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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 8, JfllB THE LE'i'HBRIDGE DAr^iY ITERAT.O Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915 DRINK BAKER'S COCOA For its Delicious Flavor, its Excellent Quality and its High Food Value. ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS SOLD IN CANADA ARE MADE IN CANADA RiOttTIRCD TnAOR'MARK WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED E�tabU�hed 1780 MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, MASS. Worth of What the Press Agents Say Put in Stock This Week See the new iiiakes of Eljjin, VValtliaiu. iStaiMlni'rt aiMl the famous Swiss makes in Ke-j>ina and Loiij>ines Watches. HEADQUARTERS FOR MILITARY WATCHES THE STORE WITH THE STOCK Militai-y Wateiies from.......$2.75 to .$40.00 Ladies Wrist Watches .$2..50 to $�0.00 NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS WE MEE r ALL CAT ALO(.I E PRICES ""'"RMILlOyS LAY, NEXT WEEK "Tlio I'ppor Trail," tlio tour act iioys' ]iUiy which is liilled I'or preHeii-tation at tlic MajoHtic on Motuiay anil TueHilay noxt hy a cnnipany of -Ij local V. Al. C. A. hoys, promises to be tlio treat of tlu; year. All the boys uro vory keen In giving of their best efforts in support of the play, and a finished pcrformani;e is now an assured fact. Incidental music will he BuppHed by the Kilties hand, Colonel Pryce-.lones having extended the courtesy to those responsible for the presentation of "The L'ppcr Trail." Seats are sellinK rapidly, and a largo crowd la expected on both nights. Tickets may be secured from members of the Y..M.C.A. and at the Ilod'e.y Drug Co. Store. The profits are to he donated to the V..\I.C.A. boys' summer camp fund, whicli makes tbe appeal for support all tbe more worthy of attention. R. A. WRIGHT THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER, ESTABLISHED 1898. ISSUER OF IVIARRIAGE LICENSES. NO WITNESSES REQUIRED EYE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT Assignee's Sale OF THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF The Wilson Furniture Company, Lethbrid^e Inventory Value Dry poods................................... $2,768.35 Furnlliire and House Furnishings........1,276.90 Crockery and Glassware ...................... 621,70 Wall Paper.................................194.18 Fixtures...................................... 471.25 $5,332.38 Offers at a rate on the dollar will be received up to and including Saturday, April 8th, 1916. The highest or any offer not necessarily accepted. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO The Trusts & Guarantee Company, Limiled OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE, LETHBRIDGE. Majestic Vaudeville ' 'I'be current vaudeville bill at the Majestic theatre will bo again offered tonight tor the last time, and makes ja visit to the ibeutre well worth Willie. Collins, i'lllUutl and Lindsay have a novelty knockabout acrobatic act that Is brimf.uU of pep from start to linisli, and Is the liest act on the bill. Kent, Rae and Morris present a little domestic sketch in a neat manner, putting several songs 'and a weallli of comedy over in first rate i style. Good singing and a clever dancing specialty is supplied by Alvarez and Martell, and tlie painting act present, ed by Karltotj and Klifford adds a llnisbed touch to tbe entire bill. Good l)lctures complete a program that is wortb seeing. Scene from Alico lirady in tile last time tonight. "as Ye How," at tbe Kmpresa Tbeatre for iu the adjoining room arouses him. Going into the darkened room, be turns on the lights and finds that the intruder is a bedraggled and much frightened young lady. He recognizes the girl as Barada's daughter, wlio is a student at the college. At Starland Another of the wonderful Lasky productions, "The Immigrant," wii) be shown at Starland on Jlonday and Tuesday. The story is of a beautiful Russian girl who emigrates to America, to live with her sister In New York. On the way over she attracts the attention of two Americans, tlie ! one a millionaire and the other 1 young civil engineer. The latter Is' in lovo witli her and the former has I other designs. Her brothor-iu-Iaw, a i drunkard. Is ind\iced by the nillUon-' aire to force the girl to become a i member of the millionaire's house-\ hold. The engineer in the meantime has built a large dam in Arizona, and '. the millionaire, who is the centre of 1 a ring of political grafters, goes west with the girl, to destroy the aam, not being able to bribe the young engineer to put interior material In ..the same. He succeeds in destroying tbe dam but Is swept away In the rush ! of water. ' Tlie story is full of thrills, and vory ^ . interesting. SWEDISH SHIP SEIZED I.a.udon'a life, but the latter, after six weeks of delirl.uin In a hospital, slowly recovers. When able to sit up, tlie Amoricun'a long delayed mail is iiaiuled him. Tho first letter that ho roads Is one from a firm of lawyers Informing liini of the death ot his maiden aunt; also that she has left him'her property, a Mas. sachuselts seminary contalulng two hundred lively and entertaining young ladles, Uundon loixves tor his property, and arrives at tho college during canimoucoinont; makes, an elo-(|uent BpoQch to the young ladies, then watches the departure of students and profosHora with something of raerot. lie is left alone In tho empty college, witli no'companion save the care-lakcrnnd his wife. At ui�;tii * MQise DIZZY, wMmz Mrs. WjTJn Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her During Change of Life. Richmond, Va. -"After taking seven bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I feel like a new woman. I always had a headache during tho Change of Life and was also troubled with other bad feelings common at tJiat time - dizzy spells, nci-voua feelings and heat flashes. Now I am . in better health thon I ever was and recommend your remedies to all my friends. "-Mrs. Lena Wynn, 2812 E. 0 Street, Riclimond, Va, While Change of Life is a most critical period of a woman's existence, the annoying symptoms which accompany it may bo controlled, and rlDrmal health '.�estoved by the timely use of Lydia E. ^'inkham's Vegetable Compound. Sucli v/arning symptoms are a sense ;f Buil'ocation, hot flashes, headaches, ittckaches, dread of impending evil, imidity, sounds iu the ears, palpitation if the heart, sparks before the eyes, rreguloritie.!, constipation, vhriablc ap-:iolite, weakness and inciuietude, and Jiazinesa. For these abnormal conditions do not fail to take Lydin Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. . 1- Why Shamed by Blotchy Skin if you are a sufferer from Kczpma or unsightly pimply skin, you know just what it means to have that humiliating, backward feeling about meeting strangers and oftentimes friends. Many a time you have looked into the mirror and wished that your skin would he like other people that you know, "without a blemish." This wish can be yours for the asking. If you will go to the druggist and procure a bottle of D. D. D., the greatest of all skin remedies, apply it according to directions, iu a sliort time your skin will bo as soft as velvet. Como in and as".c tor a bottle today on our money-back guarantee. Ask also about D. D. D. Soap, that keeps the skin healthy. For 15 Years the Standard Skin Remedy J. T>. Hlginbotham & Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbrldge, Alberta.- Advertisement. mm Minneapolis, Minn., April S-Por bringing into the United Stales from Canada, for immoral purposes, a 16-ycar-old girl, James B. Hamilton was sentenced today iu the Federal district court to IS months in the federal pripon at Leavenworth, Kansas. Three months ago Hamilton and tho girl fled from Regliia. Sask., where Hamilton has a wife and four children and came to Minneapolis. Tho girl said Hamilton had promised to marry her. Hamilton told attendants at Hennepin county court house, where he was hold awaiting trial, that he wanted a divorce from his wife and thought running away with the girl was a good way to get It. Tlie pair lived in Minneapolis from January 7th until February 2nth, when they were arrested by federal Immigration officers. Since the arrest the girl has, been held in a detention home. Sho will be returned to Regina Monday. Her parents have told C. W. Seaman of Minneapolis, immlgrotion officer, that they want their daughter home. EDMONTON CHIEF IS EXONERATED Kdmonion, Alta., April 7.-Chief ot Police Ilill. charged by Joseph A. Clarke, ex-alderman, wltli subornation of perjury, was acquitted by the jtiry after ton minutes' deliberation in the I supreme court this evening. .Justice Simmons said he tiutlrely concurred in the finding. After tho case was concluded the chief was the recipient ot many congratulations. There were some interesting episodes toward the close ot the trial. At one time Clarke himself rushed out ot the court room, and returning witli his barrister's gown, attempted to take over tho case from the crown prosecutor iu cross-examination ot Hill. A Case for Mticarnis." SCENE FROM "THE IMMIGRANT," AT STARLAND TONIGHT Anaemia!! -Bloodleisnets '-Poor Condition Yuvrs is a case for Wincarnis Iu anaemia your blood caimot provide uourish-ment for the body. Therefore tha face becomes white and a feeling of utter weariness pervades the whole .system. To overcome ante-mia a wineglassfiil of should be taken three times, a day. Wincarnis ia&blood maker. It brings the rosea buck to the cheeks-gives a sparkle to the eyes-and .surcharges the whole body willi new, vitality and new life. That i.s why over 10,000 doctors recommend Wiucaruis, ASK YOUR DOCTOR OET IT AT YOUR DRUGGIST'S oi. Pinls, SOc, Qu�rU, �1B0 CA^AmA^f Aoent : frank 8. IIAI,lj, 07 Portland St. - - - Toronto. Ont. e Tea is ;