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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTWSTIAY, APUIL 18, 191(5. THE LEfHBttlpGE DAILY rtKKALD PAGE FIVE STRONG DISCOURSES! BY EVANCaiSIS lih'angollBtB Boguo and Wobb, who have boon conducUng meetliigg In the ChrlBtlnn churcli, continue to nttraol gooil crowds with their Bplendlil BorlRS of Bormons, This ovonlng KvnnijullBt BoKuo will apcuk on "Tlio Fall and Restoration of the Church," In which ho will deal with tho founding of the various denominations. On Wednos-day ovonlUB ho will deliver an csiiec-lally atrong dlscourBo on tlie suhjoct "On the Vergo of tho Precipice." This discourse will deal with the mistakes of young people who "take a ulianco" on so many of tho world's evils. SEVEN DAYS OF FAST & FURIOUS SELLING OF EASTER YBOYS REESAITHELM The weather was all that could bn desired yesterday tor the tree planting at Battery I^oint, Henderson Lake, by the men of the filst Battery. Some Hixty or more men in charge of Lieut. Oliver raardied to the grounds at 2 o'clock and were met by the resent and ofllcers of tho I.O.D.l':;. and tho coninilsslonors. After a few words from tho regent, tho men fell to work with a willingness that was ver>-gratifying to the ladies, planting trees In tho new part, and giving tho old a general cleaning u|i. Tho rope to the llag staff was mended and a new Mag run up to tlie breeze. I^ater a pleasant halt hour was spent when light refreshments were served. The new plantation will add very much to the future beauty of Battery I'olul and will keep us in remembrance of another battery, the filat. Wonderful Values in Men's Suits The New Suits Are Here! We have opened up 200 New Suits for Men PIMCES ARE DURING rilLS SALE ST.'J.oO vii.liios t'.lcfiriiig at........ $S.05 Sir).r)0 values clearing at.........$12.50 SI8,50 values clearing- at.........$14.00 -S22.00 & .$25.00 suits going at____.$1.S..>0 It will Pay You to Come Here, as ihe Bargains offered are worthwhile men's hats n all shades, front .$l..50 up Ml.N'S odd IMN is Keg. value S-.50. at |)er pair . ,......!^i.7o ll(>g. value .$:'..00 at ]�er ])air........^'lAH) Jleg. value 'S;>.50 at per ])air.........$2.75 ]l(>g. value S4.50 at ])er pair.........$3.50 men'S ties Heg. oOe for. each..................25(* a big variety in men'S dress SlITRTS {..'learing at one price. S5c each :men's i ndi:rwear Per garnieiil ................35c & 6()v men'S combinations Per suit.....:.........i)5c. $1.25 & .$1.50 men'S black cotton hose 8 Pairs for.......................$1.00 m mmmmwmww tills over again-and again-until you peaiize fully wiiat it means to you Calgary, April 17.-Kamloops people are taking holw of the preliminary arrangements (or the next convention of the Western Canada Irrigalton association, which is to be held there July 23-25, In a most enthualaHttc way. Norman S. Uankin. secretary of tho association, has just returned from a meellng of tho executive which wa.i held there last week, and he says tho board of control, which lias been chosen to carry out the details, may be depended on to make tho convention a success. The meeting was called by the executive of the association, which has Invited representatives of the board ot trade, city council, farmers' Institute, stock-raising association, agricultural society, and the business men of tho community generally, as well as the secretary of the B. C. Fruit Growers' association, and the provincial controller ot water rights. The oxecu-tivo found there had been a most lioarty response and there was no trouble In isocuring a splendid working executive, which Includes representatives from the various bodies interested. No Entertainments Considerable time was given to the question ot this year's programme, and !t was decided that all entcrtnlnmentB and extraneous attractions would bo eliminated. There will bo some trios to nearby points where practical de-raonstralions of irrigation work can be seen, one of which will bo the government sanitarium at Tronqualle, whore there will bo found all the vege- MEN'S LOW SHOES Oxford stylo conifortahle shoes for summer wear, n(;aj'l3- all sizes, .$3.00 values clearing .............................. $1.10 MEN'S GOOD STRONCi WORK BOOTS All sizes, at per ])air.........."........$3.00 xMEN'S SHOES Nice dressy shoes for everyda,y wear, pair $2.05 MEN'S DRESS SHOES Jn gnnmetal, solid leather, regular .$5.50. sale price............................. $1.25 BOYS' SHIRTS At sale price 50c BOYS' SOJLID BOX CALF BOOTS Sizes from 11 to 2, saleprice___________... ,$1.75 LADIES' PATENT PUMPS In all sizes, reg. up to -$4.00, sale price . . .$2.()5 LADIES' ONE STRAP SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS Sale price .......................... .$1.25 CHILDREN'S 1-STRAP PATENT PUMPS Sizes 'A to 6 only...................... 95c CHILDREN'S ALL WOOL WORSTRJED ^ JERSEYS Ages y to G years in navy and red, sale price ()5c Special Price on Boys' Suits BOYS' SUITS Norfolk style, ages 4 to 10 years in' fancy Tweeds of grey and hrown for quick sale $2.95 BOYS' SUITS In Norfolk and douhle-hreasted styles in dark hrown and grev, for quick sale........$3.95 BOYS' BOOTS At greatly reduced prices. BOYS' JERSEYS From 7 to 10 years sale price...........S5c Do Your Shopping Early OMAN 706 3rd Avenue S., Next to Royal Bank What We Advertise We Do tables which can be grown in the western province thriving under irrigation. All the discussions and papers will be governed by the desire to eliminate everything that will not be ot value to the man on the land. Two Wixmei*s �iS r�(n�i�oi��M ; J?%-s"�-r.-�-."..-' Ogilvie's ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour has won Its way to tho front Today it Is rooognizod by His Majesty tho King and His Crilloai and Paslldious Highness, Public Opinion, us Canada's Best Flour Canadian High-grade Flours-Set tho World's Standard Whether ua&d in Uio Palaco ot the King or tho farnihouso on Uio prairies, OGILVIE'S AUWAVS gives satistnotlon What the Press Agents Say WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., 3AM SADOWSKI, PROP. BISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDQE HOUSE IS SOLD OU FORMUnANO it seemed like old times at tho Majestic last night to see such a healthy looking crowd taking in the show, for trom the lloor to tho roof, every seat was taken, and not one of those present went away disappointed. It was "Mutt and .lefr" redlvlvus, all new, all sparkling, with a lausli la every sentence. The bedroom scene from Othello was (luito u gem, and tlie beat bit of comedy seen here for many a day. The little follow is funnier than ever, and gets off a host of now gags, while the dialogue in the initiation ceremony was a scream. .lerry Sullivan and Harry Kay take tho titular parts and take them well. This time they are featured In a college, although the college is (juile unnecessary. If it was left out it would not interfere with the plot. The college is used to introduce to your notice a bunch of freshmen and a bovy of beautiful "co-eds," tho latter being very gracoful and svelte. Miss .leannetio I'aterson boars the brunt of the soloists, and as sue pos-sesBos a strong tempormontal voice, she pleased her hearers immenBoly. "Sweetest Girl in Monterey" was her best number, while "Love is a Beautiful Dream," clings to the memory, JHbb Mabelle ,lanot being responsible for this, she being also a very clever dancer. And there's .Mao, and Lillian, and Esther, and Lou-all very nice and apt to distract the attention. A real, dog-gone rube, by hock, is the hiuk taken by Charles Udell, he and Maude ISarlo giving a clever llttlo Bketuh. The play will be repeated tonight. Tom is called Into consultation by the heads of the trust to discuss coal prices. In the meantime a trap is laid for him whereby he cannot enter the building assigned tor the meeting without meeting death. How he escapes this and lives to fight another tniet Is graphically told In the pictures. At the Oi'plieiiin The seventh instalment of the wonderful serial, Graft, will appear tor tho last tlma nt the Orpheum tonight. This episode tells how Tom Laraigan cnished tho cQa! trust, and It has as > many thrills us tho formor chapter. Business Notice As tho Lethhridgo-Weybuni lleulty Company have closed out of active business, their Manager, K. A. Sharman, takes this opportunity o� thanking all cuBtomorE of that Company for their patronage in the past and at the same time to announce that the uow firm of E. A. iSiiarmau eonipany is now open at 1217, 2n(i Ave. Soutli, as agents for tlie 1. H. C. with a full Hue of Farm Implement.s and Machinery representing the following lines: - Dooring Haying and Harvesting Machinery, Drills, Harrows, Cultlvatoi-s, P. &. 0. Plows, Ken-. tuoky Press Drills. Columbus and Dominion Wagons and Democrats. Owen's celebrated Fanning Mills and Smut Cleaners. McLaughlin Buggies and Delivery Wafj^ons. C'roam Soparatora. Titan Kerosene Portable and Traction Engines. Aultman-Taylor Separators. Hupmoblle Motor Cars. Dindor Twine, Grain Sacks, Wool Sacks, Wool Twine, Sacking Twine. At Starland For the last times tonight ilary Pickford will be seen in her latest and greatest success "The Foundling." This is a splendid production, and combined with a Chaplin comedy, makes a program well worth seeing. On Wednesday and Thursday, Cleo I Rldgley, Marjorle Daw and an all-star 1 company will be seen in James i Forbes' comedy drama, "The Chorus Lady," one ot the few great American plays. This play ran for two consecutive years in New York. The I temptations ot 4ho musical comedy i stage, the petty jealousies that exist behind tho footlights, and the courage of the young women who smile across the orchestra and fight for tl\cir very i existence in the world of paint and ' rouge, are all vividly portrayed In I this wonderful production. satlonal drop from a telegraph pole to a moving box car in a terrific battle raging between the rival ganffs of Seagrue and that of Rhlnolander, under the captaincy ot Paul Storm (I