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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE NINB FIUDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916 Would You like to Sleep JO Minutes Longer in the Morning? Try, Try, a Tr-i-colator each Demonstrator at The Kerr CoJs Store Tomorrow PHONE 1224 Mrs Sidney Jackson has returned from a short "trip to St. Loufs, Mo. Mrs N B. Good and children left today to spend a month ill Nelson. B.C. Miss Lyle Law, Clara street, has gone to Lethbridse. whore she has a Edmonton Bulletin. The music department ol the Mat-he- eis Club will meet on Saturday Eight with Mrs. Stanley Kirkham, 13th Street, at 7.45. 1 Mrs Sydney Houlton and Mrs. F. A. gage of Calgary, leave this week for Montreal to attend the meeting of the general hoard of the Woman's Auxil- iary of the Church of England. Thanks are due to those who help- ed with the decorating and to those who loaned decorations tor the Pat- riotic rally last church. Mrs. P. L. Naismlth has returned from Winnipeg, where she accompan- ied Mrs. Naismlth, who was on her way home .to Brockville, Ont., after spending the summer in the Calgary Alb'ertan. Mm. Watkins-Hancock, of Calgary, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. E J Crooks, is leaving Maclced on nisht in Wesley Don't Grayl Here's an Old-time Recipe that Anybody can Apply The use of Sage and Sulphur for re- Btorlug faded, gray hair to Its natural color dates back to granaiac-ther's time. She used it to keep her hair beautifully dark, glossy and attractive Whenever her hair took on that dull laded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with won derful effect. But brewing at home Is mussy ant eut-of-date. Nowadays, by asking a any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of "Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Com you will get this famous old preparation, improved by the addition of other ingredients, which can be de pended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair.. A well-known downtown dr.uggis says It darkens the hair so naturallj and evenly that nobody can tell it ha been applied. You simply dampen i sponge or soft brush with it and this through your hair, taking on etrand at a time. By morning the gra nair disappears, and alter another ap plication or two. It becomes beaut fully dark and glossy. Wyeth'B Sage and Sulphur Corn- round is a delightful toilet requisite for those who desire a more youthful appearance It Is not Intended for the cure, mltieaUon prevention of dis- ease. 3. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Ltd., Druggists, lathlwldge, tisement Monday for England to bo with her msbaml, CapL Watklns-Hancock, of be Lethbrldge Highlander'. V in answer to an appeal issued by the Women's Civic Club to the people in towns Bui-rounding Lethbndge for funds to buy Christmas parcels for the Lothbridge soldiers overseas, ?41 was this morning received from War- ner and from Coutts. Among the Canadian women at Shornclifto prominently mentioned [or wnrk with the Canadian Field Com- forts commission is Mrs. Crltchley. of Calgary; Miss Finn, of Edmonton; Miss Ross, of Winnipeg and Mrs. Max Dennistoun. of Winnipeg. a The Chinook Club promises to tj a popular rendezvous tomorrow after- noon when the first of a series of the dausants will be given. Tea will be served from 4 to 6 and an orchestra has been engaged for the dancing. These affairs will be open to the public. The Willard W. C. T. U. held a very successful and enjoyable concert last night in St. Andrew's church at which the president, Mrs. A. E. Humphries, presided. A splendid report of the provincial convention was read by Mrs. Mcllvena. Among the Items on the program which included many splendid musical selections, was a violin solo by Master .lames Goldie. Mra. Humphries gave an account of ic work done by the .union and in- ited the women present to become nembers. A table of home cooking and aniiy soon found ready sale. The pro- eeds of the evening were satisfactory nd wlllbe used to carry on thb work f the Willard Union. On the arrival of the train from the ast Monday night a quiet wedding ook place at St. Barnabas church, ledicine Hat, when Miss Dora D. 3avey, youngest '.daughter of Mr. T. Davey, of Winnipeg, became the wife f Mr. Charles Depew, member of Mc- 'hcrsoii Bros.' staff. Rev. Rural .bean n. AT DavlB, of 'St.' Barnabas, perform- d the marriage ceremony in the iresenco-iof the immediate relatives of the young people. Mr. and Mrs. De- pew will take up residence in Suite j, Hull block. Mr. Depew was a resident of Leth- bridge for a number of years, being employed in the Stafford-Agnew hard- ware store. V A quiet wedding took place at Fifth Ave. Methodist Medicine Hat, on Wednesday, October 48th, when Rev. S. Turtle united In marriage Rev. Henry Smith Bird, of Burdett, and Annie Amelia Jones, .o.t.'Mapcan, Nova Scotia. The-groom is the popu- lar pastor'of the at Burdett. The happy; young couple left after the ceremony for their home la Burdett. A A A A ff fy 4 'f MARTIN GOVERNMENT IS SWORN IN Regina. Oct. be- fore 12 o'clock noon today the Martin government officially took office when Hon. 7W. M. Martin, premier of Saskatche- wan and the minister and mem- bers of the executive council, were' sworn in. The swearing- in ceremony ;was held in the lieutena'.U-BOvernor's office in the parliament buildine .and was' conducted by Hla Honor the lieutenant-governor. MISS TILNEY Offers all Trimmed Untrimmed Hats at 1 HALF-PRICE Alto Stamped Oood. >t Half Price. One-Third Balance of Stock Sale Begins Saturday Morning, October 21st MISS TILN6V WILL MOVE SHORTLY TO ROYAL iANK. BUILOfNO, 3rd AVE. SOUTH. With can be made to secure yourself asi Oi We have great pleasure in announcing Hie return engagement ol' PROF. EL the world renowned "lightning" artist. Beginning Sat, Oct. continu- ing imtfl Sat 4th We Will Give to Our Customers Absolutely FREE a Handsome OIL PAINTING These beauUtu, foreig, an c, local IJ I UL- IJtllllH-Lt. iit, .v....... ilf-l IS HOI t. arily take days to complete will be f tiiu'iuifillilf injrilp; hCHV chase or accumulative ......necessary. ami November 4th, you will be pin-chases of this aiiiount slips to entitle you to one onhesebcautilul Oil I says _r J select an Oil 1'ainung. OCTOBER 21 to NOVEMBER 4 SATURDAY NEWS for MEN and BQYS Men's Flue All Wool Underwear Klialti ITamlKei-diiefs Men s lies "BOW JERSE1S Res- Situuln 79c Rig. Sitiudn 89c Reg. Sitiudn JJ1J STORE Ladies' Handsome New Fan Ladies' new fall suits in serges and cheviots in colors of navy, green, brown and black. All sizes to These are our regular stock but just a little late In arriving. Regular to Priced Very Special Beautiful Ladies' Fall Suits Serges, gaberdines, broadcloths and- checked velours. Trimmed with fur and velvet trimmings. The latest styles in colors navy, green, black and nigger brown. All sizes. Regular to All One S32.95 Suits "in colors.of grey, navy, scarlet and whtte.-; ftO Regular ?2.25. The same as above. Regular 33.oO. ffO RQ Special......... Children's Sweaters Colors of grey. Copenhagen, red, navy, etc. JjH }9 Small size. Special Same as above, Medium size. Special................................... Same as above only larger size. KQ Special...................................... v All-Over Aprons Large, styles. Sizes 3S to 42. Good quality Sing- ygj. bams. Very special Our Special Corset Made of finest coutil with six hose supporters, ftl 7Q Very special............................... alow GUI tun in ecru and o 5 1 d 36 I che Boots Shoes offer a satisfying select- ion at prices that are within the reach of all MEN'S PROSPECTORS Made of tan elk skin. Guaranteed water proof. 12 and 14 inch leg. Prices and WORK MEN'S BOX CALF BOOTS, A light working .boot in all sizes. Price LADIES' OUNMETAL: SHOES SAL. Cuban heel, toe. A very serviceable boot for fall wear. Reg. To clear STOP-ON SHOE POLISH In all shades. Special for Saturday. 3 for.. CANDY SPECIAL! FOR SATURDAY; Toasted marshmallows, Imperial walnut'kisses, mints and cocoanut; kisses made 'In Lethbridge fresh for Saturday Pervpound 25c 25c'-. 89c 'Bay" Groceries Are Always Fresh and Reliable. Phone 313 and 10 Ibs. No. G. W. WASHING POWD..OO Per package......... H. B. CO.'t SEAL OF QUALITY FLCUR Very Special for Saturday 24 lb. Sack 49 Ib. SajSk 98 Sack A Big Eange ol Em- press Jams 85c 85c 85c 80c 80c 80c STRAWBERRY. 4 pound palls APRICOT. 4 pound pails'..... BLACK CURRANT 4 pound pails...... RED 4 pound pails PLUM 4 pound palls GREEN GAGE 4 pound pails STUART'S JAMS. A good var- ,iety. 4 pound palls CO_ for OSJC ROBERTSON'S BRAMBLE JELLY 1 pound............. STUART'S GRAPE FRUIT MARMALADE or 1 pound............. OATMEAL SOAP. Hand Size, 10 for FAIRY-SOAP, ftand size, 8 for CORN STARCH. Special, 3 for WHOLE RICE. No. 1. Special, -1 Ibs. for PEANUT BUTTER. Squirrel Brand Bulk Pound Tin 30c Co.'s brands of the Choic- est: Teas. Prices range from 35c to per pound UVC Fresh ground coffee of the finest quality. .Pound 35o to McLaren's Imperial Jelly Pow- Special, 4 for GINGER SNAPS. ..2 pounds for SODA BISCUITS Per pound- DAIRY BUTTER. Very special, 2 pounds for 1 1 Alt 7C- I 25c 251, 20c pounds for CABBAGE. Sound heads. Per pound SPANISH ONION pounds for...... CELERY 3 pounds for GREEN PEPPERS Per pound PLUMS. Good and sound Per basket FINEST COOKING APPLES EIVIJ .pounds fur per .box CRAB APPLES 5 pounds for........... 'GOOD EATING PEARS TOKAY GRAPES. Per v. RIPE TOMATOES. Per pound CRANBERRIES Per pound BANANAS Per dozen ORANGES. Per 35 cents .and dozen 20c 10c 15c 30c 50c Special, i d ind Clover Leaf Pattern. Special, 6 for Floorcloth Heavy duality in a splendid range of floral, hartwood, tUe and matting designs. Well seasoned quality. 2 yards wide, 48 C Special, square yard Special, Lineal yard Printed Heavy quality in a big range of design and colorings to select from. 2 yards wide. -TO- Special, Square yard.................... Special, Lineal yard Reversible Stair Carpet In red and tan. colors. 22Vi inches wide. Special, yard V----...................... jA' 27 inches wide. 49 C Special, yard Extra Special Values i from our Dry Goods 300 Yards'Tweed Cloaklngi and Fancy Checked Blanket Cloths. 50 in. Regular J2.75 to Selling Friday and Saturday. C1 CA 'Per yard 200 Yards-25 Inch Brocade Silk Velvets. Belgian blue, golden brown, paddy green ind purple grounds with black border. Regular Prl'liy and Saturday. dJO ft A Per yard 300 Yards SequTn Ninons and Brusscli Net. 48. inches .wide, 'in orange, old rose, purple paddy green, also black. Reg uln: 52.75 to per Friday Saturday (JM ft ft Per yard 25 only. Coin Mesh Bags. In. silver and gull metal. ReillUr Sl.OO to ?1.60 each. Friday and Saturday. 'tfip Balance of Our Long Black Kid Gloves. Up to iS.OO per pair. Friday, and rt-1 Saturday, per pair 500 Yards All Silk Taffeta Hair Ribbon. Sis inches wide. Regular 25c per yard. Friday and Sdtuid.ii laid LADIES' HANDBAGS. 50 only Silver Card and A CHICKEN -SUPPER Will be served night from, 6 to 7.30, pm. PRICE 35 SI BO to 57 00 each., Friday and Aft Saturday, each ;