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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 V WEDNESDAY, M AfUil (J. lOtS � 1HK LEl HBKIDtiB r, IMFLY 1 lEUALD PAGE NINE MANY SPECIALLY PURCHASED UNES AND MANY OTHER LINES BOUGHT LAST SEASON OR THE SEASON BEFORE TO AVOID THE HIGH PRICES WHICH WERE SURE TO COME FOR THIS SEA-^ON'SStOCK-CARRiEti OVEk TILLTHE PRESENT SEASON AND NOW SELLING AT FULLY ONE THIRD LESS THAN ACTUAL VALUES; AND IN ADDITION AN ALMOST COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF SPRING MERCHANDISE, PURCHASED UNDER THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING FACILITIES FROM THE BIGGEST AND BEST MANUFACTURERS IN THIS COUNTRY, FEATURING VARIETIES AND VALUES THAT WOULD DP CREDIT TO STORES IN CITIES MUCH LARGER THAN LETHBRIDGE. SEE THESE NEW DISPLAYS AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE AND SATISFY YOURSELF OF THE GENUINENESS OF THE BARGAINS. EXTRA! NATURAL RAJAH SILK $1.00 yard Excellent nv style walct, while body with new tii\riUi i^olliir of old rose. fli'Kh, maize am! I'eUin blue All sizes 34 to 4 1, TfiisNewGossard Corsets Are All to Hand " A" comploto Block of late mpdels In the niodlum and low bust Effects with medium and extra long hips. Models for' flllght, medium and stoiit fleurea in plain and brobado' eftoots'i Colors whlto and flesh. . Prices $2.75, $3.75, $4.50, $5.50, $6.50 and$8.5Cf. New Brassieres in splendid variety. of styles and qualities at 65c to $2.50. \ Watclii for our Millinery Opemng , DEFINITE ANNOUNeEMEN'T OF DATE WILL BE MADE' IN A DAY OR TWO. WE WILL BE (SHOW, ING A LOVELY STOCK OF AMERICAN TRIMMED HATS IN A VARIETY-OF MORE THAN A HUND- , RED STYLES ANJb ONLY ONE O^ A KIND. " , Complete nuw stdiik of Bnveloiios, Combinations, Gowns, � -Corset Covers, I3rawcr^,^otc,,_ln^botU_8llk^and "> "whitfiland flesh. Featuring the' neat bnttpn-hole edge with dainty designs in embroidery work. ,� ,. �� . Gowns at .... Envelopes at ...... Underskirts at . . Corset Covers at . , $1,50 to $1.50 $1.75 to $4.50 $1;25 to $3.00 .75c to $1.50 Are a Revelatioii of Beauty and Good Taste The largest varieties we have ever 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. . , New Suits In Moit Becoming and Practical I Styles. . Sirlotly tailored collar and l)\ist'effects with ripple skirt to coats and the long points as well. I'lain tniiurttd skirts with neat, pockets and shlrrliiK.Bt'Wnlst line. Coloi'.s sand, putty, tanpo, navy, brbwh, blaoU. etc. . Prices $^5.00, $40.00, $42.50, - 145.00 and up to $75.00 Featuring Many Novel Ideas. Plain and novelty silks anil latest nuveity oloths in striking striped and plaiil ctfects, teatiiring the n^v.- Hoover bustle .and drape effools. Selling at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $17.56, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00 A wide variety of choice already to hand in now'^Donegal tweeds and coverts in light ami medium colors'nnd sorgos, guber(iin $35,00 Th6 advance spring showing Is now to hand and features many new ideas itl cellar and sleeve effects that make them radically different from .showings ofprovions seasons. Georgette Waists ...____$6.50 to $15.00 Crepe de Chine Waists......$5.00 to $9.00 Voile Waists............. $2.00 to $6.50 SilkWailti;.......... $4.50 to $8.50 WAIT FOR OUR FI8K HATS.AND OTHER AMERICAN MAKES OF OUTSTANDING-MERIT WILL BE ON DISPLAY IN, OUR NEW MILLINERV^SECTION IN THE COURSE OF A FEW DAYS. THE SEASON/s LEADING STYLES AT $5.00 TO $10.00. LADIES' STORE x FtnQBie 453 :: 612 3rd Ave.j S; Plam mi Moyelty Effects Slocks in tlyise lines are now almost complete, and the variety of choice is much more comprehensive than.evcT shown before; and while you Avould expect to pay higher prices you'will find them in the majority of/cases tbe same as for m'aiiy seasons past. , Rich Poplin SUks, all colors. .. ... $1.75 Duchesse Silks, all colors. . ...... $1.75 Wash Crepe in flesh, maize, white and black, for i;.L.-c:i-...I......$L35 Novelty Silk, stripes and plaids at ... $3.50 THE HOME LETTERS Write a sunny, funny lotlpr  To the boy somewhere in France, Happier it. ia tUo better, Make It clveer him at first glance. Tell hlm.of the'.latest winning Of the team from HaniovlUo High, All the little homo Jokes spinning Leave out every doleful sigh. . Wo must keep the home fires burning, Urighi within each khaki breast, If wa drown our fearp and yearnings His courage will do the re�t. Ills to fight the nation s battle ..... Ours to work and wait and pray Then when guns have coaspd to rattle Freedom shall have come to stay. , PERSONAL *  ,���:�> 9 � 4 � �,� � The Aaiiy friends of IHe, Chas. Koinsley, C.A.M.C, tor' many years wah J, D HlKliibotlraiii & Co., will bQ Httrry ioJayi'Bb,o(Jj>'e'-u�'n)5 tohuuTow fvoin, tbo'east., ' ' �� � ]\Irs,.,7.; A, Young iB' leaving.lli(fl at-.terrioon foi'.Oateary;to.upond.touidaya, i, wltlrher'aaughtur, JUssi l^ea Vouuis, !� CionrKQ ^Vliolau is ,a:i)�tieut invUalt ho�[iK'aI. ' ' , . � , 'W, H, ,nnU, C. K, .lainleson, W. 8.: ^ray and' W. H I'oapat wore tn-Cnlgary-::*iIojtd�y ( ,' V . 'ii *, ,1. . Mr 0.' U.- Austin, city editor ot ,The loft' bn Satu'rday ovonlugtor jjontoii .where ho has accepted a iJjtlot) cin'ljheifiravtfrtlBlnK staff of the Bulletin. Before leavlngi Mr. Austin was presented by the members of the staff.with a serviceable club bag, accompanied by a written expression of their estoera and goodAViH. Mrs. Aus-ciiT and Muster. George win remain In the city tor � lew months.-Medicine Hat News. '   - �   Mr. CO. Groft of ,the Herald, is expected in town today from Edmonton, where he has been on a short holiday. , �*"� � * * Percy Morrlii lo^vb* tomorrow for ColllnKWOod.i Ontario.  \  �  *  *  .  > CLUBS AND SOCIETIES �  i � � >, * � -S"  � � o � Tho Ohriatlan ETj^deayor ot the Christian church mot at the home'of f Mrs. C. 6. Farrow . tor/a reg^lf^i' biiBlttess and social evening. iThO; Christian Endeavor tas decided to purchase a car-pot for the roatruni utid will �tve a social at the church Friday evening, .March 15th, to help raiaefunds (or the same. All eujoyed tho pleasant oveii-ing, especially wh�n ^a^li was, busy trying to f|nd their Talationship, Mrs. Farrow winninK a; li.ox, ot bontorinade oandy. For partluiilars.enquire of tho rpolp^en.t. ' , > , � 1^ Wio'l^dlth GavellbranoU of, the Wo-,m^H'p/Infltltu,te at F^ati�w gave a very BiuMjesRtulsoQlal.iat''the .'home of Mr;. rand'jMis. W. A. Pc(ll8clc/on;tho bvenlng of ,M%rch 1st. 'About one' hundrod w6ro pi-eseni. Carijs, games,,music oC all l'^i|">�' wore(^ the 'ordor.;^ot the evening) All preaont repdrted 'mpst en' iOi^uWe. eywlnft.: 'Ata*'!/"'v Position tQ tfeek amusoraont as an, prdlhary^ soldier may do (ind therefore the lunjls .ot th'e club donated by tiuuh, orgi^nlza-tloni) as yours, do really fine work.," Willyou bo good enough to convey the timnks ot our League to the members of your society. ; v.. ,  ' Yours, C . ; GEO. D, JiUNT, Oapt-.r O. ('..Frank Section "I". UnltM,*i.C;Oi' Tlie foUowlng is tho tlnanclal'r^pqvd ot-ibe Women's Civic dub Chr^l^ia?,' show "Jr for the soldiers oversoijis sub-mltifd by Mrs. JoWi Craig, Cash rft celyW from outglde polnfs and- In'^thii city, i By cash frpm Warner, ,.$g7,f�0i Ladl^v Ald.Cottldale, ?1&,00; Mohardv, �8I1.3(1.; Iron Springs, na.pO; sl^^Myi tbijj |,>.0Q 1 'Mr, Flonniiigl.;. atamsd, no.OO W. A. BucHanan,"'1X6.00;.JOx|t� by's t(a room 119.00; box nt BfuprM^Vi Tobacco, candies, handkerchiefs and glim wore purchased at wholesale prices. After making up between seven aiid eight hundrod parcels and paying express and postage there was a balance of $11.00, which was sent to the IVank Sanatariuni.    ' . . ' * . ,  * red cross NOTES ? �� �- >>> * : : : : : : * -S" :Mls8 Shanhan 2, Dulcle i.ippiugwoU 1, yior-enpo Church 1, Kleanor Marrs T, Mar-. ift'rbt'McKee X, Muriel HlglnWoitham It Jawet Twaddle ), Kathluon'Bal! ], Har-dld'MoNftUb 1, Annie Olhsoij IpO^hra Welti. t . � "fOritdo VI.-Lillian Blxby ,'2, Stqlla Driver a, Vlunie Burrott 3, Edlt|i.B�U i/'Mattdo Mutton 2, Tilly: OoodroM;2ii AU'O^lri Simpson, 4, lUdlth Bawden' 1,' Myrtle Rosq, 1 j.,Myrtle' Prbtor 1", aftty Hardy f, JacfctGnuroh is 'Mary Mctfeod 1, lCath^rlnV!$*sptiy::f;v;- ; ^ Gradb ^y.^iirie((^-MtiliBati %'L'oi(lse O3borne,y.:.-' 'ri^'.'" V . Grade VJ.-LIllIwi Knafemau y, Alex MacQueehlt, Helen Boyden 1, Virginia Seltzer n; Winnie Scott 2, H^len Mac-Caig 1, Dorothea Allison 2, Edith Hall-worth 2. Madeline Hall worth 3, Roberta. MadKay 5, Adlyn Sparks a, Lottie Blunt Nora Wellington 1, .Emma Groen 1, Doris Nevcux 1, Ileilen Wag-horn 1, Marlon Crawford 1, Carol Strnker.l,- � Grade V.--Maggie Tyfaddle 3, Dor-otliy Biielion t, Hplen McKIIlop 1, Annie .Mesa'iider 3, Marjorie Wheleu ,i. Mae Packard i, Madge Hutton 1, Mabel Botham 2, Elizabeth Fiddes 1', Grace Elgio J, Daisy Flddis 1. Christine terrier 1, Mattio Perry 1, Erma.Nichols 2, Gladys Greonvl, Leqla Watson 1.- Grade IV.-:Floreuce Botham J>Bes-ste Battist 2, Marjorie Furraau 1, iMar garet Hardy 1, Alfred McICay 1, Alex McKay 1, Vera Rosalne 1; ICvelyn Williams 1. . - Grade 111.-Hftrr;et Chaplin 4, Trevor Oavieg 2, Cissy Anderson 1, Margaret Jarvls 1.    The Sir Alexander Gait CliapteV I.O. D.E. acknowledge with thanks the following knitting of socks for February,-] 1918: Socks, prs., 2 .Vllsa.tioodyoar, 2 Mrs. Scotti 1 Miss Mad�od� It Mrs. Anderson, 1 Miss Ada Miller, !> Mrs. Scott, sr., � Mrs. Maynard. I'rf Mrs. Horn, U.Mrs. SlmpBoi;, 1 Mrs. II. 11. Jolinstoni H Mrs. H. Taylor, 2 Mrs. Sloan, 1 .Mrs. U. Soott, Jr., 4 Mrs. JBmes,t2 Mrs, Mitchell, (Hardlevllle), & O. F. Club, .1 >Ilg3 Aguew.Mi Mrs. rennetather, J Mrs. Whlddlngton, 1 Mifts O'Hagan, ;l Mrs. Barrowman, .1 Mrs. Wilson, 1 Mrs. Lutai, 1 Miss N�8-bitt, 5 Mrs. Wash brook, if Mrs. Rivers, 2 Mrs. Nay^mlth, U no names, (i Mrs. Mundy (Warner), 1 Lorn'a Simpsoni 1 Miss MacKay, 1 Miss Gluyser, � Mrs. Morrlfi, 0 Mrs. ^cNabb, 2 Mrs De-vlne, 12 Misses Cameron. ^ Schools-15, High school. llU Fleetwood, 113 Wastmlnator, 70 Galbmlth, 134,Central. Alterations,;-Mrs. Henderson.' 'i'otwl OSV^palrs.; '��  V ' GENERAL ITKMS. The editor of Current* Opinion sayii; There 1�, no reason why the oorfij;RrJory .Rosalne I, AorlilfA)8r�6B 2.1 ftll to itfijilf ,^nd we are*^a to' note the larrlvalb^he first Issue of the Corset ^ijd Underwear RevloVrT^aii .American production., We lc.-ck�fd .ou'',3loovs, so that we niightstudy-itHvItho(ll'fear'';o't internu'tion fln^ ';fre'e' from' :posslble incursion by junior members. Of the staff,,.who might li.qt be .governed by' the 8|itme 8tern'.;�ensB of'.diity that we have W^dethe'guldlng principle of our lives.; :lt isjwnvlnteifjestlng'produ'ctlon. >Ve rtad'';rio tdea. .'fliat': tl^Sr? Wbre so nianyidlffereutUlnda b�>60r6et8 intepd-ed to'do so many things to the female form. Of course wo had read of these things ^with a certain vauge understanding,-but never before have we seen thes^ great truths 8o,oonvlnclng-ly nitinlfested by tho aid of the llliio-tratlve art. For here, are Innumerable pictures of ladles In corsets: And they are doing such Interesting things. Here is a lady engaged In, telephoning, and we ai^ sure that wo'^hall never again hear o lady's voic^ over the tfelephone, without, thinking of tho Mme. Blnner spring ^odel. Pretty creature; Pretty model. Such a pose, too. And tliera Is another corseted charmer engaged In tMdIng t)i�'gold fish. Would that we werf s gold fish. \ ' � �'  ' � ..... ' Whenever Bernard'Shaw isAiot giving �ifl a book himHoir, somebody ia sure to: hurry up and till the gap by publishing w book about him, and here's anoUier, Bernard Shawl:. Tho Man find His Work, Just hot from Allen and UnwIn. A good biography, with an analysis of the plays and novels, but I don't like the masterful way la which the author, 'Herbert Sklmpole, remarks: ;'.'There Is very good reason why we should ex'amlne the soul ot Shaw at this particular point of his career." It Ivis been done so otteii that if they haven't found' out what's wrong with Shaw's soul hy'thla tlmtp, they might as well get'on.w^th some,-thing else. '.it �   '  . � if-;* The :atmoBphere u^f iriyster;^ .^hlcli has more-or less oushf^pudi^d'Oplon^'l HousjB, President Wllsofi's great 'friend, IH yielding somewhat und^r'.tJVo tierce light wtalcli- boats upon'fconsplcuous statiop. Thomas William Hodse.liibhor of Colonel House, wu^ an Ejigllshmviu who settled in Texas In early'times and established himself somewhat in baronliil tashlo^ near Houston. Ho entertained many visiting .E/nBlishmen of distinction, and hti and hia son'E. M: -the' Colonel-in the flatter's; youth frequently visited Bnglfliv(it,.M"hqre. theyi wore guestit flny'olcher,'Kn�U�j}im;en'Of nolelwore^at oni;.'-'"tIm6 . or; another gnests.'of the .elder .Houso-in' Texas, whoso home, became a rendezvous for hunliiig trips';.' The ,younger House once met the'Kaiser, and.lt.is said that through his' agenc'y the latter, made liargQ'VlnveBtmonts In Texaa real � estate.'"'-'� NEGOTIATIONS UNDER WAY. ' Toronto, March 5.-R4garding yes-terday's report that the Harris Abba-tolr Company h^d bought out the firm . of Gordon, Ironsides and Fares ot Winnipeg, Goorge Karris, managing director of tho Harris Abbatolr. Company, admitted last night that negotiations were under way. to do so,' but they would not llkflly be completed until next week. ^^'^.Vn sisimip. ssi^^iiL' I WAS wedged in, , LIKE A sardine on my WAY HOMC, Inst night BtJT THE woman just ahead OP ME was >yell groomed, AND THE very i^ight o� her HAIR RESTED my thred nervoi. ^ SHE HAD u little girl BESIDE HER and when Uic L, Q. ' CALLED HER "Grandma" i ALMOST fainted. 1 BEIiEVE, YET thatitwaa A PET. name becai^BO 9ho LOOKED SO yoiuig. if SliC does not use NEWBRO'S HERPIClOe I AM a iMor giiesser. * .. (.: : Yours for beautiful hair, , SPECIAL AGENTS,' Si J, D. Hl||lnbothnm Cfti.! t;�il^f ""united iSEB^|CB'1||:i ;