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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta �IRSDAY, APRIL G, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD RYLANDS & CO., Specialists In Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear. The Navy Blue Tailored Suit Is Again a Favorite And Here are Smart Models in the Finest British and French Serges STYLES may come and styles may go, but the blue tailored Suit still r�e- /! tains the foremost place amongst those who are considered " good dressers.*' At present ^ Blue Serges and Kindred Cloths predominate in our Showing of Fine Tailored Garments in the new Ready-to-Wear Department. we are showing -at Fifteen Dollars Two spoolal bargaliiH-one model in practirnj, / a plain tall-orod stylo, with boll, the ollior a sniarl mtv.- jligluly bloua-t!(l In front, with bell at back. Ikilli slyloij (i^o amart, wldu L'luring skii'tB, sizes ;!4 to 43. Ry lands &Co. How Would You Like To Buy At Wholesale Prices THE GOOD CO. SIAIEIN RECRO ES A �J indoii, April C-Promior Asquith e a Btateinont in roKanl to recnilt-The Premier's statement waa fo, as a response to agitation ot jrled men, that all single men Uld be called upon before married i enlisted and the equally inststud lands ot some political loaders that Hce bn made compulsory tov all i ot military age. The Premier the Kovornment was engaged in Hilling tlguroa of rocrults obtaln-undor l.ho present system and es-itlng what additional number ot 'ults was necessary. Premier Ah-h, who arrived early today from y, was bombarded with questions n various members, but lii most 38 his replies wore iioii-comiiilttal. answer with reforonco to recrult-Is hardly calculated to satisfy the oulst advocates, who demand from Jrew Bonnr Law, Unionist leader the commons and secretary for bntes, an Immediate decisluu, patoiiing to defeat the government a want of cgnfldonco vote in case kn unsatiafactory reply, KILTIES 1 PAGE FIVK > > .;-.^ ^ .> ? GERMAN SUB SUNK ^ ? ? iriB, April li.-A German ftniarlno was sunk today by guadron of French and B;'l-IwarRhlps, the ministry of Vi'^ announced last night, crow of the submarine lapturod. It the Press lents Say FAl A SICIANS teTICTON Tonight at world renowii'l Cliernlavsky only ap|)oaran> Chcrniavskys, pianist, viollnlsil ; Ively, have mot marvollouH recc; lajestli; thuutru the uksIhii arllBts, the win makf. thnlr ii 111 is flty. The .Inn and .Mlschel, i(l 'celHst respect-111 tin short of a 111 nvery city they have Includ'(Li iiielr Canadian tour. They have i* accepted overy-wliorc as being w^riul musicians, and tlieir work liaHt,, praised most highly by leadlnr^uslcal critics throughout the I'ttniun. During Ihoir ciirf:or8 they b;S|,,iviMl almost every civilized couni&u tlio world, earning for themsel-^i, ,iost envl able reiuitatlon. There has been an Tbciilional hv forest arou.'sed locall. %r ihn visit of tlicac talented arift ;,id they will surely meet with ilnthuFlastlc reception at tlie Majesri^iii^hi, The concert will start sUari.% k iT'. and reserved seals will be onfu ;it Medleys until 7 o'clock. PHONE 1224 -a/ Twenty-two DMars you Will have an unlimited choice of real smart designs. Some are belted, some with pleated skirt on coat) some plain tailored. All sUlrtR come in the newest wide flare, sizes 34 to 40. -af Twenty- five Dollars are El .Many model suits, selected from the tiest makers In the [Cast. The styles are so numerous that space forbids a description. Men's serges and gaberdines are the cloths used In the making of these exceptionally smart tailored milts. -Thirty Dollars are the Best Suits in our entire collection. Home of the styles have a touch ot taffeta silk trimming, others are sonii-tailoiod-the very acme of slyln, fit and finish. No better suits are shown In the city even at $35 and $40. Every suit lined with Skinner's guaranteed satins. ) i Satisfactory Alterations-At No Cost To You Great and chap-filHht, srrow ,rllo-lar At tlie Orphc The Orpheum presents Howard, Scotch ventrilo I Clayton and Lennie, the hu' 1 py and the English .Johnny. ; tomorrow afternoon and night. j The Great Howard in his ! quial act will present the : comedy, entitled "At the Do' It Is a scream. Mr. Howard ' composer of a new patriotic so titled "I'll Be a Long, Long Way � Homo," which he has deCioatt 1 the Returned Soldiers' assoclati Clayton and Lennie will offej- t comedy skit, and It's no Idle boas say that they are sure of a hei applause. he I ii- i Mrs, A. Cazler and little dangliK'i of CardHton are spending u few dii.vi In the city. Mr8� H. H, (iiiy will giv.' II lea to morrow ftu' .Mr.s. lO, Downin;;. Wm loaves to reside in Lfithhridtre.-t'al gary Herald. V W * Mrs. li. .\'lniiJionn and MIkh .Mlklret' Nlmmons lelt yesterday on a Klior visit to .Mr. and .Mrs. Clem .Vimnioni, at Cochrane, Alta. The. Victoria Order .No. \\'\ Uir h. O. B. A. will bold their regulai meeting toMlglit in the MooKe linll, Hlginbotham block. Mrs. Tennant, siBter-iiiliiv. ot' .Mr. Aaqulth, has offered l.,yiiiii|mr castle, near Hytlic, to .Mr.s. Sanford I'lcinlng, of Ottawn, as a homo for Cuiiadian wounded.  �  Mr. and .Mrs. Hurt .Mii.vwi-li. who have been Hpoiiding the winicr in tlic jclty, have returned to tlu-ir liirin at Coaldale. The Ladie.s' .\id oC itlmri'li held their re;;ulur niontlily mi'ctin;^ yesterday artenioon. It wu.'i decided to hold their annual KastiT [-ale oi fuMCy work and home codking on Thursday, April 2iiili. Mrs. Fani!, who with ht-r ilaughler Beatrice, has been Kpending tlie winter with her mollier, .Mrs. Duff, Ik leaving today for Kort SaHl;atcluiwan to visit her dau.?hter, .Mrs. .MiCunias. After spending a abort time there, Mrs. and Miss Fane will proceed to their home in Vegreville. MILLIGAX-STJLLIVAX At Kno.v manse yesterday afternoon Rev. A. H. Denoon united !n marriage Miii.': Margaret Agnes Suiliian and Mr. William Henry .MIlllKan. lioth of Haley, Alta. Rev. .J. C. Howey, attached to the A..M.C. here, asiiisted in the service. POOLR-ROHIXaON I .X quiet wedding was porl'ormed last : night when Mis.s .Ada Agnes Robinson land -Mr. Reuben Poole, both ot Bur-jdett, Alta., formerly of Illinois, were 'married. Rev. O. H. Cobhiodick performed the ceremony ai Wesley parsonage. EK-END 1 Sugar, Pure Fine Granulated- 10 II). Sack . . . . lM)c 20 ,11). Sin;k . . . $1.75 At Starland A splendid picture Is "The Ava lanche," which was shown at Starland last night and which will be the feature again tonight. Splendid acting and splendid costumes and scenic effects, combined with an extremely interesting and romantic story, make this one of the best productions shown at this theatre for some time. In addition to this flve-reel feature, another ot the Interesting Paramount Travel Pictures will be shown tonight, as well as on Friday and Saturday. A special educative feature has been arranged for the week end- "Salisbury's Pictures ot Wild Animal Life in America," fat which Rex Beach Bays: "Unquestionably the greatest hunting, ilshing.and outdoor pictures ever shown." These pictures were taken in the wilds and are full of thrills and adventure. No one sho,uld tail to see our wild animals in their ! native haunts. The Paramount Tra^ i vel Picture will be shown In addition to this six-reel feature. ROBLMSOX-FA\\-\S Rev. G. H. Cobbledick united in .arriage yesterday evening .Miss Nel-Fawns and Mr. Lewis Arthur Rob-on, both ot Raymond, Alia, The ony was performed at Wesley onage. When fourteen men wJio aro coming from Calgary, where they have enlisted with the KUtles, arrive, the Lethbrldge Highlanders will have 850 men or wlth'ln 300 of the mark. Outside recruits are coming in rapidly and the nnitis llUing up quite satisfactorily. At the Majestic Headlining the vaudeville bill which will play at the Majestic theatre on Friday and Saturday nights this ' week, with a special matinee on Sat- ' urday, will be Collins, Elliott and Lindsay, In their diverting comedy , acrobatic specialty. Two comedians with remarkable "knockabout" propensities, and a charming young lady j who displays several stunning gowns compose the trio. ' It, as eminent savants have claimed, laughter Is an aid to digestion. It would appear that a view of the offering of Kent, Rae and Morris, who will also be on the bill, would be efll-caclous as a remedy to a grouchy nature, nielr act Is delightfully droll and original. .\lvarez and Martell, in a classy singing and dancing act, will be a big asset to the show. An artistic toucli to the program will be given by Karlton and Klifford, who offer an elaborate transparent painting novelty. Four reels ot excellent pictures and a good n\uBlcal program by the Majestic orchestra will complete the bill. The same popular prices will bo in effect. NOTED PUBLISHER DEAD Idlnhurgli, April C.-Tho death oc-^ed hero Tuesday ot David Doug- the noted publisher. For several [rs ha wiiB odltor of the North Di'lt- HevlQW. llo was horn in ISas, show their appreciation of the done by the ladies of the church, on of the congregation of Knox 1 entertained right royally last t a social. The basement ot rch was crowded, nearly three \ people ;beins present. .A very c"JoVg program was given com-poselrjf tlie following numbers: PlanAjo^ mvs. W. H. .lohnson; read-Ins. \. Felger; song. G. E. Fleming; llo duet. Misses O'Hagan and Murral.joiin solo, Mr. Lay ton; original atlgs, "My Ancestors," Walker DunhaAgolo with violin obligato, Mr. antirs. Layton; address to tho ladies, {t>_ Wallace; reply ^y Mrs. W. H. 4-neld; trio, .Mrs. Layton, Misses SlL and Hazcll, accompanied by MessrSadowskl, Layton and Salmon. .Vfnii]-. Wallace's address, a very plea* part of the evening's entevtalnm\ took place, the notes and contraA'or the pipe organ were burned, thtBt chleflv to the energetic work Sue ladies. At the coliaion of the program relroslinientBVre served by the men. Mr. aAj. Hifrinbotham poured tea and Mrt .Marshall poured the coffee, botVeii not being accustomed to theAgociui honors, preferred to standi 'phls fact coupled with liavlng theliR assistants dressed up with whllapi-ons and little caps caused mil ,ierriment. The men had not I'orien tlio Moral doc-orations and liai,-ranged bunches ot yellow and reVmps on the tables. The evening waV,,,,), 'a splendid success and everyl luul such an enjoyable that on A motion of the ladies it was decldik, make the men's social to the Vies an annual affair; this motion \v\,.;,iTled uuHUi-mously, A very impressive u of tho pro coodings was the rcsYso of those present to the motloV of Sheriff Young and B. N. HlKVotham that the audience stand foiAfull nilnuto In silence In honor oiVo hoys of tha church who are ^'^hnn tit the front. The response to t\ ^vas spon- At the Empress "The special attraction at the Hni-presB this week will be "The Miracle of Lltn," a Mutual master picture, featuring Margarita Fischer. It is a modern drama in fo.ur. parts, dealing with the Important subject ot birth control. Elicanor SeawoU's girlhood has been one swift, inipnsstonod lllght through tho garden of love, for she has had a single, auspicious love affair and had found Joy without ever having known sorrow. lJunl'orth .Sea\voll was delighted to see how hrilllantly his wife took her iihico in his exclusive set. On the night of the ball celebrating tho first half-year of her marriage, rcieanor, suddenly dizzy and faint, escapod alone Into tho moonlit garden, in the relief and stlllnosa of that beautiful placo, there came to her the first premonition of what those ill turns, frequent of late, actually meant. Instantly her soul revolted. Motherhood would mean tho giving up of everything she was living (or. A hateful btu'don had fallen upon her- and whose fault was it? Tho tears sprang to her eyes. There swept over her a wave of revulsion against Uur husband. To SCO tho llnisli ot this dellffhtful story, visit tho RmpresH lonlglil. taneous tromc. and ImpresBlvc \ jin, ex- mmm R TUe convention of the Woa�. (, nada Irrigation association \ ijo hold In Kamloops on .fuly -U, Vimi 27, and there Is promise lliat YvUl bo fully as well attended aBUst. which have previously boon h^ip Letlibridgo and Calgary, it is V-j that many of the irrigation faiyj.s of tills district will be able to a and It Is also hoped tlint an exhih' Irrigation productB-'trom this dis will bo displayed at'the convontioi order that outsiders may liave st Idea.ot what la being done liere. .cing Sugar, Fruit Sugar '^'7- or Lump Sugar, I! lbs. fci I C Corn Starch, special "^C/* packet!) ........... fcitJC Corn Flakeo, "JK,/* 3 pacll��5D Rice, good sound O C 1 lbs.............., cOC Sago or Tapioca 07� 3 lbs............... Cil C Macaroni 01 ?* ;; packets .........., ^ 1 C Crisco Ort 30c, 60c, and...... �pl�* 2 packets ........... tOC Welcome Soap Powder 4C_ 2 packets........... TcDC *)^r 3 packets ........... ttOK, Sunlight or Lifebuoy CA� U bare .............. DUC Gold or Ivory Soap CA/. 11 bars ............. OuC Did Dutch Cleanser 3 tins .............. /IDC Royal Crown Cleaneer 07_ 4 tins ............... HQ. Sopade or Pearline, large 4 C _ packets, 2 for ...... TlDC Rhubarb 1 C per 11................. ItJC Celery, fancy Florida OC� 2 lbs................ ii�5C Tomatoeg, fresh per 11)......... Lemons per do/, ..... 25c 30c 30c Bananas per (lot. ......... Oranges, (-/v per doz. 25c, 33c, 40c �. OUC Grapefruit, California, special, 4 for....... Grapefruit, large Florida 2 for ............... Lettuce, Radishes, Onions Cucumbers 25c 25c and Wcek-enrt Special Flour, H. n. Co.'s Seal of Quality liriind. Guaranteed No. 1 Hard Spring Wheat. 24 lb. Sack .., 89c 49 lb. Sack $1.75 98 lb. Sack .. $3.45 39c 39c 45c 39c 33c 79c Raspberry or Strawberry 7Q _ Jam, 4 lb. pallB ..... � UC Jam, Raspberry, Strawberry, Peach, Pear, Gooseberry or Currant, all with Apple / C _ 4 lb. palls ........... T:0C Pineapple Marmalade, special 1 lb. jars.....Ci t C Corn Meal. 10 lb. sack 4. Graham Flour 10 lb. sack ...... Wheatleta 10 lb. Back ......... Oatmeal 10 lb. sack ......... Rolled Oats 8 lb. sack ........... Marmalade, Ilobertson'fl Scotch, 4 lb. palls ... FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Witli ev(>ry purchase oi' a 98 lb. Sack of Seal oi' Quality Flour Avo will:give FREE 1 LB. of Eggo Baking Powder. ENAMELWARE! Our Gigantic Sale of Enamelware will . . . continue on Friday and Saturday. 'S BAY CO. ALKALI IN SOAP BAD FOR HAIR Soap should be used yery cwehiHT, if you want to keep your hair lookliuc ite. best. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much aJkalL This dries the scalp, make* the hair. brittle, and ruins it. The best thing tor steady use la Just ordinary mulslfied cocoanut oil (which Is pure and greaseless), and Is better than the most expenalre soap or anything else you can use. One or two teaspoonfula -will cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It In. It makes an abundance ot rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, removing every particle ot dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp soft, and the hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. You can got mulslfied cocoanut oil at any pharmacy, It's very cheap, and a tew ounces will supply every member of the family for months. Adv. Scene from the act ot the "Great and tomorrow night. llowavd" at tlie Orpheum tonight EVW1GELISISAD0IESS LARGE CONGREGA Another large congregation heard lOvangolists Hojjue and Webb in tho Christian ciiurcli last night. Mr. Hague's topic was the "Dlvino Challenge," In which lie showed how Christ dealt with the chnllengos of His rights as tlio Son of God. The evidences ot theso rights were cou-tnined in the alutonients of the Bible, in the fact that Christ fultllled pro-lilieslos, in His character and wisdom disphiyud, in the harmony of His lite ami teachings, and in tlio fact that Mo Is tlio Hlson Christ. Mr. Webb's slnfeing was ukprcciated. Tonight Mr. Hoguo will speak on the subject- "Will tho Old Book Stand," and hu v.'lii deal with the groat revolution ot tliought that iH,taking place now. On Sunday a meeting for boys and men will bo hold at 3.30, when the Buhtect will be "Father from the Hoy's Viewpoint." GERMAN MACHINE IS BROUGHT TO THE GROUND London, April 4.-The British official communication Issued this evening Bays: "Yesterday a German machine was shot down by one of our aviators behind our lines south of Souchez, Tho pilot and observer were both killed. ELECTED MAYOR MadiMon, Wis., April 5.-George C, Saylo was elected mayor 6ver Bribert N. Nelson, former district attorney, by 278 majority. 63rd BATTALION ABOUT TO DEPART FOR OVERSEAS Kdmonton, April 3.-The Bulletin Is informed that both tho B3rd and �6th may leave the, city within the next few weeks, preliminary announcements to that effect having just been received. When little ones are peevish, give Rexall Orderlies; constipation Is often the cause, Sold only by Rexall Drug Stores, 15c and 25c boxes. J. D. Uiglribotllam & Co,, Limited, Lethbrldge, Alta, Adv. "is good tea** Sl'.'/i.!'- li> ;