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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAUCH 1915 THE L-E'IVII BRIDGE BAJILV HKUALp PAfiE FIVE Tl, THE LADIES'STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block; Moderate Prices Newest Imported Millinery Creations Ori and Sale Tomorrow dUR OPENING DISPLAY Beautifully Trimmed Hats (n the Smartest and Styles 'of' Ihe entire season, bought extra late to be oure of their and offered to the women of Lcthbridge for the first time tomor- row in ad. their completeness. .75 to .50 Fisk recognized leaders of all American makes, together with other celebrated lines, .in a great variety of colors and models suited to every type of face .75 to Prices, too, will suit every purse; the handsomest and meet attractive from lo Sfl.bO. See Thorn! Very Cheap I Suits PURE WOOL SERGES fN C 1 7 Cfl NAVY, TAN, ETC.......... Undonfutcdly tho very best garments wo have ever sold ;it the price. Coats silk lined, Hare skirts with yoke, etc1. Gossard Corsets THEY LACE IN FRONT and Tho. complcle- new Spring Klnck juat to hand by L-xpress, including models for every Lyjic ul" ligure al vtry mode-rate cost. We are Sole Selling Agents in Lethbridgc for this line. New Style Skirts IN PURE. WOOL SERGES AND TWEEDS ''Handsome models'- iviih llarc effects, soiuu pleated style mid fiincy mix Lures, i A big sale tomorrow ____ 1.75 SENSATIONAL FOUR DAY SALE OF LINEN Seldom, milord. Ilitil we im1 I o ofl'rr n !isl like ihis iu Lin- ens and I) IT Goods. housewife slinulil avail liei'sell" ol' this oppor- luuiiy lo lav in a slim1 of Household Linen. The sale eoniniencVW''lomoi1- ;ind continue-; all week. The followniji' prices will convince von: lOc Huck Towels lOc Table Napkins Manufacturer's Seconds Table Napkins. All pure, fine Irish Linen in beautiful designs and finish. Some, have a slight de- fect in weave wliiie arc over-bleached. Nothing to hurt the wear, however. Sizes 18 and 20 inch. Regular 20 to 30c each. Table Linens Unbleached Table Linens. This line ia warranted all pure linen and is full 5G inches The designs are pretty florat ef: fects "and conventional ef- fects. A very high grade cloth. Linen Huck Towels. Jqit about 6 dozen psirs oi these in a bargain breeze. Those a.re all hemmed ready to use nrrj are 18x30 inches in size. ThiHplaced them on gale at once. Worth ?1.00 .any place.. Our Price Uw w Infants' Shirts, Rnb Dry Towels 15c hoarse or. Ijjibt coiifdi andiJullUs mid Hoothcs 11 puinful coiiRb-in alnir-r-y, -With (L persistent..Jooso cough it stopa.'tlie Jor- mation of phlcpm in thc'throat aritl'bran- cliinl tubes, thus -aiiiioying hacking. Plncx '13 a of ffenti.inG. puio- eitruct, j rich.in and-is fampijia tTioVorld over for its aplcmKd effect in'bronchitis. whoQpinp eolith, bronchial asthma and winter coiichs. 72 Inch Sheet U7c Hlfiwrhrd inches wide, our own spec- ial imjiort, 'heavy Knglisi} COILUJI. from drp'sfiiiis. -EXTRA SPECIAL per yard...... So 3 G Brown Linen lOc Yard Hnai-y Uroun Rough Unen. -12 inches wide, suited Tor Children's Dresses.' All iiure EXTRA SPECIAL per yard ___........... I UC Lawn 25c Yard inch fine Sheer Lawn, Full suited for drosses, exceptionally line iiuality. lleeuhir. 4Qc .-yard. EXTRA SPECIAL, yard bWU Ladies' Handkerchiefs oC line quality tawjn. with, neat, half inch EXTRA SPECIAL 8 for 25c I i cs" JIa 11 d ken 'li i el's' This line of Ladies' Handkerchiefs is pure linen, hemstitch ml. and inch hems- EXTRA SPECIAL, 3 For Glass Towelling lii inrii Ulass Towelling in m-al Wim and white Check. JVr _ EXTRA SPECIAL..........................OC Table Napkins More manufacturer's seconds; line grades, sizes 11 10 '21 inches. Regular oi) and EXTRA SPECIAL, each Special Sale of Shamrocks and Green Carnations, here Tomorrow The. Society Kuca .church Us .regular meeting last.ufght. '-vjicri cd a 'on the Soli'd Poiuidations by Miss Derriiig- f Thp. Canadian.-. Order ,6f Clioscn Priends are. hold dance .on F.n- will lie liy jii'vitalion oulr.-fWhich .may. lie ob- tained .-from any; .ot -the GEPANY BLOCKADED SO THAT GERMAN GOODS OR SHIPS CAN NOT USE HIGH 1 To avoid disappointment in making The Ladies1 AiJ o{ the First J3ap- tjiifl, oak your dniRgiat for "2W ouncca 't-ist church the home of nnd don't accept anvthinff else. Urj-c "iofiq Jth avpnm> A euarantcc of -Mti'sfsetfim- or- fe; money promptly- refunded, 8 reparation. nU n; with thia aitprnoon at 2..iQ The Pin ex Co., Toronto, o'clock. the Jadiep are naked 10 "London, Mafcli IfH The- British j a" German-port after March 1, -l-fUn, t he -restored U> him government's plan, in co-operation J and hiring on hoard goods wliicli ace i feeds should be-paid him or-'Ear such its Allies of cutting on trade Lo 'nf enemy origin or arc ,enemy prop- joUier order as. the circumstances'' iii'' and iionfOicriDaiij' wiis unnouuccd to-icrty may lie.' tliiy' in London, ill. cunLain.s drastic i such The Vanta Vost for new idea, better than Reuben! Shirts; they won't "work Comes in fine cashmere CrtX The last of these larffe white double warp "Rub Dry" Toivela we will be able to sell you at so low a Per pair OUC New Spring Underwear RYLANDS GO. CORSETS, HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR OUR SPECIALS ..Band Committee Has Full Power The band committee has been given full power to operate the Lcthbridge City Band. llegsra. Brymner and Smith, who were recently appointed to the committee 'with Mr. Miebach, con- ferred with the eoirimiEsjoiiers this morning, -when, it was decided that the buMiiess m'ectins or the members of. Leaf Chapter, OJti S.; fyyi be held" tonight, .at S o'clock prpoipt, in the Masonic hall. Many important matters. ;will be discussed and i1, large attendance'is requested. Tluj first anniversary supper and concert oi HIP new-.Wesley .church last bofly slionld have full power to act, i was a distinctly pleasant and :-'ns the commissioners, were-noc in a 'successful .affair. tallies allrao- to'Care for-thV instruments lively laid, 'and each presided over by, ''intelligcncly.-'and "would .know and. sctvcrf -in home-like 7-su ion with n most fippeluing menu, fa ii _, [f [were filler.! several, ,limcs. Ji'oMowing i m custody.-Dl I the .supper a. high class concert was court. only for holding up ships tu ami from German [foils but Tor confiscation of goods- OI German origin oi destination which are ship- ped from -neutral, ports, ilairt: provisions arc as follows mercliafit vessel which fsLiildrl-ifrbm her nirt'of departure af- ter Marciri', sliall he allowed lo proceed on her voyage to any Ger- this vessel receives :i pass enabling her to proceed tu ..some neutral or allied port to be named in thc goods _ required to .HriLish pr port. (Jouds so discharged 'in a Brit- ish port shall be placed 'in the' ''cus- tody oi ihr marshal of the -prize -lor MIC i'.asc may'r "Tlie piactiCc and jirocediiti oi prize court' shall, so: far AS ipplk1.- aide, bu ful lowed mutatis- mutandis, in proceedings, ronsequenial -upon ihis'onlcr. merchant', vessel, wni'ch has cleared'for :a'neutral port a British or 'A 1 fieri'port of heen allowed to puss having an Icnsiblc to a neutral pqrfct" cu.n-stances deem lo'bc lust, provided enemy that no proceeds of the si c of such v liable i-tv condemnation.- -1" .Vo'thfng in 'shall be. (Iceincd to: afleot the of or -roods'to capture ot' independently.-.of court, and If use of Uis sliall laincd or sold unJer the direction of thc prize court. Tihc..pniceeds of the. iiooils so sold shall be .into, the court and be deajt .with in such a manner as the court in ay in the-'cin- shrill be paid out oi the court; uuiil the conclusion of peace. must-lie iHs-J.in appHcqtion of }nc Ctowii, unless it. be shown f of the the goods had become neutral London, March tnry of War Earl Kitchener gave a brief re- view of tho war situation In the House ot Lords this evening. ITC said lhat only trench fighting had been pusslblo for many weeks past, but that Una had not affected the morale of the Tlrl- l.iah troops. Recent occurrences in the fighting urouml Chappclle and IGpinette showed how sncccBSfully tho Jlrillah (roops have been able to take the offensive. _ He referred to the gallantry shown by the soldiers ut India, and he spoke hlglriy of the French army which, he aald, had nindc important progress at various yofnts along the h'ne, cpcclHlIy In Champagne, where the. soldltfs o'f the Ttepiililic had given evidence oC niurked tenacity. The situation In tlie- Dardanelles TVBB 'well In band, the speaker declar- ed, but lie tv.is unable lo say more, than has appeared in the preao. I Progresa In thc work ot equipping tritain's new army had been aerlouaiy hnmnerpd by failure to set .sufficient and the "neceaaary factory facil- ities, he said. "Tlie supply ot ma- terial is now and [orrthe next month or two will be a very serious consid- eration, it is cansins me serious anxiety. It is absolutely essenlial'that the output of ammunition he increas- ed. To do so IB of. the most imnortnuce lo the oporatlone in the Continuing along 'these subjects, Enrl Kltchcnor urged firms In certain Unca to place their spare labor and ma- chinery at the.disposal of, the .govern- ment. Ho 6lid Ii6 cooSfldered thai men engaged .Jn the supplying or munitions' were serving their country as much na the meiuln the'field, and that a med- be iBsuedito worker's on mun- itions of'war on the successful ter- mination of hostilities. Tho health of the British troops was rema'rkftbly good, was another state- ment of the Wnr Secretary, and a striking test of the value.of inuocula- Uon. gifen .in "the church jauditorium. Rev. if not con- Mr, Cobljlcdick occupied the chair and txabnniP if not requi- D. Ross led in'the opening.pray- for-llic use of !Rcv. sjru. Dcnobii and Col. Page; be restored by uifdei; ,oi.. the'court, ;avc'shori and .interesting addresses, I and -npdn slithil'ternist'. ds' the couftj c T Shepherd'in his two1-----' I rcAfJinps. greatly." pleased ,the aiidicnrp Trie 'followiiig musical numbers were so-heartily received that inost of the performers were "forced to respond to hearty ejicoros Clarinet Chandler! Bass VI..A. FultiE., Ivy Daw.son. TPiilno J. Nelson. HCSSMJ Hazel. Clarinet on Bo- hemian -Mrs, "Chandler. j m.iy- in1 property before issue .of this oir- ticr and provided also that, nothing hciein, shall prevent' (he pf. neutral pfopei'ty oivGHcniy origin on application of the proper, of ihe clown." person, be rnto or have...any.-.claim in in list be Allied Mcltlrum; D. 'C. JJcIndoe. Battery. Gori Save, the King. jVt--such ports ish 'ptiri; shall -placed in tho of the prize [court, and if .not -requisitioned for writ in'thc prize court against ..the" proper officer of the crown ;and applv ihould order. "Eightli N'otiring in. -this ortlcu sliall preiTiit thc relaxation of provisions of tliis 'order in respecb-to the merchant, rcssels !of any which declare that poininerqc -intenii- ed for or originatntg-in enjoy o German supjerfs "sliall iroLection o! iis -lag." A .Lutheran church; costing J50.DOU, i-aR dedicated at Berlin. Tlicrc H-ete applications lirarian of the St. Catharines Public Library. .Briden, of, Grims'by; WHAT EXPLAINS ITS ENOKM'OUS POPULARITY Is always the same perfect Ns quality never changes. Users know it is the Best Tea. .Ask for if by i Ihe use of His Majesty shall be rc- 20th ,taincd ilircctibri of Ihe prize court. "The .proceeds of the goods so sold shall be Paid into'the. court- and dealt! with in silcli a' m'aniier as thc court j ivrny in thc circumstances deem to be j just, provided that no proceeds of tlie f sale of such goods shall be paid out" of (.h'e court until the conclusion of peace except on application oi a pi'o- pcr oflicnr ofithjj. Crown, unless it he' showu'.tliat the, goods had become neutral property b'cloi'c the issuance "of this ami provided also thaL jioLhiiig-'hcrpil'ft lease property laden at encjjiy port on. thc application ol tlie proper olliccr.tff the' "Thin! Kvcry- merchant vessel which sailed from her port of depar- ture after March on jher way j lo-a nor t. o a-German po.tt nnd carryinp; g'p.ops .with mi enemy Jes I i nation, or which arc enemy pro-j iicrly, may be. required to discharge uch fljtilish. or Allied prt. Aiiy''iboTlSf uischatgcd in name Send thfj Advertisement with 25 cenli Ribbon. Limltsa'j' Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook JBook, Iht best cook book for use In Weitern Canada. Write na'nic and addreii plainly. such ipprt. i lift t ish port slmll he placed in tlie (custody of ihp marshal the prizp jco.urt and unless IhcyJ.are contraband war, shall, it riot requisitioned tor the use Hjs.r Majesty, hve restored liy, an order .of.ilic. court upon such court -'may in tlie clr- hj' jiisUflcd to .the person, and pro- Vjfled "yiat" this art-iclc not .ap- pfy in''u'ny'case falling wit-fiih: articles or 4 of this order. Erery merchant I'e.ssel than Are you worried about Baby a'great worry lo mothers who are 3 uiiablc tp nursestUeitbabies themselves: Ordinary at not a suitable suh- stilute for tlie, mother's milk. It is.acid in reliction, contains, harmful germs'niftt fonns dense curds in (he stomach that cannot''' he'digested.' Decide to use the 'Allenbiirys1 Foods which arc the only scries of Foods adapted lo Ihegrowinir .rEquireiiientBol" the child. You will be delighted Avlien yon sec liow Vvell-yourb'aby 111 rives 911 this Method of Infant Feeding. Tlie 'AlIenbn'rys''Fckyd3 free from all dangerous orpanisms; they are 'portable, being- in powder form aud> packed in sealed tins. Thc Milk Foods Nos. 1 and 2 require thc. addition, .7' hot wateri.only to prcpnretlUem for use. i: I ir" A PURE. COMPLETE AND Milk Ho. I. I rn Kill II. burgs'Foods Milk t FlMjIlEHilli. ,In, tins iliac, tai (I i indjfc. flaffs of valuable every motker ;