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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1910 THE LETttBRtbGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CLARKE CO. Tiie Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Blk. Gloves and Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear Necessary accessories for.Mi- lady's Avimh'obo shown -hero in most satisfying selections, and at prices as and m many cases .lowof than those- of previous season. ]STo( an item mentioned hei'e but is worth, according to present values, from a quarter to a third more than prices attached. Finest Hosiery Stocks LADIES' COTTON HOSE, black, white, tan und polka dots................... LADIES' SILK LISLE HOSIERY, black and white, fine value, special LADIES' SILK BOOT HOSE, su- perior qualities, big range oC colors................ U D C HEAVY SILK HOSE, black, white-, and many colors, extr special MAID HOSE, splendid range of colors, beautf- A A.. ful quality GIRLS' SILK LISLE HOSE, sizes f> to 10 In. black, white, pink, a few sizes out, and many colors, extra A A 1.UU- SILK LISLE SOX, white with colored 1 -tops BOYS''HEAVY RIBBED HOSE, double leg, extra, sizes 6 to 10 In., very strong NEW CORSETS Exclusive agents for Gossard Corsets now made In Canada, and one-third less than, last season's price. Gossard Slender Modal. Gossard, Medhini JVIcdfili Gossar Stout Model EXTRA LARGE -WO- MEN'S CO strong and, durable, perfect fitting models sizes up to 36. Marmbla figure Belt atout Crest stout figure Nil-Mode' stout A Super bone, stout figure id Range of Gloves LADIES' SILK LISLE AND SILK- GLOVES, black, white, tan and grey, good range of sizes, r wrist length HEAVY SILK GLOVES, wrist length; 20 inch double A A tipped, black and while LONG SILK GLOVES, black and white and some colors, op double tipped GIRLS' LONG SILK in white and tans, double n tipped DOC Extra Values in Underwear LADIES UNION SUITS, fine rib- bed, close fitting knee, special JUC POROUS KNft UNION SUITS, large and small "yg frizes BALBRIGGAN UNION SUITS, ex- tra good quality, special QA value BOYS' JERSEYS, white with sky and navy with white, o p special 600 MILLIONS FOR WEST CROP _----- Winnipeg, June ing to ;a-report iss'ueu by the Canadian Pacific railway, the .ariners of the west will -have received, when it is completely -fr marketed, for their crop of last year. This money is for grain products only, and does not include live stock or fruit.' ,1 BUCK MUST COME BACK Wichita, Kas., June States Commissioner Paul J. Wall, at 7 o'clock tonight, decided finally in favor of Canada in the Buck extradi- tion case after a battle over techni- calities between attorneys for the crown and defence, which.lasted two hours over, the' usual adjournment time. He committed Buck to Jail to abide by an order of the United States secretary of state and dispatched the following certificate to the state de- partment: "It appeared to ray satis- faction that there was sufficient evi- dence to sustain the charge." GUARANTEED 10 CONTAIN _NO IMPURITIES. A little of Sunlight goes a long way; every particle is pure; there is nothing to harm the clothes or impede the rapid progress of .the wash. Every cake of. Sun- light Soap carries a guarantee of purity. ui Sunlight Soap m O Scents ONTARIO BYE-ELECTION Toronto, June resiKnation of James Tprrance, Hl.P.P. for North -Perth', has been received and a writ has been nominations for a bye-election on July 3 and election on July 10. It is understood Torrance "is to become collector ot customs in Stratford. MAKES AN APPEAL Philadelphia, June Manag- er's. C. Long, of the .Pennsylvania railroad, today appealed to tlie employes of that system's lines east of, Pittsburg.Usking for the continua- tion of and calling for volunteers to maintain- the .'service in the event of a AT LAKE TO-NIGHT If-the weatherman-is oh-his good behayior this evening and keeps more rain from falling, Lethbridge people will have an opportunity of witness- ing the first municipal picture show in the province, at Henderson Park. The pictures will start between 8.30 and 9 o'clock. Seating capacity for 400 people has been provided. To accommodate the crowds, start- ing tonight, there will be a car service to the .park. Cars will travel to the park alternately by 3rd Avenue and 6th Avenue, leaving .out tlie station loop. Passengers "from North Lethbridge may transfer at the red line at the corner of 3r.d Avenue and 13th Street Soijlh. every'IS'-njfn- utes.. As the cars ..pass., the pii.vJIIpni going out the njotprnian" .wjll r'ipg" either three or' six' -bells, wliich.wni mean that his car returns to town via 3rd Avenue or 6th Avenue respectively! The merry-go-round is now oh its way and should arrive here by June 28th, ready for operation on July 1. FAY, GERMAN AGENT, DOESN'T LIKE JAIL New York, June Fay: the German agent, who was sentenced to serve eight years in Atlanta, for complicity in a bomb plot to destroy ships carrying muni tiers to the feels vindictive over the treatment he has received from the federal authori- ties. Rather than submit to imprison- ment in the United States, he has sent letter to President Wilson asking that he be deported to Germany, where he could "rehabilitate" himself and give himself to his country. Baking Powder fliat made "Home Baking" famous. Every tfoman tfants baking success. Use EOG-Oi the kind that is full of "Baking Daj> Luck." in Canada for the Canadian Maid" THI UNITED HAMILTON, CANADA The Lassitude of Spring is another name for a lazy liver that is weary of the work of eliminating all the accumu- lated poisons of a heavy Winter diet. Health and strength in the Spring come from a return to simple, nutritious, easily digested foods. The food that puts you on your feet and brings bounding buoyancy to the jaded muscles and worn-out nerves is Shredded Wheat whole wheat food that builds new tissue and keeps the bowels healthy and active. Eat it with berries, or other fresh fruits for a few days and see how much better you feel. Made in Canada, London, June ol! wounded are arriving from tlie scene of the. fighting during which many were killed in last Tuesday's engage- ment, jubilant and triumphant, and it is impossible to over-picture their air conquerors. Wounds, often ghastly wounds, seem forgotten in the overwhelming satisfaction that our score with Fritz has been evened up. It was a first division show, don't forget one young officer, him- self severely wounded while foremost in the fighting, declared. 'Don't forget the old division, first here; first in France, did it first, and has never 'lost a trench since it has been in France. 'Our men acted splendidly, carrying on the fight after their officers had fal- len. .It was absolutely great; the whole thing went off like clocliworlr. "It had been raining a deluge for three or four days and the mud was awful, but it was three days of careful preparation. Fritz evidently thought we were down-hearted, down and out, but we were just making ready. "On Monday we maintained a heavy bombardment of the Hun trenches, every yard being systematically cov- ered. "You can't picture the terrific na- ture -of this force. Our shelis just rained hard ali over the German lines, their preparations just crumpled up, their machine guns were smashed and companies wiped out before our final bombardment began. Our artillery was fine. "Then came our big infantry move. We tore right up to our old front lines. You can't altogether describe it as a brilliant charge; it was solid plodding through heavy mud on a stormy night. Our artillery continued as long as it could covering our advance; then we were in upon the Huns. It was won- derful, organization and everything went through as smoothly as could be. >Ve "ran right into Kaiser William's own regiment, the Twelfth Wurtem- pprgers; Our fellows were as cheer- ful ac though walking around the hos- pital. The Huns were pretty deter- mined beggars in the first line, but after that the" resistance did not amount to much." Under a bylaw to be passed by the city council a Chinese laundry area is to be set apart. In reality there will be three areas as follows: No. of 4th Street South and north of 6th Avenue South; No. half of block 60; No. lot in North Lethbridge where consent is had of all the residents in all the blocks facing the site, as well as o( the .residents of the blocks in which the laundry is to be located. The Mah Tai laundry or, 5th Street South which started the controversy was issued a license until August 1st. Edmonton. June of Ed- monton, especially those who reside on. the river flats and those Interested In property on the low-lying valley areas, are aomewJiat concerned over the in the North Saskatchewan river Friday iast; Since Friday the river has risen to 18.75 from 13.6 measurements being taken by the metric There little danger, points out the Dominion government engineer, for the river can rise another five feet do no harm. The river has often risen feet high.or than it lc- tcKlay, and no has ever been taken of It. _______ Scientific experts ear tbM one little drink will set you back 7 cent, in pbyilctl endurance and 15 per cent. In 70M ability to remember. tbMfi, PHONE 1224 Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Kevin have re- turned from New YorK. Mrs. George Fleming is spending a week at Tabor with -Mrs. Luckhart. Mrs. G. Slarks and two children, by Mrs. J. 0. Hart, leave tonight Cor England. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parsons have returned from a month's visit with friends and relatives in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Mrs. I. Bassett entertained in- formally last evening at bridge in honor of her daughter, Mrs. McBeth, of Lethbridge, who lias been spending a few In the Hal News. A new chapter of the l.O.D.E. at Edmonton has been called the Major Fane Chapter in recognition of the services of Major Fane at the front- Major'Fane is a of lira, J. Duff, of this city. Dr. and Mrs. lags, of Calgary, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Edith, to Mr. George Albert Armstrong, Mangertown Ranch, Nan- ton. The marriage to take place very quietly at the end of June. Dr. J. ti. Lovering left on Saturday to spend a vacation at his former home in Coldwater, Ont. He will be joined by Mrs. Lovering and little daughter, who left for the east a fortnight ago. During Dr. Lovering's absence, his brother-in-law, Dr. Green- way, 'will be in charge of his prac- tice. Alexandra Rose Day, held in Cal- gary on Saturday, under the auspices of the Daughters of the Empire, net- ted the splendid sum of This money goes to the Children's Shelter and the Salvation Army Children's Home, in Calgary, and a donation will be sent to the children's part of the Lacombe home. The Flower Guild .distributed flow- ers at the Gait Hospital on Friday for the flrst-Uuxe jn.Vwp. months. Ow- ing to the lack qf, funds .they have not been able to purchase flowers, but now that the-garden _blooms are com- ing out they hope' ip make a weekly visit to the patients'at tlie hospital. Mr. W. H. Fairfield, Experimental Farm, kindly supplied the flowers last week. At Knb'x manse "the marriage of VIr. George W. E. Skelding of Belle- vue, Elizabeth Wilk- inson, of England, took place on Saturday'afternofln: Miss Uly Skel- diug, the groom's sister, was a wit- ness of the was'per- formed by Rev. A. H. Denoon; The Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O. D.E., is very-gratified with the excel- lent results of which was held on Saturday, .wheo .the sons of (512 was deposited by the pubiic in the collection boxes.. .These boxes for the most part .contained dimes with an occasional dollar bill. This money will be used for'buying'soldiers''com-. forts. The. chapter" Is' very grateful to. the public 'for its' generous fesponae and Is indebted to Mr Fleming of Starland Theatre and the Herald tor advertising; the -Hbyal Crown- Soap Co., Calgary for boxes, and Messrs. Brymner, Robinson and Stacey for counting the mqney. Distribution'of'wort: of Daughters of the Empire for March, April and May, ......MARCH 113th battalion hospital 31 nightshirts, 33 gauze handker- chief.' To Emergency sur- gical shirts. Nursing pillow cases, two pairs socks, one suit pyjamas, one infant's barricoat. Local Red suit pyjamas. Canadian Red dozen roller, bandages, 3 dozen extra large pads, 6 dozen largo' pads, 3 dozen small pads, 10 dozen compresses. Queen's Canadian Hospital, Shora- pairs white socks. NatHjfial Service Committee (Tor- pairs socks, three day shirts, one cap. Secours Nationale (Toronto) pairs socks. To Miss Mclntyre pairs socks, white; three-wash cloths; three writing pads; three cards safety pins, candy, etc. Headquarters staff, 7th brigade, (Col. Thirty-four pairs of socks. 30th Battery, 6th brigade, (Major pairs socks. Personal parcels of socks to follow- ing Longe, 3 pairs; Sergt. Mellor, 2 pairs; Corp. F. Smith, 6 pairs; Bomb. Murray, ,6 pairs; Priv- at Davidson, and chimte, 18 pairs; Sapper Shand, 6 pairs; Sorgt.-Major Beards, 6 pairs. APRIL 113th Batt. flannel dressing gowns; six colored handker- chiefs; nine surgical shirts. 'Personal parcels of Rocks.to the fol- lowing men: Corp. Taylor, 6 pairs; Private Millar, 2 pairs; Sergt. Mc- Killop, 2 pairs; Private Millar, one pair. MAY Battery (Capt. 134 pairs locks; 134 colored hand- kerchiefs. Canadian Field Comforts Commis- sion paira tocks. National Service Committee, pairs socks; three 'day :hlrln Personal parcels of socks to the following men; Corp. Robinson, 6 pairs; Sent. Palmer, 6 pairs; Ptc. Shirley, 6 pain, Dr Scott, 6 pairs; Dr. ewcs Batap, pairs; ljte. Lowo, L- Pte. Lowe and pairs. The1 Hiiiull parcels of socks arc Bent lo Luthbrklge men whoso ad- dresses wo are able to obtain, and thf.y urn askud to divide with anyone near; them. We are able In this way to reach some men In units, where there aro only a few of our men, The Alexander Gait Chapter, Daugh- ters of the Empire, acknowledge with thanks the following soldiers' com- forts.for April and May, 1916: Socks, number of Busy Bee club; 3, Mrs. Naismith; ti, Mrs. Chris- tie; 2, Mrs. I. Coutta; 8, Mrs. Mil- cheli; 22, Mrs. Horn; 3, Mrs. Mercer; 8, Mrs. Mllner. (Westminster Ladles' ti, Miss Btollhouse, Raymond; 1, Miss McKelvje: 8, MM. Taylor; 1, Mrs. Ritchie; J. Mrs. Taylor: 3. Miss Gardner; 2, Mrs. McConaauk; 3, -Mrs. Wilson; I, Mrs. Oliver; 2, Mrs. Trlpp; 2 .Miss McKay; U, Mrs. Mctfabb; 2, Mrs. Scott, Sr.; 4, Miss Glayzer; 1, Mrs. Maynard; Airs. Pophani; 2, Mrs. Rylands; 1, Mrs. J3ryan; l.'Mrs. Hales; a Priced, per Mrs. TJiomp- soti; 3, Mrs. K. A. Smith: 1, Mrs, Campbell; 3, .Mrs. Pelliter (Monarch) 4, Miss o. -Mrs. Harper, Dia- mond City; 1, Mrs. Wakelln; three Mlas McKay; 1, Miss Nimraons'; -1, Mrs. Tripu; 4, Mrs. Henderson; 1, Mrs. Harper; 3, Miss Cochrane; 3, Mru. Milnpr- n, iMrs. McCready; I, Mrs. Mott; 4, Mrs. Chaplin; I, Miss Dawson; 2, -Mrs. DeVeber; J, Miss Sydal. Mies Dalryniple; 2, Mrs. Harper. Miss Lafferty. One roll manllla paper for scrap books, P. Burns' Co. Frequently socks require slight al- terations before they are suitable for shipment, and we are much indebted to the following workers for 'their faithful help in this Mrs. Tripp, Mrs. .McCready, Mrs; Scott sr., Mrs. Scott, jr., Mr. DeVeber, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. Ewert, Miss -McKay, Miss Nimmons, Miss Buchanan and Mrs. Jar vis. Notice, will those having wool tak- en oul before 1st June, 1918, kindly make a special effort to turn the fin- ished work in by the end of this month. Wool given out at 423 8th Street Tuesdays and Fridays, frsm 10-12, and 2-6 o'clock. PREMIER CONGRATULATES GENERAL BYNG Ottawa, June following message was cabled by Sir'Robert Borden yesterday to General Byng, commanding the Canadian array corps: "Pray accept and convey .to Canad-. Ian forces under your command bur wannest congratulations upon the .gal- lantry anil resource fulness displayed In the recent successful attack." To this' the prime minister received the following reply from General Byng this afternoon: "All ranks Canadian corps join-me in appreciation of congratulations con- veyed by your cable." THEONLYMEDICINE THAI HEJM HER "Fruit-a-iives Again Proves Us Extraordinary Powers KOCIION, QUK., March 2nd, 1915. "J. have received the most wonderful benefit from taking 1 suffered for years from fikittwatistn and change of life, and I took every remedy obtainable without results. I iriuu and it was the only medicine that really did me good. .Now I lun entirely well Rheu- matism has disappeared, and the ter- rible paius in my body are all gone. I hope that others, who suffer from such distressing diseases, will try "'Fniit-a-. MADAME JSAIJS 50c. a box, G for trial size, 25o. At al I dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-Uves Limited, Ottawa. Last week while in Calgary Mayor Hardie and Commissioner Grace tor- got that Calgary was modern and had fast time, so they rushed to the station to catch the southbound train. When they got there they found they were an hour too soon and ever since that they haye been converted against daylight saving. The result was that when the petition, which has not been on the table for a week, was presented again this morning, the commission- ers could not make up their minds to accept it and passed a resolution hoist- ing it for anothe'r week, the clerk in the meantime being instructed to se- cure from the mayors of cities where daylight saving is in effect a statement as to how it is being accepted there. Commissioner Freeman also expressed the belief this morning that daylight saving would interfere with the mov- ng picture show at Henderson Park, which will start at nine o'clock pres- ent time but would not be able to start till ten on fast time owing to the day- light. It bad been expected that a petition against daylight saving would be pre- sented this morning, but it failed to materialize. Buddhism is losing out to Shinto- ism and Christianity in China, in the opinion of S. Harrington .Little, a mis- sionary of the Episcopal Church in China. Mother Love would never give a child anything known lo be harinfui. Vet every time a mother gives her child a cup of tea or coffee she is giving it from one to three grains of a Little by .little the caffeine in tea and coffee under- mines more rapidly in the less surely in many adults. There's a safe, delicious It is made of choice wheat roasted with bit .of wholesome molasses and contains the goodness of the caffeine, no harmful substance whatever. Children may drink pleasure and perfect comfort. _ Postum comes in two forms: The original v Postum Cereal, which has to be boiled; Instant Postum, the soluble form, made in the cup with hot 4 "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Sold by Grocers. Pwlsm Co.. 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