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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THUUSDAY, NOVEMriW 30, Great Friday an more sweeping in to think ol other 20 PerCentOff M OFMASYUOLLAKSto WOMEN WllOHAVE -XTS TO 1H-Y AWUITEOX TO THIS WE OFFER THE LARGEST VAK1KTY EVER SHOWN HERE AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR. Every Cloth Coat Every Cloth Suit Every Cloth 'and Silk Dress And Every Cloth and Silk Skirt PerCentOff garments for gar- ments for garments for garments for garments for gar- ments for garments for garments for for that's the story for Friday and Saturday ami so on throughout these entire stocks. A small charge for alterations at the reduced prices. Week End News of Corsets and Underwear An especially hrmd variety of choice for small, regular and extra large women. All characterized by extreme moderation in price. 250 Ladies''Union Suits. Regular sizes. 51.00, S1.60, 52.00, 12.50 and up to...... Ladies' Unien Suits. Sizes 40, 42 and extra O.S. at J2.00, 58.50, ?3.00 and Girls' Union Suits. Sizes 18 to 32. Various qualities at Cft J1.25 to............ Ladies' Vests and Drawers. All sizes and weights. 50c, r A 65c, 75c up Coward Front Lacing Corset. For slight, medium stout nn figures. J2.25 to I D. A. Corietf. Special lot just to hand. Medium figure. A A Special............ OliVU La Coraett. Models for every type of figure. J2.50', J3.00 and Perfect Fitting Brajsiere. La Diva and Gossard makes. -I Sac to Jl.iJ A tlarke The Ladies' Store Christmas Goods Are Piling In .Splendid new Christmas stocks of useful gifts thing's which are always the most appreciated and in niauy eases cost less than useless trinkets. Lovely new handker- chiefs. New Xcckwear and Boudoir Caps, New Gloves and Hosiery. New Doilies, Centre; and Lunch Cloths. Xcw Georgette and Crepe De Chcuo Waists, New Taffeta and Duchcsse Silks for afternoon and eveiiing wear. New plain and Dresden ribbons, New Furs and Plnsh Coats. New Kimonas for women and children, New Baby Comforts and Carriage Kobes, New Sweaters and Woollen rfjiorts Sets and scores of other lines that we cannot mention here. Friday-Sat. Specials in Dress Goods and Silks Beautiful selections in tho rich new autumn tones in weaves, colors and weights. Suitable for house, street or afternoon wear. Serge, Cashmere and Granite Cloth. Black Duchesse Satins. Beautiful a qualities. 30 to 42 in. Jl.oO. ?l.ia and up to. CA yard All tiifi wanted colors. "Special If-'W Diagonal Suiting. 42 Inch navy, black, brown, plum, (M Copenhagen, etc...... Diagonal Worsted and Gaberdine. inch. Colors navy, gray, srccn etc. CO Per yard Finest Broadcloth. K inch. Green, brown wisteria, navy, "7C black. Special v JLU n an IIMS u.i ouu with one councillor to be elected in attract the attention of each. Yvm. Vvhite the present the ladies of the Hcth- this district to look around for an.; ner. on'the occasion of the church .m- other man. We understand that Mr. P., m-ovided ul Fredericks, councillor lor Dlv. No. A splendid dinner was provided. Af- is willing to stand for re-election. If''" conl! more the required number of cert was-given' In tho auditorium of candidates are nominated an election tho church .under the mrection of Mr. .will bo hold on Monday, December 11.', Fennel, .which was also a marked HIC- 1 ________________ I FOR A MAYOR A. striking was made' by -lit- i Ohicaso.-JIayor Thomnson recant-U'e Miss-M. Ilobson, a girl of flftepiir rly received nn unusual" present. It! who maue her first a.j.jearance upon was the blade of a swordfish mounted the platform, showing a marked abll- a handle a 1 Ity and .a rich, full voice in h.or ran- blade itself was M Inches long. I derfas of "Kathleen Mayorneen, and i It came from'E. T. Hamblen, for! shrf.was recalled by an insistent audi- several seasons captain of the; once. A. Prentice, Prentice, Thompson yatch Valmore .who IB i Mrs. Parker, Miss Woodhouse and now a resident of Stoningtwv -Me.! several others were well received and jilp wrote that the was-Eioght'ear-led recalls. Hey. Mr. Pel-ley pre- i on'. Georges bunk off the cuast of sided and T. II. Willils rendered most .Maine, and weighed 750 pounds. "I thought yon might want to hang acceptable service at tho piano. A large sum of money was realized I thought yen mmlit want to hang A largo sum m .iiu.icj this in the clubhouse." he said, the'la lies, and they are most an- show fresh water'sailors the weapons iireciatlye of the support they receiv-, salt water fish have to defend them- cd, anil the good turnout .under ilves with." depressing circumstances. Heartburn and Windy Spasms The efficacy of Dr. Cassell's Instant Relief in these will be a revelation to those who have hitherto trusted to bismuth or soda' mixtures, or to old-fnshioncd livor. pills and salts. The trouble is due to gas in tho stomach or bowels arising from undigested food, and the natural remedy is to restore the organs to healthy action. Dr. Cassell's Instant Relief does that quit-lily, it effects real cure where the old piirgiltive preparations only weaken the system, and create or salts-taking habit. Take Dr. CaBEll's Initant RelUI MIlMtMM, twpM hoaCaelHvdfailneB, jpeeki Ktw. mi Sfimt, itioily, heartburn, and (tilt itaH, (eclinj which Is a mn Indication o! liver (rwliln. Dr.' Rtliel and take no substitute, Price 50 cents from all Druggists and StorekMptn, Or dlrwt'from f.olc ojcnt. for Canada, Harold P. Ritchie and 10, M-Canl-slroct. Toronlo. War Tai 2 cents Illra. Dr. Cssseli's Instant Belief Is oomoinion to Dr. Caulll's Tablilt, Salt rnprituri! CoiMll't Co.. Ltd., Haiuheittr, Knltlti. Dr. Cassell1 BED ROSE TEA' RIVER'S DISCHARGE Tho geological survey lias esti- mated that tho Colorado river in an average year discharges into tho Onlf of California tons of silt and salt, equal to 20 tons for each square mile of land the river drains. ;