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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SF.VEN. RYLANDSjrida; lay -to-Wear" ans New Leather Cfl Hand Bags !A dozen or so real flno Icnth bass in msw shapes, mirror, purse, etc. Penman's Fine Cashmere Hose Them hoiic at r.Oc a pair ar real good valuta and casil worth Th'iy aro s nnd fast color. OC Chamoisette Gloves, Now A very finu suud" white chaniolsette Blove. In a sizes now in stock. 75c Watson's fine, ribbed combin- ations in natural or while. Size" up to I-I years. Combinations See the New Crepe de Chene Frillings white, flesh, and lilac. Short Sleeve and lines. Sizes 18 to ib. New Toques Now Ready 411 colors in stock, anil excep- tionally good value at life. Baby .toques in white. These New Collars are the Finest of the Season' Not many of them but thov are; exclusive verv very new. 3te cape wiui. Slor effects, also Die new "net" collars. Priced from Me to 52.00 each. The New Net Veilings are Real Smart, 40c yd. Dame, fashion has always witir'siSsh hue design on edges are "It." I'rlcnd 40c, oOc ami C5c ;i yard- Dent's Dogskin Gloves for Fall Wear, pt. Buy a pair of these serviceable Blovi-s tomorrow. They are very scarce goods. Tan This is Only One of a Dozen Smart Coats Priced from to Fall Coatings at inch tweed and curl In navy, grey, brown, etc. All new this season. Rylanai Friday and Saturday we are niaKin. n special display of medium priced tweed plush coats for Misses and Women. Thev are. nil new Ibis season and represent worth easily per coat more. Lovely Fur Trimmed "Seal Plush" Coats" A or so real nice coats madr from Salt's "Esquimau" Seal and Bul.y Lamb. Made up in the very newest styles with BP.I- vnr nr Sable fur trimmings. 52.5 to Children's Cloth Coats to Bring vour kiddy dnwn tomorrow fit von up with t. real smart tweed o, chinchilla coat. W" have all sizes from to 14 years. The Finest Lot of Fall I Suits in the City Purchased from a traveller at a discount of por cent. These sui s are remarkable values. They coins m fine 100 New Skirts Ready for Friday's worsted and velvel skirts. 00 From to Some Real Smart Crepe OC Flannelette M quarter" >n or grey flannelette blankets These are very scarce goods and great val.iu'ai ?1.85 iialr. "Pussy Willow" Silk Petticoats at A new Hue of petticoats. Sot pliable material In blue and gieen shot. Deep corded llminco.__________ Blankets 75c Cute little "cumy" blankets in pink or blue with animal designs. ShotTaffelta fcl 7C Silk, per yard V These, silks art' right 1UEl- itv style and value. They make Ideal underskirts, dresses, etc., etc. AH the new shades and in stock. .16 inches wide. Radium Silk nfl- Stockings, for two day bargain in :he fam- ous Radium Silk Stockings. They come ill black only with elastic rib tops. Child's Wool OC- MUtens, Now Our new stock of children's and misses all wool mitts are now ready. Colors white, cardin- al, grey. etc. Comforters each A lot of comforters. CO bv with fancy muslin tops. Filled'with fine bleached batting blue with animal designs. THANKSGIVING Knight Tells Why The Sugar Beet Industry Failed rieu tin i ni least I I ee successfully in Alberta t Holiday GROCERY Specials Sweet Potatoes, 3 pounds for----- Grapes, per pound.............. Fears, per dozen............... Ontario Grapes, per basket Cranberries, per pound .....20c :.....25c -......45c .......15c Celery, B. C., 3 pounds for-. 25c Vegetable- Marrow, Squash, and Pump- kin. .Grab A.Pples for Jelly Crabs, per case 56.UU per PRUNES AND APPLES Italian Prunes, per case 'Eatini? Apples, Mclntosh Bed, per, Cookhig Apples. All wrapped, sound, os. EXTRA SPECIAL of the statements made by Ray Knight of Raymond, Alberta, sugar beetman. ?esttfviug before the Dominions Royal i Commission In the city hall on e8dra5KniEht told of the failure of the 1O it, uiii 'i average farmer, at least that lat the farmers of Raymond -ht aud not being enough women 'children the great business of beet raising has turned up its toes, so to say. Chinamen could do it, but even Chinamen can't live all the yeai pn the pittance they would "cave from the sugar beet industry. There Price on PEACHES For Friday and Saturday One of the Fruit- Houses gave us a special price on peaches to clear all they had, 115 which, we will sell for A CASE s caused .aisiisnen tamers had'started to raise that pro- duct thinking it profits, dm the sugar uem IUUUDMJ. nothing left but to wait unt1 there are enough women and children enough who must work, or who will work quite cheaply Indeed. Mr Knight's statements were .1 clear'expose of the facts with regard is. ss-WSSs ,t pr contracted to start raising the sugar heat The factory flourished as, long asthe aTmers raised the beets. They were pam in accordance with the pro- its in the business and the va ue of he heets, not in accordance with the y many farmers cause of. the sugar beet and went back to the call of the binder and the separator. Cheap Labor Essential It was then learned that unless Lt.finer labor than the wheat fields empl'oyed was.secured the beec sugar FROST PAOEI the test there province as .a whole if not the whole western. Cana- d-i countrv Chinamen, Japs, Hindus a'nd. Belgians were imported the democracy, hut the school would a great factor in the journey Chairman Davidson said he had not- ed what the mayor had said with re- gard to teachers' salaries and would Jeep it in mind. He welcomed the teachers to the convention and was are In the minority. The best teach ers took the profession seriously and are always looking for better ana more up-to-date methods. One way to learn of such methods is to attend I Shipment of Crockery direct from the potter- ies arrived. We will unpack this next week DINNER SiyrS, TEA and many other oM lines.- iQui; saleslady will be glad to show you our stock., .Please remember that we are always glad to procure anythiug to match your broken pieces. t stayed uurniK the boot sugar Industry would now be 1500 Ibs. A1 Dairy Butter 300 dozen New Laid E Highest Prices Paid. this difficulty- overcome ima tag for Himself, he would like to se. attendance at the conventions, mad. pulsory and h, thougbt schoo. roen peces. _ _ __ ]iiONDAY BEING THANKSGIVING OUR STORE WILL BE_CLOSED_ALL_DAY _. H. A. McKiUop Co. 3 41 1 1 13 416 e R H school Public Schools will be an opes Oct There ale not enough women and children in the tabos TiTOinCH -__r thui ni me to the witness in, lew that the wage of men is jjj woj'k. from tne aH they have to do is to stoop the sugar oeets all dm. hwl a sintllw 8 ;