Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE DAIIA FIllrfAY, MAHCII yo, oificent Showing of Easter Garments Ever Featured Here j1 I %x V i 'V V- i one an Honest Value Nothing Marked Ujfrto-iMark Down Prices throughout as low as are consistent with thoroughly dependable materials, excellent workmanship and latest styles. ST! ITS, COATS, SKI UTS, DRKSSKS, WAISTS AM) ALL Till? FIXINGS TILVT GO TO MAKK UP THK COMI'LKTH Sl'KINU OUTFIT, sri-ICIALLV DISI'LAYKl) I'OIl Till: KASTEK SHASOX IX A VARIETY OF OIIOICE THAT IH NOW AT THK HIGHEST.I'OIXT OF COJ1PLKTMXKS.S AM) IX STYLUS THAT ARK NOT AND CANNOT KK SHOWN ]JY ANY OTIIKK STORK IX CITY. Niirdnvay guniii'ijlx nrc in Ihe Jcart iignln lids .season for excellence of niulei'iiils nixl wide variety of choice, anil by reason of cxccplinjinJly lanje jnnrhasiiiy pnmT llicir innlomls are. Hie choicest ami most depemlaUle and their values hy far tlie, best of a (liix.cn or more lines we carefully MAKK ALTKHATIONS FltElv AND GUARANTEE THE DEPOSIT SECURES YOLUl CHOICE TILL YOU AUE-UEADY FOR IT. A MOST COMPLETE VARIETV OF SIZES SHOWN FOR YOUNG LADIES, 15 TO 17. SMALL WOMEN, 1C TO 20. REGULAR OIZES. 34 TO 38. AND LARGE WOMEN'S SIZES, 40. 41, AND Suits that are Smarter and of Better Materials than you will see elsewhere at. same prices Serft'e Suils, Llg'hl and darU colors, Special val- ues................ frJO.OO Tailored'Suits of finest serge, iove.iy to 15.00 Wool Jersey Suits, (jold liluc. old rose, ajiple, etc.....................W2M and frto.Ol) Lovely Poplin Suits. New hiti'li colors, apple, Sold, .sand, to tfl.V.00 Easter Silks and Dress Goods Featuring Exceptional Values 1.50 1.25 65c 50c 1.00 2.25 CHEPE PE CHENE. All colors. Special............................. WASH SILKS. anil tloral. 3G inches wide......................... WASH CREPE. 3u inches. Flesh, maize. ivhHe and black....................... SAJAH SILK. .Ml CBIV colors. Spetial ._...'...... NATURAL RAJAH. ,1J Special value HABUTAI SILK. White and blacR. V 3G "BLACK DUCHESSE. 3 special vaiuus. S1.7S. S2.0IJ an.l TAFFETA SILKS. Wonderiully good value. Plain and shot elTecle. A very wide variety ot all the latest colors........................ NEWEST COATINGS. Wulto ground, with colored ov er Yard COVERT COATING. Si indies. Ssnd color only. Lovely quality. I 3 2. Handsome Skirts A most complete new stock in all Hie favored styles and nuterlals oT Ihe seajoii. Many of just lo hand thti week, Invo nil suiaU and med- ium sizes auJ rxira Ifirge ui> to inch to Silk Skirts to Plaid ,Silk SkirfK n( A't'loiir .Skirts (n Serge Slurts, Children's Wash Dresses Made of Ginghams and Chambrays. Sizes 2-6 2nd 6-14. All guaranteed Wish colors at S1.25, S1.50, 51.75, 52.00, S2.M and S2.75. 612 3rd AVENUE S. Gossard Corsets.. Lead Them All The original front lacing make now Lmiinted by many no I .yet cnualled, PTadc In Canada iVhtch zuvay the duty nnd consequently sold one- third less than American makes which are inferior .In design, quality and fit. COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES FOR SLIGHT, MEDIUM AND STOUT FIGURES. SjU.50, Sti.OO, ami An experienced corsetiere will fit you the modal suit- ed to your figure if desired. More New Easter Waists JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS. Gcorflette Waists. Light1 colors. Waists. Novelty styles. tfj 1 JG.aO to IV Crspt de Chcne Waists, Dark Silk Waists. For to I Hahutai Silk Waists. Black aii'l ivhiie. Coats for Practical and Dressy Wear at Unbeatable Prices for Equal Qualities Covert sniiill niul Tweed Couls, dressy iiiid street inolor wear. to Lovely Yelitiir Coals, phiin liiKli'ctii'm's nnd chei'lis. iiiid Di'oadcloth C'icil.s. Navy, brown. and hlaek J-iil-J.ot) ;uii! Heavy Silk Poplin Coats. lihiek loose and belted and Beautiful Dresses A lovely new lot just lo linnil Ihla ivcek In Uie new Ullllfl Durkc and oilier fnvorert styles shown lei serges. sllk3. cnshmcres, creye do chcncsj Serge- Dresses C'iisliniei'e Dresses THE LARGEST VAR IETY OF COLORS, SIZES, MATERIALS 4. PRICES YOU WILL SEE IN THIS CITY, AND ALL AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.' 4.50 Natural Rajah Silk fco 1175 4150 -Middy Waists. Very Voilc'Waisls. Very.. dainty. Ti-00 to .Waist Bargain. Voiles, crepes hiilorefl-linen, (ttc. Y JtO '.Torlh ,up 1.90 Silk Dresses ijilo to Crepe do C'lieuc Dresses (o JjiiJo.flO Silk and Crepe Kimonas A splendid ntw stocV of very deal rilling styles at iji2.00, .fU.OO. Jjio.00. and JjilO.OO Easter Hosiery and Gloves at Last Season's Prices NOW WORTH ONE-THIRD MORE SILK BOOT HOSE, Ladies' ?lze. (Jlnck SILK BOOT HOSE. Hlncli, while anil all colors................................... SILK HOSE. Black, and while. Special.............................. CLOVE SILK NOSE. Slnnlo anil high colors..................'......... GIRLS' CASHMERE HOSE. I'latn, G to S'.'j Inches; (o........................... BOYS' AND GIRLS' HIBQED CASHMERE Umlouljfeclly the best values on the market '4 to 10 inches. 35c to................... LADIES' KID GLOVES. POITIIC'S-mulcc. Special DENT'S GUARANTEED GLOVES. All colors anil CHAMOISUEDE GLOVES. While, grey mole, BOYS' AHO GIRLS' LISLE HOilE. 5 to 10 Mr- LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE. Special afle 10................ 50c 75c' 2.25 45c HOSE. 1.50 2.00 1.25 40c LOO 612 3rd AVENUE S. ifo i i BRITISH MAKE A CAPTURE London. .March Rassfau .'vernmont baa issued a proclama n to announcing formally I'.s'eovern'ment's wish that Poland de- li Iff- for iUelf the tariff govern 1'rit it desires, says a Renter dis lea from I'elrograd- The govern iht Lites 1; lor granled that Ihede- will be for "a TICTT Independent land, (armed or all the three now parts." The Poles are to tle- 12in? the form of their gOTornmenl a constUai-Ional 10 b .Id at the capital of Poland on. the I sis ol siUfrage. the a.1 Volmar soluiiuii was adopted urging" the j nation of the aiiioDomoua admf unit called lalvla aud formed in the portions of provinces ol TGnia and CourlaniJ popu I ea by-Letts. Tae rtsolmiou declar- a firm adhesion (o the new Rus- iri and says Latvia TviH n'ain nn inseparable and loyal prov- :e of-ilussfa. The admlraTty council taken the oatli ol loyalty to the London, Marfh cap- ture, by.ihe oi Huraul- court. about eight miles cast Bapaurac is reported by Rcut- er'a correaponileat at the Brit- ish headimaiters in France, A GRAND DUCHESS-ARREST- ED. London, March ar- rest anil delonlioii in her.home of the Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovnu. cousin of tlic ricposerl Russian Emperor, is. reported in a Ileuter rlispnlcli Iron; The Russian was made as a result oi Hie seiiure of a compromising leller lo another cousin, of. the Grand Duke Bor- Ktlmbnldii, of 'ihc EdaiGQlon court house were exam- ine! nl the slUing of the iiiililfc at- counls "coinmittec1 of llie Icjrils's'r.rp llhis morning liy T. U'. Twceilfc in rc- Iganl to syli script tons to !ll.i y bills 'described as ti campaten fund- third they said-was expected fall, n _. Edmonton, March HHIIHCB, afternoon the Grand Duke Bor-. werc ordered reporteil for a paper 515-3: "Allegations that v reading hf the railway coinmillee of siatemcuc'tliac drew fram Han. C. li. is on the Increase'nnd maintenance OL v v ff V j the legislature tins morning whose oil- Mitchell Ihe il. the ilcvelopnienl of tho coal-' the imiguiu fii-ilamagc Jin Of the WES a vessel of ions, gross. who informed cominlLlcc! t'ay niad'e (jetwccn and ;.n: nualiy ui fees and salariea. Tivce'cHe wiintctl lo were they pleased to-s-ve and the VV- R ll. .Mason. "I fell Die Fame jl pay any snhscrlpllon.1' mlghl he 9 rc'leclfng- the feeling of ,ill. All staled they were niHiroached. Depnly' Sheriff Jlea who paid ir.Mri ahout UiTue weeks later the inonry subscribed. Abiul" lime there had been gosiip about i- and Ihcre luul belli Sn newsiiaiiers. fSpccIal to the Herald) Edmonlon, Mar. deputation representing 55 houses in law and order more difficult in rrpeg and some of Ihc western cities because of llie large nnmher ol un- employed alien enetnlps aggrcsatcd I herein is JlkeJj- to resuli, U is statr-dj few duys enemies in .ern the centre of Lhc cily of Calgary -vML-lln lhu within a ed upori Premier Sitton this morning af ajl alfen c in objcrlion (o the amendment to and other west. city charter to provide a hall holitfcv )n Jears at th'3 limc il llas fields of the province, the eiteiUtons 'opposition iiaiicr do, lo Ihe High River and Hudson Bay five called .ill except one lo be known In lulure ae the .they had willingly placed their nnincs Alberta Hudson Hay, Hallway, lielne'on Elic finl for for the exploitation of the; from In A100. UIOSP ilic one day a week a year. They crt that they would not object to dos- ing for four tnonlhs, hui if ihey not gel a general provincial lav Ihry irork urged tlial the pebplc of CalKarf c'jsiomary lor the citias IQ he largely i coal resources of the the Itbckiea and the incorVoralion of Hie JRctl Deer Valley raihvny company foe- linV for Ihe purpose ol Turlher develop- ing (hft mines In JJie Heil Uccr VnlJcy higher p.niouni being elenographcr.i Drumhollor settlor ot tlic province. Freileritlon- N. B., March L. LniTlInw, who apnroreil for the ler F. Foster today accepted Ihe Hudson Co., with Dr. miershlp of Xcw which gislcy, Calgary, informed Ihe corfV him after the resignal- ranjr although no actual rallway that as, the amendment had re- ported for the third resting by 1'ie private mils cornmlttee thc> Ihe members of llie house. have and the failure of tlie foreigners lo raalion of a new arlmlnislrntion''and hire wiih. the farmers hrhiRs into announced that Ihe names of tho cab- prominence the ur.desirability of "inv- Inct-ineniherfi shonlil he made puhllc IhCiln a few rtays. The new. premier leil [the opposition in the election. unemployed allfns trccls o' Canadian cities." Household Furniture OF E. B. 3KEELS ON SATURDAY, MARCH 31st AT TIB .THIRD AVENUE SOUTH (RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY McKENZIE CO.) AT 10 A.M. AND 2 P.M. Fuiufcd oak dining table with mbcstoa pad; fumc3 oak buffet1 six. turned, oak dining chairs, leather seals; Lisliogany-bed ami Os'- termoor mallrces; mahogany liurcau; clilffonlor; table; small end bedroom chair; jvhHe Iron bed; springs antf m'adroas- child's large white iron cot. and mattress; large den inlilc 111 f four wicker chairs; one round wicker table; r siaall fpmcd oak lablea; fumed hall settee wlln mirror; fnmc-ri '.t ofik morrJs willi Jcather fuahlons; mission os'k tea cjrt; fumed oafc writing table anj chair; one sectional book case; one irickpr chair; tvro small bcdroorn rugs; one square bedroom rug; one square den niff; ;one Kitchen cabinet; one kitchen lablo and chair; one Ljrce-uunicr g.is slovc; one round Oak Chtel sletl ranpe; ono clonu (Utrr; ,wash iub.i; boiler; lawn hose and luIacelloDEons srtlclca, .TERMS -1 The Ulcerated Tooth iliroush a uum railway consirticinn apslsling1 in seeding opnrR- Thio year ihe railivaj'd are EhoulJ be given an postponInP thcir worh J" order lloL ion Premier J. A.. Murray ycsler- consOuctJon had yet been done the on the amendment lo the WLlu seeding opcraliftns ('av. He took up immediately UIBifor- COIliDany had spent J7S.OOO in ter. Tlie premier informed tbe tlie Jo malion of a new administration'and coal and In aur- .Tlio amendment of Hio-A. II. H. H bjll noL only for Hie eslons- lon of the lltnc for construction of the Irom one to three years hut also for eitensloii3 which will Ihe mllcaRC to 500 miles. They run from fllack Diamonrl In or about tpwnahlp 20, range 1, west1 of the (If111 meridian southerly and thencn westerly to the Klsncneha Pass, thence southerly to Water-ton LnkcB, souLh easterly lo (he town of I'inchcr Creek, thence south easterly to Cards ton, thence south easterly (n Coulls easterlj- to the eastern hound (arj" of (he province In or ,iboui town ships 1, 2 and 9. also from Cardstoi Lel'hbridge, also from townshlpf L, 2 and 3 to Medicine Hal, thence t point In townshJpa 17 and IS nni from Iltftck niamontV lo Oholoke. The Red Hcer Valley railway will run from Princess on the C. P. R. In a generally northwesterly direction along the Red Deer Valley connecting with (he C. N. H. and there will be a hrancn easterly along llie Creek lo a point at or near Gem and Lhciicc In a Eoulherly rtlicction to llns- EBTHX I IVAN: You won't tccl heltor till you ,Rcl .VcConncIl In the Toronto Naws. Cartoon York. March Tho Ihe Dt'iiish freight steamship Glyn- was conflrincil menibcrn ol (he crew who were paaaengura inet reported liy Berlin, March 2G, ol (he on Ihe Orduna. The ship wag on her way to from a. French port, sallorr; said, and was warn- ing on March 9. The chic[ mate of the steamer vrns klllcfi one of the assistant engineers Injured, flylnmcl With the French" Annies oir tho Kronen Thursdai-, via j I'nrls, March fire's s of Ihe Frencli ntlvancc' In the viclniii- (if Coucy-le-Cliaicaux, now [irmly in'lli'6 frencli hands, continued inellioflically tcdaj-. llolh cavalry anil Infaiilry are in closest touch iviih'tlic Gcr- and forcing them.lo ha'ilcn ihn speed of i heir retreat- From liiii glh and' Ihorougli'iireiiarallon of the German defensive works ll wc-i evidenl Mint a tended- longer aland In- ot Caucy-lc Chalcanx., a v unique Inslorical 'inpiiutnent, which len ago, although' ...disrn'anUcd. was liiiact as Ly Enguer- rand In thif thirteenth century, was found hy the Associated Press corres- pondent when lie visited It loday, to be a incrc heap o[ stones. DIED PRISONER TO TURKS. tendon, t'oroat naval car Bcrvlre, fi'? lo nave1 whilst a the Turks. lie w'aa a aon of DarM ilifrhcll, of Wlft- nipct, unu a of .Senator Mit- chell of DruDinjnndvJiic, Qua. THE FOOT TOGGERY GIVES SHOE VALUE For all agtj. Part of the price paid on all shoes is for fitting -value at any store. Properly fitted shoes v.-car longer and look better while helng worn than do poorly filled shoes. Our tafeimcn ar- experts an Fitting for Comfcr't and Appearance, W. J; NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BLOCK.