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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta APIIIJ, I, 1917 Till'. DAILY IIF.UAU) r.IJlYRN MILADI 1324 Tlio lilt liiil'.Tii ol Kimi uMi HKHt'uK ftt Mm. AlmwoMI.'ji lit, puatjjurjtid, Tho I. 0 p. B. will n'il H-nn t tC Mm I'lilii'.uk Club mi PrMuy, owJut! in It (wJliu Orwl Mr.'anil Sim. frjldor, of Ucmiilm Vk-torin Uxlgu So. lie, L.Q U.A, nro Ihu KunHU of Mini (lanllnt-r, )2lli will IioM U.dr 10- Hlrcgl A luulli. TiinrroLr ulKlii at K c.tiary in 1 tlic .Mooxo ball. IjLibhirjHH Tho 'Ifl'llflij' fltil of SI. church will not now at I tic (Jro'ia roomit tomorrow ,imi u wvtik frbJii to morrow, MJsH Kuf'I ami Miss McJJoni of OraiibnxA arc lho BUOMH of Si Clcrdry on [hcJr ivay lo ajia Easter uasons any A Hpot'lil i.Kttlnr, of liiy Alexander Gait Chapter, I, 0. K, will h'-M tomorrow inoniliiR at I0.3i) In llin Klki lugjicclcr K IV- Cliiuifiy. who rootna, Thin Ix railed It) rc-'ltren uUeiirllriK ilm military HL-liool at loal ol W, IX i tun been very III anrl hag bnen {granted diret: rnoiitljH loavc ol iib- Tho roKtilur fftcellnv of KI.OK oimrc. Ha IB now al IVIncrj Albert nducements tore BCD CROSS DANOAOES BY SPIES Philadelphia, April W. Director cl UIQ Atlantic vision Ucii Cruas, ilroSBlng'lUo Jocnl lied Cross organiza- tion1, lodny. "Vou womou' or Plill.iclolLtliln inuil rlcili house. Oo over tlio Hal or your 'fi anil nuke fiuro u! tho loyally AW will Ijo held (oniorrow n( X p. In tho room. Tljfl rccopUon coiilrnlltcn Kill Ins Mre, CliuH. McKII- lop and Mrs. McKay; tho host- CSHQs, Mm. A. M. Marshall, Mrs. IJrodfo Mra: Ilan Jnmcfl. Tlio Iwo I. 0. 'K. charters will hole] a reception tonight from S (o IQ In lho Chinook Club, In honor or Mrs. W. Spcuffl, linnorary organiz- ing secretary' 'of ilio I. O. E. In Houthern Alljnrla. All incmbcrfl or bolli chaploru hivlled lo attend, of oycry DUO. Umlor no I'lrciimslimccK A narly of nrl vlfjt to M nJloW any one In your (jonrtl rooms u know who they are. Keen out of tlio wortcYoonln wli'oM" Imv6 no fU'it lo be }ljcre.' "I'll leil' you why vim ;h ladles made .1 fiur- ,..c. :Tlio visit was mndo their appreciation ol ,ki u Lei T.'oro Mrs. W. Mr.. i .Mra. Cliauoy, who vlsJtJog rcl- atlvoH llierc. 'Wool will IJB Blvcn oul rrom Iliu Aloxan.lor Call Choplrrr, I. O. K. on Tiiosdays and FrlilayH front leu 10 twelve ami Iwo lo live at 4M Stti slreca Bonlh as formerly. Tlic mcmhora ars nnkeil to meet on TiiearlayH ooly [o Tor packing ami Al 1.30 this aflernoon a nulct but prelly looh, place al (he Monao, Taljer, when Hey. A. C. llryUn united In marriage MJ-ss Uorlrudc May WllllamB, thlnl ilaugliler of.Mr. anil Mra. or'Kwalhmore, Sianli., and Mr. Stanley N. Trcw, only eon of ._ ___ _____ Mr. and .Mrs. S. A. Trew. The groom irldjje. The liostesso.jl Jg a rwijnjJar member of Hie composing noodlng and MIS3 room Blnf! of the Lcthhrldgc Herald. TliDinjiPOii. 'Supper wna nerved at 9 BiicH prccaullona. Kecenlly I found In O.clock a BvcnlnK n New Jersey wl.lch t t al 11, prepared ono o( !he Red s] ,.Auld CrbsB lifjadtiuflrlQrB '.'which liail liccu aonhecl In iiolsonous chemicalB r.nif1 (lien so (bat when they put to UPO they would kill Ihu pcreon on, wLoni IIIoy "were used. In i of the drcaainga had Mr. Frank Stcclc, projirlolor of I nd Leader and. formerly waa thc j (o 01 hcollibldso nera on ,vay S-------. lo nUIL IrllKU >JJLJ, WMUIU 11C Mill ill- lice.i nileJ with ground Glass, BO thai tcml conlcronco o[ vrton.lliev n-cro UECd on open L H s churchi E0inc from limy WOUW culai.u whcre )lc 'or.os. Isiiend Iwo years In nswapapor work ".Tlicsc discoveries were made with-1 nnj mission work tor the'criir'cli. Mr. in :.lho last tliroc weeks. Tlic results Rtoole Is well know-n throughout Sonlhorn Alberta and (lie beat ivlshca o't friends accompany him. of pur frtvcsCfgatioiis have been turn-, ctl 'over .tbc UennrtnlCQt ot Jlistlco, and'UiatdcjiartmcEll to prosecutions. You do not rcRltzc' Uio'clesucralG extremes lo wlilrh tlioao vrd.q arc us will go.. Kxccuilvo Coiriultlco of the later.. a jprq-. closed Vfbo'iE.1 Twenty-Five" Cents a Day. spent for. the right' kind of food will keep a man- in ,fit taslt. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits, served with hot milk, make a complete, per- fect'! meal at a cost of four or .meal that supplies in digestible form every element needed to DuiidtnewHissue and furnish- heat and energy for the llurnan body. At twenty- five cents a day for three meals of ten cents.fpr fruit or green vegetables'. Such a diet (-a-i clean stomach, i liver, active ;bowels.' For breakfast 'with milk of cream. Made in Canada. Tho bride ami groom left on tnc aflernoon (rafn for f.othbrlilBe, whera they will reside al'18. Dominion A weihllng of considerable Inlcrcsl to the lota) younger set Calgar) look place In rorlloml, .Oreeon, eev oral woke Hgo, when Miss Gladys Couey. formerly of lhlRp city, was untied in marriage lo Mr. George Cope, or I-ctlibrlfe. The tou pie passed through this city, a fev days ago on route lo [.clhbrlflgoj; am they were met at the slatlon by a number of local friends, llr. and Mrs Cope will reside hi Lolhbrldge. gary Herald. E Hanlord. Cal.. Apr. P..Benny a. business, Jusllcc of lho Peace B. T. Cooper, -'n'J named in Judge Meadovya' court room licio loday. Denny waa slml duad In Ihc alrcet later ConstaWo W. J. HlndE. means. nirmlnghani, Ilial (iennan .'sn; worklnx in April Paris. April 4. -American minis- ter lo roached Dome at 6 o'clock this evculne. looking worn and weary. Whlllock described his dc parture Irom Hrusscls as toucliing. Thc Belglana, vrlio since Uic Lroach of relations between.Unl- tetl Slaloa antl Germany, uava bcei) patheLIcnlly anxious lesl thc', ilcpar Lute or (he Americans .tutffht. mean starvation fo rlhem, gathered. (housanJs at tlic Gare IJu Fonl fo say farewell. l'_ was feared thai there up some Qeuiuiulrallnns which would brins down the anger ,of Ihc German authorities nnd cause some' reprisal on the Belgians, hut the' Jai- ler, realizing this themselves, ..rcnialn- ed almost entirely althdugli many wcpl. As the train pulled out smitlicrn stales, 'ifniclicaliy In tbo station an occasional "Vive co and cotton bill, lb liiclie'j.neEroosiAmericqc" broke tbo quid, bal tlio agaitiBL the UnSlt'tJ'Slates jBpvern.ncnt, I majority sloorl will, bared heads and tpif were conflnncil ,___. or taken In this dljlricUoJiircvcnt I live rrsuUs trora, 'mil. activities. V.'- MX-1 .-._ 'rtTrt sri v- local ivenl elfec- or the coiitcnlcd themselves ivILli waving hats and handkerchiefs. You ran rely on Ihs colors our out" as we'iein you they will. Change the faded COLOR of that' old dress, wifsl or rihh'on and It will be like brand new. Gel a new Easter Hal for 25 cents by usinfl our Straw Hat Dyes. We fiavc them In alt Then we have the Fabric Dyes, Maypole. -.1 y- For anything In, dyes see our stock. V t- i' y t: p a- rpl fT T 11" t'1'1--1 1 he r rank Heqley Drug Co. MR. GRAHAM AT THE COAST Victoria Colonist The lion. Oeo. Graham's address lo the. Rrilnn club yesterday. very tn- stritcllvo scid at the Very appropriate lo thc dnys In which 'we nrc living. His object clearly was to impress upon his hearers that the solidarity of the British .Empire had been' liuVvloncd in proportion as selT- Rovernment had been extended to the people or Its cnrnponeiit paris. There Is a danger'-thai.this nmy escape tho notice of many'people who arc ardent supporters oL an lm- licrial moremcnl.. Thc hasls-ol the .Empire Is is c'cmenicd by freedom. It will last aa long as the people 'cmlurcsr 'PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS .WE TAKE LETHBRJDGE, ALBERTA 'You will Find a steady market for- your cream and milk us- Highest price paid prompt returns. "'JN V j; i- i1 We can. supply, you with" cans al following prices: ;5 gallon cans S gallon cans .00' Write us lor prlceE. We are- agenlc tor [he BEATRICE CREAPfl SEPARATOR. The best on the markel. Easy (o 'operate and saves you 25% lo 4O% on the initial cost. THE LETHiRIDGE STORE REMAINS OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL 10 New Ladies Coats 'Just Arrived Another York shipment arrived loihiy in I hue for Easier. Full lengths and sport coats, newest similes of ffol'd, ill] shades of green, :ilsu Tweeds for Kvery sl.ylc you could (0 FieC. will be served from 6 to 7.30 Thursday eve- ing, price A Fine Line f Suits o Xcw- wind .shades. Yory noficcaldc. All oilier leiiiliuj; sliiidcs, navy, green, brown, Italgian blue, black. AHei-adons all done jirninplly lo CJisitrc your suil foi- leister. Easter Footwear Ladies' Fancy High! Sand Colored Shoes blue vaiiiij In Hal. slyle or a patent with Sand Colored lop. arc the very lalesl. AH eliea and all the latest laslE at .Special Prices, ijilO.OO and Men's Black ami Tan Neolin S.olert iSjiio.es, siicfial JjiK.oO i.j and STftfKiiair'. T Ladies' PajLeiU. Kid ami Fancy dilo'ml ICid In new all laleat styles A j "7Q specie! 11 er palr.'-i I Ladies' Piiiicy Colnrcii 'li .-_. Shoes Sizes .4 ami regular AQ j up to J12.00; special per pair... Larties' Pifteui Kid r; 'Jr. OxfonLs jln jlhe new' styles, narrovv special per- pair for Tours, gelling Easter Lilies "jl Extra Per II Bloom l Mixed Candy, per pound Jjowncy's -Juniors' Chocol- ates, per liox Maclntosii's TolVce, lb Children's Black Cotton Ho'stJ- ribbed, best' quality, per 'pair 15t Individual each ;25c Ladies' Dainty Neckwear, Men's We ar FOR THURSDAY Men's Negligee Shirts Wllh or collars, made dj-l ID ncal strfpea, etc., special 51.EQ, t) Men's Fine Cashmere. 'Hose; Black and tan, all sizes, prices per ppjr, 35c, 50c. and ____ ____ DUC Men's Fine Combination Undcnvcai1 Meaiuiii Tino comlilnation SlllinijO H Medium >s-elghl In nalural and siiecial -Lisle Gloves, nt poi- ..Ladies? Black Kid (Moves, per pair 25c Ladies' Silk Bool Hose, bl.ick or wliite, pair 30c Ladies' or C'liild's Dainly Ilandkei'chiet's, (i i'ov 25c Child's Patent Bells HousefurnisKings Diii'k Green Win flow Sliacles Plain opaque cloth, mounted "on strong spring roller, size S6x72, eacliDjC Plain Marquisette In white, ivory or ecru, 3S In. highly mercerized, 40, special yd. Extension Itoils while euus, with, brackets i A complete, each................. 1UC Reversible Jute Fibre- Rugs' Suitable for any room, ncal .patterns, assorted -colors. Prices 5C.75, 57.35 aud............. "BAY" GROCERY DEPARTMENT Easter''Requirements and Special Prices all' One Hour Special ne Flour Dpecial TEN TO ELEVEN ONLY Queen Olives, regular Toe, Kxlvh special 38c Gnitad rinciijiplc, Hi cans .Keg. 35c., oxlra speci'nl pcsi' 19c California Sliced Peaches, Special 2 for........35c SPECIALS FOR ONE HOUR ONLY, SOLD WITH PURCHASE OF GROCERY ORDER OF Rcii Tea, per lb -45c cans Canned Touiatnes, sjiecial !5 cans.... .Canned Spinai'h, special pev tin Aii'liiic irone.y, special liottlc 55c Loaf Sugar, special 3. Ox Tongue, lb. tins, spec- inl per Tapinco'and Sago, '2 pounds Tlest Japan Kicc, spcoisil 3Vi; poiniils for.....'. 25c lO'lbs: --25c Extra Large Fancy Triiiies, Special 2 Ibs. lor' 35C 'Kynnorated Teaches. 10 box, each PHONE -3T3'i to Your Advantage 40c Special, 3s Special, 6s i'ooiii .Siiccinl for Satiinlay 1 papers fov price be sure and get one nt the extra special price. iiaKxu.1 Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. I'lill' Wheat and Ric.c per Package I5c Ki'inkle Corn Flakes, ;J pUft's. for 25c Tins Tnrc Jains and Jcl- Iie7s, Was-slalVc's, extra special 54c WILSON'S ADDRESS DHOPPED ON HUN TROOPS UV brtlTISH f- to congress v' translated Inlo Gcrrnan he- v 'iriR dlstrthulcd'-Uocrally over Cernian Iinc9 by nvl.v y.'' IOTS. II uTidersltod Ihc In being rlpno by .the French aTiators. i- TO BE PRODUCERS Brandon Magistrate Sentence Boys to Ptanl Potatoes Brandon, Man., Apr. Frasnr (a sentehclnE to become prodticers. Tliia morning ITVQ youth- ful offenders, guilty of brcnklng Into A. A enrage, stealing ailicles anil damflfiing a cor, wore onlercil to polatocg nnd to cultivate them tlirouKhcitt the sraaon. Mr. Kvan offered to supply seed and have tho lots, plowed, n fiufficlcnt sum. to he deluded from the "proceeds lo I'ny for art Ides-missing and damage IIDTIC to the car. MANITOBA FARMERS SPEND A i BUVfNG SEED WHEAT Winnipeg, April one mil- Kon itollnrs have hen spent by trio farroers or Manilobn during the past few weeks In purchasing seed r.ralti. It is estimated that over buahels have been purchased. ANOTHER AMERICAN VICTIM. New York, April ;Ilritiah slcamslilp Stanley from Newport Xewe, March 7, a cargo of grain for ChfrhoiiTE, was aunk by.a Gernian submarine without nn.nlnK on March 21 ami five members oC her cfcw kill- ed. Kiftcen snrrlvora of the ship loarhcd here today on the ateauiBhlp Tort Albany. Two other members ot ihp rrcw, one an of exposure In open boaU. ;