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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE UAU.Y HERAU) THimSIUY, MAY 17, 1917 FINAL CLEARANCE READY-TO-WEAR IN A 7 DAY SALE FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND ALT. NKXT WEEK this splendid stock of fjuriuents ini-hidiug skiHs, Uiuioiias, wuisls, underskirts, olc., ottered at most liberal mlwlions without uny reserve, with a view to clearing; out present sUn-ks in Hie sluti-test (Ime. READ THIS LIST CAlUvlTLLY. lilUNU IT ALONG WITH YOU AN D.SKK THAT WK-GIVK YOU 1'ltlCKS EXACTLY' AS ADV1UITISKD HKKK. All the New Suits Are On the Bargain Rack And priced very low for quick clearance. gxtra I We give the details briefly. Individual garment In a limited and you will not match it al the All 527.50 -Serge Suils. Navy, btscfc. broivn. green, elc. Snlo............ All 530.00 Serge'" Darfc 24.00 All SH50 Serge Suits. Navy, black, green, brown, rtn etc.................. Alt Suits. Our largest line this season. Dig variety............ It would be Impossible to describe each space, but there is one here to full you p price. COATS SELLING' AT 7 A special clearing lot of coats carried ovor from previous seasons iu Davy, serges uud whipcords, and pure >vcol tweeds, grey aud lawns, mostly three-quarter lo'-fulV Values up to Selling at a Trac- tion of actual worth. All thfe Newest Coats of the Season At redactions lor this Stivea-flay Sale With the best part of the still you, on Ifcefcc coatt are ai low at you would reasonably expect for final clearance at the-end of the waion. All S37.50 Suit3..Scrsos aud llns. Lovely styles. OA All Sale 1 JU.UU All and Wool Jer- Suits. Cold. CA bluo, ele. Ssle AH S-iS.OO Novelty Suits. Poplins la gold, apple, sand, OQ ft A etc. Sale JJFtUU All and Silk Suits. Poulins and taffetas. Green and Extra SUITS SELLING AT JI7.50 Tweed Coats. Three- quarli'r IcQgLh. Sale 14.GQ 40.00 Odd lines from provlous seasons, but very RooJ styles and colors nevertheless. All going al a remarkably lou- price, Suils in this Ipl sold regularly up to.525.00. While ther Q "TC last during this sale...............! All JI3.M Slantft cloth Coats. 1'ialii cream and 1 A on stripes. Salo 1U.OU Ml Blanket Cloth Cciij. Plain cream and 9 An stripes. Kale All KO.OO Covert' Cesls. Smart sport stylos. i c r A Salo................ lU.iJU All 122.50 Velow Coats. Hand- some coals Infold, fircan, oM rose, etc. 18.00 All ilj'M and Tweed Motor Coatj. Long louglti, pure 11001 7fi AA Salo 'All Cheviot Cots. SimJi- OE green mutl old ri Ssla OE green mutl old rose. A A All Newest Covert Coats. stylo jusl In. 31.50 All Skirts of the best styles and Materials GOING AT PRICES FOR SEVEN DAYS Serge nnd Tweed Skirts up to Sale All i-iT.OC Serge Skirts. Serge Skirls. Sale......... All !-il3.oO Silk Skirts. All Yclbiir Skirts. All Yelour Skirls. All .S20.00 Volour Skirts. Underskirts of Silk, Saleeii, Heather- bloom Oil'. KIMONAS REDUCED Kinionas of velours, crepe, crepe tie chene ami silk. A lovely .as- sortment at to All Off CLARKE'S 7 DAY CLEARANCE SALE A Clearance of all Ready-to-Wear at Genuine Sale Prices EVERYTHING HERE IS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES SO THAT YOU AND SEE THAT SAVINGS ARE EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED HERE. NO OLD OR SHOP- WORN GOODS THAT YOU WOULD NOT .WANT AT ANY PRICE. EVERYTHING OFFERED IS BRAND NEW THIS SEASON, OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY AND BEST HAKt OBTAINABLE AND PRICES NOW ARE SO LOW THAT YOU SAVE FFfOM TWO TO SEVEN AND IN SOME CASES AS MUCH .AS TEH DOLLARS ON THE GARMENT OF YOUB CHOICE. A SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS AT REDUCED PRICES. WAISTS REDUCED Waists of georgette, crepe de clicuc, liabu- tai and novelty silks. (Voiles not included) Splendid variety at to ?10.00. 10 Off All Silk and Cloth Dresses are Included AND SELLING AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. Dresses Selling at Dresses Selling at Dresses Selling at Dresses Selling at Jjilfi'.OO Dresses Dresses Selling- at......___'. Dresses Selling at Dresses Selling at CLARKE'S 7 DAY CLEARANCE SALE WIKMTHF 7 wiwvwwwww ii i This Reform Urged By Opposi- lion for Immediate Alten- lion by Govt. _ before (here Is an appeal to tbc peo- pie." W. GeTtnan, of Well and, said it ivaa verr doubtful i( there vroold be an- other session, and that Tor that rea- son II was best to consider the woman suffrage question now. Z. advocated the principle of a dominiba fratichise aod the desirability of restricting the voting rower lo ren- der serncc to Uie cause of the allies. Local Member Supports It. A. Buchanan expressed tne view thai ihe through Canada should be given tbe right to vote. Ottawa, .May. entire sit- "ling of today was given D7Dr lo discussion upon the ijuestion a( the desirability..of extending-the franchise to women. The debate based, upon a resolution moved by Donald Sutherland, South Oxford, that it was desirable that Dr. Michael Clark declared that it London, May resolution i would be an anomaly for women to I role for Dominion candidates in one province and not iu He thought that the Dominion should have charge of the making ot the federal lists. I coming the declaration of Lhe new democratic government "of, "repniiaiing ail jutJposals for Imper- ialistic" conquest and asgraniHscment" was moved (a :he house of commons today-by Philip Snowden, ScciaHst. The resolution calls on the govern- ment "to issue a similar declaration in behalf of the British democracy anil to Join with the Attlts in re-stat- ing the terras In'conformity with the Hussian Mr. Snowden, whose resolution was PESSIMISM AiDFtordani, via London, May The Cologne Gazette in commenting on a report made by Dr. Mattias Erz- bergcr, leader of the clerical centre party In the RckhElag. as to the discouraging conditions in Vienna, says the report has created great pessimism in Germany .regarding Aus- tria. Dr. Krzberger visited Vienna with a. view of accelerating the peace movement. (From Our CorrrsMTitlentl Macleod, May bfesL enter- lainmcnt' and rohCert over given in I was enjoyed by lown people. TID im FLEEIflFll.S.TO I Jffi ALLIES Washington, -May dispatch; of American destroyers to (he Briifsii waters lias been known In the inner circles of affairs fn Washington ifor Eorae time, b.ut publication of the fact has been vLiiihejd under, tbc vol- untary ccosorshlp--No Snnounccmcnta of the' exact positions ot the ships, llieir namca or lliclr number will he uiade, The destroyer flotilla Is America's first contribution of inflitary power" to the alliance against Germany. When the Drillsh admiralty's an- PR1NCE-ALEXANDER TO WED Princess, Henry, of- Batienburgss Son to Marry Lady -Irene DenEson. London, May engagement Is announced of Prince Alexander, son of Princesg Henry ot Daltcnbcrg, and Lady Irene Denlson, only daughter ot the Earl o[ Conrtcsborough. Lady Jrcne was Her two brothers were VUcount Itnlncliffe and Lieut Hugo Dcnispn, of (he First Life was wounded In 19H in .Ihe-war. Lord -Londesborough's estates aro Londesborough Park, SInr- ket iVcIghlpn, Yorfcs and Dlankiicy Hall, Lincoln, and his residences arc Londeauorough Lodge, Scarborough, Yorkshire and London house, 7 Ches- terfield Gardens; west. The first Briron was the BcconO :'EOH of the Marquis "of Conylnenam, whose wife was' Hllxa- Dcnlcon, and through, her, -her son Inherited" the-great property- of his unelc, William Joseph Denlson of Denblcj, M.I'., for Surrey, and by jtoy- al license nSgumcd the surjiamc and arms or Hcnleon, and wag elevated lo peerage In 1850. Lady Irene's mother wns the Lady Grace Fane. elder daughter of tho twelfth Earl of Westmoreland, Prince Alexander's irioLhor nrth and youngest child of Queen Vic- toria, the Princess Ilcatricc. He Is a brother of the Queen of Spain. MILITARY HOSPITALS-COM- MISSION. llcglna, Sask-, V'ayj and will ba esjiended In mllllary district number 12 by.lhc Dominion military hospital commis- sion, according to Major Ashlbn, com- mander- of Unli It, an oflclal visit of C. W. Rowley, member of the military hos- pital Ottawa. Acedia- panylng Colonel Howler were Frank W. Hclplcy, assistant director of Uhli O. Lieut. F. W. Cooke nnd W. cr, osBistant officer .In charge or works of the IJouifjilon Another military' hospital will be aulliorlzed In this, dtslrict, Prlnco AlTiert Is making p. strong'bid for tho liulldlng and It In prohalilc the unit will located In that city. bomlDloa elections act refers only along lliat linp. ami iSmile voters stating lhat he has to the Hoc. C. bonerlX. rataisler oIjMlriotlc (und at Ottawa. In this not agree with thla view, statement the senator says that a lhal' Ihe word delegation called on him to obtain his meant "males" and that i subscription and lhal after he barf would Lave lo he- iclro- 'hem he had suhscrlbed In 01- duced ana passed before women I Mil would agim, Iher asked him He' argued' had always whether, he had onnosed. men lo the war, he dented ltp hut lhal he. did not Uiinh the only support of a wldfjwcrl mother should be compelled to go and sacrifice hla Iffc. lie was then -.vlitthcr he ar- gued lhat England anil Canada should bonilnlon as as tor "ihe ;prmVn" no I have eone lo war with Germany efil HB thought, II Un- i could role (n any of the provinces. Sir TVUJrid 'declared hlm- talf .It (aTor of the broad principle .Ihit Ihe. franchise Ehould be a local pikiler' and that whan the provinces printed the franchise" lo women the? be allowed to vole for the ea egs. des'lrable 10 have both a dominion and H waa good polity for England to go fi-provlDclal franchise. He said he .would iderirecalc the contention that lo war with acrmany." That was an should say to one- etnas', jt-Werf whose, wisdom ence that they would gladly an other crenlnE listening to tlic SIW- summer Day In the Child's Garden. The flowers were a number of Iftllo girls who lolcl what should be done lo keep a garden alive, when the fairies rarjo along and gave thorn (he refreshing moisture and were as- Mated 1} the browniea, these wllh the aunheams and their fairy nueen so taught the Ifufc garden Ri'rl that her garden flourished Tor all lime to come. Commissioner Primrose and. in- upcclor Piper have been visiting Slac- Icod making fiirlhcr arranBcmenls for llgcrenl countries. The revolution would not atop In Russia, the speaker, asserted, IL would come. In every' country. H the secret service Infor- mation of Ihe government was good H knew in'dl In one or the countries of the alliance the people were on the verge or a revolution. Mr. SnowdOTi satd he hail lieeti formed America had retuactl to enter Into the pact of I Condon not lo malce a serrate peace, lloueil Cecil (nlerrupted. by saying ITiat the question, had never Mr. Snowden said lurthcr -tlial II jHie comforl and convenience of .the the government act wisely provincial In 11 would grant permits' lo 'delcgalcs Dr. AV. W. Mllbiirn, who has been to the Socialist conference called by the prcet It- as democracy' and would heavcn-scnt means of "you are a HrJDsJi subject, but we Mr. H. If. Silver, one of tlio four I cxtrioallc-n from the awful position rt can't a BrU- 'delegates, him, saya tho I Ih'which thn countries of Km Jah aubjitl." The law1 should oe iscnalof. who'retorted by saying Silver r found, themselves. Amended, he E'O as to make it (was nothing'hut'a German. Silver' clear that women who were granted I Ihen assaulted film violently until a -the right to vole In any provincial clerk Hire? .him out of the house. In concluBlon the senator says, "I i rope now election should have the right lo vole for tbc dominion. 'Sir Robert Bordcn agreed with ihe content Ion ol the minister of Justice. He-declareil favor of the principle -Of the, vale to trin women of Cftnada as A whole. He did not agree wIlhSir.AVllfrld Laurier ilat HID fed- goveroment muat accept the pro- Sir Robert said would not commit himself as to (here: would be a new Do- mlnlon1 franchise act Or noL He hoped {hat such an act would not be neccs- -Ja efostoR he moved an regret Ibis incident extremely, but I aeicrt the common of every cit- izen (o give If he wishes lo give; and not to If he disapproves, or has other valid reasons.1' Senator ILoche was appointed In 1310, having previously been agent In Halifax for the Hamburg-American line. It Is eald In political circles that, the matter may be aired In par- liament. "That parliament i has been Invested In the 'war confide? the Qo'tsllon of C.T the to the woraci. CANADA'S WAR LOAN Ottawa, Ma? Oyer JT.OOO.OOO erllRcates by the sraall Investors of DENTISTS' WOHK IN WAR. Fargo, N'. D., May dcn- arc doing to make tho Canadian solttfera rfl for f.orvjcc 'rag explained by .Major W; W. Wright, ot Winnipeg, dcBtlnt In charge of Military DJslrJcl N'o. 10 of Canada, In an eddrca.i lo (.he annual Convention of llio North Dakota State Dental Association here today. During ILUfi, Hie speaker eald, the Canadian dental corps I ii hb district performed more lhan opera- llonfl, Including extraction, of 27.0CHJ teeth, fillings and den- tures. Cases of fractured Jaws among unahlc lo his practice for Gome llmo, la now confined to the [al. Supreme court opened Tuesday, hla honor Justice Sdoll presiding.' Ihrce cases arc on the list. The nlL- Kng will he a short one. H. (or (he CpnscrVaUvea, and 0. Skeldlng arc now busy fitting up the rare (rack and eclllng thing" In order for Iho Mg race on June 7 Painful Accident A. of with wlial a slight nccldcnl -a few weeks ago, whllo rallklng a cow, the C9W switched her (all sti'ining him fn the eye. A few clnyg afler It began to psln him, a doctor was calico! (n, nnd ,Mr. llono wan sent to Calgary general hogpllal for treatment. On examination found lhal nothing coald be done (or him so tho rcRult of the consultation the. rcranvnf Tor not announcing the presence of- thoeo -'already there was that It wlali ed to complete the movement before making 11 I Ilear-Admlral SImsr if. 3. X., who la I In general com man a o.' all the United Slates naval forces that arc sent to 1 European Craters, is In. touch with the chief of ihe British naval. Elflff. 'admiralty announcement, pays crylccfl which.the American ves- sels are rendering (o the allied cause are of tho greatest value and deep- ly appreciated. CAN'T LAST VERY LONO. Manhalo, Minn.. May Templln, of Mapletou, has rcceh'ctl, fl couple of pictures sent by o nc-plicv In the German army, thai containet n mcfisago of-mticd Interest n( this lime The mcsEAgo, which pasecd the censors, was written on the bath of one ot Ihe anil a paper v-as pafltctl over fl. The brief note thai was penned hy (lie fioJrllCr Esid Dial the Krcnch and English arc-mr.klnE hcavv Inroads and that JnrlJcalJnns veto Hiat tlie war would not laat much longer. Keferrlne to the food situation (lie note elated that some days there WAR scarcely enough'la cm, whllo at oilier Ulrica I horn wad more food lhan Iho troops, could use. wounded fioldlcra are Ruccmfulty of the eye. He lias ndw. returned treated by dentists, Dr. Wright paid, I home fenllng ea well fti could be bx- D9 la a very Infectious disease com-1 peeled under tho clrcumfliftn'ccs, and called trench says ft worse, The actne-Shifter ITc wcarn a pair of pveralls Upori Ihe nut v-'ncn the painted cnrtnln falls, 'Tic moves the mnunlafnH and thu trees. Burroughs fn Wlchofns. .your heart desires in Jewelry OQA-9 WB OAimV KVKflYTHlNO IN THE-JEtyECnV LINE.FROM A HAIJY PIN CfiOOK H1LVKRWARB. ji.VU RUY'YOVfl JEWKbtiV THINGS FROM V8 YOU OBTAIN THK UEST. WB OtllKR KIND, AStf OlJH CUSTOMKI13 HOW TllMAT.'fTIlKM, IK) 11U9I- NKSS US AND YOU TOO WILL Sl'BAK. A GOOD WORD TO YOUIl t-'RlRNDS AUOUT US. WB MAKM "QUAMTY" HIOIIT; THUS' TUB PltlCM KIOIIT. ISSUERS MAttBIAOE LICENSE9J 324 FIFTH ;