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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta m m mm CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES STORE Acadia Block CKhdrari's Dr�mm ......to $6,oqi ::...ls.oo^to $iKoo> ..............�2.00 to $B.OO ..A:................$3.00 up wit uoe-ohiy; our ovirii'wtiyUlt. SAITJRDAY AND ALL i mm ! m m ki^- ;- �it i ifos/ o/" Matchksm^argaim in the Pre-Inventmy Sale In actual saving of money, on merchandise that 3':oii want right now; for household or your own personal use^ this seven day list far exceeds Any previous hargain proposition we have ever made you before. And tbese really iiimiatchable Tallies are made to apply, not only to strictly winter merchandise, but to the most staple kinds of goods a� well, that you need throughout every day in the year. ; We do not intend t� put a single Item on the inventory sheets tttat we cjan A'?* lor before that time, and these prices teU more forcibly than words our determination for quick, and decisive clearance. . � ^ � . ..r . � �_- Undoubtedly the lowest prices ever quoted in this city on merchandise of very highest of qual-ity. KeadcarefiiUy: Oorset Sale Exfaraordinary -75c- Sp�ci�lly purchaiMl Mn� worth $1.50 A parKcnlarly attraotiTe, perfect fitting model, spedally- selected tor this January Sale and repre--senting really -wonderful value. White only; has two pair supporters front and sides; all> Bites. Specially Purchased BrR^sieres �:\ Lovely qualities In Regular $1.00 values � Hook front styles or waist adjustment, retnforc-: 6d" under arms, splendidly made and perfect flt-:. ting, aU beautifully trimmed with emibroiderj", sizes' 34 to 44. ' Extra Messaline Silk 85c Regular $1.25 value Lovely quality messelaine in olain colors of navy, black, cream, allce. sky, pirrir, scarlet etc., fall yard width. Quantity in this lot ic limited and the prlee so low that yoxt \Nill have to hurry to get your QCm share. While they laat^.. 09w Extra Heavy Flannelette -lOc- Our usuar good value at 15c Plain white or pink and light stripes in pink and blue, 32 to 34 ins �*lde, very strong and durable; extra heavy weight cloth, aott and free from dressing. ' . " Best Quality English Sheetings Our regular 4Sef and SOc values Bight and nine quarter widths in,extra strong, hea\T thread cloth, plain weave, full, bleached- the mostduralbledotlf you can buy anywhere.. m m Yard Goods of At prices far and away below what you have been accustomed to pay Llnien Tow elling ~10c- Pure IJnen'GlasB Towelling and Roller Towellings as well in splendid qualities;' ilanuetette Ski^^ Regular SOe value 40 inch, heavy, Bkirtlhg,giey body with stripes and checked border. Wrapperettc Sale Worth up to 18c , ?Javy, cardinal, cream, ^y, etc. in grounds ; with spots, stripes or floral designs. Ivimoua Veloin's Worth up to 80c Spiecdld variety of colors and designs in light, medium and dark colors, all clearing out , Coatings, Half Price -$1.75- Large Bed Sheets . -95c- Regular $1.25 value Heavy weight cotton in double bed size, hemmed at both ends and ready for use. Cottons and Cambrics -10c- Regular 15c values A specially chosen lot of these splendid cloths in yard width, aU representing our usual 15c values. Fine Art Muslin -12%c- Regular ISO and 20c values Neat floral and scroll designs on cream or green grounds, 40 ins wide, very desirable Sateens and Cretons -IT^c- Regular 26c values I.ovel^ oomibination colorings in floral and scroll designs, 30 to 33 inches wide. Cord Velvets Worth up to $3.B0 This includes our entire stock of Coatings in heavy Zlbelines, Kerseys and Chln-chUlas. New Cheviot Suitings -51.15- Worth up to $iOO 'Pull 54 inches wide, finest pure wool; /colors tango, grey, plain navy and black. Regular 75c values �^1 inch Velvets in splendid quality; colors Copenhagen, navy, cardinal, tan,'myrtle and 'black. - Silk Cord Velvets -51.65- Regular $2.50 value Lovely costume cloth in 27-inoh width; colors navy, black and ibrown. $13.75 'A' Great Clearance of all Winter Underwear j^* ' Quilltlfes'are the finest and most dependable it is possible to �^inarked*bn% most fair .hasis and every garment in this stock nc procure; regular prices arc now reduced for quick sale. Union Suits $i;00 .LadleB' Suits. :i......We ,�1,75 liadles' Suits .......$1.40 ''^'!�2.50 Ladies' Suits .......$2.00 jsloo (Ladles' Suite .......$2.40 too lAdiesfi Suits ..%,.. .$4.00 {fl.25 Gfrls' Suits..........$1.00 ' i.BO girls' Suits .$1,i^ ,76,ftipie'' s.uit�.;...:;... .$i,^ ; Suits JMifO. Vests and Drawers 65c fuales' values 'k.. ^.;, .55c 75c Ladies' values......... 60c Jl.Zff'" Ladles'' values ,... .$1.00 $1,50 JJadies' Values .....$1.20 fl.75 'lAdies' rames:'...,.$1,4a GOo Girls' .values i.'ijii..... .40c 6j5c.i^plirl8> yi^u*';.V;52c 7^6iQivK VaJuesfAJi.*, V.�Jc '9(te' "Girls'' valuM V.;�... $1.00j,(Jjrl^' values ji'... �Si Tights and Infants' Slips $1.00 j:adies' Tights .......80e $1.25'Ladies' Tights .....$1J)0 $1.50 Ladies' Tights .....$1.20 $1.7.0 Ladies' Tights .....$1.4C 50o' Qiris' Tights ..........40c .650 .(JlrlB-Tights..........52c 75c/GlriB'- 'Hghtfe .......". .".60e 50b'Children's Slips ....v .40c tSOc-Children's Slips ..;..... ,50c Greatest Possible' Rednc;^ tions on all New Furs FinalrClearanctfiPrioea marked'^t a Third to. a Half LUi iilSet/or.......$23.00 i $30.00 Black Coney Set for.......i...$20:00 j All other line* �ihVilariy 'reUuced. ' All; the New Coats 4t Cost - Price and Lesi The entire stock divided into tWo lots and every Coat in the store| included: LOTjso. 1.......S12.50 . Any G&at worth up fo $20.00 included in thi8/'$12.50 sale. Lovely rich materials in this season's very best styles, -v �. LOT NO.^. ., .. .$16.75 Any coat worth up to $35.00'included in this fie.^S sale.. Styles include some of the very latest arrivals-�11 clearing at the one price. . . !, ... . � AnjrSmt in the Stoifie at a Remarkably Little.^Price Just tWjO prices, on the entire stock including good styles, perfectly tailored, and perfect i& fit and shape-keeping abilities. Any. Suit worth up to $25.00 Light & dark colors, all sizes Any Sitit worth up to $35.00 CI*? CA Fine8t>garments of the season ' � vv ALL SKIRTS AND DRESSES WONDER: FULLY CHEAP FOR THIS FINAL CLEAN-UP ,  Any Skirt'in store up to $12.50 fl>C 7C tills includes our entire stock. .^Oa 19 Silk and Cloth Dresses-Two dozen new style garments included..... HALF PRICE \ Extraordinary l^hitewear Saiiiii|[;s In the Cholcett Garments of the sauen, The entire stock on sale without reserve. Prices here announced are only-an illustration 6f scores of other savings Just as good:  76c Gowns ellinfl at..................Mc $1.00 Gowns aeilinB at..................80c $li!5 Qowna selling at.......i.....ii$1.00 $2 00 Gowns selling at..........----..$1.60 $3.00 Gowns selling at...........-----$2.40 $1.25 Underakirta aelllng at ....... .'..$1.00 $1.75 Underskirts selling at ,.........$1.40 $2.50 Underskirts selling at..........$2.00 $1.50 Princess-Slips selling at .$1.20 $2.00 Princess Slips selling at .......'.$1;66 $3.00 Princess Slipa selling at .........$2.40 $4.50 Princess Slips aelling at ........$3,60 75c Drawers for____\.;................Mc $1.00 Drawers for ,80o $i;25 Drawers for.................$l.oo 60c Corset Covert ael ling at..........40c *^ 6.1C Corset.Covere'eelllKj at ......... ..-52c 90c Corset Covers!Mlll(ig at ;......;i.:.7Sq "!A}nd the world is full of cheap tHngs, btit with your eyes wide open' .'tHe iml good tMngsare few ai\raV:�lBi ? thin skinned and Jaioy.'P^ilar^: fist and 30c dozen, oik sa^e , '' ' � ' * > *'' ^ 20 cents dozen Florida Oripei^ � 3 for-  -�.� Fruit 25c Tomatoes. &-lb bIm, solid: paok in sanitary tin '' ORW 2 tor........fi9V: Coin, Pure Food, ' . This week 6 tins for.^, ' Peas, extra faady fSKM Ideal, on sale 6 tins for 1^996 Simcoe FoKk and (Beans,Dlalo or tomato sauce; ThiB wek 7 tins for... Pears, size 2, In I^B^^ AAii syrup, on sale 3 for... "tUy 55e SOo You should eat more Apples; good for your health and easy on your ; pooketbook. Wagners, Spies/Rome Beauty, Spitz, Wine Saps; extifa > fancy stock. Per Box..........-S1.65 , Smith's Peerless Peaches, 2b; ,0n Bal�- j|R|% 2,tins for.............09lf California ApricoU, size 2%; regular price 36c- OCia Now.................. fc9v � UVby'a Peaches, Pears and AvriootB on sale this weflik^ 3 tins for ...... V St. Charles Milk Pteytin .............. -Caniada First Milk Per tin ........i....... INimpMns- Per tin............... � - BiBets- Per tin ...-------....... 50c 10c 10c 10c 10c Special; Candy Sale 15 TarietleB Fancy Mixed-Regular 30 and 35o lines 9flfli On sale, per-poiund .... fiUC MolT-s Fancy XXXi Chocolates Regular 60c.pound . 40C 25c On sale per ponnd : All So lines this ��ek 6 for .....i... 150 Jam, 0. & B., 1 glass, 3 bottles for .. Crah Apple Jelly Per Tiunlbler i....... Ohirers' ^Marmalade Oiflia Per'Tiunbler ......... CUU Llbby's Pork and Beans; regu- ff of........40c Post Tavern iSpeclal; regular 20c; on sale 9Rm a for ..........a....).. fi9V Purity BreaiktaBt 1 Rm Food, on Bale ........... J9w Cypress MolasBeB, B-Ib. tins; extra tine; on sale this week ,,,..^^. 40c Store This In Your Memory! That we carry the Largest and Best Assorted Stocks of Staple and Fancy Groceries in the city; Visit Our store, watch our ads and our windows, and we will convince you that our Goods are Good md our Prices are Right. i ' Biscuita, Huntley .Mixed on sale this . week, per pound .---- Aunt Jemima's Fan Cake Flour Canadian Sardines, in oil,v4 for . Canadian Sardines in mustard, 4 for ........ Norwegian Sardines in oil; each ... ... Figs, Turkish injboxes a�j^> 6 for ................ftOC Toilet - Soap-T-8 cakes tor ..^j ft Palmeifs 25c 15c 2iB 25C 10c 25c Sch*Qling;a (Baking ' Powder; on sale .Bl9 prlca '.^ji^'A'^^Sr i SSSl^.'>.i4-w4B6' Ci auidti T^ry^a pound of andr Jaya ~ ouf .Mocha Coffee; regular SOo; ground while yon wait Per pound ...�199 ^-E^T-A Sw�et rMdas; 6d B^e, this week Afifi . 4 ^kes -fbir. ^.^l^i^^fi.699 , jSuhiarw^la;^^^ ,in~ taM,xli^a]iil^^PF�vist6ii Merchants. : \ ) 3ia51b streets. PROMPT DELIVERV-TO AbbfPAI^S OFTHE CITY. . THE MERCe IT Rome, Jan. 8.-The German government has sent to the Vatican an explanation of the MerolDr incident m whicU.it says that there is absolutely no-truth m the report that the Cardinal was ever attested by Get-man authcrities in Belgium or even confined to his own palace ox prevented from leaving it., Continuing this explanation says: "The German authorities entrusted with the most delicate and difDcult task of ntamtaintng order in Belgium and convincing the hostile population of that; country of their sinoctc dei�tc lor their good sympathy addressed to Cardinal Slercicr a moat defertential ptayer that he abstain from, any attitude which might make difHcuIt tbe flccomplishment of their duty or timately entail risk 'to the Belgian people." , ' LrEUT.COL. STRANGE DEAD Ottawa. Ont., Jan. 7.-'Four more deaths at Salisbury Plain are reported today, bringing the total casualties in the Canadian expeditionary force lip to 43. Among the deaths reported iMday^ are' t.ieut.-Co4. Prank Strange, commander of the Canadian Ordnance unit depot; and one of the most efficient officers of the Canadian permanent .force. He died of cerebrospinal meningitis. I/leut. Prank Briscoe is reported to have been accidentally killed by shooting at the rifle range. MardLakeMinmg Company's Bright Ore Indications ' The; anniiat i^wjft^ Mara lAke MinWg Co., Whloh dwns valuable claims''in British Columbia^ waa held at the' IjethbridgevHoteQ yesterday, the following offifeera bolnfe elected: t| President, H. E. Mlebach, X.C, Jan; 7.~Tbo Un ited 'States governiQent today sent a forma) mte totlreat Britain through Sir CocM Spring-Rice, the British ambassador here, requesting the punishment of those guilty of killing Walter Smith, and;;the wounding of Charles Dorsoh, 4iWo American citizens, -(yho >er4tPho^,by Canadian milltlameD>,at Fort 'O^e, lOnt., �Hthlle hunting du^B b/alle(;f;4 yicMatj(on of the' Canadian French ."army surgeons have found that a mixture of freshly slaked lime and phoapHoroua will? rpmove tattooing BO that It'Cannot be detected. Washhigton, Jan. 7.rr>AiiaBgements between Great Britain/Italy and the Nctheilands. have heen completed whereby commerce to the latter two countries; Iroin the United Statea is expected to undergo a minimum Of molestation. The steps taken by, Great Britain,-' announced in - statements from both tho British erabassy and the state department, lemedy some' of tho complaints made by the United States in its recent note to Great Britain, and the'plan encouraged administration. officials in the hope tha/t commerce with the other neutral nations also would' be im-r proved., ,. The statement indicates that so far as Italy and Holland ate ooncetned the British govenimont now believes, the danger of getting contraband ar> tides through these countries to Oer-many and Austria- has practically been removed. Five hundred men ata loaving Cani ada as reinforcements' for tho Priu^ cess Pat's regiment. . ONLY ONE "Brome fiidnim/'tiiat it immiio CnrMa CoM In On* Day. G>7ln 3 enbaR./3Sft JOIN THE RED CROSS SOCIETY You can help the Red' Cross sUiloty by becoming a member. Th� fee JB apiMlv only $2 per annum for active members and $1 per annum for associate members. Sign the form below, put the money in an enve^opp, and mail' it or? t*!'r it to: Hugh Donnan* honorary secretary, Sherlock Buildlng'or W. R. Senile, treasurer. linperlal Bank or John Torraace, The Herald. COUPON Please enrijll my iiame as actltve (or. associate) member tof the LeOibridge Hed:OrogB>!Soolety, for which I enclose my fee ot-$.v.. Kame ^ddreap.,; 8574 ;