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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIIMV, OOTOHFJt THE DAILY HRIULD FIK'IT.EX Unsurpassed Values from which can make a Most Satisfactory Selection at "The Bay" Saturday Specials for Men and Boys MCH'K Sock.s Heather mixtures. Vwy warm anil comfort- OC- Special, pair..................... tnJL Men's Wool Sock's' In colors. Special liiic. Three pairs ..for A few oild lines to cleared inrsues ;JO 10 ?rj.5Crto-J8.eli. Sp'Clji) 5iJooiuer Pants MildVof wejlring worsteds ami nn 'twiiCdB'! Itegiliiir pall' Cloths and Napkins to Matrix per set 8-104, per and 8-12-4, per set.............................. 10-10-4, per set Boxed seperately in neat floral ami embossed boxes; Beauti- ful lineu. Very heavy double damask. 1 only. Lunch Set, Hand Embroid- ered Sample 3C i'n. by in. Serviettes to match. Eft 15xlf. in. Heg. fSO.OO. Sample set 9 1 500 Dozen All Linen Satin Damask Table iS Sizes IS in., by J8 in. to 27 in. by 27 in. djC ft A Priced at while they last, per dozen J1.7S to 500 Ltnen, On sale Thursday. Friday anil Saturday 7C- at old prices. Per yard ode, (Me and (iO Only. Sample Table Cloths Complete range of manufacturers samples in floral ami con- ventional designs. Only hisii grade cloths. N'o cheap made cloths in this lot. Regular to J'JO.OO each. ledal of Houoi chocolates Ml bov ed in damU Vi and 1 pound boxes GANONGS BULK CHOCOLATES In cieam nut and fruit renlie" freili new goods foi holiday ti arte GROCERS MIXED CANDY. Special, pound RASPBERRY GREEN GAGE and other Hun OO Flavored lelllEB "Week end special pound COMPLETE PANGE OF CLARNICO'S CHRISTMAS SAMPLES bome M sample boxes Jt the Sterliut, pi ice aakeu Clark. Nickle t I oorahs Mail .nfacturers In London, Rngland. On Sale Friday and Saturday. 19c Ladies, Misses and Children's N4w Fall Styles Predominate on Saturday NEW FALL SUITS AND COATS New Sweaters For ladies, and children in colors of navy, green, grey, 'sase, and white A splendid assortment from Uie worsted styles tflO Cfl J riced at l-i to the all wool and silk lariety up to BOYS AND GIRLS. Colors cardinal, grey, saxe and navy LADIES' FTJR COATS A full line of Canadian Rat Coats have arrived -in full length styles. Handsomely made throughout and are g real values LADIES' BLACK SATEEN D MOIRE UNDERSKIRTS. Plain and fleece lined Prices from 51 00 d> J nn Fashionable Autumn Styles can be seleuied from our Fuji stock of Ladies' apjni-rel at a bespeak of the an- al ways showing. V ...FALL We arc showing a liaiuisomei'asso'-rt'meiit of new furs. Beautiful neck pieces and.muffs in 'Sable, Fox, Wolf, Hint, Lynx, White .Fox, White Thibet: Raccoon, Blue Wolf.' Hudson Seal and Near Lamb and PersianPaw. An early inspection; will convince you 'of our superior Ladies' Fine Quality Bon Ton Corsets In odd sizes. Front'and back laced stylos. Finest. Couti'l JQ Regular SJ.OO to Royal Worcester Corsets tine grade corset that will give satisfaction. All sizes. Regulai 75 Special, pair Thanksgiving Items for the Home Beautiful Wilton and Axininster Rugs For dining room, parlors ,aud sitting rooms. A splendid stock of oriental and conventional design'coloring to CQ from. Sizes 9x0 ft., 9xlOJ4.fl., and ?xtt ft. Prices from I JW Brussels Riigs in ne'at conventional pattern. Quiel An ideal dining room rug. In 9 to 9 ft., 9 ft. by 10.1ft. ft. JQCQA Prices ,819.50 vfvtw Window Shades We have an extensive stock bt ilie best, make ot window shades were bought previous to the big advance in prices. All SIMS to 60 inches wide. Our Stocks of Printed and Inlaid Linoleume Scotch and ,2. yards, wide big range of ptt-'matting, hardwood, floral' and block styles. At special pncei for Friday and Saturday. Cm-tains and Draperies and Cretonnes wonderful' assortment, is on display in our Housefurniahillg Department. All the newest fads in window decorations are on HOT Ask to see the new printed and Crepoliue, the in Art Cretonnes. special THICKEN he Saturdsiy night trom o'clock to 35c THANKSGIYIXG DAY.THIKSTQJJE appropriate :gifts. The .guests were: Mf and Mrs A M Marshall Mi and Sirs'. 'E. J. Sehl, Mrs. Williams (Kili- arneyj'i Mr., and Mrs. F. Hedley, Mr. HH'd Mrs. L. A: "and Mrs. P. Eddy, -Mr. and ;Mrs. Harold Rus sell. Mr.' and Mrs. J. R. Oliver, Mrs. Droppo Mr. and Mrs. ,T. -W wood, The first meeting of the de 'T'omght and night there partment of ihe Matlwsis Club will will ,be dancing at the Red Cioss1 5 t' Jumble Sale in the premises lately ha held af the home of JMIss Stoltzo, b} tne standard Furniture Tomorrow afternoon tea will be PHONE 1224 11.07 3ftl 'Avenue', Saturday. "oveninB at 7145 Tlifi vear the niijsiCjiiepartment will Study the. liveii of the jffoat'French Italian oUeraicom posers. Tile jliorie illustiated bv Victor be iitKtin up Last evening Ml aptf Jaraot Alrd enterftlnftd a tfellBnlfiil diWnor ,ty In honor of nil served In connection with the sale If ei 8 In accordance "with the expressed luHKllt fhet no j present fr rSeo n T Uiymner ?1 Mrs II Tuffs Ujt. ictipicnl of winy handsome and Mrs Geo Starey ii Some very interesting observationn from within, work; and oppor- tunities Cor women in .banks are given in the current- issue of The Journal ol the Canadian Bankers' Association by Miss Jessie llacdonald Murray and Mrs. E. C. Cowdry. The clerical .openings for 'wopenl Miss "Murray says', are -rapidly in- greasing 'In: number and are "''afford- ing as, the bank ex- pands .'opportiuiitles in. the .of epecUl openings 'calling- for .the' exer- cise of special -ability. In-addltlon to the ordinary ruii- of 'clerical positions, wometi- have been employed for past few years .Innt.he. branches least .and ledgei-s; yes, on the despite the little story, told by. our. old friend Punch about fair, of his who in both Reads. -of dc- wfflch 'Vcfe. by meii1, "some of -which .theta into direct contact with tho public; 'as; foi customers; 'state- ments departments ra'nd In1' lionie branches of the collection depart- well savings led- gers and in the tellers boxes: TIn fact, the only two posts which are not at present-occupied. by women in a greater or less, proportion are those of accountant and .manager." What the Woman Gains In the Miss Murray suys, a woman learns that, if she enters the business world in competition 'with men entirely upon her., business ability to make gocii. Her. personality: counts for less than ln.'d'ffereiit surroundings, and the merit judged in exact- ly the.same critical! dispassionate way as thiUpf her fellow worker, She may be. she may be well' dressed, have.a" charming manner: but what her'''.'employe? .'wants Ms (rtflnlAncv. -niid; li jllii is 'lipt'-'e'Hl- ci'ent.'hf'will gladly1 at the first, opportunity: for' the. most' '-scare-crow of a wbnian ''is. -Just fcc' for her to'get into her'head, fsn't'it? Sot exactly the: training.-woman has generations, 'is for her'.' neas iluartWuIinto1 In the enrlief 7thS movement men learned to concede that in fac- tories, in jibOMi )n corpor- ations of various kinds, in 'Jaw, even in tho Civil Sbrvjce, they might be al- lowed slowly and' laboriously to hew ior themselves a niche, but 'Women in a upraised to Heaven and manv exclamation points. But the' women' are- afid: the' han'de hive-come-.d.o.wn.-In fact, so accus- tomed 'has t6 her presence seems auite as funny as hack about fifteen short years and try to realize that at the time of the en- trance of the first woman clerk into an Ontario bijmofFot 'oOeioi-thf num. est bt pur the Woman is giving to the publics this yeract.; the tendencs to lose sight of .proffMlon.-foi' woman meanifd" to :thd Perbaps; significant' of banking'world ln-.futnre who can say? Perhaps significant of tbe general 'encroachment'; (men call i, efficient, may we hint I more cheerful service than that f. t'f-.f. .A .tj. 1I1B n. BtieKu placed all .around 'her to- shirt her 'Off completelsv'from' thfe the Miss M show that the of In ing under, normal. but that IHe withdrawal of. many, .men, and -the reduction- in, staffs has Imade the pronortlon .flj; women greater. heretofore receive neretoiore receiveii. BM without' anything liK'e; the preparatory th tralnlng-given'tb -the j ter the profession. Is there, any rea- e proe. to supple Jdvantazei alens; lines; o Jig edu'afion. with' the -sahf ame banH- tosj-v ness judgment, women may not In {he coming years develop into suc- cessful and, expert, b one sees out'of'wllRt -3 interitig tlie 'TteiaW ors develop some of lankerswe have. Is it unreasonable o Oilmjiar rould not do as much for women ind in no i Iven at .a banker f1 'serf fee arf.l the cleverest to be this, and more But she has just as much abllitv just; >3 much adaptability, just as, much; intelligence just an much blt'ion; and time and training take care of'' v' Readjuatment-After- Jlrs. Cowdry sajs Vie hear much, durnilse as to the readjustment when the bojs back from tfie 'fiuni forget that in every age om menfolk; gonef forth to war while the women re home to plaint and reapj sain and weave babe and brew, KHhel 'it'oSsaH'd tKuulstneed ful at that time for the weJl-beUiK .0 the nation. Once more -the' "call n n thenak oal to aspire to, a woman could not 1 !nd would not endurej moking during ha nil moktaB during oanuing noun ana he v ow until be A' nnalHnn in .IttkfllUnd- a posltlo .ho has ome, it is pmpetlni Inrtt l pmpetlng ('end with, the influence oil her own friewpolnt of uwl.Vi-'-.'.- "i- once more women rise t to onl the things thfir grtfildmolhera am oat and market places of the world Th Be mtai InluSn Ul lllc uu uvi. uuctiiist1 thCTefore Uiat whetf tahity offers .the- most" succemful ..woman apingit u> y rifetue to ne% own tove of a -l.trj__C: preCTng-ie ve o a band and little children to thousand jriewpotnt ql geneimionB 01 vTaimiig -a iloni radically different limn) tjvcountt.he mlijhtyj" Mat in me council t yf ;