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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 5SDAY� FEBRUARY 22, T91G THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Better-tliesi-llsual Values In th CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES IN TWO RANGES. Two to HJx (iiid six to I'ouftoen sizes, fine stiipc ihock nnd iilaiii gliiKliams, nil giiarantocd absolutoly fiu^i (.olor, Two to Six-Prices 90c and $ Six to Fourteen sizcB $1.2'5 to $?00 SelllnB at Less Than the Making Alone Would Cost, Busy Days at the Yard Goods Counters Tlic most advnnlag'cos lime of liic yrnr lo supply all your lininc! scwiiio- nocds is i'iu'hl, iioav, svI;oii slocks of yard ,'oo(ls ai'o nl llic liiji,'li('sl point of coni-plclciHss. And ill addition to that, prices arc mncli lower than they will be later on by reason of the early iinrchases wo niaile at old i)ri('es before advanees Avere |)ut on. Aceordinj^- to present (jinarter to a third more than we are askin{>'. Pnre Linen ToweHinj�-....... 15c _ standards, every line featured here is worth a Heavy half bleaclit'd and Unbeachod, very strong, extra speolal value. Glass Tow(dlinj� ... . , 15c, and ISc Two special values. 2l), 21 Inches wide, extra good weight. Special Flannelette ....... \2,Y>,v. Good weight, white pure I'lnish, twenty Inches wide Fine Nainook. . . 20c, 25c, and 'M)i: ' Two makes-the very rine French and Canadian makes-3a Inches wide. Fine Madapolaiu..... 15c, ISc, 2()c I'Veo from dressing, fine as Nainsook, yard wide, special values. Si)lendid Chunbrics 15c. 20c. Heavy weight, fine thread, glazed finish, lii; Inches -excellonl tf> wear. Lonj� Cloth.........15c, 18c, 20c Very heavy thread cloth, soft and free from dressing, -special value.s. Fine Dimity........25(; and ;J5c Neatest checks nnd stripes for aprons, waists, Children's wear, etc. LA DIVA AND D.&A. CORSETS J)5c to $5.00 A complete new line just placed In stock in models for Blight, medium and stout figures ut prices to suit every purse. SUPER-BONE CORSETS $3.50 and $5.00 Boning In these corsets guaranteed absolutely unbreakahle, non-ruBlable nnd the most satisfactory flexible boning over invented. STOUT WOMEN'S CORSETS $3.50 and $5.00 A model especially suited to largo women, shown in sizes right up to 3(). ISxtra heavy boning, extra abdomen support -elastic gore at back and elastic front belt. Indian Head Suiting........25c. Extra good value, splendid weight, yard wide-white only. Sun-Kesista Suitinj?......... 10c Absolutely last, highly mercerized, guaranteed to resist sun or soap; 28 InclioR. Jilack aiul Navy Serge.....$1.00 A special value serge, 12 Inches wide, fine and soft, fa^t dyes. Ilabatai Silk, MS in.........$1.00 Black and white, full yard wide, washable, untear-ablo and very serviceable. White A oiles........50c, 0c. (>5n overlooked may obtain an, invitation bv phoning Mr. W. L. .McKonzie, .No. (i37 or (HO. . *  �\ very enjoyahle evening was spent i last night when the members of the Girls' .Junior Bible class of St. Cy-; prian's Sunday school gave a farewell social in honor of Misses Mur- � iel and Freda Kelly. Piano solos were rendcrcti by Miss Ailcen Jones and Miss Mollie Gilford, and songs bv Rita Wellington and Hilda McMilleii. Various games were played until 9.30 when'Miss Dorothy Selkns and Miss. Uita Wellington served refreshments. ' The evening was brought to a close by the singing of "They are jolly good fellows," and "Auld Lang Svne." Mew Arrivals in the House F'urnishing Dept. SCRIMS-In 'dainly cc'.ors. on cream groui\(ls. :;> inclies Ofif% wide, special pcM- yard .............................. faUl# VOILES-llemstitcdieri nnd colored borders, in Inches wide, very dainty an' Mi ditiKidali and ilDTi-a or Peps Co.i Toroolu, wlU iiipply It aiso in the , uio ex-80 heal- 'Vllred on one of the streets of Great note how quickly it loosens dry, hoarse a grand ball will be given in the As- .''/"^''.s and said, "r\e been robbed." ?L,.ffJL5�"�''''' and heals the indanied sembly of is conccr big �1 UEe;l for purchasing material with which to make bandages, socks. The town hall has boen secured work room for the society mpml;c(i:s easy and high-handed manner, and n half dozen sewing machines are being installed. Materials have al- ciirity of a check for �7,')0, which of ronto.'ojit.' ready been purchased and as soon course was later found to be worth-._ us these arrive the staid old council 'ess. Atwood placed the case in the'' chamber will echo with the hum of liaiids of the police, and from the de-the Reil pross machines. i scription the sharper was traced lo Secretary Evans repoirls the splcn-; tlio Milwaukee hotel and arrested, did enrolment of 70 members and be-' Luckily for Atwood, he had through fore the end of the month the century tickets for his family to Salt Lake mark will easily have been reached, i (Mtv. Whltla, Feb. 21.-The Whitla local TJ. F. A. held its annual banq,uet in the hall al Whltla. on Thursday evening, Feb. 17th.. About 150 were in - attendance. The feature of the even-cnuiiiK i^g^ jjgjjjg iBXtlBs loaded concentrated down with good things to eat, was the flue speech delivered by S. S. Dun-i ham, vice-president. of the U. F. A. for ............ Twenty pound sack for ...... $1.65 ORANGES-Special per dozen 23c, 28c, 33c and 46c. BROOKFIELD CREAMERY BUTTEiR, special 2 lbs for ........, GI^APE FRUIT, special APPLES-Good eating OC�* quality, 5 lbs for... �i3G NEW BISCUITS-In a large assortment of new varieties, on display in window OCj* All one price per lb.* bww place in the' vicinity of VcmalT iftah" , '"^'o^avoid'S'lIpoTntment ho sure and ^ ^^'�' Dunham certainly made a strong etc. and was on his wav to take over the ask your drujrKist for "2Vi ouncca l*inex " i ^PP^^^l foi* the upbuilding and better-as n f'*^^"! ^^li^ti bn was buncood in such ''"4 tlon't acnnpt anytliinj; else. ' mont of the home, and in his .usual ....... ^ guarantee of absolute aatisfaction, ' " � wood gave Walker , $70 loan on ^hi^Ji^a^SS''^^^^^^^^^! Says Canada is Not Getting Full Share of War Contracts Ottawa, Feb, 22.-Although Monday is private member's day in the house, thp greater part of it was taken up with government business of tho voting of supply. Although there aro a good many (luestlons standing in names of pHvato members, only few were procaeded with. As a result the supply stage was reached early in the afternoon. � The moat interesting discussion arose over the .vote for the maintenance of the hlBh commlasloner'u ofilce in London, i Replying to a cjuestion by Sir Wilfrid Laurior, the prima minister staled thai it was proposed to leave Sir George Perloy,, acting high commissioner, ill London until the end of tho war. Ho added that it had been a convenience to have a uiombor of tho Dominion govornraent In the Imperial capital at the present tlnio. K. M. MacDonnld, while not disposed to critlcizo Sir Goovge Perley, sold that CaTiatia should have a business organization in London to look after tho Intorosta of Canadian business mon,. Ue tiald there was a genera! complaint .that loo many war orders had gone to the United Stales. Canadians, of, exporienoo, ho asBortod, should he ntlauhed lo the ofllco of th�' high comralaslonor, which should be reorganizoU on a business basis,' Sir Robert Borden, In reply, intl-mated that many of Mr. MacDon&Ws assortions werb based upon rumorp whicli could not be substautiatud. J quoted Sir Oetjrgo's (Iguros to she. that up to last s,ummer Canada had received practically half as many war orders from the Brltisli government as had the Unlter States. Sir Robert declared that a great many rumors about contracts being lot in the United States had reached the government, but In most cases they proved to be without foundation. On no single occasion had the govornmenl neglected to urge llie claims of Canada on the British government and the allies in connection with the placing of war orders. Sir Wilfrid urged the doBlrabillty of making a permanonl appoint mijnl to tlio ofTlce of high commlsBloner. At the evening sitting Hon. Wllllaui Pugsiey said that the printed estl-mntes call for an expenditure of twonly-eiglil million more than the ostlmatod o-xpendiluro of the minister of flunnce as given in his budget speecli. He thought they should be cut down or a slatenienl made as to tho items not to be spent. Premier Borden did not think Hint tills would be wise. Conditions might change and it was not desirable, he , anid, to atrlHa out Items which wo,vl!l; on more than ope occaaton recelvQ the sanction of parliament, Considerable progress was made Willi tho eBllmalBB before tlia house rose. Owing to Mistake Need More Money Owing to a mistake made by the city treasurer's department in the statjement of taxes due submitted lo the school board, the board has been operations convincing manner' ttppeaiefl to all to foil in line for the U. F. A. The Wlnnlfred local U. F. W. A. assisted very greatly in the evening's entertainment by putting on a short play, "Not ft Jltin In the House." It was very funny. A very enjoyable dance concluded the evening; Lieut. I. H. Carson of the 17!5th spent Sunday in the village. Mr. Carson Is one of the old-timers here, having established a hardware business here when the town started. This business he has managed successfully since, besides embarking In farming lo a considerable extent. compelled to ask the city to raise j'� which line he was also quite suc- cessful. This winter, however, he re- $05 000 for this year. A mistake of the very substan- $3000 was made in llie statement hrst ti^, giarl be had gained here in order sent to tlie school board, so that in-' to join the colors.. While he will be stead of a credit of $28,000 from the sadly missed In this community, we u., *i� i, ,.,1 V, ,,i>. ,.rn,m r,f are confident that with his high in-city, the boaid has only a credit of ^^^^^^^^^^ ,vell-known integrity he $25,000. The riinerence is made ^111 become a soldier and otilcer of up in tho discounts allo\Vcd by whom we may bo justly proud. tho city on the school board--.- taxes. The board, however, will not AGED MAN AND WIFE ARB be required lo revise its estimates ROBBED AND IVIURDERED which show that only $90,000 will bo Sussex, N. B., Fob. 20.-Thomas spent tor school purposes this year. | O'Brien, 80 years old, a moat dealer. Another matter which camo before and his wife, aged 70, were murdered tho council this morning was an Wards Creek Thursday night. Their endmeut to the barber's closing by-lbodiqa, scantily clad, were found Pri-Inw. Hereafter barber shops will re-i day by a neighbor. Their skulls were main open until G.30 in the evening ^ battered in, and nearby lay n heavy instead of six o'clock, and on Satur- piece of wood, doubtless used by the day evening until 10.30 instead of ten, slayer. There waa also evidence of o'clock. . 'an attempt to set fire to the farm Commissioner Freeman reported house in which the tragedy occurred, that the dilliculty experienced yester- The old people lived alone and bad day with ice al the waterworks in-,some money. , Daniel B. Cannon, brother of the murdered woman, ia under arrest on BUBpicton, Ho Is somewhat eccentric, Whe arrested he had $1,500 in his posaeaslon, mostly gold. There hud been tfroublo between O'Brien nnd Cannon, it Is alleged. Two-Fifteen People Donate to Fund USE COCOANUT OIL FOR WASHING HAIR talio had been overcome. GILLEII'SiyE (vlaoleod Visitor Major W. C. Bryan, of Maoleotf, lork of the district coijrt there, la . Hio city today on a short visU. MILLIONS FOR SNOW SHEDS Tacoma, Feb. 21.-Btolween $2,000,-000 and $3,000,000 will be spent by the Great Northern railroad tor concrete Bnowshods In the Cascades, in accordance with an understanding reached with the state public service commla-Bioh. Annaunoement wa� piade today by 0. A. Reynolda, ohalrmaa of the comwlaalon. U means the construction of concrete walls for fully twelve mileB of track. Two-Fifteen, Feb. 19.-Milk River is full and running over, ice from three to lour feet, all going out. Farmers' stock which has the run of straw slacks, is wintering in good shape, but the range stock is not doing so well. This settlement put on an entertainment and basket social oh'I' Rev. Mr. Black bl' Wanie'r, is spending a number of days in,tliis.part. Mrs. Ann Kaspari of Warher, came ! down today to spend -a-few < weeks with relatives and friends. Slio will then go to North Dakota to remain for some time, perhaps' for' the summer. Energetic Union will .put on an oyster supper on the evening of. �March 3. We expect a big crowd aud a Rood time. There will be a gypsy lady present who will tell fortunes for the voting people and old ones loo for that matter. -�Vmbrose Buriiham and family returned to their homcsteiad last week after spending tho winter In Loth-bridge. ............ Jerry Lewis, who has been in poor health for. sopie timoj went (o Leth-bridge last week and is. now in the hospital there, Mr, Lewis writes that he will be out in a few diiys and we hope tor his speedy recovery. Miss Edna Lewis of peven, Mont,, is hero on account of hov, father's illness. , ' ' Mr. Bair and family will muvp to If you want to keep your hair In good condition, be careful what you wash it with. Most soaps and prepared shampooa contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, maJces the hair brittle, and' is very harmful. .Tust plain mulsifletl coooanut oil (which is pure and entirely greaseless), is much bettei: than the moat expensive soap or anything else you can use for shampooing, as this can't possible Injure the hair. Simply moisten your hair wit water and rub It in. One or twc teaspoonfuls will make an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thoroughly. The lather i,'lnses out easily, and removes every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and. evenly and It leaves It fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get mulaUied cocoanut oil at most any drug store. It is very cheap, and y few ounces Is enough to last everyone In the family lor months.-Advertisement. their own place and will also i"arm the quarter Mr. Jocliom purchased from A. J. Fenoler. .\ series of meetings are being belli at the Two-Fifteen school house by the Evangelical church this week. Hev. BIoCa will bo assisted by able ministers from Swift Current, Sask,, and Edmonton, Alberta. Everybody cordially invited', 02 33 ;