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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. 16. WILL BRING A RECORD BREAKING CROWD AND ROUSING SELLING EVENT FEATURING UNMATCHABLE VALUES dollar bill on the balance tomorrow and match it with the merchandise offered find the goods will far outweigh the of your money by at an average of a double measure of value, and in some particular eases as much as three or four times the price asked. A personal in vestigation is the one sure way to prove our claim. EXTRA Covert Coats only, not styles, kut beautiful cloth and worth 110.00 to 112.00 each, lira 16 to 38. uea up to 1100 Splendid fitting styles, sizes up to AA reg. 11.90 value for A special new lot just to hand yard wide, fast beautiful lustre. WHITI f COLORED A A APRONS, 3 for Frists and muslins, with or without bib, worth up to 50c AND LISLE GLOVES, worth up to 11.50 A A for Twenty and twenty-four inch length, black, white and some colors, silks, double tipped. EXTRA Rain Coats Five only'coats to tans and black not In first class shape, but won- derfully cheap. LONG MUSLIN KIMONAS, worth lip to 12.50 I A AND AA WAISTS ,oV low or convert- Plak and blue, lace trimmed, largf ana small White or black and white stripes, sizes up to 42. QIMLC' WASH AA DRiSSCS 51.00 Two, three, four, five and six ,'year Ilies, and some otherl up "to fourteen years, all ANO UMBRELLAS, values up A A to 12.00 fi'UW Black and colored tops, a wonderfully cheap )ot at the money. EXTRA Mull House Dresses A; few white and .colored mull dresses, sizes up to lace trim- med. Crepe and 'Gingham' house dresses, sizes up to 44 and 6. S. sizes' up to 47. Voiles and Wash Goods 4 Yards for 2t to" 36 In. wide, a great variety of weavei and colon. Gowns and Underskirts Worth.up to crepe and cambric gooiii. HOSIERY AND SOX 4 for Ladies' black and white cottons, also polka dots and nove% colors and children's sox in- eluded. Boys' Cotton Jerseys 3 for Nary with white and white with sky sizes two to six years. Ladies' Union Suits 2 for Fine lisle ribbed, sizes 34 to ex- cellent wine. The Great Coat Sale Continue! All Day Tomorrow See full description of the lines included in our ad. in last evening's paper. It's a great clearance of odd lines at third to a half actual values. New Brassieres 11.35 and "11.50 values, various Stylet, sites up to 44. Boys' Wash Suite Huck and Turkish Towels 4 for All fully one-third less than present value. White Pique 3 Yards Worth 49 and BOc, to 40 in. wldi. Sizes 2 to I, waihable light narrow and wide cords, and -dark colors. PRINTS AND CREPES 7 Yards for Great variety of Designs and colors, all able. Ladies' Store -ASIF0R- mAllierta Fire School Abo Rfraves Some Rwifnations Cra.narpok, B. C, June Adam, Breohln, McCreery, and Har- ris, JJBeh battalion, left today for Workpofnt'Wfraeks, where they will Uke the officers' course before going Vita the battalion. Mr already passed his ex. ammitlwt ai ilWttnant and Is re- tanilbg to take the necessary exam- faattoas 10 quality for captain. Five memWrs M the Fernle company pass- ed destined for the same to take the course. __t Mkcora and mem'oers of B com- pany. JiSth battalion, gave a dance and to iniitr friends last even- Ing at Auditorium theatre, the oc- casion being proMbly the last dance prior to'the departure of the men foritbe tralnlmr. camp at Vernon. Up- warn of three hundred clUiens turn- ed Joit toiother with a representa- from Kimberley, Wj> ,e. Fort Steele, Moyle, From the latter place seven eanie In during the after- party arrived by orchestra fur- a Ilreiy programme of dance awlc which Wai'thoroughly enjoyed by o( Terpsichore. The was a feature of the evening, tefroikfflwu Ming supplied by the awaken at (be company. The affslr was Tot'td best time thus far en- -hospitality of the sol- dlers. CninbMlok was the scene of a mil- itary wedalot .yeiterday afternoon whin Private Roytroft, of the 225th n4 Utei .Delia Dow, daughter of Mr. anf ifri. Cory Dow, wen happily uni- M nairriage the Rev. Thos. pastor Of the Methooict ctaret. of B company the newly raar- manager of tho F. Parks hardware-company, left to- day for Vancouver, .where he will .vis- it with his parents and make arrange- ments for the placing of his non-re- unable bottle on the market. Mr. Brown has succeeded after of hard work, in placing before the pub- .lic a bottle which' it Is utterly Im- possible to refill. Mr. Samuel Evans was taken to St. Eugene hospital yesterday afternoon and will undergo an operation on hia eye. Miss Josephine Filker, of the St. Efigche hospital nursing staff, left this morning via the Kootenay Cen- tral railway for Ashcroft, B. C., where she will spend her holidays: The regular monthly meeting of the Cranbrook city council was held yesterday afternoon In the council chamber. The hotel keepers asked lor a reduction in the license 'fee ow- ing to the curtailed hours. It was decided to reduce the 'fee to 1300.00. Resignations of Fire Chief Foster and Walter Sowden, jailor and janitor, were read and accepted. -Mr. -Sow- den has joined the men In khaki ami will shortly report for duty. It was decided to advertise for applicants for these Appllcatlohs must be in by June 19th.' J. M. Christie appeared before the board .on belialf No Palate-Joy Like richest man in the-world could noj: buy anything more pleasing to the palate or more strength- ening than Shredded Wbtiit Bitcait with StrawberriM and cream. A simple, natural diet that will bring health and strength for the Spring days. Try it for breakfast; eat it for luncheon. Made in Garwda. of the Citizens' Recruiting league, ask- ing for a grant to asatot that body The matter ;Was held orer' until 'the' next meeting of the council The school board held Its regular monthly meeting last Friday evening in the council chamber Miss Slefer- ich tendered her resignation as teach er of the Central school. This the, board accepted, .with reluctance. Miss Sybil White, daughter of Chalriaan White of the school board pointed to fill the vacancy at a salary of S7000 per month Mr Ivor Bat-; sett, assistant, prtncipar of 'thV tral school, 'asked for and waa-grant- ed leave of absence until the termina- tion of the stating that it was his intention to join the colors The salaries of Miss Faulkner and: Mlsi Richards were reduced, to S70 per month. t A meeting of the license cpmmlK s'.on will be held Saturday afternoon at three o clock to consider appli- cation for renewals of liquor llcinies. Mr. E. H. HePhee and Mr. JJ.'D. Russell, delegates to the I.O.O.F. eon; ventlon from Key City Lodge No 42, are in Vancourer this sentlng.the local lodge of Six recruits joined the kat> taliou yesterday. PLAN MORE EHJIHUHE Ottawa, June An Importsnt con- ference between Ontario and feiMrat representatives took place today took-, Ing- toward a more equitable system; of recruiting whereby essential tricts may be 'Injured IB llttlt ai sible by the draining of men from the Dominion. The meeting wsa held In tht office of the prime minister there were present Sir Robert Hon. A. E. Kemp chairman of war purchasing commission; F. U. Ackland, deputy minister of labor; C. 0. James, agricultural commlitlon- er; Hon. Martin Burrell, mlnliier ot agriculture and AdJutant-Oeneral Hod- gins of the mllltla department. ALIX. MeQMCKN DEAD Edmonton, June Wort was celved in the city of tin death from wounds-la France dl June 4th of Lance-Corporal Alei. 'MiOiitl SOB of D. O. Mottnim, of this city, former moderator the 1'iesbyteliaa gemeral Take "her" a box of Oxxalttti Ifctire J. 0. MI8INBOTHAM CO., .LIMITID WHeUtale aM Natall Chemlata 322 Nellion'i li always treat and varied. We to ll.M THI FKANK HtDt.IV onus eo. Style and Economy Good why you TheM "Msde-h-Canada" all style an !a rery tapeaslrc Imported contts, price is iMdcnteaad li Wlnniptg, Robert Howie, Jr., D. D., Made a statement on behalf of-his father, Rev. Robert Howie, D.D., ainMttlra with the nil eitate dlattiseed yntelday. it was in a pet- ition to the assemnly for action and declared that Br. HowH had Into a deal with tir. Ormnt whereby hlfh class iwarallng acfcools were to be built Prwbyterlan church In -Howies to raise suflcleat nrtterto lud which In thnnfb. IhO'froMmAy.of tkc schools lor which IWttaH were to glre SflO.acrta Dr. for toiiiy OM- Tonor of anle said: "I court the fiillnt by tho church or statement of Mr. ,HowI. II "I want to CW i was threatened II and .ecclesiastical, I Jibe and sat down to 'awail ielio. that might develop. I tho Howlea to buy osw.aoMUT fccl of for.tho JehMi'o In.qMiUon bnt If I have do.. >tajkli which cfmnilW ikon I am praparti to IteM lav, my medicine ant, the rnaltei cleared up, of any civil or ;A1 I aak that ta :roi gntlowta ;