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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ife TWELVE THE LETHBmPOB PAtLY IIBRALP LDRENPUION n Splendid School To Be Opened For Fall Term From Our Own I Bow fia circus day proper in Bow Island Ond all day inhabitants scorned ner xously awaiting the initial perform nnce of the At seventhirty tho progrnmme commenced and during three hours duration inter est did not falter for a The entire performance was carried SHE SUFFERED FIVE YEARS 4 Finally Restored to Health by Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Key five yours I suffered from with ter rible an awful weakness in my tor gave The doc me diff erent medicines but they did me no A friend asked me to try Lydia Pink hams Vegetable Compound and I found it to tha best medicine I ever tried because it made me and I can now do my I am telling my about it 126 Caroline Key Many women nt some period in their life suffer from aiknents peculiar to their sex and which in most cages may be readily relieved bv this famous root and herb Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable just as Camus found it helped her after suffer ing for years and trying everything visa in If you have any annoying symptoms you fail to Lydia Pinkham Medicine The results of their in advising women on this subject u at your through by the children with a awing that would do credit to and too much credit cannot ho given tho young people who took their re spective parts for tlje splendid suc cess attained In heir ilrst attempt in tills line of It would Indeed bo difficult o single out any one for special mention as the assignment of the characters of the cast showed careful and fit selection in every each performer seem ingly especially suited for his or her sperlnl respective The singing throughout is deserving of notice as it was particularly well The whole affair wns entertain ing and satisfying because of its nov elty and ingenuity and those in charge of the preparations are to be warmly praised for the admirable manner In which tho entire entertainment was po perfectly For The Tho gate receipts totalled the satis factory sum of which amount will he used for the purchase of Christmas boxes for soldiers Snaps aro being developed of the various ac tors and actresses of the circus and each box will contain n miniature print of tho history of the boxs orig acquired only through the instruction of Mesdames Milroy and A special vote of gratitude is extended to and Bell for their many acts of as sistance in locating aud removing the and Jack Reid of Leth liridge were weekend guests of and Caughey left on Monday for and Swanson of Prospy have returned from their trip to the north and Blaine and fam have been making an extend ed visit to eastern Canada returned home Stone is enjoyinga two weeks vacation at McKay of Calgary was a guest here on Thursday and i The many friends of George Scott will regret to learn of his moval to the Medicine Hat hospital last Scott was sufferj ing from acute First is entertaining as her guest her Miss McGue of A very successful pantry sale was held in the rest room on Saturday af under s the auspices the ladies aid of trie United Miss Isabelle Whitney is the guest of her and Cowes A very delightful dance was held at the farm of Sewell on Friday Many of the junior town set were present to enjoy the even ings of Pincher Creek visited friends here over the week s Mayor Reid was a visitor to Medi CURIOUS INCIDINT Incident comes to light in con nectlon with arrival rtf the British at The of the place conststed largely of with Ar were opposing the Thus the while fighting the Bolshevik In the are cooperating with them in the The British are also guard ing the transCaspian railroad to prevent the enemy from gaining to Afghanistan and the Indian held a very SnjobWnteetlnJI ftt thV home of Nevers off Thurt day f Swennutnion Aado a delightful hostess during dinner hour jn when Ihe entertained a number bt Her In honor of Dwlght and who are short ly terminating thtlf stay In Bow AIRPLANES BANG Where is there an Automo bije owner Who has not heard that fatal sound Now is the time to have your tires We abso lutely guarantee OUR VULCANIZING to outlast the Why not give our work a trial Lsthbridge Tire Repair Station Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Phone 495 We Handle All Standard and Buy First Class Repaired cine Hat on Darling was n weekend visitor to Medicine and Murray and and Mrs Babka motored to Seven Persons on the infant of and Murray was bap Pederson was the weekend guest of Olquist entertained Infor mally during the tea hour on Wed Cooper is spending a few days in Medicine New School the completion of our new public school and the opening of the fall term not far it Is to be hoped the event of a formal opening will be made a distinctly interesting one for town and community With such an admirable opportunity of collectively gatheringin admiration of the new edifice and enjoying a soc ial evening in united admiration and recognition of our increased educat ional the opening of the 1918 erected Sow Island public school should certainly be made memorable occasion for parents and friends Recent social functions have sufficiently demonstrated the abundance of talent available in our midst for the presentation of a com mendable programme and it is sin cerely hopedthat this magnificent op portunity for a successful and delight ful gathering will not 66 overlooked by the school board and Beattie is spending the week with his family Bayley nee Charlotte Leary will enter the Dominion Express Com pany tomorrow to fill the vacancy caused by the departure of Booth who has left to join her husband at Wilmot returned on Sun day from Schan has been a guest in the Grassy Lake district since Whitney entertained a few friends during the tea hour on Wednesday afternoon at her home at the rivef The many friends of and C Henshel will regret to learn of the illness of their little girl in the Medi cine Hat A meeting of the local was held on Saturday The report of Taylor who is in north country prospecting for hay was read matters werp discussed before tha meeting adjourtl In compliment to and Wil liam whose marriage was quietly solemnized in Medicine Hat last a delightful dinner was given by and Beat Broadway on Monday Covers were laid for The many friends of Mack will be pleased to learn she is making satisfactory progress after her illness of Saturday A very delightful reception was ten dered Gilbert and by the members and friends of their congregation in the United church on Tuesday even A very balanced programme was presented after which light re were Gift of Cayley is spending a few days in this The ladies aid of the United church Pure Food Markets Saturday Specials r MILKFED SPRING CHICKENS CHOICE MILKFED FOWL CHOICE VEAL PORK TENDERLOINS MEAT LOAF CHEESE LOAF FRAY BENTOS CORNED BEEF JELLIED TONGUE CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGE DELICATELY SEASONED Choice Butter Per bombs were dropped in the Pftrlg region late last night by German an official statement Issuer early There were only few The statement reads Sounds of engines having been re ported by lookout posts In tho region Tiorth of The alarm was given at oclock Thursday The enemy airplanes were violently shell ed by the defense Several bombs were thrown in the Paris re There were a few victims and som material All clear was sounded at Friday Burns DOMINION MARKET 4TH AND CTH PHONE 1664 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH tTflCCT PHONf 411 finding of additional enemy along the Australian coast It an Two entmy mines were report ed found and destroyed off Cape the northern extremity of New Zealand on June 13 The supposition It that these and other found in Australian were laid by a commerce MISSING OFFICERS AND MEN The following are the steps taken by the War Office to ascertain whether officers and men who have been reporti ed missing arid prisoners of if whether any definite informat ion is obtainable as to their fate I The Commanding The officer commanding the before making his ascertains as far as possible from the officers and men present with the wheth er any reliable evidence is forthcom If he reports the soldier H The Cross and Order of Lists of tha missing are by the War Office to tfie Enquiry De partment of the Red 18 Carlton House The representatives of this body j are facilities at the hospitals and camps at home and overseas to collect from wounded Information so If likely to establish the The officer or is passerf to the7War Office and in the case of the rank and file is tak en up officially without request from In the case of officers these reports if sufficiently definite are also investi but the initiative is as a rule left to the since it is found that the relatives have in many received more1 reliable information direct from the officers of the Enquiries addressed to 18 Carlton House will also be answered and all re liable information collected will be The enquiry should give the Christian name regi mental company or date of cas For Royal Artillery the Bat tery is and for the Royal Engineers and Army Service Corps the Company or other iii Enquiries in Germany and other enemy Full Hats of the missing are pre pared in the War and a large number of copies sent monthly to the Foreign Office for transmission through the good offices of the Neth erlands Government to Germany and to other enemy These lists are circulated through prisoners of war camps and hospitals and are ac companied by forms on which evidence can be furnishod regarding officers and men whose names are on the By this means In an appreciable number of information has been re ceived showing has been the fate of the IV General It will be seen that by these ar rangements an endeavor is to cover broadly whole field of possible witnesses of the missing soldiers and if he has unfortunately met his deatli upon the battlefield to place his relatives in possession at definite information upon the If on the other hand he is in fact a prisoner of news Is in the great majority of cases received from him direct in the first instance by means of i letters addressed to his In a few cases his name first appears up on an official German but unfor tunately in a number of the list shows that he has died in a few days after In all but very exceptional the news of his being a prisoner comes through be fore there would have been time for an enquiry to be sent to and for an answer to he Individual Rnuuiries sent to Ger many in missing cases have been found by experience tcf produce no correct Information that not al ready in the possession of Jlie War and as the Issue of the lists of miislng ensures much wider circula tion of the indivdual enqilir lea are not now The placing of tho name ottfce THE SIMPSON LIMITED NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO PICK JJP SOME REAL 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 best for Prices range from up to Ladies Marabout Neck Pieces Large Cape Round Neck Very becoming and comfortable for early fall Ladies Light Weight Wool Sweater Coats AT DISCOUNT OF Shetland Wool Sweaters in rose ant purple with Clearing out the line at a discount of Dont Miss This Sheeting 69c 100 Yards only of 72 inch Bleached Twill On Sale Saturday at 69c This is a beautiful close woven Twill Sheeting and is easily worth 85c more than 10 yards to one SPLENDID BOYSSUIT ON SALE Good quality wool Sizes 24 to at per suits to Sizes 30 to at per to These are exceedingly good fully 25 less than the present market Buy now for the You will save money and get a bet ter A SALE OF 1917 WOOLENS We are getting together all underwear and for women and Lines left over from last These we are selling off at last years pric es which are from onequarter to onethird less than the new lines will cost you this THE BALANCE OF THE STRAW HATS Both and girls styles now selling at ex actly To clear them oiiti GIRLS BLACK COTTON DRAWERS 30c Pine ribbed full Sizes 6 to OA 12 Per pair OUC REAL FINE 35c soft 36 inches JJL BLEACHED 30c A fine quality towelling and a bargain at this VERY BEST ENGLISH FLANNELETTES Now worth 50c per Op sale Aftr at vC IRISH DIMITY MUSLINS Cross bar and very neat checks and Pure white and very fine 30 AKgt inches Per yard fluC SLIPPER 15c A mercerized cotton much used for knit ting into Worth Clearing this line at 15c TABLE Extra heavy quality tabledamask in floralor dice Extra value 4 AA Per yard leUW VERY LARGE COVERALL APRONS Made from good quality fast color The SIMPSON Limited ing list Is done by the War Office and it is therefore not necessary for relatives to any steps to ensure that official enquiries in Germany are set on It is par ticularly requested that letters should not be sent to the Netherlands Lega tion or to the Foreign as ap plications of this description cannot be dealt with It should be noted also that tVe Prisoners of War Information Wellington is concern ed solely with enemyvprisoners of and can give no information concern ing missing British U has been brought to the notice of the War Office that in certain where relatrves of missing soldiers have advertised in the Press for In fictitious particulars have been supplied by irnposters with a view of obtaining Relatives who advertise are warned on their guard against this and to refer to the War for confirmation of the information in all HUGSINCREASE From the first quarter of 1911 to llic second quarter at 1JIS the cost of living rose ifiogresslvely 132 This is bused on 12 main investigated by minister of NEWS The American Tank steamer Fred erick Keloggr torpedoed by a Ger man is still afloat about 1C miles off funeral of Anna Held will be held in The casket will be placed in a vault in ceme tery and end of the war the body will bo taken to Paris for According to Do minion minister of there wJll be no lack of iseetl grain in the west next He also states that Ilia department of agriculture is keep closely in touch with the live stock interests and that the worst Is over In regard to the shortage of the lute rains having helped put the feed situa One thousand foreign born most of them Bel Norwegian and took the oath of allegiance as citizens of the United States at Ciunp The oatli was Istered by Federal Judge Woods in the Camp Liberty in the presence of Major Uaneral commanding the BecHtisu U charged that led County was un oasis for dryter ritory in Northern tlio Ua liatos ami neighboring Canadian ter the state council of issued an order making the county bone The action was charac terized ns a war measure under the order worded to remain in effect thrca months after the declaration of Anna the died at after an illness of several mon Miss Hold had been ill since Ap ril of tho rare ailment known ua disintegration of the spinal and her condition wits report ed several times as She ral lied until attacked by pneumonia a few weeks was regarded as on the road Her physicians stxld that only her remarkable will power and prevented her from succumbing loua general supervisor of the Canadian overseas Abner cliaiuman of the executive committee of the overseas and John mem ber of the executive have gone to France from England in spect the work of the Canadian In the corps Ross recent ly went overseas from He la a brother of paymaster general of thu Canadian forces Thny will also work wltli Wo Ameilcui ;