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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 9, 1917 PAGE FIFTEEN Smart Styles in and i in Separate Pieces Black WoliSeU. Full size at to Hudson Seal, Sable trimmed sets and Red Fox Sets, round muff and animal scarf........J85.00 Rich Sable Set, pillow muff .and 'i Black Russian Dog Sets at and Natural Wolf Sett. Selected skins at............... Natural Lynx Sets, extra large shoulder piece. Natural Rat Muffs at each Extra Selected Rat Muffs at Marmot to -Misses' and Children's Sets in Rat, Japanese, Fox and Badger at and Close Prices on Women's Fur Gp-its Dark Rat Coats at eacH J75.00, and Hudson Seal special at .T J> only Wcmeh's Sealefle Coats- full length, deep fur collar and cuffs. v A At A full line 'of WaUon's Underwear for Women r: 4 Women's CpmSinalions al M.OO, to, WoirlenVVests'and Drawers to ..-x-. and aad at up to Boys' Shirts and Drawers 1 and Full line ofsiies in'Plush Sleeping Suits. Prices 90c and i THE SIMPSON GO. LTD; Fourth Avenue So.uth Near Post Office; Teachers Elect Officers piftlcers of the Icachert' conTenllon elected thta afternoon art PreiUenlc-Mri. -iWtller. C'arrfsfon; vice president, Mr. R, J- Coald, CoaMilc-, secrela id- qwen WlllUms, dlares- holm; Miss Codjr, Shtrman, LethbrMga; Miss Harper, Mig'rsth'; Mill AUInson, Good Pie Crusts Crisp, light, crusts that BRAND LARD- will .Quebec, NOT, friends ot'S Morler prepared' loday glre the opposition leader one of .In greatest demonstratloni of irmpath and support of hla political career lh'0, great mass meeting il which [1 will open his election campaign In Ih Marlneau rink tonlfbt. ;The. bnlldlnj; .will tccommodt serea thousand people, but was anticipated that twice that Bt ber would .be 'on band. An rovertlo meeting thought to be l lece illy. The chair, will hcUkcn by and apeechei will be dellre ed by Sir Lomer Oourln, premier Quebec, Louis Lelbiirneaa, represen Ing Sir Wilfrid's consllluencr In Qu bee Iho fjuebeo leglalatn'r Loon Caitrraln, president of lha Ycun I.lheril B. M.P, for Kamouraska probab CharleJ.MarcIl, for tnre. Sir 'OB 'tl platform will ot clllhe candldnlei li the (f'lcrsl the Quebec dl (rjcl and delegitet from intr? Lifer1 Argaalutltm In-- dliMc tended to Sir WIlfrM wltb HfnlMtloa nHwre'fw f> PHONE 1224 The Ancient Order of Foresters are vlDB an luvllallon uauce this evcn- Mr. and Mre. A. C. Kaunders havo us elr house guest Mr. John Held of ont.-eil. Miss Deisle Holinau ol .Taber Is ending the weekend Mir.s Der- by Richardson. Mrs. H. A. Mcklllou lias returned am the cast where has been an extended visit v.j'.h her father 10 has been 111. Miss Francis Dunswonh of Alblou dge School Is spending Iho wcol: th her parenls duriog Ilio teachers' nceutloo. The Ladles' Society lo Iho II. of L. and K. are Issuing Invitations for a arica 16 be. hold lu Ihe K. of 1'. Hall, onday, N'ov. 20. McDauei of.Magralli ant] .Miss urray of Wilson Siding arc guests Mrs. M. Unjuhart during Hie teach- a' conTentlou. t The Sir Alexander Oalt Chapter 1.0. B.'are'serving tea as usual tomor- w afternoon In Ihe Vct- ans' Club rooms. Mrs. UevlDO of Lewlslou, Mont., Is juest of Mrs. Wra. Cleary tills week, ra. Dovlrie IB on.-her way lo eg lo visit her parenls. Sirs. Nlverfs section of the Re- ekfths will meefjal the home of Mn .Smith, tonight at S o'clock. All embers will .please In Uielr Inlahed. work. m The G. I. A. bazaar will opec at 2 cluck- tomorrow, (Saturday) after oon, at Kleth's. confectionery store d Srd avenue. There will be n uantlty "of fancy work and home poking and the'drawing the cusli on and slian-i will take place durias le A! he nra piiiwa. Nov.' Sir Robert. Borde u de'tlnltely decided' t'ti -leave for tb lAarlUmo provinces on Saturday a einoon: -He will open his campaign] t Hllttilisonit neil Treek, pos- Ibly on Wednesday night. The prime lnlster will speak" at other points In maritime provinces before lie re- as'lo the capllal.v-) v Good headway Is being roade by the tHflaisJn, charge ol the arnuiEe- enta' for 'the' election. Enumeration of rotere his 'alrejfr commenced In dtalrtcls, work will kot become general', for a" few days. Tnera are a 'considerable number ol difficulties to be itnlfhtencd out, due largely to conrusloa in the -minds of retomlDE officers. acd-othrra arls- HI out ol the dlfflcultlei between the irb.Tlnclal election 'lawa. end the new Jomln Ion, election law. which has been applicable to all the provinces. F. O'Connor, the chief reluming officer IB called .upon each, day to aend'out a large number oi telejracos the lair for tne beoeflt of ie returning FI 'Tbe're Is a general 'Impression It will be possible lor parliament'' to asfemble In January. As a matter of fact, the earliest date on whlcl) par- can meet la Feurufiry 2S, as tie elecllon writs "are 'not returnable until JFobnlary Provision has been rnade'.Tor tbo meeting of parliament February 2S, but Uie date could be deferred should, the gorernmtnl Ilod it advisable to fix a later date. PRttl-SPilAOON Plan Yoitr Shopping Saturday To Share In These Special Economies Saturday Special MEN'S HEAVY AUSTRALIAN WOOL COMBINATION UNDER- WEAR. A beautiful lull fashioned Color natural. Special, per suit 6.00 RAILROAD SHIRTS. A tull sited sMrl with tiro soil collars, Heal luulgo color. _ Special 1.39 Ottawa, Nov. sun-commlllee ot fhe cabinet have..been giving con- lo Ihe Imp9rtatil quesllOD ot the spread 'in ot goods In cold between the lime triey are purchased from ..the produc- errand consumer. It Is ekpecled that an announcement ol policy 'which may Include the fixing ot'ltw imounl ol prpflta permissible may be made In the'course of A day or two.; The sub-committee Included Hon. .N. Kowell, chairman; Sir lion. A. ,Csldfr, Hon T. A. Crerur and FB Cirvell. committee was In conference this morning with a delegation fepre illni the packing Interests who aro In the matUr NOT. Sir Whllo feft'Wr .-ToroaloMii'sUAlfit1 wtiere he Till opei cad Hta (or Victory wll -hi Hamhfon On Mi wW tn Oitafirt'crS (nm sow undl the eid of month He will take Illtle UM wld IW MEM'S IRISH LINEN HEM- 'STITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS. The old quality. Regular value 35c. Special, each BOYS' FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS. .Made with collar. Sizes to 14. Regular value r Q to (1.00. Saturday special.. DUC Here is the best bargain in Underskirts ever shown. Dlack Mofeeii and Heatherbloom wltb a wlda flounce. Splend- in U value. Special I.'JIJ WHITE HU6LIN WAISTS. With embroidered fronts and Large col- lars. Values lo (2.50. 11Q Special ____ 1.13 CHILDREN'S BLACK and WHITE CHECK CRESSES. Sizes from 2 years to 14 years. Prices l n r J2.QO to LADIES' FLANNELETTE NIGHT DRESSES. Lengths 50, 5S and 60. cood quality. Special 1.25 CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHT DRESSES. Sizes C to 14 years. Special...... 1.25 Victory Bond Give your children a share in their coun- try. Buy ihem Victory Bonds. Dry Goods Special SATURDAY THE LAST OAY TO PROCURE THESE QAR- CAINS. 44 In. FRENCH POPLIN. All wool. Colors navy, eadel. black and seal Ijroivn. Regular -l c A J2.SO yarU. On snie Sat. 1.03 54ln. GABERDINE. Urccn. navy, burgundy- seal or black. Reg- ular J1.15. On sale -I Saturday All WOOL IMPERIAL SERGES 44 In.'Cream, red or navy. 42 In. Regular J1.75. 1 1 Q 1 i.l Jr All WOOL IMPERIAL SERGES. Cream, red or navy. 42 Inches. Regular ?U5. QQ 03C 69c Saturday SHEPARD CHECKS: 54 inches 3 sizes and heavy cloth -suit- ing. Regular J1.25. Saturday SHEPARD CHECKS. 44 inches. On sale Saturday. Regular price J1.00. Sale Price SHEPARD CHECKS. OB 40 Inches, Regular Toe. Saturday..... WHITE FLANNELETTE. 36 In, wide. Best English 'make. Reg- ular from, slock. 3Qc.. Saturday.............. ALL LINEN TOWELLING." 18 Inches wide, with, red border. Regular 20c. .Saturday, yard 15c Men's Heavy Black Unu Calf Work Boots filling heavy sewn and pegged viscollzed sole. Sizes C lo H. This boot IB filled with a heavy pilch fllUbg thereby making H as nc-or BB liosallilc. Special MEN'S OUNMETAL 'CALF BUT. TON BOOTS. Neat and drcsjy. Sizes C lo 10. Special, per pair............. 5.50 MEN'S BLACK VELOUR CALF BLUCHER BOOTS. Very dressy. Sfces G to 10. Special, per AA pair D.UU Gold Soap, 4 for 25c Fairy Soap, small.trie, ft for 25c Blue Label Tomato Ketchup.. 40c Aunt Jemimas Pancake Flour.. 23c C. B. Chill Vinegar, bottle.. 24c Essence ol Anchovlet, bottle.. 35c Mrs. Eaman'i Marmalade, 4 Ib.. palli..................'.....7ic C. B. Strawberry Jani. 2i Hudson A Tea In bulk, pfrr Ib. 45c H. B. C. Special Coffte, ptr Ib. lie Ripe Olfvts, Cajon brtntf......29c Lylea Colder) Syrup, 2 Ib. tin.. 29e Berry'i Maple quart bot. 6fto Evaporated Peachec In 10 Ib. boxx per box Benson's Enamel Starch-..'...-. 1Sc P. G. Naptha Soap, per carton 65e SPECIAL COMBINATION i 1 pht. Krumblec, Z 'pkts. Dom- inion Corn pkt Good Health STORE OPENS 8.30 A.M. STORE' CLOSES SATURDAY APPEAL.TO ARMY 'sland llrm'and ID protect tlie reTOln- Pelrograd, Nov. congress at I'tlon iczlni't' irnperlallsllc.fttempts bn- soldlcrs' and Lil the new coVenmient had ouUlaed day appealed to. Russian army to democratic peace. NOT BOOM FOR 12lh, will be es- enlially Victory Loan' Day in Leltt- bridge. The big 'fortnight campaign lets under way o'ji 'ilondfty mornlne ind in' order'.to impress on'the'minds of the public the absolute need ot sub- icrlblng to the loan to the greatest ic-sslble eilcnt n monster .parade la leing arranged for Monday .afternoon: The schools will all be given, a. half holiday and Ihe School pupils' ake.part In the parade which Is-be-1 ng organized by Chief Hardy. The' parade will Include a squad of Mount- ed Police, Iho civic heads, the Vic: I lory-Loan commilteo, the fire brigade, the Great War and every- body. In Lelhbrldgc and district who can bring an aulomoblle to Join Ihe parade. Chief Hardy believes.'500 automobiles can be secured, and If ,heae are decorated, to some .extent they will create a great Impression, farmers from the district arc espec- ially to enter Into the. pav- ade as a preparatory featured! the big loan drive. The Boy Scouts, the Cadet baltallon and likely hand will included in Iho parade. The procession will start it the post of- SL up 3rd Avq., over Olb. Si. overhead bridge to Slh Avc, N., thenco (o 13th .St. along 13lh ,St. to Vlh Avc. S. lo 12lh St., down 12lh SI. lo 41h Ave. down to Bth 31. south' and to tho Gait Gardens where Mayor Hard.le will bo asked to address' a mass mectlng'.oa the Vic- lory Loan. 10 IB ONE IE -Cairirtxe, Alts., Nov. Is going bn.ln the eub divisions ol ihe uamrose prOTlnclnl riding, the by election occasioned by Hon. George Sroltn's 'a'npblndnent lo tlio AIberti-; cabinet as provincial eecre- lary. did nol plnco'a candidate In tliq flefd end Jlr." Smljti's o'nlx 'fumUhecl by. Ihe league Tepfesonted'.by Jariiei) fflrrhers In Ihe constllu- eticr, wgtnlied-by. J! T. Cecdr, head dt tie League, hive bp.en canvas of tho little chance. -.iSlrlct hare been Windsor ferry 16 prevent k; I the Chicago With war-time 'pri.cesf. nearly food, -it :rnust. be to 'those who.; '.'to thai there 'tias. price of RedORose'crfee f or "three anrj the great fai] jgie; ;