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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 1910 THE LETIIRRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEiN AtRylands Tonight, i i, These Bargains from 7 till 1 Q o'clock You Save from 10 to.40 per cent, on every parch ase. -Save'the difference 100 Sample Voile, Middy and Silk Waists On sale for tonight at a discount of 26. per cent. all brand new, and high grade in every particular. The Silks and Middies come in every size up to 40. The Voiles come in 36 and 38 only. .See this lot tonight. CROCHET COTTON, Dexler'3 crochet coi.lon, res. ISc hall, size 30 to 1 o 50 HAIR RIBBON, extra wide, col- ors, tan, brown, navy, sky, pink, etc, tonight........... SILK GLOVES, in colors, also black 22 in. TH long, res.' M-00 for J SCHOOL HOSE) fine ribbed cot- ton, hose, alt .sizes, ex- tra special, 2 pairs J JL CHILD'S SOCKS, pink or sky; nearly every size, to- -i p night only........... IOC, LADIES' Silk Hose, black, white, lisle tops, "seconds" 872 tu io sizes for PONGEE .SJLtJ.'i-l .inches wide, natural color, reg. GOc, tonight only LT.OWELUNG, "white, with coi- ored 18 inches wide, tonight-only OC- Jl for Lt 3> G QUILTS, regular size, honey comb style, on sale nn last time for 1 .UU Bargain Blasts from the Big May White Sale These are only a few of the many snaps you will find at our Annual White Sale. See Window for other Tempting Specials. TORCHON LACES, up toU inches wide, up.lo loc. a yd. JJ for 3C LONGCLOTH, extra quality, tonight, oight yards for...................................---- EMBROIDERY, up to 0 inches wide, tonight a yard .............-V....................... EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS, 27 inches -wide tonight....................................... WHITE HOSE, lisle, all sizes SVS to 10 tonight WHITE DIMITY, fine dice check, tonight only PILLOW COTTON, -12 inches wide, fine cotton tonight .only 12ic 39c 25c 18c SHEETS, regular size, extra special value for to- .7 C nigiit'buly, CORSETS, 10 dozen clearing lonight, all'sizes .up to CQ 28, a pair. iJffl- short or no sieeves, fint: ribbed, .on sale tonight 1 g for loC DRAW.ERS; either-muslin with lace'frill.'or gauze kn ladies' sizes COMBINATIONS, extra fine quality, porous knit, etc., up to 51.00 for NIGHTGOWNS, for girls 2 to 1-1 year size, fine nms- 7C- lln, tonight........... uce, and that is to dissolve it, then ,ou destroy it entirely. To do this, just yet about four ounces of plain, common liquid arvon from any drug itoro (this is all you will ap- .ily it at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub t in gentlv with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or :our more appllcatipus will compleie- .y dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it, no matter ow much dandruff you may have. You will find all itching and dig- ging of the scalp will stop instantly, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and 'eel-a hundred times jsement. The various markings that will bo allowed by the "adjudicators in the Provincial Musical Festival are as fol- tor Henry Ainley. The story is of the dance took place, a large Union the place of. honor in lows: 10. quality and production aud enunciation, !15, intonation 15, balance and blend.jlocutor, comedians and songsters. 15, expressions and general effect 30; second part, entitled total 100. At tlie Majestic Reese Bros. famous-Africander Min- strels, who are to play the Majestic on Monday 'and Tuesday next, give promise of presenting one of the sur- prises of. the season. Their perform- ances take: the form of an old time colored minstrel show, with its novel first part, into which is introduced a wealth of comedy, singing and danc- ing, "put over" in true minstrel fash- ion to the accompaniment of the bones and tambos, "end men" and iuter- The ries one back to the happy days of 10, voice and I production 20, style and expression 10, plcnninnii intonation 10, enunciation 10, interpre- a tation 20, general effect 20; total 100. 15, expression In, speed 15, phrasing 15, general ef- fect 4U. Violin and 20 in- cluding intonation, expression 10, speed 10, phrasing 10, quality of tone 10, general effect 40. the ammunition had been sold to Vic- i kera. "When 4 _ was in I General "I said made enquiries If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide and 'found'ey had sold it to the admiralty, y Tickers .-had added something for exchange, insurance, etc., but he. understood-; no commis- sion was paid." Gen. Hughes declared thai all res- ponsibility for the sale of the am- munition, rested., with General Mac- donald, quarter master-general who had the right under tho act to dispose of such materials. The testimony of General Hughes was corroborated by General Macdon- ald and Allison, --who followed him to the witness, stand.. PLAYED WITH MATCHES is SFATALLYS BURNED Calgarj, WJ Ganz, sgeil foiir, aiedl'in the general hos- pital this morning 'as a result of burns caught fira plajing ulln matches at her father's hnnie. Strathmore, DEMANDS FULL INQUIRY London, May 12.-r-Mra.--P. Sheeny Skofllngton, in a further, yatement to- night, demanded the fullest Inquiry into her husband's death at which she bo legally represented. IS PREPARING PROTEST Washington, 'May U. S. is p. sparing to protest to Great Britain against the refusal to allow, the ship- ment of BlTppiles. by the American Red Cross to 'the Gentian allies. I CANADIAN CRAFT HAD GREAT RACE WITH SUBMARINE Chase Lasted'for Two and a Half Hours, and 41 Shells were Fired Montreal, -May two and a half hours' chase by a submarine, in which the crew of tho D.uendes cov- ered themselves with glory, was re- lated today of the steam- ship Dutmdes which arrived here last evening from Barry Docks. Captain. Chittenden, who manoeu- vred -his boat out of shell fire, and Chief Engineer William Cameron, who with the loyal support of his jun- iors and 14% knots out of a 10-knot boat, were the heroes of the fight. The Dnehdes was loaded with tons of ammunition made In Canada. She was not far from the English coast when the U-boat fired at her. she arrived at Plymouth from sC.tohn N.B., an ad miral was" on the quay to compliment the sailors on their gallantry. the sunny south, the frolics of the :es in the cotton fields, all the louthern darky raelpdies, and oth- r features which 'have -for years past een recognized as symbolical of a eal minstrel company. Into this sec- nd part is introduced many special- as by the entire company; Reese Bros; .carry a, fine minstrel rass band, w'hiclr will parade on the rihcipai streets of the city at noon n Monday and Tuesday, and also a pecial orchestra. At Star-land Those who did not ses "The Call jf the North" featuring Robert Ede- ;on, at Starland last night, missed a rare treat and should avail" them- elves 'if the opportunity fji see it onight-.- On Monday and Tuesday Edna Goodrich, most beautiful of Ameri- can dramatic stars, will appear at Starland for the first time in motion Jictures, in the great drama; "Arm- Magic Baking Powder costs no more than the ordinary, kinds. Far economy, buy tho one pound tins. IMPLIED THREAT IN GERMAN NOTE DELAYS NEGOTIA- TIONS WITH THE ALLIES Washington, May next step in the negotiations with the entente allies regarding treatment of neuiral commerce will be delayed on account of the implied threat con- tained in the German note of May 5, In which the liAnerlal government ex- pressed confidence that in vicv; of UIL now orders issued for submarine war fare the United1 States would .insist upon .Great Britain observing the rules of international law, in dealing witl trade and reserving to itself "com plete liberty of decision" .unless this end was accomplished. It was stated authoritively today that Germany's latest note had com plicated the situation, making it im possible for the" United'sutee to press Its demands nnon tho allies at once without appearing to do so the bidding of the Berlin government, am consequently it was uncertain whei n reply would go forth to tho latest British the leadership Splendid music was supplied for the twenty dances that were on the pro- gram. Every arrangement had been made for the" pleasure of Uie guests, a cozy sitting room downstairs being only one of the features of the evening. At midnight a delectabln supper was served downstairs by the men of the regiment at quartette tables, decorat- ed with carnations-. The guests'.were "received by Mrs. O. E.. Wallace, wearing a white satin gown with over-dress'of heavily em- broidered silk net and pale plnlt satin ceinture; boqnet of enchan- tress carnations, and Lieut-Colonel Pryce-Jones. Among the guests were: Mrs. Gra- ham Johnston, Mack silk net over blaclt satin, yellow irises; Mrs. Hugh Donnan, turquoise blue taffeta and tulle; Mrs. L. M. Johnstons, rose pink satin and embroidery, Ophelia roses; Mrs Leech, pale blue over blue aatin; Mrs. dewdrop net "Watkins-Han- Porter, Hardisty, L. M. Jolinstone, De- vine; Lieuts. Horn, Graham Johnston, Donnan, Asquith. Frame, Kerr, Mc- Gowan, Scholey, Jones, Grimes, A. G. Oliver; Supt. Pennefather, Inspector Clinnpy, Mayor liarclse, Messrs. Bow- man. Barnsley, Skeith, Tinning, S. B. Mitchell, Parker, Harmon, Bawden, H. Morgan, Downer. Sehl, McArtbur, Kirkham. Miebach, McLean, Hlundell, Smill. and Siumhouse. A wedding of unusual social and military inlerest was solemnized at the Pro-Cathedral of the Redeemer, Cal- gary on Monday, when Miss Jean Hogg of Calgary was married to Major Daniel Lee Redman, late of the Tenth battalion, and one of the veterans of St. Julleu. Major the Rev. G. H. Hog- bin, chaplain ot military district No. 13, officiated. The church was decorated with palms, flowering plants and wreathe! of roses tied with tulle. A guard of honor composed of the veterans of St Julien met the wedding party at the gate and troop of the Royal North-west Mounted Police commanded uy Inspec tor Newsome bordered the pathway while the sergeants of the 82nd bat talion with ten officers lined the aisle The 82nd band was also in attendance The bride entered the church on the Ottawa, May naval depart- ment announces that the admiralty is calling for a limited number of train- ed aviators from Canada for commis- sions in the royal naval air service, and that with a view to providing train- ing, the Curtiss aviation school will be re-opened in Toronto. Canadian aviators wishing to enter the service are required to apply to the secretary of the department of naval service at Ottawa. The age limit of candidates Is from 19 to 25 years, and only well educated aUiIetic and thoroughly fit men with excellent eyesight can be accepted. A gratuity of ?100 will he paid to those obtaining a pilot's cer- tificate from the Canadian aviation school on condilion that the aviator joins the royal naval air service, and undertakes after the war to become a member of a Canadian flying corps should one bo organized in Canada. Recruiting in Winnipeg Winnipeg, May 12. Vice-Adiniral Charles B. Kingsmill, director of nav- al service of Canada, arrived today from Ottawa anu spent the day in the city in connection with making ar- rangements for recruiting for the roy- al naval aviation service. Vice-Admir- al Kingsmill stated that he was also on a tour of inspection. He held brief consultations with his honor the lieutenant-governor. Sir Douglas Cam- eron, and with Brig.-General John Hughes, who also arrived back from Ottawa yesterday. Vice-Admiral Kingsmill left for the west at 10.50 tonight. GERMAN 1916 HARVEST DOOMED TO FAILURE; FAMINE IS CLOSE London, May Daily Tele- graph's correspondent says, accord- ing to reliable information he has re- ceived, Germany's next harvest is bound to be a failure. "It is this hopeless prospect for the strong's Wife." Miss has to the United States a nerve-racking: txperiences, as a nursi n the war hospitals of the Old Coun- :ry. Her own beautiful home near uondon is now being used for con- valescent wounded. In "Armstrong's Wife" she appears as a young woman, for whose affec- ions two men are seeking. Disap- pointed and unhappy after, a few months with one of them whom she discovers she con- sents to lose herself in the Canadian wilds with the other. Subsequently at a meeting of the three principals the wrong is righted. OnixOibFoarraclcsbruY ock, white brocade and pink satin; Mrs Frame, white ninon over white satin; Miss Porter, white embroidered net, blue velvet girdle; Mrs. A. G Oliver, Mack taffeta; Mrs. Elton, ap pie green velvet; handsome passemen- trie' Mrs. Brymner, cream satin and jewelled net; Mrs. H. J. Skeith, cream net, flame taffeta girdle; Jlrs. G. R. i Tinning, blue satin and cream lace; Mrs. S. B. Mitchell, blaclc taffeta and tulle, touches of cerise; Mrs. Ham- mond, brocaded bine velvet, white lace; Mrs. J. Bawden, blaclc ninon over satin Mrs. Kirkham, rose 'crepe de chine; Mrs. E. J. Sehl, black satin, tango bodice; Mrs. Parker, vieux rose corded velvet; Mrs. Pennefather, gray satin' and lace; Mrs. Hardie. jewelled net over emerald green; Mrs. A. B. trimmed wit drape. She St. Cecili valley. The matro ford Hellly; riet Redman, Major Redman at W.- H. McLaws, jins. LEAPED FROM THE BIG BRIDGE Alta., May An unknown leaped from the top of the high level bridge today into the Saskat- r.hewan river. This Is the first suicide that has occurred from Ihe great structure, which is over 200 feet high. The body has not been found. iBiafford, black lace over white, and just returned! b t orange. Mrs. Har- tter'a year ot velvet, auchess Jace; Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, pink taf- !eta, over-dress of embroidered net; Mrs. F. -W. Downer, black ninon and moire; Mrs. J. H. Wallace, black satin: Mrs. McArthur, pink satin and lace; Miss Price, bebe blue satin; Miss Ott, orchid crepe de chine. Richmond roses; Miss Gladys Ott, pink taffeta; Miss Esther Bonnell, black velvet and pink iiinon; Miss Simpson, pink bro- cade with black velvet bolero; Miss Helena Simpson, white embroidered voile; Miss Stitt, black iiiiion over midnight blue satin; Miss Latferty, white net embroidered in blue shades; Miss O'Hagen, black ninon over cream satin; Miss MacLeod, black lace over cream brocade; Miss Pennefather, white lacd and tulle; Miss McKlllop, white satin and brocade, red roses; Miss Hardie, blue accordion pleated chiffon over" pink; "Miss- Grier (Ma- wliite satin and lace, bownots .of black velvet; Miss Proud (Ma- cream shadow- lace, French pink pannier drapings, Richmond roses; Miss Effle Wallace, white taf- feta hip drapings caught with pink rosebuds; Miss Bessie Patteson (Red black ninon over satin; Major Howland, Major Blrrile, Capts. Melvor, Skelton, Wntkins-Hancock, Leech, -in-Iaw, Mr. germant government to a desper- jre a smart peace venture through the medr ic taffeta with of negotiations with the United d revers, shell white picture failure of the harvest is due and -white to the .blockade, German d a flower will be poor because German B aud lilies of is impoverished, and the is impoverished because the onor.was Mrs. navy has cut off from .Ger- idesmaid Miss all its overseas supplies, first of the groom, cattle feeding stuffs, secondly all or Snelgrove, fertilizers. In all parts -of of the Tenth empire farmers have reported comrade-in-arms their land will not this year bear t St. Julien full yield. 3 ushers were this fact now 'before it, the M. C. Bernard, Mr. Kidd and Mr. knows that even if stayed o-f in thfi meantime, famine next win- is inevitable." Clean bright faucets. No grease and grit in the cracks or you use Old Dutch RED ROSE "is good tea" k O ;