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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .Friday. Hjj_L CLARKE'S SPECIAL SATURDAY SELLING Of Seasonable Merchandise Away Under Value The goods featured in this week-end event are special purchases of seasonable lines at exceptional reductions, to- gether with numerous items selected from our regular stock and priced at the lowest possible figure to effect an imme- diate clearance The purpose of thii event ii to provide economies not equalled here or eliewhere it any otner time, and we predict the most enthusiastic selling of the season with the hundreds of women who attend. Prices in the appended list tell a forcible Itory of savings out of the ordinary, and demonstrate In no uncertain way the saving importance attached to a visit here tomorrow. Shop early. JUST TO HAND A Specially Pnrcliiisecl Line of-Corsets Two new and -perfect fitting styles usually sold at J1.50 per pair. DOC This will, he welcome news to women who have still their .corset needs to'supply, for the styles1 included are -strictly new. up-to-date, and suited ro the great majority of figures, and values are unquestionably the bcsi ever offered by this store. Made of in white only, medium.'and long" lenejthi, .fjniihed .with two pair of velvet grip- hose-supporters, ffoin and siaes. very wearing models-and exceptionally cheap .Sstur- QCft day price Saturday Sale of Silk Hair Nets 6 for 25c Kxtra large sixe too in fact the identical net you have'been accustomed to buy at 10'c each; shown in extra larjie size, knotted at ends For con- venience in adjusting, and displayed in every wanted color. Saturday Sale of Rcmnimls Left-overs from the "selling of this season's up-to-date including dres-3 goods', silks, prints, wrapucreues. flannel etc., all marked ;'.t a price" to them out'Sa.- urday rogartllnaa of ccst or value. Saturday Sale of Wasli Collars lOc Styles for which most stores ask u'n; and 40c, very dressy and neat, juat the proper thing for comfortable morning wear. White, and white with touches of color nrc included in the showing, any one of which is worth easily double the Sat-1 urday price. y Sale of Balnor -Jackets Mainly knit, jackets and others made of white down, some with touches of dainty color, very warm and cosy' for ihe little tot, ser- viceable, washable and excep- tional values. Important Saturday Sale of Dress Goods Pure Wool Tweeds for Skirts, Suits 'and QEn Dresses worth up to yard Just half v-.tlue is all we ask to close out. the lot-of hand-jome iiiuferials and it is safe to say they -will be -jnapped up in short order, for they are particularly suited to the present sea-son; made of absolutely pure wool yarn, 56 inches wide, and not a piece in ilie lot worth less than ?I.-50; a good many in fact are wort.h per yard. Saturday Sale of Kimona Crepe 20c -Regular 30 35c values, the intwt popular and serviceahte material for house gowns and kimonas -shown in dainty shades of gray, sky, cream and yellow, 30 inches wide and guaranteed., wash colors. Saturday Sale of Large Bedspreads Regular Sl.SO values; heavy honeycomb and weaves in white and white with mixed colors of red and blue, plain or fringe ends, very strong and "durable, and unusual values at the price. IGRAIN YIELDS AT? BOY BURGLARS Special Saturday Values from our new Millinery section i Crt Entirely New In mo r attractive and becoming itylcs, worth Pretty street and dress hats In trimmnd shapes and "made" models, comprising the finest collection we have yet-exhibited at this popular, price; every one exclusive and right up to the present n.inuiG in style. VnJncs In our Section are Really Too Good to Mist Suits, coats, skirls and dresses in most comprehen- sive collections and priced in all moderation. We make alteration! free, and guarantee the fit. Splendid Values in Every-day Needs That are often difficult to procure .Diaper Cloth in finn soft finteh, 2fi inches wide ten vard ends, -.special value the 4 Cft 91tDU end Silence Cfoth of fine cotton covering, padrted and quilled. 60 inches wide, special C4 OC value- Flannel in delicate- shade or cream, pure wool ami extra Kofi, nnslirlnkaMe, special Bath in extra larao alxn, mado of lieavv weight Turkish cloth, special Silence Cloth, nf extra heavy, double Miick flannelette -jhown 111 50 Inch wicllh, toll Itimcial Blanket Cloth, for bath wear, iilnln shades of navy, cardinal C4 9C ROSTHERN FARM Rosthern, Sask., OU. uu 'raised >V Kosthern cxpoi'inuMita) farm (hlg year on trial plots, viich one-fortieth of ait nere, give the folloivlng j j Huron whent averagctl seventy- j three bushels and Uvon'.y potuuls nn j lieiv fl.'JcI was the fhvout crop liar- j vesi'v'd. Marquis was second with rseveuty bushels average. Preston Chelsea wheat arc nrxt with six-. iy-si.v btisl.'alg. Early Red Kife.nver- flged sixty bushels. Kutrnnka Macar- oni wheat was lowest on ;ho list with. Ihiriy-severi bushels rfiui iweiUy iNs. Oats also were an excellent Danhsrry averaging niivaty-si.x b'ushcls J land stxi'i'ci! pounds, being lowest. Ban- ner topped the list at one hundred and thirty-one buahclp and twenty-six pounds. Danish Island was just one short of this. Odessa six-row ed barley yielded one hunJi'Jd bush- els and forty'pounds. Puck Bill top- ped the list for two-rowed barley at eighty-five bnshals. Of wheat. Mar- quis and Huron showed the .-east ef- fect from frost. AT MONTREiiL Oct. fi.--Four yoiil.1if.iil .LUSITANIA'S RECORD VOYAGE bui'slurs itaiue up before -Judtev. clhi and Immediately tlinrciiritir fore Juil.Ve fJhmiuct ysstsi'day ii noon nm! pleaded to :i A of house iii'enkluB attempts. In thu north end. They mrc Win. JchiuiK. Uoujlag .Merrick. Gcorgo .Mltcihult anil U. Cross. from in iu js rcnr> of nss. The arilclw stolen ronelsloil of chiiinii., rinse other jewelry anil were raliie'd nt alto telli- The iiuartette are to be >iy .'ndae Cliuqm' anil will come I'd. 'tor EBHtence Tuesday next, frosi I wns seiu to the reforinatory in dip nieHn- limr. being only hut the others v-'ein to jail. THOUSANDS KILLED IN CHINESE ;RIOTS Pt'uin, China.. Oc'l, American I Methodist..'niissidiiaiirs at (.'hi-iij; Tu iMHlimljsl nt Tu, tl.ii eapiial of ('lnHiiiVl'roviiircs, telegraphed loilay GREAT CROWD SAW DUKE OFF HON. JACQUES BUREAU ELECTED .'Three Hirers. Quo.. Ocl. Ju. dNeial lecouni, today save .jae- iliiee Bnroau, a majority of ir. over .Mayor Xornuind. Twonly-siy; ballots were left to be taken en d'o'jbcre to- morrow. This election will IKI tested. London, Oct. Dukn and ieht'sfl of CoiiiiH.iigiu icfl KiiS'ion station today, at M.SO on special train uUumfoci by Col. M. R. Lowthcr, milltnry .'secretary; Long. A. nrnl Meut. lion. A. ItnniRay. A'UendlnR the DHCHORB are Miss "Rollllx and twenty servauln. Tho.r highnesses occupied semi- royal decorated vllli (1'n'- nntlons and roseu. hnncheon K'HH eervod on tlio train. Tlw clBlly (X-sired that unnecessary fuss .he avoided, but was overruled by the 'spirit of Ilia public who ilonianded the, to do honor popn- liar muni'bon; of the Hoyal fnmlly. the positions 011 the station platform w'crn all reBcrved. an enor- mous crowd Rat.hercd outside anil -Jie royal arrival. Hint Uipy pKtiuMlpd persons wnre killed during the light lipU'crn Ibc insiirgt'iits iinil the guvi-mint-nt jlroops. llu. (Icail wen-' sol- jdiul's. and ilu> iiiht-r rebels. TPII thiius.uiil rpl.cls jirp in possps- sioit of spvpral chips southwest of riiriii; 'I'u. .Soldiers arp marching against them loilay. As ii result of (III! IMJlisillT R js slated nathp.s arc- homeless and many be- coming desperate, rnimnitlcd suiciilp. Missionaries for fluids from America Hi IIP ilislribuh-d under tlicir -supervision in Ulp work of relief: i__________________ Diego phimhers ask ?n a WELL KNOWN ARTIST DEAD Tlilrty-flve states in Die- Unlicd Ort. Auniier, the ar- JKlales 'I'-.ivc fjtabllclied bureaus of ta- tlst. dk'd here todny. He was a for inirpOFe of collecting In- inemlHM- of rioyal Inslittlto of [dnslrlal Inrormalion nlld for bettorinK i'ainfei-s in Colors. sUte factory laws. I Twice Across the Atlantic night tFrom a London L'xchange.l The Ciinard liner Lusilanin arrived in the River Mersey in tile, early hours of Saturday lasl, bavins com- pleted the journey from New Torh ill four daya. 20 hours and minutes, her average speed hcluf 24.03 knots, j At present (he l.liiitanla is endeavor-' inp to -3et up a great record. She dsiuyed at Liverpool tor several days during the recent strike, and her own- j ers are now trying to make for the time so lost. With liiat object In view, the l.usitauia, leaving Liverpool on i Saturday, August 2S, arrived at New York on 2. and left again for Kiicland on Sunday ev- ening. September having iu one nay eight hours and 15 minutes disem- harked her pas-3angei-i. taken aboard [another lot of voyagers eastward i hound, had tons of coal placed !in her bunkers, pieces of I linen sent to the laundry, washed anil! returned. She accomplished the out-! ward irip in four (lays IB hours and'37 minutes. At Liverpool 'jhe disembark- j cd her passellEers'abolfl eight o'clock.! land simultaneously a'tiont. men who worked contiguously day and night iu gangs, to prepare her for an- other trip across 'Aihmtic on Mon- day. ThH means tlluf within a fort- night and a few liouTs the tusilaiiia will have twice crossed the Atlantic, and begun a third '.trip.'or. itr other (words, upon" -the completion of her next trip, she will have been three times across the Western Ocean with- in Uhree feat has nev- er previously been accomplished with- in the annals of shipping. Spick and span, and with every- thing in perfect'Order, the Lusitania left the landing stage at Liverpool on Monday afternoon York. As tihe liner moved slowly into.the river there was much cheering and enthus- iasm among the uu'SK crowd which had come to see her olf. The task of placing on board yomethins like 000 tons of coal since her arrival on Saturday was completerl early the pre- vious morning, while at 9 o'clock the last of the thousand tnns .of cargo to. replace an equal quantity discharged, was deposited in the Imld. and over 500 bags of mails stored away. The victualling wa-s also accomplish- ed before the ship Icft the dock short- ly before 11 o'clock. The firemen and trimmers in tfae enjtine room and stokehold had perfomeu1 their allot- ted duties well to time. How thorough had been the over- haul may be gathe-ed from the fact; that the four mighty funnels had even been repainted. The reason of the Lusitania'! two iltiick "turn rounds" is lo make up nine days lost during-the labor trou- bles, and there it little doubt that this will be accomplished. Seven days have already been accounted for, -and the remaining two wijl have been wip ed out by the vetael's arrival at New York. and grey, 54 inches, wide A QANGE-ROUS DERELICT D.ulutb, Minn.. Oct. aban- doning -the wai'arlogged steamer A. L. Hopkins off Michigan Island on Monday night no'.hing has heard from the vessel which it is feared constitutes oiva of tho most dangerous derelicts in Lake Superior waters for many years, Thw' Crescent City of th-a Pittahurg line passed "P., early morning unaware of danger, but its master saw nothing iof the derelict. Captain S-.oddard of !the government steamer now In search of the Hopkins 'will not report until he reaches Eagl-o i Harbor which will not be for s'evcra! days. i APPOINTMENT OF A POSTMASTER Ottawa, pot. noon Hon. 11. S. reUrlnff.pont- mnstftr nenernl to the c-d1'" cfem made his appointment of Stanley Smith AH posttnKrter at St. Catherhiea to succeed G. J, laee. former pout master, who re- nfgnfwl to content ft Kent fn the Do- minion'election, by the MppofntmmU Inr couma of bu.iitWHf, and that it. In no a ministerial apjHtlnt- ment, It wan simply a promotion. -THE Simpson Co. 6THST. LTD. A Store that Gives Its Patrtms full Value for Their Money EVERYTHING IN DRY GOODS Have yiwi lieK'ii through our I (Slocks? Ivirh is hrini lull ol MID ni.oMil, iitl rnctivc lines of morehandisr. shown Would piiniicHUUrly nionlioji: Ladies' Coats. Suits, Dress Goods and Underwear Ladies' Cloth Coats Imported OcniiHii .Broad Cloth Coats with hraid trimniings and strappings, very fine finish, cui-j. excellent vnlttos and rtressu. Pricos Scotch Tweed and Cheviot Coats Stylish and senSceable garments, full length. Some made from Revers- al) le T weeds, showing collar and cuff-j of coim-asiiiiF and Knitted Goods and Und'erwear Pull assort me ait most desirable nnkes including Watsons' and Stan- field'a Elastic Rilj- hcd and Diwwers or Union Snils. Vests and Drawen-j 25c, 35c, 90c, and Union Suits I, STANFI ELD'S Vetl'3 antl 25c, up to STANFIELD'S Union milts, sfrk fltlti wool CHILDREN'S Vests drawer.; 30c gp to 75c. CHILDREN'S Union ESe. up to 11.40 Ociit's In any weight or final ity yon deHlre and at the rig'11- prices. Dress Goods and Trimmings The ranee of Roods and we -are showing this season 'i-3 certainly a collection any store would be proud of. The coloringi in Broad Cloths, Serges, Taffetan, Crepons, Voiles and Htoilonej are the correct new ylmtles for, street or house. c'ostumcs. Skinner's Satin Lining All the good shades and lilack, 38 in. wide, nor yard I I ;