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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOl! EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 19, T SATURDAY Another and the last Chance to buy 26in. heavy close weave Natural Pongee Silk at per ya_rH_- Last sold completely cut ot' lnu nnoiher sli. pineal lin-1 arrived, and AVI the samo old price, Saturday only. Silk sold How many of these Dainty, Pretty Women's Voile, Organdy and Crepe Waists, on Sat, at This is one ol' rlie im-psl in ;iists have ever lit'en t.o offer. All the newest sluipes and values np to -32.00. The. goods ;ire strictly iVesh and right in every way, and tvill eleMr imt quickly ;il ihe price. (Sat. eaeh Window Muslins and Scrims, reg. 25c. These are offered on Saturday at per yard Pretty borders plain or floral centres, 42 ius. wide in assorted colorings. These make suitable Dining Room or Bedroom Curtains. Also Showing Special Silks Serges for the Week-End Btlyers HAS ANOTHER I DECLARES DERVISHES ARE OVER. RUNNING EGYPT MEfl- CHANT TOLD HIM SO Benin. .March German nier- chant who recently hits returned from I Egypt is authority for the declaration j that the whole ot UIR Soudan, includ- ins Khartum, anil also jmrts of Nubia, jure in possession oJ tile Dervishes. Tlit! sUiUniieuts of Uils traveller lire I published in the Zoltimsr. He describes nlso an engagement neur Fiishodn last December, in which j General Hinvlov. cf the British nnuy and number orficors, togeth- ivltli Jiliuosi -000 in tii lost Lheir The merchant in question relates a j Jslory-of the alleged uprising or Hie SiMiusei tribesmen in He ilucJares lhat tlicy ik'slroyL'il un _uis- inilinn camp neur ilie Pyramids on .'Novcmlicr 19. killing 200 Australians capturing mill provisions. Later, in large fon-f. not less than SOP- IH'O, ihey overflowed HiC entire prov- ince oC Fayum, and destroyed all rail- including tlie line. In December they destroyed the Alex-! undria-Cairo railroad, near Dtinianbur. Thonsumls of tribesmen responded to the appeal o[ Uiu Dervishes anil on December of ilieni inarched in the direction 0C Fashoda on' Nile, where General Hairley opposed them with (5000 troops. Of the men under Hnv.-ley all the native soldiers deserted to the Dervishes, leaving him willi on'y -000 men. Most "oi'iliis continent iras killed and Gen- eral Hawley and all liis officers Tell. commanding the Der- vishes, had MI his'prisoners decapi- tated. As a result or (Ms victory all Ihe natne chiefs joined the Dervishes, who. on January 1, look possession of the imuortant military post at Nesser, hi the district of Seunaar. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Block EASTER WEARABLES IN GREAT VARIETY Suits. Coats, Skirts, Millinery and other. roqulBltofi for your own pertjonal use, shown liore now In great variety srd.1 iliiin nuolerl during previous [lenyoiiH oven ;U spoultil Bate reductions. With Earter only two weeks distant you cannot afford to put off the selection of your Spring1 outfit for Mother day, Our A Her- at I qn Department Is already taxed to Its capacity and we would strongly urge immediate selection! If you would be sure of your new garment! for the NEW COATS to Russian and Tailored Styles .Most itiLrfLcUrc nbvolUos in the now RuBslan belted and semi-inllHnry styles HE well as n complete new stock of all the plainer tailored stylos in navy, black anil jirey so ihuch In (li'imiml this souson. .throughout are three to eight dollars less than ilmUar NEW SUITS to Plain and Fancy A .superb collodion ot choice ncu1 gflrnieuly in the cvt-r poji- ular imvys ns well as blacks, Belgian blues, (HUB, nniid, imtly and other novelty colors. Sizes are in all regu- lar model! aw well as extra aiji'all -and extra large women's HEM OF Ml OFF 10 IHE Fl SOJIE BELGIAN. HAEE8" ENTHUSIASTIC 3END-OFF BY HIS WITH FIELD GLASSES garments up to 46, -garments sold for last See our Dollar Bargain List in the Special Shopping Block Adv., featuring merchandise worlh to on sale overy hour (if the day tomorrow or us long a? tjuau-titles SKIRTS A special sale tomorrow of these new style Skirts of [litre wool serges In navy and black as well as pure wool tweeds with the new plenU and yoke NEW MILLINERY to Handsome and most bo-coming new models iluccd by lending American milliners, featuring the. attmctlvo Tlppcrary Turbans, Cliln-Cliin Sailors and Glengarry DRESSES Splendid quality raease-liiino in iblaclt and Copen-lULgcn blue; sizes 36 to 4J; fitJl fJura skirts. Ion-roll collar benulifully made and perfect fitting. R. G. MacDONNELL, FOUNDER OF MACLEOD FLOURING MILLS, DIED YESTERDAY "TO A NIJJE-INCH GUN" There are tramp printers and tramp pools; LnLli classes Include remark- able characters and remarkable nbll- ILJ-. Recently a jiocm, entitled a Nine-Inch came to the New York World office ou a crumpled piece of soiled paper. It was signed "P. P. Me- and the author's address was given as "Fourth Bench, City Jial] Read these lines and say whether the pampered Jades ivhosa verses''appear In the beat magazines could beat them for mclfilveneaa (md vigor: Whether your shell hits Ihu target or not Your cost is Lund reel dollars a ahot. Yon of, noise flame and uower, We fued you a hundred barrels ol flour Each lime you ronr. Your flame is feel With twenty thousand of broad. Silence! A million hungry men Seek bread to fill their mwith5 Macleoil, March a. MncDon- :I1, the well known grain merchant uf this district, died at his residence here today from stomach trouh'.e af- ter a protracted illness. Although It win generally known wt liis chances of recovery ivcrc j practically hopeless Ins death cast' ijuite a gloom over the town and was the general theme oi conversa- j lion during Lhe day. I Mr. was ior a} short sime a resident ot Calgary, I An enthusiastic send-oft was given c'ame west to tlie Gleicheu district in to Sergt ncad. pi the Mounted Po- the year 1883, and four years alter- lice, stationed'here, last night at the came to Maclcod, where lie wag Barracks. Scnu. Hi-ad, who is an ex-j manJ: >'cars engaged m the gram member oi Gloucester Re- lousiness, and through his business in-j Siment, concluded his term oi service stnict quickly neranit, s with the Mounter! Police today, and Ul Western Canada, is leaving for the Old CounLty immc-1 Some yeatB ago he founded the where he- expects to'rejoin Jlacleod flouring Mills, one of Mac- I Strictly i the colors, lie was- the recipient 61 a set ui field in case, and a leod's most prosperous industries, ami later built the JUaelcoi] Elevator purse of gold, which was presented hvllich WBS by lire, bv Constable T. Corlcss, who briefly Aitcr operating the nulls for some reierred to the invaluable services oi he sold out to Randall. Gee ami IK! S L? UilJlOj T SeIgL Rcari- SprSL- ReaU responded V nr nlrW nililhrl the crics stating that 111 MIL 11LI1 iL impossible to remain iou Ottawa, import- aaotlier term, while the Old Country vra.s at irar, and that his mother had written and told him "he had to so ani modiiiC2.tions in tlic new taxa- to the front." uoi! proposals or the government werei I A cornet solo was brilliantly ren- dered by 'Constable Holmes and Brown and Sergt. close a most en- Jackson helped 1 joyable evening. announced ny bon. T. White to- iiay tut'y were taken up in com- speeches... by mittcc. The ihoniiicauons applied both to Hie tarin increases aim the direct laves outlined in the budget speech, i he tarm resolution uiih me miwiidniciiis reported that the liireci- taxation resoluLiun in its amended form, will g6 through coin- mil tee today. The Tariu chants place wild edible berrjcs on ihs free list and eicmpt a nuintjit oi articles irom tlie war tax metcasts, including bananas, which Cariadian Casualties Ottawa, March 19- Accidentally killed, No. W. 11. iicpiik'ijtiilly killed, result oi motor are agtin [nee, silk-imported to be car accident. March 18, Ninth Uti- lised in ilie manufacture oi .wovcu In- of kin, R. __H. Dobson, bels, fertilizer, platinum anil a iew other arlick-s. provision is also made for the reduction ol tlie taxation on Mitchell and went in exclusively the grain buying. In municipal uiiaius Mr. "MacDonnell the greatest iuterest and tar a number of years sat as a member of the Macleoil Council. lu Federal politics he ii'as a staunch _ {supporter of the Conservative party, and on more than one occasion was mentioned as a likely candidate in (he Conservative cause. The deceased, who was 55 years oi age, was the son of Richard AlacDon- a prominent lawyer of Montreal, and during the whole of his boyhood days lived in that city. A widow and three young children' survive aiid- the greatest sym- pathy is felt for them in their ter- !'hu Hats uf Zanders iuruivli gamS' which the German anay of c out the cunmu 's WEEK-END SPECIALS Per Can Per Can Per Can -TOMATOES, small caii, each TOMATOES, large can, 2 for............ lOc IQc lOc i'sr Can SPECIAL BLEND TEA, 3 Ibi tor..... 'J poundi for Per Dozen LEMONft-- Per Dozen 2 doiea for 10c 45c 25c 25c 35c CORN FLAKES lor SHHEADED WHEAT 2 tor SLICED PEACHES; 2 Tor 2 [or PINEAPPLE, small an, 2 for -PINEAPPLE, large cap, 2 for 2-for WAGSTAFFE'S HONEY, per pound EVAPORATED APRI- per pound EVAPORATED Ap. PLE8, 2 pound! for___ 119 Jasper Wounded, Xo.. 12208, Driver --'ir.i- monsr admitted to Rawal HiniH UiiL- aud .spirits by pnniding that jian hospital, the excise diiiies shall be disrcgardL-d iI0- IcFf Thij; in estimating the market value of 1 Next of kin 31iss -'va Sim ;aariat of' these goods. imons, 32 Haynes Avenue, Sc. Catb Modifications in tits direct taxes in- Out. elude a reduction on the tax on pat- ent medicines from one cent on each J10 cents uf retail value lo one cent ion eacL 25 cents oi retail value-. Mu- I tua) j'ire ifisurauce companies aic c-mpt from the tax on net premiums press dispatches arc the tax ol one cent on telegrams, while thpr? are ..some changes in regard to the wine, railway ticket, steamship I ticket and banking taxation. f 7'here was fionre criticism ol Hie government ior not having taicd the profits of the life insurance compau- 25c 25c 35c 35c 25c 25c 25c 20c 25c E J. Tickner QOOM-DILIVERED TO ALL PARTS 364 OPPOSITE FLOUR MILLS BRUTISH LOST HEAVILY AT NEUVE CHAPELLE The funeral trill he held from. English church on Saturday. London, March Bricish cas unity list for the five days, froin March. 1.0 to March 14 inclusive, during whlcf the battles of Neni'e Chappelle and St, were fought, show that 112 offl cers were killed or died from 'wounds and that 103 officers were wounded or are missing. The list of casualties among the men has not been published aa yet, nor have any figures been given oiit, Hutu iiic iiouie zosc :but aomQ Competent r.ritlcs eetlma-te W. M. of .Regina, made a them at about tira-thinli of those euf- plea for an enlargeniMt ol the list o fcrhid bv Lhe which Piell] exemnt.-ons fcs .Applied to agricultural 3Jr John lhe implemcnls but wiUiojit success. 'Commander-in-chief, eald were be- LUfel-Ub Hlb itwecn 17.000 ana 1S.OOQO. A statement of goycrDment espcn- One Canadian officer wae IrlllediJn Jitarcs tor sPKial matters _ariBing out lho riglltillgi and three'Canadian orti- of ihe ivar ivas raaae in hoase of cels were commons by thi; Secretary m state. _________________ The statement vas .made in replv to' a question by Sir Wilfrid Laurior, iGERMANY TAPS HER who asked for particulars of the ex- B'G WAR apart fros the C; military or naval operations, and the promotion of a continuance ot trade. For the finance department. Hon. Louis Coderre announced lho contri- bution in aid of Lhe Belgian Relief Fund, and the contribution I lhB Canadicn" The railways and canals department, [spent for the transportation of gooiln for Ihr. Hulgiau relief com- mittee on government railways and J70 for .similar expenses tion n-illi the lied Cross souicty HOARD London, March Times says that Germany, despite cfieerfiil statements of her financial experts aa to the adequacy of her gold reierve, baa apparently been compelled to open the secret war board of gold kopt for any warlike emergency the stroag forLreaa of Spandau, near Borlln. Originally, the war chest cciifalned which was reserved from the IndcTinlty paid Jjy France In 1871, after Frifcnco-Prusalnn war, when ifi Uu JuU'iH Tow or. Good Nights are enjoyed by thove in good health. The perfect digeation, clear system, and pure blood upon which Bound will be given you by New Laid Eggs, doz. 25c Fresh Tomatoes, Spinach, Green Onions and Lettuce Florida Grape Oranges, per dozen.....15c, 20c, 25c and Sac Cranberries, per pound............._.15c BLUE MONDAY Dispel the worry and thoughts of "Wash Bay by knocking the Rub out of the Scrub Labor Savers meiitifmetL I with some of the below: PILLS 1mm of A.T Midcb. b It. Wot! Sold koiM. IB cMi Soaps 45c 50c 25c :ar 25c 75c Washing Powders 25c 45c 10c 10c Laundry Koyal 1 packages for 'Sunlight Soap 11_ bai-a tor Ivory 5 bara for Swift's Borax G bars for Fels 10 bare for Gold Per'pa-cifage Gold West 2 packages for .'v---- For tacltage Old Dutch Per can....... Mack's No-Rub, saves 'boiling the Per. package U Bon H packages tor packagefl for Each, 5Dc and Scrub Price eadi............ Clotlios Sale Price............, Clothes 3 dozen for Star ,Ih packages IjiQuid bottle Wash. Boards- Price each............ Silver Gloss 2 for................. Celluloid 2 packag-ea tor........ Seed Per Cwt......... 25c 25c 60c 25c 20c 25c 15c 20c 35c 25c 25c H. A. McKILLOP CO. PHONES: 1113 AND 416 thiit should hare "Cleanliness" for its liiottrf, thsit business is a Mertt Market. There is satisfaction in buying meats from a sanitary 'spick 'an'd'qian' market. Cleanliness First and Always with us. We have everything on the market and please particular people by Phone. i1' THE MEAT MARKET THE HIGHEST IN QUALITY BUT NOT IN PRICE. R, COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 408 ;