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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGER1X THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. JULY M, GOING MAD FROM THE TERRIFIC PAIN PmtaHt Hirckut Ttlnks His Lift Wis By I, ONT., JOKE isth. 1913. I tra a general storekeeper at the Above address, and ..on account of the great .good I have experienced from using I recommend. them to my customers. They were a great boon to me, I can tell you, for about two years ago, I wsis laid up in bed Trith vomiting and a "terrific pain the base of my skull. The pain nearly drove me mad. Doctors feared it would turn to Inflammation of the Brain, but I took Krmt-a-tives steadily until I was cured. I have gained fifteen pounds since taking "Fruit and I verily believe they suvtd from a disastrous ill- J. A. CORRIVEAU. 500. a box, 6 for trial sizd or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Ottawa. J. P. at Retlaw Geo. Gordon Elliott has been ap- pointed a justice of the peace at Ret- law. 1L AWARD SOME C.1I CON1RACIS Winnipeg, J. MacKen- zie, sou of. Sir 'William MapKenzie, president of the Canadian Northern railway; arrived .-in Winnipeg this morning ami will leave again for the west in a hours ou a general trip inspection, Mr, MaeKenzie is in Winnipeg for the purpose' of letting several con- for the completion of Mani- toba, Alberta and Saskatchewan and these branches will be; rushed to an early completion.-Mr. MaoKcnzie wilt be in and out of Win-j nipeg for the balance of the summer j and this city, more than any other j place, will be-his headquarters. Sir William 3IacKenzie will leave for England from New York on Wednes- day" uunless his plans undergo a sud- den change. His trip to England is for the purpose of selling the govern- ment guaranteed C, N. R. bonds, and in this he experts to have not the slightest difficulty. Saskatoon, Sasfc., July Western correspondent for firoomball brings a message containing both good and evil tidings, and in an interview with the Western Associated Press last night gave-it as his opinion that the wheat crop of Saskatchewan wouid be about 60 per cent, of normal, but the price would be better than that obtained during the past .three or Jour years. should _ net the farmers at 'the tfbuntry fievators between 90 cents and 11.00 for No. 1 he taid. During the past three" weeJce ,he has driven about four hundred miles a week, and now believes that the crops on light land have suSfered to a con- siderable extent, while tbft crop on heavv soil has weathered the hot, dry spellsatisfactorilr.-. Along the Goose Lake line, as far west as Zealaudia, and along the C.N.R. line from Sas- katoon to Prince Albert, he is inclined to think that the dry weather has ad- -Terseiy affected the wheat, and he believes the same to be true of the crop .along-the C.P.R: from Moose Jaw to Outlook. Alberta's Condition Alberta, he considers, will be for- tunate, if- a half-crop js obtained, quantity and quality-considered. He admits that in quantity it may do bet- ter :than. this, but believes the Quality will be lacking. said, was in about the same position, and Saskatchewan at present appeared to present the best prospects for a crop. He based bis- argument that the price "would be higher this fall than in past years-on the fact that tile-Rus- sian crop .was" admitted to be short, arid that he felt confident Canada would be in the-same class when the final estimates were made. This, add- ed to the .'fact that the French crop was ,poor, convinced him that the higher grades on. Canadian hard wheat would be in. strong, demand, and o'wihg to the shortage .the price would higher. I T. MALONE, K.C. Who Tras elected Grand Treasurer of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Can- ada in Ontario, which convened at Niagara Falls on July 15th. Five thousand Masons, including many from England, Scotland, Ireland and the U. S.. gathered to commemorate the one hundred years of continuous peace between Great Britain .and the tJ. S. at a monster meeting at Niagara Falls. KING GEORGE REVIEWED BRITISH FLEET TODAY Portsmouth, England, July British Home fleet, composed of over hundred fighting ships, and an equal number of auxiliaries, including submarines, torpedo boat destroyers and: sea planes, was led out to sea. by King George this morning. His Maj- esty was on board the Royal yacht, accompanied by the Prince of Wales, Right Hon. Winston Speucer Church- Ill, jind the other lords of the Admir- alty. At the entrance to the English Channel, "the Royal yacht dropped an- chor, and the ships in line'abreast passed In review before his Majesty, while a.fleet of sea from the CalBbot airsliip station, .flew in' pairs above the Royal yacht, and circled about tho Blow moving ships. It took the great fleet two hours-to pasa be- fore VICTIMS OF THE TERRIBLE AUTO ACCIDENT NEAR TORONTO Rev. Principal Waller of Huron Col- lege, London, Qnt, and Miss Ella Wal- ler, his daughter, who was killed when auto, after 'backing down the hill, was struck by a freight engine at a level crossing In NorUi Rcsedafe, Toronto..'. WHERE ,C. P. R. STEAMER "AS8IN- iBoiA" W.ENT ASHORE Cove Ishind, in Lake Huron, -where the Assiniboia went ashore on the morning of the 2nd of July. The damage was slight and the vessel was floated before' noon. An Official Auditor K. H. Johnston of Iron Springs has been appointed an. official auditor. Spokane Visitor B. O. Driver, a well known real es- tate operator of Spokane, is in the city. EVERYBODY KNOWS KATHLYN SPEND YOUR VACATION AT Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Resort, with 18 miles of Navigable Water for Launches and Bow Boats Geod Trout Fishing Additional accommodation at the new Xake Hotel. (Rates and per day) Stage loaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- cher Creek every morning for the Lakes. MID S UM M E R S ALE Dufi'rto' these strehuoiis times the successful merchant aims to carry over as little stock as possible from one season to mn in__u r, Hi i n mmi another) and to this end we launch this Mid-Summer Sale tomorrow. Knowing full well that ordinary reductions will not bring the desired result, we.have prepared'to sacrifi.ee not only profit, but in some Ceases a portion of the cost as well in order to effect nn absolute riddance of all Slimmer.Goods'-'throughout every department. Throughput the entire store there is no reserve; You save on everything you some cases a third and in others as much come prepared to ''buy, for you'll meet with savings you never dreamed-of and values way beyond our ability to describe. Items listed here are, on account of the limited space, only representative of hundreds of otheiyeqvially attractive .bargains that await your here tomorroAv, but what We save in advertising, we hand to you; in additional value, nnd. ten times the newspaper space couldn't make such bargains a bit more forceful Just read the list: _, Well not carry over any Hosiery, or Gloves, "When prices like these are attached to goods of such desirability excellent qualities, savings represent, at least a "third, and in some actually half value. SILK LISLE LISLE LISLE GLOVES Regular 35c Value Lovely qualities Silk Lisle, black, white, tan and up to 40c Fine Lisle rib, beautifully trimme'd short sleeves or up to 65c Fine Silk Lisle and Chemoisuede goods in white' and every color and size. FINEST LISLE UNION SILK GLOVES 7oc Worth up to Value Best "goods 75c .cheap-1- able; black, white, nest grade heavy -and novelty colors, yoke with "double tipped ies' crochet SILK MESSELAINE 65c Reg. Value A specially pur- chased Hue, wonder- fully cheap at the price. A full. sliow- irig of all the it-anted colors; 36 ins. wide, splendid weight. CORSET SALE SI.50 Worth Up to Clearing out our extra stock up .to this price, various qualities arid 'all sizes are included np to 26, representing unusually attractive values at the money: Wash Goods of any description will not be here after this absolutely-sure of -that in cutting these prices to iow water mark. Lines 'included comprise our entire stock, so you be sure of the -beet we have to offer, no' matter how low the CREPES AND AND MULL Worth to 60c 27 inch goods shown" In a big variety, of colors and 65c Valuei Some of the most wanted .colors left in this lot, all very cheap; 44 25c Value -Lovely fine quality, soft and fine, free, from dressing, 3li ins. wide. WHITE COTTON BED SPREADS Tip VV" Regular Value Regular 16c woven, heavy Long Cloth and of large size. bric, In splendid Heavy to wash and' all yard double bed VVIASH COLUARS Worth -up-.to.40c' 'A showing of various', styles in _ Wash Stocks at less than manufacturer's cost: EMSROIDERYj Worth up to Edgings and Insertions in splendid Swiss goods. 5c BEST PRINTS GINGHAMS 4 ftl, UC Light, medium and dark colors in a splen- did collection of various designs, ail wash- able. LARGE TOWELS Regular 45b Value................ Heavy Turkish Towels in large size, fring- ed ends, white or brown. 45c TAFFETA AND RAW SILKS Regular 90c Value A selection of odd lots in-Natural Raw Silk and various collors in-20 inch'Taffeta. SILK AND NET WAISTS Worth up to Some odd lines in good styles priced very low for quick clearance. FANCY COLLARS Worth up to 75c Soirie of: the very latest ideas' 'Shown in thia bargain-at about half regular. VOILE AND CREPE Worth ...r I I W Very new styles, short or long sleeves, low cut collars, drop shoulder, -front and back yoke. lOc WIDE RIBBONS Worth up to 20c Good quality" taffeta ribbons in 5- inch width including a complete range of all colors. PARASOLS A SUNSHADES All the stock Included J3.00 values for J2.00; ?4.60 values for and so on throughout the entire stock. HAND BAGS Regular Best, quality Leather Bags in var- ious new shapes, hiack and colors, best frames, leather lined. Chances sire very slim for seeing any of these Ready-to-Wear Garments x On our racks next season when prices like these prevail. The choice of the stock will go early so better not delay your visit to this slaughter. Prices in most cases would not cover manu- facturer's first cost, but clearance is the costs. SILK DRESSES Worth up to About a dozen new styles in this lot, all pretty and at- tractive as can be. WASH SKIRTS Worth Best styles of the season, msde of Bedford Cord, splen- did to wash. CREPE KIMONAS ANY SUIT Worth to Some thirty odd in the lot, no reserve. You can take your pick. COAT SALE Worth up to Tailored styles shown in all sizes up to 44; colors nalry, grey and black. Worth up to J3.60, Splendid styles of belt Japanese Crepe, light, med- ium and dark colors. Dresses, Half Price A collection of fine Voile and Mull goods, about a doz- en in the lot, regular 15.00 to J35.00. Half Price HEAVY SILK HOSE Regular 11.60 Value The best value we ever'had-to show, heavy -weight silk In black, white and tan, ladies' siio. ALL HAND BA08 Including Entire Stock From tlie highest priced1 to the most inexpensive'' grades, tnls sale Includes everything in the StOCki RAJAH SILK WAISTS worth up to Shown in natural color only, long sleeves, low cut drop shoulder and front and back yoke.': Sizes up to 44.'- KITCHEN APRONS Worth up to Large size Gingham Aprons in all-over style, medium and dark colors, all wash.- able. CHILDREN'S WAISTS worth up to 30c Suitable.-for children from two to ten years of age, splendidly made, finished with tape buttons. 20c WIDE MULL Regular 35c Value 44 Inches wide, shown in fine' quality, in colors sky, rose, Nile, champagne, white nnd black. 75c CIRCULAR PILLOW LINEN. Value Seamless, 45 inches wide, .made of extra fine quality linen, soft and splendid to wear. Quick Marching Orders for Whitewear Waists of every kind and quality, without any reserve. Beautiful cool, snowy garments of latest style, perfectly sewn, splendid fitting, all included in this seven day Sale at less than the mak- ing Itself would cost you. CORSET COVERS 35c Regular 5Qc Value Perfect fitting gar- meiits trimmed with lace PRINCESS SLIPS Regular Value Ft'rie quality, dainty garments, very cheap at the PRINGSS6 SLIPS Regular Value lla'do o! good quality Cambric, trimmed with -lace or 'embroid- ery, all sizes. UNDERSKIRTS Regular Value Out in straight nar- row styles to conform to present style, lace or embroidery trimmed SLIP-OVER GOWNS Worth up to Splendid now styles, made of -best Mulla etc. beautifully trimmed with lace embroid- ery. GOWNS AND SKIRTS 9oc Regular Value 'of good Cam- brio, trimmed with lace or embroidery. THE LAST OF THE HATS We'll not have, one to look at next sea- son if we havo our way, and the price is low enough to make you tfiink the same.'' Is the price for your choice and Includes values up to just eomo' thirty odd styles thirty too and we're detcrnilh- ed to clean up the stock, no. now IB your opportunity. Just ono of a kind. We say Good-bye to Silks and Dress Goods of most desirable kinds and weaves For we don't want them here next season, and prices hero attached arc low enough to convince you of the sincerity of this statement. Qualities are all of high standard, however, no matter how low the price. DRESS GOODS 55c .Regular Crepes, Serges, Bro- cades, etc., lit a big range of newest colora. CASHMERES Regular 50c Value Navy, brown, cardin- al, etc., 40 inches wide, good puro woolquolity. FANCY CREPES Regular (3.00 Value Best Silk Cfope Bro- cades in evening dresa untgbug, very cheap. TWEED SUITINGS 75c Regular Value Suitable for Suits or Odd Skirts, 64 Incluis wide, light, medium dark colors. SAT SAPHO' 95c Regular Value A rival of Skinners, shown In alt lining col- ors, 27 inches wide. ALL FANCY SILKS 20 Per Cent Oft" of every klrid Stripes, Brocades, rwnian stripe etc., all Included.______ Clarke's Lasts Seven July 21st to 28th No junk or bought for tale.purpoiM. No inflation of prices to make reductloni look big.. Everything marked in plain figures, repreientlng lowest values at reguHr prlcct In Southern Alberta. Merchandne all of qualltlet and reductions exactly ;