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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN VHP. r.KTHumnr.p. HMI.Y THURSDAY, OCTOHEU 25, 1917 Lmphasizing the Fact that it Means Satisfaction and Economy to JT .________________________________________- _______' Satisfaction in the high standard of merchandise; in the exceptionally wide variety ol1 choice presented for your approval; in-the quick and courteous service at your disposal; and economy forcibly demonstrated throughout every department which offers values a quarter to a third less than present prices warrant. EARLY AND LIBE ABUNDANT STOCK ASSURANCE NOT ONLY FOR LARGEST VARIETY OF GENERAL DRY-CJOODS AND READY-TO-WEAR, RUT OF UNM ATCHARLE VALUES AS WELL. STUDY EVCII ITEM LISTED HERE CAREFULLY, AND MAKE A PERSONAL INSPECTION AT YOUR EARLIEST FIND EVERY DEPART- MENT WELL PREPARED TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS AND OFFERING FULL VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND. ER-VL PURCHASES OF ALL LINES INCREASING IN PRICE HAVE PLACED US IN THE FORTUNATE POSITION OF HAVING SECURED 2K AT OLD MANY CASES AS LONG AS TWELVE AND FIFTEEN MONTHS THAT WE CAN GIVE YOU EVERY In an unusually large variety of cholct- We have been buying thes: lines al every opportunity wlltre prices were below the average and now present for your approval un- doubtedly Ihe values you will see In any store In this country. 1 LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE. Siios to 10 In. 1 Special values at 50.-, 65c, 75c, SOc and l.UU GIRLS' CASHMERE HOSE. Plain and lice ribbed, "rr Slies GV4 to 10 in- Various Erodes al 45c to I JC BOYS' JAEGER PURE WOOL HOSE. Very heavy riu. Splendid to sizes to 10. Wonilcrlul value -i nn al B5c, SOc, 9sc and INFANTS' CASHMERE HOSE. Very scarce Cream, black, sky, pint, cardinal, etc LADIES' HEAVY Special values ID all the K-anteJ colors. At .940c .1.00 DRESSMAKING We have a first class dretsrrakcr and are now In a position to execute your orders for sklrtSj coats. waists on malerials purchased here. Prices reasonable. 'inest 'Knitted Goods Sweaters, Golfers, Skating and .Street Seta, Caps Toques, Tsms. etc., In women's, misses' and QirlG' sizes- A j splendid variety of choice in this stock and pricfs that surprise you in face of prevailing conditions. CHILDREN'S TOQUES AND CAPS- rn i.ou i LADIES'WCOL CAPS. 1 O rn At to i.DU 'LADIES'WOOL TAMS. to............................. LADIES' SWEATER COATS. '53.50 to............................ LADIES' KNITTED SETS. A lovely variety o[ j r- styles and colors at lo.............. 1 U.DU CHILDREN'S SWEATER COATS. Jaeger pure wool in copenrjgaen, old rose, etc. at to .2.50 10.00 NO BITE BABY SHAWL. good i fjv Spaciil value at S2.50 to H.DU NEW FURS and OUTER GARMENTS and SATURDAY FRESH ARRIVALS THIS WEEK OF LADIES' VELOURS. AND PLUSH COATS; NOVELTY SKIRTS IN PLAIDS, STRIPES, CHECKS AND BLACK AND FANCY SILKS; LATEST DRESSES OF SERGE, SILK AND CREPE DE CHENE; KNITTED AND SWEATER COATS AND SKATING SETS; AND SOME OF THE FINEST NEW FURS WE HAVE YET TO SHOW IN SEPARATE MUFFS AND SCARFS DB MATCHED SETS. A slock ol miter garments presenting; by far the widest variety of choke within 'your reach ami the best values. FINEST PLUSH COATS. Plain neat style. Sizes up to 41. Deli- ft nn ed or loose. 540.00, 545.00 and-L..................... 3U.UU FUR TRIMMED PLUSH COATS. Beautiful nfir garments. All exclusive wiln Uiis store. Fur of Natural Coon, etc. PA Al 567.50 to .-...X.. 0 I .JU FINEST BABY LAMB COATS. Very rich and dressy. Sizes up n r ftft to 41. Lined throughout. Extra special values at 527.50 to JJ.UU HANDSOME VELOUR COATS. Plain colors In most attractive and dressy styles pi the season. IJurgundy. green, brown, navy, j black, etc. Loose and pleated style irhh 532.50 to 50.00 35.00 COSY MOTU.. <-OATS- Very beavr, pure wool materials In mix- ed tweed and plain colors. Sizes up lo 44. Special j r nn values al 525 00 to............................. YOUNG LADIES' COATS. Seat yelnu'ra anfl small cliecS- ed effects iu brown, green, grey, navy and other colors. }17.50 to.......................... BIG WOMEN'S COATS. Sizes up'to 46 and Made o[ plain all TVOOI cloths in chinchillas, frelzes, tweeds, etc., in various colors and black kersey of excellent quality; At lo.............................___'. NEWEST MATCHED SUITS. Plali and novelty effects. An ei- reptionally fine showing of pure wool serges, poplins, etc. Colors green, grey, navy, black, etc. Small, j r nn regular and large sizes up to J6. Prices lo 43iUu HUDSON.SEAL COATS- Best obtainable quality, made oa loose, graceful lines. Full sweep, sell collar and cuffs._AOAA la Inch. Special.......................1........ FINEST BEAVER COAT. Made In same styles as aboTC. Finest Canadian Dearer, dark rich brown, -well matched skins. Special RED FOX SETS. Very popular IMs season. Tivo loi'elr styles. Very deer red, Full furred, (Irst quality sets. HUDSON SEAL AND SABLE SET. Cape style with convertible 'collar, mufl In newest shapes with combination fur la match. Special......................... LOVELY MATCHED SETS of Iceland Fox. Natural Coon aud Wolf, Hudson Seal, and fox and 'Children's Sets 61 various grades. NEW NOVELTY SKIRTS. A lovely lot just, to hand this Including In blue, brown .or green, wllli "black. I-ntesl wool plaids nnd stripes nr AA "colorings and fancysilks as well. to SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES. A wonderfully attractive showing .In all the best styles of the season, featuring small women's, 'regular women's and large women's sizes up to 40. J 13.50 to................................ HEAVY VELOUR KIMONAs! Splendid variety'ot these cosy garments, In light and dark colors. Various -I A -styles nt M.SO, J7.SO, 58 SO and 1U.UU' Dress Goods and Silks Splendid variety 9nd unmatchable values the ouIsland- 'Ing sf '.Ms popular department. Do not buy out first icelng lines, they are one-quarter to one-half under value right now. 1.25 90c 1.50 1.40 SERGES AND CASHMERES. Various colors........... V1YELLA FLANNEL. Big variety, light and darlt. Per yard GRANITE CLOTH. 12 Inch. Various colors. Per yard DIAGONAL SERGE. Brown. navy, rmrpk', black, etc. 42 BROADCLOTH SUITING. Lovely quality, navy n Art Waek fell. GO Inch. Speclnl, yard..........O.UU CREPE DE CHENE AND DUCHESSE SILK. 3G Inch. A full slock ot all the wanted colors. Special 1.75 NEW NOVELTY SILKS. Latest slrlpes and new Clieney silks ]D largo Iloral designs BLACK DUCHESSE SILKS. 3G in, Kprclal values o n r at 52.00 and L.Lj A 1 TIL Amvais I his Week IN NECKWEAR AND VEILING, HAND BAGS, GLOVES, WAISTS. CORSETS, ETC. o AVE. SOUTH Stocks of Underwear. Now at the highest point of completeness In sizes for children, young1 ladles' regular and extra large women's sizes. Vslues'on this season's goods are much above ther average so women tell '.us who have looked around. Allf were bought before the pig advance was put on. LADIES' UNION SUITS. llcgulnr ami 0. S. etzcs, In long sleeves. Iiteh nock, short cleaves, (low neck, .f ankle or knee length. 51.50, O.UU GIRLS' UNION SUITS. Natural color or rchltc'n Sizes for girls from 4 to 14. AL to...... VESTS AND DRAWERS, Complete range Cif qualities and prices, at 9 9 1.25 4.00 SOc, FLEECED SLEEPING SUITS. Splendid heavy weight. Sizes t to 12 nt 51.00 to .JAEGERS PURE WOOL BLOOMERS. Knee IcngUl Shovn in various'Colors. Special............ V I I INCREASE IN DEPOSITS 'Ottawa, Ocl. month- ly: bank .statement .issued by the department ol finance shows an increase in notice de- posits For August nolice de- posits totalled Tne total Cor last month xvas Dunne the same period, call loans in Canada In- creased from lo I delegate ol the ivort men's and. sold- iers' council to the Inter-allied confer- ence at Paris, declared at a meeting jof Ihe congress of peasanl'a dcpijlles today that the Paris conference must franfcly state the'conditions on which the allies are lo make peace and that the war must be'Jinished In j Jhc shortest period- possible: The plant at Niagara Falls, Ont., Is only about fifty percent. In other 'words, if the company lo the best advanlage the thiey take from r. FR II Pi the Niagara river they would lie pro- I In I iVdurinB horso poorer more than l l i ILLU [hey are realfrlng at the present time, 4 MID BOWLS IBHEIfllD Blllout, Htadichy, Sick, for tour Bid Brulh, Get a IQ-ceni box. ft Caacaret tOnlgnt to Stomach Rtid newels, ond roa ifJJl surely Teel ireal by XOQ nen and women who bare head- ton sue, A cold, art Llfoni, neiTOUB, upaet, bolbered wflti fawy, disordered etomacb, or .backAcbe and feel all worn out. 'Are you keeping, your bowele clean merely forcing pamfftway few din irltfe fulls, Mtbartk pHle or culor CiMarvU cleanse and regulate the elonmch, remove iho BOUT, tadlccsted and lennentloe food and fonJ Uke the excess bile from liver and carry off the constipated matter and poltoa from tho lonlshUwIll gttralfiblen jou oui'by.jnonijpx. A Ifr h'tftnl box from: nleans bowel action; clear, head cheerfuloeBB.-'for monthi. pon'l E'leriel Pelrbjjrad, Ocl, circles and indemnities he added; must be cx- accordlng to Ihe.l7.vestla the organ ot pressed clearly. '_ the workmen's and soldiers' council, Russia, M. Shobelefr mual sel- ere interoslort the visit to Premier CU all her internal nuarreta before the Kerenshy by Sir George Buchanan, conference. Otherwise the-.epnferencc iOie Driliah ambasaador, .which Is be knowing the wcaiinos's 'of'-Russia, lleved to bo connected vrllh Ihe In- might make conditions whlct would be structiona given M. Skobelctf, dele- unaccepted. I gate ot the workmen's anJ solclfera to j [the Paris conference. The Izrcatla I learns thai Foreign Minister Tore-! s'chcnko will an emphatic dec- laration before Hie iire.lminary parlia- ment with a vicn- to dispelling the trd iraprcasjon Skobeleffa Instruc- tion 3 arc" reported la nave created. M. Tereslchentfo, it Is said, of Ihc opinion that any deilre for peicc al '.he present would be prejudicial lo Irilcresta. Ho will empMdlce especially .that every lack of nf ibe Russian armies means a. poslpona-, ment of peace. Altitude l Pelro'grad, Oct. SkobclcffJ of peace without annexallong Charge Mndc That Hig Power Co. Plant Only 50 Percent. Efficient Toronto, Oct. toanufac- said Acres. The commission Is asked to deter- Montreal. Oct. The Herald (Liberal) which on Tuesday nnnonnc- mine what Tvould be a fair price tor the bydro electric commission lo w for the excess power said to bo gen- eratcil In the event of Ihe Ontario ;cj aa dttawa'riatc lino thai tile gorernmenl laklns the excess iioivtr, Igovcrnmcni was lo abandon conscrlp- In order lo set first hand Informa- iOU3y publishes the following: tion regarding certain points turer. of munitions ft, are. have cropped up-the inomhcrs of thai an crying out In vain for electrical cner- J commission will probably visit the cmphallc denial lo the story puu.lsh- may be, selective conscrlpllon Is noiv Lho law of the land and mnat ho obeyed. "Every Canadian, worthy ol Hie name, wants to VMI this war. This Is (he method Canadian govern- ment. lias chosen. PARDEE NOMINATED IN WEST LAMBTON Snrnla, Oct. lion. K. II. CarveM, nilnJater of public works, ad- dressing a convention i today re- afHrrncd tlio nomination of F. Par- dec as Liberal' candidate In rtcclnrcd lliat Iho winning of the war WGS IJiu first corisldcralloii IS SATlSFIfD. a trip western Canad..i In connection Mlll- Ir.ry. Sendee Act, IS. StHl, or the dep rt ent of OLliwi, 7'atcl toliy th'jl {lie dr.iJL Llli worked out aifiEti Eolng Just abuuL-33 .We cx- he said. T. thousands of horse power are be- t'a113 plant on Satur- iho Tuesday "Irs pBTDianently lost every ay OTT ne to rne ly designed nt-'elopniEnt This day af.u proper-, tre given last hy li. rj. Acres, br- draullc of thr! i Po'vcr fi J i and Total of 1222 Men Have Now Reported for Service f to do .share In thai great causo that he had entered tlic new admiriis- trallon. .Tlio convention today was anything but harmonious. There was a reeling Mr. I'.irdeo harljifj left lib parly on (lie ctmscrl.tlloti Is- anil Ijolli ho nitd .Mr. G'arveM at lint government In [ended postponing Hie further operation o[ the military ser- vice act. 'We accept llinl z-lattnient mire- -RcrvciIIy anl If Ihc puhllralfon l of tliri story lisa in any way effected operation of urcllmlnapy work, length rxjilnlncd (heir alllluilc on the "Ilia Krril! aiya now and hM nl- military service act, the question ways snlii lln{ it is Uio rtuty of every whlcli they i raiiii nny In an'efjt'-'l inlli- 2'-f 10 nrrrslnt till Iiloin ami jjovcrn btm- tortci1 to "nlit Wilfrftl ;ary Al- in With 20 reilslrallons during the honnl, anil [Inally, II cxtminatlnn la' past 21 hours, Lclhb'-Mgc liassoj the asked, before tho exemption trlbun- mark today. 01 those who have als: lnl! ,onl" .ot reslatered under the act 163 have an- cedure by the plied for exemption and 45 for eer- aulhorltlca.' vice. The service, applications form I t -21.0 per cent of the total. I Ocl. abou l one- I sixth or the men In class one of Ihc to go yet It b ex- Mrylce acl havn would Ije 133. H la pliln therefore (hat (he eiemplfon irlbunals will rt llpna In order lo fill the pro' In'ce'a rjuola. ft Ts now he lag r.nrBarv Ori M_I nz iirar nil lhls 1028. were m, JU reports on mm for scrtlcc. Tho total lo dale slunda Class.) thai the steps they must (o'.lows: forma1- received 9542; flr.-l to reTl.iler at the pat cblms for exemption S320; reports for jldce, then appear tefcrc the medical ECFV.CC 1222, Some hoH