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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ELEVEN ktUiflave M Order NOW For Ik Coats, Suits, Dresses, Blouses aiid Silk Underwear feally a magnificent range of newest styles and colorinjjs now ready for your inspection. A mucK more complete stock of ready to wear than we have ever l^fore shown-at prices that will,be interesting. ' Choice Modeb in Gloth at Made from finest, pure wool Oaberdtnes attUi Eng-; , ll�h Serges, beat broehada allk linings,, newest cut � coat and skirt, band tailored. Colors, navy, tirowu, � Band, grey, also black. '" , Extra Value at $45.00 Made ui> in smart styles from i(ll. ^iojbl serges, poplins and gaberdines. In navy, brown, sand,'green and blacks. Satin llhod and carefully tailored: ' - Unbeatable Values at $30.00 ancl^ZSOO^ The-verj'. finest jnaterlals lind corrnct styles. Half silk lined in shades of rose, ^vine, saml, sailor blue andgrey. � The Very Best Values Shown at $40.00 These are simgly wontleT^ul values Tor. thei stylo ai}d quality of tlk garmonti. Theyconio in fawn shades-also Ughj. twee�f lulxtureHi thejn early as they are sellinjb; C^nU' ' j ' .'. if T r . -* SELECT YOUR;EASTER GARMENTS EARLY! ; By making a ^mall deposit we will libld your selection until you at'e reifdy to use it. Pretty Easter Taffeta Dresses, black and cotori. $20l00 to $35.00, 'I � ^r. V ^^ Duiheis Silk Dresses, bbck >i $25.00 to $30.00. SiBt^oiiluiDrfrtes. . .$18# tPW|0(!)^ Sweisti|i�e Silk top, $15.Mi|^.j||M New^ TWila SkirU. $5.00, I^MJ^S^^a FINEST SILK UND Jersey l|ilk aedlCrepe-de-Chii^ Bloomers,^ 'EnvelofieSy Camisoles, Skirts a^d Nightgowns V~^In pink, white z(t�d sky. ^. Also 4 fine range of fine Muslin Under^ ' garments for wonx^i and children. EASTER BLOUSES From tko largest and most complete stock in Soathem Alber^. Fine Georgefte'and Crepe di^ Cliiile Wiilb' at 15.S0, � $7.00,: ui? �i� L l'^^ >^ Ivoiy wd BUck Habutai y^aiits ... $3.00 up to $5.00 French Embroiderj^ Vbile^tailirs at $2.00 u^ to $5.00 Fancy Striped H�buUiWaUts at .^.^.."JlOp^i^^ |6.00 all New^Toc^.DlRepT fijoiSi'^'astern, manufacturers. \ Foiinb Avenue lenten FASTING Is this II fasto, to keep The larder leanc And oleane Krom fat of vealos rikI she�pp? fs it to quit thfi (llah Of flesh, yet still To fill Tho platter high witli fish? Is it to fast an lioure Or ragged go, Or show A downcast looke and nouro? No, 'tis a fast to doln Thy sheaf of wheat And meat Unto tho hungry aoule. It Is to faste from strife. From did debute And hate. To circumslze thy life. , To show a he.irt grinf-rent, To starve thy sin. Not bin- And that's to koop thy Lent. ' -Robert Hcrrick (March, lC4g).  �   � Mr.^aiuli Mrs. O. P. Ursenbaclii announce the engagement of their daughter Wlnbnii. to .Mr. E)arl Stevens ot Raymond, the marriage to take place tho first week in April.    Dr. and Mfs. C. C. Cragg returned on Saturday from .New . York. While away Mrs.. Cragg.visited .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mltford in Toronto-. . * ?  Mr. OliarlOB Holden of the Canadian j Consolidated Rubber Co. at Winnipeg, ' was In town yesterday. Mrs. Fo.ster is visiting iter daughter, ;Mts. J. W. McNionl. - . * * Mrs..B. Parr ot .Saskatoon, who ha.s ; been visiting Mrs. A. R McUulre. i leaves tonight for her now home In Camrose. . ..... Mrs. J. AV. Stafford and children, who have been tho.guests of Jlrs. A. B, Stafford, leave tonight for their home in Ottawa. ... I*  ? CLUBS AND SOCIETIES > 1 branch of the work of Metropolitan church, ^and lioi*. dtjp'arture will he a great loss to^ the' clinrdi. as wftli us to personal ti-lenda. On bobalf of the W..M.S. Mrs. William h/^vldr reiid �� apprnclatlvo nddroas and Mrs. .f. H. I.avel! presented Mrs Qnsyle with a Life Membership certificate snd ptn.- I-'ktmonton Journal. ' Mrs.^ Quayle lived in Ijcthbrldg^ a few vo'ar.s ago.  ,  �� Rehearsals tor "(lis Bxcellency the (jovemor;" are going on well and the jrorfbrmances on Monday and Tuesday, April 1st and 3nd prbmlsa to be oxcen-tlonally well done. Among those taking part are Mr. JJick Illncka, Mrs. Hltchle, Mrs. Snow. Mr. Prank Wsd-dlngton, Mr. f.O: Hyde. Mr. Kaworth. Miss Donald and others. *   � The Calgary high .loliooi is putting , on an elaborate production of "The j Midsummer Night's tlr^am," and Miss Oiadys Attreo is ta.Ktng charge of all the dancing. Her ptlpllB will dahce and among tliem will be, eight Jvelh bridge girls. Mrs. A. W. Kress, who Is leaving on Thursday night to reside in B6.nk-head, was presented with � beautiful necklace last ntght. The presentation took plnice-'at tlie Caiiip ' Fire Oirl.'i'' meeting, Madge BrUskerviUo rondirig tho address and HJIiiie.I^iii^-ler'nutklniB; day school class of Weslejr'cl^iitrib. Mr.s. Kress, who ba4 Ijifceii an.,'ifltjtive worker in Wesley churcb?;clrc|4B'Wtll he greatly missed and deop regfet.was expresitotl at her departure. *  �' ? general'  '. ,� �  \ , \ \:~ *  ��    �>  � The St. /rhomas Police C'tJiBulisslon, at its. meeting recently dectlled''te..'ap point a woman patrol for Sf; "ThofetiS to' safeguard the' welfare 'ftt "yotlng girls on the streets. She will be on diity during the evenltig hoiiva., Tfie appointment was made oi^ro-tj'^^ ^ re; coinmondation. of the Natiobal-'C^puii' cil of Women. L�batBd tlious-andg of m.lles in,rt>frigerator cars Hnit kept frbien' until, parohaa'ad by tho housewife. . ..., _ . \ � I'p .to this-.polut,- tbu-ftah are In , firHt'.class cpnditlou,> . The.'.purcliaaer, If Ign9rantot-..;the-proper ;in�thoa ot tbawlfiK. ,VH�. �J>�!UV the tiib �nd add to.;tht!;uavrai^rantcd .prejudice against ., It.. .  >-r;v ;  .' " � � How to prepare,froMn.ttpb; tor�ook^ ing: .Keep the fiith {rbzenuntUTeaily , for use, then piit It Jntott'old. w�t*r long -enough, but- no. longer than Mvw^'t ary to^ take all tbtf frost out.-,-tt/"wiU then .be ready to cook. Do not.de^trttat fish tn,waTnv or hot water or by wtl-tlcial bea|. r if these dlrectlosa^arai, followed,, froaen tlsh will be^^^ound. when'de-frosted, to be as flrmi:: (reata : and as fine flavored a� the dayit'.n^a . caught., ..... .... ' ,! Frozeit tlsh in eiiormous quaoUttea are sovv being' c.outumed in, Ot^at Britain and these ;flBh fK>me troin'tiie N6rta Pacific, Nova Scotia and New- ' fouudland. Atistraltan and Nm': Zealand be*f, mutton iind rabblta,' ahd Arge'nllrie beeffroisen and traAsported ' In refrigerator a'teattjers,' were;'prev^ A wedding lit literary circles that will rouse great.i'; Interest wlH' fake j place at Baalertide In New York, wiUi .Mrs. Hyssop. �0a tUh St. North,! idil Carolyn Wells,'author of Jlugleu, on Wadiiesduy atleruoou for Ked j'jyj's.^'y Cross sewing,. .;. � .;. .;. .;. .;. .> *f*�* *  *    * Saturday afternoon, Mrs. A. 0. Tta-worth enteirtalned In > honor of; Mrs. I'aij',of Saslwlpou.^ ^ ' Afrtf. W?y,'Armstrong'was the hps-tesH of a delightful tea yesterday afternoon in honi)P>,o( Mrs. Parr, at Baska-todn." ,'.'\ Mrs. F. K.Spooner entertained tbla nttornoon coioptimantary to Mr�, Parr |i-,i.'' $ �rtftj" >ffftcrnoon;'j! Jfr., rhymes and; dellcio.us''-par� di�fsX;:>vill be-the bride, Mr.-'-HadwJjB Houfehton the. grbom. Th^^.Weill fnhvily, traces tt�el�.',back to tW'Heytft liitioH and atlas.-Wells keeps'the old family liome''In-Halt Way, N. 3. tr-' ' A., very Interesting engagement that, has been .cabled from- Kagland' is that o'f'Ueut.-Col.'!itKe^'ReVi^^ArtliUr I McOxeer,v. .Asftlstaut,.:;;'.flltiMSyX, :ot Chatilaihs in France', the--^rliS�,, � of Sas) Mrs.f IntorniBi Mrs. 4 rosldp ^ Tho