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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AGE EIGHT THE LBTHBRIDCJE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1911. OLD SHIP NEWS FROM SCENE OF SEALING TRAGEDY HOLDS OUT LIT- TLE HOPE York, April 2-Boxritj and comr-Miy for the Hei Cross, overs' o! several steamers in- j eluding the Klorizel, cow on V .'j in; expedition C1 Neivloiradbrnl, said, they had received a message today StoUDdfanl the freiter part ol ter trew had been lost of! Cape Raw. The Kloriatl is believed to be engaged in tiit rescue work. private message received here Iroia St. Join's, Newfoundland, says steamer Newfoundland was caught in a bliizard v.hile scalics, and over ol ter crew weje iroien (o The lied Cross steia-.er :noriiel pickeJ up City nien dead and 'djlng the Stwioimilarnl sanV. Tie total loss of life en IheXeK- foyadlacd is 170. "There, is no r-ews. from the 'Souttern Cross, and this ship .ilso is to be lost with all (in Loard! It so, the death list on the two vessels will esceed 300.' "The staling Cist sailed !or the ice on March 10. SHACKLETON'S OLD 3H1P "The So-Jthsrn Cross is the ship which Shartlelon used in his Autiic- tle expedition." The Keivfoucdland was owned by lie NEffloimdland SealinJ Company, Limited. This steamer was built in Quebec in 1S'3, and' registered 800 ton's. She. was 172 (eel long and had teih tngaVcd in sealing for a nuraier 1 ot..years. ..The Southern Cross was c'ommanil- Captain John Clark. She fpl- merlj-was named tie Polto-and was biiiltin .1656.-Ste Hjistrred 537. tons eross and ivas 1-16 teet long.- "Great alarm is also felt ior._the sealing steamer _ Southern Cross, also is believed to have trfett cau'iht in }he ice. Tbe. first reports received here said it-nris a part oi the crew, 'of -tpc. Southern Cross .thai lad pieied up and that {her vert beios brouztt into port hy the- board the. Southern She. wis due'here Tuesday. .-the -storm that. .has1 ragea over Xcwioundlarid three days'contin- ued unstated today and the telegraph strrke to points.along .The captain of--the. Kewloundland wis Wesley Kean..Meagre, reports re- lajed from one vessel to another by Tvireleis and more or less confusing, stiteithat of .the. crevr the.- Xew- foundlaid 120 men TV.ere... still'on the. 'ice "noes this .morning.'' It! 's possible Ih'kt some' todies Tilckei up from ..the thos'e of members of' the CKK- of.the' Soutlrt'tn Cross. One report says-that the who left the Newfoundland were'scattered by the; moving ice fields in' different directions radiating.from the wreck liVe the 'spokes': from irhetl. The wind LloViiig a gale bfl-shore ar.d thtre was k hliridiag EnOK'storm in which the: crew would bt'uDiblc to find their in; any direction. They Lad little they leit the ship, and oo.estra.clotriing.'Kith- out tents "or .other niany sue- curatexi to huhger and: It is Beared here'.that very few will-" sur-" Vessels sent from, terej. are. starching amocg Magi'ath. April 1. Mtss Grace Wrolley, who for the past ten years has acted as secretary ol Mormon i-imdir school, leit oa Twiday lor Salt Lake City, Utah, where she will frotsbly reside in the future. Miss WooUey has been a faithful and un- tiring officer aod Sunday school worV- fi. and her place will be difficult to fill. A most pleasant party was giv- en by the officers and rs of the local Sunday school it the. hos- [jitalile ho.xe of her psren'.s on the o'.c of her departure. Superintendeot Ueamon, on behall oi the officers; presented Miss Wcolley with a beau- tiful jold vvakh a toien ol the high esteem in which she was beld. The f.nnl try-out tor the story-Mi- ing and orntorical contett ol tiw M. 1. A. wa.5 held Ijst night in the ditcrfuui ot the Central school. Some. vtry interesting and well told stories were given, the contestants beins Myrtle Glbb who chose, "The Keeper ot the acd Mr. A. J. Mercer, Mho told Van Dyke's, "The .Olher tti'e Mau." Miss Slaty llar- Iter, who acted as judfe, decided in ot Mr. Mercer by a narrow raarjin. The oration was delivered j by FranV Stefle, who on the "Evils ol Capitalism." Miss Taylor should have represented the V. I. M. I. A., but tailed to appe-or. The district tryout in which Ma- erath, Welling and the liaymopd Sec- ond Ward participate, will be held here on April 31st. NEW CHEF MM DIVES Crar.brooV, C., Apiil -Mice! twenty-tour hours in the seivice of the city, the r.ew police force made a; raid early this morning in China' Town and caught a nuniber ol tials with opium pipes, in their hands j and their lamps bUrnlnj. Jira Dick, the proprietor, and tines others were placed ur.Jtr and a large col- lection ol and epiuni, together with a loaded revolver found under Iht pillow ot trie owner ol the were taken charge of by'C Wei, 1'crcv Adams. Constable llerrjgan as-] sisled the chiet in the raid. More Experimental Farm Fed Bee f and Mutton Fresh killed for Tomorrow's selling. We for this but it costs you no more than inferior meat. Phone us another order in the morning. DELANYS, Phones ii A DOMINION Saturday Specials Stricty Fresh Ranch Eggs Per Dozen Fresh Made No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter Per Pound Phone 1654 Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. EAQTO LAolLlx And all Fashionable Ready-to-Wear On Sale Tomorrow, Saturday The Greatest Values of the Season-Fancy Neckwear, Gloves, Hosiery, arid Corsets; Suits Coats, Dresses and Skirts Spring Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices THE "NEWQUAY" GOLF COAT Of bright taugerelte homespun, U fs provided with maivy devices which rcncfer it an ideal sports col- lar Is adjustable, hence can be button- pri smartly iifr to the neck" Tbe sXIrt b of, tangerette dieck Are You Particular About i' The Meats You Serve We Please Particular People. We Want Customers Who Care The Alberta Meat Market Coiillry, rrop. If it's on the market we have it. riione'492 Piucly Tailored Suits in a did range of styles ami colorings. Materials arc of high quality. Beautifully lined, six.es 32 to 40. Values up io 625.00. Sale 11 Fancy Spring Suits Values to Sale'Price Smart Outing Coats Also many dressy JTancy Coats. Values up "to (JJA A A On Sale at- Extra Fine Quality Dressy Goats All our best regular styles C A on. sale for. the week-end at 11. uU Serge Dresses C-C Corsets the SOME VERY SMART STALES-IK 'f' Best Pure wool Ser'fie Dresses-made tip from styles of dresses, neatly silk trimmed, lirqwn, navy 'and green, sizes 34 to 42. Sale f. v- C-C A Isi Clrnec Corse Is :i I all along lip'lo 5-1.00 ni-c the cbrsci val- ues obtainable. Newest models, lilting with cyerlusling "wearing, quulitics make C-C- llieituHcs1 fuvorilc.: -iu. Frilling and Neckwear for Easter Trade Fur Trimmed Lace Trillings, Chiffon Friilingsj Silk Voile Frillings and Double Rouchings al per yard down to Collars, cream or wliite, down In each Fancy Lace Fischucs, new down to nicy Easter Hosiery IN EVERY WANTED KIND "Hole-proof" line, of our- Je.-uler. This fully guaranteed hosiery. sells lit 01- per box and tire guaranteed against holes for six months.' Just think, no more darning if you wear "Hole-proof." Boys Take Notice ONLY SIX MORE WATCHES TO BE GIVEN AWAY Sntin-day wo give-free a perfect time keeping walch willi the first six Boys' Suits sold. The suil.s are nil our regular lines :il SS.OO, 50.00 Do your Easter Buying at Simpson's where Stocks are fresh and prices always fight The Simpson Co., Limited Fourth Avenue South Lethbridge WE ARE Always Ready to Respond By Messenger at Your Telephone The Herald Job Department Intelligent service Quality product Latest type-faces Modern equipment Delivery as promised ;