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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, RESOLVED THAT Th ISA00ONTO BOTHERS A A SNAP FOR .SANTA GLAUS BUSTER.BROWV For Hard Wear Buster Brown Stockings are made to stand the test of rough and tumble play in which every healthy spends half his time. Buster Brown stock- ings are the greatest wear resisters ever strongest, long fibre cotton, specially twisted and tested for durability, with three-ply heel and toe, well knitted, well finished and fast dyed in Black and Leather Shade Tan. No more darning if you buy Buster Brown Stockings. Girls. Bnivj Browa'a Savs'i's Stocking for ths firll ii a iplendtd lookiar atoeking- at a moderate A two-thread English marcariied llsla stocking, that is shaped to fit asd ireari very well tadeed. Calgrfr-Black. Leather Shade Taa, Pink, Blue and White. flip Itttttfttg Ota, af asitrg jBanufotturrrH in Hamilton MILLS At HAMILTON AND WELLAND, ONTARIO A Abo maker, of cefebmted "Little Darlinj" and "Little Daily Hoiierr 'for Infant! find Children 35 Fishermen Victims of Bad Squall on Lake Germany, June 24. r--Ten bodies of fishermen were re- covered this morning from Lake'Con- stance, and at least twenty-fire more are missing, believed to have been drowned in a sudden terrific storm "which occurred over this region yes- terday. The storm broke so quiokly tfcat the fishermen were unable to reach land, only a mile or so away. Jiany were rescued by lake motors and other craft after their light boats tad Baptized. WORTH WINNIPEG LIBERALS NOMINATE "Winnipeg, Man., June Lib- erals of North Winnipeg tonight nom- inated Newton Jjnwery, former grand master of the Orange Grand Lodge of Manitoba, to contest the seat in the Liberal intereeta. ECZEMA ONTO, Came Off in Scales. Itched Badly, Had to Tie Hands, Little Watery Pimples, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Completely Cured. 1307 DaTenpart Road, Toronto. f'My ectema first started irhen I Tras a baby, oamyfcce and scalp. 3t aecmcd dry and Tfhen I scratched It, It came ofl m realus. Jt Jtchecl very and I was obliged to have my bands tied up so is to provect scratching my faco. iJ'.tlfl frhite watery pimples came co my hands and fuco and I to homo from sqtwol for nearly two weeks. It caused my face and handa to look badly. The eczema took a. very bad fonn, on my face Jn lit-tlo wstcry ulcwa so bad that could hardly bear to bo touched. My hair bebig naturally very thick 1 found to setting thhiurr and iron- dvrad what oould caum It to fa3 out. "Mr mother tried and and no and of trying to get me bet- ter but It did no good. Atlwt a friend rw- vmmeaded Boap and Ointment and my mother uwd We applied tho Ontfcura Ointment to my face, Iwad and banill and wMbvd witb tbe Cuthnira Soap tho to dtappoar. bftd pMWd I wu completely (Start) Ml- CwaUace Jam, May 38, 1918. Oulkam Sow Mtf OUKiaMt so reuch pungtw. WaAfcefdf, ml, aVlna, ItoUnc. K4lr Halpf, dry, tUo and faUIng bAlf. haadi uid ahapelcaa nitUi, that It to alj.aon.aiio.dqaJ HOC to use them. A riotf end- cum Soap MMI Cattem Orttntit we eatd m libwal Ana Maple at wMi 32-p. book, wwi to Potter Drug VANCOUVER ISLAND MINERS-WILL STAY OUT Nanaimo, B.C., June striking.miners ot the Vancou- ver Island mines took a pleb- iscite yesterday on whether or not to return to work. They v voted to continue the strike. A London, June a letter to the Salvation Army congress the Archbishop of Canterbury writes "The Army's authorities will not. expect that we can, as the Church of England, express agreement with. their doctrinal or ecclesiastical posi- tion, but this wide difference in no way weakens our appreciation of the remarkable service they, beyond all douht, have rendered the community both in England and abroad. "Special solemnity attaches to this ecngress from the tragic cloud which has overshadowed the gathering. The Army will know how deep is our prayerful sympathy." The Congress concludes today with a demonstration at tbe Crystal Pal- ace lasting Erom ssvon o'clock this morning until ten o'clock tonight, which includes the march past, before General Bramwell Booth, of fifty thousand Salvationists. May Call Out State Troops at Butte, Mont. Butte, Mont., June man was shot and killed and one was Hat- ally wounded, another hurt and property valued at was destroyed by dynamite during the riot- ing which occurred last night at the Butte Miners' Union hall, by the'fac- tions of the union. Dozens of shots were fired and more than twenty uiasts oi dynamite Trere set off dur- ing the night. The city eai'iy today was miiet, but Governor Stewart at Helena 'was preparing to issue a. call for state troops to prevent further dis- order between the warring factions. CANADIAN MUNiCfPALITIES TO MEET IN AUGUST The fourteenth annual convention of the Union or Canadian ties will be held at Sherbrooke, Que., on August 4, 5 s.nd 6. Two of Alberta's oldest prospect- ors, H. Bruce ami W. M. Taylor, m Macleod, called at the Herald Office this morning, upon their return irom an extended prospecting trip in the mountains. "The old time assertion that there are no minerals on this' side of the said Mr. Bruce, "is a mistake. There is plenty of miri- j eral hearing .rock, ricii in lead, silver 1 and copper, for the men who .will go I alter It." j The natural resources