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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT � � � 1 1 - THE LETHBRFDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1018 h Your Searcl for Dry Good NEW PATTERN HATS $7.50 to $20.00 .\ beautiful new lot comprising now some- seventy-odd very latest models iti French ami American patterns. Only one of ;i kind and a style to suit every "tyre of fa it. BETTER ASSORTMENTS AT BETTER PRICES; BETTER MERCHANDISE BETTER AND MO RE CONVENIENTLY DISPLAYED; AND A BIGGER AND BETTER STORE FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW, IN WHICH TO DO YOUR SHOPPING TO THE BEST POSSIBLE AD- VANTAGE. You are always at liberty to look through any department at your convenience, and whether you come to look or to buy you are equally welcome and will receive the same courteous treatment and excellent service. FINEST SWEATER WOOL 40c bunch .lust tlies tlilnK many have been asking for. Colors paddy, purple, Kold. black, now blue HABUTAI SILK, VERY SPECIAL - $1.25 Lovely quality slik. very fine even weave. splendid weight. Colors cream, flesh. malz-~\ sky. old ro�e. Alice, burgundy, paddy and Mack. DURABILITY SILK, SPECIAL VALUE S1.75 Somethinp on the order of a raw silk hut finer nuality. inches wide, suitable for waist* or under-wear. Colors white, maize, flesh, sky. etc. LOVELY CREPE POPLIN, SPECIAL $2.25 A beautiful rich clcth. "'"> inches �ide. Lovely shades of taupe, brown. Alice, navy, prep, burgundy. win0, black, etc. aril Corsefc $3.00 to $8.50 THE ORIGINAL FRONT-LACING CORSETS The priceless comfort of its perfect fit and correct support Is beinc daily more appreciated in this city by dozens of women. In these original front lacitiK corsets every wornan may attain a perfection of figure that will enhance the beauty of the most inexpensive frock or suit and will find a wearing service that is alone wortli th" price of the garment. Whether it he at ?;;.'.!>. ?t.'�". $5.50. $6.50 or $S.50. Our Ready-to-Wear Section Offers Most Enticing Values In the very choicest of the season's styles, many of which are just to hand by express. Make an inspection of these stocks every time you are down/ town. Almost every day we receive choice new styles in suits and coats,:' skirts and dresses, waists, sweaters, kimonas, etc., that may just meet your needs. LOVELY SERGE SUITS $35.00 to $45.00 Storm and men's wear jj� JyJ0jt55i^' *PrKp- Oolors taupe, navy Smm�tibrown, etc. Small, medium and large sizes FINEST SERGE & BROADCLOTH SUITS $50.00 to $60.00 Very handsome garments of lovely uuality material -,t! a splendid range of newest colors and swellest styles. BEAUTIFUL FUR TRIMMED SUITS $90.00 to $100.00 rndi'tibtedly the ;im-t dressy and handsome styles i-vrr shown in 'his city. .M.,d.- of very finest broad-.loth In taupe, brown, navy. etc. Only ono of a kind. SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES $20.00 to $45.00 N-w and tno,t attractive styles In th" latent pam-l and overskir- effei ts in great varietv of choice and all -i;*- Newest Silk and Cloth Skirts $10.00 to $27.50 A wonderful variety of choice In this new lot. including plain and novelty effects of (ho highest order in exceptionally wide variety. AH colors, styles and pri.'es to suit every figure, t.istc and purse. Beautiful New Waists $6.00 to $11.50 Plain and striped silks, crepe do chines and beautiful Georgettes in low and close buttoning collars-a great variety of choice in the most djinty and attractive styles we have ever hud to show. SPECIAL VALUE CLOTH COATS $35.00 Heavy chinchillas in brown and burgundy and pure wool tweeds in rich mixture nf brown, green, grey, etc., small and large sizes. HANDSOME VELOUR COATS $45.00 to $65.00 Very classy and dressy styles of standard velotir. Colors taupe, brown, tan, blue, green, etc. Ktill range of sizes. Iti to H. HANDSOME FUR-TRIMMED COATS $85.00 to $100.00 New styles just to hand by oxpres* tleautiful rich velours in taupe, brown, burgundy, green, t-tc. Hudson Heal or sable trimmed. SPLENDID GIRLS' COATS $15.00 to $20.00 Si.-.e eight to fourteen }:,r�, made of pure vu�>] blanket cloths, excellent tweeds and , lilnchilhi-i >n medium and (lark color" Very t-nut' Myl-s, lined throughout. (Great Values in Furs Nothing but the most dependable- kinds tire sold hero and prices are much lower than you will meet with elsewhere. Black Wolf Sets . .. $50.00 to $100.00 Natural Wolf Sets .. . $72.50 to $75.00 Girls'Wolf Sets.....$25.00 to $32.50 Silver Tip Badger Sets, Special. . $50.00 Black Fox Sts.....$18.25 to $150.00 Finest Red Fox Sets.........$137.50 Finest Beaver Sets . $ 150.00 to $ 160.00 Children's Thibet Sets $7.50 to $16.50 Finest Rat Coat, Special.....$132.50 SO inches long, 80 inch sweep. Wonderful Values in CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE Pkone 453 : 612 3 Ave. S. Many special line? purchased while in the east by $5 our buyer at away below market value Fine Lisle Hose, Special Value - - - 50c I'.I.K k. white, tan and brown, size s1-.. to 1" inches. 0. S. Silk Lisle Hose, Special.....75c lllack, white and brown Wonderful value. ^ Ribbed Top Silk Hose, Special - - $1.25 | Itlai ! and white "lily, lease we|K|u Splendid [, A wear. Very clastic ribbed topt of all the people In the district before next Monday, and he expects that ev- /-> ,1 i , '''>' person in the district will he thor-Ostlu id. | . , . ; ouKhly canvassed. Kach captain will be suppliel with a map with his district outlined thereon, and will he responsible for compiling a card system In connection with it There will be a meeting of the captains tomorrow night at which will be ;,'iven all necessary instructions. The names of Cum. Peacock, Mat l.oRan, P. Spenser, S. Uasetli, and the president and secretary of the miners union at Commerce are added to the Keneral committee and will please take notice thereof. USE WESLEY HALL .ami nineteen cases of Spanish influ-eiuu were reported In Kd moil ton dur-I lug the past is hours. All are m))d cases, except one that has developer pneumonia. There are 30 c:ncs at Viklnjr. 51 Deaths at Toronto � j Toronto, Oct. HI. pFlKurer, do not show any increase in the influeiua epidemic. The city hospitals repon Too ra-i'�, as compared with t;M on Saturday, i.'.i nurses 111. an Itureare of U! and el deaths against j:; mi Hat-urduy. The total deaths in Toronto (rout all -- ! causes in October to dale .thin yeir Although definite information is he-|!iav ItiK wlthhelii, it |s estimated that the Gait Hospital Overcrowded with Patients-.May Need Other HuildingK in each ease Is the captain. I. Joseph Bawden. John Vaselenak. John Berti, Simon Sweedish, James tjulgley, Joe Fisko, XI. li. Davidson. -. Tom Ixmgwonh, H. Cbrls. Donaldson. 3. \V. L. McKenzie, George Dixon. J. S. Torrance. > 4. N. B. Good. M. McArtiutr. 5. John Giimor.-, D. 11. Elton. A. C. Saunders � 7. Thomas Long, A. .M. Grips, A Bonamico. .S. John Scott, ft A- Smith. E. A. Sharman, Ben Mott. 10. Alex, llarron, liert Uertraiu. T. II. .McCready. II. M. V. Cttllivaii. A. It. McOuire. VI. George Green. Win. Matthews. 1e. Alexander cialt Chapter. 14. FVank Colpmnn, G. W. Robinson, X. T. McLeod. 15. C. B. llowtnati. R. J. Ritchie-l'atrerfon, Kred Shaw. lfi. H. Clark, K. C. Gtiilbatilt. T. 1). Urovn, Thomas Quinn. 17. W. A. Levitt. E. R. J. Forster W. J. Nelson, Wallace Clark. P. W. Pennyfather. Hugh Boyd. Red Cross Society. H. Macbeth, Hugh Crawford. Arthur Hayr, J. F. Simpson, H M. Whlddington. i 'J3. Karrin & Deaper. i Zi. John Home, W. S. Dull, Ben i Metcslf, M. P. Johnston. J I ih. O. B. MacKay, A. Harks, .1. S.; Smith, George Morris. 26. A. J, Blackburn, A. E. Humphries, C. C'McLean, Fred Home. 37. B. J. Sebl, C. S. Farrow, LouIb , Bonnell, J, B. Roes. I L'S. Major Jack Ross Chapter. ; 29. W. Symonds, Dr. Rusk. ! 110. A. M. Dowsley, R. S. Winter, j 31. A. B. Hogg, W. Heslop, R. P. i WftUate. S 112. Chas. McClenaghan, J. A. Uav- j idson, C- M. Geddes. .; aiiie period \ ear. Deaths at Vancouver Vancouver, tie;. .M. Wl'.tl tile iiuiii her of Spanish influenza cases between li'iti and l.Vm, the health tli-p.mmitnt and medical Mutts ot the i :!>� ihU morning wen- Increasing their efforts In Unlit the epidemic. Six dentils among civilians and two in the military were reported up to hi-t night, making a total of .'!.': death* from the malady, ttiilfh appears to be spreading slowly. Not a section ol the city li tree from It. New cases of th disease recorded by the health authorities this jnorn-Inif numbered los. making the total officially known ca^es 1.27.", Nine Deaths at Moose Jaw . I�� four hospitals and man-, beitu: tietited at home. HuslnesHes are iriiphil and only essential work I* being c.ittleil on. Indian! on the F!l� Hills and gu'-A|i|i"lle reserves in S�ikatehe\v�n wiil rmtltzc $120,000 from tk9 gale ,f 'i,,;(r', 'tmUttUt AGENT GENERAL FOR ONTARIO IS DEAD Toronto. Oct. 21.-Information hag been received at the parliament buildings of the death in London, (C Richard '{el'l. agent-general for Ontario in Kngland. ;. * .;. .;. � * * ^ v ;. number of influenza and pneumonia cases in this city is approaching the 200 mark. Gait hospital has for some days been overcrowded and several adjacent householders have been asked to take four or live cases each. Wesley Hall is being titled up as aj hospital and will- bo ready for occtt-; puncy In the morning. If this cannot | handle all the cases other suitable,1 buildings will i,o fitted tip Messrs. Alexander and Thompson., the two health officers from Kdmou-j ton, are completing the necessary ar-i rongements for safeguarding the cityj and leave for Medicine Hat this after-1 noon. j Many Deaths In Ontario. , Toronto. Oct. 20.-That the Spanish | influenza epidemic throughout the pro-i vlnce has not yet reached ita peak was the assertion of Dr. J. W. S. Me-Cullough, chief medical officer of health for tho province, issued tonight. I'p to noon Sunday, 50 deaths had been registered at the Toronto city hall, making the total f pv your clwUireit lols of milk ,vi>ti know the Ix-st uml most ccoiiomicitt food Nnture provides. Now you ran always have- fresh, pure milk itt the house for lliom- when they need it- for breakfast cereal, for the lielweeti-menls drink, before going to bed Carnation Milk "front Contented Cows." Carnal ion Milk m>im\s to you in uniform quality-pure, whole milk, evaporated to the consistency of ereutn. Nothing but wnler is lukeii from this rich, pure milk. Nothing is put Carnation Milk Products Company, Limited Aylmer, Ont., Seattle and Chicago Condenseries ct Aylmer anil Sprfngfitlil, Out. CanxJit Pood Board Llccm** M-*� and M'*7 in to sweeten or to preserve it. ('aruation Milk stays fresh and sweet .simply hecattstt it in atrrili&d and sealed safe in air-tight cans. To reduce its richness, dilute it with water you then have nourishing, fafe milk for your children to drink. Itrmrmhrr you can use Carnation MMk for errrylhing ciKiking, creaming vegetable!, as cream fer coffee, ele. It U drlicioili when "whipp'-d" hill it fir-l, of course). And it is alwiiys handy, nlwayx fruh, nlwaya pure the only milk supply your iionie needs. Order three or four cans in the new tall size with your groceries-your grocer Is the Carnation Milkman. Carnation Milk 7rpm Conf�nffd CoWj' made in canapa 544124977??7250? 37 ;