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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HEIALB FRIDAY, MARCH .1913 CLARKE CO. THE Phone 453 LADIES STORE Acadia Block New Easter Neckwear, Millinery Waists, Etc. ll Our Stupendous EASTER SALE Of all Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Garments Begins TOMORROW MORNING promptly at 9 o'clock and continues every day till Easter NOT ONE GARMENT RESERVED EVERYTHING GOES ON SALE! Every New Suit, every New Coat, every New Dress, every New Skirt, all Waists, White wear .and Underskirts, together, with every Hat throughout this splendid Stock, At Prices from 20 to 50 per cent, less than regular values Your Money never brought you such big returns, but we're prepared to meet unusual conditions with the most unusual buying opportunities you've ever met with. We have the goods to sell, and will sell them at present market value regardless of regular prices and actual worth. Select your Easter Outfit now, a deposit secures your choice till you are ready to take it away. Whitewear Going Cheap 51.40 A allies Iu Gowne, 3kin.5 and Vrinceas Slips, .all very dainty and weU mtide. Values In Gowns, Skins, Slip? suid Combinations all included with- out reserve. ALL OTHER WHITEWEAR REDUCED. Coats At Less than Cost of Making to Values includmg lhe laiesL uovellies Russian belted effects as well as a large range of the plainer tailored styles so poutflar this :s navy, 'black and grey and mixtures, including alt regular eizes as well as extra large women's sizes up to 44...... 9.20 Wonderfully Cheap Skirts S3.75 to Values In pure "Wool Navy Serges with yoke and plee.t9, also raiied Tweeds. Values In N'ewest- Bor. Pleated VoKes and Serges witli yoke as well full styles. ALL OTHER SKIRTS REDUCED. Values i.n laicsl Hussion belted effects; Colors. Tans. C'openlia- and Novelty 'Mixtures. mi sale at ete eects; I I 71 I II I lD I tUU 20 to 50 per cent off All Suits, all Coats. all Skirts, all Dresses, nil all Wlmewcar and all Millinery. Great Bargains in Newest Suits tO niid medium colored tweeds; coats all silk lin- ed, skirts made with tho ne-w yoke or pleated effects. A complete raiisfe of sizes included from 1G to 44 ValrrnL- a specially selected lot. inelud- .IllICS ing.naVy light Values in latest Russian belied and plain styles, coverts, white .-stripes and other 'high grade gar'mems. on sale at. All Otter Coats at Similiar Reductions MILLINERY SALE Values Including1 ".the Choicest- Crea- tions of the entire season.' Values Featuring most becoming and attractive styles. Values la the Xen'esL Tailored and Novelty Suits- Navy and 'Black Serges; Tniis, Greys 'anil aU other colors in tho stock at this price. On sale at................................... and 932.50 Values In and highest-grade gar- inents, plain tailored and fancy styles, all colors and sizes Big Dress Bargains S9.2Q Hi] 1.50 to Values In Silks and Cloth Dresses, in- cluding sixes for Iti to 44. S12.00 to Values In Ololli and Silk Goods; sizes 15 lo 40. ALL OTHER DRESSES REDUCED All Other Suits at Most Substantial Savings Savings in Waists _ 13.75 to Values In Newest Crepe de Chines iu all colors', ulau Finest Voiles. St.15 ro Values In Fine Grope Voile and Middy Walsls. ALL OTHER WAISTS REDUCED. TIME FOR FULFILMENT NOT is Canada's opportucity to p" raake good Tier boast that she Is tne p.V granary of tie Empire. -Many or her ybuoe men are displaying a martial turn and naEteoing 10 offer themselves themselTea in the cause the? at heart. But there is even B.' a deeper duty raoting on this country. That duty, well fulfilled, wbile helping ethers, cannot fall to help oureelrea. shall he. abundantly- paid for all do. and in doing win possess the pr.oud sense of serving the right. To neglect the opportunity tor improved production, la 10 not oolr fell short of of patriotism, but tc be guilty tot a crime. We have the ioil, we have the resources, we have the energy to .Justify, our claim to be the "Granary. Carry a-LtjiOn, H-f Great Britain imported of wheat from Canada also Imported husheis Sjrom-.RuiBifl, from Germany, from Prance, from Rou- from An stria-Hun gary r'fnA bushels from Bulgaria, a Ktbtal of bushels thai will have to be made up. There was a de- crease iii Russia's exportation to Bri- tain bushels in 1LUH, compar- ed With 1912, and of compar- ed -witli 1211. lu 1913 the Untied Slates supplied tfce United Kingdom with. busb'elB, an increase of 32..000.000 biiflhels over 1912, and 4V 000.000 bushels over 1931, while Co- na.da'3 increafle in 1913 over 1912 'was only bushels. Great Britain's total importations reached bushels. Great Rriiain imported Imsheli of barley from Russia in 1013, from Koumauia, bushels from Turkey-in-Asia, from Germany and buatiela from Aiistria-KuDgary; a of husnels. Canada sup- plied bushels, and tbe "United States bushels. Great Bri- tain's total importations amounted to buehele. j Great Britain imported busheJs of oats Jrcm Russia in bushels Trom Germany, and bushels from Roumauia, a total of bushels. Canada supplied 7.734.5S3 busliels. and'tug tn- ited States total importations cf oats were 950 bushels. _ Surelj- tbe foregoing figures "carry own moral io Cjnadiau farmers. Deficiencies That Must be Made Good Great Britain imported husnels of wheac from August 1913, to July 31, 1914. Russia exported bushels and Itoumania 000 bushsls in tlie same period. ,How much will these two countries export this year? Great Britain imported.from .August 1. 1913, ID. .rii'.y ?.l, 1914, hushela of oats, Russia cxporied busiiels. bushels, and Aoumanla bush- els. T'uc last three countries ia'lDir, BUND VICTORIA CROSS HERO OF BOER WAR GOES TO THE FRONT CQMPLETE SATISFACTION v GUARANTEED Try Blue Ribbon Tea. We know you will he deliglied with it. In fact .your grocer sells il on a strict guarantee of best quality. Sold Everywhere .Sfnd tKji cents to Blue Ribbon. Limited, for the Blue.Ribbon Cook Booh. 1 he bait cook book ftf In Western Canada. Writt name and addreM plainly. ill hardly eiport a huslicl. How ia je deKciejicy to be made up? Great Britain from August 1, 1913, to July 31, 191-i, imported bushels of barley, busliels and .Roumanla 000 bushels. How much Is-Canada go- ing to do to ma'fcc ui) the large short- age? Bacon and Hams In 1913 Great Britain imported 5.- lumilred'weight of huccn. Ca- nada sujjpJicd hundredweight. Russia. Sweden, Denmark and the Netheriaatls furnished and tlie United States hundred- weight. In Britain imported hundredweight of hamfl, of w'liicb- Can- ada supplied ihundredwelfilit and thV''United-'State> la 1910 Canada .only .supplied hun- dredweight. _ There is soine Improvement in hams, hut a Bad falling off In bacon. Britain took hundredweight of the lat- ter commodity from this country ]n 1911. but as previously.slated 7-15 hunclrethvGight in 1913, a decrease of hundred weight in two yean., CHILE PROTESTS Claim German Cruitttr Dresden Was Sunk in Chilean Waters Santiago, Chile, Chilean government protested today la Croat Britain and Germany agnlnst tlm alleged'violation oC Chilean neutrality involved in the sinking of the German cruiser Dresden. The protests are based on the assertion the Dres- den was in Chilean lyaters. when the was destroyed, during a fight with warships ol Juan Fernandez Island. 'Jfe Cnplain k. was a wanted n V, C. for heroic work in llie iiuer win- where ht iusi liis eyesight, lias gone lo the fnmL Unable lo laVc up arms for his coun'ry-'thc blind tfo lo one ol tlic bases of Ihe army in France imd Ivpc Icllera lor Jus brother soldiers. RESH FISH 1 IVl-JkJl 11 IkJl 1 Shipped Direct as soon as caught from. Slave Lake, Alberta PRICES TOMORROW Whitefish, per pound 6c Pickerel, per pound 8c Pike, per pound 8c We have some choice dry picked Spring Chickens and Turkeys. DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 ;