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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta lURSDAY, FJEBRUARY 10, 1910 THE LETHnRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Always Acceptable and DeliciotiQ. 110 AT in AM The Tea of all Teas. Bisa Black, Green or Mixed Get a package and enjoy a cup o� Tea "In PerJcction", mm FOR mm FESIIVAL Jardaloii. Feb, fl-ITic Cardston ,trlet win be,^well ropieBeiited at ! coming-'pi'ovlnclal musical festl-I tQ.be'held iit Letlibrldgo, May liS, and 25. Professor J. Frank Layiio, x\or of tbo Alborta Htake thoir, Is Jipletlng arrangements for the or-nlzatlon of a sixty voice choral so- I ty, and practices will commence ' mediately. Other entries will In-,de Quartettes, trios and solos. The drama, "Commencement Days" ably presented by the second ward 1. A. nt the Assembly hall on Frl-y and Saturday evenings, netted > sums of $58 and $100. The Alberta stake theatrical com-ny, will present In Cardston on irch 15th the sacred opera entitled aul, King of Israel." Rehearsals I commence next week. C. Oliver, of Calgary, has been arded the contract for the erection the new smoke stack for the dec-p plant, and the work of installation now under way. Successful Conference (The M. I. A.' session at the Taber-,cle on Sunday evening brought to u )se one of the most successful L. D. conferences ever held In the Al-rta stake. The weather was ideal, B attendance large, and the di.s-urses excellent. llorac" H. Curamings and William ."Slorlon, representing tlio general ithorities at Salt I^ako City, were eakers at each session and dcUver-, e.xcellent addresses on temporal as ill as spiritual affairs. Other pro-Inent speakers were: D. II. Elton, ithbrldgo; O. T. IJrsenbach, Ray-ond, and Pres. Tlios. Duce, Card-on. The stake Sunday school con-mlion, held In connection wltli the inference, was also a splendid suc-.ss. SING MEETING AT iCHER BRINGS GOOD RESOLTS with four recruits with him, and between si.x and ton coming on Monday, Captain Wallace of the llSlh Kilties returned Inst night from Pin-cher Greek whore the recruiting cam-! palgn got under way at a rousing meeting on Tuesday night. An odlco is now open there and there Is every promise that the Kilties will secure many (Ino recruits in that district. Capt. Wallace was nccomi)anled to Plnclier Creek by two pipers who stirred things up, and by Messrs. N. T. MoLeod, Harry Bontley and A. H. MoKeown of the CltlnenB' Kecruiting committee. A rousing meeting was ^ held In the Presbyterian church which ; was presided over by Mr. Kettles, and at which .Mayor Allison, Mr. McLeod, .Mr. Benlley, Mr. McKeown, John Kemmis M.P.P., llev. Mr, Craig. Capt. Wallace and Sergt. Instructor ^amii-Bon spoke. ICnthuslasni for the KUtloa was very apparent at the meeting. Rev. Mr. Craig, pastor of the church, in his address, nmde the stfiteraent that he did not want any young men in his congregation who were eligible to wear khaki. This pronouncement was greeted with applause. During the I meeting music was furnished by the I very excellent Pincher Creek orchestra and the two pipers from thell3th. Capt. Wallace states that at least 10 men were secured, while some of the recruits hope to bring friends with ,them on Monday, so'that the total, as I a result of the visit, will probably bo 111'). Tlie recruiting ofllcers w^re treated linndsoniely by the townspeople of Pinchor Creek who fitted up a recruiting olllco for them, oupplylng the necessary furniture and Ilxtures, at no cost to the Kilties. The spirit of Pincher Creek is very much appreciated. Mrs. McClure is visiting in Calgary and in the guest of ncr .sister, Mrs. IJohie. Mr. (iro. W. .\lllson was called to Owf-n Sound Wednesday afternoon ow-inu to the serious illness of his father. *  * Mr. .James DuiT leaves on Sunday for Honolulu, where he will .spend the remainder of the winter. - Cal(i;arv Herald. � It 4 'I'he Ui(f Hisler.s ela.ss Ijf Knox chm-ch arc havini; lea on Satur;lay aitcniodii in the basement of the cliurch beginning at 4 o'clock.  �  Mrs. K. I'J. Fisher arrived yesterday afternocin from North Baltleford anil i.s the gu^st of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. P. Conybeare. The Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Patrick's ch\irch will be at home to their friends in the Knights of Pythias hall tomorrow evening. The ladies of the Maple. Leaf Chapter O.E.S. will meet for sewing to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Red Cross rooms in the post office. inc. K. W. Kingston, of the lath O.M.H., Medicine Hat, return d to his regiment today after spending a few days' leave with his wife and children.    Arrangements arc fully completed for the card party wiiich the Eastern Star are holding in the Masonic hall, Tuesday, Feb. I5th. Kach member is granted the privilege of inviting a friend and it is hoped that the response will be hearty, as the object is a worthy one-proceeds to be devoted to reli.f work. The program will begin promptly at 8.30. A branch of the Women's Emergency- Corps has been fornuaught?rs and Maids of Eng-. land held a \ery successful whist drive last night in the Sons of England hall. There was a splendid attendance considering tlie disagreeable weather. The proceeds which amount to $18 will be used to buy tobacco for the Lcthbridgo boys overseas. Miss Cameron and Mr. R. W. Scott won the first prizes, Miss Laverick and Mr. G. W. Parsons, the second prizes, and Mrs. Pipes and Mr. A. Carr the consolation prizes. Soven-t en tables were in play and at the conclusion of oightsen hands refreshments were served. An informal dance brought the evening's pleasure to a close. * ft Tuesday evening an enthusiastic I meeting of the girls and young women of St, Cyprian's church met � to form d Dorcas society. A large ! number were in attendance and the society was formed with the follo^v-ing olheers : Superintendent, Mrs. i McMillen ; president, Miss F.. Kelly; vice-president,- Miss H. McMillen ; secretary, Miss V. Hagell ; treasurer, Miss M. Kelly. It was decided to apply for a girl to support at either the .school at Kangia, India, or at Honan, China. It was also decided to prepare bale to ship in the fall to an Indian school in the north. The llrst meeting of the society will be held on Ti:esday evening, the 22nd, and afterwards every other Tuesday evening at the rectory. all tie Latest Wc arc iiii'Min able to ])r('soiit I'or youf ac(M'piinice and appnival nu advnncc sliowiiig of the voi\v latest spring- Suits and (.'oats direct from tlie world's Fasiiion Centrcjs oi' New York and AFontrcal. Our usual excellent quality of niatin-ials, hin-ji standard of Avorkmanshi]) and reasonable prices are again to the fore which further demonstrates our power to g'wv. the ladies of Letli-liridg'e first hand fashions n\ a very moderate eo.st. All iiew spring fashions on display in .Ladies lleady-to-Wear Department, Second Floor. All our new Ladies' Suits are cut on the Infest aji-proved lines, arc; lined with fine quality silk and satin materials.. They Include a fine selection of Black and Blue Wool Serges, Bedford Cords Gaberdines, etc., in a splendid variety of colors and styles-to make an early selection from complete range of sizes, moderately priced from Ladies' Mew Spring Dresses In a liaiidsome range of fine silks, poplins, satins, and serges, cut on tlie latest models in a full range of sizes. Moderately priced from GREAT VALUES ARE ALWAYS THE FEATURES OF THIS STORE Specials from the WESTINGH0U8E MAZDA ELECTRIC LAMPS-The name guarantees a good lami) and the lamp guarantees a good light. Ot\f% 15, 20 and 25 watt, price each.......................... OUU Forty Watt, price each 35c. 20 PAIRS ONLY, NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS, strong, durable thread, white only, useful design. 18 In. wide, 3 yards long.-- Hegular ?1.25 and 11.35. Special per pair................. PRINTED LINOLEUMS, Two yards wide.'A splendid quality, excellent designs and colorings, suitable for any room In matting, floral, hardwood and tile effects. Extra heavy weight. Price per square yard .................................... V�JC FLOOR OILCLOTHS-Two yards wide, in a useful range of designs to select from'In various colorings. Price per ^Qf� square yard ............................................ mm em's '$1.29 MEN'S MOCHA & KID WOOL LINED DRESS QLOVESiJ best quality in stock; sizes 7 to 8 only. Reg. ?1.75, for MEN'S PURE WOOL SWEATER COATS, smart colors, well made throughout, assorted sizes. Values to $4.00. Friday c5 1 Q and Saturday Special ............................... ^tmm Ii9 Special Value in Boys' Suits Boy's English made suits of strong tweed and worsted materials, pants are bloomer style, coats are plain or with belL C>8 QQ Values 16.50; Friday and Saturday, Special.............. 94>90 me MEN'S HOBNAILED BOOTS- very Strong, all leather and counter back supports. Sizes 6 to 11. Regular ?3.50 tor per pair ...........'............................ MEN'S BOOTS in Tan Calf,.Blucher and Button styles. 10. Regular price $6.50 per pah-Week end special', per'pair.'.'............................ ODD LINES IN LADIES' BOOTS AND OXFORDS, and Pumps, in black and tan, smart and dressy styles. Regular values fl* if QQ � up to $5.50. To clear at per pair..................... 9 I aW v MEN'S PATENT BLUCHER BOOTS, made on a real classy last, in sizes sl.\ to nine only. . Regular ?5.00 boots Special per pair...............,..................... ODD LINES IN LADIES' SATIN PUMPS Vlcl Kid, 20 pairs only. Regular ?2.16; Special ................. $2.29 Sizes 6 to $3.75 $2.75 $1.95 Caedly Specials 200 rbs. IMPERIAL CARAMELS, filled with delicious friut OE*� and nuts. Made in Lethbrldge, per lb......-.............. CwC Nougats, local make, fresh for Salurdaj', per It).....25c. Puffe. Rice, Butter Scotch, Peanut Bar, Marshmallows and 9SLt% After Dinner Mints, ?lj local make, per lb..................bUG Pillow Cases Hemmed, ready for use, 10 , 42, 44. Twodays only per pair.......................................... Pure Linen Towels HEMMED AND HEMSTITCHED PURE LINEN TOWELS Reg. COc and 75c per pair; Friday and Saturday per pair 29c 30c A Very Special Grocery List: for Ithis Week-Eedl Rolled Oats, very special, 8 lb sack...............30c 201b sack..............69c Corn Meal, 101b sack ..... 39c Graham Flour, 101b sack ...39c Jatmeal, Standard or coarse, .101b sack.............. 39c. ''lour, "Our Best", 101b sack tor ................... 39c. Pears, finest evaporated, � � ............. 36c Apricots, finest evaporated, 2 Its for ............... 25c. Peaches, finest evaporated, 2 ttiB for ............... 25o Prunes, finest evaporated 2 lbs for...............25c. Apples, finest evaporated, per lb .................. IBc Mincemeat, special 2 pkts .25c. Macaroni, special per pkt. . .9o. Molasses, special 21b tin .,14c. Olives, finest uManzanlUas,, very special, 2 bottles ....... 25o. Olives, launch Queens, Ifi oz. bottles, ................ 35o Peanut Butter, medium size 20c Muscatel Raisins, special per pound ................ 15c Sunlight Soap, 11 bars---- 50c Gold Soap, 11 bars ....... 50c Royal Crown Soap, 2 cartons for ....................45c. Golden West Washing Powder, 2 cartons for ........... 45o Fairy Soap, large cakes, 6 for....................45o. Gold DusL large pkts, 2 tor 45c CastUo Soap, per bar ......15c Blue, (Mrs. Stewart's Liquid 2 bottles................25c. Syrup, pure cane and Maple . Mixture, 1-2 gal tins. ...56c. Tea, H.B.Co's Household blond, 3 lbs. tor ............ $1.00 Coftee, H. B. Co.'s Household blend, 3lbs for ........ $1.00 Coftee, H. B. Go's finest Mocha and Java, per lb......... 45o Sugar, finest B. C, 2011) saoks, for $1.60 with Grocery orders. Oranges, week end prices, per dozen 23o, 33o, and ..... 45c. Lemons, special per doz. ..28c. Apples, splendid value. Bits. for ............ ..'.;... .25o. Jam, Strawberry and Apple, Raspberry and Apple, and Black Currant a,nd Apple. Special quality, 4 lb palls .45c. Pali-y Soda Biscuits, salted or plain, per large tin .... 35c. Cheese, finest Ontario, lb. . .24o s Peas, Beans and Corn, finest Ontario pack, 3 tins .... 35e, Tomatoes, extra quality, Ontario large tins, 3 for.....40c. F'lour, H. B. Go's Seal of Quality, guaranteed from No. 1 Hard Wheat, 49tt) sack $1.85 98 lb sack ............ $3.65 Pork and Beans, Llbby's, large size.................... 15o Pork and Beans, Clarke's, 3 tins for..............25c Salmon, finest B. C, red, per tin.................... 19c Sardines, H.B.Co's Beaver brand Reg. 15c; special 3 tins ..35c Sardines, plain or with tomato, or mustard, special per tin Sc Butter, Brookfleld Creamery, 3 lbs..................75c. Sausages, Brookfleld brand, per lb.................. 25c. Bacon, finest breakfast, siloed per lb ................. 28c. Lard, guaranteed pure,, 5Xb pall ................... 89c. 3 lb pall ............... B5c 10 lbs for .............. $1.76 BANTAM REGIMENT SEEKS RECRUITS IN ALBERTA Vancouver, Feb. 9.- a nit K, i GOING BACK AT 'EM ? THE SECOND TIMEi ? Sergl. Robert Sergeant, who ? has been to the front once. Is ? going back at the Huna again. ? He was through some of the heaviest lighting with the gnd > Battalion, First Brigade, and ? l leave shortly. ^ .;. .j .;, ,> ^ ^ New Owner Will Assume Contract Routine matters occupied most of the time of the school board last night at ItB regular monthly ;;nieetlng. Owing to the sale of the ^Ashcrott iplne to Commissioner Grace the school contract tor coal will have to be awarded to another party. However, Mr. Ashcroft has not yet released the bqard from his contract so nothing can be done at present, Commlsslon-or Grace however has promised to assume Mr, Ashorott's contract at $4.00 per ton delivered. An offer from tho Frauco-Canadlfin Collieries at Frank, through Becker and Yates, to supply coal lit $3.05 per ton, was turned down, the board deciding that the Bfivlng would not bo enough to warrant sending the money out of the city. . Messrs, Hughes and Brymner waited on the .board nsa dele�:atlon from the Musical Festival oonimlttee to ask tbnt the board co-operate In having EOhooVphoruses compete tor the sbiolii (or public achool chorus singing, The lionrd appointed Messrs. Davidson and Scott a committee to take the matter! up with tho principals and teachers j of the various aohools, and if Interest Is shown, It is possible that a musical supervisor will he appointed tor a short time to help the teachers prepare the choruses for the event which takes place on May 23, 24 and 25. Chairman Johnston of tho finance committee reported on the negotiations with the city for the financing of the board' for 1016. He said the only matter now standing between tho city and the board was tho request that the city acknowledge at MADE. IN the end of each quarter. Its Indebtedness to the school board at that time, In accordance with the. new legislation affecting such matters. If the city win do this, the board Is prepared to finance Its own requirements tor 1916. The remainder of Mr. Johnston's report as to negotiations with the city has already appeared In the Herald. BEST YEAST IN THE WORLD NO SERIOUS HARM TO LIBRARY OF PARLIAMENT Ottawa, Feb. 9.-The library of parliament, with Its million dollar treasure of bpoks, is again ready to do huBlnosB alongside the ruin of the main parliament building. Tho library officials after cleaning up and taking stock of the result of tho fire report that practically the only damage has been tho loss ot some 40.000 or 60,000 volmnea stored over the reading room. Although there were six Indies of water at one timovon tho library floor, there was praotloal^ ly no domage done to the books In the library. Some 10,000 of tlia moro valuable voIumoB which could not have been replaced hail the fire got Into U>e library were carried to tlio oast block b.v the pilUtlapn tho tilfilit of tho fire. These have now bgqn.vO' turned to their places. > . ... ,.. GRAY HAIR BECOMES DARK, THICK, GLOSSY Try Grandmother's Old Favorite Recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compounded, brings back the natural oolor and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked of gray; also ends dandruff, itching scalp and stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get this mixture was to make It at homo, which la mussy and trou'blesome. Nowadays - wo simply ask at any drug store tor "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound." You will get a large 'bottle for about 50 'pents, Everybody uses this old, famquS'recipe, because no one can possibly toll tliat you darkened your hair, fia It 'does It so naturally and evenly, � You/ dampen a sponge or sott brush with. It and draw tills through � your htUr/;' taking one small strand at a^'tiJPvCll by morning tho gray hair dlaappqalrs;.' your hair becomes beautifully dark.'' ihlck and glossy and you .looif^'tyeaisi i younger, J, D. Hlslnbotham Co,. UniUed. Prugglata. LetlilbrldgBiVAltii, i -AdveitlBeinent. ' ' � 281?2092 39844935 ;