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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAGE EIGHT THE LKTHI1RIDGE DAILY HERALD -FRIDAY. SliPTEMBEU fi. iuik V 1 �wo town tomorrow action on People often get the mistaken idea that if a store displays some extra fine lines of merchandise at high prices; or if its slocks arc vvel 1 kept and neatly displayed;, or if things are kept clean and more attractive looking than is the case with the average store, that its prices must necessarily be higher. BUT THESE VERY THINGS MAKE POSSIBLE LOWER PRICES THAN OTHER STORES CAN OFFER. The higher priced lines have a larger profit and make possible the selling of the medium or popular priced lines at a closer margin of profit; goods well kept arc never shop worn and do not have to go as Saturday bargain "seconds"; and merchandise well displayed is easily and more quickly sold than lines that are hidden away in shelves and drawers, and then replaced with fresh new goods. Well assorted stocks attractively displayed, and highest quality of Standard merchandise at lowest possible prices are the outstanding features of every department of this big store. We invite you to compare these Saturday values and if you arc as good a judge as the average woman you will readily be convinced that this is your store. pecial Saturday Valiaes in A DEPARTMENT BRIMMING OVER WITH THE CHOICEST GARMENTS OF THE SEASON-NOTHING BUT NEW FALL GOODS TO SHOW -AND FEATURING THESE SPECIAL VALUES FOR SATURDAY. FALL COATS. 11.,-,,i.:,.- t�e,.,U lotit* at la.- r yo,,r'.� pri, Spf'i.ii .................... CHINCHILLA COATS. Uro�n. l.tiri !y. Lovely gar::" :v,s Save L-...-I .� year at tuv sa:-.c pries sf.f: T.O and . . . . TAILORED SUITS. Kx. . I|.-:..s oil surge. Odors navj. t.utne. VU\ Spi"!  1 i. i -"tvl- --a' . ............ HEAVY MEN'S SERGE SUcTS. Much below im sent \ :tlu>'. t'l.lur- n.ivv. I rown ami Ma. Very attr.uini' s'yle-, and spui;:! val-:- - at.......... VELOUR COATS. A %.:;. fin.- . ilvt-tfmi f.. *u:i all ta>u- 11� r- taupe. |�\�\. r Iteteiats id'].- Mil silicic i;ree:i. .1, . Plain. :\\:-ii :.i: t fur trimmed S|� l v.auc* a and plain 27.50 indy mos . >'ii :is la-i 35.00 l:tv -tor:.! 35.00 HEAVY TWEED COATS. Wonderful value*, i'av \�-(H>( i!u'li>". made "I1 in tlf new -: and ...Ilinp .is all a~ last GIRLS' COATS. Kuht 10 fourteen year si.-Wry pr. Cy -s> W of or War li. 11 45.00 ikction r,i ! [ieUiau 100.00 FINEST SERGE ANO BROADCLOTH SUITS. I'lain Mi'.or. ! ,\n.\ l� trimiv.-'u Small, va -.ihir and i\t:-.i lar�i :-i/.os. Splendid FUR TRIMMED SUITS. Handsome styles tn -. � or l>ro.i>loloth. t'.ir collars ami ouils Mini  ".i hi~ivi. sty!. - (if the season. .lust of a kind ,> nil, ENVELOPES. Kb-. All -pi. ;..|M v. a -hm 5-'.."ii. T". atiil up BLOOMERS. .Mail, ... � sr 2.25 .: i|\iai 5.00 Fle-h. and'.itai silk . . . 4.50 MULL ENVELOPES. Fiu-.-t .pl.t! :j;:,:::h ,,r ;u,;-:.....5.00 MULL GOWNS. Finest ipiali'v. Ham or l.iiinv 1..." trli:!- r AA mini;. >'.:."." in...... D.VIVf EMBROIDERED WHITE WEAR. Mail.- ii'. I'll'.'- mail. lMi.i�i.".. ! all.! fr.iSs!'.'-'! wi'a -a' tun hi 1.' 1 .dc, -. A ti.miv! for everv fipiir.- at a p: ice to -uir -vt ry pur-. Th Cio--ar.! I'-'i.ipi.- ar" the or:i::i:aM: - of this t.ittii -i- :r.'i:; i.ii ;- .r..'-ll> .ic. o: ipi.ility an 1 pvr- f.'i-!!..|1 nf fit. Prices at S2.75. S3.00, S4.00, S5.50 and up to $8.50. Wt� HAVE AN EXPERIENCED CORSETIERE WHO WILL FIT YOU WITH THE MODEL BEST SUITED TO YOUR FIGURE. . t ). ::S i 1 T1ISW skirts we have sren 1 finest worsieils |n �'>!'."l enils in -trip-s anil Valley de-i^n in various I'ai-ley ami I'resiliii i if'-ets. Vet v mm h in d"ii-.and tnnv. -Priced at $4.50 NEW GEORGETTE & CREPE WAISTS Late models in round i titu! tli'v.- shad' .-, finish i -Priced at $7.00 to $11.50 SPLENDID SILK PETTICOATS- Plain mt'�'-l:i:tl'" rti.� I '.:l"'a-. and IMi'-y Uj. itr�-.� ai" pt ice.* a - la.-t yea r. RIBBED TOP StCK HOSE. ami .'.kite on!>. "J O ( Special Sa'lll.lav '.able ................ .... i.m�tO HEAVY SILK HOSE. 1' lull lane ' c.dois. ile mill. 75c 1. SELLING AT VERY LOW PRICES DOME FASTENERS, l'dack Q jmd white. All color:...... OC MENDING YARN. Colton or C� wool, on cards. 2 for ...... �3C MENDING WOOL, in :kein- All color �� .................. SAFETY PINS. Cards of in a -orled sues, r.rnd.-d .... 1UC ELASTIC TAPING, taupe and black ............. TAPE WEIGHTS. Ulael; -1 r aiid white, yard ........... IOC KNITTING NEEDLES. Lair.' and ................35c CELLULOID BAG HANDLES. ;;;;..........:..........1.00 THIMBLES. Celluloid and 8c 0c : 25c Austrian and Turkish Empires Must Be Broken Up, Says Theo. Roosevelt WOMEN'S LAND ARMY PRACTICABLE off w itii ;... : . 0111 me;,,'. i .. ' ' iiivdii; t .'. 11 Id Four hour.-' '> from two t,, 1. ;,n t:ie term -.'-  :� exery iimrti! - heiore Ic-akfa alter breaklast a hour.- in tie- ait' T:, 1 In I'jeclloSloi ak - 111 lj- I .1:1 independent com , mania. �Th- iie/oi j In tll.lde ill' I lr..>nwealt.:. '' I'd''., a-, .-. r,uir,.'.y in leji.-:id-i .-el c.iinu.onw.-aita. uiu-t ivi.-ive hack ( AUitri.iii and I'ru-'-iau I'l.iiiul. as well ; 'is Uiis-lan I'olaml. and a.ufc her ) coj.-tLnc en 'in- 1 kiltie . 'The -im!i.. ri. Slav - :::a-- \,,. 1 e.l ;u a f;:l({o ,->iav i olnulolc : v.-�:-ii I la: hu.iu.,*.. !..'.,a-'i r'udand ...... tiiiist be guaranteed t.e:.- f.'-e.-dnin , ; and no part of t:: anco-ir Lniplr.- of Russia tef' umiei !::. i;,.nt..;.i yoke. "Northern Sch.'e^\'. :^ -tcnil New N'oti:. Sept. - .V.ICJUi;'- Jisl'tiiiK army in France n, xt yea: must .-iirp.i-s in numb.-is .'Utie.' 1'reticii or Hvitlsh anui'-s thee ,b- �laied Theodore |{oo>evelt to,la.. II.-llLsistci also thai tin- Austrian and Turkish enijilre- ;nu,-t liotii be broken tip. nil the subject people.- libera'-#i\ and the Turk mu-t be dtiv-u fro.; J'urope. Th'isi! a-s.-rt ion - wet-.- in.oh- by Colonel ifooseVidt m an add!'-be delivered as a purl of te:o rc.ra -lie'.d in the dt> hall in . .-!,-Oration of ILafayttte day. tin; anniversary of luifay.-tti-'s birtii Hefi-rrini? to France- services to I Ailierica in the revolution Colonel ; back to the I' lloosev.-lt declare,I that, in the pro-,- | "Britain and .lapati inju:d I.....p a. em war. Krain.. )'.ngl;ir. defend tlwin "Our ainiy on the o'li'-r side i- now j selves. Colonel Itoosevtdi said, repaying part o: the deb!.' conii'iued j 'Any league of nation- would have Colonel, "and next year ive | to depend for it - success upon tin- ad have every reason to hope ami iv and weedinc -, |i f.i-e.i' i-:ioukIi to lift, their work into ! and a bod of lvpial urRouey attaches were laid out, and V"Kf-t..lile kitlhell noon i-ou.ioete.l :.n- day. The Va-s.n- farm lias a te-e,| herd . o:' lso tko'-oii;::: i.rei.l iai:!>-; auii'ially -,.:.""T quarts of milk and (team. Then- ::: ,'..",'i  .end ! 7 he:---,. Mo.-t of i'he f.-.-.l , need'-1 :-,:� th.-.-e a- well as v'.'.iitc and , ' y.dlow corn to.' bread and p;.-iry. I.ii'.i. hitshel- of potatoes-. Clio lltl-'.le'.-. of tout.-.tii"-. leer acre., of asjiarajtu--ami LToat qua::':tic- of -weet corn. c;iery. cs.tro:- , auii!io\l. er. cab.i i^e, beans, belt-, i iruips. par-nije and oth.-r vi'iti'tulili- constitute the annual production. Took places of Farm Hands The girl.' took the plai e of regular farm hand- wi.o were lea; iii� for militaiy iluiv ,\ nat they v;ere Burl:; is best judged !>> What they did. '!.:;. ho.-d and cu ACTION STARTED � � "Aa.ii peculiar slander action a ' oiiimene.-d in Supreu-.--Court io-re by Fiatac /,o ajjaiio! John llaiti-an.n hviuK i..uneil a  'he ,l,i,'ii,i;',' , The steteiueiit o; claim --�ts forth that on her hu-band's farm ne.,:- CirmauKay. ilie defendant called the if: 11 unitarian word- k ha-: now be"n I '-I'' e\, opt in tile llOI'tll 1 .- no w a'.-r lim- b.-t ,.1,-n- ! 11111.1.-111111r" line, i tite I'.ritish line 1 � t of Kqntincoiirt f-iite a',!,,.-: and :h From I l,ii riucfiu: now rate- to the w an,I through i,-,isMI t, ;,|n;,-; lai Chan ,..... Ailia-s ,,:,,| .Viaiinuv. I hive and ha): mile- of Ham. a i .lames Murray, an employe., o- the; Alberta Holllntr .'dills, at .Medleille ] Hat. was while riding to work t on a bicycle. His body was found I at lhe roadside with tit., head badly: ciu-heil, and the bicycle was smash-1 � �I. It i- believed dial he was struck! by an automobile, bm the police have I '.;i'rw:. uieaninif pro.-tiiute and no information on this point. 'Kuriic'inl I.nana," meaning a ."yp.-y_______ rom the town of Konnend in Hid utile" words intended in NOT CALLING OUT CLASS THREE YET Otvswa, Sept. 6.-Reports that class three under the Military Service Act is to be culled out are generally discredited here. The question, the Canadian Press, Limited, is informed, has not even been discussed. Any further calls under the net would depend on the war situation and the supply of reinforcements. 'carried .iiock-i and al ova w. I..C lie rut iis.-ll 'o the call for women workers oil the land. An equal wllliiU'nes--, In answer the , ,,H exists, on the pan aled sixteen ail. - o: .. res of ensllaip' . urn, .:i.�� .strawberry pk.nt ->: a and beanfl ph. nte.i ..ere picked for tl . 1111 iry, and otli.--- words intended lo hold li.-r up to ftem-iiil oppftdirium. It is i laime.I that (hose danderous and Vile wnriK Weto lltteieil in the IH'e-ellce of ll.T COI1 lit r; tile tl Willi llll- der.-tood Ihi- lausfiiat;.-. |'. ||. Ifusseli .is counsel for the plaintiff in the ac nun. HAIG'S THANKS TO of wono-ic Tae practical c has, so iai-. 1.....a questioned. is die The ffi'car qm meni j Could nir! fai,:, That cold iloll.u-, and ion at tin- siarl w. -is "uial!" Kood" hi iir-wir � llerby. I'jiKlallil. Sept. i Ren- am lariucr' tit.-,'.' 'I'll. e to th" fuel that all tin- ele-j ed that -al i-Iv lorily and by doiim so . i.-r.. i The lollowing I clci;raiii from uo-iils i-iiiii-i-i ni-il in the working out ! propounded an.i'nir > 4 v I equipment. bv seiidlim u uiessiifrc. of Serbia and llumania mu*t nave  \,-::,t ,.;,-u,y u-e i- it .,, pi-etend supplied bv tin- collec,- and the sue-I I HA.MVnulVIXi HA I 1.......-..._�.;.. ' restored to then; what Uulgaiia :-.a-:that th.- taken from them," lie continued. -ecin.-i \,:.....-aKu- m win. n i,;.>;� : �(ii'|;,.|s Tweiv. -in.- u.-c: clioaeu ! Toronto. .Opt. d. - The ... ,,,,ms t (,h i \,-,,m 'hirly-t lire- uu volunteered t he , Tra \ cllei-.s' a ...,oi latioii, vailous i it i/.oii | _ l.oi:r- years ' moment tho si heme, was proposed. . or-tanizat ion- and other institution;, 'I'll, i oniiiiioiis were: eight hours a J bere are antaconistie ol the Toronto day for .-iirhl weeks on a UdO-aero ' 'j."c.d.yter\- piojio-al that ThanlisKlviiqi farm ami a result that showed sue- J Hay .-hoiiid he on Thursday iiislead of ee-s in dollars and cents. F.verytiiiiiK | Alondai and line notified the (jovern- l.-ai;i. . .. Austrian and Turki: h .-m , i atio:.-. woild b piros must both he broken up. ail the' inc.: k-aitinK paitner-." ,'subject peoide-i liberated, a:nl the . umri pa.-s 'nef.,i. , ,'Tui'k driven from Kuro�e. We do not 1 ,.n> p.orni-e- ihcse I Intend that Gt-l-raatl or Magyat .-.lioui 1 , ni'al.i . Any t:,,t. ,.t Jfce oppressod by others, but neither sort whien we ma!;.- v 4o we intend that they shall oppress be worthies-, m,le-#nd dominate others. : ^ireiujOi render-, p ' "fruilce must rei-tiv.; buck Alsace lit. �md lAJrtaine "Helirilliii must be restored and indemnified. "Italian Austria must be restored lo Jtaiy, and Itumanlu Huneary to Itu- \ll the ueces,aiy i.-ondi-1 ('ONTROVKUSY OVER Hons entering into the problem wete ni,y '- it to pretend j supplied bv tin; collec,. and the sue! ",v "l U": A"fld would be p..., or : allure Voted with the women! 141- ri'preni:nta(ivi;s oi your mil. lion workers al home should add t'o the debt we already owe, them for I 'heir splendid supply of iiiunitions and oinrailcship and good will." The ; reading of lhe message wan received . oi jyiu tni".t '.our nations t am kind or '�'�nil tli.-m will ir ow n prepared in ale lo break Thomas Miik, one o- ih, of the 'ITeherue district, passed Midden!/ away at' � days' illness, at the aj-e of pioneers kui'iob i, a . w ii S years. wii-. lo be on a litriclly business basis. Cood In-all h wan the, main consideration in eho.isinj; the twelve. lUioiu and in. als were provided in the dor-uiiiory at 5.,.r,ii per wi-el< and (lie wait.-, wire IV i, ceuls an hour. Thee v. as a Saturday half-holiday and each jji'rl wai. allowed four days E incut to thai etiect. The general fet-l-iiiK here that a Monday not later than the last of October is more suitable than Thursday in November. Then; is i little or no en iorsation of (hn hukkoh-tiou that lhe festival Hhould he fixed in conform with 4^1. qj; .^j, United Slates. Loudon, Sept. fi. --Attention frequently lias been called lo lhe Somme, llll Xord and /Torlllle water line in heiiiK a cheek to the pi-ojjruss of the. THE FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS SHOES FOR ALL AGES The Nation's Best in Quality ASK FOR The Hartt Shoe for Men in "The Czar" Last. Dark Brown..........................$12.00 or Gunmetal Bal..................$11.00 Receding Toe, Broad Flat Heel. Carried in Widths B, C, D. W. J. Nelson and Company COR. THIRD AVE. AND SEVENTH ST. S.-SHERLOCK BLDG. 198351940?73088??79083014?5767768?50??56?471?4411667?558899297612576?6 83 ;