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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX LFjmtmpriE DAILY. T FIvnn WHY 27, 19.17'. Opening! WILL HOLD HER SPRING OPENING ami days. A. Urge int) beautiful assortment ol spring and summer millinery. Also a cholcs jalecilon of the iilsit ityles "In Silk Crepe de.-Chtne. at very lew .prices. 318 13tli Street X. picked up sorae lime between 3 and 4 Di., "6lh. Westerners Safe Fob. Word cefved Jn the city Uiis morujiig an- nouncing 't landing at Queens- FKOST Fays that.the LacouU was torpedoed In .comparatively calm weather. The first torpedo struct nesr the stern, and when-tee" Teasel was struck a tecond Ura'e she listed the excellent discipline ol Ihe crew siid orderliness paasengers. Two Small Partlei Landed Feb., two fcmalljparlies of the Ldconfa's survl- tors apart from the main body hive been .landed, fifteen nl Bautrr and 'liboiit Ihe -same "number elsewhere. .The s tea mer- which rescued the bulk pi Ihose aboard the Cunarder carried fiiso ihe survlTors.oI the sunken Ert 'lIsL steamer Falcon and U members of ihe craw ot another lost British j Consul Reports Feb. foMois-- ius dispatch from .Consul Frost nt QuecnEtown iras received today al .'the slato department: Tha Laconia a 4.7 gun invisible" al The second torpedo was fired twenty nitnules atler the first- Thirteen boats fl-iray, ol which number eight. Trrilli 'the Hoy" ladies, lost- A wifeless had been sent out. Boats were pick up by tbe'ailEDiralty p.m 26. was .colloo, hon-eaploEire nmni Apparently "there" are but ot 33 on Then the crew and 75 passen jjgrs.-inrJuding many iromen aud chil area.' sank in-about irotn'the (ime'ot ihe first- iiiad fired sis rockets, tfnlch. were seen by the admiralty patrol. Th-i -wireless 'V'Svas also used up lo the last momerit- The boats scattered two or three swells-12 feel high. Flares v ere burned by (he boats and the teats lowu ot Howie of Kil Jouau and her three t-hildrwi, ivlio Ihe Laconia. Mrs. said that she aaJ Ihe i were well but (bat they bad lost every Twelve Lost London, Feb. number of !eart or missing was given by the "unard company Hits afternoon as 12 made up as follows: Passengers, three [cad, three ralsslug; crew: sli miss- sis others are in hospitals. 813 Cargo War Supplies 'New York, Feb. British passenger liner .Laconia, one of tho vessels 'ol ihe Cunard licet, sinking by. a submarine was re- v. por[ (CONTINUED efforts, great'as Ilioy have UCPII, iiiuit Ho kue'w or many 'armors in 1 lip' district southwest of Iho cily uho have four ihpusJnd or of grain lying In tdelr fields at tue iho iventlier; ivlilch will luve to bo Ivaulej hi lue spring when thev should be using Uiefr en aiul teams in settling. H. ft Mlcbnch' of 'Monarch, that during his thrashing operations last fill lie had threshed grain wlicn little wot, m'ul had tost or .inoro per car on il. Hail an Internal elevator been established liere ho would liave snvod'llils loss. Tho far meis of Southern Alberta need a stor- age elevator.at'Lctltbrhlfr) uioiv llifi" oilier one thine. CJms. Kgiin of Warner, suit) fitly per strong, for-aii BO (hut iiuUlU! CPUld 'lie U.W iu JlW caving the ehorl BULIUOQI' seaEon lite' -Vv'; Mr. anj 5Ir, m'cgnrd from noilu.or Iho clly, Wcro n moro to gflllicr liiYoiiiintwi Ur-ni 16 give TlwV' n favor of "so'mctLiliif would afforJ relief tkc cojigeslloii wlik'U li'qw prevails ever> winter..Mr, Mills, fiuolher.fftnner, salt! liatt nl- found K easier id rfl'fe n crop Inn to ninrkeL H. 'Oiirti'aws on road whoii uc lii- Fielila." Jle SYBS year In August' which have been Imulort tho winter below, cent, l In .that district. Is yet lo bt> mid will liave lo bo haiilGd during HIP ayrhig and sum- mer. "The farmer living ten or Iff- icon mHrs from an "'elevator. IsMlie man -who needs a storuse elevator most for us n rule ho is "unable It IlircsJi iii'lll lale, xvhen tlie CBF and terminal elevator couEestioit Is on.' There are 175 names on Hie car order booh at' Warner noiv. mid lib relief li n complplo sight illl syriug. Ceo. Vf. Green ol 1lie Kllison Mill ing Co., ilioughl there would L-e no doubt ihai Soukbern. Albertn farmers would use Ihe elevator hero clljr, for Ibe reason. wou) have llie ndvanlagc' of the home mar XeL as well as having fair position for the" cxporl' niarket Farmers now are holding grain in Ibe terminal elevators al Fort Vi'll Hani for tlB higher-prtce they. expec liave1. held.Ihe grain cheaylj- ia au internal elevator here. jesJiles haying it where with' n mbvcracut lo Furl Tho moving of sl.or oge olovalor lo Jake nml ocean portB could bo Inkcn In when general railway, bke and'o'ceaii transportation oouillllons bccauio easier. _, Hanking am) oilier fiHimclai___ ness, as wpll ns nil general, business" yrould be facilllatet'1, It Interior, storrtgo elevalor atcohioioJalloii WPTC avail able.'- The vjirebouse with weieht aiuj grado1 stated, vfde means for a "farnier nlther.l l salo, or lo WINTER yMariy.people dread winter because'' lie Budden'.cl.imitic changes bring :olds, toiisililisor. '1 '.iBui 'thousands1 of-- wfll- icd Tiijii ami wqincii lixlay a'voiil inich sickjie'ssfortMcniselvesaiid their children' by f tilling u (cw bottles of lo make roller blooh1, fo'rlifyfthe liieiiibrahes Ihrail iisl'sictncss.'.'Soliliefsalvirivceivett ivcr oil; il will also slrengllicu you. Got The Bulldogs Are Coming! WESAVEYDUMQNEY'.i ON WEARING FOR YOURSELF FAMILY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. sailed Tro'ui P'eb.'lS for JJrerpooI. Oii boarrt when she Kvas torjiedoed were 31 first and 42 second cabin passengers, among them -were seven Untied Stales citi- zens. Seventy United elates citizens jimoDg tho crew of.216. Officials of" the sleamshlp company received confirmation ot ttia vessel's deslrdctlon from Iho British admir with tbe .canfirmation tbal one life had heen lost. The Laconia carried a large c Including war supplies. war EUJJ- plics In the Laconia'5 cargo iuclndej tons of shell but Iherf) were no eiplosives. Other items wen bushels of wheat, bales ot cotton, 900 tons ot provisions, boxes of fhiif, 200 steel plates and tons ol sundries and 1. 000 bars of. silver. U. 'Officer's Wife Abcard Pa...Feb. Frank E. Harris, Unilei States coast commandant o Fort Duporit on (be Delaware river was.aboard the Laconia, Westerners Aboard ieg, Feb. 25. Among the rs oii'the Laconic aro known to have heen stTeral westerners, "al-, though itis a difficult matter to check! Ihem. up. 1 The Cunard ofiices in "VTinnipeg be- Here that the list includes Frank Kvi-: sen... as TOnnipeg; ilrs. Gore-Langton ;and J. Max, Reid, VIctoriR. and Arthur Albau Wright, Wright, .and one year old son, all .of Vancouver. Mrs. Tlobert Hoprie, Eeaai are Ijc 'eved io have been passengers on tlm conia Mail (s Lost. London, V.eb. ?C.T-Tbe 5aya it is feared.the large of mall TTliica lue ihey to milling Interests at any tlnie atiuuld a'jprcmium', prevail. Mr. Green then weal oii lo show that lie milling needs of Lethhr'iuge and the west are growing; Leihbridge, and CarJston bnve1 milling capacity b[ barrels, re- quires' bushels "per year. Westward aro mills al Calgary and .Vancouver wilb capacity of 29SO requiring bushels. o( wheat n year, irliHc Medicine Hat tea.ulrc busliels a year." making a total of most ol which is horn a small area-.rounJ LethjiridEC', which ivould bo greatly, aided Ijy an internal stor- age' cle'vaior liero. Green also pointEil out Ibat in order iojceep up the. quality of" now rated in ihe world's markets. Hie fiooti grain miisl be Elbreil, while good age. fn o'rder'to be.a'vallable' to'tbe feed Industry alone in Sontheru: Alberia'. Trould, shbrtl.v warrant the expense of a icrhiinaVele-. valor. This statementwa? supported bridge -with ils-.sur.rpunuinj-irrigaliQh station- in "absoluiCiv essential that (o: T. :'Latli- rop feJt sCrongly ing that he. was, the feed ing businesa and expected .to be "abU to get R. E. Skcilh of he finished hauling liis '1915 crop :lwo Veets before the I'OlG ed. "He sa.'d thai- while-lite present farm era in Southern Alberla.may b'e past.lUe.open bin state; the newcom- ers will have logo through.- ex- perience unless, Ma vided in Letlibritlge. Ray Knislit for himself and for, Ibe Knight Sugar "Co-i ball finance iipon tUc basis of the house then (o coaiplel tlio salG nt Eomo jaler dale. There has fortunately been Lul ill tlo daoip ari'I touch Em in In this (Us tricl from lUo 1916. nod 191G props but .coudiUonsibaye ..arisen In sbin Eeasons" ivhen such' grain had t dealt iviili. would accrue from having, ihe read means that be available In iiilcrfor storage. elevator for deal Dmptly with such grain, at n plac iso to Its point of production, would1 ic'of great economic Advantage io our farmers. -XS, "_ The facilities 'provided Inter-' or storage elevator for I ho clea'nlns of are advantageous lo Iho farming communities'iu scrceii- iigs being pul close the i where :lhe grain is grown would effect a saying'on frclgbt which would to bo paid on these screenings on a long IiRiil" Id. -.Fort William; and-the -screenings, would] je made available -for use -for 'feed! for the continuously ..increasing amounts of live stock produced With rai iVay 'routes as ,a't present, j aTallable, grain from' ihe .'following; finds '.Its only oullot IJirougli' castvards'Va'ml westwards: TV- J.! CarflsLgnT total rcuresoulatlori ot from farmers, inking'Cor lii's elevator w to- K, KcsloV, rilhlsler.. Irailo raid corinucrce, dar- ns; 131C, ami wljl bo noted (hut IIio'l 'ai-mcys, anil 'all of ipe oilier business! of ,tlils' community, uro' re- Jrcsenl'cd on >lli'c couiniHlee.charEecl' h'thtp drafting of llils uiciuor.iii- Inni, anil .that 11 bears Hie nii'nrnvnl if the. of HIQ Lclhbrlilgo Board of Tiado: i '.This.''memorandum Is .therefore a unanimous l-criuesl by this coimuu ulty lliat an Interior .'slornKO elevator should boIniLlfal.I.otiibrUlge.-. inemoramluiu ,ls lo till! Board.or Crnlu Coirimlaslouors-for Canada Iii tho confident liopo that Iliej- will recommend IQ the Dominion gov- ernment that mi interior storage elc- valor should be erected al I-'ctlilirlilfio at Hie When ihe will have ?n. dliplVy'f.tie' Gage Hats and other'up to'. dtte'patlcrhs. are cordially inyitea to attend Wednesday, February Thursday, March' 1st Alaiiyberries to LethLridge available, grain moves" through bridge al minimum :rates on folJpn'iuR p Miles ilrtnt .p...... 71 --.-Hi- 66 -r 6G-'. Ilfgh niVer-to LcUibridge LundbrVck jo Le.Lhb ridge to Cbutts ta.Lelhundgc SlanyhVrrles" to -Willi railway roillJes as .promising Panama'Canal route' may boyiicmbh- I: rated lo .be commcrclfllly'-'feasible in respect of.rales" "of tonnage, grain th'c.'.- following poinfs would find its jray, at TUininiuui mileage and "westward port si through Lethbridge: punmore lo'LethbridgeV-..-- Manybernes lo LclhhriJge V We will liold our i'h'si.ishoSi loSviiig.'pf.siM'iiig.-iniiliiic.L'.v '.'v Eilf 1pt; els ol grain last year." CouLts to LelhliridBe .7... liusheJs are a till In (lie openVand there from the United States has teen lost, is no place lo ship.-, lie-.was very 309 6th Street South r Announces Introductory of Spring Fashions Wednesday and Thursday February 28th and March 1st For'Spring we are featuring Designs in Tailored Hats and Unique Innovations for Sports Wear YOUR INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED Caidsloii lo telhbriilsc JlllCi 108 103 I -66 the -__. line Is ailileil lo ory.cbmplet- f..' add such mileage the distance io. TilanybcrrieSj, say i....... 351 .Vcslwarda lolal -.693 anil when Jhc Panama Canal, route is grain" froni points east ami south -of could be balanceil in. the'nialter of freight charges against grain''from points west anil north of-Lcthhriilge; [or transportation trade' usage permits (he nrr-atIan.'oMpnnflEe. credi Interior by'the'outbound lorlnage. may .be cliargeii against ihe. moat approp'rialc inbound tonnage. Thus grain'moving casl from local points, Fort" iam through would be balanced as to freight chargea on grain moving west through Leihbridge from local points. important to note that the posi-. lion of I.elhbriilge aa a railwdylcGntre for the .Is.unique In the Province of Alberla, fio other point possesses the same the provision ol Gtpragc In respect of a mpremenl.v'for grain which gtrc3 a fanner the opllon'to shlp'mosl advanlagcously cither east- wards lo the t west wards to the: Pacific--' It wlllhe con- thai U is dcslrahle thai our producers. snaiiM.np; enabled.- Ip. sc cure for best prices at point that fs equally, foi .markets Is heller! than storage where only one market is available. It ahQiiM also be retneaihered thai (on a movement westwards fro'm Leih- 35c. two Toiitca are available to the Pacific; one via the 'jUdnrayde line to tho main lint of the Canwdbn Pacific Iliitlwqy, and tt? other .vlr Ihe Crow's andTthc Koolenay Central (4 Golden. lhis lattcr roiilfc Is about In mileage, ft-Jiaa a'pfrat advantage In escaping the very heavy grade over the RocfcEcs nl .lUrfor. Pelilioin from various "locals of the I In! ltd farmers of nnfl from Individual farmers in' this 'dlatricl tarrylns over and Bulldogs'.Are. Comlnfll range oJ" all the newest T u line pt well Jl'-vL aiii the .sole representative in For every.figure the new of B, are a revelation to those who haven't 'seen -them .and -a distinct anything in Canada. Every'model In modern corstlry to iuil'lhe In- dlviduul needs of the multitude of wearers can be had tn the Bias'Filled "Corsst Line. The 'modern- corset it dislflncd lo control the tnc body and to give that tailored iouk whTcti 'Imparts' In- diviflualily to ihe wearer. Thfs, the Bias Filled Coreels Jccomplfsh great variety .el alyler and meaiurernpnti, among whith a model be found (o suit any figure.' In selecting any of these me id-, you have al your dlepoaaf the services of MRS. J. H. HOAR, A SPECIAL B, i C. CORSETIERE FROM TORONTO, who U present in attendance In our.CoiMet BEC-V valuable aid in the procuring of the coraei beat ivited to your particular figure and VCU. '''_.' lionj who win fit ycu. MISS 601 THIRD AVEfJUE SOUTH ;