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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. MARCH 28. IMS STEWART: CALGARY, IS HER HUSBAND Offit-er is Arcested on a Charge; of Bigamy on Complaint of Toronto Woman J EVERYTHING READY FOR A BIG DA Y ON SATURDAY AT RYLANDS, THE BUSY STORE Calgary. Ma,-to a charge of !> a'.Jas Captain ">Y the most am.u'::'.?; so far exposed in : 11 o r :i i n p; se r.;enoeii .-Pleading guilty gamy. Wm. Stitt. Stewart, one of military impostors ! Canada w.-.s this Magistraio Jiav- ov t'oi'.r years in Ed u^poaton idson to s pea.'tenti.' la police court today the full farts of his case were placed bofore the masisr.-f'e. evidence hrcught out p.hon; his wife and ten ctuidren in Toronto, of whom five sons are at the front, and also of his marriage in Caigxry in li-i-- to a woman who believed him. a single man. Stitt has been for more than two years discharge officer here under the military hospitals commission and posed as a veteran of the present and other wars. As far as the present war is concerned. Chief Cuddy this morning branded his profession as untrue on the authority of his first wife h; Toronto. As far as can bo ascertained. Stitt was most efficient in hi? military duties and is reported to have given his superiors entire sa-.is-lacrion. $1-75 LLOYD-GEORGE'S APPEAL TO 0. S. F New York, X. Y., March 2S.- An Associated Press dispatch from Washington today says: "The appeal of Lloyd George tor urgent haste In American troop movements to France, read in New York last night by Lord Reading. British ambassador, was viewed here today as a call to the American people. "British officials are already fully advised as to the situation here and know that the American government is straining every effort to get men to the front and has confident hopes of placing a force of a million or more men in the field during the present year. "The untiring enthusiasm of the American people as a whole, officials point out. must back these efforts, however, if they are to be successful. The task of moving the men rests as much with ship builders, both employers and employees as with any government agency. It was regarded as probable that Lloyd George's message was calculated to reach the men in the shipyards and munition plants and picture for them the urgent need of haste with their part of the great task." Perrin's Kid Gloves at. . 175 PAIRS OF PERRIN'S WHITE KID GLOVES, WITH BLACK STITCH BRAID BACKS. SIZES 6^ TO 7',. THIS GLOVE IS WORTH *2.25 A PAIR, BUT FOR A LEADER ON SATURDAY WE ARE SELLING THEM AT $1.75. Other Grades at $2, 2.25, 2.50 Novelties at $3.50 a pair Another New Lot of Waists DAINTY GEORGETTE WAISTS THAT ARE SO DIFFERENT FROM THOSE SHOWN ELSEWHERE. EVERY ONE PERSONALLY SELECTED IN NEW YORK AND OTHER STYLE CENTRES. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW THEM. COLORS TO MATCH ALL COSTUMES. $6.00 up to $15.00 Fit Your New Suit Over a "Warner THERE IS A WARNERS' CORSET FOR EVERY FIGURE AND A SELECTION THAT CANNOT BE SURPASSED ANY PLACE IN THE WEST. WE GUARANTEE EVERY CORSET IN EVERY WAY. THEY'LL WASH. WON'T RUST, AND UNBREAKABLE. 25 MODELS FRONT OR BACK LACED. $1.75 up to $6.00 QTfW?J? TONIGHT AT 6 Of KJl\Ct  O'CLOCK AND. . CLOSED' f^AyYCOOD 200 Brand-new Easter Suits The choicest lot of garments ever brought to this city. 200 of them priced like this $15, $18, $24, $28, $35 and $40 Choice of 100 Cloth Coats Everything that's new will be found in this collection, which we priced at $18, $22, $28, $32, $35 Smart Serge Dresses On Sale Over 100 of them in all sizes, all colors, in every new style on the market, priced at $13.50, $15, $18, $22, $25 Taffeta and Other Silk Dresses ' All new the past two weeks. No two alike, and every one a masterpiece. $15, $18, $22, $25, $35 The Easter Neckwear Just In! BOXES AND BOXES OF DAINTV NECKWEAR JUST IN BY EXPRESS THIS MORNING. THE NEW COWL COLLARS, NEW JABOTS, FILET LACE COLLAR, COLLAR AND CUFF SETS, AND OTHER NEW YORK NOVELTIES. ALL AT MODERATE PRICES. SEE THEM FIRST SATURDAY MORNING. 65c up to $2.00 Two Silk Stocking Specials SPECIAL No. 1. MOO pairs of liliiclc Silk "Stockings, Hoot Silk. Lisle top. On sale Saturday. While they lust- A pair, 50c SPECIAL No. 2. Black, white and colored Silk Stockings. A splendid wearing ipiality. All sizes. On sale- ' A pair, 85c Taffeta and Satin Petticoats A WONDERFUL C6LLECTI0N OF ' PLAIN AND FANCY SILK AND SATIN PETTICOATS JUST RECEIVED. SIZE 34 TO 40 LENGTH. EVERY COLOR IMAGINABLE. GOOD QUALITY SILKS-} THE KIND THAT WE*R. $4.75 to $6.75 STORE. OPEN  ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SATURDAY EVENING... TILL 9 O'CLOCK. WERE EXECUTED UULl I Paris, Mar. 2S.-A number of German soldiers who had put on British ^uniforms in order to create confusion in the bat-"tle on rtie Somme front, were taken prisoner and executed, according to the Intransigeant. : * * * � <� � � Thp annual President vs Captain match, which hereafter will be the official opening of the golf season in Lethbridge will take place tomorrow, Good Friday at the municipal links, and rapt. Hume and President Shepherd have dined up the following teams lor the day's play: Captain's Team-D. Hume. R. A. Smith. H. A. McKillop, I). J. McSwain. T. Oxland, J. Adams, H. W. Crawford. D. Duff, P. \V. Pennefather. R. G. Dinning, H. Macbeth. E. C. Guilbault, W. A. R. Cocq, D. McGregor, .S. Kirk-ham, S. Jackson, Dr. Marrs, H. Long. President's Team-S. J. Shepherd. .Tudge Jackson, A. E. Harshaw. A. H. Smith. E. H. Wilson, H. \V. Crawford, W. Nelson, H. J. H. Skeith, M. S. Mc-Arthur. G. H. Harmon, W. D. L. Har-die. R. A. Parker, W. V. Poapst, B. Fisher, R. R. DavldBon. F. Wadding-ton, E. Hincks, A. MacDonald. Draws will be made at the R.N.W. M.P. boat house tomorrow at 10 a.m. from the above mentioned in the opening match, any old members whose names are omitted and any intending new members will be welcomed and draws made accordingly. BEAT CHAMPION | The Lethbridge contingent to the j Calgary bull sale returnecL today very well pleased. The Hereford bull calf ' "Carry On." belonging to John McD. 1 Davidson of Good Luck Ranch. Coal-| dale, competed in the show ring with one of the famous Frank Collicutt calves. The Collicutt bull was placed a3 champion, Mr. Davidson's bull being 'given reserve championship. When they went into the sale ring, however, the Davidson bull sold for $650 as against $600 for the champion. It is etiid SupL Fairfield of the Experimental Farm, is supplying the cigars on the strength of the win in the sales ring. Washington, Mar. 28.-Cost of living in Germany has increased from two hundred to three hundred per cent, while wages of the working people have only increased 50 per cent. Figures of the bureau of labor states the food cost for a German family for one week to be $13.01 compared with! 5-5.98 before the war, or an increase of 117 per cent. Increases in cost of fuel, clothing, shoes and other necessary commodities have increased more rapidly than food. and $1530, respectively. There were 254 head sold this morning for a total of JS6.545, an average of $340.73, a much better average than yesterday. The total for the sale up to noon today was $108,225. Shorthorns are under the hammer this afternoon. VIOLATED ESPIONAGE ACT New York, N.Y., Mar. 28.-Agnes Smedley, a California girl, arrested a week ago with Salandra Xath Ghose, a Hindu revolutionist, on charges of being concerned in a conspiracy tn free India from British rule, was in- dicted by a Federal Grand Jury yes- cerned in the production of a sedl-terday for violating the Espionage I tious book entitled "The Isolation of Act. * She is accused of being con-1 Japan In World Politics." ALGAR BAILEY CONFIRMS MEMBERS IN THEIR SEAIS London. Mar. 28. - Melville Mc-Naughton, appointed by the high court as returning officer in the Canadian election cases, gave judgment in the law courts at Reading, in South Renfrew and Queens, P.E.I.. cases confirming the sitting members in their seat3. The Yukon case is remaining open lor consideration. Captain Roper, representing the clerk of the crown in chancery, said he was instructed to notify the court that any action by T.hu court would he disregarded by the returning- officer in Canada. RY. STRIKE NEWFOUNDLAND FOUND GUILTY Calgary, Mar. 28.-D. AJgar Bailey, editor of- Fairplay,' was fotvhd guilty of the charge of criminal libel against R. 13. Bennett, in the criminal court late yeslerday afternoon, before Mr. j Justice Simmons,,by a jury that went out at 3.L'0 and found a verdict at 5.10. The foreman of the jury reporting that they had found the defendant ' guilty, with a recommendation to ; mercy in view of the fact that Mr. � Bailey had already been punished by 1 imprisonment, sentence was suspend-. : ed. St. John's. Xf!d.. .Ma-. :"..--A strike of railway employe*. . v.iii'h was called yesterday threatens to .-spread and tie up the transportation facilities of this colony. FORCE CAPTURE London. March "S.-The entire i Turkish forffs in the Hit area in Mos-I opotamin. has been captured or de. I at roved by ihe British, .he war office announcement :say:<. Tln-re thousand I prisoners were taken. AT CALGARY SALE Calgary, Mar. 2R.-The record price for the Calgary bull sale this year so far was paid this morning for Beau Donald 199, a Hereford, offered by the Curtice Cattle company of Calgary, the animal realizing 33200. The same company also sold two other animals this morning for 51575 Fancy Easter Confectionery Eggs, Chickens, CHocolate Cream Toys, etc. All reasonably priced. We also have choice EASTER FRUITS \ including fresh strawberries. Why nol take home some? ICE CREAM FOR GOOD FRIDAY OR EASTER THE PALACE CONFECTIONERY ' Corner 4th Avenue and 5th Street . 10 * On Your Investment TEX PER CENT, is a high nte Of Interest and there arc few sound, fial'o investments that pay it. Money invested in the earn and protection of your teeth is money well invested. You can make 10 per cent, if, during the next SO days you cut out. this advertisement and present it at any of our offices when you call for superior dental work. O' additional advantage to y