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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL H15 THE LKTHBIUDSC DAILY HERALD PAGE TOW A Store Full of The best list of Seasonable MerchandlHe we've yet presented. All priced specially low for Saturday buyers. SIMPSON'S-The Place for Reliable Dry Goods WOMEN'S FINE RIBBED Hint aleoye or OCn p.r Suit OOlr WOMEN'S REAL FINE RIBBED COM- Special Suit WOMEN'S VELVET FINISH COMBINATIONS Knee or ankle Par Bull O3W WOMEN'S PURE COTTON RIBBED Halt or no iletve 3 WOMEN'S F1NI RIBBED OOTTON optn or oloMd, par pair C9G WOMEN'S MORNING (alt colon, 34 to QIBLr NIGHT Fine Crepe or Nalnaook; etch NAINSOOK each BOYS' SHIRT C1 OE 9 I >Cv BOYS' WASH Price aub 45c GIRLS' TRIMMED Priced from WIDE PURE SILK HAIR Special. 2 yards tor.................... Some Attractive Dress Goods Bargains Sergos aro advancing la price aa well as other Wool Dregs Materials. We consider those Ex- ceptional Values: 42 INCH ALL Per yari O9C (Colors, navy, myrtle, tan, cardinal, forown, black) 42 INCH ALL WOOL CQM yard O3C (ColorA Seltfan Blue, navy, putty and saud) LUBTRE9 fOH BATHING Nary auti Uuk. Per .Yard UUC BUNGALOW or irhlto, 38 and 40 jnohe. wide.. yard....... C3U M INCH CURTAIN 4 p_ Per yard IOC LITTLE OLIVER TWIST WASH 2 to 5 years What Do You Think of This! A Ladies' Tailor-Made UI Only six suits to be offered nt this price. Coats are quite plain tail- ored styles, well lined. The are medium lull at bottom. The materials are wool tyreeds. NEW SKIRTS-35.00 and Sklrte In nswwt itjttt Some ut much pleated, oUiora ftn Ud only at lUf. Than ralM ft.oo and............................9D.UU The Store is looking flue just now. Come In and look it over.' RQTJMANIA BEADY FOR'WAR i A Roumanian raiDO laying, ship In the Tho mines ehon-n in the picture are on mll> and can ibe dropped ever the stem and anchored at any dwirtd point with ease. MOT TERMS IN Other rntraherB got mlieil in the years, respectively, by Justice Hrnd; rnau jji convjoted ..of horse steallne. ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE unil the storm cooled pn with ijfr. Tvrecdle'ivitlidrawing the insult. M Tr, Edmonton, Apr I 16 -W. t t Smith voluntanl th opf engmwt of the tdmoBton, _pm- the ai fen and BrlUA .Columbia RailWay ladj. .tenbgrifcr and she hart to Uolore the publlf, accounts committet this" moining, but Mr. Tweedte took up the tr.ttn .nlltlnj with a lengthy tedious examination ot .Ralph Doug- ]hsi assistant government engineer, to the way In which-he hail baaed Ills conclusion, tlter examining pro- Ales.aad eitlmates tspeolally yith replaced. Mr. Tweedle. temaiked that it she lever heard anything than "liar" she wnulda't .be hurt. FRENCH CLAIM SUCCESS es aan -enimaies Mpeoisny yiin jllld the French claim to payments on a brmiant BucceS5 north 0[ ArrM. llmatei, I Tho German position, according to the B.J CT.-eom- s head in an or- 4ioV question? Smith ol the i pnny te shake ntigkts of the' Meuse, the saw it and Mr. Smith Mr Called itc eotteeer a_____________ tilde a managing more'twraid Mt. Twetdli awl Mid he lot tike tkat from any member nt Ht: Twecilfe couldn't sat It ottMUe.' Ht tkreaUned to leave and not reMn Wan witk a Bt. Mlhlal uatetablc, In (to tMtera front neither "Icle seem to raaklnf headway. Olem OMNIths and Earl Hackett tjuct two kilt The Lethbridge Flower Guild .WILL GIVE A DANCE K. of P. Hall Friday, April 23rd 90e EACH IN ATTENDANCE Mr. and MCI. Krank Summertou left this lor Test, Alberta where they will engage in faming. .Mils Isabella Donald, who under- went an operation'at the. Qalt pita] Tuesday, In lavor- ably. The Medicine Hal News the following account of the wedding ol J. E. TnmbliLy, who lor several yours ronidtU in Lethlindgi aad well known in Ij-md and orchtatra circles vary pretty wedding toolt place is morning at 8, HO o'clock Patrick's church, Altawana, Ethel LuIoiKJo, organist of il'atricic's, and daughter of Mr. and .'Wra. E. Lalontle ol tJils city, was UD- inQcriiige to Mr. J E. llay. choir leader. Father Stumor pcr- I formed the iniprcssne ceremony. "Tlie young people wero afctentied .by Mr. aiitl Sre, Frccliotte. Tho fair young bride was married in a navy blue cloth travelling suit blouse 'of hluo, veiled In silk chiffon, and j Bailor hat. She canned a beautiful liouquob o( roses ami lilies ot the I valley. The filtar was mnawd with cut and palms and Rer. Father OniJler presided at tht organ by Sam Badowsbi, vlo-: Hnist. A Her the wedding ceremony the .trinnds repaired to tlic home of the brids'H father, where a dainty breakfast awaited them, and lelt oa the morning train lor Bow I aland t .where they will make their home." The Guild of fit. Monica will meet tomorrow afternoon in St. Augue tin's Church at four o't'iock. All members are requested to be preaent. Tho Women's Auilllirj' of St. Auff- ueiln'B Church will meet Ju the PnrlBh room at 3.80 on Tuesday afternoon. This IB the annual meeting of the A., and hoped that every member will endeavor lo be yresnt. The W.A. ot St. Mary's church are holding R pantry sale in the Paris haJl on Tuesday afternoon at S o'clock. A social -will he held in the even .at eight o'clock. An arranjameut Js being umde be- tween the Women's Civic club and the T.M.C.A. for a new cla33 of girls. This class Will be for young giiie from 10 to 14 years olfl, and will be .held on Wednesday afternoon from 4.15 to G o'clock. Tweniy-flve glrla are the re- quired number to sLurt the class, and if that number have entered before Wed- nesday, April 2S, the c'mss will be started inmt evening. AccoramoiUtlou for 40 girls IB available. The first three-nunrterg of nn hour will be de- voted jo gym M'orJt and tbe remainder frisirifction. A'fee of 26 cents will be charged for the one week remalnlnr'.n-'iho month of April 'and one dollar.for the month of May. Both of these may be at once, if desired. Intending members are re- I quested to call on Mn. John Crali. Eighth street South for member- j ship tickets. QymMrws, biUilJiff fboy., preferred) and towel re- qulrftd. The ladies' committee of the local branch ot the Canadian Red Cross society arc anxious. to secure some additional assistance Irom the women ol tue city of The Dranch is informed .that the need is very great tor all kinds of J simple handkerchiefs to shirts, etc., the comlort ot the wounded at: the iront. The society's room in tlie Acadia block ts open every Wednesday from 3 to 5 in the afternoon for tbe pur- pose of members and helpers to meet and to. receive material for the gair- mciits. Ail material is van ted are women .to give their time -each afternoon, or if preferred the material can be taten home to finish. The committee feel that the matter has only to be brought to" the knowl- edge of the women ot Lethbridge in order to obtain lupm them a hearty co-operation in this patriotic and. philanthropic work. Aid j According to a flnancia] statement issued by' City Treasurer Karris the city last year paid over to the C. j T.'U. for travellers', aid woric the; sum of aa appropriation! of the remaining being, uncollected taxtjs. Street car tickets lo the amount ol 5130 were debited in error to tbe 'w. U. but were j really used by the Nursing Mission, so that the report shows (in-, eluding the 5110 unpaid as having been furnished tlifl travellere' j aid. In this connection Mayor Hardie writes the follows j enclosed statement shows clear- y How the amount of money Lo the C. T. U. for Aid pur- poses, was distributed. However, it. s necessary to point out that o[ the 5GOO grant in UU, only. WHO was laid to them and 1310 is still out standing, in taxes. The tickets, amounting to arc bopWed jointly under Travellers' Aid and Nursing Mission, and-; since She Travellers' Aid did liot USD any whole should lave been charged -'lo the Nursing The actual sum-paid over to ;the W. C. T, U. way therefore, J390. The trea'sutei must: take the te- iponsibility for -the-street'car- tickets not being carefully., allocated to the nstituttooa that uaed Yours truly, W. D. L. Hardie, Mayor. i Hudson's Bay List of Special Offer- ings For The Middle Of The Month Week End 8 p e c i a IK from the Model Purd Food Grocery Section Hiuit'R, Keystone Brand, flnwt Call fora la Canoed Frulti iJicOuoJog Peachefl, tUced or halved; Foare, In heavy syrup, a ho S tins; regu- lar 3Gc. Per tin fl UDS for Lib by'H Plneupplo, ullced, In heavy syrup, regular 20c; 2 tlni for fi tfm ror Old Country Qlngw Snnpfl, per ixyjnd Romiui Moal; Per packet faWV llup'ae'rry and Straw and Applu Jam; 5 pounil pall......... Rice, 4Vj r-ui.da for Corn, PSBB or Beane Per tin Tomatoes; 3 HOB for Corn 9Larch; 3 packets .for 3 pound poJl 5 pound pail in pound patl ............S1.46 Back Bacon; Par Huns; For pound Swift's Premium Back Bacon, ivchine sliced; Per pound Lemons; Per dozen Oranges; Per dozen Parsnips; Per pound Onions; 9 pounds for Lettuce: per pound Potatoes; Per enck Cowan's Baking Oho colate, per pound New Spring Neckwear just 55c 25c IQc 35c 25c 45c 33c 25c 13c 3c 25c 25c Extra! Imperial Creamery Butter, Hudion'l Bay' flnelt yrade Butter, Imperial guaranteed: 3 pounds lor Sunlight Soap; II bars for 3 (or Royal Crowm Per packet Sent: ?tr 2 pound bar pounds for Eggs; dozen for Fresh Strawberries; er basket' Ontoni; bunches for 50c 25c 22c 25c 25c 35c 30c 10c Hnav; all one 2Kc Announcing Many Special Values at 25 cents MEN'S NECKWEAR TiCk; untl 76c values in Men's Silk Neckwear, all the newest dwifius la American and English SHUs MEN'S nOO palra of theao Men'e Cashmere Socks m pla.n ribbed style, serviceable and strong, per pair....... 2bo CHINA TABLE Odd pieces of Bowls, Odd Plates, Glass Dish03, Sugars, Creams oto.. for IN FLOWERS SstMtisy we wo featuring a ipociu.1 sale of Potted Geran- iums. Ncrw IB the time to ie- oure your lawn decafationa. betier to piaat; 25c HOSIERY SALE AT Ladles' end CJillcteen'H Beoxn- lies Hose, black lime, guaran- teed fast color. 6% to 10. Speoial ........C9C LADIES' UNDEHWIAR Ladles1 Vests, and ad fino lisle thread, on sale In ladles' t Shoes! Shoes! AH Specially Priced Boys' School Boots Here IB an exceptionally good 3chool Shoe for toys, heavy alid durabla, sizea CO 9C 1 to 6; Special Ladies' Button Boots S4.00 values In tnla clearance "lot- of Ladles" Ounmelal Snail. Come In iwpular now button model, high heel, neat rounded toe. Regular (4.00; Sale prtee Men's Football Boots In time (or ibe .Football EHUD, famous McGregor make ot Football Boots. Spec- ial (bowing at, pur OC pair KOO and Men's Oxfords Tan and. Black Oxfords lor men, the .popular "K1' make; smart styles and good wearing qualities; CQ fS.OO values C I Dig Specials Ladies' Vndersldrte Greatly Beduoed Ladles' Unierellirts ID Satin and Moire; come in colors pur- ple, green, cerise, naTy, Belgian Blue and black; wide accordion 6T9 QK Regular J5.0D 'Hues. .Ladies', Navy Serge, Coots Juot these Ladles' All Wool navy Swse all nicely tailored, full length aejul fitting, large collore, price Week End Bale Royal Worcester Cor- sets, values Thie new .Spring model IB made of fine French Coutll, me- dium buet, very 'long hip and back, six supports, GlMB 22 lo 32 (model 220) ff 12.01} value ........9-1' I O Special in Men's Suits Week-end Sale Call and ice ttiiae Men'B Sultl. Smart pin itrlpel >nd check dctlon in Summir Suits. All imirtly tillorad throughout. C19 Cfl Week End Price I MEN'S In all Regular 4CM tnr- _ f values' for neat'. MGN'I FLANNEL Pine French flan- nel, solt colUri and cuffe, well CH made, only I BOY8' SOFT In ill colors, striped design, aolt collar and cuffo; strongly inade, .Jl.OO values BOYS' DRESS OLOVEa Material Is aelectert Dog Skin in imart ihades ot ten; C1 flft per piilr' BOYS' READY FOR YOUR INSPEC- Full rauie, juit opened up for Spring sell- ing, all elzee to 33. Smart fft Prices t6-00, ?5.60, 16.00 HMI.WU Special in Draperies Week-End 69c 11.90 values In Green Uonk'i Clolb, Ca Cloths and Brown Repp, full 50 Inch, width, aultslble for.arqnefl, oov- erlnge oovera.. Per yard... STAIR OIL 18 iacfcH wllfe, tow de- signs on sale, good heavy, quality, .flooli and blocks WALL" Hed" and 'green', one -or two yards rour rolls'" left. Per square ysro .V.'.. BISSELL'S CARPET Just ilx'.Ui this new shipment. Bare timea, pets and trouMe FIBRE Size 27x54, special quality, neat and pretty .designa. 9 I TUNGSTEN LAMPB 16 and 25 Watts M A 7! SIB 30c 40c 60 WatU 50c Watch for the Remnant Table in the Dry Goods "What's that or cord around your tintcr "Mj put It tf nmlid mt U> a ALL i HOLLAND AROUSED "WE must protest-that'the German JLoiidon "April: ]B-_Although It is 1 government will, without loss ot irtit yet; certain that a German be made responsible -for- this marine, was -responsible for the send-i violation oi the right., of neu- ine to-lhe boM6m of Hie -Butch. "al powers. sieaiiiec Katuylf 0" North The lact that the Dutch- Bovetn- der lightship' last night, the sinking'inent was dlroctly involved" jtiV of has-n-roused the Katwyk's cargo and that the, news nation; of-the Dutch people, as cvi- of Hie sinking ol the steamer Tcame dcneed ny'th'e editorials oLtlw. on top of. the announce; papers h Holland, iment 'that "foiir-fi'ufch trawiarsi. had IThe.Katwvkv V was -loaded Ibeen wiwd. with grainfrom Baltimore consigned apparen to th! Dutch gqvmnniMt, is report I "d-thflMlnig of tae.HolliEders. ed to hafe.' Is ing anchor at the Katwyk incidnt and many ru- tho eiploiion, and tojrarjis 61 diplomatlo movements in bate Men flying the Dukh flag. The Italy and the near east, seemingly Dutch Kwipalni Insist theiefort. had made. the people of England al- that no mritake could hare beenimoit forget last night's Zeppelin raid inade and that -II a German lubinar-! over Northumbwland county and tlie ila. oil ate cortlneat. Next .in interest to' the sinking ol the Katwyfc was the publication of a ".ivhito Paper" showing that Great; 'Uritain acknowledged .that- British; cruisers had sunk the German Dresden Chilean.'territorial watcrsK and had offered an spnlogy lot thlfc action of. her sqiiaGron. >j HAVANA FIGHT Tne Johnsoa-WiHard not" a howllnj suDceu Imp-fit standpoint. The tolar receipts. out br Tna.'ttKal pense of staging tile fhov TM Ho'waver, Curlejr, Jones, ,FniM'anjili Webber who financed' therllBht, wlH' clean uu with. Wlllard lw ;itht two ;