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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAT. APniL 25, 1916 LE'rilJjniDGE DAILY IIEnALD PAGE FIVB CLARKE & CO. The Ladles* Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Specially Attractive Holiday Prices on Newest Coats, Suits and Dresses Tlie very l)o.s(, styles aud inosl; attractive ji;ui'in{.;nts of the season iTicluded in this -week's special prices. High Grade Suits Very Smart Suits $31.50 $19.50 All our $35.00 & $37.50 llnea A lovely showing of very beat slylOH In Bmall, regulur and large wo-men'n Mzea, uj) to 44, belted and soml-mlUtary effects, made of best iiuallty sergeo In navy, black and green, and finest quality black and white chockB. Overall Ain'ons. 75c splendid quality good washing prints In light and medium colors, very full sizes. Glass ToAvelK, loc ea. Large size, smooth finish linen, splendid quality, special value. Crepe House Dresses A full new stock In all sizes up to 44,. light, medium and dark colow,. full cut skirts. Colored Kajali, $1.00 A splendid new lot Just to hand, 34 inches wide, very even weave, colors, black, navy, old rose, Copenhagen, Russian green and grey. ' , Printed .Sillc Mull 65c&m>c Very dainty dress materials, plain anPHONE 1224 U. 8. WILL SPEND MORE MONEY ON NAVY NEXT YEAR Appropriation Bill Will be Inoreased Next Year by $68,000,000 Washington, April 24.-The naval appropriation bill for the fiscal year 1917 framed by a house sub-committee 2iid submitted to the committee today carries $217,052,174 against $149,-fiSC.SCB. appropriated for the current 11 seal year. The navy department's building pro-Rram for 1917 which Is for two battle cruisers, three scout cruisers, 15 des-iroyera* 30 submarines, two gunboats one hospital ship and one fuel oil ship Is embodied without change for the committee to take up next Thursday This proposed building program would cost $85,352,127 against $45,053,801. tor this year. In personnel, the blU provides tor 3.3,500 additional men. For naval auxiliary ^950,000 Is allowed, an increase of $150,000, TAT BURIED FOR TWO WEEKS COMES TO LIFE FJalonton, Ga., April 22.-Mrs. W. M. Dennis, of iSatonton, had an ordinary house cat about her home. It was decided to gel rid of the cat, so tlie butler was delegated to kill it. He shot it to death and then buried it in the Dennis garden. It lay buried for two weeks, when the gardener, preparing for hla early spring jilanting, ploughed up not only the garden, but the cat. And two weeks in the grave had not dulled the cat's sense of sight, Rmell or taste, for it made a dush straight from the garden to the kitchen. vVhen tho cook recovered, the cat was given food and water. It is still nllve and running around tlie house. U. S. AMBASSADOR SUMMONED Ilerlln, via T.xjndon, April 24.-Tho tinlted States ambassador was called by telephone to the imperial Chan-tenor's palace this morning. He went immediately, and tho conference with Dr. von Bothmann-Hollweg lasted an hour and ten minutes. When he came from tJie conferenoo Ambassador Gerard declined to give any information as to the nature of the discussion, and would not answer H question as to whether anyone else was present, It is understood that the Gai-man reply to the American noto will not be delivered before the Imperial chancellor has another opportunity of conferring with the onuperor. It Floats IVORY SOAP floats. It is the original floating soap. This quality gives Ivory Soap distinct advantages. Ivory Soap always is at hand; you do not have to grope for it nor is it left in the water to waste away. Ivory Soap always is in sight; there is no danger of injuring yourself by stepping on the c�ike in the bathtub. Even if Ivory Soap were no better than other soaps its floating qualities would make it more desirable. S CENTS IVORY SOAP 99M5^PURE '1- FLOATS Procttt & Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada HON. J. D. HAZEN'S SON 18 KILLED IN ACTION Ottawa, April 28,-Hon. J. D. Hazen received news of the death In action of his son, Lieut. J. M. Hazen, serving with the 25th Battery of' Artillery, with the Canadians at the front. Mr. and Mrs. Hazen left for St. John after receiving the sincere condolences of Premier Borden and other members of the Cttbinot. CHANCELLOR RETURNS Berlin, April 23.-The Imperial chancellor. Dr. Bethmann-Hollweg returned to Berlin this afternoon, which would seem to Justify the assumption that the emperor's lender has decided on the answer to the United States. What the reply Is to be la naturolly unknown to any but tho highest officials. HONOR PUPILS OF FLEETWOOD SCHOOL The following pupils made 60 per cent or more In their April examinations. Grade IV.-P. Rennor, J. Forbes, B. Trellving, .!. Hesse, M. Watson, G. Johnston, K. Pbrter, G. Pulley, J. Beaton, James Watt. Grade V.-B. Appleton, D. Cudoba, E. Huff, T. Kunst, V. Cross, E. Scott, A. Beaton, L. Joyce, U. Elton, M. West-ley. Grade Vf.-F. Geoghegan, W. Grant, L. Marshall, B. Collier. Grade Vll.-Dean Rentier and John Oliver equal. Viva Elton. Dean Renner and John Oliver were the competitors tor the I. O. D. B. prize In essay-writ-Ing. Two young girls, Matty and Louie Kyle, were drowned In Mlmlco creek at Islington. BAKIMG-INSURANCE Flour, tutter, eggs and sugar "are all expensiA)e, TKey cost mpre now tKan e^er before. If you spoil a "batcK'* all tKese costly irigredients..fli:e Jost. Do not take tKe risk. BQQ*0 Baldng t'trwder irwures success if the otK�r contents are good,. Insure success. Use BOIS*0. **Made in Canada for the Canadian Maid" THK BGG'O BAKINO POWDER CO., UMITEO HAMILTON. CANADA Mrj ii(.,'iAt' McMillan and family ore spendlhfc'a'few days in Calgary. ",. t t * St.iMarV'" W. A. are holding a whist drlve'fojilght at 8 o'clock in tho parish hall.'''^� * MtSH Edith Lund of Calgary is in tho city, spending a couple of weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lund. * �  Miss Ariastasia and Master Austin, accompanied their father. Mr. R. E. Skelth, when he inft today for his ranch near New Dayton. They will remain there for tim Kaster vacation. * *  Mrs. Fawnes, who has bonn staying at the home of her brotlier-in-law, Dr. D. A. Taylor, tor some montlis. hits left for Havelock, N. li.. and was accompanied by Dr. Taylor'� two children, Elizabeth and Robert. * *  The Epworth Leagu Mr. ,H.- Cragg, who has recently returned from the Old Country, will give an address on England. Guests are asked to come at 3.45. 4> � * The members of the Mathesis Club ! will be At Home to their husbands in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium on Friday evening, April 29th. Mr. Ottewell will give an Uustrated lecture. A very interesting evening is anticipated. Ma-theslalans are asked to reserve this date., ' * �  Mrs; i^. F. Simpson, of the Women's Civic club, and Mrs. G. W. Robinson, of the I. O. D. E., met the executive of the Arbor Day committee on Saturday afternoon and went over the grounds ' at Henderson Park, giving the men \ their advice concerning the places in ; which to plant trees, etc. According '; to the men the advice given by the ' ladies will be very valuable to them ! in making the arrangements for Fri- ; day. The ladies are reminded that i they are expected to bring the lunches for the men and that big lunches will be required as there are sure to be j some extra large appetites among their ; own family besides the men without i a family to cater for their needs. The following, letter has been re ceived by Mrs. A. B. Stafford, former ] secretary of the I. O. D. E.. from Major Alvin Ripley of the 20th Battery, and was written in Belgium on March 18. Until this letter was received it was ! feared that the i Christmas shipment ' had been burnt in a Are that destroyed several cars of Chriatrans mail and , parcels; happily such wa.s not the case ; "The Christmas parcels sent to the members of the 20th Battery have at last reached us here, and I am having \ them distributed among the N. C. O.'s and men. The whole lot were repacked by the Field Comforts association | In England, and shipped to me in ' bales, and I must say they arrived in | very good condition. I wish to thank | you and the members of your association very much indeed for your kind action, and tor the interest you have shown in tlie Lethbridge men in the field. Everything will be very useful and greatly appreciated Indeed." � *  The Knights of Pythias hall was the scene last night of a very enjoyable social event, the occasion being i the dance given In aid of the Nursing Mission. The hall was perhaps a little crowded at first, but no one seemed to mind as the muelo was splendid and everyone in a holiday spirit en-1 joying the first dance einoe Lent. The j orchestra, which was composed of members of the American Federation of Musicians, donated their servicos and their music was much enjoyed, the musicians being Mrs. Cull, Miss McPhae, Messrs, Gaskoll, Baer, Van Heck, Coats, Smith, Chappell, Needs, r'aSSfs, Scott and Grist. Supper was well arranged ond served so that the larga^ crowd was accommodated without 'dlftloulty, refreshments being served downstairs for two hours, dancing being continued all the wlillo. Many' visitors in town were in attendance, especially a number of soldiers home on Easter leave. Among the visitors iwere Mr, aiid Mrs. J. Harris of Calgary; Messrs. (RosenroU of Wetas-klwih; J. L. Hynoman of Calgary; Ptes.W. Henderson and G. Devine of Calgtiry, and Pte, Querrio of Modl-olno Hat, Mrs. G, W. Robinson, president 'ot the board, was wearing a very bocomlng gown ot Belgian blue satin^i veiled with black lace. Miss Tlllejr, superintendent ot tho Mission, looked very weir in maize satin trimmed with gold' embroidered lace and French blue velvet. Other members of the board present were, Mrs. R. E. Skoith, In black satin and luce; Mrs. "M. S.' McArthur, In shell pink satin with Violet velvet trimming; Mrs. R, T. Brymner, wearing cream satin and Jewelled net; Mrs. B. A. Sharman, in cream, shadow lace over yellow; Mrs. StaoQJr, black embroidered voile over orean) brocade; Miss Adeline Henderson, black nlnon over white satin; Mrs. fe, J. Sehl,, blapk nlnon over satin with gold satin bodice. ^ WILCOX-WALLACE , Key) G. H. Cobbledick united In marriage on Friday, tho Zlst, Mrs. ArviUa Wallace of Denver, Col,, and Mr. John Kerr WUcox of Ottawa. The wedding, whlc\i; ^yras very quiet, took place at Wesley Pfti'aojjag^i, Tine h^ppy couplo lett tor Ottawa where tU�|r will re-Bide. SPECIAL SHOPPING INDUCEMENTS FOR WEDNESDAY Ladies' llaiidsoine Silk Dressi^s In a beautiful variety of Kliades and colors. Including ro.se, nnvy, Copeiihugeii, black, Ivory and white. Thcso are spoclally A A A priced for Wednesday at ........ �plU�Uvl Ladies' Crciie Kiinoiias Daintily trimmed and iiiude In pale blues, pinks, Alice blue, nmuvn and rose. I'ricos (Jjyi nn from ...................... $1.50 to �l�fs:.UU Allover Aprons In fine riuallty gingham.s and prints, ail p sizes, very special, each ........ 40c &. I Di Window Shades In dark green color, mounted on strong spring rollers, with brackets and nails complete CA _ size 30 X 72 inches, .special each........DUG Brass Extension l?ods With neat brass ball end trimmings and brackets, extending to ui Inches, very special O C � 2 for ................................. tdOC Enanielware Oddments to he cleared at exceptional low prices Including enamel palls, 69c; enamel teapots, 49c, 55c & 65c each; saucepans, 28c, 35c & 45c each; double boilers, ,59c & 75c each; kettles, largo size, 90c; pudding dishes, 15c, 19c & 25c. Men's Tan ('al� IJntton T.oots Smart and dressy, all sizes to select from, reg. $5.00, special per pair .. $3.50 Ladies' Boots in biuciior and button styles, all sizes, (J>o qq reg. to $6.00, very special .......... ^UtUU Men's Dress Shirts In neat pin stripes, soft cuffs, all sizes A A special, each ....................... �I)1�UU Men's Snits N'ealiy tailored with pin stripe designs, a useful suit for hard wear, ail sizes, reg. (>q ftC $15.00 value for ................... �p"��f3 Grocery Specials SUGAR, Pure fine granulated- 10 lb. sack .. 96c 20 lb.' sack ............................... $1.85 ORANGES, special, per doz.................22c ORANGES, very large, per doz............. 45c STRAWBERRIES, special per basket...... 20c FLOUR, Finest Household, 10 lb........... 39c DOG BISCUITS, with fish or meat, per box .. 33o FLOUR, Royal Household or Five Roses- 49 lb. sack............................... $1.85 98 lb. sack...............................$3.60 TEA', H. B. Co.'s Household Blend, a fine family tea, 3 lbs. for............................91.00 COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s special bleiy'd, per lb. .. 40c ARBOR DAY, FRIDAY, APR. 28th have been secured from a local tree grower by THE HUDSON'S BAY CO., and will be GIVEN AWAY TOMORROW & THURS. THE COTTONWOOD TREE is one oi the best Tarie-ties that can be grown in Soutliern Alborta. They arc sturdy and full ol' foliage, which make.s them an ideal sliade tree. Every garden should have a few of these trees to beautify and pleasantly shade them from the rays of the extremely bright sunshine which Lethbridge is so noted for. Average height of these tre(-s are from 5 to 6 feet. N^ote-We cannot deliver trees, Ap trees must be taken away Iby ciistomers. This is an opportune time to secure a few of these famous Cottonwood Trees Free! READ CAREFULLY OUR TERMS OF DISTRIBUTION ONE TREE WILL BE GIVEN WIl H IlYERY DOLLAR PURCHASE ON WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY NEXT. A LIMIT OF FIYE TREES TO ONE CUSTOMER IS STIPULATED, OWING TO THE LIMITED QUANTITY AT OUR DISPOSAL. THE HUDSON'S BAY Ga ;