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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta fEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY SlflRALD PAGE FIVa & GO THE LADIES' STORE Phone 45^ Acadia Block Tile White and a Sale of Corsets Are the Outstani|iiTfg Features of this Week's Events iaiiiiliivr-lines The yN'liite Siile I'.iivc i'eniiired for ! ly come Lo Jiaiul lias l()(l().^yil;ll all liiids %vitli U'liieli yon ii!re now raniiliar-Jjnes wliicn we he pMst I wo weeks av, s|)eenial |�rie(v-with some ne.v additions wliicli \u\\(j h\ic-aml sellinu-at:, i)i'iees much heUnvpreseiil, woi'Lh.  The Corsets comprise a.complete range of D. & A. and La Diva Jnsl. lo hand thii^ week and fealnrinii,- many new lines this season, which' (hnnon-slrale lli(> snijeriprity of tliis hack ImmmI ('iinadian line. Children's Washable Wash Dresses 90c, $1.00jl.25, $2.00, $2.25 a Lovely Now'Lfne, two to Fourteen Year Sizes There's a vast dllTerenco between' wash ilrosHos ami washBble wash drosses. ''lOvory dress in thLi lot Is of the latter kind, rande of heal finality Araoskeg Glngh.nni, In stripes, checks, and plitln colors, every one absolutely fast dye. ,' The styles are very] pretty and attractive-and the prices! They're fully a '.third less than we've even seen such tiartnents sold'for before. Imagine girls' dresses up to six" years at 90c, and\ others up to 14 years at $1.25. And all washable and attractive styles at that, Infants' White Crepe & Lawn Dresses 65c, $1.00, $1.25, up to $3.50 Long Slips and Shortening dresses In '/a. 1, and 2 yrs. sizes This la practically a new line with us and to make the opening display as attractive as,possible, we have taken particular pains in the selection of the stock and in making the prices as attractive as the garments themselves. White dresses for" llttio tots up to two years of age In the daintiest effects one could wish to see. The slips are shown In 30and 36 inch lengths, $1.00 to $5.00. The Shortening Dresses in six months to two year sizes, fine crepes and lawns-all special values at 65c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25 and up to $2.50. PHONE 1224 Corsets of Superior Style and Distinction Featuring Many JSovelty Featiuvss and Unniatchable Values Tlie now Faniou.s Super-Bone Corset Avhicli iw si)efially adapted to certain lig- ures and dresnes. The D. & a. and La Diva Manufacturers have surpassed tnemseWea thlR season, not only in the excellence of the styles, but In the values they have produced as well, and in addition to this, have Introduced some new fea-i tures, Including SUPER-BONE BONING-The most satisfactory', strong, and supple woven wire boning ever invented, used in this ninko only; absolutely guaranteed in every respect. SUPER-BONE: Flexible as the body itself, unbreakable and non-rustablo, gives absolute freedom with perfect support. Tall or short, stout or slim, there is a model to suit your figure. SUPER-BONE-Is inucli bettor than the high i^ricod, made-lo-order model-and at a very moderate price., Two Models on Display, fully guaranteed $3.50 to .$5.00 ^ NEW D. & A.iand LA DIVA CORSETS. 95c, S1.50, $2.00, $2.50, 53.C0, and $3.50. '; tor" ev^ry flg- NEW PERFECT FITTING BRASSIERES 65c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Every pair a special value-models ' ure at a price to suit every person. Excellent quality garments in a full range o� sizes up to 44, front fastening or back adjustment. f s. GoFiOead the Mrllsoinei]! and Tried It Avo.v, May lltli, 1914. : 5'I hftvo itiQs Btronger and better. ''^S Can cat bettor and t oin less nervous. �You may say that 'Favorite Prcscrip-lion' is just tho medicine for tired-out, worn-out women. -It does woudcrs for thom."-^Mn8.' Gko.'Flanioan, K. Main nd Statu Sts., Wclland, Ont. Cardstofi Creamery Elects Officers Cardston, Ii;eb. lii.-7-Tha annual I meeting of the Cardston Creamery as-^ sociation was lield on Saturday at the ; local offlcers with an attendance of 30 .stockholders. The election of officers I for the ensuing year resulted in the appointment of the old hoard as follows: ; Presldeut, G.i'E. Calioon; vice-presi-idont, G. k Peterson; inanager, H. Mcintosh; directors, J. K. Ockey, W. T. Duco, C. v. Broadbent, M. Smith. The salary d� the manager was increased to $1800 per annum. The followlijg statera'ent for the year ending .Ifinunry lUst, lUlG, was issued by tho ipanager; Amount ofbutter manutactured,. �56,000 poundB; amount of butter fat bought, 217,oa'? pounds; per cent, of over-run, 17; amount paid to patrons Cor butter fatj^ $59,718,(10; amount of cheese made. H.S.OOO pounds; cost ot milk and manufacturing, $1,800,10; price paid pej*. pound of butter fat, 27%c; price Received per pound of butter, 2814�; total reooi.nts for oheeso inado at Mountain View, $2,110.2ri. jrHIS "PRESCJUPTION IS FOR YOU. If you Ei}(l9r from hot flnshca or dizziness, fainting Vp'ollfi,; hysteria, lieadavbe, hr norvousnoBs you are not beyond r*-ief. 7.01 and 7.03 o'clock, mately between 4500 from Washington. It was appro.xl-and 4C00 miles Dyspepsia Spoils Beauty A Good, Sharp Appetite and Perfect Digestion are the Surest Ways to Attain and Keep the Beauty of Health ? ? ? ? ? ? ! !� : : : : : LATE EASTER THIS YEAR ? The penitential season ot Lent will begin this year on March Sth, and Easter will fall upon April 23rd, the latest in many years. In 1886, Easter was on April 25th, and in 1850 ph April 24th. It will not be so late again until the year . 1943, when the date will be April 25th. Try Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, FREE Nothing will spoil the complexion .;. .;. .;. .;. .> .j. Passes Bad Checks .las. Smith, alias Donaldson, alias Jas. Hughes, was picked up on tho Mrs. W. S. Rodgers, Calgary, white crepe de chine and shadow lace ; Mrs. Brewer, Calgary, white satin with cerise pipings; Mrs. Sanders, Calgary, black satin ; Mrs. Hawkes, Calgary, gray satin ; Mrs. E. A. Cul-lis, Stettler, blaclc satin and lace ; Mrs. MoUoy, Naton, cream ninon over yellow; with briinge satin panniers and many others. GONERM'AN-ldOWARD A quiet weddijig was solemnized this morning at Wesley parsonage, when Rev. G. H. Cobbledick married Jliss Ethel Mav'Coward of Spokane, and Mr. Paul Francis Goiiorman, of Coronation, Alta. bUdd-Hayes In thp T'lvangelical parsonage. Four Ways, Aita"., on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 8tli, a .'luict hut pretty wedding occurred, w'lion idames Budd and Ruth Haves of-Manyber'ries, ) Alta., were united ih the lionds of liolv inatn-' mony. Besides" tlie contracting part- A BEL THE END T dim the eyes, and cave in the cheeks streets yesterday by P. 0. Wi^g after! leS, there wore present to witness tho quicked than digestive troubles, NO GERMAN^QUARDS ON GOVT. BUILDINGS g' I Dr. .Pierce's Favorito Prescription is "We" have been very >i.teri ftbaolutoly without ohurgo. .' enretnl intheir solection, and we're ,Writo^w't�'�"Vfom' aa W^^^^^ not going 1,0 l^iUa any ohnnqes, , .. acuity of tho Invft W HpteK Dr. v., M ,j^^^f ^ v , jjjj,eij, piiblid admd; JndiDnveiiilpnoea; nb;';  the ijoiMitihy to" 'ivhioii � ivb;;i\re subjeo'tlnii! iolv lldadtteho.f,JJiliourf lleodaoUe, Dizai'. '�afe y ot botli^ the.-bulldlnsa wi .tliQ esp, CpBStipation, Indigpstion, Billoui Qinployooa, antj .'�'e ^YlU have' to cpn-LttaolMfftndalldenmgqmentoftheLiYev ttnuo our rlgl(l smporvlslpn, posBlbly, loaittch luidTyowolB. to tin? end PfUhe ivjtr.','' , "lyiy Beauty Secret? Just U.se Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets for Good Dl' geetlon; Let Nsfturc do the Rest." The pclsonous by-products of bo\vol Cermentntion aro absorbed Into tliQ , blood and simply ruin ilio good loolts N;. )f thi! victim, A bad f'omple.xlpu, haggard appearanco and emaciation are the spooiflo results. By taHing tituart'a l.lyspopsia Tablets tho digest lion is made normal and tho manaoa to good looks and good health re-moved, > ... ^ Get a 50c package ot Stuart's I)yf- ^. popsltt 'l^blots at any drug store, or ,;. send coupon for a froo trial. he had passed two worthless cheques, one on ,MgKelvle and MoGuIre and one on U Keel. He pleaded guilty to tho charges this morning and was sentenced to one year at the provincial Jail by Magistrate Elton. ' Smith has a long record, and iiis reputation had preceded him. Ha was in trouble at Scott, Sask,, and also at Calgary. He Is only 18 yeaj's of age, upd comes from Toronto and Rochester, N. Y. Both cheques were for ton dollar amounts. In his pockets he had oiieques already prepared to spring- on the unwary in other towns along the. line. ~ . R, Hobb.^, who lins been before, the magistrate regularly for the past three months, was found drunk yesterday and sent to the barracks for 20 days, >> ? ? ? > ? ! ? THESE UNITS TO LEAVE ? : . SOON 'icrflo, Prewdentj 003 Mam St., Buffult}, Dr. Pierce's Pellots aro.unequaled as t Liyqr Pjlli  Smalkat, eqsi'eatiQ take; On* FREE TRIAL COUPON. F. A. Stuart Co. 208 Stuart Build-: iUEJ, Marshall, IVIIch., send mo at once a free trial pajkngp of Stuart's DyspopsIaTablots. ^> Name ..;j'. Street., ... City.....'...i,..... State......... I I Ottawa, Feb. 1.5,--Gen. Sir, Sam Hughes announced tp- ? night that 14 new liattalipns were about to leave ' Canada London, Col. Wilson; 45thi �> Brandon, Col. Clarke; 51st, Ed- ; I�?" monton; Col, Harwood; 53rd, :� >{ Pripoo: ,\lbort. Col. Donnlston; ? Dljth, eoBtei-n Ontario, Col. Dftw-son;, Oisl, Winnipeg, Col, Muiv ? ray;:: flSnd,, A'anopuvor, Col, . ? Hulraci; �4tli. Halifax-, Cpl. ? Canipboll; C7th, VIe|oriB, Pol, ? HqHH! i7|8t, WoodBtqak, Col. D. Jlr. Deveniah Ib; qpn� fldent that the oompanyi wtU/strikelos' groat a quantity of.ail as anyso't-pie wells In tho Okotoks'{lql|l'.:have;;;^vhUe; the prbsent JndlQatlonaiavo'Y^ry'piUoh better. , Qne of the new dvinft:'Jn''.th9.:r:0)d Colony field south of CaifdstPA'jB'now down over 500, tejjt, an(jl^99ve.\Qijm$ui8 are lopked tor wltl^lpr fourVpvflv( weelta. , '\*^'f'' Stomach Troubles The Great Woman's Medicine Of ten Just What Is Needed. We are so used to tlnnklng of Lydia E. Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound as a remedy exclusively for female ills that we are apt te overlook the fact that it is one of the best remedies for disorders of the stomach. ' For stomach trouble of women iti9\ especially adapted, as it works in com-plete harmeny iVith the female orgBn;,'j ism, since it contains the extracts of th^.''^ best tonic roots and herbs. It tones up Y '''"'! the digestive system, and increases tbe'si- '*�'' appetite and strength; Here is: what-V : one woman writes sinewing whatihis'* medicine does:- ' � Newfleld, N. Y,-'r� 1^*11 of order. , A taWWPpAjftjl plj,!*" Pinl^baip's V^get^bl^r V.' ;