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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOTTRTFEN THE I.FntBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 10. mil White Kid Gloves $1.75 10 dozenvjnly. Perrlns' White Glare Kfil Gloves, will! lilacU stitching on hack. A glove worth. at least $-\-J. Sizes o'4 to 'Mi. Holepr'f Hosiery $1.50 A new shipment of these famous sllfc stockings in all the now shades, as woll as black ami white. RYUANDS & CO. "The Busy Cash Store" New Veils and Veilings Just to hand by express this morning. Sec the now circular veils ntul the new effects In veilings. Ttuipe, purple, etc. The New Spring Style Book A 64 pngo style Journnl thnt�hns no equal. It's brimful of new idoius mid worth doublet its price, IIOc (including any pattern) by mall 3Sc. ' 200 New Suits, 100 New Coats, and 100 New Dresses Will Be Placed On Sale on Mon&ay Morning Next at Remarkably Low Prices. .Serge Dresses at $15.00 About two do:en Serge and Silk Dresses that for style and value will ntit be equalled for many a day to come. Sizes 31 to 40 only. Fourjdifferent shades. Clever Cloth Dresses, $20 An- early shipment of Easter Dresses just in by express. You will do well to loxik these over parly on Monday. The styles are entirely� dlfferent',and the price moderate. Dainty Georgette Waists 100 more tnew Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists arrived on Thursday. The new dark shades for suits, as well as few new light colorings. The new Tuxedo collar. Some button down the bfeck. others under the arm. Sea thorn first on Monday. Priced- JS.00 to J1S.00. Rainbow Silk Waists, $5 A serviceable, stylish waist at a reasonable price. Heavy shirting silks .in the new Rainbow stripes. Has new collar and be^t, of all is washable. Also plain white shirting silk at the same price. > SILKS, SILKS, SILKS! A special display of Silks on Monday and following days. The new Foulard's, New Skirting Silks, Novelty Silks. Khaki Cool. Silk Jersey, Channeuse Satin and black silks direct from C. J. Bonnett & Co., the world's foremost maker of high grade, silks. SEE THE NEW THINGS FIRST STARTING BRIGHT AND EARLY Monday morning and every day from then until Easter we will devote our whole energy to the sale and display of Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts and Waists, and other furbelows 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 were all personally selected during the past 30 days, by our buyer who has just returned from 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 stock. SUITS That Will LEAD the Style Procession-Practical Suits - $15.00 to $28.00 Cleverly designed suits that will be in style for a season or two. Tailored models with a style touch here and there tp make them different. You'll find all the new c.'oths, 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 different. 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 SELLING A WONDERFUL LOT OF COATS DURING THE PAST TEN MkYS-TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE "GONE THE ROUNDS'* AND COME BACK TO THE BUSY STORE-WHICH PROVES TO US ONCE AGAIN THAT IT PAYS TO GO EAST 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'U DEEM IT A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU THEM* THEY ARE HERE FOR ALL SIZES, AND AT AtL PRICES. $15.00, $18, $25 to $45. Novelty Silk Skirts So many new things in Novelty Skirts that words fail to describe them all. You .will find our stock the finest and largest we have over shown. A 'sample lot included in this showing bought AT ONE-QUARTER OFF. Novelty Cloth Skirts Novelties in Cloth Skirts are hard to pet. but tho ones we are showing are exact duplicates or those shown In New York and Chicago style shops. Exclusive styles with this stove ouly. i Broche Satin Underskirts Practically the only new thing in Underskirts are these Brocaded Satin Tjiulersklrts. They are very attractive in colors and designs, and wo guaranteo tho wearing qualities. C *7C Each......................'.......................... 0*1 suffering ourselves, and that is what makes it ^harder'ifor us to . '^/ptttxe what we should 'do. V.tUout having the way pointed lout to .-' fr'-atf J We' must Just trust to ^Providence that there will be. enough for Sf'oiiSselves'ln time to come. Meanwhile, there is our"Allies' need,.*, f^wktch cannot and must not be Ignored." .j; The sdu of the Lieutenant-Governor I In the daily Increasing problems aris- I �f UntartO'Was among the first to vol I tinteer for overseas service, and he , ens passed something like three and a half years in the firing line. Nat-jurally, his mother. Lady Hendrie, ex- ing in connection with the supply and distribution of foodstuffs. 1 She had just, come from the ki'chcn. where she had been conferring with! her cook. whiMi rise ;ntr-rvjc-,v>-::- found t uib uiwijier, i..tiu.v ntfjiiiii*', e*- nor r..,oK. .vn.->i\ \:\; am no' suffering ourselves". and thai is what makes it harder for ua 10 GETS FIVE YEARS Calgary. Mar. 1G.-Five years in Edmorlfon penitentiary was the senten.ee given in police court this , morning against George Uepp for an offense committed against a seven year old girl, daughter of a farmer in the Dewinton district. Repp pleaded guilty. * ? * * Lady Davidson and Food Controller Are Made Members of New Order An order has ben received at the Tuxedo Military Convalescent home. Winnipeg, from Ottawa stating that all convalescents taking treatment at the home will be given blue uniforms shortly. The same system it is sta'ted, has been in vogue in England almost since the war broke out. realize what we should do, without, having the way pointed out to us. In a country of such plenty, and accustomed as we are to be practically self-supporting, it is a difficult matter for us to understand the misery that can be occasioned by the scarcity of food. I don't think any woman who is anxious to help will think of hoarding. We must just trust to Providence that there will be enough for ourselves in time to come. Meanwhile, there is our Allies' need, which cannot and must not be ignored.'' St. John's, Nfld.. Mar. 16.-Lady ; Margaret Davidson and Food Con troll-' er Patrick Met!rath, are honored with I knighthoods in the first list of appoint-1 ment.' for this colony in Hie recently 1 created Order of the British Empire. jA commander-ship in the order was awarded to Augustus Clift, vice-uresi-,dent of the pensions board. Other honors were announced for various Newfoundland men and women. More Honors St. Johns, N'fld.. Mar. IB.-The highest possible recognition of the N'eiv-' found 1"'*'">fr!t?j/lr;f � beetj accorded ! by King George. Official announce-i ment was received today that the king : had conferred the prefix ^Royal" upon I the body of troops representing this I colony because of its bravery on the battlefields of Gallipoll, France and 1 Flanders. The distinction was su^-; Rested by Sir Walter Davidson. fortn-'i-governor of Newfoundland, who visit-I ed the rogiment on the western front, /__ where he broached the idea to Field Marshal Haig. Later in England he took up the matter with Premier Lloyd George and was granted an audience by the king. E SIGNED IHE ROLL Ottawa. Mar. 10.-Approximately fifty members of the new parliament 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 Mclgh-en. Hon. Hugh Guthrie, Col. Hugh Clark and Hon. F. B. McCurdy. At 1 otlock several other members of the cabinet who had been in attendance at a cabinet council went to the museum building to sign the roll and be sworn. The ceremony commenced today in order to make it possible to have a ljtrger body of members, who will arrive on Sunday and Monday, sworn between a and-11 o'clock M or day morning. IT During the voyage of an American steamship which arrived from Bermuda, the wife of a Major Thompson, who was killed in action whilst in the British priiiy in Europe lust year,.is believed to have Jumped overboard. Ottawa, Mar. -There is a possibility that Sir Thomas 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 the south for several weeks and the task of explaining the linancial position^of the country and announcing the government's rev/ proposals may fall on the shoulder? of lion. A. K. McLean, the acting minister. It is stated that when Sir Thomas went away ho was badly shaken with the stress of work in connection with the Victory war loan and In needj of a long rest, it is emphatically denied in government circles that Sir William will not return to his post stated In despatches sent out from Ottawa. WHEAT IN U. S. Washington. Mar. 16.-Wheat holdings at country mills and elevators on Marcli 1 were estimated today by th-i department of agriculture at I>8,!)i2,0()i) bushels. That is about aii.tioti.nuo bushels less than was held March 1 last year and S(?,(>00,000 bushels less thnu in 101(5. 1918 MARCH 1918 SUN. MCJN. " TUES. WED. THU. FRI. SAT. /' 1 2 3' 4 - 5 6 7 8 9 .10"ir 12 13 14 15 16 ' 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 31 26 27 28 29 30 You're In ^ a Hurry! Make the Date- You want that particular job out right away. You want it nicely printed and you want it quick. If you would be thoroughly satisfied to take it to a printing house that has a reputation tor reliability and good work. We believe in doing work promptly and a little better than seems necessary. The tlerald Job Dept. Phone 1252 02666168 ;