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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911 THE 'LETHlftllDGE DAILY PAGEFIVFi f A Din: Prices Tell! And These Are Telling Prices! We make it worth your while to shop the next three flays, with a host ot special values absolutely unsurpassed. This Week-End Sale will be another event saving most opportune yet judged from the viewpoint of the seasonablencss of the merchandise of- fered and the unusual character of the splendid economies, and we strongly urge upon every .woman in this city the advisability of making an early investigation tomorrow to satisfy yourself at first hand of the genuineness of every bargain featured. We're out for a big three days' sellinf to stwt IKe new month off with a rush, and these price-savings tell the story of how (ping to do it. Look over every item carefully. Values increase as you read down the page. BRING YOUR QUARTER DOLLAR HERE TOjMQRROW, WHERE IT HAS THE PURCHASING POWER OF HALF! We've made special selections of a dozen or more lines, of which these are re- presentative, as a special demonstration of the savings to be gained by bujmg ,it this store during the next three days. Every woman is familiar with such goods as are featuied in this 25 cent sale and can readily judge for herself the impoi tance of the various bargains offered. 25' A collecbon lor lnrec daya luring 40 and 45c values In Lintel, Cottons .and Ribbed. Caihmere goods In all ladlea' inch Blbbon, al- so-new Moire effects jn every1 want- ed color; worth 40 andv46o Ladlc8' Pl" Test8 dialers, also a colleotNm of fine ribbed Lisle goods for- late summer- wear. A most unusual bargain lot at such a lonp prioei Extra large Tu.lish Towel8i yerj, Closely woven, strong and durajbleji-r-tan; white and red worth. 45c.. each. t covers COTCM, bought at a special bargain and ortarM tomorrow at half price cftDtbrio, lace and embroidery trimmed Children's VPadsts also Nata.-eth Waists splen dlldly slits to ten yrs, ulth buttoni foe all under garments Curtain Muslins Madras In a lovely collection of dainty colorings, suitable for dining rooms: or bedrooms, double width, ana (Jlilvpki Cashmerettes, Knit GloVes and heavy Lisle for Fall In splendid qualities, worth up to and aH colors 25' Very Cheap Dress Goods in a Three-Day Sale A SPECIAL LOT 45c Worth up to 75c, Newest checks and novelty mixtures school wear or ladies' skirls or dresses; colors brown, green, blue, plain and Alice' 42 to 44 inches wide, all remarkably cheap at the price. Linen Tubing on Sale and hafd goods to get 45-INCH TUBING 75o Regular value Fure linen, in very fine quality circular, a regular plain cloth, 45 inches wide; pure while, extra strong and serviceable. Satin Petticoats Less than Cost, a specially purchased lot wuun j.v OiaAjU ill Regular value The price would not pay for the mater- ial alone and they're splendidly made too Colors, tan, Paddy, Nell Rose, navy and black; finished with 12-inch accoidian pleated flounce. Lactiba Cloth for Pyjamas is a popular favorite vSPECIAL THREE-DAY SALE 25c 1 Thursday, Friday, Saturday Very much like flannel in appearance, but in firmer weave and even better to wash' and wear, 32 inches wide; tan and blue stripes. OURREADY-TO-WEARSECTION Again excels itself in important savings at- tached to the very latest models'in Suits, and Dresses in most attractive styles that are confined exclusively to this store. A Three Day Sale of Suits....... _ Featuring Regular and Valuta Black and Navy Serges in small, medium and large sizes as well as new Tweeds and Worsteds in madiuni and dark colors; shown in splendid variety of styles and sires, and featuring the biggest money's worth ever offered by this store. THREE DAY DRESS SALE' Worth up to Silks and flnest Wool In very altrecdTC new stylea; ahonn in splendid variety and at tho sale price featuring be- v yond a doubt the lowest price tor such high garments ever offered Jn thto city. THRK COAT SALE- S 16.75 WtHh lip fa) Verr tod noit attratt- atrlM r In Tweeds, Blanket Clsthl, med- ium and dark colon lit crery atMs Olum. Oorp D, BontOT, TJ. B. A. "This refers to tbe .Bercalr i operations of tbe left In-an endeavor to 'outflank tfce Heripsu for' several days, and tbe coiintErs at times are reported have been''unprecedented. BLAZE AT MACLEOD Macleod, Sept. S.15 yeeterday afternoon, fire broke oul n an empty uouse on Twenty second Prst and Second enues Tbe buidlng wai all aflame before tbe Fire Brigade reached tlie icene, and It waa only through their lard work that several surrounding Including the bowline eys ware laved A hllh wind wai ilowing at the time.' The caun of the Ire waa unknown, though it la thought t was caused by smart boys pitying u the house: OFF HANDS OF Que, Sept. Oeo D.n. Presbyterian, announces aatbarlty I buei off There Need Be No as long as Canadians do their duty and I buy Canadian-made goods in every case. I KELLOGG'S TOASTED COKN F1AHS is Canadian-made, and the only, cereal I under the Kellogg name that is made in I 'anada. All others imported. I Spend your money on Canadian-made f and help Canada's work people. I HlLOCfi'S TOASTED CORN ;