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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDAY, I'KBIU'AKY Ti, Tlllv LKTWMHKiK DAILY IlKIUi.l) Stocks Throughout Every Department Are new at highest point of Completeness And prices demonstrate in no uncertain way lhat it means much money saved to shop at Clarke's. Lovely New Stocks of Spring Outer Gar- ments in a Wonderful Variety of Choice raise, ...------------i Handsome New Suits to Smartest New Coats to COMPLETE NEW 'STOCKS OF YARD GOODS JUST ROOM TO MENTION A FEW LINES HERE PLAIX culms, eicellent finality, 30 hi. wide. Special JuC J'LAI.V GINGHAMS Wlj.) Scotch goods, all wash colors, Inch. Special, 3Sc J f anil 4DC STHIl'ED ground vvlih various col- ored stripes. .10 Inc-h...............r... 1.1 3 NOVELTY 1'LAID DRESS ruv.v effects in rich colors. 9 ft Sjiectal Rl'LBNUID OALATBAS. 27 in. A btg selection at lasl year's prices. Special. 45c and Beautiful Silk and Serge Dresses to Superb Silk and Clo'h Skirts to GOSSARD CORSETS AND BRASSIERES IN COMPLETE NEW VARIETY Models for every figure at a price to suit every purse. Corsets at 50'c THIS IS A GREAT HOSIERY STORE A variety of choice in almost any grade of hosiery otic could wish to fee. SPECIAL Silk Lisle Hose 50c IJJack. and tans in love- ly fine qualities, Ftzcs to W inches. New Spring HATS Now in Open- ing Display More than a hundred new mo J els, featuring exclusive from leading Amer- ican and French" luillmers. MAKE IT A POfNT TO. IN- SPECT THE SHOWING ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. CLARKE CO. 614 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge Alberta PHONE 1224 Princess "Pat" Happily Married PERSONAL I Mr. S, lijii is ami D. Mtlndoe have arrived in thy oily Hal. Mr. O. -S. Farrow RcgJnj. where de is attending thf f.auiitlryi'K-n's Con- vctjtlori bfiujj hi-JJ iJiem Itr. Galfaraah of Vulcan, Alta.. v.ns in Nelson on fiu way to -U'jc-iHa lu look after mom? minJug tuttri-sis, Mrs.' U. L. Sutherland ot Edjuouum is the suest of Mrs. II. Reynolds and remain here fur some time. Cadet A. V. Harper was iti (he tiiy yestf-nJrty his way honip from Van- couver lu iila ho-.iie in Hlainuore, Alia, Mrx. .M.K'KJntosli lu.} as Iier fgm-.us Iier mo i her ami Mrs. ami Mt-Xulty of North I IK1 lid, Ontario. ol Canu'rbmy, assisted by jot her noted occlesiiitie-; in Hie prvs- ciift- ol King and Queen Mary ami great of the mem- I iK-rs of Royal family, i C'J oilk'ials of the Urlihb und fort-igu fiicnvU ond visitors from atitoacl. Anu-rivan Ambassador and Mrs. John Davies wt-r-1 cut. Her Gown The ImJe. entered aliliey floor. Htr sown was ot brocaded panne ever silver outer Ku'wn being vor lover's knots. Quct presented by the v v IOCIAL Princess Patricia of Connaugdt Ffcli. iT. PrluteiF Patricia of Connayglit anil Comman- der Alexander R, M. Itamsay, H.N.A., tiiiirrlpd at Westminster Abbey at noon today. No other social event during the' war has t-aused sm-U interost. Crowds assembled early along iliQ route over which ilie drove with her father, the of t.'onnauBhl, from St. James 1'alace to Woslminstcr Abbty. The ctremotiy iiertormed by fue tht Koyal faoiily and peera and i followed. 1 A guard of honur (rotu "The Pat" regimen! was stdiloned at the door, honors seamen from 11. M. S. V. Court mourning over the. death of Prince Juhn waive I for Ibe oc- caaion. Thn wedilmg proseiils, which are still arriving, uumber nearly TOO ;inJ range Irom homely market bas- kets 10 jirii-olosi Ulauionda. ritia Canadian Regiuiout and lEod wiiti Iho regimental The profession was led by a choir blngjug >Jy Soul, the KiiiR of lleaveu." The gentlemen u.-htrs fpllowed I'rim-e.-s auJ her fiance 1 Vtno'ivn otio another for several tlu-l years irjvng been much thrown '.vhtii Uiti Duke of CtjDnaught thcjvras Covcrnor-Genpral of Canada acd up v.-iiti ail- j I'umruandfcr lie id the ot She carried a aido-de ramp- Tliey are both devoted .....an it have many rounds and then came I 1'atrkia, with! her father. They were by thn Karl of Mac-Duff, eldest son ol the I Diii-hcsa ot Fyle. and the llou. Simon- IlamFcy. pages. b'jariug ihe tratu. Then lame Laily Joan RauiFay, with I'ritieesa Ingrid.of Sweden, 'Lady Ira namsav, with Lady May Cambridge, Priuccss Maud, with Priucess Mary, and Lady Helena Cam- bridge, ;vith Lady Victoria Cambridge. The bride was given away by her father, During the service the choir pang Clth psalm, the hymn "0 I'urfiji-t and tbe anthem "Who Like Unto Thee, O After 'llie ceremony tlie UAS signed in tiio cliapel tif Kilward the Confes- sor. Then the Mendelssohn Wedding March waa played. A of together on the links at Suonlngdale. L'JSt auludJii J'rincpsa Patricia wfcs the guest of Commander I'.amsty'a sister-in-law. Lafly Dalhousle. while in Scotland, and much more recently the Princess honoured Lord and Lady Ant-aster by attending a ball they gave in Rutland-gale, Lord Ancastcr is Lady Dalhousie's elder brother, and ot course Ilauisay was also present at this dance of Lady Amastor's the week before Christmas He is universally popular, the third ot four sous the Jate Lord and Ijfdy who dteJ almost simul- taneously while their children were quite young. The late Lady Dalhousie was a daughter ul the sixth Ixiril TankerviHe. unj she was one of. the most beautitu) women of her day. Indeed, beauty to be apiire- flated in the Hatasr.y family, for the present Lady Dalhousie is exlreoiely handsome, and 1'rlncess Patricia has always been a most admired member ol the Royal family. ALIENS DISCHARGED VAXCOUVEJt, Fell. Brl- WATERWAYS CONVENTION PARIS, Feb. sub-committee ol nie international waterways com- mission liafi completed .Its discussion optrating at Howe Sound, foaio now discharged tho draft of the convention on the enemy alieti tliat has bcon cmployeil freedom of transit submUted by the there. Thete-Tvero -150 of thlj elass lirltish. It was decided (bat Ihe con- r.-orktne at tbe copper mines, but i vcittion be to the drafting corn- since htis grown against i mittee. The character-of (.lie plans them, they'have bcca allowed lo go. submitted is not disclosed. WBBON TEA There are enough worries in the world without having to drink poor as well have the best. Try BLUE, RIBBON Mr. A. E. Hfaumoiit were j I (ilfiaaauUy on eveis-1 ing their home on 4tb Avr-nue, by a call from no v oral resHows of Elie i city Mr. mid AUr. A. 11. Me- Guire, Mr. and Mrs. YV. J. Artintrong, Sir. ami Mrs. A. C. Kan'onli. Mr. and Mrs. Kclfiar Hill and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Grigg. A delightful social evening j was spent hy the who arc jilcas- 1 ed (o iveltumc Mrs. Ucaumont here from her former home in Winnipeg. I The La lies' Aid of the United cliurch surprised Mrs. J. Mfllvena at her home on Monday afternoon, where after begun today before .lu-tico Morrison. A copy of a letter recovered 'rom examined the ship's side, but the boat was not freed from tbe lacklo and v.-as later raided to tlie deck. Capt. Htcdlwui said he. could not'tell whai ilonlh of water was crcr VanderbHt Heel, where small boats, in his opin- ion, might have been lowered. The Peterson ivis forced to seek shelter at Shelter Island, four miles ?ram tliu reef, on 25 and 25. Albert E. Lucy, of lite gas boat Mu- rielette. expressed the opinion that bo.ils could have been' loivereil. loiter during the sitting Capl. Sted- ham was recalled. 10 introduce tho !os of the Peterson, in which the Sophia was described fis sitting well upon the rock and not appearing to be in any danger oC grinding up. Capt. J. V. Davies, of (lie gas boat Kstabeth, declared that shortly after arriving at tbe ivreck on Octohcr 21 he asktd Capt. Locfce if he -wanted lo transfer the passengers, Capt. morning by wireless lhat tbft with Canadian soldiers on board. would fae cK Halifax late Friday night and would dock early Saturday morn- iirg. In aildition to the Lapland, the llelgic is expected Sunday and the Megantic on Wednesday of next week. Schak, of llie United States- harbor! At the home ot Mr. anil Mrs. For- On Saturday 50 Calgary Ilotarians guson, 424 12Ui St. north, en Tuesday and their wives are coming to pay a: evening the br.ys of Mr, Ferguson's visit to Lcthbridgc. This will be of! Sunday school trlass, together with a fraternal nature. Some ot these anti H. K, Bruce'and Mr. and 1 that on thy men, who are all prominent Honlt had a icost [Doming of (he hoats could hare men of Calgary, have never been hi: and njorc beans eccorupanleil lowered on the starboard aide Lellibridge before, and local Retains j by kinds Uiings Vapid-1 cE.thn Sophia. 'One boat was lowered are sparing no effort to make -.their disappeared. Afterfuppor was over lh6 vessel with four persons. the body of Pte. A. McQueen, oncjlxjc-ko replied thai the Sophia of ihe passengers, was introduced. The centred on the top of the reef and tn letter was addressed to his mother, i no danger, who lives at Fort Gibbon, Alaska, and] told of conditions on tlii; Sophia' after1' ttiQ vessel had grounded. He said! there was no unrest among ine pas-' sengers, Capt. Stedham, Engineer Derkhanrt Ryan Fireman Victor DRAPER RETURNING LONDON, Feb. A. M. Draper, official representative of. Canadian labor nt (he peace confer-1 ence, sails Tor (he Dominion'today on the 'Mauvctania. disappeared, fiatnes of various 2000 ARE COMING business rousing cheers were given Tor the host hostess by Ihe boysJbr the jolly u Feb. this visit a pleasant one, and one lhat will various'kiiHlH indulged Presumably numbers nt the crew, who' barkation officials were advised give (heni a lasting impression (hat j ltl time to go home when three Lethbridgo is a ctty worth while. ThB Calgary RotarSans Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO A WEEK- If you caanot spend three years in hospital or are past hos- nital age limit, send name ind address on postcard for year book explaining the C, S. N. Home-Practice Method or sludy-' ing trained DUrsEng, State age; The Chautawiua Sctai of Norsmg JAMESTOWN, N. Y. Books, Magazines, Newspapers SOCIETY PRINTING OR Books and Renound in Finest Leather and Cloth. Pint Writing Paptr, Initialled Free. JOIN OUR LIBRARY EXCHANGE. EVERALL FRANKS THIRD AVENUE men as they are. are also something tjme they hail had. the way of entertainers, something I very good at that loo, and during their visit here (hey will put on a rnfnstrel show at the afternoon ana evening, for the benefit of the local child welfare work. The entire net proceeds will go to this very worthy purpose. The mfnslrcl show is one or the best of Us kind. For the benefit of ladies and children vho cannot attend in (he'evening a special matinee fa'i being init on, at which there will he! Miss Grnff entertained a a little extra fun for Ilia benefit of ihe i nutnter little friends at her home kiddie? and their mothers. Don't i afternoon, the occasion he- miss this. i fr'S birtInlay, 'An afternoon By ail means don't miss the was thoroughly enjoyed by Another very pleasant Sans Souci j rfnnce was held last evening in Har- Hall tvhere fa spiie of the In- clement wealhcr many ot the people turned out to ibn pleas- i urcs ot a sootl floor aa5 music. Miss I Arnold's orchestra was In attendance i and dainty refreshmeiUa were served during tbo evening. ms show either. For (he accomrno- riatfon of the clerks in the ctty stores, the evening show will not open until nine o'clock. Let us show the Calgary Rotarans that we know how to do things up Kitchener city council passed a re- solution asking ttio Ontario govern- ment to discontinue the one mill war lu. the liule 4 V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Home Made Bread, Pastries. Dining at Kirkby's Is a Pleasure Always Service and surroundings all combine to make eating enjoyable, Full course dinners or afternoon teas always ready to serve. Every detail indicates superior- ity and refinement. KIRKRY 3rd s Tlie young ladies of St Patrick's church are giving an "At Home" at the. Conservatory of Music Hall on Monday March 3rd, 1910. There will bo a special-meeting oE the Major Jack Iloss chapter I. O. D, E, on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the K. r, hall. Mrs. Andrew's Section of the Next- ot-Kin will meet with Mrs. R. Wilson, 715 6lb St. soutti tonight at 7.30. The Young People's Bltile Class ot Ihe Uiiiled church will holj their j I monthly busings nie'cllng artl social j Jat the home of Mrs. Clayton S21 12th SI. on Friday, Kelj. 2Sth. All'racmljcrs arc nsKeil lo attend. J The King's class o'f Knoi church will not meet en Friday even- as announced. Tlie rncniters o( Iho Kastcrn Slur will meet fcr sewing to'raorrow after- noon al the Red fross rooms. Tho executive or the Local Council of Women will meet in tlic V. Mi C. A. u" Friday nlglit at 7.30 sharp. Al S.15 llr. lilshoi) will itcldrc.il the CMO anil (lie Nursing Mission Board on "Child Welfare Work." WEDDING Kuox oliurcli rnnti'po wna ihe scene ol n ciuicl wedding on Tuesday nfler- j noon, February 25, when Mr. llerlierl Kngcn LovcrluB of Irfilhbrldge and Mlsa Bwsie M ComiKrce Fere united In matrimony, Caul. Ihe Kev. .V li.-.JVwpan offiAitlBi. v .Mr.. .-Mpi Mrs. "wuT residV on Uieir (arm hear Hit- cilj. Week-end Specials This week we offer you a number of seasonable specials which it will pay you to investigate. This is also a good time to select wash goods. Each day adds new lines to our splendidly assorted stocks. CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Made trom fine woo] In fine ribbed weave. Full fashioned so thai they fit well mid keep shapa even after washing. Full range of sites. Values up to Week End o Special CHILDREN'S SWEATERS A limited quantity ot children's pure wool cost sweaters in assorlert colors, not all sizes but a good assortment in smaller sUes. Values nj> to !4.5D regular. Week End