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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1!)ir� THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block JUST EIGHT MORE SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE EASTER CLARKE & CO. We Have Never Experienced Such Universal Admiration of Garments as IS M VNll KSTEl) Tins S1:AS()N in KVKin I)is(lU>n\.VT^ who visits oik HirADV-TO-WEAK SIX'TION IN SKAHCIl OF A NEW KASTKH Ol TI IT. Styles Are Correct - Models Are Exclusive - Prices Are Right That's the w\wU^ story ii� :i mitsholl, as well as lholp paiio ol iUMVs|Kipt'r space, aiul a personal iiispec-(iou \vill move firmly eiHiviiiee you ol" the superiority ol' these sloeks. So make i( a i>olut to visit this store at the earliest possible momeut.aml seleet your Easter outfit while stoeks are at their best. Our alteration department is already taxeii to eapaeity and early choosers >vill be certain of their s;arments for the ' women in sizes :JS, It). 12 and 11. Silk, Silk and Cloth Combination Suits ($42.50 _I--- N to In a Most Attractive and Satisfying Assortment($50.00 Noiliins but tho besl of nialorinls ami the bpgl nf wofkmaiisliii) Is put into niirmeiitK of this i-luiracttr Immlleil at this store. loiiseinuMitly th(,.ri> is a ricliness aljoul thoni which places theiii above tho averaKe and an exchisiveness as well, so niueh deslreil bv women of exaoting tastes. BLACK TAFFETAS, NAVY TAFFETAS AND BLACK AND NAVY TAFFETAS WITH FINE CLOTH COMBINATIONS, WHICH IS A POPULAR STYLE FEATURE OF THE HIGHEST CLASS GARMENTS THIS SEASON, ARE SHOWN HERE IN SPLENDID VARIETY - ONLY ONE OF A KIND, AND ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FROKT ANY YOU'LL SEE IN OTHER STORES. Handsomest Serge and Gaberdine Suits ^^^2.50 -,-2- and Wide Variety of Choice--All High-Class Garments($35.00 .\t these lu-'ces we have a most eonipielienslyt. ninse of the bolter Rraile sait'tenls. made of belter materials than you wonUl tliiiik it possibly to s;et this season, and including all sizes. SMART BELTED COATS, LOOSE BOX COATS, SEMI-MILITARY STYLES AND PLAIN TAILORED EFFECTS ARE THE MOST PROMINENT MODELS FEATURED, LINED THROUGHOUT WITH SILK OR SATIN, FINISHED WITH SILK SHIELDS: SKIRTS MADE IN FULL CUT CIRCULAR STYLES WITH BELTS AND SHIRRED EFFECTS. COLORS NAVY. BLACK, RUSSIAN, GREEN. GREY. AND NEAT BLACK AND WHITE CHECKS. New Hand Bags S2.00, S2.50, S3.00 A fiill new stiifk ol' latest shjuK's jiisi !(i li n 11 (1. f t> 1 (I rs. t;iii UTcy. itllK^ UTtM'U. i)l:ick. vS;f. Guaranteed Gloves S1.25 Whiif kit! with lilack >t itcliiiiu'. ;) Iso I a 11 ilt)j.oo The fiuesi garments on ilie market, pnrf siik crejie de iliene. very handsonn^ styles, colors flesh, maize, sky. ireani. .to. Splendid Snit.s. $15.00 Black and navy series, newest belted styles, with braid trimming. nav\^ and black, sizes lo ^^. ' Special Snit Sale. $22.50 Spiendid qaality series in navy and black; also ptire woo! tweeds in lii;ht colors, sizes li:. IS and up to 41'. Lar.ne Wonien'.s Suits $22.50 i'laiu tailored style, beautiful quality ser.ye. exira full cut skirl, navy and blavk. sizes up to H. (iossard Corsets. $2.25. $.3.00. $4. $5.50 .\ mode! for every fipure ai a iirice one-third less tiian formerly sold at, on a�:couut of l)eiiii; made in t'anada now and ilie duty eliminated. rinest Silk Hosiery. $1.00 A: $2.00 ICxceptional values at both prices, in a full rniiKe of all the wanted colors. ' : Larjue Selecticnis of Smai'test Coats $10. $12.50. $15. $17.50. $20 iS: $25 Sports coats in idaiii and novelty cloths, covert coats, silk coats, sertie coats and many other materials in nu)st, attractive sl\ les. Taffeta Silk Dresses $17.50 iV: $20.00 Kxcpllent ipiallty clotli. in various new and attractive styles, navy and lilack. sizes up to 14. New Silk Sweaters $17.50 Hd in a tew hours all llie foul waste, the sour bile and fernieiitinK food passes out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child a;;ain. Children love this harmless "fruit laxative." and motheis i^n rest easy after giving ii. ljscau.se it neier fails to make their .link- "insides" clean aud swset. Keep it handy, .Mother: .\ little jjiven today saves a sb.'k child-tomorrow, but set the scnuine. .\.sk your druggist for a .ili-cent liotlle of '(."all-fornia Syrup of l"1i!S," which has directions for iialdes. children of all Hyes and for srown-ups plainly on the bottle. Kemeuiber there are counterfeits sold here, so .surely look and see that yours is made by the "Call loruia >"ig Syruji Company." Hand back with contempt any other fig Syrup,"-Advertisement. Judges For Musical Contests | Arranged For-Will Be .Many Comiietifors Defy Dyspepsia! ; The adjudicators who will i)reside i over the competitious in the provinc-lial festival to be held In Lethbrldge Ion May 2:1, :;4. and 25 have been sel-! ected ill the persons of ftliys Thomas, i Winnipeg, and Frederick Chubb, Van-U'ouver. These two Beiitiemen are well known artists, Uhy.-; Thoma.s having acted as adjudicator al nearly every provincial festival. fie is (he choir leader of Knox church. Wiuni-pe,i;. and one of the most noted tuus-iciauH ill Canada. Mr. Chubb is or-gaisl and choirmaster of Christ church Vancouver, is a B..A.., \!ns. Bac. and K. R. C. O. and a prominent coast musician. The present indications are that the festival will be a huge success. There have already been many apiilicailoim from prospective competitors from several iioints ihrouKhotil the jirov-Ince, and there are also many 1oo,a4-j UDS,!,-.:! loi.nid Total ......i',i;c7,;i72 :!. The above llgures include all Cernian nationalities Prussians; Hu-varlans, Saxons and Wurteinhergers). 'I'liey do not Include naval easnultie.s or caHualtles of colonial troops. VERY HIGH COST To Take 30,000 Men Across Atlantic, $3,383,340 Was Paid .Mrs. Lillian Flliott. wife of ludge I'ldward l!illiott. Junior judge of .Middlesex county, died suiddeiily. Oltawa, .Vpril 1U.--.I. .1. Iluglie.'s, of Prince lOdwanl l;ilanri, in the liouse today, learned that it cost the government s:t,:p;:',,:;4i) to carry the br.-it continge.nl of :;ii,(JOij men across the Atlantic, 'I'hirty-one Hliiiis were jii-eluded in Ihe arinitr.ionl. Hon. A, K. Keiu|), acting iiiinlKler of inillllla, explained that the cost wus largely Increased In conseiiuence of having to chi^rter the sliliis Home tliiip In advance In order lo aeeure a sulllcient nuts her to go in consort under a convoy, of warnhiiis. All the Hhlpa hud to go to one port lo disombark, and tlilB add^d to the cost of victualling and demurrage chargoB; The V..\|.C.A. ai Ottawa started a campaign to raise $250,000 to continue the iir.soclailon'p wfci'k am'Jiil! Ciinad-lun fjoldiers In RngVan- �iiil I'i'ance. The Health and Beauty Bath is assured when Lifebuoy Soap JH used, IL keeps the akin rndlantly clean and glowinff with health. Lifebuoy is an hono.sl soap -unwrap a cako and amejl it. A tnild carbolic odor \h there-ttiat means an utterly healthy akin. But, tho odor vanishuH immediately after use. HEALTHY |� Wti'MIMI�JtMllUlMl|lMU|lfillllll.|IMktllliMi*IUMM|lU� i;^.w.M)tiipthi*MiM.iiM*lM>linti�VIUM?tW�UIUIfiM i^ardstou. .\prll 11.-The funeral of iMrs. Emily iiigelow, who passed away in C'ardaton on .Monday, the ;trd lust., was held at Ihe Stake Tabernacle. Sunday afternoon, interment being at the local cemetery. The services were largely attended and werc^ addressed by nisho!) Kdward l.oavilt. Glonwood, AUa., .Mrs. I(. S. Allen, Raymond, fir. .1. M. Tanner and I're:;-ident .Sterling Williams. CJardstou. Poems of sympathy were read, composed by Mn-i. R. Gregsoii. Gleiiwood. and '/i. W. .lacohs, Cardstoii. Musical selections were furnished by the Slake choir, mixed rjuartetle, song by iirim-ary children, solos by Kita Oriwdle and .Mrs. Lexie nurlon. Pall bearers: J), W. Card, U. K. Uales, . Folsoni, Jr. The price, was $:i,r)00. Last evening .). Holmes received an olllcial post curd from his nephew, K. Savage, who ir. with tho Army Service corps somewhere In France. The commuiiicallon was brief but lo the jioiiit <-oiitainlng these worils, "f am quite well." Kddle, who is now a lance-corporal, enjoys the honor of being the first lo join the colors from Iho Cardstoii dlstrlcL ' Prepare for Ftstlval Considerable liitoresf is being maii-jlfesf in the coming muBlcal festival at I Lethbrldge In May. Stake choir practices are hold lwi(!o weekly and miirk-fd progreSH la being made in the (-oii-lesl seleclloiiK. CUirdsloii will no donlil make a gf;od showing at Ihe compol-itioii. If the requirocl number of tickets caii be sold arraiigemoiits will be made foV a upeclal train. Sorgt. Rrookii, of the 17rith Imltallon arrived in town last evening from .Medicine Hal, looking none llio worse lor hlii oxijerluiiceH ac.rosH the bordor I where he was ari'osted In Spokane on ia charge of breaking the uoulrallty I laws, ifo was acqultlod of the cliargu. ]Tho sergeant has many frloiids In CnrdHtun, his home being in this dlsl-trict. j Itome. April 11.-Uy royal dC'Ciee I the classes of reservists Jire called 1 immediately to the colors; .Men horn ] in ISnil and who served In cavalry: ! men born in 18S2-S:?-S4-85-SB, and who ! have served in the mounted artillery, and men born in lS82-S:<-S4-S."i and who ; hav(! served In the ongiiioers. as well as all men of the territorial militia i who have served, iii flic cavalry and I also men of the transjiorl service for j artillery and engineers. TERRIBLE DEATH ROLL Paris, April ll.--Wllllum Howard, secrelary of tho Albanian relief com-mitteo, anvB that 150,000 peoplo have died of Htarvatloii In' Albania during the past elghteau maiillis, and that D00,000 wofo UkQly to die boforo normal condltlouB In that couutry wore restored, ! Weakness!! Exhaustion Overtaxed Strength Undermined VitaHty i'diirs is a cane for Wincarn'm Don't remain "run down" aud "out of sorUi." water revive.! a drooping' ))lanl, .so will Wiu-carnis give new life aud new vitality to youl' weukeiied coiislitiitipi). Because Wiu-cariiis j)ossesses a four-fold power, il is ;i 'I'onic, iicstora-live, Ulood Maker, jS'erve I'ood, all combined in one delicious, life-giviuK beverage, llejjiii to )4ct well now, ,it once. Vou will feel Will-carnis do yon jjood frou^tbe first wlueglusslul. is reeomnieiuled by over ll),l)fK) doclor.s. If yon are weak, anuiuiic, nervous, or run-down, Wincarnis will r&storc you to lieallU and Btreugth, ASK YOUR DOCTOR GET IT AT YOUR DRUGGIST'S , Plnln, COc. ' QuBrU, $1.50 C\v,\m.\'.i Aoiskt': K,KANt< S, DAI/i;,, 07 I'orlliiiid St, . - - foroiitg, Ont, 35 ;