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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TITURSPAY. APRIL 20, 191G THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY nfiRALD PAGE SJ^iVEN MIhh CarRwuIl of Uoiifro\\s*6nt.., ia ii BUoat with Mrs. Clius. MeKUloii. Mtk. T. Bowos, of CalKiiry, is oxpoct-�(l to arrive in tlio city today to vIhH, lier sistor, MrH. I.,lvliiKHtoii('. Doiui I'iiRot, wlio luiH i)omi'conduct-iiiR iiilHHioii 8orvlcoH ill St. Cyiirimi's cluircli, loavos l(idi\y for his liomc. In (Jiilgnry. * � � Itov. Cnnon ]IayoH. of t'tilKary. Ik In tlic city, tlio ijucat of llcv. J. K. and MrH. Murroij-Wright at St. AukusIIu'h rectory. *  * WlSH Fltthor, oV Craiil)VoolnO interested people who wore pleaded to have an opportuiiit.c of insijoct-Sng anytiilng from vi carpet sweeper to a allk suit without feeling the neces-Hity of purchasing. The ICaster .season was kept in niitid as pots of lovely Kaster lilies were in evidence everywhere, besides feiiis and other flowering plants. Need's five piece orcOies-tra played for a couple of hours. Each flopartmenl had arranged its choicest articles tor display, even the grocery department was decorated, and its collection of tresli vegetables and fruits well arranged. The newest dress materials and trimmings were featured In the dry goods departmi^nt. and in tho ladies' wear ujjstairs one saw the very latest from New York in niits, dlessos and coats ('retonnos of artistic tone, curtains, carpets, etc., appealed to tho housewife Inient on ijpring (deaning'and redecorating. Per tho men there was everytliing needed for the new Kai^ler  outfit, inciurilng ties of gorgeous line. Boots iiiid slioes of ovory stylo for every foot were also feniptlngly displayed. MTiiiieer Smith and all the members of the staff were p.'esont and were kept busy showUig tlialr goods. * d * SULLIVAN-HUDSON A niiict wedding was solemnized last Tiighl at home of the bride's parents, Jir. and Mrs. K. K. Hudson, 220 19th St. N., when Miss Pearl Hu ? : : : : > ? ? ; Tho Rod fiross society wishes es-puclally to thank tho cadets tor tiioir Invaluable lielp upon many occasionB. Through their onthusiaHm several hundreds of dollarB liavo.been .added to the Red Cross funds.. On Saturday mornings they are on hand promptly to tako out the bags of work which nro Bcnt to tho homo workora. The Red Cross society has tho utmost coii-lidenco In the, cadets who seom to roall7.B that they nro' ftetiially holplng at homo ill the big wt^r. It iB'to liat Jiopod that tho bond between the Hod Cross' soQiety and the Cadets will grow over atrongor as long as tlioy nro ciiUod upon to work togother. Harold Qroer also gave hta .services last S'.iturdiy 'itturnoon and evening. ZLZy ICE or HOME USE The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1575 we have an Excellent Selection of Mercliandise for Your Choosing Attractive New York Silk Suits we have just received a most beautiful selection of the most up-to-date NBW york silk suits, sisowing the very latest styles featured at the �/orld's leading fashion centres. coming in the new gathered effects, cascade skirt styles, wide flare with belt trimmings, also tier collar, yoke and panel effects, gives a charming selection for easter. a fine range of colors, in-cluding grey, mauve, belgian blues, navys, plum, re-seda blues and blacks, sizes from 18 to 42 inches, worth $40.00 and $45.00. l*\)i- E.-istcr llu'se suits iirc lc;iliii'imI ;.it tiin special ]jrice of $28.95 New York Model Coats THESE COATS are perfectly tailoroU Royal Worcester Corsets ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS, for slight, average and stout figures. An extensive assortment from D. and A. Corsets D. & A. CORSETS, a popular and reliable ijiake, will give A/j a/v every satlsfcation, prices from, per pair ---- 75c to D�UU average and rjA ... . $2.00 to tpfl.dU Easter Footwear at Low Prices TO BE WELL DRESSED IT IS VERY NECESSARY TO BE PERFECTLY FITTED WITH A PAIR OF BOOTS THAT ARE RIGHT UP TO THE MINUTE IN STYLE. Our Boot and Shoe Department Affords a splendid opportunity for you to get just what you want at lowest possible prices. LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES in the latest Spring styles, a . assortment in black, patent and cloth tops, in blucher rt/j and button styles, all sizes, prices from ... .$4.5o to v"rl(;e.s. Satin Uuderskii't All colors, regular $3.50 to $6.50 special price for Sat- d��j qq urday..... $1,98 & ^^qUO s in Candy NEItSON'S CHOCOLATES assorted flavors, Saturday only pt^ vc'vyl............DOC 27 VARIETIES OF CANDIES, Including JelUos, fancy Creams, Bou Bons, Licorice fancies, etc., Saturday only o|\ per lb.................. CVC CORN STARCH, special 2 packets ........... STARCH, While Gloss special, I lb, pkts. ... JELLY POWDERS, special, 4 plits....... CUSTARD POWDER, . iMouk iS; Glass, 1 lb. tius1.0() $1.79 Eggo Baking Powder Given Away To every customer speiulinji' .$3.00 and upwards we will j>iYe a 111). tin tree, value 25c. This oli'er does not include these extra specials ROYAL CROWN or G. W. POWDER, 2 cartons 5c 45c 10c RHUBARB Iier lb........... CUKES, GREEN ONIONS, CEL. ERY AND STRAWBERRIES SUNLIGHT SOAP and LIFEBUOY, 11 bars FAIRY SOAP C, bars lor ........... SILVO POLISH, per tin ........ lOo & LIQUID AMMONIA, 2 boltlos ............ TOILET PAPER, special value, 6 tor .......... PEAS, BEANS or CORN 3 cans ............... TOMATOES, heavy pack 3 cans ............... BACK BACON, Swift's Premium, per lb..... COOKED HAM, Swift's Premium, sliced, per lb. CORNED bEEF, Tray Benlos, sliced, per lb. PICNIC HAMS, special per lb............... CHEESE, finest Ontario special 2 lbs........ CHEESE,'Canadian Stilton, very special per lb. INGEhSOLL CREAM CHEESE, per largo pkt. MACLAREN'S ROQUEFORT CHEESE, per jar ORANGES per don. 23c, 33c, 45c & LEMONS, large juicy per doz............. LETTUCE per lb............... RIPE TOMATOES per lb............... APPLES, finest eating i lbs..............,,. BANANAS per doz............ 50c 4Sc 25c 25c 25c 35c 40c 30c 40c 35c 15c 45c 27c 15c 35c 50c 30c 30c 25c 25c 30c This Store will remain open until 10 p.m. tonight. All advrtised goods are on sale tonglit and Saturday. SATURDAY NIGHT SUPPER A Turkey Supper will be served from 6 to 7.30 |). m. Saturday nJglit Price 35c THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. :: AN :: ORCHESTRA will be in attendance from ,7.30 to 9.30 Tonight and Sat'y Night SETTLE DIFFICULTY E.A.S, ROPERTY OWNERS It looks as If the lOng-atiuidlng grievance of tho property owners on (ith Avo. A. S., oyer the heavy taxes ImpoBod by reason of tiio heavy coat of opening the street had been sot-tied at lasL TUo cost of opening tho street was $12,000, making an annual tax of $1(1 or more on every 2!) foot lot for 30 years. With this lieavy special tax In addition to high general taxes on a high assessment, the property owners were burdened with taxes out of all projiortion to those imposed on Hlmilar property on nearby streets. The council therefore decided this morning to asaess the property on tho street in tiuestlon at 10 per cent Increase on tlio UBHoasniont on the aamo properly in 1.1)11 before the street was put through. This will make the total taxes on a 25-1'oot lot about J2G annually which tlio council considers very fair. VENIZELOS IN ACTION AGAIN Athens, April 18.-via Paris April 19.-Former Premier Venizolos has decided to stand as a candidate for tlio chamber of deputies from Mlty-lene on May 7. The Venizelos party, which refrained from participation in the last general election,, will contest all by-elections liereafter.' MELLEN SUES New Vork, April 18. - Charles S, J\lellon, tqrmer president of the New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad, filed suit in the supreme court here today against tho company for $10S,-222, with Interest, In his effort to enforce the payment of a salary of $30,-000 a year on a contract for five years as adviser to the railroad. RECOMMENDS CHANGES London, April 19.-Premier Asquith announced In the house of commons today that at his request Earl Cur-�ion had carefully examined tho whole aircraft situation and had presented a report recommending Important changes in organl'^ation. The report, said the premier, was under consldera-tion by the cabinet. DENTISTS ROBBED OF GOLD Portland, Ore., April 17.-The offices of scores of dentists in several downtown buildings wore systematically robbed of gold during the night by a gang of thieves, who escaped with about $5,000 worth of metal. Every dentist's fflce in the Pittook block, the largest business building in the city, was entered, tho door Jocks being picked or forced. ED Rose ;