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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UETHBIUDGE DAILY HERAtft PACK SEVE: WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 191fi Like This Suggests V V Underwear We carry the largest and finest stock of Ladies' and Children's Underwear in the City. The prices are fully 25 per cent lower than the present market 25 Different Kinds of Combinations All the :best values, Delected from such well known lines as "Pe'erless." "Turnbull'f Short' Sleeve, low neok .tyles, from up to Fine regular style, from Silk and Wool In regular ttylei li.nft.ld-. heavy "Silko" sleeve., "nee length. Heavy Cotton Combination, at and .25 Natural color Wool Combinations to Vests of all Kinds from 25c. to Each w. TSJS Ihls city and surrounding country. Short or Long Sleeve "Veiv." Vests or drawers 50c. Plujh Lined Vitste, or drawers, euc. Natural All, Wool Vests, or Drawer, 76c Vest, or Drawer. 90c to .50 Yurnbull'. Ribbed Underwear, Regular (1.75 for Children's Combinations from 75c. to Children'. Combinations, Natural color, all sizes Children's Combinations, white only; Children's Natural Wool Combmatlons, Children'. Fine Wool Combination, from to Boye' Fine Ribbed Combinations, special SLOT Children's Vests or Drawers, from 35c. to A line' we are particularly proud of, values, weights and styles to suit every' mother's purse. Baby Vests, all grades and styles from 35o. to' Children's or Drawers, WatsonK ribbed 45c to 60c Children's Vests or Drawers, "Peerless" extra special 50c. Children's Fine all wool Vests or Drawers iOc. Women's Outsize Vests, Drawers and Combinations We cater to the big women's trade and have in stock at pres- ent the following lines of underwear for their selection. Outstee Vests or Drawers, natural color _75c to Outsize Vests or Drawers, white .or.oream 75c to.JJ.25 Outsize Comblna'n., short sleeves, low neck J2.BO Outsize Combinations regular styles from to Children's Sleepers, fights Waists We would advise yon to -select these lines right away, as any new lines to arrive will be considerably higher., Watson's Plush Sleepers, in all sins, special 75c Watson's and Peerless Black Tights all sizes 66c to 95c. Watson's Plush Waists, extra special value 35c. Watch this Space every day for our Special Store Neus Bulletin. It's Worth Reading. CO. "The Busy Store" PHONE 1224 M, OF MED. HUT, LEAVES FOR EAST What the Press Agents Say At the Majestic The famous musical comedy hit of three continents, "Alma, Where Do You plays at the Majestic on Pridav and, Saturday next, Sept.- 29 and 30. There is little doubt but that this well known entertainment will he accorded the popularity .it deserves, for its coming has been eagerly await- od for and its wonderful success in London Paris and New York is by this tiiue known to.all the theatre. The music of "Alma, "Where Do You is now .well known to every- one, and it has been played and sung .Mrs. Tom (Jlilsholin of Umpressi Ita., Is visiting her ninllier, Mm. lake. Capt. .lames Duff, of the 239th bat- illon, Construction Corps, lending a few days in the city. Miss Annie Hlanvllle of St. Vincent, linn.. Is apendlng a few weeks with cv. J. ft. and Mrs. Francis at West- luster parsonage Tile W. M. S. "f Wesley church .wjll neet in the church parlor tomorrow at 30. All ladles ot the congregation re invited to attend. .VIr. J. W. Sutherland, publisher of 10 Ually News, New Glasgow, N. S., nd Mm. Sutherland, left this morn- ng for Lethbridge, on their way homo fter spending a month in the algary Albertan. Dominion Uobekah No. 4! meet ill tlie l.O.O.K. hall lomor- night at S o'clock. After the usual rder ot business, a social evening will e hold to celebrate the anniversary f thn degree. Visiting Kebekahs wol- ome. Mrs. .1. T. Graliam in her official ca- acity as worthy grand matron of the Irand Chanter of Alberta, order of the Eastern Star, Inspected the Edmonton Challter. O.E.S.. last night. While in "dmonton Mrs Graham was the of Mrs. N. (J. Pearce. Last night Mr. G. B. Fleming enter- ained the choir ot Knox church at Starland theatre. After witnessing John Barrymorc in "The Red he guests, numbering thirty, repaired o the schoolroom of the church, vher'e'games were played and supper served. The Christinas sock shower for the Lothbrldge men overseas on Friday night at the Y.M.C.A. promises to be a great success as everyone I'.as the comfort of the soldiers at heart. This year li.OOO parcels are asked for anil each one Is to contain Oxo cubes, box of cigarettes or tobacco, handkerchief and candy. The admission to the shower is a parcel or .several parcels. Money will also he gratefully receiv- ed. Mrs. G. Allison entertained at .a children's party yesterday for her lit tie daughter, Gregg's fifth birthday Mrs 1 H Virtue assisted the hostess in entertaining the little guests, were, Gwendoline Hedley, Betty Church. Aileen Long. Kathleen Cull, Webster; Charlotte Tilling, El- eanor and Evelyn Barnett, Camille and Loreen Connor, Audrey Simons, Gordon, Gordon -Fetterly and Arnold Hanson. Another Alberta battalion, the l7Gth of Medicine Hat. left lor the oast, having doparted yesterday from The 17Gtlr is one of the most rerwiil ft units raised, and Is commanded by Lleut.-Col. Nelson Spencer. who was intminer of tllli leglsla-