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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta \yEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1916. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAli^ny PAGE NINE Some New Things At Rylands' For Easter Every morning- wo receive a sliipmeni, of sonic new tilings I'or Miladi's Euster oul-rit. As l)ricny ns possible w(; liave described a few of tiic "real tasty" fixing that should delight and [ilease tlu! most fastidious. These new arrivals, together with the Eitster Sale bargains all over the store, makes a visit to the Busy Store doubly important. CLOSED FRIDAY, OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT Filmy Georgette Crepe Waists Something real drosHy-Bometiilng out of Uie orcliiiBry aro those now tllmy OeorBetto Crepo niouHOs-Kach ono an exclusive model, soleotod from a choice lot of New York samples. Dainty shudos of flesh, nmlzu, etc. Priced at .155.50, $(>.00,1156.50 up to $8.50 Another Lot of Smart Spring Suits still they come-the very lato.-it creations of tho ttastorn monufacturors-a dozen or bo clever serge, black and white check, taffeta, silk and poplin suits, arrived by express only today. Sixes 34, 36, 38 only. .Special Easter Sale Prices $22, $25 & $28 Special Values in Radium Hosiery SILK BOOT, the Radium kind, double garter top, noted for their tit and wcai'Ing quality, tan, whlto and black on sale....... ALL 3ILK, with 5-lnch elastic rib top, we recommend this as our best stocklnK, black only a pair......... 65c 85c The Finest of French Kid Gloves DENTS AND PERRIN8, not the ordinary $1.25 glove o� last season, at $1,50, but last year value and quality In bluok, white or tan, on sale at $1.50 PEWNY, a high class glove, unequalled In fit and finish, fully guaranteed, white with hand embroidery, black back d� -l >y C all sl7.eB ...... ^ 1  I D 'Collier Cut' & Cumfy Cut Und'wear We are now showing the new "Collier Out" Combinations, an Improvement over the old style, silk Hale $1.25, lisle $1.00 Swiss rib 750, "Cumfy Cut" vests as low as 20 and 25c Oumfy combinations at .............................. f U C Handsome Taffeta Silk Dress Skirts A dozen brau'd new separate skirts In high gi*ado taffetas, black or navy, new styles and only one of a kind, extra (t'f A A A special values at ..................... $9.50 and V'LvsUU New Neckwear Just the same styles as shown In the big Eastern stores, newest novelties In Crepe de Chene collar & cuff se'ts, new pleated Purl-tan collars. In fact, a collection langer and nicer than we have ever shown priced at 36c up to each ........ $1.50 Some Satin Underskirts Something you will be needing with your new Easter suit, black, paddy, mahogany, etc., deep (rill, made from heavy satlna, On sale at $2.50 STORE OPEN THURSDAY EVENING TILL 10 RYLANDS & CO, TIcketB for evening performance No reserved seats. ASK YOUR OROCER FOR ''Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the Market-Made by The Crystal Dairy Lethbrldge Phone 1576 PHONE 1224 A SURE WAY TO END DANDRUFF There Is ono sure way that has Qever failed to remove .dandruff at once, and that Is to dissolve It, then I you destroy it entirely. To do this. Just get about four ounces of plain, common liquid arvon from any drug store (this Is all you will need), apply It at night when );ctlrlng; use enough lo moisten the scalp ami rub It In gently with the finger lips. By morning, most If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more uppllcatlona will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of It no mat-tor how much dandruff you may have. You will find all itching and digging of the Kcalp will stop Instantly, and your hair will be fluffy, lujitrpus, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times bettor.-Advertisement. TREASURY NOTES T BE SANCTIONED It every bond Issue had to run the gauntlet like the $100,000 Issue of treasury bills sold to the A. P. Car-rothers Co., kingdoms would fall and Titles go broke while waiting for the money to come through. A few daysi ago It was announced that Clark and Swabey, solicitors, of Toronto, wanted the Alberta Public Utilities Board to pass on the legality of the Issue before they give their final approval. jTho Public Utilities Board stated that I they had nothing to do with the Issue � under Bylaw No. ZAi. Thereupon Clark and Swabey said that it didn't make any particular difference and ihey would approve the treasury notes r.nyway. but were forwarding their argument to Edmonton showing that !lhe public utilities board quite proper-ily should pass on the Issue. The public utilities commission then wrote saying that they would pass on the issue as a matter of form and for the city to send along the $175 fee. And Mayor Hardic decided that It would be better to do the thing up according to Hoyle so the $175 was dlspatch-]ed and word was received that the board would sit tomorrow. The A. F. Carrothers Co. has the money in the bank at Edmonton ready to pay over for the notes as soon as they come through, so the mayor Isn't working. Senator and Mrs. llcVeher returned yesterday from Ottawii wiic.ri! tliey spent the past couple of iiionllis.   . Miss Kate Lowes, who has been vls-lUng Mrs. il. J. H| Hkoltli, returned to her home In Calgary yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rawnrlh and children hove returned from an extended visit In California.    Mr. and Mrs. Newton P. .McDonald have loft for Lethbrldgo, where they will reside.-Calgary Allmrtan.    Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ingram left this afternoon for their iionie in Uevel-stoke, after spending a week with the former's brother. C. J. Ingram. . � * ' Mr. and Mrs. P. 1-. Naismith are ! expected home toraorrnw after spend-1 Ing the past two moiitlis at Rlversido. California.-Calgary Jiunud. j   * I Mr. George Ilealh, a former resident of the city. Ik visiting friends here. lie is now u resident of Minneapolis. The matron of tlie fmergeucy hospital desires to thank .Mr.s. E. N. Hig-Inbolham for many kind gifts, both for the comfort of the patients, and the nurses In the hospilal. ft  � An intoreatiug demonstration of aluminum ware was given by Mr. ', Stone before the ladies' aid of West- | minster church yesterday afternoon j Each lady was given a sample pan before leaving. The Willard W. C. T. U. will moot tomorrow at S p.m. at the home of Mr.-!. Shaw, 210 20lli street north. Every member is asked to attend as arrangements are to bo made for the district convention, which will be held here. May 3fd and /4 lb. m f tins. 25c, 1 lb. tins . . 40C Extra Specials 45c 25c '.T.'.'"! 25c 39c 40c 33c 25c 25c lOc per bottle 23c EASTER SALE FANCY WORK - - PANTRY GOODS 111 Convent School, 2ntl Ave., South Saturda.v, April 22n(l, I'roni 3 till 6 BY THE LADIES OF ST. PATRICK'S Embroidered and crochet articles, aprons, children's dresses, boudoir caps, etc. Afternoon tea. MISSIONS HM BEEN VERY WELL mENDED Very satisfactory attendances have marked the special missions being held at St. Cyprian's this week. The last evening service will bo held this evening when Dean Paget of Calgary will preach on the subject "With JeauB," and will deal with the lessons of,lite to be taken from the war conditions. Dean Paget has also boon holding afternoon meditations, and will hold the last of these at 3.30 tomorrow afternon, when he will deal with "BOine aspectsfof the life of our Lord." Is In Cardston D. E. Harris, manager of the United Groin Producers, is In Cardston today on a business trip. MAY KEEP K LLICR ES E VINEGAR, brown or OA-white wine, quart hot. ZiUC SARDINES, we are sUil selling our fajnoug Beaver OC-, brand at 8 tins tor.. OuC SARDINES, Brunswick brand, per tin ...... KIPPERED HERRINGS, o |-PUot brand, 3 tins .. LOK. SHRIMPS, finest Bara- lA-toria, special per tin IHC 5c H. B. CO.'S SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR- 49 lb. sack .. J?l.55 98 lb. sack . . 2.05 BROOKFIELD CREAMERY BUTT ER- Per lb......:: , fe. Or 3 lbs. for .lil.OO SUGAR Guaranteed Pure Cane, 20 lb. sack ;k$L79 Eggo Baking Powder Given Away To every customer spending? .$3.00 anil upwards we will give a 1 lb. tin free, value 25c. This offer does not include these extra specials 45c 25c 35c 40c PEARLINE, SOPADE or GOLD DUST, regular 25c 2 packot.s .......... FELS NAPTHA SOAP OA per largo carton ____ D�/C WHITE NAPTHA SOAP a(\ per large carton Tcl/C IVORY SOAP C per bar ............. OC GOLD SOAP, Uio largest r bnr procurable at..... wC ROYAL CROWN or G. ar W. POWDER, 2 cai-tons TtJC SUNLIGHT SOAP and CA^ LIFEBUOY, 11 baJ-3 OUC FAIRY SOAP 0 bars tor ....... 8ILV0 POLISH. I)er tin ........ 10c otiicB ............ (^3C TOILET PAPER, special OC_ volue, 1) tor .......... i&OC PEAS, BEANS or CORN :; cans .......... TOMATOES, heavy pack 7, cans .......... BACK BACON, Swift's OA- I'remium, per lb..... OwC COOKED HAM, Swift's Premium, sliced, per lb. CORNED BEEF, Tray OC� Bcntos, sliced, per lb. OOC PICNIC HAMS, special -i {- pirr lb...............- iOC CHEESE, Elnoat Ontario 4 C special 2 lbs.......; TTtJC CHEESE. Canadian Htll- lon, very special per lb. i (NGEhSOLL CREAM -1 P CHEESE, per largo pkt. IDC MACLAREN'S ROQUE- o H FORT CHEESE, per jar JOC ORANGES CA per doz. 23c, 33c, 45c & OvC LEMONS, large Jutey OA-, per doz ............ JvC LETTUCE OA^ per lb............... OUC  RIPE TOMATOES per lb......... .... APPLES, finest eating 4 lbs................ BANANAS per doz............, RHUBARB per lb.............. CUKES, GREEN ONIONS, CEL-ERY AND STRAWBERRIES 40c 27c 25c 25c 30c 10c THE HUDSON^S BAY COMPANY That tho men of the 113th Lethbrldge Highlanders will likely remain In the camp here until fully recruited was the information In a telegram just received by Mayor Hardle from W. A. Buchanan, M. P., at Ottawa. Mr. Buchanan says: "Will have Interview with ofUcial ot department next Tuesday. Not possible to deal with matter until after Easter vacation. Department affairs unsettled at present. Have some hopes pt holding battalion there until fully recruited." Mayor Hardle is also in receipt or ft letter from A. E. Kemp, acting min later of militia in which little hope Is held out that the battalion will remain here all summer. He states that it is necessary to put the troops under canvas in order to give them the necessary training in larger unics. Hotelman Here "W. J. Stokes, proprietor ot the Alexandra hotel, is in the city from Calgary on business connected with hia establishment here. The Alexander Gait Chapter Daughters of the Empire Will Present at THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Thursday, Evening, April 27th The Festival of FloAvcrs, "Children's Play," Sketch by Messrs. Waddington, Asqulth and Hincks. Soloists, Mrs. Lay ton luid Mr, Fleming. Iiistrinnentiil numbers by the Band of 113th Battalion, Lothbridg^e Highlanders WEDNESDAY, APR, 26TH, SPECIAL MATINEE FOR CHILDREN 50c Only a Matter of Time EASTER PANTRY SALE AND SALE OF FANCY WORK In Wesley Hall, Thurs., Apr. 20th from 3 to 6 BY WESLEY LADIES' AID Sale will Include many crocheted artlcUa auch a* yokes, dollies, lace trimmed handkerohlafa, aprona, etc. TEA WILL BE �BRVED. EIRATEIHE VALOR OFC until the use of foods which lack certain nutritive elements supplied by Uie" field grains, will result in decreased mental and physical activity-often ill health. There is one food that supplies in splendid proportion these vital mineral elements-phosphate of potash, ;tc.-so necessary for keeping one physically and menially vigorous. That food is Grape-Nuts Matlo of whole wheat and malte^ barky, it supplies all the nutriment of the grains, is long baked and rendered partially pre-digestetl-a wonderful enei'gizer of body and brain. "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts Made in Canada Sold by Grocers everywhere Cauadlan PoBtuni' Cereal Oo, t.td., Windsor, Ont. Ottawa, April 19.-Oti motion of Sir Robert Borden In the commons today a resolution was adopted commemorating the valor of the Canadians in the battle of Ypres a year ago, and declaring that on April 28 flaptB should be flown from all public | buildings in Canada. Both the prime , minister and Sir Wilfrid Lauder made brief but eloquent speecheB In support of the resolution. LABOR QUESTION IS CAUSINO SOME TROUALE C. P. R. MAKES PEACE WITH IRRI-QATIONlSTS ABOUT THEIR LAND Calgary, April 19.-The disagreement between the farmers In tho we.st-ern secUou of tho C. P. R. IrrlBntlon block and the C. P. R. was Anally settled yesterday at a conference between some 30 reproaentatlve farmers and J. 8. Dennis ot the Natural Resourcos department. The dispute arose In July 1910, and has boon a constant source of trouble between the farmers and the company over since. The farmers claimed that the C. P. R. had wrongly classKled the land and aalted for a reolaastfi-cation by tho Dominion government. This was completed this year and several changes were made In tho classincatlou of certain sections of the land. Many of the farmers claimed the land was not adapti,d to Irrigation and that water was detrimental to the land as there was a sulflclent rainfall, and they, objected to'paying water rentals when they did not wailt the wator.^ Some of tho farmerii oven went 'to court in an endeavor.' to have their contracts declared void, and some also aslted for damagoa. The settlement will affect about 220 farmers in the western section of the irrigation block and will result in a total saving to these farmers of between $300,000 and $400,000. Besides this thoro will also be an annual savins in water rentals to many of them. Ottawa, April 18.-Th* shortage oC farm hands In the west and the shortage of lumbemen In the east are ae-�umins unusual proDortlons and causing no small amount of worry on tho part of employers. Interned aliens may have to be dratted to the farms In the prairie provinces, and the lack of good river drivers in Ottawa and district may cause a delay in the drive and hold up logs tor another year. A party of wall-known Saskatoon citizens are in Ottawa and one ot the questions which they will probably take up with the authorities Is the labor question. The party Includes Mayor Dr. J. McL. Young, ex-mayor Cllukstlll and Mr, S. W, Johns, prominent member ot the Saskatoon board ot trade. Mr. Johns declared that the shortnge of labor Is phenomenal and farmers are hard put to know where to get hands for seeding, which Is now beginning. FAILED TO TURN UP - * Reglna, April 19,-Clayton ? Peterson tailed to turn up at > the meeting of the Brown-Sl- <' wood commission toda^ to givo < evidence as promised. A war- < rant will be Issued for his ar- ? rest and it will be lerred on * him should b* come within the province, . � NAT, GUARD FUNDft WASTED Wholesale vondors and not whole sale drueglsts, will handle Uquor In Ontario under proUlblUon- Washington, April 18,-Senator Bo rah ot Idaho produced a sensation In the senate during the debate on the Chamberlain army bill this afternoon by charging that $8,000,000 annually appropriated by the federal government to the National Guard has been "shamefully and disgiiicelully wasted, and some of it actually embeazled." Borah charged that offlcers ot the National Guard have made use of tho federal funds to further their owrt ends without benefitting the enlisted men. LIfiEBUOY H EALi li Y SOAP Boys! After the game witsh your hands with Lifebuoy Soap. It'� simply great for removing 'dirt and grime and it heals up those many cuts and scratches which might otherwise become sore and dangerous. HOW TO REQAI-N STRENGTH Tho great factor that retards recovery after siiakness Is that weak*; enod vitalised condition, aii'd It will Interest our readers to know.that our local druggists, ; J. D. Higliibothain & Comiiany, have' a reliable, hon-seore't strength creator called Vlnol, which contains Iron for Uie blood, the oura-Hive medicinal extractives ot fresh cod livers and the nourlHhlug properties ot beet peptone, all combined- In a delicious nattvo wine. For weak, i-un-down conditions and to regain strength after slpkness, there Is nothing better,-Advertisement. Before the war tourists yearly spent about $100,000,000 la Italy. Yes, there's a slight carbolic odor to Lifebuoy. That's essential. Without it Lifebuoy, you see, would only be a wonderful cleansing aoap. But it soothes and heals cuts and bruises as well. Use it regularly. It will keep your skin fine and healthy. Sold everywhere by Grocers. Odor Vanish** Quickly" \va: arhiiiiiliiiiiiliiiin ;