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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN T11K LETHBRIDGE DAILY HRRALD Tiirnsn.w. ocTOHi-in :n. i*>i� As long as you delay trying BLUE RIBBON TEA ao long do you postpone a pi ure easily acquired 'FLU NOT ANY , WORSE IN CITY Hclicvc Improving;-Have' lleen Fifteen Deaths From I he Disease CIS OF I ' Thv ir.nn-�-.i *:tiiati.ni ,n Mie city !oda.� �s no; ,im uersc. accordlm: I" Hi- fvVe>-v. v, i,.)i(.vi^ the �:>(,!-tier. '� i:".I".;;-.>; to improi c Two death- � �  s> ,k,\-i\ \a ;i: rli!.' , 'I:>- .>!h�T in :'ne i Uv. T\\fv a,lie t'-'w p. . ;> deaths -.rein Q ,!.,.m.-- .r .be , ,> mimcilUto 1. r '!'.:� and tc.c.rie- �b> :  ��}n-!;f�l a&.>;vt :or V.-.-v'''* :� >re tviii'tu'.'.) �b���n- .v.S "'-^V  :-- ase Th'-!'- is a ;:rf !;!{. a'r'.H>;jpU nwi*> volunteer -;s:a:;': have ,\in,.. fur v. ..rd r, 1 .,it .h�S::;: pood work In Suutr. Affia >',,;-:>.,in:; 1 iutn.T.ia U S'.rail'.t.R timwgn the na-S.mte -mall i omnium-:'�*- i-.iic ':)!:: .lime-.--: ' 1 e.-.ip".-,>Toly ^'ip � i ' t\: di^ta-e '�:!i t'.es to \i: ��...'�!.' '.i'.1 . o'in'ry. but il\i> inwn; ;'.i;>:-i'.'. .,-sumltV nm'tual  *i o.: Th- death rate in Kmtlwrty -.I- .)'.':��� f:.in i� per t.f :.">?:'... .*n�i p;i.n:i!''y .-. sir�i':>r : .i: : :.> w'.'j V- r?cnTiW. ,:i > Apt- TV ->.vh � ' o. :i?:t i a" '��!! � �t r.-.i S\ kr? �a: , ' ,!: '. . ::y Th.-  :i 1.. .> 'cour.iging Repc.-ts .'lior:-: i ^ an-v ' i �>> h�r >.�; 4: bi'iv iv. ' ir:erm (T.: .\!i Iri�!i i'B. rhln-; i im�- ' DEATH 4- CR*NBROO"i r.\ p:~ Does \ our Food Gel Acquainted With Your Teeth ) IN r w r�i�. ar-  ' ':r  .r. '!:*! h-.:i;!.v  � �:. j.frT..- � * v.vir f.. . ' tbtrtiLfh';. '  .��.,! !: .: ' f ut Jf r li. an.] :  H ll.ir-.-- '�� ':i .: f ti iron. u I � :�  � �re brnu*h' up �.'.. �. jo'! with tb> fir-* lo�'.l�fh�-. V. ;.v war. u:.'.! >, t�-th ur- n. far i'..�o;i �h'!i it i .ir. !> -a\ You* owe natural t-'.!. a:-htv.r: '.huu the be?- .tr:ifu on�� 1.4}' v.)'.;: .1 ::-..r.-r :i->  ;-.� I.>i t r.i in r. Kt'Hi '.' h '!';;.' iu.irii ..;' t '.'.>  al'. i,-;U>JinK.� -uiiai'i" >'� in.-ial 1' .ar.l of Iieai'.li. ; -  -nali't. til'' U'irt a "uj),-�� mil n> iuii. � ..'iii^:tiir.u' ;i>-> a." ntiai>)>- ti> u^Uit-ration * a* Rivei> tot.." �i!!h!ii,::. p. rcjoi'r.ion was ),a- ;f->l. *.iat 'i"' Miners' lii>rar> bo imni"'!.-a,.'.; ,'iriKil nviT t.'> It Vialbrait'.i a'.nl ',);. i.yr.H. to '�( ipa'l a. a tomnoniry i'.o.-pi'S'i 'or til", cmploycf..; of (lait mines ana rnoir d�>p it-.-arint; suitable a�"' otninoriatioti 'or infltif-nzn can-s. l>y liaving I'at-ta pi iiig:- Hln-r^ tht>y can r--. of care and \y; doinif rfrst th'- >])rt'ail of tln> ,i i- oiilil-bf.-t HE TTie Foo^ Toggery SHOES FOR ALL AGES THE BEST INVESTMENTS !N LETHBRIDGE fc TODAY Canada's Victory Bonds and Shoes purchased from and fitted by us BOTH ARE SAFE AND PAY YOU GOOD DIVIDENDS BUY THEM NOW W. J. Nelson & Co. COH. THIRD AVE. AND SEVENTH ST. S.~SHERLOCK BLDG. est Si i In the Best Obtainable Merchandise, and Moderately Priced With this big store, with its splendid new stocks, with its convenient arrangement, with its exceptional light, with all the shopping advantages you would meet with in cities many times larger than Lethbridge, wc are prepared as never before to most adequately and satisfactorily supply your every need in outer and undergarments, hosiery and gloves, millinery and furs, misses' and children's weear and all lines of general dry-goods. THEN THERE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT MATTER OF "PRICE" WHICH HAS BEEN THE OUTSTANDING FEATURE OF THIS BUSINESS SINCE OPENING. WITH THE HEARTY CO-OPERATION OF LEADING WHOLESALERS AND MANUFACTURERS WITH WHOM WE HAVE DEALT FOR YEARS, AND BY PERSISTENT LOOKING AND CAREFUL INVESTIGATION, WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO PRESENT VALUES, IN SCORES OF CASES, FULLY AS GOOD AS THOSE OF A YEAR AGO; AND A STOCK IN GENERAL OF HIGHEST QUALITY WHICH MEETS OR BEATS ALL COMPETITIVE PRICES. ^ ^^r^.^^vw^r^� Th':i- is no inti'iilloii of ilie I'liii-dp.-.'!'- A is! Society to control any of tno (-xp-ntliiure attai i:i.,| to tin- up- , iii-tr'ji of tiio shelter hire and tin- pur nuance of the wot'.: of the aid.'' .-aid Hi'v. A I-'. .Snow, chairman of the aid. to the Herald this iimrniiiR. Mr. Snow took exception to Mayor Hardier interpretation of the aid's retpiest that the control of the probation officer paEs dii'cei. to the aid. instead of being in the police department aK at present .Mr. Snow stated that they \vere only asking for something that the other citii:- of tiie province had already obtain'.-.1. He stated that much difficulty was o'-eiirrinK from time to time j relative to the. performance of duties i,y the probation officer, there beln^ iici-i'.nKJiially clashes between the aid aiei tin- city police department an to j duties that, were to l>e performed, and it was fel> by the. aid that if the proba- | t:cm officer were under their direct control, the -work could, be pursued to better advantage. Tim expenditure!! in connection witli the work would' still be controlled by tlin city. I "Not one dollar of our money hanil ever been spent without the O. K. of!| the city authorities." Hair) Mr. Snow, | "and furthermore, the. commlHsloners j are ex-officio members o? our aid, and bre at liberty to cume to the ineetiiujH i W at any timo." _, m n 2>pecsa es in o S Silk Lisle Hcse. V.:u .1 tti'c. brown ..:i,i Ian. O. S. Silk Lisle Hose. I'.lacL. white .md ;,,iis. . . Heavy Silk Hose, a! value* as five ye;i'-: �'ye .......... dorr 50c 75c -'. same 1.00 mi Suits and Coats, Skirts and Dresses, Waists, Underskirts, Kitnonar.. etc. Every garment new this season and featuring for Friday and Saturday variety and values of a moat unusual character. Beautiful Siik Hos bis isriety .y , hoi. . very special sp.d stripes. 2.00 Pure Wool Cash. Hose. . an I;,)..,,' s.es fine. 1.75 Ladies' buicK i-nly. all la sires !!1 ,-tock. . . ...... Colored Cashmere Hole pure u not b: on p. :an and 'aiip' . . . ....... Storm Serge Suits, navy, taupe, brown.. Men's Wear Serge Suits, nav: brown, black, etc. $-.50 and Handsome Novelty Suits. series, broadcloths, etc.. all colors. S.'iii.cm to ................ Fur Trimmed Suits. Iiand-soiuest uevelties of the reason. ?'."i".�(i to ...... Wonderful Values in Coats, tweeds ami chinchillas. I;.0i> 35.00 tuts. naw. 45.00 y Suits. etc.. all 67.50 !. hand- 100. Coats. . Ian:- 32.50 Pretty New Girls' Coats, sizes S to 11 wars, tweeds ami plain ";'n!,\'!^:........20.00 50.00 11.50 Hunt colored ud>. all 8.50 to .............. Handsome New Velour Coats, laupes. browns, blue!", etc.. in all sizes:. $4'j.r>J.r,u and ................ Dogskin Walking Gloves. Ladies' Soft Cuff Motor Gauntlet................. Infants' Pure Wool mitts. At ...................... 1.25 1.25 2.65 4.50 65c Stocks of Oraderwear now nearing completion Union Suits, low tied:, ankle leiiKVh. Ladie: ; 1-evele S'J.ab to Ladies' Union Suits, ankle length V-neck. . lion sleeves ..L'.r.ii to .............. Natural Wool Union Suits, ret' ular iiim extra lai'K"; sizes, ankh b-m-'th. Ioiik sleeves, hi^h 5.00 : length, 4.50 win mi Silks to k proud of MANY WEAVES ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO GET, MANY COLORS AND DESIGNS NOT SHOWN IN OTHER STORES; MANY VALUES IMPOSj SIBLE TO EQUAL ELSEWHERE. 4.50 Silk and Wool Union Suits, ankle or knee p-nKtliH, short sleeves or :r:"" ..........5.00 Boys' and Girl6' Union Suits, while and natural color, �J jj/v sizes > to 12 years. %'i:it> to �J*9U Children's Sleepers, all sizes, ? 1.00 to ............ 1.50 New Plaids and Stripes, ntirac live new novelty dre.-.; goods; that are almost impossible to buy any where, many new designs o f?f\ and colors................ fa>9v Handsome New Novelty Silks, stripes and checks, many new lines Just in litis week, � wonderfully attractive varietv of choice, j rii\ $2.50 to .................. *t.UU Plain Serge and Granite Cloth, very special values in wine, ffreeu, (attpe and tan. Inch, is exceptionally good quality for girls' school Crepe de Chine, same year u\\u, all colors in stock.................. nee as a 1.75 Special Value Habutai Silk, ; f11c-1111ifI weight :W, inches, fine even weaves, splendid to wash and wear, colors ivory, flesh, maize, sky, dell', paddy, black-, etc. 1.25 IV f 1.75 Crepe Poplin Silk, a new finish in a poplin weavo, very rich for dresses, skirts, etc. lit; inches wide, shown in all the rich fall colorings such as taupe, brown, burgundy, green, blue, n or wine, plum, etc........................ lL�uO Durability Silk. Very rich and pretty, very strong and durable, washable and extra good to wear. IP! inch, colors ivory, sky, flesh, 1 *7 C maize, old rose, black, etc............. 1.1 0 Novelty Worsted Suitings, smart now checks with over chock, 5-1 inches wide, lovely rich cloth, in prettiest, shades of green, taupe, .wine, A pn brown, blue, and burgundy............. �l.Jv Complete Mew Stock of Iran! Goods; t Opened up this Week Ladies' Sweaters and Knitted Jackets, Boys' Sweaters in all sizes, wool caps and toques, scarf and cap sets, wool) shawls, baby jackets, baby overalls, etc. j CLARKE & CO. 614 3rd Avenue Sooth Lethbridge - - Alberta ;