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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT T HE I, 15 T If tt tt I D (i E 1) A F L Y HERALD' FRIDAY, MAY K 1915 rOKPKDO STRI (MI HER Ccal artd Boilers and Furnacss Double Bottom Deck A. Lounge Mutic Room D.: Grand Dining Sal B. Pro.iicr.idej, Rejni Suite nnd Dome of Rooms Ssiotm C. s snd Graixl Dining Saloon CAPTAIN TURNER of tilt- sunken l.usi- who i- sufferins severi'ly from shock and imim'rs.Oii. The captain stated .hat Iwo torpedoes struck his ai Promenade, and music room. ,bi promenaje. regal e torpedo, according fo wliat information is avail- i MAP OF THE SCENE OF THE LFSITANIA S1IOW1XG ITS DISTANCE FROM THE GEUMAN SUBMARINE BASES AT ZEK- BUVOGE AND KIEL i a J i i ,'l it-irffSfe London. May von Tip pit. German minister of Marine, is re- ported to have resigned as a result oi a ether members of the German government over the sinking of the Lusitania; according to a.i Exchange Telegraph Co.'s message i from Copenhagen. I "England German Kaiser to i thank that London is- not tcday a i scarred and victim j Zeppelin raids, accordinsr to pri-! [vate advices reaching here from Ger- j i This information was given to a netl- iru'I in Berlin by a member of the Ger- i man general staff, ft was said. Jlill-i j.ary leaders have argued and pleaded1 with the Kaiser for monlhs. according I to the story, to be allowed to send Zeppelins Oi'er London. The Emper- j or's only reply has always been that j I he ciid not wish to sanction such an at-} n I t] flllUIURl PITV QoijnnK bill ounUULo IlMde up bv the splenJ.n attendance an itemized statement ot.tack upon an unfort.t.ed c.ty Tl- fi'U'-e.s oi the attendance exqenses for m! caused some sur-j many of his own relatives resided, report'prove this" While the cnroltneni prise. "Give it t.) said Mr. i -Twenty-two airships were held in for 1915 was as asainst Higinbotham. "It will nrove In them i readiness in February favoraoie April last vear the percent-'.how economical ive have been." 'foggy Zeppelin weather in England of attendance was almost 2 per j The physical training prize donated I the neutral, whose name cannot De i cent, greater this year, reaching the I by t'ne strathcona Trust was won by stated, said. "Th i_-.i 03 C Uoi-rtiovillp li t-.-ii.- til Ijlllftntl had to bl i splendid figure oi Haudicviile an average oi 85.6 per i ;j- Westminster with 95.3 per cent. plan for a raid on Centrarschool il was decidi-.-i to London had to be abandoned, because leave the raonev at the disposal of j the Kaiser refused his_approval 'Princinal Stewart for athletic pur- "It took months and months for the i Westminster with 95.3 per cent. I princinal Stewart for athletic pur- "It took monts an mons iroires secouil, anil the High .school German Admiralty to set the 'third will. 93..; per cent. Several; A S3u W11S trom sanction for the jubmar a k-lasses had 99 per cent, attendance. f Mt fo, lhe calle, cotps. lt blockade of the Bri t sll B> tn .riven i hrpp ,n I inn Pi l same conrse 01 aiBument hih ccnscn Miss Berrinser was given three was to ;adopt Lieut. coarse of months' leave oi absence irom suggestion to spend part, of the raqn-.'-j 'or lhc USB l 2181. She wishes to go into training uvo sights and a target for-, be Zeppelins at (ialt hospital. the corps. Vne as she meets serious Miss -Sharman's request to return A rEquC2, ,'ron, High school EUC" lonk 'or bi" air School Board took place last night. to citv schools irom the i. reverset. men look .or in- m. The regular niontniy meeting i'as due he said, to the tion in Edmonton on May 2Sth to i two teachers in the the readjustment of the sys-] TORONTO minster kinderearwn had lieen let j tern of school records necessitated by i out, which necessitated some 20 rhil- the development of prevocational edu- dren being turned away. The decrease'cation. how.ever.'-is mure than' A letter from the department re- MAN RECEIVES U. OF A. DEGREE Miss Tilney's Toronto. Out., May Frederick .Ferrier, of Toronto, a dis- tinguished mining engineer, well- known throughout America, will re- k celve the first honorary degree of [Doctor of Science granted by the Uni- verstty of Alberta. Great Reduction Sale Of Millinery and Fancy Goods ommences Tomorrow SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1915 Miid will i.-oiiliiiiir iiniil the cud of ilie nionlli. All Trimmed IlalM. Hail 1'i-ice Flowers. Feathers, Ribbons. Veilings and all .Stamped Linens at 1-3 off. COS1E EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS 81" Third Avenue South. Relief committee of the Ottawa Wo- man's Canadian club announce that the response for clothing for the de- nuded Be-'zians IIKS heen so generous from all quarters that there is now a sufficient quantity in Belgium to last for some months. Food is still ur- gently -needed. quantities, and thousands of suffering bahies, or money to buy supplies with. however, in larg also milk for the FAMOUS PLAYAVRKiHTS LOST llr. l-'rohman's home v.-as in New York. -omans ome received an anonymous warning not to sale on the Luailania. returning homo to England. Among his well known iilays anil the "and Third Degree." of those Rylands Co., Specialists in Corsets, Hosiery and Underwear Saturday is "'Dollar Day" at the "Sell-For-Less" Store Wo had prepared a splendid list of "hot welter" specials for tomorrow, imt million dollar nun cami- along and spoiled oar phd.s. .So for UII.H..TOW we foil back on on., of our well known DOLLAR DAY SALES. The'goods advertised are staple and priced so tht.l ym, can stretch a dollar over tM'u tloUary' worth of gooils, BARGAINS UMBRELLAS choice rf 25 strong double frame 1'iBttrellas, on tor I MADAPOLAM Nain- sook finish, yard wide. Sat- urday special (J 4 s yards for liUU is a snap. 4 yards of 2 yard ff 4 ftfl wide Sheeting I size, seam- less heavy white cotton, each less heavy white gl QQ 'WHITE heavv Saxony regular ISe; fifl S yards tor BUNGALOW pieces of these serviceable Window worth flO up to 60c; 4 I.UU 25 Sample Dresses 1 i-ht I'rinl House Drosses; iizas "A and Sll-oltly. pal- U B lorns: same have dnat caps to Jj I match. Saturday T Italian Gloves soft pliable llaliiin Kill Glove. ;n tan or black. Sizes (IVi to r'.l. On sale while they last; per pair Warned g Corsets perfect fittini: Hoilbli- Shirt Corse.; washable; sizes ID choice While they last till) only Dainty Embroidery Waists, new this season; hlsh or low collars; sizes np to 411. Your choice 6 pairs Ladies' Hose Think of U, c-uougli Stockings for the season on sale tomor- row for Black Seamless Cotton Muse. 6 7 prs. Hosiery Stock up for the sumnn-r. Von will find' every size from li to 10 in the lot for boys or girts, 7 prs Yd. wide Dress Silks Blade, brown, pink, sky or a dozen other' shades in this yard wide .Messaline Silk; on sale for one day only; per yard..... BARGAINS MIDDY 14. Hi. white, 'blue trimmed, 4 00 tomor. row. eacii LONG SILK tra heavy quality slflt, black in- white; double flft tip, a pair.........9 I SILK LISLE pairs of the well Known Radium Siik Lisle Hose ww W.HITE tennis, etc. Our regular White f4 Qft Uuck Skirts for I UNDERSKIRTS or light colored cotton wash ff 4 Qft material; Jl.f.0 value "ww CORSET of our expensive lines, worth J1 ftfj up to your large whiteor Lolois Turkish Bath CH ftft of our Towels, pair tor y------ reeu'a. lot all 1m ft nft en Rolle. lowolllng I TABLE double: Damfsk Irish Linen, 72 inches'wide; flM Per yard DRESS GO'b and white, check ku.iable for coats. 52 Inches ft 1 flfl Per yard 4> I .UU CREPE la.ds of oui best Too White Crepe o.le for l tt 1 flfl 9 I MEN'S Union made; jackets to match; BJ 4 Special, each' 9 I.UU With separate soft col- lars. worth up to J1.SO; faring at' lars. worth up to J1.SO; C1 ftfl 5> I .UU men. with long sleeves and ankle length. Halbriggan: special flfl Per SLICKER black oiled Slickers; regular ?2.00 ff< QQ fine all wool black Cashmere'Socks; Cf for.......... RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE Family Grocers and Provision 'Merchants Tea and Coffee Specialists Crystal Dairy Per pound Florida Grape Larye 2 for Grape Medium size, '4 for Tomatoes, Hygean Brand, 2 for........ Castile Per bar Lemons, large 2 dozen for Oranges, per SliMjP, 25c. tJOc Head 2 for....... Green 4 bundles for..... for R. C. and G. W. 2 packages for Sunlight 11 bars for Washing packages for 25c 25c 25c 25c 45c 35c 25c 25c 10c 45c 50c 45c Sliced Ox per Canada First Baby "liizo, each Armour's Grage Juice i7V2, r.Oc and Lime 35c, IfiR, owe and f bottle 0. Per bottle Per. bottle........... Libby's Pork and Beans .tins for Sardines. 4 tins for Finest Nor- 2 for Morb'ay !n gloss. 2 for Per tin 5c -Prices: S5c 85c 45c 25c 35c 3Gc 30c Strawberries at lowest prices. 85c 15c 25c 20c Tea Garden U) pails, re- gular price On Fresh Homo grown Shredded Wheat Bis- cults, 2 for Oream of Per package .Sharwpod's Indian Chut- ney, rcg. tiflc; on siilc New Per pound Tomatoes in LJor bottle-......... IVIaconohie's Walnut Pickles, on Halo Maconohie's Onion Pickles; on sale Pimento Per .pound IngersoM' Cream Cheese' Per poun'tl........ Zig-Zag For Limburger 'Per pound........ Aryshire Roll Per pound 35c 25c 25c tOc 50c 30c 23c Phone Delivery to all iiarts of the 5th St. S. ;