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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta CK EIGHT THE LKTHKHinGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. FKimUARY 12, 1911 CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Opening Display and Introductory Sale Of our Complete New Spring Stock of Yardage Goods Friday, Saturday and the Following Days Counters and tables piled high with the finest stock of merchandise ever featured by this store -just to hand by freight and express and displayed first time in all its completeness Lovely new stocks of Dress Goods and Silks, Laces and Frillings, Wash Goods and Suitings, Crepes and Cambrics and Long Cloths, Cretonnes and Art Sateens, All-Over and Narrow Embroideries, Linens and Damasks, Hosiery and Gloves, and in addition to these a comparatively small yet most interesting display of newest Coats and Suits. Many months of careful preparation and experienced -discrimination have been spent in the choos- ing and planning for this season's stock, and we have no hesitation in pronouncing it, without a doubt, the finest collection of merchandise you will see in all Southern Alberta, and one that would do credit to cities many times larger than Lethbridge. And while particular attention has been given to the procuring of highest qualities and better selections than ever the outstanding feature ot the display is the extremely moderate pricing in every line-values better by far than we have been able to show before. All the lines featured here are goods you have not seen before and are alt well worth an extra effort to inspect at your earliest possible convenience. Ws strongly urge you to make a special trip to this slore tomorrow and whether you come to look or buy you are equally welcome. Lovely New Dress Goods Brcken Checks, Plaids, stripes. Brocades anA plain' weaves in most atuaciht: incs to aitracLive for spring wear. Prices'.50c I -I- BOTH RECOVERING Time to Start., Bum and Finish Road Feb. n- was repor .Continued {rpm from -ted to-te doloa nicely this, raom- ing. He is taking -lots oi nour-. 'aliment, and rajitfiy Sir Ross IE in a i rardstcn. Alia., Yeb. of :he largen funer-'s ever held in yvas tbat of Thomas Row- terry, wtueh. took place oil Tuesday. roiineciior. with the V.P.K." He re- j marked that lie TRS miles iiom a.'railway ar.d for the1' purpose growing steers, did not desire to foe j aY.y closer. Mr. Bennett, "no Tbe ,nan diert'a' ago, the company ar.d the icinis- on February 3. but to friends ;er. from ihe-south not arriving in time, -Sir Seateu m the course of R. n. BACKS DOffX intermem postponed awaiting reply, JalJ sljjj Col. Thompson on Mali of. the (.V their arrival. Servlcea were held in tjWn ]J- II-. said that if Mr. Her.nKt's tte .Mormon' lebernacle, which'was uas' persisird in, hf filled witlj those who came to pay slriicc the cla-jse authorizirs -heir last respects to the memory of tfc of d o1 i the wesr Dr. Clar ,lr -he bin. oj tlif- Asriuith bralich e conlpany ralh. a jn o -e e conlpany ra. Cardslon. Bfnnelt's stalfmrot that lie dirt not not have tt.e fuiver fr, build oan any steers. The ttember lor fal- forrfd fcuiM lnilts tor four years has should prove ur retract his jn veal teen Eecrelary-treasure ol the town. tc.TOGt. jfr." Uetnctt then withilreu- his Ml. Chairman, I desire to repeat the varioii5 clauses Oi my slaltment." Mr. -Bem.elt and tV.e inciclEnt closed. said, aciJ it funeral, Mayor Brown paiU a gloving tribute to his worth 22 a town ofKr'al. President Wood, of Al- berta -Slake, spoke words of" com- fort lo the bereaved, and ImpresseJ o Hoc. H. U. Emnieisoii said he pjovio'ir.g for tiiaVc H rr.orc dimrult for thn rail- thp thp p........... ___________ to secure capital and do hcr.or tprmirjus. hp said, v.-prc t.ow old rrrn, j' Tic decried brotht-r. to the .Artc -vaitittg for rail- njllbe-irers Messrs..J. Y. HAM- I.ONii HAULS ivaysi. A lanJ to the value ui A. iluchanaji instanred- cases given fur the portion of it had befn Kav fro v.l.eie settlers iiaic to iopc of rc.scuin.; Card, IJro-An, -I. F. Farrdll, K, CJretn, Adam GRilu'cman, and J. P. Amonq tbe L-iouinera were ft POLICE VMiuonton, Alia., Feb. .McCoUougti, Iho accountant at the cllj- police station, wliopc naino" lltikerl vouchers mentioned :it the unoffictal ro'Jce probe at llie lio- Hco slation bst Saturday niglit, t tiered his rcslsnatlon to Uie Cliluf o! 1'ollcc this mornlilK, to take cffett Im- mediately.' Tlio rcElgllatlon -A'a5 ac- cei'le'l. PILES Quickly Cured aged IU presi-iit nd .Miss Rtfvcbtrry, all of Salt City. The deceased lenvej an mother, who was unahle to lie the olisetijlts. a wife and RIVER STEAMER BURNS AND FIVE PERSONS DROWNED Iniiant Relief, Permanent Cure- Trial Package Mailed Free to AM in Plain Wrapper waiit every man .and woman, suffering from Iho excruciating tor turc of lo senC'tiicJr name and address to us'niul gel. by ret tiro mail, a free trial package .of the most effective nii'l positive euro ever known for this disease. Pyramid Pilt- Ttcmedy. TILC way to provo what ihli great .remedy will Iinnd Us also tnp. unt you can mos1 easily tn.-apfr. HJI.V'R Hair Ileaith sra- hair to Its natural color and vfgor H Is not a dye. tl is a tonic easy an safe to -Mte. stimulating ami nourish in? tht scalp and hair-roots, Impart In? r.ev.- life and vigor and giving tha Lealthy natmal took which IB ?o t'i a vwithful dandruff. Your W> refun'kcl If If rails after ;i fair trial. TO BREAK MONOPOLY gall IxiV.e City, I'leli, Keb. II. Attorney (icncral filed EARTHQUAKE IN CUBA 1 Havana, Cuba, Feb. strong 'dunhc was fcH at 2 o'clock this I j waves potiji'lint; ai.d sold and rfcomrucndtd liv 11 Illg' spray Iioa1 an tl.c litck iaiU j J.'-thlirldge Al SUiri riio. rala. ntornlng dt Santiago do Cuba, anil cnated great excitement among the Central I'ariflc llaihvay and Us Kcport of damage bas not 1 yet been received. tildlary Pacific Coasi State lints. Doa't bt so nutting jour filendf tint jou forget kbout your aifety Tihen UlfUt- Ingfrom trilnj. Exercise Care. New Orleans, I.a., Kcli. ll.-Fivo; persons drowned Ihe issippi packet was dritnijcd bj- lite last night opposite llalinvillr. tart) miles New Oileans. it.wai IcarriCtl today. i The dead include K. Coinuns, 20 years old, son ot Capl. H. Corueaux, ami clerk oi tr.c boat, tmd W. K. Jlarrc, river pilot. Tbc thrco persons drowned v.-erc a r.fgro p.isbtngcr, Hie negro steward o[ the boat ar.'J a negro member ot the crev-'. Xnnc