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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^THURSDAY, MARCH !�, lfll� THE LEY^IBRi">^� B DAILY HEKALD PAGE SEVEN The Ladies' Store  Phone 453 Acadia BIk CLARKE & More New Suits, Coats, Skirts & Dresses llii^ UHisL lUtrMctivc jv'ml iui- to hand lliis week by express. A. loAMvly showing now J"'tlio .sotisuii. � Evei'y jjjaniient thor(nij�lily tailored oI' best inatei'ials, and Unowii I'or their perrect shape-lveepinu; abilities. To liiid l)etter values or a more authentic delineation of the neAV Sprinjj;' models, you'd have to visit a city several times lari�er than Lethbrhlj^e. The lolhnviiii;- items will j�ive you .just an l; tlie iliness of her mother, who is suffering from typhoid fever. What the Press Agents Say ICdmontoh; March IB.-iThe committee on agvtculture met this morning I and heard the directors of the Farm-1 iers Co-Operatlve Cp. Itif plea that I the govarnmeal be given power when [ necessary to guarantee the bank ac-: count of President Klce Ijonea WRs-tliff; ohlet" speaker and theire. vvas-np diBoussldn by the com-mlttee'Vnnd very few'tjuestlons asked. No (leclalon as lo policy has been arrived /at and' thef questiou will be mor6 fully dlscuB^efl at a future meeting when it 1b lioped a draft bill will I be tabled to form tiie basis of discus-islon. J. P. McArthhr, Oleichen, was eioctdd cliairmau and made his initial bow wltli grptit credit. i The pnbiia (jccaimts committee con-linuedthij pr6ba'In the J, D. McAr-thur roads. F. Ratbone Smith, cnlef! engineer and -general mnhagor of tho road, was examined, and as he is about the brightest nmn at this kind I of a Job, Chief InqulBltor Twoedio ' made very little headway. Absolute-' ly no scandal has been established,' 'and all that Mr. Tweodio has emphasized is an-..lulerlocking directorate, ! which seams to be a feature of all modern big bnslnesB. j ; That is, J. D. AlcArthur has tho controlling interest in tho railways, the constru6tion company, the North-; west Lumber company and other suli-1 Bldiary companies. As tho govern-': ment has no connoctlop with nny-^thlng but the coDstruc'tlon ot the roads, the "futerlooklng directorate is of no concern. It has been fully es-tabllsliod that all the money that has ibeon paid has been to 80 per oont. lot the actual cost as provided. In tho 'Itt'w. � At the Empress "The Girl and the Game," the great-1 est railroad film novel featuring the [ daredevil actress, Helen Holmes, will; start at the Empress on Monday. This ! is not a serial but a series of pictures each complete in itself, ot wondorial stunts performed by this girl. There 1 are a hundred thrills in every picture. ' Everyone should see this. At the Ma.iestic The big attraction on tho vaudeville bill which will play the Majestic theatre on Friday and Saturday will be tho ]3aeder La ViUp Troupe; of comedy cyclists, in their sensational' and o.xciting riding act. Three other good acts, including Lowell and Esther Drew in tho clever sketch "At The Drug Store"; Olga MeAlpine, singing comedienne and King Sauls, In hia oil painting spectacle, will complete tho bill. ' u ' At the Orphcuui The hast Days ot Pompeii, ono^of the greatest productions- ever turned out in pictures, is tho feature at the Orpheum tonight. The produution cost $2,'i0,00(l and 10,000 pebWe take part in the play. It is one of the most spectacular things ever shji^vn. The pluy is founded on the book Nvrit-ten by Lord Lytton, and the portrayal of the exciting scenes accompanying tho destruction ot the ancient city by lava from Mount Vesuvlijs is wonider-ful, to say the least. . ; .day's olUcial statement seems to In-'dldnto that Germans claim possossion of Doad Man's lilll, dominating tho height west" of tho Meuse on which , they reported, an advahce nidypment' Wednesday. j;; Capt. lliuitly Gordon^ will contmand tho now Army SJervicle oorp^ : to be raised :ln Toronto dlBtrict.' � ' I A horse whlcih' was donated to the i Patriotic fund during the campaign lit Hrantford Avaa auctioned for $01, Joseph LandrevtUo, well known as a business man, (Hod suddenly in To-Ironto, He was �4 yea;rH of ago,. AtStarland  For the last times, tho wonderful drama of modern Egyp.t, "Holla Donna," will bo the feature at Starland tonight. This is one of the iinost Paramount productions in which 'tho famous star, i'auliuo Frederick, has yet appeared. The latest War Weekly will.also bo shown. For Friday and Saturday  Charlie Chuulln will bo shbwn in a four reel subject, "The Mix-Up," This is a revile of Chaplin's best pieturey, and is nrranged In' such a way that It makes an entirely new picture which has never been seen in Lethbridgo before. Paramount Travel Series .No. 4 will be shown on the same progvam,': also a War Weekly. '�' On Monday and Tuesday, .Mary PicJcford in "Madame Butterlly," The girls of the Wc.-lpy Prothenn class wiiJ nieet lor their next jjractict; on Friday night at T.!.") in U esicy hall. *  . The Dominion Ilebchali lodge arc holding a dance in the Kiiig'.ili; of l^y-thias hall tomorrow night, .March 17. Need's four piece orchestra will furnish the music. Oddfellows and He-bekahs are reminded that they need no invitations. * *  St. Patrick's Day will lie fittingly observed tomorrow afternoon at the Ifudson's fJay tea room. The Daughters of the Empire arc arranging for an "Irish" te.i and a musical program will bo an added feature. Several small'parties have been arranged and everyone seems eager to help to make the tea a huge success. ... Mrs. F. A. Stoltze and Miss Miriam gtoltze loft, this 'ifnjfrning'' for Great Palls, Mont., whsrr thby A^fll vi.sil friends. JIlss S^oltze Will he away for two' months . and will also visit her brother, .\fr. Norrls Stoltzo, al Fargo, N. D., and will spend some time in .Minneapolis and Madison, Wis. iMrs. Stoltze expects to return home in a couple of weeks', time. * �* * A very enjoyable party was given last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. . Phillips, .514 7th Street South, Qoniplimentary to, Jlr. R. G. Dlbb", of Edmonton, brother of the hostess, who is leaving for the coast. Dancing and games were enjoyed during the evening by tho guests who Included Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Murray, Mrs. E. .1. Dibb, Misses Jean Patterson, Leon Thomas, Gladys Hinds, Reynolds, Hettle Urysdnle, Miller and Messrs. .\1. E. Frazer, Bannerman, McLean and Moffat. C HRISTIA NS tON-LIENf A q.ulet wedding was solemnized yesterday afternoon at Wesley parsonage by Rev. G. H. Cbbbledick, when two residents of Magrath, Jfiss Edna. Lien and .Mr. Neil Christiansen were : married. , TheVc'eremoriy was performed in the proserioe of Mr. and Mrs. Hocking of JIagrath. * * * FRAME-KEMM A pretty wedding took placo last evening nt (i o'clock .at tho home ot tho bride's parents, when Annie Klein the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Kemm, became tho wife of William Edward Frame, lioutonaut in the 113th Kilties, and only son ot Mr. Jas. F. Iframe. The - ceremony was performed by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, in the presence of the relatives of the bridal couple, the wedding being very (luiot on account of the illness ot the groom's t}vther. The bride looked very girlish ,in a dainty frock of white crop'6 fle-chone with white net overdress apd carried a shower boquet ot white carnations and .ferns. Lieut, and Mrs. Frame' are very jiopular in Lethbridgo, the groom being principal of Giilbvalth school before joining the Kiities and the brifie a jnembor of tho Intornatlonal Harvester Co. staff. They liavo taken up their roBideuce at 482 Sherlock block, >' A NEVER FAILING WAY TO BANISH UGUY HAIRS i / (Aids to.,Beauty). No woman is immune to superfluous growths, and because theso are likely to appear at any tlnio, it is advisable (o always have dolatono powder handy to u^o when the ooojibIou arises, A paste is'uiado. with sohio powder and water and spread upon tlie hairy surface; lii about 2 minutes tills Is care-Ifully removed and .the skin washed. "l''ou win then find ithat your skin Is entirely free from hair or tuzvi. Bo sure, however, to get real dolatone. Advt, Merchandise Values That Are Especially Attractive Special News Items from Our Dry Goods Section for Friday and Saturday 150 PILLOW SHAMS, DRESSER COVERS DRESSER AND WASH STAND COVERS in scalloped and hand embroidered linens, also Xol-tingliam lace. A big snap purchased in the l^astern Market. Worth 75c to $1.26 each, OQ/� 1^'iday and Saturday, each ............ �J�7l- Friday and Saturday Specials for Men and Boys MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, 25 doz. ot men's fine quality shirts have just been opened up, a fine collection ot stripes and neat pattern effect. Sizes 14 to 1(11/4, values $1.00 Very special.........,......69c and $1.25 A largo assortment ot Boys' plain P.K. and STRIPED BLOUSES, sizes 10 to H QC ^ Special ....................... 50c. to ODC >s]:e wIx\dow MEN'S DARK GREY AND BROWN TWILLED COTTON WORK SHIRTS, soft collars attached. All sizes, each .......... 75c ANDERSON'S KINDERGARTEN CLOTHS, 30 inches wide, in neat stripes and plain colors. Tho best cloths for children's suits, rompers and ladies' house dresses, colors are fast. Friday and Saturday, per yard 23c 260 Pairs only stHped LINEN BATH TOWELS, size Iflln. X ."iSin., in natural and cream striped lieny Turkish toweling. All linen and aq heavy riunlity. l''rlday and Sal. pair John Raton's Allover 4-ply KHAKI YARN, only a limited quantity on sale on Friday (t>�j |\fv Per lb........................... $Z.UU Specials in Boots and Shoes MEN'S TAN CALF BUTTON BOOTS, smart and dressy for spring wear, all sizes,, reg, (j�o CA $5.50, for per pair................ �p�)�Ow CHILDREN'S, GIRLS' AND MISSES' TAN CALF SLIPPERS, one strap style, all sizes. (J*-! ylA Reg. $2.75 for ...................... �JC Coffee, H. B. Co.'s extra special finest Mocha and Java CA_ per lb............... DUC Sugar, fine pure granulated, with' grocery . onders ot $2.00. per IA� 3 tins ............... 4uc Peas, Beans and Corn 3 tins ............... OtJC Strawberry or Raspberry 7A_ Jam, per pail ...... I Pumpkin, No, 3 tins, OC - tins .............. LOC Lombard Plums 2 tins .............. LoC Spinach, QCa 2 tins .............. ODC Soap, R. Crown A'ltn- 2 packets ........... Tt�JC|- Golden West Washing AC-, Powder, 2 packets ., ttOC Welcome Soap Powder 4e 2 packets ........... ncoC Sunlight Soap, . Cli^ 11 bars .............. 3UC Lifebuoy Soap, CA- 11 baVs OyC Starch White Laundry -i a 1 lb. packets ......... IwC Macaroni, special i 07f 3 packets ...... �t I C Corn Starch, 97/� 3 packets ..... 4i I C Quick Taplooa and 0C/� Chocolate, 2 pkts. ,,,, wpC Shredded Cocoanut 9C/� per Jb............... IiDk. Peaches, Pears and OC�� Cherries, 2 Una ft0%r'r Flour, Five Roses, 49 III. Siick 98 lb. Sack $1.7,>" $3.50 per lb. Pork & Beans, Clarke'* p* ^ 3 tins .........,..... 'SBAYCi cm .Flour, H. B. Co.'B Seal'of Quality special i rjn 10 lbs............. �M.f U Sardines, H. ' 8. Co/s Beaver Bratid, finest Norwegian, regular 15c. each, special 'ij' 3 tlhB................OOC , Sardines, plain ov with Tomato or mustard Jt per tin................ wC Butter, Brpoktleld 7C/. Creamery, 2 lbs..... 4 DC Bacon, finest pearaealed, OA-special per lb,,...,.. OVC Bacon, Swift's Premium OC-sliced, per lb.-....... uDC Cooked Ham, sliced Afkj, per lb.......'4uc. Ox Tongue, reg. 700. 'b, >A special sliced........ UUC Corned Beef, siloed 30c ;