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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETMRRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadta Block Bigger "All Around" Savings Than Ever For Thursday, Friday and Saturday In addition to the exceptional savings throughout every department of the store which have been received with so much appreciation the past few .days. We are directing extra efforts for the next three dam to the absolute clearance of all Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Stock and are going at it with the fixed determina- tion of reducing them to the lowest possible minimum no matter what price they bring. Original costs or actual values are not taken into consideration-its merely a case of what each garment will bring to make sure of its quick sale. So now the op- portunity is yours for the balance of the week to buy the choicest garments of the sea- son at the lowest price you have ever paid. Scores of Other Exceptional Savings Throughout Every Department Thuso are only representative values as Immlmls of oilier iillrntitivo :bargains' await you that we eauiiot mention here. sale at.... Silks on 45.0 Crepes and Wash Goods -25C 65e Eatines and Hupps oh sale at 53C 25c and iJOc Crepes on sale at'... 50c and 60t; Crepes and A7oilcs at 35c 35e Hosiery on sale at......... 45o Hosiery and Gloves on sale at 25d 50c Hosiery and Gloves'oii sale at 35C Waists on sale at........ ..-.'95c Kitchen Aprons on sale at'. 12.50 Corsets 011 sale Have on -Everything You Buy. Ail the New All the New All the New All the New Suits Coats Skirts Kimonas And in Addition to the above, All Wash Skirts and Dresses are included at 20 All the New Raincoats All the Children's Coats All Cloth and Silk Dresses AH New Trimmed Hats Per Cent off It's the fixed policy of this store that every garment must be sold during the season for which it bought and this method of absolute clearance will undoubtedlyi provea most effective one, including as it does every garment in the lines mentioned without any reserve whatever. Do not let such an opportunity pass. Local Manufacturing Concern a Get Lo- cal Support There is in Lethbridge today an in- dustry perhaps, is not quite so known ?.s it deserves to be. This is the Chocolate and Candy Manufac- turing Co., on Sixth street South. Con- sidering that chocolates and candies are consumed by all classes and all ages, their particular manufacture is of importance to the community. That they should be produced under hygienic with sreat care given to the" materials used, is essential. .-V visit to the local factory is not only interesting, but assuring', for there one sees, the manufacture car- ried on in conformity with all the ne- cessary re a ui rumen ts. Ail tho choco- lates are hand-ro'.led and hand-dipped, with no starch worfc. At present fifty different varieties are turned out, be- sides varinus kinds ot hard randy. This is, however, only an initial start, for .Mr. Lush, the head candy maker, has recipes for 145 different sons. The bulk chocolate is put up in five- pound boxes, and the fancy varieties in .halves, ones and twos. These are neatly and carefully packed in lay- ers. In .taste and variety the choco- lates.lose nothing'in comparison with the standard and well-known French brands. -In fact, the quality ot the article is a revelation and a surprise j as to what a local industry, with its present scope can produce. The Vic- toria creams, for instance, are made of pure fruit, nothing in the way of es: sence commonly employed, being used. Fresh strawberries and cher- ries, ..with obpcolate coatings; .will soon be put on "the market, so that these fruits will be found fr.eshjin >the depth of winter.' in the burnt al- monds only the genuine article is used, no hazel nuls being dipped. For butterscotch, butter only is employed, it is not adulterated with fat. There is only one coloring used by the firm, brilliant rose, guaranteed for its purity by the Canadian govern- ment. The coatings arc supplied by the well-known Canadian firm of Wal- ter Baker Co. The "penny suckers" are note-, worthy, as being all .made of genuine sugar, the brown shade being effect- ed by the stretched molasses. A feature of the candy factory is that the. requisites for manufacture are made in Letlibridge. The starch hoards for cent goods' have been made- I in town, and the marshmallow boater !run by motor. Although Ihese. have cost the firm more than they could otherwise have been for, the principle in using them is to havu us- Eontia'ily a. home-made industry. The beauty of a home-made candy factory is that the sweets can be ob- itained jxesivan not to be lost.-sight of in a dry.-climate. The firm> complains that it is not receiving the local patronage which it deserves. This is greatly to be re- gretted. An enterprise of this kind, wh'icji not only aims at, but produced j goods that 'trill hold their own with j the best staple goods of the same line, j requires every encouragement. Apart j from everything else, that a commod- ity so much in general use can be ob- tained with a guarantee of purity and quality, as the Lethbridge product, should -weigh largely in the choice of will likely come in handy in their business. Huerta Gunboat Sinks Rebel Boat; Officers Suicide Washington, D. C., June ilucria gunboat Guerrero defeated and probably sunk the Constitution- alist gunboat Tampico neat Maza't- lan, according to a report today from Rear Admiral Howard. The captain and chief. engineer of ihc Tampico committed .suicide. The naval battle was witnessed by the United .States ships New Or- leans, Perry and Prehle. No details were reported. A long despatch'was received at the White House from the American delegates at the Niagara conference which, officials said did ,nol criangp tifd situation. Both the war and state department's and the White House disclaimed having any oflicial infor- mation on the reported break be- tween Carranza and Villa. ACCIDENTAL DEATH Medicine Hat, Alta., June dental death was the verdict of the coroner's jury in the can death D" Niizar Domlan, killefl. by a pusher engine at Stair on Saturday. FUNERAL OF CANADA'S GREATEST SALVATIONISTS "I NET, A _ ..Ten.thoiis.-.nd peoplo. th.e sarvlee in. Uic Arena, ami ono hundred thniisand citizens lined ,.0ie street, when toe.funeral cortege of Mrs. Commissioner Rces, Col. Mrs. Sydney Maldracnt, and fourteen other WrWonlsta, whose holies were recovered from the of the UmprcM, wero rarriea Ihro.K, the of Toronto on nix foui-horso drays to Mount PteaMint Uerm-tery, It. .rotahly t" funeral ever freen In Toronto. is Ue headquarters of the Salvation Army, lost nearly two hundred citizens In the of tlie Speaking of gentleman burglars, Chief Skelton has the richest thing in leaat, he was the object j of admiration 0t the atation for a j short time yesterday, but proved too wilrl to retain, or he should have been i exhibited in a giass case. I This light-mitted individual is said to have stolen a tennis net from the St. Cyprian tennis grounds. Th.e theft was reported to the police. They searched in vain for the missing net. Yesterday the owner of a ferry boat on the river reported that his vessel was missing. The 'city sleuths were put on the trail, and after a long weary search, located the craft, with their quarry aboard, on the river. The quarry in this case was the man re- puted to be Hie gentleman burglar. He had the tennis net in his [tosses-' slon, and was using it to gather tho j fish from the.cool d.epthy. Thoj net and the man were taken to the j station, but the club could not identify J their net. It might nave been a fish net fir a police net, fpr all fiiey knew.! Tn the meantime, the.gentleman, who claimed that ho had purchased the j not in a legitimate manner, WUK, sent; to gather in hta salesman. the club returned to their grounds, lo and behold, there was an entirely new j tennis net stretched across the courts. No one knows where tlie gentleman isi (it the present but lie lias de-j camped for purls unknown where he; may fish to his heart's content. The, chargo of theft was dropped, as the no deslro to1 push'It In the! j face of micii treatment. j Tlie police do not yet know wheth- cr gentleman really annexed tho net as he said, but jut. nny ntto, Uiey.-arei Btlll tlio OMiei'H of a'perfectly good net, wlilc NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE V WHAT HERPICIDE DOES This delightful hair-dressing strikes at the very root of hair trouble by eradicating contagion that causes dandruff, itching scalp and falling hair. The hair is then permitted to resume its normal function ex- cept in chronic baldness which is incurable. WHAT SUNLIGHT DOES Sunlight is'nature's gre.it disease destroyer and prcphylaeUc. The effect of sunlight upon the scalp proves highly beneficial, if a complete plan of scalp cleanliness is curried out! This cannot well be done without the use of ilerpicide, which prevents reinfection and keeps the ecaln- in a sanitary condition. More men and women have gotterTpoottlve results from the usa of Nawbro's Hernlcide than from all hair combined. HOT WEATHER TROUBLES The perspiration tlmt exudes in Increased quantities during the summer months, carries out odorous and refuse matter that would otherwise clog up the pores of tho scalp. Incomplete elimination of this waato, produces a hot and feverish condition of the sweat glands known afl Prickly Heat for which l-Torplcldo is highly .beneficial. Herplclde stops itching of the scalp almost instantly. Send 10 cents In stamps to THE HERPICIDE COMPANY, Dcpt. 113B, Windsor, Ont, for sample. Two and At all Toilet Goods Counters. When you call for HERPICIDE, do not accept a substitute, APPLICATIONS AT PROMINENT BARBER SHOPS.' J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, Special Agents ;