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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ Jm t " 1 r 1 H 1 -. f PAGE EIGHT 1 j whirh has just arrived must be iuclud-oil in the sale. They are most heauMful gocis �nd only one of a kind. They iiro worih from 525.00 to �30.00. but s>k- insists that they all be cleared at Mrs. Thrifty arrives tomorrow, to direct her "old-fashioned January clearance" and remains with us until Wednesday, January Unusual Price Reductions are the keywords of  this stock-reducing event. We want to emphasize again and again-*-and we cannot do this too strongly-that every dollar spent now means a substantial saving for thi future. But th6 best arguments we can advance are actual price quotations. Here are only avfew--but they demonstrate in unmistakable language the trend of the Reductions now in force. -1 i * v. i h i nece ii t I 1 -v Mrs. Thrifty Says: COULD YOU POSSIBLY RESIST BUYING A COAT AT HALF PRICE? j Might as well try the impossible as hold the economical buyer back from iak in;: advantage of such ail opportunity. And the opportunity is here. Every cloth ami plush coat on our racks are going I ti The garments are in .such decidedly striking styles, new and smart, that you Til!'wonder why we sell them at half price,, but we have to make room for our new; spring deliveries. The children, too, must be included in this phenomenal offer, says Mrs. Thrifty. l^ihdSjfe,Afho have- waited until now to buy their new coat are indeed fortunate when they can effect such savings, and yog can he sure jpnces warrant Mrs. Thrifty s 40 YARDS EIDERDOWN COATING, in cream Mpnotone^stripe. Make lovely coats for/niisies or ladies. Very heavy weight'and,washes beauti&iHy. 54 inches wide. Regular $3.25. qt* Thrifty Price,, yard; i......... 1 �U 0 ^9 35 YARDS CREAM'1 "NlGGERHEAD"; EIDERDOV/N. 54 hiches. Splendid for sport coats, Regiilaf $2.75. Thrifty Priced yard' ... � * 4 1.39 100 YDS. ONLY, STR1PEVTAFFETA. j 36 inches. Pure silk iii. brown and white Stripe. Regular $2:50). Thrifty Price, yard 69c .1 i 4 � "4 - 4 ^ J 35 YARDS DRESDEN STRIPE MAR QUISETTE, 42 inches. Make charm ing evening gowns./Regularise yard. Thrifty "Price, Yard ........ 4 t t  * 25c TOOTALS' GUARANTEED VEbVETS White ground with pink and blue, % inch stripe. Make, lovely child's or ladies' coats, separate skirts', or skating suits, 30 incheR wide. Re'g-\ ular $2.50 yd. Thrifty Price, yd. 9 c MILLINERY WATERPROOF TULLE 36 inch.-All silk. Colors black, wtiite, pale blue, and hel|b. Regular 35c. Thrifty Price, yard ;..... 10c � * FRENCH SILK POPLIN. 42 inches in white, Copenhagen;;'or navy. 1 rQ -Regular $2.75. Thrifty Frice,^I�D!/ 1 -iH _ ^___^__ * AMERICAN WASH SILK. 37 inches in rose pink with conventional ^blue floral pattern. Regular'$^..00 yard. Thrifty Price, yard ... 39c .LACK AND COLORED VELVET- NtEN 24 inch. Louis' French Velvets. Colors, grey, purple, saxc, navy, ltfyrt-le green, aeal broVn or block. Regular '75c. Thrifty Price, " *AQf yard ........................ fl5/ C SLIGHTLY SOILED LAMBS' WOOL FUR TRIMMING. Also imitation er- * mine trimming, 1 to 1^ inches wide. Regular fi5c and 75c yard, Thrifty Price, 2 yards for ... 25c GOLD CLOTH FOR MILLINERY REQUIREMENTS. Also for allover dross-, es or paneling. 3ti inch. Colors pink,a sky and silver. Regular* $2.59. 3rard..-Thrifty Price^yard;...,;. 99c 100 YARDS SILK MILLINERY VELVET. Colors rose, Belgiumvpale blue^ and tango brown. 13 inches wide Regular $2.00 yard.- Thrifty Price, yard 99c i SKIRT BRAIDS, MILITARY AND TUBULAR BRAIDS, In navy, seal. khaki or black. Regular 5c to 10c yard. Thrifty Price, ,.yard 1c - F* h _ _ _ i \ Mrs Thrifty Says'. ' know what trouble your I mothers have in getting a suit for that boy of yours, so this news will' please you.' ^ Mrs. Sqys: . The men must have their shares; of \the golden opportunities-abounding, so has looked up these-items for their special bene fit. 75 BOYS' SUITS in Norfolk and Pinch Back styles. Tweeds and fancy worsteds. ^Sizes 26 to 35. Regular to $10.00, Thrifty Price ........ 6.89 BOYS' LINED MOCHA GLOVES Regular $1.25. Tbrif^y Price ....... \ 79c 50 Doz. Men's Negligee Shirts In assorted stripes and patterns. Made with both stiff and soft cuffs. Sizes 14 to 17. Regular $1.50. Thrifty Price.............. Men's Soft Collars Olive color. Regular 25c each. Thrifty Price, 2 for 99c 25c r Men's Fleece Lined Under- wear Made in 2 piece garments All sizes. Regular 75c. Thrifty Price, garment____ 59c Men's Grey Wool Sox Medium-weight, Thrifty Price, 3 pairs for......... 1.00 And Mrs. Thrifty assures you these are only a few examples of the bargains running loose, ' ^ , - ^ Mrs, That we have too many Ladies' Suits on hand and that they must undergo the same treatment as the Coats. It seems a shame and we hate to do it for they are.all new goods, but .under-our sale conditions Mrs. Thrifty's word is law so they will all have to goat _r * PRICE ,-But just think of it. No matter how much you had intended paying for that new Wit-whether it was $40.00 or $18.00-yon should give these garments your closest consideration. Dressy and tallor-ed models; superior workmanship and 'finish characterizes -every garment. Warm, fashionable, materials including broad- cloths, gabardines, velours, etc., in all colors. Mrs. Thrifty Says: 1 Let .me.show you the way to save on your immediate and future needs. I have come to this'city (or eleven days to demonstrate in an unmistakable manner that you can secure your needs at this store, at prices that reigned before the war and'even less in some cases. Thrifty Says: And m: You Couldn't Buy Shoes at Such Prices Five Years Ago. , these are not broken lines and old stock, but absoluf- I have had all ^merchandise marked -with new pripe tickets and at costs that cannot be duplicated to ourselves in many instances. Knowing aa you do th^r prices are certain to advance fas the wkv continues -the wise, shrewd and "thrift}'' person will do liberal purchasing during the ncs.1 eleven days, and she will do it early before the best plums are snapped up. ely hew goods made by the Kingsbury Footwear Co. of Montreal and taken directly from their high grade stopk.' 1 Our Montreal representative was fortunate enough to secure these Tor us under exceptional circumstances. There are 471 pairs but you had bet*- secure yours early, as undoubtedly many customers will buy 3 or 4-pairs at this prico and they will soon be cleared. They will be sold under conditions of- NO EXCHANGES. NO PHONE ORDERS. NO GOODS ON APPROVAL. T 1 V:.- Now is the time to save money on your house furnishings and Mrs. Thrifty is right as usual, for such offerings as these [Provide vyou with splendid opportunities.' 180 Pairs Ladies' Patent Leather Boots With a_ 10 inch black poplin top, finished with a neat patent facing! and Louis heel. (Sizes 2% to 7. 4 �Q Regular $8.50. Thrifty Price *io3i/ 120 Pairs Ladies' Glace Dongola Kid Boots . With high cut pqplin top. A lace boot with Louis heels and short vamp. -A very dressy shoe, Ail sizes 2V2 to 7. Regular $8.00. Thrifty Price 4  +  f + * 4.49 24 Pairs Ladies' Velour Calf Button Boot With Louis heels and short vamp, A most (Serviceable boot for everyday wear. SiKes 2Mj to 7, Regular 4 n $7.50. Thrifty Price.......... i 14 Pairs Ladies' Velour Calf Lace Boots ^ r 1 Jligh cut with Cuban k heels. Most exceptional value, Regular $7.50. Thrifty-Price. . Mrs. Thrifty Says: \ �j F" j E As a Special Inducement to visit our GROCERY DEPT., we must list the following at special reductions. Armour's Grape Juice. Quarts.............________ J�fC �Ripe Bananas. q rt Dozen ................... . �JDC 2\'2 lb. tins Pumpkin. nf'o Each.................... &&C "Acadian"- Codfish. 2 ib. box ..........'........ 43 C Finest Table Raisins fib'* Pound ............ ... - Thrifty Price .............. �*%u$  'ABOUT 30 YARDS MADRAS in hoau-tif4^ fprors of rose and green. Will inaie^ splendid overdrapes. Regular ; Sl.tiO.-Thrifty Price, t f # 1.05 V t 10 Rolls Only, "New Process" Linoleum A good heavy body with a beautiful printed surface and will give years of sei-rice. 2 yards wide. 1 ntk Per lineal, yard ............. l�OU 2 Only, Seamless Velvet Rugs j Size 9x12, in colors of 2 tone green, with scroll border of fawn and brown. Regular $47.50. Thrifty Price ...... 18 Pairs QJace Dongola Kid, 16 Button Shoe High cut twith calf tops and Louis heels. A smart boot for street wear. Sizes 2% to 7. Regular $8.00. ^ Thrifty Price � 115 Pairs Glace Dongola Blucher Boots With patent tips df\