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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Tim LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1917 I Special Saturday Values in Dry Goods & Ready4o-Weair Seasonable merchandise of highest quality selling tomorrow at prices you would consider unusual buying even in normal -times. Not an item listed on this page but is now worth one-quarter to one halt' move than prices attached for tomorrow's selling. Shop in the morning. � A Great Saturday Sale 4g - of - 1| 48 m Waists 1 New Styles Worth up to .$2.75 Splendid style voiles, laee and embroidery trimmed in very dainty and neat effects; the more m tajj0l.e(| styies ni muslins and striped crepes for m morning or afternoon wear. Paisley voiles in a lovely selection of color combinations and white with Paisley trimming also included. In addition to these are odd lines of nets, silksand tailored linen waists worth up to $5.00 and $0.00. All selling tomorrow at......................$1.48 Children's Wash Dresses Biggest Variety of HOSIERY and 90c to $1.50 UNDERWEAR in this vicinity and Sizes 2 to 6 years. Plaid and check ginghams. far and away the best Values Colors washable. LADIES' COTTON HOSE. OC- i Special ............................ LiDC i � t t� SILK LISLE HOSE. White and black. O C Girls' Wash Dresses Pair .............................. 00C $1.00 to $2.50 s,^cl;,isl;E."ND.s.,LK.BOOT.HOS.E- 50c Plain and middy styles. Plaid and check ging- BEST SILK BOOT HOSE. Old value. �yr hams. Size 6 to 14 years. All colors......................... / OC _______ HEAVY SILK HOSE. Old value. | . , ' All colors ......................... l.UU New Art Cretonnes silk lisle sox. Big variety. 2�j 35c to 50c SILK LISLE HOSE. Size 4 to 10 inches 1A A splendid new variety for porch cushions. in fine ribbed goods, 30c to ........ 41/C couch covers, side drapes, etc. Just to hand in LADIES' UNION SUITS -i r/\ very handsome colorings. 50c to ............................. l.OU SATURDAY READY-TO-WEAR LIST Offers a most unusual saving1 proposition in the very latest of this season's garments. Final Clearance of Suits $27.50 Including all our best models in serges, gabardines, silks and wool jerseys. Regularly sold up to $15.00 All Low Priced Suits, $19.75 Worth up to $30.00. Splendid variety of navy, black, green and brown and some of the lighter colors as well. Excellent New Coats For motor or street wear and many that are suitable for both purposes. Anything left on the racks selling at splendid savings tomorrow. All $20.00 Serge, Covert and Tweed Coats. Saturday.......$16.00 All $25.00 Gabardine. Covert and Velour Coats, Saturday. $20.00 All $30.00 Velour, Tweed and Covert Coats, Saturday____$24 00 All $35.00 Broadcloth Coats, very dressy new garments at $28.00 I E i Clarke & Co. The LADIES' STORE 612, Third Ave. S. Saturday Skirt Sale - $5 Sat, Sale of Splendid 169 House | 69 oT Dresses Ju"8 Good Washing Materials. Worth up to $2.50. An extra dress or two would come very handy at this season of the year and here is your opportunity to buy one splendidly made at not more than the material alone would cost you. Made of excellent quality crepes in light, clean stripes; also best prints in light, medium and dark colors. A wide variety of choice as to style and all the wanted sizes up to -1L Colors guaranteed to wash. Dainty New Summer Goods JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS THIS WEEK NEW/ VOILE WAISTS $2.00 t�> $5.00 All sizes up to -14. 1 Tweeds, Serges ainl Checks to $10 Splendid variety of styles and all sizes included up to 30 inches waistband. I I NEW GOSSARD CORSETS $2.50 to $8.00 Models to suit every figure. NEW SPORTS SKIRTS $5.00 to $10.00 Wash Goods and Sports Silks. NEW WASH SKIRTS $2.00 to $4.5tfi f White and the new colored plaids. Sizes to, 36: Wash Dresses, $6.75 Values up to $13.50 A collection of a dozen or so good stylos in light voile cropes, etc. All at a bargain tomorrow. NEW PAISLEY VOILES 65c Very now this season. Shown'tomorrow in a splendid variety of dainty now coloring. 36 inches wide. SMARTEST SPORT SILKS $1.00 Sold regularly at ?1.25 to $1.50. Taisloy stripes and large spot effects. Clarke & Co. The LADIES'STORE 612 Third Ave. S. Ran COALDALE PEOPLE DID NOT LIKE THE (From Our Own Corresoondent) "Quite a large number from here took in the circus and returned poorer In money and richer in experience. The people from the country felt that j berta. from the Central Convalescent their interests had not been well look- j hospital, Toronto. He is confidently ed after by the city fathers when the ! looking forward to being allowed to oricee charged in Lethbridge were j return to France. He is delivering an opponents. At any rate Coaldale won and Barnwell has some good players, too. We expect some of the fans to tell our boys that they could not hit a "barn-well," but they refrained. Mrs. Piortkosky was taken to Lethbridge hospital on Friday, but it i3 understood her case is not serious. J. J. Leffier. who has been in Gait hospital for a few days receiving treatment for a partial paralysis of the muscles of the face, returned on Wednesday considtrably improved. Pte. Sidney C. Lambert, a veteran of St. Eloi, is spending a few days at the parsonage. Mr. Lambert was only in the trenches eight weeks when he lost his left leg above the knee, and is at present on furlough in Al .ust double those charged in Calgary. In hold-up was just a little too much '"Roger Lund spent a tew days in the Hat last week. \The following members of Coaldale Chapter O.E.S. left on Monday after- informal lecture on "Life in the Trenches," here on Thursday evening. Henry Dane i3 now driving a new car. The road gang has been at work on roads in this district for the past two weeks, resulting in their much im noon to attend the convention of the | proved condition. What we need now Grand Chapter O.E.S. in Edmonton this week: Mrs. W. H. Pawson, Mrs. Ci Crist, Mrs Chas. Glaspey, Mrs. A. Holey and-Mrs. F., G. Morton. '.' Mrs. Linton, of Cowley, Alta., is �visiting with her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Suggitt, here. . "This Is.but one little incident pi what is going on dally-;. If my little story, and I wish I could make It tnoi'e realistic, helps to make you feel your labors are appreciated and well dl-� 'ected, and helps even a. few, to,..k . . '��'�"to keep flow taU