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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX TIIK LETIIBRIDGK DAILY JIEIULD TUESDAY, MAY a, CLARKE CO. LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Blk Dressmaking: High-Class Work at Very Moderate Prices OFFERING UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE SAVINGS IN SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES In -.11 the fiiu-si points style (his stock is in a .-lass by workinaiiHlp. Lost obtainable matrrlul, periei-tica in, lit n. sliapi-kwpins nil before the big advance, and i-ppilar values fully as as a year ago. 17 Jm A Deposit Secures Your Choice Until You are Ready to Take it Away We Make Alterations Free and Guarantee the Fit BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN THE VERY LATEST SUITS AT SUBSTANTIAL PRICE SAVINGS Ann-pA Eft 417 Crt J 15.00 Xavy and black serses. silk lined coats, full sweep skins. sizes 36 to 12 NEW and black serges, regular 522.50 value, box auil belted fonts, excellent value. bltick green series in values, very aitrainivt- belled styles, siz- es vi p -H- Surai'.l collection of 532.50 suits In navy ami black, exceptionally fine gar- All our 537.50 suits in our fin- est ami most exclusive nin.ge. Navy's, black's and fine checks. Finest taffeta poplin and silk and cloth combination, suits, in navy, black and green. weep skins, 36 to 42. value. es up to 44. The above garments all shown in varim ami an exceptionally well niuge oT sixes iVon, womcu.s, IK IS., ngln up io the very large sues I'roni 40 !u Gnlatea Suiting For shirts, boys' blouses, house dressM. etc.. in. Tide, new choice patterns, light Oft and dark Xew Prints A nice range just to hand, light and medium colors, ail English make, 31 in. wide and washable. Special Embroidery Flouncing 27 inches wide, fine Swiss goods, very dainty designs and special values at the Af- Iirice, per yard Corset and Flouncing: Embroidery IS inch fine Swiss goods, excellent qualities, worth 45 5Dc a yard. Special value.................... Lovely New Coats at Special Prices SPORTS COATS UP TO ami Ions tailored coats in navy, black and tans.......................... NEWEST BELTED COATS, worth up In checks, stripes ami plcin color, COVERT. AND NOVELTY CLOTH COATS, worth up to 1 7 CA All wonderful values J. I .315 FINEST COATS up to 527.50 in serges, checks, coverts, etc'. House Dresses Splendid washing crepe, light and (inrk stripes. extra lull skirt, sizes up to 44 special (nr s. CA Extra Large Dresses Splendid grade ginghams, checks and stripes for very stout women, sizes 45, and 47. Special value i> Large Overall Aprons .Made of fine print, light and medium colors. all washable, splemliil to Special value Children's Komiiers Made of extra quality crepe, guaranteed wash- able. sizes V- 2 and ;i. colors white. pC sky and pink. Special Silk and Serge Dresses Specially Priced MESSALINE SILK DRESSES, sizes up to 44. navy and black. .Splendid stylos CLARKE v TAFFETA, SILK POPLINS MESSALINE dresses in Copenhagen, tan, Russian 'green, navy and black, sizes up fr 1 A C to 41 BLACK i WHITE SKIRTS, checks and mix- tures sizes 23 to 30 in. waist- AA band.................... ntcn-a0n of returning to work. The bourne and mandate i and more than two will be a big loser, as we gtrik _ bourne and mandate i and more than two i will naturally a big loser, as we ,k nm an-ectoa the Port Ar- has12ensent out I iu attendance. The re- understand building is not insured. tlmr Clevator3 ,viti, exception of of the failure ot the uprising and "in Bailments and music woe furniaiira j --vii I'UUL was mortal of the late Otto government plant, whose em- i.U "5 made ad-i rt Jowea the example of leaders .....i larM turnmit nf and Jaffrav i' ______________.______J' New Battalion Has Over Slethodist Church Unveils Roll of Honor ___ reported. i The epidemic just passed lias been Fernia, May 1, (Special to the Her- j [lle most virulent of any in the history Mackay, of tile 22Mi bat- jo( the city. There were SO cases and talion Returned to Fernie last Friday I about in deaths This "akes the .ventag, went to Morrisey on Satur- centagc of mortality about 1.A. in. average for is about one Iu ten or ten per cent.' Lethbrlugo has always come off easier than this IspiOllg. the percentaKeiin past yearK being about live or one death in 20 cases. Work on a preliminary aurvoy for a gravity water system will be com- i nienced jnit as soon as'Commissioner j Tlio typhoid epidemic; is about over Qrace can secure men needed to run ;for this spring according to Sanitary i the line. Just at present he Is busy Inspector Vallauce, who stater, there are only about 10 houses left in plant Money for this quarantine. No new cases are being lvnl coit about been secured. A bifurcated apron that a man can wear to protect his clothing without interfering with hia movements Jias been patented by a Chicago Inventor. 8ud surrendered uncondltloDally. 1 he Iri h commandant, J. H. Pearce, Tvho i. now a prisoner, is a school- _ the master He was wounded by a shot; "m la the leg Before being captured he i tlle i large turnout of Wardner and Holdm and teaches i Ule to "ielr d' latest co- as m te n lion chmfe. with "u" last resting place. Rev. K. son conducted the funeral services. The residence of Jlr. Louise Jlahe.) in me leg seiore oerng ciiptureu UK the well-known railway man. situated took a most active part In the uprising j The Hiawatha school, after (jnmbrook street, received a bad and was looked to as the head of the! closed for a couple of months, is to be i early morning. opened this week. j ;.Ir. Mahe was packing his household The post office, which was in the: Tennis playing is rapidly coming j goods moving to Kines-1 handi nf the rebels most, of the week, j into season. The bankers and school i gate. It is though the fire originated uliei' retaken was found to have been j teachers are already utlllzhlf severely damaged by shot, i spare moments. A report from tiie prorihcial tricts show that the1 greatest disturb- VISITS THE KAiSER outside of- the city occurred' in MEEKA1HDS6 day and left again this morning to bo" gone two weeks looking after re- cruiting at Cranbrook, Nelson and Grand Forks. Capt. Mallindane ac- companies him on bis trip and Capt. Barnes has charge of the battalion and of the 107th resinient during tlie I absence of the commanding officer I There-are now 126 men on the rolls of A company, and the total enlist-1 ments in the battalion to date is i 'Today is puy day with tlie new re-j emits and Capt. George has his in-, their I from the Pincher Creek, May l.O.O. j umgs with the boys. They were IF Xo 5 and their sister lodge, the marched to the.bank and sent inside j Rebekah No. S, attended the In squads for payment of their l yoUiodist service on Sunday evening checks. I building was badly gutted. The loss commemoration 0{ the 97th anni- i Last night at the Methodist church I is covered by insurance. versarv of Oddfellow-shin. The ser- a roll of honor was unveiled contain tele-! Fi-iday evening the Cranbrook Glee kitclien stove. hen the Aiejanijra Re i Rre brieade arrived tlie rear of the The loss i auces outside of the city occurred in j London, Ms.y official tele-1 Friday evening the Cranbrook Glee jn tbe opera nouse on ing tile names of forty men who had' county Meath. where armed rebels in gram from Berlin states that .lames club met at. the Craubrook hotel to !account ot the 3pace needed gono from that church either as mem-. par les were still terrorizing the j Gerard, the American ambassador celebrate and do honor to two of their I accommodate the largo cougrega- bers or adherents, since the beginning tiiMde Sunda> In other districts i Kas received at lieadtinarters today by number who have or are about to d6n j aml was oy the Rev. of the war. Col. Mackay did the nn- tneie were disorders. i Emperor William ar.fl then returned.! the kliaki. Mr. William Wliiting and Bro'A TCas the fourth veiling and made a few appropriate i ll1 -Mr arr Feruson the latter on- i Use At one place north of Dublin a small 1 to Berlin, according to Renter's detachment, of Royal Irish Constabn- j sterdam correspondent. lary commanded by an inspector feUilonndcd rebels and disarmed.1 H is not known wlielhpr the rebels :FttT lielii-tbe policemen prisoners but it is assumed they did. Authorities there wired to Dublin for reinforcements. were dispatched in armed auto- mobiles. Over the rest of the country all was c.niet except at Enniscontliy and Wexford. Many of the prisoners v> ere captured redliantled with weap- ons Hundreds of others are being detained on suspicion of complicity in otitbieai One man was caught ,i ,.....-..........-r, gro Lvtle This was the fourth veiling and made a few appropriate j Mr. Harry Ferguson, the latter going in VucTesstoti these lodges have remarks. After cliurch hour a con- 'to Calgary batanlas. A high class j opliorttiiiltv of hearing Mr. cert was given at tlie Isis theatre by musical earned o.a, occasio-. the entire homo talent. The auditorium was) i service has been exceedingly good and crowded to capacity and the large I crowd enjoyed each number rendered, j "Tiz" for tender, puffed-up, Burning, Calloused Feet, and Corns .dalbvevervlu Mr. Whiting took his place i house. tnereare no special functions takin Frank Mr. Pucky, and instrumental numbers were rendered Masonic! by the saxaphone quartette and by by the _ -ed to nature of the fighting, Theil' work of clearing the houses from.' cellar to rooC is risky but they go, iu V'ithout hesitation. The rebels Buffered severely and hundreds of peaceful citizens were killed or wound- ed by them. or ,j- Lewis Low, the manager, has been ap-1 ducted the servic "Tiz" now pointed manager of the llacdonald, t think! a cording to an anflouncement made to- i. comfort for only night by D. E. Mulligan, superintend- ent of the Q. T. P. hotele. __ Jowley lodge were cxpectc present but undoubtedly were unable to do ao on account of the inclemency of the weather. E TEA the streets giving free concerts, but the stores are open as1 usual. Miss West has scored a brilliant success again this year with her music class. Every ono of the eight who wrote in the examination on theory passed. One, Miss Gould, scoring a perfect InO; six earning1 honors. Miss Alice Quail lacking only I two points of equaling Miss Gould in I llflr perfect record. Backache Totally Gone! Does your back ache? Have you a dull sore pain, or sharp shooting pains that make life a misery and make you wonder what is going to happen ucxt Thousands bavc suSercd just like yon and after dosing themselves, and rubbing themselves, and applying without have tried KIDNEYS and found untold comfort in the healing, soothing, cleansing action of Gin Piiis on the Kidneys and the is where the trouble lies.. Read what Arnold McAskell, of Nova Scotia I decided to give Cin Pills u trial. Before' I had lined one boi I began to feel much better, and by the time I had taken two boxes all the pain was go.ie. I have'never had any trouble with iny back since.'' Don't let Kidney or Bladder trouble get its grip on; you. '.Watch for these syuip- totrj- -and in the joints, swelling o' hands or.oiiklc.1, nriiiilry irregularities, a-.ld check the trouble with Gin Pills. Look for the Drug Store lip your Town or City with GIN PILLS in the window. EVERY DRUaaiST SELLS THEM SOc a box, or 6 boxes for NATIONAL DRUG CHEMICAL CO, "AIWQF CANADA, LIMITED TORONTO ONTARIO ;