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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PajeeS. THE LKTIIDRIDOR DAILY HERALD Thursday, CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia ISe lien- early Rousing Friday Saturday Sale of Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Sweeping reductions throughout our entire new fall stock of all imported Parsian and American Hats as well as in every line of ..Suits, Coats, Skirts, Kimonas, Morning, Afternoon and Evening Dresses, Opera Cloaks, Evening Wraps, Underskirts, etc. Every garment included in this sale Nothing whatever reserved or laid aside Stocks throughout are now at the highest point of completeness and you can choose and pick from among the largest and most attractive selections 01 the entire season at prices offering saving propositions planned on a more liberal scale than offered so early in the season by this or any other store in the'city. Make a personal inspection and prove the facts for yourself. Every article is marked in plain figures.which are strictly adhered to every da'y in the week and reductions for this two day s sale are exactly as stated here and big enough to compel'the attention of every thrifty and economical woman in Lethbndge who is anxious to make her dollar, bring the greatest, possible returns. for iuosl siilisfiicloi-.v choice. .Not more' than hvit and )n. most cases just 1 >IUn 11, IS Hig as tu JCLUtuJ. 1 11B (II ut- sen-Ice, after his i a COWEe-has a de. up at W down through of the couiltry is not what'it on tQC Ku- Montana and into .thence 'Eho-dld be, not lirhit'il'caA be. and riot Director Newcil has jyst irrian mature makes It so. Ju theorv into the DaJiotas, and.back i; into what It among, them being of the Sun .river cootracL "Mr purpose. 3n coining to Great .Falls rarticular time is to ga- ther np some of the details that need tying tbielher in order to make Ihe handling irrigition gfeatest proBress possible on tie Sun j such a can be har.dl- river said the director. "There jed arhftrary lines In mak- are a good many things which on be There Is.au old saying that the more NslMe wall on our northern .border j apltal these lines and lielp- for a nun the more fie expects jtut that should not atfcct settlement j jng tf, the polfcy of our country. Ufa money (or the calf. The Tarmer cays: Is not ready for beef, I must'have .time to finish him, to find the best market." But the bank er s-oja: "You must prove your aMHty lo pay In order'to satisfy OUT head of- fice, and then we can lend you money again to tuy another calf to eat up your next year's grass." So-the-farmer -find a buyer tor tV.s growing calf at any price. It may be necessary to sell two calvos in the fall to pay for the money borrow- ed to purchase one In the spring but al any rate Tic must prove his ability to pay. A new buyer is found. The calf is roped, new holes are burned In his hide putting on Ills masters and wants, and results in the Car.a- 'and development of the country along ;cO that, the largest measure of Roes on from >'ear to dian irrigation projects appear to just- jibe Hne to the extent it does, .It has Iptrfty may come to all. I year .the poor lonesome calf always ify tbat statement to their policy of overcome at other along -rhe c.: growing families must a at the dlc- there cught to exist.a .neighborly ac -h-iildings at Vernon, 11. were hurn e Drtv. as aong e cgan an desire above all other Ihnga New York boundaries. All that conn-1 to aW Ln shares future hllrned .of hol try is our neighbor by location and !So lbgt comtns' generations shall liq a Thlf! IG the delay nill some hindrance in the final completion of the project, every effort will help cure a cough. ihe appe- tUe.-'whlch la UEruftily upset-by.a The taste is v ,Thc effect of.plrie-and Fiigir syrup on the inrarhed membrane's Is weM known. rJnci fft .the' most -valuahlo concentrated compound of Norway pine extract, rich In gualicol nnfl .-Ali the natural heaHpu plno elements. Other prepara- Llonj'wIU not irork "Jii thlS formula. ,T1io Finer antl Sugiir Syrup, recipe Is rtm -off housaftlves tnroughfiut Ihe United p.Ulea ami- Can- ada. The 'plan liaa.tieen lmlUteJ( -but ihe successful formula.' hasvuevcr licen oqualoJ, A eu'iiranly 'ol atisoluts" cr money- promptly refunded, wllh this recJre- Your drupRist'has win eel It for you. If r.ot, send' to- rinex Co., -Toror-to; Ont. Titanic Survivor Fined. Vancouver Oct. fi-r-At" Prince Rujv rt one of the survivors of tlie.Ttlanlc n the person of Arlbur Rurnhard was Iricd 850 or thirty'days In.-JnH for supplying liquor to Indiana. Marsh Hay Crop Burned, Toronto, Oct. ihousanti tons of march liar, scattered over an area of eight-square miles near the. (own Of JJradford, Blmcoc were de- stroyed by fire ycatcnHy. Inceiid lam la fluspccted onrl in Iho district affected there ifTan. 6mcry for a-.Gov- ern men! tnvcstteatlofi al 'once.' The ffrc wflu' cJitcked finally by the Hol- land river. Are you'one of those ta'.vhom meal is another o( suffering Nft'Dru-Co Mil help your disordered stomach (o iny reasonable meals, and will scon restore ft to such perfect con- dition that .you'll feel thai you liave a stomach.' Take each meal. 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Mndo National. Drug and Chemlca.l Co'; .o Lfmlted.. J ;