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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRlblJE DAU.Y HERALD WHiDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1018 Not Only a Demorisiratidn dfj^les^ Bui of Q^miM Values Not Only a Show Event, But a Real Setting Event Every department of the store featuring the largest stocks ever shown here so early In the season, and the splendid quality and character of the merchandise involved-and the very moderate prices attached iherlo, strongly emphasize the^mportance now, more.than at any other time, of,being in a j^sition to buy in the right markets and from the best and most reliable manufacturers. ^ ' ' '  - i, , \ 'i, CAREFUL PERUSAL OF THIS PAGEFUL OF STORE NEWS WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR IDEA OF THE CHARACTER OF IhE MERCHANDISE'tHAT AWAITS YOU HERE, AND COMPARISON OF THE PRICES WITH EITHER LOCAL COMPETITORS OR MAIL ORDER HOUSES WILL STRONGLY EMPHASIZE THE FACT THAT IT MEANS MONEY SAVED SHOP AT CLARKE'S. - .... ^^ >This\sale lot'ioffcrs a wonderful variety of choice goods purchased ii\somevnK>ijths\aBO, and worth at pre.�^ent considerably more than we are \\^pecially Purchased Lot of Wash Y . Goods Selling at 45c ' ^or litskingH^tobtainBhle at ali. I^Stiriped^reppc in wide and narrow stripes-a wonderluUy attractive coU;-U ^Icctien.tPlifii^crepet,in handsome colorings and plain and neat, stripe V> i ci^pot^n^an^excelknt^quality and good washing qualitf. All oh saAe at 4^ we k Assortment ancf Outstand^ ingW^uesfin this Display of Wash Goods E light 35c WHITE;VI01LE�.\P!�in^weaves. rich eftecti and' ri�4iHyJ�Trip��. , y QC - 50cJ�4).....\.;....... ....... 0�?g {MAfiaUloerTE. Lovelr-nnp qu�I- tCa^ORe0^yOll\ES. Plats shades oC ilnk,^. aky-aafl tan. ^ \f'mi%pl�fe. White. .........7!............ODC OXFORD SHIRTING. BIr variety of light and medium colored stripes. 31 inches'. Special '................ ; ROMPER CLOTH. Splendid' wearing "nil "good washing. Plain and striped OQI, blues.-'............................ JOC  WHITE/PiaUES. Many various width cord at last yehrs prices. S6 to 42 inches. Cfk Soc to ......... ----............ DvQ -WHITE REPPS.^Very hea>T. sood weight, .lir Inches, wide. ^Cpi"nk,i)rown, white, allce blue and black at 45c and....................... fine organdie. 45jJncl SpeclSl value at^the pi-ice dimity muslins. Th^ Sjuue .standard grades as ahvays re. 32 inch. Str.lt|ps aiid clieckn: ' 35c Very fi^e and even. 50c 35c 50c 50c 65c ahowii here :iOc and ' LUSSORINE, LAW,N. Very tine linen finish for^ CAii iff nVai-stt. etiq. 32 inchii wide.aSpeclal____-.^^ .TyVC A Big Salf Lot of Silks Specially Feiibred at $1.75V Crepe de chihes are also inclu^el^ iii^this sale-both silks .and crepes of this excellent grade are selling invpiost rtores right now at $2.25 to $2.50 pev yard. ' ' Included are Silk (poplins jn black, navy, green, old rose, tan, putty, sand, sky, Belgian, Copenhagen, plum, rose, white, etc. Colored new silks in white, black, grey, old ros^ jsnd green; Ducheise Silks in almost ty^rf imaginable colors; soft SkiotTalfetas for dresses and petticoats and crepe de chines ill navy, black^lum, apple green, old rose, mauve, Belgian blue, Mnd, grey, white, etc. Very special sale pncc, $1.75. Wonderfully Attractive Stock of Silks Featuring Many Spiecial Values Xatural ground STRIPED POPLINS S. CREPE DE CHWE8. Suitable for waists or (ladies' skirU. Light ground with neat stripe. Yard........................XV. STRIPED TU8SAH SILK, with various colored stripes...86 In. Washable and very sefviceable. HANDSOME NOVELTY SILKS. Rfch plaids checks and-stripes in beautiful colorings. For skirts oi'- dresses. Yard �3.00 to ......... FANCY WASH SILKS.-Xeat stripes and .plain colors Htor waist a. underwear, etc. Also ailk crepe iii^mai^e, pink,-white and J J J 2.25 ground 2.00 h pjalds Qlorings. 3.50 black. 2.50 BLACK DUCHESSE SILK. Many special values purchased months ago, and selllnf! uh|ch below present value, ?1.75'to........................,. NATURAL RAW SILK-SpeclaUy purctaafed and vnusual value. 34 inches ^^Ide.'4 Eyen weave and splendfd weight. .. 1 *VV GEORGETTE CREPE. Shown in a splendid quality. Colors flesh, old rose, maize, greien, brown, plum, navy, ecru and black, i mf' Special value at......... ........ 1. f CREAM FLANNEL. Fine pure wool ah(i Vlyella makes^ Special value, ?1S5 and.............----...... 1.35 \^Daiiitilyi^mbr^idenedbutton holestitch edges.; i-^Madevof splendidisoft nainsook^ -^r �^\Frenebl| Fashion Gown�\at Frencli^Fashion Envelopes. ! French A French Fashion ComblnaltenB ... Fashion i R.pp Petfleoats French Fashion Corset Covjers .. �2,00 to S3;00 .1*1.75 to �2.75 .'. $2.00 to $3.0t .. �2.00 tov stocks can bfe seen to the best possible advantage in a roomy well arrang|ed |ind particularly,bri^^^ department.. _______, ... . : ' - S. 25.00 C0.00 TAILORED � COATS. .Splendid coverts, Donegal Tweed.s. seiges and gfaberdiuea iu sand, putty, vaf-~ lous,shades of-blue, green and novelty jnlxture-s. S-'O.OO to ........... SiLI$ AND SERGE DRESSES. A lovely, variety Of most becoming stylen in colors, .sand, putty, taupe, Copenhagen, navy, brown, green and QC AA black. Al ViO.OO to :........ ...... \iwm'"'6r fi;ebruai:yji;�ll�;'J'Mu�t Make >~ )hoy would HlopmiuluK until that was jiold, This Is the reason so many stayed .there over HlgbC^nd walled UTt-);l>fOI>le went there tor coal and could til the inlnuiR got thoj'coal 'out theneut not get, any, '^^1B Ol|()rn mine has been selline; their coul at 14,00 per ton which iH a-'big price tor coal of that grade, 't'lioil^ethbridee ^al retails at $7.00 per ton lii Milk Itivor and In opinion Is the. 'Cheapest coal to buy. The Oborn mine, is- now closed and not a pound of coal in supiily. I uni very tlianki'uU that the  olevatora at jvlilk^Klver.ihave