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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L-��tlT3mi)(ii'- UAII.Y UFJIALI) PAGE NINE CORSETS HOSIERY UND'WEAR COATS SUITS DRESSES "I^ITHOUT^ a do!ibt:the finest lot of Silk Dresses we ^�^ 'Kave ever" shown. They will be on display bright .and early Toniorrovyr morning, crisp, clever garments that" , Will surprjs^e tind 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 tip jinto the finest lot of dresses ever brought to this city. , ; Smart Serge Dresses, $15to$28 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 dress= es. Everyone absolutely new and in the better dresses. No two alike. See them early tomor- row. Hundreds of New Suits Now In Stock, More Every Morning Wo ar6.doing o wonderful business In. our Cloak.and .Suit Department those clays, and peop)e who have been "shoppliiB" / tell ua we hdvo the finest and'largest stock In the city. EVERY XSARMENT.wo 'show .was acloctcil by our buyer who has Just Toturned ti'om the oast, and they are the'LAST WORD in stylo and material. Make an early Selection. At the Bay Store I l^rlnce lluporl had n wni y .ye i For fancy hat and waviiu; pluuif, Had ho last night In pii;>:i!,K hy aiancotl In the bright lit ii|i;rt I goods. Tlio linoir dopart:iii'iii wii.'i ij.s-fpeclHlly nttruc'tivo. Thr sninv table-cloths and otlior articles ui daniapk and linen providing n, priiU.v iKukKronnd for dozens of Easier llli's \vliU:h perfumed tho air dellghtfuU.v. The frhole storn \va� (liM'oralrnl wlil\ thosQ lovely spring fioi\luiil lln-n^ must have boon liundrml'; of tiieni, for every .sl;eIC aiyl corner (�(nitainPd ii fragrant -Ijiooni. Wlilte laidces intertwined wltlt nastiirtinnis nUuir artificial flowers also wavn a bright touch. Downstairs the spring imisliuK and gnigliams artistically di-iilaycil nuulo one feci .sumtnor was no; far off and a poop Into the shoe dcpailiiiuat wlierc whito kid and canvas slii'ipors and shoes were displajod, on . hail unil"r-gon(' a complete ^cliiiiiso in tho ! toWjdays./ The tahloa, uuri; all cjoarod j'away Intho ready-to-\\ Sir Alexander. .GaUi-Ghaptor l.O.lD.K. .fo^ tlio ! benefit of ttieir "cha'pti r. iirtoil grace-I tul models for the display oi tho latest i New.York styles, ;.Tiu> ladies taking ; part'were,'Mi's. Kic'Giiirc, Itoxy ^^^^ ; Armstrong, Aksj! . I^owsett. -Mi^is - , ' I iEli�uboth DdjialdtoiHi dtljsl. Gladys Frith. � ., V ��. . , At olghl o'cIi)i-k the first liuly camo through the pretty white lattice gates at the end of tlic aisle,;which were opened by,LillU! Kileun' Waddington and Master Lconanl rioares, who acted as attendants. Tlie boy In a white .satin siiit and the iittl^ girl in pink cap and dress makinR a pretty pictiire, representing, the spirit of spring. Special'nienlloii .-ihoiild bo made of a ta^ suit worn by ".viiss Hoxy Arm-strong. This suit Avith Haton coal was embroidered in brislit colored worsteds and was exceptionally pretty, with it she wore a bright red hat. Airs. Jie-Guiro wore a iovely biflck taffeta with toiiciies of biacVv and white'lucos. Also a very pretty gi'py taffota. Evidently taffetas are'to be i)opular. A tan coat dress 'wonj by Mi.iri Armstrong hud very pretty Iliie.^. Tliero wore muslins, silks, satins, etc., among the dresses. The suits were all in dull colors, fereys, taupes, tan and black. Some had vesta, others long roll collars of white satin or tafieta. .Later some beautiful coats were worn. The shades ill, ttieso ' were liiiglit, the rose, blue ones being especially jiretty. SpSi'ts dresses were shown, one a rose sUk sweater bojind with while and worn' with a white stittn skirt. Very pretty shoes and gloves were worn >V 1th these dresses, all samples of the line, stock carried liy the Hudson's Bay. � 'About halt past nine tiiore was an Intermissioiv of half an hour and ice cream and cako were passed to the jingo crowd liy inenibers of the Bay staff. Downslair.i in the grocery depart- f. > c :� : ;. PERSONAL er Is in town. f   * > .;. .: .> .;. .;. �. ? : ? SOCIAL EVENTS ? � > ^ 4- X ^ .> ^ ^ ,(1 Mrs. W. B. liurnett entertained Informally ttl tea yesterday afternoon. m V t Mrs. .1. A. Yonifg is oiitertaliiing tills afternoon for Mrs. .1. H. Richardson, who Ik leaving next miinth to reside in Seattle. m m m Mrs. .1, Livingstone is entertaining lliis afternoon for Mrs. 1!. 15. McGregor who is leaving next week to reside at the coast.  * * O .;. :. .> .;. .;. .> .> e, � > CLUBS AND SOCIETIES > ? ? ? > ? > Tho second floor was packed again for the second part of tlie program, the spectators oven sat or stood on shelves along tho side and high up on boxes and counters. It would be impossible to describe all the lovely dresses worn, but tliey are on view now at the Bay. Mr. Smith and Jliss Colllngs, who Is In charge of the ladles' wear section, were much disappointed that some of tho Now York dresses' did not arrive on account of- the washout on tho CP. R. However, they are expected in a few days and will be the finest dresses and coat^ over .seen In Lethbridge. The decorations of the Bay managed by .Mr. Scares, deserve special praise. Miss Colllngs, who arranged the parade, carried it through In a splendid manner. Manager Smith is to be congratulated on the success of his spring showing and oh all sides last night one heard the highest praise of the taste and good management of the whole,display. The bats were supplied by Miss Cameron, Miss. Mcl..eay, Miss Tllney, Miss Johnston and .Miss Scott. It Cleans and Safeguards Lifebuoy Soap is always on guard against dirt and disease. Ih the home, at your work, for hands and face, for ishampoo and bath it 'will be found always on the watch against germ and microbe. Withal, the rich, creamy Lifebuoy lather makes it a real pleasure to use this " super soap." HEALTH 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 Ail Grocers- Lever BEOTiiaaa Limited TORONTO 174 the Vofrans" committee will be able to meet Die trains. Unless they receive word in this way they have no other means of getting the Information and they are desirous of being pre-.^ent to welcome the veterans liome. * �  ^ TO DAFFODILS. Fair daffodils, we weep to see Yon liaslc away so soon; ,-Vs yet the early rising sun Has not attained Ills noon; Stay, stay. Until the liasling day Has run Hut to the oven-soiig; And, having prayed together, we Will go along with you. We have short time to stay as you We iiave as short a spring; As (pilck a growth to meet decay, As you, or anything. Wo die As your hours do, and dry , Away, Like to the summer's riiln,' Or as the pearls of morning's dew Ne'er to be found again. ROBKRT HERRICK. *  T ? general ? * ? : ^ Constance Collier was Mrs. Huntiy Drummond's guest while in Montreol and Lady Shaughnossy gave a dinner for Miss Collier and for Mr. .lohn Barrymoro wliile they were iu Montreal. � Miss Margaret Wilsop, daughter of the President of the Un{tod States, announced at the; Wissahickon Barracks, Naval Reserve li^rce, tliat she is going to France. She has boon singing at all the cantonments in the east.  *  Miss Uunice Pressor, grand-daughter of the late Holiert Jamieson, pioneer Presbyterian minister of B,C, l;-i on lier way to Franco with' a concert par- ty sent l)y the \'..\I.C.A. to entertain in military camps. j.Miss Pressor has made an enviable rei^itation as a violinist in iN'ew York. She is accompanied by four young women friends. ' * �*,��' President Wilson's daughter Margaret entertained-li.OOO Camp Upton soldiers by aiugiug. ihera. .Mine. .Melba, thu opei;a singer, is made a Dame C.omnvander of the Order o" the Britis'li_.,l'ji�pire. USE"CnEIS"fOR LIVER AND BOWELS WHEN GONSTIPIITED When Bilious, Headachy. Sick, for Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad Colds. Gel a 10-cent box. Take a Cascarot tonight to oleansa your Ijlver, 6tomach and Bowels, and you will surely feel great by morning. You men and women who have headache, coaled tongue, a bad cold, aro billons, nervous, upset, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. Are you keeping your bowels clean with Cascarota-or merely forcini .a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pilis or coslor oil? Cascarets imuie(|iately cleanse and regulate the stomach, renio\ e the sour, uullccsted and fermenting food and out gases; take the excess bile from ho liver and carry off the constipated vasle matter and poison from ,tho .owels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will IralEhlen you out by morninB- A 10-onl box from your driigeist means loalthy bowel acllon;\ a clear head , nd ciiBorfijlnes;< for orgot tho children.-\ uionUis. Don't Adrertiaeinent It isn't what you used to be It's what you are today Business repulation, like an almanac, is only useful if it's kept up to date. Last year's reputation and las^ vear's^almanac are musty byigones. * We Are 'Wow" Tailors We do 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 ct^mplete than ever before;'our service is^ore nearly faultless. WE.WANT AN OPPORTUNITY TO PROVE IT. T. C. RIDPATH; Tailor toMeranJ Woinen 407Sth5tS. Phone 730 Uthbridgr; AlU-^ 05?438 ;