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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETIIBRIDGE-DAILY 'HERALD Friday, October CLARKE CO, THE LADIES' StORE Phone 453 Acattia Block ill i" Rousing Friday Saturday Sale of Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Sweeping reductions throughout our entire new fall stockof all imported Parsian .and American Hats as well as. in every line of Suits, Coats, Skirts, Kimonas, Morning, Afternoon and Evening Dresses, Opera 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 the largest and most .attractive selections of 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 Make a personal inspection and prove the..facts-for.yourself. Eyeryiarticle is marked-in, plain figures which are strictly adherea every, day in the week and .reductions for tHis-two-day's sale "are exactly as .stated here and.hig enough to compel the attention 01- every thrifty and economical woman in Lethbridge who is anxious to-make her dollar bring the greatest possible returns. i-.-. i-vjory dHiice. Xnt IIKHT than two :tnd in most rases jnsl one garment of a best styles, you kiiowiiaturitlj.v go first. We make- altera- tions free ami guarantee (lie fit. A-deposit secures your choice till you are reiuly to take It u way. y Coats arid Suits An Extraordinary Sale A Specially tot. from our regular t O ft" Stock. Worth to I Coats of BltsXet In and tins, naosllj" in small women's Sujtji m Hght aijd medium colored coau'cUk llaed ifcirts aiide" with high waist line, A whole rack full to chcoM from on Friday ard SikiKdijr, every one .a truly vatut. THI PRICE FRIDAY AND All Coats All Suits Included' In thu Sate J17.5-5 tor 114.00 IZO.OS values for.......... !S2S'; '.___'ilS.OO. lK.'.-i -.aiuei Tor.......... Jttl.oo JH.OO ratits (pr.......... J2-4.00 }3iS'! for.......... PB.OO 155.CP Tor 121.00- 141.61-taliiei (or MiterUFs arc curl cloths, diagonal chevins, KjleHee tnl moleskins. All Silk Crepe Kimonas Included "in this Sale JK75 values Tor Inctuded in thli included All Skirts in for this Sale All Underskirts }22.50 rahicc for Values for Tor........ 530.00 for ?3Z.oD .valuM (or J35.00 for MO-00 for are chtvltjts. tweedi, and Ijedfords. fo-00 for values for..... 17.00 .values lor 18.00 for 19.00 Tatars for ,...v 110.00 for..... values tor Maltrialt art pure' wool tweedy E, chevloti, etc. Included In 51.5C' values fo values (o viluei fo valuag (o fo values fo values (o ar tafs 'moreeriKj thli Sale Roman cjlk- Ilkk and satins. .Dresses of Every Description FOR AFTERNOON AND EVENING THE NEWEST STYLES IN THIS .SALE. All Opera Evemnf Cloaks Included In (ur 15.00 ff 0? luff (or i.S.OCi values Tor S't.DO valets (or T-oO valces for t.OO ____ J4.80 ROO CLOTH DRESSES Dresses M. SI0.00 DrcEses H.IJO 513.60 S15.00 ftrfftis Dresses JSP.Oil Drruci. SILK DRESSES tlUD-DnCMl-.'. DtHIK J2I.SO Dfeswj 125.00 DreiHi S27.SD Drwkas Resits EVENING bflESSES Dresses' Dresses' 130.00 Th-essej Dreisw Dresses DreiSM SiO.OO Cloaks tor Cloaks (or Clolis for Cloaks for CloaVe for ?45.00 Cloats for Finest'. Broadcloths, and beautifully embroidered. Friday Saturday S.lt M7.SO AH Trimmed Hats Mid-Season Clean-up without 7R vvhiUver I V Take your unrestricted choice of the and- ihere hilt tbat in moil sell as hifih aE U'2-50 and lln.OO. Krery one jocluded ,n this Friday Saturday sale. In every caie there Ei but one Of a kind and exeluilvt with THE SATUBDXY I r v S fii 1 f'OURT DECIDES THAT GIRL MAY CO TO SCHOOL AT NAP AN EK 1 1 Bi 4 ii DOESN'T PUT ALL ;HIS EGGS IN -JONE 'i I T. KenlAger, weir.k'nown far- and rancher, -through the yesterday fouie to Ulair- more, frhetc lie 'has butcher, and dairj" interests, Some or Hie ip'teiesttog. points I gathered from a stod" conversation ivitri this piooresEire firmer That he has abandoned the.growing ai-he fae'ms it an Tht drawing above Is Ihat ol tdna May Vanilyck and her paternal grandfather and-one of'the-paternal aunts. Her guardian, a barrister, askej that.she be sent to Bishop Slrachan school, Toronto, but the child to at. tend ..the high school at Napanee. when she passes the entrance examinations there. Thc Demonstrator Package has been prepared just (o solve ttial little problem as to of the NeiUoil varieties appeal (o you mosl. It contains an assortment ftakea frum 10 uf (nc favorite Ncidon anil each variety is labeled ao (hat you may clioose the particular package your fancy dictates. THAT ARE DIFFERENT Sold by It id Irs and Confccliontti t WUli'am N'fiUon IJmiUd, unprofitable crop; that he summer his liaid ;-ibat he is 'r.ot sel.fing a of hi's grain tfris and ihal'be'is "incceasing -inn own profit-Svdoni. the live stock industry bjveiealiDg his own retail market and creamery, while at -the- same time reducing- the .cost qf meat, pbul- trf anB eggs, and'dairy products to consumers purchase" trom" him. Las', year' Jir! Healnger marketed nearly hiishels.ql gtain. most- ly" wheat... This jeaPlsVJiaB .raised yen'.'little n-hfat, tut has increased his acreage, of barley and oats, a'ntl raises the yields by. sunimcr fallow- ing. He is threshing at litnc, placing ali'his grain in his owe, elevator at from it win emerge .rturing the win- ter, aot as No.- I bacd or as NTq. 3 G: but as feed for hogs, chickens, turkeys, sheep, dairy cows and- beef cattle: Mr. Ileninger has 1500 tur- keys, 4000 sheiip, a correspondingly large number cattle. He wilt his .entire crop ihis and market" his products from bis own block1 and counter. He is going into..mixed farming.with a vengeaute, .and is making it pay al- most double he' would profit from.the.sale the grain. YOUNG DOCTOR DIES. London; pnt., Oct. death of Ur. Ivan 'Anneit occurred at Victoria. hospital yesterday raorntng, following ao for'wbtch he had teen brought from Windsor'.- He had practising omy six. Wind- sor.. He was in.his 24tb year was graduated" 2 years ago from "SVeat- ern university. Dr. Ancett'-s homs in Brooite township. ACCEPTS CHALLENGC-.TO CONTEST M. p. foe DorchwUr Wjfl'np to Try For Montctlrrrfon Ptrty Si. Chryaosthome, Que., Oct S, Two more elections loomed, up at St. Anlo.ne. D. A. Lafortune, M.' for -Men teal in, cbn.lenged' Alten Setlgny, Vf, Dorchester to re-: seat >nd.' cbnteet Montcalm on general party principle. Mr. f-t accepted the challenge and deposited UOO as .eyi'lence of faltb. .After bad accepted the terms, a memorandum ot agree- ment "was np. The challenge and acceptanoj took. at a public the gretmcnt rfead to the j KdtnontGiJ, ,0ft-. I'eter K. I.fcssard, a. prominent capitalist add insurance man, of ..Kdmonlon; was confirmed in his to repre- sent the constituency of Si, Paul fn the Alberta legislature by -Jut- lice Fleck oT tlie court, who set aside peti1ion-o! Henry Tw- sfrr nn these grounds :H ft) That petitioner was-not qualified three I months' residence; (1) that- posit accompanying thft petition was not made in'accordance with statu- tory requirements, inasmuch as il was set up Uiat Iho moncj was the rnor.ey ol Mr. Cainean. Uie defeated candidate, Vho was the teal pclr- tior.cr, and was merely iisiix tho Jcame. of tnc actual (letifiourr .and (3) that the semce of the copy of the petition not in acciirdsnce with the provisions of Ihc- KUction Act. In dismissing the case, ihft comt ordered iht petitioner lo pay the Costs ol the trial'1o the respondent, PRINCE ALltflT GIVES 10 ACRES'TO INDUSTRY, Alherl, Oct., clly fouuclf has derided to jrrant, ten iof land for an Industrial Bite-to the Royal Vjum Mactrinery (Company, which has ilctlded to locale here. The HI -hare an initial aiRff of forty tnfcn. and n-lll martufacuire all of farm machinery, Halepay- crs will lie i0 vote on the bylaw ihicc Comfort in Our Sale of Comforts and other House Furnishings has been a grand Our stock isgoing down but there are nice ones left. Don't buy elsewhere as our prices on these now are ridiculously low. House Furnishings and Gents' Furniskings Are the Lines We are Clearing Out With Our Grocer and Citnm H< 4c. per Hi. PrfiservJng'-'l.'eadics, per case 'Hmsf. jusl came lo hand nnil arc hi fine These are in fine condition also. for Thanksgiving Jj'msh t'clcry, Ripe-Tomalocs, Swcc'l Po- I'rcsci'ving I'liuns, per S1.00 (aloes and Applcs'lo nrrive in the morning. It Will Pay You to Do Your Saturday Shopping With Us The Bentley Company, Limited ;