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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Till- UCTHWimUK DAILY HERALD' THURSDAY. MAnCH 20, VAGK TEN BOYS HOME ON CEUTIC Taylo Sffft. IVrt Taylor. Mr and Mrs. Hugh. rv.i uli Avr.-s.: HO. I'aiup- bell, 1'te. llaroie. sou of Mayor llaiiiic: S'ippcr KoMu- 1 son. ton Sib Mrf :md lUvblnson. '.'10 .ipvH'r l.axtoi'. OTTWA, March govern inent caucus on the tariff, which open- TK th, caucus i> .0 4. viewVof tin- rnionUt as v! ihe sovernintiit ouphl to IIP. Dur- in" ill-1 ou liie address the two eitrenii'S of opinion as to ihe wire in tho bouse n-.em bers. of parliament in attendance at tody's caucus. Col. J. A. Currfe- vcic- "tlii- protectionist viewpoint and j of Maple Creek, presi- dent oi llu- Saskatchewan Grain Growers, that of the western farmer.. Strong Western The western viewpoint was empaa- rieJ in letter roceivoJ this.m all we'lcrn memtwri from William Wood. Ml' A- secretary of the Mam loba Grain Growers' Association, con dining resolution passes by lha train growers, whii'u said: -We look to western members c: house of commons for an inflciibla 4aud on the fanners' platform." The resolution, states that as agri- (i'liure is -basic industry of Can- -.iil. and that as the war is over, delay not continue in tariff changes. There, te no reason why substantial p'Jgress'should not he made at once. Tiie resolution fays further that ssorbilant coat of living lo tho ii.miuon people must DO reriuccd if ei-tual want is to be avoided.'' At the conclusion of the caucus, -was prolonged. Sir Thomas >Vb.ile stated that 23 members had iiSen part iu the discussion anil dies' 3 allowed beven minutes each. Only the tariH was discussed, and B uprossed the opinion loal no m- l-.iraulo difficulties presented them- selves lo arriving at a reasonable con- clusion ithicli would wect ibc- vww j He said tho discussion was conducted with moderation and there wus no SUE- j geslion of schism, Sir Thotuas stated to Ihe Canadian >ress Ihst he had out to tbe thst a ji-ncral revision ol Hie taken place periodically CoalUurst. arrived ill Cat.- ada on the v'ellic -.mil will reach .Vil'crta about Monday next. Till CASES Tor Spring and 1907. Snow does Away Farmers There nal been, a Think Conditions dooU revision In a srncral revi- sion after a full inquiry by would have taitn. place in tor the var. Our Will Hold Invtsti'sation j CHAMPION. Mim'li FriilaJ 1- was stated, he eaU. that after I lailies of the NiSiim normal conditions retu.rr.ed a general hl.w a masquerade ball that -evHon would be necessary. .ThlsL, trc.al Mark's liall crowded to capacity with dancer- in- and whole evenm M-as voted disihicl success. Th uninsskeil at 1. Announcing Complete Spring.Stocb Throughout Every DepL of this Big Store for Friday and Saturday Shoppers Fealurina the greatest variely o( general dry-goods, millinery and outer and under garments ever presented lor Ihe approval of the women of this city and district, and at prices which again forcibly demonstrate the fact that it means mucli money saved to shop at Clarke s. Our Ready-to-Wear Section is Now Showing a, Its Finest Easter Stocks Aiirariivit .13 Ken Iho showing of previous se; should he accomplislud' atii-r'an quirv by llw minister of finance, as Ijy western and eastern minis ._...... _. ers who couM hold conferences at hulljttj coi'jpe'.itors unmasked at 1. vhich these bavins conflictinginter-! o'clock, and the prize winners wen-j ests could atttnd and all the dilterent, and priics ilislriuule.l. j nterests of the country could be fully judges were Mrs. K. Anderson, j considered. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Cook anU Mr.. In acini; prime minister he was confident ihlt measures could be ukeu and au- noancemtnts made as to the future whlci would carry the-judgment ot the Unionist party and would detriment to the national interest. attempt will he made to form a polut iodnstrial council of the building trades of the ciiy oJ Toronto. FRIDAY We lave a big of freth wwrted roH- mf, wUek irrire for OM V Fuk arrive in bnyinj from get tub that u Ac freshest araiabk. SOLES 12c. pcrlb. WITCHES 12c. SMELTS, 15c. CLEANED WHITE FISH i 121 per Ib. bare aUo a FRESH AND SMOKED FISH, CRABS, SHRIMPS AND OYSTERS TO CHOOSE FROM. BURNS CO. luckley. of Vulcan. The prize win re Mrs. Uuugkis. Miss K. 51. Vdanif. Mrs. Clunubt-rlimi. Miss llclvor. Miss M. -McGregor. Miss I.. J.oyd. Miss X. Ijjblian. MisJ Eilnil Orr Mr. Depue and Mr. C. Starr. The music was supplied by the Cham- pion orchestra. A farewell pany tor L. Hill-1 :ck was held at the home of Mrs. Orr on Monday evening, given hy I tlio Clianipion Sunoay school. Aliuut ivveniy.five were present, including "liullock's Sunday liullock was the superintendent of [lie Sunday school .prior lo hir ill- ness. is now going back to her old home iu .Michigan, where she hope5 to recover her lieailh. and iftc hest wishes of all her will follow her to ber new spheres of ac- lirity, week the village council passed a by-law inakins it necessary for every rooming-liouse and hotel in ihe viUa'ee .to oMaiD a license, without i which it -will he illegal to operate. The bylaw- comes imo effect on tlie first lot April. At the time ot writinj inert is derable sickness in the, village and islrict. particularly among the chi! ren. Some casts of 'flu arc report d. htit it is thought that for the nios'. art it is colil. accompanied by fore hroat. The firm of Bros, and Geddes is now represented here b_ Mr. P. -M. Crouch, of .CalKlrv. Mr. I and his wife and son pent the winter in Portland, Ore. They are now- in residence here, occii wing ihe house owned by Mr. and recently being known as the Laugh-a-Lot. The cliinook ou iMontlay ciit the bot- tom out of the sleighing, and the roads "ivill BOOH be good for the wheels. Most of the moisture is going Inlo the ground, and t'no farmers ar feeling good about it. Mrs. W. K. Anderson of tbe Hank off Hamilton entertained the ladies of the N'ig'ntingale Cluh on Monday evening for dinner and an evening's entertainment. Mrs: Anderson proved to be. a gooil-h03tess.'and the-ladies ire still talking about eve- ning yet.'' LABOR BUREAU HEAD HERE J. W. Mitchell Paying Local Branch a Visit Today J. Vi'. Mitchell, former aclirts secrc- lary of Ilia provincial (T. V. A. and now director ot the Alberta Govern- ment Employment IJureau, is in tiie city on business connected with liis department. IVith him is A. E. Hume, field Eucrclary for the Alberla Ad- visory Committee, with headtiuarteis at Ottawa. ;Mr. Hume went overseas in December. 1916, ivith the SUi Cana diau Railway Troops. SUITS fSS.Oti to SKIRTS Colors sand, taupe, navy anil Hack. 10.00 HAXDSOMB NOVKI.TV SKIHT3 in bcantilnl Bilk's and worsted in the new "rlpcs, checks niul plaids. A splendid variety to choose iyi TQ from. Sln.OO to MI LMiGK WOMKN'S SKIRTS. I'laiii serges, sllki anil novelty materials in sizes up 10 tQ inch waistbands. lo as mvn lhi> showing of previous season's none have .....'for licatily of desijrns nnd wi.le variety of choice wilh the splendkl slock whii'h now awaits your selection licre. In suits and coals, in skirts and dresset, in and peltScsats, li.l silk and wool swealers, and pull-ovcrs-in all thfse and under aarmenls you will find a splendid choict of garments just suited to your figure anj at price! to suit your purse, COATS HAXUSOMK VKI.OUIt Lovely sniatt styles hi Ihe new shades of I'ckin, old rose, moss, taupe, etc.Kjuall and ren-'CC ft A nlar sizes. S175'J to SI'LHN'illl) COVEUT .Many handsome styles in beltctl anil'full box effects. Small, reg- ular and largo sizes. rr nn 54; M to JJ.UV SMAHT TWEED I'OATS-Uelte.l and loose styles. Sonic s.lik lined in very handsome matert'tls for street or auto wear. cjv nn JEIISEV SL'ITS-Vciy styles in Ihe liew hiRh col- ors of bine, old rose. sand. etc. Heavy jersc.v cloth, love- tf rn It- Bariilcnts. S50.W to SKIIOE ANI) GAUKHDINK SV1TS --.Vew leltcd and hox coats iu very handsome ami dressy mciits. offering a wouderlul var- iety of clioite. beaulifully hraiilcii or plain tailored ctfocls In a ratiBfl of excellent clolh; colors sand, moss, oavy. black, etc. OC ft ft SCC.Olo 03.UU l.AHGK black nnd grey, sizes to CQ More New Trimmed Hats JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS to Lovely new Kaster models fcl French and American pallern hats just 10 hand for P. iday and Saturday choosing. THESE HATS ARE ALL CONFINED TO THIS STORE FOR LETHBRlOGE AND WE HAVE BUT ONE OF A KIND. Stncks now offer an excep- tionally fine variety ot choice. WAISTS DRESSES 1. fine serges in UiV very besl styles ever shown here. All sizes, colors navy, sand, taupe, Much, flc. fn AA to ow.vv SM-VHT SII.K Taffeta and meMclaiue 'iii very eftcclivo now styles anil colors featuring the latest ruffles, and over-skirts. CQ QQ WOolJ JElisBV sand and taupe in siralg'nt line ami overskm effects, many heaiitifully braided. 551.50 UP 45.00 PETTICOATS I.O'VBLY C-liEPE DE CHINE WAIST.S- attrjclive neiv styles we have ever shown, or low neck, beautifully -trimmed wilh In and fine laces. liAXlVsOME" (iKillUlETTK tractive and oladuratc- styles, in nil the -l o ..vauted color.--. S7.J1 to -1 J I'KBTTV SEW VOILE Hnality materials in white nnd flesh col- 'J ors. Haiidsoinely embroidered. {'1.50 Most High cking SILK KUPPLK lop wilh shot filk ruffle to match. Shown in Ihe e nn ucw novcltv colors..................... XOVPl.TY" TAFFETIXE novi'lly plaids In colors ohl rose, royal blue. iiiBllvii and green, very pK-lly J QQ SHOT TAFKKTA of. excellent quality taffcla in full size for Citra largo women. .Various Q colors J7.UU (Rompers WASH CREPE ROMPERS "to '.ears. Colors pink, white, jky'aml dark blue. Var- ious si iff. and BOYS' WASH SUITS and various colors in lluster Hrown, Norfolk anil vnr- iuim.oihcr styles: Siws up lo 6. to BOYS' SWEATERS AND ODD. PANTS Genuine Scotch knit goods. Orcv. navy and hrnwn. Sizes 20 10 to wtsir, to ODD PANTS Tweeds, tottonadcs and hrc.-.vi conluroy. Si7.n 4 to 10 years Special to All Over Aprons Very special-values in two big lols. Made of washing, gooi] quality prints in light, med- ium and dark colors. Liberal, full rut in skirt, splcnilhl fitthlK and well sewn throughout. MAIN HfARKf.T THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 412 AND Fox) 9-T9S2 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 43! Canada Food Board Rtlail License Ho. 9-7951 DOMINION MARKET COR, 4TM AVE. AND ST. 3. DOMINiON FISH MARKET PHONE 1654 PHONE 545 t Cinida foot Boafrf Rrt.ll Lker.te No. 9-795< IT TAKES COURAGE (From the .New To live according lo your convic j lior.s. To be what you arc and not pre- 1 tend to be what you are not. To say ".W srvnarcly and firmly hen those around you say "Ves." To live honestly wilhin your means nd not dishonestly upon Ihe means f To sneak Hie truth when by 'a little revaricattort you can get idvanlagc. To refuse to knuckle down to and end Ihe. knee to the -wealthy, even hough you are poor. UTien mortifleil anil embarrassed I iv. humiliating disaster, lo seek In your ruins the elements of future 3IICCCEK. To refill lo do a thing which is because olhers do it, or be- cause it Is customary and tlonc Iradc. To stay home evenings and try lo Improve yourself when com- rades spend their evening liavlns a good llriir. To remain in honcat [loverly while others grow rich cjiiestionaljlu Ihucln nlilch you onild easily To refrain from gossip, when ollitrs aiioul you delight In it and lo stand for an absent person wlio 'K being Not In limil Hie kn-jc to iiopnlnr lire, iuilltf. tiul stand liTinly orcct wliil olhirs are howlng anil fawning for pniis.e iiower. Our Yard Goods Department Gains .New Friends Day ._. Hero is-shown a variety of dress goods ami silks, staiiles and wash ere tonnes, cuna'ta scrims. in greater variety of choice'ihnnUs shown hy many stores' in the larger ccillres. TABLES, SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE FILLED TO OVER-FLOWING. WITH A CHOICE COLLECTION OF ALL THE WANTED GOODS OF THE SEASON, .FEAT, URING MANY OUTSTANDING VALUES AND MANY MATERIALS IN .WEAVES AND COLORS THAT ARE NOW ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO GET. SILKS i DRESSGOQDS WASH SATIXS-Klcsh :.twl i Sl'I.E.NWI) QUALITY white. inches wiue. -I 71" 1 -3S inches-wide. N'lce.. tirtn Splendid .weight clolh. Colors sau.l.. WASH DUIIABILITV i tauiie. burgundy, brown. -I yr 1 KTllir-KD WASli' KII.KS- -JO I" Wiile grnnm'l will: various col- orctl slrliies. 35 inch. Special........ I-IA1S- AND SHOT TAFFBTAS AN'D MKSS.E-. Sl'ccial lot in all Ihe new colors. and shot effects. Very special. 3.50 1HNCH XATuilAi, HAW wcif.lll. raccllCTI 'qi'-al'ty- special 75c valno........................'.......... STAPLES ''.-VJTCII C1NC1IAM. New ar.if plalila "in various colors. All washable. ?MI 'i siV iioViPKR 'ci.oTiis.'-i'hin <-oi- ors All fast colors a', last yard's wide. Heavy round thread that gives the. best 1.00 Li'S'KN CRASH' weight c'loth 'anil IS inches witle. 30c OiKCK Indies -wide. JP- Fine anil firm. Kxtra special .......i. goods for skirts and thihlrcn's wear. ____ Special............... ULAClv TUSSAII clean Hcarcc coods anil' sellinir al old iiriccs. o C 42 and M inches a'l lo J.I J TAILOKS1 N'AVV inches wide. Lltra fine quality English serge. g Cft price. Fawns i QQ onlv. ol inches wide. Special value WASH GOODS WASH plain colors. 2S ill. r-A wiilc. weight..................- 'WHITE I" widths, bnlcndld i.vnricly (if and .heavy cords. Special 1 QQ 'values' Me lo COTTON scarce, goods! nnd shown here in many grades. 36 lo M t or inches wide. to.................... l.i-J r'IN'1-: and stripe White and dainty colors. Many as chcan ns year, ode to..........., FINK and colors. 3r, lo 40 Inchos wide. Splcntlid variely. -1 ftA tin. in OutstandingValues and great Variety in this Glove and Hosiery Department but inaKcs of Ihe very as low as those ot one and two years ago PJllOBsi MUCH liraAin V.'OilTll. unsiFRY i GLOVES HUblbKT j v vMnc 1" I.ISI.K speelal, vame lllack, wnHc. chamois, etc., J 25 p, i- vain... Colors blact, white and........ gjj. Mlra 'llOSK-Two special lines. oi.OVKs'-'iiVa'ck'and t lively rine quality. Black, .white an'l tn l.W liosii-'i'ialii' 'culo'rV ami Flrlpc.l jinii'llw. All colors to choose. 1.25 plain colors In lawe. sand, urty, jiccn, cold, hrown. 2.00 ing. Very smart and dressy, Al; OHBY glovo with hlack alltchlng. Same iitlcc as o JQ years New Sweater Coats and Pullovers IN WOOL OR'SILK A lovely new showing b( these new garments (ealuring some extra spe- cial values, NBW wonl gnoils ill new colors AA and slylcs. lo.. IV.WW XBW WQOI, Fine pure wool corals, 1 AA various slyles. (10 SKW SII-K I'UI.LOVKIIS-Vcry handsome goods In llnfg Koch hlnv. olc. Oft AA j 16.50 lo fcV.wW HANDSOM BST 8WBAT- sinrtrt. .slylca in two color combination or healli- o 6l4 THIRD AVE- SOUIH CLARKE LU. LETHBR.DGE ALBERTA or inlxtiires ?30.0U ami 32.50 ;