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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNl^SDAY, MARCH 1, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN THE LADIES* STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block More New Suits, New Coats,. New Skirts, New Dresses AiioHu'r shipment ui the very Intcst {aruwints (li" the neason just to hand by Expi' Northway f;ai'nienlK, as iisrial have maintained tljeii* place this season as Canada's leading-line, not only in the exelnsive-ness ol' their assortments and tJie superiority of theii* styles, but i{i their si)k'.ndid values as well. In times lilve these, it's tlie bij>' JTirm that counts, the manufacturer Avho can buy the (luan-tity and i)ay the cash, gets the goods at the right |)rice. This is (me of the most imi)ortant factors to consider now, not only for the mei-chant, l)ut for every individual buyer as well. We have access to the l)est marlvets-in tact control many of Canada's leading- lines exclusively for this city and for this reason can give you merchandista of superior style and quality at prices very little if any, higher than last year. M'idie it a point to see these new garments tom(�rrow. PHONE 1224 SMARTEST SUITS OF THE SEASON. l/^22M to $3J>.0() HANDSOME NEW SKIRTS OF BEST STYLE .$�.(>� to $13.50 LATEST COATS IN GREAT VARIETY $10.00 to $25.00 SERGE DRESSES IN GOOD SELECTIONS $10.00 to $20.00 We Make Alterations and Guarantee the fit. COALHURST CONGER GS JU � Coalliui-Bt, Feb. 2!).-The conceit held at .Cpall),urst last night In aid of the Red Cross broke all previous j^cords, qotwiUmtanding the fact that very successful concert In aid of tihe church funds was hold iu the same place last woek. ' Hut although the church was again packed to overllowiug, the attendance by no means represented the number of tickets sold. Thanks to the mine management, who threw themselves heart and soul into the work of selling tickets, It cannot be truthfully said/that the people of Coalhurst did not do their bit to aid the Red Cross. Two members of the Lethbrldge Kilties hand were in attendance, and their martial selections on llie bag-gplpes gave a military tone to the evening's enjoyment.' O.iir former pastor, Mr. McLeod, was also present in military uniform, and made a strong appeal to the young men who were lihyslcally fit, to obey tlielr country's call by oTering their services to their i^ing and Country. Mr. Watsoa was again chairman. SAVINGS CAMPAIGN UGURATEO IN OLO .Londo^, JMar.,l.T-rA, great mjeetiug was held in the Guildhall here today to inaugurate a national savings campaign. The Lord Mayor presided and fipealcers included Earl Kitchener, secretary of state tor war; A. J. Balfour first lord of the admiralty; Reginald McKenna, chancellor of the ejchequur, and A. Bonar Law, secretary for the Colonies. � Lord Kitchener said "We want just as many, men as we can got as soldiers. We are bound to take all the men that can possibly be spared from Industry, agriculture and commerce. "We cannot produce all our ordinary peace tirne requirements. Either the population must go short of many things or .the army must go short of munitions 'and 'other indispensible things, f . "Are civilians prepared to lot their brothers in the trenches endure hard- ships while they are not ready to i�nd hlH Imndling of a long program njaue the smair sacrifices of harder iriado the mirth and fun go fast and (iirious from start to finish. City Ti-easurer .Tohn I'atterson, of Toronto,- is dead. . Dr. .lardino has been elected mayor of Sumraerside, l�.EH., by acclamation. work, increased effort and increased economy. Hooo^mzed in. all l>T0�es8ioxiH and walks of lifo;, as the leadini^ coffee in tiKo best j^rocsery stores M Gimada. In yi, I and 2 pound cans. Whole--Rroimd-pulvorired- also Finci Ground (or Percolatora. AllBs Greenwood of l';�% QQ shoe, sizes htolM, reg. $2.75, special pl.�f�l 20 Pairs only GIRL'S TAN CALF BUTTON BOOTS, neat style, high cut spHng heela. Sizes 8 to 10V4. Rgular |3.00. SpeclAl sale price .................... $1.99 Hudson's Bay Co. :T FORM R CROSS WHS A B SIMSS The Masonic hall was crowded to , bugle band was almost complete, only two drums being lacking. Master .John Oliver "in Ullts ddnced' a Scotch dance that was - received with great applause. Then came a tableau, "The Reveries of a Bachelor," which had been arranged with great care. Lieut. "Charlie" Kerr as the bachelor was splendid, and equally so were his many sweethearts who were Misses Grace Byrmnor, Dorothy Kennedy, Minnie Hazell, Leslie Proud, agement promise to be the best vaudeville bill ever offered at the Majestic. Reserved seats for each'night, are now selling at Hedleys. At the Orpheum The great comedy featuring Chaiv lie Chaplin, "Tlllie's , Punctured Ro^ mance," one of the greatest comedies ever shown, will be shown at the Or- ......_____________________ pheum'tomorrow. This picture should kjlle Wallace, Esther Bonneil, Inzola ; be seen by everybody who wants a Hardie, Marcella Lafferty, Mabel Wal- whole evening's enjoyment, scream from start to finish. It Is a Scene from "Tho White Pearl," featuring the charming and diminutive actress Marie Dore, at Starland w Tho parish church at Beauport, near Q.uebec, destroyed by a fire, Fhoiild not be confused with the Church of St. Anne Ue Reaupre, containing tho famous piig;-.nage shrine and situated some miles farther east. overllowing lust night when Red : pg^^gj.^j,,^^ ^^^^^ Cross Day was brought to a close by .alee as the bride. Miss Helena Sinij^ for the three-story cake presented to a concert and uance. The opening son and Mr. Guilbault sang and danc-1 Packed houses are the order of tfio the Red Cross faniis by R. W. Scott, number of the program, , which had ed a very pleasing number. The Ka- day at the Orpheum in spite of the of the City Bakerj', the lucky number been iirepared by Mrs. Hill ' of the zoo orchestra under the leadership of ^oold snap. Tonight concludes tho bo'ig 01, held by Mrs. Morris of l'2(i barracks, was the presentation of the Miss Bessie Hazell was, to say the 'last performance of this week's bi.i 14th Street, city. Miugles to the-Kilties by the chiiaren. least, a scream. Miss Anglo Bawden's which has proved very popular with The splend'd sum of ?31 was raised Jrdge Jackson,' ijresident-of the Red solo, Juanita, winning much - ap-.the Lethbrldge theatre going public by the sale of tickets for the cake, Cross, spoke-briefly  before the pre- plauso. !who really appreciate refined and up- and thanks are due to Mr. Scott for sentntlon' and explained what ho and miss Nan Gray and Williams and to-date vaudeville. The headllner, his generous donation of same; also the people of-Lethbridge hoped would Rankin of the Pantages olrouHplay- Hlrschoff'a Russian q-ypsies. won ap-to the staff of the City Bakery, who be heard from- the bugles. Twelve ^ this week in the city, kindly gave ' plause from the large audience, whllo donated the pr!-,v, BlalEs,-to Portlund, Seattle, San liYahcinco and other points on the Pacific doasl and, In western CHASE & ^ANBORN, MONTREAL. Eg~-H.'=;�SS:iKiv~;v':iii5SS'-r7,'^^ UitPrpliito (ioiVmioj-Rfe. vpmiifilatitbH,. Canada,were uuthorl/.od liy.Vhp U, S. For your comfort and your health's sake-always use HEALTHY ber until an early hour. BIRSE-NISBET the youthful donors who were group- gave a splendid recitation. Mr. Wad- ers. This Is without a 4ouht the ed on the stage, and included Grace dington gave a very amusing song,- strongest Pantages hill shown lloc and Campbell Tinning, Marjorie Shep- which as is always the case, created .some time, herd. Sonny and Junior Donnan, Don-; much merriment. Mrs. Waddington | Miss Isabel! Nlsbet of this city and aid Buchanan, Grace and Jean Bryni-,-^vas an efficient accompanist. Mr. Alexander Birse of Coalhurst ner, Reginald McArthur,. Gwendoline were quietly married on Monday ; and Gertrude Hammond, Jimmie Jack At the conclusion of the concert, scupper was served and then the win- FIFTH OF MAPLE SUGAR 18^ IMPURE Ottawa, Feb. 29.-The 'Dominion evening at'Westminster parsonage, son, G'ordon Grace, Norman Ritchie nX�nf'\Vo�rvVtpT,�r'l^n;r^Onn'i7 Jira Rev. J. B. Francis performed the aud Paddy Bowman. After tlie men �^ the watclies and clock were ceremony In the presence of .\(r. and had r;ceived�the bugles they Mew Mrs Thomas Arnold the rMrent nnrt cniiitPil TiPiit.Pnl '^d'es wrist v,-atch stopped at.B.SB, samples of maple syrup collected from MIS. 1 nomas Arnoia. Pn^rjones'tlianke^^^^^^ and was won by A. G. W. Swart; 12.50 dealers throughput the country. It -  * . theirclfrM,] mentioned ?h^^^^ at ^''"^^ ''^^ gentle-, was found that 192 samples wero WATKL\S-HANCOCK-CRAWFORD ! Arthur LrnsleTv'^Buna^^^^^^ stopped, and the-holder genuine, while 43 were adulterated, A quiet but motty wedding was gol- pr="ent to clve his b.Lle al-,o AfLte? �^ orchestra. During an Interval In the . thodlst church, has been , appointed Its velvety lather is a wonderful cleanser, while it soothes and softens the skin. Its mild carbolic solution means no germs. The odor is there, of course, but it vanishes quickly after use. Lifebuoy is the soap of all soaps for the toilet and the bath, because of its health-preserving qualities. Grocers Soli LIFEBUOY HEALTHY SOAP Women's Institutes in Convention at Edmonton dancing, Mrs. Donnan acted as auctioneer and auctioned off a hand- .______painted cushion that had been donat- PERFECT HEALTH IS EVERY ed by Mrs. Haffem. After changing WtrXfAN'-S 'RTUTHRIGI-tT. I hands several times tho cushion was WUMAIN omuinKioiii. jj^^^j^^, p,^(.],a3ed by Mr. Salberg. . I The splendid s,um of $25 was'made A Prescription That From Girlhood ,by the sale. chaplain of the 139th battalion. to Old Age Haa Been a Blcssinit to Womankind. Edmonton, March 1.-With approximately 250 alert, bright-faced women from all parts of the province in attendance, the second annuar convention of the Alberta Women's Institute opened in the MaoDonald today with President Miss Isabel Noble oi! Dayslandln the chair. The convention was formally opened with the singing of "O Canada," and following registration, tho address of wolcomo was moved by Hon. A, L. Siftou, premier of Alberta, and re-nlled..,to by Mrs. ,A. H. Roger of Eort Saskt^tchewan. His honor,, the Ueu-tonarit-governor, thep oddressed the convention and was followed by Hon. Duiicfih Mai"sliall, minister of agriculture^ - Greetings from tho Women's Cn:na. dlan Club wore presented by Mrs. H.' M, Tory; from the Local Council of Women by Mrs. R,H, Knight, and from the U. F. A. Women's Auxiliary by Mrs'. Walter Parlby, The seorp-tiii-y'B report, covering the first annual convention and executive meet-' inp'B f^lnon that lime,  was retid by. Mrs. Muldrew of Red Deer. The convention accepted an invitation to attend tUa'''Alber.taieg|l8latur9 this ai'toraoon, to hear the second readtuR of tho equal franohlso moa. sure, when Premier Slfton will ad-'droBB-thp Mm&t\' '�.,V f."-.^ ' When a girl becomes a woman, when a wpman becomes a mother, when a woman pusses throuph middio life, are tho three periods of life when health and strength are mosli needed to withstand , the pain and distress often caused by ' sevoro 'organic disturbances. At these critical times women arq, best fortified by tho use of Dr. Pierce's ' Fftvorito Prescription, an old remedy I ot proved worth tliat keeps tlia entire womanly syBtcm in excellent condition. Mothers, if your daughters nro weak, lack ainbition, aro troubled with headaches, lassitude and are pale and sickly, Dr. Pi eruo'a Pavoritc Prescription w just what thoy need,to surely bring the bloom of health to their cheeks and make thorn strong and healthy Last night's entertainment was a splendid succes, financially aud socially.   i WHAT-THE Press Agent SAYS At the Majestic The management ot the Majestic Is emphasizing the fact that . this week's vaudeville bill, to-ployi on For all "ailing women Dr. TM^l'}'}!'!^^^^^^ -----!i_ T.----- :. lyg^ j^jj. jj-j, Ii. every respect, ann comwb lu uciu-has banished' from the Uvea of'tens of ^'^^^SB vory_;hlghlrpralsed_by theati-o kwito Pr3ti~jurt%he -'^"-O' 'B positively, guara^ueed In MRS. MAY'S LETTER to WOMEN More Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham'* Vegetable Compound RelievefSuffering. Chicago, 111. -"I suffered from a bad case of female ills. Lydi� B.Pinkhanj'i 'Vegetable Com-potind was recommended and I took about six bottles. It fixed me up all right 'The common symptoms of such a condition - pain when'walking, irrir tation,b?siringdnti;il metlioal advioo entirely froo. ^ Every woman should be careful that tho liver Is aoliivo and the poisoiis are not iillowod to plog the systow-got rid of these polaons by taking Dr. Pieroo's PqUots,wliioh regulate aud invigorate stomach, livw and bowels. Keep the body oleua iniislo OS well sa out�ld9i How to- prceervd health and beauty i� lold in Dri Pibrce's Common Honso Medical Adviser. It is /r��, Send Doctor Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., fifty cents or stomjM to'opvepiwrupping :�n'di;iiOiuUug. 9!uy. ;\ � katooii. On the bill will'be'four distinct acts; each being excellent in their particular line of entertainment The "big" act will be the Five Foolish Fellows, who otfer a riotously funny act. ......' Seymo,ur and Duproo, International .vaudeville favorites,' in fh6ir "diverse and clever specialty, will introduce a now than I did before, and Irecqmmehd; the Compound every time for fernsje troubles, as it did for me all it(is claimeil to do. Youhave my permission to pub-' Hah this letter." Mrs. J. MAY, 8548,S. Lincoln St, Chicago, III. If you hky 8 any of tlie syrriptomB men- *' ,..., ------ -.^ ... tloned in Mrs. Mfty'a letter, remember ' good line of comedy, singing and ao. what Lydia-B. PlnkhawraiVegeUblat 'Vi: S^the live wire singing ^^ri^ifX^.t'^S^.il'^ Wayne and Marshall", In Ih^lr dle'ver skit, called "A Musical Cocktail," wlU provide fifteen mlnul^es of^, real;, fun; The- latest. Keystone oorpedy,! together wUh other pood motion pictures, and /.ho Majestiq concert or- chestra, wi oomplejta' whRtfj^bpi miu- haahelpedcoMntleiftnwnberf.ofW \ Yi^ Oo. (ooiifldenttll), i;yi|>F X ;