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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta H1K LETHBnmCE OAILY HERALD TTTURSDAY, SKPTF.MRER S, 10 per cent loss; 'ban 'lie actual man ufncUire; V price of today. Tliivv o.' our value.- -p-ifo doesn't allow ill]I details-� liti: the'" are �n ind.ention "f 'he value* of: t-e,l TiiIk.' Nay's Ir..* :.\niifiil patterns. No. neC Converters, size 60x72. .ic!i ................. $4.50 No 7(>. "Kosry" Brand, size tojx ~2. each ............... $4.50 No A A. SIHkoline Comforters. -:.e 72x72. each ....... $5.00 No 4-. SiKkolino Comforters -ft" 'e',x74. each ...... $5.00 No. ."Ix, Sifkoline Comforters. -i.-e f,e,x72. ea-h ....... $6.00 No 7!. Sllholiio- Comforters. fi2" C0x72. each ....... S6.00 An pxanf->it range of Satin Covered Comforters In color i ornbinations (>: pink. blue. cold. Ii'.own. preen, etc.. in Paisley mill other beautiful designs, prices from $2(i.0Q to 550.each. BLANKETS We .ire justifiably proud of our filonkets and chaH.'tnre comparison with any hons,� in Canada tor "jiriee and value. "Chinook Harvester." a 5 lb. blanket, size 50x70. per pair _____............v. $3.95 "Victor" Bkiukets. �" lb., in grey: only, size afixTG. per pair $6.00 "Imperial" Blankets. C lb., in grey onlv, size SQccTO. per pair ................ $6.50 No OS. Medium Grey, 6 lb . size a(ix70. per pair ....... $7.50 No 21. Medium Cfrey. 6 lb., size .ri6x7G. per pair ....... $3.06 No 45. Medium Grey. B lb . is. size ;4x7S. nih . . . . i......$5.50 "The Beacon." Hl't>ck Blankets. size 72x!tu, .-.-n-h...... . $6.50 "The Kumfy" U'(�)i-like Blanl. etv x4, per pair ..... $2.85 Size 11x4, per -.air ..... $3.S0 Size 12x4, per pair ..... $4.50 FINGERING WOOL ^ At prices umippvotichablo else where. "Our Challenge." 4 ply fineorinR yarn in black, white, tan. ro'l. brown and grey, price, per lb.................... $3.00 "Our Leader." l-ply finperinc varn in black onlv. price, per il>..................... $2.50 "Purple Heather." l-ply Scotch fiiiBcriiiK. in black and prey only, price, per lb.....$3.50 ' Our Special." a heavy -l-uly srey yarn, also sural! tpian if.v of khaki in above, prie. per lb................ $2.00 "Three Bee' Fingering Varn in black only, absolutely the high est grade made. at, per lb .................... $5.50 "Rod Heart." ;'. ply Wheeling Yarn in light grey and dark grey, price per lb. ... $3.00 "(ielsiia." a beautiful :'. ply King eriug. iu white only, price pet-lb..................... $3.C0 'Threw Bee" Zephyr, in colors brow n. green, red. blue, maroon, canary, pink, orange and white, per skein .. 22';c "Three Bee' Shetland Floss, col ors. prey, blue, navy, appb green, paddy, white, maize, red. black, pink, purple and gold, per skein .......... 30c TOWELS AND TOWELLING These are just a few of the many lines we carry, but each one is of superlative value. Whf'e Turkish Towels-Size 12xlS. price per pair 15c Size 12x24, price per pair 25c Size 15x30* price per pair 50c Size 16x36, price per pair 65c Size 1Sx3S, price per pair $1.00 Size 15x40, price per pair $1.25 Size 22x42, price per pair $2.00 An everyday Kitchen Towel, in fawn and brown per pair, 75c A most useful towel, combination 'awn and brown stripe, per pair, according to size, 75c, 90c and ........... $1.25 Roller Towels.*sire !Sx4S. In fawn and red, each 90c, $1.00 Cotton Huck Toweling, per yard ............ 25c and 35c Crash Towelling, 15 and IS in. wide, from 15c up to 35c per yard. White Terry Towelling, per yard ....... 45c, 50c and 75c "Special" Jloller Towelling, for rough use. per yard 20c to 35c Bath Mats In a creat variety, each, from____ $1.25 to $3.50 FLANNELETTES Flannelette In advancing rap-Idly in price. We are fortunate in having a heavy stock, bought at old time prices. Avail yourself of this chanr yard ....... 30c Pure White Flannelette, ;',2 in. wide, per yard ........ 32! ^c Pure White Flannelette. :15 in. wide, per yard .......... 3bc Light Grey Flanneletie. "S to ,*.(> in wide, per yard ...... 40c GALATEAS Heavy Striped Galatea*. "S to in. wide, per yard . 40c Light Striped Calateaa, in blues, tans and greys, per yard, 35c to .................. 40c PRINTS "Cruttts" Knglish. Prints;. 32 in wide, a large variety of pat-terns and colorings, "ith-r light or dark, tipocial, per yard ................... 25c Navy Prints ifast colors\ with dainty assorted patterns, ex tra heavy quality, per yard 40c HAVE YOU SEEN OUR FALL & WINTER PRICE LIST? ASK FOR ONE It's an education on values and a sure guide to economy. FLANNELS We invite comparisons on this merchandise. \\ know they cannot be surpassed. White Canton Flannel. 27> l.o :so Inches wide, per yard. 35c to ................... 40c l.iglll Grey Flannel. 'J* in. wide. per yard ................ 40c Medium Grey I'nion Flannel. '27 iu. wide, per yard ...... 45c Medium Gr>\v i'nion Flauncl. per van' ....... 65c, 75c and 85c l>;uk Gr-y Flannel, extra Iv-aw V> inches wid". per yard. $1.75 I'urc Wool Ked Flannel. 27 in. wide, per yard... 90c to $1.25 Whit- Flannel. '_'". inches wide. . per yard ................ 65c White Flannel. inches wide. per yard ............... 90c White Flannel. '.'.1 inches wide, per yard ............. $1.25 White Wincey Fiattncl. 31 inches wide, per yard ........ $1.00 Natural I-'l.inujl. per yard. $1.00 Grey K. rsey to St> inches wide, per yard. 35c to ................. 50c Striped Shirting in lighter than ' above. A limited number of sport designs are itp-luded in this range, per yard 35c to 50c GINGHAMS AND CHAMBRAYS Oar stock of these goods is too vast to enumerate, but �e have every btnndard design, as well as many novelties exclusive to ourselves. They run from 2S to 10 inches wide at prices from 25c to 50c per yard. SPECIAL A most useful black and white material suitable for a variety of purposes, such as children's dresses, etc., price per yard. 25c Silk Taffeta Linings, all colore, 40 in. wid*, per yd. 40c to 50c SHEETING Nowhere does value reign morn  upreme than in our department for shi etings. cottons, nainsooks, longeloths. etc. Wo take particular pride in this department, which is reflected in Hie values we offer you. 7\4 Sheeting, per yard 65c to ............... 75c S.x4 Sheeting, per yard > 80c to ................. 90c , 0x4 Sheeting, per yard 90c to................$1.10 billow Cotton and Tubing, pi to 41 inch at per yard, 50c, 60c, 75c and ................ 85c Nainsooks. Cottons, l.onglot.lis. etc., at unbeatable values, yd.. 18c to .................. 45c Beautifully embroidered LINKS SLIPS, special, each .. $1.50 Beady-Made Pillow Slips, ern-h, 35c, 60c, 65c. 75c, and. . . $1.05 Kxtra Large Sheets, size 7-jx'jo. each ......... $1.75 to $2.00 "Our Special" Honey 't'oiab Spreads, (.-ach ......... $1.79 A most charming Km In uid'-ivd Spread in a variety of designs, for. each ...............$4.00 Art Tickings in combinations of Mm- and while, green and white, and Ian and while, :p; in . at per yard ........ 35c Striped AwnitiK. per yard nom, 45c to................... 60c Cativa* and Duck - tl ounce ................. 45c P. ounce ................ 55c 10 ounce................. 65c 12 'ounce, ......... ...... 7r>r. Ill imncft $3.50 IS ounce .............. $3.50 Tho 1C ounce is ftvo feet wide. Heavy Overall Denims, in black only, per yard.....45c to 55c "FARMERS" SATIN We have this in all required shades, ,r>4 inches wide, per yard, from .....$1.00 to $1.75 SATEENS Our stock of this material I, very large and includes all the wanted colors, as sand, cream, black, pink. sky. grey, purple, yellow, navy, paddy, champagne, plum. green, whit", etc.. "'_' inches wide, and the prices range from, per yard, 25c to ................. 35c FALL DRESS GOODS Only a few of the numerous litp s are listed in this catalogue, hut they are carefully chosen to convey an idea of our merchandise and values. A special buy. Shepherd Checks, '�'�H In. wide, per yard .... 45c shepherd checks in a wool fabric, with slight percentage of cotton to prevent shrinkage, fast colors and u grand wearer. 11 in. wide, per yard .. $1.25 an in. wide, per yard .. $1.50 a4 in. wide, per yard .. $1.50 Lovely Tweeds in greys and browns, 36 in. wide, per yard, 65c and ............... 75o Pl.t ill Oress Goods. 3B in. wide in s different designs and colorings, ranging, per yard. 1.25 to ................ $1.75 Wool Poplin. 4 1 in. wide, colors, saxe, navy and brown, price ; er yard .............. $2.50 Gabardine, 54 In. wide, colors navy, red, burgundy, saxe and black. Special, per yard, $1.75 Grev Tweeds, fi 1 in. from, per yard .......... $2.25 to $3.50 lllr.ck Suiting Serge, ,r>l in. wide, per yard ........ $5.50 l'.biek Diagonal Serge, 51 inches vide, per yard ........ $2.75 Hl.o.Arinure, -11 in. wide, per >.ir.l .................. $2.75 Mt'ikinaw Coating. !>! in. wide, in a large range of colorings. price* ........ $2.50 to $5.50 "ottoman" Cord. 30 in. wide, in saxe, navy, green and burgundy, per yard ...... $6.00 Bliiuk�t Coating, colors, mouso, tu'ddy, red, green, white, grey and navy, per yard $3.50 to ...................... $4.50 "Imperial" Brand Navy Wool Serges. Guaranteed dyes and impossible to repeat. This.is an old buy and worth far more than the price- quoted. per >ard, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 to .................... $5.50 Broad Cloth. We challenge com parlsim for this; r>4 inches wide, the colors are brown, navy, purple, sand, black, mustard, burgundy, green tanitnd grey. Quantities are limited, so early ordering is urged to  avoid disappointment. 'Per yard .......... $5.00 to $7.50 Georgfitle Crepe. This line is the best possible obtainable in tho market and in this re spect follows up our principle of "Nothing too good for 'Tho Hay.' " 3S in. wide, in colors of Nile green, grey, eream. myrtle, purple and pink. Spc ci.'il. per yard ........ $2.00 FALL SILKS In boivilderlng variety and Indisputable values. Wo have long beep known as "Tho Silk House of Southern Al berta" and our values lhis fall will augment our reputation. Wash Satin, :ii"> in., in i.vety conceivable color, per yard, from $1.25 to .............. $2.75 Striped Silks, in till the latest  novolty combinations. 1!i> in. wide. Prices, per vard, from i $3.00 to .............. $5.00 Striped Silks, in all the latest of brown, saxe, navy and rose, 38 in. wido, at, per yard $4.00 i^�lhf^risBaa(rompttn^g FALL SILKS (Continued > "I'eautle Soie" in black only, "ti in. wide, per yard .... $3.75 "OUR 3PECIAL" Black Taffeta. :'.H in. -.vide, per yard ................. $2.25 Messaline Silk. in. wide, beautifully soft, in colors, brown, navy, black . . . $2.00 to $2.50 "Ninon." a beautiful silk fabric. :>H in. wide, iu a bewildering range of colors including while, saxe. black, ivw blue, pale blue, pink and red. A leader, per yard ...... $1.03 Crepe de Chine, :i(i to :;s in. wide, in colors, hello, myrtle, green, pale blue, bhu-k, pink and brown, per yard ... $1.75 Crepe de Chine. 10 in. wide. No , better could be wanted. Special, per yard .......... $3.00 Shantung Silk. .3G to 3S in. wide, prices, per yard .. $3.00 Shantung Silk. :',0�to 3S in. wide, price, per yard . .. 85c to $1.25 Silk Chiffon Velvet, 38 ill., in brown, myrtle and black, price per yard ............. $6.50 Corduroy Velvet, in till popular shades, 27 in. wide, at. per yard .................. $1.25 Velveteen, 21 Iu. wid". in all colors, per yard. 75c to $1.25 Plush, Black Coating or Costume Plush, r>t� in. whip, per vard ..................... $10.00 JUST A FEW OF LEADERS OUR . Griffins Washable Gloves. 2 dome fasteners, sizes (I'm to 7'i. white with black stitching, mastic with black sHcli-ing, chamois with black stitching, per pair, $1.25 and $1.50 Hall's Silk Gloves, with double tipped fingers, 2 dome fasteners in light ar.d dark grey, 'j to 7, per pair ____ $1.75 Perrins Kid Gloves, iu black only, all sizes from 0^. to 7".i, per pair ............".. $2.50 'Hudson Bay" Kid Gloves, in black, a very special value, sizes fi't to 7, price, per pair ...................... $2.75 "Hudson Bay" Kid Gloves, in tan, sizes t; to 6-;(, price, per pair .................. $3.25 Tan Cape Gloves, sizes t> to 7, at, per pair ........... $2.50 White Kid Gloves, Hizes fi to 7, per pair ............... $2.50 Washable Suede Gloves In light grey, grey .with white stitching, while with black stitching, all sizes 0 to 7',i, per pair .......... $1.75 to $2.25 Supremo value in Washable Kid Gloves, in light grey color, per pair ................... $4.00 White and Black Cotton Gloves, in all ?i:;es, per pair 35c, 40c Hose for the Woman. � Hose for the Miss. Hose for the Child. Hose for the Baby. Our stock of Hose exceeds thai of all (lie other business bouses ut Lothbridgo combined, and was bought at right prices too-VOir HEAP TDK BKNIJI'TI'. The following detail jusi a few lor comparison's sake, regard ing values- -Compare ihem - Then BUY FROM US "Little Darling" Hose, from I to f>',;:, colors sky, cream, pink, tan, black and cardinal, per pair, according to size. 45c, 55c to...............75r "A. P.. C" Hose, in tan, white anil black, sizes (i'/i lo^i'j. prices per pair . .. 65c to 75c Heavy Knit Hose in black only, for boys or girls, all td/.es, per pair according to size 40c to ................ $1.35 JUST A FEW OF OUR LEADERS (Continued) "Our Leader," '.i-Ribb Hose, for boys or girls. Black only, all sizes. :'. pairs for ...... $1.00 "Our Challenge" Hose, black only, sizes N'.i (o 10, -10c pair. ". pairs for ............ $1.00 Ladies' Lisle Hose, black or white, sizes S1^ to 10, tiac a pair, 2 pairs for ...... $1.25 Ladies' Fine Colton Hose, black only, sizes 11 to 10, per pair, ....................... 25c Ladies' Pure Wool Hose, sizes S1,,. to 10, prices, per pair, 65c, 75c and ........... $1.00 "OUR LADIES'* SPECIAL Silk Hose, sizes !) to 10, in silver, champagne, grey and king's blue, per pair .. $1.50 to $1.75 No. 2 Blark Silk Bool. Hose. iiOe pair. ". pairs for ....... $1.25 ANOTHER SPECIAL Ladies' Black or White Hose, all silk to tliu knee, per pair ..................... $2.25 Ladies' Glove Silk Hose, iu 12 shades, sizes to 10, per ' pair, including black, white, Nile, navy, pink, bronze, tan. grey, etc., etc., $2.50 to $3.00 EMBROIDERIES, FLOUNCINGS, ETC. Swiss Corset Cover Kmbroid- ery, from 10 to IS in. wide, at per yard ......... 40c to 50c Swiss Knihroiiiorod Flouncing. from IS to -15 in. wide, at per yard ............ 40c to $!,75 Embroidered Ecru Kiinncrs and Scarves, at, each 90c to $1.50 Children's Stamped Dresses, white, each ............. 59c Blue, each ............ $1.25, Stumped Baby Bonnets, each, 45c to ................. 50c Stamped Combinations, per suit ................... $1.35 Slaniped Corset Covers, each. 35c to ...................45c Kmbroidery, Silks, etc.. of every conceivable shade for every conceivable purpose. Silk Spools, all colors, each 5c Black or WhKo Cotton Spools, each .................... 7c Colored Cotton Spools, each 8c Clark's Brilliant Sllklin'i, per spool .................... 8c .1. P. ('nates Kcru, per spool 20c ,1. P. ('oates. White. 2 for 39c Bttcilla Cotton, Kcru and White, each ................... 15o Classic Pearl, all colors, 2 for ..................... 28e Clark's ('rochet Cotions, white, each ................... 10e RIBBONS 1 Too varied to detail here, but hern are some of our prices. Fancy Dresdens. 4 in. to 9 In. wide, per yard ... 50c to $2.25 Satin Kihhons, till colors, 7 in. wide, per yard ......... 85c Moire Ribbons, all shades. 4 In., per yard ............... 50c I in., per yard.......... 85c Silk Baby Ribbons, all colors, 11 in., per yard .........2J^c �\ In., per yard .......... 4c in., per yard .......... 5c Duchess Satins, in all colors anJ widths, from, per yard 1!'ic to ............... 75e HEMSTITCHING Our electric hemslilehing machine is In charge of :i young lady of expert experience, who wiij execute your orders ut very moderate charges. WATCH FOR OUR MEN'S & BOYS' PRICE LIST In next Wednesday's Herald. Savings for the man and the "little man" will be emphasized in it. mam | I i 1 I I i L\* 1 I n if I I I ft t-l 1 1 If 1 I Is 1 1 If I FRENCH DEPUTIES CHEER MENTION .; OF ALLIED FORCES �- Paris. Sept. 5.- Tho chamber of deputies reopened today after it* reruns of several weeks. Paul Ueacha-ner), president of the. chamber, addressed in its behalf an elorjuent met-sase of gratitude, to the. victorious armies of the allies The mcnihora rose and cheered again and again xt the speaker referred to "our glorious allies whose friendship will bt> as dear In peace as uvir " Premier Cleineneeau followed M. DeBchanel, reminditiK ihe. members that they were taking part in events which would rani; among Uie greatest In history. "The goTernment," he added, "rightly turns to parliament to aHk its aid for tlie victory we are determined to win -the victory of humanity." TRAIN DITCHED Chb-ksaw. Okla., Sept. n.-Two men were killed and forty-five were reported wounded when three coaches on south bound Rock Island train No. 11 left the rallB and wont Into a ditch li.day between Duncan and Comanche, Okia., aouth of i�te ciu� ALBERTA IN London. Sept. 5.-The following Western Canadian officers and men have been brought to the notice of lUe, secretary of utate lor valorous .services rendered in connection with ihe war; Capt. R. H. Cope, Saskatchewan; Capt. G. A. Dann, Saskatchewan; ('apt. A. D. Gordon, Saskatchewan; (.'apt. A. McLean, Alberta; Major fldout. Colonel) P. Walkor, Manitoba; Capt. S. Wharton, British Columbia; No. 81,058 Corp. W. H, Board, Manitoba; No. 180,048 Pto. A. IC. Cllhba, Prltlsh Columbia; 20,148 CM.3. id. Uaytleld, Albert*, SWEETENING RHUBARB If cooking rhubarb frightens you this year beeauso of the quantity of sugar It needs, add a small pinch of baking soda to tho rhubarb while It Is boiling rapidly, and do not add tho sugar till tho cooking is nearly finished. It the rhubarb is fully' ripened and the stulks froshly gathered it will not need ho much sweetening cookod iu this way. For stowed rhubarb, add tow raisins. This again makes less sugar nncessary. ^Uiother substitute that hue been found quite offoctlvn in tho swooton< iug of rhubarb Is � handful or two of �ago udde-d whllo it cooking. Lowis McCoolc and J. Hilts, jtisticos of the poacn at. Acme, Altu., handed out a protty stiff sentence last, week to a German, named Karl Vlschnr, il farmer near Mutt*place, Fischer was found to have been hoarding Hour dur-lnK last winter, contrary to the orders-lu-councll to that effect, and he was fined $LT)0 and costs or throe mouth*' hard labur. ;