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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRII, 22, 1915 THE LETHniUnCR DAILY HERALD PAGEFIVB Only Two More Days Monster Moving Sale Ends Saturday Night Tomorrow Will be Friday Bargain Day No ifeert to urge you now to attend this sale; hundreds of people from every the city have found out that it pays to take ad- vantage of our woiuleriul sale offerings. Another New Lot of Bargains Are Ready for You Tomorrow Rylands Co. Surveyors are Mistaken by, tKe Police for Bad Men Spend Night al Foremost to Have Medicai Aid Under New Arrangemsnt Wilh the Munic- ipaliiy of Burlmglon Principal ,J. K, of Iho High iScliuol, is one ol those who arc nol uarLlculurlx of the flay-' saving Mr... Hodgson exnrcssiid himself al the school board inciting last of flic opinion thai, there was Httic enough daylight at present sunrise null school opuuii.g, atid that there suflicieut iluvliglit after school hours- Chairman MclCillop is another who is not in favor of tho proposal. The matter was discuewed informally last nighl, Trustee Scott saying did not see any particular advantage in IJie proposal, institutions and the. railway.. .would keep the old time. T'e proposal will he further conr sido td al a meeting of the retail section of the board of trade bp held Friday night in the hoard rooms. Merchants are particularly requested to be present. Tin1. Mower Guild ;ue holdiug a dance in Uiu K. ol 1'. Hull Ininori CVOIlillK. Sir. Robin Slici'lcuik Idt ycstcruuy Vith i! survey lor Cllin Coulee. Ulrs. (Dr.) Nelson of wai tin; city yesterday. Mrs. G. McQueen relumed ycslcr- day ariRrnoon spoiuling Vi'Ksk cnil in CaruiiuiKuy and Vulcan. The G. Club will meet with Sirs, to- ul) government G'ulespie, H21 lltli sired Gilbart Speaks on Prohibition The auditorium oi Wesley Cliuith morrow aftcrno'on. Tlio Willine Workers' cluli 'will eivo a c.oncert In St. AntlroiVH cliurcli, Kri- day, 2'J, at B ct'clotlt. A toi'.ec- tlo.i will be tlilteu ill the door, tlie procGGde will Ijo used for charitable purposes. Tile follou-iug jirograoinie will be Kivcn: Client. "Boat recitation. "Two RuUi Broivii; sketch, llutli Urowu and. James Co'.dle; unei, "Star or the MIssea XeJlie and Mary Harleman; 'The Tea Five Girls; recitation ter's Grella Wllaun; violin BOlo, Hay Horn; dialogue, "The Open- was fairly we'll VaTr'nigTiT'to Ing Three lioys; j-ecilaticn, hear Harold II. Oilhart on "Breaking "Knnnets of n School jMarJorie the Doozc Mottle." He said; Pour Smltb; sons, "Sno'w Four Giris; People make the lipozc bottle the Bulo, "Beside tbu Camp Fire Idly brewer and distiller, the saloon keep-.Dreaming." Marjorie Smith; dla- er and bartender, tlic government that loffue, "Months ot tlic Twelve licenses it, and the voter who'lavors Girls; chorus, "Flae Sone-" licensing. Tho. booze hottlc is on the run in nearly every couatry. has lost JoO millions by breaking the booze bottle, but has al- Ihc quiet wedding soleninizcil at St. Andrew's manse yesterday al- ready an increase ol 350 millions by. ternoou by Rev. A. C. Biyan, when opening up natural resources. James Walker McDonald, and Miss: The Uerman IL'inperor says the na-' Annie Knox of this city, were united j tion that uses Uie least liquor will jn marriage. Only the win in the war. King George lias rrjends and relatives ol the bride; banished it Irom the royal present. The bride was given j Tlie singing of a boys' chorus- led away by her father, ami was supports Ijy iVr. JWcIJJierson was a pleasing fea- cd by her Miss Delia Knox. turs. -phc groom was attended by Mr. John Tonight the great closing meeting Hamilton. Mr. and Mis. McDonald; of this scries will be held. The song left on the aile iioon train for Cal- s.-rviec will be led by a large union gary, and on ttcir return will reside! choir beginning at 7.30, and Mr. Oil- at 411 12-th street J) north. hart's address will begin at S o'clock j and will he of special value to all who have Ltgun the Christian life in these services and should he heard by WATMOUUll Wcsley Church was 'the scene of a retty Veddinn yesterday alternoon j jf o'clock when li'ilfrcd Firth and oi West Lclhbridge i i were united in marriage, KCV. G. H. A thank offering will be received Oobhlcdick oftic'.-iting. (Juite a num- whicii will bci given to the men who uel. ot and relatives were pie- have worked so ungrudgingly Inr the sffflt Miss jJarrielle Watmough, sis- last six iveeks; .in. LBthbildge. Every ol ttlc ijjjdc, was bridesmaid, and A. supported the all of them. Cards of counsel will be given them as well as ol church pre- headquarters, being one oi the party. near Altdrado last Friday gathering The "gentlemen were entertained at information, as to tbe 'acreage anil the local barracks over night, while general The Altorado Llt- telegrapliic informntiou came to their eraiy Society beint in session that release. Saturday morning [ound mat- night, Mr. "Cruickstiank pressed Explains Attack on British London, J. McNx- teside o bridge. Foremost 3Z.-The exciting is building a new meat market 2U32, c'lutch .h8S befitted by Ihcsc meet automobile'ctusc witnessed by Kore- and n store building 21-21 is being "W-wl" eroom. most citizens last Friday turned out put up tor Mrs. John McKinnon. Tbe ,'ilhart very miserably from a romantic residence portion of.'town has also nnu stahdpuint, the "bad men" taken in- been increased by three dwelling _..' Ip custody proving to be just what houses. A new.drug store is also pro- they claimed to survey posed for tho'near'Iutute. men in tiie employ oi the govern-T "Manager' ff. A7 Cruiblfshant of the Slipper, who for some' Union Bank at. Foremost, took a time'has been mating Lethbririge his drive, through' the territory ACTION OF SINGLE SPOONFUL SURPRISES MANY Letlibridec people wlio bought the simple .mixture of buckthorn bark, glycorlne, etc., known as Adler-i-ka, ire surprised at the INSTANT effect of a. SINGLE SPOONFUL. This rem- edy Is so complete a bowel cleanser ONE ANY ters well straightened" out. and the into service as -the' otatot.oLthe ev- raara, parliamentary secretary: to .the j that it is use4 succeSBfuJly in appen- parly went- their way on a tour and-i'fom reports an'interest-'Admiralty, replying to Question i a'icltls. Adler-i-ka-acts on BOTH up- through the southern oil fields ap- i a'Idress Cruiclt- Put hy Admiral Lord Chas. Uercsford- per anil .tower ibowel and parentlv bearing no malice toward shank's "subject .was 'the "Aims and explained in the House the recent loss SPOQNFTJ1, relieves almost the officials VlroVere obliged to In-i Ambitions ol Literary. of more than fifty lives from the of constipation, sour or gnasy convenience them. The local police-and much instructive information was tish transport Manitou, oR the coist stomach. ONE after you had instructions hV wire to stop all'gleaned by his hearers. Sound advice ol Chios, in the Mediterranean: it the gasses'rumble and pass Fords and they sure stopped them, along, other lines was also Riven and The transport Manitou, Mr. McNa- D. HiEinbotham Co., Limit- even to the car occupied by the Oras- well received by. the residents of 'the' mara. said, was bearing troops whcn.ed, sy Lake police who were in some Altorndo country. (she was stopper! hy a Turkish tor The move now. on fpot by 'the conn- redo boat which fired two .torpedpes A feeling al optimism still prevails ol Burlington R. M. No, '31 to which missed the vessel. British tor throughout .this section of southern secure medical attention-lor resident pedo boat destroyers pursued the Alberta. evidenced by the build- ratepayers who nre temporarily un-. Turkish warship and she was beach ing- operations now- ROing on in Fore- able to pay for. same is. a new idea ed. In the meantime lifeboats of th most. 1'aul Mcdhurst, local butcher, in municipal government; that is, Manitou had upsst which resulted in TWO WOMEN TESTIFY What Lydia Vef- etable Compound Did For Their own Statements Follow. charging same' 'against .the patient's land as taxes .to._be paid in ,the fall. Dr. Grassy" Lake, has been secured to 'locate at, where he will he in.a-good position to cov- er the territory; the municipality pi Forty-Mile hiring 'also entered into..a similar agreement jn-ith the doctot. Buried injjitaiva WittitiilfJonors _ Military honors'.vert given In Ot- discharBe is all gone, end I tawa to tki iBraains ol than I have for a long time. Itilnkany Bombardier ol. the 20th woman is foolish to suffer al I did for Battery, Lcthbridje, who died here Hsliburion, a doctor examine me and he satd I had falling of the womb, 90 I have been taking Lydia Finkham's Vegetable Compound and it has done me a lot of good. All bearing-dowil pains have vanished... bavo gained ten pounds in veiglit, the the sake of a few doll Ifry. brigade, O.E.'F., turned out. A gun carriage, brass, and bugle hands, and.'firing .squad 'accompanied A Kansas City the hearse, while ithft brass band Bial. Itmayencourageotherpoor women -Otta.wa. whosufferasl did touse your Vegetable I. A large escortJrora the 7th artil GBO. COLUCUTT, Haliboiton, Lot'7, P.B.L Kead What This Woman i New Hoorefleld, Ohio.- "Itake great 38tti playeij appropriate funer- Jur al music. Rev. .W: Mcllro'y con- ducted the services-at the house and _ weak, had pains in considering the extent oi the work the casualties mentioned. Mr...McNa hcing undertaken and tlie method by hot explain why .the Turks which the doctor is guaranteed pay-'.Rare the British warning .before ticv nient. proposed .system the "red the torpedoes 'at the'transport doctor will accept'the notes-of pa- ticnts services render- nnimnW ed, and theae.notH mil nf" discount- AFTER CONSTANTINOB! E cd hy the municipality. In this way AFTER CONSTANTINQPLP the" doctor gets his money and vRome, via Paris, .April _..____ municipality collects the' notes by i Sunday Meseagerfo publishes a long Interview had In Petrcgrad by Its' cor responaent -with Professor 'Paul N MiXukoff, leader of.the comuitutiona democratic party in the 'Russian duma .The Russian programmei'.accprdlng to Professor liberty in tho Black Sea, with .the possession of the straits leading ,'lrcm H, evidently implying that Russia oc cnpy ConBtlntinojjlo in the event of the success or the Allies. .A.written iigreement In this sense, Profeesor Mlhlkoff said, already had been con- cluded between Great Britain, France and KussJa. He was' not sure ivhetn- er this agreement Inc'iude'd the Is- lands of. Tenedos and Imbros, which, according to the LondoD in 1913, It was decided should belong to tbe power In possession of the atrilts. .suddenly, and was burled Iron his Yon can use my letter u a Uetimo- father's rcsidehce.'ilil Pretoria Ave., SHE DARKENED HER CRAY HAIR The cH.l .monnen came Diirktnid-. Her Gray Hilr and ,lti Orowth 8y. a Process 'i SHE TELLS HOW SHE DID IT A well-known society lady nho dsrk- ened her gray hair by-'a'slmnle' home weak, had pains in neiir anii tlim loldkn. The ar- process, made the followloi (latc- .tillery .were in command "of'Liei't.- merit: "Any lady or geritleroin can not be upon niy fevl1 Col Aribldfj Majot' Hubbell Capt darken-' faded 'hair, long enobgh togeta Cameron, Capt. Harty, ulate 1U growth and make It'soft and meal. An long as I .well and Lieut. Godwin glossy'.with thla simple which meal. Al long MI laid On ray back 1 would tttl better, bnt when I would get up thoM bearing i pahs would come back, and doctor tiki I had female troable. Lydin E. Prnkhara's Vegetable Compound was E. F. Cartuth- crs, Toronto i Ctrruthers, o( tae ilth BatUlion C glycerine. These be purchased at any drug store-at-, very Ij {Catruthers. little cost. Apply to Hector other until the Is'dark- iHawaiVbrotherBj eufflclently, -then every _IC_V. '_ k vt_ Don't Let Your Skin Absorb Dirt Many women thinlc their complexions 'are clean when their skin still contains dust grime in all its pores. To' demonstrate your need of some other cleanser besides soap-and water, make' a test of Nyal's Face Crearn., Get a 250 jar ind their'Free Booklet en-' .titled Your Complexion tellinehow 'to apply it with proper metliods of mas- saged Wash your Face "thoroughly and then apply the Cream.. After properly it in wipe your face with a clean soft white cloth and see how soiled the cloth is the accumulations of. jfrime that have sunk into Uie pores. How.'refreshed, soft, clean and '.fnigraiit your compleiion now is. How free from irritation. Nyal's Face Cream ia (reaaeleas, -oTygenated and refreshing, shine. Nj'al's Face Cream Soap ia a delightful preliminary cleanser. iiSm Nj-al preparations aiViustly fam- piis and none more so than NjaTs Face Cream which we unhesitatingly recom- mend. Call or telephone us for your copy of this book which contains most valuable information. Frank Hedley 317 5th St. South; People's Drug Store, 240 13tli St. The Red Cross Drug fe Book Lothbrldge, Alberta. The Lcthhridge Flower Guild WILL GIVE A DANCE K.oiR Hall Friday, April 23rd TICKETS He EACH .QASKELL'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Programmes and Lsmonide will be on Hie. Announcing an Important Sale of Ladies' Suits This Week-End VOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT OUR READY-TO-WEAR SECTION AND INSPECT THE NEW STYLES There is ample reason here for an early visit lo Garment Section tomorrow. A sale of Suits announced at the voiy moment you are considering- a smart suit to wear. The styles are charming, the materials are all of the new- est. This is a genuine money-saving Suit Sale. LOT NO. 1. N'avy Blue Serge Sulla; cotlB are plain tailored, fastening with ono button, 'back It .trimmed with self covered button, fancy lace collar. The skirt ia in circular effect. Tlio regular price It 4 O CA is ?1S.OO. Sale Price 9 I eCiOU LOT NO. 2. SI 5.00 Tills lot includes Dlack and White Shepherd Checks The styles are natty military end Norrallt styles. The skirts are in circular effect. All SBiartly tailored. -The regular rprtce fa J20. C 4 E Sale Price.................................... 9 I O.UU LOT NO. 3. S22.00 The matei'Iafs lu this .range of suits, embraces Navy Blue Gabardines and Cravendtte Oioths, made in ill tho moat Uip-to-dite styles. MlllUry, Norfolk or Empire effecte, Hippie back and Flare Skirts. Regular to 132.50. Specinl.. ALiiiy Attractions to Centre Women's Inter- est In This Section Tomorrow 16c SCOTCH Choose from tJiis ssIerUcs oC Anderson's Sct-tch pretty striped and checked design a, hill 27 laches 4 Aw wide. Week- End Spedul per yard........................... "LADIES' CASHMERE HOSIERY VERY SPECIALLY PRICED- 100 paira of these Ladioo' All Wool Cashmere Ilaa'f.'iJoia'e'in black only In'ttjesL quality Llama. These arer unusually good value' at 50c per pair. Lay in a supply this week end- at" Cl' AfV U pairs for 9 .PURE SILK MILANESE Superior quality Pure Silk Milanese Hosiery witji .double Egyptian -lisle solo garter top. Colora afcyj.'plnk.. champagnei mauve, red anti black. Our.reguJnr stock price ia jl.25. To'cfltear this line out ID two days our jitlce. }a .If vV _YOUR HAIR NETS, MADAM Fringe Hair Nets with elastic. Shades arc light, medium or dark: brawn. Extra special 16 WEcAflE CLEARING OUT THIS LINE OF CHAMOIS GLOVES 1 Our entire Chamois Gloves; -white1 and 'natural coloiyigood quality; sizes 5% to Extra Special while, they- last, -per pair .v.v. "r.WiW 36 INCH MESSAL1NE 3000 yards of this .beautiful 36 inch .MepsfLlinf: Silk., over 30 new colors from M'hicli to' choose, also black and "white, .On sale tlila week end per yard ENVELOPE SPECIAL Business Envelopes. Extra 7 packets for 7.................'................... HAT WIRE, 6c ROLL Silk covered Hat Wire in block or Special per Roll OC1 EGG SHAMPOO POWDERS RovterB'a Egg Shampoo Powders, enough In 6ne for 5 slmmpoos. Per .Package..........'.................... .QC MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES, FANCY SUMMER PARABOLA We have just cleared a manufacturer's entire iJne of Summer Parasols. There are 350 Iu all, Lu'dlefl' arid Children's" Sunshades. Every new effect in up-to-date lines. The coloring, are truly lovely. See them on display In the window." "'Tfie'regu- lar prlcei "run" from 50c to Jl Sale .prices 25c to FOR SATURDAY ONLY ._ _' Lovely'Cut Carnations, red, white and Per Greatest Sale of We Have Ever Announced Hundreds of beautiful new 811k Ties [or IUM. oewefet In thli lot. This showing re- presents va'liles' up to -75o. Throurlt our Eutern Buying Agency we aro enabled to of; fer jou thue .t C1 AA 35c each of Z. for 9 I See them in the.' window v; BOYS' WASH SUITS, line of Bniti; jujji' opened up.- "Oliver and Bin styles, goSTmatertals 9 I Your "Pure Food" GROCERY LIST Phone 313 Cowan's Bafclag Cho- colate, per pound Bar and Lump Sugar 3 pounds tor..... Keillor's Jams, Stnu- Greenguge and Apricot per 4 pound Lombard Plume 3 tins for Greengage Plums' 2 tins tot Lfbby's Pineapple 2 tins for......... Monk and Glass Cus- tard Powdor, per tin.. Tomatoes; 3 tlni for........ Tomato Catsup; Per tin Holbrook'n Per bottle 'Olives.' small bottle; 2 for .Fresh Eggs; Per dozen Shift's Back Bacon; Per pound............ 5 pound pail Sale price Per' uound Clover Leaf Salmon 2 tins (1 Ib. size) Qalloa Cans ot Apples, each Rice; 4% pounds, for Lever's Castile Soap; Per tar NaptSa; Pet carton lunlfeht II nare (or Lux; 3 Hack No Rob; Par taoiet Pannlps; Per Ontario Potatoes, for" seed; or table use, wtra 4 '.special, per i Freak Lettuce, TunntoM, On- 10D9, KadUhw, Celery Hhu- bajb daily. U 25c nwberryi 65c 35c 25c 35c 20c 25c IQc 20c 25c 20c 25c 75c 20c 45c 30c 25c 25c 69c 50c 25c 5ft 3c A VMIT TO THIt tKCTION WILL, MUCH MONEY ON ALL LINE'S OF ANOTHER LINE AT 76c. MEN'S oddment of Men's Summer Belli; OBW MEN'S Reg. 126 SUMMER lulls in thl. lot-; possibly 12 ;ia all. They repnnnt twxl Regular, price to 126.00. Prtce Remarkable Saving in Many Needs for This Week End TAPESTRY TABLE COVIM Tapestry Tablit Covers; 'two yards square, heavy fringed; in red, green and fan, rood quality, tr ROMAN STNIPfD TAItefrTfW Roman for making couch 'covers and Arclv Porttoee ori.dAor ihanglnti: Prtttr combination of tan, gram >nd nd per raid MAM HOM. We Strong brass rods ball ends extends 'ram 17 to 64 Inches WINDOW Hark green window mounted on Mascot Sol M.UE MAO New shlpmtnt o( Blue __ for Btdroom UK, tin by W. priced at CORK BATH MATS Small sizes cork 'bath heavy grade, on C1" AH >l 9laUU DOZEN Colonial Style Glasses per dozen Me T5c values'ID ilass water pitchers FIBRE FOR VERANDAH AND BEDROOMS Fibre Riwa in pretty colorinja for Slimmer UM: IIM 6l9 ft. Extra Special Oalifornla Fnilla, Blind and UaU.-PtachM, atnw. berrlci and regu- lar We; .Per tin erllLDHEN't VICI KID These'Children'. Vlci Kid Bluch- ers are Just (lie rlglft weight tor Sprint near, In ilin 8 to 1 Rtiular price >235, AA Sale price I >O9 CHILDHEN'. SHOEt, .Children's tan ihoei In BliKber cm. iDrinj heel; comfortahle lust. Juit 2i te go (X 4 A Hie rviiilar 9 I 19 LADItr OXFONO Chooce from Patent Leather or Oinmetal Lvithen In thU ft Oxtorti, and btacH BliM nvu, :'i Jo Sale price BLUCHM BOOTS, Men i Blank BliKker Boots, i box calf leather, go on 'Worta r .HOHS, SUV- Hji ;