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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta mONDAY, APRIL 17, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE SALE You Need the Clothes and We Need the Space JPOR the balance of this week we have gathered together a wonderful collection of real values. We have arranged for every department to offer its best, and we have done some very close figuring before we could put goods on sale at such low prices listed below. However, they are here for you to reap the savings, and for us to secure the room needed to open a boys' clothing department. Below are but a few of our wonderful values. Visit the Store this week. Cut prices on all lines. MEN i-Save One-third on Desirable New Spring Suits and Furnishings Our vcj:. stock linos i'oi mci! and voiing juoii, rroui several ol our Leadiiis' Clothinji' Maimfjicturers, in the season's ]u'\v(,'St styles iind iinitci'ials. TwccmIs, Worsteds, f'li(m'i()l;s, also |)lain bine black and greys, (iar-nu-nts lluit yon would pay at least one-tliird more elsewhere, and here you have the laru'esi stock of suits to clioose I'rojn m the eit\-. .151.'].qO values, clearing- at........... .$1.5.00 values clearinj? al ............. .1518..50 values clearing- at............ .$20 4& $22.50 values clearing at....... $2.5 & $27.50 values clearing at....... & .$35.00 values clearing at....... . $8.65 $10.75 $13.00 $15.65 $19.75 $22.75 bes9 Men's Ties Regular 50c, for .... 25c llegular 75c, for ... 45c Men's Hose Keguiar 40c, for . . . 25c Eog. .50c, 3 for ... $1.00 Cotton hose, 8 for . $1.00 Hats Easter Hats Reg. $2 & $2.50 values for ............$1.25 Reg. $3 & 13.50 values for ............ $2.25 Caps �UM & .$1.25 values 95c OBBBSBS Men's Odd Pants AH new pin stripes In tweeds and worsteds, nice patterns and nicel,y finished. 82.50 values for .. $1.65 $3.50 & 4 values .. $2.85 -So.00 values for .. $3.45 These Avere good values originally Men's Shoes -f4.50 values for .. . .$3.20 The ramous "Walkover" $6.00 values for . . $4.95 to get such reputabe goods as these at such prices is an opportunity seldom of. fered you. Men's Dress Shirts Reg. 11.25 for Reg. .$1.50 for Reg. .$1.75 for . ... 85c . . $1.15 . . $1.35 Men's Work Shirts iteg. !j), $1.60 tor vocrn proportional reductions Men's Underwear Balbriggan and Porous Knit ""'-r. nOe for ,...... 3o( Reor. n5e for . . ,k;o ; we have better grades at LADIES' SUITS, COATS, DRESSES AND WHITEWEAR 1j.\J)1ES lake udvuutage of this opiiorlmiity to s(d('cl \oui' ucw spi-iiig ehjthes from the largest iuid hest assorted slock iu the city, including all the lat(\sl and lov(diest styl(>s made in this eountvy. ;\i prices which mean m gigantic s;i viiig. 1MAT12UIALS, fine serges excellent gaherdines. various Sheph(m-d checks, and uov(dty w(^aves in vast variety. Why miss the ojjportnnity ^ Below are only m few of the many Uargains. $17.00 values clearing at.................. $20.00 values daring at................... $25.00 values clearing at.................. $30.00 values clearing at.................. $35.00 values clearing at........................$27.45 $40.00 values clearing at...................... . .$31.75 Ladies' Coats clearing at $5.95, $8.65, $11.L0, $15.75 . . $13.45 . ,$15.65 $19.75 . I. $23.75 Ladies' Summer Hose Cotton, lisle, silkoline, silk and lisle and i)ure silk, in all the newest shade.". Keg. 25e, sjih^ ])rice 15c Heg. 4{)e, sale price 25c Reg. 50c. sale price 35c Reg. 75e, sale price 55c Ladies' Walkover Shoes This famous make are known all over the world. N'ono bettor at any price. A good variety of styles and leathers. Regular prices $5.00 & $5.50 Sale Price $4.35 TAN WALK ()^ EKS All our stock of tan in litgh and low shoes, regular $5.00 to $6.00 Sale Price $2.95 Ladies' Waists Daintiest blouses .seen and made this season, plenty of styles and sizes to chooae fi-om at 75c, 95c.'$1.15, .$1.45, & $1.75 CKKPi: i>i: ciiem: Extra values and pretty shades, S styles, worth $6.00 and (J�q AV $6.00. Your choice ..... White Underwear New Drawers and Corset n H Covers, worth 40c, sale price ^OC A belter lot-Lot No. 2 worth 50c, sale price ............ 35c Nightgowns 75c values, sale price 55c $1.25 values sale price 95c $1.75 values sale pr. $1.15 Ladies' Dress Skirts Beautiful Serges in shades of dark blue, black, tan and grey, extra new styles, regular $7.50 $C QC sale price ............. '^D^VO LOT NO. 2 A great collection iu many shades and materials, regular *o rjj' ifb.OQ. .Sale price ..... �|>�).lD Underskirts lint, very few Jeft in this departjnent.. Saturday & tills morning told the extra value. See,them yourself, worth easy 12.25. Sale price....... ..$1.45 BOYS' SUITS At Greatly Reduced Prices I THE ROYAL STORE SOUTHARD BLOCK BOYS' SUITS Beautiful variety at low prices lA AY ITS B FOR REO CROSS Although Sulurday morning's weather aoemod very dlslioartonlng to the lied Cross taggers, tlio woallier uiuu �was on tholr side and boforo noon tlio Bun broko through the storm clouds and warmed tlio clilliod lingers of tjio Indetatigoblo workers. And tholr work ^vaB not wltlioul result, and a aplen-(ild result It is, as almost $!iOO lins been added to the fund of the Hod Cross society. Tlie amount sounds very large to people who do not un-derslnnd the sum of money that must he expended each montli to pih-chnsc tlio material that is supplied to workers at the lied eross rooms. The men ut the front aro making a bigger effort this spring and summer to disperse the Germans, and it is uji to tlio women and the men that are loft lit liome to see tliat their every need Is RUppllod, and it needs nmney and more money to do this. The Red Cross desire to thank the public for iheir hearty and willing ilo-nutlons to the on use, aiid to the Indies who tagged and worked so splendidly, tlioy extend their gratitude. CRITICIZED RECRUIT! italian found guilty Jwoudon, Ont., April 15.-Coroner l''ergu�oii's Jury last night found Mlko I'rlgendl responsible for tho murder of Hufaolo Barbado last Sunday. Uar-iiado died of woundti i'ocgIvoiI in u shooting afl'ray ut an Italian boarding UouBB and in an nnto-mortoui state-mont ho naniod Trigondl as his hshhII-Mil, Trlgoudl Is under arrest. AHACKS HOME Toronto,- April IC-A mob comprising a few soldiers and about 1000 men, women and children residents of Tod-morden, last night attacked tlie iiomo of Robert Ilazelton, of that village, whose letter to Senator Chociuotto, casting reflections on tlie men enlisting in Toronto, as road in the senate a tow days ago by its recliiiont. The house was stoned, doors broken and windows shattered, and llazelton, who appeared after the assault bad com-raonced, was dragged out and placed In an Improvised colfin. lie sprang out and defied tho mob with his back to the wall. A county constable with drawn revolver arrived on the scene and marched ilazelton toward tho city, lu tho meantime city police had been Kunimoned, but before thoy could take over Hazelton lie was dragged from tho custody of the county constable and thrown in a pool of muddy water. Tho constable dragged him out. fleforo* the crowd could re-iKiat tho attack a stiuad of five city police urrivQti anfl Interposed between tho mob'nnd their victim, being aided by IF) soldtors who wove spootators. .-,-^----,_ . WILSON'S LAIES NOTE NOW REAOY Washington, April 17.-President Wilson Into today completed tho com-munication to Germany on the sub-murino warfare, and sent for chairman Stone of tho senate foreign relations coraralttoe for a conference, probably tonight. This action was in lino with tlie president's policy . of keeping congress Informed of the pvo-greas of negotiations. draft of forestry men Ottawa, April i5-The Forestry battalion will Bond Ji draft of about 400 men ovorBoas boforo tho main portion of tho Higlinont leaves, under the  value of insido bathing. Those who continue it each uio; amt', l.. .. ...... ot pronounced results, lioih in regard to heaUh and appearance. ./. v>. Higlnbotham & Co., druggists,--AdverHseinent. BLAIR RIPLEY IS NOW A COLONEL Blair Ripley, formerly of Lethbridge but now ot Toronto, has been promoted from the rank of major to tliat of lieutenant-colonel and has boon commissioned to raise a construction corps ot lOBO men for tho front. Major Ripley was only a week or two ago appointed to tho command ot a company in a pioneer battalion being raised In Nova Scotia. CANADIAN TROOPS ARRIVE SAFELY IN GREAT BPflTAIN Ottawa, April 115.-It Is olllclally announced, through Uie chief press censor's ofllce, that the troopship Olympic, which saiiod from Canada on .A.prll f>, has arrived safely in EIng. land witli Til omcers, 109 nurses and .'iHC ot other ranks. She had ou board the following troops: 59th battalion-OlUcera 3ii, olher ranks 10715; Gist battalion, oltlcers 37, other ranks lOUl; (17th battalion, olll rors .S4, other ranks 1045; 71st battalion, otilcers 36, other ranks il63; No. 4 siege battery, ofllceru fi, oth^r ranks 212; Ontario military hospital, I olIlcRrs 27. nurses 81; ammunition I coluiiui, 11th Iiowltzer brigade, ofll-: cei'B 3, other ranks lOii. Drafts-lIorsD artillery, otilcers 2, other ranks 150; mounted rlflos, ofll-cors \, other ranks 200; R. C. R., omcers 1, other ranks 180; University contingent for P.P.CL.J., otilcers 5, REB S MILITARY RES A Saskatoon, April l(i.-The fire of Saturday at tho e.\hibltion grounds, which destroyed seven tralne buildings and a considerablo quantity of military stores, has somewhat disorganized matters tor the rank and file ot tho Both battalion. The�value of the loss in stores and military equipniont is not yet known, but an unofflcial estimate of the loss to the 65tli battalion canteen is between $2000 and $2500. There were i seven buildings destroyed, upon which the insurance was fesi; each. The IB buildings at tho exhibition grounds are insured for $10,000, which makes the average distribution of Insurance per building as stated. The men's meas room in future will bo the area under the grandstand, while the sleeping (luarters will be transferred to the administration building. The ilre broke out at the lime when tho tiro pickets were being relieved, it Is said, and because of that and because of tho tact that the Are broke out on Saturday afternoon when all the men were down town It is supposed to be of Incendiary origin. otlier ranks 250; medical, omcers 16, nurses 27, other ranks 154. Miscellaneous - Vetprlnarlans, offl-oors 21, advance party Lumberman's battalion, offlonrs 2, other ranks 15; details, odicers 22, nui'ses 1, other ranks 4. Toronto's gross debt is now about $100,000,000, BRITISH AIRMEN RAID London, April 16.-The statement by the British admiralty on the air raid on Constantinople reads as follows: "Friday evening three ot our naval aeroplanes carried out a raid on Con-Btantinopio. Bombs wero dropped on the Zeltunlik powder factory and aeroplane hangars. Another naval aeroplane visited Adrianople and dropped bombs on the railway station. All returned safely. "The flight to Constantinople an* back measured 300 miles. Although flue weather prevailed at the start, adverse conditions supervened', with wind, rain and thunderstorms." 190 convicted for plot to poison french forces London, April IB.--Special dispatches from Johannesburg say that 190 persons have been convicted and sen-tonced for participation in the so-called poison plots in Madagascar last year. Forty ot them have been ordered imprisoned for various terms ranging from two years to life, while the remainder were banished for periods of from two to twenty years. noted author dead Milwaukee, Wis., April 16,-George W. Pock, author of the "Peck's Bad Boy" stories, died here today after a short Illness. Mr. Peck was 78 years old. He was twice governor of Wisconsin, and at one time mayor ol Mlk Wttukee, ;