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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, 1915 THE DAILY HEKAI, D PAGE FIVE Specialists in Corsets, Hosiery and Underwear A List of new Things Ready for Tomorrow Girls'Ribbed Lisle Hdse 25c "Pi'incoia nnd Llille Beauty Hllibeil Silk Lisle for and little girls, a splen- did -hose' worth 35c; nlmdeH oE v.-hlto black; 'on ante New Patterns Nursery Cloth 2Sc Better known as Kindergar- ten Cloili, absolutely fast color, used exiilualvely for bloviaeK and all children's pulternH. A New Lot of British Serges Tomorrow we will have on Bale 501) yards or Prientley's All Wool Botany Sergei, sun proof, In a dozen shades, also ibFack aud white Check materials. A special bargain, per Nine Yards White Ftanneleitt for A BOft .fleecod. finlflll white Bixony FlannoletLe, 32 thla speclil WM quick- ly taken up last time. On ei nn 9 yard: for .....9 I >lf U Linen Finish, 28 cents Pillow Tubing tor 25c 50 yards of a fine quality nninhcd Pillow Tubing, regular luality, on sale tomorrow at OR ft Per yard bWw A List of Small Things that are Scarce, Now in Stock All Round Carmanl Dome on Tlpe. Fe.thtr Stitch Br.idB. Convint Trimming. Rlc Ric Brildl. New Vilenclennes Line. C.M.C. Supporttn, Extra wldi Gartlr Elwtlc, Brenxe Plnf. Gold Military Briid. Black Military Braid. Ovil Embroldiry Hoops. Lingerie Tape en card. Bills of Mending Cotton. Narrow Velvet Rlbboni. New Royal Hair NeU. Still Q Splendid Assortment of Coots, Suits and Dresses recelvlnff a Coats, Sulla and Dresses nearly every day now. Most gf them -ordered for our Raster ibuslneBB- Theae will be placed on. eale at prices to sail tlae times. Regal Suits are the Best fc Princess Coats still Lead J Lady Gordon Dresses ff Select Your Corset From the Larg- e Stock in Southern Tlierei la .1.50 dou-tit about carry the finest and. largest stock pf American and Corsets la SouUiem Albert well known, makes as "WARNER'Si" "NEMO and P! C. aid 1000 pairs now Jn stock. of D. fc A. Cor- tomorrow...... 95c Sale of Want'r'B Lace {rant Cornets.. GIRLS. CORSETS AND WAISTS FROM 65t .TO n.zs. MAIL .-OROERS FOR CORSETS ATTENDED TO" Rylands 8z Co. IffiUM fOB Resent Charges Concerning Treaimcnt of Women: Folk I Calvary, April thrca regi- ments u-Jiidi are in fiurrjtclfs ut Ual- 1 gary arc securing with excitement as a result of rt'porl niadc by a, coin- 'initlee which Look upon iUcU to in- vestigate drinking by soldiers and Uieir rcliilioLS with wonirn in the city. Serious allegations are made in tlic report, which publishcd'over Mifc .sii'uuturc of Hcv. D. K. Sliarpc, a local LJapList miiilEler, F. E. ry, ol1 this Alberta Temperance and Muiui ivefuiin, Tiiuimu; Underwood and, others. Ex-Aid, Hunt, whose name is also appended to the report, has repudiat- ed it in (ml 35 has Womlhall, another alleged signer. Colonel A. H. JJtll, commanding tliB -list, DaUalloii. j mliltesscd tlic men of liis regiment at noon today nuking them not to show i resentment in any Form and request- ing that they net like .soldiers under I the uircunistantTs. There in intense indignation in (he city over the alle- gallons made in the report which are not bulicvnd Lo IJK founded on tact. jTlie soldiers of the 31st, the 50th, 1 and the 12th Mounted Rides were planning to bold indignation meetings thiE morning instead of going on par- adc, .buL were prevented by their I commanding officers. Col. Cruickshank, D.U.L'., is our of city, foul it is probable that sonic i action may be 'taken on his return by the military authorities toward clear-I ing the "local soldiers of the ciouil under which ihey have been placed by the report. cind Mrs. D. H.. lOHon arc rc- uU'Jwp cougrittuJjitlyjj.H cm ilia ari'Ivji] 01.ii Tno KiHIc Hand lunicd cut on Hliort notice TucHday evening, and rciulerod of Uiulr HcoLi'li inutiic at the imtrlollc tea given by -Mrc. W. 1-Urdlc. JJiilsy, Hie diuighlcr ol'Mr juid Mrs. TlioiiiUH ilubscll of TwtmtlcLli slrccL Noi-in, who an at the Gait ho-snitnl yualerdiiv, ia 'CBslug fuvoj'ably. i The Alexander Unit Ulifioter. I.O.U. E., nrc reminded of Llm uuwiug to-l niorruw iiCtcrnoou at Kiglitli Blrcct! I Mr. Pliii Hawilon re I unicd this I iiornjng from Kings ton. wlierc liu lias jcen taking the ofliucrs1 truiniiig c aL It.M.C. If Mia-fsslul in his, cx'aihs. he will ohtaiji the, commission i lieutenant. It ib- .iliudbl saic lo I yrii t u la te L if 111 en a ti t J Ja on us success. On April 3, iu Uctroil, JIIcli., UIR of Isabella li. Gibson nnA Everett It. Jcues -.vaa port'onncd by lev. Edward H. Pence. Ilotli arc veil known in tin's city. Mr. Karl Ferdinand Diimetz of Scv- ;n Persons and Mrs. Isabcl'm f Lethbrldge were married at Wesley lust evening in ihe jires- ncfi of immediate relatives. Rev. GobbledIck performad ilic ceremony. Ir. and Mrs. Dinnctx will reside nt Persons, where lie Ims u shoe I usinesa. The intrinsic cost of a cup of lea. is nothing compared wiih die value in satisfaction that you expect. Don't Jet the dealer make an undue profit "by selllnE you a sulistitute when you want "SfVLADA." CANADIAN CASUALTIES .Act: :ress Telis Secret Ottawa, Onr., April casual- j ties announced by the Militia, depart-, ment this morning are as i'ohows: Fifth Battalion Reported 31. Pri- vate John A. Luton; Stratford, JSng- land. Tenth Battalion 25, Private James AfcWhirter, Waldeck; Sask. Fourteenth Battalion Reported wounded March Stretcher Bearer Reginald II. Drake; next of Inn, Harry Dralce, Montreal. Seriously Private Edward James Coombes, in hospital at iVotley; gunshot wouud in head (previously reported seriously Next of kin' A. H. Coomhes, Pcnty- pridd, South Wales. -30, 25716 Private Michael Gould; next of kin, Mrs. Mary Gould, Cork, Ireland. Fifteenth Battalion 30, 27700 Lance- Corporal William next of kin. David Matches, St.- Boners, Ork- ney, Scotland. A Well Known Actress Tells How She Darkened Her Gray Hair and Promoted Its Growth With a Simple Home Made Mixture Miss Blanche Tlosc, a well-known actress, 'who darkened her gray hair with a simple preparation which she mixed at home, in a recent interview at Chicago, miide the following siateniemnt: "Any lady or gentleman can darken their gray hair and make it soft and slcssy tin's simple re- cipe, which they can mix at home: To a half, pine of water add l oz. of bay rum, a small box or Orlcx and M: of glycerine. These ingrecl- con he bought at any drug store at very Utt'ie coat. -ApnK- to the hair twice a week until it becomes the re- quired shade. This will make a gray- halrcu" person Icok 20 "years younger. It is also fine to promote the growth J of hair, relieves itching, and scalp 1m- mo'r'si and is excellent foe dandruff and falling ,E. W, GRANGE, LIBERAL CHOICE Napanee, Ont., April 'of Lennox and nomination convention sit Napauee yesterday af-' t.erbon, unanimously selected Edward W.-Grange of for'lhe past" seven years representative of the To-, rbuto Globe at Ottawa, at! the Liber- al at Die ue.u Fedeia] elec- tion. TURK SAYS WAR WILL FINISH IN OCTOBER ..Paris, AAp.riJ dispatch from Geneva to tho Matin tjiiotes Djavid Bey, the Turkish minister of finance, as saying: "I am of the" opinion tlml the war cannot last much longer. The Germane be unwilling to make a second winter campaign. I expect, therefore, a defiuite solution toward the end of October." 'London, AprU cabinet hav- jD spirits is not likely to he adopted Ing failed lo come Iu a decision on without cobsideitible opppiition [com the drJak queptlojj, no is the vested interests. The influence of expected until paciiaipent meet] the faiTonnp voluntary abstin- jBaa-yeek. The impreealoii is is grow ing. Its latest recruits IOTejniM.it will coiteiit itielf include the beivfa-of chritchcs wfth bripimn in n mevture prohibit-' who haye pWje to abstain JDC the Mkt ol KTTO thil itep trom iatoiricaUij llquora dqring the will not b> bicltntvely a itnmmnt policy, cu be wr- vltkout coKultatluii wltb other ftrk Coostrratlve Right Hon. A. .J. Baliour, and Andnw Bihar lav btlieveil olrfadv to liare given' privatejy their asMmt to Wkatcver action may be prp- total prohibi- QNI SPOONFUL 01 Vlt l ASTONIIHINO RESULTS rtildeeta are astonlilml it the QUICK r-sultt from the simple mixture of buckthorn otc., 'known as Ailler-i-ka. ThlB rem- edy acts on BOTH upper and lover tloii be it this time. bowel ind is no THOROUGH 9, boire] 4hr prohibition of the eleuaBei- thut it noed "soocHBrully Mle at ipiriU Md poaiblr wine and In iippendlcRls. nt Utt ittength of bnr, Great Adler-f-kk relievei ANY .CASE BriUin (ollowinf the tool- of 'item- Ritiiia which bcfon the GIVE MI you uke tioo of tolij prohlblllpB fotbadf. the it, Hit- giue< iiwl out, or uie of splriUv '.T. D. Hlglaioiliirn A _Co., .Ltroltwl, 1-w' prohibition ol the trafflc T The opening- service oi tlio ten days' series, winch is to be held as a con- tinuation of the work which .has been conducted in North by Gilbart and McFherson Avaa held in Wesley hall lost, night. It took tlie 'form "oi a preparatory meeting, and several short addresses were given. Rev. Mr. Frances, Heir. A. C. Bryan and Mr. ot the splendid results that had been achieved, laying emphasis qii the widespread benefits derived as shown in homes from which none had even attended tlie -services.'---Mr.1'' Rose's words as to the effects of Gil- hart's addresses on tlie. working men who have heard liim iu .siich large numbers were particularly impressive.. He showed how.. Llieir lives' had been widened and cheered and uplifted. The most sanguine expectations, had been morn than and Messrs. Gil- uart and JJcPherson had proved them1 selves by men and very, succcsslully, Rev. A. H. Renoon spoke :on behalf ot the churches of South Leihbridge welcoming _the widening oE this Work to a city movement, anil urging the hearty, co-operation ot all. lie likened it lo the- earliest activities o[ the Christian church and foreshadowed great, benefits to come. Mr. McPherson led a large union choir and conducted a' very enjoyable song service- He tlso sang a very telling solo of his own musical set- ting, the chorus of which the audi- ence very quickly and heartily -ssBg.- Tonight Mr. Gilhart will speak on "The 'Magnetic arid a large attendance is rxpccted. The Wes- ley hall is comfortably seated and If not enough-the cliurch auditorium will fce UsfiH.. The song service begins and singers orp invited to help, the choir. It has liecn arranged to have great mass pi men .in Knox church next fiuiiday afternoon at 41 o'clock to'hear, a special'address Mri Oilbarl 6a "Manhood aud Iciship." From 40 to 50 Years of Age. How It May Be Patted in Safety. So. WalJIngton, D. C. "Fora JMT dur- ing tlie Change of Life I all run down. I WM really too weak to walk and was very despondent and thought I was going to die, but af- ter taking Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compoond and Blood Fariffer my health and strength returned. Tin. very thankful to you and prai se yourm ed i cin e. 1 arlvised several women who suf- fered as I did to try your remedies. Ywi may publish this if you wish." Mrs. DAVID R. MORRIS, South Wellington, Vancouver Island, B. C. No other medicine for woman's ills has received sucli wide-spread and unquali- fied endorsement. We know of no other medicine vhich his auch a record of sue- cesa M Lydia E. Pink ham VegtU- ble Compound. For more than 3D years It has been the standard remedy for wo- 1 man'i lib auch as inflammation, ulcera- 1 v nervous prostration, tnd we it is unequalled for woman dur- ing the period of change of life. If you Imvc tlifl ihat E.l'inklin ni's Vcgcta- ind will rice. Yuur letter will be refill Hml answered by womn'n. he 111 ID .tuifli FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ARE 5-10-15-20 and 25c DAYS Todny proved tin; popularity of thc.se low priced specials, Muiiy jico- Iliroiiged the store and took, ndvniilng'c of this opportunity (o pur- chase, goods al little prices, niuuh less thuu usual. Tu'uies arc still well sorted. .Call in tomorrow. Grocery Economies in Grocery MACK'S NO RUB I'er can p BISCUITS Per RICKETT'S BLUE I'ci" package ROOT BISCUITS, per packet ANIMAL Per packet packet PEAS, CORN OR BEANS, per Cin JELLY Marmalade CORN STARCH Per pncltrL CURRANT JELLY ST. CHARLE5 MILK Per tin CAGES J Una for KNOIR'S SOUPS o packets for Queen brand SCHEPPS COCOA-NUT JAM Per glass jar Per piLdtago JAM Pel' glass jar SUGAR, bar ,1 per pound POUND H. B. TEA MACARONI Pel" paokeL FLAKES a packets RAISINS, seedless. Per packet HOOD OATS 5 pound packet LIBBY'S DEVILLED MEAT, per lin POUNDS OF RICE c LOWNEY'S A Per tin y packets o c PUMPKIN Per Ib. EGGO BAKING POWDER IUU lOc Specials lOc BRASS'HODS, tend -lj.iitc.lies IUC CRETONNE, one piece only, dark red 3li inc'li pjain SILKALINES Rose FLUcT Sale price HAIR .NETS, mill n elastic, 3 for-.......... I UC MENDING WOOL 4 rt_ skeins or cards, 5 for.. I UC SUPERIOR BLOCK- ED TAPE, 3 for...... LINEN UNDER- I flfl WEAR BUTTONS 3 doz IUC HARBOUR'S LINEN THRtAO black, white or colors; Per spool MEN'S SOCXS, blnck only, special MEN'S WHITE LINEN COL All. sizes BRICKLAYER'S PALM PRO- Regular 35c MEM'S SOFT COLLARS in blue, tail and grev; 4 Regular 2oc for........ lUb LARGE SIZE BANDANA HANDKERCHIEFS Each TOOTH BRUSHES Eacli COLGATE'S SHAV- 4 A ING CREAM IUC COLGATE'S SHAV- ING STICK......... COLGATE'S SHAV- -t A _ NG POWDER __.'.. IUC COLGATE'S COLD 5REAM IUC COLGATE'S TOOTH 4 PASTE ......1 (UC CURLING TONGS 1ft ;ach IUC WITCH HAZEL ft _ CREAM, SPECIAL IUC BEAUTY PINS SPECIAL IUC COLLAR SUPPORTS 4ft_ for................. IUC RONE HAIR PINS in- to- IUC BABY FEEDERS o[ good finality .Turkish Towelling; colors pfnk and white and blue and white, Regular 15c BABY BIBS ol fine quilt- ed cotton embroidery edging. 25c values' tor............... IUC LADIES' GAUZE Fine rib, light weight 4 ft _, 20e values I UC lOc CHINA TABLE with odd pieces of China, etc. clearing at TABLE OIL CLOTH iu yard widtli. white and colors. While they, lost; per yard WINDOW SHADES, just 12 iu dark crimson. 36x12. Wllllo they last Sale price 25c 'H in IY4 d colors. 25c Extra: Specials BABY'S BIBS of silk 'and fine cotton very neat- ly finished, 50c value BABY'S BOOTEES, Veyel- la brand, cream and'pink and blue trimmed; 35c values LADIES' CORSET COV- ERS, yoke of lace and. em- ribbon trim- med, 35c values LADIES' WHITE MUSLIN DRAWERS, torclion lace trimmed, also hemstitched style; 35c values CHILDREN'S WHITE CORSET WAISTS, made .of ivhito coutil, sizes 2 OC to 7, 35o values ___ aaiVw .HEMP Neat greeii a'-ip'yard' wide, regular ,45c; Per-yard............ aCOC FLOOR OIL. CLOTH ENDS Just S in all, short lengths, sQimre .yard. BONE HAIR .PINS S for LINGERIE TAPE 3 for COC BIAS SEAM TAPE SIDE COMBS with- rhiu'e 2 pair for SEMI AMBER. BAR-. RETTES, i tor BARBETTES-with.'. .1 Rhinestones. 2 for BEST ENGLISH 3CA BRASS PINS, 7 papers COG LADIES' ITALIAN -SILK HOSIERY, black or white, per' pair VEILINGS, values up to 40e, per yard C inch all -silk TAFFETA RIBBON in all-colors, IVi yards for SEWING COTTON 7 spools -for SEWING 81LK......... 6 spools for EMBROIDERY SILK skeins for.......... MEN'S CUFF LINKS 75c values MEN'S HOSE SUP- OCji PORTERS, MEN'S EXCELDA HAND- KERCHIEFS 3 for........... MEN'S CASHMERE QEf, CwC MEN'S SPRING. 75c'-values MEN'S. TIE. PINS 50c values MEN'S POLICE BRACES, 45e values...____ MEN'S HATS OiSn 52.50 Values C5C MEN'S WHITE 4 pairs SHOE POLISHES. Black get brand or Tan Just. Out brand, 4 (ins C9C CQG 5c 5c Specials at 5c GLASSES, ShcrbuL Glasse Cups aud Sauc- ers, etc., each Just a. fen- ODD LINES O PLATES lo clear out at, each Ol SALTS AND olapK, neivt dcElgiis; CRETONNE EDGINGS, i rose, green, white and C colors, lOc values, yard Ol CLARKE'S CROCHET COTTON, each SATIN MILLINERY WIRE, per roll MENDING TISSUE On sale........... INDESTRUCTIBLE INITIALS, 2 for BONE HAIR PINS Per card VI BIAS SEAM TAPE fn White .................9C SHAMPOO POWDER Per packet TALCUM POWDER LEAVES, lier book 15c Specials 15c BABY BINDERS of fme quality, pure wool baby flan- nel. ?6c values 4 C for IOC BABY'S WOOL PILCHERS made of beat gra.de flannel, neatly finished, reg. 25c values BABY'S BIBS of silk and cotton, all neatly quilted and trimmed; 1 30c values I3C CRETON8, 2 pieces only, large floral effects, 32 ins ivide, reg 25c PLAIN ECRU SCRIM, one piece only; 35u value Just 10 pains of CHILDREN'S SOFT SOLED MOCCA- IT- SINS in red and tan I 9C SOFT COLLAR PINS 1C 25c.values IOC MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS- TWO in a d C Regular 25c 19C BOYS' WINDSOR IE- TIES, nil colors .......IpC BOYS' BRACES. 1 5c values IvG MEN'S SATIN SLEEVE PRO- Regular 2ne. MEN'S BOWS n all colors 20c Specials 20c TEA APRONS, line quality lace trimmed, good quality lawn; OHM 35c values LADIES' DU8T Made of mercerized handker-' chlefa in polka dot and fancy patterns; 35c values BABY'S FLANNELETTE BARRICOTS, come in.cream oaly; 35c values CHILDREN'S FLANNEL- ETTE UNDERSKIRTS, MaJ- loped edge, cotton walat, sizes 1. 2 and 3; !5c values '.....'....'CUC BABY'S VEILS of all wool, and mercerized mesh 35c values......... CUC. LADIES' BLACK AND TAN UEDE SHOE DRE6S- NG................. BLACK AND TAN SHOE 20C MEN'S ARMBANDS, elullc id lilver plated, ex- OAgij MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE c values aCUC MEN'S HEAVY WOOL OCKS, special BOYS' CAPS, Juit a w odd lines to clear Roman Meal Demonstration Roman Meal, made in Toronto, the Invention of a Canadian, Or. ftobt. Gr JacKaon, it. the moat .won- derful food ibid, ft is dark becauie it conUini tho "MEAT OF THe thertfera M that it makei, ivieai practically unneceitary. It makti porrilgi, meat dalielouf pancakaa on genie, muffint, braid or any baked product except paltry. For fMdlng chlldrtn, and the anaemic it hn no equal. It ii the greatest natural aid to dlgaltlon, and It positively prtvanta and relieve! conillpatlon, or money back. Attend tllll dtmonitratlon in our Grootry Department. 4 ;