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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE .FOURTEEN v---*-..--:----- -... THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 23. 191S Rylands Opening Display of Easter Apparel Will Begin on Monday Next and Continue Throughout the Week ' BLOUSES 250 Smart Suits, priced $18 to $65 will be Ready for the Opening Days. rr HE TRIUMPH OF SIMPLICITY is apparent, for the * suits are plainer than they have been for many a ' day. though without a hint of the severity which was formerly associated with the plain tailored suit. Coats are belted more often than not, with basques of uneven length, one of the noteworthy features being that quite a large allowance of the somewhat scanty trimming is placed at the back. ^ The reappearance of the vestee is one of the most marked innovations; sleeves are close fitting-ofttimes slashed at the wrist, and collars are smaller and neater, the notched collar and the papering shawl collar being of most frequent occurrence, while the high collar makes an occasional appearance. One of the sensations of the season is the,Eton coat, for misses' wear. . J i.'i m Mi -8 GLOVES Both of Silk and Finest French Kid Perrins' high grade gloves in suede or glace kid. Priced from ?1.75 to $2.75. Also a lot of novelty kid gloves for Easter. ?2.5U to ?3.50. The famous Kayser Silk Gloves. 95c and $1.25, in black, grey or white. A Magnificent Lot of Coats! TP HE SEPARATE COAT looms larger than ever *� on the fashionable-horizon, and verily it is so instinct with grace and charm, so practical withal, that its importance is readily accounted for. Gone are all the flare and fussiness of last year, and their place is taken by the coats of trim appearance, full as to skipt, but with straight, lissome lines. These fall naturally into two categories. (11 The strictly tailored coat with notched collar, cut upon mannish lines, sometimes loose, and sometimes belted in militarv style.  |2). The belted coat, with collar that'.buttons to.the nock, sometimes large and sometimes small or with tapering shawl collar. All the new materials, and a good showing of the new clay and castor colorings. , $20, $25, up to $45 The New Silt Sweater Goats A wealth of color, including rhubarb, robin's egg. mastic, corn, sage and other new -shades, will be found in this first showing _of silk and light wool" sweater coats for n C Aft spring. $15.00 to ........................... UO*UU Are Growing Nicer with Every Season. You really must hot miss a visit to the Blouse Section, where the display of new, styles for wear with spring suit or separate skirt will show you the latest modes and all the exquisite materials and colors fashion is exploiting for the new season. Georgettes, in sand, grey, beige, Nile, flesh, orchid, coral, peach, new blues, mals and such lOYfcly shades are still favored for dressy W6RT, while combination colors are highly fashionable. Then come silk crepe de chinos, in all the new plain and combination colors, rajahs and dellcite, indestructible voiles in a host of pastel shades. Hundreds of Silk and Cloth Dresses on Display for the First Time. WITHOUT A DOUBT this display of new spring model dresses is the largest ever shown in this city-Racks and racks full of clever dresses, that represent the best offerings of a dozen different designers in the Eastern style markets. Smart Serge Dresses in over 50 different styles will be on display. Prices from................____$12.50 to $30.00 Clever Taffeta Silk Dresses, 45 or more, all fresh from the boxes -Uno two alike. Priced from........... $18.00 to $35.00 Model Dresses, of Crepe de Chine and Georgette, Foulard and Charmeuse Satins, a wonderful showing. ... $25.00 to $65.00 Skirts Were Never Lovelier Q KIRTS of every conceivable color and material ^ will be shown in our opening display on Monday. The materials include Fancy Stripe Taffetas, Mirror Satins, Silk Poplins and Foulards. "Clothy" materials of Velours, Tricotine and finest botany Serges. Priced from $5.95 to $25.00 ^ New Springtime Petticoats With the exact color to match you new spring costume. Taffeta skirts, satin skirts invplain colors. Also many novelty brocaded satin skirts, $5.75 to $10.00. Silken Gowns and Underwear Camisoles, Nightgowns, Chemises, Envelopes, Combinations and other dainty undergarments developed from crepe de chine, georgette and the serviceable Jap silks. The finest collection we have" ever shown. / Corsets that will give You that Well-d" ressed Appearance THERE'S A BIG DIFFERENCE; in the lines of this spring's Corset, the hips are more confined while lower bust lines are generally favored. Everything that's new .both in laced front and back lacing corsets will be found in this, the largest stock of corsets in the city, Warner's Front Lace Corsets 10 different models. Sizes 19 to � aa 30. Priced $2.75 to ............. D.vv D. & A. Back I.ace Corsets 25 different models in sizes from 18 to 32. S1.25 to ......... 4.00 Famous Nemo Corsets for stout and medium figures. $2.75 to........................ 6.50 A Wonderful Silk Display The largest and finest collection of silks ever shown in this store. A whole table full of all the new novelty silks such as Foulards, Fancy Stripe Taffetas, Khaki Kool, Gingham Check Taffetas, also the famous Bonnett's Black Silks in taffetas, fleur de nice, duchess and messaline. Constipation Cured in His 78th Year Without Drugs nid you. ever know any person who was permanently cored of Constipatior. by taking drugs nt any kind? Drugs seem to assist Xature at the time, but .v3 time goes on larger doses are necessary until the trouble becomes chronic. Internal Bathing is the only real cure for Constipation. It keeps the Colon or Lower Intestine *ree from all accumulation. Scon the system performs its regular functions unaided, ami there is no further trouble. Mr. A. McLean, of Conger number Co.. Parry Sound, writes: "I have Been phone 1224  GENERAL > Mrs. Davis of MacLeod, has recently returned from Toronto and has been interested on her way west in forming branches of the Canadian Avia-troubled with Constipation for the last! ti�n Aid Clubs with headquarters at :!5 or 4U years, and could not pass one) Toronto. The C. A. A. C. is an organ-day without taking medicine. I hav� i ization of women formed to provide used the 'J. 15. L. Cascade' since get- j comforts for aviators and mechanics ting it 21 days ago. with wonderful re-1 of-the It. N. A. S. and R\ F. C, either suit's. Will recommend any person to j in cump or in, hospital at home or usp it." i overseas Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell, of Xew York, in-1 � *  vented and perfected- the 4'J. B. L. Cascade" for Internal Bathing, which is ioday the only efficient means of accomplishing the desired results. Dr. Tyrrell has published an interesting, hook on Internal Bathing called "Why i Man of Today is Onlv 50 Per Cent. ' The will of Capt. Vernon Castle, killed while flying in Telcas a short time ago, was made public by William Klein attorney for Mrs. Irene Castle, who is now in Cuba. In the preamble of the will, which .,......-/' "'' t \.' | was* executed on/September 28, 1915, .Efficient, which can he had free for, Q in CasUe a(](led tQ lhe usual lie asking at the Red Cross Drug ft . statement ag t0 his being mlnd{ul of Bonk Co., L-thbridge. Tney will also (he uncertainties of life "especially be pleased to show and exp am the, aR , pm about tQ enter ^ Engliall '.I. B. h. Cascade to you.-Advert. ! army > .".;�k-. cartoons and editoriali-j'.jt tla? iu.icazin'j c-.r-y h''~ t)icn Trai;i:t;; far. "\ �> .r'.i -.�I'a! r.i operates a big cement manu-i'ai.lisrii''-' plan! at- Tod lnh-t, said: "It will only be a short time before our l\rt% starts building concrete ships on this coast." J. W. Evans, managing director of the Mastodon Mining Co. a concern capitalized by Lethbridge and Magrath people mainly, is leaving this afternoon for Revelstoke, near which place the mine is located. .Mr. Evans states that the company, which spent several thousand dollars last, year in development, has finished its preliminary development work in lfi claims, and they are now working on the main ore body. Already $8,000 worth of ore has bc'di taken out and is awaiting shipment to the smelter at Trail. The ore will he conveyed lo the Arros Lakes by wtroii and motor truck, and then transported down the lake. Silver, load and ::i;ic- with a preponder-ciiicc of zinc comprises tho ore body, thoiir'i i' also has a sprinkling of c(>]j:>i;\ T!.- sainpl'.v of ore brought In the city :rrw U>�: richo-t over brought to Lui hbridgc. The; company is 'nell-ing4no si"ock. having sufficient wooer Happy Smiles ii Waterford, Ireland, Mar. 23-Tho election of Captain William Redmond to the house of commons over Dr. White, a Sinn Felncr, was accompan- ied by disorders hero which lasted all night. Crowds of women and men paraded the streets. Windows wern broken, fire arms were used and 2(1 persons were injured.' One of theso is Dr. White, who wbb hit on the head ^ with a brick when tho result of tho election was announced. Captain Redmond' was cheered by crowds. Joseph Devlin, a prominent. Nationalist member of parliament. In a speech from a window of a hotel said Waterford had struck a blow, for the honor of Ireland. is usually recommended by the doctor. It's laxative effectiveness is not spoiled by gripeing pains. ABBEY'S is most palatable and gentle acting-a great friend of .women and children. 7 ASK VOUR DltliGCIST F ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS For Nerves and Blood-GO Cents a Box E^ery. Man WKo x Enjoys Gooc and isn't getting it at Kome ought to talte matters into his own hands, and write for onr booklet:- "Perfect Coffee - Perfectly, Made" We mail it �ree to o^er? man (and Woman, too) a\\o appreciates a deli* eioui cup of coffee. Write today {or your copy\ 198 CHASE & SANBORN . MONTREAL Bi*n