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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY -.HERAIjQ FftlDAY. SEPTEMBEn Every Department Splendidly Stocked With Fa i oTOwinir scarcity of many lines of iiierchandtue. assortments (his reamm-are unusually coijipl And notwithstanding constantly mci-easing Jl reain" We as in normal times, made possible by very early inn-chases bo ore diohrlv iiisrhcr. in the -great bulk of the stotk are juw hikinsr advantage of unusual conditions mciJDlSE HERE AND REAL VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY Cheviot Suits Navy, brown, green and black. Serse Suits Navy and brown serges. Very smart new styles. Grey Suits to S35.00 Tweeds and worsteds, lovely suits-at the prices. Sizes up to 44. Broadcloth Suit, to Fur or braid trimmed. Very exclusive and attractive styles. New Arrivals in Goats and Suits Auftnent an Already Superior Diiplay With Thanksgiving only tires weeks away an esrly 13 most advisable with stocks at tnair highest point of completeness and values as good as we e or Sered in pre-war days for such attractive and becoming styles, Saturday Suit Sale Lovely high class garments ot finest Venetian Broad- cloth Cheviots and Fine Serges. Large convertible collars, belted and semi-belted, belted at waist. Full Hare skin. Sizes up to 42. W Saturday Coat Sale Beautiful Tweed Coats with straight standing or close fittins turn-over collar, both convertible. Belted front and back or loose back styles. Set in and raglan combination shoulder. Beautiful coats at the money. Tweed Coats, to Many handsome styles in loose and belted backs. Large raglan cut. Big collars. Plain Coats, to Fine all woolen N'iggerheads, Chinchillas, and Curl cloth. Green, brown, nary and black Plush Coats, to Black Plush in superior quality that does not crush. Lined throughout. Belted or loose styles. Grey Plush" Coats, to Lined throughout. Pur trimmed, hand- some garments at the price. Saturday Dress Goods Bargains Special Dress Goods Sale 'Fine Serges in navy and black: splendid quality cashmere in navy and black and cardinal: and clean wearing Granite clotl; in navy, brown, green, pUun and black. 40 to 44 inches wide. _ Viyella Flannels, 75c Very little more than last year. A splen- did variety of light- and dark colors, 31 in- ches wide'. Guaranteed not- to shrink. All Wool Diagonals 4 beautiful cloth for skirts and dresses. wide. Colors navy. Copenhagen, brown, plum and black. Extra special at the price. Great Value in Hosiery and Underwear Prices that are really surprising'.in face of condi- tions. -Many of these lines wore bought a year ago to.- spring dclherj to make sure ot having the stock when reimircd anil of being able..tp offer It at prices close to last season's. Prices arc- very little higher than In normal times. Union Suits Saturday Lovely fine quality. Watson's make, shown ill regular sizes, 3-1 to Really wonderful value. Sizes 3S and 40 lit fl.'S. Ladies' Cashmere Hose 75c Remarkable value for present times. Nice fine ov6n quality. Grey heel and toe. Sizes to 10 in. Penman's Seamless Hose SOc- and Lovely quality. Size to 10 Inches. Made in very largo sizes. Jaesjer Ilosiery Superior quality. Pure- wool. Very fine .and soft. Size SV4 to 10 inches. Children's Plain Cashmere SOc to 45c Sizes 414 to SVi inches. Lovely soft quai- ity. Special values. Children's Ribbed Cashmere SOc to (iOc Fine ribbed. Colors black, white, sky, pin.k and tan. -IVi to SVi inches. Ladies'Union Suits Excellent quality in regular sizes. Sizes 38 and 40 at 52.25 and 52.50. Ladies Union Suits Watson's unshrinkable. Size 34 and 36 Sizes 35 and 40 at and 53.50. Ladies' .O.-S. Union Suit's iH.OO Beautiful quality for very large women. Children's Union Suits to Sizes -'0 to 32. Various grades .in white- und natural colors. Sweater Sets and Beautiful coats of finest trusted wow. While white with black, Alice blue, tan, can- BTT, old rose, Paddy green, etc. Coat, cap and sash to match. Lovely settlor street-wear or sports sets. Broadcloth Suiting, yd Lovely fine duality shown for the first time tomorrow. 52 inches wide. Colors brown, navy, plum, alice, green and black. Fingering Yarn, Ib. The proper yarn for Red Cross and other, patriotic work Colors, khaki, grey, -white and black. CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Silk Coat Sale tallies itfho Our entire stuck of silk eoats included. old rose canary, black. Am- erican'beauty, .etc. Mostly with contrasting collars and' sash. Wonderful Saturday bargain, Black Duchesse Silk, Regular Value Extra special for Saturday's selling. Yard wide, heavy weight. Very fine finish. Silk Crepe de Chene, .yd. Very scarce goods selling at the old price. 42 inches wide. Colors pink, old rose. sky. alice. mauve, plum, navy, brown, black and .'cream. Flannelette Sheets Same as Last Year's Price This riiialltv is 'now worth Made of lovely soft quality flannelette.. white or grey with contrasting borders. Sizes 60 by 16. Ex- ceptional value for Saturday's Sale. THE LADIES' STORE FINEST PRUNES GROWN ANYWHERE The First and only Car of Oregon Prunes ever brought into Lethbridge will be on Sale at your Grocers on Oregon Prunes weigh several pounds more pers case. Oregon are the finest flavored Prunes grown. Oregon Prunes are sweet and take considerably less Sugar. Oregon are packed in four-basket crates only. Oregon Prunes always sell for SOc to 75c more than other other Prunes. These Oregon Prunes will cost you no more than other common varieties ORDER FROM YOMR Sept. information as to the agricultural and mineral wealth of Alberta was laid before the royal commission inquiring into the.natural resources of the em- pire, and the means for developing trade and commerce, whicli met here yesterday. The' witnesses examined at the two sessions were Dr. Tory, president of the University of Alberta; C. S. Hotclikiss, chief publicity commis- sioner; Mayor Henry; p. T. Fisher, secretary ot the Edmonton hoard of trade; W. F. Stevens, livestock com- missioner; .1. L. Cote, member for Grouard; A. Farmilo, secretary of tho trades and labor council. Speaking of the nationality of the immigrants, Mr. Hotclikiss said that almost every race contributed to the .opulation of the province. f'the agricultural development of he province, mentioning that in 191o lie average yield had been 36 bush- Is an acre for wheat, 57 oats, 34 bar- ey. He added that it looked as if portions of the province would give almost as great a yield this year. Agricultural Credits Dr. H. M. Tory, president of tho University of Alberta, submitted tho eport of the Alberta commissioners ;the late. A. Bramley -Moorn and nlm- >on the American commission 'or the study ot agricultural credit, jnd dealing with the question ot oahs' to homesteaders, said iliat the difficulty in tho way of loans by pri- vate- persons was the fact that tho and in possession of the government for three years. He sug- zeateii that the title should he pur- n-i'ted held In trust by some JU- .THRESHING AT JAIL FARM Threshing, started .today at the provincial jail farm, while reports have it that -machines are going at Lomond, Travers and "other points north of Ta- her Two machines are "start.-- ing close to. Taiier today. On ..-Monday thresliing .will lie-gen- eral'-albng tlie Carniangay line. The' movement of will he on in earnest by Sept. 25tli. f? a most important factor in bringing about' the 'development of vacant lands and'tbe-settlemeiil of them lies Ic the possibility of getting sufficient capital, and utilizing that capital, pro- perly protected in that-direction? Dr. Tory: "That is the big problem; to "get the right people instead, and the money'available for productive purposes. iK you -are able to do this you will eliminate the: man'Who gets a homestead simply to-speculate with it and' place on the land the man who will settle there, if you can tie a man down by this supervision he be. comes a seribus -.minded "man and wants to on Sir George Foster small public, body. The advance would not he a first mortgage, hut the man who lent the money would have then in case of a failure to pay This local body could also have super- vislon'over tlip. spending of the money regard to co-operative banking would bo re Would you not settlers without these rcstuc ions tt Dominion 'legislation nuir-iii' to permit of the deposits made locally U'einK for agricultural development. Part Taken by Capital Sir George Foster: "Do you think Dr Ton That is not practicable The Labor Bureaus A. Karmilo, secretary of the on trades and lalios-council was ei ammtd nlth reg-rd loathe i-stiblish c-v c' "r Bureaus ind slid that he conditions of the cotlntrj did not ot warrant the organl7ation of a Uo minion system. .Municipal and pro- vincial bureaus were all- that were necessary. Livestock Industry AV F. Stevens, livestock commis- sioner Alberta, gave details as to the livestock production and development! of the prounce. With regard to the encouragement of mixed farming, he suggested a scheme whereby tho man In aduition to his first grant of 100 acres should get n lease of another 1liO acres. He declared 'that Oils amount of acreage was nqcossary. if he wore m.ixed'-farming pay. ,llr. T 11 Milklalks "Dairy palatable, nourishing, na< ture'a hest foods." For instance: of Harvard University. that the actual food value .of one quart of milk is equal to, three- quarters pound of beet or two pounds of chicken or eight eggj or two pounds of codfish, etc. And' you know that butter, ice cream' and cheese ,are concen- trated products .Qf .milk. So they contain even greater nourr ishinent. Dairy products, mean a lot of food for little money.. To job is to help your husband .do Ijis best. If you handicap him--by too much se-, goes work with a thick head. Employers will label him "Sleepy" or tiLazy." So him get ahead by your knowing dairy products .and their value. Then the children. When they- 're first of their of punishment. Or if they appear dreamy un willing or scrappy remember shipping Is not a substitute tor proper feeding, Give thorn na f irp