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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUFSr>AY. MARCH 7, 191(5 THE LETHBJIIDGE DAILY HERALT) PAGE FIVE THE LADIES' STORE Plione453 Acadia Block New Yairn,ipfir lb. $1.60 : In black, grey and khaki Busy Days in Dress Goods and Silks I'ilcs of m'^v u'oods in flio siiiiirlcsl and most .vl I i-.'ietivo lire season, shown In splendid ViU'lety and in spile of slinr lillle, jj-'any lii.ii'lier in p.riee tlnu) siniiljii' materiiils liav(! sol vions seasojis. Any item niciUioned here is worlli ji( in'csenl fwciUy moi'e (liaii present prices indiente, as advain-es have been since tliese i)nrchases were made. BEAUTIFUL QUALITY CREPE DE CHINE, VERY HARD TO GET AT ANY PRICE $1.75 TIiIh is llio old vuliu.' wi! liiivi; nhviivs liMiliiiod, find at tho old iirlcc. Shown in ln-inidi wldlli, colors, sky flesh, muiivc, (Muiim, Alice nnd black. 36-INCH BLACK TAFFETA, VERY SPECIAL VALUE $1.25 Willi laflcluH si) popiilai' ami ho .s;'a)(m', iIiIk Ik a nioHt unusual value. .N'Ice soil (lualfl.v, evenly woven. BLACK AND COLORED TAFFETAS, FINEST GRADES YARD WIDE $1.75 Lovely �ol'' iiuallly, nolors, navy, Copenlviseii and black. HABUTAI WASH SiLk, A NEW SHIPMENT JUST TO - HAND $1.00 Willie and black, washable nialerial, yaiil wide, splendid, value. JAPANESE SILK CREPE FOR WAISTS AND UNDERWEAR $1.25 Also used for diX's.scs, yard wldi;, beauiitul i|�filit,V, washable, black and white only. More New Suits, Dresses, Coats & Skirts Invoice jnsi, received just ;is I lie id. g'oes to ])ress. riiis new lot of landsnnie N o rib -way .fifarnients will lie ready for you I'irsl, lliinp,' lonior-row niorniiio;. MAKE EARLY SELECTIONS. A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY TO TAKE IT AWAY. fabrics of the eri-p advanc(!s, veiy d for (IIIring ])re- t fifty per cent, most pronounced BEAUTIFUL COVERT SUITING, 54 INCHES WIDE, FAWNS ONLY PHONE 1224 $1.50 Covoly cloth for skirts, suits and coats, Rood medium weight, special value. FINE WOOL GRANITE CLOTH FOR LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR 75c .Nlc(! medium weight, colors brown, black, navy and (Copenhagen. FINEST SERGE FOR TAILORED SUITS. BEST NAVY COLOR, 54 INCHES WIDE $3.75 A boautilMl quality cloth in splendid weight for tailored garments, navy only. BLACK AND NAVY SERGE, IN EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE $1.00 42-lncli cloth, suitable for skirts, dtesses and children's wear. Extra special value at. the money. FINEST GABERDINE SUITING. BEAUTIFUL QUALITY CLOTH $2.50 Th besi suiting and skirting material obtainable, 52 inches, colors, navy, Copenhagen, Russian green, nig-ger-lirown, battleship grey, plum, uavy and black. Pie. William Henderson, of the 82iid battalion, Calgary, Is spending a few days in tho city with his motlier. * >  Miss Iteatrice lilnning lias sufficiently rfK'oveied fron an operation to leave the Gait hospital and return to iier hom(!, Ill', Kith street nortli. The G. 1. A. to the B. of L. K. will ; meet with Mrs. W. A. Uayinoiul, room ' m, Donilninn block, on Wednesday at two o'clock tor Hod Cross sewing. Tlie regular nuieling of Alaplo Leaf Cliapler No. 7, 0.i;.S., will he held in the Masoiiict hall tonight. Visiting members are cordially invited. Tho Young t.adies' Knilting class of | Wesley cluirch will meet tonight at ' ,S o'clock at llie liome of Mrs. CJeorge \ Uixon, 1212 ;'.rd Avenue A. South.    Lieut. f3. C. Lawson, of C'aliftiry, and \ Lieut. A. C. Cornell, U.'Uh Kilties, of \ Lethbridge, are among tho western ollicers v\-lio have roceiitly joined the military colony on the eiglith floor of the Fort Garry, in Winnipeg. *  * The Wesley Epworth league held their regular meeting last evening. A report on the liiianciul end of the concert given on Friday waH given in, and , .?(i.00 was ordered donated to the Red. I Cross. Tho topic of the evening was : I short references in the life of John i I Wesley. Miss Dawson and Miss lien- i j drie sang a duet. There will bo no i meeting next Monday evening. The senior Christian Endeavor Society of St. Andrew's church held a social last evening. Songs, duets and accordeon.selections were given by some of the members. A collection was tal to 2, reg. $2.00, special per pair ................. $1.49 i Girls' Tan Calf Button Boots High out, sizes to UM-, regular $.1.00, special ........................... $1.99 Men's Tan Calf Button Boots Smart styles, all sizes, regular $,">.50, for ' '-^^^ .swollen. Think of it, no more foot ; : ? ? : ? > ? : ? : : : (Helps to Beauty) A safe reliable home-treatment for the quick removal of supertlons hairs from your face or neck Is as follows Mix a stiff pasto with some water and powdered delatone, apply to objoction-abiffhairs and after 2 or?, minutes rub off, wash tiie skin and tho hairs are gone. This simple remedy is unfailing and rip pain or Inconvenience attends its lise, but to avoic disappointment be certain you get genuine delatone. -Advertisement Tlic last of a series of dances given liy the Masons this season was held i last night in the Masonic hall, and was just as enjoyable as the preceding ones, perhaps more so, as everyone sooraod keen upon enjoying this last frivolity before tho lenten season starts. The liall whicli had been decorated by the Terrill Floral Co:, presented a festive appearance, beautiful palms being in evidence in every conceivable place. Under the able diroc- i tion of Mr. Arthur Hayr, who acted as M. C. tho dance continued until an early hour this morning. The guests included: Capt. and Mrs. Leech; Capt. and .Mrs. Devine; Captain and. Mrs. Mclvor, Lieutenant and Mrs. As-quith; Mr. and Mrs. D. A| Simpson; Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hay; Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmore; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Qilmour; Mr. and Mrs. Brymner; Mr. and Mrs. Koheii; Mr. and Mrs. Cool-in; Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mitciiell; Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Green; Mr. and Mrs. .1. Bawden; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnston; Mr. and Mrs. M. S. MoArthur; Mr. and Mrs. Allwood; Mr. and Mrs. Quinn; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Grace; ]\Ir. and Mrs. Guibault; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fisher; Mr. and Mrs. J. Virtue; Mr. and Mrs. Williamson; Jlrs. Wallace, Mrs. Allison, Mrs. Simons, Mrs. Wm. Scott, Misses Ponnefather, Simpson, Helena Simpson, Stilt, Murray, Hazel. Nellie Hazel, i\!Innie Hazel, Stoltze.  Lafterty,'' O'Hagen, Home, Kelly, Reynolds, Lilly, Cope, Greenwood, (Edmonton), Macintosh, Beaton, Hagell, Collins, Gertrude Smith, Wallace,- Effie Wallace, Trenholme, Flett; Ursh, Glaster, Sang, Hilling, Blanche Hilling, Gibson, Major Birn-io, Capt.'HardlBty; Xiiout. Horii.Liout. Kerr, LiBUt. ScadUon, Supt. Penne-father, Sergt. S