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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHB RIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1918 j AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES FOR THE BABY Most dainty footwear for the baby, made of superfine kid. with soft soles hi white, brown, pink, sky and black. Either slippers or moccasins. Shoe Sale Price, 49c Pair The items below arc only a reflection of the many extraordinary vUlucs to be found in this Special Shoe Sale Tables-counters and bins are loaded with FOOTWEAR FOR EVERYBODY at prices that will compel you to stock up for the whole family for months ahead. These prices will prevail for 8 DAYS ONLY Commencing Friday, September 27th, and Closing Saturday, October 5th. A SUPER-SPECIAL FOR THE LADIES A line of very high grade Dongola Kid Slippers- made with four strap?. Wo have never previously offered puch value. SHOE SALE PRICE Misses and Children's Footwear at Ridiculous Prices CHILDREN'S FELT SLIPPERS With beautifully "�i>h..- �...|.�* ',[.,* ,-vs. f.iM.v\. ' �: !.o;n- w nr. Shoe Sale Price............ ..... 99c CHILDREN'S GUNMETAL BOOTS In lut:t( :i My p.  n\}. M.-.1 f-r ...n �>{ .'!-. Shoe Sale Price.................SI.99 CHILDREN'S BOX CALF BOOTS t if siiper'.rr i;it�; *v Kith r bu,,.ir . r X�r >ir. ' .if Shoe Sale Price ................ $2.99 MISSES' DRESS BOOTS Of pater.' h-.,:ber u-t'u 1. .1 -r.i:-��r H:..wn" brand, m h-.r.-n '�!.!>. Shoe Sale Price.................$4.59 Misses' Classic Footw'r T!i.- celtbrutr-d 'llajsi'" shoe- Mr th.- !:!:> bJtlon or luce s'v;.". i'at'-.'H leather vamps ;ui'i V �t(ttitlng a very drejsy and s.t\�'.''�' �.-.!>IJ. with 'loth top button :�; n 1nn>'*; I'.'.'1 :it bliwher - ,-h !.'..; (!�,, : cium- ;al til i.r uiih low h--i-: = ; i;-i:im��a'. n very fi:." grade, to Im. Mt'lK �M.F. phu'K. $4.49 Ladies' Felt Slippers V. :!|| . -,,(t |> t. .\ t  :�r :::id . ,-::. forialde t '"' n � .">r Shoe Sale Price........$2.49 Ladies' Dongola Kid Blucher Boots V.'.th pa*'T.t I'.i'her 11if raps Vmi  Shoe Sale Price......... 49c Infants' Soft Sole, High Cut Boots l:i ether r.-d or uhi'f \f-iy daintily trim in.'! v. ith contrasting color*. Shoe Sale Price.........59c Infants' Patent Leather Slippers With inrtcp or nnklo strap-* V .". Shoe Sale Price........$1.49 Infants' Patent Leather Boots With kid tops, in cither button or lacn. :iU'-.-> I to 7. Shoe Sale Price........$1.49 (jtipfiudson's Bay (Tomimng a*f**a*A ft u iO/t> f Men's Dress Footwear In idtlicr black nr !au. lace style. Made of rxtra 'inn cram KiiniiH-tal. u:tli Tanthcr'' uolcn und rnblior heels All r-lzeM. Shoe Sale Price.................$5.50 YOUTHS'SHOES Of mill box calf blucher ;�ty!�d uikIi wnh sliocit o' every description. Hlnck or Ian kirn or button, drefs or heavy. Sonu-lltitiR hero to huU everyliody. All om this tiilil.--. SHOE SALE PRICE E E i if the Aiii�r!can Ktoji ration of Labor I '� **.,'.t !:)f grain supervisors of Canada that tlve prices on the following grades of v.'iu^at shall be: ; Mi.-;-, l-oiit'in. of 'he Provincial l-'i.O'i ; Control, whti iias been in tho j c:ty f;,r tin- las' ' \o day-, in conner-itioil with iii(- fiiixi laws, has sonic in-j t-'resti.n'.' taint:, to tell in connection w-ith fut.'l i.-Kuliit'.�ns t-"iie lias fc'n u> j prai.-e for ;!).; way people are makin;: | every t-Ifort to help and do tneir �iiarc is illegal and that r::::i n:'.:i'.ripajity I iu.i '.he fine ("It f.'l form t , Th-i gar.liu llleilli. Krotn Sept. Itil'i, inclusive: It'-j.'Cted No. Ilejufted No. Ke>'Cied No. isi'iuttv No. 1 Hmi/iy N�,. ; Smutty No. ; These prices l'.'lS, to Aug. 51, 1 or terminal elevators at I'ort Artliur. Northern ?2 1|'-i 2 Northern. IMl'i n, Northern. Jl.OBVs Northern, J.'.l'.'i. Northern, tZ l-'/i. ; Northern. J.' � \. are 'nasi3 in store pnh Kort William PROBE POSTPONED I Washington, Sept. 2fi.- The senate flections commltuie today by jof 10 to 1 decided to postpone, until latter the November election consid-' elation of the resolution providing exi.etidilurfri camiialgn in In fooil conservation, and has a gr-a' ilea! of practical advice 10 oifer, which* la of great benefit. While the public eating pla enforce regula-vvi'ii regard to It. Some of "o.'l.-s" arc punishable by a o!i:i-r.~ have no penalty attache). ,'i'- householder I.-: asked to u tim tt-1'ecr r!i ti :n pri\ate households (less than K. persona) if rood must hi served, tnen servo Hiibstilutes for wheal Hour Kegardlng the, latter tho food j laws read, "At the midday meal no sandwiches shall be served......and not more than a total of one ounce of si i.'ida.-d wheat flour shall be serv-. ed to any person in all products in- I clndiru bread, buns, biscuit.-, pastries I and other like products.'' Sugar j The onler.' regarding su^ar are' ve;".' sin,, owing to Die undoubted j shortage Order 3(i-l reads. "No per-| son shall uold or ha', e in nis posses ( sion, or under his ion:rol a! uuy one time. Ciiio migar more than is . iitll-clent for his ordinary rc'|iMeuiems for a periol not exceeding fifteen days" (exceptions follow). The ance for 15 days being 1 pound per person or 2 pounds per month; It can easily be figured how much sugar can lie (awfully bought. Itegarding Icings' Die order #reads, "No person ahull make in (-. it is pro-|liiblt>"| !o make icings or fillings for , ", slates "That no retail dealer shall charge a higher price for milk llian the price Ihe milk distributors t barge the consumer:! in the locality in which such retail dealer is (anying on business," nnd 'that If tho cost of distribution Is Increased...... any distributor may submit evidence of such Increase to the Kootl Controller and ask that the maximum amount increased." Thus Ii is left to the local munii pality to make an investigation should they consider the prices not Justillably advanced. The educational campaign which Is being lakon iij) by Ihe ladies of tlte city on food questions promises to bo most' Interesting and of great educational j value. --- � ,; \ BRITISH LOST SEVEN , PLANES, GERMANS CLAIM] Merlin, Sept. UC-Allied ntrmenj lost seven airplanes in an attack or, I'ritnkfort-oii-Mnin and Katscrslaut- ] cm, according to C.ennitn headquarters statement today. Tbo iiiateniont] "Seven airplanes wero shot downl ,mi of enemy squadrons which all inched Franklutt on-Malu and Kaiser] sli'utern." ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE] POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agsntij or Company'* Office, 270 Main St.l Winnlpag. LETHBRIDQE USERS 8ECURE INSTANT SENEFI1 j Simple buckthorn bark, glycerine! etc., us mixed In Adler-i-liu flushes the ENTinK bowel tract so completo ly that It relieves ANY CASE soui stomach, gas or constipation and pre vents appendicitis. Adlcr-l-ka rci-1 moves foul matter which bus becil poisoning you for months and whicl you never thought was In your sysi tetu. The INSTANT, pleasant actloi surprises both doctors and patients.- .1. IX lllgluhntham & Co., Ud., drug gists -Advertisement. ;