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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1811 T HI; T a u it i u i> u A i L. v u u it A L u PAGE ELEVEN PI ADYT S Pfi THE LADIES'STORE LLAKAL OC Phm453 Acadia Block To-morrow is the Best Day to Supply Your Easter Needs in Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses and Millinery No such "assortments within yorr roath as arc here for your Judgment and approval, and prices arc low enough to tour.vl the attention of every llirifty woiuau In Hits city who has still her New dL-riiig Outfit to buy. These splendid savings featured here are reinforced by all lhe (tern? listed In our ad In last night's paper, to make tomorrow or.e of the biggest bargain days of the entire hionth. ASTONISHING VALUES IN MOST ATTRACTIVE HATS FROM THE HOUSE OF FISK AND OTHER LEADING MILLINERS S5.00 to S8.50 A collection which, wo can assure you, iht vt-iy toit money's worth over offered hy this or any other in this ami includes every new Idea which is to ho worn this season for early spring and Kasler use. The shapes, the materials, the linings, lhe are of .'cry highest order and shown In a variety of a hundred and fifty various no two of which are alike, and all confined to this store for Leth- b ridge. ANOTHER SATURDAY SUIT -SALE Worth up to A specially jiurcliafcd line Including inobi at- Iraotlvo and hAntlEomo stylw that surprise you al tho price. Pure wool navy serges, also fine bedford cords In navy snd tan and the r.ew shtpherd ciiechrf in grty or tan, eh own in most attractive- mod el 6. Co ale silk lined throughout; SklrU In iVev; tunic and drape effects, sizes 16 lo 40. REMARKABLE SATURDAY DRESS SALE Worth up to 525.00. A specially selected lot of some or the very styles of sey-in jjroa'.ly reduceJ for tomurrow for quick Fine J.'esselaine in navy, tan, Copenhagen and bicck, and finest serges and Panamas in most attractive and elaborate styles. Colors navy, brawn, Copenhagen, reseda and black, all reprc: Mating very unusual savings. MILADI The he v-ijui.ijrd oa lhe sUand Put'a tyrixlit uitMu his hand, Ami-it me muis, iLen l-ade I learn j How good fur tij rcturti. j Mis- Harry of 1 Creek, o lias i.Mrs. W. S. 1UU, return! home on! Thursday. il Mrs. Arthur Muiphy, (Jar.ey c! IvJiiWsV.'ji, vho bas 1-roji for ]ia-it nioiitij, has, I bfen for Hip JajE it fcrrj suite in lhe 1 .Mfxuridra apart-'J rccnis. Saturday Specials Attractive bargains are offered to-morrow in every department of this popular shopping place i isii iitv iwiij.1 i a u They hiitwl and Mrs .'1 Aitket. for -.vb-re tl.ey will Tuesday or i.-iam. the brother, of .Iruru Six Max (n sail rm tr.f id Down in Price! Up in Quality! Complete menu well coofccd. nicely served, which will please your palate as w cH as you r pockclboolt. When you dine just ask for our 25 cent Special 11.30 TO 2 5 TO 8 THIS IS A TRY IT ALL SHORT ORDER PRICES LOWERED The- Internationa! Cafe 5th SL s. Neil Gray's HaruVarg 'I dare you to take me off of No other breakfast cereal suits so many different kinds of children so well as It is'good invalid can be digested easily by children fourteen months ll is a satisfactory breaVfast for strong: growing7, healthy children of all ages. Try the others if you Vnow you'll to "Force" as the safest, soundest cereal fcr.young and old. Male by The H-O rcd ftcU by gottl grocers >verywlirre. r, r. Ji. DOTJRLE TRACK MOUNTAIN SECTION-ESTIMATED TO COST ABOUT J50.000 PER MILE Montreal, Quo., Morch local farcr cays: "In doviblo tracking 133S miles of road tctweon Tort Arthur Sudbury, tlic C.P.R. will spend this year nMween Cal- gary and Brandon, tlicro" arc ITS and this ptace of. .will cost Between Rovelslokn and Vancouver will cost the distance being '139-miles. "On tlio Lake Snncrlor rllvlBl doable tracking is to bo car- ried out, the worli will cost IJ6.113 per mile, tvljilc on the prairie section the cost will bo about per mile. Of course, (he mountain sec- tion will lie lieavler, costing, (o he ac- curate, tonin per rntle. These arc high figures, hut the work will he ot tho highest character." FUNERAL OF CALMETTE Paris, France, March fun- eral of Gaaton Calmetle, victim of Madamrj Calllauv, took place today In tho Church of. Saint Francois do Salea, in the northwestern district ot Paris and within a block of the resi- dence of hTs assassin. Hours before the procession moved, vast cro'rvtls filled the Etrects. The police and mil- itary authorities hail taken great pre- cautions to prevent any disturbances. The police were out in force' all nlong the route. wet Mr." au'il' Mrs. 'K. A. their family, have been] speiuting the v.iMer in CalLFor- if nia, ait the guests u: Mr- ar.rl Mrs, J J. K. O'Ncil, fur a lew da before Teiuriiir.g home. Ijieut.-OolOTjfl luid Mrs. Krlclicr re-' turned on Monday nuU Inun New i U. C., they were visiting Iheir daughter, >irs. David Graham, and llic colonel inspecting liis lillle gtand-daivalilpr. which he reporled "up to the ton Jonrual. One lumdicd eiglity gutxU at- tended the dance, given by the Auili- loriiim t-luh in the K. I1- liall last and enjoyed a thoroughly good time. Tht Imperial orchestra tendered spleudid inusir, and dancing: .was lhe order during the entire eTCn- ins, with the exception ol a intcimission at- the midnight hour, ivhea a dainty jncnu wajs serv- ed. The liclil on Thursday even- ing in Hurgniaim's hall under the aus- pices ol the Foresters and the L'om- ?amons ot the Forest u-as distinctivc- y successful. Whist was at j sixteen tables, while a number oi Uic who did not take a ca- joycd sneia 1 Mrs. Dunk arid Mr. A. Know Id en first prii- es, uhile.tbe secor.d favors were cap- hy Mrs. -Monkn and E. Pcclr, the consolations goiLg to Mrs. Silver and Mr. Fox. liy Miss Daisy Holmes, Mr. Ji:, Mr. G. Chiswick, and Me. Ilonervrerc mucli'appreciated, after which1 an inviting, supper menu was by .the.pompaQions the. Forest. ft Later a delightful hoj> was in Fpler.did inusif. being sup- plied hy Miss .Aftiold, about whose playing niany complimentary remarks were passed. A unique feature was the vrnring of their regalia by both' the Fores- ters and the Companions oi lhe For- test. '.A luuction unique in its conception and delightful in arrangement was the Japanese tea Riven hj- Mrs. H. A. Crawford, 12GO tjislh Ave., Thursday afternoon in aid of Ihc Wo- men's Missionary "Societj- ol Wcslej I church. Things for the Home- Little Prices AN 85c WINDOW SHADE FOR ular clesigna in imported Vajucs A PLEASINGVOVERALL APRON Neat semi-fiulris.'or 'ttllnB styles In Ladies' Overall AprouE, neat deBlgns in plain giu5ham5 a' Oww DAINTY LITTLE DUTCH DRESSES Children's Dutch Dresses; cadet, navy and colors '-In Einart style with low neck and short sleevts.' Duck print materials Sizes 22 Three Great Lines of Shoes and Slippers STYLISH SPRING BOOTS Tau Calt noota for and button stylos.-a clearauce of two of our ?o-00 QO lines. good styles LADIES' HOUSE SLIPPERS Ladies' nuskin Slipper, vWo fitting, flat' heels and elastic fronts. A comfortable and good wearing line. All llegular 51.35 I I U .CHILDREN'S VIC1 OXFORDS.. These smart style Vic! 'Oifords in liluclier slyie, patent tips, for the lilllc lolkB.: Slzes'S to Lino that sold In the regular u-ay at You'll Find These Items in, the Dry Goods Section COTTON .GINGHAMS AT ttc neautifill new Cotton Gins- liams in "plain colors, also novv strlred and checked inches 1 1 P Per yard w 33c YARD FOR DRESS GOODS Twenty pieces of nesv spring Dress floods in this lot. Greys nnd' browna and fancy mixed tive'eds. worth 50c yard, Ins. wide, per yard.. A RUSTLE IN SILKS Hew much of silk do want? Plain shades of oGc. .lap Taffela Silk clearing to- morrow at, yard..... BATH Seiner's patent Balh Bruuhcg nlth long curved liandlc, Lesl bristles only, llest on the market S1.85 5 HAND SCRUBS 10c 100 Hand Scrubs In tumor- row's Eate. Good quality brtsl- les, clearing price u fcr............ 10c SHAMPOO POWDERS Shampoo Powders that mafce a detignlfulljr pevfumcd for vaeliing the Iialr. made specially for Hudson's Bay Co., S powders TOOTH Carbolic Tooth Powder, un- surpassed for whitening the teetl; nr.d protecting ihclr de- cay. On sale Q _ lomorfoic wC NOW FOR BR1LLIANTINE Exti'a fine Brilliontinc, lies procurnulc; hair tonic, crqulaito- Ij: pcrfutntil In rose, car- nation and violet 19c COLGATE'S SPECIALS 35c Colgate's Dental Cream. Shav- ing Cream, Shaving Powder and Staring 2 for 25c Phone 613-And in the Wine Deparlment-Phone 613 jtoim, an opportunity of enjoying tlie splrnclid afTfiir. Monday ami Tuesday Hal. in Smildnc Win. rrcmso anil wife of I.clhbriilgc mo in if. Tin K. C. l.urltkf trip to C' is rodirnril (row Clubs and Soclcfies Tlic Kis-Six club mrcls lonighl Miss Lucj- Bauilrn. Fourth Tho Art Nccillc-uork club will with Mis. II. Itaitcr, 621 Ninth on Mondnj- afternoon.- The O. F. c. meet on Monday afternoon nt thfep; o'clock s'narji with Mrif. J AV. narllcit, 301 Seventh nv. cmii; So.itli. A; Toronto t.ailifs' lluartcttc will appear in Wcslty Hall, on March 30lli, ivmcr the auspices o! LailteV AW. V Tlic on cnirrlalnfr, violinist, pianist 'aiirl soloist snil ate oil very rccoinmrnrlcfl tfiosc who have heard Ihrra In the cast. SPECIAL SALE OF SHERRY AND PORT WINE FIno old Sherry, our regular 51.03 line. Per gallon Tine Olil Vfntagf regular line, per gallon BASS' ALE AND BARCLAY PERKINS STOUT nasa' Ale- In clear, sparkling con- Per dozen Thf fnmo'Js Doctor Brand Barclay Per dozen Gaskell's three-piece orchestra render a delightful programme in the Tea Rooms tomor- row afternoon. Dainty afternoon teas served. Special, menu for tomorrow. Watch this space for our daily sales commencing on Monday 'next. SpeciaTs in every depart- ment of the that will be worth coming after. On Friday fiftfrnoon n number of. (lio women of the congregation of All Salntf. Church. Dow IsiacJ, ac- certecl Ino Invltntlon ot Mrs. .InmcE- Pavics of Crasay to htar >ira. J. E. MurfsU-WrlKHl of Ijcthbrldfi'e give mi address on tlic and orgstilzatlon of tho Women's AiixiH.iry- of tho Anglican Church, Murrell-WrlsM's remarks were very bright. ami and showed tho speaker's wide know- ledge of her subject. Al {tie. close of her fiev. A. W. Swaytio rosed a vote of thanto fo lhe speak- er. Guests were also present from Jelto, Sunnyvale and Grassy Lake. During tlic afternoon refreshments were by [lie hostess. i (s .TUe AlfeXrtiiuei-Grtil Chr.ptar of lhe of the held a splen- didly attended meeting bt the Y.M.C. A. on Thiirsflfly, afternoon, when nine new inembera were elected, and ten new proposed to bo bal- loted on at the- next regular meellDj; Mr. J. D. HlginLolham gave a very fine address on lhe life of Sir Alex- ander Gall, which was especially In- teresting (o thoso. present a? nicui hers o( lhe chapter natnetJ for him. A number of minor busir.e.'s natters were also transacted. Art Needlework and Embroidery. Lessr-ns arranged at moderate charges at MESSRS.' BAWDSN BROS. HULL BLOCK HOURS: 10 to 1; 2loS MISS E. W. ;