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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 't -y ��( . -f. I^AGfi EIGHT THE LE T H BtifWfi BTR^ 1.B \ THE LADIES^ STORE Phone 453 ^Acadia Block Saturday Items of Particular Interest ]\rnny iic-\v lines have jirrn^ed tliis week and sliOAYU toinorro-\v for tlie first time, reaturing prices as Icnv and in nn\n3' eases lower, than those of a year au'o in spite of the fact that present A-aliK^s are twenty lo fifty per cent liio-her than at that time.. IN ADDITION TO THESE THERE ARE MANY LATE STYLES IN NEW SUITS. COATS. SKIRTS AND DRESSES-ON DISPLAY THIS WEEK FOR THE FIRST TIME-AND ALL STYLES SHOWN ARE CONFINED EXCLUSIVELY TO THIS STORE FOR LETHBRIDGE. SILK LISLE HOSE ...... 35c An oxcoUiMit luiality just to hand at )nsl yo.nrs price, binck and white, ladies" sixes. PURE SILK AND FIBRE HOSE ................ $1.00 A beautiful line in both kinds of silk, sky, pink, grey, -white, black, etc. CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES, 90c to ............ $2.00 Sizes two to .six at POc, and $1.00; si.t 10 fourteen, at to ?2.00. All washable. MORE NEW YARN $1.60 lb. Same grade ns formerly, in colors black and khaki. Splendid value, NEW CREPES AND GING- HAMS ................. 15c A fresh new lot just to hand this week in all plain colors and fancies as well. See These New Garments Tomorrow The enrly showing, while not completo nor comprehensive, offers splendid variety of choico and styles, are as attractive and values rss good as any you �will see this season. NEW SUITS, $22.50 to $35.00 NEW COATS, $10.00 to 25.00 NEW SERGE DRESSES 10.00 to ................... $17.50 NEW SKIRTS. $5.C0 to $13.50 HABUTAI SILK $1.00 A new lot, black and white, yanX wide, washable and splendid to wear . NATURAL RAJAH SILK 50c Extra special value, very oven thread, pure silk, washable. SPLENDID QUALITY SERGE ............... $1.00 Xavy and black. 42 in. wide. superior quality, good dyes. BEST GRADE SHEETING, 50c. ..60c. and............... 65c. Linen, finish., no. dressing, eight, nine and ten auarter widths. PILLOW .COTTON, 25c., 30c., and . ..'................ 35c. All special values, width 40 lo 47 inches, circular make, no seaming. LEilD LECIURE FT SI YEAR E. Ottewell Delighted Aud: r ience with Masterly Review of the Great Struggle -Had the citizens of Lethbridge beeji aware sf what was In store for them In the illustrated lecture on "The First Year of the War,"" by A. E. Ottewell, JI.A., last night at the Central school auditorium, the hall would ,bave been packed. As it was they thought it was a university lecture that would appeal only to a certain type of mind. U was the most illu-j minatlve and interesting lecture that h'as been given here on this great subject and was followed throughout with the keenest interest. Were the Daughters of the Empire even now to succeed in bringing ilr. Otteweil back to give it in the Majestic we feel sure that the house would be filled. -AS It was the lull seating accommodation of the hall was filled last alght, and Rev. Canon MOIiUen graced the chair, and after a short musical program, introduced the speaker. Mr. Ottewell has the happy gift of humor, enabling him to present his subject without the usual nervous strain to his hearers. He first outlined the ground'to be covered, undertaking to - of the European War, I-lrst Phase, he showed first the geographical sltua-tlpnof the two great contending for- � c?^, and then the importance of numerical advantage, and following that the strategical methods by whicVi General � Joftro led the mighty Invad-li^ army into the jaws of the trap he JipTd set for them near Paris. The niysterj', was explained as to why the Germans, when within 17 miles of OPnrlB, on the very day they were 'to have taken It, were compelled to re-tife faster than they had advanced, tlie explanation being that while the Hove A'on seen the ncAv Silk antl Straw Toqnes? Or the Eollod Brim Sailor? AVe have a dozen diltercnt styles, looking ont always for good proportions values, style and finish at popular pries. We solicit an opportujiitv to prove it. Come to our store at olS. l^tJi St.,Xorth, and see J'or yourself. Children's trimmed and untrimincd hats at the ver}' lowest prices. MRS. McMEEKIN, Mgr. great honor of ;bearing the brunt of [to be shown willbo from the presen-the fighting In the long retreat, had.tatlon of these plays by Forbes led.the foe into the trap, the French DR in iSIS U.F.A:SELLIN Edmonton, ;klarch 2.-A delegation representing the Pharmaceutical association of Alberta waited on the government tliis afternoon to make representation against the allowing of .secretarie.9 of farmers' local .unions selling gopher poison. The government gave them to understand that it la the intention to follow the desire expressed by the v.. F. A. to allow local secretaries to sell such poison. roa,,;,;'"'?"'''",-" "T""? r*"" """^ v iCliant .of Venice and Macbeth, iilus-lB|itish. to whom had been given the ' tratod"with,]antern slides. The views Stylo 190 The Shops r. known for good valuea and ^ F up-to-date styles are the places , to Bile about the D,& A and the. LA D|V^ {Corsets,'? , . ''Made-!i?iCaniido?-' in-one of; the best eq|u!pped c|}rBct inctofics !n. His business has been takpn over by Ur. Pineau, who comes to Warner highly recommended and will practico in t!io di.strlct. Mr. D. liruce, an old tlmorln the west, has bjiened a grocery business in Warner, after looking over the south country pretty thoroughly, his choice naturally fell on Warner. P. Fniscr, who has been accountant In the branch of the Bank of Commerce hero lor over a year, has been transferred to Kerrobort, and left yesterday, his place, being taken by .Mr. Hliodos- of Cnlgavy. ,\lr. Frasor made many friends during' his stay In Warner, and v/as very popular, taking an active part In th� affairs of the Patriotic fund, of which he was treasurer,' and being also an active ' member of tlio Warner tcnals club. R. C. Merrlthew has returned after being away from homo .ill winter, and is preparing for \ the Boason's work on his faWii.,!  Mrs, D.-Marshall and family loft for Calgary, where Jlr. Marshall is at present stationed with the medical corps: 1 VEs mm DE Police Maglstrnto Angus M. KovlU of-AmherBtBurg, has roslgued, charg-I Ing the police department with falling to co-ojiienite with him. (From tho Labor World). Samuel Gompers, president of tho American Federation of Labor, has been expressing in an Interesting way his views on the important question of national defense, ns seen by tho organized working forces of tho country. "Whatever plan for .. national de-tense may bo adopted," he says, "the organized labor movement, demands that certain fundamental principles must be regarded. All policies and plans for national defense must be de. terniined by representatives of all the people. The organized labor movement, which is the only means for expressing the desires of the great masses -of our citizenship, asserts its rights to representation in all committees, coluniissions or bodies that decide upon military dcfnse. The working people of all nations are always those most vitally affected by military service in time of peace or war." - Mr. Gompers also says that upon tho worklngman fails the burden of the fighting in the ranks and that they have ever been expected to act ns slvock absorbers for the evil consequences of war. "They have been the chief sufferers from evils of militarism wherever the malicious system has fastened itself upon a nation;" he says. "Since they have been the victims of the hurtful policies of military defense, they will bo the -most interested id safeguarding our own national plans from dangers and from evils of militarism that have been disclosed by the experiences of other countries. Labor Leads in Democracy The labor movement has always been leader in the cause of democracy. The labor movement demands democracy in all things, including military organizations and institutions of the country. It holds that policies and methods of self defense are best safeguarded when there is equal opportunity for all to become members of whatever organizations and institutions, whether military or otherwise, exist throughout the country. Not only must entrance toall institutions be freely and eaually accorded to all, but the military must be democrati-cally organized, democratically of-, fleered, and under the control of heads who are responsible to the citizens of the land. "Democratic spirit is essential. Any plan that recognizoa. professions or other distinctions will tend toward military castes, a condition Incompatible with the freedom, the spirit and the genius of our republic; "The labor movement has never advocated the abolition of agencies for the enforcement of right and justice, or for the abolition of the military arm of the goverament, but it does demand that these shall bo so organized aa to prevent their misuse and abuse as a means of tyranny against the workers, and to prevent the development of pernicious results that have grown out of militarism, the building up of a separate military caste and the s.ubverslon of civic life to military government and military standards. When military Institutions and military service are separated from the general life of the people, they become subversive to the ideals of civic life. They become dangerous to the best development and the best interests of the nation." Pacificists Do Not Understand Alluding to the pacifists and those' who hold to policies of non-resistance, Mr. Gompers says that they fall to understand that quality of the human race which makes men willing to risk their ail for an ideal. Men worthy-of the name will fight even for a "scrap of paper," when that paper represents Ideals of human justice and freedom. There is little progress made in the affairs of the world in which resistance of others is not involved. Not only must man have a. keen sense of his own rights, but the r FRIDAY;^MARCH 19t({ -- A GUILD'S SHOWS! LIVEm eOWELS IRE ACIE IF CROSS, FEVERISH,' SICK, BILIOUS, GIVE FRUIT UAXATIVE i AT ONCE. Kvoiy mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs," that this is their Ideariaxatlvo; because they, love its pleasant taste and It thoroughly cleans.^ the tender little stomach, 11 ver and'l^owols '.without griping. (�_., ,,. ' When cross, irritable,; leverlBh or breath la.bad, stomach-sour, look at the tongue, Jlothor! It coated, give a teaspoontul of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours nil th^ foul, constipated waste,'sour bile and undlgesteil food passes out of the bowels, and yon-' have a well, playfui child again. When its Uttlo systoin is full of cold, throat soro, has stomachache, diarrhoea, ludigeBtiou, colic--remember, a good "inside cleansing" should always be tho first treatttlont given. Mlltloiis of mothers keep "California Kyrup of Flj-o" handy; theykno\v a teaspoonful today saves � 'a sick child tomoiTov,'. Ask your durggist for a SO-cent bottle of "California Syrup of l'"i;iH," which li^p dird'etlons (or babies, children  of ' dH atJeyi'and grown-ups prlritcd on the bottlie. Be. ware of couritorfeits sold hero,- so I don't he fooled. Got �'the gtJnuino, ' made by "California Fig Syrup Coin-pany."-AUvoi'ilseuiont. FOR YOUR WEEK-END FRUI IS Sunkist Oranges..................'. iSSc, ^lOc,'50c Lemons, largo size............... i)er doz. 30c llananas..................:....... per doz. 35c Apples, good firm stock............. box $1.85 Cranberries........................ per lb. 20c VEGETABLES Carrots......................... "il llm I'm- 25e GENERAL GROCERIES C'ocoanul .............per lb. 30c llico, finest .liipat^...............;. ;j ii)3. [or 2Bc Macaroni, extra fine ............. �> ii,h. .ror25c l'"'""" ......................-V..... l'�r lb. 15c Com Moal ......................Uf 111. gack 40c Gormudo ...:.................... 50 lb. sack 10c �Rolled Oats ......................,s j),. H,ck 35c Roman Moal ......................... pi^t 25c (^orU I'^lrtltp". �i i.n-. ne. Parsnips>' U>s. foi- 25c ' Cabbage ........................ ir, lbs. for 25c ',' ' " ...................... i pkga. 25c Quaker Oat.s ......................... pitj,. 25c JT li"-^ ...........................pkg 15c Beets............................ :;o lbs. for 25c Turnips lijs. lor 25c FRESH VEGETABLES Celei-j- .......................... 2 lbs. tor 25c Head Lettuce......................'. 2 for 25c Cauliflower........................... oacli 25c Fresh Hhubarb......................per lb; 25c Puffed Wheat..................... 2 p'i^gg. 250 SOAPS AND WASHING PO^VDERS Royal Crown Soap ............... 0 (qj. 45^ Sunlight Soap ....................' n fo,. ivory Soap ..................... ,,0,. cake 5 WiislliiJiT r-'ou''ipr � - - CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE Odd lines Crlassware, Fancy Pieces China, and Crockery, to clear out at a Big Reduction. , jf'-'' .............................loc I'earliiie..................... \\ ib. pnclcnge 25c Chloride of lime .,......................2 for 25c Scrub Brushes, Shoo Brusliea, Clothes Lines Brooms. Clothes Pins, Shoe Polish and Stovo Polish...... Fresh Tomatoes and CucumlxM s for Tomorrow To Fanners-Butter aiul l^sjis Wanted. Will pay treij>ht on all out of town orders. Next Herald Offiec SAGE TEA PUTS LIFE -AND COLOR IN HAIR Don't Stay Gray! It Darkens So Naturally that Nobody can Tell. You can turn gray, faded hair beau-tifuilv dark and lustrous almost o\er night it you'll get a 50-cent bottle of "Wy.elh's Sage and  Sulphur Cora-pound" at any dnig store. .Millions of bottles of this old, famous Sage Tea Recipe are sold annually, says a well-known druggist here, because it darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can "tell it has been applied. Those whose hair Is turning -gray, becoming faded, dry, scraggly and ihin have a surprise awaiting them, because after one or two appUcatiorts the gray hair vanishes and your locks become luxuriantly dark aiid beautiful-all dandrufi; goes, scalp Itching and falling hair stops. This is the age of youth. Gray-haired, unattractive folks aren't wanted around, so gel busy with Wyelh'a Sage and Sulphur tonight and you'll be delighted with your dark, handsome hair and your youthful Jtppear-ance within a few days. J. D. Higln-botham & Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbridge, Alia.-Advertisement. will ;\nd the ability to maintain those rights  with effective insistance. Though we may realize the brutality of -war, adds Mr. Gompers, yet wc know equally well what would be tho effects upon the lives and the minds of men who would lose their rights who would accept denial of Justice rather than hazard their physical safety. The progress of all the ages has come as the result of protests against wrongs and existing conditions and thi^ugh assertions of rights and effective demands for justice. Our own freedom and republican form of government liave been achieved by resistance to tyranny and insistence .upon rights. Freedom and democracy dare not bo synonymous with weaks-ness. War Modifies Opinions "As the result of the European war," continues Air Gompers, "thoro is hardly would indicate tiiat Avc tii'c alt:iiiiiiii>,' that olijoct. Xl" you are not one of our iiiaiiy patrons wc would invite you to o'ivo u.s a (rial, ^^'e cai'-i'V notliing but the ])c�t obtainabJ(^ iu ' ' '' ' " Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb and Veal FRESH FISH OF ALL KINDS on liaiu! all the time, and (liirin,i2,'.Tjcnl; our .sii])ply will arrive very day direct from tho coast. The Lenten season is at hand. MEAT MARKET 405 5TH ST. SOUTH PHONE 635 LINGARD BROS. A Full Line of Meats for Tomorrow Includin"' some extra choice '"^ "Tlic highest quality but not in price" FHONE 4J)2 W. HOPKINS, PROP. The oldest ustabllsliod inoatmarket in tho city. the country, the, co-ordination of these In the furlhoranco of a dullnlto military policy."'; � ,. In conciiuling, Mr.'Oomiiers says that the ,l9.bor/movement lakes the position that .plans -and policies for national' dofonco and ifroiiarednoss must bo In accord with an educated conscience, which' cani. discern values and is 4ble and' niei't to distinguish the vital from t'li�lesf^ important, and willing to insist, upon tho Ideals and standards 'of jusj-lce, equality and freedom. l^rogrosB, ho says,, results only from llio d6miuhtion of the forces making foi- freedom and oii-portunity over the forces ,ol' repression. / ' To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXAT1VL3. BROMU QUININH Tmbletf). JJruRgists rofiind' money if it fails to cure. IS. W, GllOVii'S sifena-tiiro Ih oU' each box. . 03 05 ;