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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta l^ONDAYr FFBRUAIIY 28, �9i- Closet, at............... . $35.00 Six Hole Kaiij;es, two ovens and closet $40.00 and $45.00 WASinN(i MACHINES. Flyer, . . . .$5.00 W(nidrous................____$7.00 Sterling;', j;alvanized hody ....... $S.OO ('o|)j)er Kettles, eacii...............75S1J), SIS, S2i).00 BEST KEFiJKJEKATOKS Porcelain Lininj?, $33.0(>. $45.00. (irocers and Restaurants, one only, double 5�iass doors,- $J)0.00 Ne(t BS8EI THESE ARE ONLY A FEW of the BARGAINS WE HAVE TO OFFER NO REFUND NO EXCHANGE OLD STAND, SIXTH STREET SOUTH THESE PRICES ARE GOODONLYforTUES. If You Bwy i Tomcinrow, Eed Cross Day semd me more.to The shoes are "sure to ease-so is the price. BESIDE MERCHANTS BANK Honor Fertile Man Who Will Locate in Leihbridge Fertile, Feb. il-J. iitBn!�y Diokeu, late assistant city olerjt, wlio leaves Feniie tomorrow evening to accept a position with \V. A. Henderson and Co., chartered accountants, at Leth-bridge, was surprised on Friday by the presentation from his fellow workers on Uie city staff of a beau-tif.iil gold watch. .Magistrate AVhini-ster made a very nice little speech In which he expressed the esteem in whiQh -Mr. Dlcken was regarded by his long time associates. The same evening Mr. Uicken was the guest of honor at a reception given hlin by the members of the Methodist choir, of which he has been a faithful member for the past ten years. Today the Methodist Sunday school, officers, teachers and scholars, presented Mr. Dlcken with a beautiful Oxford Bible as a. slight token of the- regard In j which he has always been held by I the entire school. .\ir. Dickon has j been secretary of the scliool for many years and has never missed a session j or failed In his work in that position. .Mr. Dicken will be missed by his hundreds of friends here, and is sure i to win Ills way into the hearts of bis ' new friends at Lethbridge. There are not too many such clean, upright, honorable young men as J. \ Stanley Dlcken to be found In any ; community and his example will have its effect upon bis associates here, however long his stay from them may be. ilOIHEB! GI!E CiLO "SIRUP OF FIGS" IF lONGUE IS COATED IF CROSS, FEVERISH, SICK, BILIOUS, CLEAN LITTLE LIVER AND BOWELS The Uonfrew Hotel Co. (temperance) made a profit of about 55,000 last year. or Red Cross And will take pleasure in sending a percentage of our sales to THE RED._ CROSS FUND � � ���� 1 We shall appreciate' your help toward enabling us to forward a substsn ial check. Phone 14^3 N........................ Family (jSrocci's aii4 ri'dvisiuu Mei'tliants 1 ;ji3 otij mm soutu Children love this "fruit ia.vatlve, and nothing ehso cleanses the tender ' stomach, liver and bowels so nicely, i A child simply will not stop play-' Ing to empty the bowels, and the re- ^ suit is, they become tightly clogged with waste, liver gets sluggish, stora- ' ach sours, then your little one lie-cornea crosB, half-sick, feverish, don't | eat, sleep or act naturally, breath Is ; bad, system full of cold, lias sore, throat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea.' Listen, Mother! See if tongue is coated, then give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a i'ew hours all the constipated waste. ->our bile and undigested food passes out of the system, and you have a well, playful child again. Millions of mothers give "California Syrup of Figs" because it is per-.'eotly harmless; children love it, and it never falls to act on the stomach, liver and bowels. Aak your druggist for a 50-ceni bottle of "Cnlll'orniu Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for haibies, children of all ages and for grownups plainly printed on the bottle, Beware of countortells sold here. Get the genuine, made iby "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt.-Advertlaenionl. Entertainment in Aid of Red Cross In aid of the Ued Cross funds, the local Hed Cross society la giving an entertainment and dance in the Ma- 1 sonic hall on Tuesday evening. The ! I feature of the entertainment will be ' a tableau entitled "The Reveries of !a Bachelor." "The inirl of bachelor ' will bo taken by Lieut. Chas. Korr. � The others who will take part are: Prlscilla Hammond, ISlleen Waddlng-ton. Minnie Hazell, Leslie Proud, Kllle Wallace, Esther llonnell, Inzola ; Hardle, Marcella Lafferty, Miss Pen- : nefather, MabeL Wallace, .\llco Aln-1 slee, MlsB Ilonoysolt. I ' There will bo a Scotch (^aiico by Muster Oliver, and a fauL'y dance by Mies SUnpsou and ^ Mr. Gilbault. A Kazoo orchestra will furnish music. Mr. Waddlngton will give u selection. ; There should be a good atlendancD. The opoiitng feature will be the presentation of hu?,i0B by t^iR children to tUo KlltieB, The .croceeds will be donated to the Red Cross fund in connection with tho provincial carnpalsn on the 2!)tli. Tickets may he proour-u,d at Jackson a diiig store or at the door, on Red Cross NEW SUITS NEW COATS NEW WAISTS New Wool Dress Materials * .... New Dress Silks & Poplins New Wash Voiles New Prints & Ginghams New Galateas Everything Priced the Lowest Consistent. with Quality. For Tuesday, Red Cross Day, 10 per cent, of all you spend here goes to the Red Cross Fund. ,A (llspatch from Munich says that a great avalnncl;e fell in the Hoch-Itoenlu region, Oormnuy, carrying away 'a mountain shelter with its oc-c.gpantB. Thus ffir 25 bodies, hnvo Uaot) recoverett. , � � " \ MM 4985 8925 ;