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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1'Jir, THE It.-.'.Li HERALD PACE FIVE 8 THE LADIES'STORE CC VU. Phone 453 Acadia Block Very AhidcnUc Prices NO WOMAN NtED HAVE STRAIGHT, LANK HAIR THREE ROUSING DAYS-THURSDAY, OUR SPRING CAMPAIGN BEGINS and Ihe opening tlnys of Mils ( iluney-Suvino- Invent feature iiiiiuinei'nlile liiirguin lioiis From every seelion nl' tho sloi'n. inclmliiip; mil only regular Inn speciallv lines as tlnil. vou jieefl now for household or your personal IIM-. mid now oll'ered at llin most altraelive prices ever quoted on jfoocls ol' siirh v. splendid I'.ios and sterling We've Planned to make this the Most Enthusiastic Buying Event of the Entire Spring Season. Assortments are broader than have ever been offered before for your approval and prices low enough to fully warrant our expecta- tions. The splendid list serves as merely an illustration of the scores of bar- gains that await you here the next three days--dozens of other fully as attractive offerings being displayed on counters and tables for quick and easy choosing A Special Tiii'duise of Xewesl AVasli Fifty pieces of the choicest and de- signs. Perfectly fast cottars. Worth up to 4 C 30c for ____ I W V A most attractive! selection to say tfie least, ami including almost anything you could want in colors and designs. Dainty floral and Dolly Varden effects, spots and conventional designs in light, medium and dark colors, and in addition to these every Imaginable plain color. Splendid qual- ity cloth, 27 inches wide, really wonderfui value at the three day sale price 15c. EXTRA! CREPE AND VOILE WAISTS S1.25 Worth up to All newest style garments, just to hand, h'ne Wash Crepes and Voiles, white or ivhllo wiih Roman striped tulhir and cuffs, long or short sleeves, yoke or plain styles; all sizea from 34 to 44. Very English Prints and Scotch Ginghams A complete new stock just to hand. Quali- ties never sold 'ess than 15c. Extra 4 1 Special................................ 8 fe2" Prints and Ginghams like these can be depend ilium Lo give you the great eat amount of saiisfacil both in wear and washing abilities. A very Urge and complete range, better grades than those of previous seasons, in- cluding all plain colors as well as the popu tar checks, stripes, spots and other neat designs in blues, greys, navys, pinks and all other colors. Extra special for this Three- Day EXTRA! WAIST SALE Worth up to Clearing out all our ibetter In voiles, silk crapes, etc.; colors white, sky, rose, old rose, pumpkin, navy and black. Nearly every wanted size included. TABLE DAMASK Regular value Full 'bleached, splendid weight, G8 inches wide, pretty floral de- signs. TURKfSH TOWELS Regular 40c value Large Size and very heavy weight, white or brown, extra val- ue at thR price. LARGE SHEETS Cl Worth up to 9 I -UU Very heavy thread, splendid to wear, double bed size, full bleach- 35c 25c WHITE CREPE Regular 50c value 42 inches wide, suitable for un- derwear or outer garments; very LARGE BEDSPREADS OK Double Bed Size ......9 I mdi) Extra heavj' weight spread in t'uJl bleaclied, extra good wearing quality. GROSVENOR SUITING Regular 50c value A lovely cloth for dresses} and children's wear, washable; colors, ivhite, tan. pink and 35c SILK BOOT HOSE 3 pair for The loweel iirice ever offered on Silk Boot Hose, and iheso are eKceji- MoiiBlly good quaHty ion. Lisle foot and top silk booi. white iiiul black in all sizes from to 10 inches. Great Three-Day 8aJc oi Fine Embroideries Undoubtedly tlie biggest values you've seen. Widths up to 18 inches. Values 1 O 1 f% up to 35c............................... I C C Edgings, Insertions, Strappings and Flouncings in extra fine quality Swiss goods. Neai dainty designs in 33 good qualities as you have been accustomed to buy at 25c, .10c and 35c per yard. This is one of the most, attractive bargains of this sale and should not ibe overlooked by women requiring such goods. EXTRA! REMNANT SALE Half Price A final clean-up of all Remnants in stock, scorns oC useful cuds of Dress Goods, Silks, Wash (Joods, An Sa- teona, Curtain Muslins, Coi- tons, Sheetings, etc., jit ex- actly HALF PRICE Aii Early Clean-up ol all 20 Our entire stocjt of Gowns, Corset Qfl C Covers, Princess Slips, Combine- tions, Underskirts, Chemise etc. OFF reserve. A reniarkushle offer at auy season ot" ihe year and all the more important just now ivlion tlie selling of sucli garments Is iit its liest and t-very AVOU.III is supplying her needs for (he coining season. Take your pick of our entire Whitewear Stock dur- ing this Three-Day Sale at 20 per cent. ofJ. EXTRA! 50c Regular 75c Value. Extra special valuu in flue even weave, 33 Inches wide, soft and freo from dressing; splendid weight and nven superior to previous season's showings at 75c CREPE KIMONAS Worth up tb Splendid quality crepes in ftornl and scrol! designs. light, medium and flark colors. BEDFORD CORDS Regular 50c value Fine quality suitings in 39 inch widths; colors white, old rose and Copenhagen. Satin Moreen Petti- C] coats, worth up to 9 I "OO Less than (Jio material alone would cost. Gnod width; colors, I'.iddy, Nell Hose, tun, navy, black, etc. HAND BAGS Worth up to Splendid Leather- Bags, silk or I oa tli or lined, made in newest shapes in very strong frames. LINEN SUITING Worth 35c yard Pure Hnen, flne quality Suiting, 27 Inelies vide-, colors sky, lielio, tan, green, etc. APRON SALE Regular 35c and 'White lawns and cliocketl glng- hain Aprons, with tie airings; cut in liberal width. EXTRA! CORSET SALE 75c Regular Value. Tho bcsl Corset jiroilueeri in Canadn for ilio money and bought in n large quantity to sot (lie low prfcc. Perfcct- IHtlng mode's, white only, iiizes .IS to 20. Advance Showing of New Ready-to-Wear HANDSOME COATS AND DRESSES In the Most Favored and Correct Models of the Season purposely le.1'1.. (lie purchase'o.C these garments till very late m ihe season and ai lasi heginiung to arrive. Styles were not: definitely till Avoll on into January, and these wore chosen from tho very latest, conseqHentIjr can assure you of Iheir oorroctnoss in ovcj'y dclail, are not as yet complete, but will lift in the course of another week. 11 is a good idea to sec the early showings, and when you see what you want, have U laid aside. A deposit secures your choice till you arc ready for it. icruii" i hdrl ..n Tlmrsdiiv, Ki'fi'iHiiin i-niii- und .Mrs. Kirkham. Hostesses Mis. Ii. i" .Mrs Kuht'i'tsnn. j buumhirv of u i iinlinislinl portion rlir. wi iijand railway, south of j mid no douhl in CuJpary fo Leilihridpc I ns iloha HIP Aiuei-ui Ji Cana and from llun. I-'r.'iik (Nit'hrane announced tlial lie n.i'l Picinipr Siilon of Alherta, in to Hie Ihi; out. ol' huated curling iron. iu its lli'u 'by ualng plain I iiiid at Uio sumo time1 a. tar Imllyr ami luoru hinting Vonr will hnvc u. dt'llKhl- ciirl und nalnrnl wavy appearance, iiLilHT in I'urin jt is dune tm sininly n little sll- wjili a clr-an lootli dr.iu I nj; ill is: through the linlr in ruoi to lip. you not 10 repeal UK- HMilicaiidii for u cunsidorable if tin- failier hr unusually :i onni'us fry in the drufi- ft-ill hiM you u loiip while. ThlK noi sjKif Kic scalp or streak (lie imilliiM- sticky nor without. thi> UK muthod yet found ill soon be as popular in England, where it l l. Mr, (I. JJciim't! L iroin (tlUlu i tcr alLi'iidancc at '.ull i i j Al ;i rcKuliir. iiKM-iiiiii of -No. 7, Ordt-r in itin i LINK BIG Y. IC. A. ti Thursday. .March 4, al V. .M. C. A. A jnl bp held on j P.m., ui Hi" 5! graded The Nursing h- will iiicL-i iomorrc-.v jnsihi, hill u from tl i heir new IKi i Thursday i iat sirp.s .-iliould br taken i-uiislrnulion in thiy Tin1 miinsicr also rtnd pef 1- roin LanntTK1 lo ii' fii'ni'l ;ijifl i) JcMrr Iionj Sir tn by i ails on 'M i t-Iie line H-hicli lias hi-on "I'lif t'oininiHoe rcyanl this as Kat-isiactory assni ani-c. oi Siraihcona, .said lhal rrcmicr Sill on under a ini.-japfJiclicnsK'H as In UK for Effort Will Start on March 8 a row i-eji'i. ii'jm even man and lioy (and niosl nf (lie women and nirls) in Lcluhnilgi1, united in ati cl- fnn. u> raise in j lo Ihe V.M.C.A. hiiilding in J.fllibrJdgf. 'TliR rrsiili ivas thai S5K.- OfMj ivHfi jaiscd in five days This happened in the good old davs when pvpryonc was eitliPL making oi Koing to inaJir jri.OOO the next dav. We bujlt the Y, M. C. and it has Miss l.uiiisc-tlc Ilnllin and !.Mi. Melville- I.m-n." Ilnhinsoii, iwo j well known j oilne oi Nun Ion, ivt'cc inacrrcd rc.vicnfar aflf-niomi ai Knox church parson age hy llcv. .J. j A rbirkr. Tin1, hupp} couple left on Llic evening train [or Cal- Herald. y line. Ii u ilif-'bcei; ior years one of the biggest I'rrent road iluu was nuatiiii; coin pie-: Ull's in developing (.he boyhood and tiou. Tlie lint- covered by ihe bill hat! 'manhunti of (lie cifcy. We fePl thai-we ould not do without it. But times have changed. graded for a distance of 10 miles j four years ago, but not a rail had lit1 en laid. Mr. lindl promised to im- press upon his principals ihr desir- of proceed in y with rJit con- islnn.'Uon nf Uiis hranch. Ai tne iinnio uf !Mr. and John Tuesday, Afarrh 2nd, al ['inch-j I rr occurred the marriage of I .Miss J'aliencc Honour LclL-lifr. sec-1 mid daughter of Mr. jncl Mrs. Thom- L as LcU'licr, of Fernic, 10 Mi1. Clias. IT. flare, of Cowley, ilic hc-l-. pcrlormcd hy ilcv. iii the Llty presence of a few friends anil rela-1 'lives. Mr. and Mrs. Bare will make i IV j ilicir future home on thiMr iiirm near j Coirlci'. j Messrs. anil McPherson op- ssrics of evangelist services topic for tonight 'will be "A Recep- tion for speaker, Evangelist Gilhart. A song service conducted by Evangelist McPheison will start at A special invitation ir, ex- tended to sineers to join the Union Choir. The V. C A lilic evrrything else has fnllcn on evil days linancially. Ecou- onjy ha.s been practised (tiligently Ihe ollicers have performed double dn- exprdient has hcen iiut still the ends have tailed to meet. the present time Lhe association if. going beliind S700 month. The interest on ihe mortgage on the IdiiiK and an overdraft at Lhe bank i is a heavy expenses i make up the balance. j The result is that the people of LjeLlmridgt1 aie to make-another great time, to keep the V..M.C. U T i T lasi cftorL bco-jght. In the Have 1 Wenly- I WO rt-cck connnencinK March Bth, Hi teen ic.ams of business mcu, tea teams of i men and ten learns oi hoys, j njinpribins pracl ically every public js-pirilofJ and hoy" in the'cily ivill _______ IJ.L-OUU ihe city with one object in j obtain pledges from the "If all tfie jfJM (axes had been 'citizens of Lothliritlge amounting to paid, so that we could have turned per month for twelve months' MvJiat IVP liavc saved into, this year's ijnie. currnii expenditures, we would have! The work will he organized hy an ii 22 null rate this year." 'executive committee, the different. Mayor Hardic, made tlie above state- ccams will cover the city block by ment uL iht1 police commission mecL-jhlock, a special press re'ptesentative ini- yesterday afternoon. As it is, (ms secured, suppers for the workers have been arranged, and dur- ing the coming week there will be unit-' ouc great Y.M.C.A. This Association is a public insti- tution, it, does a work no other or- ganization can do, Lethbridge is proud oi its building and the Herald bespeaks ;cr the campaign tlie hearty interest and support of every Lcthbridge citizen. It will mean 1 Hardie Makes Statement with a large proportion nf the taxes unpaid, the city has. avoided a deficit, tonight in U'ca'rniinster church. The'and the issessHienfc lowered 1C per cent., rale will lie in the neighborhood ol :i9 mills. II the sessmrnt had remained the same as last jear, the laic would be about 27 mills- Commission form of gov- ernment has liaen responsible for a reduction of practically ten mills, Before leaving Pincher Creek, where' while there is an actual reduction, a sacrifice but we must keep the "V." the evangelists had a series of very j which will be tangible when the time 'lie following ad- comes for the payment of taxes, of at 1, sfu) mei'tings, th dress uas presented to them g signed liy the mayor and other leading citi- zens Pincher Creek, March 1. 1015. Messrs. Gilbart and MuPherson, Dear Brethren On behalf of the people 01 Pincher Creek, we desire to least three mills, without taking to consideration the-revision of the estimates nuw under way. MINE STILL ENTOMBS 185 MINERS llhuoii, Yn.F Harcb parties late toniRliL had brought Knginoers in India sire trying the novel experiment of catching lhal country's heavy rainfall in and using it to produce electric power. flat jar hns been Invented to hold several tooth -brushes out of the dust, and where they will be subjected lo 'antiseptic vapors rising from a pad. cypress to you our sincere gratitude lalive ten men and recovered the bod- for the work that has been accom- leb of nine victims of the explosion during your sojourn with us. entombed 253 miners In Lay- Never in the history of our town has land mine of the iVew River and the spirit of the blaster so powerfully Pucalionias Consolidated Coal Co., aev- jjiovcd in MIR souls Oi niL'Ji anil wo- en mi IRS from Qninnlniont early loday. :ncn and never before have .we seen woik of rescue is continuing, and inauv, at one time, take a clear j is aided by the crew of rescue car rut stand for God. We realize tliat.'N'o. S of the- United Siares bureau of your task was a difficult one, butr the mines, which readied the scene to- praycrs of the truly Christian people i night. From Rll available sources k with yon and Clod has abund- [is estimated nearly Ifi5 men are still antlv blessed your labors. We are not in the mine .Most of ihe entcmned sure that your work has been com-.miners fire foreigners. I pletrd, hut we know that other bar------------------------ vests are ripe for the ingathering and We} burn will hold her exhibition as jwc must'not be selfish. Your- indcia- I usual Ihis i'ear. The dates are Au-i cfiorts, your zeal for the i trust- 2, and 4. i ler'-s Kingdom, mid your sano anil "___ I scientific methods have won our con- I fidence, so that AVC can, without hcsi- ji.ition, r'ccommenit you and your i work to any community desiring such 'assistance. We have all received a i higher and better vision of life as :i ;result of your visit._ About; one hundred and twenty-live have subscribed their names to a de- j termination to take Christ as their guide in the future. 13ut this number is only a partial indication of the bcnertc'icnt influences that have been .scl in motion and which arc bound to jextend throughout eternity. We you rind-speed in your iu- lure missions and trust that the day may nol he far distant ivJien we may he privileged lo have your assistance again. To G-od would give the j glon for sending His servants :mione; us. Gloved as a by H. 0. Al- lison, and seconded bv Ii. Henderson and IlilliK Wright. Signed (lie mcmhera of the coni- tier, U. Upton, J. Ash Ion. A. A. l.ytlc. Tired, Nervous Men and Women who are languid, slceplaB and physically rundown get im- mediate relief and fatting bene- fits from the regular use of Scott's Emulsion after meals. Its chief constituent nature's greatest body-bnildinff force to strengthen the orftot mui nerve by grain, to rebuild phjikaL and mental enorir. No hirnhl diun ki SCOTT'S. RtfaK Subititmlti. Scott ABOV9C, Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Hlup Ilib'bou perfeciion has heen at- lained liy yours of careful study. Tlicre Is no "just as goofl." I31ue Ribbon Coffee. Tea. Baking Pow- der, Spices, -felly Powders and Bx- iractK. .They arc guaranteed lo give perfed salisfaclion. ;