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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'HUM, -M'llll. Kil? KB More New Ready rto- Wear Has Arrived Coats, Suits, Blouses that should have been here for Easter Week Sale. Splendid Stylish Garments Moderately Priced. Smart Spring Suits for Plouted ami plainer sl.vlos, niiHlp.. lYoiii piive .s, 1'niilius anil Velum1 Tweeds, in sluulc.s of navy, drown and ISiirgmui.v. well Range of Suits at 3O We Haven't Forgotten The Children "GIRLS' HATS. 60 cents and up lo..... GIRLS' WASH DRESSES SLQO and up to GIRLS' MIDDIES. 15 cents up to GIRLS' COATS 53.00 up -You our stocks equal to (he dcn'iiiiid. BOYS' TWEED CAPS. GIRLS' SKIRTS 1 CO 1.00 to.........................l.OU GIRLS' UNDER VESTS, COMBINATIONS, BLOOMERS, GOWNS AND SKIRTS. BOYS' HATS. Straw, Crash, Twied or' Fells, at 35 cents up to 3.09 5.00 8.00 12.00 35 ccnU up to BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS 75 cents up lo................. BOYS' BLOOMERS .75 cents up to................ LITTLE BOYS' WASH SUITS. A: big raiJKC- of styles from 51 up to 1.00 1.00 2.00 aiod Boys' Tweed Suits and Spring Top Coats Clothing'chough'at (Ins store (o outfit every y in the city-and district. f Boys'.Xoi'foIU Suits 95.00 A range of neat tweeds made up In'Norfolk ana other styles for toys cged four lo eight ysirs. Per suit, 55.00. lioys" .Spring Norfolk fcuils at ..'......SJO.50 A htg range at. tills price, made up from good serviceable Ltfceds and ivorEtoils, In lliree or roiir different Norfolk stylos. For boys Boys'Spring Suits at t_ A dozen or more different styles in a big variety of iTrccda and JJOy.S rtpl'lllg 1 CQiUK at worsteds. Salts ve strongly recommend for style. Tit and wearing Smart lielted or plain mannish styles.-Made from ucai English qualities. For boys'tgD to.sixteen years. _____________ tweertg. medium weight. For ngra three to eight years. and belled styles, the tailored plain man- nish styles. Made, from quality English gorges.. gabardines, Ins, (iill'ela.s and moire silks. Light or_ dark I'oloi's, also black. Ladies'Spring Coats Tlii'ee-iiiiai'ler length. 'Stylish coats, fresh from tlic Eastern manufacturers, showing all the newest style toiiches, both in iiiakc-un and coloring. Attractive Goats at plaids and checks. Good .styles, belled orplain, in misses' and womeus' Popular Coats at At Ibis price Vc can give you coiits good enough stylish enough for any occasion.. Made from corduroys and velours, in the staple dark colors. Also ttie brleht'shades of gold, rose and.burnt orange. -Al-.-. Rich Bl'k Silk Coats Made from soft taffetas and moire, beautifully We also show Coats at these ]Tviccs: qud New Crepe dc Cliche and ftfi.OO and HreiLv shaded rcsc, canary and ivory. stock just opened up. All That's New in Silks Priced at ami np For dresses, suitu. skirts or blouses, In stripes, checks, plaids, spots cr plain. A hlg rangVprUin.new colorings. Ltd. _ al undent. Till HMU.i all.l Runs (III Mull !Jih. TUe tire M. Of Iha .Mrd'ulluul trlrjll. flirti- holuj. Kll-1 Mlfl Aulite Jfllfnfii I'hlmeii for biij :lil !.OMJO'n.ui. lomo S'urdlQi; 3.-IJ 6.It ivtu. April lookllic............... 2.0U ,'.3i) in. louio NurilUB 3-15 i.15 vin. Tutidiy, April 2-llh J CO-3.30 p.m. lomo N'uriliic 311615 inn. Wednesday, April 2Sth lomo i Nursing n .m. Rigid Economy DurinR the War lo He Pniclicod and Prcuchcd mstcidum, via London. Apr. nient property nr.a five non-commls- tl In reKlnicnt.il ijelilnd and) Jla of angry creditors. Cndor mili- tary rfgulailons no off Icon? can pro- i-eed tiptil Ihc regimental 16 lhc be IB Ol- BIG FJRE IN ST. JOHW April morning fire In the Sands vljtl- Princo.wnilam St. April Jay mi Ins, Pr caused loss to Ihc building stocks of vr.rlona firms occupying It. It Is the loss Is Mly cpv- .cred German centre army groups on Ihc western IronL, nccordfns lo the Frankfurter On the crown prince's right la Prince prcchl of Havana and on lefl Graml Dnlce Albrrchl ol Wnrllcmburg" .who previously comman'detl Ihc Gcr nian force In HJwas recent I y reported (n the enlentc press, says the newspaper, that Lhc German crotvr prince had been sent liomc lo Berlin In dlsgracc." Rylatids' Saturday MMAJMSii Only a few of the many specials to be found at the Busy Store 150 200 More House Dresses, on Sale Saturday at only With the inke nt Riid eli-2ii3iui UL> wick or aru romnrknUfit vMinv-Vou will llml u hinjrl- iLicLit of "In1-- lluy at. leant n couple. They "HI to tOc lu 75c inoru ]ntcr un. Kroiip ol'iironilnoiil 'asddigtoii society WODICII liavfl re londert to the appeal or Mrs. Wilson, wlfo of tho ProsEdeut, and wives ol qthor lilgh officials, for rlglJ economy the war, by obtaining 5 from .liimdroila of Ihelr asso-j lates Lo follow (his Ilj- In dress, nml entcrmtnmenl. 1161 meal (o exceed tlirco 'courses, one eatlcE-s clay a week. I N'o formal announcement of llic In-' auguralloii of (his movement lias becti but a-mcmlier of HID cabinet, who was Dskctl for n stateiuciit of ibc facts hi the case, furnished Hie fol- lowing: "Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Marshall ami the. women .of llic cabinet, realizing' some.of the problems dial this coun-j trj- have lo fncc ns a result, of our! being in a slate of war, have re- solved to reduce their living 'o a stm- lile form and lo deny themselves all necessary expenditures wltlle the war continues. They Jiavc decided to omit the usual formal critcrlalniiig and call- ing and lo nllininiitc'largely their so- cial acttvilics, so lual tlicy will be en- abled to give more time and money lo conslruciive 'prcpnreducss 'aiid re- Hel Kork. "In Ihe mnnaEcment of thftlr'ilbnies1- Itlc pledge themselves to buy Inexpensive clothing and slm- plc'fooil aud to' ivatch and prevent-all kinds of waste. They believe, that the 'time and energy of the country filipuld "be given -io lite'conservation OL all its resources anil the cultivation Of'all available land fur the produc- .tidiL of fooc] that It. may he Able.out Us abundance to help those are J.hi They makci Ian appeal to all .the.women of Amor-] jjca Lo do everything in their .power j .-along .these lines, not .only as Indlvl-j LdualE, organizing-to prevent.' later In has- i feii the epd of the struggle (or real r, THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ASSOCIATION. to is lo'.be known as a united church' hy the Organic union of the Congregat- ional, Methodist anil I'resbylcrlnn, inrolnng-, ns it does, the elimination of these religions bodies'as separate .eatltle's, has developed in the Pres- byterian church at least a inost Ued acd determined opposition. Up In Octoher last tlila opposition "was mainly' In, evidence by means of In- 'dlvldual appeal and protest to whtch little'attention was'paid'by the hilh- erlor victorious inajorily. Something, aowerer, had been accomplislind lhat rind important nnj des- tined Lo Important, part In subseqiichL events; this was, the forc- 'wm from.the unionists a definite ad- mission (hat the destruction of the Presbyterian churcli, hitherto care- Cully kept In the background, was an Integral and essential part of the un- ionist programme. This cleared the atmosphere and pared the way for a dcflnlle issue. The question was no longer -encumbered liy complex con- siderations Involving th'c nature nnd yalue ol the relations of the Presby- terian church with 'other f religious bodies, or as (o whether were all that they ought to be or whether It ivas desirable' to change fronvtlie form In which tliey now ex- ist Into another. Those minor [ssi.es sank but of sight, dwarfed by, the larger and infinitely more .Important qu'esllon as to whether or riot the hia- ory of and (ho Influence exerted hy lie Presbyterian church' in (he past tad been of such a_nalure and proiluc- Irc of such results In relation (o the moral and "religious welfare or the community, that the community ought, b be asKcil to Ret along without It in he future. This question was Biibmlllcd to nnd in s we red by Ihe convocation lhal inct !asi Qclpucr in Toronto In ihc moaL gpltnin manner with an cmpliallc II was fell that no possible advantages that could be csnectcd under'the moaL favorable circumstan- ces lo'accrue from the carrying inlo effect of the'union propaganda would the Irreparable ..'_..'...... would nndoublcdly ensue; and the Presbyterian Church Association wa.s once called Into he Ing. BpTcntltdly officered equipped, and sent (orlh 011 Its -mission of ensuring lo nil viho Iftvo the Presbyterian cliurch, lla maintenance anrt conlfnunnce In un- ahatcd usefulness and rower. Tfao Association oxeculivo Ihc Province of Alberln hns announced n convention for Monday the 23rd Insl Silk Crepe Waists Another rousluE b.irealn In Ilio Waist Dotarlnicnt. Thli tlmo While Hobulnl and Whlto Crepe ilo Cliune fci nil nctv styles, collars; etc, Sizes to 44. L'UDlCQ (Or 235 Radium. Silk Hose 59c Jlljck, wJillo, pink, ekj-, palm, beach, clininpaKnp, lau. In fact rvcry color in this lol. You know I ho "Itud- ILIIU" quality. 'L'hla lino uelln for 75c pair. Lisle and Silk Gloves 75c Very scarce Kooiiu, Wliltp Gloves, nude by b'ownra. ilic fuinoun tjucQii Quality niul Maid" Hi Ik Gloves, lu or Llaclc. New Farcy Stripe Silks The nqw candy stripe wash Bilk's arc iiy.v In slock. A direct Elilpiuejit train jApau. Dalnly sultahlo lor u-alsLs, etc. worth up to 7 on sale Sat. only at JL Anollior Batiirdsy Ijnrgahi Ilkolho ono that mniic such n lilt Insl Salunlny. This lot Includes oJd lines ol Warners oml D. A; Corscls to J2.75.-AII sizes lo 2S In Ihe Tivti Bargains in Black Silks For tomorrow, ivo uro'BtfcrSoi; rcnmrknUc values lu bliclc silks for dresses, billtB or scparalo skirls, Olio lol nl 41.60 Includes 30 Inch messn- lines, lallctles niul tarrelos. The other lol comes lu Wicl; salln Duchesses .rind ChKfon Tnttet.i. these, lurcaliis Kooil lor one day oiily. SKiris, i_mu m Embroidery Edging ,10c i A .oTferllig In. Swiss cdRtngs. Worth lo ]8e a yard. Will be Tor your chooslne morrow. Sonic headings and iiertlons In llic lot also. Pillow Tubing 30c An exceptionally flnc tiuallly circular pillow coUon. 42 or .11 Indies ulile. wild linen fintsli. Quanttly limited., Prints 15c Mgti'l and meilluni .shaucs In n good' quality Knelieh Trlnl.' 31 Indies wide. 500 yards In this special sale lot. Curtain "Scrim 36 Inch Curla'ln Scrim. Cream, Parts.; or lyllh .crossbar design. Regularise value. 2 Pairs of Linen Towels 75c; Real good 'Ijedrsom towels. Good size and cilra quality hncli. Plain or with' colored bord- ers. Worth easily SOc i pair' Hew Suits, Coats Dresses Belated shipments of about 25. Garments, clearing at laiuered prices The New Suits Gaberdine, poirct, cloths in "Ihc new similes. XMJulc1 'un with pleated conls 'hnil all ihe n'e.w On aalc Saturday at New Coats Tivccd, plain Cheviots, .CovcrlJJ'nnd blanket cloths. In sport Ihe longer models. Hlzca -up toa'42. Extra special value at CO: prepared and comprehensive review fit the Ttholo sHuallon from-n slandpoinl by Mr. J.-F. Lymburn, whose famlllDrily contlillona iri Scotland a few years ago nnd with the corresponding' condition? al present existing In Canada will make his con- tribution qf great value. Olher Vrll- hnown names on tfio prograinme arc HCTS Eslor of Drown of Red Deer. Shorl of OWs, Hoxbrugh of Kdmnnton and Mr- Gco. Humphries of Calgary, and others, nnd (here l bo In addition mnny oppor- lanllka [or general discussion of Ihc topics broiighl heforii the meetings Largely of. Lhls __ ,._ __ character artf, being held througTiour In First Presbyterian church, Krimon-1 llio Domlnloif wilh tlio'olijccl of lay ton. A number of excellent papers Ing 'ully, and fairly before the mem- prominent inir.istors and laymen 111 bcrshlp of t'e read. Among IHCEC Is a carcuiij VwiTCtl .in church all thai la In- proposlMon so that whenever the opportunity.- arises there may he In all riuarters Uio] tullcgli Information- so', as a'nd cirefully' cou- airiered action. HOLLAND MAY STARVE BY THIS POLICY, Amsterdam, via Ixmilon, April 11. Commenting on the demands being marte In the United Stales for strictest control' nt the American ports lo neutral coiinlrlfc bordering on Gcrnicvny. the Tclcgraaf lodayi says: ft "America .ippcar.s In earnest, about RUpporllng'thc cnlcnto and ihia hns Importance' for nnd. We always liavc polnlcd out lhal our exports finally lead lo si; lo Germany would ;