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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAtlCH 26, 1915 THE LET'IrtRinCK DAILY [I KHALI) PAGE Ready To-morrow, New Suits, New Coats, Dresses and Skirts MORE SUITS will be bought this Spring than lor many leasons in the past. The wide flare or pleated Bltlrt, the smart military stylet In Jacketu and the New Clothe, all tend to make the owner of laot year's suit feel entirely-gut of date. While our stock may not be quite as large HB In former, years, every garment is correct In style, cloth and finish, and best of alt, the prices are within reach of the smallest purse. Moderately Priced -Suits, with all the style of Suits, from to no more It le potalble to buy here fsr to that in former years we would have to charge tg for. The manufacturers realized, and so did we, that the prices must be kept'down to suit the times. A imart suit, such as pictured here, scares of other new styles juat unpacked, makes a visit to our new Ready-to-Wear Section very interesting. Winter Syiits, Regal Suits, Lady Gordon Suits, Princess Suits In Hie now Ilclglan and North Sea a splc-mlitl range of garments In WesL oE England nil wool .Men's Serges in blaclis and nuvy blues. A dozen or so smart modei Serge Dresses on sale to-morrow Styles created by the smartest designer of drosses In Canada- They arc known ue "Lady Gordon" Dresses and reflect a .woman's idea or thai, aru practical and .stylish. are all best. British plain, others elaborately braided; priced from lo Sl'i-ftO. The New Princess Coats Are Here A dozen or more or these smart. Princess Coats came in this week. They are1 all medium to ?lii, no the cloLlis are excellent, ai the price. jSfowest styles in and medium couts, iviih just a touch o[ miIItarj' style- See them tomorrow. New spring Neckwear PichuB, Turnovers, Flare Effects, Vestes, plait- ed and colling tollars with tab effecta. These styles aro now ahou-n In abundance at flylanda apd all arc very daiuly and pretty. Flue net, lace, chiffon and transparent organ- die arc the favored materials, and many black and white comb'tnatlona are shown, ASi Prices from 36c up to Underwear Hosiery We make a specialty of these two departments, n'nfl the "season are erceptloually good. Here are a feiv "Specials" for Saturday: LISLE HOSE and 1'lne Mercerized Cotton HOHO in white, Ian or Per pair tOC SILK LUSTRE fast color, and Per pair 50c, or pairs for.................. 9 I iWW RADIUM SILK hose that ontwearfl the guaranteed kind; a pair won't slip oft the shoulder; BpMiala at SO, and quality Bol- _ Jirignip....Saturday, knit, two" styles; extra special tomorrow Lids" For The Kids Another aliipment of BOVH; Swagger Hats just in. Stylee for iboya from 2 to 8 years, in 'black and cliedrg, and solid colors of navy, srey, etc. 75c, 85c, 95c cacli 800 Pairs of Corsets Now Ready For Your Selection The. Corset slock is complete. We are now showing the largest stock of American and Canadian Corsets in Southern Alberta. Special 'bar- gains for Saturday are: p AND A splendid every day Corseta on sale, one at a pair and another good style at per pair___ I OC WARNER'S ly Ruat .Proof, double altirt mod- els; two bareains, one at" 51.75; .another at Lhe- -lowest, price Tiiipted for Waraer'-s. specials 'for tomorrow: No. for slight and medium figures, and NTo. 341. Two new models worth QC on Bale at A full'line of Girli' Waists, from 35c up to now in stock. The new 'Tipperary' Veils Smartest tiling imaginable, these new TJpperary Veils, iii white with (black border, in black with col- ored spots, priced up to the new Chenille border Veiling at 75c a yard. D. A.Brassieres Four new styles lace or embroidery trimmed Bras- sieres in Warner's and D and A makes, priced es- pecially low at 65c and 75c Rylands Co. The Store '.The "Jitney" bus has taken by the Pacific coast cities Irom .Bicgo lo Vancouver, Notwith- standing the peculiarity Oi the name, there is nothing peculiar about the veh'iclc. It is merely an automobile running on a route'and carrying pas- sengers for a five cent fare. The word itself sncans u nickel or 'five cent piece. That, the expensive and exclu- sive automobile can he run as an-or- dinary buss at a five cent, fare is a startling development which throws K new light on the question of pas- snrigcr traffic on city streets. A year ago the street railways with their mormons and exclusive franchises were in full control of fclie tra'ilic situation. Today the street systems of all the coast cit- ifs-are viewing with alarm their full- ing revenues ns a result of the opera- tions of tin: "Jitney" bus, wondering Iiow far it is likely to go, anil what they can do ahout it. Tho "Jitney" product .of tha hard 'times which JiaVfc thrown JJargc numbers of .auto- mobile out of their regular crapjoyrhent compelled them ,to' resort to Home means of earning mbn-'" eyVwhile formerly they were only j concerned in .spending it. Having the i on their liniuls they pro- ceeded to compete for traffic and were themselves astonished to find that they were able to compete with tlic strongly entrenched" strect-J railway companies. Instead of the .experiment failing for iauk oi money to buy gas- oline or niake repairs it has spread continually, mid is today recognized and serious menace to tliu street rail- way organizations. Tlic fact is that the "Jitney" skims the: cicam oft the street'railway that ,is, it takes the profitable short haul, leav- ing to tlic sLreot railway company llic unpruJjlable long haul. The picks; up and passr cngcrs'-to'and from the sidewalk, and gives more comfortable accommoda- tion than the street cat at the same price. There is .nc; douM. thnt, the pic- jiulice which sonic oi the si-recr rail- companies have aroused .igainsL thomsBlvcs lias a great deal to do witli throwing pa trounce" lo the "Jit- ney." Hut, bo the reason what it may, the fact is that today automo- biles arc competing so successfully with llic street cars at a -five cent Tare that municipal 'rfgulat-ioiiK and legislation is being invoked liy the street, railway companies The Ii'bm to 5c. which was 'made iri a num- ber including Vancouver, had much to do with infl'TJricing' public opinion against street railways. H may be that the street railway companies wilf he alile Id hiiict this new and cfTective competition hy the" help of burdensome municipal regula- tions, license fees and legislation. On the other hand, it may be that public opinion will until we drop Men atop if they have a pain in Ibcir lltilo J flngcr." "And they got vury' little sympathy 'or j-aid Ueasie, dejectedly. "Little they realize- how we feel." "They couldn't go through with nrhat we do and never even men- j tfon, because we're accustomed to being continued Mrs. "They wouldn't understand, any- said Bessie, with angry resent- ment. Twenty minutes after she Irad n> tired to her ruom 13essie appeared to report that the iop of the shower bath had fallen. "I hardly Lee tied said she, j off It come. It's the thing with holes, what the water spurts outer." j Mrs. Brown'remained alill three i minutes. Than she arose and went j to look for herself. I "It's come she said; '-'get the hammer and some striog. I'll Etand on th'iSedge of the bath and flx it." j Half toll put the shower balh in good stiane. (Mr! Brown wng paying the janitor oi their house direa dollars a mouth to do odd j "Good land, Icok how paint was dripped on the outside of the j claimed Mrs. Crown. -J She procured ft sharp knife, some i turpentine, and a cloth. After spend- I mg 45 minutes, with her back bent and her head swimming, she straight- ened and viewed the result "1'vo been meaning to take that Tor; she remarked. Of course, Jt don't show, still 7 knew' It was there, and I cannot bear not to have a house as it should be. Now, I'll rest all the afternoon, and yoa can'bring a cup of Tea to me." In ten minutes tha tea was at her bedside. One sip, and Mra. Brown dis- covered thnt the grocerhad sentoranga pokee Instead oE Engiiih breakfast. She tumbled into a dressing gown and rushed to the telephone, whence, or- hausted but triumphant after scolding somebody hotly, she returned to bed. learing a rash ion magazine. "O, goody, panels are coming she exclaimed. "I can change my Nile -green by -ualng a net the cream applique from my old satin, and Lhe panel and sleeves can ie of this ill-over laco I nine -ears ago. I was sure it would bo handy Tor something. It's in tha steamer trunk, under .the four big ones, in tli? spare room: Or It la In he bpi; with the trimmings. I put it away in the fall .when I went to It's'trie steamer. Hes3Je! .Come and1 help me." The two, each'weighing about 11B, sallied resolutely to tie (mot-room. Just a Few Extra Special Items From This Great Saturday Sale Laclii's' Italian Silk Mn.-.icry. black and11 whiUi, .in kizvs to f Inl'jinU' Ta u K id t Shoes, fiiif (iiiiiliiy, ;i'ili- i- i) J a r J Si.UU 89cfl idd> fine union liii ('ii, sjiilor collar ol" del mill 95c n }ii Ihitlon Clorc.s in grey. tan. .bla.v.U. whiti ami Siiiitl slludts. Salt price per pair.-----39c The new Spring Ready-to-Wear Garments are arriving daily. Some have the srnsrt military touch; others are in plain tailored effects. Our Dry Goods Section will give you a comprehensive Idea of all the newest In Dress Fabrics for the corning season. We extend you n cordial invitation to call and in- spect thu new lines. LiiUMi Collars 3 for 25i: All of our I.iiivn Collars I'or niiiii mill 'iHjyff lo on .salt1. ol" (liiTcrcul siylCK, all rlcuriiiu at 'A for .Men's Suils An opportunity men 1.0 jmr- t-lmse ii ni'v.- spring Suit uwny he- low regular ix-.linK value. Tlu-sr inuilols arc> worth tliu original market! pn'cc. .Jttsi HO suits to KO on .sale, Suiarl Tweeds and siL'dy. v.-cll lailorcil; I-'c-r Suit Men's Bludici-s SiiKirl ninv spring styles in Men's boy. -10 pairs on Ladies' "K Boots Hoys1 Bluciitrn; A black only, siruni; u I mid servifpuhle Ir fk I Sizes yj J a Oxford Sliirls lor Hie men, strong hard iny fabrics, cur, larfjc and roomy 85c This Uiiown English make of shoes Lo on sale; neat miiilrls for spring wear; all SH.On rallied. IVJiilo they fr Jf JJC BwiiiHi'iil 75c Choose from these rich, beauti- ful Messaline Silks tomorrow-. '1'hr colors are purple, emerald, ncl! roso. cerise, pale lilue. brown, tan Laupu, cream and white The re- gular is .The sale price is, per yard.... Royal WorcePtoi A1 IF" Corsets, one of our VI I L> most popular mod ft III pis for Hiiring- I I U 75c Odd Plate Clearance A cleanmce of these Odd Platea. inclmlins Dinner, Breaktast, Tea and Butter and Onlmpais; for 25c Wall Burlaps in groan and.- red; special week- end sale. I'rico sq. yard..............I9c Nottingham Lafe I 'Curtains, in white V I I iejiru an'd ara.b; -n ft I B pairs ?i.OC Ttrilvk Haxel u.reiim; specially prepared for ilin Hudson's Bay Co. by llouvieree, London; Reg. tube; ior Carljoiic Soup, a Jiigh grade medicated antiseptic soap. imri is highly vcconimend- ed; 2 boxes for 25c 35c VOUR WEEK-END GROCERY LIST IS HERE MADAM! 10c 25c 25c 25c and 55c 25c 25c rieur-de- 25c 35c 35c 25c 23r, 20c ?.5c 19c 25c Oranges; small size: Pc-i- iloxcn Jlr. .Iiu'ltson's Iloinau .Muni, per 41.; pounds for Flakes pui'kots ior 0. Jains: Uaajibe Apulu; Strawborrj- and 5 pound, pafls.- 1 pound glass jar Strawberry .Inui I pound gla.ia Jar Raspberry Jam Plums, Lis 3 for Punches, PJeur-de-Lis Ilranil, 2" for Ijibby'B Hawaiian" Sliced Pineapple, 2 for Swift's Back Bacon; (jier fiiccc) per pound.. Hams (half or whole) Per Pound Vrcsli Eggs; Per dozen On Ion S pounds for Ontario Potatoes; Per sack Oranjics; larger size; Per dozen Lemon Per dozen Per pound Pel' pound Per Pound Per Pound........-.. No. J Rome Beauty and Wag- ner Apples; CC Per case ..........91 >Ow Florida Grape Fruit; Price tach Castile Per bar.............. Sunlight and Lifebouy Soup, 11 barn for II. C. Per packet Ivory Per Calce ...............9C Egyptian Violet Glycerine Toi- let Off 3 ior COC Ulac, Rose and Gly- cerine, 3 tor 3c 2V lOc Window Shades 01! Dark Crimsou Shades, II In- 72 inches, mounted shorn. Regular 6i3c inches Hart 40c Saturday Treats Cowan's Chocolate, per pound Deliglittul Mixture of as sorted Chocoiaiuij, iier Jb.. Tungsten Lamps 25 WATTS 40 WATTS 60 30c 40c 50c 1 hi" Nurses iliickcnzic ami Cameron, j Ifaiiss oi'William Kianiburgh'to Miss and were -' Zclria Bodcty, Hev. A. C.'Bryan of- new ollice, Jlrs. D, A. Taylor prcuirtei assistcf over the. tea .table by Mcsriamptf firj-mner, b herd, Sharnian', "Dill, "Fette'rly, son and Jlenzic. Daffodils .and Easter ficiating. The conlractinfE parties supported by JVIiss Annie Wyjick, >vitb wed- ding party, .of. 13. iu" The contracting, parties, .were both Lillies decorated flic A good j purple .and.left on program was rendcrcil. Songs hy'Miss night train for thoir new Hazel and Mrs. insLiuw'cu- The Rcfcekalis have issued iuvita- lals by Miss Cpnybcare, Mrs. Nelson Lions for their last, dance of Lhe sea- and Mrs. IVatltlingion n-ere VPIT miiclj son, which ho held in Hie K. 1J. hall on Easter Monday. 3. Adams returned ycs- Icnlav'irom an cxteriutd visit io San Ran Fnmcisco-and other Cali- fornia points. The Mission Baud of Phurcli lire strviiig tea and holding a sain of candy in tho church on Salurday from 3 to'.5 o'clock. Parents and friends are inntcd to allcml, Mr] the -of niany; irjcmls; to- iriay ticiiig" tliV TlsL anniversary nf hiE I birth.. -'V ircufios'ity is auott.setl ainongst, enjoyed. The total proceeds realized, wliich go in aiil of tlic Mission work, was i' The AVIllaid U. are hold- ing an aUernoo afternoon, tna .next .Tuesday KLINE-CORKY: A quiet wedding was solemnized Wednesday afternoon -at the 'bride's 0'3 5th avenue, in the preeeuce of a few intimate friends, wfien Mrs. IVf. li. Corry was united in marriage to Eli Kraut Kliue ol Shepherd, AIT opportunity The ofTiccrs and crew pi.'H. M. S, Lion have issued invitations to 'their first annual dance "to. he .held in .the Masonic Hall, S. 0. 15. building, to- niglil. This is in connection ivitli the 'With apparent, ease (Low often had his iffe'nds 'and iiitiuiiatcs over tlie Sons of Enghiml, anil as is '.isiial throusfe. similar per- j departure: of Charlie- Carberry, a pop- Jornjauce) brought a tier of trunks in the'lloor AcA knelt boaido the steamor. Ecasia went .back, to ner Ironing-, while; Mrs. Brown'sat on the floor and cut put the.-now', panel. Next alia ripped the gowii and baetei the panol In plrce.' Glsncins ehe noted thnt Iho ;-.releSE hand of Mr. Brown hci] put sets In Lho .Tons' shelves i-: the bookcase. U WEB good-time to.roiEove aJl tha books, iid Ihcai case to case, to make tte rcoia dif- I to tlie r.ast on Tues- 'cla> Itnmor has it tliat it was For j thr-'purpose'nt .taking to a j wi'c, and -il is stated "on good au- Uiority iliat he wtjs married at Itc- girm yesterdays i- Pr.ovisiofia( Lieut. Doanan, 25th with all 1 he "social, event's', of this so- ciety promises to be a great draw. Any" friemis who have not received their, invitations can obtain .same from K. Fnunch, the purser, at the Quick Print 1'hc whist drive arranged Daughters anil Maids of iged ijj who is taking i in the S. 0. E. hall Wednesday night 1 course, had the misfot- was a very successful adair, although (he attendance was not The Indies' prizes were 'won by Mrs. Har- rison and Mrs. tho-gentle- men's by Cartur anh H. Gurr, the consolgtion prizes ;gouig to Mrs. C. Wakclin and .1. Macdonald. Rcfresli- mcn'.s were serted at half time and F. T. ar.Mvid'' lUne.'oii T'llurstla'y to have his right [coWbadly injured while handling a fuse during a lectuic. Kingston WHig. The business meeting .of ;tbc, Tho .LinHcs' Aid. ,o[ chinch iliavn cpiripir.ied 'arrangements for a K-ej Bonnried in the ont- j try sAlc, ..w.liicli .will be held Sat- r dqbr -as p-.1 bcrh- Aptil l-iic ,3t iu Dcalon'K old a.ED." Mra-'hrown. io'iiimed to Fifth street, Ilomcvmadp cook- ..______ LJ._ ,._ ___ ;iomr :and into bed. She was lyi'-is J wiiriia sold and after- prian's W. A. was held'in" the Parish white, ac be sbCUy'tiv tea the afternoon room yesterday afternoon, from 3 to 5; mcnts are .being ni.'ulc for a eopiiiis jaalc of The new home 'ol' ihv Xuraine; Jlia- M'ork- finished arc to jsion with vifiilors at it to thc'iifivli meeting, which" will ils .recent J-VAtVl-Inme1'. A successful he held April the 8th. At the I'.mclii- tca was given irom 4 till 6 and the aion of the meeting dainty refresh' opportunity.-was .afiorded the. ladies mcnts were served hy the to inspect the licw quarters. Mrs. Ct. Mrs. Hagell anc, ill's. JVIcIjeaii... W. Robinson, president of the Mis- sioii, received the guests, with Jliss A. Tilley, superintendent of the work. "Hpw's father's little hB luerinl, Lenderly stroking her 'ah forehcEd. IIri. Bro'.vp.'gave a wcarj 'T Just (eel SB" if f dJdn't have a MS jf Btrenjti she. VorH state industrial disputes l cost liiK aen'.uries lime. The ladies were shown over liotisc The marriage was solemnized I 11C H iia VU3- i tenlny nfternooii at St. Andrew's NyalY Face Cream Takes the sting out of the skin. Mnikes natural complexions, and is .grea f, for. roiigli rod hands. 25c, ,3Ue, 75c. f renlt ffcdlejf Oruq Co. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. Lelhbridge ;