jelliil, of Haley, is spending a few days at his city home, 12th St. S. Judge and ISTrs. Jackson and 3 W. H. Maries, oi Lethbridge, arc in town hear Forbes-Roberts en am public arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al- cus- hcrfi West, Twenty-second avenue. Calgary Herald. Invitlous have been issued for the last "Mason's" dance of the season by Lodge No. 39. A.F. A.M. to be held on Tuesday, February 16- Giigkell's orchestra have been engag- ed and the ladies of the Maple Leaf Chapter of the Order of the Eastern ns_} Star will provide refreshments. Kislaiit receiver-general, cus- toms cxaminins; warehouse, A very pleasing social evening was drill Jluy.bQO headquarters For enjoyed last evening .in Westminster forestry and irrisittion branches, dc- iiarsonagc, when Rev. and Mrs. Fran- IHiitmeut oi interior building cis entertained the choir, 29 being new post- oflice site and building, present.. A toast list and program 5110.00U Dominion buildings im- during the banquet made the evening prnvcments, repairs, etc., VCLT for all. The following Edmonton pose office was the program customs ware- King, Mrs. and house, new drill hall, Ztliss .E. Watscn. 000. Grande Prairie, iinnu'gratif'.t hall, High builuins, tiOO. building, bniltl- Hiano Kay. Allies, Mr, Bruce, Miss Leah Simrn. j Whittal' Mr. Jacksoh, Wall work. Leah Bimm. Mr. Wilfrid Thursday Store News NOT MANY EACH ONE WORTHY OF YOL'R VERY SPECIAL CONSIDERATION. QUANTITIES IN MOST CASES ARE SHOP EARLY. I Showing ol! New Prints JUKI olicnpd of yiinls of Prints, rojil, fluo, durable fabric and in faaL colors; full HO and iil im'heK wide. Light and darl: colurs. Ciiooso from -DO 4 AM doslffns lornormii1 ill, per yartl I U V Istanlield's Underwear For Suit V_________________________ Sianficld's all AVool Underwear for suits in ibf.s clearing lot. On sain nt suit.............. Men's Hose Supporters L. All colors in Ihesc Hose Supporters, fine quality Very Special 25c To bring them speedy clearance, these Remarkably Low Prices on FOOTWEAR Ladies' Shoes 11'. pairs of Ladies' Shoes la lliis final con- sists of irunmotul and vici kid in nlsaEing lasts. C1 7d nrgulnr values up to 9.1 I.' Ladies' House Slippers 80c 12 pairs of these Ladlos' House Slippers, fine Quality fur trimmings; sizes and 3 only. The regular price was 31.50. Sale Price OU.V Men's Felt Slippers 75c 12 pairs ol these Men's Felt HOUBB Slippers, neat pliid designs; Marm and comfortable. Regular duality on sale for............................ C'ocoaiuit Fibre Matting Bugs Quality Marked at 95c These Cocoauut Fibre Rugs, size 45x72, with neat colored border on sides, two colored centre, makes a splendid' kitch- en rug. Regular quality. Just 30 on sale at I Fii'tj ii'ty Beautiful Lingerie Waists ALL ADVANCE SPRING embroidered rolle. cross bnr, rice cloths and many other sheer fabric Blouses have been with UB but a short time. These blouses feature the new High Military Collar, dainty vest, long sleeve, turned up 'cuff. Regular J2.25 values..................... Grocery Section-Phone 313 We have just opened up our New Spring Supply of Garden Seeds, both Vegetable and Flowers. Make your Belectlona while the range is complete. Oros'se .Blackwell Jams............30C Scout Salmon, 2 cans -25C Old Country Ginger Snaps, per pound. -20C Fresh Ground Coffee, 3 pounds Hudson's Bay Co. public building, adili- Toast The Choice, tion, Sitam, Annett. Red building, N'allworfc. Toast Westminster Church, Mr. Wcstcott. Mr. Shaw. i building Slott. The position taken by the leaders Annett. loPtliD two parties in liicir replies to I the iroiu the Throne denotes The Women's Missionary society of that tbc session will be non-conteii- the First Baptist church will have tious. charge of the prayer meeting to be Referring to the position of xhc op- held in the church tonight. The position in to Hie war, Sir jcct- for discussion will fee South Am- Wilfrid said that the Liberals had erica, i said at the outset that they would the war policy Of The regular monthly meeting the Imcnt. They would do-all in Jieiu pow- Woman's Missionary society of Knox I er to facifilatc the heavy task of the church was held last evening, with a i This had been adhered, good attendnnce. An interesting part i the opposition was prepar- of tbc program was a paper on foil to give the government sup- "Christianity's to Non-Christian port to which they arc entitled. At by Mrs. Higinliotham, and the same time the people were en- a leading on "Superstition Among titled to have lull statements relating by Mfss Herringer. io the expenditure of the fifty mil-j Jion dollars Js.it August. Thu A meeting of the W. A. cf. St. Cy- Canailian people hat! been generous prinn's church will be held in the ivith their money. The opposition, parish room tomorrow at 3 o'clock, while believing that the ministers liavo made mistakes, are not. disposed I The regular meeting of the to critical. It would be too macb men's CJMC Club :vill be held in. the lo expect that no mistakes would Y.M.C.A. auditorium Thursday after- occur. It was known, however, that noon at four o'clock, and all in adilitlon to misiakes, frauds have tickets ior tlie card party are re- LC2n comniitlEiI to the injury of the quested lo turn in their money so health and efficiency of the conting- that the business can be straightened cnt, I up. The card party and dance was Sir Robed .Burden, in continuing distinct success, though inclement tlic debate, to the set- weather reduced the attendance. JSJfe V.id I Only Uiliutr, lo at the mover I Whenever you Cool a cold coming on. and seconder. TJle vorv fact that the lllc tjl1 nnme. LAXATIVE -itni'sii nsrman Canaiirn U11OA1O QUININE, l-ook for slsna- Ifcncli Canadian, Ibd p- w- on bos- 2Sc- NNETTE KELLERMAN SCORING AT MAJESTIC Another well filled house enjoyttl lie superb production, ot "Neptune's Daughter" at the Majestic last night, nd the captivating artistry of An- ette KelJerman was again the subject f much favorable cbniinent. It is as- jsurediy the finest motion picture at- traction that Lethbridge theatre- goers have ever had the privilege of, witnessing, ud a rlalt to the Uajtfltlo dnrlng the run. ot fllnu IB decidedly worth wbile. Manifer Brown of the Majestic is to be con- gratulated on bis enterprise in brief- ing this "big city" production and it IB apparent that hie efforts been amply repaid. The enfagerient l continue for today and tomorrow only, with, dally matinees, and ieatw may be reaerved for an at the Hedley Drue Co. GARDEN TRACTS Cash and per month PER ACRE The Closest In Acre Tracts on the Market These Acre Tracts are practically level, have lull water, rigbt, and are in splendid condition for gardeq purposes this year. are located only half i.mlle from the city limits. You can't afford to miss the opportunity of securing at one ot these choice acre tracts while you MD buy on such easy caslt and' pur monlh. Apply H. Galvin 321 5lh Open Eveningt. Phone 1425. Lcthbrldge, ;