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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAV, APRIL 5, 1815 THE LETHDRtDfJE DAJl.V PACE FIVE CLARKE CO. The Store 4S3 Ae.dit Block We're going to Continue this Easter Sale of Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses Millinery EVERY DAY THIS WEEK ner ind Imndaome garments are Just lo hand by oxjirosa, so fan I is ban been Die belling during, tho past two wocks, hlockn aro still at their bunt and feature for thin week many entirely new Jdeaa ii> Military Bulls, i'lcatod Coals and N'ewaut DroBiea that you Imvc not before, But no matter how new, no matter how saleable, no mitter what they should rvadHy bring, wt'rt lowering every price to meet previlling conditions and can anure you of the finest for a email outlay your money ever brought you. Take advantage of these early (elections and bargiln prjcci, A dcpoilt ie- your chelct till you are ready for it. III our Best Suits, Jffl JZ.58, 31M valoes Undoubtedly Um moH Suifn you will see this season fa tile nen- Military BIK] ucmNMUJtAry ft- Iccta, navy, Belgian bluo, sand, putty, tana, etc. Smirt jaunty coats. fiUI Hire yolte aklrlB all 'beautifully tailor- ed; shown in all sizes. Not one garment reiervad. This 526-00 ule Include! uN our high grade gfermenti without any exception. Great Sale of Coats, 14.75 A groat collnclion of niosl useful Coata IhaL will appeal Lo scores of women wanting the very pnintleal, ueoful garuienls iu most conservative styles. Pure wool series In navy, grey :uul hlack; silks iti uncj bengallncs; tweed res in greys and 'brown B. Lenptha vary from Uirrc- flimrler lo [nil Jciistli; from lli up to 44. AM wonderfully cheap at this week's bargain price- Other Suit Bargains I17.ED to J25-00 vuluoE... 122.50 values )27.CO values All the Beit Sale Worth 'up to New Box Pleated .Skirts in flue serges; Cloth and 311k Dresses in 'many otlsei1 uew Coat 511.50 lo 517.50 Viiluos ___ 53. 30 515.00 values 317..10 raliiea 514.03 All Ihc Best SLylcs Waist Sale Worth up to Silk In long a trie, front and 'back Hat S6.75 All Ihc Model-.. NevroBt Fisic Hats and all other makes includerl. Ssilc M.75 Worth up to 1'ine pure wool server, In navy and blaclr; yokes and pleats; aleo nilxetl twccils. Hiss Hcssic Thomson of ihc Gov- ernment Telephone Olhct', visiliiijj with friends in llic city'. Mr. 'Arthur Morgun lias accepted position hi tin- Lr.thbrid SL'houl ami will work luiuortu lie will reside his nurniU, In- spector a nil Mrs. Morgan. The of thr menu's ul Churls UnifR-ny, wlni lcf( the city on a holiday lust ina- jiuai-riPd lo Jlis-s Kihth Wilson of I Xticpaua, .Man., it ud returned with liis "Ijrjclp on He M IIIIM" rr- j the toiiKratulsuions of Ins iriciiflK Unlay. .Mr. and Mrs. (.'uriicrcy tjkeii up iiK-U1 ;il No '2, Slrnllicona t'ourl. I j On Thursday Liu: .Junior D'lpar tin en t of Wesley Hi Mr school, Ipres2ntc'.l a cantata, on tic event of the closing of Ihr second (jiinrler of MIC graded Irwnii.s. Mix. (Jco. Slaci-y For the success ol Ihc .entertainment. The Pantry Sale I'.cltl in St. .-lu- giistiu's hall Sni unlay was. a great every dainty being! sold and over forly' dollars hciiig J ck-iU'H. The luhlr .mil candy booth under IK- inaiiiijc'-'iiiciit nf sev- eral liUle lailics wus a ilisUinH suc-, ncLlins over .ton dollars. Oddfellows ami Kcbeccas arc re- minded that tlie.y nred no invitation for UJB llcbcccn dnnw tonight. KIDNEY AFFECTEDJIS SPINE Suffered For Toil) Years Unlil Hs Used "Frull-a-fe" ONT., OCT. 3131. 1913. "For about forty years, I was troubled with I.amuBack brought on by Kidney nnd Jliadrlcr Trouble'- I was never coiiliiitid lo my bed willi Uic trouble, hut it ntfcclcd my spine mul 1 had to rest fur n tiluc. I look advertised rcuicdifF which never did mt1 any Then J saw advertised and decided lo liy them- They did rue more fjooil Mum any otherjcnicdy. My BCJII suffered from UK- same trouble nnd frequently liac! (a off worliint'. but renicdird it Tor r would slroiifjlv advise any6iit suffering from and Bladder Trouble to use H. BORLAND 5oc. a bor, 6 For trial size, 250- At nil flealersorsenlon receipt of price by lvruit-a-tivcs J.iiuilcd. Olluwa. (i) .Vir.Yi'JMlT ChuiJlcr l.O.n.K. will mrcl al. 423 filh HL, Friday adci'iioon of this lloport for the (full Hospital for Ihc month of March, N'uinbi'r of patienlK in liospiiiil of ivunlli.......... 43 during month..... rraiif-icnts adniittou d'iriiii; iho month N'muijcr of 'luvtieiiLS dipcluir dui'iiig moiilh Deaths ilurjii" month....... Xnmber oi pijljeuli; in licspiial find or nioiiih TransitiiiU discIiargecJ during month................. AI1 OfflMlES Paris, April dispatch to the Balkan agency tram Dcdeaglmtch "At a council of war held in Con- stantinople .ind 'preiided over Dy the Sultan, the German general, Lfnian von Sanderi, commander of the Turk- ish forccB In Europe, declared that the German officers and engineers wQnld do all that was poEBlblc to defend the -and the BORpliorne, but spite .of their offorta, Iho al- lied-forces aucceeded, be UBC- lesB to try to'defend ConBtunllnople He advised'the transfer o! the capital to thfl Interior of Aiia Allnor. 'The Grand Vizier and finver Paaha Inslfited' on a defence of the city In Tiew of the great- preparations thai had. been mado during the laat few months. Ibis question.-was left open rending more definite results fruin the PEDAGOGUES ATTENDING CONVENTION Some fifteen Lethhridge nedu- gaguoa inten'l making the trip to Cal- tills week to attend the TeacJi- ere' Convention, to. he held there on April G, 7 nnd 8. An attractive pro- gramme of lectures has been arrang- ed and addresses will .05 given by sucli educaloi's .IE Mrs. Nei'lle McCliuis, Maurice. Hutton, nrln- of University College, Toronto. R. B. Uenneit la lo speak on "Patriot- tern In the Mr. R. K. Dau- UBERIY M Lowest nniiibcr month 2U niiniijur during month 11 Daily ai cruyw month.. :JS NmnljCT ol liospllul days for pri- X.'.miber of hosin'tsil days for ward jjaticnts Number of hoajiiLiil days for ward piUicnts (iVeu and Total number of IwspUn. dayt for the month.................1097 Xiunber of operaiions under gen- Numbor of operations midiir local or no aiiatistehslii A meeting of Ihc ladies of the local J Dumber of patients treated in out- T IjnuiL'h' of the Red Cross Society will _ door dcimrtmcnt.......... held tomon-ow, aftcr- iioon at n.Sil in uie lied Cross room. j A [nil attendance is requested. U.S. Commerce Raider If well-planned preparation can in- All Chance in the lo Break Away JJ.C., Anr.'I ry informed ijresirient Wil- son early tonight thjit the lJriiiK 1'jiiHl still was ut "iVewjiort Js'ews, All JDCS- iiages relating tg chip were munlcatcd to the president its suou ai received. Obligations of strict neuirallty n -juaed tlic Unkcd States government o Bobool Is attending today to impose iibGclule sscrecy on the High school wr.l sflj inronnatioi, pertaliiiHg to (he move- ments oi1 iiitcutloiis of the Gurmun cruiser. Although the 'wireless was Iy the only means son to have given a paner on BK- aminatlona fu but will be un- abla to do go oh- account of Jllueas. IJIg paper will ho presented by .Mr. OlhBon of Hoed Deor. '10 Ca Ul tcilire! sure Hiiccess, tlie ladies ot Maple Lefi Chapter or the Order of the Eastern Star can confidently look forward to the result of tlieir dance, which lakes tonight in Hie .Masonic hall, and tbo ?iiests inviic-ci to this uost-Lcntfin riiBctloji may iinticinate an GVCI oi .una.'.oyed pleasure. Dancing "v couiiuefiCG at nine o'clock ?nri con- Cor ihc refreshments. What is Roman Meal llomau jrn.ll coilBluf.l of 26% lieodorlzarl (lax seed, 30% ivliolp bnrrlen of wliciil, whole berries ol ryo nnd 10% lirlnio wheat bran. II in much more iialnlablo Uiaii vrkcal (Ji- outs, juLd much moro nourishing. The Superiority of the Meal Tliis -Men! is n grout natural aid Lu liieoHlUm ant! uosl- tirtJy reJlovo.s and prevents conslipaHon. 11 may servod in a urt'iU variety of wnys, esnueinlly as iiurridtfo, pancakes, gems and brcaU. Demonstration in Our Grocery Section Roman Meal is how (icmonslriUcil in oui- Grocery Hc-lifjn. U'o cxleml a conlla! invllafiyn in all )iniiseivjvea lu iUlcntl liiirt dei'jonHlraUon. Grocery Specials Fresh jier doxeu Large Ulovoi: '.I'.e.'i Assorted .ic.llips, 7 COT 20c -45c 50c Ontario Potatoes, only tor but for Seed Potatoes. Spring Stock of Seeds IVilli [he ucciilns mi of Spring iremller comee tile desire lo plant I'lon-ers nncl VceeUhlOE. We arc showing a wide ranso or Heliahlc Seeds in Flowers and Vegetables. Hudson's Bay Co. Council to See School Board Through year "He iL resolved that the Council undertake (o niufce gooa the deficit carried over from last year, before it uill he necessary for the School Board to utilize more than J75.000, including present advances, to keep Hie schonjg oyoc for this year." The amended resolution "wag the re- sult o[ ;i communlcatioa from the head office of the Uuioa Bank to the man- ager of the loca'l branch, to the effect tlie convention, IJG closed during; 'the whole ivoelc. A number of. teachers left Sunday morning in order to spend Easter In Calgary. many.hours today with NL lo learn many details. It is believed, NGWB, telegraph and vrtras however, that four or fiyt; ol the paralyzed by tlie bridges on Ihis division have been the navy dejjarlment at Jill iiitita rc- smayheri up arid crossing of trains lusetl to say whether or not the Kilel is impossible. The most SBrious dam- hud sailed. 'Rjtgiaa, 'April serious flood- ing of the rivers Frenchman' and Bat- tle on the Gorenlock division of the f C. P. K. near Shtunavon, south oE Swift Current, took place early this all telegraphic and telephonic com-' munlcation IB.cut off by reason age, it is believed, is between East End' and Kavenscry, a train is held up between two destroyed bridges. Watchmen .have been OH Weather Rinlit for a Dash. The fact Hint a lAindhis snowstorm sivejit oror Lhe Virginia capes, furmins .t-jiportuuity Cor lUe K-itel to escape to ship slipueci out to run Um wn" In rix ireekB the deaths from grippe ,ordmi of Brkjsh ?nd -c door vires it is not possible j m Washington have numbered 210. ,-n .ivnif for j Oi cr S20 The Navv department Irnl- Ittrs. I3rodic's pretty rooms were crowded on Tuesday afternoon, W. C. T. received, for tlie benefit of the Travellers' Aid Fund. Mrs. litodic nnd Mrs. communication reC2ivcd visitors, wliile Mi's. Roy iiiviteif to tlic tea room, ivlierc Sirs. Jlitfoi'd and -Mrs. Cobblodick poured tea end coffee for ihc first hour, when ihfty Rlicvcri hy >ira. and I Jiii. II- A. licKilloiJ. Mrs. Brandon, Mrs, j KaaK'e, Mis. Nrcds, MLS. Kingston, I Mrs. iMcCIcnaghan, Sfrs. Dicsclh and Airs. also assisted Mis. Vvitmcr and Miss Susv Gillesnic very kindly cntcriiiincii with piano solos during the aiturnoon. f, ttic Jean Urodic in a ivhite frock, hlnc ribbons, made a dear little j Pertinent Questions ME, :Do.yQu realise -that every dollar you send down East for your Printing is LOST to the City, of Lethbridge, and can never be re- gained? Do you realise tjiat THOUSANDS 'OF DOLLARS AHE LOST every year in .this ARE YOU GUILTY of sending any or all of your of town'? If so, it is not too late to change.your sys- tem and purchase all your Printing af thus mftking sure that every in Printing is being used by tlie. PTiiiters" of in helping to build up1 oni--.own In order to ensure that the work really ft Home Product, for tbe Letkbridge Typographical Union Labfl to placed on all your Printing. It no more and guarantee of work of toe bijrtfHt kind, Can you expect the buslneng of local citizens 'ft your Prtntipy Orden are acni to out-of-town offices? TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION LAICL COMMITTEE, NO. sst by LKTHIHIPGC AND LA10R COUNCIL. Navy department tcok added precmitlons to nrcvent ilomcsiiu wireless from the" time Ihc Eltel's departure or sending any infonuntJon ccnceming Jier, for i'ear belligerent prulscrs at sea misht pick UD such messages and afford Gemiahy a ground for comnlaint of R.violatiun oE ncntralUy. It was loLhuated thai Rear-Admlra? HoaUy at Norfolk and tlic cominindRr aT the American ships standing guard neat- Newport had to'send by wireless concerning the "Eitel pr' har movementB, unless a situation "arose requiring "advice from Washington. This yrecaiitJpn wan taktn, it re- Iiorted, to- prevent any. messngea wliatscevcr bUitE sent to the de- partment, so that no Wanic- could be imposed on the American jf the Eitel'e brfealc mj. succcasfui. i Officials Kept Queuing at-the Navy And Sdite'rie- partmenta indicated that proba- bly 'ivouid not comment on tlie Kite I's movcmenLs jinii'l at least 24 hours had olnpseil after-her aliho'ngh any anounceinent as to Jnt.eniinent would be made iiiaUintly. Tlic. exten-, sH'e nreparfttroiis made ISrtel for another c'rulsa hns confused nnvnl officials here In their speculations na to. what ttie, Ejtel'really wii', but Uio opinion still prevails with most of tljcni that the vessel jirbbablv be a's tier time'limit for repairs has expired. as realized from tlie it is ir.itiniiiin of the Union to' crstc -init! in (lie sainu- way on In- tute The Jfissiou acknowledges wiUi tlKints Ihc iollowing donations; Cooked meat and cake. Orplicuin Biig ilour. i Mrs. Bag potatoes and niagazjnes. Mrs. Fresh eggs. Protlieou Class, Wesley '-Church "S'cn' cliildrcn's clothing. AuLIicr Hill Sowing unrt box clothing. Ellison Milling 1500 Ibs. Hour. W. -W. BUCHANAN 'DEAD Winnipeg, 31 an'..- April '.3.--W. AV Buchanan, secretary, of the pouifil ser- vice council of Manitoba, died tonisht at the General hospital after a soine- what lengthy ivinesa. from a complication of diseases, nnd there was no .iioiw from tho firat. He vras'lH) years of'nge. Ponuaylranla has n'bS'il'stb 'nbollsh. capital punishment for Chicago Board of Trade "plans a ?2- S-atorey structure. To he ahsoliitaly Uiat w car- bolic solution wilt no[ burii, one part acid to 20 parts iwatcr. COX-IIKATON" wcililiujf took plate ul the Lliiglisli cliurch, Cowlcy, on dav, 2-Uli,'.rcmony being pei'fornied by Her. II, J. Shires. Tlir contracting parties were Jliss l.orna iMary (fcaton, only liiidghtcr of Mr. anil Mrs. (Ico. Hojiton, of .I1 ark View I rahcii, Maycroft, anil A. Koc! Cox, soil 01 J. R, Cox, ol Durham LoflfTE, UroGkcnhnrsl, Knp. Hoth arc well tfiowii in dm district and havp a'li'oat of lit. Cox one the first, to enlist in Hie iSlh C. M.Il. at I'indicr Creek and has leas- ed his ranch nl Lundbrrck so as to enabled to go and fighL for his country. i The oi (Jorcon Pcdcrson, ol Twin lUittc, !o MJss'llazcl Pclkcy, of ytrasshnrg, .Snsk.-, Look place at the' dome of Mrs. Ii. While, Pinchcr Creek, afc o'clock on ;if- ternoon last, Ucv. A. A. Lytlc of th? thoilist cliurch, officiating. The looked radianL in a gcv.'ii cJ corn colored crepe rie chcnc and ear- rlert n bouiiiiet of carnal-ions and ros- es'. The hridesmaid, Miss J. White, was'hriireu in u jiiifc .Itluc silk ivlth oveiskirt of shadow lace, and carried a bouquet of rosrs anil peas, TJic gioom was assisted by Mv. 0. Boucher, ol Pincher Stalion! Air, and Mrs. Pedenon Joft on 3lon- iliiy to lattr up ihcir abode on Uicir laiicL it nients in outdoor department.. The hospital lo acknowledge with thanks lhe follo'wlnt; eoninbn- Liona received during the month: lwo cases oranges, tniBtees ol" ilie Ladies' Aid: flowers, (he with regard Lo the assuming hy Ihc Letlihrldge Flower Guild: nmsazine School Board overdraft in the TJn- on flank, was passed hv the Cominla- for tho School Board to UBE more llian tlie For over 40 Years FRUIT SALT been the household 'remedy in thou- sands of homes the world over. Never has. the medical profession endorsed any preparation' so'heartily and so completely as this. Because is the only and original "FRUIT all the beneficial constituents of" ripe fruit, without harmful ingredients, and well lermed Nature's oirn Remedy." A lillle Lakch in water iictS ns a quick, safe and valuable cor- rccLhc, and makes a delicious, refreshing drinU, loo. It's aclion is lo i Purify and Cleanse the Entire System "FRUIT IALT" pIRST.Ikiitjm Mi i tke How to lake ENO'S "FRUIT SALT" by g'cnllc, natural poison and waste from the digestive organs vipqr. of jW. There is only one ENO'S. Sold by all good DrugirUts. I ea- poonful lo n glass (or half H glass) of tepid Wiilcr. Stir with the do no! drink until Ihc effervescence has nearly sub- sided: Prffareti only by J. C. ENO. Silt" Works, LONDON, Enff Agi9l9 for Horth Amirlea. rs HAROLD F. IITCHIE 4 CO. LIMITED lOWcCAUL STBEET. VINO'S." it CAB, bt ;