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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta lrUl?.SDAY, AUGUST 15, iniG. THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FfV^ 10 MORE BODIES .(Hpeclnl ti> tlm Hnralil) Fornle, Aug. .14.-At ii lato hour this tcrnnon, no ttiore botlloH Imtl been 'ought out of the wrotked mlno at ichel. Work contiiiuaH anil it Ih hoped the reranlnlnR hndlcH will bo rcachud )foro tomorrow night, though pro-OSB Ib hIow In (;onBe()uoiico of tbo iBay condition in the rogJon where e men are suppoBed to ho buried l)0-lath the oavn of roof niaterinl. The of, throughout, in thiH mine Ib of ift material' which accountB, in part, r the extent of the caving. The minerB hero have rnlurnod to ork but the arrnnKOinent to have 9w number eight ut Michel operated |Bt night waB not carried out, owing the reluctance of Home of the mlii-to do rescue work, thus caUHlng heavy draft 6f thOBo who wero wlll-g to enter the mine. It-la expected at work will be reHumed in new umbor eight tomorrow or next day. I Lewis atockelt, pruHldont, und W. McNeill, secretary of the Opera-irs' ABBOciation, arrived in town this orning and are cIoHlng up the for-al papers in connection with the new age acalo to be incorporated In the Vreemont with nislricl IS. President (rahom of Michel and SecrSfary Car-lir are In attendance on behalf of the linerB. 1 The coronora Intiuost. which was ad-liurnod from last Wciluosday to last light, wa8 Hgnin adjourned to next luesday at the reriucht of Chief In- pcctor of MlucH Graham. Messrs. Stockctt and .McNeill have alurned to Citlgnry. E iPORM ES EXPECIEO London, Aug, I'l.-Gounral Sir Sam lughes conferred .Monday with a umber of brigadler-gonurals and olli-r olllcers regarding matters affecting lie orgaui/.alion of tlic forces here nd In I'^anco where Interesting hanges arn oxpocled shortly, Among iiosp present were generals Lord trooka, Lockie,, JIaiJJoijgfill,. .Stpele, LBhton, Carson and .Moigliun. ZbiQ Meek in tbe dit^ (Tburcbes Mrs. N. VV. AlUn Is in Edmonton viuitlng relatives.    Lieut. U. iMartin an4 Ounnor J. IL Love of the 78lh battery are on a recruiting trip to Kdmouton. � * Mrs. I(. D. VVIlKamson of .Medicine Hat Ifl spending u few days in the city, a guest at the i,ethbrldge hotel. � * * Miss Woodford of Montreal Is Hpending a month with her alsler, Mrs. 13. P. TuBon,. r>12'inth ntroet.  * * Messrs George Wwlng, George Miller and Alex Campbell, wore Taher visitors in Lethbrldge today.  V * .MlBS Anglo fiawdcii retiirnort yesterday from a fortnlBJit's visit with frlonda In Calgary. Mr. S. A. I'arker, manager of the Uoyal .Hank, rRtiirned on Saturday from a short trip to eastern cities,  * � IlRv, ,lohn ,1. Cameron, former pastor of Rnymorid frcsbyterlnn church and (laughter Ida, are at present visiting relatives In the city.   � The winner of tlie crochet Bhawl in the recent raffle held by the Vikings la Mr. Frod l''ord, who held the lucky ticket, number, ID.   * .Mr. I'^. L. Wnttors has arrived from Saskatchewan to be the accountant in the Dank of Commerce, replacing -Mr. I?. C. Bluudcll, who has enlisted with the 78th Depot Battery.  *  Mr. G. \V. Koblnaon returned home this morning from I'roctor. 11. . C. Mrs. Robinson Is nol roturnlng until the end of the month. V * � :\lrs. C. 1!. Flowman entertained Informally at a garden ton yostorrtny afternoon, when the lienor guests were 'Mrs. .Mclntyrc of l.,indsav. Out., who Is visiting Mrs. A. h. Stafford, and Mrs. W'm. Colinnan. of, Victoria, who Is,staying with .Airs. Frank Colp-man.  �  In connection with the "cake \valk" which the Red Cross are holding tomorrow at 8 II.m.. In the Harracks grounds, a garden party will.he hold in the afternoon commencing at S o'clock. An American tennis tonrna-ip?n,t will start at two o'clock and clock golf and orociuel 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" i.s the most important item of Interest," but there will bo dancing also in the mesa room. The donors of cakes are asked to leave them at the sergeants' headquarters, just Inside the main gate on Fourth Avenue. At Scientist Wednesday at eight p.m. testimony |nocting. At Pentecostal MlsBion Tuesday at S p.m., prayer and the li-ord. At St. Augustln's-Thursday at S |i,m., service of intercession. At St. Cyprian's-Wednesday al 8 |i.m., service of intercession. At St. Mary's-Wednesday at eight |).m., service of intercession. At St. Andrew's-Tonight at 8 p.m. -.adles' Aid. will meet al the home of ilrs. Miller, K12I Third avenue north. -Vednesday 2 to fi. Red Cross Sewing it the home of Mrs. Wni. Scott, ri:i2 ,2tli Street North.. M'ednesday at S i.m, Bible class In Ihn vestry. Thura-lay at S p.m. choir practice in the diurch. At Knox-Ladles sew at Rod Cross ooma every Alonday. The prayer ncotlng this week has been postpon-" Ml. Rev. W. McNIchol, AI.A., of St. Vndrew's cl'.uvch Ib now moderator of ho session apiioiiited by the last Pres-lytory and will pvoacli next Suuday. ^ov. W, F. Burns haa been secured to wvy on Mr, Denoon'K work In his ibsouco and will likely begin his mln-stry on the first Sunday in September. At Wesley-The Onward Bible class .vill meet with the main school next Sunday und horenrter. WodnoRday at > p,m, prayer, meeting in charge of ho Onward, class, Wodnosday the innual Junior picnic hold. The ;hlldron are. reuueated to meet at the Sunday Bchool hall not later than 2.SO ind from there they will go to the !ako. The pnronta are Invited. At Christian-Wednesday at 8 p.m. Sprayer meeting. What the Press Agents Say At StarlaiMl Tlie splendid Lasky feature, "The Love Mask," featuring Cleo Rldgely and Wallace Reld, will be seen for the last llm-ss at Starland; A splendid comedy-cartoon and scones In Japan, in colored pho'tography will be shown on the samo program. On Wednesday and Thursday the eminent dramatic star, Dustin Fai'i nuui will appear in the well known story, "The Call of the Cumberlands," a Btory of the Kentucy t'euds. This will undoubtedly bo a splendid program, full of intensely dramatic and thrilling scenes. The name Diistin Barnum is one to conjure with. 'At llic jVIa,iestiIQ*� Very special, each ............................ tUC Wiiubkw Sliades nunlc'd on strong spring i ing and nails complete. Size ;ii)X7:.' In., Wed morn. Dark green. Mounted on strong spring roller. Flit- Clover Leal" Cup and Saucers Kngllsli semlporceliiin fumlity. Wednesday morn- QQ-, Ing i; cups and saucers for ...................... 0�JC Stencilled .lajtanese Kuj;;'s Size ti by 12 feet. I'relty Oriental rolora. d�0 QC .Morning special ................T*.......^UmifO Ladies* Ilij-li 'l\�p White Canvas BooH 211 pairs only In lace and button style. Sizes- oA from ;! to ti. Rpgular $:i.on. Wednesday morning '^UmCtU � (ilrls' >Vhite Canvas Strap Shoes 18 pairs only. Sizes .V In 2. Regular $1.75. arge tins.....;......................... CANNED TOMATOES tins for ............................... lUi inch Silk Poplin In white, natural, rose. Copenhagen, navy, pearl gi'ey, bottle green and black. .Iiisl opened up. ^-t Cti Per yard ................................... �^ i.uU :j Bee Saxony In L'i> ounce hanks. .All colors. Per skein ......................... 4 Ply Finj?erinR In prey, khaki and black. I'cr pound .............................. Canadian Wheelinjf In white, grey and black. I'er pound.................................. g 20c $1.60 $1.00 . Bee Hive Yarn LETllBKIDGi: BEEK NON-lNTOXlCATlNG Pi 111,S. per (1()7,C11..............$1.50 Qiiarls. jKM- (lo/eii............$2.50 Soft I)riiik.>=, i�in(.v'. \)qv do/cou. . , $1.00 Sol't. J)i'iiiks. (juiirts. jkm' dozen . . $1,50 Also Soda Water in Syphons Hiji'li Hock Sodii Water. ]K;r doz. I'ii't^...................... $1.00 (tiiio-cM-A Ic. extra dry, pints, doz. $1.25 (h'ape Cider, per u'allon........ 70c - JUGS EXTRA In black, navy, patural grey. Per pound while it lasts................................ Straw Hats Large harvest style. All sizes. Wednesday morning, each .........., $2.40/ 15c Men's Linen Hats A large range to chooBe from in neat patterns. Regular Snc. Wednesday morning .............. 59c / Men's White C!anvas Oxfords & Boots 15 pairs only. Sizes (i to 10. Regular |3..=i0. AjfjL Wednesday morning, pair................. %'V9 Men'sWashTies ^ ^ .')0 dozen. In plain white and fancy stripes, 'Wed- y q nesday morning special, each ................. 1�FC Hudson's Bay Co. 1 J. SMCIGB. 'TRENCH VOIG" Montreal, Aug. 15,-The Gazelle's corresiiondoul in London cables-. "Certain polilicians who are anxious to see R general election here are watching Uritish Columbia's "tTench voting" with groat Interest, Ronald .McNeill is asking Andrew Ronar Law to issue a whltn paper giving details of the ar-rangomenls. Sir Richard .McHrldo, commlsalonov for British Columbia Is also receiving' Intiulries. SUCCESSFUL GRADE METAL mS ARE TEN SCHOLARS NEEDED UP IN B. C. "OFFICER 666" WILL BE ON DUTY FOR A LONG TIME. The following Lethbrldge students have been successful in passing their Gi'ado Ten examinations: Albert Armstrong, Ian Brodle, Dorothy Church, Lowell Cobbledick, Muriel Donaldson, Stanton' Foir, Jeasio Hamilton, Knid Hamilton, Norman Hlglnbotham, Luetic Horspool, Clara Hiinl, Elizabeth Hunt, Eva Hmton, Mabel Hyssop. Hazel Keith, Margaret Korr, Goo. McCIenaghan, Margaret McVeigh, Max Muscovitch, Jonathan Pipes, Dorothy Stafford, Kathleen Ter-rlU, Frances Virtue, John Woslying. Huns Have Again Broken Promises In Sub. War iScclDP llOJl). till! jEmpruss uiiiiglil lor Moli'o Wtuidur I lit! ln,sl limo. 'l>ln}' Ti'ai's" ut Uie Cranbrook, B.C, Aug. 14.-The Cou Bolidated Mining company at Kimber-ley aro shipping, daily to the Trail smelter for treotment no less than five hundred tons of ore. AVlth the Improved facilltloa .for handling the ore (t Is expected the output will be shortly doubled. . Work on the tunnel Is progressing favorably, it being driven in about three-nuarters of a mile. The disorganized rallwoy 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 difficulty of securing practical men for that class of work. Tho Veronica Gold Mining company, which has just started operations at the. creek, intend putting a second crew to work as soon as the men. can bo, secured. J. A. McLean, a well known Spokane mining man, was In the city the latter paj't pf the week exumiuing mining propertiQ^ in.the.Perry,Creek district. London, Aug. 15.-Baron Sydham Inquired In the House of Lords today whether the government considered that the cpminanders of German submarine had adhered to the declaration made to the United States government in May regarding the sinking of vessels without warning and whether Austrian submarines were bound by the same coiidltions. Tho Marquis of Crewe, Lord President of the Council, replied, the more public attention was called to the "monstrous proceedtngB of submarines," pending tlie, time when It would be possible to make a definite declaration on behalf of 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 inturmatiou was that since the undertakings have been' given to the United States Kovernmenf four British and three neutral ships, had been sunk without warning byj submarines almost certainly German. Another neutral ship, ,he ccntinued;)OtLY TIME ASSURED. MAKE ONE OFTHE CROWD, BAND IN ATTEJJDANCE DANCING.AFTKRVyARDS IN THE MESS ROOM. 2 ;