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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGii: SI?: THE LHTMBRUKil-: DAILY HERALD WEDNES!)AY, APRIL 20, CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES* STORE Phone 4S3 Acadia BIk. SPECIAL NOTICE-Store Closed Friday, Arbor Day. Open Thursday Night until 10 o'clock Thursday and Saturday Are -to-Wear Days Special pricing of some of the Choicest Lines of Newest Suits, Coats and Dresses will make doubly interesting this most attractive display of Ready-to-Wear Garments shown in Southern Alberta � // THIS srOHi: WILL CLOSi: VLL day FKII)ay to assist as I AK as rOSSIHLE THE ^VOKK at ITIE pakk, (on-SKQl EXTLY WE ILVYE TIIUEE DAYS* lU'SINESS TO DO IN TWO. AXD PHICES LIKE THESE SHOULD MAKE SI KE OF THE HESl LT. Our Finest Range of Suits Underpriced for Thursday and Saturday \\ (' have still a sphMidid selection of styles in a coiiiplete rauj�e of sizes, and tlie fact that o I'Uers were placed for these suits very early at close to old prices and the styles chosen later. >vhen the correct ideas were known, niukes them better than nsnal vahies. even if we were asUini* the resjnlar price. Very Scarce Goods Shown in Good Variety at Special Prices COLORED RAW SILK. iiKvy. black, iiiil r.)i.i'. K;iS sian uroeii. prt-y. etc.. o4 incheE wUI.^'. qq Special HABUT.*! SILK, wliUe and blacK. iiicht-s wiile. Splenilid lo wat^li ami wear. qq Special valuf LiNEN FINISH SHEETING, superior iiuallty. tolt anil free from liressius. very stroiiK aud CCp dui-ablf. !i aiul in M�iuter at 50c. 60c & LINEN TOWELLING, a .specially r'J^chaaed lot worth a iliiril mori'. splendid wolpht. 1� to -j C IS inches wide. Twonlay t^peclal .......... " DRESS VOILES, new.nu in \\w .-iIikvi- sale lots art' all new iliis st-a.^on.' made in the v(>rv pcrlV-ci ill rii and sliapc-krcijinu- aliililies. and shown in sizes Ki to 44. A deposit secures your choice till you are ready ^\e make alterations free and guarantee the fit. Worth up lo $37,50, a particularly attractive lot of best grade garments in n a v y, black and green serges, and black & white checks. $37.50 Worth up lo $50,00, all the choicest silk and silk and cloth combination suits are included in this lot--no reserve. lies! ]i(issil>ro way, Specially Priced Coats in a Most Complete and Attractive Range $11.50 to S25.00 COATS sellini: at the very low price of new .sports coats and a range of three-quarter and tull length coals in navy and tweeds worth up to $25.00 S17.50 NEW STYLE COATS in most attractive sports and the dressiest styles, black, navy, checks and lishi mixtures. $9.75 $14.75 Newest Dresses Specially Priced $14.75 $17.50 $20.00 & $22,50 NEW STYLE COATS, in coverts, black and navy serge.s, checks and novelty mixtures. Very special value. $25.00 & $27.50 COATS in the dressiest Bengaline siUcs. coverts, novelty mixtures and finest .serges and i;al)ordines. $17.50 $22.50 Exceptional Values in Finest Skirts SILK POPLIN DRESSES, worth up to $17.50, splendid new Styles, in colors Copen. liussian. navy and black . TAFFETA SILK DRESSES, a splendid range in navy and black, very neat styles up to 44 ..................... CREPE DE CHINE DRESSES, very latest styles, just to tfjOO CA hand, green. Copenhagen, navy anil black ............. t^t*�t%0" SERGE DRESSES, A oig selection of very lale styles ^"l^ PA na^T. black, ('open and brown, sizes up to 4-t. $10.00 to v  .Oil NEWEST SERGE SKIRTS, full circtilar style, navy and black buttons or braid trimmed, sizes 21'. to waist ti^l A A A band..............'.......................... $5,00 to $1u.UV BLACK AND WHITE CHECK SKIRTS in a lovely range of styles, buttons or leather trimming, sizes Tl lo 3n inches waist tf>'1 A A'A Sale price ..........-........................ $4,50 to �J)1u.uu FINEST TAFFETA SILK SKIRTS,- in the new drape and pannier effects, lovely styles navy and black, 1*1 to :10 inches waist. Sale price............................ $10.00 to $17.50 Supply Every-day Needs From Large Selections at Attractive Prices LADIES' UNION SUITS, in ribbed lisle, porous knit and balbriggan, wide and tight knee, spo- q|\ (dal values at ........... 50o, 60c, 75c & �/uc LADIES' LISLE VESTS in regular and O. S. sizes, short sleeves and sleeveless at ..................... 25c, 35c, 50c &. ouc CHILDREN'S UNION" SUITS, three to twelve year sizes, fine balbriggan make jk p Special ................................ 4dc GOSSARD CORSETS, now made in Canada and one-third less than last year's prices, a model for every type of figure p/\ a' ............... $2.25, $3.00, $4,00 & u OENTS' KID GLOVES, every, pair guaranteed, tan, dogskin and white kid, with black (t>i o [" stitching, all regular sizes in stock .... NEW MIDDY WAISTS, shown in sizes up \^\ 44. made with i)lenty of fulness ir body. $1 9'? some buttoned down front. Special ... ^\*UO What the Press Agents Say At the Orpheuni The ninth instalment of f.rafi will be shown again at the Orpheuni tonight. This (haptor deah; with the insurance swindlers and is even morn sensational than the iireciKiinu liiap-lers. At Starhuul ilargtierite Tlark. (lit fascinating little star of the Fanious Player.'; Film lompany. who since her desertion of the stage has endowed the screen with a number of initnitable characterizations such as Still Waters and The Prince and the Pauper, adds another ECbievement that stirpasses all her previous cfTorts in the role of Peggy, in the famous romantic comedy, .Mice and .Men. a si.K-reel Puramount feature Y.hifli jvill be shown at Starlend tonight and tomorrow. Willi the additional interest (onrriVjted b.v a stirring dramatic conflict, and witli tho beautiftil delineation of life and love as they were known in the south o! a by-gone day. "Mice and Men" is one of the most exquisite Paramount pictures ever produced At the Empre.s.s For tonight and tomorrow the great live-reel sensation. The Man Inside, will be shown. ])an;i Thornton iias a niece. Eleanor. .>hp is friendly with Cynthia Care-.v, the daughter of a senator. After a ball one niglit Cynthia finds her fatii^r dead ill their machine. AVhi'e the ball was in progress we see Cynthia and Lieut. I.,ane. a naval officer. Lane asks her father for her hand and is refused and a (luarrel en-.-^nes. It iaier transpires that before ioing to the ball Carew sent a letter lo the set;retary of state, .saying lie knows a certain American who is selling his country's secrets in Soutli .\merica. The letter goes on to say that the name of the siiy cannot be divuigeil yet. Aut\ immediately following liie writing (if this letter the old man was found dijad'-'-showing that someone thought hira dangerous. Cynthia is prostrated and Kleanor Thornton and her uncle come over-ihc man to take charge of Carew'n affairs anil the girl to comfort her friend. Eleanor has a mysterious maid who is acting the part of the spy. E Mkl GIN ILSH SINGERS I-aiT (WORK OF HOSPITALS COMMISSION GROWS VERY RAPIDLY j Important Meeting Will Be Held in Ottawa on April 29 Ottawa, April 25.^-Announcement is made by the military hospitals' commission that a number of important - i matters will be discussed at a moet- The fame of Welsh choral singing i'"E i" I'e held in Ottawa. April 29th. became world wide, when in 1872 a | These will cover the necessity of plac-mixed choir consisting mainly of i" special institutions those men Welsh village folk, under the leader-i �''o require treatment along particu-ship of Caradog (Griffiths Rhys Jones) ^ lar lines. Arrangements have already won the Crystal Palace company's 555011 challenge trophy and a cash prize of $500. 'I'his fame was enhanced in the following year, when the same choir under the same leader again won been made Cor sending returned sold iers needing artillcial limbs to Toronto. Special fatdlities are being prepared at the convalescent hospital branch which will be opened in the cases. It is announced that in connection ; VETERAN OF WAR FOUND DEAD : Montreal. April 25.- Private .John I Gallon, of the 12th Kattalion, ;'rd bri-i gade, let contingent. C.K.F., one of i tiiH first it) volunteer for seruce, sei-i eral times wound In of assaulting his mother-in-law at iin> bouse today, again referred lo the Flagstone on tlic Sth inst., was allow- ; eonuoring of letters, which he said wiis ed to go on suspended sentence on causing very serious Interruption lo I condition that he be accepted in llie ; business. If ..this was absolutely neces-, I army. He passed his e.xaininatioii this sary, the country would Just have to I afternoon and will be enrolled in A Kulimit to it, he'said, but he thought � company of the 22uth battalion. 'ibat the government siiould say why it ' Tho mayor and citizens of Grand ; was iiocussnry. j r.\)rks. by unanimous vote, asked Col. ; 'fjio pi-imo minister replied tliat coii-lOgllvy, H.O.C.. to allow of Ihe trans- udential comraunlcatiotva had been reefer of tho Grand l''orks liidependeiil : ,.ejved from tho British govornineni I company to the 225Ui battalion. Col.'i,nd this government could not very Ogilvy has granted the request and well refuse lo compl.v with the sug Lieut.-Col. Mackay will bo in Grand |__,-�-�---- Forks this week to consolidate tlie Keep the Family Savings in a Joint Account In the names of two or more members- Husband and Wife, Brother and Sister, on. Father and Son. It is an all-round convenience, as either can deposit or withdraw money, and in case of death the balance goes to the survivor without any formalities, formin? an immediate source of ready money. LETnbKiuUt bftAiNCH G. R, TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH . H, E, SMANDS, Atlng Manager gesilon lo censor Ibe malls passing between Canada and the United States. Hon. .Mr. Casgrain had tried to have it done offaclively and without causing undue troulile. it was a big undertaking and no extra men were employed. At the exchange centers, like Toronto and Montreal, wlioro letters were as.iombled before going to the United States, some 250,000 letters had lo be dealt twili daily. Tho censoring was not done at small post offices throughout the country. Sir Robert added that the inothoda of censorship wore the same lioro as iii Great Britain. company, which will be known as O company, 22oth battalion. The company is now nearly 50 strong, and as Astoria, N, Y, - "For two years I,,.............. .............,..^. er llirough all lands of the superiority was feeling ill and took aU kinds of iu result of Iheuiiitiiig with the "'j^nlli of the Welsh nation as a nation of singers, li would be a difficult tas'k, indeed, to analyze thin fact, but it (.an be realized more easily by attending their concert in the .Majestic theatre on .Monday next. BAPTIST PASTOR OF NEW YORK DROPS 1331 FROM ROLLS New Vork, April 2-!.-Declaring he (would not be pastor of n "paper church" the Rev Dr. Joaopb W. Kemp announced at a meeting of the Cstlvary Baptist church tonight that he bad .�itricken from tlie inemiiersbip roll tonics. I was get- jji will grow rapidly in numbers. ing worse every day. 1 had chills, my head would ache, 1 was Lieut. I>. T. Darling, who has just completed a course of training at Victoria, reported yesterday at battalion as- \ t 1 Luiiu, reportuu yout sum of money for the Iroasury of thai Lydia E. Pinkhanv'a Vegetable Com- s .icken from tne inemoersnip ro. ^^j^ j^^^j^^^-j . j J331 names out ot a total of abou said ' I know nothing will help maW I 2300. He had taken this action, he said v�'ill try this,' I found myself improv- because the members dropped were ing from the very first bottle, and in two I not sufficiently active in tlie church, weeks time I was able to sit down and jaiid did not attend regularly. Ur. eat u hearty breakfast with my hua- Komp asBorted that to keep on the band,which I had notdone for two yaara, -rolls as members persons who^weru I am now in tho best of Itcaltn and not Interested In the church was ecde- did not have the operation." - Mrs. slastlcal hypocrisy. : John A. Koenig, 502 Flushing Avenue, Hr. Kemp recently came fi'om Scot i Astoria, N. Y. land to Cal'^^iry church, one of the oldest and most prominent In the city of the Baptist faith. A, P. ANNUAL New Vork, April 25. - Newspaper publishers and editors from all over the country are here to attend tho annual meetings of Uie Associated Press today and of the �AmBrloan Newspaper Publishers' aaso(;latlon, 1 which beelna tomorrow confarencos 1 lor three days, Every one dreads the surgeon's knifo and the operating table. Sometimes nothing else will do; but many times doctors say they ore necessary when they are not. Letter after letter cornea to the Pinkham Laboratory, telling how operations wore advised and were not Eorformed; or.if performed.did no good, ut Lydia E.Pinkhatp's Vegetable Compound was used and g^od health followed. If yoii -want advice write to Lydia E. Pliikhftm MccUolno Co. j[(oouadeiitiai}, J,ynu, Ma�s. \^ most desen'irig organir.alion. Ur. ,Sa�l Bonncll, of tho oHi Cami-dian base hospital, now stationed at Saloniki, GreQco. is on letivo of absence, visiting his family al St. Sle-voiiB, whore liiey are Hojoi\rulng. Since" leaviiig l''ornie .Mrs. lloniiell has been (luite ill but is slowly recovering. THE HUNS AT W/ORK Washington, April 25.-Twenty-live thousand telegrams protesting against action which might mean-war with Germany'began pouring In on Sonators Sherman and Lewis, of Illinois, lale last night and HtlU wero arriving today. During the day messages ot the same sort began coming in to Senator Cumminii and Senator Konyon, from Iowa, and to Senators La F'ollutto and JIuHtlng, from VVlHcunsin. Senators v/oro arna'/.od at tho oxtout of tho pro-paeanda. UlllllllllliJJJIIII innnniiinhmminii Mothers! Watch your Children's Health 'T^HE sparkling eyes, rosy cheeks and bright vivacity of childhood can only come from per-I'ect health. Mothers! Watch carefully your children's health and train them into regular habits, Thwru is no .safer corrective or preveiilive of chiidron'a ailmenls than- lO' FRUIT SALT Not only a delicious and cooling drink .but A mild natural tonic-uperient. It \\.e.\tiginljy upon the stoinat;h antl clean.irs and purifies the System by natural means. Insist nn "�NO'S"-tho only genuine "FBUIT SALT," , Prepared gnly hy i. C. ENO, LlJ,, "Fruit SalfWorki, LONDON, Eng, Sola Aienti lor North Amiriu HAKOLD F. RITCHIE & CO. LIMITCb . ^ 10 McCAUL STIUET, TORONTO (9) mm. . Bewai'o of Substitutes 71 ;