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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta lyiONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN ISBUI The^ Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block For The RED CROSS FUND I his irivc a portion of oiir Tuesday's Siih-s worthy CM use-to iiiiikc il it ii l)i.e((er-tliaii iiKiial values. ..... ... 25c Wlilt.c Khaki, imvy, ;ui(l Ali. blue, all wuslml)l(!. cxi'i'llciit vahic. UOMPER P.CHOOU-DAYS CLOTH, 28c I'liilu red, light ami dark hliicK, and colored slriiic.^. Kpi'eial values; fasl coiors. CANTON FLANNEL ..... ISc Hloaphod or iiiit)leaclu';l, Kpien-dld firm (lualitips, ^.'j lo L'S ins. wide. CREAM VIYELLA ....... 65c Very Hcarcc Bood.s. selliUK at the old i)rl(;o; ;!- iuehe.s wide; very tine. New Suits and Coals New Skirts & Waists The ahowiiiK Is not yet com-pleto, nor coniprolienHlvo. Iml oontnin.s Houie v(>ry lin(! new Karnionts repre.K(>mln(i; most iin-ustuil valiie.s. The I'ainous Norlliway Karnienis are as uk-ual in the I'ront rank lor xlyle, fit and valne.s and are eonlined exclusively to this store for I.etiibridKe. NEW SUITS $22.50 to $35.00 NEW COATS $10.00 to $'35.00 NEW SKIRTS $6.00 to $13.50 SILK LISLE HOSE ..... 35c lO.xtni strong tlireail, special value, hiaek and white CHILDREN'S ROMPERS ..65c. Made of extra Kood ipialily erei)e, sky. jiliik ami navy-one lo three vears'. HABUTAI SILK ........ $1.00 Kxcelleni (piality, white and :.. iuii yard wide, washable JOTTON BEDFORD SUITING, 25c to 65c. �i 'e :'"(| narrow (� Jo The Red Cross Fund We are nuiking ii)) some spec-iun 1CI2 CHICA.M HIUCKS. . . . Phone your oi-Mer in I he nuirn-Ing Al8o 50c for every new customer who starts talking milk from tomorrow or gives us their order to call............... VOUliS FOR I'UilK, DAIltV PKODITCTS Crystal Dairy Ltd. Pasturized Milk always free from dangerouB disease garms. . ing by 11. S. AicC"lunB, (.". 11. Keeuiey-jsidi!, C". Kocut and Harry Mead, el' ; Moose .law. Mr. .McOiung and Mr. Koenieysido both denied any linow-lodge whatever in regard to Peterson's reported statement that Keen loyside had received througli Jl. C. i Pierce and II. S. .McCitmg ?-iO(IO for' opposing the bnnish-the-bar bill in ; 19i;i. Kocot stilted that ho knew 1 nothing about the Till;! bribery, but !ai a meeting in Saskatoon A. K. Cross, the Calgary brewer, had said .that ,$riO,00() would ilefeal tlie bill coming i before the legisjaturo in lain. Kocot said ho had sent Premier Scott a letter telling iiim of this, and that the premier had in llie presence of Kocot destroyed tlic letter and asked Kocot to destroy the copy. Kocot is manager of the Regina brewery. Frank Urnner, recalled and cross examined by H.>''. Mare, Moose .law, stated that lor four mouths he liad been employed by the Conservative association to collect evidenee about the bribery cliarges. Onml WaddelJ was recalled and said that when he and Brunor saw (aider, a member of the cabinet, before the lin.'i session, Caidor said the government had enough ovidenee lo put maii.v man in jail in rwgi'.ru to the 191;! bribery." .Ml wlio are donating towards the refreshments for the Red Crosp concert and dance tomorrow niglit are asked to leave their donations at the Masonic hail tomorrow. Lieut. H. 11. May, who has been visiting Ills home in Cardston, spent a couple of days in tiie city en route to Join Ills regiment. Ilie i;ith O. M. U., at .Medicine Hat. In connection witii llie wiiist drive to he held in S. O. E. hall tomorrow evening, the draw will l)e made for the cake donated by \V. Ii. Scott, of the Cltj Hakei-y. Lfcthbridge Council, United Commercial Travellers, entertained their friends at a jolly affair in the I. O. O. F. b:;'! on Saturday when over llfty gathered to enjoy a social evening. ^ Before the social the U. C. T. went ' into session and added two new mom-' hers lo the local branch. A line iiro-grani was rendered consisting of a sketch by Mr. It. lllncks. Mrs. As-duitli and Master R. Hlncks; lecture and recitations by A. ,1. Irving; stump speech by ,1 .11. F. Green; solo by A. iW. Kd.gar, and pinno solo by Miss Reynolds, Refreshments were served I during the evening. Lieut.-Col. I'ryce-Joues and the ofli-eers of the Kilties outortuineU at a very enjoyable week-end tea yesterday wiien many civilians were given an opportunity of visiting the new Kiltie i|uarters. The ollicers' mess room has been made very comfortable, grass easy chairs and tables giving an air or home life tnat \s so often missing in military f|uarters. Tea was served by tlie ollicers from a table centred by a shower boiiuet of carnations. Selections by the Kiltie band were'greatly enjoyed by the large number of guests present. A liieaslng feature Is the fact that yesterday's tea was tiie lirst of the leas that will i)e given every Sunday by the ollicers. :5IS Thirteenth Stieet ISorth WILL HOLD HER Recruifing Campaign "I':" l''llf>-M t'^KON'T ]'.\fU5) On Tuesday; Feb. 2J)th and Wed.'Maieh Jstj The Laair. Red Cross Day, special, per pair.................. Tea Room Specials iSpiicial ;i ricniooii iea--(laiiitios will, he scr-vt'd Croiii ;!.;')(> to .").:30. 'rnrsday, Hcd C^os.^ Dny. LETTUCE SANDWICH, FRUIT SALAD, POT OF TEA............................ BREAD AND BUTTER, POT OF TEA AND NEAPOLITAN ICE CREAM .................. CUT OF CAKE, POT OF TEA, STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM ................................ 15c 15c 15c Wonderful Values are in Evidence Throughout the Men^s Wear Section MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS-A tew dozen left to he cleared, in plain colors and stripes. A very largti assortment to select from. 7A Sizes are odd. reg. to $1.50. Red Cross Day Special each .. I HC 97c MEN'S DARK BLUE RAILROAD SHIRTS, soft cuffs and collars, splendid values, all sizes. Regular $1.2ri. Red Cross Day Special, each .................................... MEN'S WHITE FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS-A special Hue, of fine quality and neatly made. Red Cross Day .Special each .......................................... MEN'S SILK AND WOOL UNDERWEAR-In separate garm- MEN'S PATENT BLUCHER BOOTS, dressy and smart made in (-very respect. Kizi'S 1'. lo !i. Uigiilar lu'lcr $.",.r,n. Red Cross Day .ipi'clul. l)er pair ............... MEN'S TAN CALF BOOTS, ill blucber and bution styles ing sluK'. uFcful for dreg's wear. Regular per iiair ?il. Red Cross Day special, per pair ...................... 20 PAIRS LADIES' BOOTS in black and tan bin 'ber styli of sizi's, ll'-j II) Regular $4..'1(1. Red Cross Day Speciiil per pair ................ A Final Clean up of LADIES' PUMPS AND OXFORDS- tan, box ciilf. and gunmetal. Sizes li'i; lo 4. Regular ?1 Red Cross Day Sprcial, per pair ................ A Galaxy of Bargains from the House Furnishing Department TABLE OILCLOTHS-in fancy colors, marble and white, 4'. �ld_ inches wide. Red Cross Day special |ier yard ............. CiOK. BRASS EXTENSION SASH RODS, reversible brackets, extend lo 4 1 in. reg. 2(ic; Red Cross Day special 2 for.............. CURTAIN SCRIMS-In dainty colored bender effects, 'iii inches wide variety of designs to choose from. Regular :;iic and H.'ic a yard. Red Cross Day Special per yard .................... WESTINGHOUSE MAZDA LAMPS-Guarantee your light 15. 20, '2't, and 40 watt, reg. lific. Red Cross Day special each TAPESTRY RUGS-Size 27x54 inches, in a variety of Oriental and Floral designs. Reg. $l.S."i; Red Cross Special Many Savings Prevail Throughout the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Section LADIES' WAISTS in fine Voile, Lawns and Aluslin. daintily trimmed with lace and embroidery, of newest styles. Sizes range from 34 to 42, regular $1.50, for .................... /DC LADIES' CORSET COVERS, of fine duality cotton, nicely o |-trimmed wltli enibrcidery. special each .................... LiOC LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS in slip-over style, beautifully trim- 7 p mi;d will) lace; values lo $1.25. Red Cross Day ............. /DC UNDERSKIRTS in Jlolre, satin and silk, many colors to (t>9 select from; values to $4.5U. Red Cross Day Sjieclal ____ ^.uD 15 LADIES' SUITS to be cleared In serges, Bedford Cords, Gaberdines, good range of styles. Values up to $H0.00 (tl H CA Red Cross Day, special ............................. l�U�7 RICE-Good Japan, lour pounds for.............................. PICKLES-ilolbrook's English Mixed Onions, Chow and Gerklns. special .. VINEGAR-imre mall � Per bottle ........................ TOMATO CATSUP "Blue Label", . SjJocial per bottle 25c 25c 20c 29c CANNED GOODS LOMBARD PLUMS Special per tin .................... EGG PLUMS, Silver Bar Brand,, large tins ......................... PEACHES, PEARS, RASPBERRIES. BERRIES AND GREEN GAGES, Very special, 2 tins for ........... TOMATOES-Special 'I'hree tins ....................... CORN,' PEAS, AND BEANS Three tins........................ SPINACH, finest Ontario, special per tin .......................... PANCAKE FLOUR "Aunt Jemima's' per packet ...................... MAPLE BUTTER t^er tumbler lie 20c BLACK- . 35c 40c 33c 15c 20c 25c forthwith a busiuoas men's platoon, in connection with the 113th Highland Battalion. Resiiectfully suhinltled. F. \V. IJOWNKR. The town council of Lowestoft, England, iiassed a resolution protesting, against the complete absence of j any means of defending the town against aerial attacks, as shown by | the German raid on Sunday. The re-solulloii calls on tho government to ! take, immediate measures to provide adeiiuato protection. 20 p.c. for |2lllh |t3|; \Vu are endeavoring to organize We are giving 207o of all sales 0 f Candy, Popcorn, Stuart's Toilet articles, etc., to the Red Cross Fund, Red Cross .Day.; Everything in tho store is Included In this percentage with tho exception of eggs and butter, We still liave some Cai\lston Creamery Butter for thai day wl;li:ii will retail at 40c per lb. We win give 4c per pound to Iho lied Cross Fund. Afternoon tea and light lunches served from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 Srd Avenxie South. Beside P, Burns' RED CROSS DAY, FEB. 29 E. Oxiand-Meal IVlarkel I AM DONATING $20 WORTH OF MY SPECIAL SAUSAGE TO THE RED CROSS SO: CIETY, THE PROCEEDS FOR THEIR SPECIAL CAMPAIGN. THIS SAUSAGE WILL BE ON SALE ALL DAY FEB. 29TH, AND ALL THE CASH TURNED IN TO THE TREASURER OF THE SOCIETY. "A DOUBLE HEADE'R"-A DELICIOUS BREAKFAST AND A SUBSCRIPTION TO THp RED CROSS. RED CROSS DAY �. Oxiand MEAT MARKET Sixth Avenue South rslieriuii,' ill Rod Cvos.s Day and I'oiilinning' for one wiH'k, wo will give a Beautiful Sepia Photogravure/lo'' with every $1 purchase or over l)riij>.s, Book.s, Htatioiiory, Fancy Goofis, Kodaks, Fihn.s, TiJilet Ariiclcs, etc., and evm'ytliing a good Drug and Book Store should liavc, iVoiu ii.s. We will a liberal perccutaj^e ol to-morrow'.s Imsine-ss (o the worthy cau.se of the Ked C'ro.ss. These pictuies arc exceptionally good value at Bl>c each, and should bo a big inducement to you to buy your Help up to Increase thot sura by making your purchases at our store. ^ i V : THE KENNY-ALLIN CO., LTD. 1 i THE DRUG-BOOK STORE PHONE 1487 next dallas hotel C0D ;