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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETiinmnoR b6aiilirully huloreil nuil nUradivo {vnrmonU. Never xVvor before hnve we shown siu'-U.-n vnnoly suUs, ,S, skids, ilivsscs, wnisls, us are flow on tlispl.iy lor rnxiT, MOST BEAUTIFUL SUITS ARE SI I OWN HER E- STRICTLY TAILORED SUlTS.-N.u.v, brown, green and M.ick. f-o.OO to....................................... LATEST'NOVELTY SUITS.-Apple, eold, Ian, black and white, etc. J25.00 to SEMI-NOVELTY SUITS.-A1I the staple colors. UlB variety. ?-27.uO 10 W001. JERSEY newest sprlus suits, llljh Easter Values in Hosiery Gloves SILK LISLE HOSE. All ladles' sizes. rJQc lllacli only. K" BOOT GLOVE0 SILK' HOSE! 'New' rausJ of 'colors LARGEST VARIETY OF COATS THIS VICINITY LATEST VELOUR COATS.-I'lnlll ami checks, FOWLS'GUARANTEED GLOVES. rjg Vli-Vst o'hQ grade Complete In sizes and colors..... tnwu CHAMOISUEDE GLOVES. While, 1 Og mole. etc. Special value................. i.-u .V Well oRESsTcoVEHT COATs'.-ShoVl'nnd Ihrco-ciuarte. lengths. ssoqo K POPLIN (ioATS.-I.oose ami hcltc.J styles. Lovely SILK POPLIN COATS. Kanncms a Dressy unrincnts shown. COMPLETE SIZES, SMALL, MEDIUM AND More New Dresses To Hand SILKS AND SERGES In a splendid showing of styles, and colors at to Dresses we have been gettinE this season have sold on sight. Consequently we have not had a bis variety oi choice, but would ndvlse an early look at this new lot if you rcirulrc such garments.. Front Lacing Gossard Corset lit Most Complete. Variely A model (or every type ol figure at a price to suit every Gossard corset.' KM the only make o! ulgb. graclo lacing corsets produced ftfi in Cauada, consequently -are much lower In prlco tiau even inferior models brought in from the U. S. Slight rig-m'e Models anil Medium Figure Models ipl-M. 1-57.00, SS.OO. Heavy rigiive Models .94.50, ?fi.50 antl EKira SPECIAL VALUES IN SPECIALLY PRICED SILKS THAT YOU WANT HlGHT NOW SILK CREPE DE CHENE. All colors. l.jjQ Special WASH SILKS. Plain and Moral designs. 3G inches WASH CREPES! Flesh, maize, white, hlack. i 2g 3u inches TAFFETA SILKS. All colors plain and shot. Yard COLORED RAJAH SILK. Specially pur- (jjg N chased BLACK SILK POPLIN. 30 inrhy. Special BLACK DUGHESSE SILK. 35 inches 'L''J' 5 ___________ _______________ New Easter Waists fust to Hand by Express A most atlracltve anil com- plete display now umilts your JuJEmcnt nnd In daintiest onJ most styles yet shown. New Georgette Waists -I n fC.BOto........... 1U.UU Habutal Silk .WalsU Black r.nd while. ?2.50 Colored Silk Wnlsts For suits. 55.00. to 7.09 chene Ujht, dark. 53.00 to of Skirts jn Serges, Silks, Tweeds and Valours A larte and ivoll assorted Block now awaits your early approval. Each the licsl obtainable value ot Its klml mnl Elylea tlu.t are cicluslvo Ihls.atorc. to NATURAL RAJAH SILK WAISTS. flft DY WAISTS. New coat styles. 1 >7C _____ DAINTY VOILE WAISTS. anil -j SWRC Skirls SillvSUirts liiio.QQ to 1.7.5Q' VcliHirSUirls i Acadia Block Ladles' THE verse view l.on sea lord, was not founded on teconlcal least oaval objections, but upon his prefer- ence for c ililtcrem objective in a totally different sphere of operations. The delay in sending troops, Mr. As quiti continneJ, wajtdue to the miiuii which must be clsscl- satclicd alter it is crushsd." MANY BOYS RETURN tul I tne criticisms jsvtri int auuii-, u man endowed with formidable psr-1 _, n Hc.'vc. pedition ,lity and disposed by i his own h "Rut it Is a ci'stake ______......._ _____ ol the troops In the Turkish am.y and to the favorable events consult military opinion as to the con- duct of the war. That Is untrue, tut It is true that durlns tbs early months of Ihe war be acled as his own chief of stnlL i "Wien war brote out the general staff were sent to the front Their places -were (alien by otnceri who had Persia. EEyp, Mesopotam and SeiEt. n. Reeve.________ The o( Seville live principally on vegetables with an oc- 'f bread. UPPER CLASSES IN GERMANY HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR WAR Ottawa, Mar. a me: places wtie ia.vi.-ii H..-V..---------- Eage from France to the people of been, in retirement The best and CanaOa, JIarcil Knecht, rcprescnta- Ihnt time was rt> Trprirh ambassatlor at Con. A f forThe I JlM- ber of lr.c kajii.s busincs. to tho niuniUoiis planls ol Mnss MilU loronio conj successful I Ihc town and irngatio-iibts; ol no Mr.lrj0Lj fjoins; to lln-, 1st. m tnl, meal of dried fish PERSONALS n i lscs authority at that time was Lord liilchener himselt. Upon no man in history had a heavier bnrden neea anil nothing fills me with great- er indignation ll.an the attack made on Lord Kitchener whose memory in no danger, and live." Mr. Atquith Dardaceites was primarily a naval ons because Lord Kitchener proved to (Le EaiUIaction of the war councl iveoY the French amhassailor at Weshlnglon, anil special delegate of the Effort of Krance Society. Is par- ing a brief visit lo Ottawa. The aim o[ the is to make known tne troth o[ the war and o! the allies' to the allied people lo the, neutral nations ol Ihe world. "At tu me j Sn0" I bid the potato is a needless says the Board of Health. The potato is seventy-five per cent water and the rest is mostly s It is a good food when in combination with not worth cents a pound. Cut meat, eggs and high-priced' vegetables and stick to cereals and fruits. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits this object ia view lectures have given throughout France and delcgatfJ ol Ite. society have visiied Switzerland and the United States. manner expressed what he cd lo be the trull. o[ the great Cypress Hills Water Ir.ers In Hit chair. "Captain Peters, being called upon bv the chair, outlined the usual pro- cedure and emphaslied the need of local Bttcmlamc and local speakers. _ He believed Ihe local allendancj could he secured or" "l !ick PurpL" i The followins orEanlzalion to (111- i ISli I" nl Toronto. I in the award against tho iiioju 1m SKCOOOOOOlportant inunilloiu plant. Imlldcrs of auslv in United Slates. Yourdcalerhai'aeuppl of frosh SufikiB Cringes cvcrjr, day iesc ore tlio uniforml good orangcf. .Orjij iv.- Oranges Cree, __t KT- Him 1 I'flrnsoil _ the German Ideals.. On his lauicrs y, aad in rixmonthz side he Is an Alsat.on. on his Vn.itcly well. My arpctilc came ci.ip man. lie repuui-. ___. n L jvr.-T T -m u i TTS3 Wk ar.d 1 gained in NOT, i am l- Chatham, have taken Dr. (cost two cents) with milk chains Ihe (Jcrmin I em Pitrcft's mrdicin'; wUh Ef-wl a-i writ r.n clnwn, lost my spprtita in.l pit vt-ry thin. 1 took 'Kavmile iVc Prcf.-riplion' nr.tl '1'lr.vanl I'clklfi' and llic two modirincshaillmonr m a very -tort, of lime OT (tat. I