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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1915 THE DAILY H K R A I D PAGE FIVE THIS LIST OF WEEK-END SPECIALS SHOULD ESTABLISH A pcrnon R! ISINFSS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Save Money on Groceries. Buy Here R DE R dF GROCERIES ONE 20-lb. SACK PURE CANE C4 AR 3UQAR FOR l.tV Jelly 4 packets ,1'or Custard (Monk and Ulassl .Lemon Regular 35c Pineapple Regular HSc finest'Ontario Pesoh- es, reg 25e; 2 for Finest Ontario Rasp- berries, res- 25c; U tor Co'rn 3 packets for Eggo Baking Powder 16 ounces 2% pounds Ivory Per bar Z5C 20c 25c 25c Sunlight 23 bars for 33c 25c 25c ...50c 5c Fresh Strawberries and freih arrive tomorrow for tomorrow's selling. Values in Night Dresses 85c Lovely Night Dresses on sale-- inade of fine quality .Nainsook in slip yoke and finished with embdroidered yoke and finlshe.-l will, narrow edge of Swiss em- QCf> broidery. Itegular SI.2.-J WWW Summer Corsets These Ladies' Sllliiiner Net Corsets. Slyle is meaium bum. long hip and back with sup- ple boning. A very popular summer OCft ,orsel. IS lo Regular J1.20 OWU Underwear Choose from a whole table of Ladles' Under- wear, flue quality gauze. Comes in combina- tion suits, also In vests and drawers." Extra special per garment More of these Delicious Hudsona Caramels al 29c per pound Did you purchase some this delicious confectionery last week? If ,0 it needs TIO introduction to you. These are lovely 1 f I eS with cherries aud nuts, mixed On sale m the Grocery Section. Made fresh in our Calgary store. Per pound Itemlil'iil Drapery on sale at 25c per ya'i-d......... een Three are fawn and and blue cut able for drnwini! llcgular K.u" yard in this beautiful Drapery inali repp with applitltlOd mauve, mm- designs in cretonne. 27" wide, suit- moms and dining -I Rugs to clear out at Half Price An opporiu to a liils at away less ii can use one of these Rugs, .lusl llwii cost. lour in all: Size Turkish Desiju Tapestry; CO QQ red and blue coloi'lnss: reg ?I8; Sale.... Size Fiiwn J ply All Wool Trcll design I regular Sale Pric I leal v Tufted Wilton, plain centre: rw.ular Sale Price Silk Moliair, Persian lie. sign in ruse and eroen; reg Sale.. Would Yon Purchase ;l Toilet'-Set! .lUSt Six Ol designs in bin. Regular up to im-.-t- Toilet Sets to clioose from: .pretty rose anil QINQHAMS lOc Dozens of different designs in tliest lac Anderson's Scotch Ginghams. Ohoosf from plain colors, checks and stripes and fancy plaids. Full 27 inches 4 wide. Per yard I WW TERRY TOWELLING 1000 yards of IS inch Terry Towelling good heavy Turkish Towelling; Op Regular l2Vac. Per yard ENGLISH SHEETING inch English Sheeting, full bleach- ed, entirely free soft quality- Regular 3oc. Pet- dressing: gooc' 25c LISLE GLOVES Half the regular price will buy these ladies' Mousquetaire Lisle Cloves, Mil anese make, in beaver and green shades; sizes 5te to S. Reg. 51.00 MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS Klne White Cotton Xight Sliirt men; all sizes. Just the weight for summer wear foi 68c MEN'S CASHMERE SOCKS These .Men's.Cashmere Socks to go on summer wei-glits; f4 QQ sizes it to II; 5 pairs for----V MEN'S BATH .ROBES .Men's Bath Robes in neat design, soft made in QQ neat styles. Regular 55.0.0.. I Brass Hods, Extra Special Brass Intension Rods that will extend otil_to_ .14 inches. Xen't ball ends. Complete with: brack- els. for SPECIAL Cowan's .Maple Buds and Per Pound Webb's strawberry or Lemon .flavored Chocolates. Kegular lOc MEN'S SUMMER CAPS A new line of .Men's. Summer Caps just opened up. This range' embraces all that is newest in Caps. Neat checks 25c 35c 15c Btripes and plain materials. C 1 Cfl Prices run from 65c. to SOYS' GAUNTLET GLOVES Boys' (.iauutlet Gloves, serviceable and smart. All t Regular ........_..... Sale Prices on Footwear MEN'S BLUCHERS This popular model in Men's Tan Ultti'h- er Hoots on sale this week end. .Materials are selected tan ralf. LatPst ff A Cfl model. iiegularJ6.ini LADIES' BUTTON BOOTS The leatJier in these Ladies' Unttuii Boots is black sunmnlal. Strong and serviceable The repilar price is fy QQ Sale Price ....................5C.3O BOYS' SUMMER SHOES This range of Roys' Summer Shoes in sizes from "ll to a and prices up to il.2f, to go on sale this week end at QQfj Save Money on Groceries. Buy Here WITH EVERY OF GROCERIES, ONE SACK PURE CANE SUGAR FOR "Salmon" (1 Ib size) 'iSo; 'I for Lobster Ib size) Swift's Hams f half or per pound Potatoes, Alberta the year and is a revelation to any who may have the flowers and shrubs do not thrive in this wes- tern climate. The attendance al the Coaldale school has increased to such an ex- tent during the past year that some- thing will have to be done at once to relieve the crowded conditions. H is proposed to form' a consolidated school district, taking in the present district aqd considerable outside ter- ritory. There will be a meeting held here on Saturday.evening at 8 o'cloct, the matter. .Mr. Morgan, piwiacial school inspector, will be present, and everyone inter- ested is urged- to- attend. Friends here have received announce- ment cards ot the birth of a daugh- ter to Mr. and' Mrs. H. Snelson at Calgary. Rev Barner, district superintendent of the Methodist church, conducted services here Sunday .Three chil- dren were christened, James Barner Howey Uenjanjin Richard Pawson and Mary'Eleanor Pawion. Quite a number of the members of Coaldale Chapter 0, E. a. the white party .givun by Maple Leaf Onapter ai- i.euibritige oil i lissuiy ovonlllir Miss V. McQueen returned yester- day afternoon after spending a week vis'iting friends in Vulcan and .Car- FROSTS IN MANITOBA Winnipeg, Man.. .May frosts were recorded last night over much of: Manitoba and in parts of Sas- katchewan. At Brandon degrees o[ frost were regislercd. the lowest for many years af'.er May 15. according to the statistics of the Dominion govern- mental experimental farm there. Gar- den produce suffered severely, but there is likely to be little damage to field crops. [rs. Fred Shepherd, who under-! DUTCH London, May GET BUSY j Amsterdam] Mrs Mrs. James Cormick, mother M. McDonald, 5111 Ave. liamoiit that, a bill is being prepared providing for tinivetsal comp.tilsory military training. This measure would Mrs. -M. Mcuonam, .-nil south, Wi on the midnight train iorjincrease the arm; 'Thetadics' Vid Society will meet! Boston, St. John, Jloncton and Ma-j men. on Wednesday the with the nfw I ritime points to spend the summer I _.-------------- president, T. B. Dunham. CARDS! N 8-OW Cardsion, May HOW TO GET RID OF DANDRUFF This Home Mixture Removes Dandruff And StQps The Hair From Filling Out. The following simple recipe which' ran be mixed at home, or put up by any druggist will quickly remove, dwi- druff and stop the hair from falling a pint of water add I oz. ot bay rum. 1 small Sox of Orlex 0 Doimd and >i oz. of glycerine. T. aT ail sfmple ingreddents that ran buy from any druggist at little cost, and mis them you Apply to 'the scalp once a day fi weeks, then once 'every other unlII the mixture is used. Aha should-'be cnotiBh to nd the dandruff germs. H stops from falliilg out, and relieves and scalp disease. ie-, i, Although It is not a dye, tly the hair roots and.-willf. streaked, faded1, gray in ntteen days. It promotes the! spc of the hair and makes harsh w and Tea [ait I to aprosimately i months. Senator and Mrs. Hond and little daughter Ruth, of Minot, North Da- kota ara visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Quinn, 6th Ave. south Mr. Bond is president of the Bond Lumber. Co. with yards in Dakota, Cardsion May is still rain-; Montana and northern Alberta, and ing in Cardstoh and cannot said to' is returning from a trip of inspectiou have let'up for eight days. Thecr.ops of conditions in northern A'.terta. arc'growing and the winter wheat; has' not been such a stand for several! ilrs. .lackson bllbiiuh, 01 Seattle., _, ,_ vears Tke' winter wheat reminds us 'Wash., national organizer and lectur-; treed rrom eon, soinc vears ago when we used to er-of lire Women's Christian Tempcr-i turn out "our fifty, and'sixty bushel ance Union; will address a meeting per acre crops Jt covers the ground! in the St. Andrew's church Friday! and is thick Some ofthejjiav 28fh, in the interests o! prohi-; fields whose owners would, in a dryjhitioa. Mrs. Silhanh is a woman ol, season summer fs.Kow, are. rank. high intellectual attainment. and j ONTARIO WOMAN'S FORTUNE Season, suilliuei with the growth ot line volunteer 1 great personal charm. As an or.eaniy.- crops which no dolikt, will be tooj'er and lecturer she has no superior great' a'temptation at present nf rilsi-nnrsi. hn liarvcct.itd anri the. viclds' i auu will be harvested and the yields will be good. ]f it keeps good and wet it will also diminish the. supply of gophers and lessen the ravages ot the cut. worm. little clear weather would allow the-seeding of barley afA the putting in of some more oats. It- is too Ule to sow any more wheat here. her SPV. flcr nianncr of discourse logical, numerous and entertain- ing. The Wesley Tennis club arc holding a social in (he parsonage .this even- ing. _ The ladies Orange lodge will hold special meeting in the.Moose Hall.! to sow any more wnrai. ncits. t a special in hay crop a-Big one and will' corner of 2nd Avenue and filth street; needed tor last year's supply isjat eight o'clock- sharp. j neee about exhausted and the town horse auoui BHU mav have id be jturited out to rustle. Kuox manse yesterday Grass feed'.is 'immense jnd garden jnoon, Jacob Williams, of XHi seeds have not come lip a's for was married -to Miss Louisa manv yearsV.With tfie present weath-j Tripp, of Barr Hill. Alberta. uUliib th tfie jirese of tie fcomi IUU uUlii manv years. With t er an indicator of tie fcomins season j'ki. ITOD oi sDUds should 'also be inc i.iul. food one. Taken all in all is a real good one. altrr-'. Maria' Rev. IUcnoon performed the ceremony and! the couple left on the midnight train AT MRS. f Sati The Ladies of the Home Mide Cooking Delicious Home Made F You 'will need sdditlonv ._.--, t'lirchase it here Canadi Saturdiy, May teherc.wc B war. up I i-317 12th STREET SOUTH. May 22nd. Church are featuring a sale of Fred Kenny's This will include Canadties, Bread, Pies, Cakes and Salads iiplie's for the !4thl .nd trouble the Kerr scriou fcadly guid, Always Tired Feel- ing, by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Compound. Jhessslon, Ont I cannot apesk too hiehiy of your medicine. When my ap- -------------gpetite is poor and 1 hav-e.thHt wwk, Ian- .lidf always tired feeling, I getm tie of Lydm E. Pink- liam's Vegetable Compound, it builds me up, gives me strength, and re- stores me to perfect health again. It is truly blessing to women, and 1 cannot I take pleas- ure in recommending it to others. Mrs. ANNIE CAMERON, Thess'ilon, Ont Women who are suffering from those distressing ills' peculiar: to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt tlie ability of Lydiii E. Pinkhsm's Vegetable Compound to restate their health. we probably hundreds of thou-, sands, perhaps millions ot womtn in the United States who have been benefited by 'this old remedy, which was producad from roots and herbs over 30 years ago by woman to relieve wo- man's suffering. If you are sick need _________.______ such medicine, why don't yon try it? If children are feverish, give-a lisht _ wrile ti, Goodman's Sale Lasts Only Three Days Longer The Prices below will prove without doubt to be the lowest that were ever offered at any sale Bargains in Men's, Shoes Black and '.Brown Oxfords, values up to S2-.75 Men's Blat-.k Box Call" Shoes siiit- day wear, good -value nt 13.00 Mere Shoe for dressy solid leat'her, at- We offer this shoe for only-. Here is a line, of Men's Working are 85c. value; While they last, each 50C for............. 31.35.value for 95C Men's; Cotton Socks, guaranteed good -wear. pair for. -25C Ladies' Sample Oxfords Ladies' Sample Oxfords, small sizes only, value up to f 5 pair; 1.25 ..'15C -25C clearing at. 'Womeji's..25c Hose: pair 30c valup 'for Childreir's Leather Handah from "85C .lioys' Knickers, pair T5C .Boys' Linen Hats, cadi 50C Children's Shoes in button ami lace; per pair 85C glraw Hat-, each -95c Pell 'Tweinl eat-h -50C outlook for their home in Saskatchewan. RED DEER PASTOR APPOINTED CHAPLAIN Red -Deer, Alta.; .May 18. Anounce- meiifof the ippolnlment. of no'v. Dr. T. Wiisoti as chiplain of the 12th C.M.-H. was made at the public farewell 'to the squadron of the regiment, been In training here. Rev: ,Dr. Wil- son has been Methodist pastor here for Ike past two yeare, and his appoint-