Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1017 Our Final Bargain Sale of Garments Three Great Saving Days, Thursday, Friday and Saturday This is the first opportunity yon have had this season of buying; outer garments of such splendid style and exelusiveness at such remarkably low prices-and it is probably the last, tor prices here announced are low enough to clean up all stocks of suits, coats, skirts, dresses, waists, etc. in a very short time if I-el h bridge women take advantage of big savings as we know liiev will-and we want to urge upon you the advisability of early choosing while selections arc still good. LOOK CAREFl LLY OYER T1IKSE PRICE COMPARISONS FOR THE NEXT THREE DAYS. SUCH SAVIN (JS AS THESE ONLY COME YOUR WAY ONCE DURING AN ENTIRE SEASON AND USUALLY THEN IN MERCHANDISE NOT AS I) ESIRABLE, AS SEASONABLE, NOR AS UP-TO-DATE AS THESE. Splendid Selections of Newest Coats Reduced and Savings are of a Most Vnasal Character too Owing to the continued cold weather we have been ordering more coats from week to w>:ek to keep our assortment up to the mark. Consequently selections now arc much larger than you would expect to find at this season of the year and all are included at bip savings for this final sale. 16.00 AM $37.50 Newest Covert OA A A Coats at ............. OU.UU All $35.00 Newest Covert Costs at.............. All $32.50 Newest Covert Coats at ............. All $30.00 Newest Covert Coats at ........ All $15.00 to $17.50 Plain and Strip, ed Blanket Cloth Coats 28.00 26.00 ? 24.00 All $20.00 Newest Covert Coats at.............. All $30.00 Velour coats in r\ m n(\ high colors at........ fc- All $20.00 Black & Navy -J n A A coats selling at....... ID.Uw All $25.00 Black & Navy nr\ f\f\ Costs selling at ____.. UV�\SM All $35.00 Broadcloth Coats. Navy, brown, green and on A A black................ Silk and Cloth Dresses Selling at Big Bargains Latest styles of the season in very new and attractive styles. Splendid selections in all regular sizes and l>ig" women's sizes up ro 44. $12.50 Dresses selling at. . .$10.00 $15.00 Dresses selling at. . $12.00 $17.50 Dresses selling at. . $14.00 $20.00 Dresses selling at. . sjttfi.00 $22.50 Dresses selling at. . $18.00 $25.00 Dresses selling at. . $20.00 $27.50 Dresses selling at. ..$22.00 Gossard Corsets Sold Only at this Store A most complete and attractive stock in models to suit every figure. Shown in various qualities and at prices much lower than any other corset of equal quality and fitting abilities. Priced at $2.50. $3.75. $4.50, $0.00, $7.00. $8.00 and $10.00. NOW MADE IN CANADA AND SINCE YOU HAVE NO DUTY TO PAY, YOU GET THE SAME VALUE AS IN THE U. S. TAFFETA SKIRTS $7.50 i A lovely new line in sports style for summer wear, excellent quality taffeta. Colorn navy, brown, green and black. Sizes up to 30. SILK SPORT Skirts $7.50-$10 Hade of the new tussnh silks In large spots on tan ground. Very attractive styles with large flop and shirred pockets. A splendid variety to choose from. SALE of CLOTH SKIRTS $5 Values in this lot up to $10.00 Pure wool tweeds and navy serges and new stripes and checks in a splendid'variety in materials that would wash. Sizes up to r.o. Ottr Entire Stock ot Suits divided Into Two Lots and Selling at Savings of $5. to $20 Every suit in the store included without reserve and prices in many cases lower than we could buy them for again. \i miO T"� Any sU'1 m tu0 storo 'P-*�'�* ,,, to $30.00 selling \t m'^T \fi Any sult ,n th� store *Al ,p to $47.50 selling at this price for the next three days. Included arc. the balance 61 our stock of latest novelties in wool jerseys, taffetas and vpoplln siks. Finest wool poplins in high colors, black and white cheeks and a splendid range of very serviceable and wearable styles in excellent quality serges in the- always serviceable colors of navy, brown, green, Copenhagen and black. up to $3 at this price for this final clearance sale. Garments included are among the best and most at'"active we have ovet had to show at those prices. - Conservative, becoming stylos of excellent quality serges in a big range of �izes and colors navy, brown, green and black. Suits of thi6 kind at such a very low-price will not Inst long and the earlier you como the better. Final Bargain Sale of Garments :: :: 612 Third Avenue, South An Exceptional Stock of Hosiery, Featuring Many Special Values Wo have provided against sharp advances in prices by making liberal purchases of all lines of hosiery at old prices and can give you as good values as you have ever bought. � j. �>"t(, Ladles' Cotton Hose. Splendid qual-xXl -�M, Uy Black nml wnite. Also children's sox and hose in mercerized lisle. Hig variety. a* "\~u. Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose. Black and iVl �'n white. Very special value. \i I "w� .:> Georgette Waists at.. $5.20 #7.50 Georgette Waists at. . $(}.� p.00 Georgette Waists at.. $7.20 $7.00 Crepe de cliene Waists $5.(10 $S.00 Crepe de elicnc Waists $(U0 Voile and Crepe Waists, newest styles in a special sale lot, #1.4S WAR BURIES MISUNDERSTANDING (From the New Republic) -Participation by the United States in the war will have one result in which all good Americans can rejoice Without misgivings and without qualifications. It will help enormously to Jomove misunderstanding between the Canadian and the American nations and to lay an indispensable foundation lor their future co-operation. Of all the positive needs of American foreign policy the working out of some basis of common action with Canada Is the most essential. The facts of geography, the circumstances of a common experience and similarity ol institutions and ideals all help to make Canada the nearest relative and the most fruitful ally of the American republic. At the present time Canada and the United States are the only two nations participating in the war which have nothing to gain from their labors and sacrifices, except political good which will benefit all free and democratic nations no less than themselves. ' It should, consequently, be the deliberate policy of the American government to use every opportunity afforded by the participation of Canada and the United States in the same war to convert that common participation into tlie most immediate and many-aided practical co-operation. Pie TAX RATE SET AT 59 ILLS (From Our Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek. June 1-.-The regular meeting of the town council was held in the council chamber on Monday evening, June lUh, at II p.m. with Mayor Allison in the chair and all councillors present except Councillor Steele, who has been ill but is at present convalescent. The fiist important business of the evenin? was that of a request from the Park Committee to be allowed to move the north fence of the park to take in the first row of lots to enable them to build a half mile track as they have not enough room in the present park without spending a lot of money cutting into the hill. The request was granted temporarily so that they may be assured of a race track for the com-jing fair. | The big discussion of the evening however, centred around the reading of a letter from the health board regarding tho sanitary or rather unsanitary condition of the town and notifying the town that a well on a certain property was unfit for human use. The health officer was present and the matter was discussed fuiiy and also that of enforcing the thorough cleaning-up of properties. It is quite evident that some drastic steps are contemplated unless the citizens abide by the health bylaw. The rates for tho taxes have been ' struck and at the next meeting the necessary- bylaw will be introduced and the townspeople may look forward with mingled feelings to paying the following: Town purposes: 20 mills; debentures, 15 mills; public school in town, 15 mills; out of town S mills; separate school in town, 11 mills; out of town 8 mills. This makes the rate 50 mills or 8 mills higher than last year. Considering the town has confiscated a lot of property and the extra burden has been forced on the balance, this rate is considered very reasonable. It was decided after some discussion to increase the salary of the engineer at the power house. He will receive $100 per morith. There was some discussion as to putting the hotels on a license basis under the new act, but the matter was laid over for the time being. LAB0R1TE SUPPORTS Ottawa. Juno 12.-CalWn Lawrence, Dominion legislative representative of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, has come out flatly and emphatically in favor of the compulsory service measure as "the most adequate form of enlistment." '"I have no hesitancy in supporting such a proposition," he says in an open letter to labor men. He says that under the bill the men who can best be spared will bo the ones to go and adds that "rights of organized labor are not in the least injured." NEW OIL-BURNING ENGINE Lord Shrtughnsssy Inspects Latest Construction From C.P.R. Shops CANADIAN AIRMAN KILLED London, June 11. (C.A.P.).-Second Lieut. Henry Cope Evans, D.S.O., is reported killed. He went from England to Ontario to engage in fruit farming some years ago He served In Soutli Africa with tho Canadian artillery and afterwards engaged in ranching in Alberta. He joined the Alberta Dragoons in the first Canadian con-itingent, coming to England with It in j the latter part of 1914. Lieut. Evans [was a well known polo player. GERMANS HATE SIGHT OF U.S. FLYING MACHINES Aviators Are Concentrating Their Hate Against American Airmen On the Western Front. "Seal Brand" means a certain, definite blend of high-grade coffee - uniform in quality and always delicious. Don't take any chances- always insist on having ;'-'SEAL-BRAND" COFFEE. In yi, 1 and 2 pound tins. Whole-ground-pulverized-also line ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulk. iea CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL. jSNO'S FRUIT SALT Keeps the World Refreshed end Healthy The Delightful Tonic Aperient ANEW Decapod locomotive, just' turned out by the Angus Shops for the Canadian Pacific Railway, has been Inspected at Montreal by Ixird Shaughnessy and a number of Interested railway officials. What strikes ono most about this wonderful engine is the comfort and safety under which tho engineer drives his train, and the ease with which so many tons of machinery can be operated from the luxurious shelter of a protected and cushioned cab. The locomotive engineer is not a machine but a human being, his cab Is to some extent his home, and up-to-date railway managements are recognizing this by providing him with pleasant quarters. There is no doubt sound policy in this, for the less disturbed ho Is by weather, or other physical conditions, the more care he can devote to the locomotive and the train Itself. Under the severe climatic conditions which sometimes prevail In tho mountain divisions, this naturally conduces to safety, and so far as the locomotive engineer is concerned Safety First'and Comfort First go hand in hand. The interior of tbo cab, which 13 roomy and well ventilated, has spring cushioned seats which can bo moved on a slide, while the sliding arm-rest on the window is also comfortably cushioned. A coat cupboard with swinging pegs takes caro of the surplus clothing. The windows are double sasihed with storm windows for winter and are constructed with small panes-a great advantage, as they are more easily and quickly replaced and occasion less discomfort if broken, A wind deflector enables the engineer to sea tbo track without hurting his eyes, while a wind deflector on tho roof of the cab stops the back draught and keeps the cab free from dust. The. cab itself has double ventilators and is pleasantly warmed in winter through having the Insulation on tho boiler head made In panels which can bo easily litted out Tho roof is painted a cool green, aim r.oaU green shades cover lb- lights, while the eyas are further protected by a dollcclor .oil the llro door which eliminates the glare. The water gauge is protected with a screen in case of the glass breaking, and, indeed, every possible device that human ingenuity has so far Invented has been provided for the safety and comfort of "the man behind the gun." A great Improvement is tho power reverse gear worked by air, as easy to work as tho handle of a sewing machine, which eliminates the old heavy hand lever and reduces tho physical strain upon the engineer. So far as the exterior of the locomotive is concerned, this has been ' designed so that repairs can be mado without the men having frequently to go inside or under the engine. Ono of tho old Worries of the engine crew Is vemoved by a new typo of air strainer^ drawing cool air into tho pump which requires little or no attention. A noticeable feature ol tho exterior is the Laird crosshead, an old type revived because It ensures such excellent lubrication and is eaey to maintain. A safety strap is applied to the guide bar to prevent it from dropping. Tho guide i3 self-centering and ma'lrrtalns alignment bettor than the ordinary guide, while the leading driving wheel is flexible with one inch extra sideplay and ia provided with wedge play to ensure proper guiding. The engine truck is provided with sldo resistance procured by a sliding inclined plane, and here again the safety of the on> glneer la considered In tho safety clamp which prevents the tank from sliding, forward on to the cab In cana of collision. Twenty-flvo such Decapods aro tinder order for the Canadian Pacific Railway, and will be in service on the mountain division. Maxlmvim power for minimum weight Is tho keynote of their construction. Tho locomotive itself weighs 12fl tons, tho tohdor 82.5 tons, loaded, while the tank capacity is 3,20-0 gallons of oil and 7,0*0 gallons of water. Notwithstanding high prices of materials, the Canadian Pacific has continually added to Its cars and engines, having built l.SOfl curs last yenr and another 2,000 under couatructlou at tho present time, Paris, June 12.-Gorman aviators are concentrating their hate on the men in the Lafayette escadrille. No machine Hying the Stars and Stripes is given a fair chance in single combat-the enemy tries to overwhelm it witlr* a number of fighting pianos. Dr. Edmund Gros, chief organiser of the famous corps, mado this statement today In voicing an appeal to Americans "back home" to give the escadrille moral and material support. "When an American aviator appears In the sky it is n signal for an enemy attack in force," lie declared. "The. America^ flag and the Indian head-the squadron's omblem painted on their planes-have but ono meaning to the enemy and that is revenge against America. Our aviators aren't given a chance to fight an equal fight -they must fight against several- and they aro doing it with a bravery that ought to bo better known in tho United States. "These men aro upholding America's honor with their lives-and mostly on funds scraped together by interested Americans. Tho American war department hasn't even sent thorn uniforms yet, although they fly the Stars and Stripes. "Take the case of young Clyde II. Balsley, of San Antonio, Texas. Ho worked his way to Europe on a cattle steamer, landed with ?2 in his pocket, offered his services at tho Pan aviation school, fought with the Lafayette escitrdrille nt Verdun, and is now in a hospital, his body shattered by an explosive bullet which may make him an invalid for life-if he survives." 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