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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acaiiia Block ey is 'lard Cooife" Day Special values combined with frcsu ni-v l- n.eiits of everything required lov home sewing ill the special teure of tomorrow s selling Or It Davison Ifft on Salur- lay to spend a week in r'.dmonton. Mrs. Geo. Scott, lias spent tho winter in Toronto, arrived tin.- ulti-rnoon from the she will be the guest of Mrs. N. T. Madood. ing tlic 'at home and tea Riven m laid of the Kursing Mission by Jlcs- j dames Koon and all at tic former's new home on Kith, avenue Scores of ladies visited duiinn the afternoon, and the sum amounted to over J17.00. Mrs Kohlnson and Miss Tillcy received the iniesls into tlic drawing room, which was effectively decorated daflo- dii.'! and other smaller flowers. Heavy Toll of 'Hat Men are Taken in Action Ifcdiciup lint. May casualtv list hit Medinnc Hal u-n liil; and other smaller OWCMk. ,1IU, ciRlll Cell's orchestra pleased Ihe galheimg ls taken. Tlic lot- some delightful musical sclcc- h ,ur' lhc lulmcs during the afternoon. Miss (.a) lu 'assist the "tMt wear a price by l'ruit-a-tivia Limited, Ottawa- PRINTED DIMlTIES-Vevy datntv for dresses in neat floral designs, SO indies wide.....46c FLORAL. VOILES t CREPES in newest wash materials, -10 in- ches vid'o; cwtra value.....75c FINE as Nainsook, 36 inches wide, up dressing. Special Tuesday val- SILK MULtS-In beanUWl floral designs; von" rich, 40 in- ches FRENCH NAINSOOK-33 In- dian wide, fine iHid sort lovely line 20 and CBEAM SEBGE-Special val- ues at the ,ol leicu -Edmonton, last month, and scored a tremendous success at ]iaVB an equal chance to extend their lira at Rel) the Astor Thaatre. The staging Is training to an extent sufficient to en- Her s probabu- he in the Lur.. ___ if I "eiit the scenes ranging from them to iio tiie additional worn i on an early (iati. AlTnatW him. The first when farra no'me Oi Ethel Simpson, and successfully while at. tho same time Keel oro t- private 'J. H, I was only five." So beGins the story pike law conserving the best standards for the Their oni o R b of Jack London's encounters with j g t the Italian wat- ot the school as a whole. contingent. John Barleycorn. The picture ia nlace !on the shores or the Med-1 During the past two summers tho tie next unique, in'that it is the true story of The -lay must be aeon to 3Ummer school for teachers held un- a. man's life, told by himself, and J' and is to the aer the direction of the department oE frankly taking the audience into his vj- 1( 3Uperlor to the, education at the university of Alberta, confidence. No man has ever opened has bis heart, or the pages of his past e, ttractlonl. ,-m be tuo tint- go _ i___r.. linn Mr T.ntHlOIl In w 'Number oi patients discharged during month........................... Deaths, during month Number oi patients in hospital end ot month 117 was in' town'mi'1 19H are sure to he to the well on the same day. followed by several wet years, nu- ll F. I eattie motor for tln tlleir faith in the soundness of 11. i... tii.a __j__i lus ibi5 prediction, the Indians have plant- ed the biggest crop ever sown by them. Seeding is completed on their cultivated area, nearly all of 'which ,s in snring wheat. The tribo oneraU-a two stoam-plowing oulfits. A humorous farce entitled "Doctor Lowest. numbcr during month.. will enacted b> during month... d this ms neari, 1-1 r- more freely than has Mr. London In this recital. Baserved seats will go on sale on Thursday at the Hedley Drug Co. A special matinee will he given on each dav. AT STARLAND Lethbrldge photo-play enthusiasts will remember Helen Gardner, who mada such a decided impression as Oleopatra, In "Anthony and Cleo- patra" at Starland about a year ago. Miss Gardner returns to Lethbridge today, playing the part ot the cele- (jtner ut ou kDuv..-.u class comeiiieBl "A Tango Tangle, courses offered. In 1914. one of the unexcelled Keystones, attended. The same year i lechers tonigh special dcred, church, in vtic Number Musical numbers will he rcn- -J refreshments served, the one oi the unexcelled aitenuBu. iuc by the Joker people, series of courses wns organized tor fhere-will be a Mi.s Bleanor tlle then, will be in aid of 11 Society, and it i: There'will be a'8OES.Sy Miss Eleanor tlle inspectors to enau.e crowd' will be in Lethbridge's -favorite sone- to co.0perate with the teachers In ,ia. thai stress and P special attraction will be Held ln the development of the work an m The announcement glvins full par-1 oi Alexander tlculars regarding the summer school thc T 0. E. are for 1915 Is now being sent to the Wmptej (0l -r______ the Empress Quartette. ORPHEUM for 1915 Is now being sent to tne At the first-class show ,'ine tomorrow 'HtUM iLrau u -------a v-ne (IllPSlfiH IO IUWCU the nsual teachers In the province A copy has q 433 8th ,strcrt south, awaits the theatre- been received at this office today. It, managemont has is evident from the announcement hat ,id will hold their' nf tho nelehrated the department cf Education is riJu nnuai business meeting in Wesley Chauncy lug the summer school an offectiverin- .rednesday afternoon at for the stimulation and sup- plementary training of the teachers. Provision is mniln for the atlmission o; patients "3" 7H .Total number oi hospital days.. 13811 u Number of operations under gen- eral anaesthesia NTiimber oi operations under lo- province, Sunday at "i home in How Island. Posters arc out lor the big da> at Bow Island on the .2-itii, ol May and hy indications a big time is expected R 11 Robertson, who resigned _ from thc council to run for mayor, 117 has been elected hy acclamation- Election of a councillor to fill his place will ho held today. Mr. B. B- 303 Smith and Mr. A. F. Werts are can- The" seeding of wheat in tills dis- trict is about finished and the farm- ers are now busy seeding their oats and barley. While rain is not needed it would he greatly appreciated. Robert Lackenby, who left heTC some time ago for Rochester to he ACCIDENT AT GRASSY LAKE. anae Xuraber oi hospital ambulance It successful Grassv Lake, Alta., May L. K I'oyiitz has received a commission to coroner in Alberta. be Mian Hoover, of Legend, south of to Bovr i Koremost, is in the hospital here as is looking good. The op- the result of an unfortunate accident ch was for a cancer.-was While out riding, the horse stopped I on some sandstone, and fell. The rid- rd and family expect to cr. who was unable to ircc his foot; iss Claire Lcary w-ho met with a I- lustre to her already brilliant dram- THE CLOTH HALL OF YPEES Tfa History and .yurra.t Events involving two Hon o[ thc Malhesis club will ..ten ta with Mrs L. Hcls-ennc, 1S30 5th avcuuc tomorrow afternoon at v llirce o'clock. _ .This historic edifice is already partially ii rui-is a- shown by the pic- sued last November. courses, in each summers' work, is offered, a special elementary certificate, (a) Science, agriculture, gardening and nature study. j (b) Household arts, household encc, management and art. (c) Art: Art methods, design, draw- ing and painting. _ (d) Manual training: Paper anil cardboard work, textile and basket work, clay modelling and penmanship. (c) Woodwork, Shopwork, design and mechanical drawing. (f) Physical training, Strathcona drill, organized play, musical games and folk dancing. This year, for the first time, a spec- ial series of courses will be offered for those teachers 'who are responsi- ble for teaching science and agricul- ture in the high schools. :y ;Wbile-.a number of those responsible for sucli instruction are science specialists, the great majority in the towns, and vil- lages have not specialized science or agriculture in.their, cpj-.ege course. These teachers fmd them selves distinctly at a disadvantage -in approaching these subjects, especially from the practical side. i The courses ottered involve (a) double course in agriculture for one summer for those who are science spe- cialists; (b) a group of courses involv. ing two Bummers' work for" those wno are not science specialists.. The first summer will be devoted to agriculture and gardening, methods in zoologoy and methods in botany, the second summer to agriculture, including ex perimontal and demonstration plo work, methoiis in and moth ods in chemistry. This year n seminary, under the chairmanship of the director of the summer school, will be organized tin i.lgn school teachers and ture, from last fall's The town It, alllo bombardment. It is a target .for.Ihe Germans. til'- SCilUfJl an" turai instructors for the careful con sideratlou of the general problem o Instruction and asriculturi iu secondary schools. London, May A large number Canadian wounded were received at Leeds hospi- tal during the week-end. Milne 3 ouaei yuLui j f....... most sevare registered by that seismo- Orcrohlrt of Medicine'Hot, killed bin, uiiut the most insidious enemy to good health-Constipation. The reinilar ute of Abbey's Salt will keep the.intostina! track tone up the stomach and induce a vigorous, condition of the whole digestive system. Abbey's Suit is the concentrated eswnco of the medicinal salts extracted from pure, freiH fruit sealed and lold in is an enemy against which you must eternally vigilant. In the opinion of conservative phy.iciaM the neglect of it and its results leads to over 90% of the illnesses from which we suffer. And all of us know that it means headache, stomach disorder, loss of uppetite, biliousness, bad condition of blood and a host of other ailments. In preventing and relieving Constipation; Abbey's Salt takes' rank with thn-few really indispensable It is awhpls medicine cheat in itself. Made m Canada for twenty years. A spoonful-in a glass of morning or evening. SOLD BY J. D. Higinboiham Limited 0 ;