Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGF. SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 19K; I Fall fionds Are Pouring In Daily A _ You will find a wonderful transformation in the store Aylien you us a visit on Saturday. The summer .goods .-have clearer aW Mid in their places are found new silks, new dress goods new ooat- incr, new corsets, hosiery, and underwear.. The windows and this acl- vertisement gives yon just a "hint" -ns.-to what you may expect to line! in the store. Be Sure and Get a Coupon for the Cut Glass Tomorrow QurFirst Showing Of Fall Suits Are Ready For Tomorrow If you are looking for a real good navy serge suit, we have some- thin- that should appeal to you. Every suit is an exclusive model to this store The styles, the fit ami finish are all that you would expect to find in suits a't these prices. No trouble to show you these suits tomorrow. NO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS Sgrqe and Velvet Dresses Just Received From Eastern Markets These "Lady Gordon" Dresses are the last word in style. The maioritv of them only arrivlns on Thursday. You will tind twelve differ- ent stvl'es in navy serges and velvets in Hunter's green, maroon navy, etc. Special value, j Children's Wool Cashmere Hose Just received 100 dozen Girls' Fine Ribbed Black Cashmere Hose. Sizes 4Ji to priced from Stic to..... English Dogsbiu' Walking Gloves Dent's and Crown Brand Eng- iish DogsMn Gloves for women. Tan only. A Washable Kid Gloves in Colors Something new. Medium weight Glace Washable Kid Gloves, putty, color, black stitch- ing on back. CO A A Apair.............. Penman's Finest 1 All Wool Hose Buy your Cashmere Hosiery now. The supply is limited. 10 dozen only. Ladies' finest black, ail wool cashmer-: Sizes to 10. A pair............... A LIST OF SOME OF OUR laUlCLUll vt CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. In vests drawers and combina- tions. Complete stock in all .veights. CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS. Black tights, sateen drawers. Ev-ery size now in stock. WOOL CLOAKINGS In white and also a tablefull Tween materials from a vard, ?1.75 to. EIDERDOWNS In cotton or wool- Big play near the front door. KNITTING YARNS In grey, khaki or black. Pat- ton's Best 4-ply Scotch. SAXONY YARNS In all colors now In stock. IS cents to skein HARROCKES Cottons and Longcloths. Dir- ect from England. ,Yard ISc to...... ORIENTAL LACES .5 Filet laces, Valenciennes laces. The largest stock in the city. BOYS JERSEYS Button on shoulder. Navy or cardinal. Priced (M Cft ?1.00 and........... 1 I Flannelette, on sale Only a dollars worth to each customer. Splendid quality cream Saxony flannelette, yard wide. Worth ISc a yard. rvRESSGOODS worth Lf to a yard, Saturday Materials suitable for making dreeses for iChe Kiddies. Serges, vicunas, etc., in 10 different shades. Hlf Price for thebal- OQU Sit ancc Sport Skirti iiail and Dresses All fine muslin dresses and striped sport skirts will be on sale Saturday at exactly half their former prices. Oriental Wicker (Baskets, 35c to 50c Small baskets suitable for fruit, sandwiches, etc. In dark finish, assorted shapes. Just re- ceived from Japan. Corsets for Fall, Many New Models now in stock Owing to the increased price of materials and the added war tax, Nemo, as well as all other corsets have been advanced from 25 to 50 cents a pair. We still have all the staple models ana also the new "Wonderlifi." Ask to see it Nemo Self Reducing Models. The only corset for women who are inclined to be stout- Models for medium, short or tall ligures. Sizes from 23 to 36 in from r A 14.50 to..-............ The New Wonderlift Model. This is an entirely new idea in a self reducing corset. With an abdom inal support. Recommended by the highest medical authorities. Sizes 23 to 33. Pries........... WONDERLIFT RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE Northway Garments. Gossard Jaeger Woollens Corsets CLARKE CO. The Ladies Store, Phone 453. Avenue, South New Fall Goods Specially Featured Tomorrow M'uiv new lines shown for the first time making a: most attractive and enticing display, feati-ring assortments as broad and values us much better than you will see in cities much larger than Leti'.lu-irlge. The New Coats and Suits Are Marvels new lines have just arrived by express this week and of themselves are well worth a special visit tomor- row. v In ,'the choosing of this season's styl slderation, but rather elegance of most careful buyer will find valuer spl many cases better than those of a year a Handsome New Suits as Cheap As a Year Ago CHEVIOT SUITS. Navy, black, green and brown. ?27.50 to VENETIAN BROADCLOTH SUITS. Beautiful rich materials in very dressy styles. 532.5010 GREY TWEED AND WORSTED SUITS. Very serviceable. Sizes up to 44. to es, prices have not been the primary con- and excellence of even the endidly zs good ln i nd two years ago. Coats Were Never Cheap- er Than the Mod els Here TWEED COATS. A special value niiil large range of stylos and mater- ials. Bolted front, loose back. Special TWEED AND A lov- ely selection and wide variety of styles and cloths. Defter than OUR 5 SILK PLUSH COATS. .Handsome styles. Belted or loose. 537.50 and COAT SETS AND GOLFERS Finest of pure wool. Sweater, coats with cap and sash to match and separate golfers in special values. Wool Sets and Old rose, alice, paddy, white with black, all white, etc. Golf Jackets .152.75 to Splendid variety of colors and qualities. Ail sizes. Beautiful Cashmere Hose Very early and fortunate purchases are respons- ible for a most complete stock in these goods which have been almost imposfllble to get for the past two years. Ladies' Plain Black Cash. Hose SOc; 75c, SOc, S5c, and All splendid values. Sizes 8% to 10 inches. Children's Cash. Hose, SOc to OOc Full range.of sizes. Plain and ribbed. All special values. NEW FALL A splendid variety of newest weaves and richest fall tones mako a colorful display of more tliun usual interest tomorrow anil values in most cases are even better than for some sea- sons past. Navy .ami black, 42 itjches wide. Special value DIAGONAL Beauti- ful quality, 42 inch.. Colors, nnvy, Copenhagen, brown, plum GABERDINE Extra fine quality. SO inches TV Ida. Shades of brown, plum, green, grey, black, etc. Special, yard FINE Beauti- ful rich cloth. 52 inch. Colors, brown, grey, navy, black and Copenhagen. d-o Special value A Country of Wonderful Recuperative Features ran to rain and on the following Vuesday the rainfall during this interval had neariy 5 Lhes. Today. Friday, September Sth, harvesting has neen resume'd under tte most favorable conditions, with an additional store-of mois- ture for its fall grain, fall plowing and next season's crop. "Where is there a country with greater The rams during the ripening period, during 1015 and 1916 have.added thousands of tons 10 whSfinspire the people of Western Canada to even greater effort, courage and confidence." the fanners were whistling for wind. Hear her blow. Jas. Jiunroe............... J. Dalrymple............... E. Scott C. Baer............'.'....... McKmzie Co............. .City Second Hand Store ScotlShd Woollen Mills E. 3. Jackson A HUNDRED DOLLARS STILL IS "NEEDED TO MEET KILTIE BAND LIABILITIES It is quite evident, today that the Kilties Band is not'going to be out of pocket over the disastrous trip to the Labor Day celebration: The fund is mounting. Everybody is giving some- thing. It will take about ?300 to clean up the expense account of the SS members. OE this about ?100 is lacking today. By tomorrow night the whole sum should' .be raised. Dut don't be scared that there will be any left over. It happens that the hand's funds are rather low. It also hap- pens that there is some money ow- ing yet on the purchase of the instru- ments. If 5500 should be collected Lieut.-Col. Pryce-Jones could well use it in the band fund. On Sunday evening both the Em- press and Orpheam theatres will give programs in aid of the f'ind. The doors will open at 8.15. .All receipts over the actual expenses will llfl turned over to the band fund.; Previously acknowledged .....J152.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .60 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 ?199.60 SUFFERED HAIL DAMAGE (From Our pivn Correspondent) Taber, Sent. dam- age was done north of town by a hail storm. Mr. Winchester sustained loss to his oats that were standing uncut. Luckily the biggest proportion of his crops were cut before the heavy rain and hail. Mr. Winborne was. not so fortun- ate, he having lost quite a Jarge field of oats cut down with hail. It is also reported that others situated in the immediate locality wore slight- ly affected. J. It. Oliver H.. B. Co.................... Roberjson's Book Store Drs. Marrs Marrs Mr. Cruikshanks 2-00 2.00 MAKE SARCEE A WINTER CAMP Calgary. Sept. is. reported that the Sarcee camp may be made a permanent training centre and that tenders will be called for the erec- tion of huts similar, to.those that are ustd at Shornecliffe and other camps in the1 old country. Bach of these huts will contain from 30 to 50 sol- diers. Just how many soldiers will make use of them next winter is not known, but it is said that there will ho at least several thousand remain in Calgary or at the Sarcee. 1.001 1.001 "Thorshy, Ala., is the centre of an 1-00 I excited gold- rush. A Birmingham IT LAKE CUY '.0. M. McLennan, for two years on Die reportorial staff of the Lethbriiiee Hetald, but.Iately associate editor of the, American Chicago, e to Salt Lake City, whore he a branch office of the TlRTwelUirrr publication will ,'isrc. Cso the Salt Lake newspapers has this to say about the new venture: The American Sheep Breeder Wool Grower of Chicago, has decided to open.a .branch, 'office in this city with Associate Editor 0. M. McLennan in charge, as the management recog- nizes that Salt Lake City is the natur- al centerof the sheep industry in the west.' Mr. McLennan says that for the next year, Ihe Breeder will give 50 per cent of its new subscriptions to the coyote'hounty, fund in whatever state 'the subscription comes .from, the ad- ministration being madp 'through any organization; desired by the subscriber Air. ftfcLennaii has; itietliifieu With ths industry -far .10 years, begin- ning as a shepherd under R. C.'Har- vey of Alberta, who is well known in this part-of the country. GOVERNMENT MAY FIX PRICES Toronto, Sept. 6.-rGoye'himeiit re- gulation of the prices of food and fuel during the is the demand oE labor, and it may be coming. Pre- mier Borden has T.' AI Ste- venson, secretary of the" ant! Labor council, fltatjng that'he would give attentive the of the labor men in'.Toronto J'GF tlie appointment a-comntSsaicr. in lonV after 9ml coal, Mr urulKsnaaKs i uxcuuu guiu- un City Offices 1-50 j mining expert named Moon has been Lefhbridge Hotel............ I.HO tthere-prospecting and has found ore Commercial Cale 1.00 'which is said to assay quite richly. H Feinstein 1-00-------------------------------- Hylands Co............... I B. A. Bwart ........i-----... 2.00 Alberta Saddlery 1.00.1 C. W. Gray ''1-00 i Dallas Hotel................ Louis Keel .-50, Elite Cigar Store Z.Off Armstrong Raworth 1.00 Hayr..................... 3.00' City Harness Shop 1-00 Addison Hlggins 1.M Pastime Barber Shop....... 1.29 The Good Co................ 2.CO B. B. McGregor 1-00 R. A. Wright LOO Delanys Ltd................. 1.00 The 2 M's l.OP I'at Ilurns Ltd. 300 Ktliel Woolley .BO .la'cksort- Drug Co. '.Vellinston D. II. FJton 1.00 Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will Kill MODF FUESTHAN OF ANY .Clean to handle. Sold by oil lists, Grsicera and Central Storefc Blackberries, per box..... 15c 24 box crates ..........S3-25 Blueberries, large Ontario, two pounds for 36c Peaches, finest Crawford's, this'shipment wIM probab- ly be the [aat of the sea- son, per case Crab Apples, large cases.. Pears, 'Preserving Bartlett, per Cooking Apples, 5 for.. 25c Plums, Italian per box Ripe Tomatoes, per Ib.....16c Green Corn on Cob, per dor. 25c Cucumbers, 5 for ..'.........25c Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs. for 25c. Pickling Onions, per Ib. 20c Head Lettuce. Cauliflowers Radishes, Green rons at lowest market prices. Br'asso Metal Poljsh, per tin 25c Shoe: Polish, get 10c Gilt Edge and White Stop- On, per bottle.......... 25c Black knight Stove Polish, 'three-tins for............25c Liquid Veneer and O'Cedar Oil, 25c, SOc and....... Durkee's Salad Dressing, per bottle, 4Sc and ..._... 75c a new macaroni, cooks in one-third the time two packages for 25c Golden Egg No'odies, they speak for1 thefiiaelves, two packages for -V.......... 25c Van Camp's Spaghetti, per tin Chill Con Carne, per tin 15c Corn, Peas and Beans, two tins for 25c French Beans, per tin 15c Macedoines, French mixed t vegetables, per tin SOc Asparagus, Llbby Tips, per tin.................... 3Sc Pineapple, Libby's Hawaiian two tins for............. 25c Peanut Butter, Squirrel Brand, 1 Ib. tin for 30o Fruit Butter, assorted flav- ors, per bottle 25c Catsup, Blue Label, per hot. 35c Pickles, Heinz, Pickles In bulk, Sweet Mixed, Sweet Mustard, Chow Chow, per pint 8te Tomato Soup, Snider's, large tins, each.............. 15c Raspberry Vinegar, large bottle, on sale...........35c Goblin Hand Soap, works wonders, per cake 5c Tea, Kerr's Special, an extra fine Ib........40c Coffee, pur Ideal Blend, 3 pounds, fresh ground Fruit Jars, Gem, Pints, 85c, "Quarts -fl.OO Fruit Perfect Gem, Pints Cheese, Wisconsin Brick, per pound ..................35c Chutney, Sharwood's large bottles SOc Crabb Meat, per tin 35c Washboards, Glass, each 55c Brass, each C5o Brooms, 45c, 55e and ......65c Quality Goods for Pickling Mixed Pickling Spice, Chile Peppers, Mustard Seed, Cel- ery Seed, Pepper Corns, Whole Cloves, Tumoric. Very Special for Saturday BAKTLETT PEAKS About 47 IDs. net weight. Per box PEACHES. Free Stone Elberta. Per case .Family Grocers and Provision TEAS AND COFFEES PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. PHONE 1453 and 4365. .313 6th STREET S.