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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN" THE LETlinRlDOE DAILY 11EHAUJ, OCTOBR1X 9, 1919 Every Dollar Spent Buys Sound Value and Absolute Satisfaction Every patron of this store has absolute assurance of good reliable merchandise, correct Styles, complete slocks, b'ecause many months ago prepared for just this time) We selected with care, making it a point to secure values and prices lhal were right. Some'Iines were bought so long ago thai today llicy are m ad- vance of our retail prices. Now is the lime your buying because later you may be disappointed in the assortments as many lines cannot be replaced at today's prices. We have now a big, bright, clean store for your convenience. It makes it so easy to shop and mnke your selection. Plenty of room for all and even-thing arranged so that we can give you prompt service and the highest quality merchan- dise at prices that come as a surprise to most women. Make this your iceutre for the holiday. A big attractive display of.hoiiday needs. ii" This Weeks Dress Arrivals Include Smart SERGE DRESSES liresses shaw micy nc-.v :L--.e! svyltf I'Vohes: .hor'cs thi't ifill Jits the that you tiwm. .'fii :is while othoi naveUie.! .live t'aese. Jresw- 11 toicb that ii aa.'ociatetl ivitL lh.il srll tor dc-al mm, Sffl.00, Neck- Display MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF ALL THE NEWEST iDEAS IN FALL NECK- WEAR. DAINTY. FLUFFY SHEER COLLAR AND CUFF SETS. FIHE NEW VESTEE EFFECTS, JAB- OTS, FISCHUS, IN FACT ALL THE NEW' THINGS IN NECKWEAR ,WHICH ADD SO MUCH TO THE APPEARANCE OF ANY DRESS. UNDERWEAR FOR' THE LADIES IIATC light aod lieavy for--all sTzes. have sarmenta or coinbinatiVas Tvlth V- nect or Elesrca and tons slstve Bibles. Slcore- 1ess siylss ovenlng wear, in-iacl "a bugu of tic wante-J garraeuls al popnlar prices. FOR-THE CHILDREN Here you will find pleaslug assortment ol farments in liae or natural color. These come ID c6mblri3..-_. Lions Thich are so popular children as Ihe AJaO a eelectiou of good wool vcfts infaul's wear. The, St. Mor'itz Shawl DIRECT FROM NEW YORK Toese are large wide Itn pearls Made" pleasing coniblnatioas ol colors. "Some pock- ets, other; are, in plainer alylts. They are one of the Ftasou'e latest ideas from the" foremost' fasLIon centre--of- America. They are dressy as as warn) and atle. FALL COATS FOR GIRLS AND JUNIORS Goats that are model- led alons glrlisJi lines for gJrli from 7 lo 1U. have belts, convertible col- Jars loose pockets. In fact are made well and fcave iillraclive to 525.00. Fall and winter coati lor the smaller lu .frohi polo cloth, yelour and fine in .fancy mixtures. src all liac-i throughout and are warm and hare pleasing appear- ance. Today we are showing a new lot of FALL WINTER GOATS THESE hiAVE JUST BEEN PLACED IN STOCK These.- garments are model.1? of they-embody all the style of charming oi'l siiiiablc weight for fall and whiter. GaVmenis I'aat will of woman's purse ati'l EVERY GARMENT (S ABSOLUTELY ahd vhat Is stiil mere interesting there Is a. wide variety of colors plenty of sizes, end a- host, of ntw fabrics. 560.00, WEEK-END MEN'S WOOL UNDERWEAR Hero (5 a caar.ce lo save moQCl', niep. Good lieaij .ribliecl "wool underwear In shirts and drawers. We hare sizes 36 to 40 and the Taluc ol'orer.lS niDnths aso. Il-ls-iTorlh al -i nr leasl garment. Weekend Special Lid GREY FLANNELETTE BLANKETS Good ciualllj Krey flannelette blanket? the mflaiiljo she .ithHc holder inches. These arc Tworlh at least to M.OO pair. Week o flrt Special............-................... 36-INCH WHITE MADAPOLAM i 35c sultihlo tor underwear, He. nr Week End Special, jard SPECIALS WHITE FLANNELETTE One of Hi-lands' big jTiorinlo la flan- nelette. Ttils Is 27 inches wlile, anil (Inc eott Ilnlsh. Suitable for children's wear, etc. Week End Special, ysnl CHILDREN'S UNDERSKIRTS AD odd lot ot children's made- cambrin waist and sVJrt, In sizes S and only. Hegular C Talue loday. M'eck End Special DDC CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR A limited quantity 61" clillilrcn'H pure wool combinations in sizes yeara IQ 14, come in three SIZGH, this first sizo Is worth lo JS.fiO fyr Second .flzc, 13.00 In value, for Third for size. 13.25 to raiuc, 2.50 Cash is Plentiful Now But 1'eo- pie Themselves Must Help TpKwp'itSo. is btiaf npflf freely In ran- aila nn.w. Everyone is pi'lUug soino o[ li. Most are himlllng more ihm bas tteir habil in the past Canada is prosperous iu every line 01 biHlufe-s. Qulot turnovers. Increase; ITU-PS. yuJ good rroflls have faUenpd up Cast Is plenHCii ;md''the nrncut hope cilsts lliat tills eminently state OL altairs i last. It continue II the Canadian imt toe money they have iicquired j into the Victory In fad j they must subscribe with, tho utmost liK-iulUy to the Victory Loan it lite i "food times" ore to continue'.; Moat I people who nrc well Eife hut llilllc ihouelH in wlieix- the money is I lU'tuilly comins; from. Y-iey are too gelilns'tlu'ir portion. The tituiilicm in Cnnudi today Is briefly bramhes ol indus- try arc-active mainly because enor- mous orders from Great Dritain and i foreign countries arc beiuK (illed. jfliese orders come iurouEh credits given by Canada to llieso countries. Canada has been enabled to give such i-reclits by using much o[ the proceeds of the last loan in the. produc- tion of the articles required. -Vuless ito creJits can be glvon by the nallcri the orders will cease ami automailcfll- ly the'Sooa times will re.i5c as (he si-.cnl Canada. A bumper to Ihe Victory l-oan 1919 is tKe oulv me-Jium through which Canada wjll still be able to Rive credits lo her Other coun- tries will provide ihe credits if Can- :ida does nol. The Canadian people must lend Ihet money to the nation to ensure their oivu prosperity. There rs no better investment. Wri'.ten Specially for Tht Ottawa Journal By a Friend of the Nat- ionalist Leader Rylands Co. 'Prcmpt Dillvcry to All Parts o! tha'Clly. i ID informed circles cred- cnce is placed in Uie'reporl (hat j Henri RourasEa, the leader ot the Nationalist movement ond editor-In- j "chiet or I.e "Devoir SLIICO incep- tion in 1910. 'contemplates retiring from public lite and entering tho priest- i hood at an early date. A rumor to Lliis effect "been currant'in political circles and has given rise to much gosr El_p- in- the -.corriilofa .oC-j -Parliament. Some journal- ists, who prdtess to' kribw moods ami lemperrLitieiil, affirm that i any such derision on the part o[ Iloor- i assa would not be surprising, though dnlikel? at Ihe present -lime. Timt Him I -Considered by the greatest J masler of .oraipry In both French aid. English, endowed -Tvith an analytical ralnil. End wielding a trenchant, caustic peri.-'Bourassa is no longer Iho since the death of his wile-'some months" ago. Always a very religious man, j Bourassa. lias, since' tho demise his wife, to whom hs was greatly attached, Immersed himself more! tiian ever In spiritual and devotional exercises. H is said that Mr. Hour- aBsa, a c rum p.i n led hy .his etght chil- dren, four boys and tour girls, rang- ing in age (rom years, may be seen frequently entering a church j and there reciting In audible i voice the the litanies, and lue prayers for the dead, While Mr. Dournsaa's definite passing from tho political stngc. would Jndoubtflrtly cause consider- able Interest throughout (he country, his eliacerrienl commenced three or four In fact, It j is sereral yeara since ho has ad- dressed a political meeting. Mr. Bourassa is content to expound Ms nationalistic thcorW'in Iho columns of f.e Devoir, and give an occasional lecture on social and economic .ques- tions. The contingency ol- MT. Ilour- asaa entering tfie priesthood Ja Mot impossible, .19 ttirrc ij no rule in the Catholic Church, whlcli prevents any! ot memhtrs (roin presenting j themselves lor hob', orders, pTftvid-1 Inff'lhcy aro nr widowcrd r withoul actually dependent upon Iheru. and ihelr previous cou-J I dntL Is' exemplary to warrant thn cr-nferring on Ihcm o[ tho holy Henri 51 ycara of. age, and was born in Montreal from the marriago ot Xapolcon Bouraasa, a celebrated Krcr.rh-Cnnatlinn, and novelist, niul Azelic. dciujjhtcrf of Ixjiila Joseph Paphicaii. Itic.-j famona French-Canadian agitator j who did so much lo precipitate 'ihe rebellion of YOUNG BpY ENDS LONG FLIGHT j Flits From Texas to New- York Allen-5 School MIN'EOr-A, Y.. Oct. Sfey- monr K, J. Cox and her son, mous J.. aged tl, and' Aviator Block arrived here from Hjnicliainplon, X- y..Jjy. airplane to'lay, complellng an ncrlal trip from Houston, Tciaj, Tho boy I? (n attend school hcrr. BOHBEfl IN TROUBLE KAUFAX, N'. K OcL from Farlaboro, y. S1., that al 10 o'clock, wlien tho Handley-I'.igc plnnc'fl engine hbd been started unrl llic liom- Ijer was Id iRke Iho air, some portion of one of Uic engines re- fusr.d to work. Hepafra, tho saM, may occasion several Iiours'JjJft- I A flichl lo New lo be The Simpson Co. Limited Fully Prepared for the Colder Weather with Splendid Stocks of Winter Underwear, Sweaters, Top Coats, Gloves, Mitts, Toques, Fur Collars, Muffs, Blankets and Quilts YOU WILL FIND OUR PRICES LOWEST AND THE (GOODS DEPENDABLE. 'v Watson's and Pennan's Underwear for Men, Women and Children Women's Fine Ribbed Wool 54.00 and Women's Ribbed Wool Vests and Each, up to Gents' Wool Fleeced Combinations. Special at'.. Gents' Fine Wool Ritfeed and Cents' Good Weight Ribbed and Girls' Fine Ribbed Combinations, up to Girls' Ribbed Vests and Drawers, each 90c up to Boys' Heavy Ribbed Combinations, iip to Boys' Fleece Lined Combinations... and Boys' Merino Combinations, Penman's make.........per suit, and Boys' Fleece Lined Shirts and 85c and 90c Infant's Fine Soft Vests 50c, 75c, up to Warm Coats for Women and Children WOMEN'S WINTER WEIGHT COATS of wool'velour or plush, half lined or full lined. Each............ up to GIRLS'HEAVY CLOTH _ and LITTLE GIRLS' AND BOYS' WHITE BEAR CLOTH CHINCHILLA COATS each......--. up to BOYS' TOP COATS 1 wool Kersey Made, up in very best styles from cloth iD navy and groy. Sizes 4 to 8 years, selling at and Sizes 9 to 11 years, selling at to Sizes 12 to 16 years; selling up to of Sweaters and Jerseys for Boys Just the thing-under a coat (or school wear. JERSEYS in navy, grey, wine and green. Selling at up to SWEATERS arfd Pullovers in plain colors or fancy. At, each up to WOMEN'S SWEATER COATS, at up to We Handle Only Reliable Furs and Sell Them at Lowest Prices Possible CAPES, THROWS AND MUFFS IN LATEST CUT. Capes.of Hudson Seal, Beaver, Opossum, Coon and Sable. Priced iron) up to THROWS of Sable, Wolf, Fox, Opppsura, Seal and Badger. At, up to (MUFFS of Seal, Sable, Opossum, Wolf, Fox, Badger, Cross Fox, Mink and Lamb. Each and up to Warmer Blankets and Qjuilts AMERICAN WOOL BLANKETS S COTTQN FILLED QUILTS FuM ?i2'.'. silk tape yilKes, very purr -a :iiid rofl riaish, per JS.OO, and I REAL DOWN QUILTS WITH HAND- SOME COVERINGS "10x73 and 72x72. Priced al, tach nf> up (o----. 35.00 covered with, (fist color M Trice, each, ftnd SiKC 72x7it, exlra heavy and well cov- f crcil, catli............................. OiVU GREY WOOL BLANKET Large sUd. clean Ilnlsh, extra henvy. l n nft pair, J8.50 snil................... 1W.VU Coatings by the Yard We are now showing a complete stock of heavy pure wool coatings at onablc' prices, Kerseys, Cloths; VelourT and ChinchilUt. Priced at up Ib WicJirT (5'6 inches. Co. Limited ;