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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILV HKHAI-D These Goods on Sale people lion- deli every corner ol tin. u till H o clock. Voillaml _59C Cambrics 9C Cross Bar Muslin 15c nearly a. v------- ol giving highest possible value for your money has been the enviable record of _____- MMB The standard of excellence thai-has gubhc conlidence will rcmam unchanged at au Miss .Marguerite Hunt, of I. I Spring, is spfildiliK the Wl-rl end with tin- Ur.srs Kramc. Aveinu; A Solitli. Ur .1. II. l.an'i'i'tv and .las. Short, iof Calu.iry, who have been visitimc l.affcrU. oi this city, rctuiiicil In jl'alj'.arv this morninc. The is annoilliccil i.l Violet Muriel, daughter oi Mr. an" Ka.lley, ti, Jack Allen Macln- hosh, nf tin: M. K. Ihi'wcil- i.iiliK will take in -limf. 7.30 to 10 Tonight Kid Gloves 85c 98c SILK HOSE Colofn black o .Tan. regular t'l.OO.. (or 65c Halt rrice. I RYLANDS CO. in iliv Til I'll BIT n is lip ID voi'. lliis pal Holism siiid (I" i: in help up Drink. Become an Abstainer Vote "Dry" July 21st "WE ARE FIGHTING AND, DEADLY FOES IS DRINK." Lloyd George Mi'Nally wa I'oiriuan this wonk, nn trill. a visitor in a is Washbrook is pivinj; a Ira ill li'.mir. I'JM 111. Avenue North, sdav aftrr.innn at three (i Cakary li Lethbr Albcitan: dgc. is tlie Ilislnui's Mrs Specials that point the way to this popular big store for your Saturday Night Purchases Odd Lines in Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords Values lo t'k-ar out Louight n( at iiuumlrd oi son oi Sr. and Miss rtcott. K. llarniHiin, Tin1 niaaseiiienl is a Hour- (iihson, anol.lirr .lolin anil 1-a.ly liihsim. Frances, duiiKhte.r ui J. ami Mrs: Haiti, ol Out. The Needlework Clnli will "ltd nn Monilav with Mrs. C. II. Hevme, 1213 rpth Avenue.' Miss KmiH manage by Waller Dcrrico'lt and Jriflou were united in ;e'v llimtw at Blairmorc on Monday Ilullctin. The Companions oi the Fores' will hold llicir regular monthly in SI. Marys parish hall liicsdav evening at eight o'clock. The German Dirigible Is Believed Lost No Change on Western Frontier lllainc. Wash., May B. k Kchwesal. wife of the Austrian con- sul at'st Louis, and her two sous, were compelled by Canadian immigra- tion officials at White Hock on the frontier, to iuavo a Great Northern train, on which they were about to en- ter Canada. They had been visiting the ban Francisco exposition, and had. tickers to return home over the Canadian.-Pac- iiic -The nrltish consul in Seattle was appealed to, bin sail he could do .noth- ing for Mrs. Schwesel, ..who was an alien enemy of Groat Britain., she l be ohliged to take an American o last lllgul. 10 me tTeor-in The petitions, said to hear more than names, were gat i- in all parts of the country by he Frank committee and the Anti-Capi- tal Punishment society. An Appreciation1 3 [reuuently pondered the Joy it If I with a player like me. What intricate, masterly games there would be! NO ALUM in BAKING POWDER ondo" German iliriR- ihic ivbicii raided Southend-on-Sca three days ago is believed to have been ipst. A message to Geneva .ion. Fricdrichshafcn, the home ol ..1C nelins, states that the dirigible was struck bv a shell and lorced to de- scend in'the Xorlh Sea. The laic 01 her crew is unknown. MOUNTED INFANTRY LIKELY TO GO FORWARD SOON Ottawa. Out.. May has een enlisted in the Canadian forces hirteeu regiments of mounted infan ry or about SOOO men. It. is now believed that all these egiments will go forward very short v They may on fheir arrival at the Vont be' used as cavalry it the situs ion is changed so that a mobile fore, s required. The Canadian cava.rj yill ha sufficient to form two infantry The war at the presenl is an infan- try artillery and engineers' fight, and even the crack British cavalry regi- ments are fighting in the trenches. Little additional training ouired to make our cavalry infantry, as their winter training was much along the line of the work of infantry. BELIEVE WrtO Liverpool, .Mav none of the crew ot the American steamer Ne- braskan, disabled Tuesday night by an explosion off the coast of Ireland, saw a submarine, the chief engineer be. 'Moves be saw the wake of a torpedo on the starboard side, according to icalltain Green of the steamer. I captain. In reply to questions, stated' that there is a hole about Lunduii, May nunicatiotiK report hangea iii 'lie ollicial coui- CIPHER MAY SAVE ACCUSED Chevenne May little playlet, t'indcr- Plla dear to vouthml hearts _ .ml laiides was presented by younR tolks tmseh'e.s in so splendid a lashion at lite Majestic theatre last nigh t that immense enjoyment was founil alike bv vouns and old. a goodly num- BIT oi 'both of whom were preseiu plavlet was Riven by the Jun- ior Sunbeams. m aid oi the Belgian I ibiibv iund and- the sick children o. eli.bri.lttP.. and the funds oi these -ausPS will be enhanced to (he extent 1 of S5II or more as a result ol last j proeeeds. i The I raining of the chili ren (or iheir presentation was undertaken by Mrs F I' Conybeare, and the ex- ot production was ample e-vi'dence of (he lhoroushncss ol the was admirably portrayed bv Maw Qstland, with Ruth Bee Crochet Warp 2 balls for 55c 'Mi.'i- froci.M Wnrp "ever sold anywhe fifty a in. He Hudson sU Stores Two fhiidi-s of ecru, On sale lonighi. two balls for Men's A Great Range of Them at 19c Tonieat we are placing on sale, in our Men's Wear Sen ion upwards of one hundred l.lgl. srad< Tbuv represent values up to In all the newe dcsikn? and colorings, for 19c Ladies' 50c Neckwear On Sale Tonight 25c .adies' Collar ust opened up. i.ueveiine, -o. Supreme Court allowed a writ ol w m i bv Maw Qstan, w braiVli in the role ol Prince Truelove e eual- under sentence ro be banged .June for the murder of Anderson Cofee. White's appeal is based on the con- tention that bis conviction of a crime ai'ieged by official information to have been committed "August 12, which is 17.100 years in the future, is a violation of the fourteenth amend- ment to the United States constitution. The mistake in the date, which should have been August 12, was due to a clerical error in neglecting to correct, the primed date on an old in- dictment in tne ro.e oi Doris Smith enacted the c.jual- irult nart of Cinderella's fairy godmother. Jack Church filled the Nimblewite, the 1-agc squire, uid Inez McOuirc was Baron rhum- hlKlowndrcarv, with Louise bmitli 1 ___ l 'c (JTPIl- the Baroness. but. Cinderella's step-sis- Ladies' Kancy Also Curt Sets. All smart new goods. Fifty cent qualities for Ladies' Corsets 49c I adies light weight Comil Corsets, medinn very'long hip and back; four hose supports One' dC the season's newest and most populai styles Touigl'.l. lor FRUIT SPECIALS Fresh JS'fi'w 'Pi'neappli's. while i.hcy last each........................ 49c 10c 20c Hudson's Bay Co. liavonchii. wen- nortraycd by Hilda Church and Myra Ciilmct. and Kathleen MAN appeared well as My Lads I Helen Hawdcn and Dons the Ladies ANSWER-.TO......... UNITED STATES. NOTE IS A SERIAL .A.F.FAIR Smith were te aes and Helen Colpuian played the 1 un- larare-. Asplin Hoddv opuian p Doddv. Jlargare-. Asplin ss Hoddv ov. was Madame Pirouette, and Margaret Evans was Mile. Fairy toes. The pan of Karl Tom Noddy was taken by of Karl om o Gcorac Voting, the Marquis of Mid- vlmlbL nt ______ niliKniic and FLYERS Ottawa, On. FOR BRITAIN May 2S.-Tllo flm