Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 8

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL IJ, lOlfl Wide Variety of Authentic Styles-Superior Materials at Lowest Prices CLARKE'S STYLE DEMONSTRATION AND EASTER SALEC IS Tin: MOST IMPORTANT EXKNT IN rillS CITY TO WO.AIKN SIPPLVTNG PKHSONAL NEEDS IN THE LINE OF EAS- ;v\:i'uess in take a elose niarLrin ! profii ;iud sell 1 wo uar- nients wjiere we I'oriueidy sold one. The advantage is all in your laxor-profit by it toinori'ow. MOST ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON NEWESt SUITS AM) WHO LOOK AROl XI) TELL IS rilEV ARE BY EAK THE PRETTIEST SL ITS THEY HAVE SEEN THIS SEASON. Silk Taffeta Skirts Xa.\"v and Black. .1st attractive lot at this pric�, black and navy serges, belted and box coats, all sizes. $22.50 Plain tailored, splendid serpes nuvy and black, sizes ;1S to 44. S27.50 Fine serges and black and white .hecks, very smart styles, all splendid values. S35.00 .A great range of most attractive models at this price, navy, black, sioen and black and white. $42.50 lilch taffeta silks and grey poplin suits in most exclusive styles. $45.00 Taffeta, poplin and silk and cloth combination suits, black and navy. $50.00 piack and navy taffetaa and silk and cloth combinations, beautUul garments. The Very Smartest of the New Coats Coats for girls four to founeen. for young ladles. 14 to L'O, for women's wear in all regular sizes and large women up to size 44. Covert Coats Splendid styles $20.00 to $25.00 Sports Coats $10.00 to $17.50 Serge Coats Navy and black $17.50 to $25.00 Silk Bengaline Coats lively (lualilies $25.00 A Lovely Collection of Newest Dresses Taffel;i8, poplins and incssaline silks in the best styles of the season, and in all the wanted sizes right up to 44. u Silk Poplin Russian grceen. navy, (.'openhag-eii and black. $15.00. $17.50 cV: $20.00 Taffeta Dresses Navy and black, very becoming styles. $17.50 to $20.00- Serge Uj-esses Navy. Copenhagen and black, sizes \ip to 44. $10.00 to $15.00 Messaline Dresses Navy, brown, black and Copenhagen, various stylos. $12.00, $15.00 & $17.50 Beautiful quality In all colors and sizes Habntai Silk Yard wide, black and white, washable and uatearable ............ $1.00 Taffeta Silks Yard wide, colors, navy, Copenhagen (j>-t '7 C purple and black, finest grade .. $ 1.1 t) H�)use Dresses men's, up dt-i jj' $1.50 and 1  i Small and extra large women's, up to 47 .............. Dents* Gloves Tan dogskin and fine white kid, (tj-t nj* black stitching, guarnntood ...... �I)1>^3 Dents' and Treffonse Gloves Finest, (luallllcs, white, tan, grey and (tjl Jjrk black ............ .............. �Pi.3U Niagara Maid Gloves Heavy pure silk In black, white (t>l /v/\ and black and while.....65c and tpl.uU Girls" Dogskin Gloves Sizes 2 to 6, showu in tan only, i���Jv Blaek Taffeta Silk Yard wide, good weight, soft lUiiiHty (hi or splendid value .................. �P 1.4^0 CLARKE & CO. What the Press Agents Say j new faces, costlinies and effects, comes Gus Hill's "Mutt and Jeff in Col-I l(^e" to make you laugh as you have i never laughed before at the popular I Majestic, commencing next Monday. Ill's a laughing show ensentially. witii-lout a line or a situation that can poa- MUTT AND JEFF IN COLLEGE 18 l**'^'-^' "fend anyone. At Starland POSITIVELY NEW With a car load of new scenery of . Bn entirely different type from the 'hreo former productions under tbia i The celebrated Engli-sh actress, Eliz- i title; with a story founded upi^n newjabeth Risdon will appear at Starland environments; with music that is ei- tonight in a picturization of the life clusively new; with new characters, of the immortal Florence Nightingale.! j This is a wonderful feature and has ; been shown to immense crowds all ]Over t'anada in connection with the work of the Red Cross society. The life of the greatest of all nurses is ! vividly portrayed, from her first i)a- j tleiit. a broken doll, to the end. In addition to this four-reel feature, another of. the great Travel Series will be shown along with other pictures and Miss Siram and .Mr. Fleming will sing a duet. SPECIAL MISSION IM ST.CYPRIi'SCHUR You Need Not be Rich to purdaasc this luxury. At small cost j'ou have the jfrcatest food drink in Canada - ready to nourish you, to add vigor to your daily life, and to protect your body against severe climatic changes. No better cocoa in the world than A-27 Pe r f e c ii oBr a n d" At the Enii)ress "Secret Love" at the Kmpres'; tonight is a gripping dramatic story replete wi!h heart interest of the regen-^ eration of a girl who never had a chance in life. Joan Lowrie. daughter of a hard-drinking and iTuel father, Dan Lowrie, a miner, has been literally dragged up amid sordid surroundings. When a .voung girl In her teens she is forced to go to work in the mine with the other women of the coal region. Joan is uncouth, ill-niaunered and unable to read or write, but she a true Instjnctlve JudgBiont between right and,wrong. She falls in love with Fergus Derrick, an engineer at the mine, who has incurred the enmity of hei- brutal father. Dan Lowrie. upon several occasions, has made attempts on Derrick's life which Joan has frustrated. See the finish of this story tonight. The following letter regarding a special mission to he held next week has ''been addressed to hl.s parishioners by Rev. Canon yic.Millen: To the Parishioners and Friends of Sc. s Church: �'.Man's extremity Is Ood's opportunity." .-Xgain these words have been tested in the battle fields of France aud been found true. Our lads have faced the shot and shell, and on returning liave used the expression, "war is hell." They have witnessed men stooping to the lowest' depths, forgetful of all tilings sacred, breaking the most solemn promises, committing the most foul deeds in order to accomplish llieir ends. And from these deptlis the hearts of men have cried out for (lod, "1h there a (lod? Whore is Me?" .\nd then the eyes ot their soul liave turned, and being turned they have In the heroic efforts of the Florence Nightingales of today, In the many acts of kindness and love, they have learned to see and to know God. Truly man's exireiuliy has been God's opportunity. These lads will be coming back. What will they find in ua who have been left to bear our share of tlie country's burdens at home? Will they find us untouched by the events of the day? Will they tind us interested in the almighty dollar, occupied with the frivolities of life without a thought for the soul of man or the fatlierhood of God? Or will iheir home-coming be to hearts an