Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, AFMIIL 1^, 191(5. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HETTALW PAGE SEVEN PHONG 1224 Mrs. W'lilos, Uoratnlon HIdcU, ru-liirnud a row iliiys iiKo Troiii an ox-londod trip to tin; eust. � � � Mrs. I./. AHciultli ftiKi oliiUlrnn Imvo gone to Cnlgary to may with Liont. Asquilli. * * * Tlio MlsBlon Band of St. Andrtrw's church will moot tomorrow nlnht ul 8 oV'ldck nt tlin, homo of Mrst. MyaHOii, 609' i;Uli Street North. last while endeavoring to walk from a neighbor ranch to that of Ills father. iVIAY BUY BOATS Paris, April 17.-The Havas correspondent at Berne telegraphs that the project tor the purchase of trans-Atlantic steamships by the Swiss government to enable It to bring in the nation's food supply under the protection of the Swiss flag, has been taken up by the federal council. HE WAS KILLED Winnipeg, April 17.-Private Ken-neth George Bowman, reported In Sunday's casualty I'.at as killed In action, �was a son of H. A. Bowman, assistant deputy minister of public works tor Manitoba. ANNOUNCEMENT A Formal Showing of New Spring and Easter Styles Will Take Place at The Hudson's Bay Store on Wednesday next, April 19th. In this assemblage of new spring merchandise will be shown a complete new line of spring suits, "exclusive New York models." We have gathered together for your approval a beautiful collection of ladies' and children's wearing apparel. Silks, Satins, Dress Goods and Trimmings, Men's and Boys' Suits and Furnishings, Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, also many new items for the 'home-beautiful.* Every department throughout the store has a magnificent display of new spring goods. To view this Easter Showing the pleasure of your company is anticipated. AN EVENING RECEPTION WILL BE HELD WEDNESDAY EVENING FROM 6 TO 10 O'CLOCK. A MUSICAL PROGRAMME WILL BE GIVEN ON THE SECOND FLOOR FROM 7.30 TO 9 p.m. No merchandise will be sold during Wednesday evening. The purpose in remaining open is for the informal reception only. Therefore no goods will be sold, however, reservations can be made for future delivery. GIRLS ESCAPE San Fi-ancisco, April 17.-Twenty girls made their escape tonight from St. Catherine's home, a religious institution hero for wayward girls, after engaging in a general riot, overcoming guards and attendants and putting to Uight the policemen who answered a riot call sent to the Potrero station. CARELESS USE OF SOAP SPOILS THE HAIR Soap shoaild be used very carefully, if you want to keep your halv looking its best. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The best thing for steady use Is Just ordinary niulsifled cocoanut oil (which Is pure and gretisoless), and is bettor than the most expensive Boap or anything else you can use. One or two teaspoonfuls will oleauso the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it In. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rlnsBB out onaily, removing every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. Tho hair dries quickly ami evenly, and it leaves the scalp soft, and the hair tine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage, Yovycan get mulslfied Coooanut oil t ai^y. pharmacy, lt;s vory oliwp, and a few ounces will supply every member of.the family tor moutUa,-Advertisement. ..., I SEND ADDRESS 0 W FRONl U.S. 10IHE ALLIES Boston, April 16,-An address to iho people of tho allied nations expressing sympathy with their cause, and bearing tho stgnaturos of 500 Amoricaiis all distluguishod in their vocations, will bo published simultaneously In the United States and Europe. In Inviting signatures the committee in charge sot tho arbitrary limit of 500. The Intention was not to have the "address" popularly signed, but rather by persons in different parts of tho country promtnont in their respective vocations and communities, 42 States Represented Tho names signed to the 'address" represent 42 states of tho imlon. Of the total of COO over 150 belong to business and legal circles. This number includes former members of the national and state governments, of the Judiciary and the diplomatic and con-snlnr services. It also includes tor-mor cabinet offlcors, ox-governors, and ex-sonatora, railroad prosidents, bankers and Journallata, The clerical profession la rppreaent-led b/:. 32 bishopD and otlter-promin- ent clergymen, Tho signers also include many distinguished members of the faculties of Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Cornell, Pennsylvania, California, IMIchigan, Illinois, Chicago, Northwestern, Indiana, Johns Hopkins Yale and Dartmouth. There are in the list over 20 university and college presidents, besides some of the best known authors, actors, palutora, sculptors and architects. Re\. Father Fachon died in Toronto at the age of eighty-one. POLICE MAGISTRATE DEAD Nanalmu, B. C, April 17-Thrv death occurred In this city tonight of John Henry Simpson, police magistrate of Nanalnio for tho past five years. Deceased was a native of Belleville, Ont., and was 77 years old. He lived, in this city for 30 years, aud is survived by a widow and two sona, Henry in South Africa, Lome in Alaska", and one daughter, Mrs. Grice, East Africa. He was n prominent member of the Masonic order and Independent Order of Foresters. Perfection! In fact we should sayf the Essence of Perfection, for Cowan's Perfection Cocoa is manufactured from the finest cocoa beans obtainable - skillfully blended.