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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBPIDGE pAI,LY HfiR AX fl; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915 CLARKE & CO. Phmc 453 The Ladies'Store Acadia Blsek Dreiisni aking at very moderate prices An Avalanche of Bargains In This Friday-Saturday Sale ^^Two Days of Rousing Reductions On Newest Merchandise from every department, featuring many new lines that you have not seen before, specially purchased for these week-end events, together with scores of items from regular stocks, especially chosen for this week-end event by reason of their suitability to present needs and their superiority of values at regular prices Such exceptional savings on thoroughly dependable merchandise have not b^en offered in this city before, and a personal inspection is the surest way of proving our claim In Millinery And Ready-to-Wear iStyleB have,never beon so much In douiht as for this seasoh, tuid early showings ot Millinery and Ready-to-Wenr Gnnnents have been entirely eclipsed by the latest ideas broughf out this month which have received the seal of approval oC leiiding Canadian and American fashion centres. Wc have just placed orders lor These Latest (YeatlQiis and they will be i>resented for your approval in the course oC the nexj, ton days. Needless to say, early showings were "entirely off" and We can promise you the finest and most up-to-date selectionR ever exhibited hero in these new lota, and can assure you that It will pay you to await their arrival before deciding on your Spring outfit. THEY'LL BE IN PLENTY OF TIME FOR EASTERriNTi'REL^^^^^^ AND'"LOwiR'"i'N'"'p^^ FORE-WAIT. ' 20 doz. special purchass Turkish Towe THE VERY BEST VALUE IN TURKISH TOWELS WE HAVE EVER HAD pE_ TO SHOW, V^HITE OR BROWN, SOLD REGULARLY AT 35 & 45c EACH This is a inoft excepiioual bargain to say the least, for Towels of this character always bring tlie regular price very readily, and it is only on account of our good liick in securing a special pric? that we are able to offer such value. They come iu very large size, closely v.oven, Eo scrnggiy threads, verj- special Friday and Saturday. Silk Boot Hose � ; ^ Regular 50c Value. EJsteptioiially good quality, black only; sizes 8^4 to 10 ins. (xin^iiau! House Dresses S1J5 i J Worth up to $3.00. IJheCks, Plaids aud Stripes, all washable, sizes ii to 46. SatiJi iind Moreen Pettiill bleached, hemmed ends aud ready for use, very hea%">' thread. Extra Fine Kaw Silk 50c Natural color, worth 75c .A. particularly attractive bargain, 33 ins. wide, very fine even weave. Silk Crepe aud A'olle Waists S3.75 Worth up to $7.00. Beautiful garments in very best styles; white, sky, rose, navy, black, etc. A Two-Day Clean Up of All Whitewear 20 7o off any garment in the store Fortunate, indeed, are the women who have not as yet laid in their Spring supply, for this sweeping reduction applies to every garment'throughout our stock, and when you consider that regular prices this season are much below those of any other year, you will readily understand that this Twenty-Flve-Per-Cent-Off for this Two Day Sale presents most unusual opportunities. 20 OFF Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers, Princess Slips, Combinatron^, etc., all included from the low-^est to the highest price 20% OFF SO pes. newest Crepes-special purchase ISe INCLUDING A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF ALL PLAIN COLORS AND DAINTY FLORAL DESIGNS IN EVERY liVlAGINABLE COLOR, WASH. ABLE, WiORTH UP TO 30c On sale and display tomorrow for the first time, 6, most extensive and satisfying selection from which to clioose, including the widest range we have ever had to show, sultaible for Ladies' Waists. Dresses,,Kimonas and Underwear, as well as Children's Wear. You'll see a representative showing in our West Window-all at the one low price. Yard Wide Cotton 10c Regular 15c Value. l^leavy weight,-full bleached, splenidd strong thread, very cheap. Fine Crepe and Voile Waists $1.75 Regular $2.50 and $3.00 Values. Made in very latest styles, long sleeves, low neck, fancy colored collar. ^ A Oreat lian^e of Best Prints Very Best English Quality A better print than we've ever had ibe-fore, just opened this morning. Double'-Width Pique Suiting 35c Regular 50c Values. Splendid soft quality, free from dveMlnK, colors old rose, saxe and white, Two Day Coi-set Sale $1.50 Worth up to 82JO' We have lower priced lines hut this re^ presents the best value ever shown here.. Great Sale of J^inbroidery 12K2C ' Worth up to 35c Plouncings and Edgings in extra, cinalitles up to 18 inch widths. -fine "e"SQ0A0R0N13IHC.M.il. MLENIPTOESSAT LEOD Ayer, George .J. Wood, Donald McBeth, .Tesse Fllmer, Charles A. Genest, W. J. Moorhead. The provisional appointment of noncommissioned officers is now practically complete, and in addition to the Macleod. Alia.. Feb. :;4.-The equipment for the "B" squadron cf the l3th C..M.R., in training here, arrived today and is being issued in quick time to the sjquadron. - The men have uc>t ihorouglilv set-. . , , , tied