Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
APRIL 17, 1915 THE nitlDRF. DAItjY PAGE NINI FOR TONIGHT AND RYLANDS' MOVING SEE the Big Yellow Posters for a list of over 200 Real Bargains. If you have not received a poster take a look at our Big Bargain Windows, then take a walk through .the store. You never saw such a display of bargains so early in the season since you came to Lethbndge Bargains in Ladies' Shoes, jjnder- wear, Corsets, Coats, Suits, Dresses Gloves Congratulates Professor on Alfalfa Story Mr. Justice IVCK is spending In Kctliuiidgc. fCH .Ml1, uixl Mrs. J, FJUnalrlcU, who have Ijccii Lbiiiiig relatives In. tho City, returned to Swuot Gnxnt this S. S. nunliaiu, chairman of the rur- u? rclatioii-s cyiimuLlcc of the bo.n'd of U'ade, uml vicu-prciiidt'iit of the j United nl Alberta, hub writ- ten tfit! foliuiviiitf jfUoi1 of congratu- lation to I'rof, Tamim, uf on liis ailic-slc on tho growing nl al- falfu, published in Tliurbilar's licr- uld April 1015. L. Tanner, Esq., U. A., J'rof. of Sciciiic, Knight Academy, A sjioclal mcelliic of Maple Leal Raymond, Albertu, jOuiiiier No. 7, O.IC.8., has been calk Dear winli to express my'fur Tuesday evening nosl, ivljpjj di siiifcn: Mpprcciiiliuji, ani! tiianks Lo! will iio conferrpil. you fci yoiic mnsi ahlv ar-J licit: piUjIislicd in "ojj Die, iif nlfiilfu" .fur socrt; The Art Needle-work Ciuh will mcol in the suuliiiTii ui this province, on .Monday with Mcs. As you may Know having a iiuni-i 1105 lltli St. S. her uf yea is1 I'XJHTJCJJCC iji growing alfiilfa in llic l.oLiiliriilge district, I have (irmly convinced of ihe; yn-i- jniiut ilul Uiis industry lias in tins pail m the province-. In my Mnnblc way I have uttonipU'u (htriiig (J.e pus! On years L-UIJ- viiifc others o[ I conrikler the bright fiituix- for lins business, IniL l' must confess linn tins of your-s is (.Winrd in nccomplish more along tliCKis lines than miyliuiiK yet written iii Hie LrUiljrid-e" iliMiia, unlcss it lie the ri'iidri ui liic cvperi- men Is nuulB the EspcriniBiilal i Farm al On Llii- ninin poinUs you, both in >oii .vour conclusions, liy reading leads m the dry land it Thc ,ut department dub meet with. Mlii_ A lrvj Momlav aliernoou 3 o'clock -v s mtv-lmp; ivill be JicJil Jn Wesley i-nurdi auer- "L sami: lllat lllc Men's meeting: will fjc held in K-nox church. All ladies are cordially mvilcd to at- lend. Jn announcing the Flower Uuild I fully agree :daiicc ceccnllv, iL was stated thai In- iir prcmisus, and vitaUona were issued. This was a almsrviilittn and inus'iinicli as no invitations to lielicvc that on ,irc for the dance. Those to sow whu caue lo neert not, havc an in. Bargains in Children's Underwear, Shoes, Corset Waists, Hosiery, Gloves, Hair Ribbon, etc. CLOSING OUT EVERYTHING IN THE MEN'S DEFT. BEFORE NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT Just make up your list of spring will save you from 1-3 to 1-2. SHOP EARLY TONIGHT French Balbriggan Underwear 90c suit Arrow Collars 5c each Union Overalls 95c and Felt Hats (new) 5 prs. Cash. Sox 6 prs. Lisle Sox Wash Ties 35c and Suits Navy serge Suits and top Shirts 79c and Gloves 85c Blouses 48c Hats 75c and 95c Boys' Shirts 75c Rompers ,50c JOIN THE BIG CROWD TONIGHT AT RYLANDS in rows .sn tlmt Uiey may be; vitaUon. TJit'dancn will be held'next cultivated, oven ulu.c the sucu is cvcnjnB in the K. of I', hall, growing, so as lo keep down I lie Ami us ID your com-; Pfirisou bchviTi) .iliiili.i "seed, ami; 'j'hn Women's Missionary society u[ wheat as a munry jinnlucius crop. 1 Westminster church nrc' huliling a would call your attrition lo the fact sale in TUP Miner's hiili cm tJiat tiic profiIff [bat you figure on Tuesday afternoon, April thc 20th- Ihe involves ihc use oi Hie Home cooking will he .sold, and ai- land fur.3 years, and hence ii is niv temoon .served, ccssarr to dhiili; by 2 in order to I obtain the unniial iirolii, which cuts! iL down lo per iicic, when you' Mis. McKinncy, president of Mie give amount at, lliesc Provincial W. C. T. I'., will address arc only minor and of lit-! n public int'Rting in Knox cliuuch tic consequence. iTupsdsj- cvcniug tlis 20Ui, at S F shall use ivliatcvc-r influence 1 o'clock. Mrs. .McKinney Is a vpry have lo secure the widest circulation; clever speaker and thorough posted oi Llic article our fiirmers.jOii her subject and notody should Certainly eicry one interested in thin'Miss 'his opportunity oi hearing her., industry should thoroughly study A good program of music is also he- and particularly should this he the i ing prepared. caSc tt'itli our actujJ farmers. Again expressing my thanks, and There wilJ the apiireciation oi HIP Rural Ucla- in Wesley Hull MH. i tur i Linai MM- in eslcv Hull Tuesday turn comniibicc or the- Boan of Trade 3 5 for a conf- ;ol which 1 najjpci, to eliainiian, I ;Ur5- ,VII vcrr truly, DUNHAM. inepiJiifr it'r Indies Tuesday afternoon 'ereiicc with inlcrcslcd in temperance work are invited to meet her. Use Recall Orderlies Constipation are t'entlp in a Uon, mild and natural. Sold only -b ,T. D. HiginnoLlmm Co., Limited. i'or Chronic; The. Will art! U'. C. T. U. met willi i 'entlp in A. Hiyan ycslcnUiy aEUir-! at Mansii at which! K001' attenifanco of the members Speciais That Point The Way To The Hudson's Bay Store For Saturday Night Shopping Saturday XigJil Trcal al thc Candy Couuter Oc-iifious Hmis and Lowncy's AssorUvl Milk Cliouolulc ;35c Just 25 oi' these Lovely Fine Voile Waists on Sale Tonight ut A clearance lol of Ihcse lovely miilcriiils an; fine voiles, prp.llily ombroidcr- ed I'ronl, ;'a or long c.xtru .special.. Values in Ladies' Gunnietal Bluchcr Boots CJeariag1 at Fta luring ;i (hrcc hour sale ui" (liesc pop- ular guninolal boots for ladies tonight, style is bludier, high heels ncul rounded toe Men's Flannelette Night Gowns, all neat (lesions, just S9c These values in Men's Night neal .slriped pnllcrns. good qualily flannelette, all; sizes, lo clear tonight at................. 5J." Brass Bods with neat Bound Ends, Tonight 20c Just at Hiese Bniss Rods lo go on sale to- Kx lends 5-1 inches. Complete with hooks. Price............ 20c New Window Shades Just Opened We have just opened a shipment of Window Shades, Special Prices. Hudson's Bay Co. Tho Rexali 10c, 2iic and b'Oe ilvas present. It was decided to hold a mother's mer.tim1; in the __________ -__.___________________tcr church on the -1th, IUrs. t ...M n. Francis be the speaker. Aj I cratlicrnll will he held on the same; j afternoon. Refreshments will he scrv-1 A'.' and bnhics nrn cor- dially invited to attend this meeting. CITY AWT) VyAiJ. District Court TIio largest debt case in the District Court, Jacob Kcnippaiuen vs. Robert Alexander el :il, jiay been finished, and judgment for and costs given to flie Jn the case of tlie "i- Factory vs. Cnmiibell, Wilson Sr. Giui Wong vs. the evi- dence lias taken, and and judsiiiCQt ue given later. Macleod Lady Dies An exceptionally painful cveuL took place on Sunday, April 4, Mrs. Chriatena A. the 23-year-old wife of Noah Evans of Forrea. Bask., tiled at the residence of her moclier, Mrs. J, L. Scott, Macleod. Gets Four Months Found guilty at the Mounted Police Last Meetings of Evangelist Flies from HamlinY A friend to the household and a foe to pain for over 60 years. For rheumatism, apramg, 1 neuralgia, cramps, stomach and bowel troubles, there ifl nothing likoHainlm'iWuird aunlity liniment and the moH '11 Co make. At tfct HunVui'a WlfudOU. Famoita tlrcatt. bookfru wriU HAMIJNS WIZARD OIL CO. TOROflTO Interest still continues in the meet- ings of the city movement and tlio theiiie nC 'Harold H. Gilbart last night, i 01 men rtnd women, to fcp addressed like that of the late Air. Stead re- yarding" one leading 3IcKcnny, president oi the some, plain1 speaking. The text .was Prov. 1-20, "Wisdom crieth without; sljc utteretli uer voice iu the street." Also ;Lulte 4-10 and 29. If Christ, who is wisdom personified, were to walk our streets, what would He rind? The world to which Jesus came, like On Thursday the' closing service of the scries will be. This ivill be oi great interest, doubulcss will be a very large and 8TARLAND "Tho Turee Men Who a two- Imp, proved to be the star feature ol! Starland'a blfi, dlversllied vaek-end .progtnmme nlgut. Tlie irtot ia ..very reminiscent of "The Master Inasmuch, as it deals with the .stealing of au Idol from a Hindu tem- ple of 'worship, nnd the, subsequent happonlags eventuating through the curies of the Hindu high priest. It with a gripping.interest, that once seen is llkoly to. bo, er two. liUfly Jjretty romance" aflipng the roses. :.y3roucho Bllly'fi a weatcrn a howling; burlesauo you. :-'.'Uncle .-Tom's wJth. -Billy -nitchle in the lead, and'a Unlyerinl VWeckly, .with alt the 'lataflt dbingB, from the launching of a drtud naught. to the clever cartoons of Henry m'ake. iip, i-.-very fine TiiM. Tbe'carae will be repeated tonight. tor aomp time. i Flower ot anoth feature, 'uroved to be ORPHEUM The farm festival la the stellar at- traction at the popular playhouse ag- ain today. Last" evening one parr of chickens was-dra'wn from the prizes; the pony, the lamb and the youiig cow aro still Who Will lia the luclcj- winner of either these worthy, prizes? Bring your coupons and see how lucky you (ire. There are onl; more flays left, and a uaefu prize will be drawn on each.of these seven da'ys. Grundy .Jlie clever team d oolored entertainers, who have kept the audiences at tlie Orphenm in. a continual roar of laughter for the nas week with their clever parodies cutchy songa and .pleasing mono jies, together ivith tliclr famdiis dancing stunts, will he sueu in Leth bridge Eor the last times tonight. Al- fred Darby will also be aeen for the Inst Limes, tohiglit. Hie-true sleight: ot'-hand kept the audl once guessJug last night, and we ven- ture a guess .that .quite a lew were mystified) Darby uses no me- .chanical devices 'whatever, rslyins only -oil liis-. quickness of.his hands to "deceive, the; eye. EMPRESS Why Spring Brings Out Freckles and Eruptions brui ____ _ _ arraulis at .Macleod by Supt. SUrnesjUie placeTor land Justice of tlie Peace Heap, fOr-jLltrla Bellilelieoi and Nazareth selling whiskey.to Calf Robe, a. Blood inqt want him, and Jerusalem -cru llnaian, Alfred .Thomas, a well-known him. Huhbard' says: "God made thel Hie sudden appoarnnce ol freckles, alight eruptions or litre lines at.thla season I is attributed by scientists to. tlie "actinic I my. which Is unusually active during tho resident, was sentenced to a four mouths' term in the Letliliridge jail. Banker Becomes Manager E. L. Kenncy of the Bank o[ Coin- been him. country, man made, the great city and the Devil -made the country town." If Jesus came to LeLhbrldge. this hall would not hold the .people. He would find a lot of unfaithful fathers TonijUt's .Drosrarume is of the usual qua'iity, :'and "providee an ex7 cellent yarleJ.y of nlnys. The episode ofV'ThB1 DR PRICE'S ounce of Common- mtrcoJized nrnx any drug store, apply a'fittle'of like cold 'cream, nhi K-nt oiJpoIntef] to the position of manngur jing the church, when they know more sfore til Monitor, Alta. E. E. 'W. Rhodes oC! than their parents do albout religious overcome of Commerce Washed off rie.vt maming, flaky shin par- w'lll be transferred to the Hnt, tlcles .come with It. The onljre outer I cuticle'is 'removed In this-way In n. week or so, with ;ill It3' "Wo blcich could so effectually remove freckles or blemishes. .The., new surface .'smooth, clear, fresh looking. No pain Incon- venience accompanies this Blmple treat- mant. In case of beneilh outer-skin, a. solution ot 1 o'z, pint witch hazel, maltta a face bath.which Is wonderfully, effective. Stftff, 'liffi things. Boys and girls do aa their elders in the matter other things. of s'wearlng and Steamer The C.P.R. steamer Alissanabic 1s reponed duc at afternoon nT y.nd at St. Jolins on Monday. IVest- ern Dflsaengers are. dnfe to arrive on Snturdaj" morning. is.quite-up. to exjifectatlous, anrj pro- vides two reels of thrills 'and- sensa- tions, equal to. any yet shoy-n. ''In The Sugp, Brush Counti-y'.' .is a west- ern drama, .'with .the Kidnapping or a young woman'by.one uiintlit, anJ har rescue by another afi tlie-dulslandlug "cature: The nay-roll for her father's mine also figured, Init that. TJic Koyslojie.wns amusing nud Inter- esLing, .'while' "The Brldnl a-pretty little based on the tra- rlitlon ilia't the wedding' guest who catches a.bouquet thrown by 'the bride will mitrrled >6lioTtly.''.aiiefward. There -iv111 bo ppjjiilar.iuiisic by. the Knipress orchestra. j ondny arid Tuesilay be Koy: j stone Wed-j wiii'be the Fnfu- rnount. iirodnution o[ the 'fa'inous com- edy drnin.-i Prom Ilomu." BANISH BILE! NDIA'N TRpOPS WIN VICTORY AiirlL 'British hi- Inn truons ha'-o infllcled art other de- on-the Turks In vicinity of Shalhc, Mesdiioiaiula, although at. ,1 onsftlerable loss to ihcmsclvos, their oss being ahntit ,700. .This annonnce- made hy the. India oiliue in au official report isfltnid tonight, A bilious condition of the system is the result of inaction of tlie liver, often causing severe hCadache through the eyes and somc- tfmcs in nausea and vomiting, which is frequently followed by a bilious dir.irh-'ea. Abbey's irffcrvcscent Salt, when taken as directed, stimulate.-; the peptic glands of the stomach and increases Ihe contraction of its muscles from above downward. This action is com- municated to thc intestines and in- creases the flow of the intestinal juice, thus stimulating thc ducts of the liver !n pour QuL'.thi: bijc, _whcn it can be carried downward by Taxauvc itciion of the of remaining to cloj-: up the lii-cr and Raw b'dck inio the stomach. Thus, if a pcrsou who is subject to Biliousness and -Rilmus Headache will Use Abbey's Effervescent Salt, the natural nction-of .the and intestine v-'ill be no bile can Bccumulatc in tne syiicm. Sold cvcrywUere at 25c. and Me. T Barents do. In my experience child- rea come into the kingdom, bo- .cause their hearts are pure, then girlB, tlicn young men, and last ot all fathers and ropthers. Another grea.t mass, meeting men will be held in Knoi church tomorrow al 4 p.m. Dr. W. S. Gfilbi-altJi will oc- cupy the chair. Mr. JlcPherson and a male-voice choir.will lead the sins- ing, and Harold H: GJlbart wiSl ffive j an nddresa on "Fo.ur great facts tlint make great men." These ivlio heard last Sunday's address may rest -as- sured, that, thia.will fully eiiual it, and Ihose who did not should not miss this .chance, which will be the last such address to a men's meeting. A women's meeting wi'il be held ai- so at 4 o'clock tomorrow in Wesley Hall, to which 'all ladles interested iii Ihpse. serviced .are invited. Mr. Gilbart speak in cniirch tomoiroxv evening on "Bof- riers to ii 'Lost World." JIu. McPher- son and ii pliorus elipir'iviH lead a sharp, and (lie fo bring their boohs ''Tried and Tcne.y' 'First Baptist and Christian congregations ivill imjie wilh Wesley for this service and their choirs are. invited1 to unite also. IMmday young wonien will liaye one nitiic address and on Tues- day svsriins MT- (rilhart- will in the .Arcade-.FWMiard hall, when op- porlunity will be given tor tiucstion anil dibCUasiuii. Tuesday evening also tlicrD will be tempernuce meeting In Kuox church Thoughtful mothers do not hesitate to let the little ones make a full meal of Kellqgg's Corn Flakes, because every one knows that corn contains great food value.