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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PasreS. THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Thursflay, June 20. 1013 CLARKE & CO. Phone 453 THE LADIES' STORE; Acadia Block -Friday Final clean up of all Summer Stocks of Suits^ Coats^ Silk and Wash Dresses and Millinery at savings totalling one-third to one-half the value of the various lines involved nil the s))|(Mi(!i(I liain (ippt^iiunitics av i- have oft'errd (lie Avomoii nC this city nnd district, this is one of the best,-yes, iindoulnedjy flie \vY\ liesr. Thar cei-iaiuly means ue\vs exn'aoi'diiia ry Idr \\()iiicii wlio are anxious to make their money l>ring' the fuil(\sr possible return- those Avho depreeiaie iienuiue bargains that oiler exceptional saving opporiuniries without causing a deterioration in the high qiuiliiy of tlu^ nierehnmlise inciudetl. It's simply a case now of cleaning' up stoclvs as is our usual custom Ai this season of the year and original costs are not considered in our determination to move out the goods at what tliey will bring. This is undoubtedly the biggest saving op})ortunity t)f the season and assortments from ^vhich to make selections are the largest shoAvn in any one store in Southern Alberta. A'isiiors ro the exhibition who arc roiTnnnre enough In hp able to lini;-or till Friday and Saturday, will find it the wisest economy to buy generously for present and future \\anl^ at these renuirkable in-ices. l'.t>ad (^-ery item carefully and shop in the morning if possible Great Half Price Suit Sale A selection of some forty odd suits including the very best and rnost attractive styles of the entire season, usually sold ?t S25 up to S47.50. included in vhis lot. Materials are finest navy se-g:;5 its well as imported worsteds, bedfords. etc, in the very best shades of tan. grey, browr^ Copenhagen and black and white stripes. 1-3 Oft- ALL OTHER SUITS WITHOUT ANY RESERVE Take anyrhing you cave :o choose from the b.ilance of our splendid stock of liEht and dark colors. $15 NEWEST OUTING SUITS Regular Sold at S22.50 ..... Made ^'ith cieara serge, ?kin, and coat of splendid qnalUy cheviot in scarlet, reseda and royal blue. Every Trimmed Hat Just Half Price None lower than $1, none higher than $5 ^'ery cheap, indeed, for such evquisite creationp, chosen with painB-taking caie from leading American fashion sources. FISK Hats which are The recognized leader? of all American makes, comprise thp greater portion of this --I'lnndid stock on sale at half price and there are .'styles to suit to perfection every type of face. Wonderfully Cheap Tailored Coats Choice of our entire .stock worth up to $25.00. including black and navy serges as well as the lighter colors In whipcords, coverts and diagonal worsted*, three-quarters, seven-eighths and fu.'l lengths. In C I ^ 7C sizes suitable for all medlutn figures, as wall as small and extra large ' ' * women. 1-3 Oft ALL OTHER COATS Throughout the Stuck . . .JliVilO Coats for $10.00; $18.00 Coats tor $12.00; $30.00 Coats for $20.00-that's the story now and llie entire stock is included. 1-4 on ALL RAir-l COATS Every one New This Season i\o need of betnc; impropnred -for the rainy days whoayoit ma buy a rain coat a', such a barsalu. Prettiest Wash Dresses at truly Remarkable Savings $4.75 WASH DRESSES WORTH . UP TO $10,00 ____.......... Made of Indian Heads, and repps-all in newest styles; colors sky, tan, pink and white. J12.00 Dresses Selling -5 .........88.00 $15.00 Dresses Selling n .......... SIO'OO S22.50 Dresses Selling n .......... S1500 lovely voile;.-oi?esses -C-SnnrS worth UP TOf^S.OO ...' ^iU.UU Beautiful washing goods in some ot the best styles we have had to show, white and all colors. �3."0.i'0 Dresses Selling ........ S20.G0 SRT.SO Dr>?;-ses Selling a.......... ij25!00 �345.00 Dresses Selling ^- .........; ,30.00 WHITE CAMBRICE DRAWERS Regular 50 cent Values colored GINGHAM WAISTS Regular $1.50 Value fine LISLE VESTS Regular 35o Values -  - GUARANTEED KID GLOVES Regular $1.50 Value � '- . fine LISLE HOSE Worth up to 40 cents - .  !............35c i 75c ! 25c ; 75c ! 25c Silk and Cloth Dresses G SHOT SILK DRESSES C1C t\f\ REGULAR $22.50 VALUES �P I V,UV Heii\y shot Messalines in very nesv and becoming styles, every one exclusive-no ,two aliko. $15.00 Silk Dresses ............... .SIO.OO jan.oo Silk Dresses ............... $20.00 ?37..v0 Silk Dresses................ J26.00 earing at Big Redocttons MISSES' SlLK DRESSES C;7'7fl REGULAR $11.50 VALUES .... i4>l'.l'U Made of lovely quality; navy serge with sailor collar and low 'ue'ck, tr'imiried with red silk braid. .$10.00 Cloth Dre�se3 ...............86.65 $12.00 Cloth IJreSROS ..........$8.00 $17.50 Cloth DreHses .........?11;70 Five Inches Rain This, ^lonth "-Coal Co. Active.-Dom-. inion Day Celebration . .Taber, June 25.-There are 175,0110 arre.c in crop in the Tabcr district this year, according lo an official report made by a local agent to his company. The district reported on iticludes the territory west from Ta-ber to Chm, ea.st to i^urple Sprin.gs, south 20 miles and north -30 miles, all of nhicli is practically tributary to Taber. The crop is in excellent shape, there bavins; been, an abim-dance of moisture, and everything poi^nts to a bumper harvest. nominion Day Events The townspeople are preparing for a big day here on July Ist. A very attractive program for the day has been prepared and some big prizes are being offered for the various events. The feature oS the morning Mill be the parade, in which there will he decorated autos, floats, etc. There wil! he a large nutnber of races in the afternoon in which is included'a three mile race tor which there are several outside entries, and for; which a 540 cup is beinp offered. There will also be baseball games. Coal Co. .\ctive The wealthy Belgian Syndicate which has purchased coal property north of towli on the river, is preparing for some big development work. A plant will be installed this fall witji an initial capacity of 200 tons per day, which Mill later be increased to 500 tons. The coal is of the very best quality. They expect to 'have -the plant in operation lor the winter trade. A total of five inches ol moisture Silver Spoons knives, fotttt snd serving pieces. In ri^any exquis-iti declgni, ax^ stamped ThiB brand it^, known u "SiHftr Plate that Wean" and is made In theheavJaat grade of plate. Satisfaction it gVLzruntetd. aom py LeajfllDB ttcadcil ha.s fallen in Taher since'the' first qf June, accorditjg to govern-nient red-ards' here', r.'i ifi ttw^^iriii oi la:-Jt Thur.sriav evening ,,fUi.,inch and a half fell. This brings ilio record f(ir the month clo.se to that of- June, ll^ll, when the total for the entire month was 7.02 inehe-;. Heavy rains have fallen during thi.s week. � KoUen Tipple yell The big ?10,o(io tipple at the old Reliance mines, easi of Taher, crashed to the ground on Tuesday morning. The structure was rotten from disuse, and the stress of weather. The Reliance mines were abandoned three years ago, owing to the financial inability of the company to proceed with devclopnient. The big three siory brick hotel is also in a bad state of decay, and is likely to crumble at any moment, ft was rumored some time ago that the mines were to be taken over by a new company, and development resumrd, but nothing has yet been done, 'i'hc coal is of jgood (lualily. For C. P. R. Cut-OfI A railway survey party is working 1 north of Taber, running linos from Expanse coulee to Retlaw. It is pre-.sumeri the party repre.sent.s the CP. R. whicli has filed crossing plans at P^xpanse coulee, and is expected to build a cul-ofT from Taher to Retlaw next year. For Teachers' Home The Taher school board have de-ciricil to advertise a bylaw- for $8500 to purchase a site and erect a teacher,';' home for the accommodation of j present; and future teachers in public 'schools. The intention is to purchase i the site this year and erect the home i next j'oar. ROOSE?[L R SOUIH lERICA New York, June 21.-Theodore Roosevelt will leave Xew York during the first -week of October next to stairt a series of addresEes in the Ar-gentlne Republic on "suhjocts of International social inierests." Inoi-dentally, he will visit Brazil and Chile and may malie a trip into the tropica) interior of the continent. Those details of Mr. RoDSHV'.'ltK iriji woro au-nounceij in his behalf yesterday. VESTOCK m mum Some Fine Livestock Will be Placed Under the Hammer Farmers who are contemplating entering the dairy busiiif-'ss or embark ing on a scientific plan ot mixed farming, or wlio are looking ^o tlie building up and bettering of their already established dairy or beef herds, should not fail to attend the special sale of pure bred and high class STade bulls and beifers, that has bren arranged by the e.vhibition board for Friday niorning. At tills sale will be entered all the pure bred Shorthorns unsold at private sale during the fair, that were brought to Ivethliridgfi by K. S. .McLean, of Stettler, from Ontario. The exhibition board, and the .AKSOclale P'oard.s of Trade are .'esponsible for this shipment, and the selections which were made by .Mr. .McLean are especially designed to meet the re-'UiiremiFnts of the western farmer. That is, they are beef types with strong milking propensities, and are known as the dual-purpose breed of cattle. They beef up weiJ. when fed on fattening rations, and at the sain'? time their milk producing apparatu.s responds remarkably well to the feeding of milk producing foods. This lot. which consists of 21 head. (14 yearling Shorthorn bulls, one :;� year-old bull, four �-'-year-old bulls, and two heifers) is iu remarkably good condition for sale, after their long journey. They^are all registered and the papers go with, each animal at : time of sale. They; are the choicest i and best consignnio-ni that has been brought to Alberta, for some time. in addition to this lot, fifty head of 15-liiths i)ure bred Herefords will be offered by c. J. Eckstorm, proprietor of the Dallas Farm. The lot consists of 25 yearlings and 2-5 head of heifer c-alves. Tliese calves have attracted wide:attention already and are from choice stock. > Ray Knight of  Raymond, will also put up for sale 2.') head of one. two and three-year-old fancy grade Jerseys. The lot are of exceptionally strong milking strain, and would make excellent stock for the foundation of a premier herd of dairy cows. The sale (.oniniences at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. J. A. Smith and Mr. Paisley, of l^acombe, official auctioneer fcF. the provincial government farms and for the Calgary exhibition, will handle the sales. The managemeni reserves the right to designate a minimum price at which any head of stock may be offered at auction, and to withdraw such stock providing that price is not offered. RELIEVE INSOMNIA WATMICU'S NERVINE POWDERS If your dealer cannot oupply ycm, the .1. L Mathleu Co.. Sherbrooke, P. Q.. souds box p�fct;iaia on receipt ot arioa. MED REPOR What He Found on Examination of Children in Public Schools .Medical Inspector Taylor's report and the receiving of tenders for the annual mid-summer innovation of the city schools constituted t!ie business before the special meeting of the School Board last night. Wellington Bros, received the contract for renovation at SIfi'O; Baw-(len Bros, were awarded the contract for shades for the High achoni .-it �iilOl, while the Board also approprit-od ?200 to go toward framing the pictures recently jmrchased for the schools. Dr. Taylor's report was a lengthy one. dealing wllb tlie health of all ihe uuDllb iu Ihu schools for the spring term. During his examinatiotj he found many cases of defective vision. Defective teeth are the leaders in iier-centage. over.DO per cent, of the children being  troub,l9d in this manner. Enlarged tonsils are frequently found, fifteen per cent, of the children examined being, troubled with stills affec- Cleanliness is next to Gbflllness, hut Dr. Taylor was forced to admit that there were some spots in the schools where the cleanly,virtue was tiot practiced any too assiduously. Soap and water is his preficription for the failing. The following table of the percentage of troubles found in eac'h school gives practically the complete results of the medical examinations at the Central, Westminster and .Fleet-wood schools: P.C. C. w. F. Tot. Vision...... ifi 14 12 15 Heariug...... 8 � 7 Teeth .. �..... 59 09 53 �2 Tonsils...... 17 17 1?. 1� Adenoids..... () 4 5 Eye trouble ... 3 4 4 3.5 Heart trouble . 3 O 4 3 Goitre..... 2.5 o 2 2.5 Not vaccinated 12 i 4 10 Other diseases ;i 3 5 � 3.5 WHAT DEWEY THINKS IS RE^ QU1RED FOR '. ADEQ^).ATE /.. y, S. NAVY 'r ,-, , . 11 ' � .-ffirji.-.a H' 'a. >', -. � � �� ' Washington, D.C.. .Jiine So.-rtAn adequate navy means a fleet second only to that of Great Britain, and inadequacy is an invitation to war, in the opinion of .Vdmiral Dewey, ranking naval officer of the United States. "I believe it is the duty of each generation to pay itK own insurnnce, and not to thrust Its burden on the gener. ations that come after; and the Insurance for peace is a navy strong enough to compete, ' says the Admiral, in an article written for the programme for navy day at Newport, E. 1., July 2, and made public yesterday. "The only function and justification for the existence of the navy Is the preservation of peace. To perform this function, then..the navy must he adequate, and though so much discussed In recent time.i, the word 'ade- quate,' as applied-to-tht' nsvy, has but one meaning, and that is an 'adequaio navy.' or a naw of strengtb sufficient to meet and defeat any na/val power. "This strength is not absolute, but is relative, and varies from period to period as do the naval poweHB of the world vary their naval stfengths. At the present period 'adenfftcy' on our part calls for a navy necond la strength to that of England only." KAISER ATIENOS KIEL REGAITA Kiel, Germany, June 25.-Emperor William arrived here today on board the Imperial yaob-t lloheDzoUsrn for the beginning of the Kiel reg-alta week. The Italian armoured cruiser Amalfi was present, but otherwiM the foreign visitors were unusually small in numbers. The German challengers for the Sonderklasz Gup, to be raced for at Marblehead, .Mass., ne.tt September, are to be selected during the series of races, beginning tomonow and oon-tinning on alternate days. $160andup;Si;/llSS \\e sell fiirriiture you will be proud of and that Avill make you feel yoar home is dressed in the latest style. ,, , 20 per cent, discount sale all this week Our furniture, our prices and our credit system will convince you that our store is the best place to buy furniture. Visitors at the fair are Invited to call and see our stock and get acquainted with our system. Your Credit is Good The Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK SIXTH STREET LETHBRID6E 7835 89 ;