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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HER AM) RAGE "tVE TUESDAY, MAY White Skirts aw} Middies New Stock Just Opened Middies White Wash Skirts Also New Wafch Dresses In Striped Voiles, stylish dresses, at In Fancy Crepes, latest models, at Other Wash Dresses, and up. All splendid values arid smart styles. Look them over while assortment is complete THESlMPSOIfCO., LTD. DOCTORS ADVISE OPERATIONS Saved by Lydia E. Pinkham'i j Vegetable Compound. j Swarthmore, For fifteen ysars I suffered Untold agony, roi I one neriod of nearly two years I had hem- orrhages and the doctors told me 1 would have to un- dergo an operation, but I began taking Lydia K. IMnkham's Vegetable Com- pound and am in good health now. I am all over the _________ Change of Life and 1 cannot praise your Vegetable Compound too highly. Every woman should take it at thitt- time. I recommend it to both old and young for female EMILY SUMMERSGII.L, Swnrthmore, I'a. Canadian Woman's Experience: i Fort William Ont.- I feel as if I could not tell others enough about tho Kood Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound has (lone for me. 1 was weak and tired and I could not rest nights. A friend recommended your Compound and I soon gained health anil strength and could not wish to sleep better. I know Dther women who'have taken it for the same purpose and they join me in prais- ing WM. A. HUFFY, 631 South Vickar Street, Fort Williams. Ontario. Since v.'e guarantee that all testimo- nials which we publish are genuine is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound has the vir- tue to help these women it will be.lp any other woman who is suffering in a like manner? If yon want special aclrlcc write to E. rlnkham Medicine Co. (coiifl- dcntim) tvnn, Mass. lour letter will lie opened, rend and answered by woman and liold in strict ronBdence. ootRcant end Mrs. W. J. Wailo, I'o lice liarratks, are receiving lations over the arrival of a son heir'on Saturday! Tho-monthly meeting of tluj- W- M. H. or Ivnox diurcli will he held tins livening in the school room, at clfhl o'clock. I for the dainty confection for people of refinement. The Ladies' Aid MI rtl. Andrews church will meet tomorrow afli'i'- noon at in the rear o( thf church. The 1'rntfccon class of Wesley church is licillB iMilcrtaiiifil at the home of Mr. Guess, (i'23 llth street south f f j Commissioner A..M. Grace Mr. and I Mrs J H. Wallace. .Miss Mie Wal- lace and Mr. H.. 1'ill'i's nl, Vclh" bridge, motored to Medicine Medicine Hat Tho ladies of Maple Leaf Chapter, No 7 O.15.S. star will entertain at a card party to be held in the Masonic Mall on Tuesday next, May AH members, with their husbands, are invited to attend, also the members ;of Coaldaie Chapter. Last evening in Westminster League the election for the conference year 1915-lli took place. The result of the election was as follows Honorary president, licv. J. H. Francis presi- dent Mr. H. H. Bruce first vice- prcs Miss'Elsie Jlatson second vice- nrcii .Miss L. Cowan third vice- u-cs Jliss Lea Simm fourth vicc- prcs Mr. Baiildry secretary. Miss L Shaw corresponding secretary, Mrs. J- 11- Krancis treasurer, Miss Earnest pianist, Jliss Ada Hall assistant Pianist, Mrs. J. B. Ki'an- "intcresting reports of the past year were presented by the retiring olhc- lers and it was also decided to ob- I May 23rd as Epworth League Simdav, when the evening service will V.T. "L -11 be in "charge of the Leaguers, and a Winston Churchill deserve a place on every shopping list. Never think of ordering groceries without including (EJiirUis. jw CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO Captain Had Full Instructions Says Whether women have UK; right to vote or not they have the right to a good cup of Tea and they arc guaranteed the host when, they drink Get Your Fawn from the Canadian Pacific An immense area of the most fer. tile land in Western Canada tor sale pt low prices-and easy terms, ranging from 511.00 to for farm ands with ample lands from 535.00. down- balance within twenty years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc., up to also re- payable in twenty years. Here Is your opportunity to Increase your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to A. F. CAMERON, Gen'l Supt. of Lands Dept. of Natural Resources C.P.R. CALGARY ALBERTA OH WILSON 4 SKEITH Agents Lethbridge, Alberta SOLDIERS IN ONTARIO CAN ONLY HAVE BEER Lindsay, Ont., May D. Fla- velle, chairman of the 'License Com- mission of Ontario, called a meeting of the local 'hotel keepers and their bartenders. The object was to in- struct license, holders how to carry out the new law, which it Is the in- tention of the Commission to strictly enforce. The gist of the chairman's address was to the effect that no wines or liquors are in the future to be served to soldiers, regardless of rank, at.any time. Beer can be dealt to them between the hours of 6 o'clock p.m. and 9 o'clock p.m. Empty flasks are to be an unknown vessel around hotels in future, and it ha: always been understood no .bottles of liquor are to be sold in hotels. A first offence or violation of the law which gpverns the Liquor License act may mean the cancellation of the' hotel keeper's license. -The Commis- 'i think, i opportunity of expressing their I SIDE TRAGEDY OF THE WAR IN HEBBIA London -May Admiralty During the-past-year Mr. 11. H.-{ had general'knowledge of the German Bruce, assistant principal oittesp-, i warning issued in Mr. minster public school, las been Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blus Ribbon, Lim.Ud, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use In Canada. Write name and address plainly Uruwrarrived in the city on the MtiiEruw th a.nl. train Sunday morning and have ce in the' Vic- After tjie regular business of the e, er ie rg league had teen transacted Jliss Ada words, tlianl.ed t fi A ie Slay Sergeant S. ft ho was taken prisoner by V. Patterson of the Princess Patricias, few fitting remarks Calgary man to get the lien made In- the pastor, Rev. J. H. Francis, atte'u which Miss L. Shaw, I The news is also ot interest, much as it shows that the Germans The farther waters of. the oceans hine before men that they ma get from the equator the les sne WAR i your works, and he led to glor- .Rev. rather which is in heaven." form nied the ceremony! Mr. .and Mrs. cecd further ell his loumej This is not m unu ual sight under the stances in Serbia. sioner wishes an: observance of the not in a coercive but a strict adherence to what the act sets -THINGS QUIET NOW forth. It would appear that violators AT THE COAST will not get a second chance as in yictorill May there the past, and the hotel men of further riots last I on out Bet here The onll i f forth by the chairman "LET THEM THINK" IS COMMENT OF BERNSTORFF New York, N.Y., May re-, malning in seclusion at his hotel the entire day, Count yon Bernstorff, the German Ambassador, left for Washing- ton- at 6.10 'o'clock Saturday. It was not, however, before he had run .the gauntlet of newspaper men, who had been awaiting him at the entrance of his hotel, .and who pursued him to the Pennsylvania station and into his car in their determination to obtain an t interview.. "Let them he was quoted as saying asked what he thought the American people would 'think of the torpedoing of the Lusitania. His final statement, after refusing, to answer a rapid fire of questions, that he would say nothing until proof was furnished that the .UislluiU had in fact been torpedoed by a .German submarine. r ill gill iiftaewti attemp't ot an outbreak was en citizen flung two Seer bottles tbrou' LlZeil vu j i front window of the New England Hotel, breaking the onlv pane ot glas remaining whole ilnce the Sunda' night riot EXPERT ON SENT TO FRONT London, May 10 British gov ernment has sent Dr John Scott Hal dane, the expert on gun i and imn. and similar to the front eipenment with lor counter acting the asphyxiating gases used by APPROVES OF VOTES FOR QUESTION OF HOURS On the Italian fiontler i ia Parlfc opinion pre HERE IS ANOTHER CAUSE OF THE London 'May William Ridg way a professor of archaeology at Cambridge University, in an address last, ni'ht before the Eugenics society, declared the 'irosent war resulted fiom cautionary racial struggles. Haid f-cts seen from a scientific new point said Dr. Ridgeway, "tn- tint Ihe present war is die first rf a out seiies and that the new strug- gle will b- more serious. The eaitn-1 wiite l-lu.es are getting filled up ami these irs are part ot evolutionary acial for existence, and not the rcoult of mere iilnsly ambitions. DETECTIVES IS FOUND GUILTY Saskatoon, May 9. William H. ,prin-ei tormer chief of detectives, va" 101 mi guilty tonight ot being ae- ifter the fact to tho blowing of a. .at. at Scott, Sasli, -by two men ncr living in Saskatoon at the lime The jury was out four hours and i half and added a strong recom- mendation to mercy. The defence put in no evidence, but Hon. .A. G. Mac- Kiy nrde a strong appeal to tne Jury, judge L'woort will pass seutence on Monday THE FALL OF PEZEMYSL m v s i ai tieinaticn in the war it onl question of divs Along tae Austrian trortiei where 'he correspondent of the Associat ed Frees has been from one end to the other of tho ine It v unnersai'y felt that It was a question cnl> ot hou s the Germans -A German elaotrlcian claims to have invented apparatus n> which he can measure the ten millionth part of a second of time RE-ENFORCE FROM C, M R Ottawa, has been re- ceived by the government that the Im: perla! government has-given its ap- proval to. the vote extending the fran-. chlse to Canadian soldiers. A' cable- gram to this effect was received last night Sir George Fertoy, acting HlBii CtimmlsBipaor to London. Canliton, Brown has rscilved word that forty men, sergtints and one lieutenant ITS to be sent from the C here to the east at once, to be studied to the le to go to England shortlv VARIETY TO OPE'N WEDNESDAY On Mas 12th one more Itheatie w 1 be opened whereby the amusement lovers will find a new field for.relaxation and Variety (formerh the Biiou) open Its dtiors to the piihlic at 7 p.m. on the above date as a high class exUus ive laudeillle and teature photoplav theatre. Two motion picture machines nill be used wherebv the wiitfi will be entirelj eliminated Anothei fea lure of the Varletv will ho the ladles rendenoua which will be tilted up nith all modern and will be open fiom 10 am to 10 p m with a matron in attendance at ftll times. A tumblei with a compartment thit can bo filled with ice or hot water to 1 eep its contents cold or warm has MOMENTOUS SESSION OPENS AT REG1NA Tegi Ensk., May Brown tliis afternoon open- ed tho Saskatchewan legislature. In Ihe cmmher a '.argo number of visi- tor were lEsembied. After the read- ot speech from the Throne, Premier Scott moved the adjourn- ment until tomorrow afterncon. Ihe speech from the Throne shows that beuJes the advanced.temporance Icgislitlon to be introduced, the ses- sion will be occupied by many.matters of unportince. The implement latlon will embody the recommenda- tions ot the recent' commission ap- pointed to consider (he whole question of film implement trade, within the "altogether likely the women suffragists of Saskatchewan again will nrcss for the right of the women ot the province to the franchise, and It is exnected that the legislature will place itself on record upon this ques- RlD ROSE TEAis good tea ;