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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919 iHE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HEBALO PAGE ELEVEN HUADl UM 1 PERSONAL Mrs. D. II. relumed yesterday alter rlill ot xriral iaontiu In Vancouver. She was accocipuilcd by her daughter, Mrs. James Thompson, a.ntl her two children. colored ceortetle creoe, o! honor wore a dainty (rock aet euh ut rtkbeu. bright sprioK weather vac reflected indoors by bowls of lurtlawu attractively In hall aad llving-rooai. '-Mrs. L T. BrTnreer, Vemring.atrger brown [or a lewOayj. Prior to his ealUt meat lie a In Tfcbei pie auj hat to match; and .MM. People'sFofutn and by the drappy" arrives the poor fellow iius either gone illness. If survive., lie ulil liiilely gtt It liim at the rite'of uufler ibU UeiJiot j mcriv he coiw navt bought at ilio Him bur ot neircst "a'oon (or 51 Tr. Tbeso" spirits arc' fflMt lieoplu SB OPPOSES PROHIBITION Pakowki. March 29. 1910. Editor, l.etibridgo Herald: Mould be you would o FOR INDEPENDENCE OF PKILLIPINES April 3.-- of Ihe special mission sent to the rolled' Stales by -X llio 1'hlllipinc Islands Icglsla- lure, to complete inilepr-n J. W. in ajice blucTgeorgcUe crepe and hat iu coVrespoBdlng: shade, pottntt.' irhlie Mrs. J. A. Jackron, in a smart Isupe coitume and hat, cut lew. Mrs. E. C. Gullbaull, Mrs. -T. Falrtteld Home md Miss .Miriam !lhe war is the only explanation 1 can. out war H Ka5 ;.s a ration and an unequalled remedy in i-atea of lor islands, eilau- Ueturning on Empress f'r.t aid. Liquor iu wax form or an- Jbhod hosduuorlsrs here other-has beiu a ccmnioiHv ut man-! and prepared to preinit their of iirllaln and Kegina klnd'sihce the dawn el history case to the government Sec- he-jtl oi Due Then _____ __________ give publicity to Uila letter in continue ileriilic ail e.'forts rotary who. columnist your paper, (or I believe I the unreasonable tanati (he rising generation! clal chalf About 10.20 a pleasing re-j as you r, past was served by the ladies to which ill present full justice. Thelarefe young man Vas the recipient .of nunt-J lie nas at liberty to do UK lie pleased so long as lie did mit commit nmr- or ti'.o ifurchaair tj'- Ikjuor. if Hall, igurei .ivere they uould irove an cyo-otJc-nt-r to many people. In conclusion. 1 trust uvo vour aiitliorlty for ihe repeal of ihe ui'.tniiinent; llml you urge -Hie jufiiitss of tui; city is> organize and a Viuupalgn fyr ihls I would "appeal not only to tlie average j I'.f.n liul.-'also lo tbe (uir-mliidcd wo-' For 0. Miisfe'.t. lAuidbrek; it. X. Me- l.naj, i t-r t'reek; FarEsb, men ot tlio who I s.. t a would rather fee their husbands rfi- QUII: K R. Km) 111. Hill Spring; J. Y. Taylor. Mac.'eod: W. Ironmonger, Hill jcre.n: H. Wallase. Fernie; H. Per K'.tan; f. S. Winnllred; I. A. McAlpin. Caleiaau: Ji. R Baiter P. oH. passengers included thi MARftlEO MEN HAVE MOtT MONEY LONDON. Mir. (C. A. Xear- y two years aso a private bank at the Canadian depot at Buxton for the transfer of money belonging to Canadians ng through the depot, the Idea belnj o safeguard the men against thelt and extortions. Over been to Canada in IhU vay. A notable thing In this case U hat married men seem to have much more monoy to transfer thau bach- elors, although It must be remember- ed that deferred pay of sinjle men It until discharged. OFFICER DISMISSED April (Canadian As- soclated Press) Lieut. Alex. Macin- tosh, of the veterinary corps, is dis- missed from the service. IMPERATOR WILL CARRY U. S. TROOPS WASHINGTON, April Ira- peralor, largest of German fhips. will bo turned over :o the United States- on.JIay 1 for ;r ;o the thc'tian t of trcops, thb navy department was advised ta- day. The Imperntor will have a cap- acity of something over troops or practically lhat of the Leviathan. tiifii homq with a bottle foiion-lng for tits dlilri-ct. also ilue in ttittti one; costing who would ,be stout Saturday: Sergt. rather, abolish a.Uw tljal fosturs de- 1 s 0 Macleotl; UeuL A. K. cepijoit than Buffer the moral atmos- i y UurcV.t: i'te. Jim Crow. act, as you remember, ivas dcr.' Ifc could eat and drink in iit'dcc around their children to lilood Reserve; Pte. T. hi into force upon the result of! time whatsoever his laucy lislcd, yet come- contaminntcd by the present ob pcibyshlre, Colernan- A. j. rendnm when the closing of the here in Alberta whore wo art: noxious, legislation. To tljcse who Macleort' Scrgt IVrluin Coleman; tlje posed lo tie frecliorn liritish I sub- iharc> thesi.' views. I would ask their i'l bars was -made the main- Issu causing" no undue hardahlp. but (he orderl If this is not an infringement temperance people were not satisfied! of the subject's right, I would like to j la.nil because a few farmers went honieJ Jtnow what Is. j nlth a few bottles more than lieges-] Opinions differ considerably upon sary, a petition was presented to'lno prohibillon. It Is not H. new e.vperi- Yo'nrs truly. S. W. DAVIS. government- for total prohibition. An lamendment to tho'act was the result, 'placing.conlrbl of Hie liquor Snlire- LONDON. April A. P.) When Premier Boi-den returns to Lon- don on Friday, he will unveil the mem- ment in this country, having been i tried before in Hie' early days and found h failure. For my part, rather IT in the'Jiands of the government and than restrict liquor, I would be in- malticg it unlawful lo have liquor, In j clineil Is to the other extreme and one's possession except toat ohtaliSeil' make it as common as com-. through a doctor's .order. As this mon lhat even the gutters should flew] amendment in "no .way truly repre- with il. The habitual drunkards would i orlal to officers and men .who died [setited Ihe ffeling of the people cJcar then late" the (Irink of their lives and i BHIDGEBUHG, Out., April in the Red Hospital at Taplowjly the enforcing of it is Ihc survivors would quickly learn to acquisition by the Canadian Pacific: and are buried in Ihe Italian garden had it been put lo a vote i. firmly, treat it with riioderation and respect, i Hallway of ?.n option on acres The same evening, the premier, as believe it never would have become To banish it by restrictions and pro-jo? land on firand Island, across the laiv. ihiDitive prices In to place'a premium river from Brldgcburg, ia considered chancellor of MeGill University, will For the man In Ihe country the att i upon ,11.which attracts the avaricious here as an indication lhat work will attend the dinner 'given by W. ivprks out In this .manner. I and tbe'adverilnrbus and drives U into be started shortly In connection with Birks, at which there, also wil.l .be He is taken suddenly sick and iiis first' eecreilve carriers 'there to gather and the: spanning of the Niagara by the thoughts are for a little but I foster and untimately to pollute: the proposed Canadian Niagara railway he finds he has to-travel lo.tovili, .a I whole community with illicit, unlaw- briflge ,to be constructed by Hie T., II distance varying from 10 to CO miles, umltthand dealings. How else ft B. Railway, 0.'. F. It. itnd Neiv York to get a doctor's Uien lie j cari'you .cxpjajil. the unprofilable busi-j Central Kailwiiy companies, has to Uko druggist who in turn jneBs that''has. sprung up in our midstl present several members of Ihe Brit- ish cabinet when uitereBtln'E an- nouncemenls concerning the fnEure of McGill eipecled. ,Capt. Pearson, M.i Capt. C. D. Hupt, of Edmonton, have iorie to Halifax to serve as T. M. 0. A. troop train secretaries with the.- 10th Edmonton. makes sundry and' Important ledger [and known as -bootlegging? 1 Capt. Rev. J. Coruyn Ching has 'entries and, then 'forwards order for! It would be interesting lo leant! resigned -Iho military secrtflaryshi] i. of the Y. M. C.'A. at Kdmonlon ti ......._ r. become rector of the Anglican Churcl ton, flv.e or -six -hbodrfed miles cash has'gone put of the countryjat Rcv p'reBcrib'ed. ft wiiie-Jhow much the'province1 is the the "aulhorilies at Edoion-i since the mm 'le. Ryan, Vnlcnn: Pte. J. R. Wilson. -eth'orl'Jge; Kergt. J. T. Jlolmes, ;om- Sergt. A: Petrie, Grassy Ijike; 'te. F. S. llu-hos, Pincher City; Pte. V Pte. W. J. Roche, Colemon. FOR CONSTIPATION stood the teat of Purely quick to, banish btUousncM, beWacbr, and to clear op but .EW YORK. April largest number of persons ever carried across the Atlantic ocean on a ainrle ship1 arrived here from OYerseas yesterday aboard tlie steamship Leviathan; for- merly the German' liner Vaterlaud, one of the 10 troopships'due yefeter- day wiilt more than 2S.OOO retarning American soldiers. Th6 Leviathan linil a total of 14.416 soiris aboard j n'lien she made her pier at HobpTsen, i Of tbcEo, I2.-IS7 wefe troops. The' rest were officers and members of the' crew. In order to accommodate this unprecedented number or passengers. Ihe troops aboard received two meals a day, but there were no com: plaints. NOTICE EATS DANDRUFF HAIR GROWER GUARANTEED Positively grows hair'on bald hudt. One will stop filling hair. SUrt a growth of new hair; re- move all Dindruff and leave the In a state, or rt- fund your money. Price, pMtpmii. LEO J. CA8TIAU, Scalp SpeclallM Suite, 17, (outhnrri Bleck, Lethbrldge. New Dress Shirts For Men ashions In Outer Garments ARE COrTANTLY COMING IN And eacli slii pment brings many new models and exclusive styles that make buying easy and a pleasure from such an extensive stock. SPECIALS COLORED Ira rcaVhor- 'gain fa" while'or fleah shdde of silk fin- ished mull. This Is the (deal fabric for nighl dresses, envelope corn- binallons, etc. It is 42 Incheu vfde and absolutely free from dressing. Regular ,S5c. yard. Week" Bod Special, yard wetfc cud you can bur ft Inch circular pillow cot- Ion al wholesale prices. Cood round thread and medium welKhl-.Worlh today 60c yard. Week Knd Special, yard CASH.MBHK It's just like finding money lo buy these' full fuhloned CMB-' mere hose 81 Ihls price. They are worth teasl ISC pair. Good range of .sites. ;40c pieces of 27 ifhlle curtain rnusHn with plain cehtre'and border on both edges, Stilt- fir kitchen nwl bedroom w-lndown. tJood qu'allly and regiilar 30c value. Eott Special, yard.......................... r.AWBS' odd vesta In cot- foh, Some with short sleeves. Others la no styk. Snlltble for summer' vent. The last of a of samples bousht over a year ago. Values up (o OOo. each. Week Kr.d Special, each 25c nalr of Corsets In IS' lo 27. These corsets are all that IB left of two good selling lines thai arc to discontinue, an we tnikt a leader 'ot them lot this week, I'.csular pair, Weelt End tjf pair.......................... HOSB-JCfl'pair of .f.lsle tlnlsheil Hose In all Bplcntlld collil black dye. Full fashioned ;ml valna that Is worth 65c (o ?Ec pair today. Week Knd Kixrial, pair 9VC, Spring Suits This We ate sK6w- ing a very exclusive stock qt suits man tailored and finish- ed in first class style in every way. You make a selection from such materials as gaber- dine, serge, jersey cloth, broadcloth and tweeds which are popular. r Prices Arc PRESSES TH6 new fashions hi .stArt 'frocks nrc .certainly, Bm'.iTt. styles la a variety of rtylts priced so as to tatti hwf price'rwmlrii- merit. J1. v A pleasing" of tkeso newest ar- rivals ta that them liive tti6 the aoal fasktoti 'foi' which our are noted. Krery gooil faTWc In the rriosl colors for noted among Ihe malcr- Prices Dress Goods WOOL SAN TOY A 42 Incli dress fabric tu. sand, wij- leria, grey anil medium weight and a good wearing nialerlal for ladiej> anil ctiilrtren's dresses. At, o yard J.VU. BROADCLOTH Higli finished rich broadcloth for capes, suits, cents, cic. In navy, grey, green and nmruhysl. Wide width and good wearing quality.'This is value that -wo cannol duplltalo IDGay. Spc- C OC clal value yard A good serviceable'fabric al a mcd- :luin rrico in brown, navy, grey, elc. 42 inches wide for children's coals, ladies' dresses nnd skirts. Splcn- o AA did value at, yard.............. PLAIDS Xovclty plaids lor .children's u-t-ar. These come in asaorled'colors and ninko Jdeal school drc.sses. The width about 40 Inches and din'price a gcwiT one when you consider tho quaEily. IOC Yard......................... TWEEDS j 51 inch purr, wool tweeds h; escellenl quality and fine mixed patterns. .twoetl makes up well Into separate r.oata r.prlng; nlso suits and for shirta. You cannot beat a gootl I weed for J A A wear and appearance. At SERGESUITING BeaulUiil serge suitings in good shades puch' as brown, green, navy and sand conlraillr.E shades woven Into Ihem, giving a very fine appearance. An Ideal stilling malcrlal. 64 inches wide. CASHMERE Oolored rashmorcs In scarlet, navy. Vvlne, green, etc. are lusl the Ihing for children's dresses or lad- les' hoiise dresses, }0 incties and sflendfd, inial'ly. At, i V SILKS SILK SERGE A silk thai will give of "wear and yet baa a'fine finish. TI In wine, green, grey, aaxe. and rose shades. A silk thalvmakca Idea, dress fabric. At, yard PEAUDESOIE nich Hack peiu tie sole gilk. This la thai Is noted [or Its wearing rjualitlea. It is an silk (or children's crnts, Indies' capes, etc. Tho host stlk that France produces. 3S inches wide. o Cfft At, yaril.....................................................J.JW BLACK AND WHITE STRIPE This silk combined with georgette crepe will make a magnificent It Is black sathi ztrlpe with stripe of amall fine black1 anfl checks between. U has a very rich appearance. 36 Inches .wldc. At, NOVELTY STRIPES A TulJ rangt of colors in fairn and blue with stripes of cotitrusting shades whlcb tnake up BO well In dresses or O "JC separalc skirts. The quality Is the b.gtiest 36 in. wide. At, yard v. FOULARD SILKS Foulard hromtse to one of the fashionable sHIra Ibis season. s range cornea 'In shades of navy, grey and eand.wltb pretty printed in HuHfllilo for dressts and Mparatc skirts. ,16 Inches wide. At ____ NOVELTY PLAID SILKS U Is necessary for you 10 see these beautiful jllks to be able to appreciate llieir valtie, wonderful combinations of colors. Light and dark shades. Full 36 inches wiUe. At.............r.., SILK JERSEY Colored Silk .lersey In shades of gold, apple green and roM. These am suitable coals or separate skirts. Full 36 inches