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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 191S THE J, K T H n G E DAILY HERALD n CLARKE CO. The Store Phone 453 Acadia Block AFTERMATH OF THE BIG SALE Scores of IleniiiantH of Dress (joods and Silks, Staples and Wash Goods, Cottons, Art Sa- teens, Curtain Muslims, Prints, (jinghams, Crepes, Sheetings, Towellings, etc. Selling Tomorrow at Half Price ALL ARRANGED IN ONE ilO LOT FOR QUICK AND EASY CHOOSING TOMORROW; TttE NUMBER OF YARDS MARKED PLAINLY, AS WELL AS THE REOULAfl CHOICE IS YOURS AT EXACTLY HALF THAT AMOUNT. We'll Continue the Ready-to-Wear Sale Every Day This Week At the same time featuring; many special lines of fresh jiew merchan- dise that you have not seen before. SUIT Worth up to 317.80 SUIT. Worth up to SUIT Worth up to .COAT Worth up to COAT up to S15.00 DRESS Worth up lo J22.60 TWO DAUGHTERS BEREAVED IN A WEEK The Separate school board city is anxious to get an from the eiby council un 191fi taxes to aid in conducting affairs till taxes ff are collected. Thc mcnibBLK appeared before the city council with their re- quest, but wore told that- it was im- possible for the city to do anything for them. The hoard said that the city given the public school board hut the mayor pointed out that thai was to covoi in iflM. so that the public school board, could, start with a clean J sheet .for 1015. AR a niattsi; of'fact Wie public school board had arranged direct with the bank fur a line ol credit for this year. The mayor point- ed out that since the separate school llJard hail no overdraft for 19H, thcy wero m the same position now as the public BChool board, and could RO ,lo Ihe hank for a Jine of credit. This was authorized by tlie schools act. LleuL Guy Drunimond of Montreal, who lost hla life in Lhft CannUJans1 great struggle with Che Germans at Ypres, 13 a of A. D. LJraltli- waite, Montreal manager ol the Bank of Montreal. ,Thlu is the second aon-ln-la'iy Mr. Brultli- waitc has last within a week. Cflpt. Trumbull Warren of To- routo, who WRS reported killed R few dnys ago, being married to another daughter. Mrs. Bralthwalte la a daughter of the Jflte WJIUnm Hendrie of Hamilton, and a slatei1 of the Lieutenants-Governor of On- tario. Tliore arc still places for 15 more1 ftirltf bo t wren 10 JtniJ M yearn of age, in tho "V" class bi'infc conducted un- uYr'lhn auspices of I lie Women's Civic Club. C. Lallcrtv, lath C. M. II..; 'JncJjet Creek, spent Sunday in the' city with his pareats, and Mrs. i'. ItoV. and Mrs. Hryaii, Her. ML. j jaiid Mrs. [jcmmn, Mis. McICillop, Mrs. fm-Ulure, MrB. Stewart -rind .Mrs. HOKS, will he in Hod D-jer this week aLU'iiiliug Hie mcclijjx.f of the Allierta Presbyterian Synod. Mrs. William Cle.iry entertained s. i number of tiie little tuts in liunor of liei' daughter, Aileen'a birthday. In the altcrnoon the little onos attended the Majestic, and were chaperoned by Dorothy Alexnndcr and Alberta Au- tlftli. Dainty rcircKlnnciits were served after the theatre, anil the remainder of the time was spent in games, etc. Those prsseu t wrrr, M arga ret J ai> Margaret SUflnid. Margaret As- pjffj, DorotJiy WiJleit.s-, Fanny Kee-l, Huth Schleifer, Lyile Audet and KeU Audet. Mrs. I. oi Los Angeles, U'Jio has spent thp, jiasL lew days with her niccfi, Mrs. A. yimpson, sister, Jjllcv, was the or guiBt of' a smart malinec euchre, which claimed .Mrs. Boulton ititl Mrs, W. P. Hoy ;u; hostesses on Saturday afternoon at thc home of Alls. Boulton. Seven in play and the prizes, which were the handiwork of the were won be Mesdamcs Fowler, Fleet wood, Mall mil Harvey. At I he cloiie of the game, while a dainly lunch was being served, a vocal solo by Mrs. Saund- cra and instrumental numbers by Mrs. were much enjoyed, liter' which the guests had Lhc opportunity j of bidding farewell to MLS. Ward, who leit for her home on Sunday i tnui'niflg. As in Past Years the Hudson's Bay Com- pany are Planning to Assist Arbor Day Planters. ___________ 2000 Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees to be Given Away Free FREE! How to Obtain These Trees Free With every purchase amounting to in this store, in any de- partment, we will give FREE, one of these Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees. In order thai; many of our customers may participate in this generous offer, we are limiting the supply ol: any one customer to three trees. You Can Buy These Trees if You So Last year many people expressed a desire to buy the trees having to make ft purchase. For the oonyenience of any who so de- sire, we are placing on sale a limited number ol' these trees, at a price based as low as we can possibly make pAch; 3 for Wesley Church Ladk-s' Aid is post- 1 poning its annual business meeting, Taking his'text from the nth verse -until thc Wednesday in May. ft. of chapTer '2 of 1st Heter, (li i the Rev. A. H. DL-- I noon preached a powerful sermon last -The gallery in Wesley Hail will be LEhervert. tor thc members of the 1.0. D-d. and their friends, who wish to tea. NEW OFFENSIVE ALL lo the local Oddfellows and Rebckahs Over one hundred members i of the orders were present, and with be prRSCIlt (iurmg lhc fj. the remainder ol tlie congregation, the seating capacity was taxed to The members oi tlic L. 0. B. A. the limit. Opening his sermon, the will meet at the home of Mrs. Neve, pastor referred to tlie words ot the. JH2 7th strw-t south, "Tuesday even- test, as those thai Peter spoke lo i at 8 o'clock, thc Jews who were ostracized from! their churches on taking (he belief in The Hon. A. L. Siftun, Mrs. Siftoti Christ, and that fellowship was giv- and Mrs. Dennis left Edmonton en to thc Christians in place of that Thursday on a short trip to New which was obtained in the York. En routs they will-spend a day In thc former part of his sermon, or two in Winnipeg; and at Ottawa Rev. air. Dcnoon gavo .a brief liis- they will make a flying visit to Sir rt.M tory of the Iitfc-pcndent Order ot Odd- Clifiord and "Lady Siiton. Passing director fellows, how it wcs iornicd and how through Montreal they will say au it flourished and grew until -today, revoir to Miss iiabbitt before her de- showing that iis membership now parture for thc front. They exoect to reached over wJlli lodges .return in about three weeks' time. {gary JatcSaturi STRIKE REPORTED IN UNITED WELL NEAR FOREMOST understood that a strike of balers. HTJ Had no sooner reached Cal- filtered through, General eayi: "Judging by the mtpjlflcent rft- parti received all quirten, ada evary reason to be pro.iid o-t bar iplondl-d aoni. They to done their duty agmlail odda. Wblle rajolclnc at tbe yfctorr, I penonally mourn In tbe IOH of the gallant boyi. Many of them havo my frfeads from their of them auoclated In rifle aliooting and In drill. Miny of tha younger hoys I regard my puplla ID military work, aud-setae of them I taught puplli in Toronto school life. We are proud of them all. 'Bitter and Ionic though the i crude oil has hee'n made in the gary than he was called back woll of the United company, which In future lie will-leave his car at j is drilling near Foremost in the Lethbridge in order to be able to 0- G- Devenish, mate the trip south from any IwJll be, one thing must be accotn- of the company, time..t Ho to1 ipend much of pllahed: In addition now to the B passed through Lcthbridge yesterday hie time between here and Foremost .of fighting for liberty. Canada? morning, by automobile, answering a in the future. li came to him at Cal- SEGUH ilOVES OUTFIT SOUTH London, April nov German in nearly every corner of tiic world. offensive In BoiBlum, styled by aoma he is beinS pushed on sometliing which the baiik refused to give them. TLe bank manager had Ql1 tllc power of tho army Germany la told thorn that the city, since it reputed to have assembled alon- tbe paid the public scltuol board front. The official announcement ol hack taxcrt, thc city should also Berlin today reports impressive pay tlie separate school board a like victories, a 1 though no admissions are proportion oi the back luxes due made at Paris or London. The Ger- them. Thc mayor sajd ihis was im- man statement characterizes as im- possible, liowcvcr, as the separate true the Belgian statement cE yester- RChool hoard had no overdraft at the that 'Lizernc had ueen'recaptured, bank, and was in excellent financial Berlin nun ounces the -re-capture of condition. It would be adopting a Hartmannsweilerkof, ..w u 1 c h the dangerous precedent for the city to French took recently after soveraf The orttar was fusl thought of in thc middle of the 18th century, an-i it de- vclopetl Irom l-lic working man's Ac-. for friendship with his fellow- night. Mr. Deven-1 As announced in the Herald over a stopped here for luncheon, going week ago, Ira Segur is moving .put- on through to Foremost nt once. fits south to his oil holdings in the in Toronto Glohe, Thursday, April 22. .411 t-ae director -would say about Sweetgress country. It was also de- St. James' yesterday the marri- the well was that prospects were cided by the IIUILUII .luitiiniii-iju ut tiJifSUIiemt. mill lie au Y J3CH tiiuac man. In the primitive sluges of tho Alexandra, second daughter of Mrs. held slock to keep it! He did J. H. Morrison, and son order rues-tings were held in diflercnt places, EOILIC were held in M D soll o[ the ,ate Dr George i; saloons, public houses oc other such Kenneciv of Maclcod, AHa. Rev Ohas. places, such as circurastaiices would Darling'of SI. .Man- .Magdalene's and allord. 1 lie first lodse was tormed in Canon phimplrc K.iglaml, ill 1S13, and', orticiatcd age quietlj- solemnized of Naomi excellent, and he advised those who pany at. a meeting held" .gliler Or Mrs. hdd slock to keep He did not Saturday, to mq_ve Alan_Kennedy, know whether a strike of oil was to the Segur holdings in the wailing him at the well or not. as they have every confidence Mr. Dcvenish had just returned on field. Friday Irom a visit to the well. Other companies now drilling in the rector ol St. bunging with him the news that the Swcetgrass field -south ol Lef anil the service jras (loiv had increased from two mil-, are the Grand' Trunk Pacific, the blood of her belt tajt la The Minister expreeied the fol- Juat After lowing cablegram from Col son at Montreal, psnooaj ripn- In Englind, 'whtcB rMdi follows: "Our division ItnK with glory. End nobly upH.ld Cui4a'> ilv1 name anl1 tvne." ID juncnMier, i.nBianii, in ;ioi.i, Jair.M', oBiciatcd, anil the service fras (loiv had increased from two mil-. are the Grand' Trunk Pacific, the from lliia lodrc the American branch- was [nil choral, with Dr. Ham at the lion to ten million ieot per day, and Stokes-Stcpheus, which bas justlUld- Ci, oi tlie 1 O. 0 .were chartered. -msm. The bride was given away by iliat there were oil showings in the dad in a well, -and' the Beaver." Oil Co. Thc first loili-e formed in: America hcr cous.n JU. Manllingi anrt was at Boston ill 1819 36 years ago woreT'w'acef'ui goTn oTlvnryg'crepe tnday, and the lodgp (oraed_ in, lollg train with assume liabilities of tbe school boards weelia of NgUtins. On the heights Of, was at Montreal m 18J3. The seed -pearls, and" a Zouave jacket, ol for tha current year. He said the i the .Meuse, a severe-battle bos begun. "CDCkaJls were furnie( in And Carrickmacross lace enriching the banks sliouM lie quite willing to give ID the enat there was 110 clmnse res- so UK order grew and nourisliod., md uorticc, and a touch of wiiite heather a line of credit to ;m institution as terday, so far as the German state- today ImtlK it most powerlul or- mjngjcd the orange qlossoms sound as thc separate school hoard ,meiH revealed. ,ganization ior the linnguig oi men caugbt lira tulle yeil into a cap. appeared to be. Thc public school I__________________ (lnto lellowship with each other. Mjss Ciencvicve Morrison, the brides- board had hMn able to get it. .--0.. ui..E. rininmA-rc Tlic .order is founded on two prin- maid, was in pastel green chiffon, and At tlic council meeting this morn LiBtKALS LAnuiuftit cipaiS] thc Fatherhood of God, and wore a black picture'hat, and Mr. ing, thc matter nf the sale of city i Winnipeg, Iran., April E. Ail- tl.c brotherhood oi man. Friendship, Hume Rlal.e, Jim., was groomsman, treasury notes of J'JIi.OOO to Carroth- 'nmBon, f. .voung llwyer, line ]0vc anil truth arc its mottoes.' Tlic The bride's nmllier was gowned treasury notes 01 era Co., was referred to the city solicitor for consummation. Jt was decided also that it would be nerftSHary to levy a special hospi- tal tax year after thc assess- had been fixed, to coyer the de- ficit of thc Gall hospital." been ai the Liberal candld.le snd-ooml with toichK o for the JJouse orCominons against G. j perfect in the three mottoes, faith, bfark lolvet-an osprey trimming her "raduuj H. Bradbury, In Selkirk. ji-'-L- -i COMMENTS OF THE CANADIAN PAPERS Montreal Stir a million oi Iw toldlen' Him 'would Montreal April 28. _ Under D.ure tee openini ol a way. to Pay and Our Hoys Grammy wouWjMdllj 'make the love and truth, and that without black bat. Among thc guests the Star says cduorially HIIT. Him, Oddfellows would fail to grasp were- 31r. and Mrs. F. B. Ward "Canada saved.the day. That is the of deneriation aa.mating, to .huee oE their ,Nicnla. D. S.. the latter thc bride's not of "UI but ot force of enemy that the Caaidisn. meaning vers, hut ot [orce have been ng J. E. Thompson is nominee, for the n. C. Grand Forks riding. Aid. jVeil Coopsr of London. the most siicrcu Ui i u. .j., out IO.L-UCL mu utiuc s is dead. lodro. [sister, and the wedding party was ihe JiHitary experts_of the mother Dr. Jas. Spencc, a well known Tor- Thc choir Dutifully the ot the immediate families to a'r'msTnf mJiliL that ur. ana Mrs. Ken-. ,__ _____ i onto medical man, is dead. Liberal The lato, F, Augusle Ilcinze, end out Thy and >n.1 close friends. the Mus. Laylon rendered a solo, "Thy well known mining ,'ciii an es- Day is with a violin obli- Itats valued at gato. at the close ol last summRr, have ing. their bravery' and our troops prc'v- AFTERMATH OF THE BATTLE OF NETJVE CHAPELLE The British losses in the battle of Neuve GImpeHe, ,oao of tliojieavfett figiHa o' the war, shown jmne of the British wounded urrlvlcg in Enjldnd e'ne of (he soulii COOBI aw U) the hOBnltala. Here transpprlBlion W tta foe." ..i ..-1, t- _i. m__ j.. _ and hflroicallv hat, but wilt be back in Toronto "hi- veterans, and heroically fore go on to their future home brunt ol a. German in Maolcod attempt to break the Allied line. "They did more than atand and bear the brunt. They retired when strategic reasons demanded it tired without loainK their re- and charged again in tbe teeth of an flitablished foe over coun- try without cover, and recaptured the Canadian, gune which their rapid man SAGE TEA KEEPS Y-OTIK HAIR DARK It'i Grandmother's to bring back color, thickness and lustre Everybody Is uilng It again. Gray hair, however handsome, de- notes advancing age. We all knon- tlie advantages o[ a youthful appear- ance. Your hair la your charm. It mafces or mars the face. When It fades, turns gray and looks dry, wispy and ocragKly. Just A tew applications of Sage Tea and Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundredfold. Don't stay gray! Look youns Either prepare the tonic at home or get tram, any drug store A bot- .lc of "Wyetli'a Sage and Sulphur Compound." thousands of folks re- commend this rcady-to-use prepara- tion, because it darkens the hair beau- tifully and removes dandruff, stops acalp itching and falling hair; besides, no one can possibly teil, as (C darkens BO naturally and evenly. You moisten a sponge or soft brush with II, draw- ng this through the hair, taking- one small strand fit a time. By morning he gray htilr disappears; after an> other application or two, its -natural color is restored QDd It becomes thick, glossy and lustrous, and you appear younger. Sold by J, D, I-llgln- lotliam Co., Ltd., vU oeuvring had leit behind. The oldest in the service could not have done better. heart in the broad Domin- ion is proud of them today. They bore with them to Europe the honor of Canada and stoutly have they de- fended it. But at what a cost. Proud as pur hearts are, they me aick and sore 'today as we read the terrible caiualty Jiita." Toronto Alar The Toronto Star Myi Today Canada has serious thinking to do. A. further appalling Jilt ol caiualtiw, out our men at tto front must supported by tiiore and icore man, more and more munitions and ma- chinery, 10 that wilt not rtit up- on our consciences that one man of ours lulls1 from ttft lack .of another Lo tend him support tbal would hav? saved him. That IB what thc country ias to consider. We have to (o on with this war, help win it, support and reinforce, and carry the incn we'have Mill and Empire Tlif Mail.tRd'Kfflpire aays editori- ally: "I[ the throwinK away ol hall for UM in GENERAL MEAKft Ottawa. Ont., of the details of the battle -which Aprtl ____ moraine about eight o'clock dence of John Balm to, iltnaUd of town caught flra, aM uv tally dsitrcjed. Mr. Bulmaa wU not at home, and Hn. Rulman aid her children lost prmctically dl with the eiceptlon of of (pr on the lower floor. Tfce ffro atarted on thv upper floor and illman'i ion flrtt to parently IB oven In a bedroom. 87 the tfJBf UM alarm It WM to do sjiytblon, thomh the itreauons efforts to what they could. Much li Mt for Mr. and Mrm. Dulauti IB tbatrMrl- WHAT EXPLAINS ITS ENORMOUS POPULARITY li ajwmye the MUIW perfect tea. qiuJHy never chBOffM. U0ershnow it is Uw Qest Tea. Ask for it by name for wrth K Mirt NftMn, LltfriM. ;