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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.ETHBHIOCE DAI'JVY PAGE The Time is Short 4 More Days GREATER BARGAINS THAN HERETO- FORE AWAIT YOU TOMORROW AT The Royal Store today a shipment of beautiful summer Dresses and Waists. The same will be on sale tomorrow IAG mm May to The was tig day throughout British Columbia- and if general results kept pace with what the ladies ot Pernie accomplished, there will he sol to burn, for a whije at least" The1-Daughters of the Empire had the tag day arrangements under their direction uere, and over f260.00 waa collected. Besides the cash, some 500 pairs of good army sox were donated. All the cash collected for tags will be invested.Jn sox, so that about pairs of footwear will be ready shipment, along with a large box of oilier supplies which has been collect- ed and is being prepared for ship- ment to the headquarters in a few days. There are bandages, handker- chiefs, .cotton and other articles need- at the front. While-tbe-ladies have been so busy, the recruiting of men-for the 54th Bat- talion goes along In an ever-increaBiim ratio .until now there are 60 men on the rolls, with 25 or 30 awaiting the result of dental work, in order to he able to-pass the inspection. Friday night the citiiens of towr Save the volunteers a smoker, which Hafl with enthuaias tic friends'6t Ihe -boys, and a gram time was enjoyed by all present. A long and excellent programme 01 songs, "choruses and recitations wa! rendered. The National Anthems o all the-'i'llied powers were sung, somi nt them several times. E. Bargan, i Belgian, rondered the Belgian anthem In in" excellent manner, and MB singing of the ''iMarsellaise" was so fetching thai it; fetched him onto the platform for a. repatition. Archie Prentiss was so gooil -'at Scotch songs and dialasct stories: tiiat he wae brought back sev- oral times. A voluntary contribution was (.ol lected at the door, wdich netted and this, money is to be devoted to paying for dental work for the hoys who are anxious to join, but so far have been rejected, though otherwise Physically most, fit for service. ill told, Friday night and Saturday brought-into the patriotic funds as all these b.b'jects must be called a sum equal .fe S760, a, pretty good days Therte are several parties who have collecting, who have not vet it when all nearln district, hava been beard from, the total will reach if not pass, the 11000 marl CnntSin Moffatt tblnks.that the. mm nr. will COffl" 'JllSt tO the Preached Special Sermons Sunday at Westminster The Rev. Victor Honey, ot Coal- ale pleached sermons to the ougregatiou of Westminster church an Sunday. In the ered a very, fine and heljlul addien 10 the officer! and inwiben of the Epwbrtb Leajue at tlwir annual -in- duction service.'. outlined Jheir work, and m tbe "o" of his 'address gave imuKow helpful Raymond, May M.-Viotona Day was suitably celebrated here, the day- Seine in the hands of the stake M. I. A., w usi- n e ans A., which held its finals 'in the musi- cal oratorical, story-telling and ath- letic nvcnU, Hit winners o! this meet being these who will represent the Taylor stake at the inter-stake here on the .3rd of .June, when Card- ston will be present with a strong team. The day was., rather- unfavor- able the storn: almost entirely pre- d aDie .-ne SWJIH: j venting the holding ol the track and field events. The musical and oratorical contests were" held in "the ojfo'-n house in the morning, and some splendid ta enl was brought out. 'Representatives were present from almost every ward in the. stake. The keenest rivalry was manifest andylhe, applause was generous. The advanced senior ora- tion was won by {Rulen Hickcn, Ray- mond first ward.A who delivered a. most ahle addrtts on thei "Call ot Production." 'Miss Roll Love, Ray- mond second ward, carrkrt oft. the honors in- the-senior .oration, with Mrs La Baron Barawell second. The junto itorv telling was close, Wi'Iii. 4-nderaon Raymond second ward taking first, and Edith Cool, Magrath, second. Ihe ninners in the musical were as follows': Girls' chorus, Ray- mond lii-it Stilling second Torento, Ont., May the Llb- Club Federation ot Ontario to- nifkt. 9ir Wilfrid Laurler addressed the delefatM. He .poke ot the war; denounced any attempt at holding an Blection with the military situation as it 36, and declared his readiness to co- operate with the government for the prosecution of the war. do not care to open the portals of office with that bloody he said, referring to a mid-war election In such a crisis, be said political ex pediency shouM be lost sight of, ii view of the scn--c: to Umpire. He referred to opposing parties and otne participants in the campaign. having sunk political differences because o the universal peril. A coalition gov- ernment in Great Britain i the Irish Protestant and the Irish Catholic, Home Rulers and Orangemen standing shoulder to shoulder', the Welsh will- ing to defer the question of disestab- lishment: the apparently irreconcil- nble parties in France uniting to form a defen.e .movement, were all exam- pies to Canada of how a nation should sink ail minor political differences for the common good. As leader of the Liberal party, ie said he was-ready to co-operate wltb the government for the prosecution of the war. 0 J Hanscli is in the city Iron North Dakota, visiting his family B. B. McCarty lias taken up hi residence in Calgary. Mr and Mrs. Mm Dixoii'. Map Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, c Medicine Hat, motored up for tl which they spent at th home of S. J. Shepherd. Mrs. R. A. Crawford and daughte Eve.lvn'of Lcthbridge, arc visiting th former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Review. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Clement. Ber- lin; announce llie engagement of their elder- daughter, Blanche Mildred, to Mr Frederick K. Kelly, son oi Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kelly, oi OJuelpb. The .marriage will take place in June. 'Miss Francis Twamley and Mr. Leo Barnes were- quietly married at the home of the bride's "sister, Mrs. A. B. Cianbrook, by Rev. W. K. Thomson, -pastor ot Knox Presbyter- aii church. Your List Of Specials For Wednesday Morning d These Specials are on sale, while they last, until 1 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. No phone orders will be taken Every special is worthy of your very careful consideration .........SHOP EARLY TOMORROW MORNING These'Beautiful Fancy Crepes Should Bring a Crowd Wednesday Morning Shoppers Lovely Fancy Crepes, all 27 wide, .war- ranted fast colors. Material, are good weights ind of firm texture. These are from our regular 2 c and stock and Include fancy alrlnes. floral designs and plain colon, also white. I n- doubtedly the best Summer Dress offer Ibis season WEDNESDAY MORNING, per yard The Cheapest Verandah ling we Yet Ottered. 4. ft.0 in-.'x 7 ft....... Cocoa Fibre Hugs with neat striped border ef- fect suitable for Verandah or Kitchen RUB. "ill wear like iron. Size 4 ft. fi in. s ft. Qgn Regular www Ladies'Drawers, 35f. Values Sale tor I'aii'N of These Milanese Mosqnitaire Gloves Selling' at Ian. grey and black in these line quality .Milanese I.isle .Mosquitaire (Jloves. These are ail 27 inch lengths in sizes from li lo 7'.- pair's to so on calc. Res. 5n ciualily 9 Oft WEDNESDAY MORNING tVW .00 I'ndei skirts Selling: at... Ladies' White Cambric Drawers, neatly trim- med with white Torchon lace. Regular 9Rf> 35c lines fcW Men's Summer Caps 70 oi Cap! Pcntland Lindsay, Inspector of Mounted Police, held her first recep- tion, to meet the ladies of Red Deer on afternoon at her resi- jk w'as couple s aihu NCIU e chandelier to table corners. men uot tn waste means needed to handsome Mrs Lnsay wore owt-oimidnSht blue satin with unic of bine and rose satin brocade. She also wore handsome corsage o naments of diamonds Mrs. Dr. George who ponred tea had on whi e bordered voile over pink sill, and Greene; who cut the ices, men HOT in complete the wor.K s.q gallantly begun by puiting on .the. garb oi. woe which would have, distressed those who in tango pon and Miss an re n white crepon also assist- ed as well as the small daughter ot sa inf, the 'house, Miss Mimosa into May new eruption late Redding, peak hurst today, the, greatest and most viplpit, woulu nave. have-fought the JSCQI) fight, and .will i ago. bring the enervaiiipg .eltects of oepres-] s sion to the. men .who are ft is hard to brave Council lias declared, but. now, ever is the moment for .courageous women, -who have won the crown of: martyrdom in will-if not in dcetl, to] since the mountain awoke Another Hood ol mud, triple' i the size of yesterday's, swept down '0Uhe nioiintaiuside with Hirer, steaming' ii! streams of lava in Its wake. It coi> the countryside like a tidal nearly the not the .trlbutf due to the ing lor their 'lanche of mud and boilme deuce, Itli Street North, largely attenilcil. For ___r._ ._. hoiirs tlic ladies made'an effort to forget the sad thoughts of the pres- ent situation which seems to fill the mind constantly. The rooms present- ed a most.charming appearance, Mrs. Lindsay being the happy possessor of etery. BRITISH PRISONERS GERMAN CLAIM Copenhagen. May The .total number ot war prltoners now in Ger- many and Austria-Hungary :is 3.386.- 000, according to the Frankfurter Zei- tuug. The paper says that this total Includes one million Russians, French, British, Belgians, and Serbians. Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS WILLKIU MORE FUFSTH4N Of ANY sTltr" AKHFP BID ROSE i i the nouse, who was a charming picture in shell pink crepe. The Alexander Gait Chapter I. 0 1) E request that any who have lin- en or cotton suitable for hospital use will kindly leave it at -133 8th bt. b. The 0. B. A. are being enter- tained at a tea given by Mrs. Livie, 318 15th" Street attei- noon.. The tea in-aid oi the A. of St. Marv's, which was to he held at the home of Mrs. Geo. 13al Avc. N., has been postponed un- til further notice. The Wesley Lennis-eHib held, a very successful social at the parsonage last Thursday evening, a-large number of niiests- present. The guests by Mr. and Mrs. Coh- hledick and V. Petrie, president, o the club. An informal programme ot music was given, i the following con- tributing Miss Collins, Miss Reyn- olds Miss Way, Mrs. Chandler, Mr. Patterson and'Mr. Fetrie, with Mrs. Kailey as accompanist. Dainty re- freshments were served ay. the ladies. The llathesis Club will hold a lun- cheon, at 1.80 prior to- their annual meeting in Wesley Hall ternoon. Members are requested to co'ntributions to the Tra- vellers' Aid. "Do voii approve of the suggestion that aii appeal be sent by the Coun- cil to these women fall in asking them to relrain from wearing conventional mourning, and to mar instead a band of royal purple oil the arm 1 hat was Ihe message bent a lew dajs ago M thr chiefs ol the execu- tne of tilt Council of .wo- men to lesser ofhiers ol the society, ind which hai, been endorsed'by the local Council of Women The Na-; lional Council, which embraces near-: h all societies of women has spoken one voile Jllil it has asked.that the leraembiaut-e ut who have lickly, b> way of eager sao- 5M1TH' --GROCER, 1RDER supply of ffiljicUtB from your be sent with your week's supply, fif. Provisions. logiciil and sensible closing item on every grocery list. Always in demand CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO ;