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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAY 7, 1917 Tim LKTWmiKiE DAIIA URIUI.n PAGE SEVEN FINEST OUTER GARMENTS NOW IN BIG DEMAND WE HAVE BEEN DOING BIG THINGS THIS SEASON IN THE SELLING OF OUTER GARMENTS OF A PARTICULARLY ATTRACTIVE AND EXCLUSIVE ORDER. IN SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS, DRE6SES, WAISTS, ETC., THIS STORE HAS MAINTAINED ITS LEAOERSH1P FOR STYLES, VALUES, AND VARIETY OF ASSORTMENTS. IN ANTICIPATION OF A BIG DEMAND WE HAVE BOUGHT MOST LIBERALLY SO THAT NOW AFTER THREE MONTHS OF STRENUOUS SELL- ING, NEW GARMENTS ORDERED FOR MONTH TO MONTH S HIPHENT AS LATE STYLES DEVELOPED, ARE TAKING THE.PLACE OF THOSE SOLD, KEEPING OUR STOCK RIGHT UP TO THE HIGHEST POINT OF COMPLETENESS AND ENABLING US T4O OFFER SOMETHING DIFFERENT AND EXCLUSIVE FROM WEEK TO WEEK TO WOMEN OF PAR- TICULAR AND DISCRIMINATING TASTES. MANY NEW LINES HAVE LATELY COME TO HANI) AND WILL BE OX VIEW THIS WEEK: YOU CANNOT DO IJETTEK THAN TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS OPPORTUNITY TO FILL ALL YOUll DEMANDS IN OUTEK GAR- MENTS AT THIS STOKE. IB: WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THIS CITY FOR NORTH WAY GARMENTS AS WELL AS FOR EVERY OTHER LINE SIIOAVX HERE. OUR SUITS ARE IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES And Hardy Fail to Please, YOUNG LADIES' SERGE QUITS. Navy, brow a ffi and green. SteuB 15-17....................... Lit LADIES' 8ERGE SUITS. Many styles Lo choose On HA from. Sizes lo 40. (21.50 Lo........J.............JL.Jli LADIES' NOVELTY SUITS. Serges, poplins, gabardines, etc.- Colors navy, black, brown, gronn, gold, apple, 'sand, wlaterlrv, Copenhagen, black ami white checki. J35.00 to WOOL JERSEY SUITS. Most attractive BoorU suits [or young ladles' wear. Various stylos. Colors, apple, or ft A gold, blue, etc. 532.50 and ...................i. vD.UU BEAUTIFUL TAFFETA SUITS. Made ot superior taffeta. Colon blnck, navy and llusshn green. i f At am] Ij.UU Handsomest New Dresses IN SILK, SERGE, CREPE, ETC. Stout Women's Serge Dresses. Black and navy. 112.50 and J 15.00 Stout Women's Silk Drcti- ei. Navy, black, Copenhag- en, green, Novelty Cloth Dresser. Serfle, caihmere, etc. to ...I.... 127.60 Novelty Silk brand. Very attractive styles. Daintiest New v Waists IN SPLENDID VARIETY Crepe de Waists. S3 75 to..........'.. Georgette" Walilj. to 59.60 Silk Waists. White and black. 10 Dark Suit Waliti. MesWl. alne and novelty to Pretty Voile Waists. Dainty new to HOO. Gossard Corsets In a Full New Slock COATS OF EXCEPTIONAL ATTRACTIVENESS IN A'VAHIETY OF CHOICE THAT WOULD DO CREDIT TO STORES IN BIGGER CITIES THAN THIS. HANDSOME VELOUR COATS. Gold, old rose, on 0 U U sand, etc. tu BEAUTIFUL COVERT COATS, Short and long longlbs. Small sties lo large women's sizes up to 14. Many new garments. 120.00 lo SPLENDID TWEED MOTOR COATS. Suitable for alreel wear as aiiJ seven-c-'guth loTJElbs. Light aud dark colors In lovely finality. Pure twcede. 117.50 to.......................................... JliiiSU BEAUTIFUL BflOADCLOTH COATS. Verr rich and dressy. Handsome styles in navy, browu. green and blacfc. and........................................ PRETTY MATRON'S COATS. Heavy corded silks and fine serges In navy and black. Sizes up to and of licvr vJ-H- ng Mrs, W. S, Galbralih. The vount; ladles of St. Patrick's Jiurcli will boM a, card ruclal llie l.O.E. hall tomorrow night. Mr. am) Mrs U. Saucer arm Mr. :T! I> 'V of Canlslon. liotoreJ lo ilis city for U-c- Ilornr- returned on Sal- urday from a four months' tlsit California. Mrs. Martin, Dominion Rlock. will rnlprt.iiti ihc ncrubfjrE of tho l, O.ll.A. and ibeir Tuesday af- ternoon from 3 lo 5 o'clock. The art department of the Mathosla dub will meet at tlio liouic of Cobbledick touiorow alternoou al 3 o'clock. Mrs. Lc-flrr, TrorLliy matron of thu foaldalc Chapter. Order Kaslern Star, lias Invited Hit LcLiibrkUe chapter and Mr. John Home has Etne to on a short trip. The sum of the result of the lag-day Saturday In Cal- gary by The Military Chapter, J. O. D. Mfus N. Erdman. of llarons, has re- turned from the University of A Iberia slit; has successfully completed her course In the Faculty of Arts. .Saturday night Miss Gladys Attrea her high school dancing class aL au Informal dance lo mark the close of the term. A Jolly tlrao was Bjieiit by all present, refresh- nienis bringing to a close a delightful ci'ening. The lag dcjr held on Saturday oy the Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. resulted in (tie sum of J85Q be- ing collected TO carry on the patriotic v.'ork of the chapter. This year Can- iidlr.ii flags and (lie stars and _, ____ Siais lo visit the chanlpr sold. Jjist'ycar (lie flags oC 35.00 35.00 30.00 Coaldalc tonight when (iralmm. jjrand worthy malron, vrlll pay her of- liclal visit. t Owing to the number ol girls In the afternoon sivituming class, conducted Ny Hie Women's Civic' djb ai the V. M.C.A., not Lrlnp prottcicnl In Rwlin- the committee in charge have decider] to divide it Into two classes, ;irls under 13 to come as usual at 4.15 tliose 13 anrt over to be rrady to go Into tbc pool til 5 o'clock. Tbe clean-up collection of wasto pa- CL', bottles and rage Tor tbo Sir Alox- mdcr Ualt Clmiiur. I.O.D.K. on Friday lael was another SUCCLCSS..-Over fifty! TbcEe corscl3 arc Canada and for IbaL rtason arc selling at much less than a year ago. Tho elimination ol the duty more than mafccs up lor some" vanccs In prices and the viiriely'of cbolcc Lhia season is larger than havo ever had before, featuring the nine ideal figure In various grades CLARKE CO.: 612 ffi2..50, and APPOINTMENTS MADE FOR SPECIAL FITTINGS IF DESIRED, BY WHICH YOU CAN SECURE llll'l THE MODEL BEST SUITED-TO Avenue, S. YOUR FIGURE. Class-Fitting Motor IN BIG 'VARIETY OF CHOICE Blick and while check apt...............SLOT Raw Silk Caps, washabCe. For............... 51.25 i Motor Hate. Green and black._...'.......... with various arid shapes. Made moGtly of raw silk and fitted with'i large motor icarf In all the new colors. TheseSeparateSkirts ARE IN BIG DEMAND Splendid 'Sail SWrtu. Navy, brown, green and black. to silk Skirts. Black and plaids: to E17-M Bcnutiful Velour Skirls. Pliln snd checks. 515.00 lo 520.00 Serviceable Tweed Skirts Lljht and dark. 55.00 to tU.50._________________ Corded Silk Caps. Very rich CQiDrs- Green and S1.75 PI 'JP, rn THE LADIES STORE LLAKKt, LU. 612. 3rd Avenue..S. 612, 3rd Avenue, S. the allies lu Kurope wero sold, to- sothcr ivith the Union Jack. Tho weather man J.-DB very kind IIL jjro- vlillnu sucli a lovely spring clay that probably ivas rcsiionslble for Ihe large number of people on the streets. who nil wrMing to conlributc somolhlng lo Hie chapter's funds, A house to houso collection was taken In the moruiog and (be business cor- ners were mauned all day by members of ihp order and their The committee In charge nnd ill Hie mem- bers or the chapter arc very pleased with tho result o( the tig Say. A quiet wedding look place on Sat- iconle sent In tliclr names lo he call- urday at 5.30 In SI. Patrick's church cd UIIOIL The commlltce wish tuj wticn Hev. I'ather McCarrcry united in hank 5Ir. Fred Henderson for hl3 rajrrlagc Twohoy ot Jle- illclne HaL and Mr. lanli Ovcnaugh. services and the use of lila car, 31 1 r. W. McKcnzle for Ihe use of his car anil the stven Central school boys who aisu ol Medicine Hat. AHer a supper sertcd at toe home ot gave such good help; Tho commiUee the brido's aunl, sYrir Wm lo thank the public for (he Inter- and .Mrs. Cavenaugu left for points The annual meeting ot the T.elh- lirjilgo district ol tho .Mclliodtsl church will open In Wesley church noitt Wednesday al 4.30 p.m. and con- tinue on Thursday. A public nn-ct- ing In Wcsloy Hall on V.'ednesJay ev- ening nL will bo -addressed by Hcv. T. Tabcr ar.J ncv. S. Piko o( Iron SprlngB. 1 POLAND'S FETE DAY. Amsterdam, May 5, via Poland's national felo cloy ccle- hralcd nl Wartaw on ac- cording to Iclegram loclfty [rooi thu J'ollsh capital. Polish trbnps parndeil the streets which were gaily decorat- ed. AGEDJVOMAN pun Down and Strong Ubls tKfleeh Churches Christian at S p.m., r.iccllng. At Pentecostal Thurj. rfay, S p. m., Special availing upon God [Or lho. Usnlism of lUo Holy hosl. A hearty welcome to nil. At al S lar moulhly mecOnt; o[ the board LIEUT, mm Calgary, May Inqiical. will bo licld tonight into Ihc death ot Lieut. I'arker Peacock, ivlio as Ihc result of Injuries received yeslor- dny afternoon when a street car left Ihe tracks while descending lae.nlll In the norlh1 end of lho cily1, slfiklns nn automobile In which ho was riding. While clly officials arc rcticenl regards to Iho accident It seems lo L the Ihc concenans of opinion that the managers In (he TcBlry Tuesday nt Lnr woa mucn to quietly S p.m., .W.M.R. meet 'n school' By So many -people In Lclhlirlrlgn and vlclnlly aro In Mrs. Yv'IcTtershani'B condition we nak you to call at our store and RcL a LoLllo or Vlnbl, and ft it fE.ll 9 to benefit we will return your money- In her year Mrs. Jonn AVIckcrsham, of Ruasollvlllo, Pn.r says: "I In a feeble condition ind hai lost tlesli. A neighbor me (o try Vlnol, nnd after Inking two bottles my strength relumed; I nm gaining tn Hcsh, It hns buHt up my hflllh and 1 nm feeling line for r woman of mrnge, so I get around and do my housework." The ren3on Vlnol WAS BO In Mra, Wlckerahnm'a case wnfl he- ciuso It conlnlng liccf And cod liver peptones, Iron nnd manganoao pcplo rnltH mid glyccrophonphntcg, the very cJemcnta needed tn build up a we ened nin-down ayateni nnd create fitrongth. f, Right hero (n l.eLhhrklRo we have Been BUfih excellent result) from Vlnnl It la a pleasure (o'lmbw It is doing BO touch Rood for old people hi pthcr parts of tho country. J, D. lllg- InholhEvm ft Co., Ud.. Leth- bridge. Also at tho ucst druggists Iti AlWrtft AdTcrtlgcmcnf, lea In Ihc schoolroom. At at Rllilc Bchool workers conference nt the Lome of P. A. Andrews, Sth filrect south. Wednesday at 3 p.m.; prayer meeting In Ihe church. Thurs- day at 2.30 the ladles' aid meet ID tlie church, Al nt S p. m., prayer scrrJccC Thursday at 3 p.m., Indies' aid meet at (hn home of Mrs. [Jnnlopj'flt choir practice. At St. and Tonight Dl S Endeavor meet ipi Ihc.obufch'... Tuesday nl ft p, m., monthly riifollrip of the board of danger. FlEMliANI 'LYNCH MURDERER Phoenli, Aiir., May Daley, murderer ol James Hay Glhson, and raTisher 'Of Mrs. .'Glhsoji, was taken from tho stale police by 100 persons lo Ihe scene of his crime and hanged from an cleclric power pole Sunday morning. j o GKASSYLAKE church and SI. An- drews clrurch aro'protmlily the fin.t Iclnircliea tu Alborla'lo unite uriiler Hie csl which i9 heing taken In this work of ronscrvalloD, wliich has been showu by the increase of paper Et each col- j lection. The public are kindly asfced j lo continue to save, as another can-j vass of the city will Le taken in six weeks or two months. Mrs. Yt'taon'r. ing class, coTisistlng of girls from eight lo fourteen years of age, gave a very plcaslag entertainment at St. Mary's liall on Friday night. After a pantry sale and sale of work In the afternoon HIP following programme was rendered with yreat credit to Uife class, and also those who assisted In their training: Chairman's address, Mr; D: Smith; chorus by class, "The Beat Old Flag on flarUT: recitation, Mabel Hyssop; "sons. Marjory Tongc; recitation' N'oreen Arnold; fong, Ed- ilh Barclay and Ethel Larson; reclla- ion. Catherine Puke; sons, Hilda reading, Mnhcl Hyssop; Highland Fllup (In Calher- Peate; dialogue, Ethpl TArson and Alice ROES; duct, Grella and Smith; drill, by class; song, Bessie "Wilson; dialogue, Hilda Mor- ris and Edith Barclay; recitation, Alice Ross; song- Marjory Smith; re- citation, Catherine Peafce; sle Wilson nnd JToreen Arnold; duel, Mabel UvsFOp find Gretta Wilson; chorus by class, "We'll Never Let tho Old Flag Pall." The evening closed ty all singing God Save Oar Splendid lien. The winning llchet for the hand embroidered soft pllloT? was mimlicr 55 and was held by Mrs.' Proceeds for Hcd Cross, amounted 10 moo. WCfl. On their return thc-j nin at .MedlcJne Hal. (From Our own Correspondent) new church union agreed upon Grassy Lake, -May Dan between the Prusbylorian and JleLh- Ciirrier lefl on Thunrtay mornliiB for odlst churches. Last evening the rc- PorUaaJ, Oregon. rorl of the union commilloc of UK Mrs. C. Hoolli returned from Ihcmvo churches prcscntcLl by Rev. Hal hosplUl Monday where ,W. p. Burns ond Kcv. -0. II. Coblik- dlck, and was fldpplcd, inuklnjj union definlic. All that is ncccssary is to obtain Lhu.iornal conEsnl of Presbytery.of Ilils district EO far ns St. Andrew's is concerned. These two .churches liavc unj united services since in CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS provn 11, Sold sUe l Glisl.' Schmidt has bought a new Chevrolet. W. D. Henry la confined to his liomc with Illness.. A light dash of suovr covered the ground this luomlng and Ihc air cold'as winter mornings. The snow- fall -vtas ED heavy thai It stopped tlic formers From working about ten miles south ol town wlillo closer luto town was soon dry. DROP ELECTION CASES. ARREST RIOTERS. Amsterdam, via Lonrtou. May Grave riotiog has occurred lu Mainz, Germany, according to a report re- ceived here by the Sixteen hundred people took part in a demon- stration because oi (he scarcity of food, aud H number of shops were coted: Troops fired on tho demon- slrante. the report adds, and eight ersons were killed. Later the troops .rresled 500 persons.-. Canadian Army Headquarters In France, Jloy Canadian Over- seas funeral of. ___......Col. Drlllon o[ the Canadian managers In ttio church parlor. Wcrt-' killed. In action on "the sdcmoor. he- nesday al 8 p.m., prayer .service to birforo the capture ol Frcsnoy was made iddrcfised hy Arthur Barner of Calvary, fit 2.30 (he lad- les' nld of SL. Andrew's meet In lho church parlor. Thursday nt 8 p.m., the young Bible class of West- minster hold Ihclr reRular monthly business nnd social ruccttng-nt the 'luino of Mr. Hans Mateor, 630 12Hi :lreel C north. choir practlco Tuesday fltid Thuradriy at 8 p.m. Frl- (lny night concert In the church un- der tho Ruuplocg of ;St. Andrew's cliurcli. At Si. ot clcht o'clock Dorcan society meet in tho I pnrlEh room; nt S.30 meeting, In the vestry. Tuesday conMrmatlon, c In HE c-3 In the vestry at 3.30, .4.30 nml 7.3D; nt .S.Sft tcAnhiirfl' rrtcclfng. Wed- nesday 8 p.m.. Intercession HCT- vlcft- al 3 p.m., Woman's Auxiliary mccl. v. At St. nt 8 Icnchcrs' meeting lit St. AuKiislln'A hall. Wcdncadny at 7. p.m., prcnRrd- lion for' Holy- 'Communion In lho church. Thursday pirn.; mission- ary Intercession rind Friday at 8 p.m., InttrccasWn ceCflcc followr'l by cliolr practice. At tha nt tho relief society meet nl Ilia the occasion (or showing thp'respect and affection held by all ranks for this very gallant uftlcer. It was at- tended by Uio oificcrs ol the division with which the deceased officer was connected by the general officer com- manding thd arllllery corps and hy many gunners who b.atl served.under him. MANY INVENTIONS New VorK, Mny Sauiulcra. who has been rhalnuun ot the.naval Winnipeg, May "civic elec- tion cases" have been dropped. K. D. Graham, crown prosecutor, loday moved for tbc withdrawal of Ihe charges on the ground of lack ot evi- dence. The cases were accordingly wiped olt tho dnclict. 'Those'charged were, .Robert (Oinr ffer) Snook, Arthur Levin, Joscnli II. Skaletar, John Isaac Stein and Jack Stein. The rirst-named was charged of the election act, and too Others, conspiracy. The charges were lho oulcropplngs of nn Investigation conducted by Judge Myers Inlo Ui'e last civic elec- tion. ster church last winter. The two churches, as. noiv. united, will work under tho new. basis of union, tut for the present' will operate under Ihe regulations of tlie Methodist, church, ttov. J. 13. Francis has been lho min- ister to the jircacnt, end will likely eonllnuc EO. The question of the ap- rolntmtnt tit a minister reals with the. Methodist, church. LOAN CAMPAIGN. N'ev: 5. -With tho selec- tion of a campaign New York IjaEliGrs loday began an ag- BrcssivR campaign for tho widest dis- tribution of tho liberty loan and pre- dictions Were general Ihnt the loan would -be a pronounced success. Although tolals of the subscript- ions already received here have not been mado public cstimalta [iiaeo {lie figures between and said: Imard about two moulhs, It looks as Ihough Ihc submarine hr.s been solved, not only In Ihc ordinary, but on tlio strength o( Practical tests on lho Atlantic coasl." Mr. Saundcrs nddcd that In- vcnUona for U-boat siipprcaslfia- hid Leon fiuujnltled. AFFECTS REVENUE. Ottawa, May enforcement prohibition In practically all of Cnnnda Is affecting I'nc (nlnuf 'rev- The March figures, Juat ontj veglalcrcd p. lolal revenue of 749, a ileclense of wllh of lasl year. Tho falling aft Is mainly In 'Ihe excise on iplrlU, Sunlight Soap is made the housewife's profit, for only therebjr'-vsalhe makers hope SuniighlSoapmakes your work lighter, your clothes whiter, your home brighter. 1( is mild and does not harm either hinds or fabric, Keep Your EYES Healthy and Clear Don't subject them to any possible, injection... Don't wipe them with a pocket handkerchief unlex it Is abso- lutely When suffering from a cold, be particularly careful. Don't rub them with unwash- ed hands or a towel that has been useu by some one. When they feel hot and dry, bathe the outside of the Udi with cold water. Read good light, avoid- ing sny reflection from the printed page. COME TO US FOR GLASSES WHEN YOU REQUIRE THEM. NOW, MAY BE THAT TIME. WE CAN TELL YOU. EYE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweler Established 1B9S" luuer of Marriage LiceniM No Wltnesies Required Alberta I i The Ladies of- Lethbridge are invited to see the new teeny Electric Vacuum Gleaner It will lie (lemoHslrsiliHl at Wilson's Auction .Galleries, Tuesday, May S, 10 a.m to p.m. You will see by the cut thli la thing new In a Vacuum cleaner, (note the absence of the big, unlightly, u'rv sanitary dust sack.) It Is-ihe "GOLD MEDAL11 winner or the lasl Fair. If you v.'ould prefer a good hand cleaner we nave two clyles here that we woulcf be oHIy too pleased to rfem- for you. Give ui a call, you Art not obliged to .buy, ot, If you prefer, we will demonstrate for you .at your home, V, W. McGuire, Agent .PHONE 1023 615 NINTH AVENUE SOUTH. ;