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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta  THE LETHBniDCE DAILY HERALD SATimnAT, MARCH i�. m� mUeKid Gloves $1:73 10 doien'rfjnly. Perrons' White GInce Kiel Gloves, witlj black stitching on bark. A Klovo least $2.23. Sires CU to 7%. Holepr'f Hosiery ' $1.50 A new jliipiiient of these famous sIlU Rtockliigs in all the new shades, as weU as black and whnc. YI.ANOS 4 GO. f'The Busy Cash Veilingf Just to hand by express this morning. See the now clrctilnr volla anrt the now' effects in Toiiings. Taupe, purple, etc. , A 64.lln the new Kalnbow stripes. Has new collar and be|t, of all Is .washnble. Also plain white shirting silk at the same price. � SILKS, SILKS, SILKS! A special display of SUka on Monday and'following days. The new PoularM, New Skirting Silks, Novelty Silks, Khaki Cool," Silk Jersey, Charaeuse Satin and black silks direct from C. J. Bonnett & Co., the world's foremost maker of high grade^sllks. r SEE THE NEW THINGS FIRST STARTING BRIGHT AND EARLY Monday morning and every day from then until Easter wc will devote our whole energy to the sale and display 6f Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirls and Waists, and other^fu^belows that go to brighten up the Easter and Spring Costume. Every garment shoWn in this vast assortment~is absolutely right as to Style, Material and Value. They we're all personally selected during tjie past 30 days, by our buyer who has just returned frpm the Eastern Style markets. Why buy garments that were bought last December from the travellers? You'll notice the difference the minute you look over our slock/ - . SUITS That Will LEAD the Style Procession-Practical Suits � $15.00 to $28.00 � Cleverly-designed suits that wijl be in style for a season or two. Tailored models with a style touch here and there \p make tKem different. You'll find all the new cloths, the new colors, and best of all you will find exclusive garments that will not be shown in any store in^this city. No two suits alike. Styles for miss or matron. Novelty Suits - ^ $25.00 to $75.00 Selected with great care from 'the best makers. The last word in style, those jaunty Eton Styles for the Miss. The new Vestee Suits for the,smart dressers. The clever model suits for those who are looking for something dififerent. They're here in great variety as to colors, style, material and sizes. Positively no duplicates will be shown or sold of these garments. CLEVER COATS WE HAVE BEEN SELLlNfi A WONDERFUL LOT OF COATS DURING THE PAST TEN D*kYS-TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE "GONE THE RO�JNDS">kND COME BACK TO THE BUSY STORE-WHICH PROVES TO US ONCE AGAIN THAT IT pXyS TO GOE^ST TO THE MARKETS FOR.THE REALLY NEW THINGS IN COATS, AS.WELL AS SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, ETC. YOU'LL ENJOY TRYING .ON THE MANY NEW SPRING MODELS, AND WE'i^ DEEM IT A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU THEMt THEY ARE HERE' FOR ALL SIZES, AND AT AtL PRICES. $15.00, $18, $25 to $45, Novelty Silk Skirts Bo many new things In Novelty Skirts that words tail to 'describe thorn all. Vou .will find our stock the finest and largest wo  have over shown. A sample lot included in this showing bousbt' ' AT ONE-QUARTER OFF. Noveltg Clefh Skirts Cloth Sldrts are hard'to got, but the ones woi are , showing are exact duplicates of those shown hi New York and shops. Exclusive styles with .this store otily. Broche Satin Underskirts Practically/ thj^ only new thing In Underskirts are thead Brocaded'Safin trndersklrts. They aro very attractive in colors and designs, and -we guarantee the wearing qualities, r mm Each............................... ... 100 New Crepe Kimonas , A direct shipment of New York'Kimonas, gives us-the finest stoclc of these goods in the city. The styles are real "American" -the values exceptional. $2.75 to $6.00 The New WarnerCorsets Have Arrived Cases and cases full of Warners' Rust Proof Corsets have just been received and will bo ready for your Inspection I^onday. "Low-top" models for the slender figures are a big feature. 25 new models .In lace front and laco back styles. Plain ivhlte batiste and brocaded materials. Sizes IS to 30. $1.50 up to $6.50 / A Maple Sugar Enthusiast Advocates use of Maple Sugar. Lai^y Hendrie of Onlario sets patriotic example for good Canadians rr-tr LADY HENDRie. , \. ...r,^:.t!.; o'^putilt-lnvthe �Un�Itit wfy-.r8fTliic food, mean* kelplni to ' flteiwar to an end. There fa n't a~'woman In C'aoate who would not\work)tor that end, and surely .any woman who ^aaiaiurpne ne:tr � and'MaattHo herover there will double hef efforts to?9a�9^�[3d pro- " '- -  � � - ,i,lor"U� to j tedfout to^ , _^ . --------------------- ..... .-enough'for ilveafln'* time to come. "' -" l?!-\tMcb CMftAot and must not " ..... ^ The^ sdn of the Lieutenant-Governor I In the dally Increasing problems arjs- hof OntarlqrWSL* among the. first to vol-ifjnteer tor ov�rseiks.;aervice, and he iMUied'aoinethlnir Uke three and a halt ya*r�;1n,the tlrln* Una, Nat- Ing In connection with-the supply and distribution of foodstuffs. . She had just come from'the kitchen,' where she haa been conferring with l"*" ft'otftw. l*dy Hendrin, ax-|hor cook, when tha'inten'l'rtwer founil ,j '^iblt�, atotf Uaa mere cwuiil Intereai j her at Oovw^jaajU lieu�, Twonto. Anxious to do all she can to help the Canada Food Board In whatever it decides Is most essential, jittdy Hendrle.i was one of the first women In Toronto, to give impetus to the carrot and onion, campaign recently conducted in that city. She thinks It is the solemn duty of every woman to do the little things that are asked of her in food-savingr- service in the kitchen, she believes, being now as Important in a sense as the work that the Had Cross nurse or ambulance driver can do within the fighting sphere. "To"pnt It in the simplest way-saving food means helping to bring the war to an end," says Lady Hendrie. "There isn't m^oman in Canada who wouldn't work for^hat end, and surely any woman who hns anyone near and dear to her over there will double her ,^fort torsive and produce 4f It means the speedier conclusion of a weary war. / "I think, if anything, I am more Interested In food conservation than in production. The former is essentially women's affair, and while, undoubtedly, her help is needed outdoors this year^ It seems to me that her biggest work lies in the home. I do think that every woman should have a garden and..raise chickens, but, except where !t is really necessary, the idea of heavy worS In the fields seems foreign to , one'ft conception of womanhood." Lady Hendrie keeps chickens- forty-eight of them-and is quite eu-' thuslaatic about her poultry. Government House gets an average of seventeen eggs a day from those chickens, and they are a source of great gratifl-callon to everyone concerned., � The simplest fare is thg rulp now in the home of the Lleutenaut-Giovernor j of Ontario;' Many changes have be.jn Introduced as war-time measures. One loaf of bread a day does for eighteen people at Governmenti House. No white bread is served on Wedhos-days or Fridays,'and bro^'n bread is always on.Hne table, Qj-i^haro buns and bran biscuits aerv? to lessen the amount of bread tha^t is used. A cake that la absolutely without sugar has tieea tried ami provM to be a success. Lady Hendrie thinks that It Is out of .th� question to consider compulsory rationing now. She believe* that many farallles are on voluntary rations and that It would be more beneficial to encourage this than to waste time and energy advocating any'measure that Is Bs impractical for Canad^a as compulsory rationing at tlie prefient time. Maple sugar and syrup have always been used freely at Government House, and Lady Hendrie is going" to see to It that It takes "tlie place pf white sugar wherever,- possible this year. Grated manle iugar "with rlco and home-made mftle. cream are favorite sweets on her t'aWe, She Is glad that the maple syrup Induatry Is lo%o encouraged and believes that the housekeeper might jilo much in the way of substituting Canada's national sugar for the,West Indian commodity that Is needed overseas. Lady Hendrie firmly belleVes that the women ol Canada sfand ready to do whatever the Food Board asks of them-and to do It without comphl-slon. "'iVe are not xufforlrig ourselves, and that Is what makoit it harder lor tu to GETS FIVE YEARS > the sentence given in police 16.-Lady .Margaret Davidson and Food Controller Patrick McOrath, are honored with knighthoods in the first list of appointments for this colony in the recently created Order of the British Empire. A command'ership-In the order was a->j-arded to Augustus Clift, vlce-pre.3i-dent of the pensions board. Other honors were announced for various .N'ew-foundlaiid men and women. More Honors , i St. Johns. Nfld., .Mar. 16.-The highest possible recognition of the New-foundl?rnd reglnier-t has bees accorded hy King George. Official announcement was received today that the kins had conferred the'preflx'Nloyal" upon the- body of troops representing this colony because-of its bravery on the battlefields of Galllpoll, France and Flanders. The distinction was sus-gested by Sir Walter Davidson. foAier governor of Newfoundland, who visited the regiment on the western front, i-._:-_ �where he broached the idea to Field Marshal Haig. Later In England ho took up the matter with Premlpr iXoyd George and was granted an audience by the king. \ Ottawa, Mar. IG.-Approximately fifty members of liio nejrt' parlinment signed the roll and took the oath in the commons'chamber between 12 and 1 o'clock today. Among the first to sign the roll were Hon, Arthur Melgh-en, Hon. Hugh Guthrie, Col. Hugh Clark and Hon. P.-B. McCurdy. At 1 o'clock several other mjynbers'of the cabinet who had been in attendance at a cabinet council went to the museum building to sign the roll and be sworn. 'I'he ceremony commenced today in order to make it possible to have'a Ifirger body of members, who will arrive on Suridny and .Motiday, sworii between 9 and til' o'clock Monday morning. ^~ IK WHITE During the voyage of an American steamship v/hlch arrived from Bermuda, the wife of,a Major Thompson, who was killed iu,HCtlon whilst In the British army In Europe.last year,jB bclloved to ha vie Jumped overboardT Ottawa, .Alar. 16.-There is a^Uty that Sir Tiiomas White, minister of finance, will not Introduce the budget in parliament this season. Sir Robert Borden does not expect him to return to'Ottawa from tbe south tor bov-eral weeks and the task of explaining the financial position^f the country and announcing the government's new proposals may tall on tUo shoulders ot Hon. A. K. McLean, the acting mlnln-tor. It is stated that when Sir Thomas went away he waa badly shaken with the stress of work In ooanectlou �with the Vlctbry war loan and In need/ of a long rest. It is emphatically do- ... nied In government circles that Sir ' William will not return to his- nn stated In despatches sent out from Ottawa. . WHEAT IM U. 8. .Washington, Mar. 16.-rWheat hold-lug* at country mills and elevators on March 1 were estimated today by tho" departmentot agriculture at<�8,()72,000 bushels. That Is about 20,000,000 bush-, els less than w�b hold March 1 last year and SCOOO.OOO bushels less than in .1916. , .^� ' . � 1918 MARCH 1918 SUN. MON. ' TVE^ WED. THV. FRI. SAT. 1 2 4.5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 ?6;27 28 29 30 31. Make t|ie Date- ~^ We'll Dielhrisr the.Goods You're In a Hurry! You want that particular |ot� out right away. Yt)u want it nicely printed and you, iiyant it quick. If you would .he thoroughly/sat^ isfied; to.'take it to a^ printing house that has a reputation lor reliability and good work. - We helieverin doing'Work promptly and a littW betteif than �eems ne