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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APnrL* 8, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY K^rnALD PAGE NINE Rylands Saturday Night Bargain List An oxcei)tioiial list ol' bargains prepared for a big tbroo-bour sale lonigbt. I'^very ilom Ustod hero is a real bargain. Sale starts at 7 o'clock and. ends at 1 0 15c PONGEE SICK, exlrn fine quality, roe. 60o, natufal 4Q_ color, tonight only ii yd. TtJC LADIES' VESTS, tlnu Swlas rlli with short or no .sIkqvo , tonight only ... LADIES' HOSE, faal colors, seanilpsfl, elastic lops i C _ sizes 8^2 to 10. tonight IOC KID GLOVES, 0(1(1 linus of Ian or Kvuy Blov(JS, not ev- "TC _ ory size, tonight only I D C BOYS' STOCKINGS, heavy ribbed cotton, bIzos F)Vj to toniglit only HAIR RIBBONS, a now lot of all silk ribbon, 1.0 different shades .. KERCHIEFS, extra qnalUy fluf^ Swiss KerchlefH, embroidered edges, regular 25c and -i r 30c values .......... XOC 59c 18c lot or 12k CORSETS, 25 pairs of P.O. Corsets, alzca 19 to 20. well mtule,. perfect fitting, tonight only ............. ROMPERS, heavy weight, blui? Chanibray, to fl year CA_ �ilzes, e.xlra s[Kiclal .. DvC DRAWERS, Ijidies' fine Spring weight, knit drawcru, OC - light or loose knee... J3C NIGHT GOWNS, made from fine long cloth, trimmed with neat embrolderery edge, la- QC _ dies sizes, tonight .. �70C CHIFFON LaWN, yard wide, finest quality for wal.'Jts, dresses. 25c (juallty for 15c UNDERSKIRTS, Heatherbloom material, colora,ipnd- dji i C dy, blue, etc. tonight 1  1 3 These Bargains for the Men and Boys ite or lOc MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, heavy weight, blue ohunibray, 15',i to 17, tonight only DRESS SHIRTS, fine stripe, light percale, stiff cuffs, sizes ir. to 1GV4. tonight onlv ..... ........ MEN'S DRAWERS, size M only, medium natural marlno, tonight ____ MEN'S SUSPENDERS, quality and extra strong ............ 75c 84 on- 50c extra 25c MEN'S KERCHIEFS, White khaki, 10 dozen on sale, each.......... MEN'S SILK TIES, all brand new, light or dark silks ........ ...... CtOC MEN'S SOCKS, on sale tonight only men's natural wool, Bocka, regular 35c OCj> tonight............... uOC MEN'S OVERALLS, with bib, stripe denim, also plain pant ovoraU. Tonight only............ New Lady Gordon Suits Tonight, $15 RYLANDS & CO. Everybody Delighted With MODEL BAKERY BREAD It looks good and tastes good-Is satisfying and nutritious -iN'ew customers ax'e being added to our list daily. If you do not eat Model Bakery Bread, we Invite a trial. Ask your grocer, oi* phone 1175 and tbe rig will call. N. J, SCHWEITZER, Prop. Solid Ckocolaie ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE GER VER ESA N 200.000 Mrs. I'otor Lund haii renirnf^l from u short visit In Wardner, H, (', ' I .\lr. and .Mrs. VIncimt I'i'.ikH ri>tiini. -ed. yoKlerday from t'uli;i\r.v, whcri' ! they spent their lioneymoiui. ' ... I .\Ir. .lolin Horne left vrsltTiliiy on | u short trip to (;iilgury iind l".(lm(]n- ' Ion. 1 ... I Mrs. K. A. Hhavman liikI .Mrs. rfid- , ney .Ijnekson have i-etinncd from n | Bhort Y^]) to Calgary. I The 0. I'\ Club will im-ul m (lit! ' home or .Mrs. i'.riui.ehiuv, '.'Ui; mu St.. 1 at o'clock .Monday allcnioou. Mr. and Mrs. Henry .lo'.instoii aro | leaving todiiy for \\'lniil|ii'g wliere : they will reside In fulwrr . # * i The Art Needlework Chih will meet i on .Monday afternoon al Uic lunne | of .Mr.s. C. 11. Devine, 121;; r.ili Ave. Houth. ; 'Y'OU will never find another Chocolate of such dis-tinctive and pleasing flavour. Indeed, these dainty pieces of Chocolate arc quite a departure irom the ordinary run of solid Chocolate-' more satisfying-more enjoyable-more I'aris. April 7.- The Gorman Ionises before VercUiu \\\> lo (he. pr. wholesome. The Cocoa Beans they contain arc direct from the realms of the sunny Equator, and the finest money can buy. The milk is rich and creamy, and the sugar ex-tractcd from the finest cane. All combined to make a solid Chocolate of quality unrivalled in the worla. No effort or expense is lesomc LiWe mm CANADA /I' : Gross ? tliur Warren Wulle. wiio ha ? confessed  to poisoning hi : fatlier-in-law. .lo!m K. I'rek millionaire dru;; manufacture : of Grand Rapids, ,\lich., enter : -cd tlirough his counsel today i ? plea of not guilty wlien ar ? ralsned on the Indictnien,' : charging him with murder i > the first degree. His counse however, reserved the right > change the plea within 10 day I ; : : ? > ? > .;. .> .> .: .Mr;;. M Downiii,';, wliu i;-. evii'a'ijd r>S� ' to(!-.v to .i'liii her liKsiiaiiil. tlu'. ni;v,- j i'HP furer'ntc-uleiit of tlie Herald .lot) Oe- : ,!�� ''t\ 1 artmvni,'lias been the KiK't^t irf honor ; iiiliL at many social aiYairs in Cab-'ary llic last cnupU' of weeks. .Xi'dirdin^ to I the Albnrtan: � A vtry enjovable lea was SI'- en Toronto. April S.-J. Rur,;ell Snow, coun.-a;! for C'oidoii McCntchi'on, lodnv Thi-rf.day l)y .Mrs. Homer Gay in hr^ncr of .Mrs. K. IJowning, who leaves today I tor I.ethbridge to join .Mr. IJowniiij;, i when among the suests were .Mrs. Carson, Mrs. O'Donnell. .Mrs, Wliit-locV:, .Mrs. Ueynolds, .Miss Andrews of )''eil IJoer, .Mr.i. Snenco. .Mrs. .lolin- | Hton, .Mrs. O'Dell, Jlrs. Crayaon and Mrs. Leech. Mrs. Hugh .McCalluni was the hostess at tea and IMrs. .1. 11. .lobnson ul a hr'dsre this week In honor of Mr.s, 10. Downing. announced thai he had been informed liy the provincial attnrncy-:-;cncral that ' i ho crown will not prcBH the charjje of Ihert asuinst the four McCulcheon brothers, David S., Gordon D,, Clarence and J. U. .McC:utchcon on which they were arraigned on March H lu.'it, following their acquittal on the conspir-I acy ciiarge.on Murcii 10. There were i four counts In the theft charges. i "3 nartlcularlv California i Calgary, her guests being Mrs. .T. N. "to 'tHllv" CarnlU on^ i R"<=hle, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Ewart r.^ L/fnMi.�"l..?n!and Mr8. Colpraan. The Daughters A. gift of �5000 for the purpose of endowing & ward to he named ."Re-Kljiald Hlrat Ward" has been made to. Iluddersfleld Uoynl Infirmary ' by .Mrs. Kate Edith Hirst, of Kirkburton, in memory of her late husband, Reginald HlraL of the firm of Thomas Hirst and Co., Ltd., wool merchants, Hudderall(ild, 13ngland. Easy Rinsing IVORY SOAP rinses easily. It does not stick i, to the skin because it does not contain linsaponified oil. The rinse water, whether cold or warm, removes every particle of soap instantly. The' pores aire left clean in every sense-clean of dirt, clean of soap. There is rio smarting or burning. The' skin dries; soft and smooth without a suggestion of soapy shine. ' Your skin will feel comfortable and look its best after an Ivory Soap bath because it reially will be clean in the strictest sense. 8 cents IVOHYSOAP PLOATS � P/9f^9rA.Ompiej!i(:tories in Hamilton, Canada '�'; There is a great pro-German propaganda being spread in tlie PacLIc coast states according I^othbrldge'g returned soldiers, who i is just back from u couple of months spent lu the southern clime. The Germans, he states, control the press In many places, and It is ludicrous to read the stuff they print. One paper in Santa Crui!, says Billy, Is owned by Qarmans, and during the Verdun Bghtlng, carried such heads as "Ver dun Fallen; I'aris and Ivoudon Threatened." Billy was well received by many people In the soutli, and was given the time of his life. COMMISSIONERS WILL HAVE i railway lines are to be constructed TO GIVE APPROVAL [the board of railway commissioners (Ottawa, April T.-The acting minis-1 will first have to give approval of the ter of railv.-ays. lion. Dr. Held, has i project, elveu notice of a measure to amend I The bill applies generally to all The nud^on-s Bay, tea room was i'.'ij'J,^""''/.^'^^ V'"^''^ P'-"^'-? lu 1 railway lines hereafter to " be con- very popular again yesterday'nnd sev-hereafter when any new structed. eral parties were noticed. .Mrs. Allison entertained Mrs. J. Virtue, Mrs. D. A. Simpson, Mrs. Fetterly, Jlrs. ^. T. Graham, Mrs. Robt. Long, Mrs. T-ivlngstone, Mrs. Brodle, .Mrs. D. .1. VJay and Mrs. MeClenaghan. At another table Mrs. Brymner entertained In honor of Mrs. W. D. Spcnce, of The legislation now proposed is copied in the main from the now clauses in the railway act recommended by the committee of the house which considered the consolidation of Uio railway act tAvo years ago. of the Empire In charge yesterday were: Mrs. P. W. Downer, Mrs. W. H. Morris, Mrs. Maynard, Mrs. Powell Roy and -Miss O'Hagan. ONTARIO GOES DRY IN COMING SEPTEMBER Date Definitely Fixed by Bill Introduced In the Legislature Toronto, April (J.-Prohibition will be nut Into force In Ontario on Sept. RECOiVlMEND PPINCIP/L 111! next. The referendum on prohlbi-Montreal, April 7.-Rev.' D. J. Ifirn- jtion will he ta!;cn on the first Monday of Juno. liilT. 'i'bis means the province will bo dry from September 16, miC until June IHIT. The liquor license act now in force ser has been recommended by the ooU: lege board '.tor the principalship-. of the Mbntroal Phesbyterian coUege.fin BU(;ceBBlon to the late Principal ^\s- noour.' Dr.' Fraser has been occupy- in the province will he repealed when lug the 'position since the late principal.' the deatltv of London county council has cqni-monced the training of about 100 avo-mon who are to be employed In tho schools to teach the babies under iivo yours. Between 'iOO and 400 w(nnen applied. .......... . - the Ontario temperance act goes Into elToct. If, when the referendum is taken, the people vote against a con-; tinuatlon of prohibition, present 11 , cenao holders probably will get their | licenses bad; and districts where local ! option is now in force, will remain ' "dry." in other words the situation ' will b(! just as it is at present. � Isabel Pater son ONE thinks of Calgary moBtly as il oJty which grow by magic, under the wand ol the C. P. R., from a ranchor'a village to be the distributing oontro of a proaperoua Irrigation and, fanning district, but Isabel Paterson, In her novel "Shadow Riders," shows It as a whirlpool of human souls, of love and passion and political intrigues. There are two heroines in tbe book, one of whom is a newspaper woinan who edits the woman's page on a Calgary newspaiier and has two Jealous rivals for her afTectlona, while the other, whoso reputation has been lost tn an eacaiiade, but comes back to Alberta In Paris gowns and an icy smile, aa the wife of the Lieut.-Gover-uor, to eclipse tho women who had shut her out of their society. Speaking of her novel tho other day in New 'Vork, Mi^ Paterson said her book dealt with the social game, which formerly was women's chief sport outside Of her home interests. "It still continues to be so," she aays, "In maoy Canadian towns Uks Calgary and lild-nionton; But It is peasing to be so, and what has done It ia-worli. When �woman broke through the cniat oC B\�perflolallty and found that being a lady soRlelly and being a worker waa equally posalbie she made a great discovery." Miss Paterson thinks that lber� ia tnoxbaustible material in the Kre of the cities o^ ,t.}ia.'Canadian West lor the novelist of tp-'day, and ia coming back from the United Statea to her Qld home tn Canada to ^et moro local ouior tor other boolca Pour LUX on the troubled waters of the wash .:; . ��� � � i' v-v^:^ ..... ' ;  , , ,'i, "ILLIONS of these little LUX wafers are working- wonders every ' wash-day all over Canada. In color they are like cream-to the touch like silk. The fine, soft, creamy lather LUX makes, is splendid for woollens-it never shrinks or hardens them. Li fact, all kinds of garments, woollens, silks, laces, linens, etc., dainty or otherwises, arp really preserved.by LUX. It leaves �th,em luxuriously clean, but with the fabric absolutely free'from matting and shrinkage..........;, SAMPLE FREE on application to Level" Brothers ' Limit'edy Toronto. Sold at all grocers, 10c. Remember:''' Ut LUX is mad^ in Canada, .2nd.; UtWon^t.^brinH.wooUen^.^, 46991? 24 ;