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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 13, HJ18. THE LETIIBRtfrGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN, * Your Last Chance -- To Buy At - Clarke's Fire Sale Tonight :: From 7 Till 9 O'clock :: Clearing Out the Balance of All New Goods Arrived Since the Fire at Actual Cost. CLARKE & Co. Dominion Block, opposite Graham Motor Co. Garage ilsun. I Sic death HUN CRUISER SUNK 26 SHIPS Martinez. Cal, April 12.- Evidence that twenty-six ships were sunk in the Pacific Ocean by the German cruiser Leipzig before it was destroyed off the South American coast, were discovered here today among the effects of Walter Peters, an alleged dangerous enemy alien who is held by the sheriff here awaiting the action of the Federal authorities. SWIFT'S DIVIDEND Chicago, Apr. 12,-The board of di rectors of Swift and company yesterday decided to declare a stock dividend oft $50,01)0,000, half at par and the rest free, increasing the capital stock from $100,000,000 to $130,00'.),-000. The dividend, it was said, was not from earnings but wa3 to cover increased property, values-- to, procure more money for carrying on business under high costs. BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA The food drink without a fault ,Made of high grade cocoa . beans, skilfully blended and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process/ without the use of chemicals. It is absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is delicious, the natural flavor of ,the cocoa bean. The genuine bears this trade-mark and is made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited. \ Montreal, Can". Dorchester, Mass. J| Makes Stirring Appeal on Behalf of Her Suffering Countrywomen Mine. Oasgrain yesterday afternoon brought to an interested audience a message from France that "was most pathetic, and yet that was filled with a courage and determination that she herself exemplified. Mine. Casgrain has been through the devastated regions of France and seen sights that would move the j niotored to L-ethbridge to hear Mine - The- war must he wi, alono by our armies . . personal sacrifice of %� man and child of Hie m � -I'!V>: Over in France,- \v)i shells scream, The boys nra fighting. ;i ; in ;i dream---A glorious dream of bleud ;:nd lull - While I stay home ai.d prosper well. Over in Franco they are dying now Like rod earth turned by a plow; They are going across-, with a smile, for me- While I stay home in security. Over in France the gas clouds roll,'. And the shower of sU.ei is taking its toll; The flag drives on. hui die boys lie still-While 1 live on and I oa;. my fill. Dear G.od in heaven, in whom we .trust, Turn the food in my thro,it to dust. If I misa'one chance whii-h may come . to me To bring them home with the victory ! -. .t Kenneth .Groesbeek in Life. . e. * PERSONAL (. * .;.... o * * : MiSs Sally LonB,"of Taber, s. R,'KV the guest of Mrs. Long. Mrs. J. B..Roa�ha.-; returned from a^, visit with her son Mr. T. II. Hatch and family at their ranch near Cards-ton. �  * Inspector .MacDonald. of Cardston, is visiting with Supt. and Mrs. Penne-father. ... * * Mrs. A. McCulloch is spending a fe-w (feys in the city. m a  Among .tho" 'OuWf-town visitors who >: * * * : : > : *�?�> > : � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? * : : ***>> i The Women's Missionary Society of ; Wesley church .will hold a public meet-j ing in the church on Wednesday night. | April 17, at eight o'clock. A very inter-I et'ting talk on .lapan illustrated by-lantern slides will lie given. There will be . special music by the quartettes, also a couple of selections from the nrl.-sion band. The public is most cord-,!ally invited. Btoutest heart, the result being that in a true spirit of French enthusiasm she has brought the appeal of the French into Canada. Mine. Casgrain was given her choice of visiting Verdun, RJieims or Nancy and In select-1 js visiting' her Casgrain speak were Mrs. Elliot.. Mrs. Williams. .Mrs. Shanks ami Mrs. Steves of Clareshobu. ing the latter she returned by way of Later she will be the 'guest otidUrs ' The regular meeting of the Major leek 'floss chapter, I.O.D.E., was held ! on Thursday evening in the Red Cross ! rooms with a very good attendance), j The usual business routine was gone ; _ ,  |.through and a letter of resignation M-s. P. A. Moncrietl, of Lethbndge, read from the secretary Mrs. � "-"-^h*- Miss Wilmot.  B*"owcr> owing to ncr having, io leave ROIfTCAKD TRADE-MARK Established 178(1 For the Convenience of Our Patients We Maintain 3 Offices. Calgary, Edmonton, Lefchbridge SO no matter in what part of the province you may reside ...you can have your dental work attended to at whichever of these three pointB ia most convenient for yoii to visit. And remember honest, high-grade, efficient American Dentistry is the policy of each office and its staff. Courteous treatment and painstaking thorough .work is the basis of our service. And do not further be afraid of dental work. Dentistry As We Practise Itjs a Gentle Art. Drs. Brunei*, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. , CALGARY OFF ICE-1.15A EIQHTH AVENUEi'fe. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRIBTALL BLOCK. the Marne. The fact that the people, in France do not care whether they live or die indicates how terrible has been, their sufferings. She told how it. takes courage to raise them from these depths, giving a few examples of their moral and physical sufferings; how milk can only be obtained through 4 doctor, how they have not tasted meat, or eggs for three years, how they are clothed in rags and have nothing but pieces of wood tied with strings to their feet. She told of how all girls of over 15 were taken to Germany and how many commit suicide rather than make with their own hands shells which would kill their loved ones, she gave examples of the bravery of the French women in the loss of their ' relatives and 1 told how the spirit of endurance and national unity is there even among the school children who in these devastated regions are still attending schools in cellars. Terrible Devastation. Ill one region alone there are 100,-000 destroyed homes and it is to give these people who have endured hideous tortures of mind- and body, a home, that Mine. Casgrain makes her appeal. She has already raised 30,-000 francs for these helpless people from Quebec and Ottawa and taken it to them, Nrow she is asking the whole Canadian people to help in the rebuilding of France, urging all the orders to combine and have some share. The French government, will build the houses and she is asking for aid in the equipment and furnishing of them. Only ?200 is required to furnish a home and the names of tho contributors,, whether a society or a private individual will be put on the houses us an act of remembrance. Mine. Casgrain "thinks that every I.O.D.K. should endeavor to do something in this line, for French soil must be sacred in Canada as so many Canadians lie there. Here is the chance to do something big and to make n direct personal gift, yestablishing a bond of union between the French and the Canadians. Mme. Casgrain then outlined a novel plan of campaign as a suggestion for j enlisting everyone for this worthy cause. This scheme is being adopted in the other cities in Canada. A brigade is to be established headed by a general who gives $10 trnd, who secures 10 colonels, each of whohV-gives $5. Then each colonel  secures; 100 captains each giving $2. The .captains get 100,0 lieutenants each-giving $1, and these in turn secure-10,000"-'privates' who each give ,25 cents... ..Tlius a brigade secures, a total amouijt.of $3760. This plan can of course be altered to stti� v*$#n^ eases"'pBhe money is used ftp bi^lle'.\hp'iisa. that, is chosen arid i'each ;bbntwtlj.ter gets a card tivat..f,w^ll/.afB'o'^lrvi^>'Bfi/a,i receipt. ; That'' tile"' ITreWch ;aiiiej-'[vfir,y grateful tot whaV-b'as-been 'done and. any help that is-given. .tftem /cmnoi-he d on b t e4 a rter hearing - 'J\fnie. 'Casgrain speak. .'�.'''-..' A Rush Campaign. Mme. Casgrain -urges Starting in on this ^reat work immediately and carrying it through in a rush --campaigns The Canadian people can''depend upon iier' devotion to them upon her return to France. Mme. Casgrain has ben* Qfotw. the Charles Harris and.Mrs. W -Calgary Daily Herald. H. Lyons. -Miss. Bella Skarmah returned this , en t0 thc local Vcteraus oIuD week from' Calgary and will resume j . . .  her duties at Central School next Monday. the city. Mrs. DeLong was elected sec retary. If was voted that the-proceeds from the sale of service flags that are being made by the chapter bo giv- Miss K. M. Long, of Tabc-r, is visiting Miss Bissett. ,* *' * Mrs. Howard Tye, of Stirling, was the guest of Mrs. Conybeare yesterday, to attend the lecture' given by Mine. Casgrain: .   � Mrs. W. V>. Cade came from Calgary today to join her husband who is on the staff at A. J. Schliefer's store. K * * Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Jones and Miss Leta motored up "from Cardstbn with a party of friends' this morning, returning this afternoon. * . *  Mr, J. T. Craham of tho Graham Motor Company is leaving on Monday There will be. a meeting of the Next-of-Kin on Monday evening at 7.30 at the Moose Hall. ' ' The Art Needlework Club will meet at Mrs. Koen's. home, the Hull Block, on Monday afternoon.  * � A special meeting of the .Executive Local Council will ho held in the V. M. C. A. on Monday afternoon at 3.45. Urgent business. � * � / .% .', .. .�. .;. .;. ,;. .;. .;. .j ,j. * ! WEDDINGS : T* v 1 O *� RICHMOND-ANDERSON" Uncle Sam. that insatiable matchmaker, was again tho guardian angel SOCIAL EVENTS to take charge of his new duties in i-0! a charming wedding when Sergeant Calgary as provincial representative win. Arthur Richmond of Camp of the Studebaker. Kearny, and Helen Margaret Anderson * * * of Santa Monica, California, were * * ? '> > > * > ? | married, the Rev. W. II. Cornett officiating. Tho wedding witnessed only by close, relatives of (he young people, [had for-its selling the lovely home of : o i the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. | George Anderson of Canyon drive. Mrs. Hufner entertained a few j Sergeant Richmond lias been a sold-friends last evening for her daughter , jer for three years, and accompanied Alta, on the occasion of Miss Alta's j the Colorado National Guard's down on fourteenth birthday. I the Mexican border a year ago.' Mr. * * land Mrs. George Anderson are Leth- Superintendent and Mrs. Pcnne- j bridge old-timers and well known in father entertained quifo a number of friends last evening on the anniversary of their silver wedding? The rooms were most attractive with pot-tod plants and a" profusion of pinic carnations. Five tables of bridge were in play and other guests were present who did not take part in Ihf games. Mrs". McArlliur jvjkI Dr. Conybeare wfere the winners .of f twtf handsome prizes .At, the conclrfsion of this most, agreeable evening (lie guests presented (heir hostmud hostess.! .with two beautiful silver dishes as a token of the esteem in which they are held. the city. Mrs. Downer, of Lethbrldge, was among the guests present. groat honor of decoration with the French Military Medal for her assistance . to tho people of--France, and typical of her splendid, character she has presented it to the archive in ,Of-tawa where it shortly be on display. She is travelling from Coast to coast in this great work in which her heart lies. No wonder she has taken up ,the cause of this distressed peaple. for she lived in France for ..twenty years, then came for .three years .-to' Canada (hen roturned for ;t year. rind, a'--half ' to a distres'Reil " Krarico; ' �'� >T� June Mine, Casgrain is going back.'ta Franco to take charge of a' soniv k'ft-' ehen, the canteen of the 1.0�)'M., � work in which she glories. Several members' of outside'chapters'came to hear this charming speaker in addition to the two-local chapters I.O.D.K, the Great War Veterans, Next of Jiin, the Red Cross'and othtjr*: j,! : .; Toronto Conservatory of Music Sir Edmund Walker, C.V.O., Pres. Dr. A. S. Vogt, Musical Director Midsummer Local Examinations in Music The Conservatory's Examiner ip the Practical Branches will conduct examinations in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia during the latter part of June or early part of Jply next definite dates, lor (He vnriou? centres to be decided upon after May 1st, by which thite applications from all points \wesff of Ontario must have t'eufhed - the Registrar. ;;-', ; Theory .Examinations for: all Canuda.'-Jfnhe 19, '20 and 2i,-' ' Tbe liaii.Jv�to' decora tea With � profusion of flags, chief among, them being of course the tri-color of France, in. hwcv of this brave Fren.c-.!.r^'r.-tii^' Dandruff Germs ;.f are very small, but r HERFICIDE D. Hiqinbotham & Co., Special Aaents: Ltd. ('.ingrain spoke yi-sfcrday to galbering of ladies in I ho K. : .idch was lit-autifully weoorai-! Hags of various nations, thc | I-'reucb ]ii odominal ing. Ib'r lecture was thoroughly enjoyed and afterward.-; rcfn-ttlimuntH wore s'-rved by (.lie > ! joint e-ccut ivc of the two cnapiers ; j of tin- I. i). i). 10. j I The reception committee for oul-of-� town doii-gaU's wa'i composed of Mrs. I Conybeare.. Mrs. Elton and .Mrs. Ter-| rill. The (b-cornting coimnittec: wa� I composed of Mrs. II. Holt and Mrs.! giant, j Westiey, while Mrs. JSwart. Mrs. Hicks j and Mrs. Armstrong; had charge of the rofreshnii nis, * * * j Over one hundred friends assembled at the Masonic hail last evening, com-! posed of Hie members of the Eastern ; Star and the Mason's Lodgn No. 3!>. I and also members from tho Eastern j Star chapters ;it (,'naldale, to bid fare-j well to Mr. and .Mrs. .1. T. Graham j who are leaving Lethbridgc shortly ' to reside in Calgary. A most pleasing ; program was enjoyed, and also cards \ were indulged in. On behalf of tho i Easter Star Mrs. Graham was present-; ed -with' nn ivory handled brush and comb with her name engraved in blue. It. was prcscnteri ju ,a neat .speech by Mrs. McClenaghan, Mrs. Graham making .a> very able,,.response. On behalf of the Mason's Lodge No: lift, .Mr. Williamson then presented Mr. Graham ~jt i with a life meinbershi)) to the Lodge, 'and it. was accepted with an interesting speech by Mr. Graham. Refreshments were served during the evening and the prizes at cards were won by Miss Jennie McVean (1st) Mr. Ros-sitcr (general) and Mrs. H. Scott and Mr..Wade (consolation).  Extra Special SNAPS -AT- The Bay" Between the Hours of 6.00 and 9.00 p.m. ' No Phone Orders. /------� No C.O.D. No Approval -,-N THREE EXTRAORDINARY VALUES FROM OUR FOOTWEAR DEPARTMENT LOT NO, ONE pairs Ladies' Black Patent Leather Button Boots w-ith toecap and black poplin tops. Cuban heels. 1 IS pairs same as above without toecaps. i> pafrs same as above with kid bottoms. ' 12 pairs tan button shoes ^yith a medium walking heel. All sizes from 2 to 7% represented in this lot. in AA to E fitting. All priced at $2.99 LOT NO. TWO Consists of 14 pairs Ladies' Patent Leather'Oxfords, medium heel and toe. S pairs of Ladies' White "Nu Buck" Qxfords with medium heel. ' (I pairs Ladies' Black Patent Vamp and sand colored top Oxfords with a Cuban concave heel. 3 pairs Ladies' Oxfords same as above with white kid tops. 5 pairs Patent Colonial Pumps with Cuban heels. 7 pairs Pumps, one strap, patent vamps with buckle, kid-back and Cuban hoels. All sizes from 2 to 7 represented in A to D fitting. All priced at $3.29 LOT NO. THREE 150 pairs LADIES' "SLATER" SHOES to go on sale from fl to 9 Saturday night. This is a line of samples just to hand and have been grouped into two lots to clear at the extra-ordinary price of $2.99'and $3.29 DONT MISS THEM 53 ONLY-REAL DAINTY > , / CHENILLE BED ROOM RUGS ~ VV Size 54x27, in color combinations to blend with any dejeor ative schome. Also to utilize for odd corners, etc. Worth $1.75. Saturday night ............... ^ . _/ 99c 75 PAIRS ONLY GENUINE NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS ' 3 yards long, in a wide range' of patterns, at the unheard of price for Saturday Jiight only, of 00*� pair i ...... ,............. �f �f C "Z. EXTRA HEAVY WHITE FLANNELETTE CRIB BLANKETS Superfine quality and delightfully soft; border. Saturday night only, pair............____............. with a dainty blue . 89c WE, HAVE JU8T UNPACKED A SHlPMENTi OF TURKISH TOWELS , . / ; Of such .wonderful.xalue that several of our hands at oncfi snapped up a full supply for personal use, at tb^e same price you can buy them for on Saturday night. They are white, with a blue border and-the size is' 15x35.' Saturday OQj� night only, pair .------;i.<..... .........��9C ANOTHER SPECIAL LINE OF MUSLIN WAISTS � In all white and white.with colored collars and cuffs. There are some very dainty styles in these; Special ' '� 44 Saturday. night for..........................----,. BUNGALOW APkONS In dark and light prints. Full size and extra Jong. The material alone cannot be purchased at the' price. Saturday night................................... 69c AN EXTRA SPECIAL FOR THE BOY FOR SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY PRINT SHIRT WAISTS at 79c. A dandy range of patterns and colors. All fast colors. Absolutely fresh goods just opened  out. Tonight �nly .........:.....-.......... I �9C MEN'S WHITE COTTON NIGHT SHIRTS FOR 99c With French neck or with collar attached, all sizes. The regular price of these is $1.50, but as a special we will put them on our counters for tonight only, 99c 4.95 , SMILES FOR SMOKERS "Davies" Natural Cigars (50 in box) Regular ?5.50. Saturday night .____................... We have a good selection of, English smolc/iig mixtures, including the following popular blends. -Black Cat. Capstan (mild and medium), Ogden's St. Julian, Smith's Glasgow Mixture, Pinnace Navy Cut, B.D.V., Benedictine. All IrS of lb. in sealed tins. Regular 35c. 25c Saturday night...........v....... Hudson Bay Cigars. Regular 5c each, night. C for ...'......'..,................. Saturday ;