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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 IB LKTUBniDGE UAILTt PIUDAY, NOVEMBER 9, WT. DISTRICT NEWS Nov. EDJP ol lait week caused miny ol our (armera to leave plowing and as a tlie elevalors near Norlli Bay. Ontado. Prcpira ons were uwde. so that Ellemillp last week attendluc j Uou sals. i 11. Simmons is very enerseltc Ills- year IB regards to plowing. over one hundred acres turned over 1 ladles aid; New Arrivais in Outer and Under Garments for Eat.Shoppers (FteTu 'our Nov. The bauar last Friday was a marked sue Tie wwther was) farorei-fpot oL by the hcl thit ocopte are ccmlns tre living Quite rua present. The bulloluE crew nova yrai'llcally i___ tiuisbed their work on the Jl. BauK i not only from ihe extreme but also from ihe extreme west In bolh Drain Co.'s new h_ouse. 'IJhls com-JBfUieJ here are Mr. and Mrs. Purtly tany. are already bnylng.grain wilh ,dc state o! Washington. 11. will tte I'uited to sel- Bonj these who have recently here are Mr. and Mrs. Purdy ibe remembered tbn Mr. Purdy dur- receipts of the enemy, M was the j ?il yet. Mr. and Mrs. Haley let! 05 Monday i uolnls In Montana. JO STOCKS of Coats Skirli'anj DresseV-Waists and Petticoats, -pursy KnirGoods, Neckwear. Kimonas, Gloves, Hosiery, etc., prices attached which strongly emplia- size the fact' iKat it pays Id buy at Clarke's. Our Stock pf iCdats Offers Great Variety of Choice NOT ONLY FOR STYLE, HUT FOK PK1CES or r" uons n Mr. W. IV. vrbo has been} i la ctaree o[ LunJ Son's I bcr has resisneil his here'io accept slniHir poslllon islso-: where. Daring ihB early part o! last the early pirl of ihe tuevmer The held meet-; tvro rarloadl of settlers elffrts i Eection of luid one mile ifst (ing Ou Saturday afiernoon in the; til for Mr. A. J. Johnson. Mr. Jahn-I0( Commerce. "About onc-lulf o[ i-n came In a'lew before and Is cffn ploujhtd. and uiider- auw 'located in his new home. Elmer Brown (arm. north o( (own. illnj win be cropped uen year. Mr. aid -Mrs. TurJy to Com- ers. Johnson and family nrc feel lnsl Kltn a ftpm North Dalioia. PeUf Loeweu U building himself n home oa -j-7-17. lie hopss to lave.1 saiua. completed before winter In. auction of baskets and dance lioa of the Tery best land available ihey will say ihat thli Is fndceil a Is ad ol prosperily. ThB socttl and dance held at Commerce on Friday last, was. as ive anticipated, a ilec.'iled success. Dauc- wat Patience School was begun about ulne-ihirty to Friday nljthl. The purpose to loe excellent music rendered by Mr. raisei-funds Christmas tree snd funds tor Christmas es- -L'onsiderinp the wealher there ivni a bree turnout and the i finc slyic. Tie End Mrr. Dunning.' About eleven o'clock Inc. sale of hoics looi vlace, d oft In Mr. Croft's of bagfceu was liiybly successful. ter ihe'uecessary funds were deduct- donated by Mr. and which %vas raf- orollghi. In the nice sum of Ihero If reported a surplus -jf )5H. -j.nt proceeds of the even- lilch ive are informed will lo J135.00, which will yarded to the" Red Fund. The R0 ,0 lno ularo supper, Rev. S, PiViO of Iron Springs a vlslto. at '.lie parsonase on Tues- j dav. i Mr. auJ Mrs. Honeyertt motored lo; ou Sunday to vlsll lhelr-1 Jiughter. Gertrude, who is at- i tending llie Agricultural School tuerc. J Luihpr SunJay was fittingly observ-j ed on Sunday, when Ilev. J. M. cett deall wijh ihe subjeol ot mid the lletonuallon.ln an able pleasins manner, doir-oi boys and their leader are t J in Lethbrldgo attending Ihe Conference ihece. as follows: MIK-Lcll, Edwin Their naoiPs are Mitt'bell, Archie Baldwin. Donald _______ Baldwin. Raymond Perry, Jim Potter, Edward Kddle Peilerton. Ale-x. J t riartkomiky. Sim Donaldson, Mali rmuaiilson and Rov. J. M. r'awcett. i music furnished by itie Krlckson Wa6 resumed anil kepi up community uplifted by bruugln many an hour i Saving all the" eliglblo in atlendac'ce commenls. jjr Clifford Ascwft, electrical cou- al [hose Mr. G. O. Crcon drove across last yeek" from BamivcH aud oa Tuesday his wife and son here. They re living here while a sei of build- ings are beins erected i Iliem "Section With bis brother. Mr. Ureen tractor, was a visitor lo Commerce on rYiday. A telephone connected with Dla- (njs Weefc uiond City, has been insiallcd by Mr. j A" niectiu i Rosers in his hardware store. i Mrs. Dafldson altcnded a Women's Institute convention at Claresholmj 'ol those interested 'in i ____ ___ iibe support of a Union Government j I Miss Georeina Milllgan. who for ibe caiieil for Saturday ailerron at "past few monlhs has been llvlne in; lnres o'clock in ihe school auditorium Mr. A. Perkins reports that .his .Ifist trip as courier on Ibe Blakesrille route TTES jnade on IJIE OctoDer.-the latter office be- closed OD aud after the 31st. ST. KILDA NEWS. Mitchell of the Mitchell Nursery was at Carmangay on Mon- day on business. School Is closed an Thursday and to "allow the IKrsrn Our Uwn CorrcrcondsnU St. liiliia. Nov. imve had one Business in faira has shown con- lal1 in lhls uislricU Friday week '.idcrable increase during Ihc pasUew the supreme: sacnDce to atiend the, and as j result both stores are lueir shelf room durine '.he, carry a white .feather. alivoyi past week. with and is apcnding a day wllh frtejidE. Jits nliddle" came with him." so wfc will lo'olr for soma of the old lime dances ho is wilb us. fcnr more stiJl Hshllng at Ihe front.' teachers in Lelhbridge', at whicli .the but ulas' we have one who should principal. Mr- Gould. Is giving a paper on "ConsolidBlcd and District Hlgli j' School problems." _ The farmers in our district are us-1 absence'.belorc goins overseas 'ho jng everj" available hour lo plough, skipped across the line. After Uncle Many of the tractor outfits are worX- Sam got Into Ihe whirlpool it sot tcojinf'day and night to put ae large an 0. D. Green ot One Four came up ibini. He enlteted with the IlStli and when the boys got four days' leave of Mrs. X. E.' Slurgis, returned hot for him there so he is back as possible in-condition for next last .weei. to Carroll, Iowa, 'alter bold as the Kaiser himself. year. Epcndiug two weefcs with lurJ iraJ, 'alter as the f- son, What ifo the authorltie} mean hy al- ,f' V-: lowing'this, lo'50 on? PAUMrbf-p lie "West Butte School LOMMtKL.h aislrirfhave'ibstalled a. Waterman- Waterbiiry. furnace In the.ichoolccuH" doctor In Foremost in lhe: personal. (From; Oiir.- O Commerce, Noy, 5. A. telegram _ aa r'cceivetl Saturday mornlnj last bX Gco7ge SjTiabaugh' containing the sad-news ot ihe dcatb ol his fath- Don't Forget 718 Third Avenue 5. Y HOT .CAKES AND BISCJJJTS EVERYDAY, HOT -ROLLS REASONABLE PRICES .EVERYTHING HOMELIKE 278-1 .of orer f200.00. A vounk ranher'Di this He FOREMOST corr.esTKindfnl) Fotemoil. NoV.'rrfWe have" a new C W Hinders. Dr. Hinders Is an M.B. of Toronto Tjmversil'y, eslensiTC hospital training.; Jle.cqnie country 'If ih! kinill? take a trip dojvn past Ilie post 0( z second 'doclpr. an! push that big stone oft Hinders and baby are comlns the bring a j0in doctor'In the course ialong .Vfih you-.-Spmcbody is couple of weeks. gel ol .tiese days if you don't iota anybody know The Hudson Alberta Itaiiway? Is iKa genuine affair? Vie hEd s'vUlt. from Mr. Crandall who manager a few weeks' afio'an'd'the: lecture he gave In the scioplYnouse ivas line. Then alter1 around selling .aha'res .to ;thEl farmers. A good many of the faVmers subscribed very Uber- illr tlie understanding that the money, so subgcribetl'was to be used locally. .11 wanjd be loo bad if they erc slung1: .Ollvfr liealy has sold his threshing Mr. Wllse, sr., is in I-cthbridje thla week en roule for California, -where he Intends to spend (he. winter. We shall' miss his genial presence In'the (own. Mr. McDonald Is on his way to California. Mr. Grant Fraser has gone .Jo Roch- ester lor treatment. all wish him a speedy return to Foremost. .-.Mr. Mc- I.elbn lakes up Mr. Fraser's place in his absence. The staff of Foremost Consolidated school Is alLending ventlon at Lethbrldge. Among Foremost visitors, lo bridge this week are: Mr. mid Mrs. Medhurst, Mr- Smith. Mr. Anton, Miss John McTaggaft Is going In for pnro bred stock now. Ha bought a pure bred aare lately at, ore roole was. a Theodon visitor it Mother Peels Apples- Plain and uovelly ilyles, all spicml lined throughout; to Fur Trimmed Plush Coats 'A lotcly varlelT. mode rt Sill's plush, loc.30 anil belted stylet. Trlrnuied -Hlia Kolinsky, coon, etc. Special r to Kxcellcnl Motor Coats Very heavy, comfortable garments, mado of pure .wool materials, selectlous ot lu up to 4G. (o Dress Couts Plain, pure wool of clidvlot, chluchlllAS. Colors burgundy, browi, crcea. black. Eiccllent new styles Jusl to hand." to ?50.00 Girls' arid Misses' 'Sizes 15 to 19, ami TM-' Icty of cltolco-'for or dreasj. wear. Plnn colvre'pv tweed mixtures.-: ;i 'v Sir, Knlghtjit lensODable McPhee and Mrs. Conway. Mr. Mcd-1 Eure: (hurst Intends lo attend :iiie stock sale) Stcit-Keeler his built'a fluo housel1" be on 8ln- i. i oii his horaeilead. E- has opened up a black-i ih shop ied up lo-dale luachJneiy of all j ilnda. Acetylene welding fa a feature I it Ilie work. Mr. Playlc has also put ji a circular and Js geiUng lota of work for U. 'Mr. Playle 'lv no or- dlnarr he la a nielal'i worker of artistic skill. Vpur.'correa-j jontlent haa had the pleasure ot Iqg some ol his work In the form of .prays" of rosca and maple leaves.' Congratulations to Mr- arid Mrs, Ur- blne Willse on Ihe birth of a girl, Congralulallons lo Mr- arid .Mrs, Paul Medburst on the birth of a SOD. CoDgralulallona lo _Mr. and ilra. E. Beally on the birth ol a boy. .ONEFOUifNEWS..' (Krcm Our'Own One Four, N'ov. Bright ol llancnvUle wai doing ist week. Charlea DuCay has on Ihe S, W. quarter of Section 35, Intends to move over from Pendant d' Orelllc soon. Coal la being barreled now, wllh pick, shovel and sweat and awcar. The hard froats which wo barel.oen felting caught tome people vlth aloes In Iho ground and the pota Iocs will remain Ihere. SPECIAL NOTICE re Our new stock offen.the larnwl. variety cf cholcef shown In any store In Southern-Alb.erta.1-, j.- j WE MAKE'AC.TERATIONa AND GUARANTEE, THE, FIT. WE SPECIALIZE IN'NORTHWAY; GARMENTS BUT MANY 'OTHER LINES AS WELL.- ALL KINP.S-'OF PETTICOATS HcatherfJlooom Petticoats .jPlaln back or.Horal drslgns, ?3.0Q, and I Petlicoati. Black-iateen. with: heavy flannelette. 1 Satin Ducbcsse Petticoats Black and colors. J5.00. Taffeta Black and snot effecU, Furs Obtainable Qualities Wide Variety for Selection Standard .first, grade, ,Scinch sweep, 45-lnches. in the correct cosy loose graceful-lines; largs cape collar, all'of self, guaranteed llnlnij. Beaver iCo Beautiful very rich skins, 45 Inches long, lower'than usual'ifi price this HCA AA Splendid iOU.UU 'Beit Fox.Sets' Animal scarf, one skin, ncweat muTT 1 A A A A S.U 57500 ani 100.00 Ma'turanVolf Sets' Finest animal and cape style scarfs Viih shapes of Extra special, .JJ43.QP, Grey Kolinsky stole and round muff, 07 PA Specif .0 I v-Black Tox Sets .Animal or round or novelty ihape, .muff with head At Icclaiul Fox Scls .Lovely white FUr, stole In animal or cape effect, round or novelty muff. I Children's Fiir S Muffs and stoles in white or the ntw taupe Thfbst for girls of two to twelve years of age, -Wa.iQO 'MATCHED SETS'OF BEST 'HUDSON SEAL, TAUPE, FOX, i CANADIAN BEAVER, POINTED 'FOXi. FITCH OTHER.FURSl PROPER FITTING CORSETS TO NEW GOWN Gouard 'Cbrsetn have ell the essential features that 50 to make proper shape, graceful lines icfentificlconitructlon and in addition to' that wear and .aatbfjclion for the money epent than 'any other corset' on tht rr.arkel. Models for niedluni and stout figures at a price to suit every, purse. 1 Gossard, Slight Figure Corsets Made of cputll, 'batiste or'sfik brocade. At J5, Of coutilVlrtilste' or. brocade. and iip to Gossard Full Figiire Corsets 'wt wefaht e'outll 'or heavy Medium W feat Htwt "Hgiire Corsets e tptclallte 'on. these Some vilth the reducing ure, ctherm W'E GIVE FREE F.ITTIN'eS AND EXPERT ADVICE ON THE BMT MfiO VOU, v THIS SEASON'S WAISTS' EXCEL ALL PREVIOUS :SHpWlNGS .Well dreised women now demand, a higher grade garment ever before and In our wlcctlont mode It a point {o not 'only meet thit 1' demand but to curpaH your expectation! In dalntlrttM cf deiigni variety o[ colors and ex.cluslvenesa'of nients without to a'hy great the coil of ;trte flrdlnar'y and morc'comrnonplace Silk -WalstSn-Wash Silks Mcsselalnrs, taffetas ana shot'ePfectt. Light and dark to Voile Waists Always serviceable and Many new detlgnt, in tucking and ertrbroJdery work, 'DRinty Georgette Waists .r Large low collars and the collars. Hrii embroidery work aiid beidlng. f6.50 to -..Lovely Crepe, tie Chene Waists j rTchncis with durability, All to U9.00 Knitted SetH to Coats, to CWf Lovely Kimonas of Every... V WantedKirttt V.lour to ilO.OO Wile ie Lovely Crtpt U flfrett Bilk (o CHft 4t ClMfK to 1 ii', House' Medium celdrCtWaiK." A ftA able, long or'thert ileevM. titW i f 1 7 Extra" lirte 3rd Ayenae Sooth PHONE ;