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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 15. THE LKTHBKIDGE DAILY HEHALD. PAGE RGAMS to tlm Herald) Fertile, Aug. a late hour this cruoon, no more bodies Imd beuii out of (ho wrocked mine at ichul. Work continues and it ia honed tho iinnlnliiK bodies will bo reachud fore tomorrow night, though pro- Is slow in consequence of tho issy condition in the region wlieru e men are supposed to bo burled be- mill the CHVR pi roof nmtorinl. Tho tot, throughout, in this mine in of t material' which accounts, In part, the extent of tho caving. Tho miners, here have returned lo rk but the- arrangement to have nv number eight at Michel operated t night was not carried out. owing the reluctance of some of the mln- to do rescue work, thus canning leavy draft 6f those who were will- to enter the mine. It-is expected it work will be resumed in new imbfir eight tomorrow or next day. Lewis Stockett, president, iiml W. secretary of the Opera- 's' Association, arrived in town this orning anil are closing up the for- al import) in cnmiectlon with the new ge scale to bo incorporated in .the reemant with District IS. President ruhaiii of Michel and Secretary Car- are in attendance on beiraif 01 ihe ners. The coroners iiniucst, which was ad- irncd from last Wednesday to last, jht, was again adjourned to next esday at the request "1" Chief in- jector of Mines Graham. .Messrs. Stockett and McNeill have iturned to Cftlgnry. London, Aug. Sir 3am ighos conferred Monday with a in her of brigadier-generals and nth oUlcers regarding matters affecting organisation of this forces here d in where interesting uinses arc expected shortly. osti present were generals Lord ooks, St.eele, hton, Carson and JHeighen. tCbts Week in.the City Cburcbes At Scientist Wednesday ul eight testimony oeting. At Pentecostal Mission. Tuesday at 8 p.m., prayer and the ord. At St. at S m., service of intercession. At St. at 8 m., service-of intercession. At St. at eight n.f service of intercession. At St. at 8 p.m. adies1 Aid. will meet at the home of rs. Third avenue north; ed'nesday a .to G, Red Cross Sewing the home of Mrs. Win. Scott, th Street North.. Wednesday at S m. Bible class in the vestry. Thurs- y at S p.m. choir practice in the lurch. At sew at Red Cross oms every Monday. The prayer eeting this" week has been postpon- Ttev. -W. -McNichol, M.A.. of St. art row's church moderator of e session appointed ity the last Pres- tery and will preach next Sunday. v. W. F. Burns has been secured to rry on work in his ience and will likely begin his mln- py on the'first Sunday in Septeni- r. At Onward Bible class 11 meet with'the main school next nday and hereafter. Wednesday at p.m. prayer [meeting in charge of e Onward, .class.. i .Wednesday the nual junior picnic.will.he held. The iidren to'meet at the mday school hall not later than 2.30 d from there they will go to the i. The parents are invited. At at 8 p.m. ayer meeting Lieut. It. M'artln and. Giumor J. H. Love ot tlin 7Slli battery are on n re- cruiting trip to lOduumton. .Mrs. H. D. Williamson of Medicine Hal IB spoudlng a few days in the city, a guest at the Lethbrldge hotel. MJKS -of Montreal is .spending u month with hor sister, Mrs. B. P. street. .Messrs George having, Oeorgo Mil- ler and Alex Cumiihell. wore Taher visitors in Jjuthbrldge today. Miss Angio Bawdeu returned yes- terday from a furtuifilit's visit with friends in Calgary. Mr. S. A. Parker, manager of the Royal .'Bank, returned on Saturday from a short trip to'eastern cities. Rev. John .1. Cameron, former pas- tor of Raymond Presbyterian church and daughter Ida, are at present vis- iting relatives in the city. The winner of th'o crochet shawl in the recent raffle held -by the Vi- kings is Mr. Fred Ford, who held the lucky ticket, Mr. F. L. Walters has arrived from .Saskatchewan to iie tiie accountant in the Bank of Commerce, replacing Mr. R, C. Bluiidt-ll; who has enlisted with the 7Sth Depot Battery. Mr. G. W. Robinson returned home this morning from Proctor, H., C. Mrs. Robinson is not returning uutll the end of the month. Mrs. C. B. Bownuui entertained in- formally at a garden ten yesterday afternoon, when the honor guests were Mrs. Melutyre.of Uindany, Out., who is visiting Mrs. A. B. Stafford, and Mrs. Win. Colpman, of. Victoria, who is.staying with Mrs. Frank Colp- man. In connection with the "cake walk" which the Red Cross arc holding to- morrow at' S p.m., in the Barracks grounds, party hold in the afternoon commencing at 3 o'clock. An American tennis tourna- ment will atari r.L two o'clock and clock golf and crociuct will be among the other attractions. Tea and ice cream will be served. Mrs. .1. N. Ritchie is in charge of the afternoon's arrangements. In the evening the mysterious "cake walk" is the most important item of but there will be dancing also in the mess room. The donors of cakes are asked to leave. them at the sergeants' head- quarters, just inside the main gate on Fourth Avenue. What the Press Agents Say AtStarlanil The splendid Lasky feature, "The Love featuring Cleo Ridgely and Wallace, Reid, will be seen for the last 'tihi'is at'-'-Starlaiid: -A splendid comedy-cartoon and scenes in Japan, in colored shown on the same program. On Wednesday" and Thursday the eminent dramatic star. Dustin Far: num will appear, in the well known story, "The Call of the Cumberlands." a story of the Kentucy feuds. This will .undoubtedly--'be -a splendid pro- gram, full intensely dramatic and thrilling 'scenes. The name Dustin Barnu'm is one to conjure-with. At the.. Majestic Deftly, with the expert's mastery of situation, dialogue, and character, Au- gustin McHugh has caught in his "Of- ficer COG" a. pulsing throb of the real- ly hnmorouss' side of life. He has filled his play; brim, with sur- prising situations; smart" chatter and snappy epigrams. The character of Officer GG6, a' btirly.Tgo'od humored Ir- ish New York "policeman, is one of the most.dclicfousiy .humorous charac- terizatipns of the modern'stage. From the title play, it must not be in- ferred Hint the 'story deals with old worn out "crook play" theme for such is not the case A Five Hour Extra Special Bargain Opportunity That Will Ensure a Busy Throng Up Till 1 O'clock, Wednesday Children's Middies A good line white with pale blue collar and Cliffs. Wednesday duly. WhiU- Linen Skirts A few These are lo be finally cleared Wednesday morning at, each Colored Muslin Dresses All ill ladies' anil children's sizes. Clearing at Half price. Reversible -Japanese Mats In colors of red. liluu and green. Sizes 36x72 in. Very special, each Window Shades green. Mounted on strong spring roller. Fltt- ing and nails complete. :ilixTr in.. Wed morn. Clover Leal Cup and Saucers English semi-porcelain quality. Wednesday morn- fin- ing li cups anil saucers for Stencilled Japanese lings Size !i by 12 feet. Pretty Oriental dJO QC Morning special ..-'.-TV Ladies' High Top White Canvas 'pairs only 'in lace and button style. Sizes- fljo on from 3 to li. Regular J3.00. Wednesday morning Girls' White Canvas Strap Shoes 18 pairs only. Sizes S to 2. Regular 51.75. Wednesday morning All Remnants. Dress Goods, Silks, "fete. Must be cleared at Half Marked Prices. Hudson's Bay Grocery Specials for a Busy Wednesday Morning FLOT'K: Offilvie's Centennial Brand d-l AA V 1 nn 90c 24c 35c 25c 25c 40c B. Co.'s SPECIAL BLEND In hulk, 'A pounds, for.................... B. Co.'s SPECJAL BLEND pounds for Three pounds fiSf. Five pounds ROLLS. 10 li pounds each, per pound PEAS, BEANS AND [CORN ;i tins for ONTARIO Per LIBBY'S DILL PICKLED .Large CANNED TOMATOES .'5 tins for............................... inch Silk Poplin In white, natural, rose. Copenhagen, navy, pearl grey, bottle green and black. Just opened up. (M Per yard v 1 tvw 3 'Bee Saxony In 20 ouiice hanks. All colors. Per skein 4 Ply Fingering f 20c In prey, khaki and black. Per pound Canadian Wheeling' In white, grey and black. Per pound Bee Hive Yarn 111 black, navy, natural grey. Per pound while it lasts LETI1BKIDGE BEER NON-INTOXICATING Pints, per Qnarls, per dozen Soft Drinks, pints..per Sol't Drinks, quai-ls. per dozen. Also Soda Water in Syphons Hi.ffh Eock Soda Water, per doz. pints...................... Ginger Ale. extra dry, pints, doz. Grape. Cider, per gallon........ 70c JUGSfEXTRA Straw Hats Large harvest, style. All sizes. Wednesday morning, each n's Linen Hats A large range'to choose from in neat patterns. Regular 8oc. Wednesday morning 59c Men's White Canvas Oxfords Boots 15 pairs only. Sizes 6 to 10. Regular J3.50. Wednesday morning, pair Men's Wash Ties 50 dozen. In plain white and fancy stripes. Wed- Q nesday morning special, each 15FC Hudson's Bay Co. Montreal. Aug. Gazette's correspondent in London cables: "Cer- tain politicians who are anxious to see a general election liere are watch- ing Hritish Columbia's "trench voting" with great interest. Ronald McNeil! is asking Andrew Ilonar Law to issue a white paper giving details of the ar- rangements. Sir Richard McRride, commissioner, for British Columbia is also, receiving1 inquiries. 666" WILL BE ON DUTY FOR A LONG TIME. .The following Lethbridge students have been successful in passing their Grade Ten examinations; Albert Armstrong, Ian Brodie, Dor- othy Church, Lowell Cobbledick, Mu- riel Donaldson, Stantdn' Fair, Jessie Hamilton, Enid Hamilton, Norman Hlginbotham, Lucilo Horspool, .Clara 'Hunt, HIizabetii Hunt, Eva Button, Mabel Hyssop. Hazel Keith, Margaret Kijrr, Geo. McClenaghan, Margaret McVeigh, Max Jonathan Pipes. Dorothy Stafford, Kathleen Ter- fm. liYnnr.ns Virtue, John Woslyiug. Huns Have Again Broken Promises In Sub. War Sane from tin Mclio Uom mm.-3 iDiiigm for t lit hsl tiiuu. UolM. ol It at the COOL OFF! Ac our ihc delicious cool drinks and ice iioain (onlVctions arc made." j the Empire Confectionary M BEATON. Proprietor OUR FINE NEW PARLORS BESIDE ORPHEUM TflEATM Craubrook, B.'Ci, Aug. Con- solidated Mining' company at Kimber-. ley are shipping, daily .to the Trail smelter for treatment, no. less than j five hundred tons of ore. With the improved facilities .for. .handling, the ore it is expected the output will be shortly doubled.. .Work on the tunnel is progressing favorably, it being driv-' en in' about three-quarters of a mile. The disorganized railway system, caused by the recent high waters, is again .in operation, and trains are again running to the mine. Metal-miners are badly needed In East Kootenay. .With the development at Perry Creek there is difficul- ty of securing practical men for that class of work. The Veronica Gold Min- ing which, has just started operations at. the; intend put- ting a second .crew as soon as the men. .can be. secured. J. A. McLean, a well known Spokane mining .was city the lat- ter part pf the week, examining mining properties, .in.the.Perry.Creek district. London, Aug. Sydham in- quired in the House Of Lords todayj whether the government considered that the commanders of German sub-; marine had adhered to the declars-j tion made to the United States gov- ernment in May regarding the sinking of vessels without warning and wheth- er. Austrian submarines were bound by the same conditions: The Marquis of Crewc, Lord Presi-. dent of the replied, the: more public attention .was called to the "monstrous proceedings of sub- pending time, when it would be possible to make a'definite declaration on behalf 7of the entente allies, as to the policy they proposed to pursue regarding them, the better it would be from every view point. The government's information was that since the undertakings have given to the United States government: four British and three neutral shipa. had been sunk without warning by} submarines almost .certainly German. Another neutral ship, .he attacked by .a, torpedo boat-ffitU out warning. In the case of seven -ves-j- sels sunk, at least 40 were The manjuis said it waa: impossible to avoid a definite conclusion. seven cases there had .been a .clear violation of the undertaking by. the German Those might be regarded as proved, in ad- dition, there were a number of otheri: in which ships had been sunk and lives lost in .circumstances which made it seem highly air though it had not been so definitely proved, that there had been a breach, of the undertaking. splendid units left Calgary yes- j terday for an unknown destination. They .warn tile 137th of Calgary un- der UouU-Col, Jlorfitl, the !3Sth of Edmonton under I.ient.-Coi. Belch-, er. Col. Morfltt Is well known in having recruited here one time for the 82nd regiment. Col. Bel-, cher is au.-uld. resident of UeUibridse Is a former.Mounted BQlice officer and one of .vO'dicrs in .Canada. Uoth offlcers are popular and have par- ticularly, fine, .of. inen. In ISTtli alsp js Ueut. .Roy. .Bucliajinn. a former piember'bf the I-ethbridge Herald stsiff. and .a lirothpr of W. A. Buchanan, AJ.P. WIL80N CONFERS WITH RAILROAD LEADERS Washington, Aug. his con- ferencs with the railroad managers late today President Wilson Issued the .following statement: j 'I have met both sides and have gone over the case with utmost frank- ness. I shall not bo. able to judge until Tuesday whether we have a.feas- ible basis of settlement." I Have you "Noblemen" Cigars lately? Garden Party In Aid of the Red Cross Society Will -beheld at Barracks Grounds Wednesday Afternoon, Aug. 16th AT THREE O'CLOCK Croquet, Lawn Golf and Other Games, Ice Cream, Cake, Tea, etc. In the Evening at 8 COME A'ND SEE THE'GREAT NOVELTY Cake Walk A JOLLY TIME ASSURED. MAKE ONE OF THE CROWD. BAtfD IN ATTENDANCE i BANCiNO.AFTERVVARBS IN THE MESS BOOM, ;