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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TH.E LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913 CLARKE CO. The Ladies'Store 453 AcadU Block We Sell For Cash SATURDAY Will Be a BIG DAY in Millinery and Ready-to-Weai MOST COMPLETE and satisfying selection we have shown in many seasons awaits your selection here Coats and Millinery that are the last word in styles as favored by leading fashion wearable creations intended to appeal to the great generality of women who want the most tasteful designs at small cost In the careful selection of these stocks prices have not been the primary consideration, but rather elegance of design and excellence of quality; yet even the most careful buyer will find values splendidly satisfying much below what similar garments have been sold for in previous seasons We make Alterations Free and Guarantee the Fit :o: A Deposit Secures Your Choice till you are ready for it COATS AND SUITS OF ELEGANCE AND REFINEMENT CHARACTERIZED BY EXTREME MODERATION IN PRICE Hfrc'si where the jidvaimtov of dealing; with leading manufacturers .comes in: They had Hie'money to prnrluise all tl-is Fall's at the outbreak of war. before the big advance in woollens, consequently, while materials are to 40 per cent, hio-her than a year ago. prices on all these garments arc less tlian similar garments have been sold 'for during pre- vious gave us the advantage of their foresight and purchasing power, and we arc passing it on to you. Special Saturday Bargains Will- lill ORANGES; thin skinned and juicy; per dozen CAMP'S HOMINY 4 g 3flr LEMONS; large size; Per dozen extracted at the Experimental farm; fresh On- ARn tario; 2 pounds for. GRAPES; finest table; 4 jar ___ CAKE FLOUR 4 7 Per pound 1 BACK BACON machine large WHEAT; 4 Og sliced; per pound... Ejpv PREMIUM BACON: machine sliced, ib... OCpW PREMIUM HAMS: 4Of> Boned, per pousd... vUO 'FRAY BENTOS'COUN choice white OCft -.3 pounds for Cww PUMPKIN and VEGB-. TABLE MARROW: Ib. 1C TOMATOES Per basket WHEAT OCn BISCUIT: 2 for CWU LIBBY'S PORK. and BRANS; 2 for C9b TEA; Kcrr's Special; BEEF; per pound WVV ROAST PORK WITH APPLES; C 1 C A 9 1 rich in C< Aft DRESSING; pound.. <53C BOILED HAM; CORN: 9CA 2 dozen for HANDLES; OX TONGUE Sliced, per pound.. OwC SARDINES; Cross Fish 1f-Per tin 4 1 Per pound 1 2 V GREEN APPLES; 2 pounds for CLOTHES LINES: each fcWW STOVE BRUSHES; Price each PHONE 1453 313 5th St. S. Prompt Delivery to all parts of the City ILLETT LYE CLEANS AND DISINFECTS THIS LYE IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. THEREFORE TOTALLY DIFFERENT FROM THE IMPURE AND HIGHLY ADULT- ERATED LYES NOW SOLD. Suspend Coasting Laws to Aid in Grain Haulage Ottawa, Ont., Sept. order that the grain carrying business cm the Great Lakes may be expedited, and .the.withdrawal of .much, tonnage thence to the Atlantic trade may bo overcome, it has been decided this jseason to relax the regulations so as to permit American vessels to carry from one Canadian portico-another. London, 10 nian crown prince is Tnaking another determined attempt to break through the French lines in the Argonne, and j BeJJn claims the German's succeeded in taking trenches over a front of i two kilometres (onC and ore-quarter miles) and to a depth of from .300 to I 500 metres, capturing prisoners -18 machine guns and 64 mine-throw ers. The French, both in their midnight report and again this afternoon, ad mil that the Germans had gained ai j partial success, hut declare that in i most instances they: ivere thrown! j back u-Jth heavy losses. This is the second effort of the German emperor's heir to win a vie tory in tins within the last thres months, and although on each I occasion he gained a small amount of {ground, he is apparently as far from] his objective this lime a-i on the pre- vious occasions. Fighting was in pro grcs-s all yesterday and thrdughout j the night, and was "still going on when the last report was issued. !CONFESSES TO BRUTAL MURDER Rio Janeiro, Sent. assas- sination, yesterday, of Senaro Pin heiros Machado has caused a' pro- found sensation throughout'Brazil! The Spaniard charged with his mur ;dor has confessed, the authorities as sort. He had no accomplices. The authorities say he Senstro Machado he blamed tician for the misfortunes v befallen'his family.-, ION. W.' J. BOWSER- jsea.attacks. placed GOES _JO HOSPITAL [at the hrbor entranfce, and n'umerous hong range cannon mounted B.cV'Se'pt- W. at Galata, which port. J. Bowser, 'attorney-general, came from I Victoria today to a hpsnita'i here to an operati.ohv It is expected his illness will "be duration. I BULGARIA THROWS 'iJP DIRECT PARLEYING WITH SERBIA Rome, Sent. has re- fused Serbia's territcrirJ, proposals, it-cording to a' Glornalc. 'd'Jtalia dls- patch from Sofia, which adds that Premier RadoslayoiC dechlred Bui-, garia lias'decided to treat directly with the quadruple entente. A dispatc hfrom Saloniki that NEW WOMEN'S HOME GUARD UNIFORfyl The liofrie Guard for Women movc- rnent in Toronto is eding. Pic IjltJUL in ia }'i iiu- noli-1 ture shows one of the active ladies i In tht! forniatlon of the guard, photo- 'I' Highland uniform. A (1151 JeHU 111! Uill- OillUlIlhl Vrt 11" tit ii'V. "it Bulgaria is fortifying .Varna- against MH9 votes in the SWEEPING REFORMS- IN RUSSIA, SUGGESTED DUMA London, Sept. a' dispatch from Pfitrogriid. th'e p.aHjr Telesntpli's correspondent says; "Autonomy for -Poland, -a concilia- tory policy for Finland, amnesty for political offenders, not uf a criinina'i ctiara'ctei" complete ces1 sation of religidus'persecution, remov- al of restrictions up'on and the rerpjinitioii trade are ani- ong the reforms in opted by the "Progressive parties of tlic Duma, which- control -300 .out of Ten Table Talks No. 1 Then' would no need for "Pure'.food if every ]irndiict wi.'i's given ii tiilie of [lie care exiti'iulfd in iiss-iu'- injr the- pprfcci purity of j BLIEBIBBC5N TEA i-arf; is frnin 't'cn (iardcit (o Tn thi? blending, thu' jno.rl niip.ulf rare ensures miii'ormitv. perl'ccUoii. The. new ensures uguiiiot IIic slightest tlclcriornlioiv b.y dust, moisture or careless hnmlling. Your idoalai'of'- food-purity nrn expressed b Uiiic Ribbon Tea.. ;