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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta si f Many items listed here could not now be niatle for the prices we are a8king tomorrow, but we have protected ourselves, and our customer*, with liberal purchases at old prices, many lineis of which are featured fortomorrow'? selling at lower prices than you'll see for such goods for some time to conic. ^ * ' , * 1 - \ Another Saturday Sale of Newest Suits and Coats Itp^e'/^^^Co^ regular. * ,e"�n Choice of all the Newest Suits )d*fl �7 Cn Regular $40.00, $37.50, $35, and $32.50 Values,  This one lot includes practically our entire Suit stock, many nunfbers of which Svere special orders of late styles and have not been in the store Tor more than two weoks. Finest Pure Wool Cheviot* and Serqer in the Military and semi-Military Coat styles; Skirts made moderately full with pleats and flares and with or without yoke. Colors navy, black, Russian green and some novelty mixtures; nearly,all the wanted sizes included,.in most cases one, but not more than two of a style. A big saving if you choose tomorrow. ' / ' ' Lovely Collection of Very Newest Coat*/ ^10/7C $20.00, $17.50, $16.50 and $15 Regular valued ylfcM  This is a portion of the lot on Bale a week ugo with many new numbers added. - We sold more than half the Original assortment, but have brought it up to full ikrengUi by these new additions for tomorrow. i ; Splendid'weight. Heavy Coatings in plain colors and novelty mixturts; very neat convertible eellara, that are equally neat, worn either high or low, and a splendid range of �it�* from small women's right up to the eittra large women's 44. St AH $37.50 Coats for $34.00; All $30.00 and $32.50 Coats for $27.00; All $25 and $27.50 Coats for $22.50; All. $22.50 Coats for $19.00 and so on throughout-the entire stock. * ANY HAT S4.75 WORTH UP TO $10.00 ' All the choicest Hats of the season included in this sale. Not one reserved. UNION SUITS' ; REGULAR $1.75 and S2.00 .Splendid weight  gar -nients in white, long sleeves, ankle length ; If ^ke -34; 36 and 38; Specially Purchased Cashmere Hosiery' In AT LESS THAN OLD PRICES-35c-45c-85c face oE sharp'advances, which make these lines fully forty per cent. more, these are really remarkable values. But we have protected ourselves here also and give you the advantage while they last. 1? AT 35c-Ladies' fine quality Cashmere Ho3e. splendid weight, soft finish. SMs to 10 inches. AT 45c-Splendid, fine qualityr Cashmere Hose,' pure;w6ol. seamless feet, lovely soft quality, sizes S*4 to 10 inches. ., . -.. . AT 65c-Llama and other verr fine grade Hose, with self or natural wool sole, qualities that you will be paying 90c for before another year. Sizes SU to 10 inches. y GOSSARD CORSETS $3.50, $4.50, $7.50 A complete new stock just to hand by express. This is, the original and only properly proportioned front lacing eor-r set on the market. Jand is endorsed by physicians everywhere. We are exclusive Agents for Letlibridge. Saturday Sale of Low-Priced Fur* . All qualities offered the beat obtainable of the kind, but we're offering special prices to'Induce early purchase*, and remember ' %S Extra good' quality Sheets, verv tine soft finish and a splendid weight. , WOOL WAISTS 1-3 off WORTH $2.50 TO $5.00 French flannels, Viy-ella flannels and all wool. Albatross. GREAT MILLINERY SALE Our Sale in Trimmed Hats will' continue until; December 1st. WEEK END SPECIAL Special line Black Velvet Trimmed Hats e Millinery Co. L. A. SCOTT, MakIgeb Politicians and: Soldiers ' FIOHtlNG MEN FIRST TiMulon, -Hoy, 11.-The Morning correspondent sends us a story yftold bj the captain of a French cruis-v*r -which, well illustrates the important part being played by many noble jromeirin the war. The captain was 'Instrumental in saving a number of liies*of passengers when a BritiBh transport was torpedoed some time ago in the Aegean Sea. On board were 36 nursing sisters, of whom 10 were drowned. When the French boats came on the scene the nurses called out with one accord: 'Fighting men first!' "Such an instance of devotion to the naij surely deserves to live in British history." , Tea Table Talks No. 3 ii Nowadays, would any careful housewife buy flour in #paper bags? Or soda-bieeuiip Joose? Or butter from the ' tab? "Carry the same idea of PROTECTED- FOODSTUFFS t .1q jui article most susceptible to damage bv air and mois-fine-TEA. Eor many years � BLUE RIBBON f^TEA .bk* bviit the rcandaid of excellence. i$tegHtffiUin.d "i* anainUun. aud. if possible, i vSS^nB4rd;iilj(E.v jprppfittors of i51ue Ribbon ^j^S|Mf,tife/inpB{^fIeetiveY"'',"Ti""'- 'i";...;; * �...,..-;�.. , . . f � ,> anted: Next Herald H. A. .V.Jk Co. Sixth Street f4 Half of Threshing Done in Pincher Creek District GILLETTS LYE Pincher Creek, Alta.. Nov. to.- ThreHhing in, this district' lias pro-' gresood very sIoh'Jv, this fall, about one wcjek of good''weather having been all the farmers have been L'.ess-((1 with. Rain falls, eiicw falls or high winds have been the usual cause of delay. It- ih i'Stimate-d that about half of jibe work, bus been accomplished ho far. ;: Tlie yields have been quite up to, and in some cases have, imv-paused cvpeolations. Buchanan of Olenburn ilanch can houut of a, Gl-bushol to t'.ie acre oi. tfi',1 wheat record. Many others have touched the 50-buslul mark. Oats nr.; luniius out to be all that could be desired. Severi'J farmers have threshed until their spacious granaries ware filled, ?.nd'found'It necessary to stack the remainder of the cro;> until- the grain already UiroKlietK wan teamed out. ���  >� Pro/lncl.">l Pebates ..Much iuterotiji. is feeing evinced over the coming; debate between tno teams of Pincher Greek aud Macleod High fHtbools, 'Die si: J5.'�ct for discussion is , '.'Keso'ived, that .ilio. Dominion. of. Oa-Inada should ndo?>t the 'simplified spell-j'ing, us-'refcojamended by the SImpll-i.t'ied Spelling Board of Now York in j their list of three hundred' woi'dE." |: The dehatCTS 1' Pincher j Creek are iVlfss Marion Dobble and l-Jtobeif Boker, .who gorto -Macleod to [uphold the affivinative, and Mtse Eliza ! iOarcau and . AValter Hiasband, i.'.lio take tbe negative here against MacLeod's visitintr team. Revs. Oretton, "Wright and. l-.ytle have, promised to act as Judges. The debate will taki place in the Presbyterian church on November .9./ officials in the Philippines have imported seed of a blight proof coffee-from Java in the hope of re-astablieliing an industry that once was highly profitable;-' ' | "Kabrio air ducts Jiave bter iiiTcatef for use in underground � CDiisiructloD'i, having the- advantage that they cal1 be easily removed if blasting is to bi done and as easily replaced. ~ ' ;