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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta B,�S�i, THE LETHBBIDGjE BAILY HERALD Monday, Jamiafcy 2741013 CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block w � ^ � _1 ^ and initial show" Introductory Sale �/o-T Tuesday Morning, and continuing all this week The Introductory Sale of last y and the volume of business recorde added power, greater knoAv ledge, ods. We've had twelve months si -in which to construct, create, and have been most successful in satisf curing the strongest representation been able to offer in any previous CONSEQUENTLY WE CAN ASSURE YOU DURING AND MOST REMARKABLE WHITE GOODS AMD KNOWN. The advisability of taking advantage and buy for it would be unusual for such remarkable savings season. IN PRESENTING THESE LINES THERE IS ONE PLACE UNMISTAKABLE EMPHASIS-COTTONS IN PRICE DURING THE PAST YEAR AND WERE FOR THIS SALE WERE MADE MONTHS AND M NOT OFFER THEM AT THE PRICES QUOTED- THAN THEY CAN BE BOUGHT FOR NOW AT ear was immense, both in values d, but cumulative experience means increased wisdom, improved metli-nce then in which to plan a ad work attain still greater results. AVe ying out* particular desires in se- of unusual values we have ever season. THIS SALE OF THE BIGGEST ASSORTMENTS WASH GOODS VALUES LETHBRIDGE HAS EVER ing generously cannot be emphasized too strongly to be offered again for many months-if again this IMPORTANT FACT UPON WHICH WE WISH TO OF ALL KINDS HAVE ADVANCED DECIDEDLY IT NOT FOR THE FACT THAT PURCHASES ONTHS AGO, PRIOR TO THE RISE, WE COULD IN MANY INSTANCES AS LOW AND LOWER THE FACTORY. Particularly Enticing Gingham Values In the Introductory Sale Genuine Scotch manufacture-all of the celebrated Anderson's make, beautiful new- designs, every piece guaranteed absolutely fast dye. '  _ SCOTCH GINGHAMS. 12c Regular 15c and 18c values Lovely plaids, checks, stripes as well as all colors in plain ehainbray, extra fine thread and unusually good quality. BORDERED GINGHAMS. 15c Regular 25c value A special-purchase of an unusually attractive line in plain and neat checks, with, three inch border. Very stylish and remarkably cheap. Introducing the New Cambrics and Mulls At Remarkably Low Prices Goods o" this order have always been specially featured at this store and scores of women who delighted in exquisite qualities for the new undermuslins and children's wear, will tell you from experience that Clarke's is the place to find them. CAMBRICS AND LONGCLOTHS... 10c Regular -\2yzc. and 15c. values All first grade goods, perfect in every way, fine even thread; splendid weight; 36 inches wide. MADAPOLAINS AND MULLS .. 15c Worth up to 22H>c. Particularly (high grade goods very soft and free from dressing, fine thread, even weave; yard wide. Aft Sateens 25 c aml 35 c IN THE^PRETrfesT RANGE OF DESIGNS AND COLORS WE HAVE HAD TO SHOW BEAUTIFUL QUALITIES AND EXCELLENT VALUES AT THE ABOVE PRICES. Classy Embroideries Direct From St. Gall Offer Remarkable Introductory Savings We could fill this whole ad. elaborating on the beauty of this; showing and the unprecedented ;valuesi it offers. .Comparison of the sale, and regular prlceB, however, will give you an Ifdea oif its importance and the goods must really be. seen to be fully appreciated. J i 25c Regular 40c & 45c values Flouncings anS cdrset embroidery. 18 incjies wide. 35c Regular 50c values Flouncing and Corset embroidery. 18 inches wide. 10c Worth up to 18c i Edging and insertions in ' fine Swiss and Cambric goods; ' *'; " 15c Regular 25c value Six inch edgings with "insertions to match; also fine corset strapping. 50c Regular 75c .values Dantiest Swiss goods in many new and attractive designs. 50c Worth up to $1.00 27 inch Swiss flouncing with hemstitched and scalloped edge; very fine qualities. Linen Suitings 25c NATURAL COLOR WITH BROWN AND) RED OVER STRIPE, GUARANTEED A B-SOLUTELY PURE LINEN AND EXTRA GOOD TO WEAR. A Lovely Collection of Finest Wash Goods Going-at Introductory Prices This, year we have excelled our past best efforts, not only for beauty of weaves and extenslreness of assortments' hut for moderate pricing-as well. Following are'a, few of the most favored weaves for the coming season: ! LJSLE WOVEN . CREPE ...... C?C Very soft and pretty, one of the most favored materials; all colors to choose from. 60c BEAUTIFUL BORDERED SATIN.. A lovely rich cloth, guaranteed washable; colors sky, grey, tan and white with various colored borders. . IRISH LINEN SUITINGS..;.. 25c Lovely qualities, pure linens, colors are sky, navy, helio, grey and tan. . DURBAR OC� CLOTH... WWW A good weight suiting With crepe effect a'hd overstripe; shown iu all colors. Snowy White wear Specially Priced For this Introductory Event With an assortment so large and varied, all so beautifully made, and with prices so low as here offered, women who are contemplating home-sewing as a means to supply their ends, would do well to investigate the inducements offered at this store in garments ready for instant use: WHITE GOWNS. $1.00 Regular $1.35 value Made of fine cambrics; neatly trimmed with embroidery; slip oven styles. >" ' ' CORSET COVERS 45c Regular 65c values A special purchase of a particularly good wearing and attractive line. WHITE GOWNS. $1.50 Regular $2.00) values Splendidly sewn throughout; made of fine cambrics and elaborately trimmed. CORSET COVERS..... 25c Regular 40c values Mostly trimmed with lace and embroidery; wonderfully cheap at the price. Pillow Tubing 25c-30c . exceptionally '�� / - .'i 'fine quality soft .Finish cloth, pure finish free from f ..dressing widths �y winches.* Staple Goods of Various Kinds And Qualities Are Included in this Introductory Sale. Goods for various household needs-all brand new, fresh and crisp, direct from the leading manufacturers. Table Damask......65C Regular '90 value Fine soft quality, even thread, full -two yards wide. Largci Turkish Towels 25 C Reaular 35c value Splendid weight, large size, brown and red and white stripe. Hemstitch's Sheets $1.25 Regular $1.50 values Made of extra heavy cotton, size 78x90, exceptionally' good value Tucked Apron Lawn "|5C Regular 25c value 40 Inch width, nice even thread, four rows of tucks and deep 'hem. Heavy Sheeting 35p~65c VARIOUS QUALITIES IN HE. A V Y PLAIN WEAVES 'IN a COMPLETE RANGE OF QUALITIES AND WIDTHS; ALL REP-1 RESENT EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUES. inoun WILL RIGHT THE Predicted his First Act Will be to Settle the Panama Dispute Washington, Jan. 25.-Chairman Adamson of the house commerce committee today predicted that one of President-elect Wilson's first requests upon the incoming Congress would be for a repeal of the free passage provision in the Panama Canal Act applying to American ships. "If Secre-tary Knox succeeds in avoiding or postponing the demands of England." said Mr. Adamson, "he will undoubtedly also remove all foundation for the illogical claims of our people who say they are opposed to subsidies, but still favor discrimination in favor of coastwise ships from lolls which is u subsidy. England justly may com-.plain that if the canal is to be used as an instrument to distribute subsidies under the treaty, these subsidies must be equal to all nations. "The true issue for us to determine is, shall we 'rob our own people by an unjust discrimination to enrich the coastwise shipping trust. I would not at all object to a brush with England if 'we had a just cause, but it looks very foolish and unprofitable to maintain any sort of row with her commercially, diplomatically or warlike to defend the inflictions of an incidental discrimination ' caused by the immoral and unjust robbery of our treasury and the masses of the people confer benefits upon a special interest." Twelve Thousand Miles Frorti Ceyloii yet evfery package of "SALADA" TEA sold in Canada hai the flavor, strength, and fragrance of the tea as it leaves the plantation in Ceylon. i his is because is sealed in lead packages-air-tight and moisture-proof-thus preserving its delectable deliciousness BLACK, GREEN op MIXED out GRAVE YARD VOTE COWLEY LATEST SCHEME TO ADD TO AUXILIARY FORCES OF EMPIRE DEFENCE London, Jan. 27.-The British naval authorities have now under .consideration the. question of using privately owned motor boats and yachts in time of war, and the statement is made that these craft will be given auxiliary places in the scheme of coast defence. In many places oh the coasts of the British Isles the admiralty is constructing oil reser-.vo.irs, and a committee of motor yacht' experts with Sir Frederick Inglefield as chairman, has been appointed to inquire into the uses to which motor boats could be put in war time. No suggestion has been or is likely to be made, that any of the existing motor pleasure craft could be used for offensive purposes in time of war, but there -is a well founded belief that many of the existing boats, suitably equipped and placed in the hands of naval crews, could be deputized for torpedo craft in patrol work in creeks and estuaries. This would free for higher tactical work many small craft that under the present arrangements are bound to cruise within strictly limited waiters. It is believed that in the event of the admiralty, offering a subsidy to craft that can be conveyed from pleasure to war purposes, at short notice there are numerous wealthy motor yachtsmen who will be willing to fall in with the requirements. This vessel, known as a torpedo yacht, will be 100 feet in length, have a heatn of 14. feet, a draft of four feet and a speed of twenty knots. The engines would be of a type using heavy oil, and of such power in proportion to the capacity of the oil tanks that- a run of 1,000 miles could be conducted at full speed without replenishment. In peace time this vessel would provide eight cabins or nine berths for the owner and his friends, and accommodations forward for th� skipper, two engineers, one deck hand, a cook and a boy. In war time similar accommodations would be available to that found on destroyers. In war time simple but effective transformations would be made. The saloon amidships would be removed, am! its place taken by the mountings of a 12-pounder quick-firing gun. Extra boats would also be carried on deck, to meet the admiralty requirements. Aft the deck house would be mounted a 12-inch torpedo tube,'capable of discharging ' a torpedo with an effective radius of two miles. Two skare'torpedoes would be carried on deck. Such a boat would have a keel of similar strength to that of the 'existing torpedo boats, would have the distinct advantage of being able to patrol and manoeuvre in shallower waters. The British coast defence destroyers-of the Gadfly class have the extreme length of 160 feet and a draft of six feet. The torpedo yacht has a draft, of'only four feet. Cowley, Jan. 27.-A terrific � wind-, storm held sway here on Monday night. The drifts in town are about as bad as they were ever known to be before. Since the wind the weather has been fine, allowing everyone to get over the effects of the wind. Mr. C. Uobinson unloaded and distributed among the.eitizens a car'df Diamond City coal on Wednesday'. This conl gives good satisfaction. ,; - Mrs. G. E. Olin returned from Pincher Creek on Thursday where she has been for the past.few weeks attending to the affairs of her late jhusband, who passed ,a\vay about three weeks ago in Pincher Creek. A week ago Gordon Robinson went, to Blairmore with a team to work for the winter months. Something must have gone wrong because he returned on Sunday. R. Burns, W. T. Eddy, H. H. Rod-gers, and R. Coats, councillors for the surroundings districts, were in town to council meeting on Tuesday. Plans for the summer's work were laid out and some good work will be done. It is to be hoped they:will do something with the hill south of town' on the Jones Creek. � H. C. Morrison and W.1 G. Askey 'were visitors to Blairmore on Thursday. "" We note the editor of. the Pincher Greek.Echo has investigated the rumor that Fred Broulette, formerly of this place, was hanged in the United States, and finds np truth In the same. Everyone around that knew the old family here will be well pleased to hear this. Messrs. J. Bennett, C. V. Hodgson^ G. W. Buchanan, and J. Keromis, M. P.P., attended the Farmers' Uniori convention in Calgary during the .week. . . . ...... ... Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Robinson.wer,e..i Pincher Week visitors ori'Tluirsda'y. CARDSTOp 23.-r-The;# The'^outh coun-, Cards-ton,' Jail, try is''sufferflig ffom tne' severest storms that has been experienced .in this part .otj t^^-rovince; f0r gome time. The big ranches have all been forced to suspend feeding till the storm lets up. Everything put on the ground blows away. Roads-which up to the,beginning!of this.week were In splendid shape for sleighing, are now drifted and ." in place's : on ' the brows of hills are almost impassable. The hauling of heavy loads is impossible. The snow has blown off the 'high places and left them' bare. Frequent upsets have been reported. In town the Btorm had not been so keenly felt. An abundant supply of coal has been available right along, and no suffering has resulted. Cardston has no poor people and charities .have been few. Notwithstanding a report to the contrary, material for the United States reclamation service at Babb, Mont., continues to come in via Cardston. It has been unofficially stated that work was to be suspended indefinitely. A Herald representative on a trip this week across the' line learned thlt there were no rumors to this effect over the border. 'Farmers and ranchers all along the route are ma"kiug preparations for a heavy season's hauling, and for the entertainment of travellers along the way. With the coming of spring work will be prosecuted with vigor and a vast amount of material will be unloaded at Cardston and trans-shipped to. the scene of operations. LUCKY STRIKE The literary last Thursday eveniAg in the 3-1 z school house would have been nearly a total' failure if it,had not been well represented by .2-12. people. The people of 2-12 may not seem quite so patriotic as the people of 3-12, but when It comes to turning out to a literary they, have it over the latter. There were only four bachelors and one married niah and family pres-ent'in 3:12, but the. crowd sang songs, and spoke pieces, and the question, resolved that .more destruction is1 caused by flre than water,, was well debated, Kev, Mr. Griffin winning unanimously on the affirmative against Mr. Kippin on the negative. Wake up .people of 8-12, and show the people -you can. have^ literaries too. '' --i---- BARQNS' VILLAGE COUNCIL Hugh Murray, Dr. Wall urn anil H. E. Hanson are the Barons council for tho new year. WILL BE POLLED DEAD, HALT, LAME AND BLIND WILL VOTE IN LONDONDERRY ELECTION London, Jan. 26.-Voting in Londonderry to fill the seat vacated byi the succession of the Macquis of Hamilton to the 'Dukedom' of Abercrou, takes place next Thursday amd the parties are so nearly even that voters are being brought back, fromi America by both sides. One Nationalist arr.ived -this week from., .the United States,. having started by the first steamer on hearing of the death of tho Duke.; The death, however, continues,to disturb,the calculations of electioneers, for it has been the fate of the Nationalists to suffer the loss of another voter this week, the mortality account now standing four Nationalists to two Unionises.  A number of the deaths' have appeared in the obituary qolunins 0f tho local ne>yspapeis, but both sides have never thought it advisable closely to watch all interments in Derry cemeteries for. a-fine ethical,.thte^a, things mu^t not be excluded. It ha :J.- ', 'M.'Prfor: ;Eas't Water-ford,- but, as it is "doubtful if there are as jiiiainy j&st the. odd 216 Unionists in the electorate ot 4,216 in that .constltdqhcy, there, willj,of course, be no contest. ./TO ENLARGE SOO PLANT i.^ault Sje. Marine,>Jan. 25.-J. F.'Taylor, general manager of the Lake Superior Corporation, stated, that a plan had been- decided 6'n to extend and improve the plants of thecompany, at a cost of $12,000,000. 'A debenture is-sue' of $15,000,000 'was taken up iu London last year presumably with this end in view. HAMILTON MAN BADLY HURT Hamilton Out.,-Jail; 25.-i-Heury New a, member of tho board of hospital governors, and one of Hamilton's best known citizens, Was probably fatally injured last night while alighting from his automobile on ,Duke. Street. He tripped over a rug and fell heavily on the sidewalk, and has concussion of the brain. "MY STOMACH IS FINE Since Taking Na-Dru-Go Dyspepsia Tablets" � .'. --c' �. ��. Mrs1. J. Merkhugcr,^Waterloo, Out., , "enthusiastically recommends Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, Her experience with   them, as she outlines it,' explains why." "I was greatly troubled with my stomach", she writes. ,"I had taken so much medicine that I niigh't say to'ta^e i any more would only be making 'it* worse. My stomach just'felt rav?. I read of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia T&bMSi ;'', an4 a lady friend told me they were-' very easy to take, so I thought I would  : give Jthem a trial aAdreaJlytliey worked wonders. Anyone having anything : wrong with his utomach should give Na-D,ru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets ft trial, .they will dp Uie rest; My stomach is fine now ana I can eat any food." One of the many good features of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets ia that they arc so pleasant and easy to take. The relief tliey give from heartburn, flatulence, biliousness and dyspepaia is prompt and permanent. > Try on�yafter each meal-they'll inakeyou feci*like a riew pcrsion. ^ , > \ �� � 50c. a box at your druggist's com* pounded' by the National Drug and' Chemical Co. of C*nad�, Limited, MonUeal'; ' '" 149 03523993 ;