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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917 'trfft'-" LETrtBffllJUK �A!iv HKIttuU? 'f SeS. :: Specials at :: .fS!;:- *^Je^ Corsets, D. & A. and Warners .. -95c T7j Elastic Girdle'Corsets $2.25 4 12^c White Cotton, Tonight 10 yards $1.00 Ladies' White Night Gowns, lace trimmed. Regular 75c. Tonight..... ........55c 1 piece Ecru Scrim..l?eg. 25c. Tonight. .J9C 2 pieces Lace Curtain Net. 25c. Tonight 20c The Art. Needlework club will meet on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Boulton.  * * Women'* Heavy 'Black Stockings. Regular Tonight, pair............... 25c M35e. ands & Co. >�*The Busy Store" The young people of Wesley- church will give a play entitled "The Minister's Bride" on March 6th. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long entertained at five tables of five hundred last night. The high scores were held by Miss Mcintosh and Mr. Harold Long. At the regular meeting of the Baptist Ladies' Aid" held last Thursday it was decided to" give a-monthly donation of $2 to the Travellers' Aid work* V'. y * * * Will you'adopt a lonery>l3elgian soldier who has lost all his' relatives? A request lias been received through relatives of a friend of this lonely soldier that if possible a Canadian war god-mother be found for him. By a war god-mother is meant someone who would take an interest in this lonely Belgian and write cheery letters 'to him and perhaps send him parcels. His address is Prank Van Den Bergat, 9th company Mitrailleur, C. 81, Belgian Army. CONCERT-RECITAL WESLEY CHURCH, MONDAY FEB;T9 ,0'LINI8r ' \ MB8. Wftf NELSON, RlKWlST* TICKET8, ftOc; To be obtained at HlQtnbotham's Drug Store and Jackton's Drug Store;.- GASCARETS" FOR A GOLD, BAD BREATH Beat for Liver and Bowel*, for'Biliousness, Sour Stomach and Constipation. The Bulldogs Are Coming! The Bulldogs Are Coming! Get a 10-cent box now. ' " Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause' your stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments | like garbage in a swill barrel. ^That's jthe first step to untold misery-in-[ digestion, foul gases, bad breath, yel-; low skin, mental fears, everything that iis horrible and nauseating. A- Cascaret tonight will give, your constipated I bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you outvby morning; They work while you sleep-a 10-cent box from your'druggist will'keep:you feeling good for months. -Millions of men and women take a Cascaret mjw and 'then to keep their stomach, liver and ' bowels regulated, and never know! a.miserable moment. Don't forget the children-their little insides need;a good, gentJ^ cleansing, too.-Advert. GIRL WORKERS RIDE OLD DOBBIN NOW. caption for this London Daily Mirror picture says the sleigh is more generally in use this year in many Jfarts of England than ever before. The farm hejp in the photo are on their way home from a hard day's work. WOMEN PLOWING IN THE OLD COUNTRY Women must work while their husbands- mwst, in wife culdlnK,the.haTnW8an^the^nlnw�d flnlil fam Wife jruldtag,the hsm^s on-the1 plowed field, whi^^^ two little daughters plod alongside her for company's fAke. These are days of work and sacrifice in the old laud. A dance will 1)0 held at the Chinook club on Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 20th. from 8.30'to midnight, when half the gross proceeds will be given to the Red Cross.  * * Every soldier in the trenches .from Stratford-on-Avon on Twelfth night (January 6) received a slice of a monster cake given out and cut by Marie Corcelli. ' � * * � Miss Ida Honey sett of Coaldale, is leaving today to give an elocutionary recital at Claresholm. Miss Honey-sett is giving a recital on Wednesday at the Y.M.C.A. here for the Returned Soldiers' Fund.  *  At the meeting of the Alexander Gait Chapter, 1. O. D. E., on Thurs: day it was learned from the treasurer's report that the net proceeds from the entertainment "A MidAVinter Night's Frolic," held last month amounted to $328.75.  *  The Countess of Minlo, who has always retained her interest in Canada, gave a reception in the Victoria and Albert Ward of No. 4 General Hospital, in London, England, recently fbr the wounded Canadians and Australian officers.   * Miss Olwen Lloyd George, a daughter of the new British premier, is one' of Cuartreuse, > Niagara Green. It will be followed closely by yellow with the new shades of Gold, Honey, Roman Gold, Mustard. Rhubarb. Blue will' also be popular, but familiar shades will have - the new names of Soldat, Tapestry, brilliant! Riviere Turquoise. Then there are such neutral ^niisty shades of Bisque Beige, Sand, Silver, Oxford Gray, Ce-j ment; Mole, Pearl, N.utria and glowing roseate hues of Magenta, Ruby, Burgundy, Coral, Raspberry, American Beauty. * *-.*-�. Since Sir John Jellicoe has been living at Mall House, which is his official residence as first lord of the ! admiralty, Lady Jellicoe's great love for children has manifested itself even more than In the past by her interest in the orphans of the men who lost their lives in fighting under her husband's command. Lady Jellicoe is a great favorite with the chil-ren, both boys and girls, and is always at home when she calls at the big Hainpstead school, where sailors' daughters are- cared for. All of them are orphans, many made so by the last naval battle off Jutland, i' ,��.'* * The young people have been very gay this week, there being parties for tHeni nearly every night. Last night Mrs. - K. D. Johnston entertained a number of young people for her son Ralph. Contests of various kinds occupied the early part of the evening, Hilda Church's side being victorious. Progressive games were then played, Lucy Ingram and John Denoon being the wlnnjers. Several"; dances' brought to a clqse a very pleasant evening. The hostess was. assisted in.serving refreshments by Miss Nan Denoon. Those present werg Lucy ^Ingram, "Hilda Churclv, Hilda McMlllen, Dorothea Stacey, Margaret Gibbons, Meta Wellington, Jolm; Denoon,'-Cyril iWelling-ton, Nick -'M cBhee,-1 George Young and Ralph Nichols. � ; BOUkTON-DAVENPORT Yesterday at W,esley , parsonage; Miss Mary Elizabeth' Dalyenport' re-'. cently of.'Cheshire, England; was un^ ited in marriage' to Mr. Hen'ry' Boul-! ton, of the sFelger "Farm Dairy. The ceremony*,wks ^performed fcy -Rev. G. H. Cobbleclick, The bride and groom | were unattended. >  - - � - ......- RICHMOND-WtoMORE Miss Rose" $Y)groore;: of Growporo, Sussex, Bpglahd, attended by Miss Gertrude rsmlth, was .married in Calgary to O.; S; RichmdntL pf Lethbrldge, Wednesday,. Feb. 14,.by. the Rev. Air. Fallis of ^Central Methodist church The marriage took place last week in New York, at the residence of the bride's aunt, Mrs.. Charles Dana Gibson, of Miss Nancy Perkins, to Mr. Henry Fleld.^grandsoir, of the late Marshall Field;;the multi-millionaire, of Chicago, aadaneohew of Lady Beat-ty, wife of -A'dAfiiral Sir David Beatty. Mr. Field received his earlv education in Elngland at Eton, while Miss Perkins Is a member of one of the oldest and moM prominent families in Virginia. PAGE ELKVK^f,  -hift.^ After Supper Special: TONIGHT ON SALE at the "BAY" from 7.30 to 10 Krinkle Corn Flakes. 2 packages ........ Tonight, 15c Fine Juicy Oranges. Special, per dozen...... ..... ........ 17c SWeet Clover Pure Lard. 5 lb. pails. Special.........$1.25 Boys'Flannelette Night Shirts. Sizes 6 to 10 yrs; Tonight 49c SaturdV Night Boot Special Ladies' Fancy and Patent Pumps. In narrow widths; also a few lace Oxfords. Values up to $5.00. To clear pair 79< Hosiery Special for Ladies 60 doz. Ladies' Black Hose Outside sizes 8%, 9, 9% and 10. Warranted analine black. Special, sale pair 25. Boys' Flannelette Pyjamas. Sizes 8 to 11 years. Tonight . .. 80c Three Dozen of Beautiful Voile Ladies' Waists Ranging,,in price fromJI2.75 to $4.50 To clear tonight..................... Fine $1.99 A Final Clearance of Ladies' Heavy Striped Flannelette Night Gowns. Special, Tonight $1.19 Brass,Extension Rods Goose neck style with brackets complete. Extends to 54 inches. Regular 25c. . Q C Special tonight, 2 for..........._________, Oi)C i-opening A onig AT SEVEN O'CLOCK \h been beauti-. refitted and fine new fixtures. You will find it attractive and us able to give better service than before the fire. We reopen at 7 tonight and from 8 to 10 o'clock, to all who come to our parlors we will Kb- JS,\ GIVE A CARNATION . : � - i-i �-.-ii, A* ;ui additional attfart-ioii we^are offct'iiigf.;',;.'..' Special Prices on Every tl ICE CREAM, HOT DRINKS, MUIT AND CONFECTrQNE^Yr^ S THE STOCK IS FRESH- : JUST IN TODAY. f , V MEET ME TONIGHT AT The Palace Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor Coiner 4th Ave. and 5th St. S. Opposite Alexandra Hotel The Bulldog* A.r� Coming I 17114735 ;