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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta J'AGK EIGHT THE I.F.TlIHniDC.R DAILY'! ifERAED TlIUlisDAY, MARCUS, 1017' CLARKE'S READY-TO-WEAR FRIDAY SATURDAY Ircssps, ivnisls, in most iiltrnclivc showing.now almost variety oi' elioico, later on, and af iiccs'Silrprisiiiglylow, v arc in (lie iVoiit rank (his season, and I'm; rtul-diiss nuiny oilier lines we listvc seen for slylc, .Benulifiil now snils, coats, skirts, drosses, bigger and bctlor than you will see Noi'lhwuy Gavnienls, as in seasons and value. On ac'couul of Miorlnsc of labor and (lie fonseiiiici'it iiecossHy of many firms. Jinviiig1 iiiexiwriciicod help, many on (lie nuii'Ui't wliii'li luivc'bccn made up in a liiiuhsiznnl way, but (hose of (he Norfhway. make still retain (lie old diarader- istics of iiei'fecfion of fit, (ailnr woi-li anil shape keening abilities. make atleriilions -free and guarantee (lie i'it, A deposit secures your clioice you are ready 1'or it.- COATS FOR EVERY PUR- POSE IMAGINABLE FOR DREiilY WEAR, FOR EVERDAY WEAN, FOR MOTORING, TRAVELLING AND GENERAL PURPOSE GARMENTS. THIS STOCK FILLS ALL REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPLETENESS OF ASSORTMENTS AND TIMELY SUGGESTIONS, FOR THE WOMAN OF PARTICULAR AND CONSERVATIVE TASTES. SERVICEABLE TWEED Very pop- ular, this soasoD ior slreel or motor >vear. Close filling converHble collars. Clieck. tn-er-checfcs and rich In splendid pure wool Cloths. PLAIN CLOTH Serges, anfl broadcloths. Very dressy and rich. Special values at to HANDSOME COVERT short ami loos' K-nsilis. Convertible collars. jLnrge and small sizes. Prices (o LOVELY VELOUH Very atlmctlvc styles in iho now lilgh colors ot :ipple, gold. oM rose, CLC, I'laln and checked. Special val- ues at. anil The Nicest Dresses Ever Shown Here Serges and Silks in fne new Billic Burke and other attractive styles; sssorlmenls of these are not large For they sell out as fast as we get them but we have some very handsome garments ready for Fri- day and Saturday and well worth n special visit .to see. >Sorg'o Divsscs fllT.oO .Silk Dresses. AU crepe dc chene and combination (o Sergrt range fcpm small women, 16 and 18, up to larot, 44. We Specialize in Gossard Corsets The recognized leader among all front laMng makes, shown in a variety o[ modeU, to suit every type of figure. N'ou- made in Canada priced fully one- ihird less Iban American lines on .which heavy duly lias lo lie IMiJ. Sl.oO. 1 and AN .EXPERIENCED CORSET- I6RE WILL FIT YOU WITH THE MODEL BEET SUITED TO YOUR FIGURE, BY AP- POINTMENT, MORNINGS UP TO 11 O'CLOCK. Friday and Sat Values In New Spring McrcliiuiiHsc, ijonglH- ill special' jn'k'cs for quick soiling'. WASH In. Dainty floral tlpsfRnn on white "ground. Also nil plain shades, A wonderful AA value at tho price. Yard SILK SuiiaMe for wnlsle. un- derwear anil children's wear. 3ij Inches of wide. Colors pliik, maize, ivory and black. DENT'S pair Heavy' walking gloveSj tan auly. Very scarce now ami iiress gloves in white, black, tan anil grey. Hango rt A of sizes now complete. Special SUPERIOR SILK BOOT lovely cjuaUly' slocking now worth Colors black, vrlulc, 'n r pink, sky, olive, sand, gray, etc......... HEAVY TWILLED ilid weight anil very unusual value. Specially pur- chased, aud less than regular value at patr.................................. D SPECIAL NOTE EVERY GARMENT IN THIS STOCK IS CON FIN.., EO EXCLUSIVELY TO THIS STORE FOR 'tETH? BRIDGE AND ANYTHING YOU BUY HERE'YOU ARE ASSURED OF THAT EXCLUSIVENESS SO MUCH DESIRED BY WELL DRE33EC WOMEN EVERYWHERE. 612, 3rd Avenue, South A MOST ELABORATE SHOW- ING OF LATEST SUITS COATS IN STRAIGHT'LINE EFFECTS, MANY WITH PLEATS FRONT AND BACK! OTHERS PLAIN STYLES TO SUIT THE MORE CONSERVATIVE TASTE, SKIRTS MOSTLY PLAIN FLARE STYLE WITH BELT AND SHIRRED BACK. YOUNG LADIES' serge, nnvy, Lrown, green. 15 to '20. to LATEST NOVELTY arrived by express. A lovely selection in the firw plcnlcd styles. Colors afiyjc, gold, grey, IJelglan bine, etc. to GENERAL UTILITY Snmll, rOBUlnr niul large sizes up lo A wouilerrul range of this clasfc or girinerrts In navy, brou'U, Brecn ami black. (o WOOL JERSEY new snorls cull. Colors blue, "gold, ajiplo green, grey. Lovely exclusive Eimncnls. to ipIJT.oO Splendid Showing of Dainty Waists tbc market early this season lo get. tlio ulctst going 'and to liavo it in IInio tor early 'Inlying. Our complete new stock Is just lo liaiitl ui- cxpress and tbe' variety olfers splcniliil cHooslng In crepe du chenec.-'sllfcs; voiles, mar- iiuiaellcs, etc. Prices 59.50, S7.50, 56.50, 55.00, 54 00, 53.50, and ..IN THE BETTER GAR. MENTS WE SHOW ONLY TWO OF A KINO AND THEN GENEH- ALLY IN DIFFERENT. COLORS Ofl GQM'BINA-J TIONS. As Pretty Skirts as You could wish to see A most complete and attractive slock for general purpose sport and dressy werir shown In a variety of sizes (o any figure up to 32 and 34 waist. SERGE-SKIRTS. Navy brown, 1 c srecn nml black, lo Ijit! SILK SKIRTS. In plain colors and plaids. fld.OD, TWEED SKIRTS..In splendid styles for serviceable yj.oo 10........-__....... SPORTS 3KIRTS. In (lie nfiw nor velours, Plain and Inncv at on ?17.50 and 17.50 VJT.H TORONTO QOATHOUSES BURN. BIG LOSS Toroiilo, Mar. ciiLaes, IflO tnn-fioats aad 100 olheri classes of crait were by fire early this morning J. Devin's at ifce mouth of the Humber river burned to the ground. The [ire lumped across an intervening space to boathnuse .and damage lo Ike extent of Teas caused to the building aaii stock." Dtvin's loss is eslimaied ai to conteuts and Jo proparlv. Yort, March belwceri in valued at J3.000 each. outbuilding -The firemen managed lo save four Germany and America over the sink- one slage ot llie negotiations, by a personal appeal made "as man to inaa" to President Wilson liy Count [von Benutarff, then Cbrroan Amua: the President not RUNNING FIGHT WITH I GERMAN SUBMARINE Boston, 'March Associated Press Bays: A running fight in the English Channel on January 3L- be- Iween e Germau submarino and ite rltiEb steamer Foylo, in-which fiftj- hols irero exchanged, In-o of which struck tbe f'oyle, was dc-ocrihcd by Captain James ETans upon the ar- rival of the steamer today from Llver- ODl. On'e shot tore a hole through the upper deck of the Fojle and "another stnick on the port side. The Foyle. which carries a -1.7 euu att relumed; tiircctor-gcucral of national service, the fire and the chase continued 'for urged upon erery representative liis Co to ILs extreme limit is the aim every goofi housekeeper. That is Tvh7 she burs Zam-But Then In Leed of. a hoaeehold the fenows that it wlllgive better resulu, lust longer, and keep better than' auj ordinary olntmenL A small ajjantlly ol Zam-Butwin give bcttEr results, tban many times that quactily ct an ordinary ointment. J'. Is, therelore, net only heal, but most economical. Besides, as Kim- But contains DO animal it can- mit tutu remains per- tecyy good to the laU application. Ziun-Buk's supcrtority Is due to Ihe'Iact that 11 Is all medicine, whereas ordlnarj- olntraeals COQ- taln large proportion of animal fat and a small percentage of medicine, Is tot only EoolhlQg and healing., but It Is temicfdaL This jnaieo It ihvaluaWe as a firgl-aTd." >n applitation ot Zam-Bok "to a, wound as Kill pre- Teat all Jaug'er o'l blooil-poisonIns. Zam'-Buk Is spltniid for eczems. scalp Eorea, ab- -Houoda, blood-poison- bolls and pllee, as well _i ta cats, barns, Ecalds, bruises, and all stin Injuries. 50c, box, 3 for S1.25. .All. druggists ana" or Send Ic. etarnp for free trial bar. Edmonlon, an address in private lo the members of the leg- islature this afternoon R.'D. IJcnneit, more than two hours. The submarine abandoned the and sub- merged. to insist Ifiat Germany admit lhat the sinking of ihe Lusitanli was il- legaL and thereby iliroiv away bis oji- pori-jnity of bccoiiiins the intermedi' ary for peace prorosals. Tlus is given 25 UernsTorirs statement in "an article on the and career 5f (Le former Ambassador b> Frank Harris, a magazine Jn an Inlerrievr with nernstorli Harris quotes him as "I Lae receited iron our For'elsu Ofiice the -On na account lo admit lhat if arch Ihe blosins up of (he LuskanLi was Eprcrnmont to obtain niegal.' That, adjective would not bcjmcnl3 lotallins from Ihe accepted "unJer any circumstanceE "I found President ns: rositive lhai It illegal, and after doing my besl.lo set lorih our aide oi tlie arRiinient, I left the White House, feeling ;lial I hatl lost; lhat ivar was innninent. unaroidalile. that the solid earth from un- der my feet. Suddenly I asked my- self: Have I done everything I coiila! 'Krcrything.' I told myself, 'that a-'mail could do, except one Tennessee Copper company, aiirl (he day for nllegcrt Itfeach of a rontract lo supply ?4, OL Trini- duty to use every effort to increase forces, and Mrs, Lailcvr and little daiiehlcr ivJll Join licr mother in the Toronto home until the close cf'lhe war, or the return. of. Dr.. I.ailcy Troin" rhc front. Dr. Lalley li'os' the rank of provisional cnplriin in the Army llc- ilical t'orps of Canada nml has" done duly at as attend- ant to' the Edmonton company of Iho western university battalion. During Ilis short slay here, .cnfiaged ia es- tablishing, Vilii IDr. Gamer, a medical Mar. Associ aled Press today says: Measures lo meet Great Britain's action in forcing American ships to carry .British sup- production in bis constituency during. pijcs under consideration by the the year. His responsibility rested federal shipping board. President upon every member, Irrespective of personal or party connections. He commended (he efforts already made Wilson's proclamation prohibiting the transfer of American shirs lo foreign registry without -llio board's per mis'- business wlik-H has Imd measure of SMCCCSS, Dr. Lailey lias ruade many friends uhb wish him and hope to see him hack safe and sound lo Join Hie firm ngaiii. Dr. Asscltinc, Into of Lilloett, II. C., and formerly Ttracticingi here llonnell and lias returned to by the Kovernmcnl and Hon. Duncan) Sj0n. if is said, he uscil BS a Marshall-to solve the prohlems ofjpon to stop the UriHshi practices; labor and seed and promised the co- operation of Iht KeieraV sovenimeiit in -liese enterprises to the extent of. granting dollar for dollar to'the pro- vincial government to raise the neces- sary fumls. For Life and Death. It -was coming to be realized, said The situation has been macic acute Feruje nml will lafce the place vncalcil by Dr. Lailey, and has already enter- ed upon Iho practice of his profes- sion. Dr. AsscUJiie is widely and fav- orably known In this district; and his nllrtilion lo the new firm will lie an clement of Dr. Mr, llcnnclt, Uiat Uic Is-for aJjaill-5L llrilish life and death, and lhat Iho suomar- forts ,o cocrcc jnto tliorougti cducalion. bj- the contJnueil dciDntion of Queen's University man and lias bad schooners Neivman, of New'scvural years' practice to round out a York, held at Liverpool for several" months by inability to make needed repairs because her master will not agree to carry war supDUcs.- Anicrlcan ship have made parsonage this afternoon, when Her. D. M- uiijtcd-.iri niarriagc Mallieiv "Adrian L-yciii, oged and Miss Neva J.enore Ulodgett, aped 21. young people were from Seattle, where tliey liavc been attending EcbuoJ, anil expect lo return there to finish, their educational courses, after. which they, expect to go to Montana, near Great-Falls to lake up fanning. They leave tomorrow morning via l.clliurlnge for home via Great Falls. MUCH APPENDICITIS LETHBRIDGE There arc many cases ot appendi- citis in LcLhbridge hoapKnls. JIucli oi (Iifs can lie presented ivilJi sfmplo liticMhorn hark, ylycerine, as mixed in Adler-i-ka. This simple rem- edy acts on HOTII lower ami- upper hoivol, rcniovhiK such siirprlslBB loiil nmttcr tliat ONK SPOONFUL relieves almost CASK constipation, sour stomach or gas. A short treatment, helps chronic stomach trouble. Aillcr- l-Iia lias easiest anil most thorough ac- tion of anything we ever D. A wcddinp, a little out of tlie ordin-UHginbntliam Co.T Ltd., Druggists, ary, look place hero at Hie Mctlioulatl ine menace is real. Previous'lo Keb- ruary 1 Hie iu-tonnage liud been JO.QOO Co on nu'avcraee, _ but Bincc then tlio Joss in' tonnage hart become ro Eorions tlial if it trade between IJritain and France and yf .'iUeropts lo lorcc them to carry munitions. I American ships thai, have run chart i of roal in Hritisli is The Tennessee Copper Co., iL tlsrcatcncfl, our communini- agreed to deliver (o tho Russian witll lbR [and and would! havc IJCC" conuiallcil to agree to lalic crnmrnt, the complaint stales, licfore' neutral shipping coa' cargoes to France before the Xoveinhc-r 1. 1016, pounds oC: wac jn a liccuiiar rosltioii in relation "3n authorities permit (licm at 35c a pound. The lo empire. Great Ddtain must coal- Russian government, to bind the- r00d for Jjerself, her Immense paid in advance Ihe sum. afmy for population of ot anrt the Tennessee Cop-', yrancc ami naiy. jo nice; this In a of Iliree million' tons of wheat hi rcnuire 110 _ the fiacred power of pulline nn end DYING MAN'S PLAN lo the wBElc of'var, thc[ TO AID THE BELGIANS dreadful f him as man to man to and weigh everrlhiiig before .lie up hia. position as arbiter of week crc-aled a precedent for ring nations. President mcllfureral that caused much favdrabl Mortimer, a G. T. n. engineer, wno'dtccl here ifih I erfolla.lhia year- war. and it Inofccd ns it the available supply must be produced in' Canada The fate of the empire hung on our Alberta Can Do Much More. One purrosc of the nmcmlTiimits ,to; the g "HI. lost in the f of tlic last cor.ercss, In five Ihe boanl more power In this rcajicci. They would have permitted the board to refuse foreign registry lo ships IIOA- being huilt in American yards. As, many or these vessels arn being constructed for flrltfch ihe honrd, it is jiointctl oul, wovild had weapon v.-jLli which (o comiiel Great Hritaln (o respect the rishls ol American oviiiera. The Kliiptiiufr hoard, It is uniler- hlouO, Elsn lo lake ,nn 1 of coaling American shipi in Ihc Pacific Ocean- Vcaauls sail: 5an Francisco to Manila liavn SATURDAY m use a Glasgow This province capable" of mnt r'j was P-crnstorri liiniscif, Fays Mr. li ar- M i CtASCOWicPORTlAND.ME. E XLi. Huli N.S. A GLASGOWra St JOHN, MB. PORTLAMO'TO 'GLASGOW oincer HALIFAX TO GLASGOW ris, did not ?_TIprove of the morality of Uic sink'ny cf the T.usHanii, e-.en on tbft theory ihal it was reprisal for lihe Illegality nt thft Krilisli blockade. PETROLEUM ADVANCES Vork. Mar. SSandaid j Oil company of York tnJay an- an advance of 25 in petroleum, making raFrs. gallon, tanks ccnls ;.ui c-arrela ID f Ms coffin, and when the body vaa rc-L moved to the house the money slimiH hfe given (o the Itcigian ileiief Fun'l. friends nrrivnl for lly> servifT- >s. for o( Just in, finest quality thijy found the cgslict covered with and tn fnilinm thp niystory nnm TO-H the flying man's The the Armstrong Trrvd-J g Co by [ire. Only One "BROMO QUININE" To the grnufno call for full naiKc L.VXAT1VK BROMO QUIXINK. c.v K. W. RllOVK. Cures i Jn one 2uc. O (hft ItnM Kern In .Mar. 7.--Dr. and family Icavu 1'ornic tonight Turynio. where lite dfliJor nill he as- signed to duly "overseas1' ;