Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PHIDAY, NOViMviiUMi 22, hit* t^.v^jti-.,__1__a�..^.iv^ ,�,> /*C4*- CLARKE'S SEMI-ANNUAL MID-SEASON SALE A Sale of Greater Magnitude Than Has Ever Been Held Before at Clarke's Unquestionably the Premier Bargain Event of the Entire Year Saturday Specials Lisle Hose......38c Regular 50c ti\ilcudld quality silk lisle, sizes S'4 to 1(� inches, colors brown, white ami black. Silk Hose ------ 78c Regular $1,00 value. Wonderfully chenp, heavy silk in all plain colors and striped ankles. SUk Hose----$1.80 Regular $2.00 and $2.50 Our flnoHt quality pure .silk hose Included In this lot, nil plain colors and stripes. Cashmere Hose 75c Regular $1.00. Very finn quality pure .wool cashmorc. black only, cheaper than Inst year. Suede Gloves - - - - 98c Regular $1.25 value. Kxtrji good quality, splendid to wear, colors white, chamois, buck, etc. Lisle Hose.....60c Regular 75c. U. S. Bilk lisle in white, black, brown and tan, sizes to lb. : MY WAGE * : : �- er. He. give-i you what ymi ;r.\, regular ^-l.no for, pair .... In dark grey, .weight size fifix."t>. Saturday only. pair ... ......... *-yw a nVW? D f^f^m 614- 3rd Avenue South V^LAJKlVJb. GC %~VJm Lethbridge - Alberta Miss Agnes Hendry ii! Willi infliienza Is now I'm has been much better. only io eli.ir. witli iur chintz and silkoline ings. full size. Special .Saturday. $::.f)b and ... HipiT-cover- 5.50 Flannelette Mrs. Joseph Morgan, ot" l.eihbriilge. ; til" guest of lire. A I. iiiuaan I'ni-er:iily Campus, Kdinoiiion Mr. and Mrs. V. K. morning for uu extern tie and other coastal Scat- COl'F.NIIA'.lKN. Nov. ii'.'.-Russian mine layers a;rived on Nov. 19 in Finnish waters off the Fuaninla battery belonging to the fortress or Ino unit began laying mines, according to official dispatches from llclsingfors .today. The battery fired on the ve.s-l sols, hittlnK one of the mine layers, i The latter replied to the fire but did i no damage. | The dispatch confirms tho recent re-| port of the bombardment of Vltikala, ; Finland, by three Russian warships flying tho red flag of Kronstadl and adds that considerable damage was done. The casualties' if any, are not known. On the samo day. Nor. 20, Russian troops fired on the Finnish frontier guards at. aysterbaeck. Finland, the messago announce?, has demanded an explanation. TRAI I .Miss Bennington Hint-; in Harons for i ret uriied to the ci- �via) ii,i '� been � i',"'-,il weeks. V lull a,i , holts only el' f;euuuii lisli manufacture. Clean, .'-tripes ami i'.'i inehes will inlay only, lo yards for ................ Union Flannel in natural color. ",7 wide. Regular 75c yard, day only, �" yards for ................ Kng-clear Sat 2.99 4 -F \ .Mr. and -Mrs. ('. W. I'cflf.r of t'al-'; gary are visiting with Superintendent., i and Mrs. S. V. Porter. W. > * : >�! TWO SPECIALS BLANKET CLOTH Grey Hlunket Cloth Costing. M inches wide. Saturday Special, yard ...... Blanket (Moth Coating. 5-1 In. wide, in blue, red. green and grey. Regular St.r.n. Special, yard ...... 2.29 I. r.i in. -en and 3.99 An extra special for one day's selling that will make quick selling. (I.otter In N. V. Tribune) \ A Canadian dropped into (it!!. V., W.C.A., In Parto, and after staring j heavily at the secretary for ten long minutes said in low diffident tones; ! | "Say. could 1 get a gl.-l from here to] J lake out to dinner'.'"' i j Tile secretary .took his me.i-mre In ' j one flashing comprehensive glance! I before she replied with a smile:1 �"Why, yes. I think you can. What I kind of girl would you like?" i j "I'd like a nad-.klud of girl. One j tliiit iloehti't r.o out much. You know, I when you choose a, girl you want one | a bit like your.,cll'.". j "All right. I'll see if 1 iati iix '.oil | up." Sh" disappeared into an inner room. "Ctlrls, there is a Canadian out here who wants a s;,,l ^jil to I take to dinner Anybody rare to j go'"' i "What about Miss Ulanlf? Slie'ji I Canadian. Mayhu sh(-'d like to go! i She's out, but n'.io'll be back in half '.an hour. 1 heard her say the other day she felt sorry for lliesu Canadians so far away Jlrotn home." The i ecretury returned: "I've kui a girl for you. Hut she's out Just now. Will you come back In an hour?" The Canadian preferred to 'ako l r.0Nl)O.V. N'ov, 22.-An explosion no chances ami romninrd waeie ,,,, . mm}lUm t,.uillH ,lt Ul(, Mat, of was. In about two minutes a Rlrl , ,, itolgium. Thursday, caused came running downstairs. She wos ,stllIultl,t, lo UetwPon not a h:ii girl for she was stngim: a . , ,0(| a ,,oon , hu|,dre(1 and fiftv foolish little ditty as sho ran. t ,,.,, ,, , ,mvf, b C(,unt^,j uc. SALE OF SILK POPLIN DRESSES BUY YOUR WINTER FOOTWEAR . NOW RUBBERS FOR THE BOYS. RUBBERS FOR THE GIRLS. RUBBERS FOR THE WOMEN. RUBBERS FOR THE MEN. From 85c up to $1.75 OVERSHOES For man. woman or child. In .1. 2. i! or 1 buckles. from $2.25 to $4.75 Moccasin* 3.50 Men's .Shoeplined and Wauignns. $1.75 and ................ AT $]3.89 A rare chance for securing that party dress you'll be requiring for Christmas. The i regular value of these dresses is $25.00. The colors are pen-cock blue, rose, grey, taupe, burgundy, brown, purple and green and there are no two^, alike. * Felt Footwear it Very Scarce Impossible to purchase any of this ,in the wholesale market. Fortunately, we have a limited supply left ov,'r from last sen lion lo supply your immediate wants. BE WISE-BUY YOURS NOW. MEN'S FELT BALS, with leather soles. r nm Special............. 4��D MEN'S FELT BOOTS, all felf. with heavy felt soles, per pair ... ..... YOUTH'S FELT BOOTS with leather vamp', per pair ............. BOYS' FELT BOOTS, with leather vamps, per pair ............. CHILD'S FELT above, per 4.75 TS with 4.25 4.00 BOOTS, as 3.25 EXTRA SPECIAL Boys' Heavy Ribbed All Wool Hose The welt known "Mapl� l^af" brand. "I�ant Ycsr'p Htoc.V �t liift Year's Prices." Sizes 6 to 7......79c Sizes 7V2 to 8 ... 89c Sizes 8V2 to 10 99c Mens ifoavy Ribbed Wool Underwear in 2-piece KariaMts. All �lzt!S. Regular $2 Wi p*r R�r-ment. Snturda> Spedal ............ Men's Warm Nl�ht�ltlrts. TMi� of a splendid quality flannel-cUe, nmnll sizes only. Spe-.liil ............. 1.59 IS, TMi� flannel- 1.39 (Thpfiudson's Bay (fomnarty 1500 CASUALTIES! FAKE OIL STOCK Regular Value 75c yard. Cotton Sheeting 50 Cents 7-4 Width for Single Beds. Free from dressing or filling and value that we cannot duplicate today. Sheeting 85 Cents * If you want a sheeting in the best quality and best, width this is your opportunity. Regular $1.25 Value Today. Extra Width 2�/2 Yards Wide. Regular SOc Value. Grey Flannel 40 Cents Pure Wool and Full 27 Inches Wide. A ijure wool flannel in light or dark grey. On sale for one day only. Pillow Cotton Regular 60c Value. Forty Inches Wide. Unbeatable value, free from dressing, a bargain you cannot afford to miss. COME WHERE THE BAKMMS CROW RYLANDS & CO, As she passed tho sobllor she caught his insignia. and called breezily: "Hello, Canada! Whero are you from'.'" "Montreal." "Do you know .luck Wii^ton?" "Cousin." Leaning ovor the counter toward the secretary Canada murmured in ctnifldential tones: "Say, never mind about the sad one, I'm suited right now." FOOD BOARD FLA8HES > > lie utilities board of Kdmonton. Most people will tell you that It would take fsr more than this authority to enau)* any man to sell oil shares here, but it would appear that the impossible has been done and Incidentally several buyers beside*. The A, 1*. I'. have taken up the matter �nd are the pros-editing parties. J. F. Heiily ot th Hoard of I'tllitles arrived In the city from Bdmontpn today. S. J. Hheperd is acting for (he police and <\ K. Cameron for the ds.'eme. Mannlksr ap peared in court this usornlnn but watf remanded. LIFT BAN IN MOOSE JAW. MOOSK JAW, Satk.. Nov, 22 The, board of health iltouctil the ban would be removed em fUfclle t�thiring* so that church** �M fee) opened on Sunday. The closiag �v4�r baa been in effect five weeks ysjeterday. The Influenza hurt appear* to be completely under control asd while a number ot cases are being received Melt day at the hospitals they are growing) less all the time. -t-- � hi. � , , , � i� PROGRESS OF AMERICANS WASHINGTON. NoV. 22. - tien. l'ershlng's communication for Thursday says: "Continuing its advance, the 3rd unny reached this evening the general line: Viebten-Morseh-Bchuttrange-Hohtgou-Katuuihofen." CHARGES ON WHEAT HELD IN *STORE I LUOWIG RETURNS \o BAVARIA '/I'lUOll, Nov. 21- Former King laid wig of Hayarta; after obtaining loavo'of the'noW* iuvoriiment to return to Davarlu, h'as'settled with his family in the chateau Wildonwart, on '*ke Chleui. WINNIPEG, Nov. St.-An order issued by the board of grain supervisors today provides that there should I bo paid upon wheat held in store by | or for eastern mills carrying charges, t effective Dec. I, as follows: In Kastern Canadian public or ter-' mlnal elevators Including Detroit und Fort Huron, 1-15c a bus'liel a day, for wheat in store, excopt enough for a Yortnight's grinding; in flour mill bins l-uup a bushel � day; on wheat stored in winter atovago boats at eastern bay ports l-2ac a bushel a day. Na carrying charges shall bo paid, however, on wheat as a result of this order without tho approval of th*o board. Flight Lieut. Cyril Cassorly, son of tho postmaster at Tottenham. Ont.; died iu England from Influenza. PROTECTION A\f INTER always prove* V a strain on the vitality of those who are not in tho heat of health. Cowan's Cocoa it a food that tones up tho nervona system and produces a reserve power which helps to combat attacks of La Grippe and Influenza. A cup of Cowan's delicious Cocoa at breakfast makes a splendid fousjNtion for the, day's work. Order a tin today.