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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LKTIIBHIDGE DAILY HEHAL1) 1013 CLARKE CO1. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block SATURDAY IS READY-TO-WEAR DAY And Offers Most Exceptional Savings Threiifhout Our Endre Stock of Suits and Coats, Silk, Cloth and Wast Dresses, Rain-Coats Kimoaas, Wash and Cloth Skirts, Underskirts, Etc. In addition to all the splendid savings advertised in last night's paper, and which remain on sale all day to-morrow, we are offering most unusual reductions in-every line of ready-to-wear garments, presenting savings totalling one-quarter to one-half the, regular value of every garment throughout the splendid stock Kvery jjarmenl rednred! Xot one reserved! You save on every ready-to-wear purchase you inake. determined to adjust slocks in this department to proper proportions during (he season when you require snub goods, and the. lines included are tlie product of (lie leading manufacturers in this country, display ing-nil the season's smartest fashions, weaves and colorings. Positively ao reserve, of anykind'wluitever. The entire superb stock of what is unquestionably (he finest showing; of ladies' ready-to-wear apparel in Southern Alberta, being included. Original price tickets marked hi plain figures remains on every gsrment. Select as you please, and gain big- ger savings than you have ever been offered before._________________________________________________________________ TRULY REMARKABLE SAVINGS In Neweit Tailored Including all cur stock worth up lo 125.00. The west attractive and becoming models, o! the entire season included in this Saturday sale -nd iTiced al about talf lalue for selling tomorrow. Black ind Sergtt, at as (Intst quality Bedford.. in greyt. tjni, and many novelty icren lighlhl, ind fult C1J 7C t0 onl (possible that this union may later become identified with the Ir.dusliial NS'orters oi the World, although al present it wilf be organized merely to include all employtes of the loca lumber indaslries. JOHN JOHNS OHOPPSO DEAD ON STREET IN WAS A FARMER Word was received from Taber tni afternoon, that a man named Job Jotics. a farmer living 10 milta.aort of Taher, dropped dead on the side wali' in front of Dr. resi dcr.cc, >esterdaj. Johns hal hcen troubled with hi {heart, ar.d had driven Into fo the purpose docton. He bad been to the doctor' house, found him ont, and Ju.e leaving, his, heart failed and fell dead. Dr. UUers wai called to hold mn.ues1, was completed talaj verdict of death by hea: fallhre was returned. tan I soffrfgettes saior, of .charlatan- ism, and turn CUT cause into ridicule. They are our enemies." DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH The "slumminfl'1 Duchess, she was called ''Dally Citizen'' a tritEsh labor paper, which criticised icr severely for anuming enough of the work ing clriises, labits and conditions to tell a "moth- r's meeting" in London, that good cooking a fine antidote to alco- Prince Albert is Seeing Canada quebcc. June M. S. Cuaibcr- larifl ivith JI. 34. If. ['rince Albert on hoard, armed herc this morning. Clrcat crowiis coilectfri in evpcclatfon that the I'rjncc would drive through the streets visit the I.ieutenant- Ooverr.or, they were disappoint- ed 'i he announcement was formally rmadc later thai 'nn manifestation o: [any kind take place and that only informal mils Kill te excliang- cd- The I'rhicc ivith the sixty othec cadets on the Cumberland leave j this cil) rtt o'clock tonight for .Montreal en route for Niagara. There be no xeccpLfan at Jlontreal. MADAME JULES 3EEGFRIED OE- NOUNCES TACTICS OF MISS DAVISON AT DERBY Of Norfolk, who took, the Canadian sanata la.it'- Paris. June Jules fried, uite of a former f-'rencb Cab- inet mfnlsler. and president of tbe N'nlional Association of Women, ix j strongly oppoied. to tho lactli i adopt- ed by the militant suffragettes. In an Interview published bero toilay. sho refers to the Derby incident, whsn CavlEon threw herself In front Ilie King's horso. "in the name of freedom for women" "Many of Ilie deknalc-i lo the Inter- national Congress of Women, now in fesaion in Paris, look upon nitch raani- fefl-ailon? intense dEeapproval." Mme, Helgfrted. "Toe militant fluflragelteA arc behaving an though triev arc Insane. Their imrvdent LQrl daiigcroua demonstrations hurt the eanac of womankind. 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