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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta f WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 191 fi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Announcing Our Spring millinery ^7 OPENING Fri. & Sat., Feb. 25-26 ALL LADIES AKE Ii\-VITED TO SEE THIS FIRST SHOWING OF THIS SEASON'S STYLES- L & J. McLEAY THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ??WHY WOMEN CANNOT SLEEP." DUKE INSPECTS TKOOPS ORDERK!) OVERSEAS The higlUy organized, finely Btrung nervous syHtcm of women, svibjcctfl them (/) terrors of nervcuB upprchcnsion which no man can ever appreciate. The ned^c of mind, thft mental poiM an GEH.VIAnK. special 10 pouiiil sack ................. 39c. CORN .MKAL, special 10 pound sark ................ 35t. 0.\T.Mi:.iL, special 10 pound sack ................. 39c. aOI.LKI) OATS, spucliil S lb. sack .................. 33c. SVRKP-Cane and .Maple '.Mixture, Vi gallon tins ..... 55c -MOhASSSES. rinnst i; lb tin.s. siioniiil 2 for ........... 25c. COCOA, Bakers. Try's. Cowans or Lowney's, hz lb tins ...25c LKMON or Vanilla Flavouring, 2 oz. bottle ............ 10c. CORN STARCH, special packets ................... 25c MACARONI, special � pkts 27c. COR.V FLAKF^S, Kellog'fi. :^ pucktHs ...............25c. SAUCE, H. P., .apodal per bottle .................... 23c. BUTTER, BROOKFIELD CREAMERY, 7I*#� 2 pounds for ...... I wC BRITISH SUBMARINE REFLOATED London, Feb. 22.-A dispatch to Reuter's Telegram company from The Hague says that a British submarine which was stranded near Schiermon-nlkhoog was refloated yesterday, and escorted by Dutch warships was !oken to the Island of EterschelUng, whence it will be towed to Nieue dep.- SPRING MILLINERY OPENING FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FEB. 25th and 26th tlatis of every nt^w style disphiyed. Never 'luoi'tV plentiful. O])i)orliinity ftu- 'individual? ity, and every hat in()dei-ater5"pi'iced. ........ \.' . .  , � Vou are coi^iliaUy United tojatteiid. NEW U. S. AMBASSADOR Washington, Feb. 22.-David H. Francis, secretary of the interior in Cleveland's cabinet, and former governor of Missouri, told President Wilson today ho would accept the post of ambassador to Russia to succeed George T. Mayre, who has resigned. His name will be sent to the senate as soon as inpulry can be made o; the Russian government as to whether he Is acceptable. So many male members of the Salvation Army have enlist.i:i thai, in future women may have to take charge of the hands__ 309 SIXTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE WHY WOMEN WRITE LETTERS To Lydia E. Pinkham Medi� cine Co. St. Mary's W. A. will hold ,t, parochial suppcj: tomorrow night in the parish hall at 7 o'clock. A concert will be given after the supper. The ladies of tlie Maple Leaf Chapter of IhE O.IO.S. are reminded of the sewing at Uie lied Cross rooms on Friday afternoon. The W.M.S. of Westminster church will meet at the lionic of Mrs. Bruce 12th St. B. north tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The topic from the Study book will be taken by the president. .Ml the Indies of the church are invited. The. Central W. C. T. V. will iiold a social tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at th� home of Mrs. .McVcan, IStli mtetine; was helrl by the combined se.ssions, and a large crowd was in attendance, Kev. Mr. Bryan of Tab-�;r, Dr. Fergifeon and Mr. A. .1. Irv-, ing being the .speakers. Olfifers for the coming vear of the Fresbytsrial ; were elected as follows : Honorary j ! president, Mrs. Win. McClure, I^eth- , I bridge ; president, Mrs. McKiilop, i ! Lethbridge ; first vicc-pre.sident, Mrs.: I Bryan, Taber ; second vice-president, '. Miss McLcay, T.,eshbridge ; third vice-| president, Mrs. Wright, Pincher; I Creek ; sccretarv, Mrs. .). S. Stew-' , art, Lethbridge ;" treasurer, Miss Har-j rison, Lethbridge ; messenger secre- \ jtary, Mrs. P. S. McLean, Macleod ; i supply secretary, Mrs. W. A. Gordon, .Macleod ; Mission Band secretary, Mrs. Denoon, Lethbridge ; literary , secretary, Mrs. W. L. McKenzie, Leth-; bridge ; liomo helpers secretary, Mrs. Wm. McNicol, Lethbridge ; strangers secretary, Mrs. Robinson, Taber. * � * Over one hundred couples attended the social given by the ladies of St. Patrick's church last evening in the Knights of Pythias hall in tlie interests of the Red Cross society. In-iiumerabie (lags draped the walls and � festoons of greenery from the corners I of tho room: added much to its at-' tractivencss. A bulfet lunch was served throughout the evuning, baskets of deep pink carnations decorating the table. Need's four-piece orchestra played behind" a screen of palms and ferns. For those not caring tor danc- UACON. finest breakfast, side or back, sliced, per lb. ...30c. CHEESE, IngersoU ('ream, per packet ................ 15c. PICNIC HAMS, special per pound ............... 'i6c CRISCO ,per tin ____ 30c, BOc. LARU, ;{ lb tin .......... 65c. Five lb. tin ........... 89c. 10 lb. tin ............ $1.70 SALMON, finest B. :C. Red. per tin ............... 'i9c. EGGS, good fresh, per doz.. 35c O.x; TONGUE extra special sliced, per lb............ 50c COOKED HA.M, sliced, per pound ............'---- CORNED BEIBF, sliced, per pound ................. 35c VEAL LOAF, special % pound tin ................... 20c. LOBSTER, special % pound tin ................... 30c OYSTERS-special, per large tin ................... 25c SHRIMP, special per tin . .20c. COCOANUT, finest shredded per pound......�....... 22c. RICE, finest Japan, 4 lbs 25c. HAGO, :i lb." ............. 28c TAPIOCJA, lbs.......... 25c. >Hl!NEK. 2 lbs ......... 26c. FKJJi, finest cooking, 2 lbs 25c PEACH Fa. (fxtra fancy, evap- oraKMl, 2 lbs tor ....... 26c APRICOTS, e.\tra fancy, evaporated. 2 Iba ........... 35c, JAM-CrosHc * HlackwvRll, 2 lb. tins. asHorled ...... 35c I A.MS. Raspberry, guaranteed pure, pfr pall ......... 75c .lA.M, Raspberry and .Vpple, and Strawberry and Apple, four pound pall ............. 45c MARMALADH. WagHtatfe's, t lb. pail ............. fi9c. BAKING POWDER, lOggo, 1 lb. tin ................ 23c ;) pound tin ............ 90c BRAN-loo Ih sack ..... $1.20 SARDINES, King Oscar brand per tin ................ 15c, SARDINES, Finest French, per tin ................. 20e. SARDINES, H.B.OO.'S iBeaver Brand, reg. 15c, sr>ficial, tin est Norwegian, 3 tln.>''s sickness in any other form" are' subject to frequent attacks of Headache that almost ofatiY* tlicm mad. Whatever the nature may be aaFthr cause, the immediate condition that produces the pain is a congestion or filling up of the blood vessels of the brain with blood, thus causing a pressure on the brain cells and nerve filamentii. In treating all fprms of Headache the first,thing to do is to relieve the congestion of the blood vessels of the brain. Abbey's EffcVescent Salt in laxative .doaes does thisjiromptly. Sold everywhere at 25c, and 60c. Full blooded people who are subject to frequent attacks of (Headache can lio entirely relkvea by taking laxative dosus of theVSalt every niorning. Headaches frois Indigestion , and BiiiousncBS ate also entirely banished by continuing t le use of tho Salt until the normal action of the liver and stomach is restored. 6 ^old by J. D. HIginbotham & Co., Limited SPRING MILLINERY OPENING Fri. and Sat., Feb. 25-26 ^ A Complete Line of all the Newest Spring Millinery for your Inspection. MISS CAMERON 302 3rd Avenue South -".i!,'.,',r. 55 07 7922072158902? 39844935 ;