Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
EIGHT Saturday, the Big Day of the Month, The Store Phone 453 We Sell for Cash ATO; Agents For aonurd Corsets; Vlyollt MMUwto NorthJjay Garments Niagara Maid Hosiery and Ulovcs Crown Hosiers' Ulovas 'Treffouio Gloves Cdlnliwl WJ two Par pair 1......: ttcuwfl Scotch ity.' Colors Cfl 'GOOU8 -and groy. Per nonnd 1 IN THE SELL- ING OF FURS, MILLINERY; READY-TO-WEAR "__________ ino- in the original price oi' a single item in those tsuiire slocks, consequently, reductions for tomorrow mean gcn- ro a lifert than comparison of regular prices would indicate, when you confer Hmt present alues one-third'higher'tlinn Avhen purchases were made. If you have still your new outfit to buy, do not put it off for another day-buy it tomorrow-just read the advantages of getting it here. A Great Clearance of Low Priced Suits and Values. Some twenty odd garments .included in Ibis sale. Pure Wool, Mixed Tweeds in light and medium colors' and some Navy and Black Serges and Cheviots. All wonder- fully cheap and shown in an almost complete range of sizes. Final Clean-up of All Trimmed Hats Our Entire Stock up to Reserved. These are not previous season's styles as the very low price-might lead you to be- the very choicest creations carefully chosen for this season's Fisk Hats and other leading makes, trimmed by expert milliners, shown in a variety of some fifty odd models, no two alike, and every one exclusive with this store. Biggest Coat Values You'll See this Fall 1 Regular and Values. Pure Wool Cioths in plain colors, neat checks and heather mixtures; splendid new style garments with close lilting convertible collars, helled or semi-belted .effects, velvet, plush or self collars, shown in girls' sizes 15 and 17, small women's sizes 10 iu 20, and large women's sizes up to 12. One Price on all Crepe Kimonas x; Including Best Styles worth and Splendid quality WashnUe Crepes in handsome floral, .scroll aim Jap designs, col- ors sky, pink, mauve; navy, cardinal, grey, and black. Sizes 36 to .U.riude m -lull length, Empm, lilted ol-loose styles. A splendid assortment featured lor tomorrow at a remarkably low 'price. Underskirt Sale Three specially purchased lines in the very latest styles, good width and splendid materials. .Roman satin and.silk moreen in colors black, navy, brown, grey, plain, green, etc._______. Heavy Silk Hose, Regular 81.50 value. Sizes 8Vs to 10: inches, re- inforced soles, double heel i and toe, lovely quality. Colors sky, pink, -white arid black. Wide Ribbons 25c Worth up to 45c. A veiy large selection in silks, satins and moire eflects, five to six inches wide. All the .novelty shades for Christmas work___________ High-Grade Furs-Away Down in Price. In buying a Fur, the first thing to consider this, year'is'price. JVlany Furs arc being shown at reduced prices which are still much too high, for the! reason that all Furs are fully one-third less than they were last year, and Ihe reduction offered you is on last year's price. In .every case this reduction from last year's price is necessarily higher than this year's regular price, so lake; particular note of this-fact. All our Fura-wira bjmjht this and besides bearing the lowest prices we have ever seen in our experience, qualltlM in every Inttahcrare the very belt obtainable, BLACK FO5 SETS BLACK WOLF SETS GREY SQUIRREL SETS GREY WOLF SETS POINTED FOX SETS ISABELLA FOX SETS LEOPARD SETS' ICELAND FOX SETS PERSIAN PAW SETS MINK MARMOT SETS GREY GOAT SETS BLACK WOLF MUFFS WHITE THIBET SETS CHILDREN'S SETS to Cashmere 35c, 45c, @5c Alt aj- the old price; excellent pure wool qualities, fine and soft, seamless feet, spliced heels and. toes. Very hard to get now at any price, hut selling here as cheap iis you bought them ago. Ladies' Union Suits This is the balance of an early purchase at the old price, .60 per cent, wool, Watson's unshrinkable, very) fine and soft Size 40 in the same sells at Viyella Union Suits to Absolutely unshrinkable, finest wool and silk and wool, short sleeves and low neck or V neck and long regular and extra large sizes._____________ Grassy .Lake Witt Help Along -.Grassy Nov. 18 -Without _a canvass of town or district over has been paid or promised to the lo- cal branch oi the Canadian Patriotic Fund, evidence that the people are nof prepared to do their part to help Britain and out allies to win the When a thorough canvass is UiaSe as the committee has planned contributed by Giassv TaV. and district for the support of the" wives and families of the men hive-gone or mil go from Can- ada' to light lor King and Country he increased to J15W or The campaign for the iund started at a. rousing patriotic meet- ing held m Perrv Hall last Friday night T. M TTreadie, M. L. A oi Palgarv, and Rev. O H Barrett, pastor oi the Grassy Law Presbs- terian church, were the speakers of -the evening, both making strong and earnest appeals and telling in plain and forceful language the need of money from those TI ho could not fight to win the war. M. F. HACKETT TO BS. JUDGE Ottawa, Oat, Nov. M P Hackett of Stanrtefci, a..former pro- vincial of Quebec, is lllesly to succeed Judte wnctt of Knowlton, whMe reilgsation was recently sub- mitted as of the district court ot St, Judge Lynch has reached the of compulsory retire- ment under the County Judges' Act He Is "head oE the C MB t. in Canada. Kaiser Hurries to Forestal Kitchener London, Nov. ac-.1 cording to reports from 'Amsterdam, scenting grave peril in Lord Kitchen presence in the Near East, is ab- andoning the tottering idol, Field Mar- shal von Hindeuberg, who is mal ing a desperate effort to capture and is hurrying to the Balkan theatre of war. There, as a result of his peremptory; orders, tie Aiutro-Oermans and Bul- garians, reinforced by Turks, have be- gun a great effort to crush the Serb- ians and destroy Uie Franco-British before tie litter's numbers are augmented by the troops landing dafly at SalonlM. GOOD THINGS FOR YOUR Lethbriuqe People Can Have The Best Southern Alta. Grown Meats Our Buyer searches the country for the Quality that makes Customers Want More. Prices are down to rock bottom, and altogether Tve-uan please YOU. A COUPLE OF SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW Pickled Beef Tongue, per Ib.lSc. Fresh Bed Tongue, jtrlb. 15c AKt YOU ONE OF THE MANY WHO SAUtAQB HERE? OUR INO FIIIINM ron OUR HE AN SJCPKRT ANO USES FIRST QUALITY ME IF THE MARKET WE HAVE IT, ________..________________. DELANYS LTD. SS22LS No 1 B C. Jonathan, them Rome Beauty, Spitz No 2 M Jonathan and Kings, small sizes, good color, per cane B 12 Ibs for 26e Spanish" 3% pounds foi 25c Dry and-mealy 75o COMB Bach 30s No 1 Japan, 4 pounds for 26c 'SWEET POTATOES I pounds for... 25c Per pound 30c PEARL Extia tine 10c Now, 2 for New, seeded, 2 foi 26c ROBERTSON BRAMBLE 2 pound SHELLED P.ECAN New sea- aon'6. ner sound SHELLED per Ib. SEA GULL Each DECKAJULIE Reg COc, on sale SLICED LflAys, 2 tins.. LIMBURGER For pound Per pound TAPIOCA and ili poundb for Per package PAISLEY Brotrn and Pol- a, ppr tlu COFFEE An eitra good blond, 3 pounds for CORN and Per tin i TOMATOES Haud packed 3 for R. C. and G. W. 2 pkgs for SUNLIGHT or 11 bars for TOMATO Donalco brand, 2 tins for Kcrr's Soecial per pound 50c 30c HOT HOUSE SHREDDED J packages_for LIBBY'S PORK and dozen -pounds for CARNATION WHEAT FLAKES ROMAN MEAL QUAKER package CLUB HOUSE CATSUP MARMROY (a Elg On stllo each SLICED Ha wailan, 2's, 2 for '5c CEREB08 HEALTH SALT ONTARIO pounds foi fine 5 string, on sale 85c 15C TOMORROW The Last Day of thlf APPLE SHOW------- JONATHAN. WINE SAPS, NOBTHERN SPYS, HOME IIEATJTY, RUSSET, WAGNER, McINTOSH REDS No i's No. 2's No. 3's GEO. CO. Family Ghicers and Provision 5th St. 8. I'