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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta F.SDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 19ir> TUP; DAILY HRM-VLT) PAGE F1VH CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Block two Special Values m Coats and Suits JON SALE TOMORROW AND THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK Styles in every case right up'to the iri.iniile. materials of excellent .quality ami newest colorings, ami values us good as you have ever seen in normal times before cloths were'scarce. These two Hues were specially purchased with a view to featuring them as leaders and oiler more real value for the money than you will see again this season. SALE OF COATS SUITS. Undoubtedly tho very best valuu you will spo anywhere this season and styles are as smart and becom- ing as the -higher priced garments. Coats belted at waiyt, with nuat fitting convertible collars that look well-high or low; full ripple skirt. Skirls made with full sweep, most- ly plain styles, belted and shirred at back, ol' waist. Materials featured are excei- lenl quality Serges and Cheviots in rich shades of navy, hrnvni. ami black ami in addition to these a splendid selection of greys in the larger sizi.'f. Splend- id variety of all from 10' up io 44; lOvery one new this season and styles offered are among the hesl that have been sliowu. Loose backs with belted fronts: others belled at hack; others again with front anil back; llughtn. semi-Raglan or set-in sleeves; very neiit fittint' convertible collars in choker or combination effects, neat trimm- ings of, velvets or plushes: all of the big, comfortable styles so pop- ular (Ills season, made with ItiH ripple skirt. Materials are splendid quality in medium and dark iiilors: plain and Frira- PH in gruvs ;ind browns and spluii- did-qiialily NiggerliMids in plain shades ol' green, brown, navy and black. Sizes up io -1-1. We make alterations free and guarantee the lit. yoiir choice till you are ready to fake if away. A deposit secures WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Special Showing of Taffeta Ribbons all leading and staple colors, splendid qualities for Hair Bows, and Millinery trimmings, 4 inches wide, all colors. Heavy TalTela. per yard Five ins. wide, per-yard ...........15c Superior quality C.'hilTon TalTela. yard 25c 200 yds, of All Silk Poplin The acme of qiiiilily in silks Tor ihe pres- eni modes in dress. Sol'l finish, 1ns- irrons colorings of rose. Tuscan. Copenha- gen Bine. Belgium Bine, Russian Miid Mack. Thin v-six inches wide. Specially priced per Ready-to-Wear News HOX TON CORSETS A splendid range of Bon Ton Corsets In odd tug. These are made of (lie finest tioufil, worth j to per pair. Specially tfcn JA priced, per pair..................... NEW FALL SKIRTS Of handsome Serges, Gaberdines, Tweeds, Vel- vets and Silks, splendid assortment of the latest colors and Priced at up to....................... u WHAT OLOIER5 WANT' j Cipt. Brooki, of No. 4 Dompany, 7th Battalion, writing from the front, uyi: "My men would be very ratcfut to anyone who will end them Zam-Buk. It is in great demand for uts, blistered heels, etc. Parcels should be ad. reised to Co. Scrgt.-Major, Io. 4 Co., 7lh Bait., B.E.F." Be sure to include some lam-Buli in your next par- el to the front. 50c box, 3 lor all druggists, or EtID-Buk Co., Toronto. tadier-Geueral Sir W. D. Otter [he city today from Ottawa. Brig.- Dtter is in charge of concentra- PHONE 1224 'Winning a Generation" was Ihe____________ special feature of. Ihe Dally Day exer-j p L Hammond and moth- cises in. Wesley Bible school Sun-, er_ JlrB w B. um-n6u, are spending a day. Opening with the march of Be-; few days at tile Palliser, Calgary. ginners and Primary to song, into the! n.'o'Jagan and Hiss main hall, the different departments! arp tt fow in order took part and were presented c t F al by the their certificates ol promotion and awards far attendance and excellence ot work uu.ic- in the j Tho and Maids -of Ens- graded courses. The secretory s re-; Inml win mect tiight at port showed. perfect attendance ot.7an ,u s o E A many of the teachers and a number: wljist win the meeting, of the scholars. After music by the orchestra a most; j A and Mrs. Ing- unique anl interesting program Of Edmonton, who have been the pared by the superintendent. Mr.: guests of -Mrs. and Hiss Allen, Hull Guess aud bis helpers, given, en-, left for their homes last ineration." Mes- -I titled "Winning a Ge.....------- sages were heard from Japan, China, i .Mr. Arthur Higinhothani returns to. Phillpnines, .the Moslem eWorld and from a trip to Japan, where ho South America..''This-was followed by; Was the guest of his brother, Mr. a quartette, Macedonia Cry.'1 j Harry Higinbothnni. Then came the resources to meet the cry; with's Sunday school The friends of Mrs. Alice M. Davis, force of of whom ot Coalhurs't, who nuclerwent ah dp- are in North'America. Methodism's eration for appendicitis at the Gait Sunday school force is The' Hospital on Sept. li'th, will be pleased opportunity; and responsibility were i to hear that she will soon be able to stated. j return home. The promise was read from Phi! 2.1 that "at the name of Jesus The Slathesis club will hold Its 'll and the: quar- first meeting of the season tp- hole Wide. World for morrow afternoon at three o'clock Jesus and a sextette. "Bo with us sharp in the Y. M. C. A. ampS'ln which alien enemies are eil tlirqugliout Canada, and he essful rally. large number of parents and frionds were present in response to .king his regular tour of I- distributed by the bo: In the west He spent this junior department ng at the Henderson Park camp school- begins next Sunday the yean the books hotel while in the city. AND PROHIBITS CATTLE EXPORTS ion. Sept. Dutch gov- nt has prohibited the exporta- f cattie, says a dispatch from Jague. All preserves containing Twill also come under the pro- Talks i litter, the 98 Per Cent Food. is wrong to consider butter merely a spread for bread, butter on broad or for cook- purposes, is a highly con- trated food-fat, containing ,-ls .vitally mieesMry for'bod- energy. SO to 85 p.jr cent at ter is pure fat in the best 11; Then there is tlm-.e per. it of mineral matter for bone- jlding-and one per cent pro- i for muscle making and .re-, ring. The stomach dllickly inrhs butter. Putter is a lead- .jamorigst foods pi high fuel me. Thickly buttered bread V two-value food, much need- by vigorous workers. Our Caljary Branch Was' -.'.iffHUM First Prize for Batter Thi Toronto Exhibition ikSK YOUR GROCER FOR i "CRYSTAL BRAND" .t cCrystal Dairy Limited PHONE 1676 ber will be "'present to .celebrate the anniversary. Last even'nc WPKIRV choir tertained by Rev. and Mrs. G. H. t'en" Saturday morning when Miss Kathleen Murphy, eldest daughter of liev. Arthur Murphy and Mrs. phy (Janet became the bride of .Mr. John Cleave :Kenwood, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. 'John Kenwood, v C. W. JlcKiih officiated. essons for the new year, me DOOKS .inj' zsxsx teaching: !spenl- The adult .classes are reorganizing Womell.8 civic cluh would like for Mrs. Brandow is teach-, gyin clas. ing the.Pro.theon young adies again, i t y M0 A beginning on Oct. 4tli. while E. R. J- Forster will teach fcw Mraes ,mve been in young men, and Dr. Rivers the Wesley, anfl jt a ,a mlmber, can- Onwards which is composed chilfly of, ]0t aecurea tlie work wln have'16" married'-people. be The secretary will-re- ceive names for the afternoon a'n'd evr ening classes at -8th street south or phone 678. One of Moose Jaw's :most- populai women, and who is probably more than any one else responsible for, the hand- some Y C building to the af I fairs or which she has giijea much time passed on Sent 24tb in j the person of Almma Bellamy, wife of Norman Bellamy, .of IE a serious accident resulted'in the injury of two of Carcl- ston's business men. In hauling, from the station a load of which is now being car ried by Duee Uros the team being driven bj Dure Jr ran throwing the driver lorwaid upon the horses. Roy pucei who was back upon the could-unlj jump to save himself and he wal badly bruited The teami must have kicked Wm. Duce, as he several bad cuts about, the head .and Is still unable to attend to business One large mirror was shattered and some further dam age done to the load AERONAUT IS KILLED AT SPOKANE FAIR North Wish., Sept. George an aeronnut of Spokane fell ?on feet at the state fair bore ves terdsy killed HB had been using foui parachutes In bin night parachute failed to open and he to the ground "1 he Hales of Noblemen Cigais have more than Hrebled during tin pasl tnrec months Hive you tried ono t been response. stalling a bed Is be named after the donoi poor health for over.three Bellamy was an active member of the O.13.S. Local Chapter, and was also an office-holder in the Grand Chap; ter. Saskatchewan O.K.S. She leaves besides her husband and daughter, her mother, Mrs. Alexander, arid; two brothers Clement and William, and one sister, Mrs George Me" of Cran brook, B C formerlv of I ethbridge. o Christ chinch Edmonton, Ihe scene of a pretty wedding at half past two HANDSOME FALL SUITS The most exclusive range of New Fall Models can be viewed in our Ready-to-Wear section. Per-. fettly made throughout and all made of the niOBi up-to-date clothe. Prices range from AA up to Boys' Specials for Wed. BOYS' -IERSEYS In colors Brown, Xavy. f'ardinal, Sase, .Cream, Ruby and Heseda. Sizes 18 to 28. ..89tv Sl.OO: Wedjicschiy Reg. -SI..25; Wednesday Ke.ff. Eeg. HOYS' -JERSEY SUITS In heavy ribbed quality in colors brown, navy, cardinal, and white, in sizes IS io ill. Keg-'. fioO; Special Keg. Kpecinl Eeg. -S3.-00; Special BOYS' BLOOMER PANTS Regular- 00 I GROCERY SPECIALS For WEDNESDAY FLOUR H. B. Go's Sen I ol' Quality 19 Ih sack 98Hi sack Five Ruses 49lh sack 98lb y's Pure Orange Mar- malade, special 4 Ik pall.--. Stewart's Raspberry or Black rant Jam. reg. Side, very 1.special, 1 pail.......... Concord Grapes -per basket Pardon's English Malt Vinegar Special pint bottles Gold Bar Regular 35c; special per tin Vinegar, in bulk, white or brown, per gallon Peaches, for preserving per Westoii's- Royal Cream Sod special per. Ivory Gloss Starch. Two packets Soap, Sunlight .or Lifebuoy Eleven bars for 59c Cur- 69c 50c 15c 29c 50c !127c 23c 50c Boots and Shoes Ladies" Black Suede Button Boots Cuban lieels and neatly shaped toe. All sixws; special Men's Hox Kipp TUwher Boots .A rftaJ gtfnd working shoe tit all Regular special per pair....... Ladies' i'iofh Top Ladies' Patent Hurt Clotii top shoes All sizes, specially priced per pair... Boots Specials from the House- furnishing Section Japanese Malting Rugs N'eatly, stencilled designs. Sim 3x1 yards. Or- iental pattern. Regular J3.75 QQ Spsclal ftimOil Matting Rugs Idea! bedroom floor coverings in colors of, brown, blue, red and green. Size 2 by 'JC 3 yards; very special each Semi-Porcelain Cups Saucers English Semi-porceb.irt ctips and saucers. Gcod quality, clover leaf design. Special per one half dozeu Tea Tots Xaat. blae pattern. Small sizes fiach Japanese Cups and Saucers Japanese cups and saucers. Special two for New Fall Coats In Tweeds. Chinchillas, Baby Lamb, Plushes, and Sealettes. A vast range of models to make your choice from. All sizes. Prices from TO A.. two tl nn I j S16.50 fHE HUDSON'S BAY CO. 4 Q RED CflOSSJNOTES The Canadian Red Cross society has decided to equip a convalescent hos- pital at St. Lawrence. College, Kams- gate. For thus purpose Till) beds are required nt addition to -100 already subscribed to assist in a previous society. hospital equipped by the A general appeal is being made throughout Canada for assistance in equipping this hospital The Alberta biandi of the Red Cioss has under taken to donate" 00 of the required number of beds. Many of our Alherta men will be ndmitted and cared for in this hospital To provide foi their comfort should be our .first; considera tion The pronncml branch theie fore, has no hesitation in appealing for funds for this purpose, and looks to the people throughout Vlbeita fo The.cost of in- These becis will Andrew K of lersej Clt> N J, playfulh tapped a one pound shell, a souvenir of the Black Tom Island explosion, with a hammer drew lost the souvenir, the hammer GILLETT ing power tvtrjrtlilntl i wtwlmwmt. GIRLS AND WOMEN ARC EXECUTED IN BELGIUM AuiBterdam, Sept. desliatches from Maastricht, Holland, today say that 17 per-. sons already have been execnt- ed as a result of recent trials at Belgium, or, the charge, of espionage. In all. persons were condemned to death, among them four priests, tlyfe .women and two young girls. EAT MOP GOOD BREAD, LESS MEAT So Says Dr. Harvey J. Wiley, the Famous Pure Food Expert. He slates -that meat contains 60 per cent, water and costs from 25c a pound up, gillie bread is only 40 per cent, water aud costs about nc a also that bread furnishes more energy i per pound I ban meat possibly can. Of courfae Wllev meant GOOD bread." And bread, to be good, must be made from flour spotlessly clean, puie and of full food To use anv othei kiwi of floui no matter how cheay ib false economy The moat particular housewife tnaj feel quite confident of baking big clean loaves of full food value if. she uses pgllvle'8 Royal Household B'lour which can be puichased of any dealei Also it a more economical Io feed the Royal Household Bipad m stead or. so much ment. CHARLIE CHAPLIN HELPS WAR LOAN Monti cal Sepl ot the most interesting subscrip-, tions to Canada's wai loan from the United Stales came fiom thf movie celebritv Charlie Chaplin who telegraphed the Dominion bond torporatlon here to obtain of the loan for him.. GIGANTIC AUCTION SALE B.C PRUNES FRANK WADDINGTON and absolutely WiM- sell at Public Auction without resc'rvf. about 1000 BOXES OF LUSCIOl'K PR SALE TO BE HELP ON THE PREMISES KNOWN AS THE STERLING AUCTION ROOMS (K. P. PUILDINO) FIFTH STREET SOUTH. TOMORROW (WED.) COMMENCING AT THREE P. M. 'THIS IS THE OREATEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC OF PROCURIN6 BEAUTIFUL B. C. FRUIT AT AUCTION. SPECIAL WILL BE MADE FOR DILIV' ERY IF REQUIRED, AT MINIMUM RATES. i K-4 ;