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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUP. N1NB rUESIJAii _____ n.ii Handsome 'New Coats 1" TT J JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS I J. JL A, J KewBurgundyCoatJ Handsomest garments ot Iho eiitU 40.00 to 45.00 New Plush Coals Mrs McKInnoy's lecture I s, Marv.B WA. lioldlng their Mr irlmoed, beaulltul In moet attracUn PUii Coats 35.00 t Firbrimmed Coats 50.0Q I Nov. 2Slh. The' ma J lander, nn Gloria, D.C., will be i 1 "W-rlage on Salurd Emily Pimm. rs o! J. P. f- A r here, now of lad sale 01 worR (Wednesday) aliernoo-i evening The DaughtenVd ol England Lue3ted on !-.ad tonlgh sharp so ihe whis are req.u Mrs. Mac A meellnt'of "acl Is called this evening bo are urgently requested, to Ladles' A bo prejenl. "Tho''Slr alv' Chapter I. Wesley Ladles' Al porlanl meeting lo o'clock In the c-hu( hosiesses will be S r hostesses win uo have'chaiiiwl T -to Jlrs from ar.l little son Ip lo th lug claa I'b tb> iccantlm 111 ui'A an Irn LI '.hre parl'.rj. Th Lcalbnvii. Mr And Now Comes a Very Important Event Four Days Devoted to the Selling ot Household Linens We use the term household linens In a broad sense bcciuso II embraces Centre Pieces, Tray Cloth Itunneia. 1-unch Cloths Napkins Sheets. I'lllow Shams, etc. This Household Liner, event is to be Important because of the fact that Unusual Values are being ottered, regardless ot the price advances that have been made recently. In many cases tie Household Unens are on sale at Prices Practically Impossible to Duplicate In the Whole- tale Houses Today. It will not bo necessary for us to urge hotel and boarding house keepers to buv a liberal supply. The list ot Ill-ins here will be all the urging they will require. And whal au opportunity for Ihe private householder. In view of the coming ksllve season, lo supply her wants tor that and future requirements. Wonderfully INCLUDING the r1 rooms Iron. will be on The members.of-fte- Major Ths meeting ot the taley Prolheon class at Miss Ave., which was announced liithls evening will b'a postponed iftil tomorrow le neil general ifcrlne of ilie Malhesla club, to ba Veunestev, November 2Sth In the YS1C.A., Mrs. Louise McKlnney, .eclure on "laws thai should all p.m. SILK WAISTS; colors and neatest at 55.00 toi8.ofrv "8th .at 4'fo'clock, to hear, an McKlnney, N T Fmca In avcdnosday) atternoon France. Th'e wedding will The proceeds will bo Elven very Dec: MrS> rdrkh'am. --je tea room for.the Sir the were e IB Morel JUST I Beautiful styles. SO Special CANADIAN Lobso easy titling nlyles long .Finest quality........ SO Inch 45 i Handwmt New MalcM SeU of Ermine, Fos, Wolf, V Hudson Sea, Beayer, etc. f The Major Jack HOSE chaplir l.O.D will servo tea as usuaUlraiorrov.- wlll attend to help [uud. Damask Breakfast Cloths. SATIN DAMASK. Conventional de- signs with scroll drawn work border- C6i66 inches. O 7 C Each..................... DAMASK CLOTHS, spot centre with conventional tloral hordera. Hemmed ready lor Hf use. Special, each SATIN DAMASK LUNCH CLOTHS Floral centres with one Inch hem- stitched borders. Special 1, OtJ Ju connection wltK. the Red Cr evi-lng and UttlnE, Miss' Carson ot the Iho Great War Nesl-of-Kln a ineellris In the Y.M.C.A. on Dunn. A fairly da_ at 8 o'clock, lo 6r_ anil pro- elation. Everybody At 7-30 there will be a business myetag of the Lettbrldre branch for menbtrs The first musical program the Fortnightly Musical club at twu open meeting lul several numbers B en-'J each HAND DRAWN LUNOH CLOTHS AUD RUNNERS. Heavy near linen. Lunch cloths 30i30. Runners 16i51. A great borealn Etch HEMSTITCHED LUNCH CLOTHS Eilln Damask -nltri hemstitched edge, pice pattern A Grea'C Bafeain, each HEMSTITCHED AND EMBROID- ERED CLOTHS. 01 heavy plain union Hnen. !Si27, ISsSl and 30. Special price. PLA1N ALL LINEN RUNNEHS AND LUNCH CLOTHS. -1 or 30i20. At. each........... I.tiil The same, !Si54. 1 Cfl At. each.................. The eamo, 36l3S. f ftfl Al, each BROWN LINEN RUNNERS. 15s54. Embroidered wltll colored sllli Hemstitched on ends and Qft- sides Special, each OWv IN oun WINDOWS 59c 75c DfST QUALITY! IRISH LINEN CLOTHS 'AND HUNNERS. Trim i.nl'wlUi hand made Cluny n gn -Jv JAP CREPE SERVIETTES. In bluebird and floral d- Special, 'per doz. I. Table Cloths .With Napkins to Match All pure linen centres ot Satin Stripe or Conventional Spots' and koy .borders and Insertion ot Maple leavps and Shamrock. Cloth 2s2 yds. Napkins In. i 1 CA TheSet......... 1V A3 above. Cloth yds. Napkins 24x24 in. 1 1 Cft TheSet......... The larger Elzo. Cloth 3i2 yards. Napkins 24i 24 in. The Set SEE THEM IN OUR' WINDOWS Best Grade All Irish Linen Grass bleached table cloths anil napkins In Conventional designs. Nlcoly bosed. Cloth 2 yards by yards and 24 Inch napkins. Ort flfl Complete 6V.WI Same In larger size. Cloth 2 yards by 3yarda anil 21 Inch napkins. O C AA Complete........' SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS DAINTY TABLE COVERS. Made. of brown 'linen with colored, silk embroidery. hem- 1 :OC For That Dainty Bedroom: EMBROIDERED LINEN PILLOW CASES. Make beautiful gifts. These have two Inch hemstitched ends anu designs ol Bow Knots Fleur do Lya. Specially O QA priced, per pair 200' ONLY, HEMSTITCHED P1L-' CASES, 20; 21 and 27, Inch- Best English cotton. Special 7JJ- per pair............'....'- DIMITY QUILTS. All .1 bite with, conventional spots and scrolls. 70r SO For this'event. J Cft' HEM'D ENGLISH M yards wide by 2% yards long- Mad3 ot good heavy from way can B tao olllce HI IMAFAILS lepulae ot in Austrian attack In force In Albnnln Is announced by UIO.WBT office. The statement follows: the lower Voyusa at "BT Sunday the enemy attached In forc ,the- Gllllk-ldols bridBchcad. Afte brisk flghtinB he was forced lo retire ome men." An tatement a success neration had been carried out agalns he H was uggested In London that Ihla mlghl be the Initial- step agalnsl Uia allies on .Sslonlkl ronl- VANCOUVER LOAN -Vsnconver, contribution to' the..Victory -loan. now totals The mark Is eipected .to be reached by Wednes day noon. lisa Diagbnriie Red Cross rooms. WEDNESDAY Porridge. .Mar- malade, Toast; .Tea.or..Collee. Chowder, Onions. Diked'Rice and rialsln Fuildlng. _ nresd and Sutler, Oatmeal Cookies, Apple Sauce TfThe recipe lor potato Chowdar, men- tioned above, Is >Potato lb; 6-10 potatoes, 1 Ions which helped to maso the uar I-rache donations ot plants and lending Jtrns [or -tor plants, IJaVden Bros., Clarke Rylands ft Co.; Simpson Co., Crystal Da ry, Wesley chnrch tor tables den for dlihea, L. C. Teople, H. A Klllop; Kenny Allln.Laurle t W, Altarta .P.uflet, Schweitzer, Mr. Rose- r dray. H. Swinjler, Geo. Kerr, Good PalK DL Kuuu Special, per V-'3.3S pair ________ HUCK ANoVDAMASk ALL LINEf! __ blue, with Wok? and. grcon. Jlake .iplemllj. tor- deru'or, library.- jjr f -3Ci3C. Each LoUR wiNDOWB IN OUR; THEM I" .STORE CLOSES P.M. irldge Candy Co., Lelhhridie ichen, A. Msc on UbisWeeh in the (Ihiutcbes KOOX Church.-Thuraaay S p.m.. Interested In a tench o mee p.m.. n s irmlnlnc class are asked to meet for the pnrpose eventaff, Wesley 8 i prayer service; meeting.. ot Iho Sunday school committee.: Tbur.. day practice. .Church: Wedne.dar prayer mooting, study ot .the [3rd chapter of Acts. Members Who can are requested to be present allhe church Kridsy al 2 p.m. tor cleaning I and decorating. Sunday, tlonarv programme by Parents of the children .re especially InTllid'Ip A cordial welcome' to all. Lethbrldge Study Clasa-Hold. their weekly meeting In BJrg Sunday at 8 p.n. 'of the Epistles.-1, Eie.rybAdy ma'd'e welcome. No collection. r. at -B o'clMk, prayer '-.rtifmn ladlos aid will home ol Mrs. St Thursday .choir Frldsy night, 7.SO th. s lantern cntertalnmenl. Frldsy night, 8 o'clock, the. mission circle, 81. Auoustln'i at ly school leathers meeting. o'cletVi- choir r. 1 ItelteJ Boclely meets at L. p. s. ichaYch, "Geology., ?.UnTle'i elM Clrcto Tho aotorlh Ins: In lM Clrcto purlor.. WelKKnown In District Was Member Klltiesr-Other CaBOaltiei HA Suggllt ol Coaldale, yesterday recelied word th.t hi. brother Corp. Frank Sugiltt, who wenl wltti lhe_Kll- lles, had been allied one IK UJCIl "M Ihe highly popular among the people iT..i iS 'B hlshly interesllng nsture. H. iaiVen some of the hardest flfht Ing1 In-which the Canadians hato Sonthern Albcrtan appiar- todsr'i lists as wounded tfilrtt ot Hlllcrelt. -Wbrdvcamo throagb. this morning that Albert B. Blllotl pi the Intaiv been wounded right In tho y lie o< Hrs. meeting 6i Iho Vpang Peopto't typrlan's Tncadsy; YC'J CAN DO BETTER- -nos ClOTS i SMOFS THEM IN OUR WINDOWS Double Satin Damask Cloth and Napkins Mlcely '.bbied.'- I.ovcly. Ten.Uqnal '.deilgris. yds. Napkirl 2ii24. CA 1.1 "been wounded resides 'at 1250 Blh ATO. 'enllsting Pte. Elliott was. a eer. He Is n hrotner-m- Dominion lands agent tilie to' re der "which all wSslern; coal I hlpnents have been' 1 Johnston bl Ui'o- same THI wounded at 'the same elcft arm. His lather IB ot thls.cily. 'Company yes- k.b'aislx girls-who oper- head off Ice heri'ind who were, let out because they -had crs and weeks previous Iv It is underatoort.lhat the girls wll be paid for Ihe Ume'dff, as demanded by the minister pi labor In a'lctlcr lo Ihe a short Ume -'.VI ;