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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 3, It^lfi THE LETHBRTrreE DAILT t^ERALD PAGE NINE I' i I 1 t lb ew Goods of all Kinds For Satiirday Shoppers New Coats and Suits Arriving Every Day pillow CASES, ronrty to llBU, an extra heavy quallly, on aalo a pair ................................................... 50c galatea or kindergarten cloths, sold everywhere for 2r)C. a yard. On sale tomoiTow, H yds. for.................... 50c prints, 'too yards on sale Saturday, light and dark shades, at per yard ................................................'. lie overall aprons, made from fine stripe GinKhams each ............................................ 75c saxony flannelette, 3(i inches wide, soft flannel finish, white only, Saturday per yard ............................ 18c NEW CURTAIN NETS, just in, 30c. and ........................... 35� brassieres 75c. Warner's Ilrassieros are noted for tliclr fit and finish. A lace trimmed Brassiere on sale Saturday... 75c new d. & a. corsets, just in, all styles and prices, 7r.c, a pair to ............................................... $4.50 The New Summer Style Books and Patterns Are Here! 50 Pages oi" intercHtins* style news and a I'rec pattern for 25c. Mrs. J. DeWoIfe left today to visit frionds in Calgary. Mrs. Buclianan, of Lethbridge, is visiting her parents, E. H. and i.irs. Freeman, of Burlington.-llaniiiton Herald. � * ft Dr. Rivers, warden of the provincial jail, and Mrs. Rivers and family, left today for Edmonton, where they will Bpend a week visiting friends. ' .Mrs. A. Rogimlial and little daughter Dorothy left this morning for Great Fails Cor a sliort visit with relatives. * * a Miss Marjorie Greenwood, of Edmonton, who has been visiting Mrs. S. ,1. Shepherd, is spending a few days with Mrs. ilodder before returning to her liome. 9 r * The Central W. C. T. U. will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2.SO at the Red Cross rooms tor sewing. It is hoped that there will be a large turnout of members. The ladles of Westminster church he d a suoce.HHful tea yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Tibert. The proceeds are to be given to the Women's .Missionary Society. The Women's Auxiliary of St. au-gustin's ehuroli held a very success!-ful meeting yesterday afternoon. Business In connection with the bale for the Hay River .Mission was transacted. Tlie girls of the .Iiinior Auxiliary served tea. Twelve tables were in play at the j whist drive given by St. Mary's W. I A. in the parish hall last evening. The prizes were awarded to: First, Mr.s. A. Taylor and Mr. R. W. Scott; second, .Mrs. J. Unsworth and .Mr. A; Whoatcroft; consolation, Mrs. A. Arnold and Mr. R. Mallen. *  � A meeting of the local Council of Women will bo held at the heme of the president, Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham, 1242 3rd Avenue South, on Monday evening, March 6th, at 8 o'clock. All members and delegates from the various afllliatcd societies in the city are urged to attend. * * ft Miss Floy Trapy, who will be remembered in Lethbridge as secretarj' to her father. Commissioner .Joseph P. Tracy, in ini3. has been elected superintendent of the public schools of Douglas, Alaska, effective -March 1.: Miss Tracy is a graduate of the I Michigan State Normal and of West-: minster College and since leaving: Lethbridge has been iirofessor of mod- i em languages in the Douglas hfgh school. * �  The Young People's Bible Class of Westminster church held a very successful meeting last nigiht at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Matson. In addi-tion to social and business matters, an election of ofhcers took place with the following results; Hon. president, I Mr.. Wm. Francis; president, Mr. 0.1 Matson; vice-president. Miss Ada I Hall; secretary, Mr. Harold Gray; treasurer, Miss May Davis; convenor, jof look-out committee, Mr. N. Hall; convenor of sick committee, Mrs. E. Hall; teacher, Mrs. Wm. Francis. Before the guests departed the hoRtesfi served a delicious supper. � � ft The wedding of Miss Eva Anna' Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Patrick Coleman of Chatham, N. B.,! and lilcliard Evans .lar\-is, took place j yesterday morning at Our I^ndy of I^iurdos catiiedral, The biide is a gradrate nurse and member of the Spokane County Nurses' association. .Mr. .larvis is an accountant for the Canadian Pacillc railway's tie and timber liranch in British Columbia. Mr. .Tarvis and his bride will bo at the Davenport for a few days. In a few months Mr. and Jlrs. Jarvis will go to the front, Mr. .larvis having enlisted in the ll.Sth Highlanders at Lethbridge. Mrs. Jarvis will go as a nurse.-Spokane Spokesman-Review. MAP 'showing , week-END VERDUN DEVf LOPMENTS. The, French have chocked the Gorman offensive north of Verdun after a gaiji lllUBtrat-cul l)yHio Bha'ded portion of Uio map. The Oornuui' offouHlye li'tts npw upreiitl'tO'tlif! Champagne district, - i . GORDON-MILLS At the hospitable country home of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. .Mills of Sundial,' on March 1 at noon, was solemnized the marriage of their daughter, .Jessie Mae, and Maui-ice Bryant Gordon. The bridal party walked to the strains of llie wedding march played by Miss Iva Mills, to a bower of green and white, where Rev. A. H. Denoon, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Letiibrldge, read the impressive word-j of the ring service. About 30 guests were present. Tlio attendants were Miss Ruth Gordon, sister of the groom and Mr. Frank Mills, brother of the bride. ' The bride wore a b>'utitul dross of white silk crepe and lace, and carried white roses. The bridesmaid wore pink crepe de chine and pink rosea. Following the ceremony and congratulations, Mrs. E. G. Gordon and .Miss Ruth Gordon sang "Oh Promise Mo" and "The Perfect Day." I A bounteous four-course dinner was enjoyed by the guests, after which Mr. and Mrs. Gordon left for a brief trip, and will be at homo to their friends at their ranch on the Little Bow after April J5. A goodly an"ay of gifts testified to the esteem in which tiiese young people are held. - , The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gordon and Miss Ruth Gordon of Belgrade, Mont, and .Mrs. W. W. .McCabe of Buffalo, Mont. HARTE-ROGERS At Kingston on Feb. J7tli, St. James Chapel was the scene of a pretty wedding when His Grace, the Most Rev. Archbishop Spratt united in holy bonds of matrimony Miss Jennie Rogers, I^ortland, Ont., and Mr. T. J. Harte, Retlaw, Alberta. The couple were unattended. After celebration of the nuptial mass, they drove to the . homo of the bride's sister, Mrs. T. H. i Pelow, Jolin St., where a wedding \ breakfast was served. Mr, and Mrs. : Ilarte loft by C.P.R. at noon for their new homo in Alberta. ARMSTRONG-GRIERSON The marriage was iiuiotly solemnl'iS-od on Thursday evening at Calgary, of Miss Jessie L, Grlorson and Lieut.-Col. W. 0. Armstrong, O.C. of the fllitU battalion. The ceremony was performed by Cnpt. HaiTlson, of the fiOth bat-tHllon, and only the Immediate relatives and friends were present to witness the ceramony. Llcut.-Col. Armstrong leaves shortly for overseas with hla battalion, Mrs, Armstrong expects to leave for EiiS' land in July, her duties as grand worthy matron of the Alberta Order of the Eastern Star detaining her .until that date, *   I\'RMr--BROADWTIJLL On li'rlday last, Eehniary 18, at the church of St. John the Bvaugojtat, SPECIALS FROM "THE BAY" Many New Arrivals in the Dry Goods Section Are Featured By These Special Values new taffeta silks, 3G Inches wide, cream, Copenhagen, tan and light brown tfj-j Prt per yard .......................�J)i�Oll navy and black in heavier . aa quality, per yard .............. jP^i.UU new satin duchess mousaline, full 3fi inch, heavy quality, in cream, peanut, brown, cky Copenhagen, navy. myrtle and black, full 3(i inches djl np for, per yard ..................�t>l�^0 silk crepe de chene, 40 inches wide, cream, sky. Copenhagen, navy aa and black, per yard .............�pl.UU striped silk crepe, 42 inches, in black and white; also navii and wliite. lOocid-ediy exclusive stripes, % Inches (tj-l OP wide, per yard ............... �pleA�J white cotton crepe, 30 inches wide, for dressoK, kimonas and underwear, splendid washing material and good quality -1 o 1 per yard ..................... 1"2 2,000 yds. striped and plain galetias and kindf.rgarten cloth, best English mak(!. 2S to 3(1 inches wide, per- OC _ manent dyes, per yard ...........iiiOQ JAP SILK WAISTS Special values in Jap Silk Waists with embroidery and lace trimmings, very dainty, reg. values to $4.75, A-i pa Saturday special ............i�ii7 boy's sweater coats, in khaki or navy blue colors. Buttons close to nock, good values at $2.50, sizes L'2 to 32 officers' khaki shirts, soft collars attached, pure wool pa only...........................�{>J�OU extra values $1.89 soldiers' steel plated fine leather case, reg, SGc. special, each ............. mirror, in ..... 39c New Spring Suiti In the most up-to-date styles in seizes, gaberdines, Bedford Cords, etc, we have a full range to make your selection from, very moderately priced from $16.50 to ...................... $35.00 Wallpapers W have a splendid assortment of the newest wall paper, all moderately priced, from Sets, per roll. A visit to this department will convince you that we haveverp special values. Candy Specials 4 big specials In home boiled special candy, regular 3oc, Saturday only ......................... paulin chambers, per lb............ .....20c brown mixed JQ^ ganong's and neilson's high grade chocolates, Eresh, new goods, hard and nut centres, also creams and fruit centres, regular price 75c, Saturday only, per lb........, 50c Many Real Bargains in Men's and Children's Boots and Shoes 60 PAIRS ONLY OF MEN'S TAN CALF BUTTON BOO IS in a superior quality distinctive and dres.'^y stylos in all iszes. Reg. $5.50 iCjO CA Special sale price per pair......... 1.4Sf 10O Pairs GIRL'S TAN CALF, STRAP SLIP-PERS, a useful and dressy shoe, sizes vfis given away by her fiithor. The wedding was a very quiet "pne. After the spvlce a wedding tea was; given at, the home of tUa bride's piirents, r few near friends being present. The happy couple left the same evening for Calgary to spend a few days In their future home, Holn)-Patrick, West Calgary, MACLEOD WBDPINGS At the Methodist parsonasie, M9 Yarmouth, ISngland, W9i Dolewnlied at the home oJ Mr, J.. Horner, Maq-leod, on Wednesday, February 9. The bride was attended by Mlas BaTl'�ra Horner and Mr. Wilson, aousin of the groom, acted as best map, After the wedding breakfast, to which'a. larffo numbeif of gueste sat down, tjie  b.^^P- py couple loft for Calgary, where they win spbnd their honeymoon. Mr, and Mrs. Duffleld were the recipients"'of a : largo auj^bor of handsome and �>e(Ul wedding t)Wa6ht�,-aqa Will inakfi lh�Jr i Bobby Kerr, the formw sprinter CanaiJa and Olympic wJiiiiw of ^ the 200 meter race,-Ig'tlie.-latwt to',r respond.to the oaU "oif^Kinir Md'cun.tJ,i;' try,. He Is enlisting with th9';SMrta; wen;?' Battollon af aamUtoixi-'^' ;