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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC.K 'nil', LETJIHRimiK DAILY I1KHALI) THURSDAY. M'VY For Friday and Saturday Ryjands Go. Announce Two Remarkable You Can Double the Buying Power of Your Dollar by Buying-at This Wonderful Dollar Day Money Saving Days No Phone Orders for Sale Goods 2 prs Large Towels 8 yds Apron Gingham, 7 prs Ladies'Hose I Children's Wool Jersey 9 Yards of Fine Canadian Print Buy all you will need thU summer at this price. licit; and medium shades, regular l.'c quality. 9 Yards English Long Cloth for Another big bargain, yard wide, fine needle fin- Longcloth. for underwear, etc.. reg. Yards Best Im- ported Gingham i XoiU (.'heck or siripe gingham for children's druses. liuuse dresses, etc., to -Of regularly. 4 Yards of 35c White Voile Only I wo pieces to be sold at this prire. -U' inches wid-1. line even voile fur Silk Sale House Dresses 6 Ladies' Vests V sample 1m of Ladles' fine ribbed summer vests, with jihorl or no sleeves. 3 Pairs Siik Hose Black silk tool hose, or silk lisle, both with Veinfiueed heels arm sartor top. regular "lOc. 2 Combinations Ladies' knit combinations, wide knees. lace trimmed, size :1S. SS only. Quantity limited. Long Silk Gloves Queen quality ailk gloves, white or black, regular SI.25 ami 51.50 lines, on sale, days only. Girls' Gingham Dress, Smart littie gingham dresses for girls 2 to If! year sizes, our regular 51.25 and values. Yards of Cream Flannelette for unolfUe you will gladly pay JJOc a yard for ihis fall. 36 inches wide, fine sufi finLslu 9 Yards of Heavy Crash Toweling .fust (lie thing for kitchen roller towels, heavy weight, easy to wash, present value loc a yard. 3 Pairs of All Lin- en Towels for Another big special In bedroom lowolg. 8 pairs of all linen hemmed or fringed end 8 Yards of White Underwear Crepe Don't miss this bargain for it's a elands', yard wide, blister crepes fin- ur.dcrwenr. etc., regular ISC value. No Phone Orders for Sale Goods Honey Comb Quilts for Regular size while honeycomb quilts, worth 10 only on sale at this low price. yours early. Exlr'a Quality Sheets Thcso sheets are worth and in any store. are quo ting this price as a for Friday and Saturday, Nightgowns for No use hothering making a nightgown when you can buy crepe gowns at I his price. White Underskirts for Another big bargain in the whitewenr sec- tion. Wide embroidery frill on a good cotton skirt', all sizes. Corset Sale A regular clean-up of odd lines of: Warner and D A Corsets, nearly every size up to 28'in this lot. Some of our SS.OO ami lines are all out. at a pair. Dollar Waists J-Ierc is another extra special. A limited quantity of linen, print, per- cale, voile and embroidered waists up to ?3.aO, on sale for One Dollar, Fri- day and Saturday only. Here is Where We Double Your Dollar in Value COATINGS, of near Shepherd's' checks, black and white. inches v.-ide 'note on Fi'iiiav and Saturday :.aru--- COLORED UNDERSKIRTS, made from a fine quality col- ors jadei. nudity, rose, black, vie., an sale- mi Dcliar TAELt LiNEN. semi bleached, vide1. linen, yarn, for uvo days TWO yards 5 pairs Boys Hose for Roys' heavy ribbed school wear guaranteed. All sizes while they lasi. Friday and Saturday. pairs Dollar Off Every pair of Ladies' Shoes During This Sale. 7 Pillow Slips 'for Leather Handbags for A wonder bargain.; These ready to use slips are worth regularly 2uc each, ou sate for Friday ami Saturday, only 7 to any customer Neat, well-made leather hand all new tlirs season, values up to will be on sale Friday and Saturday Parcels Delivered to All Parts of the City. Ail Sale Goods for Cash. A Dollar a Off. Four -Lines Nemo Corsets. Pair Only 'THE BUSY STORE" Three Big Dollar Specials for the Men MEWS WORKSHIRTS. mails from a teuvy in every sIzB up to 17. While iliey last TWO UNION OVERALLS, in plain pant or bib, l.ravy weight, plain or striped material. All sixes to 40, regular MEN'S SHIRT AND TIE, Hie shirt Is made from light percale print, stiff cuffs, and any tie in the 'store, boih C [LEW "Montreal. May campaign for- London. May Curzon, Lord j Magraih. May is Ktili elecdons Tor the Quebec Privy Seal, announced in the House or! maintaining her splendid record es- wbk-h are to take place on May 23ml. j Lords Wednesday that a total of _450 j tabHshed !ate] aa a ,ecruitmg cen- begun to assume a warmer tone. etiemv snips had been detained, seized; Closely following the rally of the Con-! or -captured by the allies in alt parts j tre> signed on at local head- servaiives at local headquarters lite world .since the beginning oi Quarters Usunesday were James Fog day mglit, when Opposition Leader [the war. He added thai it was an ei Cpusineau '.'rnicioed the of the government of Sir Lomer Goin'ii, 'dencn that the British merchant ships j the formal-opening of :he Liberal! lost through the war operations were i ednesday cvenmK will never be campaign is to take place thisSexactlv balanced in number ton- i t'otten by those present, owing to the evening when Sir Lomer himself and nage by the new ships added to the flings of good will expressed and jin. J. Thomson, H. Swallow and em'ciem-v couraeiug fact and 'a curious coinc-i- Foggin. IrffinrHfhar. the BritifOi mfirrnam shine: regular council meeting held of his ministers will deliver addresses. Candidates have already been select- ed .in a number of ridings throughout the province and aspirants in the pro- vincial fif-Id ere placing themselves with consideraiile energy before the a'.icMiiion oi the electors. register during tho war. TRIBUTE FROM FRANCE Paris, May Poincare today sen; a.telegram lo King George on the occasion of tlm Shakespeare celebration. lie said that France was patriotic sentiments prevailing. After the regular business had been trans- acted Alderman F. Karren on be- SPAIN AND SUBMARINES half of the soldiers, thanked the Paris, May S.-The Spanish govern- .and for.the meal, says a dispatch to the Temps j banquet tendered them m recognition from Madrid, is disposed to support i ttilcm answering Men conn j S the council table immediately assum- j ed the appearance of a banquet. Alderman Karren was presented to preventing Ger- many from continuing the form of sub- Interested in the event, not only be- warfare she heretofore has fol-j Q hand8orae cause Shakespeare belonged to entire jJowea- ___ tnernhyrs of the council, J. L. liumansty, but because was a voice making the presentation speech, felt from the past which made France LOST AT SEA j proud that the Magrath council had familiar with "the eternal soul of a AUions, May li.-Mi is assumc'd in the honor to send one of its members friendly people.'1 j shipping circles here that the Greek j for service, in the army, and trusted King George in rr-piy. said fie hoped j steamer grain-laden, which i lie would accept the watch, as a tok- SSiakcsyearc's v.orks were destined in j left New York two months agu with a on of pgtnnm in which he is held be an influence forever in the main-j crew of 1'S, has been lost at sea. The j by them. .Mr. Karren responding, taining of dose friendship between j vessel and cargo were estimated to! stated he sincerely regreted losing the the two countries. j be worth JijuO.OOO. associations of his fellow workers. but his king and country'needed his services during theac trying times, and he looked forward and hoped the j day would come when he would liu permitted to renew alii associations. Ail present, including K. 0, Steele of the Raymond Leader, and S. R. Wright of the Patriotic committee, made short speeches and at tile con- clusion all drank a toast with S. K. Wright to the health and prosperity of the enlisted alderman. An honor roll has been formulated which will be framed, and hung in the town halJ containing the names of 49 have enlisted from Magrath. That whooping cough is caused-by a bacillus has been discovered by two European physicians London, -May now. seems to he little doubt that Great. Britain will follow The example of Holland and adopt the daylight saving sys- tem. Premier Asquith has promised to give a day for the discussion of the question in the house of commons, while Home Secretary Samuel' has written a letter for publication strongly commending tho idea on the ground that it would be an import- ant saving in fuel and illumlnants. He points" out that the government commission on the disposal of 'coal, great railway managers and cham- bers of commerce favor the reform. BELGIANS REPULSE HUNS London. -May German attack against Hie- Belgians to the north of pixrnude IK the only infantry engage- nient repotted at any point tho western' from. Artillery- homimni- inents. especially severe to the north- east of Verdun, have boon the sole method of warfare nn the other sec- tors. North of Dixinude, following a viol- ent preparatory method, the enemy captured the 'positions or throe Bel- gian the Belgians In a ccutilet- attack, immediately drove out the invaders. Has been favorite for over a Artcr -of a century. Bread baked with Royal Yeatt will keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other, so that a full can easily to made at one baking, and last (oaf bo just as good as the first. MADE IN CANADA B.WG1LLETTCOMPANY LIMITED TNNrpEO TORONTO. ONT. MONTR MANGLED TO DEATH Prince Albert, Sask., May Jacob Meyers of .KhidorRloy; was mangled to death under the Winnipeg train coming in over the east line at the station here at this morn- ing. Meyers apparently jumped un- der the wheels. Jits was allowed out on suspended sentence here a few days ago after being tried for un- mentionable offence committed near Kindersiey. I Coaliiurst, May Saturday the 29th ult.. a meeting was held in the school, Coalhurst, for the purpose of receiving nominations for councillors i for that village. As previously re- j ported in the Herald, a formal meet- I ing was held in the same school a I month ago, and an agreement arrived i at whereby the Miners' union would j be allowed to nominate one candid- ate, the business men and farmers a i second, -whilst the mines management i have the choosing of the third I nominee. This arrangement was I strictly adhered to with the follow- I ing result: for the miners' union, Pat I Kelly was nominated, and Cor the bits- j mess men and farmers, Fimlley Mc- Donald .I.P.. was the choice, whilst the mines management nominated I H. Do. Hart. As there were no fnr- llher nominations the three candidates above named were declared elected. A. V. dimming: druggist, acted as re- turning officer. I Tho mine at Coalhurst is expected to he idle most of this week owing to extensive repairs in connection with tho mine shaft, but most of the men are employed assisting with the re- j pairs. j At the Coalhurst police court on Saturday the- ult, Herbert Lamb engineer, was convicted and fintjd the cost of court and ordered to piiy the doctor's bill for' breaking Harry Drew's arm and attempting fo blind him on the 25th ult. The assault was committed in Lamb's house and the case was trfod before Kindley Me- Donald J. Coalhurst and Inspector f'haney, Lethbridge. J. It. Paimer, LetlibrldgK, defended Lamb, and H. Ostlund, Lfithbridfjc, represented Mr. Drew. Quick, Direct Results. There is nothing to equal newspaper advertis- ing fnr-quick and direct results. Watch the advertising columns and see the class of., merchants and manufacturers that use this'method of publicity. .You will find they are the most successful in their respective lives. Many of them hav; tried other methods, but ex- perience has shown them that newspaper adver- tising has no equal in bringing results. The reas- on for this is that the paper is read in the home, when the mind of the reader is in a receptive con- dition, and on lookout for anything that will make life easier or more pleasant. nig A saliijaKO casing Invented in Kns- land is made of silk, oil varnished and properly colored. IMMIGRANTS FROM EUROPE Increases from 17.000 In January to In March Washington, May Immigration is quickening? after months of stagna- tion caused by the European war. Fig- urea pulllishotl today hy tho Immigra- tion bureau mow that foreign- ers reached American shores during March, against in February and in January. Italy is sending the greatest num- ber, with England second, and the Scandinavian countries third. Italian Immigrants III March numbered about HOOO. HELD UP BANK SI. Paul, May man held np the City Hank of St. I'aul, on West 7lh street, this afternoon, drove tlio cash- ier nnd two messengers into the vault, and escaped with 53000. E D B O S E TlA good tea" ;