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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTBGE DAILY HERALD'. "Friday, Ociobfr 24, 1913 CLARKE'S MID-SEASON CLEARANCE SALE THE PREMIER BARGAIN EVENT OF THE ENTIRE YEAR. We started off to-day with a rush beyond all and continue to-morrow and all next week with the largest assortment and biggest savings ever offered in this or any other in Everything Reduced Nothing Reserved You Save on Everything You Buy. The whole store is transformed into a veritable Bargain Emporium and offers scores of irresistible saying opportunities on the very choicest of the season's merchandise. iL Good Progress is Being Made and the Full Amount Will be Reached BATTLING CANADIAN PRESS AGENTS IN COURT INSTANTLY OPENS NOSTRILS, 'COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH In Ont Minute Your Stuffy Nose and Hiad Cleaners. Sneozinug and Nose Running Cease, Dull Headache Goei until tte end of Desijned to Eliminate Lot to finish. On Monday ev-j Pincber CretV. Oct. touraber of our meu folS pprtunity of the holiday for chicken The Hospital Campaign process- very ftnorably. The stonn j of s couple of ago delayed the i canvBiirinr coostderably, J the vanva53lnc is slill done. It will pro wee- enlag the rwilt of the" tanveSBing al- ready done., totalled x balance of I600.QO atiU to b avpoiui- meiit.'of a recorder 'of br-intts, and of, a. brand commits 3 ioh. lo consist of Brands slorkon'iif-rs. Perabna. "removing The l.epElaiure pro- 1 stock "a distance ol twenty mites in f m It 1 r f ol Ubtolete and Contusing MarKS Edmonton, Oct. The act now fB-for the cancellation of- brands automalK-ally the ''owner applies for renewil. and any brand" so cancelled .may be re- Mr. >nt] Mrs..Clarke of spent t fa e week end mlrt -Mr. aud Mra. McCrea, Mr'.lao. Storey, rujr. of the etaatn- Kent Lumber Co., of Calgaiy, "pent the holiday ibooting prairie chicken toll district.' While in he was tbe gueit of G. M. CVdenkead. MTB. Croii, who has bsen'a fuest ot [Mrs. KerdrniB far. the put couple t n-eelrs, returnetf to ber home ia Win- jiSpeR on Wednesday last. >tr. Cross -.x-to had aUo vUited Mr. and Alri. Kerameis oontiaued his tour of Bank j irsipecUou on Monday last. p] Mies Jennie who.has been visiting her siilw Mre. T. left for ber howe In Macleod on Monday !i The Bervkes held in. ftt. Jolin's-Church on Oct. 19th vere attended. Trie Rer. J. R. Gretton nevred on application >fitbin three raontbs after csncellatiorK The ob- ject of thia provisioti is to eliminxie Ibfc large number or obsolete brands now carried in the triads book of. the province, I'nder lie act all brands allotted before Mil eiplrc next the proviace or to points the prorince are to provide aelves" a brand cate, or bin of sale, giving a descrip-' tioa of the stocJiT'tb stock, are properly in their possession, and any person Is. given the right to inspect travelling stock and to com- pare the brands on ihc stock with. the brand certificates or bills of sale. A penalty o? J20Q and costs is provid- ed for offences under PRACTICE TRUE E C ON O M Y BUY BLUE RIBBON TEA You gel-inoi'c-lea your money and a quality that will delight you by Us excellence. Send this Advertisement with 25 to Blue Ribbon, Litnittrf, fcr the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. .The beit cook book for use in Western Cinada. Write name and addren Perish the SuggtiMon There is'a feeling'of "sriorr in the jtraosrifaere today, b'ut a look at ilie Mounted Police-flower garden would dispel all.'thoughts, of winter. Kas- turtious "are in bloEBora, anU -.pinks arc forming new buds. tht Tbe and'ti fefidinitlj pretty and most anifcucally The decorators having ui- ji tH grain, timothy, vegptables. i of Summery lew has ncc-ftptsd, a'pOfilion as probationer on ttU SUIT of the Memorial J. A. Grettort will go to l.ur.d- brek for Oct. ?6lh And Rev. R. J. fblres ot will occupy Ihe pulpit in St. .Ton u's Church here. Mlas E. Faithory loft on Wednesday to visit her rhe Rev. and James of SL Stephen's Church. Cal- pary. Mr. and returned from their crip to Kdmonton on Vri- Shsaks and her mother Virs. JJ Gardener who hire the past j! with .Mrs. R. Cooper and MTF. P. returned to the'r home n in MucUcd on Saturday, S. A. FrAier, for somatlme has i b'llfdfrg an addition to, and ie- modelKn? tie home of .1. H, Kedpatb, 1 finished his contract. M. n. Gray j in ROW renovating- and rederorallni J tbe Interior. Specials OI5TIHOUISHED PASSENGERS Oct. William Tyrrell, private secretarf to Sir VA- Grey, sailed today on Ihe Imp'r- ft'or Tor America, to -pay a private viili lo Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice, Washington. I'oiml UerriStorff. German Arn- ItMador to the UnUed States, and lilt wife. alVo Vere ainoof Ihe AT Bawden Bros. A lot of oddcbairs "Marked Down" to move. Sec our; window display, KJTCHEN CHAIR lliat retails.- 11'. II. 15; .Salt prict A COMFOHTABLE ARM Good valofi. at 1 1 75 Half 'Price V AN OpLOEN OAK DINING Blip scat anrt upholstered back. 1 fl THKS.K ARE JUST A' TIIKIIK' AI1K .MAS if JtOKE JUST "Veribrite" Fhrnlturr Polish, (lives Satisfaction. Per TERMS 5n let us cboir yoi> tat furoieh your home complete for a umall pay meet and io ni'ich ver month t Bawden Bros. LCTHiRIDQE'S QflEATEST HOME FURNISHKM 709 3rd Avenue South. FHONE C'artiaioa. Alta.. OcL j the Blood Indian" Reserve, whith ad jo to a onj the.'norUi, ai'C veied n-ith the Board1 of Trade ot Cardaton for sending repfeaeDtattves to the reserve on matters of business without .first _ consulting Ihc Depart ment. Inipector Is in charge pending the appointment of a new agent, threatens that a recur rence will be prosecuted. It seems that aeveraJ the Board o Tra3e weut'to Standoff lo confer with the band on matt era reUUnj to graz Ing leasta, aod called the chiefs with out sseior the Ayeht or inrtruct- ors. More Cardston productR were weeX ihlppsd to.Wloniptt to" pu Into the section'of spaci used by the International securlHe In the Ir.duPlrJa! Bureau. It no doQbl be some lo Jmop tbat through the auspices of th Cardaton Investment Company tbT of fniU oT the soiT'1 j being consUntlj- and crytbinn while eagerly sough aftsr for this purpose.' of tli district, and of Cards ton RjhJblts'a CoTigTtta events, ar6 also dispTByed. An effort being made now to secifrfe the prize winning of'Mr, Arthur Pwry for this apace. The biulncfls of H. Buhile, whoee Blacksmith shop burned sevferal ago, 1r. to continue in Ihe twild- inj at Ihft rrar of the pM fthop, SFiters of Charity of tbe Roman Ctlhollc Mleaion M Htand OH Cird5lon with thefr Indian girle thla week, of the' of the came wjih them and at locnl Rforei! for winter cloth- log and Cardalon to tho ConvfntJon. Thin wnj the Jurgesl rtprcseutfttion from any one school outside of the cllj; acbools. Sfj teachers from to Cardston also attended, k Tbe BUppsr !n 31 Church Monday nan s success. BomethlnR Hire befnV'TMllzcd. Over :100 peraons down to the.good things yrovi the _______ Mucli interest is teln? lakea all over Canada In the cel- braied'Uaer-Charlcswonn case. Mr. Hector' CharlKworth a 'ell known ournailat jnd-versalite critic claim? lo h-dM; Wen badly liealen ly Mr. Ld- Baker, who is equally: proraincni as ;i ot.sporting affairs. He s'also a referee and sporttns official of Mr. Hakcr Is press were released on ball. To U'.ose who knov.tlic tranquil i hese gentleraen, the pewB of Ihe CJEO came as great surprise. Yi-prUi'is the crilic for Toronto Saturday Night. THE OIL BOOM AT HAT 'Medicine Hai; Alia., Oct. 23.-Ue oil iioom continues with iacreutd Force. Xearly two hundred men lice-I up at land duiing fbeiiight to Hie this morning, but the most. important featuce is the made this morning by W. R. Martic, raanagfi: of the Supply Co., who is the most noted gas ci- prrl- in wtel, thai las corapaar for some'time has bfta-preparrog to horc for oil'and will commence at once. He is' conrinced that oil wi'l at about two thousand feet and anticipates, no trouble .getting througtrhigb presiurc gas. BOYS' AND GIRLS' FA I I COATS F -TV LJ JLu 1 iJ 6 TO 14 YEARS Tweeds, Chinchillas, Blanket Cloth, Boucles A sample lot of 40 Coats for and 50 Coats for boys Coats we're proud to sell. Coats you'll be glad to buy. Coats the young folks will be happy to wear. 'Smart that will wear well. Bring in the children, It's nice to see how the Coats fit them before you buy. Come early for your choice as they, are mostly one of a kind, REGULAR PRICES TO Special Price THE SOUTHARD BLOCK ;