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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAlijf- W-fittALD PAGE FIVE CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store Ph�B� 453 Acadia Another Shipment Just Received of New and Fashionable Spring Styles in Women's Wear The newest and most autlujntic modes of tiic, Spring Heason are pictured in these styles to u most exaetin'.^-degree. We are enthusiastic .re. Mjuh' nf exeeih'til (iiiality lart'ctn jijid silli |)()|)li))s in coloi's, nrvy, Copenhagen, Russian green and fclcc'K, (Jerfect fitting garmenlc. sizes up to 44. Fine Serge Suits, $19.50 ILaoa� box oobXb or beJtod styles in the form-fitting modelsi, colors navy, blaolc and brown. High Class Suits $32.50 to $50.00 SIlkB, serges and stik and eorge combinations -a lovely oollectlon of latest styles, teaturlnB many new mo(l�lB Just la thlj) momins. FINEST WAlsrS In Voile and Crepe De Chcne CREPE DE CHENE, $5.00 to $6.50 The daintiest styk-a we have seen this season, apiondld ni'allty crepe, neat tucking and dninty embroidery work on collar and sleeves, colors, sky. rieah, inaiwi, cream and black. VOILE WAISTS, $1.75 to $4.50 Very dainty, perfect fitting models, long sleeves, low or convertible collars, white or white and black. Sizes S4 to 44. Lovely C'ojits $10.00 (o ^'I.UH) Neat clicckrt, plain f;lolhs, ooverts, Kilks. etc.. ill 11 grtat ranRf ot newest siyl'; eftects. Spleiuiiii Skirt Values $5 to $13.50 Serges. Hvc'Bds, oln'ck.'j, silks etc.. in a great \u'riouy of stylos and m:alitie.i, waist bands up to :>(! incUii!!, regular sizes and 3� O. S. sizes. m What the Press Agents Say Goes to Calgary-^Unifoiros for New Unit Arrive-Fruit Man Has Trees Stolen The WU at th� Orpheum this week consists of a aiiow within a show. The Junior R�TU� ot 1015 is this week'.s hoadliner, and Justly dssorvBs all the praise it gets. The act lasts for over an hour and abounds with songs and a dozen imitations ot stars of Scheft, iraporsoiiaied by norcnco Ulnj was tiio pick of the femhiiiic Impcr-Bonations. The Courtney sisters, by the Kogers sisters was very cleverly done. Tlio J-fudson Klstcrs were great in their Dolly Sisters' Russian Dance. The Gertrude Hoffman niimbor. by Miss Welford and girls, In Iheir Scotch drcEsos singing "Annie Lnur-le," brought the greatest api'lause. The act carries a large chorus and At Starland Marguerite Clark, who is such u favorite with L/ethbrldge audiences, and who appeared lately ia that wonderful comedy-drama "Still Waters," at Starland, wlil be seen again In 'The Prince and ibe Pauper," a picturlzat-ion of .Mark Tivain's master work, at this popular theatre tonight and tomorrow. This clever little actress iMr. U. J. Goidoii (if Kdrnonton has been spending a tow daya in the city. ... Mrs, (ico. Stacey lias returned from u short vlMlt in Calgary. * * . Mr. George Morris rfUunied tlw; last ot the went; from iMnrurcal where hn lina been Hjinndlng u coiijild of week.H. The I'rolheon CIoks (if W^nlcy church will nieod. The \nimarrlfd tncMuhOH ot the I. e. 1). Vj. are invited to make �i;rap books tomorrow night at H o'clock at the home of Airs, Carborry. Jlth St. * * * The history and current events section of the Miitho.sls clul) will meet 1 tomorrow at :', p.m. at the home ot I.Mrs. W. L. .McKcnzic. 12;;o uth Ave. South. .... The regular mooting of .Maple I.oat chapter Noi 7. Order of the filastern .Star, will be held tomorrow evening in the Masonic Hall on 11 th Street, and will commence promptly at .S o'clock. Members in the city from other chapters are cordially invited. ... Mrs. W. H. Johnson and inipils, as-alated by Mrs. Stella Lumbard Lay-ton, soprano, will give a piano recital in Knox church school room I'^rlday 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 40th battalion, who It will be remembered was wounded some time ago. sails from lilngland tor home today, April Ist.-Edmonton Bulletin. Mr. Belcher Is suffering from the effects of a wound in the neck which has affected his arm 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 weak for her home in Vegrevllle, Alta., after spending tlio \vlnter with her mother. Just the intimate friends of the honor guest were present. Mrs. E. H. Wilson presided at the tea table. is handsomely costumed all the way ueods no introduction to Starland's through. , patrons and those who are fortunate Naomi, Uie dancing violinist, can ' enough to see her are assured of a play dancing as well as any performer treat. of a similar nature and her solo.s On Wednesday and Thursday, an-were plavod witli great sKill aud tone, other of -the great Lusky productions, Claire and Atwnod open the bill '"flio Immigrant," featuring Valeaka with a nrr-t class tumbling act ,111ccl Siiratt, will be the feature. Watch tor Broadway, every, one of which is done ; with comedy and excitement from the ""^ story In tomorrow's Herald. Oranbroolc, April 3.-H. W. Supple, Inanagrer ot the Imporial Bank of Ca-�iad^ here tor the past five years, was tendered a farewell banquet at tho Cosmoiwlitan hotel Friday evening, ivhen the business men of Cranbrook jnet to say good-bye. iDr. F. \V. Green was chairman of the evening and proved ^tmseif a capable man for tho ." 'JSn. Ropresantative business men from all over southeast Kootenay yere presant. Regret was keenly expressed during the eyening at Mr. Supple's departure from this oiiy. During the evening lie was presentbd with a handsome clock from the citizens, the presentation being made by Dr. F. W. Green A REMARKABLE STATEMENT Mrs. Sheldon Spent $1900 for Treatment Without Benefit FinallyMadeWellby Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Englewood, III.- "While going through the Change of Life I suifered - .^with headaches, nervousness, flashes of heat, and I sufYoved so much I did not know v/hat I was doing at times. I spent ?190l) on doctors and not one did me any good. One day n lady caJlod at my house and said she had been as siclc as I was at one time, and Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetabla Compound made lier well,b01 took it and now I am just as well as I ever was.  I cannot understand why women don't eo how much pain and Buiroring they would escape by talcing your medicine. , 1 cannot praise it enough for it so;vecl my life and Icept mo from tho Insana Hospital."-Mrs. B. Sheldon, 5G57 3. Halsted St., Englewood, 111. Physicians undoubtedly did their best, battled with this oaao steadily and could do no more,but often the most sciontifio trootment isBurpassed by tho medicinal proportios of the good old fashioned roots and herbs qontained in Lydia B. . Pinltham's Vegetablo Compound. If any cpmnllcatlon oxisfcs It pays to wrlto tl�e,Ijy.tlcr what lang- ! Tho management has made special arrangements with -Miss Alice Simm. tho well known contralto, who has recently returned to the city from Vancouver, to appear at Starland in song. Miss Simm needs no introduction to the people of Lethbridge and her many friends will look forward to the pleasure of hearing iter sing tonight and tomorrow. er,"wlth the assistance of tho flat-noted orchoetra was a scream. Fritzi a fruit farm'east of town, visited ! ^^i" ""I'oar here in ilio .Maio.ilc the- IMofit yictlm of the disease is Pte. place this spring tor the first time "^''o "" TiKirs(l,-.v, April Gth, un- Richard Willoughby ot B. company, luvestlKation he found that some i''^'' mnnagomor.t of Howard Edlo, ^vlm succttmbcd this morning at the who. in a few words which spoke volumes, expressed his regret at the departure of Mr. Supple. The whole oftair was very well carried out. Mr. Supple left for his new post in Cal- something wo::do-.-."ul is almoBt : gary Saturday afternoon. wri:tr/ii t.u.ro c.r.icernins j Most men have stolen apples and ^f"- ''ft" ''^'1 Misch.-l ChcrniavsUy, i the like from orchards when n boy. I'l^f^'^t Russian vicliuist, pianist unrt : but Cranbrook can go that one better. ' cellist. Yesterday J.B. Kennedy, the owner I exceptionally gifted Rttssiaus of hli On Investigation he found that some i 27 of ills choice apple trees had been ; removed, lock, stock and barrel. Word has been received from the i coast to thu effect that W. B. McFar-Ittiio, president of tho Cranbrook Conservative association, has been successful in securing tho position ot quartermaster with the 225th battalion. W. F. Cameron, the well known pas.sengor conductor, ha.s patented a special stoaring device tor automobiles. Yesterday he tried the invention out, with tho assistance of the master mechanic at tho Hanson Gar-! 1 FT MANY HEAR ST SPEAK KILTIE AS VICTIM Typhoid has removed another member from the ranks of tho Kilties. The ULL Large congregations attended the Christian church yesterday to hear the two evangelists Messrs. Bogue and Webb, ot Eugene, Ore., who are here to conduct a series of meetings. Mt", Bogue delivered two powerful addresses and Mr. Webb, the singing evangelist sang several solos which were greatly appreciated. Tonight's meeting will be addressed by Mr. Bogue on the subject of "Seeking tho Lost." Mr, Bogue la a very pleasing speaker, �tt'ith a splendid i command of language and will no i doubt attract large crowds during his stay here. Mr. Webb's singing Is of great assistance in the services. The wlo evangelises will also attend the GJil. meeting at the Christian church at 7.15 tonight. all you need pay for the best and purest soap in the world Sunlight Soap. The mducenvents offered with common soaps csinnot make up for the purity of Sunlight Soap. It costs US more to make pure soap; but it costs YOl) less to use it, for Sunlight pays for itself in the clothes, as it does not weeu* and rub the fabrics like common soaps do. 5c. a bar at all Grocers. The surest thing you know on bakeday Is- 16 pmm FmuR ISii^^ Mtfre Bread and^ Bjgtter^rea d' (CONTIMUEI) FnOM PrONT PaQB) and as they are tho talk of the city, there is no doubt v.'luit.'iocM-or that they nrn goln.'; to cstabllfh n record hero. Tho ta.solnaling parEonalities o' these three young men hnvc attracted to them many of Hu; world's greatest cclohritios. lOlUm Terry has adopted them. Madiimo Jlclha is captivatert , by thorn and Mrs. ..Vnnio nesant has i written charming, graceful and en- � 'husiautic notices of tiieir life's work. Gait Hospital. Deceased was 32 years of ago, and Joined on January 15tli. Ho was an American by birth and it is understood that he 1ms ii sister livins; at Santa .Monica, California, The funeral arrangomouts have not yet hoon announced. "FACiGED-OUT" WOMEN Will Find a Helpful Suggeation This Letter In Overworked, run down "fagged-out' The Bread Problem is ago. Upward of ono hundred people ' not a problem in the home (V'oracn who feci as thongii they couUl witnessed tho ((orfonnance. Mr.. Cum-, whorp Shrpddpd Whf>qf ;<5 ''a^Hy drag about, should profit by eron has boon offered a goodly sura f^'^^^^ Caaieaciea wneat IS carter's P.vporlmice. Sho_ says: goodly for his invention. During his residence in Lethbridge Mr. Cameron worked tor a considerable time on the model, being assisted by a Le'ihbridge man. Uniforms tor, tho 2a5th battalion have at last lyrlvod in Fernle and will be distributod to tho Cranbrook mon during the week. It is expected after the unltocms have arrived and boon distributed Wast Kootenay men will enlist with the home battalion. Heretofore tho men have journeyed to BliiirniorQ to! sign on. The arrival of the eqiiipraBnt saved an insurrection In tho local barracks. Jinny ilickeiibcthani, a resident ot Cranbrook for the past IG years, has accepted fi position with tho C.N.R. and will be leaving Cranbrook shortly. i'Vlday niglif ho 'was i;he guest of liouor of tlio local Mrsons, who presented htm with an omJ)lera ot tho order. Mrs. Harry Uobichaud rocolvod tho sad nowH today (from hoi' home in 8ol kirk, Man., stating. that hor fothor dud two 'brptli^rB were seriously ill frotn typhoid faifor. Slip will loavf nl once for. homo. \ knO'Wn. The whole wheat ]-"t am the mother of sl.\ children oTfiin it! thp rpnl