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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Thui'sday, February 20. 1913 CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block i FRIDAY BARGAINS A Budget of Economy News that Will Enthuse all Lethbridge Bargain items of sterling worth and lowest values will be ready at the opening hour tomorrow;--bargains of such excellent quality and desirability as to make it decidedly to youa- advantage to supply your needs, not only for the present, but for some months to come. And a lengthy description of the various lines involved could not more forcefully demonstrate the exceptional character of the saving, than a careful comparison of the rej-/ ular and sale prices as quoted below. Shop early. \ Tremendous Friday Bargains in Imported lA/* Ginghams. Regular 15c and 18c values 1"^ .A collection of more than a hundred pieces in as many different designs, including stripes, checlvS, plaids, plain colors and bordered effects, every piece guaranteed the best quality obtainable, 1 Of%' and absolutely fast dye. Extra special........................................... ... i v*� Friday Scrim Bargains * ^ Regular 2Sc Values Pretty curtaining in various floral and scroll designs, white, cream and tans, with handsome bordered affects. Friday special...........ISc. Friday Wash Goods Bargains -17^/2c- Regular 25c and 30c Values Handsome cotton foulards, which have all the appearance of silk, shown in all colors, in neat Jacquard and foulard effects. Friday Special at.....................................17'^c. BRIM, MCE AND RUSSIA Significant Appointment of M. Delcasse to Represent France at St. Petersburg Paris, Feb. 20.-Theophlle Delcasse, formerly French Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Minister of Marine, was today appointed French Ambassador to Russia. He succeeds George Louis, who has retired on reaching the age limit. Beautiful New Kimonas in a Friday Bargain djl CC Regular $2.25 and $2�50 values V ^. ' Handsome designs in cotton crepes and challies, mad^ with very neat shirred yoke, which fits besiu-tdfully, hangs well and splendidly shaped, shown in full lengths, in a dozen or more various fl*adU J) I: Mine: s' Conyent-. . ion Watches \ ' ' tContmued from front page). launched into a detailed analysis of the laws of value and the laws governing coirtmodity. ^ianizat)on along other lines, such as I .^^]the political field. ^'-jS;'^'Delegate Reese, of- Fernie, said N,�^jthere was only one salvation for the " iliCOrOi^erative ^tores'^ que&Uon, and that Vthe establishment of a central dis-abuting house;'also an the co-opera-basis.,! At presant the co-operative stores are: ftfrced to do business Si-ith the wholesale houses of large _ npanies,'and 'rVomB;�. fulllT', modern, !|g|$^t�and up.to dat�. mall Will Cash/ Payment Late Session Yeist?Tday : The late hours of the session yesterday afternoon were given over to hearing addresses from fraternal delegates from ptitside districts. Board member Pettigrew slammed the Mc-Brido government with great gusto, \ declaring them to be ih league with the oper.itors against the mlnersi now on strike in liis district. He urted the introduction of unionism into the political gan.'e.. ' ' Board Member Harlan of District No. 10, Washington, also secretary of the new Rooky Mountain assoiSiatioii of tnc U. M. \Y. of A., spoke bricly oi the work being done in that district. He invited a delegation from District 18, to he present at their convention to be held in some British Columbia city next June, when they, hope to introduce a campaign whereby all the contracts between op-1 erators and miners mlSSth Washing-I ton ana Hriiish .i.-olumbia will expire at the rfaiiic time. This would give thcn� great leverage in fighting their case with the companies. Organi/.er Gott delivered a strong fightinp; spe6cb, compliment-ng the convention, in. passing the resolution j-adopting the .Socialistic platform. (Which he boUevfed would in time place the workers in control. ' .Delegate .Vanattl, ot Fernie, spoke (rf:'the ,iH;nace ,o( the .Southern Europe ift:^^;.'Asiatic immigration. The stand-.'�'afd of .Jivini: in thepe (tmintries is i low, and; he urged the convention to ,>.,t^e,;step� to .educate them, so that ^ith'e^'might be raised to'the Ameri-:\Cn'Standard of Itvine. This menace witl^ be'greatly.increased, he hnlieves, '\V,ijil^' th^ otiBDinj!: of the Panama Cun- "frB'^^^'' � � � (Continued from front page). ' meetin.a;s of the council in' the council chamber; had attended many such during the year. , J. N. Carter, .swbirn, testified that I on the evening referred to he and Mr. Holmes were walking down, from, the residence pcrrtion of the town and they had met Mr. Morrison and Mr. Cameron on the .street near the Coleman hotel; had asked Mr. Holmes if there was a meeting of the ,cp'jncil that night, and Mr; Ilblmes had replied, "No, a meeting to elect delegates to go to Maclcqd." This .concluded the testimony, which appears~to Binge on'wha:t, one man can or can not remein'^er of events which pccurred 18 mf^nths ago -trivial in themselves at that tlnaj Special Inducements offered to purchasers of White-wear Fridays and Saturdays. We give Free Tickets to Empress Theatre with every purchase. Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers, Princess Slips and Drawers. The Best Values WeVe Ever Offered Embroideries, Edgings and Insertions also on sale at about half their regular value. Embroideries t h at would sell iisually at I 5c, 20g, 25c and 30c, all goirig at one price. Per yard - - lOc 50 and 60c Corset Cover Embroideries for 35c Very fine Swiss Corset Cover Embroideries with dainty piat-terns and well worked edge. Easily worth up to 60c per yard. Sale price is - - 35c 30 to 40c Corset Cover Embroideries for 25c Heavy worked Cambric and Muslin foundations. A good serviceable material and well worth 40c. Sale price per yard - 25g are showing all the New. Spring bress. Goods and Fancy Silks, Ginghams, Galateas and Cotton Suitings. Also . unfortunate Patty Officer Evana. "Edgar Evans" is that of Liculfen.ant' Ev^ns, aecone^ in command. ' 44 ;