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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY RYLANDS CO.-COR6ETS, HOSIERY. UNOERWtAR. ETC T H E L E T H I! R 1 f> G E DAILY 'HERAt_rf PAGE FIVE The Best Wearing Stockings In America, are the Radium ALL SILK....75c SILK BOOT....S5c SILK .50.. Me Hfavy Jap Silk, 7Sc. lust Hip thing; tor separate vva'ists. good weight, 87 ins. wide, untenable, and it win wash. We are showing ready lo wear waists from the ma- at By. the yard Organdie Voilei, 50c A no.- 40 Inch Voile with an organdie consider frlis better value than many linos sold (or Inc. Special Per I .argest Stock of American AndCanadian Corsets in city tirrE NEVER TIRE of talking W aboiil Hie Corsets we (or il is one of our pel "hobbies." Then again we have something lo talk about when we handle such famous lines as Warners, Redferns, Nemos and the D. and A. makes. We have both quality and over 1000 pairs now in stock to choose from. WARNER'S CORSETS-With the patent double skirt, medium bust, Ions Qnft skirt, special value wtf WARNER'S Uce front models in four qualities. Tomorrow we AA are selling a dandy line for.... "REOFERN "Front the he.t corset ia the city. On sale DYSPEPTIC CAN WELL By Taking "Fruit-a-tbes" Says Gapt. Swan J.ife vrry miserable lo thoM who mlTer with Indigestion, Sour Stomach and Biliousness, lllii letter from Captain (oiueofllie belt known skippers on the Great J.akM') tells now lo get quick relief from Stomach Trouble. PORT 19.13. "A man has a poor chance, of living nncl enjoying life wheu he cannot eat. That was what was wrong with me. Jjoss of appetite and indigestion wait brought on by Constipation. I have had trouble with these diseases for 1 lost a deal'of'flesh- mid suffered For the last couple of years, I have taken "Fruit. E-tivea" and have been so pleased with the results that 1 have recommended. them on many occasions to and icqulintancei. 1 am sure that "Fruit- ft-lives" have helped me greatly. By following the diet rules and taking 'Frnit-a-tives" according I o directions, any person with Dyspepsia will get jetaonv decay H ire sold brail dealers at soc. a box. 6 for or trial sb.o or sent postpaid on receipt of prict by Fruit-a-lives limited, Ottawa. Dressmaking Department, Room 1, Upstairs THE BUSY STORE LIQUOR MEN ASK FOR COMPENSATION Kegimi. Sask., May members of Ihe Western Wine -Mer- chants' association were closeiert with members of the provincial gov- ernment this morning. The delegation was received by Premier Scott, Hon. George Lansley and Hon. George Bell. "We were promised earnest consid- eration of. our said A. A. Strong, secretary. Arthur Sullivan, counsel for Ihe as- sociation, presented arguments in fa- vor of compensation. -He said the British government in abolishing the slave trade, illegal and diabolical though it itlieht have been, compell- ed those concerned. The Central W.C.T.i' meets tumor-1 irow afternoon at 3 o'clock in (lie Iri-j i angle room tif the Y.M.C.A. i I The engagement in of .Mies .Mela Gibson, youngest daughter of Sir] .loliil and Lady tiibsoli of Hamilton, I.Mrs. lioljert Waldie ol Tnrunlo. The A. uf St. Clinrcli are! holding a chain lea at tlic home ofj '.Mrs. Wash-brook, Thursday afternoon. I Jlay Tile members ol' tin. .hmiur Ciris' Bible class of St. Cyprian's church are requested to be at tile room of church at R oViock on Thursday evening for a business meeting. The engagement anonm-ed in 1 lingland of Rev. Hupi'il-Hede Winscr. .M.A., late of ConttB, Aha., now chap- i lain. 5Sth Infantry Brigade, lingland.! and Miss Alison Klnaitor only, daughter of Canon and .Mis. Kvans. of I Hedworth Rectory, Xnneaton. Krig- land. The Alexander Call chapter, E., will liold tlieir re.mriar monthly; meeting in the Y.ll.C.A. tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. There will be no executive meeting. Members jcin-j ing previous to December. are! reminded that their for 1915 are! now due. CARDINAL TO VISIT ALBERTA Winnipeg. Man.. May Begin of Quebec has announced his intention of making a tour of western Canada in the fall. He will come first to St. Boniface, and then will go to where he will speak. The important sees in. Alberta, will prob. ably be visited on bis return journey. Lient.-Col. .1. .1. CreHlman ol Ihe Artillery Brigade, .Montreal, who is reported among Ihe wonmied, is a j cousin of Inspector Jenniiies, of ihej H.N.W.M'.P- white Captain K. M. i Perry of the I'Hh Uatialiori Royal; Highlanders, who is also rmiorted j wo.unded, is a brother of .Mrs. nihgs, being son of Commissioner j Perry, C.M.G.. of the K.NAV.M.F. Tiie card party and social lieid last night by the members of .Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7. O.E.S.. in the Masonic Hall, was an entire success. Four- teen tatties were ill play, and the prizes I were' equally divided between l.eth- jbridge and Coildale. Mr. Fan' and Mr. (F. Norton, of Coaldale. winning the firsi gentleman's and consolation priz- es, respectively; Mrs. A. Williamson was the winner of the ladies' prize, ind Mrs. McVean won the con- olation. After refreshments nad been served, impromptu, (lancing was in Women troubled with constipation find ReMll Orderlies far superior lo the usual harsh purgative. Sold only bv 1 D Higinbotham Co., Limited, The Hexall Store, 10c., 25C. and 50c. boxes. A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS FOrTBALANCEOF WEEK 32-in Colored Pongee Silks We have all the leading shades, and al- though Hie regular value is 75c. oui' Special Prioe House Dresses Good heavy Gingham, Print and Per- cale, lo value. Our special Price is .........................8oC FLOUR HAVE YOU NOTICED THE SAVING? -DOZ- ENS OF PEOPLE HAVE. WE OFFER 98 Ib SACK OF ELLISON MILLING CO. "OUR BEST" FLOUR FOR PRICE GOOD FOR BALANCE OF WEEK- SAVE THE DIFFERENCE. Men's and Ladies' Umbrellas A veal nice line we picked up for caslt al sacrifice; easily worth Out; Specinl Price 8oC Ladies' Raincoats Brawn, blue, grey ami lawn. Last year was dry and we carried a few over. We now clear them out at t-3 oil'- "Our loss, Ladies' Summer Vests Another cash purchase. made lhai enables us lo sell you Vests up lo 25c and 3oc values for, Special j.0c Ladies' Combinations Fine knit cotton lisle, loose. knee length, short sleeves or shoulder, straps, beautifully trimmed with tine lace. Our Special Price DENTISTS' records show that the front six teeth on your lower jaw rai-ely decay. And physi- ology points out this reason for it: These six teeth are more constantly in contact with saliva than any other teeth you own. For they are the lowest in your mouth. And behind them are the two principal salivary ducts. Your own saliva the preserver of your teeth. For healthy saliva is alka.- neutralizing the decay- promoting acid of food particles and rendering it harmless. 'When you chew clean gum like Sterling you bring of your teeth for the time in contact with saliva. You make them share in the "luck" which Nature has given to the front six. Sterling- Gum you'll want its delicious flavor goes through and through and stays and stays. And all the time you're enjoying the delicious Ster- ling gum itself is doing your teeth a good turn; The ateriim Gum Co! of'Canada, Limited lirs. Dr. Theobald .L'oleman, known o newspaper readers throughout Ca- nada as died at Hamilton. -Mrs. Jolenian was born in Ireland, where she received her early education, con- cluding it in Brussels. She came to Canada in 1S83. .and entered newspa- per work on the Toronto Saturday Night, later going and.Em- pire with she continued until a few years ago. Since then she had. written for a number of news- papers on the syndicate plan. Mrs Coleman was first brought into prominence through her letters from the Chicago .World's Fair. She visited Cuba where she witnessed the fight at San Juan. She had reported a num- ber ot big events for the papers with For Sallow, Wrinkled, Freckled, Pimpled Skin i onduti Mav separate S'ich's'hf waesncon'nercte'd. "She'is'sur-janti distinct 'battles were fought in vived by lie, husband, one son, E. B. the just closed ami there can be (n uing woti! lor somc and one daughter, Mrs. John liltle doubt that the ron. Sat- (o nighl and iverr iiVvitcil into tlio Kings hotel, whcrc'lliey two or three drinks Villi tlieir "new Inenrt and Him ineanileiTd' 'down to the Queen's where, as they in Hie street, .Mor.iii" siiiloenly struck- TOU llavo any bl< Jordan (in the side oi the 'face, and nowdm OT afterwards .Ionian discovered that he j uu had been slashed with a knife and was lalidi ll'ospiuil, irom whence the doctor was called. The evidence so tar .given., shows that although thej bad. liccu in town hut a day or two, they hail located about nil liio hotels, and biis spenl jwhat money they-had. It looks, as thougli at, least one of. thorn, vdll have UisilEur npuM. Gartshore. CHANGE THE NAME Toronto, Out.. Jlay the city council last night a petition pre- sented from the residents of Bismarck avenue, requesting the name of that IHlii; UUUUti Hidb I unlay the 8th, until Friday, the Hth" .will rank among the most 'bloodv'in the history of EuroiM. says the Pas De Calais cor- respondent of He adds -DREAM STORIES .BEING TOLD BY AUST.HIANS London, .May latest. Ans- uonen o Surday night saw no lessening Irian and Hungarian newspapers re- in Ihe .intensity of the struggle. On nan a iceived in London- contain-'details of was guest and the street naming commit- tee were instructed to choose a new for the wet teawra Oiled Clothing Towei-'s navy brand long Slickers. black and yellow; special price.. Tower's navy brand Coals and PanlS' in. and green. Our special price, each Gum Boots We handle the lirsl quality only. We liave thohi in all sizes; our price. We invite inspection. Come laiokiw for Bargains. We have them! E. J. HILL CO. Theodore. Sask.. May IS. -Three children of E. Jlolick, a farmer living eight miles northwest of here, wand- ered froni home Friday about (1 p.m. Thev were out in Friday night's heavy rain', and when found last evening, ab- out a mile and a half from home, the stt.year-old twin girl was dead, and her brother and younger sister weie badlv chilled, but will recover. They had "slept in the bush at night and wandered out on the prairie in the daytime.________ REFINING INDUSTRY _, v FOR CANADA LIKELY Ottawa. Out, -Hay J8.-H is under- stood that the committee of experts which recently inquired into the feasi- bility of establishing a zinc, copper and'brass refinery Industry in Can- ada has reported favorably, and that e an n a our men again and again hurled back Getman attacks. During the darkness, the Germans, as though a ware, that shot until they could no longer hold their titles. Tiie fury of the assau.t was indescribable. Dawn oi Sunday showed in the fields in front of Yprcs tlieir dead-piled like cornstalks at harvest time, British ami German ly- ing side hy side." aa as re Ihe preliminary plans are now being I considered bv the government. Such Ian industry would naturally reduce the cost of production ot the munitions cf war. Police Investigate Alleged Stabbing Affray at Fernie Kcruic, Jlay IS.-lSpecial to the Herald) Whimstcr. is saccd in holdine a preliminary ex- nmination into the iacts surrounding a rather peculiar case of transitory 'be sinking of the-Uusittinia, hut con tey the impress blacklicads. raA'k or mcria.lizral mi USB VntU IH morning wirh rani water. 10 liavn tried this. Hiwl s ana tiar results, rSSutrilSbfy were talien to insure saving lives as possible; According to some liner not only expected the attack, lint provoked it, inasmucli the-Uusitania.-niit con- the auacii, iion that all.precautions as "her guns were showtn.; lion, alat. GOODBYE CURLING IRON! BETTER METHOD FOUND a laiiu-t jicuuimi criminality which has been brought before, him'by H'c united, efforts of! the, Fcrnie and provincial police. 'i Last Saturday night, or about the that Sunday morning was tip- -------'toein? over the midnight, line Dr. Moore was called to'the Central ho- ld Ui dress the, wounds ot a young man named J. C, Jordan. The doctor found a wound about Don't burn the life out of your hair with that instrument of torture, the curling iron. There ia nothing that nibs