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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAHCH 8, 1U18 �UW UVJ MMMIDOK JMILY HKHALD PACK ELEVEN YLANDS & CO. THE BUSY STORE New Spring Suits tflWe are receiving daily direct from Montreal, Toronto, New York, large shipments of handsome Spring Suits in the very newest colors and styles. IjfThe new "Hooverized" skirts in conjunction with the pointed panel effects and wide flares on the smart little coats leave nothing to be desired in style or .effectiveness. We are offering these suits at prices only made possible by extremely careful buying. It will pay you to see our stock before deciding upon your new spring suit. Prices $15.00 to $60.00 Dresses tjfWe have a large assortment of new dresses in silks and serges of all colors, suitable for street or afternoon wear. You will very much admire the handsome bead and embroidery trimmings on these dresses together with the softly draped and daintily pleated skirts. prices $18.00 to $40.00 Coats We have received the first shipment of our new spring coats. These are carried out in the latest shades of blue, green and sand in extremely smart styles, with over collars of silk in contrasting shades. Prices $18.00 to $45.00 Skirts flA handsome assortment of striped taffeta skirts in beautiful qualities and newest styles, white grounds with stripes of blue, green, gold or rose.- Price $15.00 to $25.00 Also plain colors in taffetas and mescalines, daintily embroidered and shirred) Price $13.50 up lasting food; Hainhows; and the b: n- bitter *nioke of wood; And radiant raindrop.- rooming in cool flowers: Anil flowers themu'lvr^ thai, .-.way through sunny ljo>ir-. Dreaming of moth* 1'� ;i: drink ilieui under the moon. Then the cool kindliri'--- of r.heeis that soon Smooth away Ii-oiiIm- .-.ml ihe rotigh | male kiss Of blankets; grain) �.'od; live hair [ that is i Shining and free; 1>I11 � � inaf.-Mtig cloud.-: | the keen 1 I'npassioned beauty > > ' - > O I food .supplier*, eti-.. ami their boots arc ft * I not inado for llghtittfi; and Have. hut. few j CLUBS AND SOCIETIES ! j Kim.'., they go through a great man;, v ! , dangers. ' j : : : : : ; ; : :- : : : : : : 4 i I am delighted your e Vebor I. Kutiileea Ka-j"i' girts, and need tsr more ilian �,. ! ';;,� r il of Women will he hole 'J, Thelraa Ulvington 1. Lucille Kelly I 'ion certainly work haul in l.eili-i, .Miss C'hlHholm I!, Mrs. Brewer 4.1 bridge and ought lo be congratulated Mrs. Malnny I. Millie Wakelin I. ; __ Slater Companions of Jesus !l. flelou i ~"" ' Popuon 1. The Major.lack Hoss Chan-' -----~---- ter will lie glad to hav,; any finished in tin- V.M.C.A. mi Monday i.Marel I 111] i. ai :;. I,". ocks sent in as soon as possible as , thoy arn anxious lo send another ship-j nletit to the Sudors. I * * * i .Mrs. l.'onybeftre, regent of the Jack j Hoss Chapler. has received the 'fol-' lowing letter from Halifax; I \ Halifax, X.S., Feb. 1, litis. ; Dear Mrs. Conybeare.- j On behalf of our Sailors' Comfort' committee I wish to thank the Major Jack Ross Chapter of the l.O.U.K.. for I their splendid donation of five dozrcti j pairB of socks for the Hriiisli Navy. ; 1 am convenor of all the sailors. | and supply the war vessels and try to! look after ull sailors, so your kind gift: came lo Hie right place; in Kng-land there is a Navy League that looks after all touching there, and t da ship cases regularly from our part, of Canada, and they always get me to keep j so many cases for the ships that come j here. 1 Only lately a commander off a large I war venae) name on to see me at pier 2 and he said none of his sailors had even received a Christmas card or gifts of any kind for three whole years. I at. once got my committee together and we gave him some hundreds of gifts; there were over sis hundred sailors on board, f am having calls all the time, sometimes four times a week to equip ships. Our work is for mercantile as well as the navy, but I am afraid so far the navy has had a large share. Wneu they are away patrolling the seas for our saltes and suffering cold and dte- AN OPEN INVITATION TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE Will you have a cup of Tea with us ? Really you should take this opportunity of testing BRAID'S BEST TEA (Pure Ceylon) WE SHOULD FEEL HONORED AT YOUR ACCEPTANCE AND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE HAVE ARRANGED THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM FOR OUR DEMONSTRATOR- Monday, March 4 . H. A. McKillop Company. Tuesday, March 5 Wednesday, March 6 Thursday, March 7 . Friday, March 8 . Saturday, March 9 From Monday, 11th to Saturday, 16th . . George Kerr & Company Hudson's Bay Company. BRAID'S BEST TEA IS PURE CEVLON. USE IT, "MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT." A. > * :  -> > * > >>�*� * A man found a quarter of a pound of butter in a turnip field the other day. Asked what he proposed to do, thesflnder stated hia intention of taking a cottage In the neighborhood and settling down.-Punch.  �  ' A Hostile Ho�t,-"i^ord SaH�bury . . .hated indiscriminate socialities, {tartly because his eyesight was had and ho hod a difficulty In remembering face*. 'Why should I pend my evening being trampled on by the Conservative Party?' he was heard to complain audibly one night while standing at the head of the" stairs receiving his gueBte."-7-From Wives of the Prime Ministers, 1844-1906, by Elisabeth Lee. (N'lsbet.1  * * An officer of the guards-at L-iver- Kol street th� other day waa wearing 1 long grey overcoat, whioh looks so much like the German service coat At the same time a large number of German "prisoners were arriving. An old lady had made Inquiries and w^ told that the Oertnan prisoners were expocted, and seeing the Guards' officer, she sashed up to him, hty. him on the head with her umbrella, and shouted In his face. "Baby killer!'' Happily the Guardsman could take a joke, even though a forced owe; possibly, however, he'll take to wearing a British warm in future. London Opinion. 1 * *  The report, of the Travellers Aid for February, as submitted by Miss .Mary Cameron, superintendent, is an follows: Trains, met 1SJ1, people assisted. 7a, of whom 10 were young girls; positions found for-4 girls: Woman'tit Keritlc wrote to. Travellers'. Aid 'ajul asked her to meet her little uaughter,; take her to room for' night then put. her 011 train going through to Coutts. next day. Woman fro,m South naked; Travellers' Aid to meet young girl coming In on morning train and assist her to find her friend's bom* iu city.; Man cam* In from Taber with his young daughter who was sick. She could not be taken in to hospital as there was no room, and could not get a room In any of the hotels. Travellers' Aid took them to her home uctil afternoon train time then they went back to Taber. * * � H. O. Wells has been rehearsing recently In an amateur production ct A Midsummer Night's Dream, in which Mrs. Wells and their tiro youthful sons will also appear. This will be given, for the benefit of � war charity, "somewhere in Brltling-land"-otherwise Durnnow, Essex. Another literary family, by the way, which delights In acting Shakespeare is that ot John Masetfleld, whoae clever daughter makes a wonderfully impressive Lady Macbeth. The Calgary Herald says that: Mrs. Orvil Miller, who lives six miles in the country, walked;-to Dixon the other day, having no other way to get to town. She went lo the Bed Cross shop, where she obtained yam for knitting, for the soldiers, and then procured a 100 per cent flag; then ahe walked back home. There are eight children in this mother's family. *   "An A.B.C. sergeant, mentions uasu-ally to a regimental qhavtemiMter that he has heard It said at the Supply Depot, that heavy firing has been going 011 In the Channel. The quartermaster, on returning to the tranaporl. lines, observes to his qtiJn^fiijaBtflrjtjrgeant that, t he .Qerman .fje.aj coma' out ai Jast. The qua'rtermaBte'*4ti�riMnt, wheij he hraeets the-V-atlon-parties behind the 'ltyt�. that, nifptt,>ta$iii*ej'-~tO' a, Pla-. '.tapv:i6erg>arit: : s> ** '* > -fr �� A. Southard, of Calgary, is in town. ^ * *- � Dr. Conybeaiv returned this morning from Calgary: where he lias been the past two days. * -   Uev. Canon M urrell-\Vright lias returned from Calgary. * * Mrs. Hillis. mother-in-law of Dr. Mc-Nally, is very ill in the hospital iu Moose Jaw. ^he Is to be taken to Rochester, Minnesota, as soon as she can be moved 10 consult the Mayo Brothers. 1 * * * Miss Leone Thomas leaves for Calgary today to spend the week-end with Mrs. Maw: .Milton. Ont.. has knitted 1000 pairs of socks tor soldlerR* * * � *�>>>��* O f �> *�  � : * * > �*:��:>**�>�* �e� � *  WIDKN-BORSETH Yesterday afternoon at S o'clock at the home of M. P. Johnston,� 8th Ave. ftoulli. David 1-Jmanuel Widen, of Du-hamel. Alberta, was united iu' marriage with Hilda Uorseth- of Now Norway, Alberta ftev. Charles Baker of the Baptist church tied the knot. * * * � �'.,...  � � � * vMajor jack ross chapter * f - ��' * ��  � : :t.;wjbU' to thuhkHiiose who have so kindly knitted socks for the Chapter �ince the last collection. They are as You'll Do Better at Tee file's Five Examples from our department of Children's Outfittings We congratulate ourselves and our customers on having in stock for immediate delivery the largest and most comprehensive and the best values in baby carriages and go-carts we ever presented, and illustrating herewith Three Models, picked at random from our stock. This Carriage, as illustrated, less hood, only $25.00 The well proportioned carriage .herewith illustrated is constructed of the very best materials throughout. Note the large easy riding springs, body 2S inches long, width of body at top VI inches, upholstered In leather cloth with crav-enette hood. The wheels: 14 inch, half inch rubber tires. The body finished in rich dark green. The price, only.....................$25.00 This clever Runabout only $36.00 Wood Body Runabout Attractively designed and substantially made in rich green enamel finish; four VI inch wheels with cushion, \k Inch rubber tires, nickeled hub caps. Springs are of the most durable and flexible quality on the market. Body upholstered in Fab-rikoid padded sides, seat and back in green to match. - Auto top, fitted with curtain sides and hack. At only ...... $27.00 This $11.30 Sulky for $8.95 Same as illustrated, only with large thj'ee bow-leatherette hood. Adjustable a n d folding flat when not in use. The 10-iu. wheels are fitted with Vs-. iuch rubber tires aud nickeled hub caps. Body of high grade genuine imported reed in natural finish. High back, roomy seat, and excellent springs. Specially Priced for This Week at $�95 4 Only, Reed Body Sulkies M ai 11.35 tie 1 tlonal clean cut design. Durably constructed of the best imported reed. Note the, heavy roll edges ou both body aud hood, both lined with Princess Cord. Seat and back has' ma.Ure'�� cushions. Full, tubular hteel pushers running., through to front, axle. '. .,; , Wheels,. 14 inch;, steel hall hearings with inch rubber tires. Finish is- French Grev. Price only ... $36.00 Like cut. only with extra heavy roll around back edge. Regular cash price M3.60 for ..................... new ARRIVALS CONGOLEUM RUOS, L C TEEPLE Freight Prepaid WILTON RUG8, BRASS BEDS JL/* Vs* M. JLJJLJM. M-JJLJ Quality Furniture and Groceries Phone 515 1 No Jolts for Baby in this Go-Cart ! This Genteel Go-Cart has patent "Sid-way" spring which may be regulated according to the weight and age of child. Body of steel with .'{-ply wood veneer aides and dash in serpentine shape, finished in the durable brown enamel. The wheels mumped from one piece of steel and fitted with heavy rubber Urea with enameled mud guards. Folds in small space. Handy for outdoors. Full weather protection in waterproof Dupont Fahrikoid hood. A handsome, strong, durable, sanitary carriage. Don't fail to sec it at our store. only $20.50 ;