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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HEHALO MONDAY. niCCEMHPM IS, IS SUGGESTIONS AT CLARKE'S ON 'Pliinn-c HiM iiBoful >i TO Tnnst, si.nnrndint.ficl. find tho-.storn is with nilos of now Gliristinns sronds snilnlilr. -f'nv m-m-.- family of the gentler Outer garrocnts of style and distinction in -suits, coats, shirts, dresses, etc.: sweaters, sports sols and knit 'goods: finest obtainable furs in separate' pieces or handsome matched sets; hosiery and gloves in finest grades: corsets and Sale of that any woman can choose: dress goods and silks that arc always appreciated: handkerchiefs, neckwear, boudoir caps, Suits and and doilies, skating caps and sets, and scarves of other lines that we cannot mention hero. All conveniently displayed for quick inches easy choosing. Assortments are largest and most varied yon AVill meet with in.any one store in Southern Albeda and Worth up to choose from these stocks you g'et the best obtainable merchandise of standard quality at the fairest possible, .juices .consistent Satin Lined present coiiuiuuus. THESE OUTER GARMENTS MOST ACCEPTABLE GIFTS Many new lines just received within week especially for Christmas selling and some of the finest models we have had to season. Plush Coats and up to MAKE the past featuring show this Lined Coats and up to Handsome Suits, and SERGE SKIRTS to SILK SKIRTS to LINED SKIRTS to MOREEN UNDER- SKIRTS. ALL COLORS AFTERNOON AND EVENING" DRESSES LOVELY SILK AND CHALLIE KIMONAS and TAFFETA SILK PETTICOATS Plain Shot. Regular O.S. sizea. and Great Stock of Hosiery Women's, misses and child- ren's sizes. Shown in mam- grades and wide .variety of choice. s-iSUiiiiv- Niagara. Maid Silk Hose. All colors. 52.00 Silk Boot Hose. All colors Heavy Silk Hose. Black and. white Splendid Cashmere Hose. 50c, 75c, Girls' Cashmere Hose in four different kinds. Ranging acooi'ding to size and q'uality. From 6 to 10 in. at ..S35c to 75c .All the above lines were bought before the biggest advances .were put on and are cpnss; bgL- 'Qu'ently better value's than you will see where. CLARKE GO. 612, 3rd Avenue, South Christmas Sweaters, Skating Caps and Sport Sets Wool Sweaters in grey, tan white, to Sports Sets. Finest wool sweat- ers, scarf and cap. fS.50 Silk Sweaters. Lovely new'gar- ments. to Jaeger Sweaters. Very service- able and practical. to.................. Children's Sweaters. Pull over and buttoned front. to................. Skating- Caps. Big variety of choice. to Skating- Sets. Tain or cap and to Newest Tarns. Brushed wool in hig-h Dainty Christmas Novelties In Neckwear, Boudoir Caps, Handkerchiefs, etc. Boudoir to Flannel Neckwear and Collars and Cuff Sets.........65c to Georgette Collars and Collar and Cuff Sets to Linen Collars and Organdie with Lace Trimmings. 25c to Xew Scarfs and Jabots, Tea Aprons, etc. All exclusive with this store. Christmas Gloves GLOVES ARE AS POPULAR AS GIFTS, AND ARE SHOWN HERE IN THE'BEST VARIETY WE HAVE HAD IN Finest Kid Go'.ves, ail colors. Washable Chamois Gloves. Lined Mocha Gloves Finest Wool Gloves.... 35c to (55c Long Silk Gloves. All colors. Long Kid Gloves black. -Priced ALL THE ABOVE -LINES ARE OF STANDARD GUARANTEED QUALITY AND CAN BE. SAFELY CHOSEN AS GIFTS. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES IN DRESS Many lines which we for next have been sent along in time for holiday choosing. Making this selection of dross goods and silks a most attractive and unusually comprehen- sive showing for this season of the year. r IllCMi '.OrUHf ICJLULH Fine range of colors. tf> n H Lovely quality TRIMMING All Satins A'l! the new evening 7C shades. ;tt; in. wme Fine Drcks tie Chcnc and quality. Full 45 inches wide Black Tussah Cloth Very clean wearing. Q n H -51.50 and FLANNELS Light :and Dark Colors Dudiesse ami TaJ'Mus iuclies wide.. ?1.50, Beautiful New Waists for Christmas Giving Dainty Georgette. White, flesh and to Habutai Silk. and up to Crepe de Chenc. All, wasliabje light shades. to Voile Waists. Lovely new styles New Whitewear Gowns, corset covers, com- binations, sieres. etc. Shown in splendid, vaiitty of Christmas and characterized by extreme, moderation in price. EXTRA SPECIAL! A Beautiful Xmas Gift! Handsome Opera Cloak .fust three in this lot. Mado of finest broad- cloth. Colors, and- blue grey. Full loose styles, large collar Most attractive gaVtnent at the price. Avenue, South Ottawa, Dec. total recruit- ing in the Dominion for the first half of the present month was-3274-.-This- livings the total recruiting-in. the Do- minion, since the ivar -commenced up 'to Recruiting for the first two weeks of the present month ia political gossip for a. long time, shows improvement. The total enlist- but there is no apparent probability ment, for. of the previous inohtii'being only 5072. For the last fortnight. holds the record with 630 enlistments, Toronto coming -Other military dis- tricts are in order of recruiting: Manitoba. Montreal British Columbia 814, Maritime Provinces 2G3 London. 264, 219, Al- bertav arid Quebec 23. ._. _BURRELL NOT QUITTING Otitawa, presence in Ot- tawa of es-Premier Bowser and R. F, Green, M. P., of British Columbia, has some pprple a move to replace Hon. Martin Jurrell in Cabinet of th the of it occurring in the near future, and Mr. Bowser is not here on such a mis- sion. When a measure of Cabinet re- organization does which .will be before another general election, Mr. iBurrell. is very likely to retirp He understands fruit growing, tjut it has been claimed are not as progressive as they might be, tand that he does not get Into close touch with the farmers In the Parliament Eludings fire last winter. he suffered severe injury which was attended nervous shock, ami his health is not rugged When the Pension Board was created last summer there was talk of putting him at the head of it, but he did not ut me r-auiuu mm at me neaa or it, out fie did not province. Such a change has figured take to the proposition If he retires, the most likely successor is Rober Green, though H. H. Stevens, of Vau eouver, also has ambitions. Whoeve: might succeed Vr Burrell would to the Departmentvb'. culture. Rather a readjustment portfolios would, take place ;HIM: Vt a partj one evening a pret tj girl said Sarsent, Uie ous artibt Oh Sargent, latest naiatmg and ft be cause it so- much like did it Jciss jou in return'' iK-Btl the arttet gravely Uhv no 01 course not1 -nas the astonished repfj Then said Air Sargent smilingly, 'it was not like me. BEITAIN'S PICTURES HAD THEM BIGHT. Hi Octoter we publi hed two pictures of Ae famou great armored tank or caterpillar, which wae doing such good ivork for the Allies on the western front One drawing showed the tank creeping over the German trenches, and other was the above photograph The Engll h cejsori did not allow their publication m the Bri'lsh Isles until Uo-seek ago when the London Dailj Mirror paid for the pmilegc of piibllslimg them in England The official photopraph-! have armed in Canada and they that our photograph publiehed nearly tiro months ago, was absolutely ne ana useful presents alt the 25c pocket knife to a cabinet of ver at See our stock, com- es, then own judgment as spend your money.c This is a fair Our Window Display 4'5 Fifth Street South ie'xt J. D. Higinbotham's) ;