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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 191B THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERAL?) PAGE FIVE Only Fine, Flavoury Teas arc itscd to produce the iajnous blends. Every leaf is fresh, fragrant full of its natitrai deliciousness. Sold in sealed packets only. BI07 Buy a whole *l's Premium' Ham for Easier These Dealers Sell "Swift's Premium" Ham and Bacon ALBERTA MEAT MARKET Lethbiidge J, TUFF Lethbridge CENTRAL CASH GROCERY Lethbridge DELANYS, LIMITED Lethbridge THE GOOD CO., LTD. Lethbridge THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. lethbridge J. & A. JOHNSON Lethbridge GEO. KERR & CO. Lethbridge H. A. McKILLOP CO. liethbridge F. SWINGLER Lethbridge E. J. TICKNER Lethbridge WESTERN MERCANTILE CO Lethbridge E. OXLAND Lethbridge L. C. TEEPLE Lethbridge R. B. MORDEN Lethbridge R. J. BALDRY Lethbridge WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET, Lethbridge FLETCHER & SON Burdette WILLIAM REBER Burdette LEO GRADY Foremost G. ROBERTSON Foremost R. P. MEDHURST, Foremost E. MALO Tabcr J. B. JETT & CO., Taber VICKERY & CO. Taber CAHOON BROS. Cardston REEDER & CO. Cardston W. A, STEED & CO. Cardston FULLER & SMITH Bow Island R. J. McNAB CO., LIMITED, Grassy Lake L. B. DUNCAN New Dayton F. PIEPGRASS Raymond SETTLE ON 28TH AS EORCITY Any (Iniil)t tlml Friday, April liStli, would 1)0 procluiiiuul a civic house-clonnlnK day, was cluiired away at Llio Hoiinl of Trailo council meoliiiK at noon today when the hukkcsIIou of tho retail morclianis Hcctlun was adopted and tho mayor aal evening. For friday and Saturday the toa-tiiro win be Charles Chaplin In a. four-reel revue ot his best works, entitled "Ambition." This is -oven funnier tlian "Tho Mix-Up," whirli was shown at Starland some time ago. At tlic Empress "Love's Pilgrimage to America" will bo tho feature at the impress tonight only. This is a five-reel Hroadway toaturo with Lulu Glasen. This production is one comblnius strength and weakness, but on the whole averages up quite well. Tho tone ot tho comedy is good, but a little extravagant at times, particularly In the opening scones, This gives a touch of burie.siiue to the piece. Lulu Ghiser plays tho part ot tho bishop's daughter, who comes lo America with tho duke's nephew. Her work Is pleasing throughout and she miikos a good screen apearauco. , The voyage of tho young oouplo is unconventional, as tho girl will not marry Archie until they make their tortunoH, In spite of ills deslros lu the matter. The bishop and duko are both opposed to the match and the couple nro accordingly ponnlleBS and on their own resources. Upon their arrival In America they search for work. Tho girl tnllg In with a theatrical agent, uainod Lester. Tho latltM- makes InBUltlng advances, from which Archie Baveii her. Ho hau become a book agunt. Liitor they go to an eniployniont agency and hire out as butler and maid. More trouble follows as they are suspected of being thieves. Their dinicui-ties are Anally solved when the duke and his son die, leaving Archie his heir. Friday and Saturday "Hop, the Dev-il'.s Brew," a five-part feature dealing with tho dread opium habit, will be shown. Constantinople, via London, April 20.-The war ollico announces that | the position of tho British army which I Is being hesoigod at Kut-El-Amara is , becoming very critical and that the British commander has ordered the i civil population to ovacuato the town ' on account ot the scarcity ot food. I If there's room for more hair on your head we recommend Rexall "93" Hair tonic . Drives away dandruff, makes tho hnir glossy without groai-ine�, stops the falling out and promote's a healthy growth. Sold exclunlvely nt Rexall Druv Stores. SOc. arid $1.00 bottlea. For Sale By J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LIMITED Druaalsts, Lethbridge COME housekeepers use ^ ordinary laundry soap for washing dishes. At the same time they spend considerable money on lotions, creams, etc., in an effort, usually unsuccessful, to preserve their hands from the roughening effects of the soap. Other housekeepers use nothing but Ivory Soap. Knowing that it cannot harm the tenderest skin, they deem its use a true economy. And then they _____^ have the sat- y^^^^ isfaction of ^ knowing that their glassware, silver and china are scrupulously clean. What do yQU use.^ lYORY SOAP 99U% PURE 5' Procter & Gamble Factories at Hamilton, Canada 25c Or 5 tor JjiLOO JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF POPULAR NOVELS And standard works In clotli binding. See Window Display eats for Easter We lia\e a choice selection of home killed meats for Easter, Beef, Mutton, Porlv and Veal ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE t.EXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. PHONE 1265 Home rendered lard �A lb. pails ........... Home rendered lard lb. palls .......... 50c 75c SOc Beef dripping .1 lb. palls ........... Beef dripping f\(\n 5 lb. palls .......... DvC Home made pork pies OA_ lier lb............... CiXJC Try Our Noted Porlv Sausaj�e For Sunday morning's breakfast; made fresh every day at our store. WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET 310 13TH STREET, NORTH. PHONE 1055 JEWELRY FOR GIFTS EASTER--A TIME OF GIFT-GIVING! TIIEKE IS A TENDENCY TO MAKE THIS HOLIDAY A TIME OF GIVING EQUIVALEN r TO THAT OF CHRISTMAS. Lavallieres in Artistic Light Woihgt ElToots, iiuuleiii Pla-tiiniiu or Wliito and i4k (Itild, and set with Pearls, Sapphires, Peridots, Emerahis. etc.-or enhanced by a single Diamond or several sntnl 1 Diamonds. Brooches, made in varions 81iapcs, Oval, Round, Bar, etc. -Sot in white and 1.4lv Gold or Platiniini with Pearls, Senii-Preclons or Precious Stones. -King's with VUun or Faiujy .Settings oJ' GoUl and J^lal-i-num and their many comhluations of Stones. �-Bracelets, Scarf Pins, etc., also make very desirable gil'ts for the holiday season. R. A. WRIGHT THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER. ESTABLISHED 1898, EYE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES. NO WITNESSES REQUIRED. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 4286 ;