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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE I, E T H R R 11) G E D A II, V II E R A I, D WEDNESDAY1, APRir, 28, 1915 Reduced Rales-Fi'rtf Class. Cabin and Sicond Class-All Steamers SUMMER SERV.'CE SAILINGS Service GRAMPIAN May 13 HESPERIAN ........___ May 27 GRAMPIAN June 10 HESPERIAN June GRAMPIAN............. July 8 HESPERIAN July 22 Montreal. Direct to Glasgow May 8 SCANDINAVIAN May 22 CORSICAN.............. June 5 SCANDINAVIAN June 19 CORSICAN ..............July 3 SCANDINAVIAN July 17 Large. Fine and Fast One-Class In the Glasgow Service. Montreal. Direct to at Havre (East and Westbound) CORINTHIAN.. .May 9 SICILIAN. May 23 CORINTHIAN .June 13 Buy Tickets Tor your or friends in the Old t'uuntry iroin l.iK'Hl S.S. or U.K. AEt-nl. MOSL SHiisfariory. W. R. ALLAN, G.N.W. Agent. Winnipeg. Facts About Canada's Fallen Heroes .Major K. A. Kimmis, o( the lirsl luiUalion, of lliu linn of Smith mnl Sous ,ii Wiiioiut. which hml been eui- fur HI on1 Minn twenty years. tuililary esi'ivises. He was uiinmr- n'ed. .Major Mi-Ljiirru, killctl In the one ol' llu- most iiuuulur young iiu'ii of Mrumlon. was physi- InU-L- business a pen I lor u Ihamloii lift wus ol Uiu besl of Die district, and u let- ter from Mm last SuUnliiy lold o[ IMS liciiiK- pi veil or it L-OIUIKIIIX of .sharpHhuottrs wlio.se Imsiness was (o pick oil Ci'eriniin'siiipery, (.'nptiuiL Jlowcn WHS eiii'iiBi'il in the realty ami ayyiiraiK-'c business here. He was an ntlhusiaylie jujljlia niiiii mid l-hc MrKt lo voUmlcer from Uni, pjin ru ins ujuir uj.iii .UMIIIJ; UH'ii ui iiiuiiuuu. was pin ellinp now :LI around Sl.Su, Octolier iironna .1 bi'isk demand mr liunoed oil and al- mnsi n renaini> of srill higher prices. Fonunaieh ihen? i.- 5 [ill lime to lake of Uie opporiuniry iiiiis offered. liax can bf sown up io .lime uncer noniip.1 i-ondiiious. j Moreover, it grains does well on firs; iin-aking. H prenares 1 liie soil for wheat ilie next year, and j yield? a tidy profit ai ihe same time. I Advui'tiseiiient. eric.i lirhl Uiciv muni hi y in lhe I. 0." U. F. hail ou Saturday rvi'imiE., April 21th. A Lrrniii presem bear Mm. A. M. (irvii.ii, muiuiyer of Uie Collec- tions, 1. (1. r on creiliis and rol- led-urns. Mr. (Ju'igg li.ul his snbjcci ell in liuiu! and iiresi'nied it in a vicar, LMiiciae and in t crew tins ir.annor. I Mr. Uccigg said Ui.u as 70 pvr per ui" tin- ivurlii'fa business 'Transacted on credit, iltt- necessity oi icarei'il choosing iTnlu therefore i obvious, Uc iimtteil the laic .1, I'. as sayim: thai character was [lie JiaKia of all credit5. Mr is a man who has made1 Lnood in ins profession .uul spoke from ;i ih'il lumi prjriic.il peri CULT. His address would be oi bent-tit ir. every His address was itlp lirst of a srr- ies IMC fillers to he I iiivcj; D L luiiirc regular niPPlincs ou rush- I Jive business topics 1'jght ypin's ho comnicnci military career o. li. Q.V Vas a Yon'oTA.'M. Mori's if Toronto, anil of the ToumUi. dirtatc in the federal election in Llic il sun of .11 r. and Mrs. William I'rosK, who farm near N union, lie was only li) years of and was hit hrnfin-r IIU1C uf llic from lllit: dislriel to and lus caU fov lirsl coiiliniuwl. '1'Jic boy's fnllnir iioliliptl by ttlugrapli on Smuluy i llial IIP inul lii-c'n killed in nctioi LicuL- Marry U. who improve your Soups .with Bovril B6viil givra B gt'mul rich nnvuur to SOMJJS. nuil nclils tvist Oic "Ixxly" they require. There nrc ,i Inmciral ,-uwl iisra for Ilovril in live hi il lo EUVXS, slews, improves llicin nil. But .....inillxT "it must be rf faiif h a fir Sotdiir ia l-Hglantt Hi. lion-it far We will send l-.i the his old riding of Toronto. in the j Cieo. IJlakc H wnnndiMl. is Hie well-known eon ,he hi, of wounds, was n son oi' lllanev Me- (iiiiro, of OnmgL'ville, yours old and a graduato of the schuoi cadets, lie Inter Irniiied a I Stanley biu'facks, anil was appointed c-aplain of the OraiiRpviJic company, bat- K. LI. Morion, wound- J tiilion. lie was an it-sulr olil ToronUi Liinilenanl Cameron Hrnnt 'o[ lliini- supprvispv o[ tile flimous Indian warrior and linn of Wood and Kirkpalriok, insur-: cil, enine.s iroai .Hu'i- LiLLCfit-1-'. ily. Morion i Lieut. .1. K. t'l-oiiyn. was son oijn the licad ollu-e of Hi Mr. H. H. L'vunjn. Tcronio Whi'u I C'aptaiu John Uonald Ckivrt, kill- 'friend ol the Hriiisli. brnke out, ht1 joined Ihe Royal'ml in action, waa horn in Urillia. hut [jcnl: Col. S. lincll who is tJinuuiieis and went lo Vak-articr, had fur some lime paai lived in :miong Uie list of wounded' is the O ulirrc lirsl as a Diiry. rapiajn Ciluvpr leaves a 1 ol- HIP .lu, ballalion and was O. pern DeWitt Foster Resigns Seat Ottawa, Out.. April WHS H-nrn- IM] iluiL A. JJpwili j-'oslor mom- tier for N.S., bus seni in his Vc- KlKiiaUoii as Liicniljc'i1 of ijrirllnnionl. In (he ilylnc (lavs of llic susslon. Sir Etobert Itoi'dcn virtually road Mr. Pus- (ur Jiiid Gfli'Juinl, .V.I', for Curl- ton, out of lht> ConscrvulLvy imriy. Uolh oi1 them had'become invoked In war cuntvncls, Uio To I'm or ticllnjt as nirclniHinK aguiit for horsos, ihe na- ici'y h; (iuniiucliun wiili which wure IOL 11 r. Garland ROI his drug clerk ap.Doitiled as ,-t iian for the supnly field Split Over Garland Siill.sville, Ont.. April ever ol" the 11 in n in u..i in.-1 .in..-, .i.ii' vi n- 11 mi 11 _ jpi i m- -i in nan anon anil was u i i i IT liprnuniProry lau-r .enling his two u. of thp -list regiment (Uroi-kvillc "Vr V, r r P ,'C I'iiptaiK Ucoi-jir J -Smilh. nl to ilie of' n-Jiidi he Uil ol 'Y lllllrt' V ft ho Maun- Donald Suilierbml of ihe iniallum, wounded, is a Miatham Wus gazi-tti-d as fav hack as March pwcueally read out of the lii-si'baualion. wounded, was a iiLac-; hoy, liavmc been horn in that city j IHJU. [io tt-ns io bar in Sir tisiiij: at I'rinrtun, hon OL the late .Mr. and Mis. t--j Untnrio, ISfll, Hi bar 1 cast slock, and was lo have Sniiih. -lie joined tlie Kpsimrnt i vear. Is an (.-x-pres-deiit o[ lawjt-r. i? dead. The Canary Iron ed an order fc-r "lOou Seligjuau. an eniiueiii Pnris the same tlie 1 ih- urpn Conscrv.itii-c as privjite. tinil w-jis pronioinl slpp by Jcral Ontario. Jir ivns far Nipfih OM'UFI! al the Domin- siep from the i selected in March of to form one ioi. i-lpL-tion. I.ieuifiiaiLt Tlioinas llrad Hadtlrll, ;0f the- party oi Canadians who went Major l.i.iihtioor. n-ported voundi'il. reported wounded in the battle nowi0ver lo Kngland to follow the UriU is second in command oi ihe JLHh around Vpres, was a rebideiU ish and foreign manocnvreaT A U'tt-fan of Smith oi Halifax, liis wife and lain- iie was sergcani-major ily of live children now reside. HP iias ;i( l.iclied to l he Htli Winnipeg He was formerly a musketry insiriK'ior for the Koyal (.'anadians. LiL'iil.-L'ul- Hart- Mcllarg practised oi ihe law ai Hus.sland from to 1902. Siocf (hen Jic lias practised in nf Thomson, Jameson L-ouvor. He was ;i famous nllc shot, j Williams, of Winnipeg. He is i son l.l., S. 11, Cioodall, mentioned j of the late ev-Mayor Jameson, of in Uie formation i held haHiTj. but on of ilu- intUh rpgiinent he i lake a commission Private Allen (1. Ingal U'innipca: Kifles, re-ported kill was before the war 1111 electrician ihe employ of ihe Winnipeg Klectric IJcnL.-Col. Hart Mcllarg. of Vmi- couvpi1, killed in France, last week, a prominent Liberal anil mtntioned as a candidale (or the House of Commons. Captain (i. W. Jameson, in the wounded list, is a member ol" the law Mc- lias secur- and when ihe war call came anioiu; the list of Canadian casual- j Wi NEWS Oiic-iuiir, April The man who liottS iht'a? hard spring winds io liloir OUT imprrnarrw soil ii a loser. (.icor-jp aaci Archie rralt iirc having some snnrt breaking i.i'u brunclui? thcs? days. O. D. GrCi'iiu has :it last struck ivjiler iii'lcr s PI mil nl tempts. Five snft, in O. D. is carrying u-ei ui pure and ihEi'ty foot Ht'H, mates lant." J of -Minila, Ihp mail thii week for J. B '.vho has gone to The hospital for an operation. Mrs. J. F.. tteUicrrll lias a bed oi umisics in full bloom, which opened .since the snovv left. This looks good in a coiiniry ihai is said 10 be r'too dry for We can show theoj. MADE IN CANADA gHlRTS (COLLARS pYJAMAS gUMMEK IJNPERWEAR gOYS'gLOUSES T-c WILLIAMS, GREENE ROME CO., BERLIN. ONTARIO he ciilistpii in ihp 90th for service ties vesiei'day as vountled while willi f0 overseas HP it son oi .Mr. and ihe 1 ill battery, was n ell known in ;Mr.s. A. Ci. of l.a I'rairie, P. Ilcgiiia, luivjug been stationed here a it a ml son of U'. Panr.alcp, tt'hilc a nietuEjer of tlie H.S.W.M.P., formerly ricpniy minister of trade of which force hr was a member ovpr land commerce, and a nephew oi Mrs. leu years. During; his connection i.John IJcJoe nf Winnipeg. He ivas with ihe force he served for several i22 years of years in the Yukon and North West j Captain (iemld l.ce or (he ,'iotli! IVrriiorics. baiiiilioii, reported killed, was one of Capi. Cicnrte Ilagony McLuien, best known athletes in Canada, wounded, is a -son of lite late Col. [being especially prominent as a gulf- Henry McLaren, of the Dl.sl High- ier. lie AV.IS a member of the Hoyal slanders, Hamilton He served with IGttatva Golf diih. 1'he Hamillon heiorp coin- j K. ,1. oi the -Uh'ii'g to Torontoiancl has been attach- IhatiiLlioii, sjiveo as wounded, was.ed to the -JSth Highlanders for s-crcr- cadet instrnc-ior in ihe Ottawa years. He has been practising me- leyiate Insiiiuie before war broke ['Ucino in .Toronto: nnipcg, who was also Liberal M.I' The Real-Cause of Moat Bad Complexions It la a stern fact that no truly beautiful complexion ever came out of jar? or bot- tles Ilia longer one uaea cosmetics Lho worse the complerisn becomes. SJiln, to he healthy, must brentlie. Ir alao muei expel, tlirnugh tlift pores. Its share of thn body's crtote material. Creami and pow- ders clot the pores. Inlerrerinp both with dim [nation and breathing. If women this, there would bs fewer self-ruined complex-ions. It they (k'n Tor his i-oiineclion with Uie militia I'leM Thirteen mombcra of "tin.1 cxuculivc- wen- uri1- sent, of wlioiu six KUUgL'StoiI Jlr. tliir- laud's resignation, and seven uim as n eanilhlate ayain. A nroi-ion was ii'.ir nskjugr .Hr. tl.'ti-- to vesign his soiit. bnl was de- feoied. an uiimnduicni was en- uorHed favoring' on I'ruiiiier Uordfcn lo ;islt lilm lo explain "lliu sitiiaUoii more li 'ivill, il is undersLood, depend on Sir Robert's explanation whether .Mr. Garland's name will go before the puny con- vention. Tlie evecutive met beliim! closed doors, and It is said discussion waxed warm at times. .Mr. Garland ntiended the session, lasted four hours. Addressing the members, he hPid thai hu wae politically pure, but adiniUeil that it wan iiuliscreei for him to have recommended an employee of his to buy field dressing. The party convention .'ivill not IIR leld vmlll at'ier tiie Premier has uterviuwed on the situation. out. Major I3allantyne, of Licur. Charles Mason is a son [Ont., seriously .wounded, has bcea an 1 Cap t tin King Ifason, now in a! ardent tniliun maij_.all his lii'e. He] .pibin ivmg iM'ontreal regiment, anil was ;i most! pripular young oflicer, about 25 years iijie. JJejuiE tljp outbreak of the i i war he lannecl near Saskaicoii, and! wouniletl in lust night's casualty list, was connected "later the Khibi-jn-os a nrll-knoirn anil popular resi- a brother use ordinary mercolized wax In- Etead of cosmetics, Ihey n-ould have nat- urnl, healthy comploiions. This rema'rk- able Rubstance actually abenrba a. bad also uncloeginp (Jie pores. Result: freihcr. younger underskin Is- per- mitted tt> brcaUie and to show itself. An MARK LOSING VALUE is a builder and contraetnr of George- examsiienew complexion (trnduaUy peeps out. one iree from uxy appearance of.artl- Rclallti'. Get an ounce of mercQllzed wax Captain P. K. Bowcn. reported ai your drugpista and try IL Apply nfn-htly like cold cream, for a or so, wa-jliinc it off mornliiu. To eradicate wrlnklcu. hera's nsar- velously effective treatment .which also j tion hoard ollice. He was a clashing i dent of. Edmonton. He is [officer and a splendid horseman and ;of Kev. J, C. ijowiTii, formerly pas- powderei Je-vcel't-nt at tent pegging and similar lor oi a Winnipeg Haptist church and and use i i K waah lotloii. Paris, April distmich from Geneva says Miu value of i-be mark continuts lo fall nnd thai the Swiss postal authorities Jiuve announced lliat lifter May 1, German post- al orders ivill be caslictl on the basis of 110 centime's to the murk. LATE CAPTAIN DARLING Captain Clifford Adjnlant. of the -mill Illglilamlrnt of tlin FlreL Citnadiiin c-ontinyeui, who succumbed lo wounds rpceived wlinn crossing a field tiar.k of Uio irpiiclies. Me was well K'jiou'ii in Canada and IIJK deutli Is deaply regretted. LO3IOXD Loinund, April Campbell, Uie seed iuau, Icit Wednesday ior his liome in Winnipeg, i -The new houses of Mr. Donnelly! and Mr. Qstrum are hcing decorated ivith bright colors.; Messrs. Farrell and 1'crtcr are having the barn beautified by n few coals oi paint. l Abe Parker is having a cold stor-l age- built behind his .store. He has twenty ton of ice ioc it. j Many Held workers were drenched' Wednesday aliprnc-oii by sudden1 hail sior.ni. The ainall hail later turn- i to snow and stormed all afier- noon. J. Smiib reports that his wheat j LK up a good inch and a half. That is not so had ior this awful Alberia some people about. 11 is reporieii that Lomond will have a C.1J H. operator after the first- of I The AVagsberc brothers have moved fnlo town ready lo get iheir share oi the carpenler work ibis spring. Many farmers are disappointed to src their horses imn up Lheir PUSES I at some oi the government I. iy and j oats, which is spoiled by smut! expect to KCC some sick horses this1 .summer. The putUng on oi ihe war stamp is a daily rouii'ne of Loniondites nou-. HEAD STUFFED FROM t CATARRH OR A COLD Says Cream Applied in Nostrils f J Ojwns-Air Passage Right Up. InstanL waiting. Yuurj clogged nostrils open right up; liie airi passages of your Jiead Hear and you' can breathe freely. No more hawking, snutriidg, blowing, headache, Xo. struggling for breath at night; ycur cold or catarrh disappears. Get a email boitle of lily's Cream Balm (row your druggist now. Apply a' little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. H penetrates through every, air passage ot ihe head- soothes the inflamed or miii-ous membrane and relief comes instantly. Il's jusL 1'ine. stay aiufred-tip Tslth a cold or nasty eaiarrh. f-'or by J. D. Hlglnboiliain Co., Ltd., Advl, J THREE DAYS SPECIALS Our Tfguhir lines. Fancy in bint's, iind MacUriii slyk-s fur men luird to n't. Our rr-jfiiliir -S22.50 and :S2o.OO lines seHinp: now ....................S15.00 TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS OUT lo -S-.'O.OO linos. Brovnis, yroys iiml fine sol't Spcinu- semi-fil'- ling and loose box stylos. Our refill a r 816.50 to lines sdling now. ENGLISH TROUSERS riuige lo choose from. Regular Xow THURSDAY, FRIDAY The Store of Big Values For Men SPRING SUITS AND SATURDAY THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NEW SUITS For Women and Misses. Serges anil. Tweeds, Shepherd Checks and Fancy CloLlia; ihe season's newest nnd guaran- teed lo be u-orth no less limn 520.00. Our price for THREE DAYS' SPECIAL SUITS-Worth Splendid new an'ivnls added io the J'aJiions lot of Suits we aro .sulJjng" at this price and that, will aland comparison with any values on the market: These gannetif.5 are not made for sale purposes, but made up for resiilar stock and W3 Include them at thi-: price. model and pattern m.MerInl of the season C1C AH THREE DAYS' SPECIAL 4> I W.UU NEW ARRIVAL OF BEAUTIFUL BLOUSES-SEE WINDOWS THE ROYAL STORE 512 Third South ;