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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER mi DAILY ninAM IXKVE DAYS SALE UNQUESTIONABLY THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT OF THE YEAR 10 DAYS SILK DRESSES Extra Special arc too me hyst green and black This means u real Having dresses sell regularly at Sale Begins Thu t VOfcf WOOL BLANKETS word about our pure wool These aro the values of last We boughl enough for two years but now we put them all on sale at a big Wool Blankets Wool Blankets Wool Blankets BUY NOW AND PREPARE FOR THE COUD SILK UNDERSKIRTS limited number of Silk Under shirts In plain and brocaded silk in Rood marie with neat narrow knife pleated Regular values Readjusting Hale LADIES VESTS 200 Ladies Cotton with high neck and long A good vest for very little money and values that sell at COc a in regular lieadjusting Sale LADIES CASHMERE HOSE A full fashioned cashmere hose in excellent quality and a line of hone that will give excellent unbeat able Readjusting pair LADIES CASHMERE HOSE pair todies full cashmere Jibse In good quality and medium They are priced to compare with values of over a year Readjusting Sale CASHMERE HOSE Stilt another big special in ladies cashmere We have been waiting for Just such an opportunity to offer They are worth at least Tor Readjusting Rale LADIES UNDERWEAR Ladles fine soft finished vests and drawers in ribbed Good range of good fitting and good wear ing Regular Readjusting each for COATS COATS Every coat an exclusive model mul tailored by experts from the finest materials All Uu newest colors and latest ideas are here and every one at a hiiyj Coats Coats for Coals for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for HEMMED SHEETS 75c Curtain Caps and Dress Sweater Underskirts and Furs of All iHnuned cotton all read fouse Made from excellent quality heavy sheeting that will give kinds of ReKular 1 7C cadi WHITE BATH TOWELS lull pair of exlra large white terry lowIs in splndid size an excellent towel for Die bath Regular Readjusting 1 pair MENS WOOL SOX ns heavy grey wool sox for winter These are values thai cannot be replaced today at our reg ular selling They are worth at least 4Of and 45c a Re1 AA adjust ins pair for PILLOW COTTON yards of that famous Uvular pillow Its wonderful value when you consider the wholesaler wants more tor it than we It Readjusting yard LINEN TABLE COVERS only linen table cloths in half bleached size Neat design and suitable loi every lay use Will bleach lo a perfect this Regular 1 OC Readjust Ing Sale MENS UNDERWEAR Mnni heavy wool ribbed winter underwear in splendid weight and value that we make u special leader of at Readjust ing each A Beautiful Ontario RAT COAT full 1918 lined throughout with Silk Worth TO BE GIVEN AWAY ESTIMATE THE NUMBER OF YARDS OF IlLKEEN DISPLAYED IN OUR WINDOW AND TO THE NEAREST ESTIMATE WE WILL GIVE AWAY THE BEAUTIFUL COAT DESCRIBED To the second nearest estimatewe will give a beautiful SILK vuluc to the third nearest estimate a handsome SILK To the fourth nearest estimate an upto date SHOPPING C QA value To the fifth estimate a the best KID GLOVES OR SILK O value One estimate allowed with every pur chase of or Contest commences 28th contest 28th WINNER ANNOUNCED MONDAY FOL LOWING DECEMBER iN BLACK SILK SPECIAL rich black Peau de Sole This Is tba si k that is noted for its great wearing There to notb made in silk for a dress or odd 36 Inches Us O QA yard Readjusting yard RYLANDS The Busy Storfe WHITE FLANNELETTE Here is where we shine in values that are unbeatable in white Excellent quality and all widths from Og 2ii to 36 Priced at and MILADI GERMANS GAVE USELESS REQUISITIONS FOR FOOD t TO YOUR SOLDIER BOY Greeting Kre dawns sacred Yuletide once The nations from a blood shed cease From visions of woe and We greet in prayer a Universal May tho Christ spirit till your heart with Ken though in foreign lands you still must roam heaven kindly bless each soldier And bring him safely to loved ones and n the city to the effect that Corporal ful who was at one time mployed at the Lethbridge was seriously wounded on October aid died on October Lrfverick esided hero nearly two years btforo var broke and returned to Eng and in October 1U4 where he enlisted vlth the Imperial who has been ill in hospital here for some has to Bow fH left this morning for a visit to the PERSONAL who has been il tot tuo past is now Podgor and fwo daughters and who have huei visiting with the formers today to join Poilger In IX who has been roli homo from an attiiuk of Influenza is now around and left this morning to visit al the to 9 Miss Coru is tlie guest of Miss Leone Thomas for a tuw News has been received by Kriouds ANp SOCIETIES Day in tho United The membera of Bins Souci are making Wr a dance in Harpers Hall for evening of Fri Will pld trlends please phone 1461 and arrange or an invita The monthly meeting of the Nurst liiK Mission hoard will bo held on Monday at Collectors are uskod to turu lu their money at this Patricks church Uuzaitr will lie hejd on Place will be unnouncod Kiuix cholf practise on Kriday ai 8 There rponi for a few new Those desirous of joinlMT iuav conuiuuiicato Ifllephone a If tlui Mil situation is still as fav orable as Huffs sec tion of tho Wesley ladies aid will meet the of the It is suggested that all bazaar worl handed in as soon as FOOD BOARD FLASHES Watch food There is always tho best and cheapest place to buy any Much can accomplished in the way of economy by watching advertisements iu local Merchants do ad vertise unless and inality of the goods attractive and they Unow that they must fulnl their promises if they are to retain their customers and make new Help the most pro your lo regulate merchant in Competition does more prices than anything els OF The new rise in tho price of milk is giving cause for fresh thesu days when the High Cost of hiving is aiiili an Important factor in While would not care to advocatepres ent day similar prices have pre vailed in the wcsl and tho pres ent costs aro ti some people a reputlUon of Kor instance in Winnipeg in year jnsi 38 years thupriim uf milk was cents a and not delivered at Tea was rents it and sugar higher than at at eight pounds for or 12 lii cents ii Present day prices aro 12 cents a Coal in Writing of the miuisHipning sys1 torn inaugurated the Germans durj their occupation of t Belgian who succeeded In making escapo to Switzerland says country folks of course I the numerous dupes of those having no notion whatever of Gorman nor of the forms after which the legal re according to the Teuton should huvo been drawn Our farmers were imposed upon and fleeced in a most abominable man One of living near Stacii was given in exchange for a a requisition note bearing the following insfripllon in German Gooii for one kiss from the Wliere out and oni robbery and plun der was not carried out by the mansin Belgium was re soitort to as has been described By degrees the poor Belgian farmers and where their homes have been destroyed and their goods seized en have seen all their worldly al least those by which they might hope lo keep alive or hope toearn a living for them selves and their pass into the hands of the Thus they have been stripped of food and clothing and home and left to keep body and soul together asbest they What has beu done in one village or town has been repeated tho length and breadth of that small until today the Belgian peo ple are crying for food and clothing to tho outside The Belgian Government for a time at least will not be in a position lo help its own people and during that period help for the Belgian civilian population must come from countries who aro better off and have food and cloth ing to This help is only asked for a lime longer as the Belg ians are starting in on tho reconstruc tion of their country witli the same spirit as they entered No who has read of the snllorintvi upon these people during tin past four can deny them some small contribution to help them re gain their health and strength for the task that lies ahead of The Belgian Relief lund Peter will bo grateful for contributions sen to them for the suf fering BISHOP ROPER HEADS WAR SERVICE BOARD NORMAL SCHOOL TO OPEN direction of the minister of tho Calgnry normal school will re open Osceni bor ilnrt and will continue in operation until of all the Protestant churches of Canada met in tho Synod today for thu purpose 01 organizing an iuterdenom inatiomil commission on matters re lating to the war and It was decided to call the new organ ization thn lVileral Wur Service Com mission of the Churches in Bishop of was elect ed chairman general superintendent of thu Method ist and chairman of the Presbyterian war com were elected The secretary is rep resenting the Congregational commis represent ing the Baptist military was riictnd The commission will deal with I questions referred to it by the dif rerent and will only take action on matters upon which each is ALLOTMENT VICTOftV LOAN of the Victory Loan will be made in H day or the whole amount subscribed will be but some of the larger subscriptions will be held over to stabilize the money NEW APPOINTMENT manager of Grand Trunk announces appointment of Bell as acting divisional iiitendent of telegraphs for Alberta and British been1 associated with the Grand Trunk Pac ilic Telegraphsat the headquarters in I Bell who 1 has granted leave of COTTON FIRE Press dispatoh from of the most serious cotton flres in the history of Bombay occurred Seven thousand bales of cotton stored ion the docks were destroyed and the damage is estimated at ster U1 Try Making Your Own Cj Cough Remedy You run nliout and u lieltcr remrily tlmii the rw niudn days was a ton Farm products as a wore much egg8lieingir butter 20 cents a pound and good dressed chick fv al four for ALMOST PAR BOILED IN A BATH TUB In u with her month and nose barely above wat er Alba age who re fused to divulge her was dis covered by the proprietor about nine oclock night In a bath tub in a Japanese barber shop at W514 Main I The frightened Japanese raced to I mverside avenue and Howard street and informed Officer who sum moned the emergency hospital i While was drappcd i u blanket land taken lo the emergency j 1 where il was found thai her body nearl parboiled and in places i skin was almost She 1 revived and given a bed in the lention ward al the city jail for the The fainting attack is thought lo i have been due to her luing the water too It is believed that siie will suffer no ill Graham well known Otti zen of is dead Ii you combined the curative proper iiis of every kiimvn readyiaudii cough you probably could not as much real power as them in simpli counh which is cusily propurcd in a few min Uf from any druggist 211quncis of ients puur it into a Nioz liotile and lill tlui bottle with iiiintf oithii1 pliiin granulated clarifiud nr com as The result is 10 ounces of rciillv hotter cough syrup than you could buy and saves easily Tastes pleasant and never This Vinex and Syrup prcpawt pets right at the iausci of a and iinmeditite loosens tho the nasty throat lickia and heals llio irritated uiembranos so jcntly and easily tliH it is really A use will usually overcomo ordinary coupli and for wlioopint cough and hero is io a most valuable concentrated compound of genuine Norway and has uscJ to break up faevore Kirkbys Special For Thursday Lunch Cake REGULAR PRICE 35c THURSDAY 2Oc EACH Made in accordance with thu Pure rood To avoid ask your ii ounces of 1inox for full and ilonL Guaranteed to jih absoluio sBtis fiietimi or money promptly The Iiues Kirkby 606 SOUTH Canada Food Board UicenM Numbers 52386 and PHONE 1827 ;