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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL U, 191(5 THE LETHBRIDGEDAILY HSirtALD PAGE SEVEN Fresh and Refreshing B76 IS composed of clean, iirl\6le young leaves. Picked right, blended rigl\t and packed right. It brings the fragrance of an Eastern gardei^ to your table. npRUE economy in A the buying of toilet ^J, soap consists of: '� First-Getting soap that you like to use. Second-Getting this soap at lowest cost. Yen will like Ivory Soap. It is so mildj so pure, so high in quality that it is impossible not to like it. ' You get Ivory Soap for five cents per cake. No r toilet soap sells for less. No toilet soap at any ' price can give you better \ � satisfaction. IVORY SOAP mm PUKE Made at Hamilton, Canada 0 0 KEEP SOLDIERS !N LETHBR UL Hal and I^thbrldgc (.!ommittee Forward Requost to The Militia Departnicnl DISSOLVE SE: ELECTION MM Announcement Is Surprise-To He Changes in Provincial Cal)inet QUEBEC ELECTION ? yuebee, April 13.-Tlin Que- : : lioc iL'Klsliiture was dissolved > : today. iN'oiiiinutiunK will be ? held May IMi . aiid elections . M. JobiisuiMc relurned last night from a short trip to Cixl-Eiiry, .Mr. and Mrs. Jo,^l�pll Vining and daughter roturnod today from ( an-fornia, wliere Uiey siienl I be winter months, * * * Tile ladles of the Rcljekah Lodge will meet tonight at o'clock in the I I. O. O. F. ball. Visiting Kobekahs are cordially invited to attend. * n * Miss (iracc Hastie has relumed to her home in Maple Ci'c:nk alter siiend-liig several weeks with .Mrs. S. .1. Shepbord. * * * The ladles of the .Maple Leaf cbaii-ter, O. M S.. are rcrniiiiled of the sewing at the Hed Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon. Court Unity, A. O. F., will hold a social In St. Mary's ball toniglit (Thursday) at 8 o'clock. All members are requested to attend and bring their friends. Visiting members are also cordially Invited. .AM Cranbrook was the scene of an exceptionally pretty wedding at high noon Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Macleod, when their niece, Miss Bessie D Profltt became the bride of Arthur K. Stewart, of Calgary. * * * Mrs. Laycock"� section of Wesley Ladles' Aid will meet wltii Mrs. Di.\on, 1212 3rd Avenue A, on Friday afternoon. All those that have work for ' the bazaar are asked to bring it to this meeting. � it ft Mrs. W. H. Johnson and pupils, assisted by Mrs. Stella Lunibard Lay-ton, soprano, will give a piano recital In Knox church school room tomorrow night at 8.15. All interested In this branch of music are cordially invited to attend. No admittance fee will be charged. In order to continue the splendid work tliat the women of tlie Lethbridge branch of the Hed Cross have been doing for over a year, it is necessary for them to raise more funds; in order to do this a Tag Day is being held on Saturday and it is hojied that the public will be. generous in their response to this appeal. Helpers .-ire reminded that badges and boxes may be obtained from the Red Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon. * � ft PARIS-\VALKER At tlie Wesley parsonage on Tuesday evening the marriage of Mr. IHchnrd James Cobden Paris and Miss Klsle Walker took place. The ceremony was performed by Rev. 0. H. Cobblodick in the presence of the immediate relatives; the witnesses were Jlr. and Mrs. A. Smith. The groom has been a gardener at the Experimental Farm for some time and enlisted with tlie Gist Battery yesterday. WEEK END GROCERY SPECIALS Reduce the Cost of Housekeeping by making your daily purchases from the *Bay* Grocery PHONE 313 FLO UK H. B. CO.'S SEAL OF QUAL-ITY OR ROYAL HOUSEHOLD WEEK-END PRICES 24 II). Siicls . . . S{)C 41) II). SiU'k . . .fl.('>!) i)8 II). Sack .. ;j.;}r> :REAM CHEESE, "IngiM- -i rt soli", per packet...... XUC CREAM CHEESE, "Mac- OQ_ laren's", per Jar ...... OOC ROQUEFORT CHEESE OC "Maclaren's" per jar .. �it)C LOBSTER 't. lb. tins ........ 30c 33c 39c ROLLED OATS. Robin Hood or Ogilvle's, 8 lb. sacks each ............. GRAHAM FLOUR QO 10 lb. sack .......... JVC CORN MEAL 10 lb. sack ...... TEA, H. B. Co.'s lb. pails.......... 79c SARDINES, finest Nor- o |-wi'gian. special, 2 for �iOC CANNED GOODS SPECIALS HUNT'S CALIFORNIA FRUITS Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Cherries, Strawberries and Grapes, regular 35c special .............. LOMBARD PLUMS, 2 tins ............. . . PINEAPPLE, large tins oq reg. 35c, B|>�cial ..... ^�/C PEACHES, Peara and o r Chorries, spec. 2 tins uDC APPLES, gallon tins 33g 29c 23c special PEAS, BEANS & CORN special 3 tins 35c 25c TOMATOES, large tins OC_ reg. 15c, i> tins ..... OJC BLACKBERRIES, Gold Bar Brand, regular 35c special ............ RASPBERRIES and Strawberries, regular 25c, Oft** special per tin ....... iiUC FRESH RHUBARB, spe- 1 A _ cial per lb.......... luC FRESH ASPARAGUS j |-2 lbs................ *tDC RIPE TOMATOES, per lb........... ORANGES, per doz. 25c, 33c, 45o & 3uC .. 25c THE HUDSON^S BAY COMPANY ? < : : : : : : ? < : : CUT THE CABLES; OPERATOR HELD Calgary, Apr. 10.-The wires of the All-Red cable route running from Australia and .New Zealand to London, England, were cut in Calgary at 12.30 on Tuesday morning. Francis C. Lock, formerly the night shift operator in cliarge of the local relay station, was responsible, and has been arrested in Vancouver. The cable was out of business for a couple of hours. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. lYYETINTR At the Orplieiiin At the Orpheum tonight will be shown a five reel thriller, "The Pit" starring Wilton Lnckayo. This is a picturization of Frank Norrls' novel of the same name and that should be enough to draw an immense crowd. If you want to learn something about the manipulation of wheat prices In the Chicago pit you will see it all In this picture. It portrays an effort made by a daring speculator in tlie 'llO's to corner wheat. Tliroughout the story there is a strong love scene which adds the needed touch to make the picture one of the best ever thrown on a screen. AtStai'Iaml Paulino Frederick la without doubt the tlncat emotional actress in motion pictures today, and appears at her best in tlie wonderful drama, "Lydia Gilmore," wlilch was witness-ed by a large crowd lit Starland last night, and which will be the feature again tonight. This la without doubt one of the finest productions ever shown at Starland, which is saying much. Mr. Fleming will sing again tonight. Who has not read the story of Florence Nightingale, that splendid woman who was tho real originator of the Hed Cross society? The wonderful story oC her Ufa will be tho feature at Starland on Friday and Saturday. This will bo of'"ponuUar Intor-est, as Saturday is tag day' in the city for the socioty.- Miss Slmm and Mr. Fleming will slug a duet ut the eveuing performancq^p^ah night. Henry VI. Vmcy, a,;Hiia^pn coiUractor and for over halt a century n roai-duiit o� Toronto, died at Swausea. Mayor Writes School Board Regarding Their Attitude After ovaryono had thought the Daylight Saving idea liad been carefully Interred for all time to come, the' mayor has conceived the idea of giving the measure a year's trial in Lethbridge. He wrote a letter to the school board under date Aiirll 11th, with a view to finding the board's sentiments on the proposal. The matter was dealt with at the board meeting last night and the suggestion was not favorably received. His letter follows. "If tho school board and the business men through the Board of Trade will express a wlllingnuss With the city council, 1 think it will inaugurate a 'Daylight Saving program' for this year only, to try It out. "It should go Into oltect at tho llrst of May, If agreoable, and thorol'ore I woiild like your reply promptly." Trusleo ' McKUlop moved that the suggestion be not supported by the school hoard. He did not think that anything would be gained thereby. Trustoo Johnston was of the same opinion and the rest of the board were not very enthusiastic, so the motion was carried. Tho outcome of the campaign now rests with the decision of tho business men through the Board of Trade. FEilE GOUR DGE Fornio, April 12.- (Special to the Herald)-Today's session of tlto county court, at which tho criminal cases against Sam Ling, charged with poisoning, and tliat of two young men charged with holding up a young Russian hero some time ago, wore to come before Judge Tbompaon tor trial, was postponed till tomovrow, owing to the death of Mr. Justice Irvine, whose funeral took place today at Victoria. Corp. McLeod with Ptes. Grass and Burchell. of the Kiltie battalion at Lethbridge, are in town and are leav-ing tonight in charge of Ptes. James and 13van Evans of the same battalion. These two nion were allowed to come to Michel on leave ot absence, whlcli does not expire until the 17tli, but the passes were limited to Michel and the two men went down to Waldo to visit friends, aa they claim. They state that they had no Intention of violating any rogulatlons and were intending to return on time to Loth-bridge. 'I'he provincial police brought them back hero from Waldo, and they were held In the Fernle jail until tho arrival of Corp. McLeod today. A. 1. Fisher and Wni, Robeson are going to Michel Friday evening to address tho voters of that town on tho issues of tile day. The Liberals do not Intend to let tho interest in things provincial lag during the Interval between now and an election. NPLOTIERSPLEA NOT GUILTY San Francisco, April 13.-Franz Bopp, consul-general of Germany hero, and tour others, pleaded not guilty today in the United States district court to indlctinentB involving 1 DON'T LET SOAP i SPOIL YOUR HAIR | __ I When you wash your hair, be careful what you use. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too nn J;h alkali, which i.i very injurious, as It. dries tho scalp and makes the hair brittle. The best thing to use Is Just plaliv mulsltled cocoanut oil, for this is pure and entirely greaaeloss. It's very cheap, and beats the most expensive soaps or anything else all to pieces. You can get this at any drug store, and a few ounces will laat the whole family for months. Simply moisten the hair with wu- [ tor and rub it in, about a teaspoonful is all that la required. It makes an. abundance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and rinaeB' out easily. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and la soft, fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy and easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and takes out every particle of dust; dirt and dandruff. Adv, JUST TRY THIS WHEN HAIRY GROWTHS APPEAR (Beauty Topics) A smooth, hairless akin always follows tho use of a paate made by mixing some water with plain powdered delatone. This paste Is applied \o hairy surface 2 or 3 minutea, thou' rubbed off and the skin washed, when every trace of hair will have vanished. No pain or discomfort attends the use ot the delatone paste, but caution should be exercised to bo Buro that you get real delatone. Adv. violations of neutrality. Others were: E. H, Von Schack, vice-consul-general here; Baron George Wllhelm Von Brincken, a lieutenant ot the German army, identified with tho consulate; Ciiarles G. Crowley, a detective lu the admitted employ of Conaul-Geu-eral Bopp, and Mrs. Margaret Con-nell, an investigator employed by Crowley, � These are tho co-workers of J. H. Von Koolbergen, now In the Lethbridge jail,'who has beenalao charged at San Francisco with plots against U. S. interests. TWO MORE SHIPS London. April 11.-Two more ships have been reported sunk in the last 24 hours. According to tho morning newspapers this makes 42 British, 10 of Great Britain's allies uhd 30 uoutral vossela lost since March 10, when the new Gorraaii aubraurine dc^mpaign bo-gau., . . ,..... ONE TAX WITHDRAWN London, April 12.-~Edwln S. Montagu, tliiaudal secretary ot treasury, announced In the house 6� comnioiiat that the government has decided to withdraw the tax on railway tickots. ^^ff ROYAL YEAST Hm bMn Oanaila'a f�verlt� ytnat for over  quMrCar  ovntury; Bread balAil, with Royal Y��*t will M�p flr�th and moist longor than that mada with any othon *o that a full wook'a fMpply oan �a*ll^ bo,mad* at on* haHinSi and tli� laiit loaf Will ba Jutt'a* irood ao tho first. MADE IN CANADA E WGflJJETT CXDMPANY UMTIE^ "WJNNIPRO TORONTO, ONT. MONTOBAl. i S': 'i 15 0?8878 358062 ;