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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, TIN', DAILY fAGf. _ __ Our Rieady-to- Wear Section Proved Its Leadership During the Rush of Easter Week (lie seiir'rh of told UK I line. :tiid lha( assoi'lincnts hero, displayed were (lie largest and best llicy had Ntmi.KlyU'sUiMiiiiKl wearable, Jiesl anil 1224 OJIKEBIG prices I hey had mcl wHU anywhere, lit I hln city, THIS 18 PRETTY CONCLUSIVE PHOQF THAT QUH CLAIMS FOR "BEST VAR- IETY AT LOWEST PnlCES" ARE WELL FOUNDED; AMJ TO THOSE WHO ME CHOOSING Tina WEEK AND WE CAN GIVE THE ASSURANCE OF SAME SUPERIORITY Id VARIETY AHO, lit THE PAST, WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT, Beautiful Yclonr Coals The coat ol the icaion. Colon gtilj, spfilfr, old roit, Burgundy, elc. Plain and Irlmmid with chain ttLtchlrig. J20.00, J22.50 and Serviceable Molw Heavy weight Iweedi In rnany hand- tome ilylei, rnoltly to 60 Inches long. Convertible A lovely variety at J25.00, J27.W and J32 W. Young ladlei' ityle'i, 15 17 16 to 20. Special vilutl and I32.M. i Grade Novelty Very attractive. Excliulve Bfrgct, paberdlncE and poplfni. Navy, bUc'rfj brown, ftreen, gold, green etc, J35.GO" lo Wool Jcrwsy'Sport Snils for young ladlei, wear, correct In every detail. Coforo gold, blue, apple and grey, Coati lined or nnffned. and Liu'tfc Women's .Suits A iptendld variety of etytes In 38, 40, 42 and 44. AH valuta at and Haml'inn Hnimlclolii Couts Very ortiBy garments thown In very elaborate Btyles. Colors navy, brown, green and black. Coals iiiLtable for .both tprlny and fall'vccar. and Siiiciidlrt Covcrl Ciloiii Coals Short and long length's. A spfendld variety to chooae (rom at (20.00 to J32.60. IE Silk and Sei'gc Drosses 1 to Splendid now showlog ot styles anil colors. Lho niajorlly ol Hem Just received. j Easter NeckM'car SOC tO Very dainty new collars In a tig variety of' slylea, CLARKE CO. 6J2 3rd Avenue Soulh .Beautiful WaistsV GEORGETTE WAISTS CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS K> HABUTAI SILK WAISTS DARK BILK WAISTS RAJAH SILK '.VAISTS WHITE VOILE to Ilaml Bags MlM CrtUa GouM or U KU'-al of MM. C. K. I Mfas ftrxjdhiim! of f'ttlxary, tho of Miss fjoo-l- i ami. Mlis McInOsh r.an the SUMI of IhBCB Mary Murphy and Maudu 01- vor'ln f.'algary for Dr. irvl Mrn. T. Alkn left on TJiureday lo tbiii'al It; Calgary at Ihe I'Qlltecr, MUs l.lllas Grccno of Medicine it IE Ihc gucEt of Mfes JleBsio Lltife during the faster holidays. Tho art department of tho ilalhesls club will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of ilra. E. Atnsworlli, The members of Maplfi Leaf chap ler, O.E.S., ore fnvlicd to rncot with Mra. W. Jj. McKenzle tomorrow after noon. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Pawson, Jr.. of C'oaltlale, have laken up their resi- dence fu (tie city 'at 703 Ctti avenue Mrs. Jack Cooper of Calgary Is spcnJing the Kaster JiolKIays f.i Ihe rity, ihc giiRBl of Mra. William Kcotl, Fourth Are. A collection of latest shapes shown IE splendid vim-ly. Silk ami Lisle Hose A very complete new slock In all alzes, colors and iiualltic-i. CLARKE CO. 612 3rd Avenue South Moans. A. II. Smith an-1 A. filow- rt Ritiit Kanter In Calgary, i ixtrle t'ocii, ot I.elh- laya IB hor Ka.Hlur holl- >Jck-n M- inons the many bf.cndtnK -tht IJaater holldavn ory MIES Agnoa Dwwli -MI.SS IJngarrl Miss Frame. ICE BREAKS; HER AS IN DA.YS OF REVOLUTION, DELL' TOLLS WAR NEWS CITV- Uie Ice' In Uie i river broke away, and 1L Is now float- j Ing nwny, keenltig ,tlio-watcr churned j up minlfl'y conalEtency, I The supply today Is 1 it yet this siirlris. Cdm- however, Ihe hope that It Will BOOH clear. The river, .very If (tie clurlng Uie break iip', the. Ice has moverl oul gently, "'GO-thai It atiduld not Ijcforo Grace i conuiicnced I operations again thla morning" Soine Es being ciperlenced dTitiiug Into "thc.-'wclls. One well was out [or this reason Ibis morning. Llttla haa' tccn done al Llhc flltra Hon. plant aa yet. ft Is necessary tnnt the frost he put ol the grouml before teal can.be driven.- ComnilssJon cr Grace-Is'In coiumunlcalibn with I Mrv Robcris ot the Roberts Filter Co., who hsivo tho contract for tho plant, burrylog him up as much as possible I'hlladelphla. April' A a in !ho days of the American revolution, when something, mu'uiemuus occurr- ed, the city, ol- Philadelphia today lolUted Its cillzc'ua uf I lie blgnfng by .ho prosltlcht of war., resolution "the at ;fndepehdcnce yrigg e ;cnce :iall. From the', where Ib'c'rty In 177C Liberty bell's1 deep 'toned succ the mlriufe" Intervals (or 3D iniimles. Twenty-Seven of .Various Wars Easier Services at Knox What will be coneidcred an histor- ical event In the years.to come was (tie drat .veterans' 'church parade lield yesterday forenoon to' the morning flerrlce at' "chufcTi. Tn-enty soveii men paraded, "Iho majority 61 them vclDmns otvlhV present war They were under command of Lieut. Harold HlglnboUianh A band-composed of members ot the association headed llio parade lo Knox ivhere the men were received by the congregation standing. During the service Kcv. Mr. Ilurna addressed the men briefly. Ho said It was very pleasing to ece that (he men who bad done their hit at the iranl should choose Easter Sunday for their first parade. were evidently rn'oved.-by the Tho. Veterans1 asaoclalloji promises to be a "large and inflLienlfaL tIon In the years'lo they their "bestv.'fo" help soldiers who will Le cor.'linuinp lo return to enter upon ctvtl life again. Those Who have returjied first. will lie looked lo'for directions In this work and he knew tney.wpnlt] ivelL' He Ihe association every success in all Us enterprises and beapohe for them the heartiest oupport of the .people of Lclhbrldpe. Thosb laVing part in. Iho parcdeswero: M: A. Morrow, 5th Bad.-, president; P. W. It. 33th' nailery, vlce-presldenl; J. P_ Htlchle. 31sL DalL, Secy.; J. R. Oliver, Veter- ans' Ileservc, Edinburgh, Trustee; II. J. 31st Carnlll, lOlh Bait; Geo. Corhcllus, llh Ball.; S. Dobbs, IQlhBuLl.; J. P. Gobelle, A, S. C.; II. T. HiBtnbolhani, 13lh Ball.; B, Johnston, 16th Batt.; T. Long- orth, 3rd C. M. R.; J. It. Lowe, llllh attallon; J. M. Fulnam, S2nd Ball.; 'hos. Russell, Hoyal Canadian flegf- icnl; P. Snville, 113th DalL; D. G. 20lh P- Sleeilman, 9lh C. C. H. Shlppobolham, A. ar. C.; John Taylor, 39lh Bat- ery; Joe Wear, I13lh BatL; Geo.' B, lachay, II. Hiam, Cooper, South Afric- n Campaign; Major Burnett, Fenlah Ralrts; Sheriff Yonnff, Hell Rebellion; II. Fleclwood, 13ili Husanrs, Imp or- al Army. in Cburcbes IMPORTANT NOTICE We liavc found it impossible to hold ;ui Auc- tion Sale on our Ti.-i r! room. Ihcrcfore decided io clear j out al b'argalri: prfee i big bulk'of-our and. I COMMENCING TODAY (MONDAY) We will offer siidi in furniture nnrt.' u have neyer before bttn heard of In Ihe cjiy of Lelhbrldgc.'- We 7 are forced tordo thls'ln order to hold (he crowds .who 'J_ the and It that by goods we V are actually'buying jpace on floor. Think' thli conic and ice you_can buy privately than you will be able to at the auction.' i Dining Room Furniture In oak, iriatioganyi fumed oak, etc. Beautiful bedroom cuitec In French Grey Ivory, bird'i eye! maple, mahogany, planoE, organs, den furnlure, masnlflcenl car- pets and rugs. We have also a big line of caaea, office lafei, Toledo and other scales and office furniture. In our'jewsllry section we have mounted and um mounted, gold and sliver watches, ladies' and gents-'Wrist watches, necklaces, etc. Our cut stall mattes a.iple.idld Itself. down to price of moulded alaw and profiti.annlhlljted -v CHARLES E. BROWER MANAGER LETHBR1DQE EXCHANGE SCHOOUEACHER Anaemic, Run-down, She Recovered, There arc so many cases like this ight here In Lclhbrtdgc thnt we are uiblfBhlne this Intcrpbthih letter he hope LhaL some ot our customers trj- Vinol and get the same Iiap- py romt thai Mlsa Uaez did. Key West, am a Icacher anrt became onacmlc, TICTVOUS. .run no energy or desire to" do any Jilne. I could not sleep nnrt had tha ;ufd, nervous feeling Ihnl maJv nn a burden .to myself. I.had Uken var loua (onlca.lwllhoul bcnelll. I hpari of Vlnol and tried IL Soon I had a jopd sleep al light ami' II-built me. up ap I hayi Lho ambition to do riny kind o( worli- Mnry U Key Weal, Fla. The reason-Vlnol was so aucccssfii in this case la because'It Is a consl lonnl remedy that goes lu the sea of trouble. The pcplonato- of Iro manganese and glycerophosphaiei conlBtnctl In Vlnol enriches and re vitalizes Iho blood, while the strength tissue building1 properties p beef and cod liver .peptone aid 1 building up tho tired, overworke run-down J. D. HTglnbothai DniKRlalB, UiKbrldgo Also nt the hesfdriiggiala-in all Al CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS prOT by Above At Latter Day at the Indies of the relief society meet'at the homo -of Mrs. D. A. hompeon, 719 3rd street south, sub- cct "Home Chrlitian at S meeting-. y At Pcntecoatal Mlaton TJvjrs- iji 8 p. m., Special wailing upon od'-'for UI'B Uapllsnv'of tlie Holy host. .A hearty wclcomo" lo all. At at S p.m., rayer.mefllinE. Thursday at 3 p.m., Ladleis'. Aid mect'ln tbe church; t 8 choir practice. At St. Andrew's and 'anight ai S o'clock Christian Endca- or mecl in IhD chiirbiPparlor. Wcd- esday-at 2.30 the Ladies' Aid of Si. Andrew's mscL in the church parlor.! 'liursday eTCning t ha p young people's vrill hold their regular iQnthly business arid social nicdllng l.ihe Home of Mrs.'Clayton, 3rd ave- uo north. Friday al 4.1n and S choir racticcs. Rt regu- ar iuonthly meeting of .the hoard of managers. Tuesday at 8 p.m., W.M.S. meeting-" Tlie homo helpers depart- inent.are specially rcnuestc'u io: UB ireacnt 'as refreshments will be serv- :d. -Wednesday at 8 p.m.; adult Bible lass. Thursday al 8'p.m., choir Ice. At afternoon the Tomen of the churclr at the Red 2ros3' rDoniSr Wednesday at S .be service will be conducted by tho W.M.S. auxiliary, tliursday at 8 p.m., choir "praclice. At the Latter at 2.30 the.relict eoclety meet at Ihe iiomc ol ..Mrs. D.-U.. Harris, S05 IHIi St.-, work and business. At St. at o'clock'Dorcas Sociely. mecl. Tuesday at S p.m., teachers' meeting In the ves- Iry. '.-Wednesday al S p.m., inlercca- Blon servies. ..Thursday s.t 3 p.m., W. A.-meeting. Friday at S p.m., cliotr practice. Al SI. al S p. m., mcellng 'in" St. Angustln'a hall.- Wednesday al 4.15 Junior W.A.; al 8 p.m., the GtrlaT Auxiliary give social In tho pariah hall for the members ol Lho congregation. Thurs- day alS p.m., service of intercession for foreign al 7.30 C.S.K. Teals.nl tho Y.M.C.A.; at S.30 veslry meeilhg. Friday al 8 p.m., interces- sion service followed by choir prac- tice. at S p.m. Bi- ble "school workers' conference nl Iho residence of C. S. 305 lib Avc. south. Wednesday at 8 p. m_ prayor mcplins at Thursday al 2 p.m meeting of Ihc Ladles''Aid society, at Iho at. at S pJ teachers' mccftng. :Wednesday at S p.nr, InLcrccEalon service. Thursday' at-S.pin., choir practice. 1.15 Junior W. A. Mr. W. Gray ot the high school staff has gone to Lacombe ivhero hie mar- rJage lakes place this wcefe to iJIss IJora Taltot, daughter ot Senator Tal- bot. s The Junior W. A, of St. Mary's church Cleared on Saturday when Ihey lield a sale ol cpoklng and served-tea in the parish hall, t T Mr. Leo. Coombs has recovered (rorn his recent Illness ami has return- ed to Ihe city after speeding Uvo weeks In Cardston, The G.. I. A. are havlug a card party and social evening alter tiicir meeting tonight -'In .the l.O.O.F. hall. All members ars asked to meet al the hall promptly at 7 o'clock. Mr. M. A. Kllpalrick, manager orj the Merchants Bank at spenL yesterday In Iho ciLy on IILS way- to Edmonton, wliere be iviu spent Herald. i t There wlh bo-sewing at (he Alex- ander Gall Chap tor, I..O. D- tomorrow afternoon -from "2 :fo.C "am? on every aud. Frida'y .aflerV noon. arr.-AV; K-J SLady, accountant at the Union Bahlj "of .Canada, Bow.Island, is "spending Easier iu IOIVD, ai Uie home of liis parents.- Edmonton Journal. -m Splendid .success aliendeil Ihc sate given on Saturday afjcrnopn in the parish tho Junior W.A, of SI. I Slin's. Church.. The superintend-! ent. Mrs, C-. fx..Cprberry, was aasisled by Mrs. J. E.-iUyrrcH-TVrlghl and Mrs.' P.. .W, Downer presided, at the table. Dainty articles oi embroidery anJ fine sewing-marie by the little girls were, pn aid were soon pur- chased, There was. a table o I home cooking. Tea was decoraled with daffodils 'and snapdragons from a large' table' Gee orated with red and white, carnations. a resuli of the sale ?65 will ue divided hclwcen their missionary oh- ong and the Delglan. Ttelief Fund. f. 0. ft, K. thankn thr- followlns palra of Bocks from Clrl.s nt (Jradfi Jean I 8 patr, I'rotlor 1 pair, Ilowman pair, Mary Ostlanrt 'j pair, Janet Mcltvena 2 pair, ftutli Galbralth 1 patr, fJcrtle Wyman 2. Mlas Sharman'fi Class. Orarle VII. Muriel Hyssop 11 pair, Margaret Dun- can 4 Avrll I.HIlc 2 pair, Lillian Dennett 2 Kind Jonca 1 pulr, AUama.] puir, Anita Crawford 1 pair Miss Ilirdi's Class, Grade A B- IICB Ingram 2. tirare DcimetL 2, fiiace DawEon Fad-field 1, Ciracr ic 1. s Mc.N'aL'H Class, Grade Eleanor Marra 1. Mary Young I, Itose fJiYlH I, Aunle Gibson I. Janet Twod- lie 7 pair, Ombra Hick l, Margaret .Vivon I, Dorothy Waylc I, Marjorle "eaman 1, Aroion Chllders 1, Haruld .Mc.Val) 1. Miss Dunn's Class, Grade VIiv nfe Burritt 2, Adalr SiLapson I, Jean Marguerite Tlayle 1, Goodman 1. Myrtle Proctor 1, Edllh Dntvdcn 1. Marjorle Rosaine 'l, Kath- crlne Hcsscy I. Miss Trenholnie's Class, Grade Kiurna (Jrecn I, Marrs 1, Catli- erlnc Wheeler 2. Nora Vyciiingtuii'l, Wheeler 1, Helen Wein 1, Margaret 'Stafford 1, Edith Holwortli 1 pr. Miss Nlmman's Class. Grade Christina Ferrier 2, Daisy 3, Jack Jarvls 1, WIHIp Melvln 1, iRh.lnx.ton, Aiirll (riders In cctifcrence I lo unlock at once (he vul (In- L! roaQurcr.a of tho United Stales lo tlio alllca. To relieve rconomlp, ntctli o( c c-nlrnle a huge loan, of 'I'mmiPlorui yet jin'klcrniincd, hut ntjt, lees than will be torthcomlnK from tills country d3 aa can fata Die k-glnlalion, Not a penny ot profit, (t Ti'as autb- orliallvcly 3lated, will be expected or j-ecekej fcy country on ihn loan. The loan will be America's (HI rue dibit cojjtrlLutlon lo the allied cause, with tne promlic of oLbcr bountiful contributions of raonny, munlllona and foodsrulfa, Lo come ai I needed. PM'S DIUPEPSIN F( In Five Minutes! No Dyapepila, Heart- burn or Any Stomach Misery. Soar, gasey, upset elooiach, IndlK- Lion, hearlburu, dyspepsia; when Inn [cod you cat ferments iuto and Etubborn lumps; your head aches and you feel sick and Miserable; -thal's whcu you realize Ihe magic in Pape'si Dlapepain, H makes all stomach mis- ery vanish In five mtnutea. If your.stomach la In ft continuous you can't get It rogulated, please, Tor your sake, try Tape's pla- pepsiu. ft's EO needless to have a. bad your neil meal, a favoide food meal, (hen take a. llllla Diapepsln. There will rot. ba auy dis- eat without fear. It's becauso Dlapepsln "really does" regu- late tveak, out-of -order stomachs that gives it its millions of sales annually. Get a large fifty-cent case of Pane's Dtapcpsln from any, drug Blore. U Miss Flett's Thelma'IllvlnE- Ion 2. land 1. nolcs' Clel- (be Q sl, surest stomach relief and cure known, U acts 'almost like magic Is a 'harmless and pleasant slomacb preparation whlcli iruly utjonfiS JQ every Advert. LOOK AT TONGUEI TF COATED, CLEAN LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. Dpn'l scold your fretful, peevish if tongue Is coaled; tin's Is a sure sign Us 1'ille slomflch, liver and bowels ore cloeecd wllh scur waste. When lisllcss, pale, feverish, full ot a. Aaapoonfiil and in th'e'fou waste, (he sour'bile anrt ;ood jinaacs oul o[ Uic bowels and you lave a well and playful cliild again Children lovr, this hornless "trull lax anil mothers can rest easy nf ter giving H, hecansG it never falls to e their litllc "InsWea" clean anc sVecl. Keep H hamly mother! A little glv en today saves a. sick chUd tomorrow but gel Ihc genuine. Asfc your druggis for A aOccnl bottle of '.'California Syr up ol which has directions to babies, children of all ngcs ami lo grownups plainly on the holtle. lie member there aro counterfeits soli here, so surely look nml aeo that your matte by tho "California Fig Sym Company." Hand back wHlrconlcmp other fig vert I semen I YOU CAN DO BETTER- DRY GOODS. MENSWEAR. BOOTS SHOES NORTH LETHBRIOGE TARS TO THE DOOR YE OLDE FIRME Grand Pianos Upright Pianos Player Pianos Were never-more Tn demand than at present. Thli rciijlt of satisfying the requirements' of the most exacting musicians and music lovers.for over..sinty-slx .years. _....-.._. v -The management has -found'it necessary lo open ihow rooms fort 'South' Western Alberta In" A representative slock Is an' view in ARMSTRONG RAWORTH's'WbRE, where salesmen will, be pleased lo demonstrate the''superior'quality'of trite the CRAT AMONG PIANOS." Termi made ,Your payment. ADDHESB: old instrument 'taken as' part CO., LTD. LET'HBRIDGE V J. Manager.. Notice Mu'33y "Water" bad forJ Laundry t i AVc lo advise mir patvohs (hat' owing to, the very imulrty (ipnililion of the water at present, i( would (o kccit as niiicli of your Fine Liumilry at home as you can, until tlic again. We have snent about. ijiilOO.QO for wir filii'a- tion jiliiiil iHit cannot 'filter :i snffiriciit quiui- of water.loviiii'iis a (cii hoiu1 flay. J. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY 1 CO. ;