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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHRRIDQE, ALTA., MONDAY, MARCH 15, ItN. Fancy Hosiery A special value iu Women's Fancy Embroidered Lisle Thread Hose, These are beautiful quality of imported hose "with novelty patterns, tni- broidered iu colors on black, assorted patterns Sizes 8, b'-i. 10. Per pair 60c. Women's All-over Lace Lisle Thread Hose, assorted full iti LA- of colors including black, white, mvrtle. navv, pale green, sky and pink. Sizes 8 to 10 60c. Women's Lisle Thread Hose. A nice smart range of colors, well blt-ndtd and double-dj ed. in plaids. Also a good range in tan shades. Sizes 8 to 10. Per pair 50c, Women's Black Lisle Thread Hose -of splendid quality, full-fashioned, reinforced heel and toe, extra bright finish 35c. and 40c. HOSE, OPERA LENGTH Women's Lisle Thread Hose, opera length, in pink, sky and black. Very best quality, seamless, medium weight Sizes 8 to 10. Per pair Ascot Robes Handsome imported Ascot Eobes. in effective designs, floral border in blues, blacks and lavenders. Dress Length. Hudson's Bay Co. REBBEKAH LODGE INSTITUTED. J___ t Coloman, Altu., March Tuesday awl Wednesday of this Coloman was .under siego by a small j of the fair sex who cairn- from) various towns; m the I'nss to partici-i pate in tho institution of a Hebekan l.txli-e in Coleman. Tho UK at 1. 0. J j 0. F. lodge-have had this pro-rci uu-j tier consideration :'or MKHC past, but could i w 'h others to follow later, besides speaK-J ing in no uncertain w.iv u; to ihej popularity of this would j rather indicate that l.idies in tr-iS- community don't do things by halves heedless to say. tae -xJ-'O I.1 mr.de such o good stare, its mem! UTSi are'looking forward Jo ;i l-'iicht and successful future. It :s taknn j name Victoria liebekah Lo is.rc No. I it bemg the fifth of its kind in Al- j j berta. The success of the movement i thus far has t upended J measure upon the cood wcrli done I j bv Oddfellows, who have been the i i Jargeat and best lodge m Coleman.! j Their hall, which is especially adapt-J ed to fraternal society work, is used j I by three or four other orders in i town. i The first contingent of the fair visi-j tors arrived on Tuesday at noon the east bound local. Twenty came j from Michel and fifteen from Fernie. f Sec.. I The six o'clock train brought a dozen or more from Pineher Creek besides a .goodly number from Blairmore. Frank, and other places in the im- mediate vicinity. .The initiation began shortly after eight p.m. and WHS in charge of P.G. M.. E. Forster Brown, and H. Bates. J'.G-. of Macleod, assisted by T. Hin-j ton