Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
I MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1f)18 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY ,'lfiKALD PAGE SEVEN Sgt. ami Mrs. I). A. Kytlul are vlsit-Inr; in the- city with the former's parents, Mr. and Mr*. IJ. Hydal. Mrs. nndliimlY- section nf tti� Hebe-kuh.s will moot with Miss Howe, Itnom 2S, Victoria Munitions, tonight- Mrs. II. N. MeOren anil family loft on Saturday for Vancouver to Join Mr, MeCroa, who has located thero. Mr*. | Mrs U(,,,wan,v H,.t.tUm ,f ,.,. I). I). Klm>�n. who lias hoot, visiting , U(>1),kahs w|U ,,,,,, ilt. ,,, Rw, ,�.�* her'slster. Mrs. M.Tr..a, returned to, m;, for H(,wlllK tomorrow nK'lit at. her homo at KippenvlUa t-xlay. I , ,, AJ) ,.,.�,,knhs iirn invited ,, ai. ,,,,,, , ,. i tl'.llll I'aul Madge of .Milk River, was in tin? oily .Saturday. meeting his daughter, Mrs. Stewart, of Taconia, Mrs �InhiiH, another daughter ami lier husband, Kev. A. K. John.*, a missionary lrotn China, are also visiting at thu Madge home. Van .Mrs. .1. Speck and her two daughters left on Saturday night for eonver, where they will make permanent residence. Rev. was a � > �: > :*>�:>* As .-so many local org.mi/.at ions are i-oiitemplat ing sending Ninas parcels to our iip-n at. the front, mid in many r.i.wH the addresses are i:n-orreet. will all these who have- relative; oversea.'! kindly leave the address al the 1'ntriotir, l-'und ofllce. po-u office building, " ; Ihey are as-i'tim; in n.iti-piling the list.; for parcels. Those who are attending the |e, lure by Mr. Buchanan, under the auspices of the Women's t'ivie flub tonight, should he sure to gel there early to secure good scats a? a large crowd is expected. Local Freight Handlers Strike 0H--Working Today. Local freight hutcll.�: . c Jerk.', hae- . I .� -I hhi eke |,,,-ai N'o r,.;i -a a-KUK" handlers and --.ml tifil�-� ch-rtis. Ihe Herald lod:i> - who went on jttrll'e V'-dm-snny noon | "For the iii-oim.itmti "f the public returned In work I hi ; Me.nsim- j �'� would Id" ,'o � :,.| vt>el by ! inoeihit? held in Hie VM.''..\. Sat.-Slipt, MacKintosh tli �: i . the men luul i nrtlay '-v-iiiiu: last, a tu'l di-i u c--ion not. ailed aciorilia.' 10 lav., in Hun -uaicli lasii il nearly loin- imu.. i-al-tiietr |-i ic.'ance,-: Irwi ie �!: -ailniiii i,iiiiate>r in lie decision hi .'Sinn in I ed I ii arbit ration Ie: � called, tliu conipan > any man not. had. ,'i day lunrnliiK as ha . .n-company'- service, a; ,\ he filled. ' The men had a f"si ; Saturday evening. � i day iiiornini; infer; � : ' !).'�)> of lllejr del i i Whether the - - et I led however, i l There is a rumor � U-r | ouariers at Winui; � company until Tie d . t frelKln handler.' isise a negative ri j locals in the iusi is , I The following -. ! ne he -a ril-.e was -wiiil; at nine nsndin^ the .iitctitue of' a1,.I i.ini'ler in cot in I ion ; v.'iich ive ueie v. ifij >:.i> e n,i Mee would con-ue-nce on Mnilday a' Wiin.i i|e-;erte:l ti,.- ', p(^;. !' would : "|'!i i rotiditioi.al return to v.orl. wa ! ja.''iete ' i,iu, ,. ,i wii.nipet; l'elie\e.| all i.-ie-e ; 'p' M-chit. ' , . ,.e,i a-.- � |>iji i,: on j In-raiaiien;ly | I!.e i|itesiioa; iu dipuie. and it v.a--' h-l ipp- -I ion. i furl lief 11 - i i i > � 1. ;i i ihil Hie public � i,;i;�r:i le-.i-i-i : '.oul-l i. � t Ie- iie on .-� s;.i-ua lied out I c. f. foleman's i.'tisistan' t;eneiai inanat;er ot western line, i statemeu: in Sa I iirda v's i ;site relative t> :s ISlii Avenue Wi f l.eth bridge ri-turtie.l hotite l.i-d s'umlav after a week'i vi s office at the Veterans' Club this evening at ~. o'clock Members are asked to be on time so that any who wl h may go to bear Mr Hurhanatt's lecture alb i tile bllslneii. � � ; The fir*! ic^ul.ir no i ting of the | History and Current Kvms ttmi j of tin' Mathosis clnti will be Iclil to-j morrow aftenioon at .'! n'limj, at l'i" home of Mr; McClemirhin. i.o| i::th St, South. Ml new uie:bh'!-. plan-nliig to enter t|il- department are Invited to attend I The fir^t regular it � f .1 !' l'ealrs and A ] ici|u-,iintaiiceshi|i �|tli I formed wh.'ii re ddlng How Island Hevb w M I'eti-rnon, whom wn; 111 Mal.o'.j - 1 Musical liep.irtni ' >Tiili will be h.-ld week at >\ o'i ;>"'.. . \V. I-'. N'l-l-s'ti, . ,: dllte luiVe been ( of the annual l!!! !i n ac .....tit The lllllt l-'ar more cffccti\ * : man In Cal , f.arv, when Mr liu^-iU |,. Hrootnileld and M .f* riiarlotte H\.-. both of1 Stavely. were united in tnarriac,. They short honeymoon spent in H.i�le>'ooti and other Saskatchewan town-. Mr and Mr* Hroouuield will i reside at IllOlr ranch al Stavely. * niu*ll.\.v-nil ltLLKUl (In \Vednerda>, Sept. L'.'ilh, the ! m.irrlaKe took place at Si. 1'ntrlck's' lf nnd share inches wide, paddy, copen, L25 at last > car's pi ice A s wide. Color hrutvn*. buntmidy, wine, j 1.75 ib. lid- 2.25 ml ;H>it , brown, 3.50 Special lie silk. 4.0C Colors n brown, Ktfi ispeciai ....... POPLIN SILK. Selllln; lovely iiuah'v. :p; inclv bluc.s, j-ii'j, s.uul, im'ty Ivory, bla.-l; and many other colors. .Special CREPE D ECHINE. Tu.nl> two ili'f. lent : uaii's in a lov. i> line ipuiliiy, I" inches wul Selliiu; ..i l.st years lire e .......... RICHEST CHEPE POPLIN. :is incln-.s wide Colors laupc, l-i'owii, hiiiKUiidy, navy ,;recii, copcuhiu'eii. putty, black, i-ic .......... SILK AND WOOL POPLIN. A bcauiillll -.Hilt ouniiiy lliai does not i rush Coloi> navy, brown, taupe, (tie. :i, black, etc -in inches wide........ BLACK DUCHESOE SILKS. Knur very special values in very line uualliy, :n; inch, pure silk. All the best lor tho money. S2.f�� I" ................. BLACK PEAU OE SOiE SILK. l\vo extra special values in splendid wcii;ltt Hicli. mtt fin- M ish. ,'lti inches wide at #:i.r��) and .........4.vU EXTRAORDINARY NOVELTY SILKS. A show itiK the like of which you will not sen elsewhere for variety oi desiKn.s and beautiful colorings Stripes, check and novelty plaids In a must attractive showiiiK- AH very unusual values. $i.r>o t ...................... NOVELTY CREPE DE CHINE. White ground wilh embroidered figure of white or old rose, a lovely cloth for waist: Yard ................. RICH CHARMEUSE SATIN. Taupe, brown, coo en. Itussiau green and black. .'!> inches wide. i*ni i- silk, very special, yard..... NAVY MEN'S WEAR 3EK0E. Kor ladies' s-kiru and suits. Very fine t|Ua!ity. a^ inches wide at less (ban present wholesale ...... NOVELTY WORSTED SUITING. 54 inches, fine checks in excellent ipialitv. Very dicssy worsiod cloth. (\>l(U',s brown, ttuipc. navy, green, burgundy, etc. Yard .................... CLARKE & CO. 4.00 ground rose, a 3.00 ivu, cop 4.00 a' ekirls 5.00 lea, fine wor.-ifed 4.5c WHITE VOILES. Plain and stripes, locly Hue uualily. .'is to 40 inchea wide. Splendid varbdy. faic to ........................ FINE MARQUISETTE. :!fi lo 4^ inches wide. Very line uuality in white, sky anil pink. Special value-', at ",'� to.................... FINE SILK MULL. ::s inches wide. Very t-o't and lowly film (|uallty. Colors mnlse, while. sl.v, ih-sh.............................. FINEST ROMAN SATIN. A beautiful fin.- silk lini.-di cloth, very soft, splendid to wear, shoivn in a variety of tumio iw< uly odd colorings. At ..................................... GALATEAS AND ROMPER CLOTHS. A splendid variety, bought for last spring and not delivered up to the time of i he fire. All selling at lust \ ear's prices, llac to ..... .......... PRINTS AND GINGHAM8. I'uUers best English prims mid Andci son's ginghams In a splendid variety ot colors and designs All guaranteed washable............................... PLAIN HUCK TOWELLING. Kxtru fine quality. IS inches wide, very fine oven weave llxll'a special value .......,........ GLASS TOWELLING. Splendid showing of various qualities, cheeked and striped borders, IS lo 2^ inches wide. Special values ut, ".*.< lo ................................ DIAPER CLOTH. 'Js inch bird's eye weave. Very lino soft cloth. Kxtru speclul value, yard ............................... CANTON FLANNEL. 27 inches wide, white or vubheristed, splendid weight, full knapp. Special. 2ac. and........................ TEA CLOTHS. :'.ti inch square. Splendid film c.oth. hemstitched all around. Special ....... ....................... NAINSOOKS AND LONG CLOTHS. A very large stdi-u of these pure finish cloths, ;bi to 42 Inches wide. Sr'olliug ut tho smue price u� � year ago. Qualities Hint are hard to get ut any mice. Very special, 35c, 40c, 45c nnd 1.00 Ie. Very 1.00 lift and 60c ie silk (.in in 65c plelldid livered 50c English lid var- 30c lUttlity, 45c of var-ers, IS 60c i<. Very 45c lite or 35c id film 1.00 A very i to 42 � year 50c ffl NOVELTY PLAIDS. Splendid variety of choice iu a beautiful range of richest coloring ftp to 42 inches ........................ 2.50 614 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge Albtrta In accordance with the new ruling regarding the Kuctory Act. this itor� will be open for business every day thu week and following week! UU il o'clock, with the exception of Saturday, when ihe hour ia 9 o'clock. THE WEDNESDAY HALF HOUOAV. IS NOW ELIMINATED AND YOU CAN 8HOP ANY HOUR OF THE DAY UP TO 6 P.M.