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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THUnSDAY, MARCH 30, 191(5 THE LETHniHDGE DAILY HERAf.-fli PAGE SEVEN CLARKE & CO. The Ladies* Store Phone 453 Acadia Block New Spring Dresses Are In Sernes, Scij�c jumI >SJJk arnieiit exclnsive witli this store, and characterized throiijuliout l)y extreme moderation in price. Young Ladies Middy Dresses ...... $19 VERY SMART AND STYLISH * "rf Miiilo of fxira fine riiiulily scvtse., navy only wlUi iie Dresses $1(>.0() to $17.50 (^'olors navy, Copenhagen, brown and black; lovely quality material, witli hand needle work trimming and military braid. Silk and Serj^e Com-i)inationK, to $20.0(1 Very Hmart new styles in navy and black, some finished with hand needle work and military braid. IMnest Taffeta Dresses $17.50 to $20 Wondornilly clieap fior fine taffetas, colors navy and black, very smart, becoming styles, i.catly trimmed and perfect, fitting.' Silli Poplin Di'e.sses $1.5.00 to $20 [fandsonie styles, colors Ilus-Blan green, navy, t'openhagon and black; everyone an exceptional value. SPECIAL NOTE:-The above dresses are all shown in Misses sizes, t6 and 18, and ladies sizes, 36 to 44, so that whether you are large or small, you have a good variety of styles from which to choose. 0 ROVEN � YEAR WILLB S Several New VVell.s to be Started in Southern Allierta- Prospect.s (J (Kid Willi strings of luols pounding away Into tlio oartlr.s vilals from the eastern boundary or Ailierta to tlie Itockies, there Is every lujiie that, if oil exists in (omtnenjal iniantities in Soutliern Alberta it v.lll bf! discovered tlilB year. At .Medicine Hat ii drill will proceed below the gas formation in search of oil. The linited and Heaver wells south of l-'oremost are also after oil. j That these drtliH are iu the gas belt j has' been proven liy extraordinary 1 heavy (lows of gas. Ffirther west are i tlie drills of tho syndicate south of Cardston. .Vow conies word lliat tlie Original \ Discovery Oil Co., wliicli last year bought the old biiuliani well at Oil City, right up at the foot of tlie mountains, has cleared out most of tlin debris in the well, and is getting a I string of tools on (he ground ready , to proceed deeper in the llrst Allicrta ': well to produce rrude oil, Its best ! record being IL'S liarrols in one ilay. SAYS mi MEN IRE EASY Kogina, March 30.-On assurances from H. V. IMgelow, K.C., that the evidence of e. Ij. II. Smith, former manager of the Broad Street brancii of the Hank of Ottawa hero. Is immaterial at the jiresont stage and that there is a likelihood that he will be produced within a day or two, the royal commisRiou this morning left tho bribery charges standing and this afternoon will pass on to other charges in the meantime. Only two important wore on the stand this morning. ,1. .1. McCarthy told of seeing E. L. II. Smith hand Hrun-iier a roll of bills in the liotol in December 1913, and of Brunnor taking Gerhard Ens, former M.b.A. for Rosthern, into Brunner's private ofllco a few minutes later. John SutTraiio, Batlleford. told of Cawthorpe repaying tlie loan in January or Kebruary 1914 and remarking, "You hotelmeti are easy; here's some ot your money back." INUQEST ON DEATH AT 'HAT .Medicine Hat, March L'S.-No definite arrangements have been made as yet for llie holding of llie funeral of .Mlas Gladys Patterson, tlie victim of Sunday's shooting fatality. Tlie brother, Sergt. Harry I'atterson, of tho llStii, is in the city, but word is awaited from the mother, who is in the east. L'p to noon today nothing definite liad been decided. The body is at Yocum's undertaking jiarlors. In the meantime the inciuest at Irvine has been iiostponed until .Miss Nicholson, one of the principals in the fatality Is able to give evidence. Siie is at present completely jirostrated as a result of the sad affair. PHONE 1224 At the NYAL QUALITY STORES i^^vcry cusloiiier purchasing a ^ya] produci al Our Stores on lliis day will receivo free, a good (luality W'riliug Ttiblef. Thai j^ya] Pur(dia,se may l)e anylhiug in the Nya] Line oI Quality Products. The Nyal Quality Lino is Avell and lavorahly known in Lt^tli-hridge, ant} becoming more extensive and more popuhir day by day. NYAL'S FACE CREAM - A vanishing cream, dellglitfully Bootlilng and healing, keeps the complexion always' bright and velvety even though exposed to the harmful eftecta ot wind and cold. 25 cents, 60" cents or 75 cents. NYAL'S FACE CREAM SOAP -A soap that plea.sos the most critical, you too, will find its rich, bubbly lather u delight. 25 cents a cake. NYAL PERFUMES - Try mu ounce of NVAIVS Red Rose-a delicious, rich, true-to-nalure rose odor. P.rlcp.?1.00 an ounce Other odors are-4 roses, A'io-let, Hyacinth, Nygracia, Nylot-is, lite. NYAL TALCUMS-Made with Italian 'ralcura, tho.tinost in the world. Uiolily perfumed. Four odors, Nylotls,. Mayl'lower, Red llose and Violet. NYAL'S FACE POWDER-A aiiporlor product with a dainty dlgtinotivo perfnmo. In white, flesh and brunette-SO cents a box, NYAL'S SPRING TONIC-An exceptionally good remedy tor this time of yoni'. Cleans up tho systoni, enriches tho blood. $l.ou bottle. NYLO CHOCOLATES-The name Nylo on a box ot Chocolates la a sure guarantee that tts contents ai-e composed of the very beat and purest of mater-ials. That only the greatest skill Is employed In manufacturing, and that you are sure to like them, GET the: NYLO HABIT-IT'S GOOD FOR YOU SOLD ONLY BY NYAL QUAL-ITY STORES NYAL" STATIONERY 1b a Quality lAim of wrilliig paper, Inblota, etc.. at vpiy moderate prices. Ask to see tho N.val tablets and box papers. SOLD ONLY BY NYAL QUAL-iTY STORES NYAL'S "fIGSEN-TluTldcal laxative, uelj without gripping, easy to take. 10 cent or 2ri cent Uns. NYAL'S DYSPEPSIA TAB-UETS - No need of surfering with llidlgeKtlon. 'I'lieso tablct.s provide a (pilck, simple, oasy-io-tako relief. i5 cents or .'iii cents. NYAL'S TOOTH PASTE - Makes tho teeth pearly white, swootens tho breath. 25 cunts u tube. NYAL QUALITY STORES NYAL'S SHAVING LOTION- Quickly soothes the smarting of the ra-^or. Price l'5c. NYAL'S NEUTRAL TINT TALCUM-An invisible absorbent powder for use after shaving. NYAL'S THROAT PASTILLES - An effective remedy for throat irritation ot any kind. N Y A L'S LAXACOLD - THE uuick Cold or Grip Cure. Gets results within Iwenty-fonr hours NYAL'S CHERRY COUGH SYRUP-A dopondablo yot pleasant tasting Cough Syrup. Most generous bottles, 25c and 50c. NYAL'S BABY COUGH SYRUP-Quickly relieves Baby's' Cough without disturbing the digestion. Price 25 cents. NYAL'S BABY LAXATIVE - A pleasant laxative medicine BuKablfl for tho yoimgost liabo -pleasant to take, aids digestion, keeps the sttunacli sweet and keeps baby in good health. Price 2.') cents n bottle. NYAL'S SHAVING CREAM, or Uiore la tho Shaving Stick if you proferi lOlther one glvos a rich creamy lather-takes the dlBagt'OBablo features out every shave, face. ^ of They save your Our Nyal Day on Saturday SHE mu NYAL DISPLAY IN Ot'l! WINDOWS. NYAL QUALITY STORES Ked Cross Diuj^ & Book Co., Thiid Ave. South. HeUley Dnig Co., 5tli St. S. l>eoi)Ws iiiiijj^ Stoie, 13th St. North Mrs. Watkins-Hanrock is spending a few days with lier mollier in .Mac-leod. Tlie Daughters of tiie Empire are holding their regular weekly tea tomorrow afternoon at the Hudson Bay tea I'oonis. *   The Daughters and .Maids ot England are holding a wliist driie tonight In the S.O.E. hall. Part of the proceeds will be given to tho Patriotic Fund. Mr. W. K. Neucomb, who was a member of the local branch of the Moison's Banlv for a number of years, is now on the staff of the bank at Simcoe, Ont. Music lovers in this city will lie pleased to hear that Miss Sinim, the well known contralto soloist, is returning to the city and is expected in Lethbrldge within a few days. Mr. and .Mrs. .lames Hargrave who are on their homeward trip from Cal-I ifornia, are at present visiting friends i In Oakland, and will also .stop in Lethbrldge at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hawke, reaching here about the middle of April.-Jledicine Hat Times.  a � The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Branch of tho Red Cross win bo held at the home of Mrs. G. 11. I Harmon, VIAZ Fourth avenue, to. I morrow afternoon at .3 o'clock sharp. I The meeting is open to all members of i the Red Cross. I < *  I The classes of tho Junior department of Wesley Bible School will bo 'At Home' to their parents tomorrow night at 7.S0. A good program will be given, followed by refreshments. The , work books for the past ([uarter will ' be on exhibition and the honors will be announced. Tho Matliesis club held its regular monthly meeting in tlie Y.M.C.A. auditorium yesterday afternoon. After j the business had been disposed of, the: program, which was in charge of the Art department was proceeded with. JIi'B. J. D. HIglnbotham gave a highly Instructive paper on the portrait painting ot the English school. -Mrs Spoon-er followed with a splendid sketch ot English landscape painting and Mrs. R.R. Skeith, in a illuminating talk on tho Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood closed ' a most interesting program. A pleasant | social half hour was spent while tea hour dainties wei-e dispensed. N CALGARy IS AiES Calgary, March 30.-George W. "i'oung, a well known Calgary grocer, was arrested last night on a charge of using seditious language. For some time thoro have been rumors that �young had boon heard to give vent to pro-German sentiments and his arrest was tho result. The statements he was alleged to have said were something concerning tho rooruitiug of the American Legion, 'i'oung ia said to have stated that he didn't see why Americans up here were Joining the Canadian army because the Germans were Just as good as the Canadians, Young Is an Amerlcuu; he was arraigned in the police court this moru' ing and romamJed till next Tuesday on a ball ot $3000. -END AT "THE BAY" Attractive Week-end Values from the Dry Goods Section SHANTUNG SILKS, :'.4-lu wide, heavy (piallty iu natural colors, reg. 75c. value, weekend ^Q-, spocioi, per yard ..................... 'ti'C Ration's 3-ply WHEELING YARN, in /�a grey and khalii, week-end sd.'C. ))cr lb. iJJl.Dll Heavy Quality CANADIAN PRINTS, in neat con-veiitiimal design, also stripes and flonU a designs, :'Ai in. widf, week-end spi.'c. yil. IwC DRESS GOODS, Special 49c. Sniootli fini.^lied worsteds iu navy.s and browns. 42 iiulu's wide. Siilendid value at 75c, weiUciul Af\ special i)cr yard ...................... ~r"C HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES, mado from best Englisli cotton, very heavy, no dressing. �10, VZ and 41 inches long. Week-end spc-cial, per Imlr ......................... fttJl. DRESS KIMONA CREPE, in stripes floral con-veiitloual and .lapancse -designs, 27 Inclios wide very large range of colors to chonsc; 1 A ^ from. Week-end special, per yard ..... X^C OMO DRESS SHIELDS, regular shapt- cloths of odorless Nainsook in 5 sizes, regular n C 45 and 50c. Week-end special ......... JDC SILK TAFFETA RIBBONS, C in. wide, heavy nuality and sjiiendid range of colors. tyn Week-end .special, per yard ........... CoC 24-lnches wide BABY FLOUNCING, flno Swiss embroidery, lovely work on fine Egypt- O O _ ian muslin. Week-end special, per yard OoC LADIES' SILK BOOT HOSE, with double lisle garter tops and double sole, white only O C per pair............................ �tUC Candy Special LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES, milk shapes, or sjiecial per lb. Friday and Saturday .. JuC The Great Sale of Ladies' Footwear eoiitiniie Friday and Saturday, valiie.s from $;^.5() to .$0.50 SALE PRICES $1.99, $2.99 & $3.99 PER PAIR Special Values in Curtain Scrims and Nets BUNGALOW NETS, 40 and 45 inches wide, iu wiiile, ivory and ecru shades, special OC^ per yard ......................... LiDC HEMSTITCHED MARQUISETTE, iu heavy quality. In white, ivory and ecru Q(J^ shades. Very special, per yard ..... J