Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
IQO ^�������iBi VICTORY BOND lllilALS IN HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENTS 7a ;5ratnl8 of-, stair Carpet. 20 In. wide, fawn wifli ' red and gvoeii border. Regular 75c yard. Cfkg, Speqlal, yard.........:.. 4S yawlis' only, Stair'Carpet. 22 in. wide. Green with: red and purplo . 'border. Hegular !)Ec yard, ijA-Special, y^ard ;........... VVQ 35 ihsldo Door Matn, with a ne.ut ^^Jlbcit pattern. "'Special, j qq 29 only, Gordon Tapestry Rhch. in .very rich designs and coloi-]ngs^,.si/e 27x54. .Regular ,� n/i _;|^^|\SpBelai; ^..fnf&V: Id'only to sell, Saxon Axmlnster Ruga, size 27x54. Regular MQtk "* jtfe.'je.- special . .'./t4�09 "25 pairs of Pillows. These havo r oxtra stout coverings atid are 'Well ,fUled. Special, O-1 O pair ..... .....a* 1 SF RENOVATE THE HOME FOR XHftiSTMAS AND SECURE A $106:00 VICTORY BOND FREE. "victory bond'^spe- ciALs In blankets "Blair Athol" Blankets, white with blue botdcr, size 60x80, weighs 6 Iba. Regular A mq $10.00. Special; pair ... O'Tif � "Victor" Blankets 'in dark grey, size 56x76, weighs 6 lbs. Regular .$6.00. Special, nQ j)ait ........... "Imperial" Blankets, dark grey, size 56x76, weight C lbs. Regular ?6,50. Special, PAGE NINE BOND pair 5.49 "Hawthorne Mills" Blankets, �'Bi�is_64x84, 8.lbs. weight, in medium grey. Regular $12.00. q a Special ...w.......... '^y' White Blankets of an extra fine auality, with bound edges, size is 70x80. Regular, q Agi $10.50. Special, pair .. ''Our Kumfy" Wool Bianlwts with bljie or pink borders. ISfo. 015, size 60x86. Refe. |a ja $12.56. Special, pair.. lw�*t�f "Kumfy," Wool Blankets, No. C2, size 60x80. Regular C Afk $7.50. Sp'eclil, pair ... D�fltf Somebody is going to receive a dandy Xmas Box a $ibO Victey Bond Free It: "VICTORY BOND^' SPECIALS FOR THE MEN ' ' Here'ji! a chance, for- you men to have a go for the $100 ' Yicfi^rj^ :Bond, and secure a, snap at the same time. Men's Ulster Overcoats These are our regular tip to $25,00 values, and are made in full skfrtefl and belted effects. There are Chlh-ohllla, Tweed and Mackinaw cloths in a wide range of colorings and patterns. S(mo/ have the shawl, and otherrt th9 notcii collar, and thd sizes iiih from 38 to 44. " VICTORY BOND'^ SPE-ClijiLS IN DRESS GOODS | o6 yards only, Shepherd Check material, 44 inches wide. Genuine British 'manufacture, sell-ing at'$1.50 ' yard. . QOn Special, yard ........... OSlC I (Limited 6 yards each customer) I �� , � Imperial Navy Serge, 40, 43 and 44 inches wide. This Is a ^ real snap, being all wool and fast dye. Regular $2.09, $2.25 and $2.50. Air to gd at one price. Y^rd The fortunate party may be YOU, and here is how you can set about secui-ing it: A glass jar containing beans will be exhibited in.one of our windows, and every person making axash pur^liase of $1.00 upvyards willb^ entitled to a gue^s as to the number of beans;fbntained in the jar. To the one first guessing the'exact numbery or-tke-flea^resl: to it, will be awarded the $1.00.00 VIGTORYBOND., � :'''';r.-. ^ In addition we shall offer THfeEEipONSOLATiON PRIZES as follows: 2nd Prize-Goods to the value of .t!;,-!............ $20.00 3rd Prize^Goods to the value of .; ... ...... ... $15,00 4th Prize-Goods tolhe value jof . - . . ., ., $10.00 Get'in early on this, ^art nialcing your estimulo.s iit onta. Make ;( guess with e^ery purehasi; of $1.00 lipwards you effect-between-now and Chri^tmax. Tlu' earlier vou start the greater your chance of securing the $100.00 VICTORY BOND FREE ,. , . '.ire .�Ij. � \: "-"^bme are pljijii .'fcailored ,^/.eflects--otliers novelty de--'signs-^and theijJltif^e are some,, with the"'B'xtr6inely .fashionable fur trinHhlngi', dOME ANP SEt'THEM, "VICTORY BOND" SPECIAL IN LAD. lES^COATSv We have.phiced out Pali and Winter Coats in two groups as follows: .'GR6ui4'No.r ; - ��'iJbftoisting'^faU'ou'r Pall and Winter Coats ranging in price up to $30.00. ALL ONE PIIICE-: � ; � � . GROUP No. 2 � Consistlrie (St all out- Pall^ ' andj Winter' Coats rahglli^" ''in iirice up to $40.00.' ALL �ONE PRICE-:: Cliildn.'ii'b BlRck Ribbed Hose. Tho r.olfjbrateil "Challenge" brand, v(ortii �50........... AllC (Limited 10 yards each " ' customer) A moat superior Flannelette v in dark stripes-fast colors. 23-to 32 inches wide. Special tji; yard ............ ..... CVQ (Limited 10 yards each - � customer) "VICTORY BOND" SPECIALS IN WHITE GOODS White Terry Towels with blue borders, siz� 36x16. Regular iOc pair. Special, 3 pairs j Cotton HucJi Towels, size 36x22. Regular $1.00. '70--Special, pair ........... lifC Drawn Thread Raipnora. yeryf, ' daintily embroidered, size 54x18.' ' ' Regular 89c. VICTORY BOND SPECIALS IN FODTWERR Children's Shoes mado in blucb-er or buttoned styles, with patent, leather vamps and gunmetal tops. Have spring heels, sizes -8- l /Jft to T.iSpecral .. .>......;:. l:�0.f,,- CJiIlciMJi^B,- Pa^Rt'^Leather Ankle � Strap giipaeirs. lyith. spring heels.; Sizes 3 to 7. � 1 >|n Spefcfal'V.:.......i....... , . Ladies'' "Cosy" ; Felt . Slippers, lilake a dainty Xmas present. Color combinations' of red' and white, brown and white, black and purple and plain grey, sizes 3 to % Af\ 7. Special ............... l*4if GUess the Number of Beans and Receive .� $10O Victory Bond FREE 49c SEE the VICTORY ROND In Chii- Centre Winaow! = ! E| (pie Biidsim||ay 1^ Special JJrawn Thi-ead Runners, si/e 54x18. Would make a charming Xmas prese.nt. Regular oA, �69c. Special ........... �JifC -Huck- Towels, -red borders-: with fringe, size ^fexBO. CQ Regular 75c; Special ,.. �I9C Huck Roller Towels, ready iuade up, 3 yards long by 18 in. wide. Regular $1.00. "70' Special .............. I SIC "VICTORY BOND? SPECIAL FOR THE., BOYS/ Ye8--Sonny! You- tell dad -lie can get that suit; you want for Christmas at a good deal lower than the regulAr 'price,, and besiclGB he might win that $100.00 Victory Bond to put in VCk% bank for you. It's worth thinking over-Isn't it? 'We haye tlvem.all �lzes from 24 to 35: .' 'lVegular"$''ff:KO siiliS' for................ Regular $11.00 auits for...... 8.00 9.00 Regular $15.00 -i o BA suits for .. \.LmOV Theseare made in-the very latest styles of high grade tweed's and worsteds and wo �have Just the color you want. SEE the JAR pP BEANS In Our Centre Window \ r*rr ? ? ? > ? ? > ^ > ? : : ? SACRIFICE ? 4. ' �> 4 .:..$..:. >.>.> �; � * * * ? : "jl'he wind bipws, down , ths boule. The skies,'afiB dull'arid leaden grey- The poilu, Iri'his coat of blue. Strides dOT'n the frosty avenue. �* ' And, whistling, paBseflon his way There is .a lightness in-the air, % spite of Wintei-'s icy treatli, >ad hearts lient high,^''an4 h^P^b arise, Unheeding that.upon them lies,. The shadow of the'land of death! "And women pass me in the crowd Of those whose loved ones pWid the price- ' j Yet, looking in their ^yei^, I find No soul to hopeleaB grief resigned; But strong, glad jo]^ in sacriflcet 'Perhaps we do not understand The a^ing hearts- that laugh, the while, For England hid^s with stoic calm Her gi'eviouB wounds that , And no balm- _ � / But France-Prance Buffers with a smllej" �,�-**. * > * C- ? � � o O � PERSONAL > * , * Mr. C. Hansen who has been suffering from Influenzi^ for the past Ave waeka, is now progresiipg i satisfac- BLIE NBBON TEA. There are Enough worries in the world without having to drink poor tea-may as wdl have, the t>est^ ....... Try BLUE. RIBBON torily, and is on the road to recovery.' Dr. arid Mrs. CO. Cragg have left for a mouth's visit toJhe coastal cities': of British Columbia and will likely go, on to California. ' f * . * Dr. Gallivari is getting around again after an attack of influenza. MisjB McDonald who has been teachr ing at Winnifred is visiting in the city, Mrs, M. McMahon, who has been ser-'^ iously ill with influenza is now; much^ better. /.'.�; �; ' / � * Mr. G. P. Bletcher has returned troitv" spending a week in B. C. 5 � * Mrs. Leo Brooks, who has been ill with influenza'at Taber, has returned to the city. . - * '� ' � � >? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > � � �Choir practice -viriU he.hel^ at theH Ohristfan church on Pi'iday'night. The ladies of St. "Cyprian's church will hold their bazaar on December 10th. The lecture, "A Travel Talk on Rome and its Art" by Mr. J. D. Higin. bbthari) which was to have be^n giyeii before the Mathesis 'Club on October 30, will be held in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium on .Friday evening, Nov. 2Bth, at 8 o'clock, It 1^ hoped as many members aa possible will bo in attendance. Bach member Is pi-ivileged to faring a guest. A\very.. cordial invitation is also extended to the-teachers and pupils of the High school. �. 4> WEDDINGS (i,-/TJie .bride looked charming in a^gown! of king's blue velvet ehiftou, arid' wore pearls. Her corsage bouquet \�^s of-pale pink roses. The room was decorated in lvor$;and rose; the floral ;deGoratlonB being of pink chrysHnthemuina and roses, Ariiohg those''" i)reaent were Capt.'aird^Mrs.-.T: -M.-;Aitken, Richard J., Lillico, Frederick C-f'iWcQueen.: - t^ Toroiito; Miss Ruth Marsh, New York; Mrs. William Mitt .> :?*'> .y�;-t':> � * ?^'r-* It was through tiil*lfirl|? land industry of -her peopJe,that,;,Fp^nce., paid overjto Gerpaany .wjj.iijji''4ii jiripjedtbly short ^)>a,ce of tiriieher- hugeiwar. Jn-dfemriity of 1870; Simjiar thrift: 'and ,in-dustj-y iOn the part of .jfjauadiaap yviil speed the work of rec(;u^8t;ructipn and will add'to the prbsperl,ty\of the Dominion. V V- � WITHDRAWING S SOLDIERS FROM ENG. LOltoON, Nov. SC.-In planning tho withdrawal of American troops from 32Hff)ac.'l a.^ soon as possible; American p.rniy vofticors have decldpfl; tha'. tho only unitt! �which will remain-are u tow.....of the medical sew-ice A�d the staffs of lh(, rest caftips. ;. When the M^uroUKjagailed yester-,day she took betwee^"CT0(r and 6,000 .inen from the- fjylng corps. If is plan-�iied"t'o'dlspatch"a steamer'to America v|ry. day this w.so''^ ' UNI IS AGAIN A LIVE TOPIC TORONTO, Nov. 26.-Canadian Prosbytorians are ��:'contemplating a union : with � tlio Methodists and tho question authorized at the-,general assembly luvWlnnlpeg is a:li5(e t^pic in Pre-ibyterlan. circles today. -It -Mras one of the ;out.itnnding' niotiojis at'the next' general; Assembly to be-, held-la thel city of.Hamilton;.' �, It was a,greed botweerftho-iwOtde-iioniinatioiiB' loMron all,; agitation res-, pecting �church unlbnv-whUe thti war was on; but now''Uiat iUiJlitary hoBtil-itiee are ovor,,thB truce.between these two bodies iBiijinderstoodro: bp,, at an enii \r _\ I U'^;^ Moqtseal 1 now, .,8tandfe 'Tprepared: to take ai stand,aifainst -tin?