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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'A SAtURDAY, JANU 30, 19t5 THE LETH.BRIDGE DAILY HEn.Vi.D PA^GE SEVEK CLARKE & CO. '-nii'Ladies'''^Stoiri^^'^ �^Phon� 453 Acadia Bloek CLARICE'S Al^UAL STeCK-ADJUSTMENT SALE Continues Every Day Next Week With all the rousing bargains,1'eaiured in'Wednjesday night's paper and in the circular delivered, at, your door. It's Ihc Prettier Bargfalii Event of the entire year,^ari^ Kundr^'ds of women of ek^.cting tastes and keen judgment of values have pronounced the savings the most genuine and satisfactory of all the sales they have attended. Sold oiit'lines will be rcjifiiced by bettar goods and m^ny apeeially purohased lines will be added �� they arl�* fpoiti dny to day* 80 that thii �ale will never laok new Intei-est, even to those who have already purchdied mbst liberally. Come, early next week. Extra Speolala In new arrivals for Monday and TUtaday: .........35c $1.75 GINiSHAM HOUSE DrtESSeS rtegUlar $3.60 values ..... One ol the moBt Important 8i>coial purchases we have made for the Spring season. ��All are splendidly sewn and perfectly proporUohed garments, made ot excellent quality Scetch Gingham Iti vfery pretty strlpeg and rtektiehecks; colors: sky, 'pink, helio, �51ure, : Hpnn;-:i:Mm OMee, Hlg-;\'i;nlbptli�5m Block. .J�hdtie 874., ; 6r^ :i. 9: S1 iwMONbisUbentiet, mem-".;ljet; or Rdyia Grtleie of SnrgeOfts,! XEag.y LiSentlatft Royal college ot' ttiysioiBaSf.(tidna*n,)KDIS. 'I960.' .-Honrs: ;9t18; -1*.. Offlce:. 6-8-Higiii--bothom Block.: . , ; �^:>..': �.. :� Miss l. f. mcKEE-Graduate Of t'inarltan Hospital and Itotuhda Hob-: -ipital, Ireland. Medical, surgical and. *j*batertcal nursing. 701 eth-Avemi*. iiSouth;. PhOfte 793. f , ' ; IS"-^' UNDERTAKING Ti; S, FETTERLV-lreadlng Funeral 1 Director iind Bmlbiilmef; also agent-. ; ijtor the SomervlIIe Marble & Granite: /;Works, of Calgary. Office opposite; jCourt House. Phono 661. Kepl-1 dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176.. {Open day and night WHOLESALE HAy, grain a POTATOES-Whol*;-�V$ale and retail. All varieties ot �liay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, 'iTOixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and  straw. Atlxed carloads a specialty.; ,5;$torage for household goods, etc.," 'cellar space for rent. Hyde and; Saunders, comer 2nd Ave. and 12th '5t. S. P.O.'Box 1227. Pione 1244. t^iRio SONS QlVSN^Apvly Mita-;;ftl!nfer, i#hone 783. ;#4th'AVe. S. 240^' FURB HBMODeLLeD-Dressed and 1 cleaned. Work guaranteed. Please let UB ' have order as soon as pas> ; Bible. , David Scott, Bentley Com-; Store. ; 328-0 ^.'i; ' -CLEXN|MtfiAND DYERS THE VALET-ii-9J!4;6th St. 8., opposite 'vtiie HeraW);>ai'e*VipeclallSts In theni-. (ical cleaOiing aM dyeing. Prompt . fservice .on oiit of town business. 'Call, write or phone for price list. ^phone l�i2: 21-r-O EDUCATIONAL KING KDWARP'B SCHOOL-Cnn-brook. B. g. HeadnitttreBB., MIbb v. M, Cherringtwi. ^oardlns �chad for glria. md: youiig C-httfa. '-Bracing mountiMn cUniBte. Putl High School eurrioulum, Shorthand, Sieciokrephy and BookkeiBping. Special attentlea given to Drawing, Painting, Sketching from nature, etc. Write for prospectus, 287-0 ^ ACCOUNTANT : '' s_ - _ V4!v D. WING-Aseoclate of the Instl-Stute of Chartered Accountants of ."England and Wales, and of the In-atltute of Chartered Accountants in lilberta. Acadia Bldg., Lethbridge. -� : PIANO TUNRfCr ; � W. a. HEriDERSON & coy. iiiethbrldge : Medicine Hat ;->:(^ Winnipeg vLi : � kA Chartered Accountant* ? Accountancy in all Its branches: ' Audit, Secretarial, Ad-.Cif  vlsory,. SyS^ematlaing, ijH �. and T^st.Work, Invos-tNzn E. BiXBtt, 9 Tecumseh .St;y Adrian, Mich.. iNot Well Enough, to Work. itn pbeae words is hidden the tragedy of-many ayroman, housekeeper or Wage earner who supports herself and is often helping to suppbrt a family,'on meagre wages. Whether in house, office, factory,�shop, store or. kitchen, woman should reinember thUtihere la one tried and #]e remedy for .the ills to which all womien are prone, and tlwt is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It proHjibtes that vigorwhieh makes work easy. � The Lydia E.PInkhar^ Medicine Co., l^n. Mass. 1914: January .. Februaiy . March ... April.... -May .... .Tune .... .luly .. .. August . .. September October . . November December , Young Trains Travelers girls met assisted cared for Phwic 1583 GALT LUMP COAIU> $4.36 PER TOtJ ' DELIVERED C.O.O, iWHOOPIN^ COUGH SWSMOIHC CBOUP " ASTHMA 'COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS ElLIITI A simple, gate andelfecdvo rreiimenr avoldliii druu, Viporlzed Cresolehe stops thenaroxysmt ot Whaoplng Cough (ad relieve* SpMinodlc Croup nt once. It is a 6aa� (o sufferers fram :A>ll)inB. Thetiroarrylnetbetnilseptiempor.in-hiled with every tire�th, ' mike4,^rei|(hln(; eaiy; sooihes tlie.aore.iliroit �iia,.T8tp� 'ihe coush, ��ttrinz reslful nlfhtk-.i hb bnlukb i* n>.lk.r� .win .5.0 14;; 156 152 16.n 164 i65 165 16+ 165 ICO ICO ;i(! 24 B.'l 80 1.U3 120 no a:! 11 !i 113 !)9 S8 . 10 . 12 . n . IS . IB' . "5 . 24 . 17 . 16 . lil . 19 380 Four Extra Special-Values ,In Our Dry Goods Section LIKE LEATHER SLEEVE PROTECTORS, in all sizes; comes in black only, for office or counter wear. Kegular '2')v. 50 pairs to .clear out to- |!||% night, per pair .......... 5#U Indies' and �Children'B AVON KNIT IVIITTS, tu black and colors, warm and snug for cold weather wear. Values Hoc to 45c. Tonight Per pair ..........,. Beautiful BEAD DRESS ORNAMENTS in tt. pretty range of black and color.-!. Choose from a range of values up to $3.00 for .............. wUC 12.50 values In LADIES' MOCHA and DOGSKIN GLOVES; all nicely wool lined in snian. shades. Itegular ^ it ft|% ,$2.50 values for____91 eUU 19c Inexpensive Shoes at priocG much less than uaual These TAN CALF BOOTS for badles are very smart in stylle, in blucher effect. Good wearing. Sizes 3V2 to 5. Mfk Eegular $3.00...... An unusually special value in MEN'S BOX CALF BLUCHEft BOOTS, strong and serviceable, smart appearing; CO 7C $4.00 values for____^Smm I W BOYS' BOOTS in English 'IC make, a neat smart style sure to appeal to the iboy; mannish lasts. Reg. $8.50 Sizes 11 to 12% . $2.75 SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN Sweater Coats Tonight LADIES' SWEATER COATS; they are all wool quality, in ^lain rib, mannish style, double roll shawl collar, patch pockets. ChooRe from scarlet, navy, red and tan- *5 jJH Regular ,?3.7n ...... ^CevU CHILDREN'S SWEATER COATS; come in an attractive array of plain and fancv knita; varsity collar and patch pockets. Sizes 26 to-32. Choose from silver grey, tan, cardinal, scarlet and cadet. Regular $1.95 . CLEARANCE OF T0QUE8~v Large assortment of Hoclrey Toques, plain and honeycom'b sstltch, double throdghout; all colors. Regular 40c ' OCi* values for.............. CwC Three Men's Wear Specials marked at prices to sell them quickly Great range ot MEN'S CiAPS to go on sale tonight. .Hleavy Tweeds and fancy textures in neat designs. Any heavy Cap in stock- ^ 4 An Values to $1.75.....9 I-UU The popular STANriBLD'S RED LABEL UNDERWEAR for men to go on sale. Heavy weight unshrinkable, regular tH per suit. On sale g|� Per suit............VII Men's high gi-ade FLEECE . LINED UNDERWEAR. In a tlirec hour sale. Just albout 30 suits to go- on', .sale., ^ -Per Suit .......9UG BrnsseliH KugR. Regular $2.S0 value�>^,4 ' E A To Bell for ......... 91 iOU ,BrUsselS'Rugs,; size 27x54,.tan ,and.groen,:8ffiall designs, bound ends, good- quality; Sale' Price $1.50 $1.3S section In the Grocery; Plump, Good Apples 7 pouinds for ......... Fine Juicy Oranges Per dozen ............ For the smoker, these JJ^ Hudsoii Cigars at, each... Co. 1S1.5 1052 Of the young girls mentioned above, the majority have been assisted, in some oases with money, and in others poBlticuB have been' found for tliera. On raaiiy occasions rooms and food have been provided by the Travellers' Aid. (Mrs.) .M. A. NEEDS. Secretary of'Travelers' Aid. * '' � � ROBERTS-CLARKE ' ' Tlie marrlagia of Huston lOaiU^sRoj)-erts of 'Lethbridge and Miss,, Florence Amelia Clarke of Macleod'was.iblem^ nized at the home ,of Mr, .ahd.VMi's-Thomas. Clarke, tbe bride's, parelij^ts,-on Saturday eivening last. .-The;'cer.eni6ny was' .performed by .the. Rev. A. D. Richard. Mr. and Mrs; �Roberts left on the evening train ;for -Lethbridge* where they will reside.,  , ,  bridge over the River Scheldt,over which the British and Belgian armies and the entire population of Antwerp, numbering 350,000, made their escape when the Germans Bh6'ile.d and burned the city. In succeedihg reels the city ct Termonde is reproduced, including the fighting which ocurred in and about the city, remarkably well. An idea of the great interest these pictures possess may be obtained from the fact that the city of Termonde had a population of 80,000 before the war, and that when Welgle was obtaining his ylev.-s immediately following thd attack, only twenty buildings remalnded standing. Battles Depicted The battle of Aloat, followed by the battle of Aerschot and the battle of Malines, are also depicted remarkably well. Scenes of trench- digging, of machine guns in operation,, of Belgians on |the firing line being shot; and later carried off on hospital motor trucks, are all brought out vividly. In reel's the flooding of.LIerre is shown. This occurred when the Belgians blew up their own  dykes � to drown the Incoming Germans. The capture of Antwerp Is likewise portrayed, including the burning of tho city. : In the last reel some of the flSr.iest' fighting of the European .war is brought out just as it occurred. The Chicago Tribune's staff photdgrapher was within 50 feet of this bloody war-v fare when the pictures were made.',' Out of a little group of Infantrymen-among whom Welgle was at work,^ eight are shown as they tell dead or.; wounded in three or four minute;^:''' The photographer, with, .remaj-kable'' courage, stood his ground until afl' �were forced � to retreat. ' At anothei^' point the Belgian infantry Is shown.' fighting Its -way to the front. Atte^/ the Belgians, had advanced a hundreij,'' yards a German shell can 1)6 iseeifi.'; striking a small hotiBe, blowing it ln-�' to pieces. . I , Flight, of iRafugeeB The pictures wind lip with the capf-ture of Antwerp, and a tremendously^'; impressive flight of the most anfortV unate Belgian refugees into Holland. "\ Altogether, they constitute the onliff moving pictures of actual fighting ever'-brought into, this dotmtry-ir-and be|,, cause of the existing contraei'with tlii^I Belgian government-^eobly motlo^; pictures' which will be permitted. 'i^- These pictures are aure tocreate'aj great sensation tlvroughout the "worldA: Through the .courtesy of the Calgary?); Herald, in conjunction with the Ch'I-, cago Tribune, liethbridge Is to haveii an opportunlty^of seeing WelgJe's won-'; derfulmotion pictures taken at the,V �front; which win be Bhown at the BljoU-" theatre, for three days, commenointt-: Thursday, February 4, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. contlnuou^i mm DEPICTED LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE TO HAVE CHANCE TO SEE ONLY AUTHENTIC PICTURES "On Belgian Battlefields In the Great European War,'.' Is the title of the-first war pictures actually, taken on tiie firing line. The pictures represent "the first scenes of actual'fighting brought to America, They were taken on the Belgian battlefields during the months of September and Octpber by Edwin F. Welgle, staff photograph-: er of the Chicago,Tribune, whose work In this connection Is making him famous, .-r Only Authorized Pictures P'^iaps the,most important featnre is. the fact iliat they were-ithe-only motion pictures which were autliorized by the -Betgian governm.eht. Joseph MedlU Patterson of the Chicago Tribune made :8n exclusive arrangehient with the Belgian government, whereby 50 .uer cent, of the profits Irom these pictures was to be turned over to the Belgian Red Cross for Belgian suf-terers, and thus .permission was ob-talned'^whichvwas- refused to hundreds of per^aons and fIrms -verho sought to' photograph on the firing; Hue. 'The pictures constitute four'of the most exciting .reels ever reviewed. V. Keel.NOi.Kl �i.DprlrayB Antjverp, "the City of Sorrows," showing the great TflMATD-VEGETABLE CHICKEN-MDCK TURTLE OX TAIL-SCOTCH BROTH ;