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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1910 THE LETHBfirDGE DAILY Frfi'RA�.iy New Spring Goods Wt'lijivc j'lMJoivcd s(tiiH) \vyy ixiutilifnl N(^\v iSpriiij4' Suits in I ho Ijiidy (lordou iiud rrinccss iiiakcs. which wo will open up Tor. Saluj'fhiy Sales. Some siuippy styles rig'ht. u]i to the niiuulu CORSET COVERS, on sale Siiturdny 60c P. AND C. CORSETS, LADIES' WHITE COTTON DRAWERS, em- An w \. 1^ broidery trimmed ....................... t:IIC FANCY BARRETTES AND BACK COMBS CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY nn per yard .............................. ^uC DRESS MUSLINS AND VOILES, fancy -1 r tlKures and stripes, up from......"...... lUC ^Wi/' SATEEN PETTICOATS, all colors 7J- ^ (and up) .............................. iDC GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HAIR She Mixed Sulphur with -it to Restore Color, Gloss, Thickness. Common garden Bagc brewed Into a heavy tea witli sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, strealied and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant, remove every 'bit of dandruff, stop scalp itching and falling hair. Just ii few applications will prove a revelation if your hair Is fading, gray or dry, scraggly and thin. .Mixing the Sag'! Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, chough, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to-UBe tonic, costing about 50 cents a large bottle at drug stores, known as "Wy-eth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," tlius avoiding a lot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded liuir is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractiveness. By darlienlng your imir with Wyctli's Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it does so natural!}-, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw tliis tlirough your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have dliiaiipenrcd. and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beauliruily Uarn, glossy, soft and iu.xuriant. .1. D. Hig-inbotham it Co., Limited, Druggists. -Advertisement. Pasteurized Milk IS Absolutely Safe No fever or disease lias ever boon due to pasteurized milk. There Is no need to boil your milk if you gel pasteurized milk from us. We are tlio only Dairy in Die City that pasteurizes the milk and'also the only Dairy thut sterilizes (lie Bottles Get your milk and cream wliero you are sure 11 Is pure and free from all bactor'In. The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1070 , J Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ross of Mountain View are the guests of .Mr. and .Mrs. n. A. Simpson. � * � .Mrs. M. W. Phillips, (llli .Avenue Soutli, left last night on an extended visit to Montreal and New York. * * � .Miss Dora Ross, daughter of Hev. D. Ross, left last nlglit on an extended visit to New York. mm* Pte. Gordon Stone, Sflth ballallon. Red Doer, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Little. * * � iMrs. ,L W. Chrysler arrived yesterday from Vorkton, Sasl;., and is tlio guest of Uer daughter, Mrs. .1, S. Smith. Am* Tlie e.veoiitive of tlie ]. 0. D. K. are asked to meet at the home of .Mrs. Robinson tonight at S o'clock. Every member of the executive Is asked to be present as there is important bust, hess to be dealt with. �   All the momliers of Wesley .Mission Band are invited to spend Saturday afternoon from 2.;!0 till Ii o'clock at the home of Mrs. Levering, the suiier-intendent, where they will be entertained with games, music and fun by ttJielr loader."!, Mrs. Klpj) and .Mrs. Levering. * * * /, The annual dance of the Canadian Order of PorestBis, held last night In �the K. P. hall, was a tremendous success. Flags of the Allie9 draped the , walls and many palms and ferns were inrtlBtloaily used for decorations, Splendid music was furnished by Need's orchestra. The committee in cliarge of tlio dance were Messrs. W. A. Levitt, Ii. ,1, Collier, ,1. Pincus, R, A. Leys, A, K. Klnnear, A. Ii. Lyons and D. Wilson, The following Is a cllppliig from a Leicester, Kugland, paper: "In the lienors list recently published under tlie heading "t'o be Com-'imnions of the Distinguished Service Order, appeared the name of Major Geo. Wni, Andrews, Sth battalion, 90th regiment, Canadian infantry, a former resident In Leicester. Mr, Andrews loft here about Hii years ago ifor Winnlpng, where he won for him-'self n foremost position In the commercial life of that city. At the outbreak of the war he and Uls son joined the llrst Canodian contingent, as captain and lieutenant respectively. AVhllpt the I'ormer has been promoted to the rank of Major, with the additional honor above named, hla son has been since Neuve ChappolUi a prisoner of \yar In Germany." Major Andrews la a brbthor-ln-law of Mr, Krunk Waddlngton llils city. DISTRICT ZEPPS RAIDED The countie.s with name underlined are those which are mentioned In the British oillcial account of the raid. In this latest raid there were t2 killed and 33 injured. GERMANS GETTING OUT OF PORTUGAL AT RAPID RATE Lisbon, via Paris, -March Ixirge numbers of German residents are leaving Portugal as u result of notice given to them by Gennun consuls tilut thoy should qiilt the country as Bpon as possible. SPANISH SITUATION Madrid, via Paris, March 9.-The Spanish cabinet met today and considered the situation which might arise in case of a state of war between Portugal and Germany. AT TH& ORPHEUm Tlie White Scar, In five jmrts, will bo the feature at the Orphouni tonight, showing Hobart Bosworth. The story is of the far northern fur trading country, in wblcSi Indians and white men and women appear in a strange drama of that primitive country. The picture is one tliat will hold the Interest throughout. IMP IK ^01 Si Many New Spring Arriva Are Here for Saturday Saturday Candy Special Imperial Milk Caramels, Butter .Scotch .Madalions, After Dinner Allnts, Peanut Urittlo, Marshmiillows. Turkish Delight, Lush-es Kisses, StuffiHl Cream Dates, special per lb............fjOC Special Turkey Supper will be served Saturday night from 5.30 to 7.00 p.m. Price 35c. Special Values in Dress Fabrics and Dry Goods. $L75 wiiln, linens, full 27-in. 25c 12k $1.00 handker. r each...... DC BLACK TAFFETA SILK, heavy quality, full ".Rin. Just opened up. pur yard, only ................. NEW MERCERIZED PONGEE and plain colorPil wide, cannoi U\uiliciile this for less than 50c a urday only, per yard ......................... WHITE CREPE, full ;'.2-iii. wide, good value while Saturday, per yard ........................... RIBBED SEAMLESS CASHMERE HOSE, size 8'^ .Saturday oiil.i-. .'! pair for ..................... DAINTY MERCERIZED COLORED BORDERED CHIEFS, for ladies ami luis.se.g' wear, Saturday, Spring News from the House Furnishing Department A splendid assortment of new rugs on display in the Carpet Department, Including Wiltons, Brussels, Tapestry, Washable Rag Rugs, etc.. In sizes fro 4ft. 6ln. x 7ft. 6in., up to 9ft. x 12ft. Prices quoted are very reaonable in face of the increasing priceo on Carpets and Rugs. NEW SCRIMS AND VOILES with dainty colored borders on cream grounds, SOiii. and 40 in. wide. Prices per yard ZOc, 25c, a r 35c, to ................................................ fjrDC NEW CRETONNES in a splendid variety of now colors, etfocts 32-in. and 3r,.iii. wide. Prices, per yard35c, 45c, and ...... duC NEW SILKOLINES in very dainty colors, suitable for comforter covering, bedroom draperies, etc., full sri-in. wide, plain colors nn 17c. yard, figured siikolines, per yard ................... ZvC From the Men's Wear Section YOUTH'S FINE QUALITY WORSTED SUITS, in dark brown color. with fine pin stripe, Norfolk siylo, trousers are med- (jjl Q CA ium pot;, witli or without cuff, moderately priced, only �{>10��JU MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT GREY WOOL SOCKS, white toe (Jj-I nA and lic'cl, all sizes, value 40o. special, 3 for ............ ipl.UU MEN'S WHITE LINEN COLLARS, Took make, Blzes~ 14, liMs, IB, 1C.1.J and IT. Regular 2 for 25c. Special otter Saturday OC^ �I for............................................... Coi. MEN'S EXCELDA HANDKERCHIEFS, in plain while and white q with colored borders. Special, each ..................... *�C SMALL BOYS' ETON CAPS, in plain colors of Maroon, Brown OO-, and liUio. Saturday special ............................ iCOC Special News from the Boot Section GIRLS' TAN CALF BUTTON BOOTS high cut styles, dressy djj QQ and neat, size.s .") to 10. Ueg. ?3.00, Saturday special---- GIRLS' TAN CALF SLIPPERS, one strap stylo, sizes 5 to jq 10, Reg. $2.50, very special, per pair.................. iI^l�TC�/ MISSES' TAN CALF STRAP SLIPPERS, very durable shoes djj 4Q sizes II to 2. Reg. ?2.75, special per pair ............ JpX�T;�l MEN'S TAN CALF BUTTON BOOTS, smart, dressy styles, *o Cf^ all sizes. Reg. .?6.50. Saturday special.................. suit. We luive received our New Spring Models, whicJi gives yon a vai-icd assortment lo clioose from, including the famous ftlodesl Bon Ton, Royal Worcester and D. & A. makes. Owing to the many styles we have enlarged our Corset Section in llie Ladies' Ready-to-Wear -a visit will convince j-ou of our qualities and valute. Spring Suits Moderately Priced We ofTer for an early choosing a handsome collection of low priced suits, made on the most up-to-date styles, included amongst (lie assortment are Navy Gaberdines, Slieplierd Checks, Black and Navy Serges, Bedford Cords Black and Blue Satins, etc.. Prices arc $16.50, $17.50, $22.50, $25.00 and up to $35.00. Just Arrived A charming selection of very dainty and handsomely trimmed silk Crepe dc Chine Waists in a variety of jnelty colors in plain and combination effects, assorted - Prices $3.50, $4.50 to $6.00, sizes. SPECIAL WEEK-END 75c GROCERY VALUES BUTTER, Brookfield Creamery, 2 lbs. . BUTTER, Finest Dairy Ot^ special, per lb........0DC BACON, Swift's Premium OC^ sliced per lb..........OOC NEW LAID EGGS 35c. per doz. 3 doz. PEAS, BEANS, and jC.n CORN, 3 tins ........ODC TOMATOES, extra fan- 4A cy, 3 lins for ........TtUC LOMBARD PLUMS and OC^ GREENGAGES, 2 tins iiOl. PEACHES, Pears, BUcl