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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THB I-ETHBRIDCB DAILT RCKALO SATfJRDAr, APRIL 17, 191S Wright's Saturday Monday EWEL 1ARGAINS Money Sawn-for Shrewd Buyers! More people ciicfe arc taking milage of these Prices. II you ai-c not getting your share we advise Uiaf; it Js Keal Economy to buy at these Very Special .Prices. READ-Two Days' Sale Prices -S1S.50 -S4.8S Watch CK-ur-s Watch 87.50 (ii'.iiis Watch Wrist Watch Wrist Waiob Wrist YViitult S7.00 Wiilt-h Latlifs' Ciubrellii. Silver Hake Disli. .Diamond Rinjr. Diamond Si1.00 Cult.Links Si'5 i-lkt Peurl Xeuklei....... 37.60 Gut Glass Howl 312.00 Gut Giass How! Silo.OO Mantle Glsek 1.50 llnntk- Clodi -S12.50 G-ili Gl'icli___ Alarm Clock S'2.50 Alann Clock Alanu Clock Silver Toilet Set. Silver Toilet Set. S4.80 EYE SPECIALIST IN GHA3QE OF OPTICAL CASES A SPECIALTY. There's only one way to wash flanneli, mid filmy ici abnolutnly f clean without injury: The 1 LUX way. LUX softens hard gives "a rich, cream-like lather which the daintiest hands or filmiest fabrics need never fear, LUX coaxes rather than forces the dirt'out of clothes. Won't Shrink Woollens lOc in Canrcdm by Brothers Limited. Toronto. troops have Tritli .great a sort of tomb su ludiaD HUs'a .stick about iwo feet long with a black fcr.ll at.tfca en-ct, which, eiptajed on hitting1 the German, trendies-. CHURCH SERVICES Vigilance the Price of j a Good To retain the natural beauty of MI skiu only proper care and irenluienl is needed. Our skuis are naturally clear and healthy, but tbe demauds of evsry- day life and unnatural living quicklv spoil 'tbeir freshnese and beauty. So necessary is this care that no woman most uasfiil and interesting information on how to .care [or the complexion in such a way that its beauty and frcshuess he preserved for niauy years. It CONT1NUKU PROM PHONT 1'AUE. Proud In tllo tflcl shl> truperty ownur in tliu City or nlilno, .Miss Allierln lius orouflit [cuts with hor, (llul tho uowcoinorB aru shortly ouscoused, conifortubly or otherwise, In their cnmi) hoiiie on tbolr two lots ovorlooklnu Queen AltixHinlm Pnrlt. .ilr. had found their lots tor them. Mr. Wrltloy, you hiuy luiow. was o rc'til usluto with one eye on the mayoralty chair oE the City ot Sunshine. WUon eho hud found her SO bj- 125 foel or Al- bertn soil, A'iberta stood trying to re- alize It. said illr. Wrlgley. "Mucli betiLM1 keei) it for an invjs't- uient, miirin. It's u good buy, sure thing. Thertt's only one druwbuclt to and that is your relative didn't I have tho conier lot." I In Ihe clutches! A t'cw days after-1 wnrda, Alberln ownod that corner lot, somewhere neftr Hie proposed Inter- aectlon of Ninlh areuue South and rwenly-Ilrst elreol. Oh, You Menl But 'n-e digress. Having located her olsr Mies A'ibertn .escapeH from Mr. U'rlgley, and shortly we find hor downtown giving Hie Inlmbltllnts ot he City of Snushlnc the "once over." "Thore roivs of lathered chlus leing shaved behind the "late glass vindows In the inirber shops, from which the girls turned' a'wny blushing, nd solemn rows of uicn sitting on igh chairs along luo strset, having heir ehous po'iished. Behind more ilate glass more nieu sat with their eet up, staring into the street out f the hotel corridors, and nearly nil he men had small hats and great angs of straight hair sticking o.ut Evening Suppers OD need never fear tKe un- expected Sunday s'lipper guest when you have a package of Crumottes in tbe house. Creituettes IK the now, more tender, maca- roni product mndo from the creamy parts of Durum whtat nail hai i rich flavor olltl own. As you kflavr. ordinary nuearonl Ukcs from at lo II nlnuiM to cook. Crt.ui.ita cook! 101 dBUcJoiM tiinilernciu In from 1198 Jdla- Ini IIUB onc-Hiird the Ttj It wllli ith clilclsin or with null. MOTHER'S MACARONI CO. tnol Mother's M.c.ronl, Molhii'i.VcnillcdH, Molbci'l Epn- Ibtij and Uolbn'i BBS Nooelci. t the back. The shopman were very liable, and said "How d'ye do? Pltjaa- d to meet you." I'll be pleased to hnve you come around." Afternoon Tea Alberta does, but lenrns that Mrs. Wrigley that afternoon ivas ;L "tuit- imd not formally home." Alberta recovered from the 'went lo "Gochor's" for iin ice. The Ice was no more freezing lliun .Mrs. dra room when Alberta butted In on a tea-hour hostess, when she should have walled f till the Cluriou should announce thai Mrs. Writftey would be ;L "lioateb's tu- UJ01TDW.'1 But, according to the Clarion, lliat. function was Joyous success. ".Mrs. Bald, "entertained great ami it j Tew invited But where were the people of Al-1 guests at Hie lea-hour, ertas dreams? where were those nt the daintily nupointoa table bv stalwart men, the 'Nature's sen- Mr6. Scran, Jn lilac satin with Uurn't -whose eyes snapped; who put oraiice trimroinEs .Mrs Hnnkslov heir feet down as if they owned the WHOOPING COUGH Jlmple, safe ind effective irealmcnl .valdlnc drugs. ViporizedCrcsoFeneGlapslhcnirgxrsiii! of Cough and relieves Spismodii orange .Mrs looked girlishly sweet u a chic imiiort- ns 'Au Fait' of flie Booster to certain and hey rud on; the fine fellows, ea golvn ,est CI.eam dljrfoli v.ul] tea3, ami wlllch Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder -Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Baking r Spices, Jelly Powders and Extracts. Purest and best. When 1 '-in doubl use Blue Ribbon. We guaranIce perfect satisfaction with all our pure food products. CHRISTADELPH1ANS CHKISTADELPHIAtfS in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham liloct. Entrance 5th sireet south and '2nd Atenuc south. Wednesdays at S Bible cliss. Sundays at 3 p. in., to commemorate toe Lord's death, and efc 7.30 p. m. to proclaim glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Sub- Speaker. Sydney T; Batsford. AU seats free. Xo collection CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH -'Sunday school at 10.30 morning service at 11.30 and 7.30. Rev. G. Asher, speaker. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter. .IS- .Norwegian services at 11 a.m.', Sunday school at p.m.; English, service at i ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner oi Eleveorh street aindjEighth avenue Canon. V. April .IS, SeconfJ Sunday after Easter: .a.m., Holy I ommunion; 11 a.m., Alaiiris anil ser- mon; 7.30 p.m., -EvEnsQng aud ser- mon. Rev. Canon McMillan Vill preach at both services. 3 p.m., Sunday esiauol. Adult Bible class lor men and Junior Girls' class aud Junior Boys" dass (ages Bible class cn: "The Shepherd Psalm." Come and bear Spiritual truths discussed In a roaciical way by "practical meu. ST. AUGQSTWS er Sccoad avenue and Eighth street. lev. Canon Murrel-WriEht.. rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Holj Commuaiou ev- ery Sunday morning at S a.m., and at he 11 o'clock service on the first Sunday oi the month. Evensoag, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. The Itec- or will conduct the services, aa usual. ST. MAILY'S C. i. Popham, rector. Services tomor- ov: Holy Communion, S a.m., and Choral JDuchariat.on the first Sundaj'J f the month at 11 o'clock service, latins, 11'a.m.; Sunday school, 3 p. JDvensong-, 7.30 p.m. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST Ave. S. and Sth St. 1L a. ni. The I HJHUVCV1 IU( IUUUV YcilrS. .11 directions for best methods- oo hig-soulea for the narrow of massage. The constant use of jome good preparation, such as Nyal's Face Cream, is absolutely accessary to keep lie skin rtilly clean and betllhy. It is a nourishing, oxygenated, greiselesa skin-food which leaves no shine. Get a Zjcorjocjar and rub it pently into the skin. See. how quickly iL is absorbed, leaving the skin pleiaanUy refreshed aud delicately frtgrant. I2oa All Nyal preparations a re justly fam- ous, and uone more so than Nyal's FQCC Creoni, we un hesitatingly recom- mend. Call or telephone us for your copy of this book, which contains most Tal uable i Count ways chiv- Freak HedJey Drug Co., 317 5tb St. lrous ways and outdoor faces, and eyes inat were used to looking out over great free There, Mr. Man ot City of Sun- shine, what do you think ot yourself? Feel small? The West fsmHy Is doing fine. Gerald, .budding architect that he is, has planned a house, and arrange- ments are being made lo build on that 5Q hy strike on "Oh, no! etceteras; cut 'the ices; and Mtlla heralded the social seasoa proper Mlsa OlginVeflkce. it damiy tot In ein- j wiiicli was lo shorliy n-uh a broidered lingerie, was a deft door! dance in the hall. At this opener. A deftcious lunch of re- rtinction (lie fair young daughter of ti cherche goodies wiis served, to those.; local magnate was to he presented, to fortunate enough to be present. The whom not being specified. It was all drawing rooms were enhanced with I finite strnnge mid crude, and quite so- potted plants and a 'wealth of pink and j cia'ily impossible; b.-t !t 'was a change white carnatione in cut glass holders." 'aad Alberta enjoyed the fun of look- There you are, name 'em yourself, on at the unties of those we term Then came a hall storm. The Lent Uidles In iheir efforts to ape smart There are all sorts of South; Store, 240 IJJtu I shouldn't read that rotten Booeter. St. North; The Red Cross Dnrg. u's a GriL organ. The Clarion's tao Book Company, Lethbridge, Alberto. BELIEVERS Hall, 4 IS TLIrleantk llreet. North assemble on the tor: tbi breaking oi bread at 11 a. m. school at 3 p. m. Gospel preaching 7.31) p. m. Bible Wednesd: 7.45 p. m. PENTECOSTAL Mr. F. B. Cummer, manager of the Inland Prese, will speak, at. both, meet ings .on S.imday, .11 a.m', and 7.30 -p.m Everybody welcome, SALVATION ARMY Ula Flfij. Kirest, as follows Sundiy. 11 I.PJ Holiness mucling-, 3 p.m., priin meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting WeeE uifiiiLs: Monday, b' -p.m.; public meettai. led oy elsttrs, I p.m.. rawfJaf Tburii f p.m.. StlTation maatiTif, in atteadinct; I P.M., ant] meetlnjt; LATTER DAY SAINTS CHUBGH OF JESUS CHIU3T Of LATTER DAY Corner SftTcnfch Aye. and l'2th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school 2 p.m. sicra- ment meetiag- Visitprs always wal- come. Bishop Geo. 1011 Ave. S. Phoae 1493. pastor (Her. "D. "Write My Name Xoon. Bible school and Adult class; 7.30 p.m., Service com- bined with Gilbart and JfcPhersorra meeting" in Weelev church. FlPl'H AVBNUE er FjfUi avBBue ant] Eighteenth street., school, 2 p.m; PRESBYTERIAN Rev. A. H. UE- noon. Services toinotrow at 11 and ,30, "The Preacher's .Xlaicu- less and "Total Abstinence." Hoys' department of Sunday school at 2 p.m.; other denarlmenLs at 3; Chinese da fa at 4. .Full ohoir at botli Kvcrvcue cordially Invited. ST. ANDKEW'S CI-IUHCH Pa's- Lor, Rev, A. C. Bryan. 'Morn in j; ser- vice at ii; subject, junior Sunday school at 2; Seoicr Sunday school at Evening subject, "AVhat Thomas Missed." METHODIST WiEpLEY G. H., Child- ren's talk; sermon. "The Magnetic Christ." Anthem and ladies' cjuart- 3 p.m., Bible school and Adult rinsses. 7.30 p.m., the paster will be assisted by Harold .Gilbert, who will spRak. Song service at T.15, led by Atr. McPherson and.choir. WESTMINSTER J. ;B. Francis, nastpr. Claes-meetlcs, 10 'a.m.; .11 children's 'subject, "Orufthefl sermon, '-'WhippingI (Stones to Success" (H talk" to young, i 7.30 p.m., I j Thomas CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIUST CHURCH OF. CHRIST I SCIENTIST Hull i street. Service at eleven m, nestiay evening tcstimooj" meetiai, fit p. in. The resiling room is open everyone every day from thcea to flvcj m. IwcryoBP cocdially Uvitcd atLeml. i SEAL BHAHD Ask your Grocer, for Seal Brand to-day. this delicious coffee for breakfast to- morrow. CHASE 4SANBORN MONTREAL ,H ,_ camp went galley west anil Society. Ua. Here-we [md them 1th anil the West family moved into an- "On 'at home' "davs nrodlivlons ef- its made, and buMins artmenrs. The high cost of living ,vas forl, were Polled Znts aceordmB to 'last n.ghts Sarlou3 draln rcsollrceSr The [iorists a or so next we hear is Alberta's looking tor carnations grouped in .cut-glaSE s. job. She Soes to the Booster ofllce j vases. CJmira anil china were horruw- that's the Grit organ, "published cv- j ed (rom ueighhors, tile friends o[ cry lawful day, except. and j the hostess stared ivillt her the ouer- conitructs a want nd. OUB o[ One Invited "Sho was composing au de- (to tho tea-room, n second cut tho Ices ecrlptlon of her own accomplish mcnts, j nt a side table a third poured tea, n. With suggestions from the man I fourth 'dispensed the ten-'cour trifles.1 workmen coming into the town, right said Gerald, confidently. "You only decent paper in Sunshine. Ill engage a gang .today and start them on tho So we are getting our house built. Leading the house .building to the tender mericies of the builders, Al- berta and Gerald stroll downtown. "Don't these people dress'." Al- berta observed in awe. "loltnost wish we had brought a few of our decent things with us. hat! There's What scorcher! D'ye suppose that's hie j to a garden party wife "She may be behind the counter. if there vrns a piano a fifth eiitertain- seemed to think she was not ed the coaiyauy- aolectinne. The ucJi-gooiI. 'number of (io.uhtful quan- hln. you ho asked, pa- tity, but the muititude of assistants or something of snlil Al- berta, charitably. People seem to be tremendously gay in Sunshine. She has quite a nice face, but she looks as it she had the The toothache turns out to be a piece of Alberta's horror, when she meets her. Mrs. Wrigley said she was always "tickled to death to set acquainted with the and mvlted her. "IFy home is on she said. "I'll be receiving quite soon. You'll see It announced ia tbe Clarion. RUSSIAN BOOTS, ON ATLANTIC CITY BOARDWALK tlently. "'No, 1 vfish I confessed Al- berta, 'I think i'd belter say "any cap- and "experienced." say! Wait right ei- claimed the youth. He took a. piece of jnini of hia mouth, dabbed It under the desk tor safety, and ran upstairs, returning, and directed her mystcr- ous'iy to go. right up.' did ep and found herself 111 a .small untidy, room, heaped up kept things from flat. "She 'Attended 'meetings of the "Wo- men's Civic club, at overdroaB- ed matrons met to discuss subjects for the benefit ot the community. The topics selected were of u niilure not usually chosen for discussion in polite Boclety, and tbesc ladies of Sunshine moved and unsaed the uiost biilr-ralB- Ing measures of legislation' .without turnlnj. a hair, poor EngiJsli Al- nj. I berta, ICBS up-to.-date in her notions, w-Ith a pot of gum. a huge listened, crimson to the roots of her. pair of osi P-tle man, hair. with red-rimmed, eyes and a long "Much has been written about the Ho looked like a-pair of acis-1 chivalry displayed toward, the fair ses. 1 by Canadians, tbs-gQnfJ thnes enjoyed by the Canadian-girls. The fact remains- to be set down In cold print that ther ela no woman more to be pitied than the wit ote the typical SOTS himself, had some noospaper ex- asked.tlila person." so becomes" Social and .Personal editor cf the Booster at 120.00 per month. Ye gods! And Iho Canadian in the typical Canndian torwu flrst: assignmeiit..-was to cover a "hig .funciJdj] at-ex-lVia'yor Biscuit's toniglit. See you get in afdandy spiel on that." ;''Her duties.-'at "first did not appear j very arduous.''The Booster delighted i Its or rather the feminine {jiprticiii with accounts in detail of'What Sunshine accounted Society. Aa .be- democratic Society, n-here goclai distinctions were, merged in the com- mon 'exaltation or citizenship, all and sundry availed themselves of the pleasure of publicity, and Alberta's biiFjaess ivaajo aote dotvn the doings and nobodies and such Bma'if notabflitfes as the place boasted, mostly through- the medium of the tel- ephone. .-The ladies showed no false modesty, but .poured iJilo her car the descriptions. ot their 'imported' gpwos and ;hats. and the ot their midnight 'lunches' with sreat She found herself invitetl. eagerness moreover, f.thc Middle "No secret was made ot ilormonism, nobody eeenied to tlilnlc it" at all odd. And tiie were smartly atth-ptl, and practically led Sunshine Society." but here w.e 16'avc our readers to li-jure the rest "out -for themselves. The' bcok is bighly Interesting for Its local, color, .oven ]I; that ;uoh wrote it was diniiccl in.vitrol.' Alberta gets hacl; home. Get tlie book and read a'.l about It. oorselves as Jthers see us." by. reasffn of her capacity 1 volcano. 10UNT AETNA AGAIN SHOWS ACTIVITY Cntania, April Aetna- again is showing slgus. of activity. Part of the crater has fallen. In, load rumblings are being heard, and a largo column oC smoke is rising from Jlra. Oeo. Ainsley, of New York, wearing the Uusalan boots that made the Easier throng on the boardwalk at Atlantic City gup with pleased I ;