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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY BBRALD PAGE FIVE CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block We have Searched the Markets for These Beautiful New Garments- SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS & DRESSES ill II most: ill tractive assciuhliin^c fiiul. in .s]),it;(^ (�r slifiri* advances and s(;arcl(:y of nititcjMuls, ^\ly iirj^e tlicsidvisabillty oi' early buyinj;. AH repeat orders will be higher in |)rice, and styles slioNvn at present are the most authoritative you Mill see this season. A deposit seevu-cs yonr choice till you are ready 1.00 to $32.50 Coverls,' aerges, blanket cloths, etc., most attractive styles of the soa.son. u; the New Serge Dresses $10.00 to $17.50 Sizes up to 44, navy and hlack .serges^, handsome styles. Mr. W. ,1. Butler or Wnrdnor, U. C, Is visiting his relatlouH In the city, .v: � � . Airs, W. Meecli returned today from a ahort visit In Culgaiy. m * t Miss Marjorio Grei-nwood, who has hoon visiting Mrs, Sliopherd and Alr.s, Horfdor, has returned to her home in Edmonton. . � H T^e.ladies of the .Maple l>eaf Chaji-tor.'O. ti^. S., are rfininded of. the Hew;^^g ai{, the Red I'roHs rooms to-mo^ow jjttornoon. Dr. It. N. \V. ShllUnKlon ot Calgary, and formerly of LetlihridKo, wlio \yent on active service some time ago, has been gazetted-daplnin in the Cana-er doz. eggs, cooking, 40c 55c 35c 40c 25c ? : ; .> > > : .^ > : 18 deaths in zepp raid London, .\rarch 9.-The war otilce announced that five ot the persons who were previously reported as having been injured in the recent air raid, have died. The total number of casualties in all areas attacked , by alrshli)S follow: - Killed, .9 men, 4 women, 5 children; injured, 22 men, 22 women and S children. after damages from bank ? ? ? tondon, .March 8,-Captain Cecil Bambury, lltTi resierye cavalry,'is claiming damages tor alleged negligence and breach of duty from the Bank of Montreal. The plaintiff's action is based on the defendant's alleged advice regarding tlie Investment of $12.5,000 In the Westholme Lumber company, made on the advice of Manager Galletty of Victoria, who, the plaintiff says, had good reason to believe the investment to be highly speculative and unsafe. 't' ? ? ? ? > The Nursing Mission are having constant calls for lied linen these ; ? ? : dpjiate oJd sheets or pillow cases or - :. material that oould be used tor these PEAS, beans, and CORN, H tins .... TOMATOES, e.\tru fan- cv, ;', tins for . .. Lo'm!3ARD plums and GREENGAGES, 2 tins PEACHES, Peara, Blackberries, ..Raspberries and Cher- OC-, ries, 2 tins ...........ODC ORANGES, per doz. 20, C(\, 25, 33 and .......... DUC APPLES, Finest table, i lbs................. LEMONS, largo and juicy, per doz....... BANANAS, special per dm ............. GRAPE FRUIT, large �i for ................ 25c 30c 29c 29c :........33c 69c 25c sugar. Fine pure granulated, special week-end (^�| CC price, 20-lb. sack �J)1 DD To customers giving orders for $2.00 and upwards 25c at. Paul, March 8.-A lone bandit this afternoon hehi up the Security State bank oh the west side here, and escaped with approximately $1000 in currency. Three employees ot the bank were in the building, purposes would send or telephone the i Nursing Mission, the gift would be j gratefully appreciated. Any parcels j > would be collected by them. The need 1 : is very groat. at the^ time the red. .;. .;. ,j. .;, hold-up occur'" ? ? ? ? : ' ,The I,0.'D.,E. acknowledges the foliowinf pairs; of socks from Miss Dawson's class'In the Central school: Dora Chaplin 3, Vera Dodds 2, Alberta Huti>,er L Gertie Shaw 1, Evelyn Chape J., Muriel'I-tyssop 1, Grace Bennett 1, Lilian Bennett 1, Grace Ro-salno 1, Rosalyh McKinney 1, Doro- j Mabel McAdoo 1, M. E. Dawson 3. standing of pupils in champion school Champion, March S.-The following; thy McQueen 1, Wlnnltred Stdnely 1, is the school standing for February: ' - Grade .X.-La Nona Cooper, 88; Re-tha Matlock, 80; Myrtle Lobban, 75; Ruth Boose, 70; Vera Balrd, ' 7,t; Earle Pitts, 60; Edith Boose, 7G. Grade VIU. - Myrtle Ulrlch, 80; Pearl McLean, 70; Doris Seal, 70; Blrdetha Hill, 05; Vera Duncan, 55; Carii Peduzzl, 55; Glenn Clever, 40. perley TO ACT Ottawa, March 8.-Sir George Per-ley, acting Canadian high commissioner in London, will likely represent Canada at the military conference of the Allies, which will be held in Paris shortly. The r. O. HSiS. acknowledges the following pairs of socks from Miss B. Sharman's class?;Central school: Grade. Vin.-Lillian Schweitzer^ 1, Jessie .Tolinson' V, E\'a Bissett 1, 'Eva ^lerson 2, Annabel, Farrles 1, Inzpla liardie 1, Katie � Robertson 1, Erma Dosse 1. .  - Grade VII.-Constance Ford 3, Lena Flenstien 2, Ida Cameron, I, .lanet Mc-llvena 1, Lillian Proctoi;, 1, Dagmar Sandqulst 1, Doris Stitt 1, Lorna Sinjpson 1; Also Mrs. Altken 1 and Miss Trenholme 1,'per Alex Altken. custard Powder Cartons,' special 2 pkts. monk '& glass, Raspberry Trifle and f'hocolate .Mould, Regular' 'inc. 1 p Special ............. ItJC orange butter, spe- QA cial' per large Jar.....UUC strawberry jam, Crosse and HlacUwell's 2 It), tins . jam, Slrawbiirry niiil !ippl� and Raspberry and Ap|)ln, p;'r pail ...............TTUU marmalade, Wagstnf-ri''s. I 11). pails lump sugar, Kpnciul. .'! ibs........- cocoa, guarantn^d pure, packed In pint perfect seal- 0 0 _ ers, special ......... jOC quick tapioca pud- ding, 2 p.ickPts......LiOC salad dressing powder, ..Pure Gi^ld Brand, 9C/� 2 p.icketH ........... uoC yorkshire relish qo Kiiec. per large bottle OOC creamettes OP- 2 packets* ......).... CtOi. fresh herrings, ma- conochies, 2 tins currants, Finest re- ! r cleaned, per packet .- IOC raisins, Seedless or OQ- Seeded, 2 pkts....... CoQ eggo baking powder, ig oz. 2.",c., 2Va lbs. 50c.,, ,5 Ib.x............... cooking chocolate Lowncy's, ',4 lb. cake cocoanut, Finest Shredded, per lb..... macaroni, special 3 packets ............ corn starch, special' 3 packets ........... corn flakes. 3 pkts. Kellog's .............. puffed rice, per packet ............... puffed wheat, per packets.............. "25c 90c 22c 25c 27c 27c 25c 14c 12c 25c 45c .10c 25c S), less" spec, per pkt. tiJC FLOUR, h. B. Co,'e Seal Quality 4\) Ih. Sack ... $1.09 h. Stielc . . . $3.35 flour, five rose's Ih. Sack ...$1.80 Ih. Sack . . .$3.35 rolled oats, 00- 5 lb. H.-iCk ............ OOC starch, Silver Gloss OO- 2 lb. packets ........ ttOQ TEA, H. B. Co.'s special OC^ (n hulk, per lb.........ODC coffee, H. B. Co.'s extra special. Mocha and Java, freSh ground (j�-| Q(J lier lb. 50c. 3 lbs. ..$i�<3D figs, good cooking OC 2 lbs................. CDC prunes, OC ;: lbs................. LoC evaporated peach- �||-es, 2 lbs............. COC evaporated apples 1 r per lb. ............... IDC tomato catsup, �) g 2 tins ................ ^DC . sunlight soap, t'n n bars .............. DUC royal crown soap or golden west pow-der, 2 pkts..........4DC welcome soap pow- m r der, 2 pkts......... 4:DC WALLPAPERS! WALLPAPERS! In a great variety of -styles, can bo purchased liere at the lowest price. We give a special quotation to demonstrate our special values. Snllicient Walljiaper with Border and Ceiling to cover a room 12 Icet by 12 feet, 10 leet high, for the special i)rice of................... ...............$1.75 CALL IN AND SEE OUR COMPLETE RANGE OF PAPERS. The Hudson's Bay Co. WO IRE JOINTS FOUilOHAVE Police Cleaning up Chinese Dope Dens-50 Celestials Put to Flight o I S H THIS YEAR Finds LS MORE THAN EVER READY for the LENTEN SEASON And al)le to .supply yon witii evevythino- in the line t)P fish at h)\vesL iriai'Vefc prices. In harmony wiWil our sii])erior grades of home grown meats, our fish is firsti qualifcy. The fresh fi,sli arrive from the lakas .of Northern Allierta every second day and heing fr(^sh caught and carefully packed are in excellent condition. .Let us sup])ly your fish during this Lenten season'and you will always be pleased. PHONE - 452 DELANYS LIMITED S Raids are very much on tUo program at the police station, three being pulled oft yesterday, following hard on the ! opium haul made by Mounted Police plain clothes men the, night before when Quoiig Sang'a smoking emporium was raided and about 50 China; men put to flight. Early in the evening yesterday two. Chinese joints on First avo. S. which have been suspected, were raided by plain clothesmon ot the city and mounted police working together. The paraphenalia was found (or oi)ium smoking, but a very limited amount of the drug was found. It Is believed the supply was spirited to the country wlieii the previous raid was learned of. "The cases will all come before the police magistrate on Saturday morning, charges having been laid ngainat five celestials. Chief, Hardy also took a look in on the houses In the west end last night and found Pleda Florence with,mora than the allotted amount of boaze| It was suspected that she had been solllne It on the sly, so she was hauled before the cadi this morning, pleaded giiilty and handed over $100 for the privilege. Red Rose tea"i WHAT The Press Agent SAYS AtStailand ; I'm furst mate ot as liiraveia.shij}-As ever ploud a wi^tery latie;" I'm cheaf cook too, and all the krew Ov the good ship Mary Jane. Wion furst abaft the Dnrby Bridge Wo neerly broke our hart. We ran acrost a kob 0' kole Wlch weren't marked dQ^vn on,the chart. The Ihundfir crashed, the llghtnin' Hashed, Wich filled our harts with feer; And the captain dumb a telegraf poll To see If land wus neer. Put on all stoem, the captain krled, Fur we are sorely pressed. And the engineer from the bUovo replied, That the mulo wus, doing Us best. An episode from Still Waters, at Starland tonight, featuring Marguerite Clark, the inimitable little comedienne. Three largo eagles were shot by hunters at Courtenay, B. C, and one killed by poison. BEAUTY DOCTOR TELLS SECRET Detroit Beauty- Doctor Gives Simple � Recipe to Darken Gray Hair and Promote Its Growth Miss Alice Whitney, a weli-knowu beauty doctof ot Detroit, Mich,, recently gave out. the following statement: "Anyone can prepare a simple mixture at home, at very little cost, that will darken gray hair, promote Its growth and make It soft and glossy. To a half pint of'water add X oz, of bfty rum, u small box of Orlex Compound, and 1-4 oz, ot glycerine. These iugredienla can be bought at lUy drug stpre � at very little cost. Apply to.tho hair twice a week until the doairod shade is obtained. This will make a gray-haii'ed person look twenty ^yeara ypunger. It la also fine, to, promote, the growth of the Uair, relieve Uohing, and scalp dis-easo,. aufi Ja excellent for dandruff ,'.�ud .talljne .halr,r~Advei'tisemonL to keep your skin free froim hairs (Beputy Topics) If you are willing to spend a few minutes time In your room using a delatone paste, you can easily b^ntsh, any ugly, hairy growth without discomfort or Injury The paste is made'-by mixing some water with alittlOi powdered delatone This is then � spread over the hairy surface and after about two minutes rubbed oft ' and the skin washed. You will not be disappointed with this treatment,: providing you get real delatone.-Ad- �., vertlscment. em Canadian circuit.' Closing Uie show in fourth plao* will bo Arnoft. and Company in tho! greatest comedy burlesque ev^r seen, entitled "The Jailbreakers." , This act Is guaranteed by tb& managaimeni; to be the cleanest, funniest, farcical sketch ever seen In this city, The usual pictures will also be shown. A special matinee will be given on Saturday. At (he Mjijestic Eugene waiter's fine play, "Fine Feathers," comes to the Majestic theatre next Tuesday and Wednesday with an all-star cast Interpreting thtt drama which a few months ago totik New York by storm and remained on Broadway for a long run. Jane Babcock Is tho central figure. She plays the part ot a young woman who is discontented with her lot In life; yearns for flue feathers; obtains them by dishonorable means, has a brief career of glitterr.and .glory,;, and then suffers 'retrlbutioiv'in company with her woahling husband.  The story is a fine one, It is a moral one, it Is a lesson and, a -yvarnlng. And it la worked out with, great dramatic skill. The reserve seat sale will open at Hedleys on Saturday morning. ISvery theatre goer Ih the city Is talking Majestic vaudeville after the great success of last week's bill, and' the announcement that Manager Brown has an equally good ]}IU lined up for tomorrow and Saturday is decidedly welcome, ,^ Heading this week's ttU, 'iviU be,th9 famous Clair Troup of cbinedy se'nsa!-tlonal acrobats, flvo'in number, who go through one of the, cleanest an^ fastest aorobotic p'ertorm.anoea en tour, . ' ,.1 . . Al Weston,'who win bp next, on the WU, will present his reallyi funny comedy act, claimS to be a riot every where, �  ;  r Plxon and Dixon, third on , th? iblU, are eccentric musical: clowns, whp are capable of provoking "voftra.,ot laiigh-ter. They have a flew act that,la Booring favorably ailt-over the. ^veat- STEPS TO SAFEBUARD GREECE AND TURKEY London, March 8.-The Rome -cor. respondent of the Mall atates that it has been learned on good authority ' that negotlationa have begun between  Greece and Turkey proposedly aiming . to aafeguard Greek and TurHIah in-' terests trom danger of future aggro3< slon on the part of greater Bulgaria, Are your hands chapped, cracked, or sore? Have you "cold cracks" which open mmi bleed when the skin is drawn' tight? Have you a cold sore, frost bite, or chilblains, whiol; Ut times makes it agony for you to go about your duties ? Ifa Zam-Buk will give you rellefi -----. a*ro vi^cti and -wlU heal the f (ost-damaKed skiu. Mlaa B. Strojsa, o( East Hans* ford, N,S, writes: " My .Uancla were so liadly chapped I -was uur' able to .put them in -water. All remedies tailed to heal until ;:I tried Zam-Buk. Persever^nba, with this balm completely healed; tho sores." , . ^ z�m.Bak belli cqti. karat, bralliM; cures eczem*, vilea, cb^ppsd h�nii(, cpW 4ore), ttoA bit**, snU alt akia dUeaiei and lalurla*., Retoie jtltutM. At all it�^tl*t$ aad tta^U, /ll\ir I' It III 'k:n''''lrr*l''l JkB^^^!^''! 28 ;