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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday..Juno 0.1011.. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Interesting Price Details of Particular Interest to Wed- nes For Wednesday and Thursday we announce som? of the most a' tractive bargains of the season in Summer needables that arc most wanted now. The s-avinss. -ire cf such a character that this store will be a of busy shoppers from early tomorrow morning. and just as long as Quantities last. The extreme! v low prices certainly war- rant- our pxpectannus. for never have we offered more sea- sonable merchandise at greater savings than those men- tioned below. Read every item carefully Values increase as you read down the page An Interesting Display and Special Two-Day Sale of New- est Wash Dresses have other styles at S6. SS and ?10, every one of which an .unusual value. and pretty ar-d dainty as em be: but none of them sun-ass in excellence of value this special collection we feature 1'or Wednesday and Thursdav. :n actually less than your home dress-maker would charge lor the making alone. Msde of fine mulls in white. sky. mauve and pink: fine jhambrays in blue, green, grey and tan: and striped galateas, ;n a splendid range of various stripes. Styles are the most popular of the season, with short sleeves 2nd kimona shoulders: ladies' and misses-" sizes: si! washable. Wednesday- Thursday Waist Hale Values Worth Up To 34.00. Fine lacvns in elaborately embroidered ot- tailored styl- es, as well as a sulendM col- lection of tailored vestinps and linens, everv one this spason nnd correct in everv derail. Unusual Two-Day CorsetBargains Values Usually Sold at The result of a clearance by Canada's leading manu- facturer of a portion of his surplus stock, secured by .us by a fortunate stroke at actually one-third less than regular value Shown in two distinct styles, medium and extra long lengths both of the 'famous D- A. make, perfect- fitting models, suited to the great majority of fig- ures; made of excellent quality white coutil. finished with two pairs of hose supporters, front and sides. Made to sell at Wednesday-Thursday Fine Lisle Tests at a Bargain 25c Regular 35c Values. Coming just at the time when the warm weather makes the buying of such soods a necessity, this news should be of particular interest to every woman who is anxious to make her money go Splendid qualities in fine ribbed iisie goods, beau- tifully trimmed with rib- bon and hand crochet lace, which always gives the greatest amount of wear: open or closed fronts: short or Icng sleeves or sleeveless: six different styles to choose from at the special price 25c Wednesday-Thursday SUNSHADE SALE Values Worth Up To A splendid showing of many novelty effects that, are absolutely ex- clusive with this store, including linens in na- tural colors and fancy striped ginghams and mercerized foulards. Patterns are stripes, snots and floral de- Weilnesclay- Thursday Glove Sale 25e Worth Up To i-nc. Ladies' fine lisle shown in tans. :rrcys. black or white, finished wish two domes at wrist, and shown in excellent quality of lisle -never before sold at less than 35c and 40c. Xeckwe-ar Bargains 15o Newest Styles Worth Up to 45c- v. have bin a faint idea of the splendid style and daimi- ness rvf ilif.se uretty collars, when wo tell you thnt this sale price would not even cover the cost of making they must be seen ro be fully appreciated. Dutch jabots and wash stocks, shown in white and various colors in many of the ever-popular staples as well as a great variety of entirely new designs. Not a piece in the lot but would be good value 25c and the majority would easily bring 35c and 45c, -Wonderful vaiue for Wednesday and Thurs- day. 15c Big Hosiery Sale Wed- nesday Thursday 25c Values Worth Up To 40c. A collection affording a sreur va- riety of choice in ladies', children's and misses' sizes and -it a nrice that, should make ouic-k work of quantities offered, considering their excellent qualities. Ladies' extra fine quality cotton goods 'in black and all the wanted colors: full fashioned legs, double sol- es, heels and toes; boys' and girls' fine and heavy ribbed schcci hose in black and tans, and cnjidren's lisfe in or with plaid tops, shown in every color likely to be worn. A collection at Wednesday-Thursday HAIR-NET SALE 3 25c Worth 15c each. These are the er.ira large size nets in splen- did wearing pure silk, shown in styles with knotted ends or elastic attachment: large size; colors, blonde. grey, light, iiiid dfcrk-brown, MONTREAL THINKS LONG SAULT FIGHT EXPENSIVE Patriotic Moth es Cost a File ot" Money Say Members of Board of Trade and Skipping- Kill Presented lor Expenses at -by J. Wesley Allison into position to Lawrence is on tin- to Become a Trampless Year Locust Promises U> Be i j Promptly on the Job. (From Our (Kvn ['he found in this state and about 10.- -lune costs ;n this city alone. More than ;'nroney and money talks. This tinve -SI a year is spent for the i money is asking miesiums. Last win- ot' this army in jails and i tor the bill of the Pe-'jollier instihuions; while the cost of i Company. seekiap iho damage to properly and crimes to dam the St. Lawrer.ce rivet at: committed, with general con j the -Sault rapids near Cornwall, inlmtions brings total up to came up lor a heuriiig before the, 000.000. While the plan by which i! !j; Commit tee on Kivei> ami Harbors of i is proposed to wipe out this wasteful the United States Congress. Mr. -1. expca'diturc. and at the same limf V.esiey Allison. of On-..eliminate the tramp problem, u-'.rio. went to it was urMierstood here, to oppose i' from nas never been tried in this country, it has proven so successful abroad that Alli iike fii'U-cn thousand the standpoint of a patriotic Cri a- there is no doubt as to its eiliciciicy here. It proposes to (rslablisii son.v- where in the country a tramp funn colony to which vagrants can be sent ami where the of ihe'r ia- is askinu; reimburseinc-h; certain j bor will be used toward their ninin- .Montreal for his patriotic; tenanee. The professional hobo noiives. whom has no attractions will a meetins of the JouliUcss give Ihe province a wide V.i berth, while those sent to the farm One? wilt be silver an opportunity to he- useful citizens. The most sue- j ccssfi.il of tiie.se colonies abroad ac- luailv makes money, and it is belie1.'-, oil ;i similar result could be ae- I So in e Ho.ird of Trade iieui. ihc ftues-'-ioii was "brought member asked if fifteen thou-suml do! ars was not rather a amount for so short a trip, and whether it would not be advisable to ask Mr. Allison for sort of an arcouin- i cor-plished iierr ins; instead of the genera! hinijp he had placed before them. he matter is now before the Legislature in the form of a bill providing for the acquirement j i Ii aiso appeared to be the impression o: ihc necessary land and with about lot the Board of Trade that Mr. one minute after its passage there is son had undertaken the journey on certain to occur the greatest tram? his own responsibility and had uot ever known. made any suggest ion'as to reimburse- j Seventeen Year Locusts ment prior to his departure for the J "n1c st-xcnteen-vear locust promises i Atuericuii capital. it has also trans j tq live up to his reputation for rejru- i pi red since that'Mr. Allison is laniv and his song is soon to- he csied in a small water power develop j heard ir. ihe land, at least-in this merit at VVadrimgum, N.V.. which vicinity, for these much talked of and would not be worth developing were: .seldom seen insects have been found the Long Sault plans to go through.; jn Around in such a state of ad- It was therefore decided to oner Mr. vanccd development as to make it Allison five huh tired dollars as Mont-1 certain that within a week or real's share fifteen thousand davs they wilt make'their first j and in the fu'arre light their own appearance hereabouts since 189-1. i battles. It is hot likely- that there j Their advent is now regarded with; stand the sum Rust-Proof Nickel led Steel and That's the real test for durability When your furnace is not in use. the cool, damp air in the cellar, coming into contact the steel or iron dome and radiator, causes the.metal to This or moisture, attacks the metal and quickly 'makes it rust.' It's an actual fact that most furnaces would give TWICE as many years of service if they did not have their long summer vacations but were in use continually. However, the Sun- shine furnace is now equipped with a Nickelled Steel Dome and Radiator. Nickelled Steel is an ex- clusive McClary inven- tion. It has been subjected to the most severe tests and. has demonstrated it is absolutely rust-proof. It does not gather rust during the ilidle" summer. The Sunshine is built to give you lasting service. You pay no more for the durable Sunhine than for an ordinary furnace. Besides, the Sunshine is guaranteed by us. Phone or call on our agent in your locality and get further interesting information. 53 Radiator. For sale by Stafford-Agnew Co., Lethbridge Court. Both Mr. Walker, the council jancl the city solicitor thought, if. jwfll to have the matter argued out iand decided. That ended the labors of the court of .revision. y Council Declines Alter its Decision KING GEORGE'S REPLY j Ottawa. June has re- ceived from King 'George 'the. follow- vVhen the city council met this message in one sent by "hiin on the occasion of the .King's will ne tiny more opposition to the such apprehension as in former years. T...noon resolved themselves in- hiin on Long Sanit from Montreal anyway, however, since .scienLists say that the to a court Of revision. Those present as, upon investigation it- has been i of which they do is were: Mayor''Adams. Aid. Bowman, London, June sincere thanks j found that the proposition will hene- j comparatively slight and that their Gcode. Frayrie, Sage 'und Ashcrofr.. for your telegram expressing loyal fit. rather than damage, the port, of notoriety is chiefly to their re-j They decided there was nothing 10 congratulations of ray subjects in I Montreal. hiarkable habit 01 appearing only he done: with regard to the exemotion .Canada. (Signed) George R. L otscf; every seventeen years. Should of the Y. M. G. A. from taxation rrant it as it was so allowed A' Trampless Province There is a gloom among the tncm- the locust give up this peculiarity 'cept to hers of the ancient if not royal or- i and become a regular yearly visitor, in the act. Assess C. P. R. Bridge Ask the Ladies j! rier of tramps, for plans are now un-jit is held that he would soon sink in- der way to make Quebec the first j to oblivion iu comparison to many lhe ;They One and At! Praise NewbroV tramplcss province in tne country other annual pests which do lar P R brid-e was taken up Hcrplclde land to from the .paradise j damage wiv.out achieving any paruc- of tbe fl fenow of panhandlers, which it now is, to; ular notice. Nevertheless, lots 01 peo- com.panv> wag present_ He that a hair' d-reseing i a territory to he shunned hy every i pio hereabouts are prophesying that i professional hoho. Of the j the seventeen-year locust will not tramps in the whole country figures j leave a single tree or shrub in this j show that about of this army j prophesy which would be very company, was present. the viaduct should not be taxed. He i'oro's Herpicide is, they wmid all nave, aiso held that the tax bill for last i on their dressing tables. It I.-the. o imoet exouisite toilet article year rendered should oe remitted. jaQd game OM Ia08t Mr. Conybeare addressed tbe coun-j( THROW OUT CLAIM FRENCH CONSERVATIVES sessment of on the bridge. I which he did not think was excessive. DINE R. L. BORDEN !Tne remitting of last year's bill was 'discussed: he did not think that the council should'do so as the charter of special parasites are always to j serious ii it only happened to be true. ;Ci. advisjng them r.o hold to the in'order to have lady should regularly apply HerpCcide to her hair