Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JULY l.'i, THE DAILY PACK SEVEN VORY SOAP is white. Ivory Soap is pure, Ivory Soap con- tains no harsh materials of any kind. Ivory Soap lathers quickly, copiously, bubblingly. Ivory Soap contains no unsaponified oil to re- tard rinsing. Ivory Soap floats. Ivory Soap sells for 5 cents. Ivory Soap combines all the qualities you like. Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada INFANTILE PARALYSIS AT WINNIPEG Xo cessation in the agitation for tliu building of chartered C. P. U. line from Kipp to Kctlaw will be al- lowed by (1m local Board of Trade. At. today's meeting this mattc-r was discussed. .Manager Kennedy ot" Hie Merchants Bank staled that in a re- cent (rip through tho Iron Springs and other districts which would im served by tblB line iie found the fanners with tlioitffUHls of bushels of grain still on their hands because they had not had time to haul it 20 or 2ii miles to the railway. There is a very heavy crop out lliorii this year again, anil the line j is urgently needed. Ir was decided to nend a wire to General Manager Grant flail of the G. P. H, urging on tho company the needs of the fanners in the territory to 'be traversed by the line. W. A! Buchanan M.P. will also he asked to take the matter up with the authorities. The Western Canada Irrigation con- yention which meets at Kamloops shortly will be asked by the board to pass a resolution urging the depart- ment oC thu interior, to continue the surveys for the proposed irrigation Winnipeg, July 13. Two cases of infantile paralysis were reported to the city medi- il ollicer, A. J. Douglas, this morning from different parts of the city. Necessary I precautions have bean taken. Dr. Douglas states that cases of this disease; occur in the city every year but there has been any outbreak In the na- ture of an.epidemic and them is not now any occasion for alarm in his opinion. v v Calpary, July correspondent ol" tlie Calvary Horald at Sarcee aays tlmt a new 'order lias been issued abolishing iiiu olllces of socond. assistant adjutant signalling ofl'icur and transport nliicer. The new order reads: "It has Jj'M'ii dc'cidiid lo adopt the establishment oi' an inl'anlry battalion as laid down under establish- ment, but a paymaster and jmy clerk are to be added to the headquarters under and Hie- four com- panies wilt bo commaiiilud with _ a major sctond in The in- structions covering and adniinistration of. tin; C. K. F. have tiiereiort! nothing lo .do wllh the es- labllshnuMit of an infantry battalion, and no assistant adjutant or second major ot in it is any longer authorized. ".Majors third in command, assist- ant adjutants, transport officers and signalling olf.-cers who have already been appointed must be transferred or absorbed into other units with as little delay as possible. Thoso be- longing to units already warned for overseas service will be allowed to embark, hut in future only the aiith- j orixed establishment will be sent over, j seas. "Adding a paymaster under 'tit- j the total number of Is and if a chaplain is authorized in addition tiioro will be a total j strength of o- officers." Strength of Units j TIic- present strength of the units as far as olticcrs are concerned now in training at Sart-eu, uxcludin- tliej commanding ofliccrs, are as follows; .tli, one major, nine captains, A beautiful complexion to Insure The. regular use of Lifebuoy Soap insures a healthy, clean glow- ing skin; And because it is healthy, your com- plexion will be clear and velvet like. The mild carbolic odor van- ishes after usu. leaving: a sense of utter cleanliness. Winnipeg, July 13. Herbert R. Howard was arrestul in Brandon to- i day charged witli the- theft of iultcnaUntR-'I'Sii'i.'two'majors'.'10 cap- from the Ueston post office May 7, of last year. The post office liuild- lieuti'iiants; ing was burned the same night and lutains US' t-lie theft was not suspected for a i run rwo majors' 12 Itimn- Howard, who is a man 25 years inlet'one jold and who was married this year. i 11131 lieu--------, )j tain's, i-l lieutenants; JllSth, two niaj- i- ors, eifiht captains. L'-l i 151st, two majors, beard would come here after a meet ing at Fort at any time suit- able to the most interested parties here major, five captains, ir> lieutenants: 192nd, two ten captains IS lieutenants; 104th nine captains, 21 i lieutenants: -02nd. one major, six captains. lieutenants; lillth, two majors, four captains, 2! lieutenants; Ii33rd, one major, seven captains, i lieutenants. j As the order now stands the sec- ond niajorr, will of course have to take the captain's rank. It will be noticed that several of the battalions already exceed the authorized esab- h'shment of officers as based on the British imperial establishment. Winnipeg, July Free Press' Ottawa correspondent .says: "It is' learned by your correspond- ent from an authoritative source that the order of knighthood is to be bes- towed on the members of the govern- ments war purchasing commission. Non A. E. Kemp, of Toronto, fi. F. Gait, of Winnipeg, and Hornidas La- fiystem to be installed south east of tho city. R. .1. C. Stead of the C.P.It, depart- porte, of Montreal. In addition luent of natural resources wrote slat- handling the purchase of war supplies ing that fn'tlie fall films of the irriga-lfor were entrusted .with lion districts east of Letlibridge would the purchase of millions of dollars' he made for publicity purposes. worth of munitions in Canada for D. E. Harris was nominated to the committee of tho hoard which will prepare the memorandum urging the order of knighthood is in recogni- establishment of an internal storage- 1 tton of their loyal labors of the last elevator here, which is to be laid bo- j year or so. was at that time assistant, postmas- ter and since tho lire purchased a farm near Walpole. fore the bnavd of grain commissioners when they visit this city in the near future. S. S. Dunham stated that Chairman McGill had told him the Every indication is that the supply of hands for tho harvest in Southern j Alberta will he exceedingly short this year, ami the Board of Trade is be- ginning to move already to assure the war office They have served the of a supply. At the council crmvn without remuneration and today it was pointed out that the lumber camps in B, C. are short of men whereas a year ago they were idle. South of tho line also conditions are better and not so many will be available from that direction. In order to overcome one big ob- stacle against distributing a proper supply from Lethbridge. the board has taken up with the C. P. R. the matter of securing a one-cent rate on the Pinclier Creek. July Special to tile A joint installation o( oliicers for the ensuing term ot tho Pincher Creek I.O.O.K. No. 5 and Cou'ley lodge No. took place at Cowley on Tuesday, D.D.G. Master Morrison and D.D.U. .Marshall. D. T. McCrae ofiicialiag. Pincher Creek No. T. 0. Turner J.P.O.; A. B. JIcMlmlo, P.G; G. S. Deslandes, V.G.; F. C. McDowell, 11. S.; J. Monaghan, War.; H. Cossen- bu'ry. Con.; J. N. Hood. O.G.; H. Clem- ents 1G, P.G.; A. L-. Freebairr.. R.S. N.G., P.G.: J. H. Gillospie. L.S.N.G., "It is also understood, that tfte or- der of knighthood will be conferred a little later on J. W. Flavelle, chairman of the imperial munitions board." __ i'-ince Eric of Denmark who, with ipt. Cameron, was a visitor at the oose Jaw Stampede on Wednesday favorite yeast for over a century; Bread bak'ed with Royal t fresh and moist longer than that r other, that a full at one bakinff, And tho 4 as good as the first, MADE IN CANADA COMPANY LIMITED OKT. railway from Lethbridge to flurround- country points, but as Lethbridge dis- tributes many more men than Calgary it is urged tlmt Lethbridge be given that rate. Both President Marnoch and S. S. Dunham of the board of trade council are working on the harvest supply problem. POSTAL CLERKS WANT HOLIDAY Regina. Sask., July postal clerics association in convention de- P.G.- A. P. S. Tatiim. R.S.V.G.: 11. Marcellus, L.S.V.G.: VY. H. Geering, R.S.S.; 0. Schoening, L.S.S.; J Stev- enson, Chaplain Cowley, No. H. D. McMillan, J.P.G.: H. C. Morrison, P.O.; H. St. G. Burn, V. G.: P. A. Tustian, R. S.; R. Littleton, Warden; N. IE. con ductor; li. McLachlan. O.G.; P. ,S. Buries, I. G.: .las. Smytlie, R.S.N.G.; R H. Burn, jr., L.S.N.G.: D. Rhodes, R.S.V.U.; II. S. Lank L.S.V.G.; E. Tustian, R. S.S.; R. Alexander, L. S. S.; Jas. Bennett, chaplain. The officers of the Alexandra Reb- ekah lodge No. S, for the ensuing term were installed on Tuesday even- ing points. At present there is a one- Deputy President, Mrs. cent rate from Calgary to various James Foote, assisted by D.D..M. Mrs. F. Lindsay, and are as follows: P.N.G., Miss M. Buchanan; N. G., Miss MacKinnon; V. G.; Mrs. Dutbie: Rec-Sec., Mrs. L. Dore; Fin.See.. Mrs. H. Derritt; Treas.. Mrs. Askey. Warden Mrs. M. Tucker; Con., Mrs. E. C. Fowler; R.S.N.G., Aliss Trowel; L.3.N.G., Miss Marcellus; R.S.V.G., D.D.P., Mrs. James Foote; L..S.V.G., Mrs. S. A. Fraser; R. A. S., Mrs. Arn- old- UA.S-. Miss N. Henderson; Chaplain, Miss C. Dempster; I. G., cidcd today to ask the department for Mrs.' 0. G., Mrs. N. Mac- n Saturday half-holiday. Leod; organist, Mrs. C. E. Allison. CROWDS ATTENDING CASEMENT TRIAL. IN THE FAMILY Chihuahua. Max., I2- fighting is now proceeding between do facto government, troops under Gen- eral Ernesto Garcia and a large force of Villistas at Cerro Blanco some dis- tance below Parral. according to the dispatches received today by Gen- eral Jacinlo Trovino. EARNS REPUTATION For Baking Good Bread and Pastry. an unlimited scent! outsld lunleiicod to.death on .1 charge of high where Sir Roger Casement was tried, and iuu of the Uial. Those who were fortimaU enough to sample her bread ami pies and cakes were delighted and asked her for the recipes. "It isn't, recipes; it isn't my skill, explained the modest 51 rs- Smith (Who Is really a very good cook just the "it's the flour I Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour. "It's always the same high 'quality year in and year out. My turns out big, white, close-textured loaves of really exceptional flavor. It makes my cakes light and my pie crusts crisp and flaky. "I had been in the habit of using another flour, until one day 1 rail out arid my grocer sent me Ogilvie's i Royal Household Flour. If, gives better service than any flour I have ever used, and since then I haviV in- sisted that my.grocRr deliver it regu- larly." 'i delicious" bread, pies, cakes ana pndfttngs pgllvio'B ttoyal Household PHONE 1224 .Mr and Mrs. K. J. Croolts have ri- turuud from :t visit to Calgary. Mr. and -Mrs. Clias. MfMuIlin. cf Oakland, Cal.. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. I'1- I-ayton. The will have charge of thu Hudson's I3ay tea rooms tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. films. Hyssop Wt on Wednes- day afternoon to visit relatives in Swift Current, .lioose .law, R'epina, Killarney and Winnipeg. The -ynpagemtint is announced of Mrs. Jos. Chamberlain, widow of Ihe lato British statesman. and tHo Hev. William Jiartley Carnegin, rector of St. Margaret and canon of Westmins- ter. The officers of Dominion Itebekah Lodge No. 41 will be Installed at the regular meeting tonight in the I.O.- OF. hall. All members are requested to attend. Visiting members welcome. Refreshments will be served. Mr and Mr.s. Jake Kessler and daughter, and Mr. Van Whinnle arriv- ed in the city yesterday from Salt Lake City to spend a month with Mr. and Airs. A. Kesaler. The Christian tinaeavorers of the Christian Church are holding an ice- cream social Friday evening on the lawn beside the church on 3rd Ave. and 8th St. (in case of inclement weather it will be carried out in thfi Church club A special invi- tation is extended to the young people of the city. A garden party will be held at "Riverview" the residence of Dr. C. F. P. Conybeare, on Wednesday next. July 19th, during: ihe afternoon and evening. There will be a tennis tour- nament and croquet in the afternoon and dancing in the evening. Light re- freshments will be served both after- noon and evening. The proceeds will go to the I.O.IXE. Particulars will he announced fater. Flour cannot be Advert, WITTM AN The marriage took place yesterday afternoon, at the Knox Manse, Leth- nrldge, of Miss Nettie May Wlttman and Mr. Reginald Laird, both of Tuber. Rev. M r, Denoon performed the ceremony. The young couple are popular res- idents of Taber, air. Laird being with the law firm of Prowso and Lyons, and Miss Wlttman being former local manager of the government tele- phones at Taber. They will spend a short honeymoon at Banff before re- turning to Taber to reside. MARCHESSAULT UNDERDAHL At the 'Evangelical parsonage, Pa- kowki, on Thursday afternoon July (ith, the marriage took place of Miss Myrtle Marchessault of Many berries Mr. James Underdahl. Rev. .1. Gold- ing performed the ceremony. The couple will reside at Manyberries. LANE (Calgary Herald) A quiet but interesting wedding was celebrated last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lane, when their daughter Lily was united in marriage with Mr. David Carney Everitt of Chicago, son of Dr. Martha Everitt of Forest Hills, Long Island, New York, The ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. A. MacWilliams, was wit- nessed by only the Immediate rela- tives and friends. The bride was unattended and wore her travelling suit, a smart combina- tion of navy blue taffeta and broad- cloth with hat to match and corsage bouquet of orchids and sweet peas. After the ceremony a buffet supper was served and Mr. and ,11 rs. Everitt left for the east and will take up their residence 011 Sheridan Road, Cihcago. PRISONERS-OF-WAR FUND NOTICE The committee in cnarge of this work wish to remind those interested in our prisoners in Germany that par- cels will be packed on Friday, the 14th July. Articles required for this ship- ment are canned meat, condensed' milk, dates, curry powder, cigarets, tobacco, pipes. Donations should be sent to Mrs. G. W. Robinson, 423 8th Avenue South. About 40 Orangemen with their wives and families celebrated the glorious Twelfth yesterday at a picnic held at Stafford's farm on the bottom. A good sports program for the children was the feature of the afternoon, after which refreshments were served and a thoroughly enjoy- able time had by all. WEATHER LotlllirldEe, fair 85 Nelson SB Red Deer cloudy SO Calgurr, clear 84 Medicine Hut, fair 94 Moose ,Iaw, clear 8S Saskatoon, fair 80 Gattleford, fair S2 Coronation, elear 82 Brooks, clear 85 Winnipeg, clear Sfi The weather over the entire west has been mostly clear and -warm. Forecast: Manitoba, fair 'and wann- er today .and on Friday. Saskatche- wan and Alberta, a few local thun- derstorms but mostly fair and warm today anil 'on Hudson's Bay Co Without Rifles, Canadians Charged Against The Foe In the London Bystander, just to [land, is pictured the magnificent dash of a Canadian battalion in the Ypres salient, which merits a place in the annals of heroism. Here Is the story: It really seemed last week, while June wept, as if the heavens mourned with us as we mourned. On Monday there came that great despatch about the Canadians at these gallant, men, who were not "raised" to je soldiers, fought against hopaleps )dds with such unparalleled heroism .hat the Empire must be proud, for generations to come and when the war is forgotten, of men who fought as well as ever men fought. And here is an epic 1 write down for you la case you did not see it. Of one Canadian battalion few of the men who remained had any rifles left that were fit for use, even if the men had been fit to use them. But when they saw the enemy coming and close at hand they climbed from tho trenches to moot them. and. some blind and deaf and staggering, they charged magnificently but pitifully to their death with no weapons but bro? ken rifle butts, bits of entrenching tools, and In some cases their (Ists. "I do not know where In war you will look for a more tragic or more thrilling episode." People's Forum STAMPEDE COMMITTEE MAKES A STATEMENT To the Editor of the Hernia.' Dear to' the fact that there have been numerous criticisms regarding the recent Stampede and the division of the returns; particularly regard to the Red Cross, I would like to make the following statement regarding the affair: In the first place I was asked by the commissioners to undertake the Stampede and did so with great re- luctance. I worked for three weeks without a break, neglecting my own business to some .to make the Stampede a success. I had much diffi- culty in getting tho ranchers to give their horses for the exhibition. We had to take chances on. tlua. .weather, and even up to the Stampede days had to work in wet and mud to erect the corrals. The commissioners gave 5100 to- wards the Stampede to aid us in financing it, and because they- expect- ed to get this back many times in street car fares.1 After all expenses were paid there was 5324 left, which was divided among myself and .the two ranchers who gave the horses. Hys- sop Bros., who lent some of their most horses, got only One of their best horses was badly injured I on the leg during the Stampede. Now so far as the Red Cross is con- cerned, I would like to say that we had offers for the, privileges on the ground totalling We turned grounds for all privileges tor 565. I might say right here I think the Retl Cross did their best. We think that by refusing the ?155 offer and giving the Red Cross tho privileges for ?05 we did sufficiently- well by them. The officials of the Red Cross afterwards expressed them- selves to me as more than satisfied with the results ot" the Stampede. So far as my patriotism in concern- ed, I guess am as patriotic as some iu this town who have not sent any boys to the front as I have done. I think it is only fair to the Stamv nede committee that the public hear my side of the story. Yours truly, J. A. SMITH. 'PEG HOTEL MAN MADE HEAD OF BATTALION Winnipeg, July H. olson, proprietor of the Clarendon ho- tel, has been summoned to Ottawa, by Sir Sam Hughes, and asked to take the colonency of a new regiment which it is expected Mr. Nicholson can raise in Winnipeg and district. The offer was accepted. Mr. Nicholson will go to Hamilton, Ont, from Ottawa, where lie iwill wind up the esate of bis fatlH er who died last Thursday. Tlieii lie will return to 'Winnipeg to take up active military duties. 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