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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN' THE LETHBRIIXSE DAH.T rlEWALD KHIOAY. OCTOBliH 10, 1917 Many New Arrivals and yilue's at Clarke's Store WHICH GO TO MAKE UP THE LARGEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE STOCKS WE HAVE EVER HAD TO SHOW IN Dress Goods and SilkSy Hosiery and Gloves, and Underwear, Suits and Coats, Skirts and Dresses, Waists, Knit Goods, Furst Etc. We have access to the leading manufacturers iu this country, ruiny of whose lines are confined exclusively to us for Lethbridge; uid we have taken advantage of every oppor- tunity to secure merchandise for this season's business at, or as near as possible, eld prices, iiuuy liues which were bought twel ve, fifteen, iuid iu some cases as its eighteen months ago. THERE IS NO GAMBLING ON PRICES WHEN YOU MAKE YOTJR PURCHASES HERE. WE CAN GIVE YOU EVERY ASSURANCE THAT OUR VALUES ARE ABSOLUTELY UNBEATABLE AND IN MANY CASES PRICES ARE AWAY BELOW THOSE QUOTED IN OTHER STORES. FOR EVEN INFERIOR GRADES OF MERCHANDISE. WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE COMPARISONS AND PROVE THESE CLAIMSI TO YOUR OWN SATISFACTION. i taitifol few Garments in Salts end tats, Skirts ind Dresses JTandrwme Plush Coats. Plain and fur trim- med. 535.00 Newest Velour Coats. Burgundy, green, browu, navy. Warmest Coats. Beautiful garments at Young Ladies' Coats. Tweeds, plain cloths and plushes. to..................935.00 Handsome New Suits. In serges, cheviots, poplins, etc, to........... Newest. Silk Skirta. Plain black and novelty stripes. to................. Newest Cloth Skirts. Plain and novelty .cloth. to and Serge Dresses. Lovely new styles. At Beautiful Furs Priced LADIES' HAT COATS. Dirt rick fur. An SO Inches toor. Special LADIES' HUDSON SEAL COAT. Finest qual- ity! Full awcep. 'Beautfea t9AA It vU BEST BEAVER COATS. Finest Canadian Fall sweep. r A Special............'.............. )feDU Matched Sets and Separate Gar- ments in black and natural foi, black and natural wolf, Hudson seal, beaver and many Aether lines. Gossard Corsets In a Complete New Bhrwing This is tlie original and'most scientifically constructed front lacing corset on: the market. fM.50, 55.50, and A model (or tvery flfure H l to inft purse. WE GIVE CEWRED. We Are Selling Agents in Lethbridgc for NorlhwdyGarments faeger Woolens Watson's Underwear Gossard Corsets Dent's Gloves Fashion Waists Crown Hosiery Penman's Hosiery Vigetta Flannels And many well known and leading manufacturers lines in dress goods, silks, linens, cottons, velours, flan- nelettes, neckwears etc. Qarke Go. ,.-na The Avenue, S' FiDcst Hosiery and Underwesr st Prices Too Csnnot BatcU Ladies' Union Suits at and Ladies' O. S. Union Suits. Very fine grade. Ex- tra to SJ15.00 Jaeger's Pure Wool Union Suits. Sizes 34 to Children's Union Suits, wiile and natural. Sizes 20 to 32. to Boys' and Girls' Natural Wool Vests and Draw- ers. Sizes 18 to 30. at......... to Children's Sleeping Suits. Heavy fleece lined. Sizes 1 to to Ladies' Cashmere Hosiery. Finest value anywhere. 50c, 65c, 75c, Girls' Cashmere Hose. Sizes 6 to 10. Plain and ribbed at 40c to 75c Boys' Jaeger Pure Wool Ribbed Hose. 6 to lO in. Very heavy. 85C tO t, V DAINTY NEW WAISTS "In Great-.Variety. Silks in plain and" novelty .colors. Crepe tie clienes and Georgettes in n lovely variety of very newest and mogt att-rac-. live styles. All exclusive with Priced at to Dress Goods and Silks In Many Special MESSELAINE AND CREPE DE CHENE- TD every wanted color. "I At ...1.1 BLACK OUCHESSE SILKS. 36 Inches. Special values at 52.00 and FINEST BROADCLOTH., 65 Inches. O'ftfl All wooL Navy, black and J.UU DIAGONAL SEHGE. TJrow'n.-rii plum, black elc, 42 Inches: Very' j 't A special value... I COALDALE I fFrnm OIT Correspondent) ;CoaldaIe, OcL J. M. Faw- L celt is in Macleod Tor Wednesday and Thursday or this week attending the r-inual convention 6lnlssoneuve city council Co close Hc bath for'the winter, the municipal- ity not having the money with whlcn lo.flnnnco the bath after the end of largo number of delegates; from all tince by the meellng, Ihe chairman i? fiylnr sPulhern AlbeHa allended I on the work of the oreanlzn- Ihe convention. I (Ion, and whllo congratulating Ihe C. i. who nas been i members on fhe work ot the year, re- show And battle-fire, In aforrny, hnrlllng glowl-. AmldHt danger bright I glimnne a .The boy's for whom tho needles gleam and racel Across and and; back ranching In Ihc Porcupine Hills, has grcttcd the Email r.mounl of general told bis land lo a cash purchaser, who takes It over about 1317. November la I, 0 sacred Vlelory, heal M. Thonaj In the-Xeir: York TJmca, JIf. Lelhbridge khjtlerj wanl y6ur aid. Tho Alexander Gait chapter I.O.D.B. Is .tomorrow and the money raised will go toward: baying comforts for the these comforts Include1 caps and socks, knitted by the ladles. The men don't knit but they lo terr a good conlrlbullon on vourxlf tor tomorrow, Mr. Man. V Ifouses In Maclcod are al a premi- um, nol a vacanl house to be found thai Is nil mortem, (tents aro fltfvanc- K. Skelillne and family returned rn a vl.ill lo Ontario and leare thlt week for Portland, Oregon, U. S. A., where they will make their home. Her. W. A. Lewis, who attended Ihe meeting of the eiecullve of th_e'gener- al conference In returned this week. 0..0. Gross, whose farm li'flfttith ol Interest am] participation In tho work Itself. Only a few ladles were doing the sewing, and raising Ihc money, whereas II should he Iho work-of Ihc communily to sec thnt so great and ur- gent 3 work WAS helped as far as pos- tlblc. Mr. Schrag paid a high tribute to the splendid work done by Mrs. (i. II. Nelson, Iho rellrJng president, anil deplored her dcparlurc from .Vnlcan, n senllmenl which was endorsed by thi! meeting. A hearty vote of Ihlnks was accorded to .Mrs. Nelson. The report of the secretary shbwod Iho following membership: 2 llfo members, '37 an- hinl tni IS associate Tlicro Meclcnd, had an aycragc of 1? bishels Kad been 10 shlpmenta during- the of No, 1 whoal lo thelcrd, arid a'lifge year, conslstlig of 2.S91 articles) 1 yield of good oats. ullpmcnl to IheiOgdeil Calgary1, The Bhecpmcn eoulh Mscteod i 1 hack of The Ircuurer's havo sold their clip1 'ot woji'ldr report showed a tfital Income for the Wacleod. tho The tight fall of riln iilif Mow will of the prevloui year, of help In miking Itn tficd nYnounl the prlnclpul sources of rev- 'J HAVING SOLD OUR FARM WE WILL WITHOUT RESERVE, ON SEC, 9, TP- RO. 20, NINE MILES SOUTH EAST OF LETHBRIptiE, AND TWO MILES NORTH WpiESDAY; OCT. 24th, 1917 Beginning jit ten o'clock sharff the following properly, tc wit; OF marcs, eight of which have colts by side. Thcso maro nro bred to a I'ercheron Blalllon nnd ten of thcrli lo bo in font. Four geldings; one Baddlo nnd driving mire, six years old, works nny place, n handy mare; ono Percberon StHllloh, flvo ycnrs old, weight 1DOO Ibs., a seven two- yearn old, four fllllca; Ibrcc yearlings, Iwo fillies; clglil wcanllnss, four fillies, i' OF Twenty cora vith calves by Bfdo; 1 good milch coV, fresh In Aiigusl; one dark roan bull, Indian 1110JO, born Qclober. 2ilh, 1915, A one1, forty yearling steers and heifers; forty t- year old :'i.; FARMING IMPLEMENTS I Two Weber waeoni.l with 160 bushel Brain tank; Zju-gr: spring grain drilla; 3 binders (ZMcCorralcta and 1 John 2 illsca; 2 iharroni; nfirlne, tooth cultlratorj niirfaco packer; oneliornc cillllVHlor; Innk heater; pump; some commoun lumber; erlnrlstonc; 'j double'eels work harness; ect liarnejB; slnele scl drivlr.g harnejn; saddlo nnd bridles forls) chains; ahovels; power horse clipper; 'and many other articles too numerous lo mcnllon, HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITUREi flcl springs, chalrj, rugs, 6-hote riaji wllh reservoir and; wnrmlng oicitf dishes iwnshfng 'machine, 4 DOZEN-WHlfE WYANDOTTE DOZEN TERMS J 1 W. M, CO'RRV A FREE LUNCH LEOLiR, AucttOTMr ;