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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta paoeVten THE LETIiBRlDGB DAU-Y HERALIl wednesday. february 27. 1018 1 } \ E f � 1 1 \ t Not Only a Demonstration of Styles, But of Genuine Values Not Only Show Event, But a Real Selling Event Every department of the store featuring the largest stocks ever shown here so early in the season, and the splendid qualitv and character of the merchandise involved and the verv mod the best and most reliable manufacturers. A CAREFUL PERUSAL OF THIS PAGEFUL OF STORE NEWS WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR IDEA OF THE CHARACTER OF THE MERCHANDISE THAT AWAITS YOU HERE AND A COMPARISON OF THE PRICES WITH EITHER LOCAL COMPETITORS OR MAIL ORDER HOUSES WILL STRONGLY EMPHASIZE THE FACT THAT ITTMEANS MONEY SAVED SHOP AT CLARKE'S. \ \ F ally Purchased Lot of Wash Goods Selling at 45c i\sale lotVoffers a wonderful variety of choice goods purchased jAsomeunoQthsvago, and worth at pr^ent considerably more than^we are iVaskingtifiohtairiable at all. ^ a wonderfully attractive col* Exceptional \ Values A Big Sale Lot of Silks Specially Featured at $1.75 �i r Crepe de chines are also included in this sale-both silks and crepes of � �11 � * I ^Striped ks, mu ciotns, yard. tsmost r tores right now at $2.25 to $2.50 crepes and plain and neat stripe itLES.\PUiivW^av^. rich effects ami d**n*7''**in;ws. ( , or oUc^W ....... ................. 0�)C WHJl^*MA*(QUI�E$rTE. Lovely-fine unal- UjPLjt.y. .^Xittche^jvid^. jVery scarry ^>(XUT V.....----.a........'..... F^ElCOfcORtCMVOICES. Plain shades o� n�oK.S.4l|ink,.,oldi rose, tan., tnwiv**. 7f _ Mfcct \  * �......................./5c %IL.V: V,M*T*QUti��TTE. Very Web- ffooda. ~ nt*>. sky and tan. J 38c T Y�r5l*.........\.'. I*d^';vpfliC�^,^w paMev ami floral dens yik^ffht and? m^iwu eo>i��r? | i|A fesic yo \........................... i�UU 4*vinohe�Widc 4St* and ........ COLORED MULLS. Sky, pinl blue and black at 45c and . , brown, wUUe. a lice 45c FINE ORGANDIE. 48 inch. Very fi'he and even. Special value at-the price ........,.............. 50c 35c 50c 50c 65c Wonderfully Attractive Stock of Silks Featuring Many Special Values * \ 1 * \ _ * 4 2.25 2.00 DIMITY MUSLINS. The same standard grades as always shown here. 32 Inch. Stripes and checks. :'"( -and....................................... JjC LUSSORINE LAWN. Very fmv linen-.finish for waists', etc. :V2 incwide. .Special ............. 50c STRIPED POPLINS & CREPE DE CHINES Suitable for waists or ladies' skirt*, [jisht ground with neat stripe. Varrf .................... STRIPED TUSSAH SILK. Natural grouml with various colored stripes.. oft in. Washable mu! verv serviceable. ... HANDSOME NOVELTY SILKS. Rich plaids checks and .stripes iu beautiful coloring? For skirts or dresses. Yard ?3.00 Jo............ FANCY WASH SILKS. Xeui stripes and plain colors for-waists, underwear, etc. AIho silk crepe in matae-. pink, white and 4 otf black........................... l�JO 3.50 BLACK DUCHESSE SILK. Many special values purchased months ago, and selling nhjch below present value. *\ PA n.TS'to .......................... 6.4>U NATURAL RAW SILK, Specially purchasea and unusual value. 34 inches wide. | ikfk Eyen weave and splendid weight. leUv GEORGETTE CREPE. Shown in a splendid quality. Colors flesh, old rose, maize, brown, plum, navy, ecru and black. * Special value? at ................. ltf 3 CREAM FLANNEL. Fine pure wool and Viyella makes. Special value, $1.25 and 1.35 tS'Daiatilv^mbi'6idewed button hole stitch edges. \ Madeiof splendidtsoft nainsook. ^French* Fashion Gownl\at................. $2.00 to $3.00 Frencb^cashion Envelopes................ Si.75 t..... 6t)�vU TAILORED � COATS. Splendid coverts. Donegal Tweed.*, -e'-ges and gaberdine^ iu .sand, patty, various shades of blue, green and novelty Jffk AA SU.K A.VO SERGE DRESSES. A lovely variety of most booming styles in colors, sand, putty, taupe. Copenhagen, navy, brown, green mid Q g A A black. At .rjil.OO to ..................^UU�UU New Hosiery Many special values featured in this very extensive stock for women, boys and girls' weav. Lisle Hose, black and white at ............ 50c. 65c Silk Boot Hofle. fn all colore. Special ............... 75c Heavy Silk Hose in art colors. Special ............ $1.00 Extra Fine Silk Hoie, plain and stripes.............$2.00 Large Silk Lisle Hose, white and bfack, 6to 10 in. ... 65c New Gloves V L AH of the best qualities it is possible to procure and shown in splendid variety. .Guaranteed Kid Gloves, all colors..................; $2.50 Suede Lisle Gloves, white with black............... $1.25 Splendid Silk Gloves, white, black and grey. ..... $1.00 Heavy Silk Gloves, white, black and grey.......... $2.25 New Waists Ihe first early showing for Easter wear now on'display in voiles, crepe de chines and georgettes. Voile Waists.............................. $2.50 to $8.00 Crepe de Chine Waists.................... $6.50 to $9.00 Georgette Waists.........................$6.50 to $12.00 All Over Aprons and House Dresses Wait the Hats In another week we will be showing in our new millinery section a lovely variety4>f Fisk Hats and other American makes at $5.00 *o In a specially large and attractive showing featuring many special sale I $'0.00.-Wait for them. values. ) i f All Over Aprons - Light and medium colors. Very large size. At | jjq NOc to Apron Dresses Combination of Very practical, garmpnis. $l.f>'> the two. serviceable 2.00 House Dresses . AH sizes for medium and Urge women up to 4J* bust. All good styles and splendid to waFfr and wear. 2.75 THE LADIES' STORE, 612 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Proper Fitting Corset to Wear With Your New Gown Gossard Corsets have all the essential features that go to make up t\\6 ideal coVset. Proper shape, grateful lines, easy fit, scientific construction -and in addition gives more real wear and satisfaction for the money than any others corset on the market. Models for slight, medium and stout figures at a price to suit every purse. �TOUT FIGURE^ CORSETS, We specialist on this line and have a splendid variety for the very large women up to 3G. Q j*A At $3.50 to ."....................u o*uU Our full new stock of corsets and GOSSA'RD SLIGHT FIGURE CORSETS, $2.75. $3.50 and ...... GOSSARD MEDIUM. FIGURE CORSETS, $3.75, $5.50 and up to... GOSSARD FULL FIGURE CORSETS. Medium and heavy weight, coutt! and Q C|� heavy silk brocade at $4.50, $6.50 and Ot9U 5.50 8.00 brassieres now to hand. People's Forum * THE SMALL MlNfiS/ CAN'T GET MEN Kdkor The Herald:- f ?ioflll .MJne^," rpfcrrinc k� two .small Hiines near Milk Itiver. Mho Oborn mine and tlie Hollander i mine. Tliis artivde was wriuen by u � siibSf,:-; her ;md siai es J ha� I ho?.t: i njines were torrid io r!ua� down for i lark of urdei*. The subscriber com-: oiaiiiK M:3i. ihe elevators are handling i rotil from l.^tliuridge and Taher and ; that there never has been a shortage �foi'coal u\ Milk Kiver. The sdOHr-ribev i also ihhilcrf the coal dealers at "Milk � Rivpr slrjuld he fon-od to '-efuSt- ship- � niPllty itf oil's i'j'- r4i?.} till) il t llf* \ ii)C i really needed. 7r is true the 'iinllafiller mine ha* been closed nearly 10 month-; but notVor tack of order.". ^Ir. lJoH;�ndpr told me he was unable to w>\ men to dig hiH coal. The suh-si-rilwr Hiai.es there never h�is been a slioi-tagi; of coul Ht Milk River, f have made several trips io both ihe Oborn iiiid the Hollander mine in the pas; 13 rnonllis and was disappointed localise T (ould not �et a pound of coal .-imnly because tho miiien couM not .Set i> last fiinnKh to supply iho demand, in iJecember''ftfJfi. 1 started from my hump m " o't-lock in tlie morning und drove nine miles to the] Ohom lnin- ari;ivi�K nl. *he mine be-' j fore daylight in order to get somo coal. th;e^ luiners wer� operating t the Oborn mine bt this time and their daily output v.-as seven ttfns. / met. men ui the Oborn mine that told me they lived :iti miles from the Oborn j mine anil "Vaine there t'ory.'oal and .stayed there til thn iinrw'j:- yot rhu#caonl nut ill-? next I day. In the fall of HUG the steam threshing outfits had to sliij) iu coal in order to.operato their machines. The yreaterit. trouble is thafminern that have Ueen operating the Oborn, mine Tor the paM. two years havoj been afraid to get out a good supply of fOit) during a hIhuU Hint: Thirty or forty tons was a big pile for them, ihen (hey would stop minion; until that tva.s .sold. This \n the reason so many people went there for coal and could not get any. The Ol^orn mine has 1 II been .selling their coal at $4.00 per ton which is a hlg price for coal of that grade. The, Lethoridge eon I retails at $7.00 per (on in Milk River and in opinion Is the cheapest coal lo buy. The Oborn mine is now dosed and not a pound of coal in supply. I am very thankful that the elevators at Milk Hiver have been shipping ih coal from Lethbridge and I think the subscriber oiiKht. �to be very thankful too thnt wrote the article that I am referring to as regards there never being" a shortage of coal at Milk Hiver. An other subscriber. Yours truly. Milk River, Alia. ANOTHER SPANISH LOSS Madrid, Feb. HO.- A dispatch from ''Bilbao says Hie Spanish steamer Ne-gurt has been sunk by a submarine. Hop crew waa landed on Perro laland, one of tbe Canary group. ;