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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIRHALD PAGE SEVEN 1 All Ready for the STAMPEDE 1 o o DRESS WOOL BOYS DOWN AND COTTON FILLED GIRLS LIN ENS AND Make Tins Store Your Headquarters When In Wraps and Parcels May Be LcTt Here in Safety NEW COATS FOR WOMEN FOR FALL AND Buy early and get best Materials will be hard to get manufacturers are already running short of the best CHOOSE YOUR COAT And we will hold It for you a reasonable FINEST VELOUR COATS Silk colors brown and Prices ami SCOTCH COATS Ight green and blue mix kirts hall Prices anil Heavy weight green and blue mixtureslargo cape full skirts hall Prices Womens Silk ami Serge SMART FOR EARLY FALL Heavy Taffeta and rich Duchess silks In many styles ond color Prices ami ALL WOOL SERGE DRESSES Newest straight line some in Eton jacket Prices at ALSO FALL SERGE SKIRTS Very good values considering the cost of New ami We are Showing j Great Values in Serges 45 Inch all wool good clean In and Reg ular value Selling at en Per HEAVY 50 Inch hliick and Regular value THE FALL SWEATERS For women anil are the best wave ever Womens imte wool belted sweater coats with large pretty com hination of also plain Price at coeh and WOMENS PLUSH AND SEALETTE COATS Superior Quality Salts English made up In eight different rich and be coming iiaed Prices and AN ELEGANT LINE OF NEW SILKS iJow Ready For Early Fall Rtch stripes for stylish colors copenj Heavy quality at per yard and Tartan Plaid Silks at per yard Sonnets French per yard 39 inch black Heavy Swiss Taffetaj j per yard 3Ginch Duchess at per All colors for 36IXCH HABTJTAI DRESS SILKS A quality that illl give entire In colors Jjl or and Per yard Boys Clothing THE NEW STOCK IS NOW Boys tveel Norfolk made o pure wool tweeds in gvey and bromi Sizes 24 to Price 29 to Price Fine Worsted and Scotch Tweed Suits New pinch back and other plainer styles In checks and fancy High grade tailoring and best 24 to Per suit Sizes 29 to Per suit Girls Combed Wool cacli Sizes 28 to Kelly BoysWool and At each aiid Little Boys and Girls Fine Wool Jersey Sizes 20 lo 1 Priced at each i and PHONE 1221 The Balance of Summer Goods Selling Below Cost Cotton Muslin Boys Wash Cotton Dress ing and The SIMPSON LIMITED 4th Avenue SpHth We Keep the Prices Down uiackburno Jed on Sat urday to sjienJ a vacation at Miss Minnie Acheron loft oa Satur day to apead a week at Caljjanunil of tho Hifnoolt Coal returned today from the Iudiie Gibbons acd Miss Mar garelt Gibbons are leaving this lor Stitt and Miss Uoris Slllt left to spend several weeks at Yesterday Mayor Har nlerlalncd Informally tor Mtea Ada OHvo while In IB city Hie he guest of end Robertson ro urncd to the city this moralng from trip to the coast anil The regular meeting of the Major ack Hoss will be eld tomorrw afternoon at at bo c r MacKays Cross nlUlng class will meet tonight at S clock on her corner 3rd Sth Saturday afternoon the Red Cross cfreshmont tent at the Cbautauqua vas fa charge of Harmon and Mlsa Ralph of has asked her executive of Vancou 3Iunidnal to ake over a food demonstration at ho coming exhibition in that Miss Florence arrived in llie city Monday from and make her home hero with her and Harry Grass who fcas been spending the summer at the Smith Boundary leares to night to visit her si Moose Harold srid fiutlrum ant who have been the guests of Butlrums John left this morning for their home hi San manager of the Hudsons leaving to spend three where Smith and children ore spend ing the refreshments Including coffeo and willbe served by the Jack Ross at Wednes Thursday and The proceeds will be for pur MENUS FOR AUGUST Mens Week at the Bay Continues all this Near the The some luncheon aenus for approved for their idaptability to wartime economy and oofl conservation hot baking pcw Yslu blueberry iced oread and iced tomato hot orn sea moss hlanc i sliced toma blueberry tea or eel Graham bakc Iced brown bread butter spong Iced Loganberry and cheego scal tomato raised tea and date but er milk rice grap I 5 scalloped lorn a raspberry tea beau and beet sour cream le cracker feed tea Iamb po lato rye pound caki iETO RESULT OF VOTE if m Ladies attending the Stampede will find a comprehensive showing of New Fall arid Win ter In rpllo of tho act that tho return from ibo Pass camps have been give secretaries of local mtnln camps refused today to disclose tli figures ol tho vole In this end of th field for district officers on Satu What theirIntention Herald could not unless h that rhe olflcers here remember 11 result ol tho last attempt lo cle district officers scrulinee threw out ths Lethbridge upse 1 ting the results as at first annopncc I It Is that this end of the flclci nil go for Biggs against f Grabam lor Ubfs Week in tbeCttr Lburcbes At at 8 Intercession t 3 women of the church sew t the Red Cross At at 8 jachers Friday at S ntercession service followed by choir At Sundaj here will be celebration ol the 1 ajmmunlDii at S oclock and service it At at ChristianEndeavor business meetini at 611 S jriday at 3 ladles sew at the iled Cross rooms At at 8 all In in school plcnl are asked to meet in the school room At Pentecostal MissionsTuesday and Thursday at 8 gospel meet At United nigh tho Christian will meet in slead of Goiorth wil address the meeting ODijio of a Foreign missionary A hearty In vllatlon is extended to all to SHERIFFS SALE rovince of To By virtue of a Writ of Elocution I isued out of the supremo Court Alberta at the suit of plain and Maple Leaf Coal niul to me directed against ho lands be the Maplo Leaf Caff rtvn I have seized and taken into esecus tion the following namely Southcast quarter ol Section Township Range West of the 5th containing 160 acres Northeast quarteroi Section Township Range West of the 5th containing 100 acres Portions of the Southwest quarter ot Section Township Range West ol the 6th as described In Certificate of Title containing excepting mines and Part Subdivision3 of Section Township Rngfl West of the 6th Meridian as described In Certificate ol Tide contain ing wcepltog mines an4 1 lo 10 Inclusive accord ing to registered plau Maple Leaf G401Y ns described In Cirllficate 01 Tide cTCCpting1 mines and Lots 17 ID 21 inclusive In Block 20 according to registered plan Maple Leaf ns described In Corllflcalo of Tltje mines and f All coal uponor under I tho Northwest quarter of Section i Township Range West ot the 5th 5 iis described in Certificate of 4 Title conlaloing acres All minerals oth6r than gold or siIveiv or under the I West half ol Section Trarnship Range West ot the 5th I ceptlng acres lying West of Crows river for rail way right way and for roadwiiy all describedin Csrtift Arthur bookkeeper for Iho City Carlage who was arrested cala of Tlo comprising 299 M twi weeks ago on a charge of theft faTes from tho company ot a cunilderable t 5hall for sate on sum ot appeared beforo Jrtag Thursday Iho 83rd day ol latrato Klton In the provincial pllco front o tnlj Conf t House court this morning ntter having twice been He consented a summary and pleading was sentenced to leas 6ne day In thb provincial jail lAts defalcations arc said to the neighborhood of This j his second term Iir tho jail be hav at the hour ot the Shcrllfa July H17 Maclcod Further terms and conditions of ititl and complete ot the prs ing been sent down from ddmonton j o mo ago on a similar on wWcn JJe pertles may be by A B ;