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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, Juris 2, 1914 THE LETfJBRtDOK DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Rylands Co, The Sell-For-Lem Store Bulletin No. 1 Dealing Especially with Ladies' Hosiery Underwear, Nemo and Warner Corsets Are You a Radium "Hosiery Convert yet? If not, why not? Every day or so we hear remarks ilka these at our hosiery "Haven't jrtartried the llartium Hosiery yet? i think they are dandy, and tjiey wear so.well." WJ3 know they are the best Hosiery that money can buy. They not only lit well, look well, but we -GUARANTEE that they wllr outwear any two pairs of Lisle or Silk Hosiery you ever had. Why not choose tomorrow. Buy. them ill 3- lialr lots; you save money. Game Silk, 3 pairs Colored Lisle Hoie, ijieclal. .50t Silk Boot Hoae, 3 Outsize Lisle Hate, special..Me I Silk Boot Lisle, 3 Fine Silk Lille, 3'pairs... Mercerized Cotton, special. ,25c Cotton with natural foot....25c If you Have Trouble Getting Your Particular Kind of Underwear you buy your Underwear at KY1ANDS you have over 40 differ- ent .-kinds of Vests, 20 different kinds of Combinations, besides a big range of Gauze Drawers to choose from. We are.specialists in the Underwear business. Bring your wants; no matter what they are we promise to give you entire satisfaction. Here is a partial list of makes from Watson's, Peerless Harvey, Penman's, TJtlca, Zimmerman, and other good makers-: SllkCombi. to Silk Vests Silk Lltlt Combi.. Fine Lisle Mercerfced Combs 35 to 75c .ji.ro 16 35c to f 1 DO Cotton Vests ,15c to 3Bc Drawers 26o to DO ITvl NEARLY EVERY LINE LISTED HERE. Choose From the Largest Stock of Corsets in Southern Alberta We not -boasting when" we say the 'LAflOEST' and we migiit add the BEST stock of Corsets also. It there are better Corsets than Nemo, B. A. P. G. and Warner's Rust Proof WE WOULD HAVE- THiBJI. Just a glance at our stock of nearly GOO pairs will convince you that you will have little difliculty in finding what you want at Kylands. WARNER'S in the largest Cor- set in. the world. These Corsets are for store.-, .Their RUST PJIOOP "guarantee and light weight makes them a splendid summer corset Eegiilar inoclols. up to Double Skirt .Models to Lace front NEMO a class by themselves, the kind that wear a year. Especially strong, every size up to up to P. C. Corsets D. A. Corsets 65cto95c to Cunningham Craig Wants ''Cunningham Craig, the ivcll known British oil expert and geo- logist, who prospected tho Cal- gary Held and located several of the most promising wells, has written to .the Lethhridgc Ad Club in answer to their request as to the availability of his ser- vices in tha Lethbridge field. He states that, he will he unable, on account of engagements booked ahead for some time, to visit this fijild as soon as the Ad Ciub.mcm- be'rs would like to .have him, but that he is open an engage- ment. Ulr. Siilii, president oi the Ad Club, is calling a meeting of the executive for tomorrow night at the Hoard of- Trade rooms when the matter will be more luliy gone into, and .a draft of the ne- gotiations to date prepared for presentation to the Council' of the Hoard ct Trade at their luncheon on Thursday. Mr. Craig informed the Ad not guarantee what the engagement would cost them, but the lowest he could quote, on the area men- tioned in their communication, would te and expenses. MILADI Phones Res.1125 Office 1224 LONGING Once a mother witlra baby Pressed against her bosom white, Sighed for fame and sighed for laurels, WiriUed ahe had the ptfvver to write. But the lone Inky papers round her Wept, and kissed a printed picture Of a mother with a child. Mrs. 0. Alexander has returned from a visit with Calijary friends. Mrs. C. ,7. Bckstorra is a visitor ill Calgary for a few days. Mrs. William deary returned yes- terday afternoon from a visit in Cal- gary. Mr. J; A, Mackay, district commer- cial agent of the Alberta government telephones, who leaves tomorrow for Edmonton, where he has been trans- ferred, was tendered a banquet by the local telephone staff at the Hudson's Bay tea rooms at 8.30 last evening. Toasts and speeches 'were in order, Mr. Mackay was presented with a handsome watch fob, the charm en- graved with the words, "Presented to Mr. Mackay- from the district staff oi the' Aibefta government telephones, 1914." Mr. Mackay graciously ac- knowledged the gift, after which solos Martin anil Mr, Mac- Gougan were much enjoyed, Later the party, which numbered twenty-five in' all, repaired to tire lome of Mrs. Donald, Fifth avenue A, The 'Maple :teaf Mission Band of Knbx church1 held a very delightful musical tea on Saturday afternoon, and, while the returns tr'e not all in yet; a'neat sum will be realized. The finp Instrumental duct, Misses. Donna Murray and Myrl O'Hagan piano solo, Miss Margaret McKillop reading, Miss Luella Cas- cadeh, vocal solo, Miss Dorothy Aftermath of the Empress of Ireland Disaster Montreal, Que., June thefts hare been reported to Uie police, and one of them comes as a strange sequel to the-story of th attempt to identify the body of a young woman as that of Miss -33. Parkinson of Toronto. The friends who believe that they nave found the remains of this girl vuuuu, i uiy a i uuLUiity rr. Richardson piano number, Miss and zbla reading, Miss Luella Cascaden vocal solo, Miss .E. F. Lay ton piano solo, .Miss Marjory and piano duet, Mrs. A. Of. Cameron and W. J. Nelson. SOUCH-KRNNEDY A quiet 'and very pretty wedding took place this evi-niug at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Souch, Second St., when Miss Huby Kennedy, daughter of Mr. John Kennedy and sister of Mrs. B. F. Souch was un- ited in marriage to Mr. Gordon P. Souch, Phm. B., brother oi Mr. B. F. Souch. At 5 o'clock to the joyous strains of'-the. wedding march played )y Miss Dorothy Souch of Alberta JoIlegCj Edmonton, sister of the bridegroom, the young people enter- ed the drawing-room. They were at- -ended by Ivjiss, Edythe Souch, who was. the charming little flower girl, and Master Bertram Souch, who was responsible for -.the ring. The cere- mony was performed by Rev.. J. A. law in the presence of family rela- tives. The attired in white iilk poplin .with. caught with a delightful evening was in games and dancing. spenl The annual diocesan convention of the 'Woman's 'Auxiliary of the AngH can Church is convening ih Calgary week. Mrs. Kellogg, Mrs. W. V. McMillan and Mrs. W. D. Scott went up yesterday as delegates. from St. Cyprian's W.- A., while Miss A. Clem- ents will represent the Junior W.A. St. Mary's W. A. is represented by Mrs. Arnold, who went up yesterday as delegate. Si, Augustin's W.A. will sented by Mrs., R. B. Sherlock, Mrs. H. Beritley and .Mrs. J. Murrell? Wright, 'who went to Calgary this morning. Mrs. Pinkham, Cal- gary vtill be at lionje. to all mem bers of the Women 8 Auxiliary ID. t1 e city who are invited to meet the of ficers and delegates of the Diocesan Women s Auxiliary on Wednesday af ternoon June at four o'clock who foi aome time past- has been .a .valued. employee''of the Hudson s Bav Co left last night for her home in" England; She will isit Detroit Chicago nnd ISew eu route sailing from tie latter place on the Oceanic on June 13. 'Last evening, jiist prior to her .de- parture, the Hudson's Bay staff: met n the fine new club house of the company's Athletic association at Henderson Lake, and enjoyed a socla evening in honor of Miss Priestley On behalf of the' staff, Mr; pre- sented the departing guest with a dressing case, arid ail join- ed in wishing lier >bon voyage. The marriage of Miss Clara Slay FuIIertOn to Mr. B. A. Spence was spl- imnlzed in Macleod on Sunday by the Rev. Mr. Smith. Mr. and Mrs: Spence vill reside In Letbbridge. St. Patrick's church yesterday was he. scene of a pretty wedding, when Miss Kathcrlne Kennedy was united n marriage to Mr. J. Ryan of Maclaod. Hies d the, valley and carried a bouquet of hridal roses. At 6 o'clock a dainty luncheon was served. The travelling gown was Hague blue. The tour will include Vancouver, toria, Portland, Seattle and Vic- other western cities, after which Mr. and Mrs. Soucii will take up residence at 5th St. A, S. E., city. Medicine Hat News, ALLirt-JONES MRS. NORMAN ALLIN Don't Put Off rfeekintr reliefifrbm tho illnesses causeoDjr defective action of the or- gans of digestion. Most serious sick- nesses get their start 'in troubles of the stomach, liver, quickly, safely, Barfly relieved by' BEECHAM'S PILLS la bom. US calk, THE NURSING MISSION iPrpyldes visiting nurses for ma- and surgical caiii' (except contuglouo dlteasei) and Majjgea according to the clr- cumstsnces of' tho patient. Peor patlehtr cared for free of 'chaise. Graduate prlvau duty also, provided. .For, further partloiil- nrn-applr to the Nursing Minion U14- 7th 'Avdnue South, (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supcrvl.or Qrad CITY MULCTED FOR M STHEET CAR': RAN INTO LEWIS' 'AUTO DECIDES 'JO .Tho city's was coutlnue when p. coun- cil with 'a claim for dbiie to his luitdmoblle lart- The claim was granted, too. Vv' It appears that Lewis, ing to stop a runaway liorsi on Third avenue pulled diit across tho tracli to head the animal oft. His engine went dead Just as the machine reached tho track, and the; motorman --.In the car ipproachlng did .not apparently use sufficient wisdom to avoid with tho result that the car was badly damaged. Miss 'Stella Kennedy, of the bride, acted aa bridesmaid, and Mr; Kirion of Macleod assisted the groom. The bride was becomingly attired in cream serge with trimmings of cream brocaded satin, and.hat of .white tulle. The .bridesmaid was gowned in flo'w- ered rnuli., The groom's gHt to the bride was a gold locket studded with diamonds: to tho bridesmaid a pearl brooch; and to-the best man gold cuff links. The bride has resided hi the city for the past five years and was an active member of the Sodality of the Children of Mary and of St Pat- rick's Choral society. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan will spend their loneymoou in Ca'igary and Banff., They will reside in Macleort. I 'nee Esther M. who enjoys the distinction of having held the po- sition of city clerk'of Lethbrldge for four months. Mrs. Allin Is the only lady In Canada who ever held such a position St. Augustin's 'church was the scene-of a preity wedding at high noon today, when Esther Mary, daughter of Mrs. Isabella Jones, was joined in marriage to Mr. Norman W. Allin, eldest son of Mrs. Mary Allio, of Bowmanville, Ont. The bride, who was unattended, looked decidedly welt in her going away gown, a modish Alice blue suit with hat to and carried an exquisite shower of.Bride's rises. Immediately after the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev, Canon Murrell-Wright in the presence of Only -immediate relatives and friends, fi recherche luncheon was, served at the home of the mother, 1208 Sixth Ave., S. Miss Allin, of Lacomhe, was the only out- of-town guest at the wedding. Conspicuous among the lovely ar- ray of gifts was a cabinet of pearl landled fish knives ami forks from Jie city offices staff. Mr. and Mrs. Allin' left for Banff, where they will spend their honey- noon. Both bride and groom arc veil known and a host of friends ;end good wishes. The bride was ormerly city clerk and the groom is i'member of the well known firm of Cenny and Allin. the initials in a ring which was found on the victim. The letters were par- tially obliterated. All Sunday they awaited, an answer. Yesterday they received it. In tho afternoon they visited the morgue, and eagerly lifted the hand oa which the ring had yeen. It was gone. They made inquiries, but were told that the ornament had been removed by- one of the officials. Then they reported to the police. They have again wired to'Toronto to learn if 'had two teeth gold filled. -Tills would seem to be the last chance of identifi- cation. Tlie second-theft" was report- ed by one of tho C. P. R. constables on duty, who states that during the day a ten dollar bill wa.s taken' from the hip pocket of Jiis trousers. The crowd which visited the morgue on Monday was much small- er than that -which jammed the aisles on the day before. There was not the number of morbid watchers outside the shed, although, from early morning there were never, less than fifty standing about. Those who came were for the most part searchers am- ong the dead. And in the morgue there were practically- none of the pathetic scenes which on Sunday were evident. All was quiet, and the hushed people moved about, a little more haggard, a little more beart- strlcken than on the day Many who bad spent hours on Sun- day, miking their way about the aisles, time after time returned terday morning, and''with hope suc- cumbing, peered again into the still faces. B Meanwhile the search for the bodies down the .river continues. The provr ncial police have sent a man far down tbe south shore to swear In sper cial constables to watch the spark- ling waters and the shores for vic- tims which the river may at any time give np.: The C. P. R. lias sent some five men, It.is understood, to aid constables. Many of the survivors are leaving There was a here today that a ship had left Rimouski with another cargo of bodies recovered from the wreck of the Empress. Asked for a confirmation of this, however, er Jolicoeur said that he had heard nothing, about it. The signal uervice station also said they had heard noth- ing. The body in the coffin numbered 1S2 was identified as being a man. When' the coroner made liis round yesterday afternoon to (remove all valuables from the body, and prepare it for embalming, the discbvefry wag made that.It'was that of'a w.onian. In one case, sixteen identifications were made on one body; Tlie process, of embalming all the bodies, whether identified or not, be- gan yesterday afternoon, and the un- dertakers worked all niyht to com- plete thnlr task. This should assist the work of iden- tification, for, the features com- posed in a more' natural expression, clad in the ahroudei. and- with rouged to .the living recited. 'Every 'unidentified body was photographed. Those Uiat remain unclaimed "will be held as long as possible. Then.-when-.they are bur- Jed the pliotograplv.vrilLbe kept, with a description, articles .that may have been, found, in an'effort to eventually establish who. they are. The coroner during" the'afternoon examined .every body that remained, made a careful search clothing on each and removed all. valuables and anything that nUgbt'lead .to iden- tiflcatiMi. These wcrb placed each labelled with of the coffin. Those seeking lost' "ones i be allowed to examine the content: of these. The religion oE tht victims was discovered during tho search by religious tokens or: Other evidence. This was the first {ime'tKafc anything like a close examination ot corpses were made. Perhaps the strongest discovery was in' the coffin containing one who evidently is Al- bert Anderson. On his body being examined, his clothes 'were found: to contain the sum.of :'in .Hank- drafts. The body lias laid tliere .since Thursday morning. He was travelling tiome third class .for a holiday.. Claimants have askecTfor the body, but an_ investigation will be be- fore a certificate is Lgiven granting its removal. In 'another "case, five friends have identified the body of'a child as one they know. The coroner has. ON THE ST. LAWRENCE GOVERNMENT MAY HAVE TO AS AID AGAINST YORK TION HELP HEY the city. Dr. Grant, the ship's doctor, I decided that a relative must he took the train for Montreal last even-1 brought and identification made com- pletc before any corpse is removed. A gravity winds' itself as it moves by Us own .weight; down standards is a novelty, all tlio atten- tion which it requires being to lift it to ,tho top ovcrfl. eight Clubs and Societies. The Women's Mission Circle and Ladies' Afd of the Vint Baptist church, will meet in the church at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon, a large attendance is desired. 1 St. .Aridre'iv'3' Ladies' Aid wili'mcet at 2.30 on In the hall at the rear of thp church. A full attendance ih', recjueJitetV 'as im- portant business' ie.to'bC'trinfidctM. The Ladies' 'jChrl church will meet with' man, 967 SlglUh' atrb'etj'i.omoVrovv, at three o'clock. Business and n. social 1 our will be 'combined. Come and a The distance from Father Point to the wreck is seven miles. It took place three'and'one-half! miles from shore. Ottawa, Ont., June House of Commons lost no time this murnlug in facilitating the passage of an amend inent to the Shipping Act, which will give power to appoint a separate com' to inquire into the Empress of Ireland disaster. With the unanimous consent of the House, the bill was given both a first and second reading this morning, and 'will get a third reading tomorrow, when it will be sent to tho Senate. Plan. J. D. Hezen, who introduced the amendment, explained that ,under the present act the Minister had pow- er to form a board composed of some government official or judge. Only one commissioner could be ap- pointed, and the government could not go outside of these classes for a mem- ber of the board. It was felt that in the case of the Empress of Ireland, it was one where there should be the most searching enquiry. He proposed an additional clause to the bill wnere in case of extreme gravity the minis- ter may appoint "two or more fit per- sons" to conduct an investigation. In the present case it was proposed to appoint'two judges, and a member nurned by the British government. As Great Britain was deeply interested, and the of Ireland was of British register, it was felt it was on- ly proper to have the assistance and co-operation of British authorities. There was no doubt, however, of their own authority to conduct tho in- riuiry, as the accident had taken place in British waters. Sir Wilfrid Laurier said he agreed entirely :wlth the .bill and commended the minister Ills action. There should 'be the most ample inquiry into the disaster. .He nteo thought the sug- gestion of having a British represent- ative cu tlic board an ereelleni ori'u, both because" of tlie'f'act that the boat was oC British register and because of the experience of the British Ad- miralty experts. The Opposition was willing to fnullUato the passage of the bill, ho said. F. D. Carvoll called: the attention of the government to Urn story print- ed in r.n extra of the Ottawa Journal this morning, in which J. W. Black, one- of the Ottawa survivors, wade -he charge that tho wireless graph operator on tho government Ltdy Bveljn, rolufcd to md messages unless they were paid for also that the Canadian Pacific Rail way ticket agent at. Rimouski declin ed to Issue tickets to survivors until tho money was forthcoming, although the applicants were without clothes or money. Sir. Carvel! explained that ho was not blaming the government, but II the statements were true they were so revolting as to make inquiry ne- ceesafy. If the regulations were re- sponsible for such action-oil the part of officials they should be amended. Premier Borden Bald this was'the first he had heard of the matter. Tlie charges certainly called an Invest igatidn, and one should be held. Hon. L. P. Pelletier said that he was very much surprised at the statements made in the article, 'and hoped that they were not true. The matter would be referred at once cap- tain of tlie Lady< who would be asked for a report on. the same. Replying to farther questions by Hori. Frank Oliver, Hon. Dr. Roche, minister of the Interior, stated that 90 of the 361 Hindus seeking admis- sion to Canada Victoria, had heen rejected by the medical authorities as being physically unfit." Thirteen'had been admitted to land of former residence in Canada. He had also been Informed that a mass meet- Ing of Hindu sympathizers had been held at Vancouver, aiid another nie'et- j ing would be held in Victoria tonight. 'On the other hand, the Board of Trade and city council of Victoria had passed resolutions approving the ac- London, June from ada Inform that the Empress of land disaster Is the subject of ed comment throughout the Canadian press, which insists that such, a astropho is perfectly avoidable. This attitude has not been adopted by English newspapers, tho comment continuing to follow the lines iudicat- ed by tho Canadian Associated cables of Saturday; namely, that even with the most modern appliances and the moat complete precautions, man la not yet master of the sea, K is obvious, though, that the dis- aster will have extremely depress- ng effect on Canadian underwriting. Substantial concessions were recently :ontemplated in regard to premiums and conditions, but. this latest Joes will result in a general stiffening of rates regarding the St. Lawreflce river risks. The opinion in well informed quarters Is that the Dominion gov- ernment win now contribute towards he cost of insurance to offset" the ower charges on. the New York and other competing routes. It is estimated that the life and property claim on the Canadian fie Railway Co. over the disaster vili totai Severa'i prominent travellers point; out that both the Titanic and Em- press of Ireiaud wrecks occurred in a perfectly calm sea, and they adidcate that a liner's upper deck ought, to carry large seats instantly convertible Into rafte. The Virginian act as a; substi- tute for the Empress of Ireland, it ;is understood, with a sailing arranged, for June 12. Several newspapers express special appreciation of the courtesy and readi- ness shown by the Canadian. Pacific Railway's London staff in the present emergency. Pitiful scenes are still'witnessed at the Liverpool offices. The number of are hardly perceptibly less, for although the fate of tile majoritr the and crew is definite, the relatives still flock to the offices in the expectation ol nefws concerning the recovery and identification of the Several women refuse to lave the office until they have news of some "their relatives. One of thorn has been in the building ainco Friday. DELAMOOTS VERY ILLV Toronto, June Dsla- mont, of Mcosc Jaw, who was saved from the Empress wreck and who ar- rived here la-st night, is in a very critical condition. Bandsman Deia- mont and his wife and Arthur Dttla- moot are also very weak Iroitt the shock and exposure, and they, too, are in a serious condition. Tabloid news from the Empress of Ireland disaster stories received over the wires today .The Lord Mayor's fund for the re- lief of the families of victims has reached JliOO pounds. The. Kihg has donated and Queen Mary The Liverpool fund has reached Latest figures of the number saved are First class, 17 second class, 19 third class, 197, and crew 210. Additional survivors: Bet. way, second cabin, Toronto. Following Salvationists on first list did not sail: Ina -Maisey, F, Pea- cock, Oapt. Gilbert Best, Mrs. F. ionseli and child. Further bodies identified Mrs. Du'a- evy, first cabin Adjutant Beok- stadt, sectfid cabin; Mrs. stewardess. tion of the- government. SPUD CHOCdATE mPLEBUDS Great for great for everybody. Peter Hask, the first of the rescued :o reach Winnipeg, reached that pinco this morning. He liv.es at Broad- Mcw and is of Swedish birth iC. Coroner Jolicoeur, fcoroner, who ia lirecting the.werk of identifying the cad, said claimed would be held a month before burial. Commander Tweedie, of His Majes- ty's ship Essex, aiding in the search for bodies, said this morning it would be impossible to raise the Em- press oi Ireland. It will be probably blown out of the channel with dyna- mite. Up til! the last report from Cap- tain Poullet of the Lady Evelyn, 137 bodies had been picked up. Toronto's dead in the disaster num- ber 191. The body ol Laurence Irving, the English actor, was picked up last night on the west bank near Rita; otiski. Ills .face was bruised beyonii recognition. A signet ring the initials I." led to In one hand'he clutched a piece of fine cambric, probably torn from nightdress of his wife, whom be was making desperate attempts to wbia .tie wfnt ;