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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY THURSDAY, JUNE 4, WEEK-END SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Inducements that will surely warrant brisk shopping. Great savings in Seasonable Goods From the Silk Department Dress Goods Economies In tango, marine blue, cream, crimson, regular value, Special price WOOL Royal, navy ami ecru shades, regular f 1 .00 per yard) spec- ial price per yard S5c KINDERGARTEN 25c value, per yard 20c ENGLISH While ami colors, 20e value DOTTED SWISS 35c value, per yard. 32 inches wide, 30c value, yard SILK CHARMEUSE special yard Other shades, gold, pink and navy. COLORED blue, tan, black, regular 85c; Special per yard...........----..............70c white Habutai Silk, 36 inch width, re- gular yard. Special Wash Goods Specials Tango Crepe, Worth 35c yard........... -23c Chiti'on Crcpc (Dolly per yard............25t' Gingham Crepe, per yard J........................jjjc Checks and Stripe Fancy Crepes, per Women's House Dresses A clearance of Ginghams, stripes and plain colors; and values, Travellers' Samples A Genuine Sweep in the disposal of this line of Samples. Specials MEN'S SILK Tics, 75c values.........5flc BIEN'S WORK values MEN'S WORK or black and white; "regu- lar values for MEN'S LEATHER 65c values each Women's Lace Collars Sets Collars, ecru and white, imitation baby Irish Lace; regular 35c values for 25c Lace Sets, ecriraad while, values V Brassieres Your opportunity to purchase at wholesale prices." Prices range from, each to Shoes CHILDREN'S CANVAS RUNNING Sizes 10 to 13. Price per pair YOUTHS' RUNNING Sizes 1-5 MEN'S CANVAS Rubber sole LADIES' WHITE CANVAS SHOES OXFORDS CHILDREN'S or blue, each.......40C McColl Patterns lOc and ISc The Bentley Co., Ltd. McColl Patterns lOc and ISc Oil Stock Brokers Kimball Larson, Limited Cardston Investment Co., Ltd. JOItfT STOCK BEOKEKS Handle High Class Stocks Special Lease in Township 1, Range 11, near location of pro- posed Segur Wells. ..Cardston Oil Co. have made arrangements fop Derricks. Make.application for shares while they are only 25c, par value SEE OUR BLACKBOARD AND LIST OF SNAPS 32S FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE Empress of Ireland Commission Will be Lord Mersey and Ottawa, June holding a preliminary- inquiry with meut was made to the House this the idea of weeding out unnecessary morning by HOD. J. D. Hazen, min- evidence. This might not be arivis- iister of marine, that Lord Mersey, .able or desirable in view of the na- thc celebrated British marine expert, had consented to become a member of the commission to enquire into the lure of the inquiry to be held. Mr. Hazea replied that the prelim- inary inquiry was heing held by Cap- Empress of Ireland disaster. Lord tain Lindsay on the request of the Mersey, he added, would be the British Board of Trade arid .under chairman of the commission. Chief, the provisions of the Shipping Act. Justice JIcLccd, o! Ne-w The idea was not to weed outevi- who was also a judge of'the Admir-j but to expedite the (work of alty Court, had also consented to be- the commission. come a member of the commission. Sir Dolphe Routhier, judge of the admiralty court, had also been com- municated with and eventually a fav- orable answer was received from him "That is remarked Sir Wilfrid. Hon. L. P. Pelletier read a tele- gram from Capt. Pouliot of the post office steamer Evelyn in reply to the Cardston to Drill Soon Dr. AVeeks and R. W. Baillie Cardston, are visitors in town today. .Mr. .Baillie, who is manager of the Cardston. branch of the Union bank, informed the Herald that the Card- iton oil concern expects to have their drill on the ground in a very few of I days, when they will so down to gas that is known to exist at a depth of about 250 or 300 feet, after which they will engage a larger drill to go down to a depth pected. at which oil may be ex- todaj-. (charge that the had .Hajcn further announced ,that refused to send .messages of survlv- the department had decided on the ors without pay. suggestions .of. the British Board of! Capt. Pouliot stated that there was Trade to name four assistants to no government operator on board assist the commissioner. They would when the wreck occurred. The surviv- include two nautical men, one naval ors included an operator named Fer- architect and a naval engineer. The gUEon, who was asked to communi- rtate and place of the hearing would; cate with Rimouski and the -shore, not be decided upon until Mr. Yaax.jbut he was not given 'any instruc- ihc representative of the British tions in regard to the sending of pri- vate messages. Hon. Dr. Roche, replying to Mr. Oliver, said he had no information Board of Trade, arrives in Canada. Although ?.Ir. Hazen did not state it is likely that the commission commence work at Montreal on relative to the Hindus, oilier than Monday, June Jof Lord Mersey will sail on the Mauritania, on Saturday. Sir Wilfrid Lauricr said that the that which had appeared in the morn- ing papers stating that they were re- turning to India. information given by the minister I There was no official confirmation was ali right so far as it goes. He I of this report. had noticed according to the news- papers thatCaptainDemers will be lethbridge Millinery Co., Ltd. 514-4th Avenue South Phone 457 ALL MILLINERY STOCK TO BE CLOSED OUT BY JULY 1 GOING OUT MILLINERY BUSINESS L. A. SCOTT, Manager Premier Borden gave notice that the Grand Trunk Pacific aid resolu- tion would he taken up on'Thursday. A resolution giving parliamentary effect' to various orders-in-council I passed during the recess, was passed. I Mr. Oliver expressed regret that j these had been brought down so late I in the session, making it impossihlc for them to he properly discussed. Mr. Horden said they had teen held I back because the necessity might, j arise [or fur! her changes. The same, .thing had happened, at previous ses- sions. The dehaie was then resumed I on the second reading of the. Farm- ;ers' Hank bill in connection with the i consideration of which A. K. McLean of Halifax, at a late hour last night moved the six months' hoist. A divi- sion is expected today. No Need to'Worry Tt. E. Patterson, a large farmer in the Stirling district, la a visitor In the city today. He states that much need- less apprehension exists the pre- sent time as to the condition of the crops. Grain sown on slimmer fallow, he says, is In good shapo; and stubble crops are, not suffering. "Rnln 13 ho said, good [arm- ors are not suffering yet." CLARKE CO. THE LADIES'STORE AadkBiod FRIDAY- SATURDAY BARGAINS A Rousing Two-Day Bargain event, presenting sav- ing propositions on a larger scale than has ever before been attempted by this store and increasing the [value of your hard earned dollars to fully double their ordinary purchasing power. Goods are all of the highest standard of quality it is possible to procure, wearable, seasonable and intrinsically worth their full regular price; values, too, are conserva- tively, stated, extraordinary as they appear to be. Make it a'point to be here on Friday arid Saturday and spend your money where it brings you the biggest returns. Another Half-Price Week-End Sale of all Suits, Coats' Cloth and Silk Dresses With the return of. cooler "weather, this is particularly timely news, and fortunate, indeed, are women who have still such garments to buy. You .can pick arid choose on Friday and Saturday from the very choicest garments of the season, including our entire slock of New Suits Coats and Cloth and Silk Dresses, without any reserve whatever at exactly half the regular marked price. Come early for best selections. Regular prices this season are lower than we've ever offered before, making this half price sale all the more, important r Hosiery and Under vests 171-2c. Regular Values, up to 35s Each. A-truly wonderful bargain in splendid quality Hos- iery and Underwear at about half actual, values. Hosiery in plain cotton and lisles, colors black, tan, while and navy and tan polkadols; also line ribbed goods for boys and girls, sizes six to ten inches. Undervesls in splendid quality ribbed goods, short sleeves or sleeveless, On sale for the two days at half actual values. HALF PRICE WhitewearSale 20% OR "Friday and Saturday.' This' two-days sale in- cludes our entire stock of Gowns, Corset Cov- ers, Skirls, Combina- tions and Slips, in kind and qual- Wool Crepe Worth up to 30c White, tan, blue and piij stripes, 27 inches Wide. Wool Crepe 25c Worth up to 45c Yard Plain colors and narrow stripes in sky, pink, Copen- hagen and while. Silk Sale 95c Values 'Splendid quiiiity Mcsse- laines in, plain arid stripes, 'also iiewpsI Moires iii all colors. i Corset Sale 95c Regular. Value Splendid fitting models suifed to all medium fig- ures, sizes 18 to 28. Long Lisle Gloves Regular ?'5c Values Fine grade goods, finish- ed with two domes at wrist colors while, black, Ian and grey, Boys' Jerseys 35c Regular 60c Value; Very comfortable for warm weather, sizes two .to.eight'years, white, navy or cardinal. House Dresses 2Q% on Friday and Saturday An extensive Slowing of various styles in fine quality ginghams, prints rind chanibrays, from to and all sizes up to 44. Another Purchase of Silk Hosiery In regular Values This in undoubtedly the bus! Hosiery value we have ever had to offer and the announcemc.'il of anolhcr lot will be welcome news lo women who know of their ex- cellence. Black, Ian and white, with heavy silk leg, lisle lop, heel, sole and Iocs. "All sizes from to 10 inches. Waists St.75 Up to Crepes in lat- est styles, drop shculder and front and back yokes. Waists Of Raw Silk Worth good fitting newest styles, drop shoul- der, lo'.v neck. All Trimmed Hats at Half-Price A [imil iiiul (leleriiiincd clear- niicc of eycry Hut in the store, in- cluding some fifty-odd models of .splendid style inul bccoiningness, exclusive and very clicap at regular prices. Embroidery lOc Worth ifirtp 20c Four, lo six Incli Edg- Ings wil'Ii insertions to match, all wcndcrnilljr Cheap. Sunshades S2.50 Up to ?4.00 Newest bell shapes with tftn or green and various colored'borders. CLARKE CO. Store Phone 4S3 Acadia Block ;