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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiumsruv, mahcii 21. ism* THE Wimttinc.i'. i).\II.Y HKKAL!) PACK NIXE "H - + CORSETS HOSIERY UND'WEAR YUANDS * THE BUSY STORE COATS SUITS DRESSES i Another Lot New Silk Dresses PHONE I2Z4 ^ O �T*  * * * *.# PERSONAL W ITHOUT a doubt the finest lot of Silk Dresses we , have ever shown. They will be on display bright and early Tomorrow morning, crisp, clever garments that . Will surprise and delight you with their originality in style and lovely materials. Clever Taffeta Dresses at $20.00 and $22.50. Char-meuse satin dresses at $22.50 to $30.00 and a galaxy of other fashionable materials. Made up into the finest lot of dresses ever brought to this city. i F Smart Serge Dresses, $15 to $28  .1 -With a style all their own. They come in all the new shades and materials. At present you have for your selection over 100 serge dresses. Everyone absolutely new and in the better dresses. No two alike. See them early tomor- > * * > > > *> * *> o > h + At the Bay Si Prince I*upt.Tt h;ul a w;u For fancy hut und \vav;i H;id he hist nitfhf in p;t (.iUmceti in tin- infill II; The nutito ohl "t'ro J1*1))' cllitll^e io this "'� �suit 'cm:'  - � t i - i u A)y;\ 1\ \Y, fVnru'l'utlHT Iris ri'iuni ! iwl from Ko^inu. I h-r snn , I �> tu\ who \ recently undcrwoni ;in opprnt ion lor appe-JulicjtlM arrivim! Uu^ moi n:t:t; io visit hih pur^-nis.  m r j Mr;- KnuiK c *citpmn n nod Ali.s.s | K!nrmi'.'�uitii ; uvm\v department huvi: hIidwiti;: of i(s newe: ; KiuhIh. The linen flop.:. I-eehilly HUntvllvt'. Ti; � clodiH .'irid oiJmr nriifU^ for dozens of Kastrr ii1. fumed Hie nir deli^Iitt'til: The whole, store; was ther'i; lovely spring flo must have been huwlre i evory .-keif and cunufi" > > gram -Woom.' Whito twined with nasinrtinm.-lAt'in'Aa] J'lowejs also touch. OnwjiMalrs the spriii. ^Thgltums artUIiea 11 y d i -one feel summer was n-. a peej) into the shoo i\. while kid and canvas Hht)ca were displaj laok siiks and satins also cn displajr, Separate Skirts Show An Immmense Variety in Material HfciY A.RE STRAIGHT but frequently pleated, sometime*', full enough to be �practical, tucked and sometimes made witn tunics, rockets have again been found indispensable, but they are usually slashed. Plain and cheeked velours, gabardine, t.ricotine. Poiret. twill sorge, crepe do Chine, ntriued. poplin, satin and plaid taffetas and wash ihg- s il Its a re us ed for th ei r fashioning. Prices from $10.00 to $27.50 Mr and T\lr*. \V. .T. Watson of Hfh id 1 I street. left, for Virtorhi yesierda>. niradf ! .Mr:'. Watson, wha lias be' � i � 11! i;; r-l't a nd  '�� l: �/]'{�u mi per' n ii-n Mrs Mei>uiu�hl of iv lug her daughter. All nolds. Itlil'l) !S VI: It \V. i . Uev Mrs. town. N. J. Hlidges of 'I'll imm is in 11 i ! I'd YV i, il �i lid 1 tiere j : in-ill, t'nr liii'-d a I'r.i-'' ;/.-, inter-:.d f>'.!iei' ai-ivi' ;i brighi #.* �.* > * I L SOCIAL EVENTS � .4 t-v ^. .-. ,s ^* G ^ ^ j ;\lrt;. \V. Ii. Hurnett entertained in-. at tea yesterday afternoon. : \ formally ;ur,-li-^ and ; � - * ''O'ed made ; Mrs. J. A. Vouifg is en(eruiining! "i*i' and ; this afternoon Cor Mrs. .1. H. Hiohard-  :a.�. a; wliere ; sou, who is leaving nexl njonth to re* Mippers and Kilde in .Seattle. � eiitr*.' table \ * *  u ? > o The old proverb " prevention is better than cure" is another way of saying use Lifebuoy Soap. Start using it to-day and see that the children use it. The mild antiseptic odor vanishes quickly after use. At Aii Grocers Lever Brothhrs Limited TORONTO i * ' v.'iiere me \t� 1 i:vi( Und"I'- ; c-. i I lie \)&-.-'t nil cleared ; .*. > ciiun and 1 bv raw a .ir pi �A- 1 CLUBS AND SOCIETIES %* v  � *>  > #:* *:* #T* the Vefraus' connnilteo will be able ty sent by tiie V.M.C.A. to entertain 1 M(.n. her- of ihe K^i,r, S',r .,,-e i U> nu'c'1 l!u> lr:iins- rulT* UlG-v T') niilitnry eamps. Miss I'nmor has of chair.,.-. Down this ir,- ,U)d,ls ua'.U-jusked tn' at tbv Ued rro^/roJm, j V? 'VOrd in !his "ay ^ey JmfVt5 "� ' !mVl0 '.'n viil!,ie, ^^�l|on as a vi�- ed one nt a time at, hre.vals ot Vive ' tumnrrmv aft^oen lur ,ening. I,�.th" 1 T f U; lh/, ff 0l'Ilia" iin rt iN�' sht' kh aceompan- % * .lion and they are desivoim of being pre- led by tour youns women friends. The M.xjor Jack Hnsn chapter. l.O , O.I-;.. will unci tonight ,-t( 7.^.") at the' Aide. T. Chase Casgrain exper.tH to the rehabilitation of France. In about leave shortly for a trip through the I two mouths' time Mde. Casgrain win �west iu tho interests of the fund for*.sail for England and France.  minutes. Here, the meniber^ :\\ rue Sir Alexander. GaU: Chapter l.OL.K. .for, the benefit of ihoir cluipf :. d us i*ra^e- i Ked Cvu'as :l demonstration of! tin suit and the littU girl in pink ' enjoyed a and dresB making a nretty picture, rep-! l!,oil"l'JUS (:U0 ,jf il whl'|,J waiting for resenting, the sniri^ '.�f spring. |1 u> orchf,5:int i0 s,riUe 11P Special1 meni io: n- tan suit woin -Onmld bo made of Miss Hoxy Arni- tlu� second fiour. L L ihe orchestra, I should mention, was Rex Theatre, Coalhurst TOMORROW (FRIDAY) NIGHT Best Music Tickets at Door Proceeds for Lethbridge Veterans' Club Recently the Next of Kin association of Lethbridge have been active in taking up with the Dominion Government by letter and through the iocal member. .Mr. Buchanan, a number of important matters with regard to the soldiers and their dependents. One of j silks, satins. ci� . among the dresses, these was the right of a soldier's wife � The suits v/. re all in dull colors, strong. This suit v. nh Uaton coat was i tiu- famous Waddington one. and they embroidered in Ir.hrii; colored worsteds j guve through (he evening some very and was exceptionally pretty, with it j beautiful numbers, she wore a bright i ed hat. -Mrs. Mr-Guiro wore a lovt-y black taffeta with touches of blacn and white laces. Also a very pretty gre> taffeta. Kvidently taffetas are to be j' '-mlar. A tan coat dresg 'worn by '.\i:. s Armst rong had very pretty lines. 'P.ere were muslins, to file on homestead by proxy, .ami an- greys, taupe-, urn and blade. Some other was regarding holding, of tho I bad vests, others long roll collars of Ulood reserve for soldiers. The following letters have been received from the Ottawa authorities by Mrs. Barkley, president of the aasocla-i tiOii here, regarding the matters; Tha Homesteads. Dear Madam: - white satin or tai.. - J a y. 1" n' il the hastii\g day Has run Hut to the cven-san^: And. having prayed together, we Will go along with you. We have .short rime to stay as you We have as short a spring; As (pdck a growth to meet decay, As ynu, or anything. We die As your hours do, and dry A w a y. Like to the summer's rain. Or as the pearls of morning's dew Xe'cr to he found again. U()]J til IT H10UK1OK. * * * ^ * * > O * > * I'i  rident Wilson's daughter Margaret entertained :">,UU0 Camp Cptnu soldiers by sinking theru. * A- Mine. M*.dba. the opera singer, is made a Uauie Commander of the Or-der of the Hri:isn Umpire. USE "GASH" FOR LIVER AND BOWELS for i general *-* L i i beautiful coats wcr- worn. The shades j on account of the washout on the CP. ( in these were bright, the, bine ! ones being especially pretty. I yports dresses wre shown, one a rose silk sweater bound with white and worn wit!) a white satin skirt. Verv Be 100 Efficient and Save . UT out this advertisement and bring it io our office. It will entitle you to a discount of 10 per cent, from our regular, moderate prices. You cannot lie fully 100 per cent, health efficient if. your teeth are imperfect. At the minimum of time, cost and discomfort to you we will re-create ynu broken down and decayed teeth. And your health will improve by leaps and bounds. Ours i3 a constructive science--a building un process. Nor will we causa you necdleBs pain. PHONE 363 i Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK I pretly shoes jjnd gloves ware worn T am in receipt of a- communication, with these dresser. Ml samples of the dated the 21st of February last, from fine stock curried by the Hudson's your association, forwarding certain I Bay. resolutions passed by the association! �About half pnst nine there was an tit a meeting held on the ISth of { intermissioiy of hnlf an hour and ice j ni^hfone heard the highest praise of February. ' cream and cake were passed to the j the taste and good management of the J Imvever, they a re expected in a few dnvs and will be the finest dreys-es and coats ever seen in Lethbridge. Tho decorations of the Hay managed by Mr. Soa'res deserve special praise. Miss Ceilings, who arranged i he parade, carried it through in a Kplen* v v v v ; v v v v  Miss I'onstance Collier was* Mrs. Uuntly Druminoud's guest while in Montreal and Lady Shaughncssy gave a dinner for Miss Collier and inr Mr. .1 ohn Harry more while they were iu Montreal. * # * Miss Margaret Wilson, daughter of the President, of the I'nited Stales, announced at the Wissiihiokon Mar-racks. Naval Reserve Force, that she She has been did manner. Manager Smith is to be 1 is going to France, congratulated on the success of his ) singing at all the e'untomnems in the! spring showing and on all sides last I east. i i Wjth reference to the first para-:MK� oro'V(i !'-v mt>:j,bers �r ,he Ba-V I graph of your letter 1 mav say that fttaff. 'tho present regulations provide that Downstairs in te- grocery depart-the wife of a soldier may, provided he , is eligible for a homestead, make proxy entry on his behalf and on submitting proof of his enlistment, tho entry would bo protected while he is on active service. I am enclosing herewith n copy of the form of Requisition for lilntry by Proxy. Proxy entry obtained subsequent to enlistment would not. however, entitle the entrant to count as tho performance of residence the time he was on fict-ive military service. In the case of a settler who has obtained entry for a homestead previous to enlistment'il. is already provided that the period of his military service will count as the performance of residence on bin homestead. The! other representations made in your letter will be referred to tho Soldiers' Settlement Board and tho Department of Indian Affairs respectively. Youth very truly, W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. The Blood.Reserve. Dear Madam: - A copy of your letter of the 21st ultimo, addressed to the .Secretary of Htni.e, Ottawa, Canada, has been referred to me; with- reference to the portion of your communication which comes under the jurisdiction of this Department, namely, the request **thut the Government hold the Blood Reserve for men who have done their bit in France instead of colling it to speculators," I have to say that this request has been before tStm I>f5�art-mfcnt lor some time and will ta giveu ev�|w consideration. Yours trulv, U lTN0AN c. scott, whole display. The hats were supplied by Miss Cameron. Miss MeLeay, Miss Tilney. Miss Johnston and Miss Scott. When Bilious, Headachy, Sick, Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad Colds, -- ., }t' Get a 10-cent T>ox. Take a Cascaret tonight io cleans* your IJver, Stomach and Bowels, and you will surely feel great by morning. You men and women who have headache, coated tongue, a bad cold, ar� bilious, ne'ivoiiB, upset, bothered with a sick, RaHsy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. Are ymi keeping your bowels clean with Casearettt-or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cuseaivta immediately cleanse and regulate the aiomach. remove the sour. indiccsU'd aud fermenting food and oul leaden; take the excess bile from h'OU1' <*T^r means head Don't rtisement I of the late Hubert Jamieson. pioneer j "c:!Ull[ I,0.w*! :il:!,on: a ('lear Presbyterian minister of H. C h m !Ui r,,t,"rf,}l"es:; r�r ;aion'hs-her way to Prance with a concert par- 1!t;ctl Uu: ^Hidren.-Aiiv^rtis, i 1 t what you used to be It's what you are today Business reputation, like an almanac, is only useful if it's kept up to date. Last year's reputation and last year's almanac are musty by-igones. * I We Ave "Now" Tailors We go not ask you to buy from us on our past reputation, but on our present service. Our line for spring, 1918, is larger and more complete than ever before; our service is more nearly faultless.' WE WANT AN OPPORTUNITY TO PROVE IT. T. C RIDPATH, Tailor to Mer and Woaien 407 5th St S. Phone 730 Lethbridge, Aita - r, i ;