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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JURSDAY, AUGUST 19, W5 THE LETIiniUDGE .DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE laclcocl. Aug. U.-THC funeral, took cc today trom Roman Utho- vhurcli of IlianclK! Theresa Mac- uilil. wife ot Inspector Macdonald, the Mountcil Police, Uio service lie- most impressively conducted by v. Father liaillic. A number of ico ufllccrs from Maclcod ana ghlioring divisions were present, [ether with a detachment ot non- iiinissloiieri officers and men fro here. rhc duties ot pall bearers were ;ried out bv Supt. Starues (Mac- Supt.' Horrigan pi. I'cnnelatlier In- !clor Tucker Inspector .1111 and Police Surgeon .-iKcr. The deceased lady, who was only years of age, has been ailing for feral months past and her death is iiot unexpected, iJ.though very 1 Her husband and three children e left to mourn her loss. Mrs. Jlac- nald was a HljInboUiuil Co., Limited, drujgUU.' f MKXAf'ED J1Y THE (iEKMAXS CROW'S NEST :COAL GOES UP Toronto, Ont, Aug. A good dea] of interest was. taken on the stock market in an advance in Crow's Nest Pass Coal, which came -into pro- minence for the first time the war began. The stock was selling at SO, when the market c'losed in July last year It opened at anil advanced to 56, closing' at the latter price. Misses Gray, of Toronto, arc .the guests of Dr.' and Mrs. Rivers. Mrs. McCanihley, of LaLhbridge, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Black, 0th Avenue Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. .Jones of High Ilivcv am this afternoon on n visit, to MLS. .Jnm-s1 parents, Alayuc Sand Mrs. L, Hardic. Mr. G. K. has hctm on Um stafi of the Union Bank for the past two ami a half years, has. brcn transferred to Swift Current, Mr. Devcraux has made many friends here, who regret his departure. Mr. and Mrs. .las. Pitman of Po- trolia, Ont., announce tho engage- ment of their daughter, Rose, to Frederick Emeal Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, of Medicine Mat, Alberta, the marriage to take place early iti September in Medicine Hat. u r The splendid sum oi was cleared -Monday night from the Hu- morous Sketches presented in aid of the Nursing Mission and r. O. D. E. Messrs. Wadriington, Hincks and As- intend giving another enter- tainment during the Christmas sea- son under the, auspices ot the Red Cross and The superintendcn L and nursing staff of the Gait Hospital wish to thank the members ot the Hospital Ladies' Aid through Mrs. F, Dow- ner for installing the two-burner gas stoves in the kitchenettes of the new building. Hesirtes saving very many steps, they also add greatly to the comfort the patients, and are ap-, preciatcd by ail. The Wesley Mission Band arc hold- ing an informal picnic on Dr. Lover- ing's lawn, Friday from 3 to 7 p.ni. Short programs are to be given at four o'clock after which refreshments will he served, picnic style for.child- ren. Sale of home-made candy, ice: cream and bouquets by the member's of tiie Band. Everybody welcome. Special invitation to children to qqmei and join the fun. J a The funds of the Wesley Ladies1 Aid were greatly augmented yester- day afternoon, from the tea that cla'imcd Mrs. Chas. Raley as hostess. Mrs, president of the Ladies1 Aid, .assisted Mrs. Raley in receiving the guests. Tea was served in; the1 beautiiul garden from a table pret- tily decorated with garden blossoms. Mrs. Galbraith poured tea and was assisted by Miss Livingstone, Miss Ewart Misses Gray (.To- ronto) and Miss Cobbledick. Miss Gray, oi Toronto, an extremely cle- ver elocutionist, gave two delightful readings during the afternoon. DIED SUDDENLY .Chicago, Aug. John C. Black, civil wa'r for- mer congressman United States commissioner' of pensions, ditui suddenly yesterday In his room at a local "hotal. Riga, though iittie known m this countij is the of Russia and second only to Petrograd of im- portance as a Baltic port The Germans been neai it for a long time, bui have beon delated possibly bj the Russian warships in the Gulf. in sin mm Winnipeg, Aug. Fifth Ar- tillery Brigade from Winnipeg1', arriv- ed safely in England yesterday.' They crossed on the Metagama, sailing from Halifax N S thtm the 7th Artijlerj Brigade ind a de- tail of I5U men from the 79th "Cam- eron Highlanders of Winnipeg. There were about 7.00 in the ath'brigade. They passed through Winnipeg from Sen'rll, ilh and the men from the Highlanders also left "Winni- peg on the morning oi that day ASHAMED OF "SONG OF-: HATE" London. Aug. Chronicle's Amsterdam corresnondent wires that Ernest Lessauer appears to 'be ashamed of "The Song of "Hate" of which he is the author. He writes to_the Berlin..Taseblatt saying he agrees -with ita that the song.is not intended the young, and .he has often advised ag aiast its. publication in school books. s "The Song of ho .writes; was penned as T result of passionate impulse first .week, War, wheu England entered .the con- flict. SALT BACK NN WINNIPEG Manft Aug Willtain, Salt whose absence 'during the sit tings.'.of the Public Accounts commis- sion some time ago, created consid- erable discussion and who "M derce before the royal commission Ins tnr to has re turned lo Winnipeg "to, look .for job, he gaid OTTAWA GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL 'SUICIDES Ottawa, Ont., a note stating that he was tired of life, lxeaV Fiset, acting assistant posi- iKster genei ai, fatally shot himself with a rifle at his home last evening. was brought, from Quebec tv a feu vears bv Hon Mr Perie tier and Tppointed law clerk of the department He was "an efficient of- ficial. The was in his year, leaves a widow and two hildren BANK CLERK KILtED IN ACTION Kitchener at Front WithMitterand iledicine Hat, Alia., Aug. J. Sculthorpe, wlio went frpm this cit> as a member of the Mat's first con- tingent, is dead. Ills death occurred ill a French hospital in Belgium on Tune 1 This sad news has been re-' ceiveii at the Merchants' Bank here. Scuithorpe, prior to enlistment, was .1 member of the bank, staff. In April he was reported wounded and in the hospital. In -a -letter just received oy the bank manager from Scnlthprpe'5 mother at Waterloo, England, near Inerpool she sends' the sad tidings of hci son s death. FATALLY INJURED .Erie, Pa., A'ng. Gres- orv. 24 years old, or Ann Arbor, Uich an iviator. on board the Unit- ed Siates naval nilliUa ship Essex, of Toledo, was fatltlly injured late Tues- da) hs fell 30 feet Hislit Gregory was hurried to- a he later died. Paris, Aug. joint inspection of parts of- thB ycstprn battle line was made Monday oy Lord Kitchen- er. Hhtain's secretary of war, amd Alexanflre Millerand, the French wir minister t Thev were accompan icd pirt of thp time bv General Joi fre and John French, command- ers -in chiet of the French and British armies. The military leaders paid particular attention to conditions in the Champagne and the Woevre. An ofhcial note nhich details of tnf trip sivs Lord Kitchener and M Alillcrand greatly b) thft appearance of the troops aid thur high morale Several con ferenccs were held, but .the nature of them is not disclosed. Speikmg at the close of dinner Tuesday evening M. .Hillerand declar- ed he ielt highly honored by Lord Kitchener's visit t'o France and 'was glad toV learn from the British Field Marshal's :own lips of the complete accord uniting the two nauuns Lord Kitchener, speaking.jr. French thanked'Mi Millerand for his kindness in cvtendlug in Ubit the 1 rench front and slid that after seeing the splendid troops of General JoHre he couid understand the French victories. He closed by declaring that Great jlntam was resohed to mike the greatest possible effort to aid France.and the war to a finish; SIR WILFRID LAURIER BUSY Ottawa Ont Aug Laurier, who has recently addressed recruiting meetings ilso address meetings, at NaDanee Kingston and other points in the-Bast. The Winnipeg Telegram intimates that R. S. Lake, ex-M.P, maj be the lieutenant-governor of SaaHat; chewan. Under Saskatchewan's new liquor laws Major Snyder ot Vancouver has been apointed director o( prosecu- tions Rev. D. G. Ross, chaplain of the 60th, Rifles, and for firs ind a. half years pastor of the Flrat Baptist church. Moose Jaw, has been appointed chap- lain of-the 46th Battalion, BOW in training at. Sevan. Week-End Bargains Orjstal Dairy Butter 30c 34 Premium Coffee........Me Carton Fels Na'ptha........ .65c Oranges per dozen .t 24c Corn, Peas i. Beans tin 10c Lard 3 pounds l 48c 5 pounds 78c FRESH FRUIT Peaches Apricots and Plums at lowest rdarket prices for Fresh Tomatoes, per Wagstaffe's Jams at cheapo pound Sack "Our Best" Hour 'and 1 of Blue .Ribbon Tea l..9c Lpti6t prices. Tomatoes, 3 large tins..r...36e ____ _ 1 pound tins, 2 for.......44e pound tins 14c AH varieties of'Biscuits .at spec- ial prices. The Lethbridge Supply Company NORTH MARKET FIFTH AVENUE RED ;