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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, 'AlAnnil 20. lOlK lv.TiinnuK.-. i,\u.y jfr.nAr.n PAGE ELEVEN MILADI IfK-'-llllK ffir dill hcifl tit CiiUHiihn Niitldliali � ? > PERSONAL Mr. timl Mi'B. .fotiii WIIboii of Fortilc. ]]. C"., ^wnro tlio wi!Rl((Mtil KunntR of Mr. uml MrH, Jolin KcrRin'oii. Miss 1^, M. IjImlBiiy wiih a wcoli-cnil vlitllo^'lii Clurenholm. Mrs. Oforsfi Uliifikay, Mr�, FrmiU Colpman and MIsr Kloronc" IJouiild. wliojiaro 1)0011 in C'alKnry In coniioi'-Hon'ivitlr tlut. Piurlotlc Kiiml iidraln-islrntloii linvD rolnrnnil homo.    Mr�, jr.OonilR Ih spcixIInK two wookB Willi Mrn. UcorKo Mackay tn>-loro roturuing enal. s    . Mr. and Mrn. A. H. CannlriK arf> loiivlttg tonlghl fur Spokane to npond a few (lays. '    , Ilr.'nnd Mrs. A. M. l.nffrrty reUirn-cd today from u sliori visit In Calgary. �  * Mrs. Dobhio of CalRary Ih llio Kuoat of liev slBlor, Mrs. Wm. McClure.   � SOCIAL EVENTS > ^ : > ; ^ The Y. W. A. will meet In tlie. nui>-IIbL (Imrch Tne�d�y night, at K o'clock. A good program ^'111 hn rendered. All women are iiivltod.   � The I'aRBlon week acrvlres at ley chiird) on TiioHduy, Wednesday and Tliuraday are withdrawn owing to the continued Illness ot tlin pastor, Rov. C. K. Cr/igg. � * � The Lndlnn' Aid of St. Patrlck'b (hiitcli will hold 11 KOfiul evening on April ."{rd In the Conaervatory of MualcJ hull. ^    T)io young ladlon of the Trollieou c Usrt wish to thank Mr. TerrlU for I'lanlf. Mr. Heiinefather for flags, Mr. Summer and the young men for Ml age umnagemi'nt, Mr. W. V. Day for wiring and all llioao who In any way liplped to nmke Ihn entertainment ii HUCCOSB.  * * Tho first of a Borlos of whlat drives anil (ftinces for tho S. O.'K. benefit fund for returned soldiers will h.- held tomorrow night In the S. O. K. hall. The DnughlcrB and Malils of Kngland are kindly asked to bring refresh-nienis.    Much Interest Is being centred In the National Council of Women oxocutlvo meeting wliich i.s now belni; held In Ottawa, for 11 promlseB to bo a particularly largo and reprc-BontBtlvo one. One thing that has helped this 1b the fact that bo many of its^ officer.^ come frotu .such a dls-t'anco* for tho Women's War Conference and hnvo remained at nearby points for tho last two weeks. One thing thai -will be discussed ia tho nomlnalloiiB for the coming annual Wesley Ladies' Aid Easter Bazaar Wednesday Afternoon, Mar. 27 - IN WESLEY HALL--- ^ale Opens Promptly at 4.00 d'Clock Aprons, ChOdren'sDreu- Pantry Table (^'Mw--es, Lingerie, etc. Cooking^^ >t more new Queen Quality COSTUMES & DRESSES . I "in this week For Easter The Price is Right and the Apparel Faultless iiiiininiiiiiimiiiii F., TKaell, 608 3rj-Av^.; s. Coiini 11 ii.f W'MU'll will 1)11 lii!f*i:oti .MrM, It (', I'liiiiiptn- rind Mtn. W, K , Hftufi.rd , ' Anollii-r Int'TftnlliiK I'lt of hunlnrrwis j will Im> � ruHohitiuii tin fhn ajji'.n ((ii'tdl.'oii. wJil'li, rumor iiiiyf, the Wdiil v.'lll iirnd down ' *   ��Tlic (Ird city lir.incti nt IU i : SUCCESSFUL PLAYS ? 1 : : : ; * !? GENERAL > ;� 9 !:?� : .> � � : > � > > Mr, Arnold Bennett, tho famous English ^ovellst, writes: "Wo shall not in future got as much os wo want or as much aa wo need. There  is and thort! will bo a serious shortago. Submarines are not the original cause ot tho shortage. Tho shortage Is a world shortage. l'"rench foofl supply is; down by 40 per cent. If wo .fig not liolp Franco^ .France collapses, u-nd. wo might JuBt as well put tho.gbut-tcrs up at tho war office and iraploro Hlndonburg to behUve cblvalrojisl^ to his fallen loes." Two hundred"'and thirty pairs ot socka knlttod for tho boys at the front Is tho record made by Mrs. 15. D, Mcintosh of the second con-' cession of Cornwall township. Mrs. Mcintosh is ninety years of ago and is still kooping up lier good work. � V � Ilor Excellency, the Duchess of Dovonshlro has undoreono a slight oporatlon In Royal Victoria hospital for tho removal of a small cyst in one ot her eyes. '  '  Mrs. A. U. DePoncler, wito ot the Bishop of Now Westmlnater, who is now at the front, has boon elected Regent of tho Coronation Chapter, I.O.D.E., In A'ancouver. . *     ? ? ? �� : o Transportation'18 furnishod to Tp-ronto, this being tho only Military Massage School in Canada: pretoroncoy 1b given to western girls. Ladies applying muat furnish a medical cortlilloato, two character refer-encea and must ha'vo had high school education. ' Tho pay while training has in tho past been $25.00 per month, they having to provide thoir own I'ooni,- aiid board. , .  Our ladies aro of tho opinion that this salary ot !J25.00 was to be dona away with, and the ladies while training gotting no remunoration 'wha.tever.j' their object being that thoy could get a hotter clasB ot 'womon. ,' They aro roaulred to algu tor a yoar wUU the stipulation that thoy can Ije transferred to any part of Canada. ' The IttusUi of course Is six months, ud dally tluttos aro from fl a.m, ,to 12 no'on �nd from 1:30 toJliSO'p.iri. For further Information" on this apply to Liout. B, J. Kendall, School of Massage, Hiirt House, Queen's ParU^ Toronto, ; THose of you who viewed the beautiful creations exhibited at our Formal Spring OpfMiing may say "Something different for Easter-well, perhaps, but surely nothing prettier!" We emijhalically answer VYesl"; out come and see them and judge for yourself. Iho fact is, many of the goods which should have been exhibited at our spviiig opening were delayed in transit and have only just arrived. New Dresses, New Sweaters, New Silks, New Ribbons. A whole host of things, entirely different, and which will charm you. I DRESSES It 'was rr.lly onnc'ilod by everyoii'- '.-ii.'.vinK them at our openlri;; Mic other evening, that mil- lireKscs were the most eh-ininf; crnatlons ever asaeinlil' I in fjClhbrldgn and since liu ii more have 9omo to h;iii'l. Our serges, beautifully einhroklercd lu. wool ore yjiinix in lie the leaders for sp.''!!.:;. �r.>rretas and Georgettoy criino next in black, Cojunhitgt!), King'.* blue, nigger lirown. and navy. Romemher, there are no two nlike, so iii'lividiiality is as-'fiured. Prices $15. to $50 SWEATEgS Tlie raoit delightful sweaters ever eriat.ed are being shown thi' -iiring, and our Uhlprhout liJ.s jusi arrived. Ono .with ii l)ox pleated skirt in rose, wufi paddy green /;ol-Inr and cnff-; and with pockets in li pure silk la most effective! Oiliern in two tone el'toets, as .i;old and black, maize an't lilaek with maize collar ami i;\ifl'a. eti'. We al.so have the .lersey with largo sailor collar, in puriile, paddy, rose and Copenhagen. Prices from $14.75 to ' $27.50 SUITS Ladi'OB and Misses' Suits In great profusion, and each one of different Htylc and dcalgn. And the workmanship, an Item so often sacrificed to prico, is guaranteed. Nothing ia newer than the vest effect, but you will find every style compatible with Faflhion's docreei,.- Every day new shipments are arriving from New York and Toronto. ,ao there is always something new tor you to look at. Prices are from $22.50 to $65.00 WAISTS ' Words cannot describe tho �wonderful and charmlnff taste sliown in tho creation of these goods this spring. Y'ou must see them to appreciate their beauty-., Hut we may mention our Georgette and Crepe de Ohonos, some with large and others., with pointed collars and ombroldered with beads or pretty flos.s and in most lovely, shades. And we must not forgot mention of our Habutai Silk Waists, lliau which there is nothing better I'bi' washing. All the way froni-^ $2.95 to $13.50 , SILK UNW'R MOTOR HATS Nothing HO fresh and "spring fceliiii,'" as silk underwear, and !'() dainty! Our stock is iiow lomple'lo and cOlisists of crepe .ide chine, habutai Hllk.s mid wash satius in flesh and while. Most daintily trlniiii';d with fine lace, and insenions. Some with dainty roseln.'ds; Jn tact all the most chnniiiug trimniiiigs. Wc have comljinatlous. camisoles, . . blooiiierH,_ night dresses, etc., in a variety of prices. Certainly 3'ou will require ono of thqao pretty Motor Hats, not only for that Easter ride you contemplate, but for future, jise its well. Serviceable and comfortable, yes! But very pretty and becoming as. w^l], far removed from thelr.'predecessors which certainly were not "a thing of beauty." Some are ot plain silky materials and otliera flowered. Some have extra long gauzo veils attached and some �without, but all are without exception most becoming. They range from $2.25 to $3.50 Wash Goods Tho wash goods section this year \^ practically confined to American and Canadian manufactured goods, but It contains, without ciuostton, the best siiow-; ing of dainty and "cliarmlng materials ever offered. to tho Indies of Letlibridge; and the pricea'are so moderate. Compriaing as it does tho new Satin stripe Grenadines, along �vvHh ilainty printed or plain voiles aiid. marquisette cotton foulards, hs 'woU as a sumptuous range ot poplins in 27 or -16 inch widtli, such a variety Is offered as to please all tastes. Then there is a now Palm Beach cloth in plain and fancy weaves, as .well as caiuhrlos, zephyrs, ginghams, prints, scout cloth, Indiap head and cotton gaberdine. , , COATS Coats we have in all styles and color.') and in such variety as to be seen nowherp fdse. A visit will convthco you. :\Iado in beautiful velours, serges. tweertK, and coverts in all the leading shades of Pekin blue, sand, taupe, rooky brown, etc., at prices from $20.00 to $150.00. And then we have Children's Coaits in silks, sergen. coverts and fancy tweeds. The black flllk coats for tho little ones are very cute in style and cut. All sizes from 3 years to 14 years. CORSETS Tl.is is an Item you simply must not overlook to insure Batlatactlon with your new spring outfit. But you must be certain that yours is the best obtainable. And we Can supply it. We aro Ijethbri'dge agents for the celebrated Front Laced Modart Corset. Absolutely the best on. the market for comfort, fit, and appearance. Several different styles. In fact a style to fit every figure, and tUeso are personally fitted to ensure satisfaction. from $5.00 to $7.50 GLOVES Kid gloves in staple shades ot white, tao, grey and black are in stock at $2,10^ .and ,$2.50 palp. But our Fabric Gloves are having a, tremendous run at $1.00 pair. These fit like kid and are finished with Paris or fancy points. Made In Canada, they are well worthy ot your Inspection. Silk, lisle and cotton aaedo gloves are to be had In black, white, putty, tan and grey at 30c to $1.50 pair. ' SILKS The most popular and economical dress fabrics today are silk^ and silk mixtures. . . Why? Because there has been a less advance in the price of silk than on any other dress material owing to the small demands on it for, war purposes. Also it is a product manufactured largely by non-combatants in the war. Therefore, -wear Bilk dreaa-es and apart from style, elegance, comfort or economy, conserve the materials so urgently needed by onrBel\fos and allies. '' We have Just opened up our New Silks which ttionld have been displayed' .lAst Wednesday evenltuj, but^dU not arrive in time. They comprise beaiitlfnl CHIFFON TAFFETAS, In all the new and staple sbades. Duchesse Satin, PBlUette, Shot Paillette, Plain knd Fancy Foulard, Jap Mummy's and the Printed Silks bo prominent today. Also "Khaki KooV and other couventlotiKl designs, and new combtna-tlona in ribbon striped taffetas and roman striped Foulards and Satins, A Magnificent Supply of EASTER UUES ISc On Sale Wednesday COLLARS Today we have opened out our new stock of collars and are delighted with them. Anything that Is MOW is featured heye. Whilst" georgette crepe 'sUll holds Its own, njany ne.w ^atlii weave.s are introduced lu flat collars. Blocks and jabots. The prices are right, fronn 89c to $4.50. RIBBONS Our ribbon section tbta �i�rlDS most certainly defies all competition both as regarda prfea and variety. Particularly ar� we pleased 'wiUi our showloK of Dresdens in widths from 3 to 8 inches, and Moira Silk In baau-tiful shades. Then there are ribbons tor millinery purposes, lu fact for every requiramenti Prices from ZKzO to.|2,7S yard. Your Home a Music^ Pliradiie this Easter witii a We are the sole Lethbridge Agents ONE VERY NEW FABRIC TO OUR TRADE THAT DESERVES 8f>ECIAL MENTION BEAUTY CiatH iMauufacturetl in Massachusetts by Caron, Porrie, and Scott, the world renowned' manufacturers. This material is'roado f ronv Silk and Bgyptian Lisle aiid is about the weight of flue mull. It has Uie beautiful myriad ,effect and comes in a vast ran^e of shades. The material if practical and i.s having a big run in tho states. The width Is 38 inchea and it rotalla tor-- ThONSp.ort Skirt Is.^going Jo he a most important/factor in correct ytlress toiVtl^B sprljjg, �nd you can roly upon oup assistance in meeting it. 'Our|^^4nBe,tB large, varied and exclusive aa regards color, material 1 afisigii.'nrtd^tliere aro no two nlike, Then, of course, we have tho black, navy and grey. � -'aud afisfgii.'^rtd^tliere aro no two a , staiMlard serBOB.-and gabordlnes In 75 to $25,00 ^ I i]T .Hi t.^,'"'^"'"--�>�.M..�n-r II if ..... s ;