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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PXGE.i^GHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD fbiday, march U, lOlR -it^.** Iff' CLARKE & CO PHONE 453 ACADIA ' The Ladies' Store SATURDAY WILL BE A BIG DAY IN THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT The woiticn ol' lliis ciiy Utwv prtivcip lo l heir own s.-itisljit-l ioii t lie sii])(m'ii)i'iiy o!' siol-Us IcmI iircd here in si \-|c. Ii| lowiicss >>r price. ;\n(l thi' iiuesiiun now itt lu- siMiUmI is whirli rniciii to Iniy-noi wlici'i^ lo luiy II. Many lU'w lines jut oii disphiA, leaturi'd lor (he first (line (oukutow in latest suits , IS smd 20. and in the regular and extra larj^e sizes fj-om :>4 rls>ht up to M. Some Saturday Special Suit Values sli)..->(>. S2:..(M). .s:]().()(). .S:]2..-,o. .S.-j.-i.lM) and W2M), i-OOSE BOX COATS STRONGLY FEATURED IN THESE NEW STOCKS, AND VERY BECOMING TO CERTAIN TYPES OF FIGURES. PRICES 319.50 TO $35.00. THEN THE FORM-FITTING GARN;ENT WITH CLOSE BUTTONING CONVERTIBLE COLLAR IS MUCH IN EVIDENCE. WITH BELT OR StLT EFFECTS. MATERIALS ARE MOSTLY SERGES, GABERDINES, ETC.. IN PLAIN NAVY. GREY. BLACK AND GREEN. AND BLACK AND WHITE CHECKS. MOSTLY SHOWN IN THE NOVELTY CLOTHS. SIZES '.5 TO 20 IN MISSES. AND 34 TO 44 IN LADIES' SIZES. Specially Attractive Coats $lt).(M> to S2r,.(M) Spon.^. iil,-o a;i(l irlauk'-i cU-lli.-^. wliiili iirr fo l>opi!l;ir ti'.is h.';i.-^ou. Any sizr ymi -vam at a price yoii a'Tord In u-.ty. Splendid Stock of Skirts .S.').0. .^.-It). !^7..")(�. .SJ)..')() A: SltKOt) Kooil values as w>- luive ever .shown, and bt'tttr Tliau many .seasons. Black and navy serses. ami lilack and wiiiip clu'cks are iht- K-adinp nia ttriais. .sliouii in splendid variety of stylos witli Sii'lts. iMn-kets. Cliarlii' Ciiaidin and otlier ef-i>i-ts. waist bands np to ;;n in. atid O. S. u\: CLARKE C O. Finfierinj; Yarn. ^lA'A) a Ih. Khaki, grey, black and wliito. spltMidid qnality and nnnsiial va'.nt'. (iirls" Dresses. IMK- to ^'>.m Madf 01" gnaiantfed washable s-'ing-hants. stfipps and checks.. sizes lo c. and i; to 1 I. Ci'epe Kom|�ers. (>-">( Made in 1. '-' and year .ii'.'^s. splendid washins. L'.'ic iinality crepe in shy, navy and link. Heavy Silk Itoot II.~)0 A (.'rope de Cliene waist. In renmrkuble value at. $.""1.1.10. daintily mubroidered sleeves and collar, very fine pin tucking, and collar and sleeves finished with lacfi. shown in colors sky, flesh, maize, cream and black. .N beauty at the price. CLARKE &CO. MORE PROGRESS aURIti^llEipi^ ^' More Bread ^rrd Better Biread mi BULLETINS BRITISH CASUALTIES London. Mar. 31.-The Britisi" casualties in March as compiled from the published lists, amount, ed 1.T07 officers and 19317 men. SIR SAM BUSY London. March 31. - General Hughes is uusy making inspections of equip:Tient. but probably iwill return to Canada much earlier than l;e originally intended. STRIKE COLLAPSING GlasgovN. March 31.-The strike on the Clyde involving plants at which large guns for the army are made, shows Rinrs of rapid collapse. More m--^n returned to work i NEW KILTIES j Four more Kiltie recruits were tak-! en on this morning at the down town jrecrnitinK oflice. They were: .1. .\, I Kngelk'in. engineer, .\niericuti: \Vm. i.Adani.s, cook. English; J. Wear, paint-! sr; I2iifrlish. and J. Hobbins. slone-I cutter, Caiiudian. Ml*.? mm Kconomy Begins at Home No\v-a-days Governments, Chancellors, banker^ and business men talk economy. However, it is one thing to talk economy and another to put it in{:o practice. The Canadian Housewife holds the kfv to,the situation. Real economy may be practised by the housewife in food purchasing for the home. At very small cost she may obtain the finest cocoa that money can buy - a cocoa unexcelled "^,3 a food drink and unrivalled as a flavoring, that adds extra delisht to huttdreds of dainty desserts. Write for COWAN'S Recipe Book on Desserts- mailed free. hJiltnoiiton, Manh ."HI.-The lepisla-, lure spent another busy day on th- for iniproving thr'' : cliildren'.s mind.-. He i--i;iier favoi'.di ' tlifi cnmniuiiity s> stem. � i -Mr. Boyle .said that it was to be an 'j j interprovlncial institution and would: Ihave to be located at some convenient ': point HO fur as traiisporiaiiou fa,-35'.!; mi:;. VIW.WZW; \'.m, *lS,4S!l; li�U, $i4,4i�r, liiis, $i:',,4;tM. information as to the wild land tax assessors wa.s given as follows; A. ii:. 'Humphries. Lethbridge. ?UO0; J. X. I Robertson, Stiively. $180.iiS; �.Me.\ Itoss ; Calgary. SS2S.r,0; ,1. W. McBriile, Castor. Si:!28.50; ,1. li. Ifolden, Vegrevllle. ;.rii specialatlvice,write the I..yiUa 1'^. l'iiikhaiii.Ml)ort from other sections of the I.eihliriilge district comineii-I auiatc with the population, its ranks i would have been filled up long ago. ', The effort of the i)ranch of the Patriotic fund should not be overlooked, as by their .self-sacrifice after four very poor years at the mines, they collected $140.00 and turned It over to the Iroasuror of Tabor district. The following arc those who enlisted: .lames Bartlett, killed at tin. front, tMiUH. fJolgrehonn, Tom Love, Koberl Love, and .lames Stewart, llglitlng at the front. Win. Smith with the loth C.M.H. at .Medicine Hat. K. "Williams, senior, IJ. Kerguson, It. I'ergiiHon, M. .Mcl.uckle, A. .McLuckle, \V. Williams, I jr., .las. .\. Scott, 11. .Scott, P. Hurge, l.l. Watson, W. Hart, Chas. Hart, W, ! firowii, .1. .\lcUaue, A. Stratlon, ,1. Prescott, ]�. Thomson, .1. flonnolly till vyith llie Lethbridge Kilties, .las. .Mcl.uckle enlisted with the Hantams! lOd. l,ce, enlisted witn the University Bat-lalioii. \>. llardtier, enlisted with the .S'.itli. Calgary. PHONE McKILLOPS 1113 or 416 For Your Week-End Groceries and Fruits .;. .;. .;. .;. .j. .;, .;, .;, CHARGE MURDER .\'ew York, N: Y., .March :il. ? -The grand Jury today, return- ? ed an Indictment charging ? murder in the llrst degree, ? against Or. Arthur Warren < Waite, accusing him of poison- <: Ing his faiher-lii-law, .lolin K, < Peck the millionaire drtig man- << iifactiirer, of Clrand Kapids, :� Michigan. ' ? Fruits FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, extra large size, two 25c APPLES, Winesaps, sound ami ' fine color. Kinest stock rf�o nC this vear, per box �j)^�00 ORANGES - Sunkisk Oranges, large sizi;, per dozen. CA_ 40c, and............ OUC LEMONS-Sunkist Lem- OA- oiiB,, large size, per doz. OUC BANANAS, per dozen QC/. 30c and............. jDC Ficsli \'('j��tabl('s RHUBARB, fancy, 1 C/, per lb............... lut- GREEN ONIONS, I A llirt^^ bunches ....... luC RADISHES, 1 C iwo bunches ......... ItJC CiPCUMBERS, each 25c �JA and ................. OUC FRESH TOMATOES, l)pr lb............... 4-iOC CAULIFLOWER, 20c n (- and .................. ^OC HEAD LETTUCE,' o |- two heads ............ ^OC ASPARAGUS, * nC per lb............... ^OC HOT HOUSE LETTUCE �j |- per lb............... OOC Butler Crock.s Two and Three GALLON oc^ CROCKS, per gal ____ LoC Three .Tnd Five POUND CROCKS, each 10c. l C and ................. IDC GALLON JUGS, for Vinegar, each ........ ^UC .Sti'U'tly FrcKli Fj^jis 2()c. per