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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 19l(J THE LETHDRIDGK I'i A 1 L Y HERALD PAGE SEVEfi DO & EASTER SHOPPING AT RYLANDS! E VERY Department of this Busy Store is crowded with beautiful ' Fresh, Crisp, New Spring Merchandise, making a visit to this Store a Shopping Trip full of interest and pleasure. Crepe De Chene, Jap Silk and Fancy Voile Waists on Sale .lust In time for lOiistor, liiiiiilretls oC pretty waists for tlin BpriiiR cohHiiik;, The Crepi; Do (Uiune wiUbI Ih ii Hlroug fiivorlto Just now, pur-tloulnrly white. .lupancHu Wauh Silk waists In whito or fancy stripes arc also gcod. WHITE VOILE WAISTS, sntin stripe, with high-low convertible collars anil now sleeve, extra special .................. $1.50 JAPANESE SILK WAISTS, white only, neat tiicl priced from ................ 35c to I'errlns, Dents and Roulllon, finest French kid gloves in white, white with black points, tans, browns or blacks, all sizes, (j to g, every pair guaranteed, a pair...... $1.50 Barerains THE LARGEST STOCK OF AMERICAN AND CANADIAN COB-SETS IN THE CITY-60 DISTINCT IVIODELS TO CHOOSE FR0IV1, WITH VALUES THAT CANNOT BE EQUALLED IN THIS CITY. CORSETS, made from a high grade coutil. perfect fitting, sizes from 18 to L'l!, prion WARNER'S high grade corsets, with doul>le skirt, u real special bargain . WARNER'S lace front models, a perfect fitting corset, sizes I'.l to 20, on sale Easter 75c $1.15 week $2.50 $3.50 $4.00 SUPER BONE, a oon^et similar to the made to order kind in style, only a hotter quality or. sale .....................'.......... NEMO CORSETS, for stout figures, on sale at this store only, a pair ................ IV1ISSES CORSETS, with elastic top and f. hon-ings, also ferris wuist style "J^f nil sizes............................... I OK. CHILD'S WAISTS, made from heavy Jean material. 3 to 7 years ................... BRASSIERES, an oxtra special bargain, laoo trimmed at 45c 65c Here Are More Bargains MIDDY CLOTH, full 8B Inohea wide heavy weight, regular 30c OA_ on sale ................. id"C CRINKLE CREPE, 30 inches wlda, white only, regular 18c, on 1 O _ sale while It lasts at..... IOC KHAKI SHIRTING, fine mercerized material for mllltarj- OC_ shirts, extra special value jOC KINDERGARTEN CLOTHS, will not fade, suitable for children's wear, and House Dresses e for ..................... CDC CREAM FANNELETTE, extra quality, full yard wide, worth -i m 20c a yard, clearing at .. IfxC COTTAGE WINDOW NETS, brand TO OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS- If You Can^t Come, Mail in Your Order CO new materials for windows kar-t Cfk pure wool, extra special �P A.Uv WHITE CREPE DE CHENE, yard wide. Bilk mixture, Bult- AC - able for blouses ........ HOC NEW VEILINGS, fine even mesh, with border, black only, OC^ reg. 35c. on sale ....... �iOC ROLLER TOWELING, heavy weight, Turkish crash, -i n\ an extra special value at LCiZC LETHBRIDGE'S BUSY STORE TO OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS- We Prepay Charges On These Specials union; Mia^biE); What the Press " Agents Say At the Empress "The Painted, Soul," in live parts. Is the feature for tonight at the Ein-])ress. Prom the wonderful picture of a, woman with her "soul shining from her eyes," a woman of the underworld, selected by the artist for a model' of "The Fallen Woman," becomes resurrected and leaves her sordid life, falling in love with the artist. The artist's mother will not permit any marriage, so the girl pro-mises to give up the artist, and goes back to the streets. THE CAUSE OF ANAEMIA It is universally known that iron is a very important element of the blood, and lack of it is the direct cause of run-down conditions and anaemia. It may Interest our readers to know that Dnigglsts J. D. Hlgiu-liotham & Co., of this town, have In VInol a reliable, constitutional remedy tor such conditions. VInol auppllos Iron to the blood in Its moat soluble Btato, then there's the nourishing pro: pertlea of beef peptone and the medicinal curative extractives of fresh cod livers, without oil, all dissolved In a pure native tonic wine. That's what makes VInol so successful In overcoming ruii-dow'n and anaemic conditions, Pantdges Bill That the show, at the Orpheum is the best all rouiul vaudeville entertainment yet supplied by Paulages circuit is the general verdict of everyone. Tonight is the' last ijight and lovers of genuine first class singing should not fail to hear the "Six Seren-aders" in a "de luxe offering from song-ville" that is far ai,il away from the best vocal sextette ever seen or heard here. Whether ^harmonizing in chorus selections or singing ludividually, they itre beyond criticism. In addition to semi-classical selections and popular ballads, they offer ragilnto numbers and one or two' novelties. The young women are pretty and graceful, doing some pretty dance steps as well as singing and wearing some pretty costumes. The soprano solo "Beautiful Koses" by Miss Hary Hoover was beautiful and gave this little lady an opportunity to .display a voice that for quality and range, would do justice to some of the large grand opera companys. Th'e audience last night were especially {pleased with the Sox tette from Lucia, and applauded long and loud, and although the serenadors are the closing act the audience was still seated and! applauding for more when they finished. I At the Majestic The best evidence a theatre manager can offer his patrons as to the actual merits of an attraction that he is offering for their approval are the undisputed facts concerning Its success elsewhere.. What is said here concerning the success of Gua UlU's production of Bud Fisher's great cur-toon play. Mutt and Jeff in College, coming to the Majestic next Monday and Tuesday, April 17 and 18, can easily bo verlfled In the news columns of almost any newspaper. The big Now York; company with all of the arguments that won' It's success will bo here. (Jot seals at lledleys now. FEAIHER AT THE IJEST "The White Feather," the play that has roused the interest of the whole liriiish Emiilre, Is coming to the .Majestic tonight. No play has ever been written which so closely brings to light the workings of diplomatic plotters. The German espionage system is here laid bare. The completeness of their plans and the wide sqope of their operations are shown in a way that Instills deeper thoughts Into all who witness It. It is the play that took London by storm under the name of "The .Man WIio Stayed at I-lomo.'' On its presentation there a sensation was caused throughout the old country that eventually led to the exposing of many real German plots against Hrl-tain. The company producing the play, which is a William A. Urady prodac-tlon, is backed by W. B. Sherman. This alone Is a guarantee of the class of entertainment we may expect. Every member of the cast is au artist, thoroughly equipped for the playing of the spectacular drama. James Guy-Usher, whose reputation extends all over Canada luid the United States, is playing the leading role. He is assisted by a company of players with whom he 1ms been associated for a considerable time. They carry with them all eqiiipment necessary for a proper production of the play. SEVEN MILLION NOW TO DEVELOP NEW ONTARIO Toronto, April 11.-Tne Ontario government plans to devote $7,000^000 to the development of New Ontario. Intimation to this elt'ect was made in the legislature this evening by the Hon. Howard Ferguson, minister of lands, forest arid mines. The government expects to make arrangements to loan money to settlers so that It would not coat the settlers more than six per cent Interest for money borrowed. If ?000 per settler proves inadequate the government will see to it when the time comes that the settler will get more, Mr. Ferguson said. PORTUGUESE MINISTRY RESIGNS Lisbon, April 11.-The Portuguese ministry has resigned as a result of differences on the question of a proposed amnesty for political offenders. Michael St. tiormaiii, an Indlaii, on the Hama roseryo, Ont., died at the ago It iH said of oiie hundred and six. Retains flavor and freshness I In bread and pastry 19 "Y" BOYS DESERVE VERY GREAT PRAISE The boys of the Y.M.C.A. may well be proud of their efforts In the play presented for the last time at the Ma. Jostle last night, "The Upper Trail," The pity is that the attendance was not much larger. The boys deserve distinct praise for the efforts they I)Ut Into the play and for the real drii-: matlc ability they displayed. The boys wero afterwards entertained by, Seoretary Thompson of the Y,.M,C,A. ! Tho lads who took part In the play ! are as follows: Goo. McKlllop, Lepu' Duni?worth, Lewis t:!ascadden, Paul ' Fltzpatrlek, ' .Maurice Talntor, Alf. i Kane,. Ralph Waddlngton, Chas. Jones,' James Kingston, Kltou Steele, Jeff. Wttddington, Sydney Short, Norman Higlnb.otham, Merton Dowuott, Geo. Komm, Jas. Thompson,- Denis ;Mc-! Leod, Wade l?lripath, Goo. Young, Don Marshall, Wllbor Murray, Paul Patrick, Ulchard Pljies, Nick McPhoe, Percy Morris, Koklln Kaake, Hodolph Von Haarlem. Tho violin playing of Geoff, Wad-dhiEton wuH particularly oommeiit'od upon. The aetlng of all th� boys dls- I played real merit. i Make Your Body Tingle with life and energy for the day's work by eating foods that contain real nutriment-that do not use up all the vitality of the body in an effort to digest them. Shredded Wheat Biscuitsup-plies the greatest amount of body-building, energy-creating material with the least tax upon the digestive organs. It is a real whole wheat food, ready-cooked and ready-to-serv9, containing the life of the wheat grain-nothing added, nothing taken away. Start the day right by eating Shredded Wheat with hot or cold milk. Serve it for luncheon with sliced bananas or other fruits. Made in Canada. PHONE 1224 MILK Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal flalry CD. PHONE '1576. Mrs. F. D. Shaw has left to spend a week In Blalrmore, Alta. � * * Mrs. U. B. McKenzIe and little daughter left this morning for Loth-brldgo where they will live in future. -Edmonton Journal. Mrs. It.H. Dobson and little daughter Rosamond, left last night for Valley-ileld. Que., where they will spend the summer. * * * Miss Gladys Jacques leaves today for Vancouver, where her marriage to Mr. H. Butler takes place the end of the week. The regular meeting of the Women's Civic Club will be held In the Y.M.C.A on Thursday at 8 p.m.; tho executive win meet at 7.30. * � * If the tine weather continues until Saturday the Red Cross tag-day, the success of this effort is very certain. Badges and boxes may be obtained from the rooms in the post olllco on Friday afternoon. Tea will ho served In tl^e rooms on Saturday for the convenience of the helpers. * * 4 Tho Central W.C.T.U. will hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday at 3.30 at tho home of Mrs. H. M. Whiddington, 610 14th street south. All members are asked to make a special effort to attend, as arrangements are to bo made for the district convention which will be held iu Lothbrldgo, May third and fourth. � �  Tho following details havo been received of tho Hatch-Woolf wedding. An early morning marriage was celebrated Monday at Cardston when Miss Grace Woolf and Mr. Thpfuas I-I. Il^itch v/ere happily united at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bates, who Is a sister of tho bride. Pros- Sterling Williams ofllclated. The yotirig.coliple left amid a) shower of rice on tho morning train for Calgary, .where they will spend.a two week's visit prior to returning to their home at Buuzor. A wedding dance In their honor Is being arranged tor tho 22nd Inst. * � � �  � lijONSIDE-^PKIlRY A quiet wedding took place on Monday evening when Miss Myrtle Wilson Perry, became tho wife of Mr. Peter McGregpr Ironside. Tlie ceremony was performed hy Roy. G. H. Cobble-dick nt Wealoy parsonage. . . . JinNSHIRO-JENNETT A wedding of unusual interest took place on Monday night at Wosloy parsonage � when Rev. Q. H. Cobbledlck mijtod In marriage Miss Blanche Jen-Hett of Calgary, and a native of ]?rn�oa, and Mr, Nlshy Jonshlro of ''Maclood, and a native of Japan. Tho 'groom is Iu tUo coul'octlouery busi- ness iu Macleod where the newly wedded couple win make their home. A *  The Alexander Gait Chapter, Daughters of the Empire, acknowledge with thanks the following knitting and donations of soldiers' comforts for March 1916: Socks (pairs)-8, Mrs. H. Taylor; 8 Miss Dingwall; 1 Mrs. Bennett; 6 Mrs. Miller; 3, Miss Price;2, Mrs. Borrow-man; 2 Mrs. McKeown and Mrs. Smith; 1, Mrs. Ford; 5, Mrs. FIsk; 4, Mrs. McNabb; 5 Mrs. Nalsmith; 1, JMrs. Ness; 2, Mrs. McTavIsh; 3 Mrs. Devlne; 1 Mrs. Orchards; 1 Mrs. Tiller, Diamond City; 3, Mrs. Scott sr.; 4, Mrs. Campbell; 2, Mrs Christie; 1. Mrs. WIlson,/HardlevllIe; 3, Mrs. Millar; 1. Mrs. Sloan; 3, no name; 7 Miss McKay; 2, Mrs. Ritchie; 2, Mrs. Ewert; 8, Miss Tillney; 19, Ladles of Pipers Band, per Mr�. Home; 2, Mrs; McCormack; 2, Mrs. Codd, 6, Mrs. Smith and Miss Sherlock; 6, Mrs. Jones; 4, Mrs. Scott; 1, Mrs. May-nard; 4, Mrs. Watson; 12, Mrs. and Misses Cameron; 2, MIsa A. Dimk; 1, Mrs. A. Carr; 1, Mrs. Mount, 1, Mrs. Page; 2, Mrs. Morris; 2, Mrs. Parsona; 1, Mias Campbell; 1, Mrs. Cobbledlck; 4, Mrs. Washbrook; 1, Mrs. DeVeber; 2, Mrs. Main; 7, Mrs. McCready; 1 Mrs. McCrae; 5, Mrs. Glayzer; 2, Mrs. Smith, Warner. Wash clothes. Myrtle Rose. Wristlets, Mrs. McKeown. Handkerchiefs, Mrs. Main. Day shirts, 2, Mrs. Staines; 1 Mrs. Morris. Night shlrta, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Stafford, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Sharman, Mrs. Brymner, Mrs, Hardy. Wool, Mrs. Rylands. One piece cheesecloth, Mrs. Webb. High school-Socks, pairs-2, Evelyn Fllmer; 1, Maggie Pllnn; 1 Hannah Maine; 1 Amy Cossaboone. Scarfs, Donna Murray. Fleetwood school, socks, pairs-One Constance Mathers; 1, Two pupils; 1, Flora Groghegan; I, Irene Brooks; 1, Bessie Smith. Wristlets, pairs-Pour, pupils of grade IV.; I Bessie Smith; 1, Annie McVean. Scarfs-A.nastasla Skelth. RUSSIANS HAVE ATTAINED OBJECT Petrogrttd, via London, April 11.- The lighting north and south of Dvlnsk is being waged fiercely, but still without decisive advantage to either side. Military opiulon hero Is Inclined to view the situation with tho greatest complacency, since the main object of Russia's surprlaa attack on Field Marshal Von Hlndenburg's Dvlnsk position-to create a diversion while the Germaa'attack on Verdun was In progress-is regarded as having been fulfilled. Tho necessity of defending their Dvlnsk position Is said to have upset the calculations of the German .fsn-eral staff, who had counted on a period of quiet along the Russian front to enable them to transfer troops to engage In Uio campaign ngalnst the Froncli, FACE PEELING HABIT . BECOMING FASHIONABLE Women of fashion and refinement In this country a� in Europe: seem to have been acquiring the mercolized wax habit, depending less and less upon cosmetics for their ooraplexlon difficulties. It does seem a lot saner to just peel off the worn-out skin when It loses its youthful color and /appeai-ance-now that {this can be done so easily, safely, painlessly and eoonomlcally. There'm uo trouble getting mercolized wax �.t any drug store (an ounce will do), since Us virtues have become generally known here, and there's no trouble using It -Just as you �us� cold cream, applying oit night, washing It oft next morning. The wax take* off the old scarf skin. In tiny (lakei, a little each day. Tho new undersldn which gradually appears, Is velvetr soft and beautifully wlilte, radiant with girlish loveliness. Any surface trouble nice pimples, red or yellow patches, freckles, etc., vanishes of course wltli the dlaoardod cuticle. It has also become the fashion, when wrinkles begin to appear, to bathe the face onco a day for a while In a harmless solution made by dissolving an ounce of powdered saxo-lite in a half pint of witch hazel. This Is remarkably effective in erasing the hateful lines. Adv. SURE WAY TO GET RID OF DANDRUFF There is one sure way that never falls to remove dandruff completely and that is to dissolve It. Jlils destroys it entirely. To do this, Just get about four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the sculp and rub it'Mn gently with the finger tips. ' By morning, moat If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of It, no matter how much dandruff yon may have. You will find, too, that all itching and digging of the scalp will stop Instantly, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, ami look and feel a hundred times bettor. You can get liquid arvon at any .drug store. It Is Inexpensive, and tour ounces la all you will need. This simple remedy has never been known to fall. Adv, PLOTTERS EXECUTED El Paso, Texas, April 11.-The three leaders of the plot to seize Jaure/ t;ud overthrow tho Carranza BniTlHOu there last Sunday were executed by the llrnigT-squad in Jaurez early today. The three leaders wero NIoholas Chav-aaarrla, Joe Inez Bernet; and Floreucl'i Hernandez. No man can dp effective work it constipated-'Rexall Orderlies are au ^ ofi:eollve laxative. Sold by Rexall Drug Stores only, 15c and 25o boxes, J, D, Hlglnbotlifim ii, Co., Limited, ' ;