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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ISATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE RYLANDS^ EASTER A AND SPRING OPENING IS NOW IN FULL SWING JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS Today and on Show Tonight 2 5 Handsome Silk and Cloth Suits $15, $20, $22, $25, $28, $30 25 Silk or Fine Serge Dress Skirts $4.50, $5, $5.50, $6.50 up to $12 Another Shipment, Easter Neckwear, Dress Setts, Suit Setts, Ties, 35c up Radium Silk Hosiery, Rib Top 65c, 75c and $1,00 pr. guaranteed See the Big Bills Left at Your Door for Saturday Night Specials. Join the crowds at this Big Sale. RYLANDS & CO. /-^---^- The Alexander Gait Chapter Daughters of the Empire Will Present at- .. THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Thursday, Evening, April 27 th The Festival of Flowers. "Children's Day," Sketch by Messrs. WacldliigtoH, Asqiiith aiul Hliicks. Soloists, Mrs. Laytoii and Mj*. Fleming:. Instrumental numbers by the Band ol" 113tli Battalion, Lethbridge Highlanders WEDNESDAY,- APR. 26TH, SPEOIAU MATINEE FOR CHILDF^EN -^........... 50c :V Xi:vv DANCE FKOC'K Mis. .McCnnilily \n in f'alKiiry vislr-iiiiK licr nlHior, Mi-H. 0. f. liliiiii. * .  All', iind .Mrs. C. F. Jaiiiiosoii liuvo nuivc^l from Vlctorlii, MniialoiiH tn 5S1 Fomlcoiith HtreiM Houtli. AllH. A. W. Ki-onH lull lllhi uriCTllODU ku n tv,-() nioiilliH visit In hor (lUI liimiu ill LiHtdWI'l, Dili. * � ,Mi-h. W A. Hucliiiiiati rcmninil yes-Ici'iJiiy Ironi Ottawa aiul oilier ra.st-(m'li j)oiiib;. r.,l(Mii. iiiul .Mrs. \V. 10. I''ramc mi: in Calgary HpHiirllnK Hn' wi^oli fiid witli trifiulB. *  � The. (J. F. clul) will in(;i!i al llii; lioni(> of MrH. Fowlor, tilli avtMiiiL A., on Alonday uftrMiiooii. . *  'i'lip Art N'Rcdlcwork chib will nieot on Alontlay al'ternoon al, tlio homo of Mrs. n. H. KIton, I'JD'.l Sevuntli avenue. ... The liloraturo departnjenL of t.lio Alallie.iiH Club will nioet on Alonday aflornoon al 3 o'clock al the homo of AlrH. AIcGuire. Fourth iiveimi'. i* � . A iipoclal meetiiJg of tho hoard ot thi; .N'ursliijG JIi!1 OQ only. reK. $5,00, toniRht special tier pair ... V-l*"*/ Men's Shirts In fine iiuality, iicai pin slriiios. I'Veiudi cuffH .Hizes 1-1 to ]';'/:., rog. �$1.50, spcc.ial lor..... $1.00 Soda Crackers RcU'uliir 2i')i\ pel- pjickc 1J)C Tickets for evening perfprmanoe No roMrved soats. V;. The Daughters of the Empire are en-llarglng Battery Point at HonderHon Hero is one of the prettiest costumes de.'5lgn6d for .�spring gaieties. planting 40 or 5ii more trees The olel blue satin flounce of tlie tkirt la held out by a hoop which also dls- the westward of tho point The tends the skirt of chiffon with a pink satin border. The blue satin bodice has ! ^'^g yj^gj battery have verv a new girdle and an interesting slashed sleeve. Dam Overlooking Parliament Grounds May be Swept Away -Many Now Homeless McARTHUR IN OTTAWA AFTER SUBSIDY FOR E.D. d B.C. ROAD Road Hn� Not Scoured Any Subsidy For Over 400 Miles Already Construoted Ottawa, April 14,-J. D. McArthur. the woll-known contractor of Winnipeg, was In Ottawa today and conferred with tho Dominion authorities in connection with the socuring of a casli sulJsidy for. the Edmofiton, Utm-vegan and BrltlBh Columbia railway now under construction through the forttle valley of tlie Peace river. The railway lias not secured any subsidy thoiigti ovor � 400 miles have already heon constt-uotod. Tho road runs from i Edmonton to Spirit river and thence to Prince George, where egress to the Pacific will be obtained to Vancouver over tho Paciflo Great Etistern. Mr. McArlliur states that there are already 28,000 settlors in tho country through wliich it passed and he an-tlclpatea that after the war the Peaco river country will attract a very heavy settlement. The colonization^ road which ha..la building, lie. says, will provide a shorter haul to tho sea hoard than is enjoyed by any 'otiior farming country eafet of therockies. Mrs. Wiillace Nesbitt, of Toronto, has been appointed a Lady ofOVNDER BOVD, K.C.M.G., President. .1. A. MACDON.-VDD, LUD. -MR. W. K. GEORGE. Vice-Presidents. A. S. A'OGT. Musical Director. Tho largest and one of the most splendidly equipped Schools of .Music In tlio Empire. Unrivalled Faculty in ail departments. EXAMINATIONS JUNE AND JULY. APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN BY MAY 1ST. Send for YEAR BOOK. LOCAL CENTRE SYLLABUS and WOMEN'S RESIDENCE PAMPHLET. hands (KowalskI) Primo Bora Noel; Rain and Rosea (Hawley) and Madcap Marjorie (Norton) Mrs. Lay ton; Magic Fire Music, four hands (Wagner) Prime, Meta Wellington; Pond Lilies (Oehmler) Venetian Love Song (Nev-in), Uena Huff; Majurka de Concert, (Pessard) and Valse Elegante (Nolck) Karl Grant; Nocture (Chopin) Fantasia D Minor (Mozart) Meta Wellington; Andante from Surprise Sym., (Hayden) Karl Grant and Mrs. Johnson; Stolon Wings (Wllleby) and The Birds Go North Again. Mrs. Layton; Sonata, E Minor. Allegro, Andante, Finale, (Grelg) Mrs. Johnson. COWAN-STEWART The marriage of Miss Ann Donald-sou Stewart and Mr. William Cowan took place on Friday evening. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. Wm. McNichol at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Moodie, 122 ISth St. N. Mrs. C. N. Ramsay acted as bridesmaid, while Pte. J. Stewart of the 13th O. M. R., brother ot the bride, supported tho groom. A sumptuous supper was served after the ceremony, covers being laid for twenty-four. Games and dancing were afterwards enjoyed. GERMAN REPORT Berlin, April 15.--French Infantry attacks against tlio Gorman linos of Deadman's Hill and those running to tho west ol! tlial position, laiinchnd Friday after violent artillery pronara-tions, were repulsed with heavy losses says the Gorman olllclal statement issued today. Tho soldiers ot a few Imtlalions nuc-ceedod In uonetrating the German trenches on Deadman's Hill, hut these, tho atntomeut says, were killed in hand-to-hand flghtlng. TEA. BISCUITS Use flour mode from "good reliable Mo. i Hard-use milk (it makes fKem ^^)Kiter ^an' water), good shortening and Sr^br Baking. PovJder." Be_ surethe > oven. is )_ Kot., Success?. WcD ra^Ker! Puffi?, fluffy, flakej) and �vJKite; tKe kind that melt in your mouth. nrtte 'only trouble is to,make enough of them, the "folb"' ,ent so many. Be sure to use SQQ�0. It makes,them lighter and, .�whiter. Your Grocer knows. ^ Ask him'about EOQ"0. *\Made in Canada for the Canadian Maid'' THE EGG-O'BAKING POWDER CO.;"LIMITED HAMILTON. CAN.\DA D Rose Tea is good tea" ;