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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE.JSL15VEN.: OCTOHKH RylanuV "After Supper Alt GOODS ADVERTISED HREF.ON SALE FROM7TILL 10 O'CLOCKTOjOOjIOglY SALNIGHT in Ladies' Vests at 25c Think or It. Kail welgM. White Vests for women ut a quarter. You can buy (lioin only tonlKln Hi Iliis price. Wos. Combinations 95c Another startling Ribbed Cotton Combinations, full weight, size Mi and (is only. Tonight's biK leader. Ladies' Hose 25c pair Hciivv enough for. tile'cold days. A mix- ture of" cotton anil cashmere; black only. All sizes. Childs Comb'ations 75c uirls' White or Natural Combinations, drop Beat or closed crotch, sizes to at "5c; bigger sixes Corset Special 59c pr. A big leader in our Cornet'Department. 100 pairs of D. A. Corsets, perfect fitting and strong. Sizes to L'S. Hair Ribbons at 15c All all-silk Swiss Silk Ribbon, 4 to a ins. ten different shades.., Handkerchief Sale e fine mull Handke bar or neat embroil ;o 20c each. On sale 4 for 25c Satin Petticoats, 95c These are fine mull Handkerchiefs with ft'flue cross bar or neat embroidered corner. Values up to 20c each. On sale I Up to 22.00 TONIGHT ONLY There are olilv a Uo'.en Biiits in the lot. They are what we carried over for the previous sea- son 'fhe cloths are serges and tweed. I he size's range up to K. The price. hardly pays for the cloth. Xo alteration made on ihese suits. On Sale for tonight only 85 are brand new serge skirts that are right In style, and material. Ordinarily we would charge you J5.00 for skirts like those. Sizes range up to inch hands. Navy or black serges. I ALL NEW This Month Choose from a or more real Swagger Tweed Coats tonight at this wonderfully low price, sizes are '.M to 38 only. A small deposit will hold any coat until you require it. only First duality Siit-eu L'nder- sltlrts with deep frill. These skirls are eas- ily worth 51.50. New Comforters, Time udw to be looking for warmer bed- iliilK We" have a dozen or so real nice comforters, On sale tonight at thin low price. Heavy FleecedBlankefs Large sized "Cumfy" blankets, with ulnl: or blue borders. As warm as wool ami eas- ier laundried. A pair Dogskin Gloves, Tan cape gloves. One dome at wrist. Ex- tra fine quality leather. Sizes litt to Worlli Jl.Bfi a pair at today's cost price. 10 yds. Flette for Here is a big leader for tonight's sale. Only 10 yards to a customer. The flannelette is white or striped and worth easily 15c to J8c a yard. NOTICE TO SOLDIERS' WIVES Will any soldier ill 01 i'i v iiiiiidnil of a soldier, who v.-isbes information or kindly go to the Patriotic oliice in the Acadia UlO( k uU >nl Aveniie. inslead of Mrs. Colp -man's residence as formerly. livery morning between HI anil 12 there wiii lie a member of the Daughters the Empire in the oliice who will be rally too glad to lie of any assistance. COATS FOR GIRLS 3 to 6 years These coats made up in grey, brown or navy Niggerhead cloths and linod throughout with check material. buys a coat for toniglll only.- New Suits Received Today have just received by express to- day a dozen real clever suits direct from the Eastern style markets. They are made from the finest of French Serges and Broadcloths, neatly and tastefully trimmed with fur bandings or military braids on sale for tonight. Worth up to i Mis Gladys Downer is spi riding til-; J holidays with trends in Medicine Ha'. Hiss Muriel Macleoil left today u> spend the Thanksgiving holidays in Maclcod. i Mr. Win. Henderson, of tlie Uank .if i Moose Jaw, arrivf-i! lliis i afternoon lo.spond ThanlisBlvliiB with trlends in the city....... Tlie Relief Society of the Latter Day Saiuls church -will meet at the home iof Mrs. H. C. Street j y. on Tuesday, at 2_.3U....... j i .Miss Hilda iiambley. who has been; line suest 'of '.Miss" Eilrb 'Si'nith. has gone, to Calgiiry ''to siieui! 'the iioli- iilays with lier-mother. j Members of the' Laws Committee of j Iho Local Council of Women are ask- j eii to meet on Tuesday, at S p.m.. at jlhe home of Mrs. G. W. Robinson. 11 Vestcrday at th'e Hudson's Bay tea room, Mrs. F. W. Downer. Mrs. May- inard. Mrs. G. W. Allison. Mrs. .1. lino and .Miss Edna Smith were j i Daufc-hters of tlie Empire in charge I Mrs. A. I. Strike, who has been spending the summer with her sister. j Mrs. R A. Kwart. left UiiK afternoon '.for her husband, Lt. j-Strike, is siationed willi the 2lltli I Ilattalion. i i .Mrs. 11. Ostlnnu and ciiiidren reach- i cd the uity from Salt Lake last night. lira. Osmund, .stood the trip well and her friends will- be glad to know she is mak'ilig a satisfactory recovery fr-j. i her operation. On Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. Ladies1 White Silk Waists New Slvliv in dalnt> iJiitUM-iis. lleamifullv finished. out of the ealalogue of weekly routine of driulgecy.J You save coal, and save soap, and above all save your vital tissues for a better pui-pose. have the care of the school children which de- the best that is in yon. Yon have a thousand and one other household duties that your husband never thinks of, or en knows ot him have the Laundry for his part of the "HOME DUllfcb. He will send it to us and it w ill be laundered modern "sanitary" methods and returned to yon promptly on time in perfect condition. The item of expense is a trivial one, and it ill relieve yon of a great burden. We Do Rough Dry Work for Six Cents Per Pound Yon can not afford to do your own laundry work when >ou can set it dune by us so CHEAPLY and so GOOD, Please Send Us Your Next Weeks' Laundry Lethbridge Laundry Company, Ltd. keting livestock and livestock pro- The- ceremony .was jRrfovnied at Westminster parsbnaige. Mrs. Peterson will reside at ducts; (5) Freer trade relations with Great i Britain; (6) Fair and impartial" encourage- ment ot the institution and develop- ment of co-operative endeavor by consumers and-producers; 17) Relief from burdens imposed upon the west by the existing Canad- ian tariff system; (8) Free and unrestricted access to all the markets of the world for the in- creasing exportable surplus of grain. Evinurice was! "also- given by Mr Dunning and other members of the grain growers along 'the lines laid down by Mr. Mtifiselman. The commie sion will be in session tomorrow. John Grange, a of Amabel Ont., was killod by a train as lie was crossing the track. He was Boniewhat. deaf. Lauce-Coni. William .McLurg1( son of Rev. Alex, minister, of Cowan Avenue Presbyterian church. Toronto, action ..dliring, the recent. fighting ,jil. AVhen the telegram'announcing thaf Xance-. McLrtirghad been illck in''action arrived, Mrs. McLurg kept it secret. Consequently Rev. McLuis preached twice on Sundai and did, not know until the close of the even- ing service that his son had fallen Mrs. ilcLurg purposelv kent back the news uutihher husband had ended his Sabbath labors. -Vpipng the questions which (leak; with by the Government after the war will ue that of the establish- ment- of a State-owned line of tranK- Atlantic steamers. Superintendent A. E. C. McDonell has gone to Peace River, October loth will ue formally consti tuted the headquarters of the R.N.W M.P.'for the whole of the .north coun try'tp Herschel Island, and including Prairie and Peace Rivei At Peace River therevwil staff ot 11 MiHe tho supeiin teiident will also have under his .ton trot 21 detachments placed at various the vast domain un oer his aupervisioi We MUST Vacate Our Present Premises THE ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, CROCKERY. ETC., MUST BE SOLD 'BY OCTOBER i BARGAINS IN LINE [The Cash Store Thirteenth Street N. Ogilvie's ROYAL HOUSEHOLD (has won' its way to the front o( it is recoguuod bj His Majests 'Je K'Ug and His Critical and Fastidious Highness, Public Com ion, as Canada's Best Flour Caniulian Hifth-grade Set tlir World's Sfsmdarcl Whether used in the Ii farmhouse on the prairies, OGILVIE'S ALWAYS gives satisfaction" j T. TS i a I WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., 9AM SADOW8KI, PROP; lf oTsfRlBU'TOR IN UETHBR1DSF ;