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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL S, 191(5 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAlt."^ HERALD PAGE SEVEN RYLANDS & CO......LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR SPECIALISTS We Make a Specialty of the Corset and Brassiere Business Showing Over 50 Distinctive Models from the Best Canadian and American Manufacturers npHE larft'csl: slock f)l' corscls miuI accc^rssoi-ics in Soiitlit'i-ii Ailnvrlii. with varidy, viiluc uiid service cqiiai. to any corset (lei)iirlincut in. tiic larn'(V city .stoj-cs. 'J''liis is Ji, bold but busiiicss-likc slal.cniciit that, ('!Ui casiiy be v(m-it'ic(l by paying-tli(! Busy (Joriior n visit any ol' these line Sjjrinu,' Days. Wc ai'c aii'cnts in this city for tli(> following nnikes of high ornde. [u'rlect ritling Corscls, ^ite^A Warners Nemos Redf erns La Diva P. and C. D- and A. THE NEMO, ilie world-famous Corsut for stout. figurcH, wlili a uapttal range of motlols for all types of tall and short figures. priced from ...................................$4.00 to �PO.UU THE REDFERN, another favorite amongst duvoteus of tin; belter grade lace front Corsets. All Redferns have whalebone flttlnKa. I'riceU ut Warner^s "Rust-Proof" DOUBLE SKIRT MODELS, a patented feature found In no oilier corset. llBht from the walat up-double material from the waist down- wear Biiaranleed, nist-proot and perfect fitting, f'rlced at- SL25 $1.75 S2.00 S2.50 $3.00 LACE FRONT MODELS, made by Warner's, Bx-cel all other lace corsets. Why pay from 55 to $10 tor lace front oorseis when Warner'.s can be bought here for- $2.50, $2.75 & $3, La Diva and "D. and A" LA DIVA CORStiTS are th(! best ".Made in Can-udii" Coraels. E.vci-lhMit models in (>0 r7r* . tDC from ?.5c up to Suiiitai'y Belts, 35c. New Super-bone Corsets This is tho aanio kind of a Cornet you have been paying "peddlers'" or agents from $8 to $1"!, for Supcr-t)one boning is rho n)o.it. satisfactory, strong and supple spiral woven-wlrn boning ever invented. Yon can now buy these consuls from us In all sizes from I'.i to 30 bu.st a,t per pair- $3.50 & $5. p. & C. Corsets Ijow priced CorsoLs made for hmisewear, but good enough for any occasion. They fit well, wear well, and are the finest ^orsetji In Canada, selling at- 69c, 75c >^ 95c Brassieres Over ton different styies^ln American and Canadian made Brassieres, special values and all sizes, ^-j o(" from ........ 35c to $1.^3 We Prepay Postage on all Mail Orders for Corsets "Lady (lordon Suits and Coats-' SIMPLE WAY TO END DANDRUFF There is one sure way that lias never failed to remove dandruff at once, and that Is to dissolve It. then you destroy it entirely. To do this, just get about four ounces of plain, common liquid arvon from any drug Btoro (this Is all you will need), aii-jily it at night when rollriug; use enough to moinlen the scalp and rub It In gently with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will bo gone, and three or four more applications will complete-ly dissolve and entirely destroy every Bingle sign and trace of. It, no matter how much dandruff .von' may have. Vou will find all Itching and digging of.tho &calp will slop Instantly, nnd your hair will be fluffy, luslroiis, glossy, silky and soft, nnd look and I'eel a hundred times bettor. Adv. PROHIBITION BILL IS GIVEN ITS SECOND READING Toronto, April 4.-The bill ostabltsli-Iiig prohibition in Ontario, passed its second, reading In tho legislature to-lilght,' without division. Not tho faintest nininblinK of threatened opposition was hoard in �tho loglslature today when tho prolilb-Itlon bin catuQ-up. Premier llearst made nu excoptioiially fine speech. N. W. Rowel 1, leader of Iho opposition, also spoke splondldly :ii the debate nnd proved his slncerlly by offering to give hfs best asslstancti In com-' iiilttoo toward achieving tho most �workable measure possible. Nearly everybody that took vacation trips on dollar a bushel wheat money, have roturnad from various jiarts of Nortti America, all singing the praisoH of Sunny Alberta. HOW TO PROLONG LIFE ^ By odoptlng a Blinplq diet men like Conarp hava lived to bo 100 years of nge, but. with our coinplo.x diets of today, tho vitality of tho aged Ib tax Gd to Its utmost onduvivnce. A slmplo diet, lhr brother, .Mr. L. Lundy and .Mrs. I.und.v. .Mr. and .Mrs. (',. K. lldtsuii, of .Medicine Hal, have bei'ii rim inline u few days with friends in tin; i ity mi route to their farm at .Stirlin.i;. Mrs. .McDonald, of l.Mlibridgr. spent the week-end in llie city llie guest of .Mrs. William .Mven, on lier way to .Vtliabasca Landing -Calvary .M-bertan. Knox Ladies' Aid soi icty will meet in the school room of tin' church tomorrow at .'i p.m. Ho;;te>-Bes: .Mes. dames H. li. Davidson, T, F. Klrk-ham and .Men/.le; rei-cption committee, .Mrs. H. A. McKillop and .Mrs. Chas. .McClenaghan. 1 The regular inontlilv ImslncB.s and social niiH.'tinK of the .vdiilt Bible class of Westiiiinster ciiurrh was lioUl last ni?ht at the lioin" of .Mrs. Marl. A very enjoyalile evening was siient by the larj^e number irc.'icm. Before the close of tlie ineeiiny the ho.stoBS serveil refreshments. The Sergeants of the li;ith Kilties are giving a dance loincirrow niglit in the Knights of Pythias hall and they cordially invite their friends to be present. Dancing will commence at 9 o'clock and continue until 3 o'clock. Tickets may be obtained from any of ; the sergeants or at the door. The announcement of the death of � .Mrs. Julian Garrett, daughter of the i Hon. Frank Oliver and .Mrs. Oliver. I whloli occurre.i Sunday, came as a shock to a wide circle of Kdmonlon friends, whose sympathy goes out to .Mr. Garrett, -Mr. and Mrs. Oliver and lilie sisters and brother.-ICdnionlon 1 Journal. *   .Mrs. W. D. Spence, of Calgary, the organizing secretary of the I. O. D. K. for Alberta, will be in the city tomorrow and Friday and will give an address in the Y..\1.C.A. auditorium ! on Friday night at 8 o'clock on the history and work of the Daughters of | tho Empire throughout llie Dominion | of Canada. Every member of the i Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E., is asked to attend and any man or woman who is interested in the work is asked to come, as the meeting is an open one. The Daughters of the Empire have lncve,iBed their work by leaps and bounds since the beginning of the war and chapters are being formed In nearly every town in Canada. Mrs. Spence is In Cardslon today organizing a cliapter. While in the city she will be the guest of Mrs. R. T. Brymner. MARCH REPORT OF TRAVELLERS-AID Trains met Jfifi; people assisted Ufi, of whom 10 were young girls; posi-; lions found for two girls. Young girl came in on evening train, hiicl to Flay over to next day. I'rav-ellers' z\id look her to a room, tlien went with her to train next morning. Old lady sick; Travellers' Aid took charge of her for night, then put her on train going to Calgary next day. Young girl came into city, had no money; Travellers' Aid took charge, gave her board and room, and found position tor her next day. M. F.. CAMFIRON, Travellers' Aid. An afternoon dress of wUlto lafl'ola and ohltCou wUh bluck velvet glrdlo and cream . Jjitie hut. 1,500 Pieces of Grey & White Enamelware Will Go On Sale orning at 9 a.m. This will l)e the {;reates( opportunity for the Tloiise-wife to stock up and replenish the kitehen with hijfh j�ra( ()!)c Sale Price each Tea kettles, large size in grey and blue 00c Potato pots...... ,.. .--,T,:.-.-.-75c Covered pans, small ^ize .28c Covered pans, medium size 35c Covered pans, large size ...., 45c Lipped sauce pans . 15c, 10c & 27c Large size disb pans with two handles �..,-..�.,.., .50c & 60c WHITE ENAMELWARE Sale Price each Coffee pots...........50c & (>5c Wasb Ifowls..........23c & 20c Water pails............... )i>1.10 Sale Price each Cbanibers ...........44c Pudding pans ------ 15c, 10c & 25c Baking pans ,.......------20c If your wants are "Ejianichvare"' it will pay you to visit this sale Thursday and save 50 cents on the dollar. Included in this huge as-sortiuent are the most wanted and useful articles, such as Coffee Pots. Lipped Sinicc Pans, Kettles, Puddiug Pans. Bakers, Preserving Kettles, Tea Kettles, Double Boiler, Water Pails, Dish Pans, Wash Bowls. Potato I'ots, Stew Pans, Chambers, Covered Pans. BAY CO. YPOISY IS LLED IN I Imperial Chancellor Again Puts Blame on Allies for Devastation of the Country The Health and Beauty Bath is assured when Lifebuoy Soap is used. It l;eops the akin radiantly clean and glowing witli health. Lifebuoy is an honest soap -unwrap a cake and smoU it. A mild carbolic odor is there-that means an utterly healthy skin, But, tho odor vanishes immediately after use. HEALTHY Ibl7 Horlln, by wireless to SnyvlUe, April 5.-In the Reichstag loUay the Imperial cliancellov, .Dr. Von Bethmann-Molhveg, made his most uomprehen-Blve speech ot the war. Ho reviewed tho military nnd political situation, the use of various moans of warfare, and tho Gernmn-Amerlcnn relations. The chancellor, whose address was delivered to a crowded house, also spoke of the (juestlons presented in relation to the people of foreign na-tionnllty, considering tho Polish, U-tlmanlun, Llvonlan, Uelgian and Flemish problems. Ho insisted upon the liocosslty of guaranteeing tho peace of ICnropo by the war, and also of Beciiring this result by giving those riices tho opportunity of free evolution along the lines of their natural Individualities and mother tongue. At tho conclusion of his address tho chancellor elicited great applause by saying: "The spirit of union shall lead us as It shall lead our children ! and gmndchlldren through the strug-� gles of their fathers toward tho fu-1 tnro of fitrengUi and liberty." ! Chancellor Von nethraann-UoUwog Indicated In his speech today that any suggestion ot peace on the basis of tho destruction of Prussian military i power would make possible only one I answer-the derman sword. I The chancellor stated that If Gor-' mnny'a adversaries desired to continue the slaughter ot men and devastation of Kuropo, the guilt would be theirs and that Qerinany would have to "stand It us mon." j Tho chancellor began his address with a review ot the military situation. He BtHtod that since his last speoch In the Rolchatag tlio Darda-noUes enterprise had ended as n failure, that the Sorljlan campaign, with the asslstancQ of Austrla-IIungary I und Bulgaria, had been brought to a victorious conclusion, and that Mou- toncgro and Albania likewise were now in the hands of Gemany's allies. A British attompt to relieve Kut-el-Amara, In Mesopotamia, had been in vain, and the Russians, although they had succeeded In occupying Erzerum with superior forces, had found their advance checked by strong Turkish forces, that Russian attacks against the front In East Gallola, and Italian attacks against the Isouzo positions had been heaten liaok. Moreover, he said, the Russians had driven columns against the Germaa lines but their assaults had broken down before Field Marshal Von ..Hindenburg and his heroic forces. The,chancellor declared that the reportB of tlie enemies ot this nation that the German military force'had been expended, were erroneous, as the Vevdua battle had proved that where operations were prepared with great foresight, and where the bravery of German troops I was called into .play,, one advantage after hnother was obtained. The chancellor declared It was the intention of Germany's enemies to extend tho terrors of war to the women and children of tms nation by starving them, nnd for this purpose Great Britain and her allies had interfered with the trade of the neutral*. AGAINST mis REGULATION Object to Paying $2 Every Four Years-Minister Defends The Clause A Dollar-Meal for Five Cents-The most expensive foods are quite often entirely lacking in food value. They do not build muscle or supply energy. Measured by the cost of most foods, a breakfast or luncheon of Shredded Wheat with milk and cream is worth a dollar-and the cost not over five cents. Two biscuits will supply all the strength needed for a half-day's work or play. EJdmonton, April 5.-The committee on agriculture this morning heard a deputation ot ranchers in opposition to the brand regulations! requiring a. fee of two dollars every four years or cancellation of Oie brand In default. The contentlou of the rancher 1b that they have an Inalienable Invested right In their brands. There Is no disputing and all they hare to do 1b comply with the regulations to retnlii that right. The dlsciisslon finally resolved Itself to the point, should a rancher be confined to one brand, and no notion was taken. The committee will call in Mr. Wilson, chief brond inspector, to give evidence before reaching a decision. Mr. Marshall stoutly defended the present regulations and gave no Indications of yielding. Amend Game Lavi/s On the suggestion of R. C. Campbell the game laws will bo amended making tho dates for shooting mountain sheep and goats, nnd deer and moose co-ordinate. At present there is a two weeks' intarmlssion and it Is a hardship on outside visitors who come to Alberta for their sport. The sheep hunting season 'wlll start on the same date as moose. Mr. Archer, of Innlsfail, wanted a, closed year for prairie chicken owlnB to the alleged rapid extermination of the species, but an amendment by Hon. Chas.'Fisher carried, restricting the shooting to the month of November. Made in Canada. In order that she may act as an instructress. Lady Harlech Is learnlns to make fancy leather goods. She in receiving Instruction through the Rural League. 36 9325 C41C ;