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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915 TIIK I.ETIi Bill DC K DAILY HICUALD PAGE NINE New Spring Merchandise at Special Prices for Saturday you iiro down tomorrow looking at tlio new hHls, we Invlto you In to of Uiu lineal dlBplayH ol Dry Goodn ovur brought to Him city. To imilio inuUurs more InturcHHnu to you wo luivo prewired H JJsL of SaiimJny a Cc.w which lire llntcil hurt1, while Bcoroa otherH aro ticketed, through- out tlio storo. A Sale of 36in. Messaiine Silk worth a Yard 3JL 500 yimlB Shimmering Ureas Silks, being a spechil imrchnse ot slllia Una are iv yard it Hold lit today's market value. TlllB bargain is only. Inclitdc-d in (IKfereiit sliiulCH of navy, browns, Jiinks, hello, mauve, arc two [all lileccfi uf Ulack MKisaliuB and "Iloyal Pnllulle" i-Blaiuliil Bilk for drca3G5 anil umlcrRlclrtB, 35in. Pongee on nQ Japanese Raw Silk OQ Sale at per yard Special at 50c arid vnJuc.s in very Two pieces only "7 inch Haw scrvlceaiblcs T'onKOC Silk will lio Silk, natural c'.olor. Wlillu il on salo for Saturilay only, Jaals per yard Tliis wilt Quantity limited. ISO Quitlily. A Chance to Buy your New CQ material Tills SHlimlRy Kijocial in Dress .Materials slioultl cmilc quite a stir nt tho Husy yards Newest Spring Wool DruKfj Coon's, iiKlmlini; Scrsos. Fancy Clii'dca, Arnmrcs, Ciioviols. Voiles, in :lll the now shades, including lltut Roof, Ucleiaii Dine, etc.: rallies up lo 7 yards of 25c Madapolam 9 Yards of fine Zephyr Gingham Only a dollar's worth ol" this M- Xcut patterns and dainty color- I ni qimlity MaJapolam to any inss iu Scotch fjinghanis; one customer. Our regular 2'k- Flint Color Prinls. worth rjuallly. per yard. A First Glimpse at these Smart American Suits, priced at for Saturday An shipment ot "Regal" Suits with a wealth of stylo that American U'cfllgners arc not- ed for. Vou'Il sec these very suits in the best stares Jill over Llm Stares. Willie showing tomorrow is limited, it Is worthy of a. give you an Idea of iho many good things to follow next month. Fit Your Suit Over One of the New Nemo Corsets A Corset good for a whole year; Just think of it! Then yon have tlic added pleasure of a perfect lil, Thcre are IS differfint models hero for you to choose from priced from uy to a pair. Here is d Partial List of the New Goods, Opened This Week Just a hint us lo the many new tilings that ive arc adddug to our sLocke daily. Tlicae are all on display, and you are always wel- come to drop In and have a look at. the flueai. lot of goods we have ever shoivn. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. limvmaii and family liitve u-tiinii'd Iron) an extend- ill sojourn in tin; east. Tlir Junior ol SI. Cyprian's. cliuidi will meet iii the parish-room! on ut 2.30. Mrs. K. I'nnpin ami IHT I will IK; tlic pic.sts ot Mr. ami iius, Toronto, lor. u X. It. d'ood has raluum! fj wlin'c lie for lii.s injui'ril iirni. Uiu condi-i lion is much improved. Miss Kitchener, oi thrlaLe! General Walfr Kildierirr, covcrjuu-j gojicml oi ncniHidu, ami niece of Lord Kitchener, is takiiii; a s.irnul tourSR in training ;il the general luia- nilal, .MiuiUenl, The marriage of (ieovtfma SliiTH, u'Jio was formerly witli llifi Albcria Department, of Ag- riculture in charge of I he. Women's In .Mr Jlnrold (1. Mac-don- aid of (jiujlph, on Sal unlay. Veil. 20th. is announced in (iuelpli, Out. .Mr. -ind Mrs. lifivc left Milk Kivpi- to pti lo falsaiy. bridge, is UK- KIIPSL oi Mr. anil Mrs.; O. W. 'luring ihe absentc .llr. Lar.s-cji, lin.s "one lo Sjio- i kiinc on Lake New Curtain Nets. New Art Cretonnes. New Silk Ribbons. Now Kid Gloves. New Lisle Hosiery. New SiJk Hosiery. New Corset Embroideries. New Sheetings. New Pillow Cottons, New Turkish Towels. New White Voiles... New Dress Muslins. New Lawns, Muslins. New Whitewear. Rylands Co. Tile Busy Store. m. GETTING AFTER THOSE WHO HAVE THEIR PRINTING DONE OUT OF TOWN Giving In a hiisumlcrsLamling as to the dale, there vtrc only piemen dcle- gates present aL the Trades aitd Lali- 1 or Cuiiiicjl last night, Lhc unions rep- 1 resented being the Bricklayers, Faint- PIE, Typos, lircu-crj- Workers, Bar hers, Cereal Mill wliilr. i OOMB SAGE TEA INTO GKAY HAIR 1 Ladles! Try this! Darkens beauti- fully and nobody can back its gloss and thickness. Common garden sage brmved Into a litiiivy tea, with -Sulphur and alcohol lidded, will turn streaked and I'adcd hair beautifully dark and liixur- r Jant; remove every bit oH dandruff, slop scalp itching anil falling hair. iMixing tin: Tea and Sulphur rc- cipo at homo, tliough, Is troublesome. Ah easier way is to get the ready-to- use tonic, costing ahoiit routs a. Jarge bottle, at drug stores, known as "Wysth's Sage and Sulphur Com- thus avoiding a lot of muss. WhJJc wispy, gray, faded hair is not slnl'ul, we all desire to retain our youthful nppenrancii and attractive ness. By dnrhenlnf your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Snlphui1, no one con tell, 'because It Joea it so naturally, so evenly. Yon just dampen H sponge or aoft brush wJUi it and draw Ihtu rhrough your hair, talcing one small nt n time; by raorrJns all gray hairs have disappeared. After an- olhnr application or two your hair be- conip-i beauljTully dark, glossy, soft .r ainl ..on yehrg youiiBLT. Sold by .1. D. Hlgliiholham Co.. fra tcrnal delegate n-as accorded ,T .seat. President Jowett was in the chair and the business with Die exception of two items was purely routine. The resolution ic Prohihition was dis- cussed, and it was stated that tfie committee report dealing with Ihc .same would be taken up at llicucxt' It was reported that an enormous amount of mail-order printinR was coming iulo the cily every .week, ami 1-hu chief "sinnCrs" were mftnv of the greatest exponents of the slogan "Dny in ami support "Home Products." Some members of Ihe local Typos were on short time, I while if a fair shave of tin's "import-1 crl" printing was given to local offices it would keop several men more fuhy employed. H .was decided ;io assist Typo. 'Unioif label r'commit- tee in so merchants "and 'othets "wlio do not cany Hie Typo. Union label oji Ihcir job work must not he surprised it, get much of their printing re-; t timed with a "slicker" attached and the Union support lakcn from "them. .The Barbers' Union reported three non-union shops in Uie city and an- other endeavor will be made lo gel them into the wliile Ihe pre- sident drew (lie delegates' attention to an advertisement appearing in the local payers appealing to housewives to hay Union made flour and asked the Council to boost lliis necessary! Article as much ns possible. All delegates reported trarfc as had. One of the best reports ever submit- ted by a delcRatf was the one pre- sented by ex-I.T0s. Alforri, who rcp- rc.scnlcq the Trades Council the recent Miners' Convention held here, ft was most comprehensive and in- structive nnrt a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to him. The adjourn- ment Auitj then iiioveri. .Mr. Kolaiul t'opiiin, has for Nome lime pus I. had of the. uf- iice of tin- l.ifu Jnsiu- anw! L-cunjtanj, is leaving the citv. H iiurtursLuou thai Mr. Cuupiu is ap-' pnint-cd lo do special lor foinpany iu Wi-stcrn Caiuuhi. A Sarnia, Onl., iliufmklj .says A J fact not generally known that' 'Countess wife ut Hie iu- I vi-.nlor of the famous (rcrniuii uir- crall, Js ;i Canadian girl- Uoimtcss' the daughVer oi the lalui W. fL formerly of Pctro-J lea, who died recently in j where he had become one o[ the lead- j ing oil magnates of (he conn (IT. She, was born in Wyoming, Lamutou coun-j ly, Ontario, iii'lSTS, fining to Europe' her father at. an early I The local hraiitii of the lied Cross SocieU is very anxious to have all oi tlie ivpj-k'iii by next Wednesday afternoon, and hope that all those having ivoik nialtn an efiort to get it in thai iiuiL-. On Wednesday after noon the ladies will meet at the lied Cross room to sew on Llic finished articles and every woman who can is urged to come with 'hceillc1 and Humble so that it may all be linishdl up on one ailcr- nonn. i ThaL tlic 1, given last1 night by the Ladies' Aid of Wesley church in Wesley Hall was an unqual- ified success is {.lie opiiiioji expressed by all who wore fortunate enough to be able to attrnd. I The play entitled VAitenioori Tea in1 Village" is ;i companion' play to the one presented a car "A" Ladies' Aid Meeting at" Mohawk Crossroads." It is a two-act piay, both scenes taking place in a parlor of fifty yflars uyu, the costumes suit- able for tlic same period. The chief feature of the first act was the display 01 the family photo- graph album, ihe pictures" being life size. The second scene shows a quilt- ing bee, the v-hole Iiciag one continu- ous laugh. Between acts Mrs. dington rccitod. At the end of the second act an old fashioned program was given; H spe- cial mention coulil he made of any oi those taking part it would he of lifr. and Mrs. Mitfnrri, scjiior, who sanp, "When you and T were young, Mag- gie and responded to an encore wiLli "The Old O.iken Bucket." Mr Milford played the accompaniment on a mclodcon 54 years old. i CJubs and Societies MINISTER DIES SUDDENLY Windsor, Out., Feb. Rev. Charles Cameron, 73 years of age, a retired Prpsbyteriau jnjnislcr, resi- dent iu Windsor for the past 30 years, died 'tvhilc sitting rending ;it bis in'iiic. 1 Do not forget Lho mock civic election to lio given in on M evcning by the yqung people of. Wr.s-' ley League. Seven fathers will uoiunst for (.he lliree eomniission- ers Jobs. A sood lime is promised in all wbo comti and the young and old are all invited. Come and support the candidate of your choice. A business meeting of St. Cypi-j- J au's A was held in the parish' room on 'Thursday afternoon. ranspmciits, were made for special I sewing during Lent, after which re-! freshmen is were served by the lios-i leases, .Mrs. W. Kcoit and iiirs. Wcll- ington. The Companions of tlic Forest will; hold .1 wliisfc drive in St. Alary's Par-) V isli Hall on Tuesday, March, 2, at m. The Ail and Literature department of the Mathcsis Club will meet at Hie home oi Mrs. A. H. McGiiire, 1-1J2 Hh Avc, S insl-nad ot at the home of Mrs. A. J. Irving on 1Mon- day nt 3. p. m. The ;irt. study will occupy the program on Monday after- noon. the Second Day of the rr Bay Spring OF PEOPLE attended our Spring Opening today. Our Ready-io-Wcar Sec-Lion, with its New Season Garments and living models the centre of attraction. Tomorrow Afternoon we will serve you with dainty Afternoon the of 2.30 and 5.30. 'Come lo the Second Floor and listen to the music. GasKtH's Four-Piece Orchestra will again acid to your pleasure. We will be pleased to have every citizen, who possibly can, call and insptcl the Authorita- tive New Spring Styles. (r 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. Hox Call1 Bluchers, a vp.rj- ueal. and at- tractive model, low heels, alt sizes, worth Per pair a 9 LOT NO Vici Kid JUuchers, smarL nrw style with patent tiii, low hculs, all sixes: worth S4.00; Per Pftir LOT NO- Box CftU sturdy and service- iiiljlo, (veil rounded we. aJJ sizes v.-orth Per LOT NO. Prospect- ors. IS in'cJi Ice, Jaces up to noar top; top is finished with hv-o buckles, made of selected inn calf; regular flhK LOT NO. School Shoes, ihe kind for ren.1 honest ttoar; Chrome Bluchers, sixes I 10 Ti; worth 5C LOT NO- Box Calf niucliers, jusi 10 pairs in all; 11 to 3; rltanince price, vhile they lasr. Per Pair S4.SO Just of these Lovely BRUSSELS RUGS To Clear Out Tomorrow niclii should SL-I- Ihe lutl of these, this C'srriJiioimllN prtcmg Heavy yraclc Umsae's in fawn grounds and gTV-u auil Klural.'i. OIK- of HIP Ijr-sf vjiluj? ovems Hits season: is regular is- rcigular The S'x'j' rtijsL. is regular Sale Complete Range of Corsets Our Spring Shipments of the famous Royal and Hou-Ton L'orsins are in. art; showing a very extensive range oL' ihis Spring's most popular models. Styles lo suit any Some are in l-Voni Lacing" Sblf.1, oiliers in Back Lac- ing. prices run from .fil..30 to Mothers Will Appreciate These Children's Wash Dresses Havfi you sei'u ihe Xnv The are very .smart and the quite neircsr They inchuJe Oinp- liains, Chsir.-brays ;'.nd Hropi-s. Priced from Mr to SHIPMENTS OF COATS, SUITS, DRESSES AND LA- DIES' READY-TO.WEAH ARRIVING DAILY. A Week-End Visit to the Pure Food GROCERY SECTION will be Found Pro- fitable. Vine Jjrund Straw- 4 per tin IOC l.ibby's Plne-apDle.; tins i'or HartJey At Robertson's .lolly CALIFORNIA FRUITS (AM New 30c 30c 30c 30c .1.0.0 lOc 35c Cherriea: Royal Regular Punches sizei angular ;J5c Regular Son BiirLletl Pea.ra; Iffrgular 3lic Per Tin Peas, COJTU and Bfians Per Tin Tomatoen; 3 LinB for Clover Leaf and 2 lins for-----......... Clover Leaf Salmon; Ib eize, 8 tins for CardsLon Button ijonnds for.......9 2 tins for............ rfnlbrook's Pickles: while onions or Chow Chow, per "Dottle...... Si! Charles Milk: Per Tin pounds lor......... Alberta Per 100 pounds ___ Ontario "Potatoes; JJ 4 JTA' Per 90 pounds .....91 Good Cooking Eggs; 2 dozen for........... Croirii Soap; 2 pkts. for Sunlight Soap; 1.00 25c mixed-, 20c 10c 25c Orang Per dOK s size 55c 45c 50c 19c PHONE 313 The New Sjiring Shirts A wide1 array of plain and neat striped effects in Man's Shirts. The finest range we have ever ff 4 Particularly pleasing linn at Men's Suits Smarl siyle Spring Suits cor men; are all neiuly liiilnred and arc in and colorings; just TTi suits in this G? ft QK loi. Values ta Kale Price The Htetswii Hal: Call in Hfjcl soe uur neir shipment of Hals, Tim evtT-.jiopula.i- "Scoi- KGU" lia? first place here thin season. All the blocks are represented, also the colors: only 3Icirs Hals A good line of .'leu's Hai.s in Tweeds and Fults. These are regular valur-G arr really yuian Tcrjcrrow ?.re selling- them Hen's Hosiery SILK HOSIERY FOR all CASHMERE new line ot Men's Fine Cashmeri> Socks per pair GaskeM's Four-Piece Orchestra to 4.30- 50c The New Spring Wash Goods Just a word to thft wiie about our Wafh Goedl! Every yard of Print, Gingham and Novelty Waih In the store are crftp, freth new stock. We didn't carry a yard over from last year. What a pleasure to fificp hire. CANADIAN colora in dark and light shades and neat patterns; full 30 inches 1 wide. Per Yard............................... I UC HOYLE'S ENGLISH celebrated lino of Prints, the finest array of design and color that the eye can conceive; full luches 1 JJer Yard I vU ANDERSON'S SCOTCH and Kindergarten Crepes in a pleasing variety of stripes, checks and colors.' LADIES' and large sizes, pure white, made from fine Egyptian Cotton, short sleeves or 4 sleeveless; each.............................- I UC LADIES' good Egyptian Cotton, short sleeves or sleeveless; umbrella drawers; lace trimmed, small, medium and large sizes; per suit COv THE NEW EMBROIDERIES ARE OPENED UP. Afternoon Teas, Free, Free 2.30 .to 5.30. IRRIGATION ACT PROPOSAL BACKED THE NURSING MISSION j Provides visiting nurse a for mater- nity mid all. medical and surgical CBBCB (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of tae patlenL Poor cared [or free of charge, Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply lo the Nursing Mis- slon MM 7lh Avenue South. Phone 1233. (MlBi) A. M, TIMey, SupervjfAr, (MlfD M. A'. MacKay, Grad. NUTBC! J. Mackenzie. Grad. Nurtf, j hari bccji llioroiiirhly threshed out. The council, endorsed the farmers' petition to the provincial legislature i asking for an irrieatinn act Vhlcli DV DH A D n TO A HI? pos.Mlilr the creation of DI llxAUri irrigation districts. The leport oi the proicssioiial com- mittee was adopted and the resolu- passed by the Winnipeg UIP The retail section of Trade ivill inL'ei to discuss the proposed ehansiii freight classilica lions ami the crease in miniiniinis .of fourth at S o'clock asking for uniform laws throughout i I Canada, Dndovscii. and fifth class freight..- The tirimontou board resolution rcccnlly on this matter, anil the co-operation of Hie local board is solicited in aii cri- dcavor lo bring about the rtesiietl chQiiRCii. The 'lucstiou came up at yesterday's meeting of the council. and Mr. -U'. Nelson, cliairnian of tlic rernil srfhon. Thought it innvisn io take any. action until the Batter I WORK STARTS ON STANDARD BANK MeBEre, Smith Bros, sou are busy hauling material v for Hie of tlic Stanu1- ard Bonk anil' offices. 10 bt- owned by (he North Letli- brlilge InivesLincnl Co.. A line aypicciation of Charles Medbury, who lucturcs in the Chris- tian church, corner 3rd Avc. and Sib St. is contained in a letter to .Mrs. G. D. Uiinsworlb from J3arlc Roberts, lonucr Roy riecretarv of the JY.M.C.A. heic. but now of Helena, Montana, He says I would like to do or say some- thing thiil- would cause everv woman ami child to hear Dr. Charles Mnlhury in his Ipcture with von oti Friday night. To my mind .Mr. Mcd- bury its n "prinpe among mirn.1' 1 was associated with .him Hirrc years as a of cliiirch UIKI .is a stu- Drake University, oi which he it chaplain anil I unhesitatingly say that, no 'other speaker or pastor bay ever gripped me by his message and personality as has Charles S. -Medbury. His vivid illustrations have failed to leave my memory. I am told by good authority that Dr.- Med- bnry's Chautaiiqu'a enEasenients and jpcorri is second only to that oi liam Jeniiings Bryan. T gladly guc ihis testimony and sincerely hope have u large audience on Friday night Yours cordially. Earle Roberta A copper mining company in Peru, operates a smelter feel SL-U level, (He highest altitude ;in the world for snclran industry. A for two persona who ccupy chair.seats, one behind other, instead of satldles. IIRI beck pftt- x cntori. ;