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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JAGE SIX v LKTniimrocik HERALP MONDAV, (CosrisouD rtioii FJIONT PACE) alter aniiouiicW; tlie'iiomes'or foiir. Americans 'aboanl Ihe lU'e names ot Ilia vest lif-'lhe'pisieiisers Lho an Irifoi-ina- (ion be given out uiilil Ilie de- elrutlioii of tlio vessel imrt io Iho line bj- Cbc Hrlllsh nrdmlraliy- Tlic rour Auicrl- w'fre Miss Plilllis Barker, Xevv Vnrh: Arllmr T. Kirby, llalutriJso. X. J.; .Mrs. K. B. Harris, Xciv Yorlr, and P. I1. Gibbons of Ihe Cliicaeo Tri- Imne. Two utlier Americans amans Die first class Dassrngrrs were Mra. May B. Hoy and Miss Eliulietli lloy. of There was also one Am- erican In ihe second class caUlu, Her. Janws Wareln, of .Vow York. niaUIni; of seven. These additional names were announced after the lino hail rcreiv'pd official conlirruallou of the slnkins o( ibe U.conb First c-aiilu iiasssnsers [olalled Ililr- ilie crew llic oil.l ,recouil forty-two. Tlic crois iuisniiMcd TLer'evere no Etecrapc pnsscnpers, Tlia J.sronln n-aVonc oMfcc Izrsest vessels ot Ihe Cunaril (lecl and Hie largest Iti'is sunk staff Ilie new German submar- ine was commence! Sho 1S.9J5 Ions, was 1.00 feel 71 beam ami -10 fcet-dcctli She b'.lill in 1911 at Xewcaslle. Consul's fleport London, Feo. 25, H.25 ley Frost. American Consul at Queens iplesraidiej ilio American cm bnsly Iwro iiJJay: Tho Cunarder La couln was torpi'ilcwi] nl 1.50 Sundaj nisbl. Two hundred mill Eivcnly survivors' were laniled; [io (le but Known some missing, one. ileail." 20 Americans In Crew N'ew Vork. Feb. Ameri- all native born, were members of (COXTIN'UEI) OK 1'AOZ 4) sonUtlon. Nan. C. W. Robinson, olc'cl fn CJly, IB a former jire- ol prpVlnce, It IB regarded ns more Ilian (Ikcly, Mowuvcr, tha( If the Liberal tlefcel Is Eualnlncd In Jlon- iloy's voting lu Gloucester, tlial a now rONslilueiic-y be found1 for the de- foaled Liberal leaitciv wlio failed of election la St. John cauuly yesterday. The followln'E Is lliQ list success- ful candidates: Albert Conservative; [.owls Smltli aijil J. h. Peck. lion, K. B, Smltb, a. S. Button. Hon. Dr. Tp.jlor. W. Grimmer, II. W. Rmltlp. P. Mclarison, A. Uy- sarf. A: V.. liordage. Premier Mur ray. II. V. Diikson, 0. 11. Junes. A. Duga! and J. Moj'.cton lion. C. Roljhison. J T. Diyi-lJIl, David Allalli. IIi Murray Dr. >SGrath. J. K.sllelher Currio plaints aliout (lie case vtllv whlcl TO BE-INS P.JQE) "Tills Iii lUolf 111 CllfCt, tllQ HOW tlerniau bubuinrhio orders were moanl Io accotniiKsh. BO we srfl coit- ccrucd. We CQU -therefore, that lliq overt iicl, whlclt 1 liuvo VLMI- not to liopo GerniBn tn': (ncl 'avoid, Specific HequesLs Devoutly QjLprcssluK Uio il 'would not bLTomc necessary Pcb. buJhiess man in Great BritJiu is required to. yriat al tbs? oE his business coi-responcJpiLCP. -whether circulars or k-t- followiiiE rarllculara: Individual, present Christian siid surnames or any former names, nutionalitj- If not DrUlsh. affirm, .same details fpr every jiirtner." -This i-equrremenL'ls yarL of the so- calleil "Biislucss. Names'1 Act, passed Ihrqugh Piirliiimenl' without. Terj1 iaaeh- iiublic uctlcc last year. It iras brought into being mainly by com- THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH J. must renter.who has at. any'lime v.cior.a-Muera.: j. r. .-iwcwiaw. chanced his naoie, with full parllc- J- "tirgess. expected that Ihe new- Dr. Snutb, papers wlH.Blve-considerable publlcUv MflSec- C. to regislnUtons which sro at all sus- and thus prevent Lhe use Lenere. ;J. N'. Tinder, high souudlng or Aristocratic A. Doling. Dr. Crocket "and S, by rogues. The'reglslrar oiiice is em- powered to TCluse registration to rcr- inin classes of; names -which arc con- sidered" misleading- or fraudulent, tor instance, no firm whose buainess is conducted by aliens .will bo 'allowntl LO ilo under the title So-anA-Sq ComyaJjy. Hunter. FOUR KILLE-D IN AUTO'SMASH GERMAN BUDGET Berlin, Feb. 2y, by .wireless, Feb. 24, year's Imperial budget amounts to insi-kii. as mark's last year or an Jacrcase of it was announced in today by Count Vo minisler." Cincinnati, men were killed and another probably fatally in- jured here today when a large touring car crashed a northliound Madi- iDnville street car. All five iccn were occupants of Ihe automobile.-J7" 1917 ]iut arniPd.force hi aclion, the jiresl dent succlflcally nskeil tor authority to supply .United States merchant uhlna with rtcfcnsSvc arms "wIUi means of Ikem" ami "Io emylo any otliev Inslniincnlalhir's" as wolf its sufffclent credit" to enable Mn Io yroylde menus of iiro lecllon." This without being speelflei in terms, was rcqucal ler Iho of the nniiy uiul navy anil nocicss money lo them effective. Semitos Stono'snld tpaclors liatl not rfccld eil whelhQr Iho legislation the, presl dent osks would oriEiiiate iu- th' liouso or sennte.-llc prob y would Lc first..In house so its to carry (ho crcdil. Will Introduce Bill Shortly nfler 2.30 o'clock Sp'eabe Clark, Democratic leader Kltctiln Chairman Flood, of foreign affair comiuftlec and gerald..chairman of approurlntlou qomniittec, went, "into conference After Hie coherence Chairman Floo announced 'he would jntroilucii .lat today a bill gnuling power prrfi'dcnL lo ami ships and'dll O aulliorilS' in tbeditr Cburcbes .HUNS TAX BACHELORS Lou Jon, Feb. Von'-L-enl Prussian minister ot finance, lias a nounced a 'new heavy lax on .bach lors, according (o Berlin 'telcgra transmitted by the Exchange Telesfa At at S'p.ra.; re- gular meeting 01 the Quarterly Offi- cial-Hoard in the cliurch 'parlor. Wed- nesday .at S p.m., a special prayer "and praise service. Thursday -aC 'm., canvassers will meet in the'pastor's study. Thursday at S, ichoir' prac- tice. V r At Westminster and St. colonel Wednesday at 2.30.the. W.M.S- of St. sent up by the Italians Andrew's' will meet at "Llic home -Mrs. Geo. Goldie, 53S 12th disclosed the wldc-si' Xorili, Thursday afternoon tram 3 to! Vne- Ilnlihn. a artillery 5 ihe W.M.S. of Westminster For fall and -winter driving, tlie new is a snug, comfortable car in cold weather and it. can .bo quick- ly converted into an open car I'br'fino; io the one you need for all round senrico, no matter wfcal the weather or roads may be like. Tne rterc design ?s disliDctire aurl.vnafees'a nice .'.spatially desirable j EC3 monci today and'geUjonr Unglliy foundry or M ud -who 10'- lowil. t III often In :aiu alKbljof tho ItnllaiiB, :cdlL H lufjal bo recorded "thai 'lliby QVer ehoolTut civilians ertotn Ilo' Jjiitjvcerruio Aiistro- 'uiiBiirlai; and Halbn Iroiichoa: Woi 1 "ay uo'Uonc on danger.' rba' AUBtvo-lIuuBartaus return ouinllmciil and refrain fi'otii filing bchJiid Ibo bo mlj aril in out (lie civil' lo'imlnttqu' slinrcs all" daiiRcra iQ.arihy, number r TolmcIiiliiiiB Itwb been killed tmrJ youiidcd, hecuuso nro poot against (no lifnvlec shells. huciiUonal bravery" wna slioivn- ic- Ly a vs'oiuiiii im'mciL who., hewing thai ter; sister's cliil4 hud run out of pie loiiso ifinl becj( In out In search liuclcflaiich ol lielbomljai-itmoiit In yylilcli-the town i UmL moment' -Many of Tblmelu'a'streets Ito'lu llic try riro zdiie auil bo nyokl- llunimltig Imllels speed over OIGIU Xo( long ago R ufmlful ot ihe danger, raj) along one )f (hose1 Hlvefcis, vi'ounded tn hctimii. Jlespllo such reminders lhat hej- arc lomiitliiK prbvlilenco l( iiafnder .ol Tolinc-lii's population lo ;6 tQ.-ot.'ior Modrccp, almost oiittrely deatroycil by artillery Itro. also "boasU wer populalion o! oM men-nnil cliflilvon, BH do ny oilier towns ami villages on both sides of this frtml. i Royal Bank When she haye''on, dfap.lay famoui HaU other up to; "dale i All Ladies are to attend; .AVednestlay, February 28th, and -y- :Thursday, March 1st With .Army on the Isono Ftout, Keb. only" 500 yards' froil Ihe Ilalian in- fantry line..Tolmclii stlll; haa.'a'.clvil populatloiroc 2f'5 persons who 'refuse to ;qml.'their honies., The eveains, with a iieutenant guide. :hVd 'Uie. rodkels as an JJlumiii- i'c'driving'rain, dan-age htirl- worked. tea al Ihe lionic o! Mrs.' Briefer, 1T17 51H a'venuc norlh. Thursday al. S Ifie -peo- ple's Bible class of Weslminster bold the resuTar antl social meeting-at Ihe liome. of iJrs.-Ji Bj Gray, 1516 3rd avenue norlh. Fri- day at 4.15 and 7.-10 choir practices. At at 9.30 a.m..- the Presbytery will meet-in the TCsLry cf lie church', Tuesday at the annual, meeting of the "Macleod PrcsbytcriaJ will be held: In the ECliool room.-" Tuesday at -6.30 supper will be-served In ilie echpbl- room of Ihe the Ptesbyterial.'and theirr'lioslcsses. Tuesday at S p.m., public ineellng in the church lo b6 addresse'd ".by- Hcv. ifr. W'n'ght 01 Pinclier Fefgusbn of Calsarj-.. Wednesday at adiilt Bjble by -per ccnf.'of the bulldines The About thirty had been )a rocket light _.._ the nrc'r.ked-'furnilure in huge piles, Boated .the ruined "The civil population- oE Ibis place' is an o[ saiil lUc "I sliduld-say iherolnes, the great majority-is women. Tlic place I ?.m taking1 you-to-haw] is owned by and sLiU-nin Ity a'woman'! and her claughLersi Last wecfc a I ?hDl! ciplorlcd in HID little store 'they keen: So ILey have how moved Lo an- other part of (he hiiHdihg." i The correspondent, "was received ..Ijy iwp'girls of lender''-years. "Misses Jrirn and Yida types-br Slovenian middle t-iasi.- -They --had just ilieir Ji.ltle slorc. Asked why they slaved said that it was I and, (Jir Wlioh nil tl.ip'nqw >V''nre -inVil'c'd to view M THIRD AVENUE SOUTH j ,'f FORD GARAGE i S" o'clocLv Thure- little b_Qsiness was''nil jday at 3 They were tot aCraiil, Ladles' AW. Tjiursday at choir! since a bomb proof ;hart heen- built i practice [for them by Ilie soldiers. "While the I At St." at S o'clock! visiior was huylng opnic (he Giiild, Tuesday.-at S ji I Italians loosed a more-shells to ro., teachers meeting in SI. Auguslin's points" near the oil hall. J.lo Junior near inc "Ilini to sway and rattle. Many of the women. Iii -Tolmein earn, tbeir living by washing and .This is of Interest To You. >Vc iJiircliasciV. several thousand dollars of price's on ins; from (o 'to March lst: give a (Viscount of Twenty per cent, MAIL- ORDERS WILL HAVE OUR PROMPT ATT6.HTION. Also M Full Lino, of Accessories BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK- HARRY HOLHAN, Mgr. at 8.p.m.. service and address. Thurs- 7.30 toys meet al the Y.M.C.A. for'C. S. K. -Tests: Tnurcday at.3'p.aiv Auxiliary. Friday al S-p.m.. In- tercession fnllQwcd by-'choir practice ?t ..8.30.. At Si- at S, p. m.. leaclicrs'- meeting in the -parish hall. -Wetlnesday nl 4.L5 children's service. Wednesday at S even- ing service, special .Ilev. (Iwilan jsaac. Thursriaj- at 7.30 a.m., celebration Holy- CommyniOn. Thursday at 4.GO Intc'rcession anil readfrgvFriday at j wiilch ctTnla'iiis "beef "ami At St. at eight! o'clock Dorcas Foclcty meet in Uio OVER-WORKED: MAN Bank Cashier Almost. a Wreck How He Regained .Strength, Lelfibrldge people, .will realize tliat lliis morn link In tlic wontlcriul chain of evidence proving 'that Vinol, ish room. TiiesJuy .at S p.m., teach-1 era' meeting in St. Augustin'B Iialf.j Wednesday al p.m.. Intercession ser- vice and Illustrated address. Quarter- ly meeting of teachers at tlic cTozc ot Ihe service. Thursday Rl 7 a.m.. cclebrnlion of Holr Communion. Thursday at p.m., ?romtn nt Ihe 'Red Criiaa rooms. al 7.30 hoy 6 uiccl al fnr C." S. li. l-'rirjay p.m., choir prac- al 3 p.m., business meeting of the Ladies' AM at Ihe home or Uio r-aslor, 001 Slh SI. prayer nicct- at llso ]leil Ttsts. Ucc. AT no equal to create strnngLli." Mr. Chas. A. _MtL, 5ayfl: "For many years a, school tljrji for ibree- years was Dcpuly Clerk in Frederick County. Md., and for ihe thrpe" year? iave been Cashier of-' First Na- llunal go I IK such n had condition, ami poor assimil- ation of-footl. I was last1 hecomliiK n al S Irs. Friday at Cross At at S p. m., mid-wccli.service. Thursday at S p.m., choir practice.- At Latter Day at 2.30 Ilie ladle.s o( the relief rnc-et at ihe home ol Mrs. Kblclrls lOftS Mh Ave. poulh, sulijctt. Home 1 at jmony i At Penucoslal Mission Thun day, S p. m., Special Mailing upon ('Oil tar triC.HAnlism of the Holy (1h03t. A hearty welcome to :UI. iron tiutl inunfjanese and gJj'ccropfiosphaicd, physical ami nicntfti Keeinp an advertisement 'for'.Y'nol T pur a Iiottlc. arid found bo exactly whrtl I needed. It has not only ticncMttofl "iny ncWes.'but liuilt nio up Ijbth mentally -ami physically, and I to recommend II; to any- one Ktiffcrlriff as I rlid." Try a hnlile of Vlnol un- ileratandlnK that your mo'nry will be returned IT tl dooa nol help you.-VJ. -Co., l.ld.. Drug- e, Also al ibc "teal In all Alhcrta 1 Solve- CURES SKIM AFFECTIONS One package proves. If.- Sold and gujftnictd Uy above Vinol drjgjiiL .1....: A i-f .irtcHH in hats I'or the first showing.' I have: a complete liiuvol, iiiul :nit (he sole .reprosenfaiiyp, in, For figure (he new slylsa of B. I. are'-a -revelation.'to those'who'haven't seen 'theni. a'ntJ a' distlrttt advance over nnylhlng previously, attempted. Iti Canada. Every model in, modern corsetry to suit the in- dividual needs of tJje.multitude of wearers can b; had In (he Bias Filled Corset modern corscl is desfgncd to control the lines of the body i and to give that tailored look which Imparts in- dividuality to the This, the. Bias Filled Corsels sccompliah by of among which a model can be feunri.lo suit any figure. i ,-ln dclecling any of.lhcse models you have At yoar disposal th.e services ol MRS. J. H? A SPECIAL B. I, CORSETIERE FROM vyho Is present in attendance in cur Corsel Eac- tion, who will give valuable aid In the procuring of the corset best suited to your particular figure and will personally; fit you. iMISS GAMER SOUTH ;