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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta KUIDAY, APRTL 7, 191fi THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HKr:ALD PAGE NINR From Warehouse lo your Table wiUioiit lliu iiossiliilily of tin- sligliti'st, (luterioriiiion is (iiisiiroci by (lie new wniiJiiiiig: in wliiclt i.H iu)\v paela'd niiil .soiii. 'J'lit; old Ic'iii) ptirl^i'l.s lillc'.l (Ik; bill-bui. liiid several ilriiw-biieks. Every iioiist^v> ife knows (licn'i. Esisily (:orn- liiible ((� i)iiiH'tiire and nisi-only (^^(oni miule Uiuni iieeeplable. TIk; now "IM^riO IfllJBON" wrM|i))ei' is ii pevfnd ])a(;k-infr for ((11. Strojig, eleiui. himdy. dust-i)ro()f. iniper-vioiis to nioislnrt'. -In filiorl - A PERFECT WRAPPING FOR A PERFECT TEA As belore, a money-I)ack guarantee goes with each packet. Ask your grocer. PHONE 1224 Is a package of sweets from oni* store. All our well known confcctlonG are home-made. Mothers are assured there are no Impure or harmful Ingredients In our Home-made Candies and popcorn. Toll the boys and girls to go to KEITH'S THIRD AVENUE S. BESIDE P. BURNS CO. MANUFACTURER OF DELICIOUS HOME-MADE CONFECTIONERY AND QRISPETTES GALT HOSPITAL REPORT � Report for the Gait Hospital for the month of March, 191U. Number of patients iu hospital beginning of month .......... 7;'. Admittances dnring month ---- 73 Transients adraittod iilnrlng the month ...................... M J 52 Nunibftf' of patiei\J,s idischarged (luring month................ (iS Deaths during the month ....... Number of patients in hospital at end of month ................ Gl Transients discharged during the month .................... tA J 52 Lowest number during month .. .'iG Highest number during month .. ti9 Daily average during month .. G4.8 Number of hospital days (or private patients ................. 395 Number of hospital days for Ward patients, paying ..............1218 Number o� hospital days for Ward patients, free ............... 398 Total number of hospital days for the month ..................2009 Number of operations under general anaesthesia............. o7 Number of operations under local or no anaesthesia ............. IS Number of patients treated in outdoor department .............. r> Number of dressings and treatments In outdoor dcpartmont. 7 The hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks, the following donations received during the month: 2 cases oranges-The Trustees of the Hospital l^adies' Aid. 1 Ham-Mr. Max Donaldson, S. E, Wootton, Lady Supt. Sir Avniliam Turner, principal of Hdinbnrgh University, has just died at tliu ago of 84. A late president of the Hoyal Society, Sir William was a distinguished authority in anatomy and physiology. Worth of Wrist Watches Put in Stock This Week See the famous makes of Elgin, ^^^altliam, Standard and the famous makes in Kesina and Lonj?ines Watches. HEADQUARTERS FOR MILITARY WATCHES THE STORE WITH THE STOCK Military Watelics from.......$2.75 to $1().�0 readies Wrist Watrhes $2.50 to m>M NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS WE MEET ALL (ATALOGXIE PKIGl^S R. A. WRIGHT THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER, ESTABLISHED 1898. y, ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES. NO WITNESSES REQUIRED EYE SPEClA.lrlST IN CHARGE'OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT Capl. L. .M. .lolinstone is spending the week In Calgary, a guest at (ho I'alllKer.    Mrs. itohl. fiarrowman and little daughter are leaving tonight for Ottawa, where thoy will siwnd the summer.  w  I'le. Wm. Henderson, of the K2nd hatlallon, Calgary, has been spending a few days with his mother liel'ore going cccding. A'Iks Helen tinlvln 'is leaving Lob Angeles today for this city to join her jaiuii'.s. ,\1Iks (Jalvin is motoring as far as Denver, Co], .Miss Marguerite llanrahan, who has beiMi siiendiiig the last six monllis Willi relatives in California, is expected lionm toflay. The Da\iglitprs of the Kmpire and lliose Intr-rc.^tPil In their work are remludcd ol llii> address that .Mrs. W. 1). Sjjonee. nt Calgary, is giving tonight in the V. M. C. A. at S o'eloel;. A k  The Central \V. C. T. I.;, will meet at the Ued Cross roniiis for sewing tomorrow alteriKion. It is lioped that as many incmliers as i)ossit)le will turn out. * k * The li-eas'ircr of the Alexander Gait chapter 1,0.D.B. liegs to acknowlc  * I ; The following contributions have been received towards the Travellers' Aid fund during the month of March; l.O.D.E. $5.00; Wesley Ladies' Aid $.5.00; Central W.CT.IT $r>..10; Woman's Civic Club ?,').00: Knox Bible class ?1..'.0; Wlllard W.C.T.U. (Jan., Feb. and iMarch) $G.OO: Westminster Ladies' Aid $2.00; St. Augustin's W. A., (for Feb.) |3.00; St. .Monica's Guild (for Feb.) $2.00; St. Augustin's (for March) $:J.O0; St. Jlonlca's Guild (for March) $2.00; a total of $.'Ji).�0. * * * The Sergeants of the M.'itli Battalion were hosts at a very successful dance last night in the Knights of Pythias hail. The hall was suital)ly decorat.�d for the occasion and great credit is accorded the Kiltie Sergeants for the able way the evening's entertainment had been arranged. Among the ofll-cers present were Lleut.-Col. Pryce-.lones, Capt. Hardisty, I.,ieuts. W'at-kln-s-Ilancock, Scaddon, Horn and Kirkham. Supper was served at midnight, after which dancing was continued until an early hour. � R  The Daughters of the Empire are obtaining addresses of some prisoners of war who have no friends, from a man tlnit escaped from Germany at the same time as Sergt. Wells. They Intend sending them parcels from hero, as soon as the addresses are known. The I. O. D. F,L have helped the prisoners of war before but they have sent the money; now they pur-i pose sending parcels direct, acting on I Scrgt. Wells' advice; the parcels ' go free of charge. The sergeant m'g-j ed the loeal chapter to adopt some i Hritish prisoners. He said the men i from overseas wore well looked after, as Fnglish women )irofer to adopt i prisoners from either Canada or Australasia rather than Britishers, and many a British Tommy is without friends or relations. Definite arrangements will be made at the next meeting of the chanter. MONSON-MULLNIX Yesterday afternoon the wedding was solemnized of .Miss Alma Jlay Mullnlx and Mr. Oscar Ferono Mon-son, both of Turin. Rev. G. H. Cob-biedlck performed the ceremony at Wesley parsonage' SERIOUS FOR HIM Washington, April (i,-The govorn-iment Investigation of the alleged con-' noction of Carl Loderitz, German con-I sul at Baltimore, with the Issue of j an Aniericau iiassport to Horst von der GoUn, a confessed army spy, under i the name of Brldgnmn Taylor, has reached a point whero the next stoj: is to lay the bare facts before a federal grand jury. See U'riglit the .Jeweler's jidv. in this issiio and have a look at the new .Military Watches, for the Lothbrldgo Battery and lllith Battalion. 10(1-2 II.G.KILNER, , 612 13TH STREET N. -m- Boots and Slioes REPAIRS A SPECIALTY WHAT ABOUT THOSE RUB-BER HEELS? COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. E WE OFFER FOR SATURDAY FOR THE THRIFTY SHOPPER .....�[��IIIIMIIIflMIIWHIIIIBIMII I PMtg-aB- MIMWl�'M�lJIJIIII�lllliWWWIISISIIII�lMMIMIlJUIMmmBB��BiMW��MM^ NOTIONS AND SMALLWARE For Sill iinl.'iy iiiiUiy iiscl'iil nrticlt^s und ret)uisiics ciui lie [)U UHAI) THIS LIS r CAKi:i I LEV iscd here al :i vi^rv siniill cost Manicure rotiuisiti-s, n^g. 50c and 75c. OA-to clear, each ..................... JUC Fancy brooches, iiliis, rro.sses, etc, reg. OA_ 75c to $1.C0 valui's, to clear at. * ach JvC Pure silver mesh baus. change i>iir.-cs, vanity and card cases. al:-:o harmony box (^o op es, rcg. $6.00 to $8,00, each to clear ^0�Citi II.S only .Ma!nifactnr(>r.=i' sample hand bags in .Morocco !)atr and silk, 'rhese are to bo iold .at \ of maiuifaclurors' cost prices. Colored hairpins. 'JU in, ki ,-, in, long, -irk boxed, 1 to 12 in box, per box ...... IvC Writing Tablets, f. x s inclie-s -t {\ each .............................. iiJC Venetian Writing Pads. S x 11 incites, 1 lb. of best ihii'H paper, each ..... CiOC B. P. C. Cordoncltc, also Ooxler Sllko Cor-donottc. in whii.' ru, pink, sky n(\ and hello, f. ball, hails �jo for ............................... 15 c :', liee Crochet Warii op" price ............................. -Aliillnery tie wire on .spools in black and r while, per spool ..................... DC Kenaw's high grade perfumes per bottle ...................... Goodall's Imperial playing cards pur packet .................... Dressing Combs, tine assortment from each ........................ 10c to Men's Pocket Combs each .......................... American-load pencils OKr per dozen........................ �i3Q Childrens (diony hacked hair bnisibes 2Q(^ .Maniifaclurcrs' sanipies tooth brushes in all shapes and qualities, re:;, 23c to 75c If?-all one price, cjieh ................ XUC Ri''k Hack fancy white ami colored (rimming bi-ni.ls. Prices per bolt 10c, 12'-c, 15c, and ........................... Phyllis Blocked laiies, si.^es 0 to per bolt .......................... Dressmaker's Sp-el Scissors each .............................. Steel hat pins. :', on card, black or white. 2 cards lor................... Hbony back clothes brushes each ..................... 25c 25c 35c 15c I-ace and ribbon pins in all colors, on large, attractive cards, per card . . , , Banbor's linen thread iu white, black and grey, per spool ................ Bias seam tape, all widths. 10 yard lengths, iier pki.................... Ivanlioe linen buttons in sets of fi size.':. per set ........................... Stamped centre pieces, size IS in. in IS different designs, all priced al, each Tinted cushion tops, flags, roses and violets on satin finished denim, eacli Silk hair nets with elastic l,"j for .............................. Durable black hair not IS for ............................. Real hair fringe net each .............................. Heavy corn whisks each ............................. 20c 2h 10c 11c 14c 20c 15c 23c 25c 25c 10c 23c Hardwood .stocking darnors eacli ............................ \'ery heavy Kliouy backed clothes brushes, real b-isUes. each....... I'^bony backiMl hair brushes each .................... Best, quality ebony backed hair brushes bleached bristles, each ..........., Pilches's automatic l)achelor's buttons detachable, per packet ............. The (All One) embroidery stiletto each ............................. Uex white floating soap ?. for .............................. Toleveanx loiters for embroidery each ............................. Very heavy dressmaker's tripes each ............................. Nail scrubs (hardwood hacks) each............................. Solid backed, brisile nail scrubs each ............................. Hat wire, silk or cotton covered, also wire in black or white per bolt........................... 25c 25c 29c 5c 49c 49c 79c . 9c 23 c 25c 5c 5c 5c 10c ribbon lOc Ename!ware Sale Continues Sat. Many useful artioods are manufacturers' seconds from the well known firm of Davidson's Montreal, ami include tea kettles, ijudding-pans, bakers, stew pjuis, potato boilers double boilers, sauce ijans. coffee i)ots. chambers, buckets, w ash bowls, dish pans, etc. _-__�__-:-:-:-:-^- Candy List for Saturday Riley's Creamery Toffee, a fresh consignment, whipped creams, Bon Hons, Cream Butter Nuts. French Dainties, Russian Dainties, Rum and Butter, egg and milk assorted and Butter oiy .Milk Dainties, also Creamery Toffee. Sat. only, per lb. ^ * C Low ney's Milk Shapes. Sat. only per lb. 37c Pauline, BroAvn mixed. Sat. only, per lb. 10c Salted peanuts, toasted marshmallows. Imperial caramels, French nougats, cocoanut kisses, fruit Jellies, per lb.....^OC Spring and Easter Suggestions from the Ladies* Section LADIES' SERGE SKIRTS in navy and black, cut on the most approved styles, also in black and white checks. Moderately priced . .155.50 and up LADIES' CREPE DE CHINE AND SILK WAISTS, handsomely trimmed and thoroughly made in the newest stylos, sizes 34 to 44. Pi'ices.............1^2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and ui) NEW SILK SWEATERS in handsome colors of black. Rose, maize, green, blue and cream, etc, with hats to match. Sweater rf>^ fjrt prices, $9.50, Hats .................................... tp4:.UU SILK DRESSES in colored und black silk. Those are the rij"! jf| Art newest styles, and are priced .................... �1)aII�"u Curtain Nets and Scrims NOTTINGHAM LACE NETS, in white, ivory and ecru shades, 4'> in. wide, useful pattern, priced, per yard .................Ct'SC NEW COLORED BORDERED SCRIMS in cream and ivory shade �)A-with pink, yellow and blue borders, ;Ui in. wide, per yard .. " ENGLISH SATEENS AND CRETONNES, in. wide in a �r handsomo assortment of colors, very fine ciuality, per yard uuC Two Specials in Men's Wear MEN'S EASTER NECKWEAR in the finest assorted colors and styles ever shown. All are in the newest styles and In stripes, .50 doz. to choose from, priced at, each.............................uOC MEN'S SILK AND WOOL SPRING UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS finest quality, values $5.00 per suit, now only Aq Art per suit ............................................. $u.UU Boots and Shoes LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES, In button and blucher styles, hox. calf, patent calf, vici kid and patent, all sizes, regular $6.00 d�0 QQ special per pair .................................... �p�J��/�/ 30 PAIR MEN'S TAN CALF BUTTON BOOTS, smart and *0 Ct\ dressy boots, all sizes, $5,50 values, for ................ ^OmDv CHILDREN'S TAN CALF SLIPPERS, strong wearing shoes, QQ_ sizes 5 to 11 Va, reg. $2.50 for.......................... VVQ Specials for Saturday Sugar, Pure Fine Granulated- 10 11.1. Sack .... })0c 20 Jb. Sack . .. .$1.75 .oing Sugar, Fruit Sugar or Lump Sugar, ;! lbs. ti J C Corn Starch, special 3 packets ........... CiOQ. Corn Flakes, f^f 3 packets ........... �tOl, Shredded Wheat 2 packets ........... - titJC Puffed Wheal 1 9r per packet ........... xCiC Puffed Rice � 1 4 per packet ........... Itc.C Creamettes 9^*. 2 packets ........... �iOC Seeded Raisins, V2 oz. OO^ packets, ;i for ....... OJC Currants, -i P per packet........... ItPC Figs, finest cooking "ittn 2 lbs. for............ /uOC Prunes, finest OCi* 2.lbs. for............ CiiSC Pears, finest evaporated �) C 2 lbs. for............ JDC PenoheB, finest evaporat- �j r od, 2 lbs. ,.......... Ct%iC Sultanaa, finest Golden 2 lbs. for............. 03C Cocoanut, shredded nj' per lb............... CiOC Pickles, Sweet or Sour, mixed and Chow-Chow, quart OP-sealers, each .......... �53C Pickled Onions, 18 o:-.. Ojf|-, bottles, special ....... o\}C Tea, H. II. Co.'s Family Blend r;bi^^�=....... $1.10 Coffee, H. B. Co.'s djl a a special blend, llis. l*"v Turkish Coffee, AC^ 1 lb. tins ............ H:oC Coffee, finest Mncha and Java, per lb. 50c. special rij-i o [J week-end price, 3 lbs. for ................ ODC Tomato Catsup per bottle ........... uuC H. P. Sauce 9^'/� per bottle........... fcjjC Yorkshire Relish large bottle ......... OJ\, Pels Naptha Soap, fiQ/� per carton .......... U�?C Grapefruit, large Florida 2 tor ............... Royal Crown Soap 2 Cartons ........... Golden West Powder 2 packets ........... Welcome Soap Powder 2 packets ........... Lux 3 packets ........... Sunlight or Lifebuoy 11 bars .............. Gold or Ivory Soap 11 bars ......... Old Dutch Cleanser . 3 tins ............ 25c 45c 45c 45c 25c 50c 50c 25c 27e Royal Crown Cleanser 4 tins ..ji............ Sopada or Peartine, large AC, packets, li for ...... *4DC Rhubarb per lb.............. Celery, fancy Florida 2 lbs.............. Tomatoes, fresh per lb.............. Lemons Iter do/............ Bananas per doz........... Oranges, j-A per doz. 25c, 33c, 40c & iJvl. Grapefruit, California, special, 4 for 15c 25c 25c 30c c 25c Week-end Special Flour, II. B. Co.'s Seal of Quality Brand, Guaranteed No. 1 Hard Spring Wlieat. 24 lb. Sack . . 89c 49 lb. Sack .. $1.75 98 lb. Sack .. |3.45 Lettuce, Radishes, Onions and Cucumbers Corn Meal. 10 lb. sack .... Graham Flour 10 lb. sack Wheatlets , 10 lb. sack ---- Oatmeal 10 lb. sack .... Rolled Oats 8 lb. sack ...... Marmalade, Robertson's 39c 39c 4^c 39c 33c ! 79c Raspberry or Strawberry ff\, .Tam, 4 lb. pails ..... iifC Jam, Raspberry, Strawberry, Peach, Fear, Gooseberry or Currant, all with Apple pj 4 lb. palls ........... fttJC Pineapple Marmalade, special 1 lb. jars ... Scotch, 4 lb. pails 27c The Hudson's BayJCp, A+B ;