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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ^IDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1917 THE, LETHBRlBttE DATLt HEn*T.rt * ' ins the fewest Ideas in Springtime Suits and Costs j.ijL'.:j'.�,! �;�! .' � j u", ,. .. . � ... .'wXr. u!�':J1,1 . � � An Interesting Letter, /row? ..our Buyer, who is now in the Eastern Style Market*, Selecting Spring Merchandise Toronto, February/It,>1IJ7., Messrs. Ryland A Co., �-'� �. .^athbridge, Alberta. Now' that I have had my first glimpse of what the big shops of Chicago, Minneapolis and Toronto are show-Ing In the way of new spring atylea in suits and coats, I' am In a" position to give you briefly what I* consider to be th* outstanding "new things" for the coming season. Flrat of all the new colors appealed to me, particularly What they oall "pollu" blue (after the old French uniform), citron and apple greens) penguin or doxa grey's, and a new beaver shade. Add to these a few bright colors In rose, fuachia, banana and leather, and you have a color range, which should please the most fastidious. 'As to materials Burella Clothe, Checked Velours, Gabardines - and 'fine Serges are about all that I: could; lee. 'The atylea are entirely different from- last season, particularly In the suits. Skirts are slightly narrower and longer,-giving the appearance of greater width ft the hip: JIM.. Adding to this "barrel effect" are large baggy pooketa, looae panels and pleating at back or ,'sldef of coats. The loose "tie up" girdle belt is on nearly all the marter- models; "'� to $40 values. Selling at ' $20, $22 to $27.50 1 V HAS HAD A SATISFACTORY YEAR Sfport Coats tor the Spring- ''Sport Coats will be more in evidence this 1 : coming season than ever before, particularly the bright colors, and large overplaid designs. You will find a whole rack full of inexpensive coats n already for you tomorrow * morning priced from'' $8.50, $10, $12, $15 District News ONEFOUR NEWS (Prom Our Own Correspondent) One-four, Feb. .1?,-Samuel Cross is �hoveling snow, and pitching ry(e bundles for the Blacktail Ranch. i;Mrfcj. E. Wettiferell visited withj the evening. A f| ., . . Mrs, Nelson at Comrey on Monday. | Misses Emma. aiid\ Tllla Duncan 'T. L. Duncan tried the-coal mine gave a valentine party Wednesday (Front Our'Own Corrpsnond.-nt) Cardstqn, Fob. 21.-The annua' meeting pf the shareholders held on Ithe 17th inst. was well attended and reports #ere very satisfactory. t;i' The to||al number of pounda of butter' made reached nearly two hundred and;.twenty-five thousand, while ! at the Mountain View cheese plant some 61,500 pounds of cheese was! ^ made. The prices averaged did not I vjkpree.iwitb, the ihigh cost of living! idhedule as the cheesu was sold fori 'not quite 17c per lb., and the butter i /averaged a trifle over 31c per lb. to 1 i the\creamery bo that the retail prices I show somebody else gets the rake1 off,''. The farmers and patrons received some |87jOflO.O0 during the" ' year for milk and cream and this year there should be over a. hundred . thousand paid out, as the plant is now able to take care of sufficient dream to make 500,000 pounds of butter;  Around two thousand head of eastern dairy cattle shipped Into the . .district the . last two years should give a large increase to the cream output this year- |  � The great a.ii given the dairymen Of the province by the Department of Agriculture through the Dairy 'Commissioner is not fully known or i appreciated. Something over 200,000 pounds pf the butter made here was marketed through the Provincial Dairy Commissioner's office and with equated freight rates and the careful grading >done, the creamery management- here report that better results are obtained through the government's organization than in any other wayof marketing. I There is some prospect of the local ..U.. .F..A. at WooUord inducing the Creamery Association here to put in a grading station.for receiving cream at Owendale and thus make possible the ..serving of the large district to the east of us including many homesteaders from the Mclntyre lease country and Taylorville. 4 i . Mt. View Ward Re-Organized I On Sunday last a goodly number of Alberta Stake officers drove to Mt. View to attend the annual ward conference. ReportB from all organizations showed the ward ,in a good condition and the special missionaries', Messrs. Jno. A. Nelson, Edgar Hudson and Wm; Duce, Jr., had made a very earnest and effective visitation to each family of the ward. | The most important changes in the ' officers of , the vfard were , in the .Bishopric, the Primary Association and; the young men's mutual improve-raent association, each of which received a, new presiding officer. Mr. Jas. S. Parker *as released by his request as bishop, and Messrs. Ernest Parrish, (Bishop) with L. Harden West and G|aoi-Pirker as councillors were duly .ha^talled. $ ' :;Mr.>S. H. Earl was made president of the Y. M. M. I. association and Mrs. Leone ArslMWd^ iPatker ? was. selected as the t'�*Ia*ent orthe* primary , association. -., i ' Relief Socletyf'Conferenee I On Saturday %'estr the' 24th inst.. mM_-wmmmmmmm-mm-mm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-. the. Alberta Stake Relief Societies ' will hold their regular conference at . j j ;  the Stake Tabernacle and their presi- last week and managed to wallow out evening. Progressive Five Hundred d^nt- Mrs- LyJia J- Brown, wishes through.the snow;drift -with; a small was the leading feature of the eri- a11 members to take notice through jag of coal. Iteitainraent. Mrs. Chisholm and Mrs *our v*luable paper. It will also be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chisholm have I Ormiston won first and second' tne date �* the jStake. Priesthood prizes for ladies, and Mrs' Wetherell meetmS when the special missionar-took the consolation prize Frank. lea..report and receive their releases, Chisholm and James Wetherell -play- 80 that a bi& atten r.uoos. men^wear. m OTS * t>MUfcS NORTH LETHDRIDGE r a u to ~ i- ; Ui1 "in S-P-R-I-N-G We are now showing quite a complete range of Women's and Misses' Spring Suits and Coats, Dresses and Skirts. Lots of style and touches of bright trimmings in the new garments COME IN WHEN YOU CAN AND LOOK THEM OVER. New Spring Suits, $20.00 Navy Serge, satin lined. Splendid value. New Spring Suits, $25.00 Serges, Cheviots, Poplins. Best satin linings. Navy, Black and tan,. New Spring Suits, $'30.00 Finest Serges, Poplins and Gaberdines, with fancy silk linings. Colors black, navy, plum and brown. New Spring Suits, $35.00 A big range of styles and materials at this price. Finest linings, all' the new touches in trimmings. Navy, petunia, tan, Copenhagen and brown. COATS New Spring Tweed Coats $12.00. Donegal Tweed, raglan and regular shoulder. A splendid business coat in shades of brown and grey. New Spring Sport Coats $7.50 Velvet corduroy, silk lined with sash. Colors rose, raspberry, tan and green. This is wonderful value. New Spring Coats, $15^00 i Covert cloth, Serge, Corduroy, > Sheppherd check and Tweeds. ^,ots of ' style at this price. New Coats, $20 and $25 Extensive range of. styles' and col-brings at these prices,' Materials Vel- .. 20c, 25c, 40c antl 50c New Cretonnes and Sateens priced at........ 25c, 35c, 45c and 50c We have just put into stock the finest and niost attractve range ' of Rich Dress and Silk Skirts Stripes, Plaids, Paisley and riaihs, in the new spring colorings. You must see them. Serge Dress Skirts $4.95 Navy and black only. New styles. Reliable qualities. Crepe Kimonas $2.00 Very pretty colorings, finr quality crepe. . Neatly satin trimmed. Black Silk Boot Hosiery, 3 pairs for $1.00 GREAT VALUE. We extend a hearty invitation to the ladies of the city and sur-roundiiig country to call and see the smartest and most extensive range of spring merchandise wc?ve ever been able to get together. THE CO. LTD. Fourth Avenue-Dominion Block 7 23 85136075961066?9 ;