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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAH0H .a."h, tfrey, faupe, fan. sky, jiinh, etc. EXTRA! SPLENDID SUEDE LISLE GLOVES, $1.25 Same price as lusl year. Splendid quality Dents reliable, make. While, or white � with hi a el: stitching. Sizes i; to S. EXTRA! CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS 0 white hody v. i>h new luv,! , i ( >Hm r or ei.i' roH.*. t'ic-h. m-U/.e and I'd;in blue All w Cossard Corsets \ A complete stock of late models in the medium and low bust offectB with medium and extra long hips. Models* for slight, medium and Htout fipureH in plain and hrocado effects. Colors white and flesh. Prices $2.75, $3.75, $4.50, $5.50, $6-50 and $8.50. New Brassieres an splendid variety of styles and qualities at 65c to $2.50. Watch for our ery Gpemra DEFINITE ANNOUNCEMENT OF DATE WILL BE MADE IN A DAY OR TWO. WE WILL BE-SHOWING A LOVELY STOCK OF AMERICAN TRIMMED HATS IN A VARIETY OF MORE THAN A HUNDRED STYLES AND ONLY ONE OF A KIND. Underwear " "V, Ifflll, Repp, etc. Complete new stbek of Envelopes, Combinations, Gowns. Corset Covers, Drawers, etc.. in both ailk and mull. Colors, white'and flesh. Featuring the neat button-hole edge with dainty designs in embroidery work. Gowns at...............$1.50 to $7.50 Envelopes at............$1.75 to $4.50 Underskirts at...........$1.25 to $3.00 Corset Covers at...........75c to $1.50 aniiii TP aste argest varieties we hiwc over iiad to show now on display in our newly arranged ready-to-wear section. Early buyers get the choicest lines and a deposit secures your choice till you are ready to take it away. Featuring Many Novel Ideas. i Plain and novelty silks anil latest novelty oloths in striking striped and plaid effects, featuring the new Hoover bustle and dm no effect**. I Selling at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.90 In Most Becoming and Practical Styles. Strictly tailored collar and bust effects with ripple skirt to coats and the long points as well. Plain tailored skirts with neat pockets and shirring at .waist line. Colors sand, putty, taupe, navy, brown, black, etc. Prices $35.00, $40.00, $42.50, $45.00 and up to $75.00 The advanee spring showing js now (o |Kiri(i amJ rpj,Un-,lH many new ideas in cellar and s!e^> eli'ncts that nmkf. ilicm radically different from showing:- nfnrovhms si'in-'ons. 1 \ Georgette Waists  * i $6.50 to $15.00 Crepe de Chine Waists.....$5.00 to $9.00 Voile Waists.............$2.00 to $6.50 Silk Waists..............$4.50 to $8.50 WAIT HAT A wide variety of choice already to hand in new"Donegal tweeds and coverts in light and medium colors and series, gaberdines and cheviots in colors of taupe, navy, llclgfim, green, brown, black, etc. i Prides $22.50 to $40.00 Of silk crepe de chine, .satin and serge in a wonderfully attractive variety of styles. Colors. Hand, taupe, Belgian, navy, brown, green and black. Lovely becoming styles In all sizes to 44. At $20.00 to $35.00 F1SK HATS AND OTHER AMERICAN MAKES OF OUTSTANDING'MERIT WILL BE ON DISPLAY IN OUR NEW MILLINERVSECTION IN THE COURSE OF A FEW DAYS. THE SEASON'S LEADING STYLES AT $5.00 TO $10.00. Stocks in these lines are now almost ''oniplete, and the variety of choice is much more comprehensive Than ever shown before; and while you would e.vpect to pay h/gh i;: The regular monthly meeting uf Knox ^.adies' Aid will be held in the school room oC the church tomorrow ! afternoon at 3 o'clock. * f Tobacco, candies, handkerchiefs and gum were purchased at wholesale prices. After making up between seven and eight hundred parcels and paying express and postage there was a balance of $11.00, which was sent to the Prank Sanatariuin. V * � *- > > #> *> & �> RED CROSS NOTES ? 'Z* *� '�* ** ** * ** > > *> v Si * �* > ? + > > * > * '5 > C� * ** o c* & PERSONAL CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Miss Hlagburue is now at the Red Cross rooms from iu a.m. until 5 p.m. every day except Saturday to accom-Mrs. J. M. Craig, treasurer of . the j ruodate all who call or phone between Women's Civic club, has received the following letter: My Dear Mr�. Craig: t hasten to ac- I those hours. The stock room is directly in charge of Mins Blagburne from whom all the supplies must be ob- knowledge receipt of the generous do- i tained. Those wishing to do cutting in nation of the Women's Civic club of Lethbridge to the funds of the Sol- the oveuing should phone Miss Blagburne dui'lng the day regarding their dlers' Welfare League nt the Frank i material needed from the stock room. Sanatorium. Your express order for $11.00 drawn in fnvor of Capt. Ogilvy-Wills, has been forwarded to him for endorsation and return. Oapt. Wills having been transferred to Wetaskl-wiu. All reuesI a tor work should be phoned in before Saturday morning as* Miss Pedley only supervises the distribution of parcels'by cadets. The Red Cross rooms are closed at iioou every Saturday and will not be It is very good of your club support-} open for work Saturday afternoon or ing our League as probably you are aware that Frank is a little out of evening. The women sewing for the different  * > : : * ; Thjp ill any friends of Pto. Chas. Kemsley, C.A.M.C.. for many years with J. D Higinbotham & Co., will be sorry to learn that he is in hospital "Somewhere'in France." Letters received indicate that he will be "around again" shortly. m w m Mr. A. rr;e VVheian is a patient hi Halt i-toe-spHi;!. .. * �  .". >:. Ihill. C. .lauiieson, \\\ s. .' W. il -!'->:ai>m \yci\j in i:r1>jjry on ".Ml-.iy 4 Mr (). 1J. Austin, idly editor of The ws, left on Saturday evening for monton where ho has accepted a Ition on the advertising staff of The i .1 * *. �J� �J  *J� �� ^� # *> *> *> > v *> > > v ? ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER > > ? > ? > * * * # 4 The Sir Alexander Cult Chapter I.O. D.K. acknowledge with thanks the following pairs of socks from Central the thanks of our League to the mem- school: r I hers of your society. Yours, GEO. D. HUNT, Capt, O. C. Frank Section "I" UnitJVW4.C.C. Tl.o following is the financial-report j j of the Women's Civic club Christmas jshou'.-r for the soldiers overseas sub-| milted by Mrs. John Craig. Cash received from outside points and in the Grade VIII.-Mr. Davidson-Anita Crawford 2 pr., Louise Knapnian Winnifred stonely ^, Mary Higinbotham 2, Jhvhel McAdoo 2. Evelyn Chafe 2. Grade VII.-Margaret Niven. 2, Miss Sharman 2, Dulcie idppingwo.il 1, Florence Church t. Fleanor Marrs 1, Mar-, ia'ret McKee I. Muriel Higinbotham 1, Janet. Twaddle 1. Kathleen IjJall 1, Har- Myrtle Roso ,1, Myrtle Protor t. May Hardy 1, Jack Church 1. -Mary McLeod 1, Katharine Hessev 1. Grade V,-Agnes' McLean'1,'Louise Osborne 1. Grade VI.-Lillian Knapman .;, Alex MacQueen 1, Helen Boyden 1, Virginia Seltzer S, Winnie Scott 2, Helen Mac-Caig 1, i^orothea Allison 2, Edith Hall-worth 2. Madeline Jlallworth Roberta MacKay 5, Adlyn Sparks V>, Lottie Blunt 3, Nora Wellington 1, Km ma Green 1, Doris Neveux 1, Helen Wag-horn l, Marion Crawford I, Carol Straker 1. Grade V.--Maggie Twaddle 'I, Dorothy Buehon .1, Helen McKUlop 1, Annie Alexander Marjorie Wheieu 1. Mae Packard 1, Madge Hutton 1, Mabel Botham EliKabetli Fiddes J, Grace Klgie 1, Daisy Fiddis 1, Christine Fer-rier 1. Mattie Perry 1, Krma Nichols li, Gladys Green 1, Leola Watson 1. Grade IV.-Florence Botham .1, Bes-sio Battist. 1^. Marjorie Furman 1. .Mar garet Hardy 1, Alfred McKay 1, Alex McKay 1, Vera Rosaine I, Evelyn Williams i. Grade Hi.-Uttrriet Chaplin 4f Trevor pavles !i, Cissy Anderson l, Margaret Jarvis 1. The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter l.O. D.HI, acknowledge with thanks the following knitting of socks for February, 1918: Socks, prs.. L' Miss Goodyear. 'S Mrs. Scott, 1 Miss Macleod, It Mrs. Anderson. I Miss Ada Miller, a Mrs. Scott, sr., K Mrs. Maynard, Li Mrs. Horn. :J Mrs. Simpson, 1 Mrs. J1. R. Johnston, tf Mrs. H. Taylor, J Mrs. Sloan, 1 Mrs. R. Scott, jr., 4 Mrs. James, 'I Mrs. Mitchell, (Hat-dleville;, 8 G. F. Club, :i Miss Aguew, tt Mrs. PenneCatlier, 1 Mrs. Whiddlngton, 1 Miss O'Hagan, Mrs. Harrowmau. '.) Mrs. Wilson, 1 Mrs. I^utz, I Miss Nes-hitt, 5 Mrs. Washbrook, *,i Mrs. Rivers, 2 Mrs. Naysmith, .'t no names, H Mrs. Mundy (Warner), 1 1-orna Simpson, t Miss MacKay, 1 Miss Ghiyser, � Mrs. Morris, (> Mrs. McNabh, ll Mrs De-vine, 12 Misses Cameron. �Schools-lii High school, Fleetwood. .11.': Westminster, 70 Galbraith, 134 Central. Alterations, Mrs. Henderson. Total .pairs. i i i arrival of'the first issue of the Corset and Underwear Review-an American production. We locked pur doors so that we might study it without fear of interruption and free from possible incursion by junior members of the staff, who might, not he governed by the same stern sense of duty that we have made the guiding principle of our lives. It is mi interesting production. We had no idea that there were so many different kinds of oovseis intended to do so many things to the fern-ale form. Of course we had read of these things with a certain vauge understanding', but never hefore have we seen these great truths so convincingly manifested by the aid of the illustrative �arL For here are innumerable pictures of ladies iu corsets. And they are doing such interesting things. Here is a lady engaged in telephoning, and we are sure that ive -shall never again hear a lady's voice over The telephone without thinking of the Mme. Riuner spring model. Pretty creature. Pretty model. Such a pose, too. And there is 'another corseted charmer engaged in feeding the gold fish. Would that we were a gold fish. * * * note were at one. * time or another guests-of the elder House in Texas, whoso home became a rendezvous for hunting trips. The younger House once met the Kaiser, aud it is said that through h"is agency the latter made l�argo investments in Texaa real estate. NEGOTIATIONS UNDER WAY Toronto, March 5.-Regarding yesterday's report that the Harris Abba-toir Company l^ad bought out the firm of Gordon, Ironsides and Fares of Winnipeg, George Harris, managing director of the Harris Abbatoir Company, admitted last night that negotiations were under way to do so. but they would not likely be completed until next. week. T I *8;;.^0; Iron Springs, $13.00; New Dayton, $1.00; Mr. Fleming, Starland, $ 10.1)0. W\ A. Buchanan, $15.00; Kirk-hy's t\A room $1D.00; box at Empress, $4.63; in smaller amounts, $40.15. Total $273.48. cltv. By cash from Warner. $57.60; old MoNabh 1. Annie Gibson 1, Ombra Ladies Aid, Coaldale. $lu.0f�; Monarch, i Hick 1. Grade Vi.--J^iilian Hixby 2, Stella Driver :i, Vinnie Burrett 3, Edith Ball 4, Maude Hutton 2, Tilly Goodman 2, Adair Simpson 4, Edith Bawden 1, Kathleen Colpnmi 1, Helen Colpman 12, Marjory Rosaine I, Aerial'Cttrsou 2, # ? o > > * * > GENERAL ITEMS. 4 v e The editor of Current Opinion says; There ia no reason why the corset industry should not have n newspaper all to itRelf and we arefelail to note the Whenever Bernard Shaw is iiot giving us a book himself, somebody is sure to hurry up and fill the gap by publishing