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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1UU) TllK LKnilMllHil-: DAILY HKUALD PHONE MILLINERY OPENINGS PERSONAL Mrs. Van Home and Orice, who have .Lepu Mrs. n Uie lor tlie past week, return wl to Uclr htmii'S in Clarfshalm yesterday. I The suus'uiiio of yesterday al- traded great itrdiny ladies ct ihc city to ihe Jllllinvcy p-jrlors whero this spring Diallings were- held in I afternoon. Tho wiudo'-v disj'liys Ihls year were II exceedingly tasty and varied, in ar-' rangement. licautltul ot ilic fresh llowers, dalUulils. -wero lo bi peon, in milters attractive selec- tions of new shapes and trim- [1 iniiigs. Tin? colurs of the materials lo be fit'ea at Miss TUaoy'R arc i Ibly lovely and smartness is the last xvord lit the chic creations that were there. There were many smart r TT? flair TL of Everyone Who Views I hem n, ot Hal.bV arrived In Jiatsvljo has been Ifte guest of her r.'ater in Havre. -Miin- lana, iir.J in tlreat Falls, has turncd Vo 'liL- (.I'.y. Mr. an-.l Mrs. L. M. Carlfn liuve :cfl tor u-hcr-j the former fcai taken a iitiriticn. There's been so much talk oJ advanced prices during the past months Irtal people were getting afraid that dress goods, suitings, silks, etc., would be beyond reach this season. This demonstration of values, however, has been a revelation to all who have viewed it. Prices at this store, it has been manifested, are no higher than they were a year ago, and in many instances we are offerings goods below to- day's wholesale another instance of the Company's service that makes shopping at this store so profitable for our pat- rons. The largest stocks in our history to choose all fresh, stylish and desirable. SILK GEORGETTE CREPE FANCY PLAIDS AND STRIPED fruni Mrs. McCambly left for High Itivcr last night. 0- SOCIAL EVENT! The teachers or Flcetwood school much admiraHon, Miss has roccntly coiue here from Tor- onto and Xew York, lias Itrought with her iho latest word in head-gear. Brown is Hie new shade this year in all Il3 hues such as henna, dust, nigger, parchment, reindeer, doe, rust and Titian. Jay blue is muclj in evidence, also jade, victory red, poeny lire entertaining totnorrow aflernoon tsr MlKS Hennington, who reeign- oil her iioaltion here to teach in EU- luqntou. rcil. dandelion yellow and yanbee rose. LIVELY StElOHING PARTY The rcaidence of Mr. rind Mrs. John I v 0 c- Ferguson. 421 12th St. C. N.- was in-j vadcd on AVpdnesday night by a unni-i The Uve Wire Class o( "Wesley licr ot friends- who took eiuire poii- themseU'es to be real Live resslon. the.occaEtou being the birth- i Wires last evening, when they pulled day ot Mrs. Ferguson, who was the beat evening of tun we have the recipient of several haudsonu had this winter. Racn Live vroscnts. AUer a .wliist "rive refresh- 1 invited a memlier ot the fair who in ants, ,vjere dancing oV early hour. iT panics nnd formed themselves Into a Battery. Sleighs irere at the door ot Wesley Itall, promptly at T.30 and the" Live Wires had a lively time bundling m The community al Coaldale-gavo Datiery-' We are ot the opinion rnrewell party to MT. and II. i that the hay rack en runners was rawson on Friday nlghl. A prograni Jaome Idea, if you don't believe us, ot music and recitations was those who had the privilege of r.nd very interesting lantern riding in It. The fun commenced right slides were- put old scenes 'away, Wesley Yells, SOCGS and snow In Ccaldalo. Mr. and 'Mw. fights-betweea the sleighs, anil having uecn (ho second settlers in the that other amasement, not so bolster- district over 13 years ago. Mr. perhaps, hut perfectly natural a UTG Wlre connecta with a on the old days, and referred feeling-'lottery on a clear, frosty night. After rtalc A bano-uca. was scrvert alter., vfs cvervono. while the -varls, at m people were t ml. to Iho esteem in which roomy hM chocolates were handed and ifrf. are fceltt. Jtrs.. the sill ot the Uve Wires to I.oiflcr, president of the. Battery. Medley songs-and yells' AM, was in tliu chair during Iho ove-'.sinrtcd the fnn up again. Two panics riinK. which held under (he going In games, snd the pres- plces ff Ilio Aid. of which .Mrs. ot the Wires, perhaps the eon is n flinrler member. i.Mr. nml' Uvltest Wire ot them a little I'aws3n are leaving shortly to] rivalry with a member of tile Battery inafce Ilioir home al Long Death, Cali- fornia. CHURCHES AHO t The Boy Scouls. of Knoi church are as to which party shQtild. have the mosl fun and make .most poise. Al- ways having a decided leaning toward the Mattery, we are of the opinion that the Hallery won out. Supper Was hill- ed with for nothing looVs 90 good otler i sleigh Mde eats. Then with three cheers all round, Auirt" I.nns Syne, ar.d Thfy Are Jolly Good (-'c-llc-ws, goodntghta were saiti, antt Uve Wires and Battery wended (heir. holding a pantry sale In the basement, home quite of the churfiiron Saturday afternoon (jveiiing weil from 3.30 lo 6; Pies, cakes, bread everything that mother makea will ho sold. Afternoon (ea will 'bo served 1Vy the boys. Court SUr and Court Unity, A.O.F., will hold a social and whist drive In tlio Oddfellows' hall on Monday eve- ning nest 11 5. JO. Alberta Musical Festival Cliorus comntence rehearsals next Tues- Oay night, .March -1th, In the Knox jhurcn, beginning at S o'clock. A .earty InvrUtion Is tilended to all of the city cbolrs, aod a spe- cial InvitalJon Is eitenricrt. lo'all im- GENERAL SERVICE SECTION CLOSED The General Service Section ot tbo Women's Aid cf the St. John's Ambulance Brigade Overseas is no longer In force. It is not consid- ered adTisable for many reasons to conlinao Ibis branch of the service wllh .Ihe exception ot tlM Oerieral Service Superintendent and the slslant SoperfnlenoehU. WTiil are mostly In need of now are oiflc-! V.A.D. nurses mem- ot the SI. John Ambulance ISrig-i ifard Elgar'5 "ilanncr (reorge" bo given two evenings tho Festival .wcpk. eva who liave copies of Hie "Son? of tho Vikings" and filioru.i" arc the "Hsllcliijah kindly bring {iiom tilli them. All llvssn' wlsblns to Ihi; nrcheslri are asked' to r'uinniunitato.'willi Ilic sccrclory, Miss II. lloaic." Tlin Junior Auxiliary liirls ri[ St. CypKm's will i-sel fil 250 In. Ilic room 031 Salurday aflerno.in. will he -1. special meeting of the Major Jack lloss Chapter. I. O. U. r', on ;it 'j o'clocV fa ilw K. I', hnll. sit otliers hare answered1 an appeal! Icr Ihe now hospllal at Calgary lo bo known as the Colonel Belcher al; tour have Toliintcercd for the Ed-j nrontoa hospllal, but ellll others are rcriacstcd for (his liranch ot tno Army Mccllcnl Service; ONE KILLED NORWOOD, Minn., Feb. pnscenger train on the Minneapo- lis and St. Louis Railroad bound for Mlnneapolia crashed into a clock train In blizzard about one mile irons t'flis marning. Medical xnt from here. One person was killed and 14 were injured, to th: firtt dctiniti Just reached us from France, 3S tne'.i materials, lieautitul KooJs. CoKiri ame- tbyal, saxe, brown, black, ivory, mole, maroon, green, near! grey etc. n Aft At, yard PRINTED CREPE AND DRESS MUSLIN Inr.U materials. Fancy black iiattsrns. Yard. 51.00 lo i rn l.OU FIGURED SHANTUNG 1.40, -Vat ural with blue, green figure. 3C inches wide. Yard DRESS MUSLINS Figured crepe or crimp voiles and lantles, loo large a range lo mention all- in stripes, plain, fancy, colors and checks ranging Jn prices from, yard, l nf C5C Up tO SERPENTINE CREPE Viain colors such as >vnite, sky, pink, raaiio, mauve. old_ro3e, chani- pagnc, Yard.'GOc and DUCHESSE SATIN We would draw special aUenilon to our duchesse satia. 3C O Cft Indies wide. Yard, 52.50, tmri V MESSELAINE SILK At per yard and 35 inches --.vide. Colors brown, oM .rose, grey anj purple. for, yarU COLORED SHANTUNG A- beaullful wearing oven silk comes iu brown, pink, white, sky, 1 "ntf npricolj 36 inch. Yard SILKS In all the nigger brown, navy, uurgucrty wl'h green, browii. ivilh mauve. with 31 o >jf Int'hes wide, from ?i.'.25 to 0 SILK POPLINS Our stock is most complete in silk Iicplin.s ami crepe faille. Colors grey, phifc, blue, taupe, Watk, sky. white, grec-n, black, purple, etc. O At. yard 32-INCH CEYLON FLANNEL In. veiy neat slrines. Mnch. At lo >IC 13C Clood even weight silk. 27 inch White Soft Flannelette, 27V2c 30 to 32 in. While Flannelette, yard..........30c-35c 33 INCH SPECIAL TINGCOT SAXONY WHITE FLAN'LETTE lft !5 40c Fast Color Prints, Ginghams, Chambrays, Serges, yard.. 25c EASY FIT VEILS No tying, no pins, slips on easily. Col- ors black, mid-brown, dark brown, .taupe. Each IOC MY LADY HAIR NETS MIcMirovn, grey, (lark lirown, 1A Mack. IWC NEW SPORT Colors black, navy, taupe. New Spring Suits Just arrived. Every one a different style. No two alike. One handsome suit of sand Tricotitie, the skirt ot coat beau- tifully braided with a darker shade ol silk braid; narrow shawl collor of silk, nar- row skirt, right up-to-date. Another handsome model of navy serge, box coat braided with black silk military braid, and sand vest of rajah silk. One of the prettiest suits shown. These are the hints of the spring mode. They come as heralds to her who is alert to the last minute fashion, wheth- er she may be choosing a wardrobe for travel or for the distinction in dress at home. .We will be pleased to show suits for the misses in navy and green, sizes 16 to 20. Our coats are all the newest designs, Cape effects the black sillc braid trimmings in navy, serge, tweeds, green and sand. Every one a different style. _ Now for Our Blouses Among the Victory dictates in fashion has arisen a vogue for of line and sometimes bright of color. 'Among the new ones just arrived are the -'Victory red, coral, flesh, maize, ami white. Some tucked with narrow pleat- ings on the round necks, some embroid- ered in beads of all colors. All sizes. Prkei Grocery Dept. To those whose custom it is to lay in a supply of groceries the first of the month, and who have not been buying here, we would suggest that .it will cost them nothing to get our prices and exam- ine qualities sold chance to com- pare our goods and prices with others is all we fact it's all we need. Reindeer Condtnttd Milk. 4 tms .for...........82c Canada First Evaporated Milk, 7 tins [or.......85c Seedless Raisins, Griffins, per packet 15c Seeded Raisins, Gold Ear, per pkt. 15c Sugar, 10 Ib. sack........................... J1.20 20 Ib. Hudson Bay Tea, Ib. packet..............SI.23 Blue Ribbon Tea, per Cattup Relish, pints, 15e; quarts ..........'----30c Tomato Chutney, per bottle 40c Prepared Mustard, McLaren's, small 10c; large 20c Catsup, Llbbyt, per bottlt 23c Salad Dressing, Uibbys, per bottle............ 33c Honey, Pride of Canada, 5t j.... Peach Jam, 4s, Donaleo, per tin ...'............95r, Red Currant Jam, 4s, Empress brand, per tin----93c Maple Butter, per tin..........................30c Finett Ontario, per (bi.................32c Fine Oatmeal, THIaon's, 4 Ib. pkti., each ......35c Health Bran, Tillion's, per 15c lulled Oattv I Ib. tacks, each'................. We Germade, per LAUNDRY AND TOILET SOAP Infant's DeMjht, per 10c Wilady Glycerine, 3 for..................... 2Cc Royal Crown tnr.f, per pkt................... 27c Lennox Soap, l.irgf lire, 10 for Sic Geld Soap. 10 for ?2c Lux, per packet 12c Electric Soap Chips, per packet 35c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Bananac, 2 Ibs. for............................ 2Sc Oraniet, splendid value, per dozen.....32c and 4Sc Lemons, per dozen........................... 35c Rhubarb, very choice, per !b.i................. 25s Oniotw, CaulifUwer, each.................... 30c, 36c, 40e A frnh supply of Cabbage, Turnips, Carroll and Parsnips. Lettuce, per CANNED FRUIT ANO' VEGETABLES 4 tliu for 75c 2t, per tin............. 23c and 30c Sweet Potatoes, per tin 25; pumpkin and 27c Ptars, 1s, Gold 2 tins for 43c .Raspberries, per tin 44c Strawberries, per 33c WE HAVE ROBIN HOOD, ELLISON'S AND TAYLOR'S FLOUR. NO CHAROE FOB-DELIVERY. .PHONE 313 PROMPT DELIVERY and OVERSHOES SALE MEN'S TWO BUCKLE OVERSHOES Sizes 6 to 12. Ursular Special MEN'S ONE BUCKLE OVERSHOES Heavy rolled sole. Repular 53-50. Sizes S to 11. Snecial........................... MEN'S SPECIAL BUSHMAN'S OVER- SHOES llai.e with heavy rolled sizes 1 to n AA 11. Hcg.tlar H.25. Special MEN'S SLIP-ON CLOTH TOP OVER- SHOES Styles Douglas ami Arcadia. Sites 6 to II. Of Special I.OJ MEN'S PLAIN STORM FRONT OVER- SHOES In either American or Englisn lasts, sizes nf 6 to ID. Kcsular J1.75. Special.............. .MEN'S QNE BUCKLE OVERSHOES Sizes 6 to 11. Regular ?3.25. Commencing Sat., Mar. 1st, and Continuing All Next Week Owing to the very mild winter we find ourselves very heavily over-stocked in rubber goods. So rather than carry them over for another season, we havt decided to make, a big sacrifice and have reduced these lines in many cases below cost. 65c 75c 90c CHILDREN'S 2-BUCKLE OVERSHOES Sizes 5 to Regular JlOO: Specisl Storm rtonts. GIRLS' PLAIN OVERSHOES Sizes 4 lo 1014. Regular 85c. Special............................: Sizes 11 to 2. Kegular 95c. Special BOYS'PLAIN OVERSHOES Sites U (b 13. Resular Special Sues 1 In S. Btgular J1.35. TOPOVERSHOES buckled or buttoned. Sizes to n rn 6. Kegolar Special LADES' CLOTH TOP OVERSHOES Arcadia and Douglas In British or Cuban heels. Sizes 2'.4 to Regalir Special................................... -LADIES' PLAIN OVERSHOES In Britlah, French and Cuban heels, either loir' or storm fronts. Sizes 2V4 to 7. Colon htacfc vblte ind.browr. RegulfT Special l.wJ LADIES' PLAIN OVERSHOES Assorlrt style lieels. Sim 3 to 6. RecnUr or Special............................ O3C House Furnishing Dept. CONGQLEUM RUGS Size regidur for Sue 9x10-6, regalar for Size 9x12, regular SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY, j II is claimed, that what everybody says, must be trnt. Therefore I'-YC arc safe Ir. saying, (hat wo have (lie largest and iKtst stock of Cretonnes and Cliinlzs ever yet .ibown In tbe city, and you will Hurt that our prices are very modcr- Me. We hflVD alfo n lull range ot curtain Eooils, In scrims, marqulsclc s, voiles. etc.. lo choose from, 1'ilccj ranging from 10c per to SI.50. Gents' Furnishing Dept MEN'S ALL WOOL JERSEYS In grey, tan, navy and ithlle. r AA Price MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED ALL WOOL PULL OVER SWEATERS In colors light grey, flarfc grey, maroon. t AA and brown. I'rice vJOV MEN'S RIBBED ALL WOOL WORSTED HOSE hi black anit khaki. Sizes 10 lo 1 AA Fir BOYS' WAISTS In navy, khaki and Ian. Shea ll'.i lo IS'i. 1 Ap 'ot c F fiuuUuioj) ;