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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, ^EBRUABY 25, 1915 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ISEVEK Illness wages war with the " utmosl ruthlessness.'* Defend yourself with Bovril .TO^S^feTC. 8.a.u. IT MUST BE BOVRIL /1 n., 3BC.; 2 ez., 4Se.; 4 oz, lOc.; �ei, Ilio; 16 %u $2.50. hwll Gortlil, lirKi,$f.3S; S0Z.4SC.; IS �. Jitailon't Fluid Bait (VImlni), t1.26 One O'f the most entertaining and original meetings is being prepared by the young jieopla of Wesley League for Monday evenina., The program will consist of seven canclklatos wlio �will run for the coinraissioners' jobs of this city, in a mO'olt election. All young people and old are urged to attend and hear the future city fathers speak'. MSIXTEEN, 6IRL VERY SICK TelU How She Was Made Well by LydiaE.Pinkham'� Vegetable Compound. New Orleans^ La.-"I take pleasure In writing these lines to express my gratitude to you. I am only 16 years old and work in a tobacco factory. I havo been a veryeick girl but I have improved wonderfully since taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and am now looking fina and feeling a thousand times better." -Miss AmeI/IA JAQtrnxAKD, 8961 Tevo Days to secure Avliat you require in Furniture, Carpets, and Draperies at prices never before seen in the city. - I � Friday and Saturday Prices Heav3^ Wilton Eiigs, 9x12,  beautiful pattprn.s, good values at 150.00. Friday & Saturday $34.00 Eicli Axminster Eugs in warm . irioh colors, excellent patterns; always sold at 0 Dressing Table, Friday and Saturday Co. 4tli Avenue South. The New Footwear Six Extra Good Values It will need early shopping to purchase a pair of high grade Shoes such as these at so low a pricing: LOT NO. 1-Ladies' Box Call Bluchei's, a very neat and attractive model, low heels, all sizes, worlli 5;4.."iO; Per pair .......... LOT NO 2-Ladies' Vici Kid Bluchers, smart new style with patent tip, low heels, all sizes; worth |4.0n; Per Pair ...... LOT NO. 3-.Men's Box Calf Bluchers, sturdy and service-aible, well rounded toe, all sizes; worth $5.50; Per Pair ..... LOT NO. 4-Men's Prospectors, 18 incii leg, laces up to near top; top is finished with two buckles, made of selected tan calf; regular ?8.50 for ...... LOT NO. 5-Boys' School Shoes, the kind for real honest wear; Chrome Bluchers, sizes 1 to 5; worUi $3.00; ��p pC Per Pair .......... LOT NO. 6-Girls' Box Calf Bluchers, just 10 pairs in ail; sizes 11, to 2; clearance price, while they last tt4 OC Per Pair .........^1 .03 $2.75 $2.50 $4.50 $5.50 AT THE HUDSON'S BAY NEW STYLES WERE NEVER PRETTIER-AND VALUES WERE NEVER BETTER 'romorrow will be tlic first (}a.\- o/' our Fortrial Spring Opening. 'riii,s si^acious and comforlalDlc .siiopping-])lace is replete witli all the Authoritative SpiHng Styles. Here will be I'oLind all the newe.sl and inosl popular merchandise for the coming season. Tomorrow arternoon. from 2.'M) (o 5.80, we wilt serve, (lainly aftOTiooD te�-Free-in our cosy Tea Rooms. Ciaskcjll's f(3iir-pieci' Orchestra will be in attendance and will render a deligiilful niusictU program. TIkut are a large number of easy chairs in which you may sit and listen (o the music. A unique feature of this opening event will he Ihe di.sjjlay of Afternoon Dresses, Suits and Evening Dresses on living models. This method of viewing the new Reudy-to-Wear (iarmenls lias met with favor in all of the larger centres- and we feel sui-e tiiat it will meet with llie approval of ail om- customers. f>all in tliLs store tomorrow, wander through as j-ou will. No matter whether you wish to hiiy or not, we will be pleased to have yon see the New Spring Merchandise. First Showing of Childrens' Dresses Dozeiis of charming new Frocks for Children's wear. Mothers �^vho arc looking for Wash Dresses will especially appreciate this opportunity to secure dresses at a lower-than-usiial pricing. Beautiful patterns in (Hnghams, Chambrays, Cross-Bars and Crepes, all pleasing new styles, of which the illustration is a fair sample. Priced from 95c to $3.30. The Suits and Coats are Here A ciiarming .selection of Ladies' Suits and Coats: All tiie leading fabrics are represented and in the latest models. Visit tlie Second Floor and see these modish Ready-to-Wear (iarmenls, ail reasonably priced. Dainty Open Stock Dinner-ware Pattern Catering to the Many Needs of Particular Men We are showing a wide range of Dinner Services in the popular Open Stock Patterns. Among them you will find the Bleu-de-Roi pattern-a wide blue band with fine line of gold-at $20.00 per set; the Hudcona-gold and black designs-a neat gold band with fine black line at $18.75 set; the Connaught Design-a wide pale blue and gold band design-at $20.00 per set; and Irene-a dainty leaf and berry pattern at $16.75 set. Also other numerout patterns. . The above patterns may be bought by the set or by single pieces, as you desire. Tlie New iSpiiiig Shirts .�V wide array of plain and neat striped effects in Men's Negligee Shirts, the finest 'range We have ever shown, par- 4 Kfl ticularly pleasing line at ......^ I .vU 4 Men's $25.00 Suits $10.05 Smart style Spring Suits for men; these ' jire all neatly tailored and are in popular ;doBigns and colorlrtgs; just 15 suits in this lot. Values to $25,00; CI H' QE Sale Price.................. 4> I The Stetson Hat Call in and see our new shipment of 'Hats. Tlie ever popular "Stetson" '.ins first place here this season. All the newest blocks are represented, also 9! A fif\ thp newest colors; only .......^"f.UU Men's Spring- Hats A good line of Men's Hats in'tweeds and felts. These are regular ?2.50 values and are really smart style. Tomorrow QQm we are selling them at ........... w'SJC Men's Hosier^' SILK HOSIERY for men, in all Cft^ colors; per pair ................. 9UC CASHMERE HOSE; a new line of mens tine Cashmere Socks; 915*% Per pair ....... ................. iSiOC The New Spring Wash Goods Just a word to the wise about our Wash Goods:- Every yard of Print, Gingham and Novelty Wash Goods in the store are crisp, fresh new stock. We didn't carry a yard over from last year. What a pleasure to shop hsre. NEW CANADIAN PRINTS-Warranted colors in dark and light shades and neat patterns; full 30 inches 4 wide. Per Yard ....... ............ .......I UC HOYLE'S ENGLISH PRINTS-This celebrated line of Prints, the finest array of �design and color that the eye 6an conceive; full 32 inches wide- 1 C�� Per Yard' .,................................... I 9C ANDERSON'S SCOTCH ZEPHYRS-Ginghams and Kindergarten Crepes in a pleasing variety of stripes, checks and colors. SHEER FABRICS will find much favor this season, and tliese Voiles, Mar-quisetes and Crepes will fill a long felt want. You will also find here nice Flecks and Stripes in all the light shades; also Piques, Ratines and heavier Crepes for the wash skirt. An almost endless array of Summer Fabrics. Linens are here iu white, pale blue, pink, hello, tan, brown and fancy strijies, and are very popular for suitings. Sheer linens for dresses and separate blouses in white, sky, pink and hello; Swiss Muslins in all sized spots; embroidered Swiss and silk finished lawns in dainty patterns. These are all moderately priced. LADIES' VESTS-Medium and large sii-ASS, pure white, wade from fine Egyptian Cotton, short sleeves or sleeveless; each........................... 10c LADIES' COMBINATIONS-White, good .Egyptian Cotton, shoit sleeves or sleeveless; umbrella drawers; lace trimmed, small, medium and large sizes; per suit ............................. 25c A Weck-End Visit to the Pure Food GROCERY SECTION will be Found Profitable. Vine Brand Straw- ll Cf* berries, per tin....... I'lvw Ohby's Pineapple; 0|5*fc sliced, 2 tins for ..... Oww Hartley k Robertsob's .Telly Marmalade ...... CUw CALIFORNIA FItUJIl* (Ail New Frulta) Royal Anne Cheul�a; 4f|M Regular 40c........wUV Peaches (large site) Regular 36o ........ OUw ApricotB- '^rti* Regular 3Bc ..........0VU �Bartlett Pears; Oft** Regular 35c..........OU6 * Pumpkins; 1 Per Tin J.HU Peas, Com and B�ajt^ 4 f|g^ Per Tin .. ....... . I .U 6 Tomatoes;,, ^IS�� i tins for............. 096 Clover Leal' and Hooushos Salmon- AS** 2 tins for.............."fWl* Clover L�a� Salmon; A;f%g^ V4 lb size, 3 tins for .. tVC Cardston Butter; �� fkf\ 3 pounds for i.----. ^ I �UU Herring; OJC*� i tins for ---- ........ C9v Holbrook's Pickles; mlxedi; white onions or Cliow Chow, per ibottle ...... CUC �St. 'diaries Milk: Ifln Per Tin ...............I IIC Rice- 9I�A 4 pounds for .......... fivv Alberta Potatoes; OJC Per 100 pounds ____91 .SiW Ontario Potatoes; tifk Per 90 pounds .....91 aOU Good Cooking Eggs; eC-^ 2 dozen for ........... 99 V ; Royal Crown Soap: At%t^ 2 pkto. for........____ "19V Sunlight Soap; JS/Ia 11 bars for............ 9UC Oranges (iarga size 1 Per dozen ............ I vC PHONE 313 THE NEW EMBROIDERIES ARE OPENED UP. Afternoon Tea Strved .Free from 2.30 to 8.S0. Orchtitra 2nc|.Fr�r,.4 Tpmorrovy',,^^-. 77 ;