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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, NOVKMBBtt '11, J'JiB W.liAU) 10 RE-ADJUST UNQUESTIONABLY THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT OF THE YEAR SILK DRESSES Extra Special Drcsscj thai arc nol loo elaborate fur Kf tic nil use yrt nol too simple for belter smart laslil'tnuhle frocks that are rlKirmlng as Ilicy are DCW. Made from gooil at sott tnlfcta silk lu navy, ametliyst, green and black. Full raneu of sizes. This means a real saving aa Ilicse (JrosBes regularly at 325.00. WOOL BLANKETS Just u word about our pure wool blankets. These arc ttie values of last year. bought enough Cor iwo years but now we put them all on salo ut n big saving. Wool Blankets Wool Wool Blankets BUY TIOW AND PREPARE FOR THE WEATHER. AWAY BACK ABOUT A YEAR AGO we purchased the slock for this fall and winter. We had to do it io secure the goods 0t right prices. It was then lhat crop conditions looked good. We thought of eold weather and we did nol know that the 'flu .would he here. Now these conditions must hi? overeojne, our slock must be reduced. This is the reason for this great re-adjusting sale. Thousands of dollars worth oi seasonable merchandise sacrificed for the benefit of our customers. Every department in the store will he represented and we. assure you that this will be an occasion long to he remembered. Sale SILK UNDERSKIRTS A limited number of Silk Blilrle plain and brocaded silk ILL Kootl quality, made ivllh iical narrow knife pleated flounce. Itesulor values. lie-adjusting Sate LADIES' VESTS 200 LatUci1 Collon Vests, made uHh UiKh neck urn! lonk sleeves, A good veal for very little1 money ami valuer that sell ot GOc a garment in thu regular way. He-ad Jusllng Rale n rn 35c LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE A full faahloncd cashmere lioac in 'excellent quality and a line of hOuc thai will give excellent wear, uiibent- aWe value, Re-adjusilng n r Sale, pair ifOC CASHMERE HOSE pair .Q[ fan caBjiiijbre' hoso ;In ,gpoi liat Is nolcil tor Its great wearing qualities. There Is nothing better made in silk [or a dress or odd skirt. 30 Indies wide. It's 9 Aft .-.vorlli ?3.7o yard today. He-adjusting Sale, yard RYLANO i The Busy; Stdre A Beautiful Ontario full length, 1918 style, lined' throughout with Silk Poplin. Worth TO BE GIVEN AWAY ESTIMATE THE NUMBERoF YARDS OF St'LKEEN DISPLAYED IN OUR WINDOW AND TO THE NEAREST ESTIMATE WE WIl.L GIVE AWAY THE BEAUTIFUL COAT DESCRIBED ABOVE. To Ihe 'seconil nrnrest estimate- we wfll Bive a lujauliful SILK value 'fo Oie third nearest estimate a SILK WAK.T, value To the friurlli nearest an up-t- rlale SHOPPING BAG, r An To the flflli noaresl ;i the bust KID GLOVES OR 3ILK STOCKINGS, vamp One. estimate allowed With every pur- chase of fl.'CQ or over. (lonlest comraen'cea Thurailay, 28lh contest Saturdny, 2SiL December. WINNER ANNOUNCE? MONDAY FOL LOWING DECEMBER 30th, IN HERALD WHITE FLANNELETTE Here is where we shliie In values lhat are unbeatable in white flannelelto. KxcellcaL. quality and. alt widilis from to 36 Inches. PrlceJ at' 20ct' 22n, 25p, MILADI TO YOUR SOLDIER BOY r.rectmg: K're dawns, the sficrcrt VnJellde once agnin, The nations from a scene -o( tilood- stied ceasfc; l-'rom vlalons'of deal ruction, woe and' pain, greet in prayer a Universal Peace. May the Clirisl spirit fill your hearl with Joy, K'cn though in foreign Ian da you slill must licavcn hlndly bless eacli soldier lioy, Anil bring him safely lo loved ones anil home. O. V. U. o v v 0 PERSONAL v o -i- o Mrs. J. W. Cratg, who has been ill ler tbe past week, Is noiv Improving. Mra. rcdgor and two rtaushters, Muriel and Dorothy, who hean with thn former's ilauslucr, U. A. Crawford.' Intt today to joicr Mr. Podger !n Vancoavrr. Mr. A. I'ark. ivho hag been C at hiime from ?.n atlftcli fnfluciua is now iinv.inil again. arrl Mrs. A. M. I.affcTiy 'i llils morning if) vi-iH nl tlio C'ora Hisscito Is ilin of Mtas Lronc Thomas for a few toy t News lias refcivM dy fricnrta thft city lo the cffccL IliRL Corporal 1 1-Avcrick, who was at one ttme emplojcd at ilie I.ethhridge Hotel, was seriously wounded on October lal, and tiled on October 4. resided here nearly'two yeara btlore j war broXo out, and returned lo anil in October I9H where he enlisted wilh Hie Imperial torcea. r Irs.'lv. Carlson, has been ill in here for some lime, has turned-to Dow Island. Dr. G.' IcU (Ms morning for a rUll to tha -roaital- cities. CHURCHES 0 1 t f t .Tomorrow, Is TbauVsplving Day in tlie United orablc aa pronounced, Mrs. see- v v ,O 1 GAVE USELESS REQuiSiTIONS FCR FOOD p-ist four yeiiTc-, them some small contribution, to lielji Ilicui re- v gulii their healLh nml strcngilL (or the 'ask of ilipiD... The Uelginn it-'lirf Fuml at 5H St." '.I'clGr slrent, Montreal, Writing o[ ihu -requisitioning rrrini? Hi toni inaiigurated flie tirrmuiis ing occupation i ot" n- BISHOP Belgian wlio snftn-t-deil lu making his escape lo say.-i; "Thc.'couniry [olhs ;were, ot couvsft Ihe most numerous Juiiea ot these jncin robberies, tiaving no nuiion of the forms after v.-hK'li tlie Icsjal iiuisillona, arconllng to the -Tcuton- mennlng. should have will IIQ gnifeful for tn ili mi for iiie suf- NEW APPOINTMENT KEADS WAR SERVICE BOARD TOKON'IO. "cprcscatntlves of all tlio Proicslant rliiircfacs of Canada met in tlie Synoil oHices today for Lhe purpose ornauizing an inler-dcnoni- jnytional rommiision on mil tiers rt- laiing to war MIH! dcmobilizaUnn. ilrar.-n up, dociiled to call neiv organ- _____ _________ a ________ 0_ tion of the Wesley Indies a id will meet ivcro upon Iho Federal Service torn- the first of the week It Is suggested" in ;i nioal abuiuinablc nian-1 'nlssion 01 ibc Cnurcucd in (.anarta. lhat all bazaar work lc handed in as nor. One of them. living Stut-c- 1 Hoiwr, of OUawj, vns noon a? fssfble M Trjerribera'of "'Sans Souci" are a danre In Hftrpcr's Hall of Fri- day, titli. qlfl friends please phone sr.rt arr.lNRc (or an invita- tion? Tlic monthly Tnpetlng' of Uic Nurs- ing Mission board will be held on Mnmlay at .four ..o'clock. CoDectora asked .to .turn lu iheir money at (hij mceiJng1.. St. will be Jield on Dcccnibcr llh'.-j Plicu will be Knax choir vA fz-actlRc nn Kriitay al i oVloi.V. Thflrc h roow for ,1 few- new memhcra. Those JOLDlajr way romtniinlrale with Mr. LRTton, telephone as fav- v FOOD BOARD FLASHES was .qivcn in oxchaiigr, lor n fliairmaii; Rev. Dr. S. U. Chown, row.' n retiursliloii note bearing Iho 1 General snperintcmlfnt nf tliu folloiylng hi." Gorman: isL Huircli. nnil Ucv. Ur. A. S. Grant, "Gooii (or one from the thairmMi of the Picsbytcnaii war Wl'rc vice-chairman, NORMAL SCHOOL TO OPEN Ivor. direct foil of the minister of- eduction. Uic Calgary normal schpol v.-ill reopen gn v ]jcr ntid 'will coiiliane in oiieration until Decembev v 'j' v o c- ALLOTMCNT VICTORY L'OAN OTTAWA. Nov. of the Loan be made in R day or two. Substantially, -tlie H'hole amount subscribed will be taken, but some of the larger sTibscttptiocs wilf bv lirld, lu stnljiHzo the money market. NT6r. Hulatf, of telegrapbi. Grand Trunk announces. B, Bell as acting dfrlalQnal super-. u lu'tendent of telegra.Pli5 for Alberta and British Colu'mMa. -Mr.'Beli'hia aasocialed wilh the Grand Tnint Pac-j iflci Telegraph? at Ihe hpadn.uarters in- Monlrealiatpce-'ldio. Mr, Bell succeeds Hoonay, has .heen-graoted leave of absence. COTTON FIRE UOMDAY. Nov. Tress dlapatcli froru' Onu of the aeripuj cotton, fires In tho titstory of Bombay occurred Seven lliousand bales of cot I on stored' !nti the. dochs were destroyed and tha- Idamage (a estimated at (he goods are nttraMlve anil !hcy know p? thnn anything else. What Ima Iifii t town remedy, you coiilrl not. fjcl a, much rt-nl curative power as thi-rc is in this s-implL- liorap-maHi: couph svnip, which is easily prepared in a, few'mia- Ulrs. from any c'ruppisl oiirices of pour ii info a hu -110 nu-foi-foui.-Viri; out day prices, similar pricps have prc-1 rallcr! In the ivcst bcforo, and ihfi nrcs- f-ttl co.'ls nrc lu somft prople just a repetition ot these. in Winnlpe? in Ilio year US years milk was'If- rents a quail, and not thsL Tea xrfig fifl r. ihiund, nml sugar higher lhan al present, selling at eight''ponndn for 12 1-2 rents a pound. Prcfcnt day IITICCK arc 12 licr ijjing" Ihc v.-.i1rr F.irni a? lort hot. tt is believed lhal siir iausr, suffer no ill i Jnfkson. wrH on of Kitchener, i.i de.T! A day's ordinary coujrh and asThma, thfrc Pirrx is a y.ilur tT nnd Ij'jcn .lly _____ for bronchi onrl hriinciiial UtlCT. !c conccritratefl i'or lOJ brc.ik tctrre :__ To avcia nsk yoiir ,tiri at, for ounces PI Vinos" VvHh full dircciidnsand (Inri't accept anything or Tr.onrv promptly Tlie I'uici Co., loronlo, Ont. Kirkby's Special For Thursday Lunch Cake REGULAR PRICE 35c THURSDAY 2Oc EACH Made ii: accordance with the Pure flcg-nl.1 lions. Kirkby- Co. M5 SOUTH Canada Food Board License Numbers 5.S3B6 and _10-15508. PHONE 1627 ;