Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
t'-. 30, 1915 1 PAGE rtVB S'jfpupeyb Showiing of New Easter Gafeients and Funiishings for Miladi We'^Tereceiying many New O^ats fl^^^ daily. Today's express bubilgKi'a dozen or so smart Gldth^^.Dresses, designed by the makers oi" iPordbh" garments. Then we received a few Smart Coats, a fine ;|^|beiich Val Edgings, and, wide Normandy Lace Flouncings. ;|i|ogether Avith new Veilinigs, new Neckwear, new Gloves, new |, make$ the store a very interesting shopping centre. An extra |salcGS people for the holiday: rush. Shop in the morning.. 1 lies* and Misses* ipyl^^west Spring Coats ' fi;^lg]i|'now we are showing a - j^jtiid assortment of medium ,1', Jlp^^ed coats in serges, fancy ^chj^Viots," covert cloths and other materials, styles for piiiisaep and women; not a gar-vmfeht'.'but what is new and no two 'coats alike. BriceA from , $9.00 to $18.00 5, $3.00, $3.60. ^ N�mo" Corsets for medium? figures, with patent elMtiv bands, $3.96. .Nome Corsats a new in- viotble reducing corset, 'Nor 314^,price �4.00. root for stout .'5 styles, priood � up to HM>. WARNER'S CpETS Warner'* Speplw f new designs, extra BpeoArt^^' OOft per ifBH . ..... C06 h�ri>W?Laoo* from 1% to 4 idchei' UU "Radium** 'Cotton ,Ho**,, mercerized flnlsli, black or white, a pair . i., 25c Lisle Underwear Liale Combinations, wide or tight knee, short or , no sleeves, special.. I 9v Liale Vests, "Cumfy Gut" kind, they won't slip off, special 35c and.. fc9C Combinations, fine quality white Balbriggan, ex- tra special at ......V.wC Baby Vests, a special ".Vanta Vest," all wool at "ttCaa : 50c, cashmere at ... OpC &C0 PHOTOGRAPHS Wi FASTER--^ ; will bring- the family together -y^^' again-'the boys and girls will be [V back from school- THE VERY TIME .a, for a Group Photograph. PHOTOGRAPHER 906 3rd GOLD COIIM POTATOES " For Seed .' $25.00 PER TOis! A. CASAUBON-Lethbrldge Phone Rural 307 ICE Delivered Daily TERMS REASONABLE PHONE 701. Jrio. Brodio For True Economy Purchase At The Bay introdticing the tailored Suits and Coats for Springtime. 1915 EASTER-the leadinq fashion time of all the year-will soon be here. Our Ready-to-Wear Section, anticipating your needs. Is featurinq models that show the trend of Spring Fashions. The Makers of Fashions have never sent prettier styles than those now displayed lii this section and to which both Canadian and New York designers have contributed. Their charms are many anddlfficult to impart by printed word, but women who look them over at their convenience will quickly decide that more delightful styles could not be desired. As Friday is ji Holiday, Wednesday and Thursday Will Be Sale Days At The Bay Ladies'OxfoMs $2.39 Just 10 pairs of tliose Ladles' Oxfords in a final clearance. The leather is selected Tan Calf in bluclier style; dJJJ QQ Regular ?3.00.................^��vy Ladles' BliicheiH $3.09 iMade on newest Spring last-these. Ladies' Black Gunmetal Bluchers; flj^ CQ sizes from 3 to 7; $4.50 values.. ^ObUM Girls' Tan Button Boots A taible of these Girl.s' Button Boots on sale here tomorrow. Made of selected Tan Calf on one of the season's most popular models. Sizes 8-2- CI QCI Kegrular $2.50 .................^� I 351. Men's Tan Boots Blucher styles in Men's Boots, all this Spring's latest models. Materials are selected Tan Cali. Comfortable fitting lines. Values to $6.50... ^WaOU Tan Elk Boots These Tan Elk Boots tor men, soft and pliable leather, very comfortable fitting, strong and serviceable. Worth $4.50. Sizes 8, 9, 10, 11 only..., $3.50 Children's Dog Skin Gloves Dent's Make- "7I%#� Per Pair .......................... I OC Ladies' Dog- Skin Gloves Tan shades- J� 4 Per pair 7.5c, $1.00 and ........^� I "CO Nottingham Curtains Sale Priced at 85c .lust IS pairs of Nottingham Lace Cur-tain.s to go on sale-6 pairs Arab, 6 pairs white, fi pairs Cream. The values run to $1.75. The lengths run 2% and 3 QC�% yards. Special ................... OwC White Slop Jars 99c White Slop Jars, white Ironstone China, good size, uncovered- QQm Regular $1.75 .................... 99C Nifty New Neckwear These beautiful new lines in Ladies' Neckwear have just arrived in time for Easter wear. They are iby far the most attractive lines we have-ever shown. C "I t\t\ Priced at 35c, DOe, 7oc and .____^� I �MU Ladies' Kid Gloves Our Glove Seiotion Is replete with our new Spring shipment of Ladies' Gloves. These include white, tan, grey and |jlack in Dent's English Gloves, also linesi of French Kid Gloves. The smartest and most up-to-date lines- C Is 715 Priced' at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and 9 I � W Easter Hosiery Silk, Lisle and Cashmere Hosiery will be found here in great variety of texture and coloring. � Our 'iHosierj' stock is complete and all reasonably priced- ^4 f\t\ Froih 2&C to ..................9 lallU stration of Easter Flowers For Thursday and Saturdaj' This display will include Easter Lilies, Roses, Carnations, Snap Dragons, Violets, Daffodils. Narcissus, Tulips, Hyacinths,' Sweet Peas; also Ferns and Flowering Plants. See them in the Dry Goods Section: Palm Protectors Ladies' Fine Night Dresses Slip over style, short sleeves, J* 4 lace trimmed. Regular $2.00 .. ^ I eOn Ladies' Corset Covers Made of fine quality Muslin, lace QC#� and embroidery yoke. Special ... 03U Misses' and Women's Combinations Fine knit, low neck, short sleeves, knee length. Special ............ CwU Black Sateen Shirts These Shirts for men, material is good quality English Sateen, cut good and roomy serviceable and neat fitting- Special .........................9U6 These are in great demand among Teamsters, Bricklayers and all who do rough outside � work, a great protection for the palms and fingers. While they la�t OC�% 3 pairs for ....................... CaOv Oddments in Men's Spring Underwear A tableful of odd lines in Men's Undershirts and Drawers, all Spring weights, all wool, fine and serviceable. Regu- 7|5 j� lar values up to 11.25. Each......f 9U Men's Neck Ties values to 75c 25c Pleasing d-eslgns in American and English SilkB,_lov6ly new colorings; a OCm clearance of values up to 7&o.....-CvC ... Men's Bath Kobes Juat ten of these Bath Robes on sale. Bia- tevial is extra fine imported. Style is long with.girdle. Neat dark colors. OQ Special........... ...........9va9�l Clearance of Men's Hesivy Wool Socks Men's Heavy Wool Socks in dark grey color, also grey with white toes and heels. One of our special lines- ft A Af| A pairs for ....................91 ellU Boys' Shirts 55c A' neat range of designs and colorings on display in these Boys' Negligee Shirts, style is stiff cuffs. Values up to 85c; CC** All sizes........................ 9wC Big Shipments of Confectionery Just opened uip for Eaater selling. These lines include the popular "Nellson" and "Lowney" brands. A special line of Candy Easter Bgar for the little folk*. All at Hudson's Bay Special Prices. Roman Meal Demonstration Here Soon. Oklahoma may pass a ^yomen's 8-hour law this session. French co-operative societies art generally trade union uudertakioK*,-)' , jl'Ir. and Mrs. W. R. Ward have returned Irom Peterboro, Ont., where they;' liave been visiting the former's parejits. � t Dr. MciVall)', who has been on- ah e.Vtended "trip cast is expected home tombrrow. *� * * The many friends of Kirs. W. J. Smith will be pleased to learn that she has suillciently recovered from her recent malady to be removed from the Gallj hospital to the home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Van Hecke, :5th Ave. S., where she will remain tor two weeks before returning home. People of South Alberta generally will regret to hear of the death on ! March' 25 .of Dr. T. A. Amos at Exeter; Ont. Dr. Amos practised medicine at Raymond tor a number of years with Dr. J. 11. Rivers. His daughter � is Mrs. -George Ewing o� Tabor. the home of the bride's parents,'Mrs. J. White, 1010 Second Ave. S., yesterday afternoon, when Miss Mary Winchester Irwin was united in mar- riage to Harold Shales of Number 1' Fire Hall, Rev. A. H. Denoon offiol-: ated. The young couple will reiidtt in the citv. 9' The general meeting of the Mathe-sis club will he hsld tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp in the Y.M. C.A. auditorium. After the business meeting Rev. A. H. Denoon will give an address on "Belgium." The Daughters ot the EIrapire have been invited as guests for this meeting and are requested to come at 3.30. A large attondance of the club members is anticipated. � A very pleasant time was enjoyed by the members of thd Knox Uiurch Guild who attended the weekly meeting of the society last night. All those present joined heartily in sev-eral.games and two solos by Miss Hazel were greatly appreciated. A very excellent supper was another important patt of the evening's entertainment,-. � ' � ' � JOHNSTON-USTED At the Kiiox Manse by Rev. A. H. Denoon, last night. Mr. Jas.. Johnston and Miss Anna Usted, both of Commerce, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. 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