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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916. r H E L E t H B RID G E b A IL Y it B tt A L D PAGE NINE New Spring Goods ATTRACTIVELY PRICED FOR TOMORROW :J2'" NATIHAF. I'()N(;EK SILK. On Sale Sadii'day...............59(; New Wash Goods Justin. NEW WHITE CREPES AND VO;!.ES, 28c; and 60 cents. NEW BLACK AND WHITE MU5UINS, 30c, and 33c. NEW CANTON SILK-35c, 85c, nnd 95c. PHONE 1224 Mrs. .McClurc lias roUirnril from a visit Willi her Hislcr in t'alRnry, �   Mr. 1.. II. stoii rRtiirnccI burK, 111. .Icllinc and Mts:s .loliii-liiHl iiiRhl from (Siilps- PRINT-Mim ENDS Sliorl oiuls of tntsi t\yi- J'^iiKlish I'rIiilH In all colors. > -j -, yard ........................................ I lU Corset Cover Embroidery, per yd. 25 and 50c LADIES' AND MISSES MIDDY WAISTS, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00. CHILDREN'S ROTyIPER.S, 50 cents Si)oci!il  Siilnrday...................$2.75 Kitchen Aprons siiecial .............E9C Crepe Kinionas, all si/cs , ... ^------ $1,50 "THE BUSY STORE Mrs. 'I'lioiiiiis Intlcrvond is in Wcy-, liiiMi Willi her Inisliand, C'npt. rndcr-i Woo I. .  . i Musunic loik',(' .No. .SO arc issuing in- ; vjliitioiis lo a iliiiK't! to \)D held on j Tliiirsiliiy iiit;lit llic 34111. i  � � Thr .Junior \V. .\. of St. C'ypriun'sj I'luircli nice) louiorrow at 'i.'Wi ill lliL' parish room. Mm. .Soaily I'lilcrtaiiidl St. .\n-Andrnw's l,adii>s' .\id al an cnjoyabli; aflpriioon tea on Wednesday afternoon. Tlip hostess was assistod bv Mrs. Ross. ]]M Royal Hit^hncss the Duchess of ('onnauKlit has donated.$511 to the Serbian Relief (lommiltce of the Women's I'aniidian (Mill). f''ivp hundred and (iity dollars were realised from the Serbian tea held in the Racqikt Court last 'rnesday-Ottawa !'"ri(! I'ress. I .Members of tlie Daughters of the I'^mpir:', ivlio ,ire in arrears for mem-liorship fees for llllf), are reminded that lb .se fees are now due and in order that these members inay vote at the annual meelinj; on Kcbruary '23th, th(^ lOl.'i fes .should he paid l,v Keb. 28tli, to the treasurer, M(s. Starnes, 7j0 7tli avenue S. � � . The Central W.C.T.C. held a very fiiiceessful meeting in the Weslev hall on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Pieseth �ii.e a verv interesting rcadinp; nn the lif.' of Afiss l-'ranccs Willard, the World's temperance organizer. Tho union intenri.s holding another evening social on the 25th inst. at the home of Mrs. McVeans, Ifitli St. S., for the benent of the Travellers' Aid fund. They decided to help the Uert Cross by taUiiig work each week, supplied by the Red Cross Society. ... Mrs. Burrlngton-llam, the national ports secretary of the  Dominion council of the Y. W. C. A., is to be In I.otlibridgo on March Ith and 5th, Mrs. Hurrlngton-Ilam Is an authority on inimlgrulion matters, both as they rclato to Canada and to tho Old (Country. She has just returned from l'>nKlnnd, wliore in the interests of the Y. W. C. A. she has been looldnK; into immigration matters and endeavoring to bring about greater co; operation: between the organizations^ doing Immigration work, on both sides' of the water.  Her trip is for the purpose: ot gaining a thorough know^ ledge of AvestOm tondltfons and of all the 'TrayellerK' Aid and Immigration w-ork -boiiig done by various or-ganl'/.atiohs througbout t'Uo Dominion.   * WOOUCOC K-11A DLIN G TOX Rev. .J. n. Krancis (iiiiclly married Miss Louise Uadlington and Jlr. Frederick Woodcock, Wednesday night at Westminster parsonage. Miss Annie Kane acUj'.l as bridesmaid and Mr. I'llijah Iladlinglon supported the groom. The happy couple have taken up their residence at li-13 Kith St. N- It^s Down Hill For All the Best Meats to Our Shop ^ Our business is to procure meats that will please and , satisfy the keen appetite as well as tempt the dull appetite. The same kind of meats will do both. Our Fresh killed carefully handled meats from choice young Southern Alberta grown stock are enjoyed by ] everybody. It is a pleasure to prepare them with their rich aroma and tender juicy appearance. ^ You can't buy better meats anywhere. Finer meats don't come to Lethbridg'e. We always have everything on the market. Let us acquaint you with our service. Beside Geo. Kerr Co. Phone 452 NEW ARRIVALS for SATURDAY Dry Goods for Saturday Wash and Dress Goods DAINTY Ef^BROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS in all tjie new.'St etfeets. f^rlei-s 5Q ^^'^'^ In I 111 upwards NEW SILK AND SATIN RIBBONS In all staple and fancy sliiiilis, all widths Price l O Regular $3.00 for ................. MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT SPRING SUITS, colors are very serviceable tor business of street wear. Stylos are unique. Sizes up to 40 only. Values ^ "j to $1S.S0, special ..................... ^ 1l MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT COTTON FLANNEL PY. JAMAS, made in good roomy sizes. Colorsfl� ORANGE. GRAND MASTER Vancouver, Feb. 17.-8. Birniingbam Coldwell amendment, of Vancouver was today elected gr(ind master of the Orange association ot Hritish Columbia at tho annual njeet-Ing at Nanaimo, A resolution 'Was passed congratulating Premier 'Noiv ris of Manitoba" on the repeal of the For Your Week OUR PKICES ARK RIGHT AND THE QUALITY IS GOOD .1 , 546, Thirteenth Street :Nort^||y^^., j,^^,^^ ;