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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta it THE THE LADIES' STORE Pbfoe453 Aeadia Block Brand New Coats and Suits Just to Hand by Express Most atlraelne and becoming stylos thai you lune no. seen beiore, rcalunng the now Ripple'and Ftare Coats ami popular eii Suits with drop shoulder coals, and tunic sUirls. Colors included are mahogany gany. mw COATS and green, all to so. mustard, navy, cardinal and green, all JJ.-Q tifully tailoied. silk lined in most epses. andmuehf lower in price than similar garments were soldj for earlier in the season. _ SUITS to ,Sl 75 Waists ilH. f U of excellent materials mth drop shoulder front and back Yokes, -Jiort or long sleeves, per feet atunsc models 1n all up to 44. Lovely fine qualities in colors tan. Mhite Walk emerald, cense and tango lengths 3S to 42 Cut in Uie close httmg namra matas; exceptional >alue at this price. FOUR DROWNED North Out, May 5.-Fne men Tent out or. the Spanish River at Es Tanola on Sunda; Th8T lost con trol and J Jamiesoa, Win. Blandier, V ,b Boss and S Brant lost their live1- PRESENT RAINS GOOD SIGN Winnipeg. Man. rains iel! most of Manitoba and Saakatcbevan jesterday, and will he om immense benefit to spring wheat mhicb is in the mam completed. Precipitation amounted to over one lucii at Karnsaefer-Yorkton, Moose Ja-sv and Qu Appelle m and Minnedosa m Manitoba. last night it turned cold again, light frosts being pretty general, the being Vegreville, -Uta with ten degrees Frosts at this, stage jam dofno damage Satisfies The Longing for a Perfect Cup of Coffee Identity of Burning Steamer Learned late Yesterday ia Picks Up One Boat Load of Sur- vivors and Manhattan Another-Third Boat With 19 Men Still Lost-27 Rescued Snblc Island, N S Mai Gcoreic 1131 a m Mai iourtl I'ort ail Pilnce, Haytl. Slav .jvllpii afternoon auth- ilzed the gotcrnuieuc to tieat be British' diplomatic lepresemta iu tho matter ot the demand ubmltted today for tho payment of UJ.OOO to a British subject, and to eilect was receiied i ".u tho lime tuae came a tbe station nere carlr. toda; j ;-om Sjhle Island requcitmg me .t Irom the Manhattan j cnneavor to identih bteamcr Tile JIanhattaT, bound fiom >.cw i i 15 p. m. I received from th Vntnerp, had liecn rear the Associated Press, Boston- 'Grea scene 01 the burning of the Colum-' alarm oier Sculim report of hi hun for some hours and known ocean Imer aurt Kescues Dy Fran to be searching lor boats, conlainmg Please sreu despatch' members of the Coluibian'b I tll_e Tne rumot 0[ rcs0u ill's'success, was announced in the i was ]lot true i follow ing message j ,.0n 0; Georgie's messa 1 "ilanhattan picked up one boat OI' my course to cross positio Columbian, captain and 13 otueis OI- biirninf, steamer, arriving I here_a One engineer klliti! and _ p m_ discern no trace one man drowned leauns shin Man- bllt to cnurclo positio hattan" still searching for other at six miles antl lat 3.30 p. rn. sight boats.'1! ed a-hoat oii: starboard bow. Being Yest'erdav the Cunard liner Fran-j already prepared the.'occupants thcre- loma picked up one oi the Colum-1 of -vere taken on hoard in a Han's hnats containing 13 men an I 'Ihe boat contained thir- the body .of the" Chief Steward Mat-i teen men and a corpse lying awash so tnat 27 in all have been Sir the bottom oi the boat rescued-alive, Tbe other missing boat "The. survivors had used, the trous- ic-> winch t.be Manhattan and other'er ironl corps11, on the end of bteamen, are still contains a nook- lor diitresi signal Survivors the'first and' second officers and 17'pVerc in a state .oi' extreme 'exhaus- men. Uicn and-mental collapse. Some bad j A further message Trorn the Man- j burned by fire. j hattan stated the boat picked up con- had bcen houts I .Itamed, in addition to the captain Ha t the chic. enSmwr1 oBicers and hosplta, anfl glvcn bran.j I the n irelsss opcraior [dv and in liot water and put to bed.. They immediately asleep. Little information vas tained from them. fel oh- THE' FHA-NCOXU'S THRILLING STORY Cunard line 'todar received a report irom Captain filler, of the Vranconu, re- garding the rescue oi' a part oi the crew of-tnf. British steamer Colum- says'the ship was tiqn; to 'Antwerp, which hailini irom Ant- was burned at, sea. The wireless nies-, W5rpj 12_oou tons registered: He was sage iiaied as lollows.: and heard the alarm o[ fire THE COIA1MBIAX FIRE STARTED Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon, the name signifies all that Is 'Alviyi ask for Ulue Rihbon Colfc c, Ilaklni, I'owdc i Tea, Spices, Jcllj PoivJers and bxtiacK wi.l l was as lollows.: a -ss irom steamer and was comjllg thc ,icek when n explosion occurred amidship under lis feet him' overhoarri. I He was picked up by a boat. :'A trimmer's son states that his father was coming forward calling for him, v.'hen the deck blew up and the lamp trfmmer fell mlo the j burning hold. '-A quartermaster, says that C'ap- iain McDonald and several others were yetting a third boat out when a bi.3 explosion took place. Ue (toes 'not know whether thc captain and i his Ijoat were saved. The second of- ficcr sot away with about -twenty- four '.licii. ten mluntes before ,tho i that was picked up. "All agree the fire started at mid- night Sunday .from a cause unknown. In Iialf a.-i hour the whole ship for- ward and amidships was in liames with constant ..violent explosidns. The wirehiss apparatus was wreck- are carrying, to Boston hr-'ly of the chief steward, who ivaa frightfully burned by tho .explosion anil mcd ThiirMiiH 9ur docU1- ecrt. fled that lieath 'due to shock. "After nicking up the boat 'wo made another detour searching for otlicr hpati deeply regret could not Imd them, but nun) otliu vtcam trs arf1 listening to the sttiip di tht and trust rescue them nMrCoillcd all Mints to look out for two missing boati, Uxatlra are different ia that they do not gripe, purge nor cause nausea, nor does continued use lessen their i effectiveness. You can alwsys depend on them. 150. a box at 5 our Druggist's. 17> Mrwl CkcnlrU ilMttcd open a credit tor the payment ot that amount. ''What'tht Ultimatum Porfnu Priuqe, Ilavtl, -Mny British diplomatic Port au Prince today delhered an ultinutuut'to the Havtlon demanding the immediate najment ot au indemnity ot to a British subject, compensation for doalracHon bi file ot his sawmill dm Ing the Le contl revolution. The ultimatum ex- pires at 6 o'clock this meuing Tho Biltish demand Is bj tho nreser.ce lere ot ihn nutli.li ciuiser Suffolk The payment of this bum of inoney to tho Hiitlah subject in question, a man named Peteia, pie- had been ordeied by a unut ot arbitration. Immediately after the presentation of the British demand tho membeis of the chambei of deputies and sen- ate met in joint session Theii de- libeiations were marked by great et ;all, pure tea leaves, tjon't have to submit to the annoyance of dust and dirt floating in youjt tea cup and, injurious to your., Health; Costs no more than common-place teas. i Sealed lead Backets sold in cltehiout. Souatoi Can; in bitteily re prqached the cabinet 'lor nut being ab'ie to meet the demand. Tbeie aro no tunds on baud to meet the payment demanded: Bought ,Expermental Farm LambE beldiij's Ltd. were, the snecesslnl biddeis for the reinaindei of tbe Ev peilmenldl Farm tajiibn were included in the snecial feed- ing experiments GERMAN AID rBoi'iln, 5lav Gerald, United Stales Ambawadoi Berlin today, rceivod Inbtiui-tions {torn tbo State department at' AVasbiugton lo inalte a foim.il oxpiession pi tbanki to the tr.e energetic assistance ghen by the commando! and irew of the German cimsei Dresden in rescuing Ameli- can refugeeh at Tampico We Doubt if You ever Values Like These Bejo're THURSDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY We have hever given their unless 'a like r combination of; unfavorable conditions occur'again, we'll never ibelable'.to duplicate them. Think, of buying Canada's finest clothes below cost. ON ALL OUR LADIES' AND GENTS SUITS AND COATS Every garment carries bur guaiantee of satisfaction or money refunded. Every garment in the seasons latest material and style. Friday being a Civic Holiday this store will be closed. We will be open on Thursday night until 10 p. m. 1400 Suits and Coats to Choose from for TWO DAYS ONLY THE ROYAL STORE Southard Blopk 512 3rd Avenue South ;