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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 4,1910 THE LETHBRIDGE WASI^V it^ERALD PAGE SEVEN RYLAND8 A CO., Speolallsti In Cor�eti;-l:lo�lary, Undapwear. Special Showing of the Spying Coating Materials T Materials such as Gaberdines, Cheviots, Fancy Checks, Corduroys, Covert Cloths on Display on Wednesday. OjMOKJIOW jmkI roUowiiif^ ilivys we aro luiu'kiiig ii s])ec'ial iintl coinijh.'t.f showing" of 111! lliat is new in: luutcrials suited for roating-.l Nolwitli-' .stiinrling nntrke(, (lunditions, I he prices ainr tho \-arip(ios '(Otter than roi'nuM; years. A visit to oui- store tonioj'row ^v\]] convince you linit Ave iuivi sxoods to back are even t.l.e the above statements. Special space will be devoted to this coating*- display, A i'ew of them are partially described and pj-ieed lor your benefit. GOKDUKOV VELVETS "  Iflxtra �'widOi Ivory Rhode CoulliiK Corduroy, spliiudld iwelgUtat $1.50 a yard; 27 liich-CoatinB Velvut Cords  �, In. HiinterlSrKreen, battloahlp grey, cinnamon. QC�,  navy, jit per yurrt ......... ................ OOC CREAM COATINGS A heavy basket weave, all wool coating at $3.00 a yard; h2 Inch whlto Serges at $1.65 a yard; Bedford Cord coutlnKH at $1.15, and white with black pencil QC stripe at per yard ......................... . i/OC FANCY CHECK COATINGS Thi'eo or four choice paltenis In the popular check coatings, very wide widths, splendid weight, on d�Q r/\ B.ile Wed. at the following prices $2, $2.75 & tPJ.DU PLAIN CHEVIOT COATINGS Materials suitable for Misses' and Children's coats, llie prices being extra special, all wool cheviots, splendid weight tor coats In the following colors, n^vy, mustard, I'openhagen, delf, cinnamon, scarlet. Priced nt per yard ..-.........i.......... $1,60 & $2.00 COAT PATTERNS FREE with material Your choice of any oC the new Ladles' Home Journal Coat Patterns with any coating materials purchased on Wednesday, ^ust now the pattern stock is complete. LININGS SUITABLE FOR COATS Belding's guaranteed. satin linings in cream, silver grey, or Taboc brown at $1.36 a yard; also a splendid 54 inch Farmer's satin in dove grey at the same price. NEW BUTTONS OF ALL IQNDS Another now lot of huttons suitable for coa!,B just received, round or fiat shapes in all colors, froni 50c to $1.50ia dozen: Samples sent on Request to Out-of'Town Customers. .. Mildness IVORY SOAP is mild. It can be used safely to weish anything which water alone will not harm. Ivory Soap is mild because it does not contain uncombined alkali. It is perfectly made soap in the strictest sense. Ivory Soap cannot irritate the ten-derest skin; nor injure the most delicate fabric. You cannot buy a milder soap than Ivory. s cents IVORY SOAP 99.^0^ PURE Procter & Gamble Factories in Hamilton. Canada '.Miss I-.euh Underwood and .Miss Vera Underwood left last night for 'Weyburn, Sask.. to join Capt. and Mrs. Underwood. * � * The G. 1. A. to the B. of Iv. K. will meet at the home of Mrs. G. Alexander, 7th street south, for Ked Cross sowing at 2.00 o'clock Wedne.sday afternoon. * * f Senator and Mrs. Watson announce the engagement of their youngest RETURNED HERO IS VISIl n U Y SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY Sergt. F. Wells, Lecturing With Pictures, Has Thrilling Story LethbrldgB' is honored today with tho visit of a very prominent returned soldier hero In the person of Sergt. b^red Wells, who loat an arm in the battle of Ypres, and was for four months a prisoner of war in Germany. Sergt, Wells is n Vancouver boy, and Is travelling as lecturer with tho pictures of the Canadians at the front to be shown at the .Majestic theatre this evening and tomorrow. Sergt. daughter, Frances Marie,"to ".MrV Jas^ i Wells Is an entertaining talker and Hilton McGregor, son of Mr. .1. D. ; what he can tell about the Canadians McGregor of Brandon. The wedding at the front and the thrilling oxper- has been arranged to take place on i iences of the big battle, of his capture April 15. I an'' hia sensational o.'jcape from Ger- many by acting the lunatic, makes a Ladies' Ready-to-Wear LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES, Glncliiini luid Ctmin-hrav, neatly irimmed, all kIzcs (tjl nr special ......................... ipl.OJ CHILD'S GINGHAM DRESSES in assorlcd sizes fi'om two to rivi; years, well mail'" ^-j^ QQ LADIES' WHITE WAISTS in voili; and (>! rrQ muslin, pi'lcos ........... $1.19 and o n(\ special ......................... �J>�5�01/ LADIES' CREPE KIMONAS, in luncy .lapan-esH and plain styles O^n fft prices ................. $1.50 and i]>�.*OU LADIES' CORSETS in uselnl stylos. 4 lioiie supporters, mudi! from a fine coulll �7 r price per pair ...................... i OC CHILDREN'S ROMPERS, in blue chanibray, very well ma>l(.'' np, i'or ages i:, 3 and 1 q g years. PrtCe' toCli ____.............. OOC Watch tomorrow's Herald for iixtraordinary Announcement Home Furnishings $5.95 AXMINSTER HEARTH RUGS, extra large sl7.o, with heavy wool fringe, in assorted colors niul deslBns, slzen .x liU Inches Wednesday spc;'iiil ............. REVERSIBLE SMYRNA HEARTH RUGS, very fine finality in Oriental design, will wear ex-criJtionally well, size SO x HO in. ojj* price $4.25; size M\ \ TJ in. price . . tOOaild Boot Department LADIES' BOOTS in Button and Blucher styles, box calf and patent, all sizes. *Q QQ Keg. $6.00, special ............. ^OmUU LADIES' PUMPS, boots and strap slippers, smart styles, in i)ox calf, patent and vicl |j�o QQ kid, all sizes, rcg. $5.00, per pair Boys' Suits .V smart line of boys' tweed and worsted suits. (;oat has box pleats with belt attached and pants are bloomer style. Colors are smart I'or summer wearing, sizes 6 to 15, d^Q-AA Values ................ $5.50 to 00 UU Men's Work Shirts In dark colors, good strong material, sizes "TP  14M! to IG'/.'. Price................. I JC Specials in Groceries The ladles, clasaes ut tlie Y. .M. C. A. will continue this month. Tiie ' attendance lias not been as large late-|ly owing to the typhoid fever epide great story. Sergt. Wells will commence his lec ture at eight o'clock there being onl\ one show during the evening. A mat- mic, but Dr. Thomson has assured tlie ! "^e will also be given tomorrow at Civic Cluh that the water Is no longer , "'o conclusion of which Sergt. We is polluted so no one need be afraid of i^viil deliver under the auspices of the Sugari f nro ' fine granulated- Special- H) II). 8ack. . . . i)Oc 20 Sack . . . $1.75 Tea, n. B. Co.'s in bulk, regular ^Sc. special ^2 2Q Coffee, H. B. Co.'s Wednesday special, reg.' 4Sc, special 40c or fresh ground' ' d� 1 1 A ,�5 lbs. for ........ �pi.lU Butter, lirookfleld Creamery, special W'ednesday q c only, per lb......... J DC Canned Blackberries, So. tins, Gold Bar brand reg. 35c, special..... Yellow Egg Plums, No. .", tins Silver Bar brand, reg. 30c, special Ripe Tomatoes, speciol per lb............... 25c tins 20c 25c Tomato Catsup, E. T>. Smith's, regular 25c. per bottle, a lew left, while they last special.............. Bananas, per doz............. Lemons. per doz. .......... Oranges, special value � per doz............. 19c 30c 30c 33c THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. going in the swimming pool. Danghter.'i of the Empire, an address on prisoners of vv'ar'ln Germany.' One of the Easter week festivities that is being anticipated by evcry-one is the dance In aid of the Nur-sing A pleasant evening vyas spent at Mission that takes place on Easter i home of Mrs. Jas. Johnston, Park-Monday, In the Knights of Pythias , ^''^i^'- on Friday, when the guests hall. The music Is being given by the gathered In honor of Mrs. H Downing, American Federation of Musicians and ^^'^y commander of the Lady Macca- promlses to bo of the best. * � A Miss Kathleen Southard, who Ik � i attending Mount Royal College, Calgary, at a class luncheon given on. bees of Calgary Hive No. 3, who is leaving Calgary to make her home In Lethhrldge. The home of the hostess was attractively decorated in the colors ot the order, and whist was played for a time. The ladles presented Mrs. Saturday at tho Palliser, by the ex. srthf dar^yT':^gM^/';4a�:! ^;"^^T''L."c;;iH;;rR.irforp Lad, O Lad." The luncheon was giv [V-e^frSf ^tL^'mS^rff-'or^m'^^! ''Lady (xordon Suits and Coats"4,ij;v The luncheon was giv en to mark the tercentenary of the Immortal bard, Shakespeare. ? ? ? ? : : � ? BIG BATTLE IMMINENT > ? ? ? ? ? London, April -1,-The Times military correspondent in an account of a visit to Verdun and the French front, predicts the development shortly of .a big battle oh the British front. .;. .;, .j. .;. .j, ,j, ,j ForanOldTime/^ Candy Pull, ^' or whenever you make' Candy at home, be sure to use CROWliBRAND GORNSSlfROP Such BinoQIli, coldonTafl/as It makos. Such dollcloua Fudea.........., and Caninials, Buttar' Scotch.: Noucata, Crgainu and oven Clact Fruits ana . Nut QjuidlM '-�So whoiaaomu, eo ijco-I, nomlcal, so i:ood. ,'ln 2,'6, 10 ond.sZO pound tins.22aW '* THEOiHllilismcil'CO. /,:iiHi�P ... :�: '  MWIIMU �, 0�llDC��l. ' BRAICtVono, FOUTWiltHM,  ..^l-i�"tAw;-i&>.-,'i-;'i'4!f;.'t FT[RB SCRAP *IIH POSSE Babylotv, , L, 1., April 4.-William Donley, hunter pnd guide, lay doud today in his home where ho had wounded five pevsons and fought a long battle with the sherlfl' and 1-i deputies . who ntteinpted to arrest him; Armed with vllles, shotguns and revolvers, Donley withstood the siege by tho county authorities from noon Monday until early Tuesday morning. Whonthe attackers, after a long sllopco, forced their way 'Into the house, they fdund Donloy had almost blown the uliper. part of hip head off with (t shotgun. Mrs. W. D. L. Hardle entertained a few friends yesterday afternoon ! complimentary to Mrs. Fane. Every-I one brought their sewing and spent a � profitable as well as enjoyable afternoon. At the tea hour Mrs. Geo. McKay and Mrs. C E. Morris presided at the tea table. Miss Inzola Hardie and Miss Adeline Henderson were the assistants. Sergt. Fred Wells the one-armed hero ot the Seventh Battalion, -^viU address tho members of the Alexander Gait Chapter l.O.D.E. on "Prisoners ot War In Germany" tomorrow ^ afternoon at the Majestic theatre after 1 the matinee nt 4.30. Any woman Interested in the subject is cordially invited to attend. Sergt. Wells was for tour months a prisoner of war in Germany and is able to give first hand Information on tlio subject. � * * BENTLBV-UIGHA.M A pretty wedding took place on Monday afternoon, April Urd, when Mrs. Sarah Ann Hlgham became tho wife of Private Fred Edward Bentlay of tho Lethbridgo Higlilanders. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. H. Denoon at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. Geo. Bradbeor, 631 flth South, and was witnessed by Mrs. Goo. , Bradbeer and Private Walter Wescott, also of the llStb. The bride wore a pretty dress of allce blue satin. After the ceremony the guests sat down to an enjoyable wedding dinnet\____ RUSSIA PROTESTS Petrograd, via .London, April 4-Tho Russian government has sent a note to all neutral governments prptost-Ing agBlnst tho alleged torpedoing ot the RuBHiaiv hospital ship Portugal, and has renuestod tho Anlerlcatt and Spanlsli embassies to bring her pro-tast to tho attisution of, ,,Gorm,uny, .\ustrla-IIungary i and Turkey. TIME HAS ARRIVED F='OR, .CON&CRIPTION Winnipeg, Maii,, ^PVH a.^Gpri^orlp-tlpn-yvaH approved today at(v meeting' of the-Oltlz^nsl. Reurultlng; leivguo land (.'hlof Justice l^latliurs, the presl-�Meut.'.oQnseatod,'to etb'to Ottawa fand pi'oaont thB.vesuluydr) iidvpt.a^l tq. the 'govo'i'h'inoiU. ',r What the Press Agents Say REVUE SCORES A AT ORPHEUM ALKALI MAKES SOAP BAD FOR WASHING HAIR .Moat soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali, which la very injurious, as It dries the scalp and makes tho hair brittle. Tho best thing to use is just plain mulslfled cuco'anut oil, for this is pure and entirely greaselesa. It's vary cheap, and beats the most expensive soaps or anything else all to pieces, Yo\i can get this al any drug storo, and a tew ounces will last tho whole family for inontha. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It In, about a teospoonftil Is all that Is required. It makes an abundance ot rich, creamy lather, cloanaes thoroughly, and rinses out easily. The httlr dries quickly and evenly, and Is soft, fresh looking, bright, flufejr, wavy and easy to handle. Besides,'It loosens and takes out eve^ P!\rtlcle or dust, dirt and dundrufll, A^v. Downing, who responded in a few suitable words. Supper was later served by the hostess.-Calgary Al-bertan. * m * A very enjoyable dance was given last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. McKay, In honor of Mrs. LaFeits, who Is leaving tomorrow for Great Falls. A pleasing incident of the evening was the presentation to the honor guest of a patriotic brooch by the guests present; accompanying the gift was the best wishes of her friends. The guests were Sergt. and Mrs. Bralthwalte, Pte. and Mrs. McKay, Pte. and Mrs. W. Cottlngham (Barons) Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Loo, Miss Clark, (Monarch) Mrs. M. Thomson. Miss McKay, Miss J. McCarthy, Miss Thomson, Corp. McGraw, Corp. Stoars, Privates Foster, J. R. McKay, Drinkur-rle, FaiTOW, Graham, P. Wilson, John-stop, Greon, Roland, Messrs. F. Green, Gunderaon (Monarch) Coombs and Mowal. *  * Atjhouncements have been received Ip, tl'ie city of tho marriage of Miss Liilu Beck and Mr. Alf. Barbour on March 2r)th. The tollowing account of the wedding is from a .Montreal paper, dated March 31st; It heoaniB known here today that one of the plavors on the Rosebuds, the Portland club, of the Pactllo Coast Hookey league, became a benedict whl'le bore with his club for the Stanley cup series. "rhe marriage �n-aa tiuietly celebrated on Saturday laat, March 25, at the real'denoe of the bride's aiint, Mrs. S. I.AmertV of Lulu Blanche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Bock, of Coleman, Alta.. to James .Alfred Harbour, Ph.B., son of Mrs. M. E. Bor-hour of Winnlpex, and member of the Portland Roaobuds. Mr. and Mrs. Barbour will visit New York, Chicago and other American cities on their way to their future hoine In Portland, Ore, Manager Hansen of tho Orpheum made no mistake -when ho prevailed on Pantages to let Lethhrldge have a little of the highest class stuff this week. "The Junior Revue" was greeted by a packed house last night and the expectant audience got a run for its money. Twenty-five pretty young girls imporsonating metropolitan stage favorites gave an hour's amusement that would be hard to beat. It was a mixture of vaudeville and musical comedy, something different from the ordinary. If you want to see a good girl slvaw drop in at the Orpheum tonight. Claire and .Attwood in their clown and tumbling act were more than good. The finale to their act was a daring piece of work. Naomi, the dancing violinist, was also good. Altogether thq show was one ot the best seen here for a long lime. the- Empress tonight. Nobody should fall to see tliese. After the death of her father Helen finds his affairs in: bad condition. Her enemies have stolen a map of a new cut-off, and while they are scheming to stop its construction, Helen's friends are proceeding with it. They run short of dynamite and are bringing In a fresh supply when. the cars are set on Are, and Storm risks his life to save them. Helen In turn risks her life to save Storm and accomplishes this jua* before the cars blow up. At the Empress There are three thrilling reels of pictures in the third chapter ot the Helen Holmes series being shown at At the Majestic THE MAGIC MUSIC OF CHERNIAV-SKVS CREATES PICTURE OF NAIADS Still reports come through of the wonderful achievements ot Leo, Jau, and Mlschol Chernlavaky, tvho have done wonders In the world of music for the people of Canada. They have awakened the general puhllc to the realization of the beaullea ot muafo In u manner little short ot marvellous. These'remarkable musicians, violinist, pianist and 'cellist, will be presented here on Thursday next April 6, at the Majestic, and that success Is going to hover over them, la sufflclently Indicated by the enormous enthusiasm aroused In tho coming of these world celebrities. NO TROUBLE TO REMOVE .supERPLU(3us Hair (Toilet Tips). It Is an easy matter to rid the akin ot objectionable hair or fuzz. If you proceed as follows: Mix a paste with some water and a little powdered delatone, apply to hairy surface and In 2 or 3 minutes rub off. wash the skin and tho hairs are gone. This method of banlshlne hairy growths is painless and does not mar the skin but to avoid 'disappointment, be certain to get real delatone. Adv, With the dates ot the production now set for next .Mon. and 'Tuesday at tho Majestic theatre, all the Y.M.C.A. boys who are to appear In "Tho Upper Trail" are becoming more-and more enthusiastic, which fact, tythe way, Is an added asset ta tfae enjoyment which -vrill aunly be d�rlT�4 from the presentatloni of the play. Anotker rehearsal Is called for seven o'clock sharp at tho Majestic tonight Tho boys are now conducting an active oanipaign for the sale of tickets and as the proceeds are to be devoted to a most worthy couse.the Boy's Summer Camp Fund, It is hoped that those selling tickets will be met with ready response from all citizens. At the Orpheum ^ The Great Howard, the well-known Scotch ventriloquist, will appear atf the Orpheum Thiirsday and Friday. Another Pantages act will> be shown. These two wUi bo the beSt; that have gone over the'Pantages circuit. >> > & > : ? > : � ? ? ? >: �^ ? est.f , , ____ � I Tour.Grocer tell $ou about ECSQi-O;, ^Made in Canada forthe^Cahadtan'Maid' THE EGG'O BAKING POWDER CO.. U|�liTeD HAMILTON, CANADA 28 ;