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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MAHCII 1l. K 4 ELECT YOUR EAST GAR By making a ^mall deposit we will hold your selection until you ate ready to use it. EARLY! Easter Dresses Taffeta Dresses, black and colors. $20.00 to $35.00. Duchess Silk Dresses, black and colors. $25.00 to $30.00. Silk Poplin Dresses......$18.00 to $25.00 Swell Stripe Silk Skirts, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00. New tweed Skirts, $5.00, $7.00 and $8.50 FINEST SILK de-Chinte B1 o o m e i \ 9 Envelopes, Camisoles Skirts and owe In pink, white and sky. l P Also a fine range of fine Muslin Undergarments for women and children. From the largest i Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists at $5.50 Southern Alberta * 4 $7.00, $8.00 up to $11.00 Fancy Striped Habutai Waists at Ivory and Black Habutai Waists $3.00 up to $5.00 $5.00 and $6.00 French Embroidery Voile Waists at $2.00 up to $5.00 ALL NEW STOCK DIRECT FROM EASTERN MANUFACTURERS. 7 Th Fourth Avenue Neir Post Office MILADI PHONE IZ24 \\w devaHlfiled regions in France, The scheme has already been commenced in Toronto, and two baltal-ions are under format fori. Operations* will extend throughout Canada Mme. ('base Casgraln will leave shortly i to viHtt flu; chapters and will organize | brigades fnr the purpose ot raising | funds fnr this undertaking. I   * i \ The following letter from the office 1 or the food controller shouid be oV : great interest 10 the housewives who ' .ire endeavoring to conserve I he neoes- LENTEN FASTING tiiia ft faate. itt Uwp The larder leanc And eleune From fai of veulcs and .branch of the work of .Metropolitan TnM *> PERSONAL ? Mr., ami Mrs. O. F. Uraenhac.h an- j nounce the engagement of their daugh- \ tor Winomi 10 .Mr. Darl Stevens of Raymond, the marriage to take place the first week in April.    i Dr. and Airs. ('. (\ Cragg rethrned ; on Saturday Iroin .New York. While I : away Mrs. t'ragg.visited her parents. Mr. and Mr?. MUford in Toronto*. i ' + * � Mr. C'-harloH Uolden of the Canadian! Consolidated Rubber C-o. at Winnipeg,! way in town yesterday. HehearHaU for "M1k ftjcreilemy the (lovernor," are going on well and the performances on Monday and Tuesday. April lat and 3fnd promise to be exceptionally well done. Among those taking part are Mr. Dick Hhicks, Mrs. Ritchie, Mrs. Snow. Mr. Frank Wad-dlngtou. Mr. F. O. Hyde. Mr. Raworth, Mins Donald and othern. * * # The Calgary high school i* lUitUug on an elaborate production of Midsummer Nights Dream." and Gladys AUree is taking charge of all ; mediately after beinir husked from the dancing. Iter puptia will dance the nets. Similarly, millions of and among them will he eight Leth- pound* of halibut, salmon, cod. had-bridge girls. ' dock. hake, macherel. sea herring, Mrs. A. \v. krens, who j'r leaving ! HtneltK. tom-eods. skat*;, whiting, fthad, on Thursday night to reside in Hank-! etc., are caught in the seas and estuar-head, wan presented with a beautiful! h'.s .of Canada and frozen and glazed necklace lant nlRht. The preBtinUtion � in the refrigeration chambers fmmed-took place at the (lamp Fire 4Jirls*; iately they are landed from the flmh'-meeiing. Madge Baftkerville reading! ing boats at the. dock. Such fish the address and Eflsie Fowler making! are in .the freshest poaulble condUlon lhe presentation on- b^Half of the La- j when frozen, and while kept frozen, dies' Aid. the choir, ttic \V."M.;S:. the j deterioration and bacteriological de-Camp Fire Olrla and Mrs. 1%reBR' ftnn-' cay are ah�o!utely suspended, in this day school class of Wesley ;ehiireh. j condition, they can be shipped thoiia-Mrs. Kress, who has been an active 1 ands of ml leu in refrigerator cara and worker in Wesley church circles will I kepi frozen until purchased ' by the be greatly missed and deep regret was j housewife. . . . expressed at her departure. j Fp to this point, the fih are in � * * ! firm "clans condition; The purchaser, 0*\M9***^0 0*vvf*if Jgnprant of the - proper m�*hod of 1 L  ^ I How to prepare frotfrn flth tor �ook- ,T, .. .... . . . � ing: Keep the fish frozen until ready I he St. nomas Police ^ ? ? Mrs. Foster is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. \V. McNicol. , a *  Mrs.. K. Parr of Saskatoon, who has been visiting Mrs. A. R MeGulre. leaves tonight for her new home in Camrose.   * � Mrs. J. W. Stafford and children, who have been the guests of .Mrs, A. R. Stafford, leave lonight for their home in Ottawa. > ? > * CLUBS AND SOCIETIES * The Thistle Sewing f'irck* will meet with Mrs. Hyssoji, �jf�i� Uth St. North, on Wednesday afternoon for Cross .sewing. at its meeting recently decided-rd appoint, a woman patrol for St, Thomas to safeguard the welfare' of voting girls on the streets. She will be on duty during the evening hours. The appointment was made on �the, recommendation, of the National Council of Women. # * * Lady Gregory, i.he Irish playwright, has loat her only son. Major Robert Gregory, who was killed in action recently. Major Gregory, who was an artist and nil-round- sportsman in the, days before the war. had won the .Military Cross and the Croix de Guerre for bravery in the field. * McGreer. Assistant Director", of p'i'iday night Meld Marshal Half, � � � Chaplains in France, the' brfrie-eloct I then--Geheral - Hatg, was-married-in The. Next-oMCin will not hold their � hcing Kathleen, daughter of Mr. ^ "?v10,^if Dorothy Vivien, 'apron and pantrv sale till March :10th. ! Joseph Sewards, Hertford. The ^"ter of the third Lord Vivien. *  * groom-to.be is a Napanee boy, and H hey have one daughter, who was The Major Jack Ross chapter l.O.O. j when he went overseas was curate K. will serve tea at Kirkby's tea-rooms of Christ Church. Cathedral, Mont- tomorrow. real. born several years ago. j m m  i Wesiev Ladies' Aid will meet tomor-! Her Excellency the Duchess of ! row at 'A p.m. in the church parlor. {Devonshire has most graciously This will he the last meeting before j granted her patronage to the Im-tho Easter whitewear bazaar which the p'eriai Order Daughters of the Em-ladies are holding in WesJev hall on I Pire mobilization of a grand army.of Wednesday, March 27. ; eleven thousand ono hundred , and * + * ; eleven volunteers \fOr  the 'adoption The-waste-paper committee of tht> i ^ rellef Gf towns aud villages in Sir Alexander Gait. Chapter l.O.D.K. ! ' ' wish to inform the public that owing j in the low price of waste-paper and bottles now prevailing, they have found it necessary to discontinue their col- I lections. The committee takes the j opportunity of thanking the citizens ! for their hearty co-operation in the | past in this most Important work of [ conservation. * * * The ladles" and children's swimming and gymnastic classes under the aus- j pices of the Women's Civic (dub will t be held as usual tomorrow afternoon and evening. CRUEL TREATMENT OF JAP8 * * Saturday afternoon Mrs. A. C. Raworth entertained in honor of Mrs. Parr of Saskatoon. ; Mrs, W. J. Armstrong was the hos-; toss of a delightful tea yesterday after-� noon In honor of Mrs. Parr, of Saska-; toon. n 1 Mrs. F. K. Spooner entertained this afternoon complimentary to Mrs. Parr of Saskatoon:* �,' .Mrs. li. M". \VUiddington entertained informally yofiterday afternoon tor Mrs. A.-jW. Tvrejs. who is leaving to reside at Baiiktfead,- i The -^etrepoHJan.W.M.S.. the Cirole and the'Junior Circle, Edmonton, held a sociaj 0V)6uin^- in^honor of Mrs. T. W. tjuayle, who has made a very efficient president during'the" past two years, and Is leaving soon to reside hi Ottawa. Mrs. Quayle has been a faithful wi Piiergetlc worker vejr.)f ..I I * i * V if v p � - l 1 ^ - A THE^BEST FOOD " J 1 AT THE LOWEST COST '3 � ji � L **** . fa. ' _ t T H _ r �- r i" r ;