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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 1^1 Eye openers iSpP YAfrbs OF DAJNTY EMBROIDERY Spring;; seirliig, per yard ^........O G "7B PAIR'S. UAOIE^V DBAWCRS, medium -wjBigTit;;,,-vii.^, -^  ... � . Sbo YARDS PRlNT-^-iMm Ends ot^t^ oUor print, worth le^^i and 15c Qjt per, ..yara-i ... -.��"s^;:;!..... ...^MQ' ODUK'tdNes OF/n'eMO 'corsets; siises Clearing at 4..^',,.:...... 9C),99 10: DOZEN LARGE PRINT* AfRONS-Light'and darkfcb at great -bargain OVERALL lors At Its mi HEKLTOIAGE ----- ^ ..... ed ever Rummage varieties never so large, and to make matters more iittractiv^, w^e have increased our PreiniUii^l(iSj[V Avh'ich now includes over 30 difl'erent prizes vahrod up to .$150.00. Gefli coupon. ^ ! ^sr ' Get Your Coupon $150 Free EXTRAfsS" MEN'SXAPS; tNcTrlialaiice'^fr^f"^' our|cap8 up to �1.76 for v^..'|iJ5.*r'.......03C ~ NIBHT GOWNS; vliADlES' SHOES; your choice best shoes, button or lace,  �4i50 to ;?6.00 'MEN'S SHOES; ^est quality tan or black Blk, waterprool; C9 Cfl megular $4.50 for........... 90b3U MEN'S SHOES-The "Astoria" shoe, re^ gular $6.00, lace or button ^9 QC For pfer pair ............;..^O.Ow " BOYS' SHOES; elk leather, �0 TE sizes to 13^ $2.50; 1 to a for^C- '9 of our $3.85 3 for 10 Articles Hair Pins. Toilet Piiisi^Hookt & , Eyek, Dome Fattener*; and} other articlec worth up to tOc each. Never Before! Never Aga[in! Ready-to^Wear Goods at Half Priee ]Srot a few odds and ends picked out and offered at a ridiculous prieci but those high grade Princess; and. Wintex garments, all neAv this season,' at Exactly Halt Price. Every Coat at Half Price .?18 Coats; Your Choice of some smart: ; ItQ rtft stylish Qloth Coals;'all new, on sale at..;;S^WiiUM � ?20 Coats, including Cape and Military fljii^^^ : Goats in Z9bellne8';8ml Golf Cloths..!'-.-lftW;aB*$2.00 _____________v..... .^1.* I^:-- I'vfE^Ts'oR.DRAWERS-Whlte or natur-" ''�Al.ljot'.large, women, regular 76ci'j|' ^'dh^Vftle, eacli .......lUC � iAPRONS-Get your share of those.ioov.ep.. ail'vfiiPTOns. , They are worth- . VSc'al^Jl.OO................ "IjlC'; � C LidAK'l N OS-Full U inches' Vide. "1 red, navy or white- Regular, $1.75; half price 1 vide. 'In m 9gcj Silk Sale Pongee Silk^ A special Pongee 24 to >2B inch. . natural shade, also white and colored Taffetas; '"Worth up to 75c 28c Yard Wide Messalines 75c Evening Dress Goods 75c Soft:� shimmering Silk, �('for dresses, underskirts, etc,.values up to $1.50; a wonderful bargain. , Uusr Price ;v Dress .Lengths in voiles, crepes, armnres, also odd lengths of evening dress ma', Captain a. 0. Critclilev and j a (.ri..chio/. Capt. ) QjStphl.ey3s a Canadian owning a large ranch m Alberta who has taken all his sons to-serve Great Britain'in wa*v\-They are Jiow m Strathcona's Horse except Mr. TV. R Critchley, who runs a machine gun detachment in - ntrSw^^rig^nie. f _ JeelCalifomia MYs^,"Captures Js$nny Cdnucks^ he^ the mascot of'.Ihe,regiment. When Cfirigtmais ti,ine5cafii'e:^^i^ decided to give tjbieu: little finend a: surprise and purchased a, heautifiil > doll' Md baby cariiagefor Sajita . Ciaus to deliver ^ �r, � ' . -at her addiess, goon afterwards they |�r- yrea^i^' Dpwper of this .cit^r'learned,that she and her mother were ......-i�;j^i^Uain mV'ttoTSfflkBj *Jll|out iio.4^ As "--^ piBasin^'"'Jjicid6At. the tune for ^0 ^jicpartureot . the J�W^ff'i^^'}mj^^t,J^'>^\^ on th4 platform te,v^ave farewell �fa^JflnniiiM, m �S .marolwngs f+p ^ y,^ Amwfoanjghb bad bright-:: ES,^3ioiise inWWch^^py^Startog lilC��eJ W^ni^pimil!^ ,tor' ,ti�^^: kJ^, The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening - gray, streaked and faded hair . is grand-j mother'6 treatment, and folks aro | again usln^ it to keep their hair'a good, even ,icolor, which is quite sensible, as '\ye!Bre living, in an age when^ a youthful appearance is of'the great-' est advantage. . ^ , Nowadayi^ though, we -don't have the'troublesome task of gath*rlng the sage ,and tlio mussy mixing at home. AH'drug stores sell toe ready-to-use product called"WyeUi's Sage and Sulphur Compound" for about 60;centB' a bottle. It is very popular beSituse nofbody cah diBoov.6r It has been applied; Simply moisten your comb-or a soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears; but what delights the ladies -vinlfb Wyetc's Sage- and 'Sulphur Is that, besides beautifully flarkenlnig the half: after, a:.few -applications, Jt aI�o, iproduces that soft lustre a^id- ap-pearaiico of .abnadancd which is so attractive; . besides, prcvonts -dandj-ijtti: Itching scalp ^nd falling hair. '^Spld by J. D. HJglojbo^tham A po, Limited. V- -T at -Brook It is said that H<�iri BoUrass sue pJlMtipn. foijiibe .$28,00(L^o,unV for the discovery of rad'l ;