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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 11. 1919 TMK Uh'HBniDGE DAILY Hl-.UALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI Misjv McKch'ie lias returned from Calitonisu lias as hi-r guest Miss Ocuchars of I.os Angeles. Mr. John MvinRElcne has relurued to hLs homo In tiuvcity from Calgary, iic IIUB been in Ihc military sei- TJi'C. Mr. 1. M. Coombs of CarJslon was k weofc-cml vlgiior in the city. V 'Miss Irene Johnston of Ottawa Ihe KILCSI nf hir sister. Mrs. Eracst S. Jackson, Gth Avc. S. e e Mrs. W. 0. Spencc of Calgary, or- Sanfzini: secrclary oi tlic Daughters Df llio Empire for Alberta, on her way to Is visiting in the city the idest of Mrs. K. A, Ewert. Mr. K. AiiiMYortli made a busincsa to Calgary last week-end. }Irs. C, A. Little has returned to Hie Mrs. 0. C. Martin enlertainoi! at brlilec Jast Friday afternoon. Three table.1) were played, the hoiiorfi going: to Mrs. K. C. UuHbauk ami Mrs. It. X. Del I. C.W.V.A, and Starland orolit'stras.ati For u m yesterday, provided excellent) eiiterlainment. This was the orgaiK Ration's initial appearance at. cont-frL playJne and they merited tlic hearty- iijiplause given. Their rendition ol Poet and Peasant was of a liigh order and (ho blending of tbe Knfcmble vvero marked ieaturea. Among Ihe numbers Tsere: Xallonal Anthem, Our Country KIrstt and a vocal duct by Mrs. J. Kennedy and D. E: received etttliu.MasUc applause. Leo M. Coombs'- supplied the accooipanimenl at the piano. Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. A. ft. "and Mrs. K." A.' on be- hall'of the Sir Alexander Gait I A special meeiitig ot ilie Maple Leal Chapter Xo. 7, O. K. K., will be held in the Masonic; hall on Tuesday at S j p.m., when Ihe Grand Matron -will make her oflieiul visit. The regular monthly business meet- ing of the Girl'.s Auxiliary ol Hie I. 0. IX K. wilt be held at the- Nursing Mis- alon, 428 13th St. S. at 7.30 o'clock tomorrow evening. April 15th. Every members is requested lo be present. t A twilight recital will be given, at 4 p.m. Kaster Monday in Wesley church. After the recital, a dainty tea will be served in Wesley hall. The C. W. B. C. meets Monday at- Irenoon at 3 o'clock in the Hull Block, Room 2. Mrs. Snyder leader. Come. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE OVERSEAS Mly from Calgary, where she has been i tor, I. 0. D. E., presented St. Basil's risitmg friends for Ihe past week. (school with n beautiful historical pic' j ture. The pupils cnlerlalnod Ihe com- lieverly I.eech of Ibu with the singing of patriolio Patlaliou. K. F., Hegina .is .the i songs and a fine display of art work. Hiiest of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. I.eech on his way home from the coast i-ities. Mrs. J. Hooker, 12ol 4th Avc. NV etitertained at wiiist lasl Friday even- The LJrailon, .nnuounces ing, the guests ol honor.being Pte. D: Princess Patricia's new title as '.'Lady Hooker of Ihn B5th Bait, and Dr. J. B. Victoria-Patricia Helena- Ellzabelli of (hn 20th has just fr rt will prucctlcuce imniedtalir-' ly before Marchionesses ot Knglaud. Yetu'rn'ecl 'Cro'aj overseas with Ills ivifa anil babv. The first awards were iron by .Mrs. J. W. Craig and Sir. E. Hook- er, second awards by Miss Fleetwood and .Mr. John Hooker, while the coq- solatipns went .to Mr. ami Mrs. Dehiy. j liatcr in (lie ''evening Mr. and Mrs J Craig were called An urgent call has come from the Military Authorities for V. A. Nursing members. Applicants must have the First-Aid and Home Nursing Certificates ot the St. John Ambulance Association, or be prepared to take them, and uecome members of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. All candidates will be required -to sign up for a period of six months which will be as Jiilitao Home Service. The technical relationship between Ihesc women and the; Departmeul o and Defence 'will mean tha' rcr -100 Arrests of Agifiilors Keen Made--Rioters Are Killed CAIRO.-April official state- toient. at the headquarters of Allcnby, special high commis- sioner for Egypt and the Soudan, to- ifiy reads: "Slnco noon yesterday o.niet has prevailed throughout Egypt. An al-_______..... Jemul on Thursday lo tamper with a great year of sport rejuvcna- railvvay resulted hi five arrests, while tion, il will no found lhat lawn bowl- noiie. of sur- Ihe pre- ami "presented beautiful arm I they become, a part 'of the Canadian chair and Illgii chair.'for baby Craig. Army lledical Sen-ices, and -will re celve their uniform and subsistence al lowancn from the government of the country, and a small monthly gratuiti from the headquarters of the St. John Ambulance. Brigade. Apply in first Instance to Mrs. C A. Lucas. 0. C., for the St. John Am bulance Brigade, V. A. D., Alberta DIs trict. Office, 602 City Hall, Ed.uioatou evening In the Jiqard of Trade rooms attempts lo interfere with tclegrapliicI ing will play fs'cond. fiddle li communication resulted In the village u has always teen a mailer of Bcnlscnibll being surrounded and prise that a game which is t three days in which to produce the suiHy persons. On Frjday two rioters were killed and ine'was woun- ded when Iliey were -caught cutting telephone wires near (Jucsna. "A deputation of prominent Alexan- drian clthens has cabled Hie conv mantling officer deploring disorders oh Thursday and expressing apprecia- tion of the forebearance of the troops. Four hundred persons have bebn-ar- rested in connection with recent riot- ins. "Apari from collision with mobs on April 8, 9 ami 11, four officers and 15 o'ien huve hecn killed through attacks Dn individuals. Tiie police report the civilian casualties for the- 21 hours Bnrihig at noon on Friday as being three killed and 15 wounded." GYPSY KING ON TRIAL SASKATOON, April Frank Mar- Vcvllch, who was ar- rested (it Montreal on a charge of fraud nud brought to Saskatoon hy a provincial police officer, appeared in pplicc court here today and was re- until. U'cdnesday. tilted nt 33000. Dail was BLOOD POISONING How often lockjaw and blood poisoning result from the neglect or cut! Ibm- IIBS Wizard Oil 13 a site and effec- tive first aid treatment. It K a tclul anliseplic and sliould be ap- Elicd nnmtdiatcly to wounds of this tnd lo prevent danger ot infcclion. lit is soothing and healing and quickly drives out pain and inflani- tWation in cases of sprains, bruises, tills, burns, bites and stings. Just as reliabk, loo, for stiff neck, sore feet. cold sores, canker sores, earache and tpotliaclic. Get it from druggist! for 3D cents. If not satisfied return the botfle and get your money back. :Kvcr constipated or liave sick hfadachc? Just try Wizard I'ivcr Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30 Guaranteed emineat pastime of the middle classes of .Great .BrUaia, greater even than olf, should not have received more recognition-here, and the only answer .hat can be found is the want of ad- vertising. It Is like curliDf, n game u which social distinction Is Ignored prince and peasant, emiiloycr anil employee, general and private meel on an! footing. 'Tiie only lority recoBnized is playing ability, and the greatest .point of all which Lends to cement the players together Is the fact that the man yon heat to- day may turn round and beat you to- morrow. The Great War Veterans associa- tion Intend taking ah active hand In the game tills year and a large influx of momliers is coming, lo Ihe club (his year from' that' source. They got In touch with the game In England and Scotland during ihelr sojourn there and it IT the only game on Iho map for them now. The officers elected for. the season are: Patrons, BriK.-General J. S. Stewart, Dr. Leech, Supt. Ten- nefather, Capl. Denoonr President, Capl. Porter; Sec.-Trcas., Jamos P. Llvlcj Committee, n. W. Scott, L. W. Gco. Jones ;aml two members to be nnpoinltd by the'War Volcrans. Tho fees for the entire season aro and anyone desirous of joining the club is requested to communicate with the president or secretary as early 4s possible as the committee Intend getting competitions under way right from ln-c 'he'fceason. and keeping them going right through. COMMISSION TO HA.NDLE LIQUOR IN NEW BRUNSWICK E. For Constipation Carter's Little Liver wOl set you right over night VISCOUNT GREY'S SIGHT (LXHidon At a recent meeting of lUe Oxford j nil District Free Church Council, call- J to support the idea of u League o[ ations. a. resolution was passed ei- reselni; heartfelt the borer of peace. Viscount Grey of 'allodon, in the visitation which has icently come up and trusted hat "he will enlef those channels of appiness wfclch are open to all clear-. Ishted meov' Mr. John Massie. at the desire of he raeelinc. forwarded tho resolulion Lord Grey, at (he same time recalling an old conversation on a of common interest to both) the hope thai though dry- ly fishing would not naturally be out 'f the question for Lord Grey, salmon isliing (as with Henry FawceU) might till be possible. He hag received the ollowfng re'ply: "Dear Mr. am very much >bliged for your kind loiter and -for .he sympathy expressed at the meet- ing. There seem to have been various itatemonts about my sight in the news- papers. 1 lost the power of reading some months ago and dry-fly fishing became impossible last year, as I could no longer see the rises. Salmon fishing, I 40-pe, -will still be possible. am glad to see the great progress made at Paris with the project of a league-of sincerely, o( Fallcdon." Jlydro rales are to be reduced filty Ontario municipalities. All Ready for Easter With a slock of dry-goods, millinery and outer and under garments sufficiently large to meet your every need, and with a host of values absolutely unsurpassed. -x SPECIAL SERGE SUITS A special sate lot for this week's selling, made ol very fine quality uavy serge, the smartest styles of the pea- son, hsmdeomely braided, some with vents or Bilk collars, coals silk throughout. These the uit vjfue we have seen thfs seaton and come (n tuti 16 to 42. CAPES AND DOLMANS to J56-00 Many handsome new styles cot shown before now just come to hand during the past few days and- are on display and gale now ta tbe wear Capes and Dclnuni of splendid serges, velourt, sllki, in colors sand, flrey, taupe, Copenhagen, brick, navy and black, trimmed with braid, buUctvv chain etc. Easter Hats In GreH Variety. to Exclusive models in French and American pattern lists In a great variety of choice in which you will tind many models to suit every type ot face, Suit hate, rfreu hate for everyday or dre-wy btcamTng mod- els of high grade materiaU. featuring the of leading cosmopolitan millin- ers. Just one of a-kind. SPLENDID EASTER GLOVES to Thig IB a department In which we take particular pride and In which we carry mott com- range of.styles and qualities in the various sized required. KID guaranteed. While, black, An WASH CAPE AND GREY SUEDE GLOVES. 'Capes 'in white with black grey black fn Special.............. CLARKE BEAUTIFUL EASTER SILKS Special at yard Thla lot is made up ol our very finest grades ol noveHj silks. Worth up to M-00 yard, including taffetas, meiieUiQMi, poplitut .anil ssthi fouUrds In elegant stripes, checis, plilds and [lorsl designs. A MAGNIFICENT RANGE OF SUITABLE. FOR .SKIRTS, WAISTS AND DRESS ES. ALL FULL 36 INCHES WIDE. 614 SrdAVE. S. LETHBRIDGE In co-operation with the scheme fo the rceriiltins- of the H. N. W. JI. P to tl'.c of-1200 in the fou western .provinces, a recruiting cans paigu isjunder In addition to the pay of a with all found, together with a sion, the R.-' N. W. M. P. affords tne. opnortnnity for obtaining commissions' to those in the ranks. Sergt.-MaJors: Meads'and Irwin who have just oeen promoted to Inspectorships, Are cases in iwint. AUTOMOBILES THREATENED ST. M.B., the legislature last night a bill was intro- duced lo provide for handing over of the wholesale end ot Ihe liquor bus; inosR In New Brunswick pro- hibition how In force to a board n-hlch will ho appointed by the govern- ment. (Toronto A great field for automotive engi- neers is opened yp by the declining supply of gasoline. It is that there are in the United States noi nioic than six and a half billion barrels, of petroleum underground, and KS the; annual consumptiou exceeds one-tiird of a billion barrels, It is evident that Ihe available supply will be exhausted in less than twenty years. About twenty per cent, of the crude oi! Is now converted intoi.gasoline, lo In- crease thia percentage woujd add greatly fo-thc cosl ot il.. As llie more volatile crude comes to the top, it fol- lows that the slock remaining undtr- ground Is becoming heavier all the lime, and.lhat the proportional yield] of gasoline will decline. Automobil-r- isls may-Uierefore expb'ct a constant increase in the cost ot il lasls... The fuel problem is. a pressing one, and a fortune awail j thf mechan- ical genius who can produce an engine' lliat Will use less volatile fuel and burn If With less EASTER SALE The Value-Giving Event of the Season A sale that Vvill introduce to you some of the finest and m ost exclusive outer garments at prices that 'make them doubly attractive to you. Plain and fancy silk skirts, suits, dresses, coats, lingerie, hosiery and 'gloves and other dress accessories that are needed at just such a time a s Easter. A CHECKERED CAREER man made a bet with his which wns Indiscreet. ''i "The wife was foreor- claincil. Tlio man wrole the wife a check for The value of the products of the payment of the -was C. forests for 19JS aggregated >54.- In in 1911 in 191J, ASK POR THESE MADt-IN-CANADA FINE The wife ensiled Ihe check al the grocery, hut forgot lo indorse which was nalitral. The grocer, despite Ihe lack of In- ilorMmcnt, paid It to a packing home was careteas. The packing house, collector turned II was all in a work. Tho packing house office rasr. dis- covered tho lack of which was good work. fie. handed It back lo Ihe driver and docked the driver's waft system. The driver placed the check in ivliito duck coat and sent It to was ntlwise. Tho laundry mutilated the check heyond recognition--which was to be Which Is why the drirtr asked Ihe cashier lo ask (ho grocer to asfc the man's wife (o Hk .her husband to write a duplicate chock. Which Is why the man feels Ilka he paying lhal hcl twice.-1 Jllstlitipnl Banfcr.Y; i his the SPECIAL VALUES SAMPLE UNDERWEAR 300 pieces.of knitted cotton underwear In wonderful These are. all well made and good fitting. These sampler were bought 'over a year ago. The val- ues are unbeatable. There" are vests, drawers and combinations In this rjp lot. Values up to J1.25. Kaster Sale SILK BOOT HOSE 200 pair ol BUck SilX Boot Hose (n excellent quality. Full fashioned and veil made In every These are worth at leant tOc. Easter Sale, fe pair........................... DDC SILK CAMISOLES You can't afford to nhs these attrac- tive silk camlioles In pink or white, made In good of silk and net. A full range of These worth at least 11.75. Easter Sale, each ENVELOPE COMBINATIONS Dainty fiiifi, silk in good quality in) >p1endid fitting style. Hemstitched trimmed with pretty lace and insertion. sizes. Easter. each ,T.. BOUDOIR CAPS Dainty sillt net crepe boudoir capii, mide la fire or ilx different styles und full range of colors such pick, blue ,malze, while, cretm, etc. These by" Iho daintiest caps we hive ever shown. Worth it least Me lo li.OO. eft Easier Sale, each.............. DUC BLACK SILK SKIRTS soft taffeia skirts in black only. flnesl qoallty and perfect dye. In four different These are Tallies that are worth.easily FA {15.00. Kaslcr Sale........... 2.75 New Capes and Dolman Coats More of those beautiful Spring wraps have just ar- rived. popular outer garments are here in a of exclusive we dressy and pleasing In appearance, cut fall, Jn, graceful drapes' the smartest effects' has offered hi an ouler garment for many seasons. COLORS ARE NAVY, PECAN BLUE, GREY AND DELE BLUE; ALSO SILK CAPES IN GREEN AND NAVY: DOLMANS AND CAPES EASTER NEEDS- GLOVES KID GLOVES All Colon. AT SILK HOSIERY HANDKERCHIEFS Pure Linen. SATIN UNDERSKIRTS AH Colors. POPLIN SKIRTS to H3.50 SILK HAND BAGS KM CREPEi'AISTS All Colon and Siiei. MOTOR CAPS U VOILE WAISTS to All Klftt. SILK GLOVES aMi EXCLUSIVE NEW STYLES Rylands Co. CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN ;