Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MAIICH 22, ISIfl THE a.K DAILY n K TAGE FIVE CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block The Famous "Gossard" Front Lacing Corsets Sold only at this Store in Lethbridge A lining mode! lo suit every (ignro nl. u price1 lo suit ovory purse, aro (lie :hig muL'c, buill; on I lie mostsoionlJlir lines, thn recognized superiors of all ol'hcr I'ront hieing sl.yles. To lie properly fitted wilii your SpviiiK (iown you should lirsi he fitted with your Corset, ;ind we olfcr the opportunity here (liis week with comjiletc now stocks Hint free fittings'for women of pnrticuliir tasif.s. Try these (jJo.ssiinl.s ami you'll prove lo. your own Hatisfaction llieir excellence ol' lit, comfort and super- ior value. Most bceuminK. i'ealuriiiK all ilie JjUcsl fads Imnmlil o'.u Uils SCUFOII in ii coiiKorvntivii way. iiisiinng Llio wearahllllj- and iiBcii'luess of each Individual ihe same lime llieir corrceineso, PRICES AHE A LEADING FEATURE TOO, BEING MUCH LOWER THAN SIMILAR GOODS HAVE BEEN SOLD FOR DURING PREVIOUS SEASONS. to Plain iiml [jcnii-Uiiloix'd as well as the morn fancy stylos, shown in very large variety. lo Tim new .semi-military and Uusskin bulled ef- I'pcts in a .splendid selection newest materials and in size. lUHTIKU AM) FUKNCSI A KM IKS IN TIMINiLNG FOK 'TIIK 15IG PCJSIP Tlic Wi'sk-y Ladictf' Aid wll! hold n .sjiciMul hu.siiiPiis iiHTiiiij'. in HIL- Wes- ley Hall Wc'lncsilii; iiflmiuun llu'cu u'duck fut Lin- puipost: tit ar- ruiiKinic foe a imiiLry All nii'in- bfir.s requested ,t" 1m .Mi. [unl Mrs. A.' iin.- bi-iny; cinifjriitulalcil on Liu- nn ival ol ;i boy ;il ilii'ir liuinc mi Sulunhiy, 'MEiruli A. axsui-i.iti- .si-cro- lary of i'n'Sbylciiiin buanl of Sunday schools ami Vouni; (lie's .Societies will I church tonight on 'I lie liu-luri1 p ill UK I r 11 ml iiiK jslruciivc ,Hli Knox Hoy- n- proEusciy .ii; .-irid in At Thursday's UiH Alc audfjr (kill Chapter. I U 1C.. Hit S JnirJiifj J titter f.-.'jni-eniiij.u pwi rend and unjuiiiiioush- cndors by His "Tlio National Column LIMJ lor Pnlri- otlo Snrvicc dusirus ui call attention a oiinlries, inn! he- .Mr. burnt is one of largest stock- U. C., March for several years tlmt Peter Lund desired to bo relieved ol the duties entailed in the direct inim- :igeirient of the Crow's N'cst Fuse Lum- ber Co., and DOTT that the lumbar bufii- uess in this country is temporarily at u standstill, owing to tho Europoaji war ruid other causes, Mr, Lund, on Ills recent trio tt> the east, has been able to persunda hia associates that this is an opportune time to appoint u now "anil permanent manager. .Mr. Lund and hia old partner, Mr. .1 olm B reck en ridge, organized the Cruiv's iVest Pass Lumbar Co., Ltd., president of and owns the controlling interest In the Western Canada Lum- ber Company and the Fanners' Lum- hor Co.. with head offices at Ottawa. Ont., March 20.-Thc rolltfw- Bridge, Alfcn. These coucernn are oy-; ing" of tlie Canadian' Epedl- eratlng retail yards at muny uointa tionary force were announced tuday: throughout Southern Alberta. Mr. Lund IE president of the Lund Land Development Co. Thin com- Third Butt. Slightly wounded, Frciii curtain n on lrnl ing now circulated in "LoLlurs and circulars in jirai.se of ponce have been iain'-l. on ivo- ninn. ai'i over (he world to unite in a I'fi'orL 1o .slop v.-ar. In s-bmo cases, signatures to a jjctiticn are in others, ni'Tiiln-Tsliip in Peace scciuty. In tin .HI'