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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1WC.K F.LF.VKN ^ 1 GIRLS' COATS $15.00 to $17.50 EIGHT TO FOURTEEN YEARS Smart new styles, made (it I'x.-i'lliMil ciniilliy materials, pl.'iin coin;-.- and mixed t li   majority of ili � j11 lined thruiiKh mil. Beautiful New Coats at La& Year's Prices $27.50, $30.00, $32.50, $35.00, $37.50, $40.00, $45.00 We have many other lines of coats-in fact a wonderful lange 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 coals of other season's as tins 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 33, AND LARGE WOMEN'S SIZES UP TO 44. COLORS, BROWN. BURGUNDY, GREEN AND RICH MIXTURES, NOT ONE CAN BE DUPLICATED AT THIS PRICE. NEW UNDERWEAR FOR BOYS, GIRLS AND WOMEN Tli'' first .shipment. i>r Witt .-on's fall underwear just placed in stuck. Fleeced Sleepers.. $1.00, $1.45 Girls' Union Suits. $2.25, $2.50 Ladies' Union Suits, $3.50 - $5.00 Infants' Slip Waists, $1 to $1.25 See the New HATS TOMORROW Kitty ww I'Vonrli p.-ttieni" on 'I i>-l>l;iy. $10.00 to $20.00 Salvatiojp Army Campaign i The Herald has been tciiou) the public of Lethbrida.; the soldiers deserves our yrneious and hearty support. [ESS RESISTANCE WEI Americans Are Making 1'ioo-iess AccordinK to Schedule in New Dn\c i CLARKE & CO. 614 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge - Alberta 'hat I i;ri'.- ' i in".. - il ;n,; i o o � social EVENTS * Mr.;. W. P. Roy u cutcitainiu^ today in hniinr of Set .I Kiui'stoti. wim is a visitor in tin: cii >. (if patients payinr, fill el' patients pavinc p.u p.n.c n i.- carcl I! Ill tor I Mili�n lliel.s. formerly of the  i;y. i N'uiiibi wim i I Niiinln ; Collegiate, j fee f. .;. >�' " Cruciri"- supplied m .,>, i i 4r Jam i iicx; meat in nine families:! f. .;. .> j bread u> lun old which', meili, ill ! 1'ir one pa i lent: in ill; for i in'" Knox choir practice will lc> held a t ' fa M,j | j,.,; ,,,,( family i 7.;:" this evening in order to ..I'.ow |,.|,|iiij)K fin' two liable.,; .water nit> , members to at t end I h\ Bcluiid's lert tire |,,,;,| f,,,. toiirieeii Vanillic.-; coil for .in Wcsloy ' liui: h a'. S | 1,11, lamily: worn  J..fiiiii;t to:' "i\iiii j ter �  * ! I'.'i iii I '� i,.f. j On Sim,lay evening next in Kmc; ' Twent y cigh t calk- for m..mcn fori iia> work Mlpplieil ! * PERSONAL �   );,Ar*. A M. I.affci: \ returned y day from a visit i.i tin' case * * ' chui'i li Mr II. Met;. Young will civ,, a Mr. (!. K. limit w!io lie hci. at � Pot i1 � ceiling the evening service, coriinieiic clerk-.' a.-' aicia' ion ,;i Tc; e,' has . - Um at T.I.*.. pliyinK eomposif ions from tc.iiii lo 'he city i-'reudi composern, ami also during t'.ie  el'i'tlillS service. Miss Itose liitrlbu: h:i" retiirneil to;  * How Islam! after vMitini; Mrs. A. \V. i'|,,r,> will he a meeting of the pro ('nil for a Hltort tiine Krani .uid pliysical activities commit- tees of the I'nioii ('(.' I.T.. on Si'iir- Pr atnl Mrs I. (I. IJeVeher had as (|ilv nlKht .,, s o'clock, in the V M (' A. their kucsIs yesterday tli" lail-r's sis All invitation lo nmei Willi these com (T. Mrs. Cetute anil her . A io"i n.ili I � �p: l:; ) Aim ro I Iiiii;.". i 'he ;ir-; run. Iasive eviden irians arc hcini; used on lb'! line. I'il,; Aiiiei'ic.in... j >: 111 � - > 1 ahi;-!,' the from. e\cepi .c TI.'V were met Willi !e than they call "\pectc! '1 ; IiiiivcVi �;. hi');,i ii i heir p ra;;e i on ca rlv. 'i'liev ;:a \ h ."ii''. warninr, of wli.c ' and (ion l'er-Oiiiiu'.s jia:: plctely prepared for Mi, 'ack w h-n I: started. Wli I" the heavy iit!�. I. id..de mi | In- linn ii a ml -> tli- si. Mihie! se, ,.,]'. a ; , 1 lie I'oin: ni' I '. anr.le- ... ' itn; ;. sen....... raid.-, is. , I into Hi" fid. t of lie 1. : Tic sii en^lli of t lie (;� . i l|r'u' i fuiown. U-." r �� � ert i i ; : ii;i! \e.. Iiail "f .'��".id aU � point. : " c-ianiT ' c'riir' lis, �iv bar- !'l" .\|ll"l'- iif- 'I'u n call.-- lor maids August. N'.i;:;bi",' of new patients ... Numlii'l- of old patient- ..... 1J Number of Metro, patients 1 Number oT professional "alls i day i ................. Number of pri dos - iona! I'alls i niciii i................ Nuinli'-r ot i'riciidiy and 'ndiiV calls.................... Number of loisiiics culls ...... Number of office calls........ ici'ii leailii-d �Illlected .. l|Ual, Villiolj! llollll' w llelil The fr.iiii ��; . miles in lem;! i ; t lit- line in alio: i  i rilnit ion of t ii" ' \ wherever the : * lllpe i milk , nr two ', women, water rates were pah! for1' three families': new hoots for one' buy; one itimll.v who came to us for assistance and who demanded a ureal I deal were, seni hack to ilm States by ; the city; warm riotliiiiK and boots were Riven to Vive families. \ Kir.hteen women were nlven day's \ work. j Milk Station. I ' ; KEI'L'Sl-: HKCOd'.MTIO.N" | OF HOUVATll (iOVT.' s-, Vladivostok Tluirrday. Sept. 5. i,- j -The entente allied authorities ...I here have refused to recognize J the Siberian government headed by General Horvath. according to a semi-official announcement made today and lia.t appointed a committee of seven to administer the municipal affairs. All misunderstandings between the Japanese and Russian authorities have beiMi completely arranged. Japanese and Russian troops are fraternising. Diirinj! the in with of .Inly we sup- j of a luirniea i ilr.-.*. DeWolfe's Shoe Store COR. FOURTH AVENUE AND FiWTH STREET S, The Grocer who knows fine Teas, recommends IF Morning, Noon and Night" raid's Best tea in sealed packages. .__________________________ __________I .�7'i ;:reat work by iti.ikui^ :-pei ial trips daily ini0 .styles. LADIES' TWEED WINTER COATS $20.00 All wool heavy Iweeds, iniiile up in correct styles. MERCERIZED SLIPPER COTTON 15c I'sed for knitting sweaters, tonnes and scarves. OLD ENGLISH PURE WOOL SERGE Yard, $1.75 Xuvy. copeiiluificu .and black, l-l Inches wide. 15 ONLY, INDIES' SERGE SKIRTS To Be Sold at, Each, $5.00 I'lire wool, fast dye scr^e, sizes to 'JS waist-liauds. (.loud plain styles. While they last, Choice ............................. 5.00 HOLEPROOF SILK AND LISLE HOSIERY Stocks are iiKain complete in Ibis famous Rimr-alileed stocking. Colors and black. Silk Holeproof al $1.25 ii 11(1 Ifl.TiO. I,Isle Holeproof, ut, pair ............:..................... 75c 8-4 BLEACHED TWILLED SHEETING 69c 7-4 PLAIN BLEACHED SHEETLNGS 59c GO-INCH PURE LINEN DAMASK TABLING Per yard, $1.25 31-IN. VYELLA FLANNELS Yard, $1.10 Stripes and chocks. RADIUM SILK HOSIERY $1.00 Regular $1.-5 line In black and colors. WHITE HUCK TOWELS Per pair, 45c Size lRxrtfi. Heavy quality. 36-IN TAFFETA SILKS ' $,1.95 Tin's is a $2..">0 qualify in colors navy. �rey, purple wine ami copenliiiKen. A bargain at ................................. 1.95 STANFIELD'S 2-PIECE SLEEPERS FOR CHILDREN 1.50 I'eil'ect fittlnK, Less wnsliiiiR. Per suit. ,