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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SDAY, APRIL 11, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Here Are a Few of the New Things at Rylands Just in from the Eastern Style Markets and priced for a Quick Sale on Wednesday 15 Brand New Spring Suits Oil sulci at .$15, .$17.50, .$1{).7.5, $22.(M> Smart Taffeta Silk Dresses ("oloi's, Kescda, Old Rose, liliick, .$15 Clever Styles in Wool Serge Skirts On sale at .$4.75, .$5.50, $(>.00 Warner's Corsets, front or back laced On sale at .$1.25 $1.5(K .$1.75 & .$2.50 New ''Collier Cur Combinations Summer wei}j;lits, 75f, $1.00, $1.25, all I Radium Hosiery, Silk and Lisle The best hose in the market, 35c, ."iOe, 75c & $1.00 pair. Lovely Lot of New Easter Collars Somethinff entirely different, 25c np to $1..50 New Plain and Fancy Dress Silks New in today, $1.00, $1.25, iii) to .$2.-50 a yard. Rylands and Co. DDi: 11 m SUCCESS A very surprised uudioiice left the lajesUc! Theatre last night after the juclualon of "The Upper Trail" the oyg' play, which was presented by the oys of the Y.M.C.A Many people in lie city had been under the impres-on that the ontertalnmont on which le boys had been working for sonie mo paBt, was in the nature of a mild )rm of "concert," such as has been fforod In the past by various local rganizatlons. To those who availed enisolvoB ot tho opportunity of atchlng tho boys last night, was glv-n the unusual treat of seeing 26 oung follows portraying in a manner hich would do credit to a well organ-;od company of professional players, most difficult, yet Interesting four-t play, staged correctly with proper onery, costumes and the necessary jffocts. "The Upper Trail" comprises a most v'-*! portrayal ot lioy life and tho :er in which It is affected by or-ed effort for good. It deals jirily with tho unfolding ot tho [r element In tho life of a typical leader, whose Ideals are elevated igh his contact with men and hoys Intoreated in his welfare. As the gang leader, George McKillop, in the part of Jack Gorman, deserved first honors. He displayed a fine conception of his part, Norman Hlginbotham In tho very heavy characterization of Mr. Hanley, the boys' director, handled his part with care, and was easily ' equal to his hard work in his long speech and address to the boys In tho third act. Leon Dunsworth as Dick Kosler, the upright yovng (elow, who Is largely rcsponsiblo for QorraanV . uplift, contributed greatly to tho suc-Icoss ot the play. These three boyn 'carried the greater part of the play themselves, and to thorn due credit must be given. Space will not porralt ot Individual mention of all tho other boys in the cast, but collective mention of them Ifl made necessary when one considers the able manner In which they assisted to carry the play to success. During the IntermlsBlon Mr. Thompson, director ot tho Loth-bridge "Y" addressed tho audience, and in a concifie speech outlined the work of the boys' departments and the objects ot the prosontatlon of the play, which, he said, was to be in Quality T VORY SOAP is of the highest quality. This �� statement is made without, reservation.' The question of price need not be considered. No soap at any price is of better quality than Ivory. Ivory Soap is made'of the choicest materials. The most expensive vegetable oils are selected. Each ingredient is the best of its kind. Ivory Soap is made v/iththe utmost skill and care and in factories whose equipment is the best. You cannot buy better soap than Ivory. 5 CENTS IVORY SOAP 99M^PURE Procltr & Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada M UlliLb! Ihl III STOP DANDRUFF AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HA HAIR STOPS FALLING OUT AND GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL. Your hair becomes light, wavy, tlutfy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a "Danderlne hair cleanse." Ju�t lr>' this-moisten a cloth with a. little Danderlne and carefully draw It through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have doubled the heauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderlne dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigoratea the scalp, forever stopping itching and tailing hair. Hut what will please you most will be after a tow weeks' use when you win actually see new hair-fine and downy at (Irst-yea- -but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it surely got a 25-cent bottle of Danderlne from any druggist or toilet counter, and just try It!-Advertisement. aid of the funds of the boys summer camp. A largo audience is expected tonight, when the play will again be presented, and those who intend going may bo assured that they will bo privileged to at last witness something "worth while" in the way ot a local entertainment. LLSM NOT YET PREPARE Ottawa, April 11.-The government caucus which it was expected would be held this morning to discuss the railway and general parliamentary sit-nation did not materialize. It Is learned that no final notices were sent out to the members Monday by the party whips and there was' no general summons of members this morning. The Idea prevails that the caucus did not meet because the railway legislation which Hon. Robert Rogers intimated in the house last night as likely to be Introduced before the house rises. Is not yet ready tor submission to the party gathering. PHONE 1224 SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY GREAT SAVINGS IN YOUR LIVING EXPENSES CAN BE EFFECTED BY MAKING YOUR---- DAILY PURCHASES AT THE HUDSON'S BAY I XeAV 8ilk & Vening power is the highest. Its puritp is guaranteed. It rar\ks ��Ji4i_No._i^Hard among Ganada's^ best.' Your Grocer tell :^ou BtClQ-O.S "Made in Canada for the Canadian Maid" THE GGGO BAKING rOWOER CO., l.|MITeD HAMiUTON, CANADA Cani)!)' Wf. V. McMillon left yester-| day morning to spend a lew days In Calgary. * v * Mrs. Hamilton Mewnurn left lor Calgary, Sunday night after a week's stay lu the city. � * * Airs. Dawson's section ot the Wesley Ladles' Aid will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home ot Mrs. W. S. Ball, seventh avenue. * 4 . Mr. and Mrs. James Hargrave are spending a few days with their daughter Mrs. (Dr.) W. Hawke, at Lethbrldge, on their return trip from California where they spent Ihe winter.-Medicine Hat Times. Miss Kthel Conybearo, who is nursing at Boxmoor House hospital. Box-moor, Herts., has been ill for some time and just escaped an attack of pneumonia; happily she is r.Tpldly recovering now. PreparatiouH are imvl complete for tag day that the Red Cross are holding on Saturday. The helper.s are asked to go to the Red Cross rooms on Friday afternoon for their badges and boxes. The rooms will be open all Saturday for tho convenience of "taggers" and tea will be served. . * * Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Flddes, 120!i 4th avenue south, gave a very enjoyable farewell party on Monday night, tor their sons, Pte. Wm. and James Fiddea of the 63rd battalion, Edmonton, which leaves shortly for the front. Among the many guests were Ptes. Mcintosh, Miller, Knox, Kelly and Ait-kon of the G3rd and H. Linning of the 113th. Dancing and games were en-Joyed until an early hour. �  . Many will no doubt be Interesled to hear of some of the boys that left with the draft from the 39th battery. !Walter Sinclair Is a signaller in tho '^nd Resarvo battery at Shorncliffe; E. J. MacICenzie Is a corporal in the same battery and is trying to get transferred Into tho flying corps; Gordon Spencer is in France as a driver, although he went over as a signal lor; H. li. Bennett, formerly ot the Bank ot Commerce, who went with the 39th, has been made sergeant pay-mnstor. * * * The latest patriotic action of Princess Patricia Is in allowing copies of a miniature, that Mrs. Montague Martin, of Australia, painted ot her, to be made and sold in aid of tho Red Cross. Tho copy is In colors and will In all probability be bought by thousands ot people. Tho Princess has ' worked steadily ever since the beginning of the war for tho comfort ot the soldiers, especially for the Princess Pats, her si)eclpl reglmont. Throe times a week she is to bo found at the Red Cross rooms in Ottawa. She knits and bowb continually, always for the men In khaki. Her Royal Hlgh-nosB' example is ono that should be followed by every woman lu the land during this timo of strife. Maiiut'actiii'iM's Saini)les of C'lill-dreii's Wash Dresses .\ges from 3 to 10 years, a limited quantity only, marked at less than half usual prictis. Straw Hats tor Boys and Girls .lust arrived. I'heso are all marked at extremely low prices. Dark (Jlreen Window Shades -Mounted on good spring rollers, with brackets, nails and ring pull complete, size ."G x rn 7L', special each-....................... uUC Men's New Sprint;- Snits Well tailored in noat pattern, assorted size.-?. Regular $15.00 values, priced tor d�q q|-Wednesday .......,............... iPll.lfD Men's Dress Shirts Neat pin stripes, stiff cuffs, sizes 14 to nn !�',(;, regular to $1.25, Mach ............ VitC Men's New Sprlnp: Neckties In fancy aasort.ed patterns, priced 0 C ' each ................................, ZiuC 20 Pair Men's Black Prcspee-tor's Boots Very strong working shoe, size 6 to 8% d� J only, reg. $7,00 for, per pair........ �p*t��)U Men's Tan dxlf Button 'Boots Smart, dressy shoes, regular $5.00, for d�o CA per pair ......................... ipj.tJw Enamelware I'hft balance of this shipment ot manufacturers' seconds will be on sale Wednesday and Thursday of this weak. It your wants are enamelware, tlilB Is your opportunity to stoolc up at a reduction off regulaiv prices. WALL PAPERS Suitable for kitchen, bedroom, etc., lit i splendid range ot patterns to choose from. Priced at 8c, 10c & 12c a roll. PUMPKIN, OC 2 tins ............... CDQ CORN SYRUP, r. lb. tins CQ-�39c 10 lb. tins ...... UuC LEMON OR VANILLA -lA Flavoring, 2 07.. bottle lUC WHITE GLOSS STARCH �% A 1 lb. packets ........ lUC GROCERIES FLOUR, 01. B. Cot's Seal of Quality, 98 lb. 7C sack ............. $J�OD SWEET POTATOES, large tins regular 25c. 1 Or special ............. JLJfC PICNIC HAMS, l> to 8 lbs. 1 Cj _ very special, per lb. ., 13C ORANGES, special ^1--* per doz............OOC RHUBARB, fine, fresh OC  2 lbs.................. LDC ASPARAGUS, fresh, green tips per lb. 25c. MC 2 lbs................ *fDC LOMBARD PLUMS, OQ^ 2 ting................ LoQ HUDSON'S BAY CO. What the Press Agents Say AUSTINS FFENSIVE ON ITALY Rome, via Paris, April 10--Tho Aus-trians are preparing an offensive on a large scale along tho whole Italian front, according to dispatches received here'which state that) this action was decided on at recent conferences between- Archduke Eugene and other Austrian commanders. Strong bodies of troops have been withdrawn from the Roumanian border and (luantlties ot iiiunitlons are being sent from the Interior of tho empire. The Italian military chiefs, the dispatch further aays, have made all preparations to break the offensive and to force the Austvlans back on the detenslvo. Red Ros� Ti a g?od tea- Pantages Bill The bill at the Orpheum last night proved to be one ot tho best of the Pantage's shows yet seen in Lethbrldge. MacHae and Clogg started the performance with a. bicycle act that is without question about the best thing in its particular line to visit Leth-bridge. Miss Clegg Is justly termed the Venus ot the wheel she Is a Canadian girl, and tor a number ot years was solo rider with tho well-known Kaufman troupe having appeared he-tore most ot the royalty In Europe, in 1909 sho anpoarod before the king and queen of Denmark. Clinton and Roouoy in a dainty singing and dancing act were second and scored heavy in their clover ottering. Miss Rooney is the daughter ot the famous comedian, Pat Rooney, the peer of all Irish comedians in his day. Julia was what you might call born on the stage, and though young in years sho is old in experience and has played in almost every English speaking country. While playing at the Scollar theatre, Copenhagen, she was requested to appear at the Roynl theatre to entertain King Edward and Queen Alexandra, who were visiting tho King of Denmark. Among Julia's most treasured possessions is a medal presented to her by PrlncesB Marie at the conclusion of the above performance. Daniel Roach and James McCurdy "The Prune-Centro Cut-XJps" are about the funniest pair we 'have seen tor Bome timo and their clover offering caused laughter to run riot during their seemingly short time on the stage. These two gontiemen were for years Identifled wjtb Wm. A. Brady's "Way Down East Co." in the famous parts ot HI Holler and Tho Town Constable. Some ot tho older theatre goers recognized them when they came on tho stage last night. The Six Serenaders were the closing act and It Is hard to find words to express tuU appreciation ot their eftortB but suffice to Bay they were forced to respond to encore upon encore by an enthusiastic audience. Their rendering ot the "Sextette ot Lucia" was excellent. At the Majestic The thrilling war play "The White Feather" will be the attraction at the Jlajestic Theatre tomorrow (Wednesday) night. The play will be presented In Its entirety, elaborately staged, and with all the original production as seen here before. Seats are now soiling at Hedleys and reservations for any priced eeal may be made there. At Starland Despite tho number of counter- attractions in the city last night, a i large crowd witnessed "The Immigrant" ut Starland, and wero amply i rewarded for doing so. This is tho j first time thot the talented and beau-i tltul Valeska Suratt has played before ja Lethbrldge audience, and her Inter-; pretatlon ot the role ot Mashii, the j beautiful Russian immigrant, has I placed her in the foremost ranks of favorite actresses at this , popular theatre. This picture will be showii ' tor the last times tonight, and Miss i SImm will also sing again tonight. , 0:i W^eduesday and Thursday Paulino Frederick,, who has become bo popular with Starland's patrons, will appear In a picturlzatlon of Henry Ar- thur Jones' powerful drama "Lydia Gilmore." This wonderful Paramount picture is conceded to be the best In which the talented Miss Frederick has yet appared. Miss Frederick needs no Introduction to the people of Lethbrldge, and her name alone is sufficient guarantee ot the quality of the production. The latest war weekly will also be shown ou this program. Further Remand at Regina Reglna, April 11.-^When the case of J. P. Brown was called In police court this morning, U. Sampson, crown prosecutor, asked for a further remand. "There are further charges to bo laid," said Mr. Sampson. H. Y. MacDouald, K.C., raised no objection. Magistrate Hefternan said It woiUd be the last remand he would grant. "It win be imperatiye on the prose-outlon to produce sometlifng to �wavf rant me In. holding Brown further," he said. "This is the last adjourn, ment I shall grant unless some evidence is produced. This man has been In Jail tor a month now without a tittle of evidence being produced against him." The case will oome up again on April 19th. Now Hemember! At the Empress '"i'ho Girl and tho Game" series ba-ing shown at the Qmpress continue to attract much attention. Helen Holmos is the most daring movie actress today, and her stunts are always thrilling. In Uio fourth chapter of this sansntlonal picture, appearing for tho Inst timo tonight, Helen Is shown making a daring leap over a cliff Into a buy, eluding her pursuer, tho drunken Seagrue. No one should miss these pictures, for though the series runs u Btory us thrilling as the pictures them- BOlVOB, When I ask for cocoa I vrant the everyone knows that the best is best and Vb� T� r le c ii o B r  � It is a well-known fact that in every home where qual-' ity is appreciated, this delicious cocoa may be found.! It is pure and wholesome and manufactured from the best cocoa beans procurable. Sec that the boy brings it. Littl* A 05 ;