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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1018 THIS L.ETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN PNONB 1224 WHEN THE DAY IS OONE I "have* eaten a bale Of Spinach and Jsale, And I've never mined a row, \ havcj swallowed a can Or moistened bran And I feel like a hrindle cow. 1 atrt taking a snack KYom the old haystack Jn the evening shadow** gray, And I'm glad you bet, At lust to get, To tlie end of a meatless day. ? O * * > wZ9 PERSONAL O ? 4- 4 * > > > * * O * * * Mr. M. S. McArtlmr in in Calgary for a cow days. * * * Mr. and Airs. William Muir of Medicine Mat, are coming to Lothbrldge-ui a few dtfys to make their home here. * * � Mr. Ij,'11. Losey hay been spending a day in the city en route to his home at Vrinnifred, Alta., after an enjoyable vIhU in the east. While in Michigan, Mr. Lusey spent a short time at Battle Creek, where lie visited an old friend, W. H. Kellogg of cereal fame.--Medicine ifat News. * * * Mrs. A. iVhitmah would not send to the legislature a message urging ratification, a poll of the senate by the dry leaders -which showed that only 22 votes or four less than a majority could be mustered on the ratification proposal. ATTACKED WITH KNIFE Montreal, March 15.-With, three knife wounds in his body in the back, leg and stomach, Harvey Gaignerez, 21 years old, was taken to the Western Hospital late last night and died this morning. He was attacked while walking with a young woman on the Point St. Charles side of the A'twater l Bridge over the Lachine Caual. His 1 assailant is said to be known to the police. Gaignerez is said to be a travelling jewelry salesman in the employ of a Quebec house. * %��>> O �> � * ? NO SUCH PROPOSALS / > 4 ors that proposals had been re- sia, Lord Robert Cecil, the mln- ister of blockade said in the  or will be considered."      I i it ? Are Now Ready For Your Viewing Offering for your critical inspection a comprehensive collection of the most desirable in spring modes, and at prices that convince you at once, that you can buy your new spring clothes at a cost that will demonstrate, absolutely, the value giving ability of this store. The extreme care used in the selection manifests itself at once, and how wonderfully we have succeeded is best told in the gathering pf superior styles you will find awaiting your inspection. Fashion SaysT Dresses F " The fashion trend says dresses are to be the favored outer garments for women. Whatever the cause, you will be interested in knowing that dresses are to be popular and that you can find an unusual collection here. We invite you to view the most comprehensive exhibit of new dress fashions we have shown for spring for many day. H ere are just a f ew of th e many ex- quisite creations we are showing for the spring just at hand. Spring Suits New Things Coining in Daily r Listed below are some of the most interesting things in the store. The New! And every day, as Spring comes nearer, finds new, fresh shipments arriving. It is practically impossible to describe the styles, because there are only one or two of a kind. Each one, however, is individual in character, entirely nevy in design and of superior quality, mfaterial and workmanship. Her e are three w hich, in our opinion One is a most exquisite creation of I SpCClcll NotlCC rr . ir> n mm Taffeta and Georgette in Belgian blue. A most distinctive and individual gar^ ment. Another one greatly admired is of Black Georgette over white, forming a most unique combination. This is built on the straight style effect and is beautifullv made. mf And this Grey Taffeta with Georgette sleeves and overskirt with touches of braid on the waist is well worthy of and will receive more than passing attention. And there are literally dozens of other charming garments surpassing in beauty and novelty anything we have shown in previous seasons. And the prices, too, are ranged to meet everv purse- running from $20.00 to $50.00. Watch Monday's Herald OUR FORMAL Spring Opening r will eventuate on Wednesday, March 20th. You are particularly requested to watch for the announcement of full particulars in next Monday's paper, as this event 'will furnish many novel features entirely new to Lethbridge. Watch Monday's Herald stand out pre-eminently. A s^iif composed of the new 5and Gaberdine, 30 inches long, with the belted effect. This has buckles and but-tons as trimming and is beautifully lin-d. Another quite as effective is a beautiful suit of Light Tan Whipcord fashioned on strictly tailored lines. This has a vest of King's Blue, creating an impression of dignity and exclusive-ness. One of the newest additions to the suits for this season. 4 h lAnd then our Serge Suits are unsurpassed for variety.and value. We have always borne a great reputation* for "this class of goods, and certainly this year will enhance it. One pretty Serge Suit we may mention is prettily trimmed with smoked, pearl buttons and has a vest of white corded silk. As in the dresses, we can meet- all requirements regarding prices, ranging as they do from $22,50 to 165.00. ' L Monday's Herald What Are ew Coats The latest novelty is a Coat Suit in the new Rookey Btown co is coat covers dress completely and is most unique and distinguished in appearance. Absolutely latest thing in coats this year. Watch Monday's Herald We can give you a very clear idea, fjrst of all, by telling you that they are "entirely different." The first thing to strike one is the fart of the many new colors for 191S and we have them all including the novel Rooky Brown, and new tones of Peacock Blue, Greens and Sand. The materials are Gaberdines. Serges, Tweeds and Velours mostly and the 'majority are belted. But then we have the conservative styles as well, so -whatever your taste may be you can be assured of a coat to meet your requirements. 1 WATCH MONDAY'S HERALD A lovely coat is this one of Peacock Green Velour. It is pleated from the waist and is fastened with one large handsome button. A silver grey finishing touch to this beautiful coat. Watch Monday's Herald SKIRTS Very strong are the Novelty Sport Skirts this spring. One is a green anil white stripe, box pleated, made up w velour. Another is a large check in purple, grey and white with extra large pocket and there are many other novel effects. Really when ano looks them over each one seems more effective ifchan the previous one. Then, of course there are our regular lines of Black Satin, etc., Taffeta and every description of material and color. W A ISTS Our new waists have arrived in their completion and are a revelation of beauty. Charming creation in Georgettes, Crepe de Chenes and Habutai in colors of yellow, maize,, pink, rose, white, paddy green, etc., await your inspection. Space permits mention of only one, and that is a Grey Georgette trimmed wfith purple and beautifully embroidered in silk floss and tinsel. The prices run from 92.75 to $15.00. / ;