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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 1920 THE LETHBRUXiE DAILY HKRALD. PAGE YLAN Its Our Prices That Make Our Sale SUCH A FOR YOU HAVE CHOICE OF A HUGE STOCK OF RIQHT UP TO fttCOND MERCHANDISE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY. EXCLUSIVE STYLE AND AT WHICH PLACES ALL WITHIN THE REACH OF EVEN THE MOST MODEST PURSE WE STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO ANTICIPATE YOUR NEEDS FOR SPRING RIGHT NOW. PRICES ARE GOING HIGHER, IN FACT THEY ARE FAR ABOVE OUR EVERYDAY PRICES RIGHT NOW AND WHEN OUR PRESENT STOCK HAS-TO BE REPLACED PRICES ARE SURE TO BE HIGHER, EVEN THOUGH WE HAVE-PLACED HUGE ORDERS IN'ADVANCE TO-PROTECT YOU AS FAR AS POSSIBLE. SHOP NOW AND SAVE MONEY The finest selection of styles and materials livery one this season's dresses. No two styles Noir is the time to secure that dreas you liked, II is uown to your prlco today. SERGE DRESSES Regular. for RegUlir 'for' RtguUr for Regular J52.60 for Regular for Regular for Regular 565.00 for, L: SILK DRESSES Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular for for for for for for for for for (OFF x HOSIERY GLOVES UNDERWEAR KDMONAS HANDBAGS DRESS GOODS SILKS CORSETS RIBBONS UNDERSKIRTS HOUSE DRESSES CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR FLANNELETTE WEAR Neckwear We have placed on one ot U.UV Rummige CORSETIS 200 ikir of high clam In best qual-i Ity good ranxa of sites. These corsota are vorth In regular wpy >2.60 Cft iff, pair liDU WOOLLEN OVERALLS come In assorted nlics and in grey or surlet. with feet so that children will keep coty, Rewlir 1 7C CHILDREN'S KNITTED SUITS Children's Knitted Suits In rose, naxo blue. cardinal. These suits consist of Bwealcf oflsl, overalls anil cap. Regular 14.50- n nn value. Sule WOOLLEN CAPS Ladies' boys and girls' Woollen Caps in plain and combinations of colors. Ilegular 'jf' fl.OO vaJucs, Rummage Sale WHITE FLANNELETTE 3C inch white flannelette, suitable for un- derwear, night' drcssce for ladles and children. It's a real gale hero. Rummtge Sale, 72-INCH BLEACHED SHEETING COO yards of .pure blenched sheeting in raoi- lum weight and full 72 Indies wido. Wo Icrail In staple values. This Is a sooa lime to slock up on bedding. Rummage Sals, yard LADIES' COMBINATIONS Thoso nro Bpeclol. They arc made with short or long alcoves and ankle- length and V-neck. Thny arc pure wool, neg- o fn lilur (G.OO. Rummage Sale O.Ou NO GOODS ON APPROVAL NO QOOD6 CHARGED OR EXCHANGED NO PHONE ORDERS- TAKEN FOR SALE GOODS Next-ot-KIn dressing owns ssd slipjors for ui War jWenuHj }10; W. A. 1 crate apples; p. )r. Tuller, PERIONAU Mrs. J. S. 631 Sth St. South nil! not receive tomorrow. Mrs. B. A. Ewi'rr, nil 6th Avc. south, will not 10-x-lve tomorrow. Mr. Wilfred He-rison left lodiy for .Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Tracht and children aro spending a few days in the city before proceeding to California, where they will Mrs. Tracht'a mother, '-Mrs. Elizabeth Armeirong, In An- geles. Mrs. Chirlei Cooper of Adnell, Sask., is visiting for few days at the home of Mrs. II. Rlpley, 1812 Cth Avc. A north. Mr. and Mrs. McNarnec ot Klllarney who have been tho guests el Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Williamson for the past Iwo weeks, left ou Monday for Van- nouver, .where they will remain for the uoat fc'w' moiiiflx 1 A telegram fas received, stat- ing that Mr. Joseph Manner will ar- England Borne time this month'. Sirs. James FIske and son Jimmy left this for Vancouver. t t SOCIAL EVENTS The o'lflcera and systematic collec- tors of tbo Wesley church Ladles' Aid held a- special meeting yesterday at- ftcrnoon. Immediately followlns the transaction of business tlioae present were entertained by their president, Mrs. J. Livingstone. The social hour was enjoyed anl- dainty refreshments served. The Sans Soucl Club ara giving one a. their dances in Harper's hall to- morrow evening. iCHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The St. Auguslin choir will nice1 .for practice in the church tomorrow 'evening at 10 minutes to an 8 o'clock t The of (hi Jack Hoss chapter I Its meeting> the T: MVld Ai. at.S- o'clock As the nomination of officers for the ensuing year will take place it Is verj Important that every member shout" be In attendance. The'fadles of the.Anglican congre gallons are reminded of .the day'' 6 prayer for women lomorrpw, Friday and are particularly requested to at tend the meeting fn Wesley Hall a 3 olcloek.