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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' I�AGE TWELVE THE LETHBniDGB DAILY IIERALD I i CHILDREN POT ON ENTERIAININT A Splendid Success-New School To Be Opened For Fall Term I.. (From Our Own CorrrppT-.'.lontl  Biv.v Islaml, AiiR. Ifi.-Siilurday *i\3 circus day proper In Bow Iplsnd ftnd all (lay inlialiitunts secr.ietl nrr-vor.sly awaiting the initial porform-tinrc of the eviMiinK- At seven-iliirly ji.m. llu; progrnmme conuiienitMi and duriPK its throe lioura duration inter-�ist did not falter for a moment. The entire performance was carried SHE SUFFERED IVE YEARS � Finally Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkhain's , Vegetable Compound. Key West, Fia. -"For five years I iuflered from irrejni'-^rilies, with ter--rible pain.-v^ld an lawful weakness in my back. The doctor gave me different medicines but they did me no good. A friend asked me to try Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound and I found it to be the best medicine I ever tried becauae it made me well, and I can now do my housework. I am telling my friends about it."-Mrs. j. M. Camus, 726 CaroUne St, Key West, Florida. Many women at some peiiod in their life .TCtVer from ailments peculiar to their sex and which in most cases may be readily relieved bv this famous root and herb medicine, Lydia E. Pinkhsm's Vegetable Compound, just as Mrs. Camus found it helped her after sutTtr-ing for years and trying everyUiing else in vain. If you have any annoyitig symptoms vou fail to understand, write Lydia E. t'inl.ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The results of their 40.year3e.xperieoca in arUnsing women on this subject is at your service. through by the children with n swiuK that would do credit to profeaalonnla. and too much credit cannot be given the young people who took their ro-spectivo parts for the splendid success attained in tliclr first attonipt in this line of cutertainment. It would indeed be dlfflcnlt- to single out any one for -special mention as the B-fslgnnicnt of the characters of the cast showed careful and tit selection in every case, each performer seemingly esi)ecially suited for his or her special respective part. The singing throughout i;: deserving of notice as it was particularly well rendered. The whole affair was amusing, entertaining and satisfying because of Its novelty and ingenuity and those in charge of the prei)aratious are to be warmly i praised for the admirable manner in jWhicli tlio entire enterlainraent was ! so perfectly presented. ! For The Soldiers i The gate receipts totalled the satls- factory .-Jum of $.^5 which amount will he u?ed for the purchase of Christmas ; boxes for soldiers overseas. Snaps ' are being developed of the various actors and actresses of the circus and each box will contain a miniature : print of tiie iiistory of the box's origination, aciiuired only through the in.iiniciion el' Mesdames Paterson. Milroy and Stewart. A special vote I of gratitude is extended to Messrs. ; .1.^ II. Paterson. F. Mac\ViIliams and ' 11. Uell for their many acts of assistance in locating and removing the cir^-usware. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reid of Leth-bridge were weekend guests of J. W. Keid. Broadway. .Mr. and Mrs. A. Caughey left on .Monday for Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson of Prospy have returned from their trip to the north country. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Blaine and family, who have been making an extended visit to eastern Canada retur.ied home Sunday. .Mr. K. h. Stone Is enjoying-a two weeks vacation at Banff. ?  -> : CURIOUS INCIDENT British at Baku. The garrison > ? of tho place constated largely '> ? of Bolahoviki, who, with Ar- ? > menlans, were opposing the ? : Turks. Thus the nrltish, while ? to prevent the enemy "from > ? gaining acces^ to Afghanistan ? and the Indian frontier. ? n Thursday, ' when gho entertained n number ot hor friends In honor of iMrs. Uwlghl and Mrs. Rontln who are shortly tormlnating their stay in Uow Is-laiuK cine Hat on Friday. Jlrs. Darling was a weekend visitor to Medicine Hat. .Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Murray and Mr. and Mrs Babkn motored to Seven Persons on Sunday, where tho infant of Mr. and Mrs. Murray was "baptized. Mr. V. Pederson was the week-end guest of Jlrs. F. Brophy. Mrs. Jas. Olquist entertained informally during the tea hour on Wednesday. Mr. T. Cooper is spending a few days in Medicine Hat. New School With' tlie completion ot our new public school and the opening of the tall term not far distant, it is to be hoped the event ot a formal opeuinp will be mtide a distinctly interesting one tor town and community dwellers. With such an admirable opportunity of collectively gathering'in admiration of tho new edifice and enjoying a social evening in united admiration and recognition ot our increased educational facilities, the opening of tho 191S erected i?ow Island public school should certainly bu made a, memorable occasion for scholars, � parents and friends alike. Recent social functions ES IN PARIS REGION Paris, Aug. 16.-Several bombs were dropped in the Paris region late Inst night by .German aeroplanes, says an official statement Issued early toifiiy. There were only a few victims. The statement reads: "Sounds of engines having bceu reported by lookout posts iu tho region north of Paris. The alarm was given at 10:."i:.' o'clock Thursday night. The enemy airplanes were violently shelled by the defense batteries. Several bombs were thrown in the Paris region. There wore a few victims and som material damage. 'All clear' was sounded at 12:'30 o'clock Friday morn-ing."  FRIDAY, AUGUST 16,1918 THE SIMPSON COMPANY, UMITED Mr. McKay ot Calgary was a guest j'^i^^^sufflciently demonstrated the here on Thursday and Frldav. abundance ot talent available in our - ------- -� - com sin raoval to the Medicine last Thursday. .Mr. Scot The manv friends of Mr ' George presentation of a c Scott will regret to learn of his re-i programine and it Is Hat hospital"^'*''*' hoped that this magnificent op- t was oiiffor portunity for a successful and delight-L was �uuei-|_______ _________ ing from acute appendicitis. .Mrs. L. .A. Ostrum, First .A.venue, is entertaining as her guest her sister. .Miss .M. .AlcGue of Cluny. .-Mta. .A very successful pantry sale was held in the rest room on Saturday af-lernooU'under the auspices of the ladie-s aid ot tlie United Church. Miss Isabelle Whitney is the guest! of lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Whitney. Cowes Ranch. .�\ very delightful dance was held at the farm of Sir. Sewell on Friday evening. Many ot the junior town set were present to enjoy "the evening's proceedings. . O. D.Tlowland of Pincher Creek ful gathering will not be overlooked by the school board and trustees. .Mr. H. E. Seattle is spending the week with his family here. Mrs. Bayley (nee Charlotte Leary) will enter the Dominion Express Com Sydney,* N.S.Vt^., Aug. 16.-The finding of additional enemy mines along the Australian coast Is announced. Two enemy mines were reported found and destroyed off Cape North, the northern extremity of New Zealand on June 13 last. The supposition Is that these and other'mines found In. Australian waters were laid by a German . commerce raider. > > > > � > .> 4* .> ^ .J .J .J, .J, ,5, -----------------.-------r> ? pany tomorrow to fill the vacancy,'-:' MISSING OFFICERS AND MEN ? Mr. visited friends here over the weekend. caused by the departure ot Jlrs. Booth who has left to join her husband at Lacombe, Alta. .Mr. E. H. Wilmot returned on Sunday from Calgary. Mr. Schan has been a guest in the Grassy Lake district since Friday. Mrs. T. B. Whitney entertained a few friends during the tea hour on Wednesday afternoon at her home at the river bottom. L^thbridge Tire & R?pair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbrldge, Alta. Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" - We Handle AU Standard Tire% and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up.. The many friends ot Mr. and Mrs. .Mavor Reid was a visitor' to Medi-' f*- Henshel will regret to learn of the ~j illness of their little girl in the Medi- cine Hat hospital. ,. I A meeting of the local U. F. A. was ; held on Saturday evening. The report j ot Mr. F. Taylor who is in the. north j country prospecting for hay was read ; aud-discussed. Other, matter? were j discussed before th^rneeting adjourii- j In compliment to Sir. and ^Irs. Wil-' liam Fairbairn, whose marriage was 1 quietly solemnized in Medicine Hat i last Friday, a delightful dinner patty was given by Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Beat-tie, Broadway on Monday evening. Covers were laid for twelve. The many friends of Mrs. A. Mack will be pleased to learn she is making satisfactory progress after her illaeas of Saturday last. A very delighttul reception -was tendered Rev. Gilbert, Mrs. Gilbert Jr.. and Mrs. Gilbert, Sr., by the members and friends ot their congregation in the United church on Tuesday evening. A very balanced programme was presented after which lisht ro-freshment� were served. Mr. Gift ot Cayley is spending a few days in this district. . The ladies aid ot the United church' BANG! Where is, there an Automobile owner who has not heard that fatal sound? ' Xow is the time to have your tires repaired. We absolutely guarantee OUR VULCANIZING to outlast the tire. WTiy not give our work a trial? Pure Food Markets Saturday Specials \ -MILK-FED SPRING CHICKENS CHOICE MILK-FED FOWL CHOICE VEAJL PORK TENDERLOINS MEAT LOAF CHEESE LOAF FRAY BENTOS' CORNED BEEF JELLIED TONGUE CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGE DELICATELY SEASONED Ch Creamery Butter Per lb. P. DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE, AND 6TH ST. 8. PHONE 1664 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH �Tf(EET N, PHONE 4S1 � > : .> .? The following are the steps taken! by the W�r Office to ascertain ^jLliother '\ officers and men who have been report- i ed missing and prisoners of war, or, it not, whether any definite information is obtainable os to their fate: (I) The Commanding Officer. The officer commanding the unit, before making his report, ascertains as far as possible from the officers aud men present with the unit, whether any reliable evidence is forthcoming. If not, he reports the soldier missing. (Hr The BritiaU'hed Cross and Order of St. John. Lists ot the. missing are .supplied by the War Office to'lhe Enquiry Department of the Red Cross, 18 Carlton House Terrace, London. ' The representatives ot this body are given, facilities at the hospitals and camps at home and overseas to collect information^ from wounded soldiers. Information so coll^(:t,nd. If likely to establish the .fate of the officer or man, is passed to the'War Oflice and In the case ot the rank and file is taken up officially without request from relatives. In the case of ofUcisrs these reports it sufficiently definite are also investigated, but the initiative is as a rule left to the relatives, since it is found that the relatives have in many cases, received more' reliable information direct from the officers ot the unit. Enquiries addressed to 18 Carlton House Terrace, London, S. W. I., will also be answered direct, and all reliable information collected will be communicated. The enquiry should give the name. Christian name; regimental number, regiment, battalion, company or platoon,'and dale ot casualty. For Royal Artillery the Battery Is necessary, and for the Royal Engineers and Army Service Corps the Company or other unit. (ill) Enquiries in Germany and other enemy countries. Full lists of the missing are pro-pared In the War Ofnco, and a large number ot copies sent monthly to the Foreign Office for transmission through the good offices of the Netherlands Government to Germany and to other enemy countries. These lists are circulated through prisoners of war camps and hospitals and are accompanied by forms on which evidence can be furnished regarding officers and men whoso names are on the list. By this means in an appreciable number o{ cases, information has been received showing what, has been the fate ot the missing. (IV) General remarks. It will be seen that by these arrangements an endeavor is .made to cover broadly whole Held of possible witnesses of the miif.iing .soldier's fate, and If he has unfortunately mot his death upon the bayieflold to place his relatives in possessipn ot dellillte information upon the subject. It on the other hand he is In tact a prisoner ot war, news Is in the great majority of cases received from him direct In the first instance by moaiie ot letters addressed to his relatives. In a few cases his name first appears upon an official Gcrraati list, but unfortunately in a number of these, the list shows that he has died In hospital, a few days after capture. In all hut very exceptional cases, the news of his being a prisoner comes through before there would have been time tor an enquiry to be sent to Germany, and for an answer to he received. Individual enauiriea, sent, to Gar-, many in missing' cases have been found by'experience' tof' produce no correct Information that wa� not already in the possession'of iMte' Wfir OfUco, and as the Issue of the lists of missing ensures much wider circulation of the names, Indlv'.dual onquir-les are not now sent. The phiclnB of tho name oc the uilss- RIGHT NOW IS A TIME TO PICK UP REAL GOOD SOME BARGAINS EITHER IN SUMMER OR FALL MERCHANDISE Prices are Much Lower Now than they will be later on The Trench Hats for Ladies This popular hat of tweed and fancy silk is again in stock in a great variety of tweed mixtures and novelty plaid and spot silks, best for motoring. Prices range from $2.75 up to $4.(f0. Ladies' Marabout Neck Pieces Large Cape Styles, each...... ........^......,. . $9.00 Round Neck Pieces, each.............'......... $4.75 Very bocomiiig and comtortablc for early fall wear. Ladies' Light Weight Wool Sweater Coats AT DISCOUNT OF 20' Shetland Wool Sweaters in blue, gold, mustard, rose and purpU with sash. Clearing out the line at a discount of 20"^ Don't Miss This Sheeting .-69c 100 Yards only of 72 inch Bleached TwUl Sheeting. On Sale Saturday at 69c Ihis IS a beautiful soft, close woven. Twill Sheeting and is easily.worth 85c -Not more than 10 yards to one customer. SPLENDID BOYS' SUIT;5 ON SALE Good quality .wool tweeds. Sizes 24 to 29, at per suits $5.75 to $9.75 Sizes 30 to 35, at per suit, $6.50 to $12.00 These are exceedingly good values, fully 25% less than the present market prices. Buy now for the futurf. You will save money and get a better article. A SALE OF 1917 WOOLENS We are getting together all sweaters, underwear and �wool hosiery for men, women and children. Lines left over from last year. Those we are selling oft at last year's prices which are from one-quarter to one-third less than the new lines will cost you this fall. THE BALANCE OF THE STRAW HATS Both boys' and girls' styles now selling at exactly i Price To clear tliein out. GIRLS' BLACK COTTON DRAWERS 30c 30c Pine ribbed drawers, full knee. Sizes 5 to 12 years. Per pair ...............,....... REAL FINE NAINSOOK, 35c 35c White, soft nair.sook, 3G inches wide. Yard ................................. IS-IN. BLEACHED HUCK, Yard, 30c A fine quality towelling and a bargain at this price. at VERY BEST ENGLISH FLANNELETTES Now worth 50c per yard. Oi> sale 40c IRISH DIMITY MUSLINS Cross bar and very neat checks and stripes. Pure white and very tine (luality. 30 Altf, inches wide. Per yard .................. 4;DC SLIPPER COTTON, 15c A mercerined cotton yarn, much used for knitting into sweaters. Worth 25c. Clearing y |" this line at ............................. luC 60-IN. TABLE DAMASK, $1.00 Extra heavy quality table -damask in tlorjil -or dice pattern. E.xtra value at, | AA Per yard ............................. IsUw VERY LARGE COVERALL APRONS 89c Jlade from good quality fast color prints............................., The SIMPSON COMPANY, Limited ing list !.iarter ot liill to the second quui-tor ot 1918 the cost ot living rose ifi-ogrouglvely 132 por'cent. This is Imsod on-.12 main coramodltloH investigated by th� ministor of labor. NEWS NOTES. Tlio Amoiioan Tank'stenmer Frederick it. Kclogg,' torpedoed by a German aubmnrlne. Is still afloat about IG m.ilos off Baruegat, N.J. .The tii'noral ot Anna Hold will ho held in Now'York. The casket will bo placed in a vault in Woodlawu cemetery and at.the end of the war the body will bo taken to Purls for burial. According to Tlon. T. A. Crorar, Dominion minister of aRriculturo, there wJil be no luck of seed grain In tho west next spring. He also states that tli3 department of agriculture ia keop-Ini; clcsely in touch with the live stock Interests and that the worst is over in retiard to the shortage of toed, the late rjiius having helped qui the teed situation. Ono thousand foreign born soldiers, moat ot them English. French, Belgian, Russian, (tallan, Norwegian" and Swedish, look the oath ot allegiance as clUitens of the United States at Camp Jackson. The oath was i�dmin-Islered "by Federal Judge Woods In the Camp Liberty Theatre, in tho presence of Major Gonoral French, commanding tho camp. iiocftiiBO a was chftrgod that Ued Laku County was an oasis for dry. territory in Northern Minnesota, tho IJii- katoB arrtl neighboring Canadian territory, the state council of defends issued an ofd'er making the county "bone dry." The action was characterized as a war measure under Iho order worded to remain in effect thvea months after tho doclarallon ot peac�. .\nna Held, tho actress, died at Now York, after an illnesB ot several months. Miss Hold had been ill since April ot tho rare ailment known as myeloma, disintegration ot the spinal .marrow, and lier condition w3s reported several times as crltioul. She rallied repeatedly, however, and, until attacked by pneumonia a few week* ago, was regarded as on the road M recovery. Her' physicians B-.ilrt that only her remarkable will pow�r and pva�enled her from succumbing long before. Lt,-Col. G, W. IBirka, O.B.E., gemjral supervisor ot the Canadian Y.M.Q.A. overseas;- Abner Kingman, cUaiufHan of the executive committee of the Y. IVI.C.A. ovevaeaB and John Ross, member of Uie executive oversea:), hiive gone to Franco from England I,m inspect the work ot the CiiDudian Y.M.C, A. In the viorps avoa. Mr. Ros.'i recenb ly went overseas from Montreal, He Is a brother ot Brlg.-Oeneral lan.os Ross, paymaster gooenU of the Canadian forcoa ovorBoas. Thny will also Insnoci V.MC.A. work with t!\o FroucU ujid .Amuricuu urialuA. ?5918498 ;