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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 8, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PARE FIVE CLARKE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 AsadU Block More Shipments Just To Hand of Latest Suits, Coats and Trimmed Hats Every tin- pun-liaso nl a Fall Outfit will deeply inlcrcsled in these iicw arrivals. .The most favored slyle lendeiicics for Fall, are reflected in UH-M' latest lo an exacting decree. To find a more complete and prices for like qualities would be impossible anywhere In this community: Indeed the variety is as large as you would expect in cities much larger than Lsth- bridge, and prices the lowest ever emanating from this store. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY FOR IT. Lovely new Coats and Suits 01' superior tailor work and perfect (it ami slyle absolutely cxclusivo with this store and in more Uian 'uvo, of a style. p-keepihi? abilities, nvny most cases one, but not Special Grouping of Suit Prices The' a'hovc prices represent practically every fiult we carry, each one the best value obtainable at the money and absolutely exclusive with this store. Cheviots are the favored materials for the sea- non, but Venetian Broadcloths and some Tweeds and Fine .Serges are also shown; Coats made with the close buttoning convertible collar, skirt pleated or circular styles. Great Values AND SUPERIOR STYLES In New Trimmed Kats to question the prettiest and most wearable Fall Styles we have. over liatl to show, displayed in a pleasing variety of more Mian a hun- dred excellent one of a kind and altogether exclusive wiih this store. Our line this season is worthy of special notice, comprising as it does' some very smart creations of excellent materials at very small cost. Special Grouping of Of 'Authentic Style and Shape-Keeping Abilities ijil.j.OO, )fiir.5 and liavn lower priced iliiiher too, but none which represent more..real value for Ihe money titan are represented In tin; prices listed above. Nigcjerhcads in plain black, Russian green, brown and navy are very much favored for dressy garments, as are also black plush., caracul, curl and pony effects. Tweeds are also in strong evidences-all shown in wonderful variety of the new belted styles .with tEH ROYALTY AND CANADA'S PREMIER VISIT CANADIAN HOSPITAL AT CLIVEDEN, ENG. No 1 Icli to McDonald, Col Ilodgetts, bui ifcon Gcncicil IOIRS, Sn HtibLi t Roiden and hid, Licul Col icll is nincoi coniin.tiHling Ihc hospital No 2-Kmi; CiLoigc and Queen Man in hospital Lieut-Col Ooucll on Iclt I- P.ul ol Ihc niw of MIL No Robcil 'talking Lieut-Io! doncll too will be interested. DO IT NOWI Vatch ihit ipace for Official Fruit tlie proceeds derived will he given to i the Red Cross Society j Mrs. .1. W. McXicnl'was the hcs- less ailelnonn of a m 'drlightnil tea complimentan tn her I house guest, Mrs. liillis, oi -Kyc- 1 brow. Sask. .Mrs. J. M. .Aitken anil Mis V B Stauortl piesided il Ihe daintv tea tahle. with its central ile- coration of sweet peas, aad were as- sisteil hy llrs. K. T. Bryrauer, Sirs. H. J. doode and Miss Thompson. The Children's Shelter wish to thank Jlie following for donations lor the last three months. Mrs. M Johnstons. 2 baliv blankets Chief Skelton, letlmec, cauliflower and. foot Mrs. EM. Migiiibotham, wash- mi; machine and 1 t tuce Mrs McMillan tiling 'Mrs. Hilda McMillan, scrap hook and 1 ftiniu papeib Mrs 'Mr. Arthur Iligiubotham, tickets for 10 children to theatre Mrs.. G. W i Hohinson, tickets. for .children to inalmei, Mr-, 1 Kitchie garden 'put> Mrs Con hearc milk and i Mrs. .Mr. II. [''airfield, beans and peas Mrs. Dr. neYeber., ..led cur- rants Miss Johnstonc, i hats Miss Scott, How-1 ers and .ribbons Starland Theatre, j free' admission to. children Mrs. Daiutv. ribbon, muslin and. eggs Mrs. fires, clothing, (Signed) At the regular meeting: of Maple Leaf Chapter, No. held last night in the .Masonic hall, arrange FIRST CANADIAN-.WOMEN'S HOME-GUARD The initial step in the.organization an alkCannda Women's Home Guard has been- taken by- some patrl- ments were made for entertaining the j otjc ,nemhers of the female >ex members of the Grand Chapter of A'i- beria, when they, assemble in this city Picture shows' one of the Toronto. iifv i leading ladles in tlie movement photo- lilt! lllht Ul ADOlll IHO delegates are exiiected to be in aU graphed in the Highland tmlfonn o( tendance from all over the province, i Black Watch plaid Onlv a few 'and the locaj Chaiiter have arranged ]lavc ?0 far appealed m the following programme for the, en- i b tertainment of.their guests: Tuesday K afternoon. October y: Automohile' drive to Coa'Jdale, where tea he served hy. the. members of' C'ORloale Chapter at the home of. Mrs. P. Nor- ton: Tuesday evening" Regular meet- ing of Maple Leaf Chanter, No. 7 when mdny members the-. Grand Chapter will he present: Wednesday and dance in Mas- onic hall noon luncheon in hall the catering for which .will be sup'plied by the Wesley-Lad- ies' A.M. lirNDPll The marriage wis solemnised Sat nrdiv ai the ]ursona0e In the Her H Cobblcdiek of Joseph Hen dnek and "Miss Marv both of Montana Both con 'tinting pieties lie ci Russian na lionaliti haunc hcen bom in Thn will Inc on the grooms farm near Swcctgrass: The marriage loon this af (etnoon in the s palace Out ot Miss Matii daughter oi P N aladt and Air tn Dr I Hoi oi Le'h bridge Mgr liouthier officiat 1 ed 1 no ittemhnls The bride vhite los Itiime with vi hlte corded silk hat la I Id the led for lake Cham plain lo a shoit Ih-rc he plai fore to their home in I eth fore to their home Oltiwa 1 tee I'less HA liX TUI.I.OCI I Ihc marriage look Mondaj jSipt li at S 01 lock it tilt i lion Unn litadel ol Mi's Miniiit iTulloch and .Mr. li. J. Harnard, hy Ha> dniuonil jommandpr for Alberta, the "bride was attended by Miss Ann Wood and the bridegroom bj Mr ttillif Tulloch "rs suppet was in the junior hall to which jbout 13fi guests were prcs, tut The tables were tastcfiilli doror iliii bj Mrs I IMJII Hlthirdiiiu, BRAND COFFEE Recognized in all professions and walks of life, an the leading coffee. in the best grocery of Canada. In K, 1 and 2 pound cnt Greund lor P.rnbton. CHASE ft SANBORN, MONTItEAU ;