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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAItY �?�itlALD PAGE FIVE CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store Ph*ii� 453 Acadia Block Another Shipment Just Received of Fashionable Spring Styles in Women's Wear The newest and most autlienti(3 iiiodos of the Spring aeason are pictured in these stylca to a most (.'xad-in;;' degree. We are enthusiastic refrai-dino' the s[�U\'i(lid stocks that await you here tiiis stuison, and .'ire :inxi''!',> that you should maice a personal insiuM-tien iind jiulge their merits for yourself. FASHION'S LATEST CONCEPTIONS FOR SPRING, IN SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES-THESE MODELS PRESENT THE NEWEST IDEAS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES, AND WHILE WE ARE SPEAKING OF PRICES, DO NOT BY ANY MEANS GET THE IDEA THAT PRICES THIS SEASON ARE UNUSUALLY HIGH. WE WERE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY, AND AT ONCE TOOK ADVANTAGE OF IT, OF BUYING ALL GARMENTS FOR SPRING VERY EARLY AT OLD PRICES. IT WAS ONLY BY CLOSE ASSOCIATION WITH THE BIGGER FIRMS IN CANADA THAT 8UCH AN ADVANTAGE CAME OUR WAY, BUT THAT'S THE REASON OUR PRICES ARE FAR AND AWAY BELOW THOSE ASKED BY OUR COMPETITORS FOR SIMILAR GARMENTS. WE HAVE NEVER SOLD NICER GARMENTS AT THE VARIOUS PRICES QUOTED. MAKE EASTER SELECTIONS NOW, New Suits at $15.00, aud splendid Suits at that A hrand new lot just to hand this morning by ex-prese. Splendid quality navy and black serge, silk-lined coats ,full flare skirts, splendidly tailored and perfect fitting, sizes 86 to 42. Taffeta Silk Dresses, $17.59, excellent styles, very cheap .1 hcse new silk (Ircsscs arc tin,' hest we have liad to show the ])ri('('. Made (if cxecdhnil (luality laricia ajid silk poplins in colfji-s, r\c:/y, Cspcnhagcn, Russian green and Irlcck, fjerfect flttirg oarmentc. sixes up to 44, Fine Serge Bulls, $19.50 ILoosa box coats or belted styles In the form-fltfttnjs models, colors iia.vy> blaolc and brown. Hlg^ aass Suits $32.50 to $50.00 Sllko, serges and silk aud uerge combiuatlons -a lovely collection of latest styles, featuriug many new mod�lB iuBt in this mominjr. FINEST WAlsrs In Voile and Crepe De Chcne CREPE DE CHENE, $5.00 to $6.50 Tho daintiest Hlyles we have seen Uila seaHon. splendid quality crepe, neat luaklng and dainty embroidery work on collar and sleeves, colors, aky, rioah. inaiKu, cream and black. VOILE WAISTS, $1.75 to $4.50 Very dainty, perfect fitting niod-elB, long sleeves, low or convovl-ible collars, white or white and black. 817.88 34 to 44. Lovely Coats $10.00 to $2r).00 Scat cliccks. plain cloths, coverts, Kilks, etc., ill ii great range of newest style effects. Splendijl Skirt Values $5 to $13.50 tSerfiOs. 1 weeds, chccka, silks etc., In a great \aViei.y of styles and citialitie.i, waist bands up to :u> inche,'-., regular .sizes aud 3� O. S. sizes. GRiBROOK BANKER [DON MURE to Calgary-Uniforms for (V Unit Arrive~Fruit Man Has Trees Stolen inbrook, April 3.-H. W. Supple, Iger of the Imperial Bank of Ca-�liere for the past Ave years, was >red a farewell banquet at tho ioiKilltan hotel Friday evening, i the business men of Cranbrook to say good-bye. Dr. P. W. Green chairman of the evening and ed ^imaelf a capable man for the |r?n. Representative business men i all over southeast Kootenay p presant. egret was keenly expressed during jevenlns at Mr. Supplo'a departure a this ol6f. During the evening was presentbd with a handsome from the citizens, the presenta-being made by Dr. F. W. Green What the Press Agents Say The bill at th� Orpheum this week consists of a show within a show. The Jimlor R�TU� of 1&15 U this week's headlfner, and Justly deserves all the praise it gets. The act lasts for over an hour and aliounds with songs and a dozen imitations of stars of Scheff, Ifflporsonated by Florence lllnj was Urn pick of the feminine impcr- I Bonations. The Courtney sisters, by ' the Rogers sisters was very cleverly done. Tho Hudson sisters were great in their Dolly Sisters' Russiun Dance. The Gertrude Hoffman number, by Mis.s Wclford and Kirla, in their Scotch dresaos singing "Annie Laurie," brought the areatest applause, Tho act carries a large chorus and is handsomely costumed all the way through. Naomi, the dancing violinist, can play dancing as well as any performer of a similar nature and her solos were played with great bKUI and tone Claire and Atwood open the bill with a Urst tumbifiig act billed Broadway, every, one of which is done j with comedy and excitement from the in a masterly manner. ! start. Frank Manning, as Oscar Hammer stein, introduces the different principals. The company boasts of two good comedians in Lob Clark and Burt Morton, both of whom are screams. Clark Impersonates Kd Morton with his Irish song and gets away with a line of patter that is all new. Morton aolo, "When 1 was a dream-er,"wlth the assistance of the Hat-noted orchestra' was a scream. Fritzi REMARKABLE STATEMENT who, in a few words which spoke volumes, expressed his regret at the departure of Mr. Supple. Tho whole affair was very well carried out. Mr. Supple left for his new post in Calgary Saturday afternoon. Most men have stolen apples and , tho like from orchards when a boy, , J"� Hufsian vicliuist, pianist and but Cranbrook can go that one bettor. ' 'colllst. At (he Entpi'css The iliird chapter of the Helen Holmes sei'ies will l;o si!0>vn at the Empress tcnlr^lit. Hcion finds her dead father.^ affairs in l):\d condition. S!io goes to worl: In a railroad oince. In this chapter she innkos a thrilling rescue of her lover from cars whicli are fliied with dyii-JuiUe and are burn ing. Just, as slio dozz co the cars craUi into others aud a ler;l:':j cxploElon occurs. At IJie Msilcsilc No matter v.-hnt imi; paper one picks up, no matter what ians- { uage, soraethiup; v.-oi-dorrul is almost ; sure to ho written t:;i;:-o c;)ucernlns [ Leo, .Ian and .Mischcl CherniavsUy, ; At StarlaiHl Marguerite Clark, who is such a favoritu with Lethbridge audiences, and who appeared lately iu that wonderful comedy-drama "Still Waters," at Starland, will be seen again In "The Prince and the Pauper," a picturizat-ion of Mark Tivain's master work, at this popular theatre tonight and tomorrow. This clever little actress needs no Introduction to Starland's patrons and those who are fortunate enough to see her are assured of a treat. On Wednesday and Thursday, another of the great Lasky productions, "Tho Immigrant," featuring Valeska Suratt, will be the feature. Watch for the story in tomorrow'H Herald, The management has made special arrangements with .Miss Alice Simm, tho well known contralto, who has recently returned to tho city from Vancouver, to appear at Starland iu song. Miss Simm needs no introduction to the people of Lethbridge and her many friends will look forward to tho pleasure of hearing her sing tonight and tomorrow. Mr. a. J. Goidnu of lOdmonton has been spending a few daya In the (\lty. � � . Mrs. Geo. Stncey haw returned from a short vlult in Calgary. � .  Mr. George MorrlH relurpiod the last of tho week from Montreal where ho iiaa been spending a coupiii of weeks. The rrotheon Clanti of Wesley church will meol tonight at 7,HO sharp, A full attendance is rcrjuciitcd. Mrs. C, J. ICckRtorm is a visitor In tlie city, having arrived on Saturday niorn/ng from .Seattle,  * � .Mr, A, (1. Rav,-orth is now in Cali-.''ofnla ividi lit.'i v.ffo iiiul (iilldceii, who liavo been In the Houth since liiKt summer, ... Mi.sH Muriel McLeod returned to I'incher Creek this morning after si)eiidiiig a few days with her parenfH, Mr. and Mrs. .N'. T. Mcljeod. ... The unmarried memborH of the I. O, D, K, are invited to make scrap books tomorrow night at H n'cloc'lc at the iiome of Airs, Carbcrry. llth St. ... Tile history and current events section of tile, Muthesis club will meet tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the lionie of Mrs. W. L, McKenzic. 12;i0 oth Ave. South, , ,  . A The regular meeting of .Maple Leaf chapter No. 7, Order of the Eastern Star, win be held tomorrow evening in the Masonic Hall on llth Street, and I will commence promptly at S o'clock. i Members In tho city from other chap- ' ters are cordially invited. Mrs. W. H. Johnson and pupils, as--slsted by Mrs. Stella Lumbard Lay-ton, soprano, will give a piano recital in Knox church school room Friday evening, April 14th at 8.30. All Interested in this branch of music are cordially invited to attend. No admittance fee will be charged. Lieut. Percy Belcher of the 49th battalion, who It will be remembered was wounded some time ago. sails from Rngland for home today, April l8t.~Edmonton Bulletin. Mr. Belcher is suffering from the effects of a wound In the nock which baa affect�d his ai-m and vocal chords.  � � Mrs. Duff entertained at a bright little sewing tea on Saturday afternoon as a courtesy to her daughter, Mrs. Fane, who is leaving the latter part of the week for her home in Vegreville, Alta., after spending the winter with her mother. Just the intimate friends of the honor guest were present. Mrs. E. H. Wilson presided at the tea table. yPHOlO GLAiS ME l\S V!C MW HEAR GIFIED GELIST SPEAK !r8.Sheldon Spent $1900 for Freatment Without Benefit. FinallyMade Well by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg. etable Compound. Englewood, III.-"While goinff hrough the Change of Life I suffered ^ with headaches.ner- vousncss, flashes of heat, and I auffeved so much 1 did not know v;hat I was [doing at times. I spent $1900 on doctors and not one did ma any good. One day o laoy callod at my house and said she had been as sick as I was atone time, innd Lydia E. Pink-ham's yegotabla Jompbund made her I took it and low I am just as well as I ever was. � I anbot understand why women don't ee how much pain ancf suffering they rould escape by taking your medicine, cannot praise it enough for it aolved ny life and kept mo from Uia Inaana loBpltal."-Mrs, E. Sheldon, B657 S. laisted St,, Englewood, 111, Physicians undoubtedly did their best, lattled with this case steadily and could 0 no more, but of ten the most scientific roatmont is surpassed by tho medicinal iroportios of the good old fashioned oou and herbs contained in Lydia E. 'jnkham's Vogotablo Compound. If aijy complication exists It loys to wvito tl>e Lyilia li. Plnkt lant .IVEedioIuo Go., Lynn, Muss.* OP spuolul fpoo advitiQ. Yesterday J. K. Kennedy, the owner ' of a fruit farm east of town, visitod his place this spring tor the first time. On investigation he found that some j 27 of ills choice apple trees had boon : removed, lock, stock and barrel. j Word has been received from the coast to tho effect that W. B. McFar-lane, prosidont of tho Cranbrook Conservative assoclatton, has been suc-cessful In-securing the position of quartermaster with the 22.5th battalion. W. F. Cameron, tho well known passenger conductor, has patented a special Btoerlng device for automo-biloB. Yesterday he tried the invention out, with tho assistance of the . master mechanic at the Haiison Gar- i ago. Ujiward of one hundred people '� witnessed tho Vorformance. Mr.- Cam-; eron has been ' offered a goodly sum for his invontiou. During his residence in Lethbridge Mr. Cameron worked for a considerable time on the model, being asslstod by a Lathbrldgo man. Uniforms for, the 225th battalion havo at last 4"''vod in Fernle and will bo distributed to the Cranbrook mon during tho week, It is expected after the unlfofmH havo arrived and boon distributed Bast Kootenay men will ouUst with the home battalion. Horetofore tho men have Joiiriioyed to Clalnnore to, sign on. Tho arrival of the equipment saved an liisurroc-tlou In tho local barracks. Hariy llickoubotham, a rosident of Cronbrook for Ihe past 10 years, has accepted (i posftion with tho C,N.R. and will bftjeavlng Cranbrook shortly. Friday nlgUi ho iwaB the guest of honor of tho loctl Mrsons, who presented him with an omblera of tho order. Mrs, Harry Iloblchaud received tho sad nows today t.from'htii' homa in Bor UIrk, Man., atatine that hor fathor and two'hrollK^rB were, seriously 111 from typhoid foyer. She will loovo at biioe for, home. ; These exceptionally gifted Russians will appear here in tlic Malostlc theatre on nc:;t Thursday, April 6th, under tlio managomonl of Howard ISdlo, and as they are tho talk of the city, there; is no doubt, v.-hatsoijvcr that they are goln,^ to cEta;;lli~h a record hero, Tho faFcinatin.i; jisrsonalitleH ol these three young man have attracted to them many of tlie world's greatest celebrities, Mllen Terry has .idop'^cd them, Madsimo ]\loll)a is captivatoii by them and Mr.s. .Xnnie ner.ant bus written chiirmlnK, graceful and eii-UtusiaaUc hntlcca of their life's work. Typhoid has removed another member from the ranks of tho Kilties. The latest victim of the disease is Pte, illchard WiUoughby of B, company, who succumbed this morning at the Gait Hospital. iJoceased was 32 years of ago, and Joined on January ifitli. He was an .American by birth and it is understood that he has a sister livinu; at Santa .Monica, California. The funeral orrangeuieuts have not yet boon announced. Large congregations attended the Christian church yesterday to bear the two evangelists Messrs. Boguo and Webb, of Eugene, Ore,, who are here to conduct a series'of meetings. Mh Bogue delivered two powerful addresses and Mr. Webb, tlie singing evangelist sang several solos which were greatly appreciated. Tonight's meeting will be addressed by Mr. Bogue on the subject of "Seeking tho Xx>st." Mr. Bogue is a very pleasing speaker, \\ith a splendid command of language and will no doubt attract large crowds during his j stay here, Mr. Webb's singing is of great assistance In the flervlees. The wto evangelises will also attend the GJ3. meeting at the Christian church at 7.10 tonight. Five Cents is you need pay for the best and purest soap in the world Sunlight Soap. The inducements offered with common soaps ceuivnot make up Sor the purity of Sunlight Soap. It costs US more to make pure soajp; but it costs YOU less to use It, for Sunlight pays for itseU in the clothes, as it does not wear and rub the fabrics like common soaps do. 5c. a bar at all Grocers. 33 (CoNTiNUEU khom Pkont Page) "FaQged-out" women Will Find The Bread Problem i IS a Helpful Suggestion This Letter In Overworked, run down "faggod-oul" not a problem in the home women who teel as though they could  hardly drag about, should profit by ; Mrs. Carter's eicperience. She says: -"I am the mother of sI.k children and X got go weak aud run-down that 1 coulJu't oat anything and it seem where Shredded Wheat known. The whole wheat grain is the real staff of life, and you have it in Shredded Wheat Biscuit prepared in a digestible form. It contains more real body-building material than meat or eggs, is more easily digested, and costs much less. The food for the up-and-coming man who does things with hand or brain-for the kiddies that need a well-balanced food for study or play -for the housewife who must save herself from kitchen drudgery. Delicious for breakfast or any meal, with milk or cream. Made in Canada. ed ijilmost imposniblo for me to get around and do my work. 1 tried different doctors' remedies without bonetit. I saw Vinoi advertised and decided to try it, aiitl recoivod so much benefit from the first bottle that I continued to take it, and it has built up my strength and made me strong, and well. I consider Vinol the aest mortlcliio I Imvo over taken, and adviso all weak, run-down women to try it." Mrs. Bessie Carter, State Road, N. C. If all tho tired, over-worked, rundown women In LothbrldBe could only realize how oi'ir delicious cod liver and Iron tonic, Vinol, supplies the vi tal elonionta necossarj' to build up blood and slrength, wo wouldn't be iiblc to supply the demuinl. ,/. D. HiBlnbotham & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbridge, Alberta. Adv. 'ICIURESOFTHE CMDIiSATFROM Forty thousand Canadian troops reviewed by H. M. the King, Lord Kitcli-ener, Sir Robert Borden and Sir Sam Hn.ghes, views of training 'Ife at Shorncllffe, and then the actual field service, including field and siege artillery, army service corps, red cross, grenade throwing by the klllios, construction and occuiiatlon of Ilrst, second and third line trenches, the life in the trenches with its constant perils and truly wonderful block system, views of the historic battles of Ypres and St. Julion are all pictures of the olllcial Canadian government motion pictures, "Canada's Fighting Forces," which will be at the Majestic, two days, tomorrow aud Wednesday, April 4th and Rth, Sergt. Fred Wells, ono armed hero of Ypres, ai\d exchanged prisoner of war from Germany, will give the explanatory lecture, and toll the audience the facts about a soldiers life wJilch ihey have so longed to know, how prisoners are treated In Germany, and the dally perils tho brave Maple Loaf boys have to face, Six thrilling reels takan by a Canadian oHlcor, Llout. D.J, Dwyor, .lOtli llatt, and explained by Sergt, Wells, 7th Hatt. ,Could a more attraciivo entertainment bu imagined? Every ono of tho 500 scenes Is fascinating and full of action, and tho governmental auspices of course guarantees their absolute authenticity. and was not disposed to let tro�bI�, which has developed, spoil bis -uresk-end. it was naturally assumed that Sir Robert would not attend the theatre It he were contemplating asy auqh serious step as rasignatiou. It Is quite likely that if Sir Wilfrid Laurier has seen the Duke of Connaught It -was because his Royal Highness desired to discuss some phase of the situation with the leader of the oppoHltlon. Dp to the present no formal caucus is ox pected before the house meets on Tuesday, when it is expected that the debate on Sir Wilfrid Laurier's motion will be resumed. Conservatives say, however, that this is notnecessary as government supporters, in view of tho announcement of a comitiiaslon to in-nuire Into the charge? of Mr. Kyte, aro willing to vote down a demand for a full parliamentary Inquiry. It woidd not be surprising it a vote were to bo taken on Tuesday after Sir Tliomas White has concluded his speech and Sir Wilfrid Laurier has closed tho debate on the motion. 1 SI REVIEW! 0 London, April 8,-Ja brtlllMit iraattt. MaJorOenefal Sit Sam , Hughetii, Canadiaa minister of MtUtla, r�Yl�wed today the trootiB of tbo 6bonleUff� command. Oenerftij; ||;uij:)isi� WM *^ companies at the naluting btw tifuvt Qen�Tal Oar sou amd oOuM UlfiwfaL oommfthd iu the Canadian toiovB. There were several thcusand apectat-ors, many Canadians havlax mj)torB