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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Psgre S, THE LETHRRTJDGR DAILY HERALD June CLARKE'S AR0UND" SALE Is the Premier Bargain Event of the Entire Year Surpassing in Values and Buying Enthusiasm any Previous Event of the Kind ALL AROUND All the New Hosiery AT "ALL AROUND11 SALE PRICES and 43c acd 50c Values....... 35c. Ard so on thrsughcut the enlire stock. All the New Gloves IN THIS "ALL AROUND" SALE and -lOc Values................... 19c. and T5c Loos LUIe Gloves.........45c. And so on throughout the entire stock Tin- woiiu'ii of l.ptU'iridge have boon quid; In appreciate liie significance of this splendid sav- ing ovum. To liuv fiTtailTtines ol' goods ;U a low price is not unusual. Kul to get at big dis- i-dunts. dioiee of tin: largest and most complrlo stock of dry-goods, inillincry and ready- to-wear ganiienis shown in any one store in Southern Alberta, is something decidedly out of the ordinary. That's the thai awaits you here, and if you are alive to your own in- tereMs, yon put nside. ;tll obstacles.and attend, for true economy in ils broadest sense is 1'or- i-ilily demoiiMn'.ted in the bargain sale price of every article throughout every department of the store. WE DO MOT INTEND TO CARRY OVER TILL ANOTHER SEASON. A SINGLE LINE OF GOODS THAT WE CAN FIND OTHER OWN. ERS FOR BEFORE THAT TIME. WE'RE GIVING YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE BEFORE THE SEASON IS TOO FAR ADVANCED' AND JUST AT A TIME WHEN YOU REQUIRE THE VERY MERCHANDISE WE ARE SELLING CHEAP. BE AMONG THF. EARLY BUY- ERS AND REAP THE BENEFIT OF SUCH EXCEPTIONAL SAVING CHANCES-WHICH TOTAL BIGGER SAVINGS THAN ARE USUALLY OFFERED AT THE END OF A SEASON. All the New Summer Wear Things at "All Around" Sale Prices Suits, Coats, Cloth and Silk Dresses; Muslin, Voile and Wash Dresses, Cloth, and Wash Skirts, Silk and Sateen Underskirts, 'Kimorias, Blazers, ariy-reserve whatever included in this All Around" Sale. We make Alterations and Guarantee the Fit All'the 1 AT "ALL ABOUND" SALE PRICES J350 and 54.50 SiUc Waists 51.10 and 51.50 Tailored Waists''.'.'..'... 75c. And on throughout .the entire stock.- All the New Underwear AT "ALL SALE PRICES loc and ISc 10c. S5c and 40c Vests 25c And 53 on throughout the entire stock 'All.the New Whitewear AT -ALL AROUND" SALE PRICSS 40c anj SCc Corset Covers 35c- 51.75 Princes Slips ?l.15 "Ard 33 on throughout the entire stock SUIT SALE Worth up to All other Suits Reduced COAT SALE Worth up to All other Coats Reduced WASH SKIRTS Regular Value All other Skirts Reduced 95c WASH DRESSES Worth up to All other Dressei Reduced HOUSE DRESSES Worth up to .AH other Dreties Reduced CREPE KIMONAS Worth up to All other Kimonai Reduced All' the. New Corsets''- -1 PRICES'- 51.50 Corsets; now .'.'-V. 1... 95c- ?2.00 Corsets, now And so 'in entire'stock Ail the New Trimmed Hats HALF PRICE T.ovelv and very aUraellre styles In the very beat and -most anlHorltaciTe models n'e have had to ihis HALF PRICE. CLARKE CO, The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block All the New Wash' AT "ALL ABOUND1' SALE PRICES inc. Wash Goods COc and srta Hangers for Arnual Mill; tary Camp. Jur.c le.-iC to' have 'given the chenues fs tin- lhe ?ov3? nian CM. o( JlacleoflV prominent favrrers, tte rtwrned or. Saturiav (rorn Svect j Hofner, prescnlcd at !l'e. tank. !aler- ll W3S ec (irass, -where jic and his tank. !aler- ll -have. take-up honiesl.Mils. itated 'thai conditions hettsr la j "f h ag- lcc tnvi- Ascription of Southern Alberla at present Ih5n IEC IrMa> 01 Ihki'aiMitana district- Ihc man i.-as given and Detective >nt_- i. -'i it j ii sergeant Piprr is now v.orking on Shorthand College thcscase. Tfe R5 lot Hie summer liolidajs' on June 21th. During the presfnt tcrpi msny'-bt'idents haic hern-placed 'in good positions in Southern The Maclcod Radrn-Ponell Scouts have arranged to po camp at YUllow t'rsea, about 13oy into fire -Ma. The college is ill open again about i about fir lst.; j miles from toya. The will V.t C. .Heretfyrd has coinpltt'd (he si.Jc A visitors' Jay also .be held ol tracts, and'is row put- ting'in "his stotk. expects to be ready for busiaess'hy the latter part of the -f -r ;L McKay, laic postmaster here, IciC on Fnda> morning lor_ Yancou- arrange Jo in a private business. Me to .Macleod at the -end of -June to move out his family and effects. Although ITic of- ficial xppoiclmettt has not freea re- triced as yet, Mr. R. T. McXichot has started his duties as.the1, nsw postmaster, snd Inspector Humph- i Calgarj, is expectrd down 'V ol and the proscnta- 'any day .to male the transfer. ttic IrJ-an-v ]lrfzcs awarded by ''Hy'the death of Harry" Mflner, 1hc en on July 1st, mil last lor during which time all kinds o open air scout work nil.l be praa liccd. together irith diBerent sports THE.. DISTRICT COURT HIS APPBLl The is the list ot cases set down bearing today in the District Court; Thomas Vs. Bulman Poanat; Shejjherd Dublop. k Pike vs. Buffalo Head Pron-se Lyon'sf Shepherd t'Oiinlop. .Wiley vs. Vemmm-J. fl. Palmer; !hcpjeld Dniilop. TjaCy vs. and Dunloii .1. R. Palmer. Western Supply Kdulpment Co, vs. IlicX. et W. S. Ball; Shepherd MISS COLLARD HAPPILY MARRIED WILL, .GET., June IS. The .supreme fourt en hanc today" dismissed with- out costs. Ihr. appeal of Martin .James Armstrong against the ver- dict o! a jury-nho lor breach of promise oi marriage award- Mrs: Henley .I.en-is (nee Louisa Col- CRESCENT HEIGHTS METHODISTS SORRY TO LOSE, MAN LETH3RIDGE GAINS Dimlop. ilcDonalri vs.. West Canadian In- The following is from the Calgaty Xeys-Telegrarn Methodist cburcb was Heights the sceue, vestment Co. el ID vest- ment Co. Mcllae vs. Canadian Pacific Railway R. PaJmer; G, A. Walker. WilMe fc Kerr, VB. I'almer; Shepherd Dunlop.- Merchants Bank vs. Milk Mercantile Co.' Kera- H. Pal- mer.. Pinhorn vs fc DLJD- uhcn all Ihc townspeople wilt te vitei to visit the camp The tliird annual spnrls of the St Paul's Mission will be. held on Hit .Mission grounds on ihe Blood Kc- scrsc on Satuiday, June 28tii A good program of sports has arranged and a 3arge from Macleod .is evpectcd to talc m the sports. Official time will be taken on all events and registered with the A. At tLe comoiencement MOP; In person. of tlic appeal, George Ross, K. C-.l Wort man vs counsel for Miss Collard agreed- to [Junlop; Conylieare Co.. accept jnd no I03ts for appeal. the binincss men of the toun, man who nas killed here 'j his wife and three chil- he made by Hobert I'allcrsoii, P. C. M. O'linrn and J. I'eaifl have left destitute. H a. Ma- If" judgf... The folio, ing {hews Us.volunteered to tale up a S a "3t Df llic "enla all io help them, anrt ibt .principal business places l' authorized to take any ol these Mr. Geo. Fleming L' i 1 r .Theatre WtONEtDAY- ind THURSDAY, .'NIGHT Maralhon race, open. Football match lelwecn the Mao Icotl and Blood Indian (cams. 160 Yard1; flat rare. Kg? and race for ladies. .Mile rare, open. Obstacle race for men. race tor laiiitfc and men. 250.Yarfts race Tor men, race for ur.der 15 years. Hall mile race fnr rnrn Married men's 250 High jump for men Broad jump men. Indian parade prizes vill he Ihe two'men and vorneri scaring the best. Indian Indians parade the length of Oir grounds 1 Tue of war, Inc i vs Cauridian Pacific Jlalhvay R. Palmer; G. A: U'alkcr Olt vs Dun- lop; ,J. K. Palmer.1 Amusement C'o'va Jotmstonc ti .T, H, Palmer. Great West Assurance Co. Co; in person. I.oR.irre is Campbell; Shepherd "R." Pal-, Cootl' boyjzJtsopcrs comracncc uiing Wilson's T'ly Pads early the stssori. Do il now, You wil! not til many, but onc sc-li thousAndi thit wouM ir.fcst your Iiojnc later or. Ileatherahau- mer; Shepherd Slacej f.umhcr' t-'o, person; In person. !flizon3 Co. vg person; In Sol man Una- jlop; iri person. Citizens Lumber Co. Shepherd ft Dunlbfj; En person." Andcrton vs D.mloji; In person. Co. ttf JfackCnzie t Menzle, ixiurle. Workman's.Compenfatipn Barrle vj Diamond Coal Jl. Fajnier; Johnatone t Kltchfe, CONSERVE THE WATER June oi a siblc water famine before thft new led loday lo the issue or an orJer from rlly hall to discontinue all during Ihe if Ay of1 TLursday- evening, of a farewell to HEY. J. B. Francis ana his family. The program, uhicb was high-class and varied, was under the direction ol'the Ladies' Aid society'of tbis church. The "ft as occupied VV.. E. Grant, "Sunday school superin- alter a few musical Fe- Icctions bj' ihc orchestra he gave an appropriate adtfrcss, slating the na- .ure of the meeting referring aj cngfh to the devoted services of: the pastor, his wife and father and moth cr. He said that perhaps he -viyvU miss others on ac count of the important places lhe> filled in the work ol IKc Sunday school L. T. Courlice was then called, ant be referred feelingly to the long ant efficient sen ices of the font member; ol .the I'rancis family, saying ihal o all the in Ihe- Alberta confer encc this year, Westminster church Lethhndge, would get the strot aggregation, and asVed a favor of Ih pastor, lhat when al anj future oc casion the Crescent Heights congee gallon1 had an important piece work on har.d, such as the opening o a "new. church, that he would com up. arnl assist at tic service. Ac dresses and prcseti tat tons the in" order, and as.follows Mrs U, Ford read two addreShes from the Aid society, each'accom panicd hy a check, one to Kftv. an Mrs. J. U. Francis, and one to Mr and Mrs- Francis, Ms fathe- and mother. Mrs- H. Mot en on se, on bchaW i Alturian club, made an excellent ai dress and piearnlatifjn )lhs Minn Jiteinbrccl-cr's Sunday school das was tepresenled by Miss Pa nier, why. after a filling adicUTd the tinic since their arrival, d stated they had hern _the best ats of their lives. Mrs. Francis re- rred i om ar ar her cl men and U tU 1ILU Ut JUlillt, IIJC11 rn, saying they ever he to her heart, and ihe- hoped to from lime to time'of their pros- rity and advancement in the Chris- an life.-. Tie wished them all.Hcav- 's ch'oirodt Wcosing. _-, Buriag Mr, Francis1 remarks he re- rred to the first Sunday he h'eld r vices in There were lout 20'present, and he asked "his Carers, to rally around theic new islo'r'as they had with him, and if :ey woWd hear from time to me ol Ihcir ahtindant success. Re- 'eshments then Mr. H. Roberlshanr was musical di- and the nlcetmg dispersed af- ?r" tiiany hearty handshakes and will picach lits farc- ell sermon Sunday -cTc.Ting next, net will leave for Lelhuridgc Tues- ay, Ulh. likely.he called -to-flH-a oa the team. FOREIGNEXCHANGE .COIN FOR BISLEY. e represented by another man "on the 'anadian team this 3ear., Ser- eant A. M. of the 30th osinunt received uord that he is irst on the iJEt and would Cily oJ'McSiCd; etcha f or' Ji frh" 'A month ago bankers' as'' liifch -2.5N pesos for dollar gold, but'which" dropped to two pesos for one- doltai .the an- 'nounccment oE MLc -placing-of BW.OOO pesos lo'ati- lij" the--govern- ment, has agam rjgcn io approxi- mately to sell at atLy.priqc- The flurry, starJLfd wHh-lhc lefu1 _ to sell bv Banco CLonalc .dc" jliygngh it is understood that the French, loan funds arc to bo' paid, giving as a reason Ifiat balance uas" exhaust- ed abroad. The Veal reason is'said to tic Hie lacl ihaC'thc loaii fimds, are being clelncicd in installincnU.. In- steatt ol in a finhp 'MUM ly was expected.'The first 50.000.0011 peoOSi paid in liaVo Ijcon exhausted by pressing' and the second installment, by the samt amount, is JiOl yet available. The Right Place for a Water Pan AVriU for Sunshine or our loctl agent to ex- pjiin the many advantages of this furnace, orer any other. make certain of a' in a furnace is just over the feed door and this is where it is placed in the "S.unshine." It has a lip front anci- 13 the right, licight for easy fill- without removal. Its positjon and capacity of die healthy hilmid McGIaiy's Furnac Tcronlo Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver SI. Hamilton Edmonton ;