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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mj^MtCU 29, 1915 Til E LET H B RID G B D A 11 H Is it A I, D PACE 1S� & CO. THE LADIES STORE Phone 4rS3 Acadia Block New Easter Gloves, Neckwear, Millinery Waists, Etc. GREATEST INTEREST CENTRES IN THIS prelsmaking At Vety Moderate Price* of Suits, Coats, Skirts, WayDresses, Underskirts, Whitewear, and Millinery Saturday proved to the satisfaction of Lethbridge Women the superiority of our assortments and values as well, but that was as we expected, for in every case we produced the goods to wan ant our claims and backed up every bargain featured exactly as represented. SALE CONTINUES EVERY DAY THIS WEEK Featuring saving propositions tiirougliout our entire new stocks of Millinery antl Rea been stealing 1 our overcoats, which are much super-'� ior to Hieirs, as protection against bad I weather. "Their soldiers constantly are leaving their trenches in order to strip the overcoats from our dead, but our effective fire makes them pay dearly for their thefts." V 20c per dozen 2 dozen for 35c Ordel^s taken up till noon Thuriday tor delivery (Hot) early Friday niorning We have purchased the business and goodwill of the Union Bakery, and will give all former patrons of tlie Union Bakery our usual Good Service.  JOHN MIANUFACTURCR OF QUAKER Q:REAO .i'-:'''':.-'''r. Ottawa, March 26.-The first .iccount by the olTicial Canadian recorder at the front, Sir Max Aiken, was transmitted by cable to the minister ol militia from the secretary of war office tonight. It reads : In Flanders, March. 2fi.-None can examine what, for w'ant of a better ; name is called "the front" of this: amar.ing war without realizing the � truth of what has been said, that it; is a war almost without a trout. As one approached from a distance the. actual point of contact hetwpen the opposing forces, one is struck ever more and more by the immense numbers which are oonverging, as it seems, for some great military purpose, but the nearer the front approaches the more completely does all that is spectacular disappear, until finally the flower of the youth of Europe disappears and is swallowed up by immense but barely visible lines of field fortifications. PRAISE FOR PRINCESS PATS And now the Canadian division has reached the front. The long and tedious winter discomfort of Salisbury, Plain, never resented but always disliked, j^lrcady seems far aw^ay. No i one in the Canadian division begrudges the honor which was paid to the Princess Patricias Light infantry to carry first the badge of Canada on the battlefields of Flanders. It was freely recognized that this regiment had arrived 'with great technical knowledge and had reached a degree of efficiency which the other battalions could hardly equal without longer preparation. The time has not come in whicli it will be impossible to describe the fortunes of the Princess Patricias, but it can be said that the battalion, has proved itself worthy of fighting side by side and on equal terms with the army of veterans and heroes which has � hpld . the. trenches in the terrible winter in Flanders. FOtLY OF TOO MUCH DETAIL The day for a longer story, for the giving of honor to units by exact identifications, often comes in this war very laic for in the face .of the superb organisation of the German intelligence department it would be mischievous to publish details of units and their doings, as long as the general military formations in which these units play a part remain unchanged. These notes and those which it is hoped'will follow them must always be read in the light of these most necassary restrictions. But it is perhaps possible, while ohserving every rule which has been laid down for our- guidance, to give a general picture of the Canadian divisions, its surroundings and its doings, which, whether it intoi'etts other people or not, will not who ycnil their sons and brothers to the grcati-st battlclields of history, in support of principles which in their general application are as important to the lihorties of Canada as they arc to the liberties of Europe. Mis. J. T. J. Vjillance, 281 7th Ave. A. S., will receive tomorrow. Mrs. Sydney Vallauce will receive with her. �   The members of the Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. U. E., are" asked to meet for sewing tomorrow afternoon at 403 Sth St. S. The engagement is announced of May, only daughtex of the Hon. Dr. W. J. Roche, minister of the interior, and Mis. Roche, to Mr. Wilfrid Carlisle, U.N., of London, Ont. The raar-ri.agc will take place quietly at the end of April. An Ottawa despatch says : R'. B. Bennett, M. P., ha,s received a cable that his brother, Capt. Bennett, of the Princess Pats, is now out of danger and is convalescing. He was ill with enteric fever. young ladies of the city in Mr. Gil-bart's heart to iieart talks, and those who have not vet had an opportunity [ of hearing him'should make it a point of being present tonight. Invitations have been Isauea for the dance to be given by the ladies of the Maple Leaf Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, on Monday next, in the Masonic hall, S.O.B. block. Oline's orchestra will furnish the music and the ladles will provide retreshments. Aft^r -Measles.,' W h C> o p i n g C o u gjti> .-TT---- the extreme weakness often results in impaired hearin{!, weakened eyesight, bronchitis and other troubles, but if Scatt't EmuUian Is given promptly. It carries stroniith to the organs ~ apd creates rich blood to build up the depleted forces.  CblMica thrive on Scott'tKmubton. lijix fVecfroin Harmful DrujU. The death occurred at Pincher Creek on Saturday of M. Donald Mac-feod, 31, Hon ol Martin D. and Mary Macleod, aud grandspn of the late Coi. IVlacleod, of- Drynoch, Oak Ridges, Ontario......   � The Young People's Society of Kjfox church will hold'a social meeting tonight in the school room of the church. A good attendance of members an'd theii- friends is looked for and a good time- is- assureil to all who attend........ �  * � Mr. aiid Mrs. Sydney Vallaiice are staying' with Mr. and Mrs. ,1. T. J. Vallance on their way to Calgary. Mr. and Mis; Sj'dncy Vallance arrived yesterday morning from England where they ware married reccnt-U'.  *  The engagement has been announced of Nursing Sister Agnes Balfour Davies, lieutenant' of the Army Medical coi'p.s in oomiection with the first Canadian expeditionary force, and Capt. Tliomas C. Ban'field, attached to the first Canadian contingent. The captain and his fiancee first met at Bulford Manor hospital. Salisbury Plain. � *  Attention young ladies ! Be on hand this evening 7:'15 p. ui. at St. An-, drpw's church, to hoar the Rev. Mr. Gilbart deliver his fourth and final address of the series of lectures which began practically a month ago. The topic will be "A Girl's Bouquet," or "Seven' Flow�rs and What They Mean.'" Judging by the attendance at the three previous meetings a deep interest liai licen created amongst the KEEP POLLS OPEN TILL EIGHI O'CLOCK Ottawa, March 27.-The commons committee on the revision of electoral laws decided yesterday to recom-msnd legislation for the keeping of Polls in cities open until 8 o'clock on election day, and also requiring em-pJo>ers to give their men an extra hour to enable them to vote. The question of making provisions lor tha  vote of sdldiers while on active service was discussed again, but no decision was reached by the conuuittee. It is probable, however, that a majority of the committee will recommend that in the draft bill a clause be inserted to allow balloting by soldiers under the supervision of their commanding officers; The committee will hold another meeting before finally deciding on its report./, , Cincinnati poUcemeu must make a study of municipal laws. St. Louis proposes to add women to its police force. Home Face Peeling Becomes Popular No complexion treatment yet discovered seems to have become go grenerally and so Immediately popular as the m�rcollzeCt wax process. Evidently th� reason Is that this method actually eets rid of .�. bad complexion, which can hortly be Mtd oC any other. To tempowlty hid* or bleaoh the detective.sidn with oosmetica cannot compare with the effect of literally riemov-ing the skin llsolf. Mercollzed wait tajte* oft the oirendlne surlliLoe skin In flour-Ilka partlclcB, a little at a time, until there's iione ot It left The new oomplezlon thuR produced exhibits a healthy glow aiid girlish beauty obtainable In no other way. This wax, which you can set at your drug-gist's. Is applied at night in the aaroeway you use cold cream, and washed oft next momlnp. '. Here Is one thing that actually does remove wrinkles, remoTe them qnldcly, and at trifling- cast; Powdered seutoUte, 1 ox., dissolved In Vi Pt witch tiaael. TJao as a face bath. GOLD COIN POTATOES For Seed $25.00 PER TON A. CASAUBON Lethbridge Phona Rum I 307. ICE Delivered Dally TERMS REA30NABLK ' � ' ' PHONE 701.' Jiio. Bi'odte will bring the family together again-the boys and girls will be back from school- THE VERY TIME tor a Group Photograph. PHOTOGRAPHER 906 3rd Avenue � ;