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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'KSDAY. OCTOPKH S. I'.MX 1111!, L.l',1 Hi>nllMir; i-m.,1 I I 1'It ,\ I A) PAGE SEVEN I. FOOD BOARD FLASHES > ;. FOR FEMININE FOLK * **'>O^*�O*�*0� KiiinaUiiii of the Albelia provim 9- ll.'nv committee of the Local Council * PERSONAL o; Women and I hi- prnvlmi n 1 r    1 Kngillllil. Miss K. llitii;  of If'oriMiiont. a '    vi: iior In tin- eitv with her sister. I ., ..... , , , � Ii-. \. i-. \ oiingllll.Mm,id. woo w,is j i iidtliu: in LeUibiidtfn last .--iimmor. Mr A. I!. Robert..on is visiting In . I nn,'-l in Ottawa lust week nnn.n bull Lake . j piiiyia." lor i � r / r- i r, - l;i v.. .Mrs. |;. Yoilio-.ln:-liaiid of Ottawa, whom- hns extended to tin-in in iln-ir mem. � *  o : *: c- > : * -: CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES v * > �> : : > : ? : : : > : : > K\ i-ry lioti-ii-wi: �  ' -h. ! !::!  a ft point of knowinr. |i. i � I'li.'i' ��' "i H say. she �li ' | � not- food advertisement I'.i'- in;' at , I a certain Hton- siliip!-.' ii-i a-r it is g 'convenient.'' is not ..I Imsiisss . S V, lion you i'llll go: ' .: I.adli'' Aid will in-'ot on Wi�.li:i-. I';' Idav a! h't'iioon ,0 tin- honi" of .Ml- '' ' | Jimn l.ivinK-ion. Ti," ladii-,- an- .isi.'.i 1 . j to ini-ft at tin- Hud,on'2 � !ridi:o for "h'la! o'lir-' and tin- synip.ita;. o| tin if many !rii-tulh in iln- rlty will ho 'I llo lliiiiilhis' ^usilto- il.i'i' .to, ' tho OirU' Au.\iliir> v. ill In- ho'.il tip- Cluh lions-. ;ii 7 :;" Hn.- i-vi-iiin 1-iM-ry uii'inh"!- is asli.'d la nsl.o a p ilal oifori to att-.-ud and m-w ruo- ;i; io-! a ill ho i ordia 11 v wo!"' .in.- 'i'111 ri-prinl i 'HI'' .l-siih" �" li> Itolr now ii"itu; sir. iil.it. hi in a ido .Ionian' a.; liiiis. Mr. S.I. .. !...... i'--i. i- of til-' 1 o. .nln.ii-.ildy l'itto ; .:!.�: hi- liilotll: . a' 1s I' i-nlo-r" n i vim: ! -'Tin- 11.111ii��-1i-il i� i ... ... Mr Sti-ild'i ho: ' On friday. On. 11. a' � nolo"',.  > .,...,, ,.,.,,. w I ifatiiath- Art t'onpst will he Ki:,,,, , nlailfd -i-iiteil with a ailver louin; i no. A|i..n ' ,,,......, , niov.--  I Mm ih" -sintot-taiil i l.ii.it.i' ji;ii-t a. ,. ,, - . . ||,.; lis .11'.'! .-;.l mi it.i.i' ip;'!, \.i -a fHaHdit Sc Sisrh pianos "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" " I rue economy is not saving so much, as spending wisely."' In Pianos the truest economy lies in buying the MASON & RISCH -beautiful of case-- marvellous of tone- unequalled in durability. liuyinK direi.t from thfl tnamr ai l ui or you fmtht-r ac-(out ii;, t >- tho ivniintny - -.-' of isi- o.-l!..n ' eoii.-t sliowor-i under tip- an p.e- ol tlio Ladles' Aid of St. I'.iMiek' i-lni:-.-|i | in ::iii of tho ha/.aar will he In-id a' J t In- 1 � siden. . of .'.j i'- A. I' So mi ! I dors. 1 _' IJ T: li Avi mi" S.un h. on Tho; j. | I day afternoon, October 17th. i men and tin' r , ,..-d llo- old eon, lo- pioneer:. La'. ;� w aid into Alio Ill" Kneklo-. v l"i,l - !;oo], th" r. : iifh tot, - ion till si-ion is ro.o-li. --.jiiv: this story, 'i a! nil.i,", vry ' i. ',i;i;. lit--. : , nine . ,,,'� s. d- ill!... i. ..... Ml . - ..I: 111 I'l a' ty iro I" t of � lory is vo-il-.p 'to.ii.'nii � ��'- i Is in .-r\ !u Ties-is, assistant ron.p , ant. hranoho-tr.. I itoainor A..... illi- v. � -.- it It line o! '!: arinv sotvr Beautiful New Styles in Furs and Quter Garments Just Arrived by Express in Time for Thanksgiving Needs By far the most attractive and elaborate showing featured this season and that is saying a great deal when one considers the many beautiful garments we have had to show. Thanksgiving Stocks are now most complete in Suits and Coats, Skirts and Dresses, Gloves and Hosiery, Waists and Silk Underwear, Furs, Millinery, Neckwear, Silks, Dress Goods, and prices throughout most reasonable. HANDSOME NEW SUITS $50.00 to $115.00 l-'iip-st s'-ritert mnl broadcloths. Colors tanpo, hrown. navy, hurKtinil.v, etc. Most oxclitMvo and hiindsomn stylos in plain, braided mid I'm trimmed .Mirmrnts -in most 1-iltH'H jllHt (Hill Ol' H Killll. ALL SIZE6 FON SMALL,, REGULAR AND EXTHA LARGE WOMEN UP TO I). New Waists Crepes, Georgettes, Taffetas, Habutais, etc., in plain and newest stripes, low and high collars. Splendid variety at $6.00 to $11.50 CLARKE BEAUTIFUL NEW COATS $27.50 to $109.00 A wiiio variety in" i lioiii- that vim will dot m-i- 111 ntliur storen Dubinin the lar^o contivn VoHihik and CjlllldilllnH ill Inline, brown, linr/;i!iiily. Kiieii. Ian, lo-w bltio, ot.( ., an well us biiiidinmie Tvvim-iIs in lovely rieh i-olorlnfiK. Nor New Furs RAT COAT -I �J� |-|\ Special ......... lt)6�dU Beaver 3|ts ........ $150.00 Sable Sets ......... $190.00 Black Fox Sett ..... $125.00 Black WSolf Sets ---- $100.00 Red Fox 8eti ...... $137.50 FlneBt Ermine Set ... $150.03 Iceland Fox So't .... $45.00 Taupe Wolf Set.....5100.00 New Skirts Silks, Sui-geit and novolty plaids ami stripes ill a liioid at-trnrtlvn and exti�nslv� Hhowlnp, imlni'.itiM nil rpRiilar and largo nl�e.4 up to ;i('i inch waial band. $10.00 to $27.50 614 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge - Alberta New Pattern Hats $8.00 to $20.00 Klfiy now models for this wuok'h cIkiokIiik; jiikI. olio of a kind und all exelusivo with ilUs StOl'l). A VARIETY OF COLORS TO SUIT ALL TASTES IN A RANGE OF SHAPES AND STYLES TO SUIT EVERY TYPE OF FACE. TOWELS � T-ti-.-. T...m rsilsr .� 1 t. p: WEDNr.SDAY ONLY $1.29 pair SHEETS .-" i'.::l on!", l-'latili'-lel to - II' et - ill i-p In r avIiiti or r�-y. U'-i'.uinr $:;..'io WEDNESDAY ONLY S2.99 TOWELS An "-.I'.' ' ii" lal in tli!-, \. Mile Tni'o I h Oh :i pinK bo;!''. sir.' ::>;xk. v..miu :' I ".'. I'.iir. WEDNESDAY ONLY 99c pair AKE USE OF OUR REST ROOM HERE THE BRIGHTEST AND COZIEST IN ALBERTA. I HERE I HERE ail your us- io1 Yuti i .in hear th-- i.it .r.|s Visitiit-.- insy rest in oauc- and onifort. NIGHT SHIRTS \|i-n' I 1 iiiiol.i ie Nir.ht l;..i"s a spb'tnlid welkin m :. o >ri  d � : i 111' . i 'nllor a\-olioil nr Kronen nook ((..(; oisr to s! To WEDNESDAY ONLY S1.39 PYJAMAS IPi.i:' l'l-iiilieb't t-- Pyjam.-ii in ii- ai -1i-li...... A f;ood warm �'�."iiTlit. si/i's v to 111 years, Ki'oulai- i\.:,n WEDNESDAY ONLY $1.19 MEN'S HOSE A special value jn ^rey \'. -ui soclii of iiieiliutn wtdght. \!l si/.e s Hi-i;iilar ."lie. WEDNESDAY ONLY 3 pairs, $1.00 I- AMERICAN STEAMER IUNK IN COLLISION Wasdiinrdor.. - ot. s The An.or:, :i Hteaaier Wi'.-t'.'.r'o. of llo- n.no: . \ ..j-. orviee, l;,, . 1, ,.|. lOs.s ill 1 \ lll.'l'|. . ill eolli.-io:1 Willi liie in. SLEEPING SUITS I-'";- lie- children, in winter -..eio/ii. Very eos\ juii| warm, i.-s -. ii In i. Ai la si year -$1.10 to $1.35 According to Size VOILE WAISTS A very sP'-eiai line ol alun-in embroidered or plain and 111 Mlfiilll- tllmb-l--. Hernial-to * 1 Tie. WEDNESDAY'S PRICE $2.28 ROMPERS i'liildl'en's Ser;;o Rompers' ill navy with red trimming and navy with black atnl white iriiiiniini:, i i/s s Z to S WEDNESDAY'S PRICE $2.00 LADIES' SLIPPERS Kelt Slippers in various color . sini-rth- finished .with a pout � j ii mi on tho vamp. Has leather sol--- and heels. Sizes ;; ti> v WEDNESDAY'S PRICE INFANTS' BOOTS Soft soled Kelt Hoots in - olors red. hi own and white. Very dainty. Sii'.es i) to 1. WEDNESDAY'S PRICE 49c pair DONGOLA SLIPPERS I'or ladies' wear. A very neat 4-strap Bllpjier, wide fit-iIiik and with Cuban heel. Sizes to s. WEDNESDAY'S PRICE $2.29 Ohe^udson's Bay (Tompany 111 Want Six Stores Saturd Halt' Kithei ays a pelt. A lot of t'.rii' raw Copper Inland �seal skills for the Kussian Kovorninem -old for $ll.Tr.n, while llti .Inpatietiu i seals hrotiKltt SHfiQQ. Kor fife fox skins for the Knited Slates j ('.'tmtent J.".7,tM>0 was bid. l i hllto BPV- NEW A. A. G. DISTRICT NO. 10 Winnipeg, (Jet. T.-Major K. K. 10a-ton. It.('.It., today assumed Hie posi-lion as assistant adjutant-general of M I). No. io. i'apt. A. \Y. Tromnlue was appointed netiuiul staff officer Major Katon, who miucueiU Col. Grassle, i--- from Halifax. Ai a .inline to a stnteineiii made lo iln- Herald by a nieinbei- of tint Retail it'lerlts Association, the clerks will shortly -approach the retail men hauls with an alternative proposal for the settlement of tho early closing ipics-tion. | Tin- settb-uii-ni allowed the luercli-I ants In cities over r.OOb provides that,} as a war measure, the retail stores may remain open on Saturday evenings until nine o'clock whether or not a weekly half holbhiy '� erantod. The local merchants have cancelled the holiday, and, under the Iiovenimont ruling will remain open until ' nine o'clock Saturdays. Hut the retail clerks are not satisfied with this plan. They will ask the merchants either to close their stores at siv o'clock on Saturdays, or to grant a weekly half holiday in case the stores are kept open until nine o'clock Saturday evenings. A committee, of the retail clerks sup ported by the Trades and Labor Council will Nhoi'lJy wall on the Retail Morchanls association with this proposal. AUSTfllAN PREMIER QUITS ..________. \ London, Oct. ti. � Haidii Vol llusscr-ek. Austrian prime minister, hits resigned, according; to an Exchange Telegraph despatch (Tom Ztirlch. r TEA j 4 The best find cheapest tea in the world, bar none. Blue Ribbon Tea-British a!< through. ;