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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAIirH 18, 1915 THE I, K T HI? HI I) fi E D A .1 L t u E.R A L D PARE FIVE Diamond Ring FREEH! Absolutely Given Away At tlie j-eqisosl oi' hundreds of disappointed who were not to secure one of our 25e parcels hisl Siil.nnlny, we have deckled to give the public one more opportunity of an- ticipating in Another 25c Grab Sale ami our jnnn are now busy packing up the balance of Splendid Glassware, China and Crockery, representine: Ilie lialunce of (he Kirklmni stock, Iliiinlreds of every kind of Glasses will be wrapped up (ogcl'licr with thousands of pieces of Useful Ciwlusry, C'Jiinn, etc.. find lo every purchaser we arc giving' a ticket which will entitle them to a draw on the Single Slonp Diamond King a beautiful blue steel, and valued by n local jeweler at There will be 5 minor prizes in addition. The Prire Drawing will take place aL 9 o'clock Saturday Eveninq. Get your-Grab early. The Parcels Will Contain Surprises. GRAB CRYSTAL CRAB! KIRKHAM'S OLD STAND, 6th STREET. POSITIVELY THE FINAL WIND-UP S. dill, ivlio Jolnou Hit) ISth Mount od Infantry at Uurdnton, Houn soi- ioiiBlv HI wllh iuJpeiidlclllB. Ho lias uu- d'jrwono an operation llud In Ilig favoniljly. .Mrs, Hill, la at Clird. wllh him. .lames ICcunedy, ii'lso'ot Hie 13th'E. SI.71., liceii aul'forlni! I'roin lliro'at trouble. ed and Bhoilly. He had Ills throat Lo SI Austin's cimrcl, is to have a Tcnn'ls Wuli tliis vcar. The courls wjl] 1'rcscnl. lie OH (ho new church site .1 the cor- r ol ISIovcnlil St. and Voiirtl, AVF. A meetiiiK is called for Wcilnesilay cv- 'oiK "Ml (JlurcJl aad this ear- ly notice is so that all who arc iiitwcslcd may keep the date free from other engagements. bride was assisted by IliT sinter, Miss Itutli TliuniaH, and [v.ulvwim of "Miiclnofl, KliplHU'U-d Hie 'Only tlie iiium'illnK! flienils u[ tlic piirlieu wen1 incsnlt, .Al- ter u wedding Dr. 'lYilcl li'ft for Calvary, wll'ulfi-.Uiey will ii few ilavs (Ju Ui'ciH return tlicy. "ill lake their ri'niduniT uii SI. MeCUI.I.CH'CII-CllAllLTOX wedding look plucc on Wed- nc'sttaj-, March KlUi in the (Munch of at llillctcsl, ..Mis'ii ICII'iulicth ClmrHiiH.'oMIillcTc.sl, tinil .Mr'. A. K. .McUullo'di. o! I'iudwt Creek wero uniLeil in lioly; Iliiiids o! inatri- liioiiy'. 'The iiei'tonne'd1' by t'lin Kcv. Shires of Cnlcman. Miss I lithe-! 'JharUun assisted Uw hridl- j aud'Mr. W. While was Ijcsl A nuniher of I'incher rivck [rieiul.s i well as those of were I i in and inrh- BOOTS A very successful whist drive was Iicld in "St. llary's- Parish hall on Tuesday evening under the auspices of HID Companions of the Forest. Thci first lady's prize was awarded Mrs. Harrison', lirst gentleman's Hut- Ion, second lady's Mis. Dolld. I tlcinail's Mr. Dyers, consolations, CONDEMNATION AND OTHERWISE OF FOOTWEAR ISSUED TO THE MILITIA oilawa, Onl., JIarch Vcstenlay grn Miss Arnold and Mr. T.. Hooker, j was strong comlciiiualion frcin Dainty refreshments u-crr sericil the j or the noois suj.lilkMl Hit sol- ladies. The nest drive will he held on Today Ilie boot cuiumiltpe Tuesday, March licara "another side. .Major W. A. ol' [he .Umy All young men and young women Service Corps, Kingston, was wearing interested in their future should hear i the sump bpols that WIM-C issued lo Harold- 1-1. Uilhart at Westminster Uiini at Val Curlier on l.i church tonight, speak" on' j lust, and he told coniniitl'-'e Uuilders ol Tomorrow." A prominent or iiujulry lliia moniins ihiit Ihey wcra ininister slated that this was one oijin Rood order after s-lx nioniloi" use. the very liiiest addressed ior young Ho Look [hem orr and sboivcil them to people he ever heard. You will also I tho members. Tlie soles re lack- eniov the musical program. Special eil. nut thai was all tlic renair nncili-d. selections, chorus choir, trio and in- Ueut. H'liitdy of [lie 2iuli ol To- strunicntal. j ronlo said the first issue ilicy had i M-as .rroniXovenibei' 9' to J.leceinbor I. Hcv C. A. flyers, 11. A., associate 'A Hoard "'was lield December secrctarv of the I'rcshylcr'iaii Hoard and it found thai many or Ihe; i of Sahli'ath schools and YOUIIR 1'co- iplc's socicM'c.s, will spend Sunday and BANK OF VANCOUVER WILL BE WOUND UP Vancouver, B.C. March pite promises, tho IJank oE Vancouver did re-open its doors yesterday. Throughout the entire day there was a large'crowd waiting to see if the doors would open, so that deposits -would be those in whose name thoy ap- peared. The sixty days' grace has now GXplr6d, allowed by the Banking Act. .Efforts have been made to secure tho nccess'nry to take care of tho depositors, but without avail, ami no'w all that remains is for the creditors to take, hroceedfngs lo have (he 'concern Steps to this, end .were taken (oriay waen four petitions were presented. ASSERTION OF SURVIVORS DIS- PROVED BY STATEMENT OF ORAMA OFFICER How To Make the QuickestjSimptestCoug Remedu Valparaiso, JIarch rlcl-ailcd" account" oi 17.- the In the first battle ofl boots were worn out nt llu; soles, 2.- i'OO boots being issued lo Ihe Iwo ual- Monday in I.cthbviclgu. On Sunday J Laliotis nt Toronto and 3iS lieins re- fnorriiug lie will speak at St. An-1 inrucd an bnd. The stock diew's "and in tlie evening at Knox. He kncu- lie was laUcing auont, On Moiulai evening at KnDi" be will- deliver aii'addrcss on "Uuilding Hoy- whicli will be protusEly illus- trated with lantern slides. "for he had been manufacturing-boot: At Val Cartler the. first SOD boots Issued to his battalion were good, uui alter that they got cowhide ouots. A social gathering of more tlian .NTEnNED common juicrcst was held in fire liall''" number one, on 'ruesday evening, j when a concert and (lance was Riven by the men ol the brigade. Dr, Camp- bell, who trained the firemen's class in first aid, presented the tallowing eight men with their St. John's me- dallions, the highest award possible to ohtniil Captain Hardy. Lieut. Barklay, Lieut Hhort, Firemen HJS- lop, McWilliams, H. Short, Baker and Lilhurn. The class has been in train- ind under Dr. Campbell for three! GERMAN SLIPS .OUT Liner'Had Been Held In Port of Can- ary Islands London, 4! Arch A mspfilch to the Daily Mall from I-ns Pal HIM, Can- arv islands, dated ALonday, says: ''The interned Gerluan liner Mace- donia disappeared from ihis port dur- ing Uin 'n'c Macedonia Fleming, of the British, cruiser Or- ifar'ne't, Kay araa, today denied that the German cruiser Dresden was sunk hi neutral waters. "The Dresden about 12 miles the point of Juan Fernandez Isl- towed here liy n Spanish cruiser [rom Falma last Xovemben and was incor- ed in the inner harbor, 'where the authorities removtdlpails of her ma- chinery. presumed that'the confiscated parts were duplicated, thus enabling Important Displays of Spring Merchandise Make the Store Most Attractive These Days The Season's Best Values in Good Boots for Men and Women are at the Hudson's Bay Ladies' Hliidicrs .fiL'.-W This line or Ladies' Illudiers i-onics in sr- Icctcd Ian culf and is unc o[ our AQ most models; ?'J.OO values Ladies' Oxfords Ladies' Oxfords in Uuiluii and liluchcr moil- niPlal, All Tin's lioinc-raada syrup used in more homes tlian nny otlier covah Jis cnso Jina certaintj' in conqucrinir couslm, h and when we sighted said Lieut. Fleming. "We at once gave chase, "The ctuis- cr Glasgow led, tlic Kent close be- hind, ami the Oraraa trailing slightly closed into re. She fired Ihe Dresden's in tlie rear, -ihi: short range and c. several shots before coiiEhB, and throat colds several shots hftlore the Dresden's remarkable. You can nctunHy Tecl it got into action. All the time A n. lake hold. A.day's use will usually over- the Germans'kept running in toward at thl _.. t jrn ,1 pans oupiiuui-uu, CHUUHHO "Si- r.srts toward Lhc success of the occa- io be composed SlOn. _r dnvoi; The Ci. F. Club will meet with Mrs. L. H. Foivler, 301 ptli Aye; A. S. to- tho ordinary even cliini astlima and winter couctiH.' Get from any drupRist ouncet of lier the Dresiien's [50 cents wour afire, and it was morrow afternoon. A business meeting of the Christian church will be Jielil tonight at eight o'clock in Uic vestry of the church. Mr. B. Ryan, Supermlendcnt of Missions, will be present. A lull at- tendance is requested. most enjoyable evening .was spent he "auditorium of thii'- Central the coast I school last night.- when ;.ttic "The Kent swung in to head her school literary society put: on oH Before tlie Kent opened fire on Irish concert. The auditorium was filled and go suppo of war and fil plain {jranulatccl eujinr syrup, you, nt n, cost of only 54 cents, of Letter couch syrup than you could buy for Tokos Imt a lew minutes to Ha, lircpnrc. Full directions with Pinor. Ltastcs pood and never spoils. Ion will bo -pleasantly surprised to note how quickly it loosens dry, ho'arei UT tiirht coughs, and heals upper works were i plainly seen that) over. judging from the applause to the efforts of the pupils, it in a was an entire success. The. entertnin- dozen shells nicnt was supervised by Miss 31- V. the white Ucnnctl of tlie High school staff and to her credit is due ior the success take oti her crew. WUliiii a few of the affair. All of tlie pupils taking reached her Part wcre lr'sh or 'descent, lerc was" a-terrific explosion, Iand re and the cruiser went down. The storv I Ireland's "bamt Patrick were had fired Jess than when the Dresden ran up We were ordered to stand by rememberin 'c-vi iiie irlsS that the Dresden was sunk in neutral dcni. The lollmnng items composed n a nainfnl cmmli. It Btopa the formation of plilozni in the waters is nonsense, and can be (lis- i the program e tiront ami bronchial tubes, thus cndlni; coventrated compound of RCnuine Norway pine ex- tract, rich in jruaiacol, which is so heal- the membranes. hull" Chairman s C. Feir. here praise for the British Tot their scnooi gins, I work of rescue, and asserted positive- lril1 accompaniment. that the cruiser was 'sent to the "Pcoplicuy Concerning Future oi this preparation. ronto, Out. The Pincx-.Co., To- to tlic boats. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue llibboii, Ilie name signifies all that is bcsi. Always ask for Blue Coffee, Bnking clcr, Ten, Spices, Jelly Powders and Exlracls. They will give pcr- fccl satisfaction. Von may lie Uic bcsl cook in the world bill if the leaven you use is poor you cannot gel satisfactory results. Always HSU Blue Ribbon Baking Powder, jt makes theJiglit- est and best pastry and cakes. Fairies. Heading Higli School Paper Mr." Walker Duuliam, Editor. Cluh song jiccom- panrv.enl, Sweet Irish Rose..i Helena Simpson, and K.nf.lilecn Virtue. National Anthem. OUR A quiet wedding was celebra'teiUat1 the home of the bride's imr'ents, Mrs. Patriclc, 320 Seventh avenue S.outh, yesterday afternoon, "when Alias '.Bea- trice Armour was united in tlie lio'iy bonds of matrimony to -Mr. W. H. Picfra. tftov. G. If. Cobbledick offlclat- eu. The bride attended by Miss Clara Patrick, while the groom vwaS snintorted-hy K. IJ. gai-3'- The happy'couple left" b'V the 4.30 Irnlu yesterday for a short trip, after which they will reside'in Shel- I brooke, Saak. I At Wcslev parsonage this afternoon, i hy Rev. G. H. Cobblp.ilio.k, Miss Clco Belle Orr and ,ltr. C'iiircnce Maxwell I3ahlwhl of Rlvur Bow, Alfa., ware lin SHY ON PASSOVER BREAD Not Made Right, Owing to War Reg- ulations Venice, via London, March Jewish population of Vienna, augment- ed by Galician fugitives, is greatly exercised ever the question of ;imB30vor .bread, which, lias not been 'prepared, in accordance with the Heb- rew'ritual, owing- to the war. ralibi hns-jud_uqed the goy- efnrjie'nt to consent-Lto a wholesale dis- tribution of potatoes to-orthodox Jews during ihe fenst of the passover, and 300 tons have already been given out. lea i hoHJ i Spring inoduls. L25 "K" on Ilicst- Smurl Spring lii.sisi in "K" i'.ools for men. hifilt only, IM-SI. ff iiiaiiship; all our S'MKi "K" Itnuis.. Miner's Boots Miner's HoolK, gooil heavy work lj< Mm kind fur Hie miner's rough use. ff values for Uonls Children's Brown Vici Kid BOOLE; ir.ps up (o T 99c Your Money Will go Much Farther in the Hudson's Bay Dry Goods Section GLASS dinuk design, ly Pur Van! HUCK ISxUS; all Mcininoil Jiild ready lo use, fi dor., jialr TABLE sliglilly imperfect, sizes 18 ami -0 ins. Regular and :iOc TABLE pun: Irish Linen: sizes '.'2 (o '27 inches, seconds, fine grades. 1'ricc each SHEER LAWN 'W fiiin FUininer drese Per Vunl inoli widLlis, suitable for s, regular -10c; LADIES' Lawn, S for Pur iicins. for.. LADIES' Linen, BLEACHED inches wide our special impon. heavy weight, i Per TABLE pure liuen; full iiit'hps ivido; J'Joral find i lioual designs and 5c 10c 10e Linen: 12ic for 25c 25c 25c 27c liuen; .T27c -ATTENTION! MENU- MEN'S blue in spriug all pure ivooi, J'aet (.'olor, all sizes. Regular values MEN'S a few more Lo go on sale. Smarily tailored jjiodels in L-ne.st novelty colorings and Wilues to MEN'S of stock of these ilun'." Caps in tweeds mid worsteds. All col- ors and sizes in llio range Values up to 99c spring styles in light 75c grey full und tweeds, in sizes 7. VOUT choice; whiln ilioy lust...... CANVAS while Canvas Gloves, with gauntlet regular 20c pcr'pnir. pairs for WQRKING lined Working. Gloves'in's'slected horsehide; all sizes; Regular values to 51.50 ___......... 75c Days of Great Savings in Needs for the Home Inlaid Lino on Sale ;SAVED FROM OPERATIONS By Lydia E.Pinkhom's Vege- table Compound Own Stories HercTolJ. ilod in marriage. Montana. They "will reside'in A quiet wedding was the Hcv. A. A. Lj-tle, Pincher Creek, on Sunday, March Mth, at the home of tlie bride's parents, when Hiss Lily Conibclle Thomas, eldest .daugh-', ter of Jlr. and Thomas of; Fishljurn, liccamc the bride of Dr. II. A. Gcerins, of Pincher Tlic Edmonton, Albertn, Can. it is no more than right for me to thank you for what your kind advictf and Lydia B. Pinkham'a Vege.te.ble Compound have done for me. "When I wrote to you some time ago I was a very sick woman suffering1 from female troubles. I.bad-organic influm- matign and could not stand or walk any distance. At last I was confined to my .bed, and the doctor said I would to go through" ah operation, but this I refused to do. A friend advisedLydia B. Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound, and now, after using three bottles of it, I fccUike B new woman. I most heartily recommend yourmedicine-tq airwomen Ihava also Lydia E. Pinkham'i Liver PilU, and think fine. I will never be without the medicine in the FRANK EMSLEV, 903 Col- umbia Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. The Other Case. Beatrice, after my mar- riage, my left side began to pain me and tlie pain got so severe at times that I suffered terribly with it I visited three doctors and each one wanted to operate on me but I would not consent to nn op- eration, I heard of the good Lydia E, Pinkhiim'B Vegetable Compound was doing (or others and I used several bot- tles of it with the. result that I hftven't bccii botlicredSvithinr ildc aince then'. rim in'good health and I bave two little Just, tliree pieces of Inlaid piece two tone green, anoLlier pieco red, black and hluc liJocfc; another grey, tan and cream 'block. Just three pip.c.cs.. Regular tliey last, per square yard i 3C More Curtains at White, cream and a rah Curtains in strong Not- tingham-La-ce; good valuo at ?1.50; ff 4 .pretty designs. Per pair ...........5 I -UU Clearance of Glasses 5c i- HeaAy Glasfj of-thorn; fluted base; good for every- day. use. Price., each w C Cbiigolcuui I5c Yard 'J'lte Conffoleiim is yard ividc, extra heavy weight'and "is adapted Ior roofing or floor covering. Com05 in black Regular ;GOc. Per yard .1 wC 8tTiniS Color Borders Just, three nieces of this .ueautifitJ Dotted Scrim with floral borders .ia roae and tan; 36- inches ivirJa, Regular -lOc; per yard... 30c 25 Walt 30c Tungsten Lamps .t 40 Watt 60 Watt 40c 50c Extra Special in Waists We consider, ourselves fortunate in being able to.'secyre'and offer to you Ihis line of Ladies' Waists. Material is sheer White 'Voile. Style, is .long sleeves, dainty collars and lovely .embroidery fronts. While they laat House Dresses 99 Cents Neat designs in .House. "Creeses. Colorings are cadet, navy and ftlack in atrlped. eE-. [ect; good GirighamE. .lust the kind for mpr- mns wear; re's Shredded Wlicai; 3 for. IUI lliC- WM Potato Plour, for puddings. cakes and gravies; Soap; -Per packet Cblr Dr. Jackaou's Roman Meal; per jiackage pound 1 U.C Libby's Hawaiian SoaDI Per liar ww, No. 2, tall; Soap; Rice; 40c for wUG D6 Lis tbrtind Salmon; finest 'Sock-eye, is, 4 Tor Ivippered Herring; 2 for Herring in Tomatoes, large size, -2 for 25c 2 for fcwC Oranges, large '.ilze; Per dozen 1 WV Oranges; Email, size; 4 A. Per dozen ___ 1 packets tor'. Snap Hand Cleanser: QSifl .2 for fivC'. Hlltlson Bay Lye; .Per tin Toilet Lilac, ROBC and Canned Tomatoes 3 for 5 pounds for Glycerine; :'S tor COG Beauty, Yelloir Violet Glj'- .Beans., and "Corn; Per -can Spies, Ben Davis and G.-ino; all No. 1; 0C -Per box 1 iOW 3 for COU Swift's Glycerine Tea or Coffee Soap, 4 for CWV are without doubt honest value; Qflft Per pound Onions; Blackwell's Vinegar, per bottle CvU FRIDAY 4 Celery, Lettuce 'and fineBt Fea- Iherstrlp, per pound fiwlf. (impounds1 Swift's Ham, .half or whole, per pound Dutch Cleane'er, Patiahin'e and Polly Prim; Jam. Old Country KeiK ler's, 4 pound pail Strawberry, Black Currant, Apricot Swift's Bacon, sliced; Per "ounrt ___ Crlaco poundR pounds 35c for C9C Sunliglit Soap; 11 tars for 9UC Litebuoy Soap; IJ'ibars for Damaon W Pure Maple Syrup; Pride of Canada, quart vlllf gallon 1 90c 1 gallon FRANCE BUYS DACIA CARGO Paris, March French For- eign' it Is 'understood, has de- to' buy the cargo of cotton aboard i ibe steamship Dacla. whicli was seized' by 'French cruiser and taken into Brest, on :i voyage froin (he United1 Stales to'Rotterdam. The cotton Is valued at about and It been by the own- ers ojLtlve vessel .iiial tlic French gov- ernrtiiiitrpurchasd the cargo. The dlr-positlon of the ship must bo view is clear.'.The'French pointed out, does iiot pcrinit the fer of a ship' hetongiiffr (o'a hostile country to a neutral during war. The Daciu belonged tormni'iy to the Ha'iii- burg-Amcrican line hofore she chaiiB- etl her registry, aml-: becnriie -iin- ericaii ship after the outbreak of hos- tilities.'. ANOTHER. BRITISH VICTIM. OF GERMAN TORPEDO March British steamer LCRUwarden, uqunj Cicm Lon-Jtondou. don far HarHnpen, has been lornedoeil h.v the German U-2S, (our mJies southeast of, the. Maae (Holland) llgHtship, to Ifeuler's correspondent. The crew of 17 men were given fU'6 luinuteR (o take to their which the submarine towed a pilot steamer was niet. The'men iftre then transferred to the pilot boat and. landed at the.Hook of Holland..', The Leeu'wardea was a croafl nel steamer ot 374 "Wai cd by the Steam Co. ;