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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1915 THE L E T a n R I D C E DAILY H K It A L I> PAGE FIVE SPECIAL NOTICE Rylands Moving-Out Sale Tomorrow, the-Fifth'-Day of the Sale, will bo known us YARDAGE DAY li.Qclii.ced on all American Dress Muslin, British and French Wool 'Mater- Silks, Hheetiiigs, Cottons, Linens, Cur- titinS'and all .yard materials. These will be reduced for Wednesday Only at a Discount of SOLDO IS Anolher Trooper is Recovering] From NewsofSoulh Town 51r. anil Ill's. A. SUilU.c and Miriam, iiuvn relmn'-vl from tlie western and southern Mates, where they spent [In; winter. I. Mrs. llDlinrl id rnrllimd, Oreson, of.1373 ulli Avc. A. nurlli. Mrs. hiirl. CXIIITIK remain in tin1, eilj' lui sen-rni weeks. I Miss Marie 1'ollilt, daughter, o[ Islon, April Par- jlr jlrs T. 1'olliti and soiiB, Ijalmal- tu Major Ui'owil, was (L.r liulll "i Dow Island, ivcrcl'y liruissd Sunday, whiles ridihg wore innmoi! si. Mciiinnc Hal last horse. In turning a corner lie St. Andrew's 'f Hie ten on lit1 given nl Aid Thc isle's Cluild o! Knos "a ,m.elinK lust 'night. A h'rge r.Ucimanic listened io Kcv. A. ucnooa s dis'-mii'ua un the Bible. H- For Strength, Flavor, Economy and all-around Excellence: Buy BLUE RIBBON ed from Hie saddle anil struck a tcle- lie lay unconscious [or arc. reminded about half an liour. An examination afternoon t. showed his iacc lo he badly Iv.illercd Lhe lioine of Mrs. LindsiivriOl'J 1st and his chest bruised. Al- though aliic lo be aljoui now, he IK still lur from well, but with a week's rest jl in cxpt'Clcd lhat Jic will be as strong us ever. Private George Filmci', who has been spending Ihe jiasl week in tbe hospital as n result oi apoplexy, tlicicfrom todav. For some' time his life was in danRCr and his. Tbe of nonunion KcbcHali near relativss were sent for. His Lodge arc reminded Mini alter tlie comrades will lie glad to him regular meeting on Thursday evening, about again. 1'iciious to hie illness AJivil 22ml, a social time will he Filracr coot's helper, spent. A good pi-ugnim has been ar- Tlie. military band dcare-1 ncirly ranged and refreshments will be scrv- (o aid in buying (heir inslru- ed. mends, at a concert given almost px- chisivcly by mcmliers ol "C" Knox Ladies' Mil is uii'mR an "At ron last Thursday night. Hand Hume" in Ihe schoni room oi the tions, instrumental nnil voeal solos, church on Friday, April 23rd, front male choruses, fancv trick shooting four until six o'clock A very special and specialties by Prof. Granville, invitation is extended lo all tlic lad- made up the program. i ics of tlie congregation to alleml. Tho band is now to be a regimental organization and musicians from otli-1 Ladies' Society of Ihe or squadrons wiji join as soon as the Christian church will meet in the regiment assembles at Calvary. The church Wednesday afternoon at three band has been the life of Hie squad- o'clock to twnplctc plan for a ron and the town during the time it pantry sale, winch will lie held on has been organized, and with ils con- All members of Hie society tjnuou.s practice, is fast reaching a ;irc urgently requested to be present, stage approaching neriection. Tin: IUCVCLU PLAYING A IMG PAHT IN WAH A Cicnnnn bicycle siuart currying Uicir wheels over an cirAankmant In Poland. The scouls arc enabled lo move from place to place quickly and much equipment can be i-arrled. THE KKOX PUINZ WILIIELM AT NEWPORT AND IIEK CAPTAIN Yestcrd.iy, Prof. About thirty-five .members of tlic Tanner, at one time a prominent edu- vjd lt Mtbr m the Mormon e lurch anil, one ,asl cvcnil well to Mrs. W. Horn, who is leav- It is used in thousands of homes because it is the best tea sold. YOU try it York World, the soldiers ai cliurch parade, which took place in the large Mormon tabernacle here. .Mr. Tanner knows the soldiers as few men know them, and his forceful set- mon slrtick the right spot in the of the boys: They ItsLuncd at- ing shortlj for Hadisson, Sask. A progtanr ol songs and recita- tions was given lij" mcmhers of tlic Aid. Airs. Gordon lioss read an ad- dress nf upiircciniion of Mis. Horn's fniiliful anit active in the Aid, also expressed deep regret that Mrs. The ph6hto shows the sea battered condition oi the former palutial veeael of tons which 21 email shiiis while at sea for 255 days. Commander TMerfelder's photo Is iuaei. Send this Advertisement wdfr25 cents to Bfue Ribbon, Limited, the Blue.Rlbbon. Book. The--bMt. cook book In Western Canada.1 Write name -and- addrabi plainly KILLEO By C.N.R. Uoydminster, Sask., .April Harry Decker, a farmer from the Fort Pitt district, traa IrlWed liero today by tlie Canadian Northern eastbound ex- jirass. the train was -leaving the station Decker attempted to get off slipping between the coach and and the platform He fell, and two coaches passed over liim, mangling liia 'legs and one of his arms. Vim. .Wilson, a prominent of Iridijin Head, is dead. ATTEMPTED' JAIU BREAK AT MONTREAL Montreal, Que., 'April at-, tempted jail 'break aud delivery was narrowly averted last nigb-t at-St. Vin- cent de Paul penitentiary, wheu two guards 'were .wounded. Lucien Le- Glalr, a convict serving a._fourteen-year sentence for burglary, 'and who en- a (laintv brooch and _ ___. onomy, and the eloquent talk based Tlio Raymond Loader says the Dominion government has selected MaeraLh oue pot. The serving April in the Belgian const upon this Scripture. brought the evening 10 Lieut. J. B. DRddomc, former prin- 'C bilLtUilll 1UL Ilia personal service .il, Pinclicr Creek. Cardston merchants will regrd the' -ind and this seas' They been The very me ol trade spot ,0 ljngev rcrnoviil of the squadron exceedingl LHOII of the. rear, mid tbc prct-ja-n en in H-s spring oi nr in tliis town during their slay.hen On Wednesday evening the boys "C" squadron licld a smoker and sing song in honor of Sergeant McLean, ivho was recently married. An excel- lent program of songs, recitations, tered the itiHtu-ution a; month ago, ,-and band elections liad tiuen climbed through twti steel'bars of tlie ed and wat. much enjoyed. During, the cell and escaped to tie corridor. He evening Scrgt. McLean was present- then felled the guard with a blow led with an electric plate'tea set bv from one of llie iron liars, took nisJLjcut. Brown on lichalt of. No. riflR and shot a second guard, who tried to arrest liiru. He. TVRS over- poivered a few minutes, later while lioop, mid with a handsome clock by Sergt. Major IJower on behalf oj the N, C. O.'s of the squadron. Sgt, engaged In turning a dial that would j McLean suitably responded. The have liberated all tba prisoners in that .portion of the building. Silent Salesmen, Fixtures and Fittings, Etc. For Sale at the olfl Beiitley Stand. G it. Silent Salesman ft. Silent, Salesman lit. All Crystal Salesmai Taylor .Coffee Mill with Motor.-v. 'Bowser Oil Tank 527.50 Otis Pi-eight -Elevator, 1 ton ca- pacity DraAver National iGash Eegister. Overhead Gush Gamer System S50.00 6 Oak C'abijiets, wArdi-obcs for each. S8.00 'These are but a the Items thara ire many moreen. eluding Office Shelving, Counters, Display etc. 1 FOR PRICES APPtY.T.O; OLO ASQU H WADEINGTON PHONE toasts to Sgt. McLcao and Sgt. McLean proposed by Major Brown and. Cap- tain Ainscough respectively, who very ably expressed the feelings the squadron toivards this popular sargcant. FRENCH AVIATOR 18 CAPTURED Paris, April Roland Garros, one of the best known oE the French aviators, exploits dur- ing- the war have vron him fame, has been captured hy the Germans; IF BACK HURTS BEGIN ON SALTS Ftuch the Kidneys at once when Back- achy or Bladder forma uric acid. No niau or woman wlio eats meat rcgu.larly can mako >a mistsike by flushing; the kidneys occasionally, ssys a well-known authority. Meat forms i uric acid which clogs the: kidney pores EO they Bluggialily Biter or-, strain only part ot the 'wu'atc and pnlMiis from (lie blood, lliori you get alck. Nearly all heart- aches, Hyer.. trouble, ncryo-JsiiesB, constipation, dlzziijeas. sleeplcssneas, bladder disorders come from sluggish kldneya. The moment'you feel a dull ache In (ho Kidneys or your back-hurts, or if the urine Is cloudy, otifausive, full of sediment, irregular of passage or at- tended .by ft- sensation of scalding, get ahout four ounces of -Tad Salts from any reliable pharmacy and lake a labltiBiKKmCul In a, glass pE be- fore breakfast for B .days and your kldneyo will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the'acid of grapes and lemon Combined with ULlilB, and has been used for gen- era t Iocs to flu ah cloggoil kidneys and stimulates them to nctltlty, also to neutralize the acids (a urine so It no longer muSUB Irritation, thus ending bladder d.Bonlerfl. Jad incipenalve and can- not injure; makes a1 delightful-effer- litlilji-mier drink which all regular meat eaters ehould take now and then. to keep Irldneyg and the blood therflby. serious klrtney complications.... Sbld by J. D.-HiglnboLham fc Go.', in." Sfrs, Champncss is one of flic very of the city, she and the late.Mr. Champncss haying come, here in-the year 'SB. Hc'rl-kimUy and lov- able tlisuosituin has introduced her to mam1 wlm will grratly regret her dc- parLiu-c. H is understood that Miss will accompany 3Irs. Cliamp- as far as Toronto, cu route to England. come Ironi reliable-sources man naval forces ni ay participate in an offensive against the British navy Ranchman Here A. IT. Talbct, foreman of Clio Black- Tall j'anch, is a visitor to the city. la Now a Notary. Public Kelly of fiuring Coulee 1ms been' gazetted n notary public. FAMED. AMERICAN BEAU TO FRENCH ARMY IUIMJI. njg dispatch from the BelRian Other news dispa London, April A jeliab e per- frontier to foe-London-Daily-Expriss sterdam and through intermedUries son who Jias ,iust arrived from Austria indicates the imminence of a raid -up- from Berlin tell that tlie d Hungary." says the Times Bucn- on Britajn correspondent, declares that Vienna anr; Budapest both are strongly in of a. great -activ- and the English "coast. Briellv the Fortified. On the Iclt bank ol the iLv throughout the entire -German tenor Is that besides attempting to Danube, Vienna is protected by ions -----r.i_n_ L i_-rj. lines of trenches, barricades and barbed wire entftnglementg. Fourteen. million dollars have'been spent on fortifications." navaj militarr and -air sen-fees. Un- sink all merchant; craft In German doubledlra larftc; number- 61 airships "war zone" every possible submarine GERMANY APOLOGIZES London, April German government's willingness to make re- paration for.the sinking In the Nortb Sen last week by a German submar- ine of the .Dutch" steamer Katwyk Is Indicated "in" a dispatch from Amsterdam. HAVE YOU A CHILD? _ are now in-Belgium-whioh have not yet madc extensivc- flights over the Worth Sea. "The (German is "stated, will be concentrated about the' .oput and will endeavor to cripple ttolBrit- ish fleet. Then ii the plan worksj.will come nil attack lif the main GCTrnan is suddenly to launch a ot fleet. Meanwhile a great'raid wlil be airships from North..Sea bases.and gttempted by air. MHL.I lone for children, but Hie ivnnen wh lo n tic Hie ivnnen whose nitnefl ftilltiv wtn Trstoi normal health by E. PinkhUTI'l Vtll c Compound. Wrile Mlc them abalit tt. Harry Lcliu, formerly leadei- of n anil society la New. York, jrt and Paris, who has just, sig- his iiusntioa of Joining tlie hos- .of Uie urniv. "I took your Com- pound find have k fine, itrons bmby." JOHN HITCHBIA N. Y. Lydia E. Ptakham's Edmonton, .D. Mc- 1 Arthur ol Winnipeg, president bt tho IDuDvcfin and Tynterwajs nKwtyi, Inow under construction northwest and DortheaBt of Eldmontonj respectlvelx, ils In the city today; 'in cpnveKatldn with a representative of the. West- ern Associated PreBi> Mr. outlined the railway programme to the north ol this which planned lor this tear. It in as fol- lows: .-5 Completion of tbe main line oi the Edmonton, Dunvesan. i British: Col- umbia railway to mile B'even mSes of. tie Spirit rlVW' iitlle- cepectant Ot the Grand Mrs. A. M. KtEMt, am- branch of the E.D. donvMe, Mo. jot 60 miles. ThU line nill leave the, H'T'U vi E.D- D.C. ih-the nelihborhood of! I nlgnij nammaa spirit river settlement, will; pro- LydiBE.PItikhim'sVeg- ceert the best available, routei to etable Compound before Grand Prairie City." child-birth, itliu done so Completion ot the Central .Canada branch of the E-D. B.'C. 'to .teace River crossing; 11 iDllel.'pf BtSel already laid. The work on the. re- maining 20. mile's forwhich '.Oil com- pany is recelvln'g.a loan from ths pro- vincial government, BO that can be proceeded, with. without" delay, preaents soms.. colossal' dltficulties. Comv.etlon of the rradlng on the Alberta Great -to; ELECTION TALK Ontr April decision as to a general election -IB likely to be made by tbe tovernaent for some time to come. Should a election be decided upon dissolution probably occur about 1 '-Ow- ing to tbe absence train the capital ol several ministers, including Meors Racers, White, Bun Casgraio, the matter has lot bvn can. aldered by the lorernmeot slm Par- liament prortuued. _ much for E. M. DOEKR, R. E. J, Con- sholioclcen, Pa. 'i'took Lydia K. Pink. ham's Com< pound to build up mjr syatem.and have dearest baby girl In the Mre.' Moss BLAKELEY, Imperial, Pa, I praise pound whenever- 1 have a chance. It did eonilidl for me before my little girl was born." Mri. E. W. SANDERS, Roirlef- "I took Com- pound before baby was born and feel I ewe my life to It. Wnnni Wlnttr McMurray. ,and lajlik ot steel, which Is expected to reacBfTOrt McM-.-ray March-1 neit of now in at mte. ro'.ies ho. ill La BlfeheA The to- jl .distance to Fort McMurriy la, ibout 100 miles.' .J 'v' .Once when John S. "the tamous at a baniluet young lady- whttin verjf well talil to him: "Oh.Tlilr. 3arsmt, I your latest painting and eaUBe It was so mucU like did It Mil you In retUrBW said Mr. like Us." After Wiutei 's Wear and Tear one requires a food in Springtime thivt builds up both brain and body. Grape-Nuts FOQb made.of wheat and malted .bar- in splendid Bal- ance, the eleiuents necessary for upbuilding and keeping'Mn repair the ibraln, nerve and muscle tissue. has a rich nut- like fregh, crisp, aweet and ready to eat djrtct from package. Thousands have found Grape- Nuts a vonderful invlgorator .of botli bnilr and "There's a Reanon" MAOI IN CANAPA Sold by Clrocarp tyirywUfM Canadian CMtaal Ltd., WlBnaof, Omt. ;