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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGI-: SIX nil-, i-i"mniui)(ii': daily iii:iiAr,n I'lUDAY. APRIL 28. lOIC. NKijm n :mi.st i:m>Tiir. ^^\ur s.vvs kaiskh. 31CRM00K1N NiW REG I (Jo to Comox-NcM Men 22.">lh-Lotute ("onccn-i tiation Camp for QUALITY GROCERIES Are Attractively Priced for the Economical Housekeeper 1 It Till' i\,ii!;t'r is vivdiU'd with this sHitt'ii.'eni ill tlu- liu"s wiuTi' liinluT iind li;iri>>c; wire is lulu's ironi Uii.s point. :o tht" Ufrniiiu ti'pups ;ii Vo stockfd lor use in construi-i rdiin rci'i'Ml 1\, iui: 1 nnK-lii-s. 'iiolti shmvs Kniiwax lii'.i-: a dcJHil hr niu Ui till our Suit or Coat and Save $3.00 to $6.00 on the Garment ('(Kits S!2.0() .$ir..(H). $i.S..-.(). (loth rojjts A hii; vari-ty m >;> S3.C0 TO $5.00 lu'ldw their h i!-.''.v I oat. Ill" [iricc:.- will iiev to .-how you at prices ;;vi!ar valiif. i.ion'i dtday r lit-tter. thill ;iri; I'roiL. it yoii r'-qiiir" AIUm- Kaster s:Ue i)ric(>s. S7.00, .'�i).�0, .1?U.(MK 51.^ ! tylcs. Worth $22.50 and $35.00. After Easter sale price . . $27.50 Wouioirs Soi'jte and Silk Combination Snits $25.0(> lualitv ami fa.st dvps. Words .........$25.00 Smart styles-fine regular $32.50 After Easter sale price Wonicn's Snits. .$2I.(M) er\ tiue i|Uhlily. fas; dyes, .serne; Idack and fireen. lies, values .S30.OO After Easter sale price ............ $24.00 Women's Ser.uo Snits. $i!).(M) liiality in serpe.-. iveeds and ........$19.00 Kecular $22.50 Poplins After Easter sale price \\ omen' Seriiv and 'r\V('(Ml Suits values. Uesuiur $18.CO ini.'itiire.s. After Easter sale price Twe-d $13,95 Lo\ t'ly .All this s^ prices. Sillv ajul Sci'int' Dresses asun's hiiyinu now offi-vefl at, rediic'd In hrowii. navy, resida. iil;.' k a:id rop"iihai,'en, AftCi caster sale price S'JoAH) Silk TanVta Messaline ..V Poplin Dresses $20.00 $20.00 $22.50 Silk Dre.s.ses lor . . $1.S.7.') $1J).00 Silk Dre.sses ior $H;.,>0 $1S Silk and St'rue Dresses $15.00 $10 Fine Serine Dresses Tor $i:J.50 $10 Tine Serue Dresses lor H>7,50 New Stock of Women's and Girls' Middies nl st \i( ciittdli ;i)l(! s n\ -ilk I lie s-casdli. Ilia I cria Is ma II \' (111 tiTcnl \\ omen's sizes. s:n- up to $:J.OO (iirls" sizes. iiOc np to $1.50 Little Sliowiliii aU lii'- !i (�()ii>.vs" Wash Suits and Kompers ;ld-' Kt,\ i( s ie ulille ;ii,.l liriees ranmi'!-' r* A .....50c I'p to $^.�J\J Litth' (iirls' Dirsses in fa.sl eidor i;in--:hanis i.nd \ idles; ./::si, v.hiie ii! dif/ereiu i.eiKhts e'' i.uiii rials, iii'.^ in ii.'iee . From 75e u;) to $2.00 pure riiiip Everything in Hats for the Kiddies Crash Mats. Straw Hats. Silk Hats, (ialatea iiats 25e to $1.50 I'lanlirook, 11. i'.. .\pril UV. 'riilrly-I one ni-n. tnider eoniiiiaiid of l.ieiil. Lister, left t'riinliiooK al noon ^h.day for Comox to join ihe ItiL'iid lialtalioii, the mdl with whuli they had previously si:.;iied. Ten ilays a.uo the men were .liiven to undorslaiid iliai il would be necessary tor them to Join willi Ihe -J.'itli. as they would not he outlined nor eoiild Iransiiorlation arran!;e. meiUs ho made. Transporialion arrived in Craiihrook last Saturday and the men were. orcleiiMl ;o reptn't at t'oniox. The 22etli formed a miard of honor and Instily ( heered Ihe .men as ihi' train pnllod o;!i. 'i'lie war is having a tellin;; ei''i'. ! in tlii.> etty. the  (�a!.iialty lisi dailv eoiUuins the name ' of some former Cranlirook man. i name Uiimor has it that (.'apt. Hit- j eliie will reach t'raniirook the lirst id' the month, when Uie lOiieentration tamp Kronuds will he surveyed and ;!ri-an,c-MiU'nls made u>r puttiliK ilie (�ami) intdhye to this fam- ; i!y. They liave he,'n residents of ("ranhrook for tli,' past Iti years, .Mr. | I.McXalih I.H'in.t' one of ilie first passen-j ;;er cendnctors en the Crow-. i The funeral of Ihe late Mrs, William : Crosby, of WycIiiTe. took place Tue.s- ' day afleriioon. Uiiernient was made; ' in the Criinhreok remetiMv. ' r"in.' al '�' o'clm 1th bat'alioii. .-\11 the men i are well known I'rauhrook boyn. .\ ] number of others have si.i;nirie(t their i intention of joinins the colors. i Romantic Wedding , Craubrook was the scene of a wed- ' dine of e.veeptional iiKoresr yeslenlay afternoon, when Mr. 11. A. George, of; Peace I{iver Crossing, a well known ! lumberman and general merchant of ; that far north comury. and Miss Jea-netle ^U-Kvvaii. of San Fruiieisco. were i married. The bride arrived oil ihe 4 j , o'elfiek train, the ceremony imm^..'ili-j alely following, liev. \V. K. Thoiusoii. i pas'or of the Pre.shyterian church, pro-j I nouiiciiig the words which united the. .happy young couple. The ceremony' took place in the Pr�shyteriaii church. � !Johii .\rinoiir. manager of .A.riiioiir,s Limited, and David .M. Cowan, secre-: tary of the railway '^'..M.C.A.. were the , witnesses, being friends of tlio groom. ..Ml-, and .Mrs, George left on this at-tornoon's train for I-;dmoiiton en roiiie � to their new home in the ne^v wesl. ; -V number of friends and admirers were at the station to speed the newly married couple on their way. TEA. old TEA, per Kerr's Hpeeliil price ......... Deeka.julie, 11)............. Our Idi IliH. for lltaid's �al Hest. 1 Dutch Onion Sets Slightly sprouted rice. 1 lbs. ior.....25c \PPLES, \''.>. 1. faiiey Winesaps, I lbs. for ^er box ............... APPLES, good cookers, small si/e. il lbs. for 'er box............... STRAWBERRIES. California, per basket .... 3RAPE FRUIT, Florida three for ............ HEAD LETTUCE two for .............. .EAF LETTUCE per lb.............. CAULIFLOWER, lar.ge while heads . . 25c & DELERY. lan.'v Kloiida 2 lbs. foi ........... DRANGES, )er doz. S5c. 30o, 35c, -iOc PARSNIPS Ihs. lor ........... CARROTS, ,s lbs. for ............ CABBAGE, solid heads 10 lbs. for ........... TOMATOES, firm slock. per lb............... 25c . 52.25 25 c . �$L65 20c 25c 25c 35c 30c 25c 45 c 25c 25c 25c 20c RHUBARB, :; lbs, for ............ SPINACH. Ib.s. for ........... ASPARAGUS. per lb............... RADISHES. per hiineli ........... CUCUMBERS, long, hot house, each . . . 25c & PEACHES, Silserilale, No. 1,^ tins, each . , PEACHES, Uosedales, .\o. 1 tins, 2 for ..... PEACHES, tjnaker, .No. I lints, each ......... TOMATOES, ilircje tins for ...... PEAS, BEANS & CORN Ihree for ......'..... BEANS, )''n'nih each ................. PINEAPPLE, Libby's llawaliaii.. . 15c, 22c & SOUP. .Spider's Tomato large tins ............ SOUP, Clark's Chicken, large tins. 2 for .... 25c 25c 20c 5c 30c 25c 35c 14c 40c 35c 14c 30c 15c 25c COFFEE, bleml, COFFEE, per lb............... SOAP, lloyivl Crown or (Joldeii Wesl. 2 plig.s. SOAP, l''els .Napthii. per eiirloii .......... SOAP, While .N'aiillia [K'f carlon .......... SOAP, Toilet, V cakes for .......... AMMONIA POWDER. special Iliis week, plil, STOVE POLISH, lUaek Knight, I! (ins ...... STARCH, Willie Gloss e.neli .............. BROOMS, e.ylni parlor eaidi ......;......... WIRE CLOTHES LINES each ................ WASHBOARDS, .\hliil- innm.. (Hass o. lirass SUNKIST ORANGE JUICE TRACTORS. cai'h .............. CORN FLAKES. three packages for GRAHAM WAFERS, Arrowroot Hisciiils, Som-.Mor Biscuits. Coeoaiiiil Toffy Crisp per package MELBA CHOCOLATES special this week FANCY MIXED CANDY regular 35c, on sale HONEY, Pure l';.Ntrncled pint sealers ........ Twelve Ounce Bottle COOKED HAM, Swift's Premium .... OX TONGUE, l.lbhy's, per lb............... ROAST PORK WITH DRESSING ......... CORN BEEF, Kray Bun- tos, 1 11). Hlzes . .. 40c 60c $1.00 45c 45c 70c 50c 25c 10c 25c 10c 65c 25c 50c E EX- 20c 25c lOc 45c 25c 50c , .. 25c 4ac 60c 40c 30c rh�me 1453. Family (iro cers and Pro\ ision Merchants 31 ;j Fifth Street South MA NEW SCHOOL� Frank. .Ajiril 27.-The riiiestioii of a ' new i-cliool at l'"rank lias at hisi resolved itseif iiiio detinite form. .-X. nieolliig was reeenlly held of the rnle-payers, at which the program outlin-; ed by tiie tr.islees was apiiroved and! a conimiiiee of tlirr-e citi'/.ens ap-i pointed to act in coninnctlon wiiii | ihe trustees carrying tlie proposi-j lion tliroii':;;, 'Vhi: pre.seiif scliirol i iiiiildin:.; is not al all suited to llie! i'iiri'0:-e. more than that, it is in the | "di'.nger zone. I,ike every oilier ';cliool district in tlie country, Frank has its own limuu-ial troubles, b it i lliese liave been temporarily arranged, it is planned lo have the new .Mcliool i ready for occupation when the fall ti'i'm opetis. Died at Front i\'ord iuis iieen received of tlie de;iili in France of l.aughlin C. .\lac-.Millaij. ivho lefi for overseas service .with tl'.e pioneer'-;, lie was well kno'.vn in I lie Pass, na* in^ \\orked in sev-: eral of lie; equips here at different i limes. He a veteran of ibe ; South .\rrican '.var tind leaves a wife � and tl'.ree siiial! children, who are re-sidiio; in .Medicine Hat. Frank r ouncil is paying more Can ii-saal -(itteiitioii to tlio Hiiiiitary .'.:ondilioiis of the town lliis year. Xo-lices have been ))osled instructing all and Kuiiilry to clean uo their promises, and the council is stUliig a good evaiiiple liy di e|)enlng tli(7'elianiud of !llie slrearn, whlcli fieiiiienlly over-illowH. Hooding cellars, etc.. and in �oilier ways giving the town a gen. ' eral (.-lean up. ; .\ shon lime ago many paperH wero giving much nromiiient to a story j which slated thai ihe old Frank siiiel-^ K'r wa;- ai)Oi/i lo ro.suiiie operallojis. ; II m;'.y iie. bin .so far tliero are no � visibb; ;.igns of activity in that vie-iiiilj. I'almoiitoii, April 27.-Ollicers of ihc i � .-Mberta Teaciiers' association for tile i ensiling year were chosen today an follows- President-I-:. W. Collin. prineii,al of Calgary Norma! coilc'^e. First vice-president-F. C Mc.NallV ;!rincipal C;\mi-ose Xorma! i-ollege. Second vice-pri.-sident......1. Scholiehl Kdmouton. Sei'retary-treasiirer-.N. I-:. Carriith-1 ers, l.aeoiiibe. | .Senior puldic school .section: S. .).' IXvmond. Fdmontoii, chairman. .\1. .I.j Kdwards, Calgary, secretary. ' .lunifj;- iiiiblic school -.ection; \lissj .Martin, Calgary, chairman; Miss 'I'ier, Calgarv, secretary. ,1 Secondary scliool Hectioii; .John Taylor, Fdmontoii, chairman; .M. H. Long. I'almonlon. secretary. Calgary was selected as the next meeting place. .Swedish chemists have found to remove from coal tar the divided carbon which it UoldH pension. a wn.r linely in Kus- RED DEER LADIES' COLLEGE is UP AGAINST 'it HARD , .Medh'hie Hal, Alta., April 27. -Red I Deer l're;sl)yteriaii Ladies' college is ! battering againsl liio Khoaln of (iiiiin-! cial rain, i'nh.sM assistanct; is re-; ceived Immediately In the shape of i $2r^,llOh the college will l)o sold. Prln-' cipal Keith placed the nuilter hefori) 'the synod today. HIb appeal led to the, decision Iliat the goneral anaem-\ hly bo appealed to hy the synod and aakod- to lend uuBlBtance. The prip. clpal stated that if tills wtts not.'fQi'ti.-comlaii at once It was the Intention to ;icll Uie institution to the provincial govtrnnient, ^lilcl) rtifjiilred such ehlldron. ()ii I' 1)11 ycr, oil I" Su)i"( livci-y Sci'vicc arc your advaiilau't' lo ( W'v liaiullc none aci I It ICS arfi'iuiiciils cal here. Mil and Oiir Dc- \\]\v il is t.o .Mlx-rla urowu meals, a Tier ca refill Iraiidliiiu'. lie clioiccsl SoiUlicrii Voii o'cl I liciii Ircsh Xo cold slorau'c. FOR TOMORROW-Fresh Pickerel, j^ei- lb. Secure the Hest Meats Jroiii- s Phone 4 5 2 ;