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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THTDAY, NOVEMBER 7.1910 PAGE SEVEN ASAEflTEVEN WUHlBUll MM i "Sky fcy AM. HnM IU MLUaUBT. MtarlT 1M (o koaria that in Mill IB admlrafele n- M Wan Maabary. a taw U4 worthy tktl McttoB town. iris imklr i. alone mil br InU ML navll o! that Hidden aud wmite.flWht ttireagti '.hs called to order la due time and the man Tom and Ami up before 'him to agree to tbft decision o'roXtn up. to ihp. eye, tiv --UouLciKint-Coloucl Solomon .1. Solo-] HOD'S "Our F.rBt O.P.. to one's "notice a very striking exam-1 pic ot cnmonflaRC. Treca in snitablo spots for use aa artillery oljservallou [nre ruosl inlcrcHlin? r.nd Instructive posta were in a number or cases pull-j to Elwly. The problem whicb IILH! to cd up mid steel bullct-jirooT iTullailouHj iticmplcd was no I merely thai of substituted during the nigiil. In cheating the liuinan compnr.v other portrait lively Hlniple inaUer--bril or cvadlnc be seen ninong Iho acceEsorles R" delectloii by pliolograplis from the del of a soldier's hcaJ made bjr camou-lair. (runs were often liidflpn riagc worlieri lo iimw the fire ot arens of netting Artificial Fields The models of camouflaged phic.cs lo hltli1 liitFE niuvahlc firaen cover i Tvcrc Lip.de. And so one de- feel r.r.oilir-r remedied, iconic iImi-.s whole iio.ds iTorc covered with ncttiaip carrying artificial layers ol yrgcir.iiaii. under ivhicli eslensKi) ?tores might lie concealed.' This ivas uont on coiiaulornble at bral. paihs wcro ob- literated iii tins nay Imitations ;vcra Included iii the circulai' shadows, the rAmoufJuge patches ivcre cut m such forms P.E lo add further circular, shadows, rtud the dc-Erce (if real'incni thus'obtained .-.vas ru- The 11: oil els intlmle one ur Iwo examples ot "now not to do lt.'p Times. Vi'heu such a head bad been perforated by a bullet the line of per- Coralian pointed to the spol where the lo reseiunle the adjoining ground, Uui tlien tho bhist froiu their dischsrgo bnred toll-talc spots In the grass. JiuO get J2.12 for a ?.2-liour day. Bureau oJ labor statistics show Ohio workmen receive tui uvoraRO oi (or a day of 7.7 working hours. L O OKI N G B AC K WA R D SIX Y E A R S PRICES IN THE YEAR 1 ON CLOTHING; FURNISHINGS and SHOES 1 Q 1 Q J. 1, Overcoats Belted or ulster models, plain grey and mixtures, full bntd. Remarkable t The or custom- or rilll-n tiraif on the -tips ot cows' horns apread nil over (lie United Stalei, and orders flowed In on Asa Keaney- to fact that lie became' rich on thai one' nOTeltr alone'. Thero vvasn'l a cnllle show lhat the prize did noL wear Asa Kenney's Hrass knobs all Ehlncd up.. When Asa Kcnuoy died bis son lIlriMa for ycara, loo, made money oul of Iho brass knob Indliatry, and Ions Ind tone ot brans conyerl- ed Into tips [or cross cows and tbclr Abtrat 20 ;cars wgo the custom died out, an country farmers found that It tavler and less expensive Lo de- horn their callle than lo keep them fitted wllh brats knobs at 40 cenla a pair. OOYCR BICEIVE8.0FFCR, FROM EDMONTON 'CLUB T- FTSdtlf (lorcf, soiilhpsw-, ivli6 pllchcJ Ihc Ontario O.T.R. team Inlo Iho On. tarlo chnnipIotiflMp, li' re- colrlng flnn offers for hiR scr- next year, IL Is Maltrl. othors an offer from [he Tvdraonton (cam. Tnslfatl o! hlgditnyro ordtrPd her lo hold up her linn n Toledo woman struck lilin oo.the n66C; ahil'lie fled. Overcoats t. A Tiriety of and patterns among them, the M popular waut line model for young Overcoats of finest materiali, belters, nl- sten and waist hand-tailored, in a variety of Shoes! Shoes! Velonr calf, lace boots, Blucher cut, medium toe, dreuy laits. ,AU sizes. On A ROUSING, OLD FASHIONED' SALE OF SHORT DURATION An event that will bring back memories of the olden days. A powerful demonstration of In spite of predictions of Suits and Shoes for Royal Store takes a wallop AT THE HIGH COST OF EVERTHING AND OFFERS YOU 1919 MER-. CHANDISE VALUES AT. 1913 PRICES It will be good business on your part to stock up for future needs at the prices quoted. THE QUALITY IS THERE EVERY TIME Numberless items not advertised are displayed throughout ike store we advise early buying in order to obtain best selection. Walk-Over Shoes All patent leather, shoes to clear. Shoes that cost to wholesale, selling at less than in 1913 S4.95 Coat and Pull-Over Sweaters Heavy All Wool Pull-Over Sweaters Heavy All Wool Coat Sweaters Full Length Night Shirts Penman's Heavy R b Combinations Stanfield's Heavy Rib Combinations Black Alaska Dog Fur Coat Imitation Persian Lamb Gauntlets Felt Hats, Assorted Colors Warm Winter Caps With Ear Flaps Heavy BSack Rib Sox, 3 pair for BUY VICTORY BONDS Men's Suits Six only, heavy tweed, excellent quality. Sizes to 37 only. Selling at the 1913 price. Men's Suits 1 A. selection of piattemi, made oi high-grade thth the .merchant can buy 'em. Selling at the price. Men's Suits Worsted weD made and garments. Selling at 1913 price Dallas Hotel Blk. THE ROYAL STORE 5th Street South ;