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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER i, into 11KKALD PAGE SEVEN invr 0 LLAKKti THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block New Clothes for the Holiday Sl.ylos to suit tlie most exacting taste in No-.vost Suits nnd Coats, Skirts ami Drosses, Hosiery and Gloves, (JolC Jackets, Siik Coats and Knitted Sols. A most timely and attractive showing featured here every garment as cheap or cheaper than similar styles have sold for during: previous seasons. _________ Latest Suit; Styles Handsome New Coats and up to and up to Black, navy, green and grey wors- teds. Latest belted coats and full flare skirts. A lovely allowing or the large, loose, roomy garments. Belted or plain. SILK HOSE Heavy Italian and glove silk. All the want-i'.I colors. AA 51.00 CASHMERE HOSE In la-lies' s.zw. Kxccptioiinl values for this soafcoii. (JJ1 ftfl 7nc, S3c and ipl.UU CHILDRfu'S HOSE A full of film- ribbed goods. Silk lisle and cashmere. White black and oilier Cft_ colors. 30c to OUC Silk Coats, Wool Golfers and Knitted Sets SILK" COATS. Beautiful quality. JAEGER GOLFERS. I'addy, old rose, Copenhagen, white and grey. Art to .JIO.UV KNITTED SETS. Coat, sash and cap. Beautiful brushed wool in paddy, yellow. Copenhagen. white, otc. Set and AA .UU BLACK DUCHESS SILK Three special values. Yard wide at AA and VIYELLA FLANNEL For children's dresses, waists, etc. 31 inches. Special value HAND BAGS A fine new collection. Black and all colors. to PHONE .1224 Mr. R. W. Guess today to spend a short vacation..at Cardstou. Mrs. H. W. Phillips. Qth avenue, has returned from a trip to-New York. Mr. and Mrs: Sliepherdr-aml chil- dren afternoon from Victoria, B. C, Mrs. A; children, who have been spending a holiday at Banff, have returned home. Mrs. W. Tangye of Boswell B. C., with her little son, is the, guest of her sister, Mrs. J. F. Hamilton. Mr, F. L. Walters, accountant of Bank of Commerce, leaves today m spend his holidays in Moose Jaw. Miss Susie' Bawden who has been holidaying at Banff is expected home on Sunday. Mrs. H. B. MacKay arriced from Granum yesterday to Join her kna- very pretty it is. Embroidery brims band, Mr, MacKay, of the Bank of Sailor hats, hata that turn up sharp- ly off the face, small hats with long floating veils, in fact, hats of every size are on at the millinery op- enings, and it is really difficult to Ray just what Hhape is the accepted style; It seems as If there are dif- ferent onea for every2 imaginable style of features. Perhaps tlie most radical change is to be round in the hats that turn up so abruptly In the front and very becoming are to. most people. Hats composed com- pletely of feathers are also new and they are very pretty, especially if worn with a circular veil. Then there are hats with indented brims, hats that arc rectangular and hats with tarn (ivowns. Colors are perhaps a little darker than those, of the spring, somewhat of H plum shade, ilar to the familiar sand, biirgandy. violet and citron or chartreuse are some of the most popular ones found on the hats. Fur. especially dyed squirrel, trims several of the hats and and appHqued silk embroidered flow- ers are also to be seen. But the veils, they are once more coming into their, own, and it seems that no longer should one buy veiling by the yard, but rather by the veil, as there are small circular net veils that go over the crown of the hat, ordinary figured veils, long chiffon veils of bright hues that hang down past the waist and veils that are composed of both net and chiffon, Panne velvet seems to be used this season, as.a rival to plush and plain velvet. Commerce staff. Mr. G. B. Rice, of the firm of Shepherd, ,Diinlop.; and. Rice, return- ed yesterday from spending the sum- mer with his parents in Nova Scotia. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Simpson are in Edmonton visiting their son, Mr. Wil- liam Simpson, who was recently mar- ried to Miss Ethel Stewart of this city. Mrs. H. M. Whldilington entertained at a thimble tea this afternoon in hon- At Miss Tilney-'s was noticed a Gage or Of ner gues't, Mrs. Howard Fulcher, mortal in the new Victoria poke shape Of Edmonton. of black velvet, simply hut effective- ly trimef' with black grosgraln ribbon. A raairve panne velvet hat] turned from Victoria, B. C .Mrs. Park- with a draped crown had as it sols i er waa away for the summer staying adornment two white feather flowers. jjr> and Mrs. W. A; Parkerimve re- superintendent, Mrs. J. K. Lovering. Although several members are still away about twenty-six were present. Supper was served on the lawn after games had been enjoyed. Last night a enjoyable evening was ppent at the home of Miss Zona Harleman, when she entertained a few of her friends, in honor of her seven-' teenth birthday. The evening was spent in games and music, after which refreshments were served. Mrs. A. Taylor pleasantly enter- tained her Sunday school class of St. Mary's church yesterday afternoon. About 40 children were present, who games on the lawn and then enjoyed a sumptuous supper in the parish hall. At the Orpheum Tonight entire change of program, The Empire Girls will present "The King of the Bo-Lo-Boo an Oriental bill of classy description. This is the best bill of their entire reper- toire. The plot centers on two Irish sailors who are stranded on an island owned by the Rajah of Turkey, and the funny and amusing situations keep' the audience in one constant uproar. The company is featuring the southern coon shouters and oriental dancers in this change of bill. Two large audi- ences greeted their two performances last evening. crown trimmed with a gold ornament. Another hat was of black satin with a sharp rolled brim, which was em- broidered in pastel shndea. At Miss Cameron's the new prunella was expressed ii and lier The Mission Band of Wesley church held their're-opening meeting yester- day afternoon at the home of their At the Empress Those who have never New York's famous Chinatown will he greatly interested in the authentic Scenes, photographed in that famous locality, for use in the Bluebird Photo- play, "Broken to be exhibit- ed at the Empress theatre tonight with Violet Mersereau enacting the role of Mignon, the American girl who is held; prisoner by the King of Chinatown, who traffics in opium and souls'. Those who-have been to Chinatown will be impressed anew by the strange inter- est the place has for sight-seers who visit New York's most celebrated neighborhood. The story of- "Broken Fetters" is told while.: thrilU follows thrill, in the exciting photoplay. The battle oE wits that is followed by brute force in vigorous encounters iiitensi- exact ending of the narrative is not to be even surmised until the final scene in the gripping romance. At MISH MeLeays a most noticeable] hat of this j hat was a puritan, sailor of burgandyj simile of. velvet trimmed with bands velvet with a'bow of silver ribbon as of squirrel fur dyed brown. Beige and the only trimming. Navy blue and char- dark brown with a touch of burnt or-jtreuse, were well a roll- ange and trimmings of brown fur made j ing. sailor of navy blue trimmed up a hat of particular beauty. wings firthe'chartreuse shade. Fall ..Opening Septa 5th Garbutt Business College 411 EIGHTH ST. S., l.ETHBRIbGE r Demand arid Supply For some time now the demand for Office Help has greatly exceed- ed our supply. We arc thereforo offering to worthy students the op- portunity of paying for their tuition from after graduation. Only a limited number will be accepted on Credit Plan. j Hours: NIQHT and Thursday 7.30 to 9.30. DAY present we are running on special summer hours, 3 a.m. till 1 p.m., but on the date of Fall Opening, we will revert to regular school hnura, 9 a.m. till 12, and till'4 p.m. For the week commencing 28th, in addition to the present hours, the Office will be open from 3.30 till 5 p.m. for inqujrers. A. M. FISHER PRINCIPAL' RESIDENCE PHONE 1531. OFFICE ffHO.ME, 1315. At Sfarlancl .j The popular Lasky star.- Blanche Sweet, supported, by a splendid.'com- pany, including Th'eoilore' Roberts, Thomas Meigben and others; will be seen at tonight and tomor- row in "The an intensely gripping and unusual drama dealing j with the movement to free the Russian serfs from oppression.: This Lasky {feature is especially noted for its ac- .-curacy and atention to detail. A form- jier c-ostumer in the Imperial Court at i'Petrogr.id designed the military uni- forms and gowns used. All ot the in- terior scenes are exact replicas of tiimiis in the Royal palace at Vetro- grad. This is one of the moat start- ling productions ever shown 'on the At thp'-'Majestic Everything -points to a capacity house at Majestic Theatre on Mon- day next, Labor Day, Sept. 4th, when the' breezy English farce comedy "Charley's Aunt" will hold the hoards for both the evening performance and the, special matineo at 2.30. Coming direct, from a record breaking engage- meiitjpf one week at the Avenue Thea- j yancouver, the all-star Company interpreting the well known play will nurely give local playgoers a most do- Hfihtfui entertainment.' All seats are rnpidly selling at Kcilley's, and curiy reaervntion is advised .Ian and .Mischel Chftrniavaky. the noted Russian musicians .will ap- pear In concert at the' Majestic on Sept. 9tli. Xo small iniportaiu'c can he our Bargain every week end. Today's Jist Ls by extra special Saturday Specials from the Men's Wear Dept. Men's Hose All light weight in silk and silk lislr- in colors of black, blue, tan, year! ami green. Regular iiOc. Saturday special..... Men's Soft Cuff Negligee Sliirts In assorted patterns. All sixes. Regular 51.00. 7Qx- Saturday Men's Soft Collars In small and large sizes. All colors. Regular 20c. A Saturday special each Men's Linen Collars In small and sizes. Regular 20 cents. Saturday, each....................................... 5c Hoiisefurmshing Specials for Saturday YVestinyhoiise Lamps Insure always a perfect light. GO Watt size. A A Very special, 3 for 1 American Silkoline inches in a handsome assortment of colors to select O9 from. Suitable for comforter coverings, etc. Special, per yard 5 Knockabout Dolls Neatly dressed. Regular 25 and 30 cents. 1 A Special, each Kitchen Cutlery Sets Containing li useful pieces ot cutlery. Regular Q8f> Special, each.............................................. JUl. Dry Goods Specials for Saturday 100 Pairs Turkish Towels 19 by 38. Striped grey and white. On sale Saturday. 100 'Boxes Madapolam In 10 yard lengths. Lily of the Nile Madapolam. Very fine duality. 33 inches'wide. Regular 35c per yard. Y2 inches 'wide in io'yard''lengths: On'Sale'Saturday Yard 500 Pairs Double Thread' Lisle Hose In black only. Size to 10. On Sale Saturday. Neatly boxed, 10 yards for 100 Pairs Hemmed Pillow Cases Size 40, 42 and 44. Made from best heavy English Cotton. OC_ Washed ready for use. On sale Saturday, pair JOL Boots and Shoes Repriced for Saturday Children's Patent Button Kid Top Boots Hubert ivelt. Cushion sole. Size -t'6 10 7V4 HCBUlar price 52.25. Saturday special ijjl.JJ Ladies' Nice Kid Bl-.-.cher Oxfords Wiln patent toe cap. A very nice good wearing shoe in It) Sack 98 It) Sack LIQUID AMMONIA 2 bottles POWDERED AMMONIA Beg. lOc. B pkts...... EGGO BAKING POW- OA- DER. 1 tins....... tiVC BON AMI. Cake or pow- op clerecU for ti3C KRINKLE CORNFLAKES Special. for................. SHREDDED WHEAT 2 PARIS PATE. The new delicacy. 2 tins FISH PASTES 'Keiller's. Lobster, Shrimp, Sal- mon, Anchovy or er, per 29c 25c 25c PETTIJOHN'S BREAKFAST FOOD. per packet SARDINES. H. B. Co.'s noted Beaver Brand of Norwegian Sardines. Special, 2 tins BROOKFIELD CREAMERY BUTTER. 2 Ibs........-........ ROSE'S CELEBRATED JUICE CORDIAL. Special GRAPE JUICE. Pints CREAMETTE3. 2 packets......... Cross Sour Mixed Chow Chow. Qt Sealers ...----_ PICKLES Crosse ,Blackwell's Walnuts, Onions or Gherkins. Per bottle RICE. Good sound. 4 Ibs. POWDER; 2 OLD DUTCH CLEANS. ER. 3 tills LUX. ROYAL CROWN SOAP per GOLD DUST large packet APPLES. Good eating. 3% Ibs............. PLUMS. Reit or yellow. per pouiia'..7----.... 75c LIME 35c 25c 25c Brand. 35c ck well's 40c 25c 25c 25c 25c 22c 22c 25c lOc lOc 30c lOc PEACHES. Special per pound BARTbETT PEARS. per dozen BLACKBERRIES Special, per box EXTKA SPECIALS OLIVES. Lunch Queen or Man- zanillas. 16 oz. bottles. Reg- ularise. VeiV special TOMATO SAUCE. Largttbottles Reg 3oc Spepial, per bottle WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP. 4i (i 23 Sirs Tea Sugar Special 20 ibs. ;B.C. SUGAR 1 Ib! Red Rose T" Tea Cocoa Special 20 C. SUGAR and Half Pound tin Cowan's AC Perfection Cocoa Stii.vJ GRAPE'JUICE CA Quarts.... GRAPE CIDER. Reg.. -TOe -gal. Extra special per gal Jugs extra 3J7C APPLES. Good cooking G pounds BARTLETT PEARS. For pre- serving.' OC 20c lOc 27c 25c 35c 45c CHOC- 22c CLARKE'S VEAL LOAF Half pound tins CLARKE'S SOUP All kinds, per tin FRENCH MUSHROOMS Special, per tin CANNED TOMATOES J C Large size pack IvC TOMATO CATSUP 2 In. tins, 2 Cor CORN-MEAL Special; 10 Ibs Whole'WHEAT FLOUR 10 sack LOWNEY'S COOKING OLATE. Half pound cake SCHEPE'S Shredded.Cocoa- nut Special per Ib CRISCO tft pei tin, Sac 70c and