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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE r.ETHBRIDGE DAILV HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1915 f CLARKE CO. MANY ATTRACTIVE SATURDAY VALUES In seasonable goods that you need rigKl now, and will for some months to come purchases of all our Woollens gave us. the advantage oi' the old prices, the benefit of which wo now pass on to you. at prices thirty to ili'ty per cent, less than yon would have to pay according to pres- ent costs. Read earefnllv. The Ladies9 Store Phone 453 Acadia Blfc A FALLACY CORRECTED It has whispered, und even talked or that the morch- ants this city are "not carrying sufficiunt stock to meet pf Jsent demands, thereby compelling peo- ple to send away for their require: ments. can assure the of this city, aiid the men too, ;that stocks in this store were never at a higher point of com- pleteness litKii they are right now, with the exception of a few lines' in woollens impossible to procure promptly on account of the war; so do not .be misled by a few loud talkers, who are themselves, pos- sLbly. the most persistent out-oC- shoppers hereabouts. We have the goods at right prices and always welcome your personal investigation in support of our claims. Special. Saturday Values 65c VIYELLA FLANNEL un- shrinkable, the best for children's wear: waists, pyjamas, etc. Large assortment, of light and dark special PURE WOOL Mie old price. Plain, navy, and black, also hair line stripe, iiavy and Copenhagen. 4tl inches v.-itle. Saturday special POPLIN excellent iiuality yard wide silk, colors navy, black, Belgian blue. Russian sreen. sand, brown, helio. white ;mu other colors. Saturday special .CANTON FLANNEL weight Canton good Knapp. white or cream. 27 to ,9 inches wide, strong and durable. 4 C-% Saturday special I W MOREEN fine quality soft finish skirting, full yard wide, black, navy, brown and maroon. Saturday Special FLANNELETTE SHEETS .best value .obtainable at the money, large size, (50x78, white or, grey. lovely 4 7C quality. Saturday I I W Choose New Suit and Coat Saturday The famous North way line holding its place this season, stronger than ever before as Can- ada's unmatchable garment, not alone because of their early purchase of this season's materials al old prices, but also on account oi the superiority of their styles and their willingness to take a close margin of profit in these times of scarce money. AM these advantages await you at this Etcre and in face of most decided advances in mater- ials, we can safely say that we have never be- fore sold such excellent garments for such little money. Investigate tomorrow. A WONDERFUL SHOWING OF HANDSOME COATS 512.50 540.00 That would do credit to stores in cities much larger than Lethbridge. Souio lovely new garments just to by txprees U'is week, and shown tom.irr-.yv for ihc f.rs-, Velvets and Veltvt Conis arc sliov-n in snmo of the richest ts of Uio as 'veil as many garments oC pun? wool cloths at prices to suit every yurei and in sizes to fit any figure. SUITS OF SUPERIOR STYLE AND BECOM- INGNESS to Characterized by extreme moderation in price. An excellent assortment of the most favored styles of the showing the military tendency, mostly belted with close buttoning fronts and close fitting collars; skirts with, yokes or yoke effects, plain flare or pleated styles. Materials are mostly Cheviots in 'excellent quali- ties: .colors navy, black, Russian eiten. Sizes for extra large extra small women and all regular Jigures. WE.MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND I GUARANTEE THE FIT. Make your selection tomorrow. A deposit se- cures your choice tilt you are ready to take it away. Special Saturday Values LADIES' UNDERWEAR weight vests and drawers, vests long sleeves, but- toned front, drawers'in two styles. Special value ___................ LADIES' UNION Extra fine qual- ity, medium weight, mixture of cotton and wool, regular ladies' sizes. "JPC Saturday Special I I W LLAMA HOSE at the old price; finest cashmere in all ladies' sizes, spliced heels and toes, splendid to wear. Saturday QUU GOSSARD recognized leader of all front lacing corsets. We are sole agents for Lethbridge. and DOGSKIN WALKING in all laaies' sizes, tans ouly, very strong and durable and superior qual- ity. Saturday Special splendid styles, hook front or back fastening, trimmed with lace and embroidery; sizes up to 44. Saturday Special 65c it should be. A light steamer, be-! I rise and sing. I know not what I I lieves Chief Hardy, would solve the sing. Though wordless, 'tis a hymn situation. But the cheapest machine j of praise. wondrous scene re- I Khich would be oi. any practical the Whole J. H., ihere, accordmh tc ftgares submitted in Winnipeg Free Press. j to the council some time ago. I cost in the neighborhood of or j SlO.llriO, and of course the city has frfirf A tlinff10fl not got the mom-y. x S1WUIU.KU -.A complete report covering even'! jJhase oi the, situation as relating to! DN.E PRAIRIE-MOOD: DEPRESSION The winds are st-ilK Not a fe Fifth'street on Besaay j S will is considered at dull and "flat, it meeting, of ihe commissioners onj reaches out to meet a aky as dull. for Big Guns Here Canadian Regts. Will go to Britain asUnits in Future] Ottawa, Sept. was annouric-j ed recently by the "f militia depart-j ment that 12 senior! battalions from province, were; Toronto, Sept. first order to sent Eo ShoraclifTc as complete the British government placed with uniw and it is understood that, fol-j Canadian Manufacturers for field ar-.jowjng negotiations with the war J neld.nffiPP nnlicv would ________. I 51011, tbe pressure would not lie what sunset western glow! hut the factories'exFect to begin op- erations within a month: esprit de corps. It is much" more satisfactory to officers GEQ KERR CO. High-class Grocers and Provision Merchants Select your -Preserving Pea-chee, Blue Plums and Bartlett .Pears this week; prices will advance soon. B. .C. Blue Plums Large boxes weighing 24 Ihs. gross... 3 pounds; fresh ground for Ham; pfcr pound ...35c Pork with Dressing Per pound 35c cross fish; pounds for Beef; Fray Santos; Per pound .35c Honey; per tin Peaches Elbertas, finest preserving, per case and Beans; Ltbby's. large tins; 2 Tongue; pound iFi em ish Beauty Per case First Milk; small. Oil; La Perlie, an extra high grade 25, 45, and Pesrs Bartlett, last large tins, 3 A1 Sauce Peas Beam; Oats; per sack 35c Per dozen... 30c, 35c and Beans; 2 for 25 O'ats; per package.. 25c Large size, doz.. Icing, Bnr or Lump; Per pound finest back 25c 6 packages for Premium 31c Grsen Tomatoes; pound Crisp Celery: a pounds ___ E. D. Per bottle Premium, boned and sliced; f.er pound ..30c Ripe Tomatoes; fancy stock Per basket Apple Jelly; ibottle Health Crab per case Butter; -Heinz's Potatoes; Ibg for..25c Pickling Onions; silver skin; Per pound in 'Bulk; 'Heinz's, Sweet Mixed; Chow Chow A Sweet Gerkins; per quart ___ C. er G: W. 2 packages for 4Sc Jelly 4 packages. Tea; Heir's Special, at the Unsweetened, Soap; 11 bars for ___ Me Prompt Delivery to all parts of the City JPhonel453 5th Streets. and men alike to go jn a body rath- j er than in defcachments. Any. drafting to he done will be done from Shorn- clifte. "IF WE SHOULD BE INVADED-" These sarcastic verses, by Don Mar- quis, directed against the opponents ,of military preparedness in the Un- ited States, are printed in the Newf j York Sun under the heading, tie Hymn of the If we should he invaded not a P would be hurted From all our olive ranches The doves would come with branch- es coo that war is sinful tiX the j annon were converted. If we should ever be attacked the war would soon he finished, For a host of rhetoricians With moral propositions Would argue with the enemy till his assaults diminished. There are no troubles in thi: world, nor flangprs nor What picture could be nicer Than a peaCc-al-any-pricer Conquering an'army corps 'with little tracts and kisses We do not need to be prepared 'tis wicked to fcc Let peaceful prattlers meet 'cm And murmur "Little Swcstum I Killing folks with guns and things -isn't cute and charming War is naughty, war is brutal of it won't he Just look about the earth All is joy and peJce and mirth Its lui in a it population's uniformly ten- der-hearted. For our pledges, obligations, enter- tain no fear For 'tis common knowledge, Taught in every college, Thai a oration will crush a cannoned1. T H E S I M PS O N GO. L I'M I TED Fall Winter Stocks Showing Unequalled Values in Coats, Suits, Dresses, Under- wear, Sweater Coats, Toques Hats, Dress Coeds, Silks and Velvets. Splendid range of Styles to select from at prices lower than usual Women's Three-Quai'- ter Coats Heavy Scotch and Soft Chinchilla materials in shades of grey, blue, brown and tan, witii or without -belts. Military and other collars, bodies lined. Spec- ia1 values at Women's Three-Quar- tet' Coats Extra quality Scotch Tweeds; novelty flaked effects in newest -color mixtures. Raglan or belted styles. The best we've ever shown at Have a Look at the Coats at This season's full skirt styles in a. variety of cloths and colot> ings. Little Girls' Misses' Coats from Hf4 to Any style or prico desired in Tweed, Corduroy and Chinchilla. Women's Navy Serge Dresses One of the best values in Serge Dresses to be had this season. Values that cannot be repeated. 'Women's Stylish Tailored Suits Reg. values for Reg. ?oO values for Reg. values for Reg. values -Materials arc first class, well lined and carefully tailored, made up in the season's correct styles. Alterations and fit guaran- teed. Women's Sweater Coats The biggest range of styles and colorings we have ever shown. From to Toques and Caps For boys and girls. See the range of styles. At each and Silk Hosiery Only 35c Black and white only. Regular 65c quality. On sale at. Watson's Ribbed Complete stocks to hand of this superior perfect fitting underwear You will save' money iby buying early. Prices are advancing at the mills. Women's Combinations Fine ribbed, soft cotton and wool mixture, with low cut neck and short sleeves. Per suit Women's Heavy fib- bed Combination, Sizes 84 to 42. Women's All'-wool Combs Women's Silk and Wool Combinations. Girls' Combinations. and Boys' Ribbed and Vests and Drawers from...35c up Women's Voile and Muslin Waists Lot No. 1. values to for Lot No. L', values to ?2.00 for Lot No. 3. values to {3.00 tor Crcpc (le Chene and Messaline Waists Lot No. 1, values to for Lot No. 2, values to S5.00, tor Lot No; 3, values to J6.0fj .Special Purchasei of Corset Covers 25C Regular values 40c on at 25c WE ARE SHOWING EXCEP. TIONAL BARGAINS IN .QUILTS, BLANKETS, SHIRTING FLANt NELS, FLANNELETTES, SHEET- INGS AND LONG CLOTHS. COME IN AND LOOK- THEM OVER! The Simpson Co., Limited Remount Buyers Pass Up Raymond "aymojid, Sept. .anil rancfiers in the liaymond anil Ma- grath districts are wondering why the British government remount com- mission passed them up in the recent tour through the province. Neither of these tov.-ns were included in the "that they -contributed to lire Cana- never recur in the life of this dian government'Jast spring some of. Mormons'from ail'' over tiic the very test horses that were soulh wiu asscmbic at Cardslor, chased in .the west. It is probable; Sundav to witrss lhe ,ayi of- the .hat Havmond men-sole more horses Of the-kilter Day Saint to the: federal authorities than any Taylor stakc be3 rep'rc. other town -its. size in; Allierta. IWnviti 1'ianU strong. A special train, h.ns Ikei secured from the "O.P.R., anit c-vtra low iarcs "re oiicral tor .'-he trip. Krom Kaympnil the. tink- will sell at 51.25. train will w se a umic here at nuclei %xt.f Kff I Sahlrdi, Jnll Cardston Raymond, Sept. .by j for the 5.30 Sunday after- itinerary, notwithstanding the fact a ceremony the like of which may I noon, was executed by at, the. frono, anrt striking embelllnhmcnt to liia1 tent C.eneral loffro Is sccr, Iraillns to Ihc so'ffoM the Crown Prince, Aunrlan Fmimro'r ini sick Turk M rosed together with strings of Ucrmnn sausase ;