Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 TTIK LETIiniUDGE DAILY HERALD CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block 10 Sale Days June 19th 30th CLARKE'S Every Customer Benefits Savings Are Immense THE BIG SALE MAKES GREAT STRIDES Surpassing in Values and Buying Enthusiasm Any Previous Event of the Kind An Avalanche of A Record The ladies of Lethbridge have been quick to appreciate the significance of this g-rent saving-evenl, To buy certain clcnrino-linos of Vocals nl a low price is not un- but to get at big discounts choice of the.largest and most complete stock of dry-goods, millinery and ladies' in Southern Alberta is some- thing decide dh" out of the', ordinary. That's the opportunity that awaits yon here and if you are alive to your own interests you will.put aside all, obstacles and attend, for true economy in its sense is illustrated in the bargain sale price of every item throughout the store. The Outstanding Features for Tomorrow's Selling Are the extraordinary -offerings in the final, clearance sale of all iiiillinery and ready-to-wear garments, and these attractions are made doubly interestino- by the fact that all other goods for for personal and household use are subject to big reductions.'.increasing the purchasing power of vour dollar by at least one-third. DO YOUE SHOPPING IN THE COQL HOURS OF THE MORNING AND ESCAPE THE EAGIvK CROWDS OF TlOiAFTEKiVOOA BURDETT SEES A BUMPER CROP OUTLOOK IS VIRY WELLS NEAR THE TOWN- OTHER NEWS Burdett, June receut raini In this district have assured the farm of a bumper the grain was put in on spring breaking is looking well. Farmers 'are HOH breaking and expect to 'be able to do 60 right Aip to the time of cutting. Good are in store for the business they will now have the centre -'or the vas company locat- ed right their door. Ever since Old Glory WM put down the gas sup- ply has been spoken of. as coming from Bow IiUod and that town has received a Urge amount of advertis- ing in consequence. Now it is the Uim of Burdrtt. Tne weili are with- in sight of town. Ths company has just completed arrangements for a site for the superintendent's dwellings and workshop within three miles of town. The con- tractor for placing the telephone wire along the pipe -line has made Bur- dett bis headquarters and is now act- ively at wort. Mr. Easterbrook who has been in fharge- of the Methodist church here during the last year has resigned from the 'position and is about to take lip other work. His place has been old over from last fall. One ATP been hauling in a distance j Llll U abla to hoi man has b of forty-three mites. Last, winter a farmers' elevator and trading company was formed and charter obtained. It was arranged that no great effort to place the shares should be made till the crop was aa sirred. As this is now cartain the been, taken in" hand in earnest and' the directors are now rrahging to get the necessary money to start building operations right away. Later on unless there are more stores erected In the. town it is their intention to start one of their vn.'v Several of the boys have gone to Calgary for the annual militia train- ing. One or two are watching, the :rains as they are playing truant and lourly expect a corporal and a file of men to tak prisint piosppcts ire tint the harvest will he fifty per cent, greater. A NEW SCHOOL: Berlin will have a new sep- a rate school. Certain m results beca use purest m quality; try it and see. i for tlic onmught hotel hue the! excavation almost Today, June 20, was court of re- vision for.MacIcod. While the list was a hrge on" onh nppeirrd at the court, 'complaint was to corrections made is to the pro per owners. Thus the assessment roll for 1.112 was a'just and fair one to all. H was confirmed and rendv now for the rate which is expected to ho nhout. eleven mills on the dollar. Mr. Bury, of the C.P.R.. was a Usitnr .ari. luncrlo was pleased Macleod, and his very efficient staff. The most import- ant change is the promotion of Chief Dispatcher Humphreys to terminal superintendent of Moose Jaw, .where he will moVe on the arrival of his successor. The C.P.H. gardens are doing well under the care of Stevens. f R gnders ire nou in Ihe town, and real estate is verv active. Many small, but important sales arc reported, and sood crop prices arc being FORMER CANADIANS DIE IN ENGLAND London, .June Fraser. a veterinary surReon. formerly of Mon- t-real-and Toronto, died yesterday at aneinsmi. Captain Klllaly-Ramble, formerly of Toronto, died yesterday at Bourne- mouth, PAY RAISED Kingston tinsmiths have had their piy raised to 12.75 a day, Tender Meate of Tender Age .A H K TH E OX L K fX I) admitted to oiii sloie A (iilKfil e> e, a laslidioiis taste and n ol good meat, tatill ith oiu WE KILL AND HANDLE EVERYTHING Vo cold slojfluo nip.its lundlrd For Ihe clioici-sl ,ind hc'sl -.olcf tion Plioac 4-5-2- G. A. DELANY Corner 4th Arc, S., niiri St. S.