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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 191K thk LETimnmr.k � w :.y herald PAGE NINE Si 9.1 t n ip i Here's a long list, We do not intend to pat a single item oh the inventory sheets that we can find other owners for before that time and wilh this one idea in view we have eliminated all profit on these various line* of winter merchandise and in some easels cut into the actual cost as well At no former sale of the kind have we offered such savings Not a line in the store but is now worth from fifteen to thirty per cent, more than present market prices, and when you take into consideration merchandise at present worth cr> compared to prices prevailing during this Annual Stock-Taking Sale, the savings gained to you amount to thirty, forty and in many cases as much a3 fifty per cent. THE SCORES OF WOMEN WHO HAVE INVESTIGATED AND SHARED IN THESE BARGAINS GIVE POSITIVE PROOF OF THE GENUINENESS OF THE SAVINGS EXACTLY AS STATED. For better and more convincing evidence, make a personal inspection youMself-and come prepared to buy, for you'll see savings you cannot afford* to miss and a variety of merchandise from which to choose the like of which is not equalled by any other store in Southern Alberta. i strong one. Go over it carefully, mark the items you need: and hurry down tomorrow while the purchasing power of your dollar is almost doubled. FINEST CREPE DE CHENE $1.59 Values up to $2.00 A lovely quality, 36 inch crepe. Colors black, white, sky, grey, sand, coral, old rose, mauve, burgundy, plum, apple green, Belgian and Copenhagen blue. FINE WOOL DRESS GOODS 58c Values worth up to 90 Cheeks, stripes and novelty weaves in By splendid variety of colors suitable for dresses, waists and children's wear. SALE OF EMBROIDERIES, 10c I IFINE OXFORD SHIRTINGS 35c Widths Utyto 8 inches. Worth to 20c A big variety of splendid designs in various width, priced as low or lower than yoU would expect, to buy such goods for in normal times. Special lines worth 45c Pretty light patterns-white ground with neat stripes. Colors guaranteed to wash and boil. Very strong and durable-and extra, values at the price. i TAFFETA, POPLIN AND DUCHESSE SILK, $1.68 Values up to $2.75 All these silks are of, standard quality. Very suitable for waists, dresses, klmonas, skirts, etc,, and shown in a very wide variety of colors. SPECIAL DRESS GOODS SALE, 95c Values up to $1.50 Tweeds in light and dark colors. Black sergeB and checks and bar line stripes in a splendid variety and excellent qualities. 27-in. BABY FLOUNCING 50c Now Worth 75c Lovely fine quality Swiss goods, very fine, dainty designs, scalloped edges. Extra special value at the price. SPLENDID CORSET EMBROIDERY, 35c Regular 50c Value Fine cambric and Swiss goods. IS inches wide. A splendid variety of design and varloun grades to choose from. WHITE COTTON, 15c Very heavy thread. Splendid wearing. Full bleached. Yard wide. SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK, 25c Selling at the old price. 38 inches wide. Soft pure finish. Special value. FINEST EMBROIDERY COTTONS, 45c 42 inches wide. Soft and free from dressing. A lovely quality at the price. FINE INDIAN DIMITY, 35c Checks and stripes. 32 inches wide. Excellent qualities. Splendid variety to choose from. COTTON BEDFORDS AND PIQUES, 45c AND 50c Splendid new showing of various cords and qualities. 40 to 42 inches wide. LARGE BEDSPREADS, $1.50 Old values in this lot. Very strong unji durable. Large enoughfor a double bed. '\. � EVERY NEV/ WAIST uN SALE Georgette from $5.50 to �10.00,, Crepe do Chine Silks and Voiles, including our entire stock of very latent and best styles. 20 PER CENT OFF. II FURS AND LADIES UTERG i RMENTS / Receive the final marching order Not a question now of profit, but an imperative demand that all garments in these lines should be sold during the season for which they were bought and to effect our purpose in the shortest possible time we have not only eliminated ail profit but in many cases have cut into the actual cost. SO HERE'S THE BIG CHANCE OF THE SEASON TO SUPPLY ALL YOUR NEEDS IN SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS. DRESSES, WAISTS, FUR8, NECKPIECES, MUFFS, AND FUR COATS AT WONDERFUL SAVINGS. READ CAREFULLY THE DETAILED LIST AND MAKE SPECIAL NOTE OF THE SAVINGS. VALUES IN EVERY INSTANCE AFlE CONSERVATIVELY STATED, EXTRAORDINARY A3 THEY APPEAR TO BE. Our Highest Priced Cloth Goats All Marked Down to $27.50 A wonderful bargain to soy the least, including as does coats that formerly sold as high as $50.00. In this lot are all our finest velours in burgundy, brown, green and uavy; finest tweed and motor coats in heavy pure wool cloths that are so much in demand now for general purpose use^ami can be worn practically the year round. Many of these coats are lined throughout, all of them are of the very best and latest styles of the season, and not a cout in the lot that wo could replace for less than the price we are asking. Get yours while choosing is good. Coats FINE WHITE MARQUISETTE, 75c Extra good quality, even weave, 40 inches wide. Same value as a year ago. DAINTY STRIPED VOILES, 50c No higher in price than a year ago. Wide and narrow stripes. Extra special. SPECIAL FLANNELETTE VALUE, 25c 34 to 36 inches wide. Pure white or half bleached. Extra heavy weight. SPLENDID RANGE OF COATINGS, $1.98 Regular $2.75 Value Dark rich tweed mixtures and cream ground with colored stripe. 54 inches. TUCKED APRON LAWN, 25c 38 inches wide, with fine tucking and embroidery insertion.^ $19.50 Tweed and Plaid Cloth Coats up to $32.50. No reserve throughout this entire., stock. Splendid pure wool tweeds in grey or brown mixtures. All very attractive styles and sizes for small, regular and extra large women. FUR TRIMMED PLUSH COATS $50.00 Values up to $75.00 This lot includes all our very finest-plush coats of Salt's Esquimette. Plush with large collar and cuff trimming of natural coon, mouffiar shirred or belted backs. Beautifully lined throughout. Some-wonderful bargains. Cloth Coats $14.75 All our new coats up to $25.00, including mixed tweeds and boucle cloths. Small, medium and large sizes up to 46. There is a good selection of late styles in this bargain lot. All well worth the price and more. This Is Going To Be a Wonderful Sale of Dresses Include every dress in the store for aflernoon, evening and street wear. AH $17.50 Cloth Dresses for ........................... $12.50 AH $20,00 Cloth Dresses fop............................ $14,75 All $22.50 Cloth Dresses for............................ $16.50 All $25.00 Cloth Drcssos for.......................... $18.00 All $27.50 Cloth Dresses for............................. $20.00 All $25.00 Silk Dresses for...........................-v. $18.00 All $27.bO Silk Dresses for ....................... $20.00 All $20.00 Evening Dre6ses for .................. All $25.00 Evening Dresses for .................. Aft; $30.00 Evening D roses for .................. Al!*$35.00 Evening Dresses for................... > All $4:".0G Evening Dresses for.................... AH $35.00 Silk Dresses for ...................... All $27.50 Silk Dresses for ...................... Ail Dresses up to $15.00 for...................... $14.75 $18.00 $22,00 $23.50 $32.50 $26.50 $20 00 $10.00 Suits at $27.50 All our finest suits included in this sale up to $-15,110. Best pure wool screes, pop-lines, cheviots, etc., in the new long coat effects, with large convertible collar and skirts made in very best styles. Coats are all silk lined, colors navy, brown, grey, green, black, etc. Sixes to 44. YOU HAVE ALL NEW SKIRTS 20 Per Cent OFF Handsome novelty skirts in checks, plaids and beautiful woven border goods regularly priced nt $14.50 to $2i>.00. Plain and novelty silks and plain serges in black, navy, brown and green in styles for young or old and sizes from 22 to 3G inch waistband. Suits at $ Garments in this lot up to $27.50. Some, of them not new this season but wonderfully cheap nevertheless. Just about an even dozen to sell at this very low price which is less than garments of a similar character can no%y be bought at wholesale. 1 KNOWN THE MEANING OF u LOWEST PRICES FURS AS DEMONSTRATED IN THIS FINAL CLEARANCE OF ALL OUR FUR STOCK INCLUDING NOTHING BUT THE VERY BEST AND FINEST OBTAINABLE FROM CANADA'S LEADING MANUFACTURERS. Finest Beaver Coar, $165.00 Finest quality Canadian Heaver, Skinuer*s satin lined. Made in loose graceful lines, large self collar. -88 inch sweep. Beautifully matched, dark rich skins. All natural color and very full furred. Finest Hudson Seal Coat, $132.00 Very rich dressy garments. 45 inches long. All of self, large shawl collar, straight full lines. 88 inch sweep. Beautiful and dressy garments at less than you have ever bought such fur for before. HEAVY COTTON HOSE, 28c Regular 40c value. All ladies' sizes. Very special value at the sale price. LADIES' CASHMERE AND FLEECED HOSE, 43c Excellent qualities. Worth 50c and GOc. Splendid weight. All ladies' sizes. FINE WOOL GLOVES, 48c Including values up to 75. Colors, white, black, navy, grey and brown. GIRLS' FINE WOOL GLOVES, 35c Plain and mixed colors. Sizes for girls from three to twelve years of age- LADIES' LINED MOCHA GLOVES, $2.15 Regluar. $2.50 value. Colors grey ior tan. Heavy wool lining. Sizes 0 to; S. LADIES' UNION SUITS, $1.65 Splendid weight, ankle length, low neck, short sleeves. Sizes 36 to 40. 2 Ontario Rat Coats, to clear at $93 $100 Pointed Fox Set at $70.00 $70.00 $65.00 $45.00 Black Fox Set at Natural Wolf Set Natural Wolf Set, Natural Wolf Set, $42.50 Natural Coon Set, $37.C0 Grey Mouffiar Set, $65.00 Natural Beaver Set, $57.C0 Hud'jcn Seal Set, $65.00 Seal and Fitch Set, $66.00 $47.00 $47.00 $4300 $3000 $28.50 $25-00 $43 00 $38.50 $43.00 Regular $120.00 Value Splendid full furred garments, 50 inches long. Rich, �well matched skins, satin lined throughout, Made in the very best possible way and guaranteed to give ,the maxl-mum of service. i $135.00 $37.50 $40.00 $22.50 $20,00 $13.50 $14.50 $75.00 $20.00 $37.50 * t Ermine 8et .,. Civet Cat Set Blr.ck Rat Set at.. Grey Mouffiar Set, Black Wolf Muffs Black Wolf Muffs, Grey Mi3tes' Set, Mink Stole....... Natural Rat Muff, Blue Wolf Muff, $82.50 $25.00 $25.00 $1500 $13.50 $9.00 $9.50 $47.50 $14.50 $25.00 r ' ' .si.. I* ft fW STOCK-TAKING SALE 612 THIRD AVE. S. CLEAR JNG OUT ALL WOOLENS All sweaters, skating sets, caps, tarns, wool jerseys, etc.. in separate garments or finest matched sets. 20 PER CENT. OFF PRINT AND GINGHAM HOUSE DRESSES, 91.65 TO $3.00 A splendid new lot just to hand including all regular sizes 'SG to 44 and extra large women's sizes 43 to 4D. ALL-OVER APRONS AT, $1.35 Very large size, can be used as a house drees buttoned down front. Good washing colors. FLANNELETTE GOWNS, $1.45 Regular $2.00 Values Buttoned front or slip-over styles. Splendid weight white flannelette. GREAT SALE OF CORSETS, $100 Regular values to .$1.75. Splendid fitting models. Sizes up to 28, 6 M DI ss PHONE rs?.4 Miss Ilulberl of M-m|if iik- u. the guest of Mi'.:-; ['lore.if: Uo.mld. r I I .Mr. and Mrs. IIhim hnve gone for a i wo weeks' trip iu \':m;-.mv� r. i-ik-itlif: and other cuarff v'niiu;.   % At the Major Jack I loss chapter "!. O.I). 10. \iiuj yesterday Mr�. Fred Ii.\ was in charge assisted by Mvs. 11.'*--Irand, Mrs. Do hong and M iss Viva Klton. Tim proceeds amnunt".! to *  * f'apt. Howard Dixon. ('.A.MX'., wh'i has been overseas since I he beginning of the war, is homo on leave and is at present with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. .John Dixon at Maple Creek. llhs sister, Mrs. S. .1. Shepherd, intends going to Maple Creek to see, her brother. Tii" ladies of the O.K.S. are recpn-^l* ed to ne'er tomorrow afternoon ill the iCi.d ("I'd� s rooms. * * * Arnold Jennings has returned lintr" ,M';"r :irlng ndaPV".-; in Tonm- to and Jut eastern po">ls. * e  Thr primary ansix-i-dion or the i,.U. ; S. % V V * * * > > NO REASON GIVEN Quebec, Jan. 10.-Mr. Fran-coeur's bill repealing the provisions of the code of civil r procedure respecting appeals to the privy council which was distributed yesterday simply enunciated the clauses in the code that provide for a privy council or sections of such clauses, and asks that they be struck out. The preamble to the bill gives no reason for the bill. C* C* *> *> > *. I Miss Dolly Marktis, of South Africa, who bus been doing V. A. D. work in France, waB bridesmaid, and Lieut. H-arrv Cheesemun was the best man. Following the ceremony an informal reception was held at St. .Michael's vicarage," the home of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. McCormaek, where refreshments were served from a table decorated with a war wedding cake which in place of icing was covered with white paper and maple leaves, with a silk Canadian flag as the central ornament. The bride, who. has been a y.A,D. nurse in France for the past year, will continue her war work after a short furlough. ? V 9 SAL I? The sale that's different from all others where everything in the store is on sale at reductions from 10 to 50 per cent. You'll avoid the big crowds in the afternoon if you J shop in the morning. There'll be something new every day of the sale. "You've Tried the Rest Now Try the Best" 9 Lucky Sale Days-Jan. 10 to 19 ;