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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta jfAGBEIGHT Three Friday Saturday Monday Garment Sale lOO Brand New Velour, Plush and Fancy Tweed Coats, also 175 Smart Skirts, and the Largest Collectip:^ of Dresses in the City Tor tlie uext three days we have planned a .selling-caiiipaigii in gavments that will be the talk of the toAvn for many-a-day to eonie. Every effort has been pnt into this sale to nialvc it a success. Tremen^lous stocks, Avonderfnl values, varieties and best of all, low prices will be found on every .sale lag. The wjiole store is at its best- with a selling service surpassing anything in the city.  All Garments Altered Free of Charge - - - Extra Staff to Serve You of Fancy Georgette and Novelty Crepe-de-Chene This store Iins always: had n repiilntion for selling pretty blouse?-so when we say that our present stocl; is the finest v,-o liave ever shovrn- you �will need no further invitation to be here tomorrow. Xovelties and colorings in georgettes and crepe de chenes that are simply won.ierfui. $5.75. ^l.'o, $9.50, $13.50 Sale of Crepe-de-Chene Waists Tliis lot consists of four different styles of dainty crepe de chene waists, large collars, etc. Colors white, flesh and Q QC buttercup. Worth up to ?5.50 for ... lainty Camisoles About 75 new caailsoles just received this week and marked at special prices for the next three days. Grouped in three big lots. $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 _c-_1_ Clever Velour The Itlnd that people turn around and look at on the street. All new Uie past ten days. Clever coats, beautifully lined and in all the new colors. Taupe, bronae, beet root, burgundy, etc. Coats to High class novelty coats made from Salts' very best plushes. Some plain others trimmed with furs, large buckles. All lined .with^Sol Satin. Values from ?27.50 up to 590.00. Tweed Coats from $lSto $37 The famous English Motor Coats. Made from best Scotch coatings at $22.50 to $45.00. Also a splendid showing, of plain^ cheviot coats In burgundy and other colors at 28.00. Novelty" tweeds, from $18.00 up. Smart Serge Drei SOMETHING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT from those you will see in other shops. All new today. Colors are burgundy, green, taupe, nav.v, browa, braided or pleated styles. Satin & Silk Dress-esj ^18 to- Surpassing anything wo have over shown, and' a stock equal to any shown in the big city shops in variety and values. Grope de chenes, cliarmeuse satins, taffetas. In all the now colorings. ALL THIS WEEK. /175 sldrts to choose from. A good sergo skirt priced as low as $3.95, others at $5.00, $6.50, with fancy pockets, and a extra special lot made from silk and wool materials at $12.00 to $15.00. Novelty Sweater Coats The finest lot of sweater coats we have ever shown. Complete in' every detail- high colors such as melon, pink, coral, Irish green, claret,^ purple, in plain or brushed wools. Priced $5;75 to $15.00 Girls Pony Fur Coats These coats arrived only today and are exceptionally good value. They are made from a heavy carcul material, .and lined with a quilted lining. Sizes to 1-1 years. Priced $8.75 to $12.00 Girls Serge Dresses ^ A good assortment of girls' serge and velvet cord dresses in copen, brown and navy colors. Some -with embroidered panels, etc. Slues to 14. $5.75 to $9.00 SALE OF KID GLOVES Pcrrins' Kid Glovea. "RTilte only, black braided backs. Sizes G'4 to A special pur- l "yrj chase. Worth $.225 a pair. On sale....... k�lO Chamoisette Gloves Kayser's Super Quality Chamoisette Gloves in white only. Plain or black stitched i OC"' backs. Very special, a pair......,........ JLe&it) Silk Underwear "NIAGARA MAID" Silk LTnderwear in pink or white glove silk. Vests selling at $3.50. p i and combinations at................., 0�' Flannelette Nightgownj Two special lines of ladies' white flannelette night gowns, slip over or .button front styles. On sale ....................... [.50 Eiderdown Kimonas Fancy Eiderdown Kimonas )n blues or pinks, satin trimmed. Sizes 36 to 42. On sale for ^ three days.............................. \)�DUy Cashmere Union Suits Fine Wool Union Suits, made by Watsons. Shoi-t sleeves, low neck, ankle length, o Sizes to 44. Priced at ................... 0* Silk Stockings The famous Luxlte Silk Stockings. Made like Holeproof, elastic ribbed top, black only. On sale, nC _ a pair....................... Front Laced Corsets Two special lines of Goddess Front Lacing Corsets. Sizes 19 to 28. Will be on sale for three days ^ qq YUANDS ^ CO. "The Biisy Cash Store Silk Prothing helped until I tried buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as miied in Adler-1-ka. ONE SPOONFUL astonished me with its INSTANT ac tion." Because Adler-i-kaa. empties BOTH large and small intestine it relieves ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas and prevents appendicitis. It has QUICKEST action of anything we ever sold.J. D. Hlginboth-ain & Co., Ltd., druggists.-Advert. mm. HAVEBUSY LAURIER IN MONTREAL ".Montreal, Nov. S.-Sir Wilfrid Laur-ler arrived in Montreal from Ottawa iliortly after noon today. No doubt about the fact that selective conscription is in effect in Canada today would' be entertained ii one visited th� local post office this morning. The big buUding is the centre of military activity. On the third floor the first session of the exemption tribunal, composed of Dr. Conybeare and Wm. Symonds is being held in the northeast corner room. In the Canada's Victory Bonds WHY should you subscribe for Canada's Victory Bonds? BECAUSE our National safety is at stake, and Canada must have money to support our soldiers fighting in France. This Bank will accept Victory Bonds to the amount of $1,000 from any one person for safekeeping for one year without charge. Loans will be made to wage earners on favourable terms for tlie purchase of Victory Bonds. How much will this enable you to subscribe for? THE CANADIAN BANK . OF COMMERCE 342 southwest corner room on the same , floor the medical board is sitting to-: day and tomorrow. On the first floor ; Postmaster Hamly is ready to meet  the rush of last n\inate applicants for service or for exemption. An announcement given out by Dr. Conybeare of the exemption tribunal is to the effect that the board will sit from 10 till 5 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, with an adjournment from 12.30 till 2 f