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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 13, 1917. line uiTi.mnmr.H DAILY ELEVEN Ladies' StQre4l2'3rd rhone A" Q ,1 Avenue Soum 453 of Tfiese with a love of "beniitil'nl Approval is iSpring Garmsnts-4 toiiolieft could fail lo designs. Slylu sire Kicking iirtlie run 61' giiriiicnls lliis sieaKon's-colicu'lion :il anil the remarkably good values which have provided imst seasons have never more strongly in evidence, for In .spile ol' ,sliai'i> mlvaiiccs, 'arc by very early placing orders anil'S'lremiom efforts lo (lie. best, (u offer values Mil.- the majority of gocirt iuritjiose of :t year Many new fjiirwieiits have jnsl tojnc (o liiiiid whicli have not on view Before and taken altogether, this season's display is far superior to anything we have shown during previous seasons for' variety of styles, beauty. of. design ami exfensivcness of assnrl- 7'- y -I A DEPOSIT SECURES YOurf CHOICE READY FOP. IT: WE -MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. The Most. Attractive .-Suits Shotvn Reasons 1 and A Variety of Costs' Worthy ot Your 'Speciaf Attention j >32-50, MO.OOT'iiiHl SIZES HERE FOR GIRLsMS.'l? AND (9: SMALL- WOMEN SIZES 16 TO 20; REGULAR SIZES 34 TO 38 AND LAfiGE WOMEN'S SIZES 40 TO IS. ALMOST AMY STYLE YOU COULD IMAGINE IS HERE FOR .YOUR CHOOSING AND NO DOUDT MANY YOU HAVE NOT THOUGHT POESIBLE.TO BUY OUTSIDE THE LARGERXENTflES. ONLYiONE On TWO OF A KIND. ALL EXCLUSIVE WITH THIS. STORE. A.' In t'.ic '-ulta. lilEB colors nro lo lie nil for wear anl liavc then1. in splendl'l v.iriislv. Gold, apple, sand, old rose, etc., [n velours anil cheviots; also the more serviceable garments of. coverts, doncgal tweeds, etc., for and street wear. i BIG RANGE OF SIZES SMALL, '.REGULAR 'AND EXTRA LARGE; SHOWN MOW IN A BIGGER VAR IETY OF CHOICE THAN YOU WILL SEE 'AGAIN THIS SEASON. MANY NEW LINES ARE JUST TO HAND SO IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THIS STOCK DURING THF. PAST WEEK MANY STUNNING STYLES AWAIT ,YOUH' APPROVAL FROM WHICH YOU CAN NO DOUBT MAkE A CHOICE.- LOVELY NEW DRESSES Silks, Crepes and Serges. to Tho new pleated and many other glyles In splendid variety. HANDSOME ficorgcUca, Crona dc CLcucs, Wash Sizes up lo 41. Gossard Corsets: Tho original arid only pcrfec! fitting front lacing corset. 'PRICES ant) up to SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT THIS STORE. IN LETHBRIDGE. IIOIlSE DRESSES to up to' "P M- I Vi ..j ft- SERGE AND TWEET) SKIRTS Navy serges and light tweeds. Special barcaln lot. J ,iby. Jltss PaLleV3onjFMr. Alexander, of :a MIL Mrs, CJ, S. Iloot nf-Wetaslihvln Ladies' class will Lo jCalKjiry; anil s rlvcil today to be Hie guoat of J. A. Jackson. Mr. anil Mrs. B. D. Iloyt returned last FrWny from casl.Vl.orc Ihov tisllcd relatives In New Brunswick." noon. held- tonlglit In the M. C. A. Mrs. J, 0. Cain.. 627 16lh SlreaLN., will entertain ot tlie First "It's h groat yeiuii.? country whose cause ia'so juaL Hint It appeals to Ihc'-horoic In the hearts ot a great neutral nallon." That's Ihc Imiiressloii liEOUght bach alter The G, I. A. l meet at the hnma t froln UnUud JlcCluiis-aficr a Mfi' II1E CLIP ML BE Wed nes orning JLJ Selling from 9 to 12 WHITE HOOK SPOT CUIlTAIiX MUSLIXS. 36 inches wide, Finest Scotch quality, i j- IlCEiilar morning; yard IOC BLANKETS. SO only. With; blue or ntnh bonlors. tDches. (No., (ilipiie. orders. Wednesday morning, cadi 35x30 LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES. In GJngbams Prlnla, Very fjnc Hcgular 11.35, ?1.00. ?1.75. Special. Wednesday MEN'S IlLACK CASHMERE HOSE, All Blzca. Regular 55e. Wednesday, jiiorni'iig 29c SilOE POLISH colors. 25c muck, tan anil on blood Special -.Three for on page 10 SEEDS t i WE HAVE OUR SEEDS IN NOW, FRESH AND GOOD QUALITY; AS GOOD AS THE BEST. GROCERY NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY 98c CC_ Caramel Pan Cake n r VVV Svrun. Per tin 6dC 75c White. Potatoq Per'TOO Iba.'.l....... California Sliced peaches Reg. 20c, Special, 2 for ODC Canned' Corn. t C tin iDC 25c I5c. 2 far Blue Label Catsup. Extra on Special, per bottle JvC Benson's Corn Starch. 2' pkes. for 25c Stuart's Pure Jam, Cherry, Gooseberry, Peach ant! Plum. Regular BOc: Extra special, per tin K. C. Brand. Blk. Currant Regular. Extra ..spec- ial while it lasts. Per tini Fancy Cranberrlee. 2 ibs. for Ginger Snaps. 2 Ibs. for 25c 35c Pure Honey In Blbl, tlhV Special, per tin Caramel Pan Cake Syrup, Per, tin Buckwheat Flour. 10'lb. Backs- Special per Back Flour, Special per phg, IjC Large 'Grapefruit. Reg. op bottles. Special Gallon Canned Apples. Regular 55c. Extra special Per tin Iccturc'lpur of th, numora govern States from New York to Texas. Mrs win'comm'andepr tlio wool clip The Daughters of llic Kmplrp'Trill ,.v ___... of Reid, 1201 Clll Avonuo iVorth, be In ctldrRo of.tlic Hudron's Day-te.i imnressioiis" for" ilioy'i that1 Ihisiseason arc ihc (Qlk of tlio Ebecp- tomorrovv afloriioon at 2.30 lor lied room on -Thursday of ILis week in: Eieal-percentage ot'Ilie people o[ men' of this clialrict; and a wire re- Cross sewing.- Tho Sons anil Panchlors and Maids of England are holfllnE l fliinco to-.'to nlscnss Imporlint busings ivlifbe; republic lo tbc spilth- bolfere ir vo' by P. V. Ebi8 MeeU intbe Citr (Tbui'cbes night In Ibc S. O. E. hall In aid ol Ilio held tomorrow afternoon at 415 lied Cross. ijlrs. c. P. P. Conybeare'a home. is.more lllfln n lilllc ground I for Ihe reports, tho ivlro slated IIiaL', Praias for Wilson lor nhit tho pjoplo of the for Ihe rcn SL_ Jolms dainty lunch. The entertainment by Jimmy Fax and Co. on Friday evening iras a ioii or.holy communlqn: at also niccly nirnisbcd: the. rooms iccl aUlic for C-S.B. Testa. y at S p.m.; .choir practice- At Wednesday at p.m. up-stalrs and his arrived on Man- day. 'f i j great BUCCCSB. They have appeared No more cases ot tbc mealies liavc' before Ihe Chamrlon audience iirl-wcck at-S p.m. been reported. A few clilldren ftntl as before, they had a pack- hqtr around town "have thev whooping cd house. Al at S p.m., regular cough yet. .On Saturday evening, A. E. OUo- 1 yen of ,hc meeting of the W..M.S. Wednesday at Bible class. Thursda p.m., choir practice. At Westminster and SI. Andrew1! Tuesday at S p.m., special meeting oT board of AYcstrniristcr In tte parson- presided over by Rev. Arthur Bar- Wcdncsilaj- at 2.3Q Ladies' Alii ot'Sti Andrew's- meet in. church par- or- All members -arc asked .to be present. WcdncsJay fit S p-m., special meeting of both exRCutives of tho Sunday schools In the Thursday at 7-30 Quccna of Avalon cot- in parsonage. Kridny at ud 7.30 choir practices. Tho pastor will call. on Wednesday and Thursday on 5th. filh-aud1 7th. avenues norlh. At Wednesday at S prayer meeting In Ihc church. Friday, i llic I.nilics' Aid will meet at the Hen Cross rooms for sewing. Friday ev- ening .the' Christian K.idea.vor uill hold a St. Palricii's social 'in Ihe At St. T ties day at S p.m., teachers meeting In St. 'AugusUn's hall. Wednesday at 4. 15, Junior W.A.; at S ecrvlcc anj address. Thursday at celebration of holy communion. at 7.10 boys meet at Ihe Y.M.C. for C.S.K. Tests. Friday at S p.m. In- tercession service- S.30 choir practice. bouse lo Hoy Tor. a quarter !on' buL ll Is Eeelion of land. Tho new proprietor will Bonn take Mrs. need returned this Tveck from her few months trip vlaiifng (n On- lhat he win tario. Paul MosTcr lias Jils ncvr granery completed. and is helping1 Jerrj- Pick- clt with new barn, i J Among 'the Lclhbridgc 'callers ;from here ihls'wee'rt were: G." A. llo'lden, Wm. Turley, George SliEppard.J Hoy Whlttlng, Dick-Hcmple, G. T.. Elliott, Mr. and rMs. IJauchnian' and daush- (From Oar Own CdtreaponAfifiL) Cliampion, March Martin Clever relumed on Tuesday from a holiday spent in Caliroraln.. Mr. Holiiday took trip'lo Cross Held on -Monday last- Mr. Dond, TorrcscntfTg.lhc Crown Tailoring Company or Toronto, has opened business here. Frank" Anderson unlor.dcd a car- load or McLaiighlliia on last, ho has now on haad a good as- sortment Of tHT9. Mrs. Frank Smith, who ha3 teen (urn from lime to time, as with (he antcrn lo help with Ihc explanation Q moat InlcrcstlDg evening was spent. The coming week Is a full OTS, per-' ips Ihe most interesting feature on programme U Ihe St. Palrick's Dance for Friday evening, Is prnniolcd by the jroung ladles; it hoped thai it be well pat- ronized. Her. R- rioltotvay left this morning Tor.OIda on R business trip. Miss Florence Manhard leave, Ihts JTDiinff for n vlall lo iNanlon. M. Clevpr dfsnoscd of_ Ihe Fonl Apcncy, and rented" lils garage to Johnny Harper. G. Tyson returned last iccck willi his bride, who was formerly Miss Taylor. G. Orr reports sales of Chcverolcla lo Ernie Zang and Ayotlr'AIso tractor and ploughs- to R; slner, and Eel of engine ipToughs lo MibS H. Adama left last week for St. Paul, Minn. Clarence Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Adams GOES TO FRANCE London, Mar. n. Ilarwood, of Edmonton, Las gono Ihc winter ftt Claresholm, to France on. a ;