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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. APRIL 27. 191B THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE You may be deceived Aome day by an imitation oS no JIT An Aii BtU And possibly you will not detect this iniftta^tion until the tea-pot reveaJa it. Demand always the genuine "Sa'_1a"in the sealed aluminum packet, and see that yoti get it, if you want that unique flavour of faresh, clean leaves properly prepared and packed. . 0. D. E. PLAY M [NJOYED; REPEAT Tho matlnoo porformnnco of tho ehtldren'8 nntertnlnmcnt given under tho auBplcGR o( tlie I. O. D. B. wnB held yeslerdny nnd waa mui;h onjoyod by tho large crowd In attendance. Who doog not liko to Boe a young and un-affocted child act? The ontortaln-xnent Is one that would do groat crudlt to much older children as each youngster has been carefully drilled In his or her part and they do not seom to know the horrors of stage fright. The program yesterday consisted entirely of numbers by tho children. The Festival of Flowers waa splendid and tho costumes really beautiful, each child being droBsod to represent a flower; there were three little bumble beea and two butterflies as well. In addl-, tlon to tbh play tljero was a chonis by tho children of Qalbraith school, a recitation by little Marguerite Matthews and a song by Master UoblJlo Armstrong. The rest of tho program will bo ropotCted tonight Irt ad^ltjoi^, to several other Interesting It^inB, including pelecllons by the Klllio band, which Is earning such a splendid reputation for Itself, nnd a sketch by Messrs. Waddlngton, Hlncks and QullbauU which Is sure to please. Homo made candy will be sold by members of the I. O. D. E. during tho Intervals. The credit of tho entertainment Is due to tho work of Mrs. Waddington, Mrs. Brymner, Miss Bawden and several other inembors of tho I. O. D. E. The complete program for tor':.'..t Is as follows: I Band selection, 113th Battalion. I The Rose Fairy--Fairy, Eileen Wad-dlngton. Children, Jean Galbrallh, Jean Brymner, Grace Brymner, Helen V.'rlght, Margaret Ciarko, Gertrude I Hammond, PrisciUa Hammond, Flor-! once Thomas. Anna Ripley, Dorothy j Torrlll, Eleda Levitt, Bobbie Arm-; strong, Campbell Tinning, Jack Skelth Donald Buchanan, Donald Mitchell, , Junior Donnan, Donald Hick. Tableau-"The nower of the Family." Skipping ropo drill. Avis Stacey, Helen Colpman, Mary Hlglnbotham, Edith Baw>den, Myrtle Proctor, Adair Simpson, Ariel Carson, Ethel Jones. Violin Solo-Geoff Waddlngtou. Song-"The Two Grenadiers," Schu-' mann, Mrs. Stella t.umbard Layton. Festival of Flowers-Tlie cast In-oludBs: Billy Bwert, Eileen Wadding-ton, Owndolyn Hanjmond, Henry Don-nan, Kathleen Levitt, Allen Johnson, Dorothy Kennedy, Jim Jackson, Jeai\ Brymner, Jean Galbraith, Dorothy TerrlU, Gertrude Hammond, Cllve Phillips, Jack Blenner-Hassett, Myrtle Rose, Grace Brymner, Gilbert Mur-roll-Wright, Allan Macbeth, Jean Mac-betli, Eric Cranatoun, Gwendolyn Mur-rell-Wright, Ronald Hick, Waldon Mitchell, Donald Buchanan, Jean Mackay, Hugh Smith, Grecs Tinning, Jean Oliver, Winnie Biirritt, Bobbie Armstrong, Jack Skelth, Campbell Tinning, Helen Wright. Selection by band. Scotch dance-John Oliver. Song--Mr. Fleming. Sketch-"That Brute Slmmins," hv Messrs. Waddlngton, Hlncks and Guii-bault. Selection by band. IRISH SITUATION SS London, April 27.-Premier Asnulth told the aiouso tlio Irish situation DtlU presented serious features today and that there wore Indications of tho spread of tho movement to other parts of Ireland, especially In tho west.' The premier announced that Major' Oonornl Sir John Maxwell, who form* ] erly commanded tho British forces in Egypt, was leaving this afternooil for Ireland with plenary pow^-rs to cope with the situation under martial law. Censorship On iLondon, April 27. - Answering a question concerning censorship of Ireland In the House of Cotnraona brt Wednesday, Mr. BlrroU onld it' Kad heon thoi.'ght necessary diirlm; the' I)a.it few day.s that news phoiiirt not-reach neutral countrloa, Bspeclally "Our friends In America" which would bo calculated.to give a false imiirn.Sr slon of the -Importance of (.'vnnte, Important as they were. He added that he hoped the Cfirtsorshlp *ouUi shortly lio taken off. PHONE 1224 Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wallace have rotumdd from their houeyraoon spent in California. > *  * �Mr*. T.'Bowes has returned to her home In Calgary, after vlBltlng her Bister,' Mrs. Livlng:fltoBe. *  Mrs C. V. Jamleson Lift vosterday afternoon on a short visit to Medccln* Hat. R COSTING 90 YEAST Tells of Awarding Contract to U. S. Firms (CoNTiyPKt) FROM FUONT PaGE^ LOSS HEAVY SOPOTAMIA Berlin, April 27, via Sayville, April 27.-^Turkish troops made a success-lui advance on tho Mesopotamia front along the Tigris, the official Turkish announcement of April 22nd Bays. They regained lost advanced positions, the announcement states, and captured 14 machine guns, one major, 20 other officers and 13 soldiers. It is said that in tho rocont fighting the BritiBh have lost more than IMO A telegram from T. A. Russell dated May 21st was read, stating they expected to submit a proposal the following week for making fuses. Col, Carnegie declared' the' message was never received by the shell commission on May 2flth. Ono day after the shell commission closed with the U. S. companies, the Russell company offered to make 1,250,001) fuses at J4.20 each. Col. Carnegie said he waa willing to accept the entire responsibility for accepting this offer. He was not satisfied that tho fuses could bo properly produced in Canada. iMS DAILY New York, April 26.-War now la costing the nations of Europe more than 190,000,000 a day, according to estimates prepared In a booklet to bo Issued by the Mechanics and Metals National bank of thiii city. Of this enormous total the principal burden falls on the entente allies. The bank estimates that the coat per hour to England, France and Russl.i In approximately $2,500,000, while to the Teutonic empires the cost Is In excess of $1,000,000. The total cost of the war. It it is still in progress on August 1 next, will have been $45,000,000,000. Of . thla sum Great Britain's share will have been $11,600,000,000, Germany's a trlilq leas and France's $9,250,000,000. ' �' Two years of the war, the booklet states, win cost six timea more than the full amount expended In the civil war; will reach a sum 40 times more than tho amount of our national debt, and will, be 120 times more than tho cost of tiie Panama canal. N SALE OF >� ^ * > TOO MUCH OPPOSITION ? London, April 27.-A bill,pro- ? viding for tho extension of ? njllitary sarvloe was introduced ? In the House of Commons to- ? day but aroused such opposi- ? tlon the government announced years of the date of authorization. The city therefore proceeded to give nn option on tho bonda at a fairly good flguro to tho A. P. Carrothera Co. of Edmonton. Now, howovor, it is learnod that tho city charter allows tho city four years In which to dispose of t)onds and the mayor hardly knows what to do. Clark and Swabey will ho anked to give a linal ruling on the matter before the city proceeds to dispose of the Issue. RICHLY CUT GLASS The Gift for Spring Weddings We liave opened up a large assortment of new designs. Our prices will interest you. We are pleased to show you these goods without any obligation. Flue brilliant cut berry bowLs, ranging' In price from $4.50, .155.00, .$5.75, .$0.50, $7.00 to........................ $15.00 IJon bon dishes i'roni.........$1.50 (o $7.00 Celery dishes ironi..........$1.00 to $8.00 Water sets complete with six tine cut glasses,............... $14.00.to $25.00 YnHiiH from................ $1,75 to $14.00 WE PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR OPTICAL DEPARTMENT IF YOUR EYES BOTHER YOU CONSULT US. WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION, HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED PATIENTS. Armstrong & Raworth JEWELLERS & OPTICIANS, (MAIL YOUR WATCH REPAIRS TO US). 0. C, OF NEW Oil Tho new M.Tclord reglnioiit, tho 191st. Ik to recruit over n'l Ail)::rta. Tho commanding officer Is Lieut.-Col. Bryan. Ho was born In DevcnRliIre, Rng'., In 18G7. He joined tho Roynl Devon Yeomanry and waa In the ranks of that .unit when ho left for Canada In 18Sfi. In 1S87 he joined the R.N. ^ W.M.P. with whom he Ber\'ed for 20 : years, retiring with tho rank of sergt.-; major. In 1908 he was appointed clork of the District Court at Mac-� leod which position he still holds. Ho ' has been for eight years a member of the Macleod town oouncil and has also ' served on the school and hospital boards. Ho was also secrotary of tho Macleod Fair society from 1913-15. Since lfl08 ho has been a major In the 2.Srd Alberta Rangers, so that his military experience admirably otiuips hini to command tho now battalion. Owing to hiB connection with the mounted police it is expected that veterans of that servico will flock to the colors of the 191st as will also ! those who have served under him in the 23rd. Lieut.-Col. Bryan has a son now In tho trenches with xhe 31st Battalion, and his elder son, M, S. Bryan is ; Supremo Court stenographer at Calgary. Tlie'latter was at one time IioUoe court stenographer here. -5-- LITTLE DOING AT REGINA Regina, April 26.-Today's proceedings bofore the royal commissions were almost entirely devoid of feature. The Haultaln and Wotmore com-mlBsIohs were both sitting, the former rooQlving expert ovidence as to the tim� necessary to got tenders on the asylum building at Battloford, and tba latter taking formal evidence ragard-Ing tho fraudulent road work contracts. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Harbcke former-Ijr.residents of this.clty, and now living In Montana, are visiting .Mr. and Mrs. deo. M. Harris. * �  Mrs. J. "R. Cunilffe and children have' returned from visiting I^leut. Cunilffe, in Lethbridge.-Calgary Al-berlan. * � Mrs., \V. J. Nelson and little son arrived home yesterday from Brant-ford, 6nt., where they spent the winter. i: m The ladles of the .Mnplc l^af Chaiv ter O. K. S., are reminded of the sewing at the Red Cross Rooms tomorrow. * � � Dominion Rebekah Lodge, No. 41, meet tonight in the I. O. O. F. hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Hebekahs are cordially, invited to attend. * * * Mother Ftustlne and .\totlier Mary Fdith, Lethbridge, both former teachers at the P.C.J, convent Tenth street are in town attending the teachers' convention.-Edmonton Bulletin. .   * Tlie regular monthly meeting of the women's branch of the Red Cross will b hel'l tomorrow at 3 p.m., sharp in the Red Cross rooms, postofflce block. |.,t; tharo are several important mat-i to-s to bo decided a large attendance is reiiuested. � * � Tlie''members of the Mathesis club will be at home to their husbands in tho auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. to-morro\y evening at 8.15. The subject will W/'One Th6,UBand Miles up the Mis:" : It Is. hoped'that a large number o-f-members aud their guests will be proso'nt to hear Mr. Ottewell, whose reputation as a public speaker Is well known in this city, * * * The-annuial m^sUng of Wesley Mission Circle was hpld last night at the home, of Mrs. Rf-E;Skelth. The elec-ticu of officers -for the coming year resulted as follow^; honorary-presld ent.Mra. R. E. Ske|th; president "Vera Redmond, vlce-prefeident Bessie Beaton; secretary �Vera'',Dradwin, treasur-or, Ethel Kaake.' :. * �*> Mr. Arthur RoaenroU returned to his home In Wetasklwtn yesterday af- . ter spending EastOn with Mr. and Mrs. i J. E. Hodgson. : Mr. Rosenroll, aJ-' though discharged from the army aa medically unfit after seeing action in Flanders and being severely wounded, is how trying to re-enlist in some department of the mllltla, where clerical work,is required. *   The district convention of tlie W. C. T. ;U. will be held In Lethbridge on Msy 2nd, 3rd and 4th. The meetings will be held in the Christian churdv; Third avenue. May 3rd will perhaps be the most important day of the convention as meetings will be ticld all day and a public mooting in tho evening. The provincial president Mis. McKlnney of Glaresholm, will be I resent and the oflicers of the district which include vice-president Mrs. H, H. Sands, of Medicine Hat, con-es-' ondine secretary, AIlss M. Carson, of Wh'tla; recording aooret.arj', Mrs. M. T'ill of Macleod, and treaB,urer Mrs. McWir.lHnis, of Bow Island. * � * At the W.M.S. convention in Med-Iriio t'at. the oflicers have been nani-od r,8 follows: Hononary president, J!r;-. iVcKi lop, Lethbridge; president, ;^Irs. iMcQvopn, Lethbridge; 1st vico-; piesidenl Mrs. A. MacWilllams, Cal-l.r:ary;.2nd vice-president Mrs. McCl.ure jj/eibbi-ldge; 3rd vice-president Mrs. .T. W. Morrow, Medicine Hat; Homehelp-! (jrs^ focrotary, Mrs. Keith, Red Deer; ror-.rdUi!; secretary, Mrs. Currle, Edmonton; r'orrespondlng secretary, Mrs. ! .laffrc'y, Edmonton; assistant corres-I ponding seoretary, Mrs. McTag^avt, Ca' orv; literature secretary, Mrs. Mo-Ba", Laniont; supply secretary, Mrs. if^rrqn;. vre'-a secretary, Mrs. Wll-; Ijamscn-.Wedic'ne Hat; str.in,i;ers' pec-Bv'tury" Mrs. White; mlFslon hs.^C see-r^ptary,, Mrs. Duncan, Edmonon. 'lie ffflc', of inessengor secretary was not I � " � \ ^Tho Mnthesis club held Its regular rpbnthly meeting In the Y,M,C.A. yes- tcrday afternoon with a good atton-j dance. The history and current events ! dnparlhie'nt, who have been studying the l\lstory of Fmgland tho past year, were fortunate in securing Mr. H. H. Qra^c for the afternoon, j Tho speaker deiMvered. a masterly ad ifreMs showing deep tUo.ught, a thor-oliVh "knbwledgo of English history, iind the principles and underlying facts which made history. It was necessary to understand the spirit which dora-IjfiBtes the great middle class, in order to 4if>'preclato the history of a country. The spirit of England was essentially ethical In every rospoct. The great moral asset of the people was justice and a sense of fair play, showing itsolf at the time King ,Tohn was fprded to sign the Magna Charta and in oviary phase of tlie country's his-tpry, up till tha present day when EXTRA SPECIALS FX)R TONIGHT ON SALE FROM 7.30 to 10 p.m. Ladies' Boots 20. Only pairs in blucher and button stylos, patent kid and gunmetal, all sizes, (f�o qj; regular $5.50 for ................... >J)Li*iJD For Arbor Day Candy Specials Almond and Walnut top cream filled chocolates, tonight only, fresh new goods on sale 0(J_ at 7.30, at per lb...................... OVC Ladies Silk Boot Hose In black and white colors, sizes 8% to 10, speclBl tonight per pair ............... 25c Brass Extension Rods With brackets and polished brass ends, extending to 54 inches, regular 20c, special tonight f f\ each ............................. lUC Ladies' muic Sillc WaSst.s Beautifully made in all sizes. These are splendid value at $3,00 and $3.60. Tonight ^"t qq special ...........,.............. e Hair Kibbons 4V4 Inches wide In all silk taffeta, per -l f yard while It lasts tonight......... IDC Men's Shirts Coat style In neat pin stripes and stlft cuffs, sizes 14 to 10%, regular �1.25, tonight cq_ each................................. u*fC Peerless Soda Crackers, per prangep, per dozen 20c COTTONWOOD TREES GIVEN AWAY Have yon secured your trees for Arbor Day. We have only a small quantity left to dispose of. One tree given with every dollar purchase-a limit of five trees to one customer. We,ctyinot deliver trees. All trees miist-T)e taken away hy customers. STORE CLOSED ALL DAY ON FRIDAY (ARBOR DAY) THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Englishmen, because It would be un-British, retase to retaliate for the loss of lite sustained through Gorman air raids In EIngland. The speaker closed with the hope that out of this terrible war would come a more compact empire, stretching- around the world, each colony having its own representative in the British House of- Commons, and making laws for tho world. At tho close of Uie program a pleasant social half hour was spent over the tea cups. LLOYD-LOWTH BR A very pleasing celebration of the marittage Ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents, 202 2nd avenue south; on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock, when In the presence of a very few of the bride's'' most Intimate friends and relatives, the Rev. A. H. Denoou of Knox church united.in marriage Sadie E. Lowther and Mr. W. J. Lloyd, of Lloyd & Devlne and Farm Products, Ltd., of this city. The happy couple are spending a few days In Calgary aud on their return will reside at 1217 Fifth avenue south. Just as the guard was being turned out after having noticed the blaze In the interior of the building. It was first reported there w^s an explosion, but this was lator found to have been the report from an engine on one of the big mllttary tmcks. Tho guard refused the public access to tha building. There is -f vnsiderablo machine gmi and a qua; y'/ ot smiill ana ammunition storer the bnllfMng. It,'. '"' FIRE (N THE CENTRAL MILITARY 8TQRE8 IN OTTAWA But the Damage P.one. Amounted to Only About $5000 Ottawa, April 26.-Damage to the extent of about $6000 was done by tire which broke out late tonight in tho central militia stores. The blazo was conftu.Bd'to the section'of the building in which it was'discovered, which con-, tained hospital ' auxiliaries, brushes, blankets, wood9n trays, etc. The staff had only stopped woj-k' tor the night n short time before the automatic fire detector sent In the alarm, and the building was vacant nt'the time. It is thought one of the staff may have been lighting n cigarette after quitting work, and may have thrown down the lighto4 match. ' A peculiar part of the affair is that while there'l8 ft �tron,g military guard outside tha hullding, there is no watchman inside, and the Aremen arrived MAN Y'peopic think that Ivoiy is a laundry soap. So it is, but that is not all. It is equally fine for the toilet and for the same reasons that it is fine in the laundry., Because it is pure, because it is mild, because it lathers freely and rinses easily, Ivory Soap is unequaled for all laundry work. Art not these the qualities you desire in toilet soap? The fact is, you cannot eet a better soap for the toilet than Ivory. Do not let its low price make you think otherwbe. IVORY SOAP 99^? PURE jMade at Hamilton, Canada'^ 73 827664 72 55889812 ;