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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETIIBRTDGE HERALD KH1DAY, MAY n, CLARKE CO THE STORE Phone 453 Acadia Blk New Voiles and Middy Waists New Aprons and House Dresses (1 a .All the lines tcatured Here toi natimlaj Mtu ]owcu lh.m tlrferior for in many stores. 1'nsylisli Oxfords .V splendid slK-mg of light ami dark crto iviile, all wasbable; some price na lively quality, line ccnl, yard wide. %-rmer -p inches >ide. pure white, fine even T weight; same value as former years. All-Over Aprons. 75i- Excellent grade of print. Kent and medium colors, very large, all-over size. Nurses' Aprons Very large size, made ot heavy weight Indian Head, well made. Girls-' Dresses HOr and SI .00 Very snian styles of striped .'tn.i clucked sinsJiam. guaranteed to wasnr sizes to 6 years. Girls' Dresses to Sizes 8 to 14 years, ffiaic ci sssraE- teed ivaah ginghams, very pretty styles Crepe Rompers. Made of 25 cent grade of Crepe. Tvlilte. plat, and siy. with contrasting piping; li-2 and 3 year sizes. Clarke Co. e. Two Yard Sheeting-- Splendid weight, plain TVWC-. white, soft ami tree from Glnss each Uirse size, hemmed and ready for use, red bortlerod. tine and free from lint. Plain Green vinl wide, verv strong and heavy, shade coverings. Habutai V STANDARD MBBCHA3TOIKE OF HIGHEST QUALITY SHOWN IX MOST COMPLETE 'AND SATISFYING SELECTIONS AND SELLING AT A QUARTER TO A THIRD LESS THAN PRLSLM ATUS put on and besides pi-ovirtiutc you with many tliiiiRH that are unobtainable ait present, w, Cream Viyclln in croiini ami many liglit and medium colored stripes and patterns; as inclios; scimo urico always. Gaherdine Excellent quality, fine finish. TtO inohos wldo: colorsvnavy, black, liussian gnea, plum, grey and black. Finest Striped and 50c, Newest floral wide stripes in plain and rice voile, special valne. Splendid wearing, washable and nntoarable, full yard wide shown in black and while. PI a i u Ta IVeta Special value at the yard wide, colors navy, Cop- enhagen, plum, black, etc. Satin Striped Very rich silk, yard wide, colors navy, Russian, Copen and black." Saturday's Unusual Values in the New Spring Ready-to-Wear Suits. Coats Dresses, and Skirts specially priced for u big day's selling and shown in splendid variety. A Great Clean-up of All the New Suits tDJ.3o.JU An high class All our silk and silk li-s in navv fc Worth up to Navy and black serges sujts 50 navv combinalion suits mvv and black serges 9Braes aml uavy. and green in v e Active green and lovely up to m newest style.. ediweeds. serges. A great range of sizes from small women's to 44 large women's WASH SKIRTS................... Splendid Quality repp, open at side or buttoned down front; waist bands up to thirty inches. SKIRTS ami Wide widths, perfect fitting garments, up to 30 in. waietband XEW WASH to New arrivals juat this weeK in the most attractive styles of the season. -i New Sports Coats, and longer tailored coats tin to Newest frarmems up to S17.W in plain colors and CO SALE.......................; Newest styles worth np to in light and dark colors. COAT All the best grade coats, wonh up to in best styles. TAFFETA AN.1VPOPLK A wide variety of choice in colors navy, black, green and Copenhagen Si2es up to 44, Corset and Flouncing Em- broidery IS inch, lovely fine Swiss goods, In great variety ot patterns. 27 in. Flouncing Special value for Saturday's selling, an especially attractive lot for the money Awning Duck, 35c, Green and white, and tan and white in very wide stripes, 2S inches wido, ex- tra heavy, Best Feather Ticking-, 35c. 32 inch, extra heavy and closely wov- en even white anil blue stripe, washable New Art Ticking', Two very pretty patterns, stripes and floral designs in sky, tan flnd pint, ex- tra special value. Clarke Co. May 4- Mathers report on Ms Investigation of the construction of the law courts and central power-house was made public today by the govern- ment Commissioner Mathers decides there was no evidence that the gov- ernment or any member of it had been wtifully guilty of any Impropn-j BEV in connection iriih the letting ot tlie contracts, either for the law courts or the power-honse, or that any of the contract prices were iixed with a view to contributions to party funds a view to any improper pay- ments. Commenting. the commissioner says: "The practice of'applying to ao'vernment contractors for contribu- t.'.e election fund oi the party in power is vfcions and inimical to the public interest. There can lie little doubt that the ease with which the contributor in this case obtained ad- vance payment of almost the entire holdback was due to his liberality in the matter of party funds contri- butions." atlk -ralnics heavily impregnated with the salts of. lead or tin are be- ing made in Prance for X-ray garni- ents for physicians. Of English invention is a waich So mounted in a case that it can be tilted acd held upon a table with the dial in an almost vertical posi- tion. We are Noted for Our Economy and Quality All <3ie newest shapes in Misses and CHld-sen's hats 30c to Gui'taiiL soiiins to Dress ginghams and prints., all the shaclea, per 15c Dress muslins, excellent values. 15c, 18c, 20c A large consignment 0f man's ladies' and children's boots and shoes have jivst arrfccd. COME AND LOOK THEM OVEH REPOSES 10 Ottawa, May minister of Xobleford, May indications are that there will be another big crop this year. It is not always good to [Justice ihis afternoon tabled the prophecy, but so far the weather con- i- papers show that definite action was taken by the government on April 2S, the last day on which the legislation could have been disallowed. A report of the privy council, dated April 28, states thit "the minister (of justice) recommends that these statutes be left to suoti operation as they have, and '.the committee concur in- his recom- mendation." The foregoing constitutes the defi- nite refusal of the government to dis- allow the Ontario act. ditions seem to be ideal. Seeding is well in hard and quite lot of land Special bargains In our Crockery Deportment 5s tiie time to put seeds hi. Call and gee OUT variety. We have in stock zie's Steele Briggs and Ferry's For Saturday tye on sale fresh Bluibarb, Strawberries, Lettuce and Celery. R.RMORDEN will be in crop. A lot ot stubble laud is being seeded this year, this being but another proof that the farmers expect plenty of moisture and favor- able weather conditions generally; Next Sunday, being the first Suuday in the month, the morning service and Sabbath school will have special refer- j ence to the subject of foreign mis-j sione. It la hoped that the first Sab- j bath in each month wll be regarded j as missionary Sunday. At the even- j ing service special music will be ren- j dered. The Sabbath school at the j Newlands appointment made a good. start last Sunday, a large number be-! ing present, and three classes being organized. Miss Marion Tackaberry returned on Wednesday from Calgary where .she has been spending a visit with her sister, Mrs, Smith. We are glad that the matter of the consolidated school, which we have mentioned in our notes for several weeks, is being taken up in earnest. We understand that at least one of