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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FIVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALT) 'WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS onm We Extend to You a Most Cordial Invitation To Our Our recent visit to the Eastern Markets enables us to Offer Wonderful Values Our Motto: Money Back if Dissatisfied" LADIES-- Have you realized that the leaves are falling, and that autumn will soon be here? It is therefore Time You Gave a Thought to Your Fall Clothes. Noth- ing will prove more helpful to you than a visit to our LADIES' PARLORS Only our, thnoly visit to Hie eastern market en- allies us'.to make such an elaborate showing at so. low; a price' There- are few women who have -.not -been c-u-n-ous as to "what will bc-'woTn this Eall." To tliem particularly The -Royal Store is the place of interest. A. store filled w.ith Ijonndless of exclusive creations, pleasing and tasteful in appearance, correct in fashion and .inexpensive in price; COATS AT to SUITS AT to FURS A grand showing in every kind of Furred Animals Ask Our Prices THE MEN- We Want You to Get Acquainted With Our New Fall Suits and Overcoats All the newest novelties of the sea- son are here in great quantities. You _ will find Tartan Plaids, Checks, Plaids and Plain Blue and Black. Styles are a little more conservative this season, so everyone will have-an equal chance There still remain a few men hi Letbbiidgc who have never visited our store) labor mukr the .impression that these.clothes are only the ordinary stable kind, because the predominating'.price on suits and over- coats is only 112.50 up. The fnct: is that' there is no store in Southeni Alberta that shows the supreme style in their garments that we show. Not Ordinary Values, but Exceptional Bargains at Their Respective Prices A VISIT WILL CONVINCE FURNISHINGS New Shirts, Underwear, Sweaters and Shoes, Hats and Caps 1 ;Xi i STORE Southard Block, 512 3rd Ave. South Ilk' LIFEBUOY HEALTHY SOAP The eveiy-purpose-soap where health Is a prime consideration For the toilet and the bath. Lifebuoy Soap is unexcelled. velvety lather soothes and cleanses while its mild ,'csrbolic solution iaawonder- j fullwalth-preserying agent. The slight carbolic odor vanishes quickly after use. TELEPHONE 60S Mr. J. M. .pldhain, of Valparaiso. Ind., is'spending a couple of weeks] n the city? v. Jliss Adams, who lias heeu spcnd- ng a with Mrs. L.. H. Jel- ift, to her home 'in Oalcsbiirg, III. The many 'friends.of Miss Tlielma Sle.Millan, who was operated on re- cently, wilj be glad to learn thai. ilic. is'progressing very favorably. Packet of WILSON'S FLYPADS WIU kill MORE FLIES THAN OF ANY StlCKY CAKHEll fniirt Star 0 F. will hold Uicit! the foremost bank in .the capital: mcetine tonight Specia! busi- and Mrs. Scalle will be. greatly miss-! fq-tal U amongst their circle ol .ocujf ness attend. I friends Mrs. Seatie is claimed as one, j jof tjiR daughters of Lethbridge. She The Young People's Bible, class 01 Westminster church will hold then: social and business meeting on Thurs- day evening instead of Friday as was announced. ization., of a good officer. Red Cross Notes Mrs. J. I-'. Hodgson and Master Jack are home tonight, af- ter spending the summer months in j the cast. _ j re- riio Mr. and Mrs. II. H. MeElyca will hold'turned on Monday from Uanff. where their" regular monthlj incetmu in St lllui spent their iiome.ymoon. Mr. and cliurih tomoiron attornoon Mr-, Mtl Hea have taken up their A number of important items ol biloi .lesidentc ivilh Mr. awl -Mrs. H. 11. ness necessitates the Mr attendance Way, 12G-I Fourth avenue. if the 'nombcis V delcgito to tin c nvention ncvl month Mill be -ip I lie ugulu meeting of the Alcx- it HIP nietim? I mder tall Chapter, 1.0.D.I-.., >u'l v> "M tomorrow' afternoon at The monthU meeling of Hie il in the M O.A. The. members re S of Kros church was I eld list urged to 11 tend, promptly, so '.hai-- cipnuiE m the school room ivith i the meeting may adjourn at five u6od altcndince The %c.rlplure o clock in order that every one will son ivis read bv McKay I I be gun, an opportunity o attend- on givm ny Miss mg the tei the Art Needle-. Htnni.11 Hid Mm Cli is McKlllop work rlub ire .giving in aid of the rive a repoil of the provincial meet .Red Cioss at the home of Mrs I ing held in t-ilgarj I li Renter ALL SPECIALS ADVER- TISED IN LAST NIGHTS PAPER WILL BE ON SALE THURSDAY The Store of "LpwPricei" Watch For Our Week End News HUDSON'S BAY CO. Salberg Grain Co. MEMiERS'iWINNIpfeG gRAIH EXCHANCE Floor, Hull Bleek. 111 IjUlllUHUJI" tliniivtt ..ii----------.- jj vu> many years ago ami it. ranks ns I tho Keel Cross.. ;