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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUDAY, MARCH JS, li)16 THE L E T n B n I D G.E D A I L Y H E R A r� P'iC!'^ SEVEN C7 From 7o30 to 10 pdnnio NEW SILKS, lo.nuhu' $1.25, touij>ht lor 95c CREPES, roRular ISc, toiiijjflit for......15i' TA35LE LINENS, special value . .......75c 200 Pairs IIOSE, travellers' saui|)lcs 25 % oli' WOKK APRONS, tonight . . ...........iiOv PRINTS 1214 & 15c. lines, tonij^iit only . 11c MEN'S NcAV C(jlore(l Shirts, rej*. Ji?1.25 lor 95c MEN'S NcAV Colored Shirts, reg. $1.00 for 75c MEN'S Ties rei�nlar 50c, lor..........:55c ' 200 LADIES' VESTS Travellers' samples from 20c to 75c each QLDCOUNIRYFOOIBA GAMES PLAYED TODAY l^ndoit, March IS.-Tho following are the results of the EIngllsh football Kames played today on the grounds of the lirst mentioned,-clubH:. London Combination Crystal Palace -J; Chelsea 2. IjUton Town 9; Reading Fulham 4; Clapton Orient 0. Westhnm United 2; Mllwall A. I. Tlie Arsenal 5; Brentford 2. Lancashire Scctlon-Burnloy 1; Bury ;;. Everlon 1; Jlanchester City 1. Manchester United 0; Lilverpool 0. freston Northend 1;, Blatkiiool 3. Bolton Wanderers 2; iSouthport 0. Stocliport C; 4; Oldliiim A. 2. IVIidland Section Huil City 2; Grimsby Town 5. I.eicester Fosse 2; Stoke 1. Kotherhara 0: Sheffield Wed. l'. Rochdale 4; Bradford 3. Sheflleld U. 7; Lincoln City 0. Notts County a; Derby County 1. Chesterfleld T. 2; Notts Forest 1. i^ra^-iord City 4; Barnsley 0. Hudderafleld Town 1; Leeds City 1. 1^1 BS9 Barley Wanted Tlio C'aiiMfla IMaltirig Co., Ltd., of Calijaiy Are prepnrod to buy all suitable Malting Barley Free from frost, and will pay you more than can be obtained liy Bliipping to Kastern poiuts,..... SEN,D, SAMPLES FOR PRICES TO � ' Canada imalting Go,ltd. p. O. BOX 3?0 CALGARY THE SWISS LIQUOR STORE, 120 5TH STREET, S. ; PHONE 665 To add to tho life and beauty of woollens, flannels, laces and all kinds of sensitive fabrics-use tho incomparable cleanser. LUX is tho pure ea-aenco of fine sonp, in flakes It dissolves readily in hot water-makes a crcam-Iiko lather which cannot injure fine fabrics or dainty hands. Just try LUX. j4 Won't Shrink Woollens PHONE 1224 St. Mary'k W. A. will mciH in tlio jmriKli liull on two o'coclnn. Mrs. O. C. Kd-wards, (Madcod) IMni. K. X. Higin-botham, and Mrs. II. Beiitloy. A muBii'al program of Irish numbers contributed by Lollibridge's most poiv Ing the afternoon a vniy eiijoyablo ,,ij,. ,,uKiclaus was verv" much en-roading was given by Jilrs. A, Ingram, and an Instrumental nuniher by .Mr. Adolphso)! was mucii aiipreciated. 'ormaWeWde Kil-em-Qu^ck Ggpherc'de WHOLESALE and RETAIL AT Frank Hedley Drug C 0. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. act, when the cnniedy member of the trio rises to the roof in a bl-n-plane "brought the house down" In a yell of lauKhtC!r. Fimr good reels of pictures com-plef'-d a good show. The same bill will be repeated tonight for tho last time. ERYE WITH VILLA'S IN Wasliington, Marcli 17.-The main As is always the, a very largo crowd were in atlehdanco at tho Re-bckali daneo held last night in tho i;nights of Pythias hall. Need's lour I piece orchestra Jfurnislied excel.cnt music for the. dances. Patriotic de-ovations were very mucli In evidence. This dauce was the lliird of a serle;; that file ofliccrs and memliers of tiic Rehekah lodge have given, and every one has been very .micce/i-iful, bctli socially and Ilnancially. �   � The Busy Bee club gave a surprise lance last night to celebrate St. Pat-.'Ick's day at the home of Mrs. Mc-I'urtliy, 202 2nd avenue south. Tho guests were Jlr. and Mrs. Tlionip-:,on, Mr. and Mrs. D. 11. McKay, Mrs. LaTeits, Mrs. Baldry, Mrs. S. JIcKay, Mrs. Clark (Monarch), Misses Thompson, McKay. Ashcroft, Pfe. Yarrow, Messrs. Fastal, Stear, McOaiiliji, Col-Ungham, Graham, McDonald and Coombs. The public are reminded of the "book shower" on :Monday afternoon that Mrs. Ritchie and Mrs. Hammond are giving at tho home of Mrs. Ritchie 1302 4lh avenue. The admission fee that will he charged is u oooR or books in good repair; magazines are not wanted nor yet catalogues as wa>' tho case at a Rimilar shower in ling-land a little while ago someone bringing irlarroUs' catalogue as their donation. joyed. Master Geoff Waddington played an Irish medlcv on his violin I' ''�if" Predict large audiences | that earned him much merited ap- at the .Majestic Tiiealre next Tuesday Tilause Irish .soncs bv Mrs Ernest ^"'1 Wednesday, when F. Stuart' , , , ,, , ^ i Lanon and M^ Geo Fleming we^^^ Whyto's elaborate production of the United States expeditionary force in T!n Ihelrtual �plenZl m^ musical .omedy "Florodora" late as this afternoon had and delighted an appicciativo aud-j""" "'' "'" ---------' lence. will bo ollered for the approval of encountered none of Villas outlaws. Lethbridge theatre goers. This mas- Heports to this effect were received by terpiece of musical comedy the name ^''^^ department in field wireless COOK-MART \N "f which has become synonymous ' messages relayed by telegraph irom A quiet wadding was solemni.-.od on i wRh that of its famous composer, I a point along the International Doun^ Saturdav afternoon March lllh at the ^^^''e Stuart, loses none of its pris-Ovangelical parsonage. Fou-- Ways. , ''"o brightness and sprlghtlincss in dary. omcials interpreted the Information as clearly Indicating that Villa and his Mta wheif Mr Ernest Cook and M "s ' 'lie hands of the company which Mr. as clearly inuicaijng uiat vii a anu nis Almie mS^^ -c^TuuH^bcn":: ^i^ Whyte is touring this season. For the ibandit^ were united in marriage by Rev. J. colding J>a^t three years, Mr. P. Stuart ^yte can ad 'ance^^ hat 1 wa ex r.^e. Besides the contracting parlies there '^as been catering to theatrical tastes llV doubtful that they would attempt wore present Mr. and Mrs. lirnest Canadians, with a series of merit-i to make a stand. The opinion pre-Marian the bride's parents. The groom "'Iouk offerings, until the mere fact of ' has enlisted in tho 175tb battalion "ame being connected with an at-ahd will report at Medicine Mat ira-1 traction 'on the road" Is sufliclent recommendation to amusement lover.s. There is now a brisk demand for reserved seats, which are soiling rapidly at Hedley's drug store. mediately. Tho bride will reside with her parents for the present. What the Press Agents Say vailed among army ofllcers that the campaign would develop quickly Ijlta a guerilla warfare, if any oppositiovi at all developed. The war department had no confirmation^ of border reports that snipers had Ored on the tlnilea States troops. S GOVT. TO TM lER Lill BACK Mr. and Mrs. R, Adams entertained at a farewell party last night for Mr. Adams' brother Signaller J. A. A.dama; of the 13th O. M. R. at Medicine Hat. Games were the order of the evening At the Orpheum For the last time tonight the great production, "The Last Days of I'om-peil," which cost $2.^0,000 and uses 10,000 people, will be shown. Large crowds saw this picture last night, and the theatre will , probably be crowded agaiu tonight. There are no changes In' prices tor^ this masterpiece of 7 reels. At the Eiiij)i*ess The Kilties will take over the Empress on Monday and a portion of the i Tuocc AiPMPM KiLi en mTtr;ftersurpe"r "l:;d"^,e;; 7;;;;".' }!r;^ff,L,^'"l.?pV,�irpcHon'\.^!'b' London "arch Ts-^Thiee EriUsh then dancing was enjoyed until a late i ^^^j'/^^^.'^/^^^f l^. airmen. Lieutenants Johnstone, Beau- hour. The guest of honor's mother, j fng^bera of the regimen^^^ mont and Laldlaw, were killed yes- Some years ago. Col. Peuchen, a Toronto financier, acquired from the Dominion government a large timber limit on the eastern slopes and toot-bills of the Rockies west of Lethbridge. Just before the war broke out Col. Peuchen had practically closed a deal for the timber with a United States Ilrm. The deal, however, fell through, and the owner would now like to have the Dominion government take it back. He has written tho Lethbrldso Board of Trade stating that tho limit will furnish mine props for the mines in Southern Alberta for years to come if the timber Is conserved. It Is also pointed out that if the slopes on which Iho limit Is located were to be denuded of trees. It might affect the water supply of South Alberta rivers, and Adams, Mrs. Robertson, and Miss n\ Adams arrived on the midnight train from Cranbrook and were in time to participate in the festivities. ij i, ' terday in accidents while on oxperl- "The G?rJ and the Game^' will start "'S'^'^' Lieutenants Johnstone Ainn^i,^ -ii^lr � nM,^l.-.-...>-..._ in "Ma,dame Butterfly" a wonderful .picturization of John Luther Long's, great classic, which will be sho.wn ixt Starlaud on Monday and in the affairs of the city. He was also he will be located in future, Mr, Hart has been U. S. immigration ofHcer for the Coutts port of entry since away back when the big rush for Southern Alberta started. He has seen thousands come and go. During all that time he has resided in Lethbridge, and has always taken a, great interest thus affect also the irrigation systems i P'V'"^"'^ . The Board of Trade has broaclied the /'""''^^liP,"\'=,'""Jm ^'"""^ matter to tho Ottawa aufho,ttIes%. d I f/.f^^^^'-^'f f "ml both Hon. Dr. Roche and Mr. Camp-liell of the forestry branch are interesting themselves in the matter. . I^iout. � L. P. K. Gibson of Toronto, succumbed to wounds received in action. Tuesday. i'he story is of u beautiful Japanese maiden, Cho-Chtj-San, who becomes the bride of an American naval o/llcer The latter treats the marriage ceremony as a Joke, and sails away, prom-i Ising his wife, Madame Butterfly, as 'he calls hei;, that he will return when tho robins nest again. He does not return tor two years, and when he does arrive he Is accompanied by an American wife, while Cho-Cho-San, with lier infant watts for him. When the latter Is convinced of his duplicity she conjmits "hnri-kari" after the custom of th? Japanese. DON'T ^f J^'^WHEN WE.:SELL� , .x:;- � Hij^li Rocli, iicr case 2