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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEIi Ui, m� Hii'. LtlHiBHlDlJE DAILY HEliAt^v PA(iE ELEVEN Beautiful New Goats at La^ Year's Prices $27.S0, $30.00, $32.50, $35.00, $37.50, $40.0Q, $45.00 We have m^ny other lines of coats-in fact a wonderful range of style at $50.00 to $100.00^but none in which we lake more pride, which represent as much real value, or which are so far suprior to coats of other season's as (his range at $27.50 to $45.00. ; . made of beautiful quality chinchillas, blanket cloths, tweeds, etc., in very attractive styles for young ladies, 15 to 17, small and regular women's sizes up to 38, and large women's sizes up to 44. colors, brown, burgundy, green and rich mixtures, not one can be duplicated at this price. GIRLS' COATS $15.00 to $17.50 eight to fourteen years Smart ' new Btylea. made of (jxcpllent (luality materials, plain colors and mixed Woed.s, the majority, of them lined throughout. NEW UNDERWEAR FOR BOYS, GIRLS AND WOMEN TliR first shipment of Wat-Ron'B fall underwear just placed in stotk. Fleeced Sleepers. . $1.00, $1.45 Girls' UiTlon- Suits, $2.25, $2.50 Ladles! Union Suits, $3.50 � $5.00 Infants' Slip Waists, $1 to $1.25 See the New HATS TOMORROW Kifiy new French patterns on di.splay. $10.00 to $20.00 CLARKE & CO. 614 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge - Alberta SalvatijE^bArmy ign The Herald has been telling the public of Lethbridge something of the wonderful work of the Salvation Army at the front, bringing comfort and cheer to the soldiers in the trenches.' 'Saturday canvassers are to cover the city on behalf of the business men's committee, soliciting subscriptions for this splendid work. Be generous with them. Remember that your boy may today be receiving cheer at the front from one of these tireless, brave Salvation Army workers. They never lag behind, but are always up with the armies in the trenches, right at hand with a hot cup of coffee or some such comfort. Anything that helps the soldiers deserves our generous and hearty support. LESS RESISIi 1 UL u Americans Are Makinj^ Progress | According to Schedule in New Drive *  * 80cial events � *  j Mrs. W. P. Roy is entertaining today In lionor of Sgt. J. Kingston, who is a visitor In the city. * � * personal  ,.  * � * 4 �  > * * � � ' ��^rs. A. M.'Iiafterty retiirned yesterday from a visit in the east.  * * ' Mr. G. K. Gant who h.^s been at-- tending tlie meeting of I'.ij I'ostal ^ C'lerk.s' association in Toron'.o, ha? returned to the city. Miss Hose Hurlbul has returned to Bow Island after visiting Mrs. A. W, Ciill for a short time.  w * Dr. and Mrs. L. G. DeVeber had as their guests yesterday the latter'a als-tfir, Mrs. Genge artd her daughter, Miss Genge, of Macleod. ..'    ''.'Dr. Beland is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Li. G. DeVeber during his visit here. * � * Mrs. .Tames McUonall and family left last night to join Mr. McDonall al Vaucouver, where they will reside in ftiture, � �  ; Mr, R. Dodds has left tor his farm near Bow Island. �   � Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Roy have returned from a visit to Calgary and Banff.  �  . ; Mrs: E. Ward, who has been visit-iiig in Raymond, has returned to the city. ' ....... Sgt. "Jtaitny" Kingston is visiting in the city with Mr. and Mrs. ,]. W. Boul-Ipn, before going on to Vancouver to join his regiment which later will pro-cieed to Siberia. Milton Hicks, formerly of the city, who is now residing in Calgary, is now talcing a course in the Calgary Collegiate.    ?  : churches aKiD societies > > ? : � > > � Knox choir practice will be held at 7.30 this evening in order to ;iUow membpi^i to attend Dr. Beland's lecture in Wfesley church at 8.30. m m m- On Sunday eveulug neit in Knox church Mr. H. McG. Young will give a quarter of an hour organ recital preceding the evening service, commencing at 7.15. playing compositions from French composers, and also ijuring the evening service.  � � Tlier^ will he a meeting of the program and physical activities committees of the Union G.G.t.T., on S;iiur-day night at 8 o'clock, in the Y.M.C.A.' An invitation to meet with these committees is extended to all those of the Kvangelical churches who Vre intei'-ested in the work of the teen-age girls of the city. � . ,    The Eastern Star are holding their bazaar on November 19. � �  ? : > > French were in thfe line at allotted points. Init the di.s-tributiou of tho t'orce.s was such that wherever the Germans turned they faced American troojis. REFUSE RECOGNITION OF HORVATH GOVT. Vladivostok. Thursday, Sept. 5. -The entente allied authorities here have refused to recoanlze the Siberian government headed by General Horvath, according to a semi-official .announoement made today and have appointed a committee of seven to administer the municipal affairs. All, misunderstandings between the Japanese and Russian authorities have been completely arranged. Japanese and Russian troops are fraternizing. One cannot refrain from appending a few remarks to the work being done at (lie Milk Station meiitioned in the above report. While U'lere is'i advice no large sign parading Ihi'- fact that a .Milk Station has been established in the city, yet in a ciuie.t and unobtrusive way a wonderful and great work is being done in this line at the Nursing Mission. Starting in the early spring with one or two babies to care for, it now has 31 little mites of humanity depending upon tho pure food that can bo procured there. This station was .started last Mj^^y^ In a most modest-manner, and latef with tlie aid ,or fundv realized frorti' the tag-day, a room at the .Allssiori was set apart for this purpose. J-lere u most sanitary surroundings are to ')G found scales, materials for dres.s !ig."(, and an Ice-cooled refrigerator vliare .the. millt ,!a l:ent.., Here the iiothers call i.-:z tiitlf daily su/->!=r ot tioa.-Jllladl. milk, here the babies are weighed and here. too. any baby who has need ot a surgical dressiuK is brought tor treattiient. Once inside thi.-i spotless room one does not wonder at the marvellous cures that have been effected or the miracles of bringing back life once more inti) little liodies that were far gone for lack of proper fotul. This milk is obtained from tubercular tested (;o\v.s wliinh are kept apart for tho purpose. U is supplied by the Pelger farming company, who are doing their .sliaro in this great work by making .special. tripii daily into the city wiili liiis product. Arriving at the .Mi.ssion it is stored and kept cuo! ready for distribution, 'i'lie splendid organization in the distribution of the milk results in "practically no waste in the supply, while | special preparations of food are also made np for tliose reciuiring them. i\h-. llugii IJohson. tMiild "Welfare Rxpert. has many complimentary things to say in regard to the milk station that has been esta;hlished. Lethbridge and ("algary have the distinction of being the only two cities in Alberta who have followed up their theoretical knowledge with such praclicar action. Not only liave the lethbridge mothers made use of it, but also several from siirroiilnding r babies to llowing expert and using tlie proper foods their little ones liavo been restored to heallli once more. Tho estabii.shment of tiio Milk Station has necessarily resulted in much more work for the already ibusy workers at tho Mission, but their deep interest in (he work wjih its splendid results, exhibits their .willingness to carry it forward. Miss Tilley; Superintendent, gives a large :part ot'Uer time to. this important pliise .of the Mission work, having" t woi v�ry caf-able aSKislauts.i Miss'Coolf and Miss Phillips. Iteiiiemboring tiie fac'i. tlrAt last year' l.tiOl chlklrVJi nndWp' five years of age died in Albfer'ttt,-one realizes the necessity for'^siich work and feels jiroud that Lcjlhbridge as a city has taken sucli strides in this direc-- ig ,iowns have brought their adrthe Station, where, follow STANDARD PAPER PATTERNS Fourth 'Avenue standard  'P^'lllllftWV quality Near Post Office merchandise . Stocks here are very much larger than ever before and values are exceedingly, good considering the high costof production-In fact the prices we ask on mofet merchandise are lower than the present wholesale prices. For Saturday and Monday Shoppers Extra Special Bargains in This List A LINE OF LADIES' RAIN COATS $5.00 Brown, fawn, navy and- black. Regular ?S.OO, values. LADIES' WHITE COAT MIDDIES for $1.69 AU iwhite and white trimmed with colors rose, green and blue. Regular ?2.50 styles. LADIES' TWEED WINTER COATS $20.00 AU wool heavy tweeds, made up in correct styles. MERCERIZED SLIPPER COTTON 15c Used for knitting sweater?, toques and scarves. OLD ENGLISH PURE WOOL SERGE ^ Yard, $1.75 Navy, Copenhagen and black. 44 inches wide. 15 ONLY, L\Dl�S' 5ERGE SKIRTS To Be Sold at. Each, $5.00 Pure wool, fast dye serge, sizes 23 to 2S waiat-bands. Good plain styles. While they last. Choice ............................. 5.00 HOLEPROOF SILK AND LISLE I HOSIERY stocks are-again complete in this famous guaranteed stocking. Colors and black. Silk Holeproof at $1.25 and-?1.50. Lisle Holeproof, at, pair .............. I DC 8-4 BLEACHED TWILLED SHEETING 69c 7-4 PUIN BLEACHED SHEETINGS 59c 60INCH PURE LINEN DAMASK TABLING Per yard, $1.25 31-IN. VYELLA FLANNELS Yard, $1.10 stripes and checks. ' ' RADIUM SILK HOSIERY $1.00 Regular $1.25 liae in black and colors. WHITE HUCK TOWELS Per pair, 45c Size 18x36. Heavy, quality. Se-IN TAFFETA SILKS ' $.1.95 This is a $2.50 quality in colons nury, grey, purple, wine and Copenhagen. A bargain j STANFIELD'S 2.PIECE SLEEPERS FOR CHILDREN Perfect fitting. Less washing. Per suit, | |JA ?1..35 and ............................. 1*U WATSON'S PLUSH SLEEPERS One piece. Per suit, $1.00 and $1.25 HEAVY GREY BLANKETS A bargain, at 3.25 11-4 WHITE OR GREY FLANNEL-ETTEBLANKETS 2.75 Carpet Runners 6.75 Velvet Hall Runners or Rugs, 27 inches by lOS Inches. Regular value $10.00. Clearing them out at We do not carry a stock ot carpet rugs, but our buyer saw this snap and bought it to offer at a special low price and clear quickly. 26.INCH GREY UNION FLANNEL per yard, 35c COnON FILLED QUILTS Large size, heavy quality. Special at, each, 3.50 SEE OUR STOCK OF SWELL NEW SILK AND GEORGETTE WAISTS-THE CREAM OF THE MARKET. The Simpson Co., Limited ;