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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXKSDAY, FK1WIAUY HI, I lut, i liiiiiu JJA 111 .li.ii.u yViC.KKUiVE.Nj The Finest and Lethbridge Are Brand new stocks in every department of the store year ago, which demonstrate in no uncertain way that are now nearing completion and at prices in many cases fully as low as those that it means much money saved to shop at this store. A Very Fine Showing of NOVKLTY I'LAIl) DRESS GOODS. very hand at) me tuiurtag-t. and..... SPLENDID iiEHCtt. Si Inches vide. Colors wine. t-aniinal, luvy, tali, grey, etc...............................'...... NOVELTY SILKS. 1'lairls and itrlpes in beautiful rich coitus. SJ.SO'lo........... STmi'Kt) SINKS. While ground dainty stripe of shy. pink, lau, green, i ninth, tie. si inch..................... J SOFT GHAN1TB IILOTJI. I'rc-tty IIPAV ol KiinU, putty, at last year's n A price............................... 1'URB SILK CHAUMKUSE. lively rich ot tnupp, sand, allce, wine, Ilus- J pft slan. cic. 40 inches TuDU HEAVY COVKHT COATING, inches Fawn shades only DIAGONAL SURAH SILK. Heavy rich Mlk, inches. Splendid to wear. Colors 9 7C taupe, brown, sand, plum, black. Fiae Display Staples and Wash Goods LOVELY PLAID GIXCU.YMS. Light, medium ntul dark colors. All washable. 3Sc and HHAVY GALATEAS. Newest, stripes in various color grounds, all ul list year's prices, 45e and IJKAC11 CLOTH iSLHTlN'G. Eitra tine quality mercerized thread in all plain colors and SILK PLAID rich 1 7C colorings. 3G inches ivlde, YarO 3 HKAVY SHEETING. 'Splendi'J heavy ilireail. two yards wide. Extra special -t value................................ i.UU FINK WJHTH VGiLES. Many arades td choose from in plain weaves, checks and -t nf stripes. 50c .-i.. 'ivfat) WHITB PIQUES. A wide variety of choice to select from, Tine and heavy cords esc to......................... HAXDSOMB NiAV CURTAIN MARQUISETTK lovely new lot ia plain, flora] and Mrd designs, 90c to................... While stocks are not yet nor comprehensive; a siiK-nilid 5howing ot the most styles for this Piirinir SCHL in coals, pfcirls atul tlress-es, a.vai'.s you Iicre ar-d parly or tfiis lot is worth sn early inspection ir (or no other than, to set ;a first Iiaud the style to be inii-1 in demand. BEAUTIFUL TAILORED SUITS to Vt-ry a lira dive ami claLorat" ww mmlels in LH Id trimmed and iiaiuUoniclj- t-mhruidercil eftectn, colors sand, iauj( navy, Mack, cic.. regular and extra bree sliea. HANDSOME NEW SKIRTS to Till; sboiving of sklrta features liy far the most handsome novelty cloth- in both, silks aiid s rgfs we have ever htul show as as ph. in silks am! crepes, poplins, etc., in UK tier and ovcrskirt effects. Regular sizes ;inU sizes to 30. WONDERFULLY ATTRACTIVE DRESSES to Silks sml scrst.s In the new tier, overskirt, ruffled atnl iiautl effects. Many coat styles shown in the lot. Braid anil embroidery trim- itiotl. Colors navy, black, sand, taupe, Copen- hagen, etc. Small, ilium anil largo sizes. SWELL SPRING COATS to A very nice variety ol early spring styles just opened up today, including Donegal and Halifax tweeds, coverts, novelty tweeds and velours, sizes for young ladles and small wo- men, regular flzes and very large WODICU'S sUea as DAINTIEST SILK UNDERWEAR A complete new slocfc now nwulls your early selection. Sitk to J3.50 Silk Envelopes to 5IU: Gowns 57.50 lo Silk Bloomers................. to COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF FINEST MULL ANO NAINSOOK GOWNS, CORSET COVERS, ENVELOPES. SK1F1TS, ETC., IN WHITE AND FLESH. OUR BEST STOCK OF HOSIERY Many complete stocfcs and nest variety ot choice it Is irogsithc to procure and at lowest prices. Silk Hose Special AH colors 52.00 Striped Silk Heavy SUk All colors Silk Lisle Various grades 65c, 75c and 1.25 to and Ginghauis nOti1 in complete variety ol cboicc in medium and dark colors. Full assortment of niciliuni tnd extra large sizes in various grades and prices. PHONE 1224 Slaughter -Monday sided, and in In-half tne chapter Bivcn ov Maine-Is Club' will Ijo LTcntoe for OMs, Mr. Gordon presented lire. Pmvsori with an o. K. hold in or I nov church .will relieve al.fte Commerce. S. brooch anj Mr. 1-awscm a fountain on Tuesday evening 'iFclmiarv 25 ;Mr. and Mrs. Gordon wll be, oat of pen. is past patron at S o'clock. A Fplenilla program has iloivn for two months.Vulcan Mrs. pawson past matron of Coaldalu been arranged, ami the executive ara Senator anil DC VebtT have i thtiir guesls their Miss Oenge, h B Mrs' B- ontertainea a nu. rooiv lor a suart lime. ler yomg ladies at her homo las', vr Ti'iovi'-v i. Mlsa Poncr was tl10 A. M. Ie.t the begin- al an amu3ing contcsli a VMV nms ot the week to take- a much- ,mUBJCal tvenius was needed rest the coast. I I Among those who entertained this Calgary Herald: It ,s not often ,vcok AVas a w Uwh hat people are prlv.loged lo celetrato celvca at ilcr thtir sbticth wedding anniversary and ou Momiay aitemoon to tto so surrounded by one's family planniiifi an evening ot pleasure. It, i is hoped every nicnibcr, with her bus- band, vho will be a guest of honor, will make a special effort to lie pres- er'L si. Slary'a Bay Scouts arc asked lo meet tonlgiit at i.li a special Fielding Leader Opposition For Session Reconsirnclion Issue The Willard C. T. U. hold their regular business meeting OTTAWA, Feb. forces anil friends of many sears' standing, of Macleod, and Mtss Slarkey, of N'el- inat (he experience or nev. Eon, D.C. Fxhvard Cragg yesterday, when a, reception tor thtJr many (Thursday at the homo n' Mrs. Shavv, are foregathering In Ottawa. tr 4 I 210 20th St. X., at S o'clock. jioiuls members arc coming Mrs, Tl. D. KUchic was a visitor in Medicine Hat this week. CHURCHES AND friends was held at fiieir home, 321 followed by a-Tamily din- ner in the evening. Thoso ot their final have been made t nenniuglon, or 'family who wero present nt.the dinner for the JIajor Jack Rose Chapter, I.'O. i fchool teachins slaff, excels to leave jjwere Dr. C. C. Crapg and Kev. C. E. W- H-. dance which is being held in Iho cily. The one topic ol of the Next- overshadowing for the moment pcaEi- 'oMCLii will meet tomorrow with Mrs. bllilies of the thai of sue- DottgalT, CiG 12Ut SL. A, X., at T.S't. cession to Sir Wilfrid Laurier as lead- In a few weeks to lake uo her nevr dutlw In Kilmontou. It is to be re- gretted that Lethbridge Is losing such im efficient and capahlc primary teacher. O. Austin, formerly of Iho Slerild, Cragp, of Lethbridge; Kov. II. H, K. of P. hall tomorrov." evening. Cragg ami UrnIIy, K. U. Stone (Jreal crows arc expected, and a good antl family, Mlsi Craig, of Caljary, and time ts assured all who attend. A or cf the opposition. There have ijeen preltminary pour iiarlcrs, aUhougli a formal gathering ot Liberal forces to discuss the situation TV lit not be held til] after the funeral. Tar tlto last 1 v v fev-" W- S. Kicldins has been in the city, as also lias J. A. 0. A. Cragg, ot Eyreinorc, Alts.' As four-piece orchestra will be In attend- Thc_ niarrJflgc (nnk place in SI. cllifef a remembrance of the day, their sons ance, and street cars at 1.30 an. 2 Rev. and Mrs. CraEg irlih a_.m. Tickets may be obtained frmi sle' a purse containing J60 in gold, a dol- lar for evcrj" year (hey had been mar- ried. Rev. Mr. Crags cama to Canada jy member ot the chapter. There will be no meeting of the Mane of .YoUingham. England, (o Miss Sarah C. of Chicago. After a few days in the Algoma dis- ntnuc is apparently in favor as i temporary successor. It is pointed out t.iat. while differing from Sir Vv'LKriil oil Ihc conscription issue, -Mr. Field- lerday. llo is now publicity reprcseii TeOa How (o Stop a Bad Cough rovvha from t! srvp. raallr pr MI cons unie. If you linve a eryio wflli Forcn or chest ncrompanlrd Pickle. or difficult broath- OT if ,vour. child wnkea lip of irnlly rfmarfeabh couch remedy fiuclliatcRn In civ'0 riuicK and lasting relief nt all Ten cnn foci Viit (ako hoM o( e. rr.iifh in a wav 11. at means Inninrn It nnt rair-a phlccTn, filopi ttinMt licklc nnd wxitbts and lirala inilalcd KKinliranrA -tliat line tli'T nnil broncliiaf tubes with injdncsi. ami certainty tbai it i.i really Pino: fs a srcr-inl r.ml Mnhlv- cnncon- rrimpntind of Korircv noil ii noted for its in Hivoro Inroat rr.il colda. fta millioaa of tiMisiasllo uwra luro awn'i! It famous worlii Thcro nro roAny TrojfHfa tuttx- nl (Ilia isijinjo. Tl> nvoM ask for onccM of 1'i.nrx" willi full directions don I accept It Is rinrantccd to ciyc aVjolule sa'.ia. tr.rtloti or money promptlr rcfoodcd. ilp Tint! Co., Toronto, Oat, by act ot parliament. K is considered likely that government legislation on the question wilt Include a plebiscite to lie taken when all tio soldiers re- turn. Better Roads Legislation for better roads, exten- sion c! the government railway sys- tem, for laud settlement scheme, ten-, tatively discussed at the. provincial confertnce. Trill llo comprised in tlta heavy estimates which the govern- ment will tiring down. There is also likelihood of an attempt to meet the demand of the western provinces re- specting transfer o! natural resources, although at the provincial conference the delegates were unable lo reach a satisfactory basis of settlement. Tariff And, for the. moment, in the olfing, tariff issues may at any timo eprins to tiic front. With a financial bal- ance' sheet regarded aa highly satis- factory. It ia possible that the govern- ment will decide'to abolish, the spe- cial ivar tax of 5 per' c'en't, preference) and 7% mediate and general) 'the tariff .In 1D15. GOVERNOR PARIS I'ATUS, Feb. Berdulat has been appointed mih'lary governor of Paris. a neonv. Buy Thrift Stamps. v Honor it, -whether it be a dollar or BIG DANCE RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE Good Mutlc FRI., Feb. 21st BIO APPROPRIATION. WASHINGTON, Fell. out a record vote, the last night annual rivers, and'harbors :bill, carryina apprep-' riations of more'than original noufte In (he church notice that the llarean Tho seventh annual' meeting of the dass meet at Dunsworth's Women's .Missionary Society OMncleoiI tof VMiy on Wednesday eve- Presbyterian opener! tls sessions this-lline' llsvc rcnti "lo morning in Knox church. Reports for class Tllc nollco rom tha varkrai secretaries irerc I! can lio reocllly un- read. Among tho delegates present how Ihe mistake was made, Gordon, ,vere Mrs. McClaln and Mrs. Gordon, Ito ,ls tlie W'mcd. ot MRcleod; Mrs. Grllfiths, Mrs. Me- Thc 0( lhc Clirisllnn church. Is Callnni, Rlascnger and Mrs, Mor- rison, of Now Dayton, and Mrs. Me- llcr ot L of Colemnn. Many other dele- Kales were cipeclcd on the afternoon train. (hit ho received a nuin-1 calls, which go to show' Ic do not stand (or cartl Tho marriage of Miss SI. Tho Sir Alexander Gait Chaplcr, I. O. IX B., ivill hold their nnnual Thompson, daughter of T. II. Frltay, Febru.iry 21, at Brown. o{ Dnnphln, lo Mr, A. Camp- ln hell, M.P., of Tho Pas, was solemnized" on Thursday caning, Dauphin on U'ediicsday evening, rllu boanl "ni1 thc When Dr. .1. O. Shearer, of Tornjito, u.a I'-cbruaryjl2. Tho ceremony was per Aitl ot Wesley church are holding j. DavW rhriMle. of Winnipeg, lorraert hfthe .1, A. Cormle. Sir. social on Monday eve- wll, ,be the speakers. Dr. Shearer will ,nnd Mrs. Campbell loft for The _Thc 6peak on "The Socbl Ideal of tho New the Quebec membtrs. Aniong visitors in Ottawa is Hon. llohert Ilogcrs, whose recent dcclara' tEons that thc lime lias come for a revival of old party lines liave awak- tncil FO much intrrest in tho political world. Open supporters of'Mr, Rogers in the house nvo in ntimlicr, hut their altllnilo ailit to> tho com- plexities oE d session the possibilities of whicli are hoyoml prophecy. Reconslruttion Reconstruction measures will figure chiefly in Uio government program. Steps Imve nlrearty been lafccn by in a number of in- A public gathering will be in tbo into effect where avoidance of delay ivas essen- for instance, na thc provi- of lor housing, and tiers on (ho land, Theso and kindred Sheerer anrt Dr. Christie Will Speak on Important Topics a The ..Fourth: of the Series domiciled. and will immediately proceed to Ot- Tuesday. Alt tho membcra of ChrfsMn'a topic will be the congregation arc invited. j-The Ko'conaccralion ot Our Youth." iln.S 'A largo attendance is expected, as The Dnuglilcrt and MaUls o{ lhtiSR aro important and the land heM ji very successful whist gpcakera are weir Known, drive and dance hi hall laal nfghl. Thc prlzd winners nerc: Udicg: 1, Mrs. Xobba; 2, Mrs, I'ol- lard: .lowctl. Gcnla: 1. Mr. M. Halley; 2. Mr. 0. Jones; Mrs. .1. rv. was solution, Mr. II. IMnning. A thc loa'honr ycsttnlay, aaslatod by 5 -Mrs. K. IX Jolinalon ami Mrs. K. A, The prayer mt'ellnp nl of menihere sputially tnlerflstcilftt Uio 2H per proof spirits forbifl tawa, 'where they win during the coming season, SOCIAL tVENTt ff necessary for action taken by or- der-in-counpil nntU-r the War 'Measures 'Act. Thc act expires on thc con- clusion ot peace, and with U will evj plro, accordlnj: to Ifgal opinion, llu', orders-Jn-coimoll pr.sFcd under Us pro I vision. Most Important of theso 1.0NDOX, Feb. As- Iho order vlrltiaJiy bringing jirolilbt- related overseas pajila- lion -into ciEcct, Under it. nitJnlary crtrnmuUii! 'been 'Denied turc o[ liquor containing more than INTEREST IN DOMINIONS oillat church will bo held on Thursdiy rtomlntona. Peeri who hold such in den attfcT iha close of last year. 1m- f eveiling of llila week, instead of tercsla arc lo bo invited to Join. den. portntion of such liquor had by pmvi-j {fcalilald 0. K. H, liekl a sWl mcci- on ticconnl of th'e Sir N'cwton Moore, of Australia, is 0119 been already forbidden. Ing hRl ovpninp in the hall, ftflor Icclnrn bclnx gfivnn by.I'cter WrigltL the chairman, ami DonaM MacMaater With (lie expiry of the war ft banquet wan served In honor of In tho church auditorium. innrl (IcraM Monlen, M.P's, are imong Measures Act, thcro will, therefore, Mr. nnd MM. W. IT- Pan-son, the mombtrs of the preatni formation iArise the necessity of continuing or Alfred Haley, aa worthy matron, pre- The seventh annual entertainment I committee. Jamenalns the prohibitory legislation SQUIRREL v ULUTO Peanut Butter Dancingi froni 9 to.Z Vnald't Inyitaifont The Major Jack Ross Chapter, l.O.D.E. Will Hold DANCE .IN THE K, of P. HALL THUR. Evening February 2O Dancing from S.JO till 2 a.m. A four piece in Attendance. Stretl cars for North Lrth- bridge at a.m. Line car at 2 a.m. Tickets may IM obtalnerf frvm any meftiber el the Chapter. ;