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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta M'EDNESDAY. iVPI\IL 10. V.m L.KI IIMIWIK.) I).M|.> llI.li.M.I) PAGE ELEVEH Getting Ready for Another BIG SALE Friday and Saturday $2,000.00 Worth of New Sprins Merchandise arrived since the fire, telling at actual cost for quick sale. Consisting of Raincoats, Coats, Neckwear, Waists, Corsets and Children's Waists, Cftrkain Scrims, Cretonnes, Wash Suitings, Foulard Silks and Striped Taffetas, Boys'Wash Suits, Girb'Wash Dresses, UmbreUas, Bathing Suite, Udies' Underwear, etc. EVERYTHING MUST BE CLEARED OUT BY SATURDAY NIGHT AND WILL GO ON SALE FRIDAY MORNING AT 9.00 O'CLOCK AT ACTUAL COST. CLARKE & CO. 0pp. Graham Garage Dominion Block PRO-Hin mm BYiBJORO Toronto, Apr, Ui. roilovtio pro-German retnmk, �n.j ,,f.rr being blameri for th. i'lt-nm-i soldler'a widow v. ith ,-.fi iron bir, Frederick Sp.-.de. i to ,f Qermiin paren'^. v.r. dr.Tgq'J from hl� home liy ( : � > i �- �>jff\0ri ^nldtcrs 3t 'iVlf !,-i^t nldht �nd made tn ^ is. tiu- finq and ting � much iv i-,io.v of "Ood Save the King.' ,\ft^:i- v,'i,ch he wai liberally c�.ntrri ./,it'i tu-nnd iprinls kicked for the mst. MILADI � > Chlldron. my chiiaren, the spring wakr-g anow. And call throiiHh the lUiwn and th).' (laytlnic For floNverlikfi and flectfootPrt maidens like yoii. To shard in Hip joy or Its iilaytimiv O'er hiUsldo and valley, through K;inl-on and Ki'ove. Such cximisifc anihrins are rinRins Where rapturouH hulhul and niina and dovo Their carols of vclioini' an- winKinti i know wliPrf the Ivory llllt's unfold In !)rooklcts hulfhidilcn in .seilRci, And thi' uir is aKlow with the blOHsoiu inK K"lil Of thickets and hollows and hedges. I know' where the clrngon-flies incr and Klidc, Klim- The Crown of Womanhood "Uncared for hair cannot be beautiful. There ia no part of tiie human makeup so revengeful as the hair. It cries out: Look at me, care for me, or I will disgrace youl Treat me with consideration and I will be  glory to you." Witli^thefabove-wdrdn." Lillian RuBBell, an unqueaUonad authority on femmine attractiveneu, places no uncartain value on nice hair as a baautyaaiat Unkampt, unear�d for hair not only cannot be,attractive but ia actually a diagrace. i But why have ill-kept, untidy hair? By devoting a few momenta regularly to bnialung and intelligent appli-utionof NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE,' the hair may be made to yield wonderful returns ia increased personal obarm. "  nudruff'ia* the'direct cause'of mora hair trouble than anything else. The hair beeomes thin, haran^ uneven and falls out in quantities.' It loalM dead and lifeless; there ia no luster. The scalp itches. . HERPICIDE will remove the dandruff which is eauaingall the trouble, clean the acalp, give the hair life, �nap and luiurianee. The hair stops coming out, the itching eeasea d-roost at once and withal there is a moat gntifying sense of ektnlinesa. To the woman who wishes to necessity. It is exquisitelxf per-fttmsd and is a delightful hair' dressing, In 50c Md St.OO ilMa. Al drug stsraa and toilet goods countars everywhere. Guaranteed |jy The Itoitkidc Co. AMiNcatioM at the better BariMr Shepaaad Hair-DreaiinR Pariers. Sand 10 ceata for sample koUle and booUet toThe tUtpkUt Co., Dept. S. DelroH. Mlrti. Sptalat Aoenti: 4. O. Hl0inbethBm A Co.. Ltd. And the plumeg of wild peacocks are KleamioK. WhiMO the fox and the sijulrrel and timid lawn hide And the hawk and the heron lie dreaininK. The eailh is ashine like u hiimniiiiK hires winK And the Hky like a kingfiHhor's feather. O come, let iir go and piny with the uprinK Like Klal hearted clJiWren loeethcr. Ssrpjfn! .\aldii.   V * � � PER.90NAI, � >  Miss I.indsliy has returned from visiting friends in Oreat Kails. . . .Miss .Merle OIluRan returned from ("algary yesterday atli'inoou. �   Mlbses l-orna and Adair Simpson, of l^'thhrldge, who have been the KUeRts of .Mrs. A. A. houthard, returned home yesterday. .MUs Helena Simpsim is remalnlnR for |hb week. Calgary Dally Herald. � �  .Mrs. Terry Ulack and two children who weri' the Kuests of .Mrs. Black'.'i h'lHter, Mrs. McOambly (or the EUtater KolidayH returned to their home in HiKh River on Monday.   r .Mr. and .Mr�. Leo M. (Coombs have moved into their recently purchaHed home at 418 lUth St. A. South. - �  Mlaa La Marche, of Calgary. U tho gueat ot .MlMH I... Thomaa tor a few dayH. and expects to take a permanent poHitton hero.    Mrs. Bentley. Mnt. Dinning and two children returned thla afternoon from an extended visit to California and coast cities in British Columbia. �   Miss Thelma Nelson has returned to Lethhrldge after a visit iu Spring Coulee.    Miss Christie of Diamond City 1� viHiting in the city for a few da.vs    Mrs. O. H. Harmon has returned to her home after being very 111 In the Oalt bospital for seveml weeks.   � Miss Jean Grant, editor of the Market Review. Calgary, who Is attending the Spring Live Stoeli Show, wan thu gueat uf honor at an Informal tea party arranged by the Edmonton Women's Press Club on Friday afternoon.     SOCIAL EVENT*    Mrs. E. Downing entertained yeeter day afternoon in honor of her guest .Mrs. A. J. Rogers of Kegina.   . Mrs. A. A. Southard entertained yea terday afternoon (or Mlia Ruth St Dehla, Iter aaslatanta and the piwlls of Miss Qladya Attree, who danue4-in the recent production o( "A Mldauni iner Nlght'a Dream.' Saturday even Ing at the Orand theatre. During the eftemoon Mias Kathleen Southard and Miss Tholma Noble danced for Miss St. Dents and received much praise for their clever work. Mtsa Attree was also cuiniiiiniented on th CHURCHES AND^CIETIKS � THK KAUANS The Kagana aro expected to arrive btire on Saturday ready tor the meet- iiiRs whiili begin on Stinday. April 14. ftt the Chrl'^tian Churc Ii .Mr Khk.iii Is a man who unilerstandH th'' Hlhl � th()riiiianre is requested. Mrs, C)niisl)y, of Toronto, will pive an address at the St. Cyprians Women's Auxiliary toiuonow afternoon iit S.:!b in the pariah room. .Mrs. Onus-by Is a very entertaininK spnaki>r and all ladles who aie iiiteresleil art' ask ed to uiii-nd. ,    .M tlie Cnlleil Churili hall iliis evening al s oi loi li ihere will lie u lantern slidi' shown of .lapan ninl ninHir;il numbers will be Riven. An olferin;; will be taken al the door in aiil of Women s .MisHlouury .Society   � The joint executive nieetiiiK of tlie Alexander ilalt Chapter anil the .Majoi Jack HosH Chapter I, O 1) K. will be i � : o > WAR TIMr. V : : ? > ? Oiii' pound r:ii - n. . fills lar !. line ' � i ; thri-e I 111 I ;. -;i.i h . . Iliii I.i ^1 l.v 1 �^� .;. .". .;. .;. .% �:- : o > > � : : Save all Krens.' lii.i* i'l not siiii.ili!" for cookini; imiiin- � . iraiii. an'. w!i"ii you have livi. rminils \.i'i , .m make about tweii'v bars .'I fini- .n.ip for Ube in the kiiiin n. Take one cup nl potash ami two tahlcsiioonfuls lior.ix. di.i.ilvc lb'-.'' in one ((liart of v.arii, walir. Se.iii; inrefiil nut to KiM aii\ nl p-.l;:;-;: nn your bands or elm inn;.'. Warm the grea !� anil \vlii"i ibi' Potasii is cold ;in:l (ii.- i:ii i^'' liiKc \'ariii i.nur potu^ll in ^mall siif.ua iiiii) i'll a-! > and .iM'r um.1 thick, i'oiir Into ii.iiis lined v.-ii'i piper i.iul em into burs !e lore ii lianleiis. ? :� '> ; ? GIRLS' INDEPENDENCE V The dance held by the H of T. C and 1 � Number of new putieuls ....... Number of old patients ......... Number of Metropolitan patients Numbe^ of professional caHs- (Oayi ...................... (Night I .................... Number ot friendly and fillet calls....................... Number of business calls....... Number of office calls ......... 602 S ao -�a to Total ..................... Number patients paying lull fee Number patients paying part fee Number putUnts cared (or free Provisions have been supplied n families, fresh meat to 12 families, ntUk to 3 families, med\ulnn for three puilents. fresh eggs for two patients, r�nt paid (or tw� old womun, ^ loads ot rati sent �nt. water rates paid (or tvo faiBlUes. worn clotlilBg aad boots given to nine (amities. Jelly cake and sandwiches donated to us by the Big Bed - blooded men of conraBo nre on the tiring line - nnd there nre many anemic, weal;, r Pierce's (inlden Me talu'u lU� %l>ove m�iuionuU jme .'!7. $14.00 to $20.00 BOYS' SAILOR SUITS .Made of tuediuni weight navy blue serge. With lunK or short Iroti.'icrH. Prlcpfl at $4.75 to $6.00 arcordinj; to site. There's nothing looks* smarter. Your boy will apprsciata a RAINCOAT Tbey are so ll|[ht In weight, yet fluch a safeguard against the spring showers. Ours are British make of a good sfout double texture Paramatta cloth g qa and are on?r ......... D��FO Sisss 28 to 35. EVERYTHING for the BOYS BOYS' ALL WOOL JERSEYS liiitli'ii on slumliliT. Colors ti;i\y. Urowii anil lu.uooii. Si/.c^; :'i to :;k. From $1.90 up FOR THE SUMMER" COTTON JERSEYS In eky. 'white aiiil navy with mi ii.s.sartmvnt iir trlminingM .i:iil linish. Sites' 2-i to SOc to 60c According to size. For Ktiockabout Wear, Nothlnfl to bent a good pair of WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS To SeU at $l.S0 each 'rhese come in Oxfords. Print:! iiiul Crepe Cloth In a vast assortment uf colors and patteruK anil are sp|�ndl(l value at the price. BOYS' UNDERWEAR We specialize In a Ualbrlggan Combination with short sleeves und knee length. Im althar natural color or white. Priced at 90c per si�t OVERALLS Ours are extra heavy cotton and denims. $1X63 25 to 3?. From 75c to $1.25 OUR RANQE OF BOV* BLOOMERS has never been equglled in C�th> bridge, and thli; sp^ng wc have a larfier assortment Miau ever. In Tweeds, Worsteds, and Corduroys anil at prices from $1.50 to $1.75 All sixss from 3 to $ y�ar�. EVERY BOY WANTS A NEW HAT for sprlpg. Our naw.oBes Kave just arrived In tho regular hnd telescope nialles. Tile colors are navy, brown and grey. | Cp from .............. leCid A WIDE HANQK OP SKULL CAPS In navy and fancy twesda. Some plain finish, aome fancy trimmed. They run front �|| 25c to ................... wUC Heavy Black Urus Calf Lace Boots rilch fillcil and with a vlscol-Ixeil iit.iii(lard Kcrcw und sewn HoU's. To !>liin;ii, iianlest of wear. Size.-; 1 to .1. Spi'c'ul, per pair ............ 4.50 Boys' Brown Ui^�d Leather Sckofl Itd^ with Ulk soles. Ultbt In welcitt, bu give the bci t of;a�tVtbe.  Siietll to 2 at $3.00 Sites 3 to 6 at ... I3.S0 Gunm^ ButtoB BooU  For dress or school wear, with medium walght Qoodyesr welted soles and block toes. A very sar-viceable boot. Slaas 1 to S. Regular 15.00. Special o ah Wtee.................... JaW Smoked Elk Lace School Boots Very UkIiI In weight, but will stiiiiil lb. Innlest wear. Sizes 8 to 101/2 at . $3 25 Sizes 11 to 2 at . . $3.50 All Our Boya Buster Brown Bo�U Si/.oB from S to lO't, consisting �if talent \e�tv,cr, gunmeable and cool for spring wear. Sttes4to7y2.....$1.25 Sizes� to lOMi $1.50 Sifes 11 to 2.....$1.65 C/A ;