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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAKCH M, WIS a fa THE LimiBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN 44- * -J -I ^ TO THE LADIES New Suits New Coats New Oresses We now have a very fine showing in those lines. * The "last word' in style, color, fit and finish. F Our Suits will range in price from $20 to $45 Our Coats from $15 to $40 Our Dresses from $12 to $35 r i * "HOOVERIZED RHYMES * a * > *: * > �> �> > Utile Miss 'Mui.m;, She sat on a tuti'm. Kathig wheat breud and pn^ervea; There oamc Mi. Hoover, Who began to n pruve. her, Aud now Miss -Mu;i"t nmservus.  9 * Little Jack Horner ;r> in ;i c.onjf.T, ttaling his wheal ;jut] rye; No plums J. ear., nor s injur nor wheat.--What a great; boy iim I:" and Daughters and .Maid- of Knglaud wil!. meet, at the home uf Air*. Minnlng, 11!) Kith street X., tomorrow rveniTUt ni 8 o'clock. -Mrs. |>. .1, Nolan 0f Calgary, lias ten. for .Montreal and f?.\'piM'T-i to leave for Kngland very noon. s!~f,R0YAL YEAST . ROYAL Km bNn Canada'* favortt* y�a�t for over m quarter of a cantury; Broad bak'od with Royal Yoast will lt��p fr��h And moist longar than that mado with any othtr, so that a full w��k'* supply can oasily to� mad* *t one baking, and th� t�*t loaf will t>� Just aa good as tho first. MADE IN CANADA E.WG1LLETT COMPANY LIMITED winnipi'.o TORONTO, ONT, montbfal J GENERAL # > > ? ? ? > dinner. The varieties IucIihUmI suh^. brill, witches iinil plaice. Italy Ih>nl'*:i vouchoh for the fruM. Uiai they Wfte thoroughly enjoyed. "We found the Pacific fish really excellent anil I trust that we may be able to uroduee II Ui Ottawa yet/' she doelared, * %; # '('heir KxcelleneleK the Duko ;tnd Duchess of Devonshire, hnve gracious-) being given, will go down to Montreal today, and while r.hore, will hy u giio&fc at the lift/, Carlton. Mary, Mary, quito fiie "Jhi- were: The Lieut. Governor of Ontario zaar." and "One Day Sale," winch in I CALL AND LOOK THEM OVER Hilly Sunday, e.loKir.g his Washington campaign, announced his intention of proceeding forthwith ro Chicago, for the moBt spectacular drive oh Bin in his career In the city in which he was converted 31 years ago. FLAT HATE HAIL Next of ITIN WILL GIVE AN Old Country DANCE AND Whist Drive IN VETERANS' CLUB Monday, March AT 8:50 18 Admission 50c Proceeds for General Funds. ALL CROP AREAS i Edmonton,' March 13.-A bill of con- i Biderable importance was introduced fn the provincial legislature this afternoon by Hon. W. Gariepy and deals i w,ith the organization of a co-operative hail insurance. The bill provides for the taking in of the crop area, at a basis rate, at a stated sum. No farmer need go in unless he'deBirea, but the .burden of j removing from the co-operative scheme rests upon him. If he does not give notice of the drawing out, he will be a part of the scheme. The hail board will place a flat rate upon all crop areas. The insurance will be at $6.00 per acre. .The premium will be based at 8 per cent but will not be adjusted until the close of the season, when the losses for the season are taken into account as well as the amount of the business transacted. ttates Will Be Lower The plan is to get a reserve of about 20 per cent, after which it is hoped that the rate of insurance will be less than for the first tew years of the operation of the act. Toronto. Mar. 14.-It is feared here that the chances of Kitchener, O. H. A- champions, successfully defending the Allan Cup went glimmering today when it was decided that George Hlllier, the star of the team, was not in shape to' play tonight. Hillier, it is reported, has a small bone broken in his right foot as the result of a slash from Bostrom's stick at the clojse of the game on Tuesday night. DEATH OF FATHER CORBEIL Winnipeg, Mar. 14.-Word has been received of the death of Kev. Father Corbeil of St. Boniface Archdiocese, who lately has been residing in Montreal. Deceased was well known throughput the west. Twenty years a|o he was editor of Le Manitoba. lie also had been engaged in missionary work in the Yukon. " 4 ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS WILL HOLD A ON MARCH 15 In the K. of P. Hall From 9 till 2 Gonts $1.00; Extra Ladles, 50c �t Those wishing invitations phone 1792. Miss Arnold's Orchestra R. V. Robinson, who has been General Freight Agent for the Northern Navigation Company at Sarnia for some time, has been transferred to Montreal, where he will be in charge or claims aud insurance work for the Northern Navigation Company. RATIFY PROHIBITION Dover, Delaware, March 14.-- The Delaware house of representatives today adopted a joint resolution ratifying the federal prohibition amendment by a vote of 27 to 6. The measure now goeB to the senate for consideration. SOCIAL EVENTS # ;. > * * > * > * > * * Mrs. J. W. H-awden entertained on Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Parr of Saskatoon. * * w The High st.hoo'l aiid high grades of Central school teachers spent a social The railway car shortage in Eastern at Rfd a"�fs wittl *4lrB;J- Canada is growing worse, as empty Mfor*�* alter school-hours yesterday Canadian cars in the United States I �flernotun- ^f^J^tfr!^ are sent to the Western States instead Bennett assisted m serving refresh- of to Canada. vMore than 18,000. h + i- I Dentistry Practise It Is 1 Serious Profession EFIT DANCE In Aid of Wounded Soldier, arranged by a number of ladies. HEN our K. P. HALL Refreshments. you come offices we have your comfort and welfare at heart. Dentistry as we practise it, is not only a serious profession, it is also a gentle art. v 4 4 The most careful work, the most genuine earnestness, the utmost conscientiousness in regard to materials. You need not hesitate to place yourself in our hands. ments, *   Mrs. E. 1-1. Mill entertained yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. McGwire's guest, Mrs. Parr of Saskatoon. ! On Tuesday evening a most enjoyable social was held at St. Mary's hall by Court 1'nity, Ancient Order of Foresters, to celebrate the seventh anniversary of (lie founding of the court. A 'hundred and -fifty people were pres-; ent mid enjoyed a splendid program \ of music and recitations, followed by \ an informal dance. An interesting ,j event of thi* evening was a game of I carpet ball, ladies vs gentlemen. Mr. ! Fred Holmes, the past chief ranger, | was presented with a jewel and oer-; tificate. Refreshments were served hy ' f tho ladies. > ? > * O > * * * 4 CLUBS AND SOCIETIES * 1 A # > ? > ? Miss Arnold's Orchestra Tickets $1.00. Extra Lady �0c � r Tickets and invitations may be obtained from Mr. Knowlden at Frank Miles' Shoe Repairing Shop, 4th Avenue vr by phoning 1717 or 1792. Dentistry as We Practise it is a Gentle A rt Brunei*, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Wesley Ladies' Aid at their meeting yesterduy made final arrangements for the Easter whltewear bazaar which is to be held on Wednesday, March 27. * + * Tho Sir Alexander Gait chapter, 1. O.D.U., will meet tomorrow, Mar. 15th, in Knox -church basement at ^.30 for a special and very important short meeting. A good attendance is requested. Ott Blk., 4 Door* from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge y j LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE � EDMONTON OFFICE-PcRlfTALL BLOCK The Xext-of-Kiu will hold their meeting on Friday evening at 7.30 in Moose hall. Anyone desirous iof obtaining wool from the .Major .lack Ross Chapter, J. fO.D.E., can obtain same from Mrs. fChaa.AVestley, 051 7th street A. south. u a # Tho ladies of the Major Jack Ross chapter, LO.D.K. will meet tonight at 7:45 at the Ued Cross rooms for .sewing. v � �> v * * * The two committees of the S.O.E. a Everything That TWO MORE SHIPMENTS FROM EASTERN MAKERS HAVE JUST ARRIVED, MAKING OUR STOCKS MOST COMPLETE. WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THE LATEST NOVELTIES FOR EASTER WEAR. - ' . These very fine man tai-lored coats Silk lined in shades of blue, grey, fa.wn, Burgundy and black. Made from fine all wool materials. Priced at 4* �fci 'it \ V As shown in cut made from all wool poplins and gaberdines In nigger brown, navy, fawn aud black, with fancy silk linings. Priced at $40 and r ConTlNWTAU WE ARE ALSO SHOWING a very extensive range of serge and poplin suits that are wonderful value at the prices-$25.00, $30.00 and $35.00. t J New and Serge Moderately Priced at $25.00 $30.00 Pannel and Over skirt styles, neatly embroidered. Made from finest wool serges and soft, rich Swiss taffetas in shades of blue, green, taupe, purple, saxe, also in black,. The best range of dresses we have ever shown at these prices- $25.00 and $30.00 '6 Exceptional Values In * 4 * * coat, shown in cut, is made from the popular Don-Tweed that is having a big sale this season. The price * * 4 � * * show a fine range of Tweed and^ Covert Clott Coats in belted or full back styles at $19.00, $20.00 and 4 < are r look them over. You will say our styles and our prices lowest � -i E 4 # COMTIHCNTAL Fourth Avenue South 7 j I HH L 1 L �- i _ 'if. � 1 v-1 ;