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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1917 STOP A COLD IN ONE NIGHT. Tike VENO'3 LIGHTNING COUGH CURE. You caiiiioL uhsaya colda, anil la Orliipcj but you eiii t lettlnE Into more tjcrlouii trouhlo. Vono'j Ijlb'l Coujli Curo will an ordinary cougli In ono night l( Ukon 011 first Indication ol [roubjo.: A dono. In :CJ tlmo savo yog from long and licavy oxiicnao. KOCJI ready lor uso slioulil you or ymii children need It. Ilelng rreo from ilopo It Is tlio safest remedy lor children. Ycno'a l.liiulnliiB Cough Cum h thu PAGE famous Hrltlah remedy, ail'l la eolJ In every part ot tho lirltlali Empire. Trices 30 cents imd GO cents, from urugglats end BlorcFt throughout Can- ad Advertisement, tho Tbe Junior W. A. will meet tomor- row st 2.30 In lUo rarlBh toora. i Mrs J I) .Hois anil daughter, Mies l.uc'y llnlcli, have rUurucd from a visit to California. t The chic ol tlio candy sale !o ho Mr. Jumea Fislie lias relumed from California. i Mr. and Mrs. II. 11- Held, of Ulli- do, arc visiting In Iho city for a Calfiary Nevvs-'icittiam. ,Moro than persons In Unllod filalca wear Blaes eyes. A now coffee strainer ran be (as- toned Inisldo any by wlrca iliccrl- cd In tlio Enoul. Great llrltaln nnd Ireland together consume about rabbits for food annually. few Mr. A. R. McGuIro has _ returned lie uaiu ui from California. Mrs. Mctiulro and held liy a committee of ladles for daughter nro not lor Sailors' Itcllef [unil through llio I.clli- another montli. briileo Candy kindness, ban heon clianged from- April 7th to March 31st. A liercenlOBO will bo given on all can- dy sold and In addition the Candy Co. ILRVO donated a largo box of candy to Appearing Tonight and Tomorrow irocery Vf argams in Abundance for Saturday Mrs. 3. J. Shepherd entertained ycslerday alternoon complimentary to Mrs. J A, JockEOll's guest, Mrs. G. K. u i-B" ,llool of WctaBklwIi. Hridgo was play- bo niMlc-d; n piece of Jewelry lo t'o Ql lwo Mrs. J. N. Kennedy Ilic box hos uUo been doniled. .Thcio a dalnly lavor for inaklne tho high score. At tho lea hour a number of additional guests Joined the brldeo playora. Vcllow tulips decor aled Hi" lea table where Mrs. George. Mat-Kay poured tcl and Mrs. McHlcol cut the Ices, Tlie Ladles Society of tho B. ol F ard F held a successful danio In (lie K oi I', hull on Tuesday night, ivliUh'ivas largely attended. The 11111- Elc was (unlsbcd by Needs' five-piece orchestra. The ladles Boclcly Rreally predated the assistance o[ Mr. .las. vlcy who acted as door manager, ic patronesses were Mrs. It. Mcr- 11 Mrs II. Maxttoll, Mr3. (Hikes. Showers, MrE. T. Wardnnn, rfl. G. Hwaneon Slid Mrs. C. 6coll. A very cnoyable luncheon was oeld eslerday at tho PallUcr hotel, ny the members of tlio Western Coal Ojicra- ors1 assoclatlo-i, Iho occasion being ic presentation to the returned pro- Ideut. Lewis Stockell, ot a handsome watch chain and chnrm, suitably en- raved. Tho presentation speech was made by Mr. Chas. Lorimer. who spoke o[ tho nlno years' continuous service ot Mr. ElockcU as president ol the ncsoelalion and of the great esteem n which ho was held by his. fellow Albcrlan. Tho marriage took place nt Macleod on Wednesday mornlne at 5.30 at the homo ol Ihe bride's parents, of MIES Jessie Grady, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs A V. Grady and Mr. C. G. now kcr The ceremony was performed by lleT> Mr. Lewis of tho Methodist church In Iho presence of a Teiv lull- male friends. The' bride, wlio was .jinnltc'.dcd, wore a brown talloreil suit small wliito corded Bilk bat laced with pencil blue and a corsage 'bouquet of while roses nnd violets. Tho groom's Bin. lo the bride was diamond and platinum pen- danl. After the ceremony a. breakfast was served alter whlcli the bride and groom left to spend two weeks in Calgary ind .nimonlpnr On tjkblr return .they will re.-ldo In Mac and Mrs. Edwards, Miss Mur- iel Maclcod and Mr. T. II. were present ac tbo .ceremony, motor- ics to Macleod.on Tuesday sttemoon. Geologists have estimated one deposit ol soda In British East Africa .contains more than tons. ny swatter (hit ti pistol and is operated by a trigger hss been patented by. its-Michigan r inventor.- i An Englishman is 'the, Inventor of a Jiyrtaulic brake for- aiilomobiles that acts upon-Ell four wbecls of a car at o ice- PHONE 313 for "Quality" Groceries English Golden Heg, Specla Syrup, per tin SOc 35c SOc 15c Krumblcs. A splendid breakfast cereal. Special 3 for Eggo Baking Powder, Ib- cans pure Maple Syrup. Pint bottles Pure Maple Syrup. Quart tins Good Quality Corn. Extra special per tin Nice juicy Liii'Ke :iiid sweet. Tixn tra special, 2 Men's and Boys' Suits on.Sale all day Saturday 50 ONLY 50 ONLY SUITS MEN'SSyiTS ana-are pay for Corn e to Our Drug Store for Kodaks and Supplies .....j_'i_. 1. Sizes at (Jronn 2. 20 to 33. Selling at ese Saturdays Sell ing on tli Boots and Slices ate Extremely Low BOYS' GTJNMETAL BOX CALF AND TAT- ENT LEATHER BLTJCnER BOOTS. fUUng with medium sole. A dressy shoo lor best wear. Sc, e ns for school use. Sizes S to Krlday 2nd Saturday, SPRING SUIT FROM PARIS A prcur nnil fashlonible spring mode) of Ian clolh arlorncJ wllh navy stllclilng. I Taking nnd mnMng pictures of the children and your "Irips" be a joy lo you now and in the future. And you might as well have good pictures; you will If :you bviy your kodaks and supplies from us. We do !i big photo supply business; that's whr'our goods arc frtsh. The Frank Hedley Drug Co ____________.....T. i ETHnnlDQE. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS TO CONSCRIPT WEALTH. Wnshlncloi. Mnrch 22. Tho administration hns usdcr consideration plans Tor a new revenue act, conscripting all pcracnal Incomes In excess of (lOO.e.OO a year dnrinR the per- loj of the eipcctco war with (icrmany. Sucb a law. combined wllli i the Increased suporlas on olhcr large' Incomes, would produce between 000 and a which Vt.t edm'nlstralion be- lieves would be adcinalo for the necessities of this coun- try. MEN'S BOX KIP BUTTON BOOTS With neat block toe, wide fitting 3.89 Will give comfort and service to rniny-r "r P LADIES'DRESS i'UMPS For street wear. All the latest colors, toes and neels. A "in Values to 5S.OO. Friday and Saturday, pair CHILDREN'S VICI BUTTON AND BLTJCITER STYLES. With n one lift heel. Sizes 3 to 7, with hard sole. Vicl kid ono strap slippers with smart bow. Special, 'per pair .'.........'.........................V GIKLS' PATENT LEATHER BUTTON AND BLUCHER STYLES AND TAN CALF BUTTON AND BLUCHERS. Can be used as a dress shoe; also serviceable for school wear wide fjttlng. per pair..................... LADIES' HIGH TOP SHOES AH tho new colors. Plain or combination stylos. Latest p heelI Von pay in the usual way as high as ?10.00 and '1200 for these boots. Friday ami Saturday, pair..... lleme r Q( 5000 yffi pf Linoleurns aricl Oilcloths been received tills week in our House furnishing Department. OFFERING A STJPEKB COLLECTION OF PATTERNS1 IN INLAIDS, PIUNTED LTN- OLEU3IS AND FLOOR CLOTHS. Spccinl Viiliics for Satiu-rtay. Inlaid Per liuciil yard 2.90 Printed Linoleums, jicr lineal yard, ijil.55 1.75 Also Bordered Passage Linoleums in green. and brown key border design. In 2J and 30 inch widths. CANDY SECTION; 500 Iba. Splendid High Class Mlicd Hard Boiled and Gummed Can.llcs. Socially priced Saturday, per pound 13c NEW CURTAIN FABRICS Arc :i revelation. We do not limit your clioicc In a few odd pieces. AVe siiecuilize in a vast as- sortment of all new Cretonnes, Mar- quisettes, Madras, Muslin, Nets, Voiles. Strini'Sj Madras in colored and plain styles. These are now on display. We invite yonr in- spection. WALLPAPERS In a variety of iv.Utcrns that arc all pleas- ing. These are very new spving pajicrs anil matlc by (he leading wallpapci- manufactur- ers. Displaying the new ready trimmed edge. Ready cut out borders which save- time ansl trouble when pancrhnngiug. Prices lOc, 15c, 20c, 22c, 23c up to 35c per single roll. PAPEIl CONSULT US. KCBBt-fT E.OUflBlOCt STOBtSCOMMISSIOMEn ;