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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L E T H B RI P. C E.. I) A1 L Y H tnrt A L PAGE F1VB AJVord About Dress Goods and Dressmaking vou find a good drewmsk.r to make up the good, you buy he e into ..mart summer frock. With th. .rri..l of .hipm.nt .Lt American nov.ltle. In together wit It dL In connection with th...lor., help you over your dre.im.klng worrlet. _ Materials for Spring See these sper.lals lor tomorrow. Novelty Muslins White Voiles JO incli materials, fine sheer or- nice- ly, and are priced at 40c, 35c ami A New' Dressmaking Dept We have now in connection with the store a First Class Dressmaker, Miss Macdonald, of Great Falls who comes to as highly and we have "o hesitation trouble in securing everything for suit or dress in this store. IS for Fancy Crepes, Crep- Printi. Scotch Ging- hams, worth up to 25 f or 15' Curo good, rangTL'price trom 15 to 25c a yard, are priced, for tomorrow at lEc the yard'. Other New Materials Just Received New Middy Clothl, yard wide, per yard N.w Whit, Crepe, New MadapoUms French Naln.ooki, per y.rd Handkerchlefi and Embroidery Linenj ..15c and 25o and 20c 20l: .35e and 45c 80c Safe and Sure should be your relief from indi- gestion, biliousness, or consti- pation. Known to be reliable and famous for their prompt and certain Beecham's Pills riMt S.I. of Any In tfai World. Sold In REDUCTION SECOND CABIN RATES TO ALL STEAMERS Liverpool Service MISSANABI6 (New) ..May 20 METAGAMA (New) ...June 3 MI8SANABIE (New) ..June 17 METAGAMA (New) ...July 1 MISSANABIE (New) ..July 15 METAGAMA (New) ...July 23 For lull particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent, or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 2tO Portaoe-Avenue, Winnipeg IIr and Mrs. W. A. ttiiyinonil are leaving for liic east tomorrow, going to Niagara Uliiraso nnd Okla- hoina City. George Hatch, a rrsitlent of Lcth- nridgo two years ago. is in the city from Canlslon rcnowiiii; old acquaint- ances. "talent" sale in connection with the Ladles' Aid of St. Andrew's church, will he held at the home of Mrs. Wllaon, 330 Twelfth street C! North, on Thursday afternoon first, from 2.30 p.m. till U p.m. All the ladies of the congregation are asked to turn out. A welcome for all. i communication has hcnn received by the local branch of I he National 'Council of Women from the general [secretary at Toronto, suggesting that 'the women of Ulbbridge adopt the idea used by tnc pcerpsirs oi Kng- land, viz., the use a purple band instead of blsck by relatives of sol- -diers fallen cl the imu-. The mailer is being taken up with the heads of the alli.iated societies. i i The companions of tiie Forest will !not meet tonight, as formerly an- iiioiiaecd. owing to the lied Cross ra- icevtlon tonight to ijotl.-vc.il. The will he held tomorrow evening S o'clock in St. vlan-'s Parish hall. serial wiM be held th'j nioclins Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Will b TREE PLANT Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees FREE! With every purchase amounting to in this store, in any de- partment. on Wednesday. Thursday, Friday or Saturday, we will Rlvc .me Mountain Cherry Tree Frce-FKEE! So that many will In tins great offer we are limiting the of to any one customer, to three trees. You Can Buy the Trees if You Wish These Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees are selling on the above days at 20c eai'H oi- 3 for 50c. _ To and From Great Britain. SAILINGS. The Ladies' Aiil Forfeit- ChriKtinn church will of MaKeThis your shopping place this end-it is while. MONTREACoLMBOW SERVICE Prom l.ioy -at o'clock p.m.. for tl-.oir refill- SS June 9.......xAthenia........May 26 June W.....'.Cassandra......June .1 t_-Will carry third-class passengers. Cabin Passengers only Rate 550.00. [Glasgow, Third-class Rates, j London. (Liverpool, 533.75. rana.'U. S38.50 bird-class to Stockholm hird-cJass from common dinavian points Third-class from Stockholm For rates and other information apply to H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent Winnipeg, 349 Main St. Phone M. 5312 Vancouver, 531 Granville Street. BRITISH WAR BUDGET London, May Dealing with, thc budget this afternoon, David Lloyd George, said "The first eight months of the Avar cost net He said, "The cost is. a progressive one. The first four months cost 000 000, the four months cost members are earnestly requested to be present. The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land .have called a special business meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. Holbenon, 537 Seventh street South, evenin" at K o'clcclc. Bed-Cross nurse tary, ad- i of the e Whole Cardston District Bene- Wheat is a Sure Bet Raley May rainiall for 36 hours, during which time Ju- piter Pluvius presented this section .Cure.An.-asplay.l to W.1.73 leaving a tola bv the members of KI-.C.X Guirt at then V 8.92 in the "an was given, must have henefitted ma- ers of the VEar wlll themselves creduab y, an 1 fl. on the sketch ve 5 i rib! tteaaurer, Miss Dawson smoothly. Miss Bessie- Hazel and Mi lPOUND-250 CUPS Six Cups for One Cent smooy. Harris sang ineasmg. solos and of refreshments the anl evening was brousht to a close. t, .Mis's Bawden Ex- The seventh annual meeting oi the One of the most important an- JOHN BARLEYCORN lot 36 hours, (Hiring Piter Pluvius presented this section TT -HisWanders, Hemmed -in, day and the Raley farmers are thus 1 7 ......M" fought Till the Last Bullet Spent, Says Gen. Hughes uiatict. m an enviable position, for their crops are practically assured. The welcome drops commenced to descend on Friday afternoon at two o'clock, and the taps remained open continuously until 5 o'clock on Sat- urday morning. Clearing at dawn the heavens were once more blackened at ill o'clock, and the ram lell in inter mittent torrents all batunl-u aftei and until late into th night grssuft s r: form, with a slight Codification, but was particularly opr.ortune ab the _______i tr iv nr' Is by fai- the most economical tea arid the richest, most satisfying' in flavor. Ask definitely for Blue Bibbou. S.nd this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book, for use in We.t.rn Canada. Write name and address pla.nly flve inany oi >n them were of p T temporarily erected, were recap- incapable of acuon. This poilion _ of Jf. two British the line fell back., beyond [the; Una tu ud in ms wdl as dians in some cases a the remainder oi the Canadians. Ottawa form with a slisht moicaion, u was par the house tlSt u the'war big bulk oi the seeding was lomnlct G.nau-us bHClt J-tiOi. _____ ,aml consequently-for tnc ,tav 4. in his detail staff, Ottawa, as bri- vcstsrday, in which or tl.e Highlanders' bri- without any protects i nouncements made Jy tbe enance.ior called attention to what he chatac- terizeij wonderful buoyancy oi the income tax and thc supertax, the. ac- tual vield being or an in- crease of nearly over the ed.- warneu une uuusu it mf were prolonged it, woidd be his duty ea. k other torm the The value of the fall can hardly be could provide estimated, as it means t'o saltation the country to carry of tos-ciAff 1 e" s annibiU-ted urner, Col. Garnet n Hughes, tions, the Chanceor sai e n tional debt was now ov t e iKKowr., Sam llu I Ml as follows tUhenUc duta it appears on t e 32nd the Canadians hiltl 'ooo" tns of trenches neat Ypre, I he wuc tie c.'.rane Icit 1 ministcc Oi .brigade major. imhtia, to his ong.ua iront U pre L Mn >ounnE t s )1' TROOPS HELD FIRM The troops in the trenches were [t bl to hoM against great odds, lllcir scattered fragments holding hl ,he opBn, ab right angles iiisi as as fat a? divisions which, were l conches, were obliged to gra- o the on ,_ or numbers. This large mass, amounUng, lt is estimated, to three the Highlanders had to cover ietv. Tlie cultivated land is now tulli the yards or abonI afuratad, while the sod HEAVY ARTILLERY-FIRE Clt.VRGL CAPTURE MANY RUSSIANS r- seemed to have, en the Germans had aiivanc- iedsr.miesiotlieienroftheFrenol, Welling on the east, seemed to enjoy Hailej hurt about the same amount of blessing WILL USE .J. London, Hay 4 in the House of Commons this at tenioon, H. J. Tennant, parlia- mentary seoretar of the Wai Office, Bald that Great Britain had under consideration the question of employing cxpadlents against thi- use by German troops on tho bull e field of asphyxiating JNJQY their fresh mint in their "lingering sweetnew long drawn their soothing charm and subtle daintiness. handiest form of gum in the handy for Man and Maid. QA veritable Palate Delight for every occasion. MADE.in CANADA Salt thf Cushion Carer Coupons in every Chiclet Package CANADIAN CHEWING GUM CO.. LIMITED TORONTO ;