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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "1TESDAY, MARCH 20. 19111 *~RYLANDS' GARMENT SALE* \ t Miss Kobertii Mao A dams. M JM\. is ; coming to I.efhbridco under tbo auspices of the Local Council of Women to Rive an address on t?:\;nvd:iy n:�"!'.! Time and place will bo annoum od later. Miss Mai'Adams who lus Hit-rank of lieutenant, has b-vn servir.s: ovo"soas as ft dietitian. i'o" sotne rears Miss MaoAdams was sa?-"r.nten Quoting Special Prices on aiiNew Suits, New Coats, New Dresses and Saving You at Least from $3.00 to $10.00 on Your Easter Outfit-Save the Difference d dent of domestic monton schools. V  last visit to I.e:!:!i!-:,co w tion with the Pry The fi)li,nvi::c >v,:e V.i-eil ;iy t he 1 .e. i '�"..i. .' from 'he \.T.:>.:.;>. 'V-uii.' "in view t'-.o ft. : ppi ted proa: ..t'fonsivo i: Wly tahim: ; ',:> Cf this worbi i ov do, ided. t'-e Nar en iss.tos a v all : and foil orated -i day as s.-oa as 6ion ;t".er- � IDA FAK*-.\! In 1-0:1:100:inn. with Lc.-al t'oun. i! are avr S"imic 0:1 Thursday, place to ho announ.o. A special ineetinc . Is 1 ailed to eoTishler M:s G. \Y Kobin.-ott'-south, tonight, at 7 The resnla- cyr.-.r.;--: mitis classes for ad::! conducted 11-artsr '.ho Wore on's C'ivie club a trill bo held as afternoon and evettittg - in the K.i .is iii c'oncress. '.-�eon rereiv-of Women tat the o\ now a-par-t the :es:i!-:oi may thereby he al I'ontu tl of Won:-Local Councils eties to tiiip-'ir.t .. ssih'.e for iatoroos- assESSaraEHi Luxite Hosiery IV-ltnov the btst hosiery miIuo on the market. These silk stockings look '.utter ana weir loncer than anything at even double [,,� ;--.-ce. We have th.111 in two qualities. and all the new shinies. .J5 and .................... New York Purses V. ted hi.: So :: e\;-ress shipment of the law . York novelties in flat purses iy. Ail new colors, sand, purple �k patent and other loathe;s. ^ icthing real clever. Priced $1.25- 95c st new just in mem. 4.00 New Baby Bonnets children is of the M. OA ednesday Time 10 bay a bonne \V:- have oar new sprint: Tl.oy are heie in pre a at low prices. $1X0 to for 'he r.ay tot. shipment complei� . variety and 2.50 1'nlf?s the child"-::'* symtiastio classes nt the Y M C A which have bP.-rt "ondu ted uad -r rh>' auspices of h are be'ter a'-hey will be discontinued. In Geo M Ivi'.cip may ?r.�s to . ontinup the 1 it:tettdine members are asked nd this w---ek or send their in to His. J. F. Simti.s.m or Mrs. Holt. tnat the Women's Civic tetii'i order ni.tke class : to :-.rr. 11:'-.'M - W H. 2.50 The Thistle Sewiner Club will meet with Mrs Knox. 411 4th St. C north on V.'c-dncsday afternoon for Red Cross sewing. The annual Nursing Mission tea will be held on Saturday. Man h 30th. from S to i'- o'clock at the mission. 42$ lMth street south. A silver collection will be taken in aid of the funds. * � * Junior W. A. of St. Mary's church ore holding an Easier sale of home-. made cooking, fancy work. etc.. on '. Saturday from f. to 6. Afternoon tea', and ii e cream will be served by the' children. Novelty Veilings A or so pieces of new veilings just cived this morning. The new ch-.aielie � beauty spot" veiling, the "aliover" patterns and the new circular veils. 75c to ........................ Warner's Corsets If vou have ever had any corset troubles try a WARNER RUST PROOF. They are , made in the largest corset factory in the world. We carry some -to different models in back or Front Lacing styles. /� /|A Priced, 51.25 to ................... O.UU "Nemo" Service Corsets A corset that is in a class by itself. For the stout model this corset is supreme. There is a special corset for every stout figure and then you will find models to suit the average figure. The lady who is "hare}4 on her corsets. Sizes 20 to 36. Priced �2.75 to .............. 6.50 200 Brand-new Easter Suits The choicest lot of garments ever brought to this citv. 200 of them priced like this $15, $18, $24, $28, $35 and $40 Choice of 100 Cloth Coats Everything that's new will be found in this collection, which we priced at $18, $22, $28, $32, $35 Smart Serge Dresses On Sale Over 100 of them in all sizes, all colors, in every new style on the market, priced at $13.50, $15, $18, $22, $25 Taffeta and Other Silk Dresses All new the past two weeks. No two alike, and every one a masterpiece. $15, $18, $22, $25, $35 Pongee Silk 200 ynrds of extra qunllty natural pongee silks. 3!i Inches wide. Those silks aro vory scarce. Wo would ndvlso you to buy nil you enn uso at this low* price. 65c Embroidery Cotton Good cotton will soon bo EOo a ynrd. There is no doubt about that. Take our advico and lay in a stock of cotton. No matter where you buy it. This 42 inch fine cotton is worth 50c. On sale for a few days at 35c Hemmed Sheets Prices are soaring on sheets. So that a bargain llko tills should be picked up at onco. 12 only, hemmed stitched n fwv sheets, large Size. Each .......... _ He, did not feel that this would be ; pn;i tical otherwise. i It was not the intention 10 bring the j ;�t into force till the beginning of; lfilll except regarding the coal mines. ( The railways would not come under! the act till an order-in-council. | The premier expressed himself ; � SEIZED, HALIFAX ; continue its journey when it is no iong-i or driven by the projecting force from the gun. "It would .- em laghan. "that a new departure in ballis- j . tics can alone explain the enormous' . r.mge which is Hirer; times of that of ', anything hitherto accomplished." ! One expert estimates that the weight ; Of lite projectile i�; about 1(80 pounds and that it leaves the gun with a ; muzzle velocity of about four thousand ! feet a second, the gun having an eleva-; tion of about r,r> degrees which very j nuickly takes, the projectiles into a j stratum of rariiied air in which resist-: ance is greatly minimized. The strain and stop headaches, a bad cold, biliousness, offensive breath, coated tongue, sallowness, sour stomach and gases. Tonight take Cascarets and en-ays General O'Cal-j joy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleanser you ever experienced. Wake it[) feeling grand-Everybody's doing it. Cascarets best laxative for children a Iko.-Auvcrtisemcnt. Halifax. N. S.. March UB.-The. steamers, two Dutch and one. Russian. strongly that if the province through the board could not provide compensa-1 wt,re seized by the naval authorities tion at a lower rate than the compan-j'"'t'' yesterday and will before long province carrying part of the cost of' ies he would certainly favour getting be engaged in the British merchant, administration the premier said that out of business entirely. t marine service. The Dutch steamers, ] ______________: which are about 2000 tons net each.; . : - (have been in Bedford Basin for some j ' time, while the Russian steamer was | towed in to this port on Sunday minus I a propeller blade. When the officers ; boarded the Dutch steamers, there ; was no protest. The Dutch ensign was not flying and the British flag) will not be raised until the Dutch ! trews leave for Holland. On the Itus.'iian sdiip (he Russian flag was lowered, but the British flag was not raised. The Liver regulates the health ENO'5 FRUIT SALT -regulates the Liver RELEASE STEAMER Stockholm. Mar> 2ti.-It is reported that the Germans have released the Swedish steamer Princess luseborg. CHEST GOLDS may mean weak lungs and need more thorough treatment than mere syrups, physics or stimulants. SCOTTS EMULSION corrects chest colds by giving strength to the blood and warmth to the body, while it:is famous with physicians for relieving hard ' coughs and soothing the lungs,' throat and bronchial tubes. Scott ft Bone. Toronto, OaU 17-M Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to 830 an acre; irrigated land up to 850; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, Gia'IStpL C.P.R.L*d� !i ." 1st St. Eatt, CALGARY built at the Skoda factory. The gun itself is not new, but its novelty conies from a new type of shell"and the ex- plosive gases used In the gun. Thorn are said to bo only two or three of the guns. cMornin^. Noon and Ni$ht Braid's Best Tea Everybody enjoys this popular tea, because it has the quality to give it flavour, and the strength to make it truly economical. Ask your dealer. BBMD'S best Coffee i* u exceptionally dilution blend. - ^r^mffi:-"iiwrnrg ANCHOR DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply io Agents � -ir Company's Office, 270 Main 8t., Winnipeg. Just Like Finding Money THIS advertisement if presented at our office during the next 30 days will entitle you to a straight Discount of 10 per cent. From our well known moderate prices. Here's your opportunity to save quite a bit of money. One point further we would ask you to remember is- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENl/E E, EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK 74 ;