Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
EIGHT DA1.L.Y HElVAtD_ THUKSDAY, JUNE IS, 1914 ANNOUNCEMENT For the benefit of our customers Dr. G. Vfermilyea D.C.O., the TOROMTO FOOT SPECIALIST will be at our store Friday and Juiie 19th and 20th Dr Vermilyea is known the continent over as an Orthopedist of distinction nd you should not miss this opportunity to consult him. tf you have any foot trouble, if your feet ache or pain, if you tire easUy-consult him-there will be Hd CHARGE for services-nor will you be obliged to purchase your shoes here. >Giving Appliance or Remedy for Every Foot Ache or Pain LL' FOOT-EAZER A foot rest-eases the feet, gives absolute restjto the the muscles and and the body's weight and a buoyant and gracefull step Prevents flst-foot. SPHOLL'S TRI-SPRING ARCH SUPPORT, for severe cases of flat-foot and broken ?ownlhaLd for persons of heavy weight-gives springy pressure to the key-bone of the arch. SCHOLL'S BUNION-REDUCER for the bunion, or enlarged joints. Reduces and protects the bunion or enlarged joint. SCHOLL'S BUNION-RIGHT for bunion or overlapping great toe. SCHOLL'S TOE-RIGHT for overlapping or crooked toes especially for small and soft corns between the sure cure. SCHOLL'S FIXO CORN PLASTER guaranteed io remove Coras. SCHOLL'S FIXO FOOT POWDER antiseptic, healing and pleasant to the feet SCHOLL'S F.OOTDOK cures perspiring, sweaty feet. SCHOLL'S ABSORBO CORN PADS removes corns and -callouses by the process of absorption. A We do more than just sell you a pair of make pur feet happy. For thel good of feet come to THE Edbf f OGGERt A v, r I THIS COP Champaign 111 June Johinn Bernstorff ambassador fron) German) to the Lmtcd SUt-s. narrowly escaped death today when a special policeman tired point blank at'the Automobile in which the am basiadot was being driven to the coihrnewemnt e'erases of the Ini versiU of Illinois The shot went wild and was not repeated. CounV'Vcii Bernstorft was riding to the tdnpus irom the station. He was the guest Arthur Meeker, n[ Cll'cajo and was riding in the Meeker' automobile. TJr. David Kin- TIC pres cent 01 the niversity and Dr. Botitelle Grc-cn were also in the automobile. hTORPEDO-BGAT DESTROYER INf COLLISION: DAMAGED SliSeftiess, England, June destroyer Vulture collid- ed in incuth of the Thames today, and was badiy damaged. The bad'y torn; Moose Jaw, Sask., Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, A.F. A.M. opens in this city tonight at S o'clock; and it is' expected that at least 250 be, .present. Tile visitors will be entertained at the Moose Jaw Aquatic club, St. An- drew's church, and by the Automobile I club Tcr.iuhL, Mayor Pasce and Harry ft. Bamford, .president of the Board-of Trade, will welcome the ylsi- ,tors. The election of officers will place tbmornw afternoon. Tonisht ivEYST-ONE Starlnncl RUSSIANS BURNED TO DEATH Moscow, Russia, ..Juno. workmen were burned to death by 'he destruction of a wood mill by fire today, caused through a gas explo- sion. GOING BUTTER AND EGGS TO THE pOMINIOil MEAT MARKET No. 1 Farmers Strictly Fresh DAIRY t-3C EGGS J We have Consignments this week.from the best Butter Makers in the Card- ston District. Every Pound guaranteed No. 1 6th St. S. 'f PHONE 1654 Southampton, June Kaiser Willielm II. ot the North German 1 Lloyd line, reached the docks lure this morning. The divers immediately. he-Tin-to-examine her hull .in order lo ascertain the amount, of damage she sustained below the water line in collision yesterday with the Brit- ish Steamer Incemorr It was known I on her arrival that the liner had a hole in her starboard side. The dam- age to her upper decks apparently was only trifling- Arrangements were at once made I to transfer the passengers to the 1m- ippralor which is. to leave South- ampton Tor York today. The captain of the Inccmore declined to make any statement regarding Ihc i collision... The first class dining salron of Ihc Kaiser Wilhelni II. was badly drench- ed with .water and .the passengers- were compelled to take their hreak- fasts today in, a .saloon onrthe upper ideck.' STORY OF COLLISION A. G. Eamcs, of Chico, California, a passenger on the Kaiser .Willielm II., said "I was in my. cabin when 1 heard a-sound like the report of a cannon. .My steward entered immediately af- terward and caught hold of me. and pushing me out said they were eloV iiig the watertight compartments and that if I (lid not hurry, 1 should he shut in. "Whin I reached the deck I found the and second class passengers behaving very coolly, 'hut there was 1 grejt. excitement among the steerage passengers. The women were shriek- ing and crying and the men running about aimlessly, waving their hands, i j "One woman, who I believe was an Italian, threw her arms around my neck and I had to. force her off. I cannot understand how. the collision occurred because our fog signal was soundjng all the time. We had come almost to, a standstill and had Just started, moving again when we were struck.11 n. M.'Vonschilling, of Hampton, Virginia, who was on the deck when I the vessels struck, said I "I was in the smoking saloon when 1 heard two blasts of a. whistle .on, starboard side ot the Kaiser Wilholm Steamers ill T inimcaialejv ucnt on deck 301) 1 saw th( dim j outline oLa btcamer coming out, of I 'I could ice inbtanlh that the to hit us as she was heading for the bpot where I I standing Slie struck us land 1 distinctly saw the hows ot the I Inceniorc coming up while the men on] i her deck were thrown Hat by the I force of the impact. "The discipline on> board the Kais- tf Willielm II. was .perfect. The lite- boats had cleared and were readi- for lowering within ten mill-, 'ules.' The.Kaiser.-Willielm II. stopped 'for half an hour after the, collision, j while the Incemorc slipped hack into j the fog .and, we did not see her again." i The majority of the first class pr.ss- were transferred to the 1m- pcrator. The Impcra'-or also is lo piclj'up passpr.gc'rs. waiting for the. Kaiser Wiihsim Cherbourg. ARE ALL LARGUi NEW, FAST SERVICE ABSOLUTELY HIGH GRADE THE VERY LOWEST OBTAINABLE. Saillngt from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday. Tickets for your fi-Unds in Europe can be purchased from any Railway' or Steamship Agent. The Ideal Way to .the Continent H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main Street .Winnipeg. J. C. Field, manager of the Bank of Toronto at Newmarket, Sas been transferred ".o St. Catharluel. WHITE bOMINlOHj Villa and Huerta Sworn Enemies Says Maj. Schoof j .That the. Mexican 'revolution is j practically a casn' of' North -against; the. as was the case in the. United States Civil war, was the] stitcment madc.to'tiic Herald this morning Major Oustr.v II. Sciioof, wlio hns.. just returned from Mexico, where, 'lib was attached as an -Honorary member of Villas slalt tlirouBliouV winter 'Cam- -Major-School says also that there is no use trying'. to. niriliate the trouble in Mciicp. until dither villa or llucrta is eliminated: Villa is a iworn enemy ,of the Jdexican dicta- Vhe major Icctureiillliis '.altfrnbon to the pupils ol llie .city schools In the Central school auditorium and may a.'uuhlic leptuic In Hie city later. 0 SUMMER SCHEDULE From Montreal From Liverpool, LAURENTIC, Sat. June 20...... TEUTONIC Sat. June 27.......Sat. June- 1! MEGANTIC Sat. July 7........Sat. June 20 CANADA Sat. July H.......Sat June 27 weekly thereafter. Duok early and secure choice of .accommodations. Secure prepaid tickets for your friends coming from Kur- cpp We have exceptional fa- dlitlcB for taklnf care of this class of business. 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