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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUDAY. Al'fil'ST 30, MiTJiHUIDGK IIEHALD PAGE NINE In Present Need Merchandise of the Highest Standard of Quality la face of most difficult baying conditions and of many opinions expressed tq the contrary, we .have been able to provide for our patrons wants, the most at- tractive and comprehensive stock ever shown in.the city and at prices, in most cases, as low as a year ago. HUNDREDS OF WOMEN WHO HAVE VISITED THIS STORE SINCE THE OPENING DAY HAVE EXPRESSED THEIR APPROVAL IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS, AND TO THEM AND HUNDREDS OF OTHERS WHO HAVE THEIR SEASON'S WANTS STILL TO FILL, WE CAN GIVE THE ASSURANCE THAT THE SAME GOOD VALUES, THE SAME GENEROUS ASSORTMENTS, THE SAME COURTEOUS SERVICE AND WILLINGNESS TO SHOW YOU THROUGH WILL CHARACTERIZE THIS STORE IN EVEN A LARGER MEASURE FOR THE BALANCE OF THE SEASON THAN UP TO THE PRESENT TIME. READ THE GOOD NEWS FOR SATURDAY. Articles In Ready-to-Wear FRESH SHIPMENTS OF SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS, DRESSES, SILK SWEATERS, WAISTS, Etc., JUST TO HANO THIS LAST FEW DAYS By .EXPRESS. IF YOU HAVE NOT YET SEEN THE GARMENT JUST SUITED TO YOUR TASTE, GETTER LOOK THROUGH AGAIN TOMOR- ROW. Suits at to Coats at to Dresses at to Skirts at to Petticoats at...... to Silk Sweaters at to Wool Sweaters at to An Exquisite Stock of Dependable Furs A SHOWING OF STYLES THE LIKE OF WHICH WE HAVE NEVER HAD BEFORE FOR STYLES AND EXCELLENT VALUES. NECKPIECES AND MUFFS IN SEPARATE PIECES OR MATCHED SETS, IN THE MOST WANTED KINDS OF FUR FOR THIS SEASON; ALSO EX- CEPTIONAL VALUES IN RAT COATS OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY. Finest Rat Coat, 50 inches long, 80 ine'ii sweep, rich dark skins, well matched even stripes. Natural WoU Sets, to Girls' Wolf Sets to Finest Red Fox Set at Girls' Red Fox Set at to Alaska Sable Sets Finest Badger Sets at Taupe Fox Children's White Sets, tq Dress Goods and Suits FEATURING UNUSUAL VARIETY AND v VALUES. New Novelty Plaids at to Fine Serge in all colors, 52 in. Crepe Poplin, all colors Crepe de Chine, all Silk Poplin, 36 in., all colors Beautiful Novelty Silks in stripes, checks and plaids, to Black Tnssah Cloth, 42 to 52 inch widths, very scarce, and Staples and Wash Goods MANY LINES AT LESS THAN PRESENT WHOLESALE. Finest Embroidery Cotton, 42 in. 45c Special special 40c, 50c Finest Madapolam, 40c to 50c Finest Huck Towelling, 45c to 90c Gakteas and Oxfords.. 40c to 50c Noyeity Striped Repps 36 in., 45c Fine White VoUes 5Qc to 90c Fine White Marquisettes, 50c to 90c Fine Swiss Spot Muslin, 50c and 65c Print and Gingham 30c CLARKE oc 614 3rd Avenue; South, And An Apology re Millinery When we advertised our millinery op- ening for Friday and Saturday we had 1 every reason to expect that a shipment of j fifty pattern .hats would be here in lime be on display, but instead of the hats a wire came informing us that it would Be irnrJossible to. make delivery till the latter part'of this week, which will bring them here by Tuesday next. In the mean- time have a very attractive selection of some odd models to: which will be added the new lot if you prefer a 11 wait-a-few oays longer. Hosiery and Gloves In Great Variety and Special Values Ladies' Lisle Hose, black, brown and white, special............SOc Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose, black, brown and white, special........65c, Ladies' 0. S. Silk Lisle Hose, black, brown and white........75c Ladies' Heavy Silk Hose, all colors included special Ladies' Plain and Fancy Silk Hose, at last year's price........ Corsets and Underwear In a Most Attractive Showing Corsets in Models to Suit every figure to j Stout Figure Corsets, sizes up to 36, back lace to Ladies'. Union Suits, ribbed lisle and silk lisle Silk Camisoles, flesh and pink various styles to CLARKE GO. ,614 3rd Avenue South Mr. Ito.ginald Simmons', the son of i 4 Vo PEHSONAi. -Sirs. Crane, widow of the lalo Col. a.rNoblo Cranaof il.allfai, N.S., Is the. ijtiesl of her daughter, Sirs. W. McC. Jlbore, Second avjenue. South. V. A. Stollzo and Miss Sloltze left this a month's visit Ili fcew York and other points, "'Mrs. W. Buchanan, also Mr, and Mrs. Harris of Nobleford, were in yesterday. and. Mrs. B. A. Blckcll and family, have returned from a triu lo JN'clson, B.C., and other, points. Mr. and "Mrs. D. A. 'Simpson have moved homo on 63i 15th St scjirtli... .Sir. and Mrs. P. Roy loft this nftdrnoon for Calgary and will motor frijm there .lo Uanff lo spend u few Keeks. 'i-. s Slmnaon left yesterday lo rctnrn to liiS-home In Wainwright, Al- berta. Miss May .Harrison, who rifts been InS guest of her slsler, MIss.Q.' Uarrl- son.for tlie past month, lias iclt for Vancouver. -Miss A, M. Tilley returned lo tho tftv jesterdaj atfef spending a lioll day at Toronto and other I eastern MrC. aiid-llrj. .3. 0. Porter of.Ca! SaVy are cipictc'd to a'frlVo in the cily nbnul Iho rniddlo or next month nnd will make Ihcfr hornb here. Kddy'.and'liltle. son.returned yesteAlay iroMvDanff where.they have been visiting-jfo'r.ia short lime. v i Mr; and Claudo.jlughcs relnfir- cil yeilonliy from'a month's visit lo Victoria, B.C. Mr, arid M. Leonard of Medi- cine. Hat arc Mailing In Ihe city with UHr daughter Airn V 'Mrs. 'Durblri Is a'Vlsltor la Uio city from VeilUne llal Ion. Mr. Justice, Simmons, has left left for Toronto to Join tlie Royal Fly- ing Corps. t The engagement is iinnounccd of Elinor1 Glyn's daughter, Margot. Eli- nor, to- BrigadlBf-Gerieral P.' n. C. Groves, D.S.O., H.A.F., elder son of. Mr. J. Groves, Tvhp.waa in the public' works department of India. The pros- pective bride. Is.tho, eldest of. the two daughlera of Hie late Mr. Clayton Loula. Glyn, a prominent Essex land- Ho belonged to the family of tlio.celchrated. London banker. f Miss Marshall. Mrf. W. Miss Irene and Master Kenneth Clay ton, who were visitors In tho city, al Calgary and GnH'-l have reached their t CHURCHES AND SQCIpt.IES C- SOCIAL On Wednesday evening' last the employees of the Crystal Dairy" were entorlalned at the home of Mr. onrl Mrs. R where nifincr -was which rery pleasant evening- was siwnt- fn janiea and innskv The :cvcnlng "con- c'mdcil with the singing of "He's lolly gooJ and .VAuld La iyne N The Woman's Mlaalonary Society of Wesley meeting yesterday afternoon in a most and Interesting way, wnpn ular. American ana srjart variety, while nd navy blue-are- also among ston'has a most up-to-date -aro Sortie .vfiry prot- The olficers'of Maple Chapler lo; 1 O.K. S. ofe asked to meet at the Masonic hall tomorrow night at S p.m Knos cliurcV clioir for re- icareal al 8.30 this eveutng. Bible class of Unitei! flhurch will liolrl Ihe monthly business and social meeting at Fred lolraes home, 417 19tli street on.Tuesday, Sept., 3rd, at 7.30'p.m. All members nro to attend anil bring A friend. -V _ The I'rolheon class ot AVesley church will hold Its Ttrst meeting for [he fall on Sunday at 12 o'clock In Wesley hall diroclly after church ser- vice. AH young ladles and yonr.s married ladiCH arc Iftvlted to attend these sessions and also join in their weekly activities if they so fleshfe. AJf who are at all Interested will he heartily--welcomed. fj, Imts Jor the younger girls were in the Matifotmdetl effect, whjleilhe hcl- met'-Iiat-and the ivnr Jjnt are among "the newor types.' Tho -new culurs are 011 the darli Black Is still verf1 smart, while browns, 'tobacuo brown, purple ami ovflrseas blue arc vecy.popir beauty an tlie season's colors. ty: combinations are .to' be spen in navy- and American heaiity, in and grey aiid in navy an'd black. Onq pauses to in Jes-1 cribirig tbe variety ot triinmings. Every fabric ever invent- ed Se'ems 'lo have been drawn into the fashion .display. the very newest Is the -uso ct osirk'h feathers ns some cases forming tbe and pro- ducing n most salt and becomfng ef- trimmings :of all Itlnrla are t. ,r. Including burnt goose, lialred heaver lias qnce more come to take Ha place as a fashionable material as well as the smart arid dressy, beaver ciollf- Chenille Is an- jUlicr of the very latest trinimlutiia and is'nscd profiisely ihis season. A nat- ty trimming (s made in aome'cases ol to. quite a. large extent. Velvet; till liotda its own. On (he whole the hats nro more heavily trimmed than pre- viously, tbongh the plain hal always carries with It a smartness that'gives it a place on every milliner's shelf, Miss McLeay presents an extensive displav yesterday with a bewildering MisS John'- e assortment witli color combinations. attractive is the display hy M_3sa Cnnicroji of uaUily trimmed and han'dsoinc hafs. Miss THney preseut- cil ;i very, smart selection, of the very] latest, most attractively disjd4yed. The Clarke Company also has a very1 fine showing of the new styles thougV exptjetltiE another fihlpment In shortly'. Mrs. McMeeliin's display Is very lasty, showing the most modern in all lines with very pretty children's hats. being iisecJ the greatest advance. From ''Cast el on .the Avrc Lo Hethencourt _6n the Sommc (he French hare 'advanced, a nost t miles.. The .Ilipflcn-wrg lino is at St. Quentln, Ittteeti in lies duo oast. St (iluentin Is. from BcTnn and miles nest of CoMenz on the Rhine On the Ussur front in Siberia, 'troops 'linvp repulsed an euern'y attack anU have an atlvanca norttivard FIRE CHIEFS ELECT OFFICERS Toronto. Aug. tills morning's Besslon of tli5 Dominion Fire, Chiefs1 convention, R. Prilchard, chiet ol the Chatharn fire department, was elect- ed president lor the ensuing year Chief.Ua.lhlaunie, of Three Rivers, iv.rtg vice-president MELLINERY OPENINGS A'caterJay the most popular places In ivcre tho millinery parlors with ffieff Hvhh dhplajs of rnw fflll styles. There was na gr'caV-a vflrfrstV liala as ot people. TfiTMo; (e bo o bewildering' of all of illunng in response to an cil lo the hofne Of Mrs >rcd Mng CoalrJalc- rodd Atter Iho lisual rou line of business over Ihey pro the Tvherd a lavgfi Ublfi with good IhlfigK (o The gentftl hoUesn tmfed guests to an nnnndnnce of ccfrn perfectly prcp6red, and othet vegcttblca fof desert, ivaSi errod coffee and nnfcM >et delf ilons cake AICogelTief It a rare treat nnd one WMch Hot ftoon bo forgotlon. Irhtmphd of GilhrRlth, on behalf of the iad 'Are Iho hafi I" ies, thanked tne foi her kind >ear? Was the Mat (n Uuia peasant nft ofillng for thfl society The who were Tiiotored out mhh to thank thoSo so kindly Ui6Ir caw varely of'tnlterlals In cltsicr Hm onc [Orgol tor rao war ami roclled again In the fascination of hcwitcnlng Kcail gear ,a i j lrrcgularll> ol ritllnt la porhapa the Jealuro of. tho sea son's Tho staW, even oulMiio la a thing of Iho past; she whb would bo in, style must choose drJdcst 6 snapes, l1io fantastic1.. bng-aMednffnlr llio hftcoming Waving brim, or oddly Unexpectedly turned; up creations tha the milliner) iioalEon hcnfd on nJ iWea. Ycfltenlay large vjdd' will tho smnll In attractive display Irtrliapa llio small Iifil baring a we mlfo UHJ Ut'v of crlMng (OH.iM the hChjhls (War Summary by Associated 'Oeiiiany's linrd "pressed armies Blill V'alvcr Before Hie nttacks of the allies, In central from the apmine north lo IJapavrao the enemy caslward St. Qu'eittln. nunibera tit-prisoners, many guns and mucli inMerlnl are falling Into the bands oMhis liritlsh. li'isewhero the apparently untiring .French nnd. forces aro malnialng Against the enemy, who now has lost all his Inr, the Citcniln DCS TJamcs, allied possession of.which would force the enemy to withdraw' from the Vesie. I The allies'.have the more favorable I positions and have but oho more pla- teau to overcome lo reach their ob- jcclive. As Iho fall of Hoye forced ttin Oor i mans to retire, to tlio lino south oti I'eronnc, the capture of Dapanmo by 1 Iho Jiritish made It necessary for thol enemy to'retreat north of thcSomme. Where the will mako a stand Important bases hero I? hard to say, .but bis best line burg line Heronpe Pam ind Tefgnler rhe ftrttlshfnoWare In tfo nillcs ut 1'cro mo on the south the rrcntf'are- Wa mllev west of Ham. The junction of Terg hljf'ls not threatened '.very, seriously, but the French crossing of the All etto bodei 111 On Iho extremliv of the batlle lino the allies are- moving ahead slowly nsnlnst desporalo (Jcrrnan. resistance, iNOrlh of Ihe Sprpe tho llrltlsh !iafe.: retaken (irccnhlrirt- Hill anil malnlain aheir Wher. positions.- cast of tho lllndenburg c.oim; (Cr atlacKs rlio liere ovi ilenur hope (o prcicnt (lie Ilrltlsli from running the Drocourt Quc ant Itoo ns (hcv Ifte one to west Sqiith of Ibo heavy flghdng la In prograj? In Iho region of t'ltl'ecoirl j r 1 1 Try to Stop 6f, sons ll- 6f, sons ilxo Otirmans thrown in fresh trooper) stop Ihe advance of the French aud- Am would'.seem.'to be that of the Canal rfbrO'which runs northeast frorti I'aronne, -Tho canal curves east five miles eatit of Ilapaume und crosje: the old HInrtenburg line near Ilav- miles east of Hiip- ,7he.Canal Bu N'ord extends across Ihe I'icardy battlefield In a general norlh and ioiilh direction and inn, fact that (bo dcrmans are offering( strong resistance to the French sontli of I'cronnc.' where the canal roral lols tho' Soinme, would Indicate Iho probability llial they may attempt lo mcke a atarid en 'the lino of In.? can- nl General Mangin's move In crossing the Alletlc and Iho Kranco-AmCffcan forces north'of the Alsno may be.the Itqg'innlng of a mnvejn outflank the heights, eas'l. of Noyon and.' north of Iho bj (v drive toward Terenfer1 Tnera lias teen nn further-Infanlry hlong the Blncc :he beginning of the offensive in liave maili L More New QueenQuality Coats, t Suits and Dresses m THIS WEEK We invite all ladies to see this exclusive line. t You do'n't for the superioi fit and style. Thaell, 608 tllfao AVENUE SOUTH ;