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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1919 T11K UKHAIJ> Kisassmsa PAGE NINE Piles of New Spring Goods Now Await Your Early Selection By far the largest and most complete stocks we have ever had to show in dress goods and silks, voiles and mulls, piques and suitings, repps and poplins, Swiss and dimity muslins, nain- sooks and long cloths, art cretonnes and satins, sheets and sheetings, towels and towellings, flannelettes, ginghams, wash suitings, etc., as well as in hosiery, gloves, corsets, underwear! whitewear, etc. A Jook through these stocks will be a revelation to women who have formerly found stocks fairly limited and varieties too small to meet their needs, and in scores of instances prices will be found to be fully as low as those of a year ago. New Plaid Gingham 38c and 4Sc Fine Scotch Colors suaraatstd, handsome new plaids In pinks, blues, UQS, Iti-cs, will reach 4he nga of 90 next i June. He Is hale, hearty and active, as is .Mrs. Cragg, vrtio will ba SI in iOCIAL'EVENTt fj c- 4 c- September, couple. They are a remarkable Tho Bis Brothers class ivero very ller sis! lilcasaatly t'nterialn'ed at'rte honro of lore Air. and Mrs. K. Johnston on Fri- Jlri. T. w. Piilitr wai a week-end visitor tu Banff. O.Ira. wlio has been the suost of Mr. and Sim. G. H. Ha mum, Jms returned to' her home in Mao ieod. '.Mrs. Waller Tangre Is ths guest of her sisier, iirs, Fred Hamilton, be- arranEements will be made on Saturday afternoon from' :ui C o'clock. A silver coileclion will bo taken. _ In publishing the names o[ tljosp to ivhoni Uie Oirls' Auxiliary thanka for assistance given at .their" recent dance, the name of tlic Western Transfer was omitted. It is also re- quested dial all outstanding accoums be presented at the nost meeting. There will bo a meeting of the Big Sistars' cjaas of KIIDX, churcli at. the homn of Mrs; P. K. Spooner, 610 Stli St. S., tonight at 7.30. All the nicm- bers arc requested to be-present; m turning to ber hojus near Coal- a very delightful evening liolng spent by all present. What "svas popularly voted as th3 most sneeesafal {ea of the season was hekl at the home of .Mtes Bawdci on Saturday afternoon, Isy the, Oirls' .Auiiiiary and thoSU John's Anibu'ance Brigade overseas. ThtJ rooms, were thronged with giiosts, wcro bright" vrllli golden daf.'ortlls and projirJat'e Valentine decorations, Miss Bawden and Jlrx. Starries receivini; tho giiesls. anil little 'iliss IJetty Wright, a quaint Jllllo cupid in being the dainty door attendant. Mre. llesscy invited to tbe tea room, which iircsc'nted a very charming effect in ncarlet and green. Mrs. J. X, liitchie of their! patronage. and sacrifice hflve done away N'itb artlticlal dlslinctions of caste and color. Today, In- lion, the Herder Branch of !hc Great War Associallon dc-J inaniled equal treatment for all sol- diers, ivhcthrr black or white. j "As it has littii called io our tlit resolution reads, "that' certain restaurants have refused ser- vice to colored soliili-rs In uniform, Iho OAVM'.A. places Itself on record as deprecating this Insult to soldiers of his Majesty's forms, who are entit- led to equal treatment, regardless of iMrs. Ceo, Cope, 1206 Slli HO., will be of her sinter' Mhs Tllnw, Jft I, Avc. H. Sirs. Jscksoii lias many friends In the city, having visiled hero -some time ago t Rat, C. K, Crajg and Dr. Cngs are In Calgary today iisrilcl- IMtlng In (he diamond wedding nnnl- itrstrf of their p.irent5, llev, -l-Mward the todies of 'the Major Jack noss Chap, ler, I. o. K., are asked to meet in Iho K. of r. hall nt 3 o'clock to help denwato tfic hall for'the dance on Thursday. The Bis Sisters' class of Krio.t chnrrti nro glvins a lea rH home of Mrs, F. K. Hpooiior, 610 Stli date. In the legislature bye election hero on Saturday, was elccltAl by 168 majority over W. E. IxinBdcn, the soltllcr- ta'oor candidate. Tho returning otflrcsr. Sheriff TXHiglilin, this-mornini! dcciintM to give tint any figures until an official count had been inndO: over said the mover, "is 'B-hitc man' through and through." PROBLEMS INTERNATIONAL PARIS, Fob. Press) permanent internalitmul jurlsdlc- has tieen with tho ob- of studying the problems of In- taw that the peact con- nn and CREPE DE CHINE AND HABUTAI SILK UNDER- WEAR The new stuck now on dlsplar. Gowns, PetU- coals and Camisoles. Very dainly and reasonably priced, One special line selllat Otters at 75c, 51.50 36-INCH COLORED LINEN SUITINGS PER YARD Colors, Cojicn. rose, sand and reseda green, 40-inchTSoft Cord Pique 36-inch Beach Cloth, yard 65c White nnd Colors, 36-inch Middy Cloth 4QC 29-inch Real Scokh.Galatea 45C 34-inch Scfttch Ginghams 40c 18-inch Bleached Hack Towelling 3ttc 40-inch While and Colored Voile 7Sc JAPANESE CREPES 30 Inches wide lircolnrs rose, grey, navy, coneu, tan, pink, reseda, sky and brown.. At, per 5UC 30-inch Pure White Crepes, yard 45e 36-inch Pure White Nainsook 35c 36-inch Extra Fine Nainsook SOc 36-inch Soft Madapolam 40c 36-inch White Mercerized Mull 60c 29-inch Soft Pure White Flette 35c 36-inch Bridal Cloth----------------5Ct MAKE SELECTIONS EARLY AS THESE PRICES CANNOT BE DUPLICAT- ED LATER. ;