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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 10, ]91fi THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY },,^ yi; A L D PAGE mm. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block CLARKE & CO. THE STYLE DEMONSTRATION & EASTER SALE CONTINUES IJeaiititiil New Silk Coats, $17.50 & ,�i>20.00 Colors, nmlzc, Alice, white and old Rose-plain color bcMly with white Bash and collar, nil bouKlil, early before the advance, and selling at the old prict'. losiorv EVERY BUSINESS DAY UNTIL EASTER, und (il'fcvrs Llio l)ost \-aliics and elioicost .scloclioiis ^vithiIl ycnir I'Ciich in riewesl suils, coals, skirts, dresses, voile and crepe, waisls. wliilewenr and pel 1 ieoais. I ,U'lovos, corsets and uudcrwoar, dress goods silks, wash o'oods, etc. , Coiiipsu'ed to Ji ycjur a}>:, ju'lecs In some lines are a litHe higher, though the majority ol nieichandise is .jns, all colors $2..50 ratfeta Silks, :JG in. wide, all colors. $1.75 Most Attractive Coat Stock in South Alberta Very smart, very exclusive and a very wide variety of cliolce In serges, coverts, sUks and novelties, sizes for girls from 12 to IC, women's regular sizes and a splendid showing for extra large women as well. Spcial Easter Prices, $10.00, $11.50, $12.50. $15.00, $17.-50, $20.00, $22..50 PRETTY COVERT AND SERGE COATS, $17.50 to $25.00 Black and navy serges and natural coverts, latest belted and loose styles. All just in. HANDSOME SILK . BENGALI NE COATS, $25.00 Loose and belted styles iome with neat cape effect, black only. HANDSOME SPORTS COATS $10.00 to $17.50 Lovely new styles in novelty cloths and plain colors, all required sizes. CHILDREN'S COATS $4.50 io $10.00 Sizes two to six and six to fourteen. A great variety to choose from. What the Press Agents Say Pantages Bill Patrons of the Orpheum vaudeville have a treat In store for them starting with the opening-. The bin this week is one of great merit; every number being a good one. The Six Sorenaders, consisting of four young ladies and two gentlemen, have about the classiest singing act hero for some time. The act is splendidly costumed, and the settings are the most beautiful. Every one has a capable voice of good quality, and tholr selection of "MotUor" and the "Sextet from Lucia" leaves an impression that they are all accomplished SCHOOL TEACHER Anaemic, Run-Down, Nervous-How She Recovered There are so many cases like this right hero in Lothbrldge, that we are publishing this interesting letter with the hope that some of our customers will try Vlnol and got the same happy result that IMlss Baoz did. Key AVest, Fla.-"1 am a teacher and became anaemic, nervous, rundown, no energy or desire to do anything, I could not sleep and had that languid, nervous feeling that made me a burden to myself. 1 had taken various tonics wltliout benefit. I heard of Vinol aTid tried It. Soon I had a good appetite, could sleep all night and it built mo up so 1 have the ambition to do any kind of work." Mary h. Baoz, Key West, Fla. The reoBon Vluol was so successful In this case is because It Is a constitutional remedy that goes to the seat of trouble. Tlie peptonate of Iron contained In Vlnol enriches and revitalizes the blood, while the strengthening, tIsBuo-bulIdIng properties of tho extractives of cods' livers and beet peptone aid In building up the tired, 'overworked, run-down system. J. D. Higlnbotham & Co., Ltd., Druggists, 'Ojothbrldgo, Alia. Adv. singers. They are, in deed, worthy o� the position they hold on the bill. .Mortimer McRae and Gertrude Clege open the bill with what Is about the funniest and cleverest piece of bicycle riding yet seen on the circuit. Roach and McCurdy the "Prune Center Cut Ups" are the scream of the bill. They represent father and son, and father Is a picture of the regular old "down easterner," with his side whiskers and squeaky  voice. Their rendering of the "Old Oaken Bucket" us a duet is immense, tor father will hang on to the word "bucket." Walter Clinton anil Julia Rooney in their skit "What Everybody Likes" conslBtlng of a melody of songs and dances, are a clever little team. Seventh installment of "Graft" will also bo shown. At the Empress The fourth chapter In the Helen Holmes series will be shown tonight at the Empress. This chapter tells the story of how Helen steals the maps of the valuable railway cut-off whlcli win make her father's railroad more valuable. She obtains the map from SeagruQ while he is drunk, and makes a daring dasli with them. She leaps over a cliff into tho bay when Seagruo pursues her. h^t makes hor escape on tho launch. Seagrue flags the Ijlmit-ed but.Strom Is engineer and on signals from Helen delays the train. On arrival at tlio terminus however, Helen Is arrested and the maps are returned to Soagrue, At Starland One of the most apeotacular, thrilling scones evoc presented on a photo-dramatic screen, will be witnessed at Starland tonight and tomorrow when the celebrated theatrical star, Valos-kn Suratt, will appear In the Jesse L. Lnsky production of "Tile Immigrant," which was written especially for Miss S.uratt hy the dlstlngulBhed American dramatist, Marlon Falrfox. it is a Paramount picture. In this prodnotlon a gigantic dom holding buck an lmi)ienso volume of water, is blown up and the released llood undermines and destroys a large country house. In order to present this scene witli an absolute correct- ness of detail. It was necessary that both the dam and the house be built especially for the occasion. Three times was the dam blown up and the water released before the final stupendous effect was obtained. Owing to the size of the dam and the quantity of water which had to be backed up and the repairs necessary, required more than two months of hard work before the picture was secured. At the Majestic with the production of "The White Feather," at tho .Majestic theatre on Wednesday next, April i;;, local theatre patrons are promised the most novel drama that hos over been brought to Canada. James Guy-Usher, who plays tho loadln^ role, Is assisted by such well known players as Zana Vaughn, Nlnl Gullbert, Allen Strlckfadden, J. W. Allddlemas, Clinton Richfield, Charlie Smith, Laurel Bennetts, Flora Le Mar and others. Guss Hill's production of Bud Flsli-er's cartoon charactei play. Mutt and Jeff, has another new title together with an entirely new production In eve:y detail called Mutt and Jeff In College. No better comedy environment is imoginable. The play mu'y veil be termed a riot of htla'ious laughter from the start to' the finish. Tiie musical numbers, which are all now, are the exclusive property of Mr. Gus Hill and not Interpolated popular songs which are used in most