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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta t�AGE BIGHT THE L E T H B RID G E . D AIL Y HER A L1^ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916. THE SIMPSON eg, Home of Holeproof Hosiery and C-C Corsets HOLEPROOF HOSIERY Quality iuul priro" aievov cliiiiio-o, Saiiio quality and price now as they ^vol( a- year au'i), iSuld at the sanu> cast and west. ^\oiiieii's Lisle heavy Aveiglit. per box, () ]):urs for ^2.m) ^^'olnel^s llne IJsle. Holeproof, per box. () pairs for .1^3.00 (iirls- fine Kibbed Cotton. i)er box :3 pairs for ^lAH) Boys' Heavy Ribbed Cott(Hi, per box 3 pairs for .�i-v:>...�r.-,v>.:--,;..;,.t..~-.x... -ViSa..,-f And these soft, snug-fitting hose cost no more than ordineiy hosiery I V\'o sfiii-k tills Cor>i't in niid Hiji'li Busr slyJps ai from 81.00 to -SJ-.do. and LoAT. Medium l)vicos i-anoiijn-rliore's- notliiiig-Letter made in Canada at the price. Every pair is i'lilly ci'uaraiiteed by the makers-a new cor.st^t U you do not get satisfactory Avear. Let your next Corsel lie a C-C, then you Avill alwavs ask I'or tlicm COMETX and look over tlie fine range of AVasli Dress �^Latcrials. The choicest things we have ever shown.'and the ])rices are pleasing. THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. THE LADIES' STORE phone 453 Acadia ilod tSLARKE&CO. Unusual Saturday Savings the Annual White Sale Lower prices than these lines will he i^old foi; again this s(Misoii-4or I'or many seasons (o come. Wo nnxle early preparation for this season's husiness hel'oi'e advances look place. consetiutMitly we are feal itring old piMC(>s on all slandard liiKJS, Jill. 01'which are worl-h inu(di more al th(>pi'esent time. Xcw goods are arriving every day. Take a look ai'onnd tomorrow and do nol miss lliei^ie splendid values. ThvsQ Children's Dresses Ilnve Cap- tured IMotliers' Hearts-J)Oc, Amoskeg Gingham, absolutely styles: sizes two to fourteen, .1^1.00, .151.25 .$2.00 washable. Very smart They conic In two nmgos-Uvo to six (or tho llltlcstotx nmt six to fourteen for llio older girls-neat checks, .�Jtrlpes, and plniii colors, very bccomluK. l>erfect fitting. We have never before heard women say that children's wear is cheaper than they can make It-but that Is the unanimous opinion when these dresses are seen. Have a look at them anyway. All guaranteed absolutely fast color. .V IJii� Saturday Sale ol" C(M\sets . ;.;.95c TWENTY DOZEN-A SPECIALLY PURCHASED LOT-READILY WORTH $1.50-WHILE THEY LAST .... 95c You hear :i great deal of clioap eorHets, but it Is no exaggeration lo say that this lot is in a lUiss all Us own, anil niueli superior to any you will sue this soasou at tlru price. Made of splendid quality coutil, white only, medium bust, long hips, re-inforced waistline and abdomen. Sizes up to 30. Two pair of hose supporters front and sides. Scores of interestini� special Saturday l)ari�aiiis from every other department ol" the store, ineliid-iiis�- all the itenis featured in dre.ss i�th battalion, Lieut.-Col. Xelson tjpeucer commanding, announce the . -- Sp.ppointment of .1. McCoubrev and 11. Msdicine ,' Hat,; .Feb. . 17.-Orders ^ Plemming of Calgarj-, a.s provision-posted itt'tlie' headquarters of the !al captains. IIIIIIIIIIIIH A Natural and Pleasant Way to Health TEST it foryour.�iein Talce EKO'S-"FRUIT SALT" when you are "below par" and notice how it improves your health and .spirits and brighten.k your Dru^gfiit for KSO'S-lhe only genuine "FKUIT SALT" -and beware ol imitatloni! Prepared only by J. C EKO,Ua., "Fruit S�U" Worki.LONDON, Eng. Sola Afeat McCAUL STREET, TORONTO (4) ,BewapQ,of Substitutes Men Leave Good Positions to Join Blairmore Regt Ulairniore, Feb. 17.-With only two days gone a total of 10.", men have attested tor the i;i2nd regiment. Ile-eriiiting for iliis battalion started yesterday. The town of Blairmore itself has been practically depleted of every man who is able to enlist, and a census of the eligible men loft show that only three single men remain, and it is conlidenlly e.\peeted that they will be brought to see tliat their Kervices will be necessary. To give some idea of some of the men wlio have sacrificed their posi-tion-H Jn the town of Ulairmore, a list is glv'.-n below: 11, ..M. Hennelt has filled the uosillon of purchasing agent of the West Canadian Collieries for seven years, and is well known to every salesman throughout the province. O. A. Passmoro, who has filled the oflice of agent of the C. P. R., lias found tlie call to the colors too much for him, sacrificing a highly luciaWve jiosition to do his duty. J. W. Verge has been principal of the Blairmore sdiool this last throe years, ho too giving up ail to do liis bit, 'Hie sec-retany of the town has also joined the new regiment, as have also two of tlie chief offlcials of the coal company, E. C, CoBBtlck giving up the position of chief accountant. working for Ked Cross Day, Feb, 29? Special Prize A prize of $.'> will be awarded to the boy or girl, under years of age writing tlie best account of how on Red Cross Day'X;: '^'^ '''''''"'^ __ 1 Kssays must not exceed .'lOO words land must he entitled '.'How 1 boosted Tiie following ciriular has Ijeen | for Red Cross Day." sent to the boys and girls of Letli-  liridge by the local branch of the Ked Cross Society in connection with the special Ked Cross appeal for funds to be made on Feb. 20tli: Girls and Koys: You all know what llie Itcd Cross . stands for and what splendid work j its organization is iloing iioth on the battle field and in the hospital in caring for our wounded soldiers. Now what We want to tell you is tliat on February I'lnii, everybody is going to be asked to do something I to help the Ked Cross brandies all over Alberta. ^ Vou see February li'.Uli is the odd day of the year, the .".Cifith day, and it is a day running around without anyone claiming it and so the Red Cross is going to take care of it, and make it a Red Cross Day. The storekeepers, arc going to be asked to give a nercentage of their total takings for that day to the Red Cross, and we are going to work up a big day for the storekeepers, so that they will all do a big day's business on the 29tli of February. Now the girls and hoys of liCth-bridge must do their share, andj we want them to talk this ovo^Witli their 'parents and ask them to he sure and put in- a good big order for groceries and supplies on this Ked Cross day. We are enclosing you some little stickers marked with the Red Cross and you can lielp to remind everyone of the date for this big day, by sticking this on tlie figure :J0 in February on every calendar at lionie and aity-where you can find one. 11 is e.vpected that a great.oltehsive movement will soon commence on the western front in Flanders and this will mean tlial the Red Crqss will be ta.\ed to the limit to supply enougli bandages, surgical shirts, aiid all the necessary equipment for the proper care of the wounded. We niust be ready for the demand ! and Lethbridge and district will do , its share. After our hoys have been j wounded in fighting for us it wouli] i be a very poor retiirn if v,-e let theiii j .sutler for lack of proper and adettuate ! supplies from the time they are pick- I ed up until tliey are cgnval.esceirt, I wouldn't it? ' I Will you lieip, girls and bo.vs, by | 76 AMERICANS KILLED IN MEXICO IN LAST THREE YEARS Washington, Feb. 17.-All the state department's data on the .Mexican situation asked for liy Senator Falls was transmitted to the senate today by President Wilson. In a letter from Secretary Lansing accompanying the reiiort it is said that 71) .\mericaii citizens were killed in Mexico in the years liU.'!, I'.ill and IJil.'i, as-against 7 in the three years preceding, and that j'G civilian .Vmeri-cans and It! soldiers were killed on .\merican soil in the same three years as a result of -Mexican troubles. NEW HOME TREATMENT FOR BANISHING HAIRS BOY'S LEG WAS AMPUTATED Kdmonton; Feb. 17.-A nine-year-old boy named Elmer Forsyth had his leg ampiitated this afternoon by a street car. He was lust out of school and slipped while running in front of the car. (Ileauty Topics) ^ With the aid of a delatone paste. It is nn easy matter for any womaii to remove every trace of hair or fuzz from face, neck and arms. Enough of the iiowdered delatone and water is mixed Into a tliick paste and spread on the hairy surface for about two minutes, tlieii r^ibbed oft and the skin washed. TJiis completely removes the hair, but to avoid dis-apiiointnient, get the delatone in an original package-Advertisement,  .Mcxandcr ^Iclnlyre, ai^ed 87 years, i passed away al' his home, lot ti, cou-Ice.ssioii 7, Nlintd township. ity Groceries Attractively Priced for the Economical Housewife ORANGES, sweet and .Navels, per dozen 25c, 35c and ........ LEMONS, large size per dozen ......... GRAPE FRUIT fancy Florida, each 10c and SPANISH ONIONS, [\V> lbs for ........, SEE you CHILDIS I I y\EAD LETTUCE two for .....,,. HOT HOUSE LETTUCE per lb, ... CAULIFLOWER, large white heads each.... CELERY well bleached per pound ........, juicy,- 40c 30c 15c 25c 25c 35c 25c 11c ROLLED OATS large round tubes, Quaiker, llobin Hood, and I'nrity, OAn each................I fc^W PEARS AND PEACHES, Lib: by's Rosednle, 2 tins for ............ OOC GREEN GAGE PLUMS PICKLES, in hulk. Sweet, Mustard, Sour, .Mixed, Chow (!how and Sweet Gerkliis, per pint ............ 18c CHERRIES, Libby's 2Vi regular 150c, on sale i; tins, for .......... tins, 45c 'J. tins^ for 25c 35c POTATOES, CARROTS, TUR-, � NIPS, PARSNIPS & BEETS at lowest market prices. COCOA, Cowan's in .^Balers each ....... b!jC CORN, PEAS AND BEANS, ? tins tor TOMATOES, finest Ontario jiack ilygeian or A(\t* Vino brand, :i tins for HUw TEA. Kerr's special per lb............ TEA, Deckajulla, ,. per pound .,...... COFFEE, per lb, .:.......... COFFEE, Ideal Blend :'. lbs lor ........ CHEESE, finest Ontario, per lb...... WASHING POWDER :; packets for .... G.W. & r, C. SOAP 2 packets for ..,. Braid's Best 40c 60c 45c $1 Sweet ;riCE, fancy .lapan 1 lbs. for.........,, 25c SICKJOniED LOOK AT TONGUE! MOVE POISONS FROM LIVER AND BOWELS AT ONCE ' �'ii. ,Nolhing eeiuals "Ciiliforniii Syrup of Figs" for childriui's Ills; givi; a tea-spoonful an| f\j per box ...... Fancy Table, 1 lbs for ..25c, iCOOKED SLICED OX ^TONGUE, per lb, COOKED SLICED 'j HAM per lb........ COOKED SLICED ROAST PORK, per lb BROOKFIELD SAUSAGE, per box ..... 15c $1.75 )B for 25c. $2.10  ..25c; 65c 40c 35c 25c CORN FLAKES, pkges for ., PACKAGE SOUPS, Cong's and  -.Mngg's six packages for ............. 25c ig's and 25c SCHILLINGS BAKING DER, 12 oz tin, reg. �10c on sale, each ,.. SARDINES, genuine French, regular ;iOc on sale two for ........., POW- 25c 45c CHRISTIE'S MIXED BISCUITS Two pounds 45c UPTON'S PURE FRUIT JELLY in tiimhlers eacli ;......... CHERRIES, pitted two tins for, .�........... CEREBOS HEALTH . SALTS, per bottle .. TOILET PAPER, five large rolls for .,,. TOILET PAPER, Kddy's Onli-won, lUOO sheets and Nlckle holder, on sale for ............ 15c 35c 40c 25c $2.25 MAPLE BUTTER, FRUIT BUTTER, assorted OKn flavors, Hi oz bottle (CmySG CANDY, regular afic. 'SC*� lino on sale 2 lbs for v^W MONK & GLASS CUSTARD POWDER, reg, L'Oc. on sale ............ 15c LINOLEO a I perfect antiseptic jiolish, etc., Qri�� per tin ...........'.. HONEY-Finest Onlarlo, 2% lb. tins, on sale CQm this week........ 90C GOLDEN EGG NOO-DLES per pkg..... 15c Geo. Kerr & Co. IMione 145;j Fjiniiiy Oirocers and PioviHion Mei'oUants 313 5tli Sheet So^tU � 22 ;