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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTIIBRIDGB DA!i.T tlKRALO FIVE YEARS RMlorad to Health WEDNESDAY. APRH. tO. 1918 QUEKN MARY INSPECTS THE WOMEN'S RESERVE AMBULANCE. On SntuHny TTpr Mnfr-fr Oy" Qurpii Inspected at Wrtllnnton Harrtrks. the Corps known �� th- cirf ii Cidss fiocit^tv (Woninn'* Upsprvo Ambulancoi The organization of lht> Corps is due to .Mii]or (Jpneral U. MucliUyre, CI! I'lioto, llor Majesty in.sp.'cllUK the Corps uccoiupanled by tbt Commandant. Mrs. C. Bcattjr. facturers .iiid users of donir.^tic coal should be resilnited is tlie f'>fl :ik of a Marge number of iiianiiat ureis While DO definite aotion has bei-n taken It is intimated thai ihc ri'prt'-on-tativesi of sevt'r.:! larijc iiianiiiac;iir-JDg industries in Toriinto ami oth^r points In Ontario will ippoinl a loiii-nil-Ltee to talie the m.ittcr up witli the Itoniinlon i"ut>l controller with a view to urging that he act In lo-' operation with the rnitcj States fuel > administrator. Dr. tiarfield. who has j issued an order calling upon coal con-' Burners to place coal orders at once I for neit year'.'t supply. 1 he letter ! points out that a repetition of last years shortage cAn only be avoided by consumers and *'very householder placipg their orderes for all their re-iiulrenients beginning April 1. Toronto, Apr. 10.-That the recent arder of Fnel .Administrator Magrath limiting the supply to Tf> per rent of the year's requlnememts of manu- jr it Turning Failure Into Success ECAUSE  W ifi invcntorf failed to make mackinw tK�t Veuid ftyi Kaa witk til* kun- nM tKm dot tko l^oivorEnllUnd, Bd�iu�'�d t $ar Makd in dw tin and nad^ to dobgkt jvn ilitk ita r�a dafciwunaw. Mm �m fmd "PERF ECT COF-FEE-PeHFECTLY MADE"? ouaasMmi, Mirmi E Madame Casgrain spoke yesterday \ store the I. O. D. IC. in Calgary ani in a simple direct way presented ('rance'a aeeds to her adlence .Mme. lasgrain has been right up to the front trenches and described condi .tions there most graphicaUr- She toM jof the women o France and their ; efforts on behalf of the war. telling ot the pathetic conditions of these people. The efforts of the Canadian people |on their behalf has been much appreciated by the French and .Mme. Casgrain ia Tisitiag the Daughter nf the Kmpire from coast to coast to interest them in this work. On Mme Casfrrain's return to France on June 1 she will open a soup kitchen-rather a canteen-behind the : French lines, under the I'nion Jack an4 the name of the I.O D.R. Thia canteen is to be operated by Mme. Casgrain from her own private funds This Interesting speaker will lecture in Lethbridge nest Friday at 3 p.m. in the K. P. hall. LL-GEORGEPLANS ; Now York. NY. .\pr 10.- IMitor ! ials in th>- -.noruinK newspapers h'-re : I'reniit'r l.loy.i George's sp.'.ih. � .showing the gravity of the military situation and the nenssity for additional manpower, for an aiii)eal to j Americans to spetl up .ul war work especially ships ami iraii.-port troop.* , Tiie World s:iys.' � The daring frankn-'s;-- characteris tic of the KK'iit r.;iii.-.ii i.M'lor lias not over-.-ita;ed laits. Ttio biiteriiess. I the gravity, the d i;!s m>-n to llie battle lines is an enterprise that involves technical difficulties only." Finally by Lj(B� E. Pinkham'* Vcg�tabl� Compound. Key Weat, Fla.-"For five yeara I suttcred from irregularities, with ter-.rible pains and an lawful weakness in |my buck, Thu doctor grave me dlff* rent medicines but they did me no good. A friend asked me to try KvdiB E. Pink-ham's VeRetablo Compound and I found it to be tlia beat medicine 1 ever tried because it made me well, and 1 can now do my hotwework. I am telling my friend* about it."-^ Mrs. J. M. Camus, T� Carrline St. Key West. Florida. Many women at some periiMl in their life sufTer from ailments peci;liar to their sex and which in most ca�es may b� readily relieved by this famous root and herb medicin*. Lydin K Pinkham'a Veftetabla Compound, just as Mra. Camus found it helped her afu>r sufTer-in; for years and trying everything �lao in vain. If Tou have any annoy!.;: srmptomt you fail to understand, write Lyoia E. Pinkhnm Medicine Co.. 1 ynn. Maaa. The resulta of their 40 years experience in advising women on this subject ia at yoor aarvica. RUMORED MS HAD I WITH lEAT SEED A wild C>erman spy rumor K"' � flying Stan in some manner at Cnr-mangay this morning, and becnine so serious that A. K. Qiiayle. editor of the Carmanray Sun. called the Herald to Rct at the facts. II srenm that the farmers of the Csrmangity difiirlct had been told from some Kource that spring wheat seeded at the Kxperl-mcntal Farm at l^ethbrldge two weeks ago liad not yet sprouted, and the reason wiis lliat Oerninn spies had so tampered with the formalin with which seed is treated for smut that tiie (term of Iho wheat kernels had all been killed. Siipt. ['airfield when asked, langh-ingly stated that there wasn't a word lvlng nn expenditure of not more than $.-.oo,ooii was Introduced In Iho legislaturt> today by Premier Oliver. A thirteen-year old lad. Kenneth Tlionij)8oHj ot .\iaK->ra Kails, nhili' playing with other lads near a pncl- BOB LODG UNION MADE OVERALLS SHIRTS ^. t.LOVt.S st* I IS FLOATED Halifax. Apr. 10.-The steaaier Caracas which was driven ashore and sunk at the time of the Mont Blanc explosion in Halifax harbor, wag floated yesterday. The Caracas is 10,000 tons and worth about |l,i>O0-, 000. FORUNIIEOSIATES 'Washington, Apr. HV-Creation of a national war labor board to adjust ail labor disputes during the period of the war hris been proclaimed by President Wilson with Its members the same men who recently framed the labor policy of the government tur the war period. The hoard Is headed by for:ner President Taft, selected by the employers, and Frank P. Walsli, selected by employees, re presenting the public. One armed bandit got away with �9,0oo from a Dank In Madisonville, O. RESUME SIITING ONC.N.R.SI0CK Toronto, Apr 1 - Sir Will am Mere-i'.i;h. Chief Justic- H.i:!-;s ^.nd Wal-lice .Vesbitt. K.C.. who :Ke lo determine the value of six hundred thousand shares of stock of ilie C N II . being taken over by the Duiiiiiilon gov-tTiiiiient. returned to task this morning. As originally arranged the commission was to report it.s award not to exceed $U>.iiOo,oiiii by .\i)ril 1. but this becoming evidently impossible, an extension (o .May 1st was made. W. N. Tllley, K.C., cliief government counsel, asked his first witness, .loseph P. N'twell, railway engineer-in c expert, why he had studied the v.'.iue of the C.N.R. gttKk on the basis of the earning power and why not its reproduction value. .Mr. Uutler immediately sought to throw an obstruction in the path of y,r. Tilley's progress by an objection. Sir William Meredith: 'It may help. We will take the evidence subject to the objection." .Mr. Newell declared that It a railway could not earn income it would not matter what it originally cost or what it would cost to reproduce it in J valuing the stock. If Prof. Swain, who had valued the C..S.R. at |3�7.-OMii.ioo were valuing the same road | today he probably would have to add j 2oo,oOO,OuO to that figure. The up-; setting of values throughout the { world, due to the war. probably would | increase the value of the property by | GO per cent. 1 Mr. Tllley: While the value ot the i stock hag gone the other way?" | Mr. Newell, "yuite the opposite; way." PRESENT DECORATIONS Calgary, Apr lo. - An Imposing! Ceremony took place at \�lctorla Park ' thla afternoon when Lieut, Ciovernor i Brett presented decorations to a num-1 ber of soldiers who had won honors ! on the fields of Fr.inee or to reKitives . of those who had given thcU- lives In the cause. The men who were honored were Private J. G Pattison, V.C., Lieuts. S. C. Robertson, and G. Y Yerxa. who won the Military Cross; Sergt. George Cusack. Privates F. A. Williamson. J. F. Ilcll and Alex Brown whoso gallantry was recognU-ed by the Military Medal. All but the latter two lie under the soil of France or Flanders. Eight hundred school children and two hundred veterans as well as all the troops of the garrison witnessed the ceremony. DANCE THE REGULAR DANCE WILL BE HELD AT THE VETERANS' CLUB Friday Eve. Next Tickets 75c at Door '.'�Ik s aid YOU your. Sp"n ouse- . , cleaning We can belp you with saggestions by supplying tbe goods and doing the work. BriiV tbt MMt of jonr rooms, sec our wallpaper and decorating schemes-the bttlEf ilMWMff tbt ktest idou are hero-and we will estimate the cost. W� art Kvinf up to � reputation (or havinf the largest and best stock in the WELLINGTON BROS. 7th STREET SOUTH NOT TAKE MONEY Vancouver. Apr. 10.-M. A. .Mac- ; Donald, former attorney general, yes- ^ terday made a .statement in the h6uHe on the campaign fund which he obtained from II. .1. McKenzle of the Canadian Northern. Mr. .MacDonald declared he had never sought nor ob talned a contribution from any rail-' way or corporation. Me added that i the burden of financing the Liberal party for a nuinhcr of year* had rest ed on bli sliouldcrs. SECRET TREATY Pctrograd. April 10.-(By the Asaoc-lated Presst.-According to the Veg-hernee Ecghnl. a secret treaty exists between Finland and Germany by ! whhh Geniinny has the right to keep ! warahlpa In Finnish porta.\ TAKEN IN CHAROE Winnipeg. Apr. lo.-George Stanko. who confessi'd yesterday to the mur ; (ler of Mike .Merowski at KIstow, i .Sask. April 1. w,i.s handed over to! the Saskatcli wan police today. He was taken in cliarge by a detective � from Saskatoon. FIRCT STAQES OP THg OERMAN OFFCNSIVr, Map ihcwa how Ul� German ofttnslvo dev�dop�d battVMa Crotsillen and UL QueatiB, on � front of 40 lulleit. ewest in Our very heavy stock of Silks contains all that's new and wanted in Sports Silks, Cashmere Silks. Every desirable kind and color in crepe de chine, poplins, pong,ee, taffetas, duchess, habutai, tussah, foulards and satins/ We will just quote prices and colorings on a few of the leading novelties and we ask the privilege of showing you the range. New Jersey Silks For Costumes and Skhrts, 36 inched wide, per yard.........$2.90 Colors: Emerald, gold, rose and ivory. A Very Desirable Sports Silk in Crinkled Shantung 36 inches wide, in colora sand, rcBcdn, cop-nhagcn, lemon and rose. Price, per yard, only......$3.00 Rich Sports Stripes For Co.-ituraes and sklrLs, .IB inches wide, In n very large range or colorings, both light and darker Hhades In medium and broad stripes. Prices $2.00, $2.75, $3.00, $3.50 A Splendid Heavyweight Costume Crepe-de-Chene 40 inches wide, !n colors restda, aand, Copenhagen, black. A much' heavier material than the regular blouso crepo de chine. ^ Prlce, per yard .................... d summer abades. 3(1 and 40 Inchoa wide. Per yard $1.00 up to $2.50 The Simpson Company, Ltd. 06963276 4144 ;