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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I, Tin'. l.rrvWihllK'.l'. PAfiK IvU'.VKN 35 NEW SUITS 25 NEW COATS 15 NEW DRESSES JUST IN THIS MORNING wholo loaiTdf stills, f-ouln nnd s nrrivrd lliis immiiiig. Tlmy uro tho wo have4 luixiuuwly iiwiiiliug for (lie jmsl two wi'tiks. 1 1 (fit's now in- I'olor, in in mii- lonul will jio ioiiili) jn our nnoniioiis 'sloe suits mid clnsivc mod "it wo n I i ko, p [i lioi'ly I o inoiTQW (1 look them ayef..' not tin l.hny .riro iil mid lYiiHi (lie linst '.suits 'fii'fii: coKfs mndc in Cminilri. SPECIAL NOTICE AS ARE EXTRA BU6Y IN OUR ALTERATION DEPART- MENT .WE- WOULD ASK ALL THOSE WHO AW A'ITINQ- A FITTING fb CALL Aa'poBslat'E-so WE WILL BE ABLE TO DELIVER ALL BEFORE EASTER. THE'STORE WILL BE .OPEN JHU'RBDAV NIQHT AND CLOSED 'ALL' DAY GOOD FRIDAY. f V> RYLANDS CO. Drln-r Hili HIT of Ilio i'li'i litll Inh'.'l li'iunu inoikliiK yfam tn KiifUii'l m in'.i'iSiS :it -Alil'ti wr-rii In K llrli liiriillftli [-JlliTlm; From BliM-V nlilili III'; luu'c hi? dli'- lie will remain In Uth- for 10 vNlllriK liruUiur 0. Bller vrhlrh )K. will K'( lr> OKilm f'T InrllKT Irealrjiuil. Illlm BUrkler al tine frofjl two innnlliN U.'fore It'lnK jj'U out. lie li rju fjui: Hie KM-ilnim or lire whlrfi. It firm WHii over lo WUE Ilic rrujljlli; o' Ilio f'aria'llnn If wllltn tn thin iwalUitn thai ron (ijijl DJC Herman ilicll which iBh'ji-keiriHil dlil mil wuuii'l Win. An n roull o! Ilio fchock hrnvuver, liln alfilnmitii liail W tic ojifradfl on, en'l 1 hi! was In a very rrlllcel fomllllon lor imany inonUm. It'U e peculiar enln- ddcnrn Ihal Driver SUcHcy tamo home on Ibc flame Iwal 69 ilm i wlio look Ills (ilnco In' llic SOlli; jnd who was nricrwanU wounOcd. EASTER STORE NEWS The "Bay" is well equipped to fill all your Easter requirements WEDNESDAY IS AN OPPORTUNE DAY FOR EARLY 1 FLATTERING COMMENT London, 'Ur. Icil of President Wilson's address lo IOIIR accounla ol Iho accriea :altP'ndiiTil upon lla delivery' were" im'ullslicil In Ihe noon ciUllDOi.pl Ihc evening pajcrB upilpr-'blg Leadlines such as, "America's weight In- to Ilio "An Indictment of "Money anrl munitions for the nlllea." All comment is. In (be most Haltering terms. PHONE 1224 Alexander''Gait Chapter, D. B, will serve tea. el the Hudson's. Day lea. room tomorrow- afternoon. ,MlnEp (ncc Hazpi Brown) leaves today; ftyifSoallla, whero she will reside In future. ,In tho lial" [ii'lasfnleht's paper of the Indies who arranged nnd carricrt nul the sale for Ihc Sailors' Ilellcf Kiind. Mrs. A. D. Stafford's name was Inadvertently omitted. 1 l- m Ing to word received today by his par- ents, Dr. and Mrs. C. F. P. Conybcare. Mrs. N. Finnemore and little ler Dorolhy, and Mrs. James ami daughter Ida, are leaving tonlRhL to spend the Enstcr holidays hi Calgary end Ed moil toil Wesley tattles' Aid Trill meet to- morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock In Iho church parlor. Is the laEl'incbL- tng of and a very fmportnut one n In .requested. The Mrs. Fctto'rlv and Airs.; Virtue. JCnstcr, Tuesday night Mr. Tllchqrd {Hincks1. company of. well known Lotnnrldge'.aiDatcurs ivlll 'pre- sent farce In three Hcla In Theatre-In aid cjt the Red war.Vcfoi'Rtis association'1' and-'the; Nursing; Mission.' T. 0- Tuesdays'.'arid '.Fridays jfrom 'leu -'to twelve to five slieot south na The'members "are naked ..Tuesdays only-lo nrenare.fqr of de- partment, at Ottawa, has heea tho guest of his brother, 1Ar, Thomas Qtilnn, is leaving [TE.' J, L. 'Jamleson' ami two chll dren are the 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jamleson on Ihetr home to Fort .William, from Finclier Creek. The regular meeting of Maple Leal Chanter No, 1, 0. E. S. will he held tonight Masonic hall at eight o'clock., A full attendance Is request ed aB' llic degrecB if 111 :TncroJwn.5'a good'allcuiance In lhp Oddfellows' Hall Inst evening, when .Cgurt Slar, A. Fores i era. Court "Unity, at a whist drive and social. Twelve hands were played at whist, when it ivo" found (here were: four with the Bam total.' -AHer ,a tho.-prize wa won by After 'refresh mcnls, a short -musical programm was Riven, those contributing lo thi programme; being- Ale H.-Kilner .A. E. .'ChJa wick and of liio'JFled Cross" So to 'aiate'thfltAhoEe "dcplrjn soclcLy In .an TV ay-are .firfcl a.Bkcd to lion to "llienr lorJ'rflrmissibnMp-'carr out 'their rplnnajj'as; thatHi: JsMhe'orily'wfly.ttio puullc cnti.lie lectcd.from'bogus Coprnb3i who been Bpbndtnp Ihc 'relunied on Next flllaa return .Ui6ir' perman- cjU residence At.lJclhbTt'ngc. ConcralJ Glohe. -T lr' The organization ,ot tho ler of the I. O. D. R. will he held at a P.m. tomorrow In Ilia Y.51.C.A. Mrs. Vf. Tt. Rlpencc of Culgnry, the lionorary nrRnnlzing Eccrclnry for Ihc f. 0. 11. J K. In Sdulliern Alberto will ho All Intending lo Join this rnanler arc risked to ntlcml this nicclltiK as nil present will he charter mcmbcrg. Tlic two I- O. D.-R. chapters will liold n reception tomoiToxv ovcninp Irnm S to 10 in the Chinook Club. In feonor of Mrs. Spcncc. the ho orafy organlzlnR serrclary of the I. O. B. In Southern Alliurln. >fr Kpchce'wlll spoak And Ihnrc will be musical program arranged .1. Nelson. All members of chapters arc Invited lo attend. v Charges Miilli-Millionnire ;IIua- band'With Cruelly. Sfarcli' her slate ..cnL.of claim cilpd at 0.3goodq hall oJayi Adclc'Tiald'wlK MiUbcVc, 'daugh er Justtcc .Sir gainst hor MulocV and eon. Chief fuattco'SIr William Mitlock. A'sking'for' 'A'dele Bald- vln Mulock has filed her Btatemen of claim o'ealrisL Mulock: "Al various limes since the mar risgc, Ihc defendant abused, the nlaiallH and treated her. with gr-- cruclty, Elriking her. 'nnd u'_...D ihysfcal' violence toward' her, using ,-crv insulting language Lo-the plaintiff upon -occasions in he presence of other parties. has 'slated that h vould be-glaU lo be rid of the plain il[ and wonld nt any liirie furolsh wife'with" evidence o( his "adulter; f tho to ohtaln a dlvorcvcrc eonvklnd by n Jury In the fed- eral district court hern ioday of con- lo destroy cirry. Sing food and munitions from this port for thr. ontnntc allies by means of In- cendiary bombs. The-men found guilty are Captain Charles von Klctfl of Jlobukcn, a chemist; Karl Schmidt, chief engin- eer of Ihc German steamship Fried- rich Der CT03SC, Ernst Decker, Fred- crick Kargadc. Wilhelm Parades and George Kraedel, all assistant engineers of Vessel. The jury .was out fifteen minutes. The .six men will he sentenced un Friday. The maximum penalty for Ihe offense ia two years1 imprison- ment. Captain Otto pier tcmleut of Ihc Hamburg-American lino, jointly Indicted with those con- vlclctl has not yet been tried. Dr. Walter E. Schoele, also indict- ed, for whom Ihc defendants testified they manufactured thn hombs.. fled when federal agents a year ago un- earthed Ihe plot, and Is believed to be In Mexico. CONFISCATE LANDS j And Monasteries of the Late Impcrlil I Family. Xew York, Api-ll Russian provisional government, foil demand hy tho Council gf Workmen nnd soldiers'- deputies, by onp uf nicmhers In the Mr. Chkhcldze, has decided, accord- Inn lo Ihc New York World's Petro- gT.id correspondent, to confiscate the, lands and monasteries oC the lau ifiipcnfil family, ;