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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE NINE Saturday Night "Bargain List 'there will be ii crowd tonight at this Thvno-Hour Sale, The best bargains oi the week reserved those who li pairs Ladies' Maco Cotton Hose tor jj Fine Jersey Lisle Vests tonight for 2 Combinations for AVoincu for 85C Voile Waists up to Tonight Wos. Gauze or Muslin Drawers for 28C Finest Huck Guest Towels, a pair 25C Colored and Black Messallne, Sfiin. 98C Boys' American Shirt Waists 75C Yard Wide Flake Voile, white 250 Child's Straw Hats, ea. 40c, 50c 75 C yards English Longcloth Narrow Swi: :s Einb. Edgings 5c lipperary Veils. shaped, for 75c New Border Veilings just in..... 35c Men's Shirts, Separate soft collar 95C and 50 other Bargains ticketed through- out the store tonight Rylands Go. Move of Kitchener's Army oft' for Paris, May following oflloi'.il statement wus lamicd 'by the war of- flct> "Last night (b ._ ALUM ih li- PRICES _ _ BAKING POWDER WHOOPING COUGH A simple, tilt ind Sp.smodic Croup at once, ll Is suKsrert from Isibmi. laled willi every brwtli, mikes brenililf iOotliES Ihe so.-....... elops Ihe coufcli, assurltiK reslltil nights. IliihnluU'.u noil" W1C10V d.'livcrcd two minor at Fritz> west ot I'eronno, the- other In tho Cham- pagne district around tho fort of Ucmise .lour, lie was repulsed both by gunfire and thn bayonet. The very trad weather this morning stop- ped all action. During the afternoon thore was an artillery engagement ol particular violence on the heights of the Mouse." Italian Question Very Gravo London, May Daily Mail's correspondent in Copenhagen tele- graphs: "The itaiser held a war council _ in 13erlin when those present were Von Bethmann-IlollwcE, llerr Von JaKow and the navy and army authorities. The main concern of flic council was the Italian question, which is consid- ered most grave." The Russian Report Petrograd, May following olflcial communication was issued: "In the region of Milan (Courlancl) our troops have continued to press the enemy cl'osely. "In the direction of Mlawn we have continued to develop the success ro- cent.iy achieved. In the district yes- terday we occupied villages of Mar- annea wun a cisze and Qrzymki, and repulsed throe to 'shoot the first one who showed counter-attacks. Repeated 'attempts signs of slackening." of the Germans to recapture the farm of Pomicany were .barren ot results, i "The enemy yesterday attempted to cross the i'lllca in the. region of Koz- lovetz, but was repulsed by our fire. GERMAN INTERNS SHOULD BE IRONED Calgary, Alta., May see that German officers interned at Letli- Jlr. and Mrs. Clus XoidiR and Mrs. 1'earcy returned this morning from a holiday in the Pass. voting son has come to the home of" M'r. and Mrs. U, IJ. McrUnnon, jlSth St'.-.N. i The Nccule-work club will ion .Monday with .Mrs. Williamson, 5J7 Mtu St. Si. Dr. Tullcr Icit today for Madoc, Onl having lici'n called away by the serious illness of his father. Ilo wil he aliscnt aliout a month. In golf and, jtr. ahd Mrs. R. Ward have as visit the exclaimed a Calgary Hicir 'guests Mr. and Mrs. R. M pnraKed over the Lusitania; Ward of I'etcrboro, Onl. Jlr. am Mrs. Ward will reside here lienna neutly. dLfttrii, tragedy. "The infernal skunks! They ought to be ironed and made to work on'the roads with a sentry over them, irmed with a loaded rifle and ordered "In Qaliela, between the Vistula and Carpathians, fighting continue UNKNOWN DONATES Washington, D.C., .May thousand dollars has been contribut- ed anonymously for usu by the Ameri- can Red Cross "on tile field of actlcn and Cnrpatnians, ngniing COULHIUBO in the European war wherever the with desperation, and has assumed Eocretary may find the need most ur- the character ot a great battle. In gent and without regard to the natiou- The executive committee of tl Alexander Gall Chapter I. 0. D. E will mccfat S o'clock tonight at 42 Sill St.- S, I The music department of the Ma thesis club meets with Mrs, J. D. hliginbotham, 12lll street, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. the character oi a great uame. m gent and without regain uj this region the arrival of several Ger a.llty Of those whom it may benefit nmn army corps has been revealed. xhis is the largest anonymous gift "In the direction ot Mezola'norcz we repulsed with the bayonet six vigor- out enemy attacks. Tho number of I the enemy's wounded captured in the region of Makuvka is increasing. tj "In tile valley of the Lomnitza we have gained important success- sub- the th ot received 'by'ihe nod Cross. The money was deposited with a Philadel phla bank. Rossland Man Tells Story of Sea Tragedy fifteen thousand troops, neimr the llth autoton of passing throu h Leices'er The picture shows a little girl distributm, urettes to the soldiers, irmy cig AWAIT REPORTS Washington, D.C., May SHE GETS VERDICT St Mo., May unani- mous verdict iu favor of the defend- ants in Hie Campbell will case was returned 'by the Jury tonight. The verdict declares Lois Campbell, now Mrs. Elsy Burkhani to he the daught- er of Ja'mes Cain.v.bcH and therefore entitled to half of his es- tate willed by Campbell. MO Valuesjor Tonight's Sale to 10 o'clock liockv Mountain. Cherry. Trees Continuation of this sale of with evsry of these trees FREE. Trees are on Sale at 20c each or 3 for 50c. purchase, one l'stockdlof cirflowore and plants for this occasion. MEN'S DERBY HATS-New Spring styles just 2S ill gg 1Q tills lot, all sizes, values BOY SCOUT GAUNTLET GLOVES-These are just what, the boys desire. On sale at LADIES' knit cotton, short sleeves and sleeveless. Extra special....................... ladies' and misses fine duality knit ted cotton, styles are short sleeves and sleeveless, Special CREAM cotton Voile Window Scrims, two shades of cream, 40 inches wide, extra fine .qualities. per yard.......................................... BRASS ball ends, good size, extends 54 inches complete with brackets The Hudson s Bay Co. While the situation Is regard- ASKS DIVORCE AND SUES WOMAN -ons in as serious, on j New York, May account of the loss of American suits, ono against her husband for lives it Is expected the gov- divorce, the t.qther against Emma crnm'ent will wait the receipt Treritini. the light- opera singer for of official information from "alienation of affections. were tiled Germany, before deciding on further steps. in the county clerk's office today 'by i attorneys for Mrs. .Mathilda Primli opera composer, and musician. The .j. papers in each case were sealed. Miss Tiller, superintendent, mits the .following report of. (Nursing Mission for the mon April, 1315: No. of new patients No. of old patients No. of professional calls (day) Xo. of professional calls (night) N'o. oi friendly and relief calls.. No. of business calls No. of office calls Xo. of school calls Total calls Hours' spent at school Patients, paying full fee Patients paying part fee Patients cared for free 98 families have been supplied with groceries and other provisions new hooks given to H children new clothing to seven children five bun- dles of clothing, boots, etc., were sent to country families in response to urgent letters of appeal worn clothing and boots to 38 families four calls tor outside nurses sup- plied 0 women tor day's work, and 4 maids positions secured. Only 76 First Class Passengers Were Rescued 711 231 10 1 TO HAVE PERPETUALLY WAVY, CURLING HAIR Other Survivors Have Thrilling Tales of Escape from Giant Lusitania boat had fouled in launching and was partly fii'ed with water. They baled this but and then felt safe. No more people were in the sea In their neigh borhood. They eventually were picked up by an Admiralty is unaware as to whether his two com- panions wore saved. Winnipeg, Man., May royal commission which was appointed to 'investigate matters in connection Uvitli the new Manitoba parliament buildings met again today after an ad- journment of several days. London May Rev. H. W. .Simp; son, of Rossland, B. C., one of the sur- vivors landed at Queenstown said he saved himself by clinging to an up- turned .boat which was righted after a struggle. "We filled the .boat with all we could he said. "We saiv an object some distance away in the water and thinking it was 'a ves- sel of some sort wo signal passed nis .by. Trawlers came along and took us on board, "When we were struck I was in the saloon. Life belts were handed around 'but the people did ,not wait to put them on and ran away on deck just as they were. All the.crevr did their duty. The captain started to the people, ibut the time wae so short and Uie Lusitania went to the bottom and all those women, children and men went down with her." "I picked, up a'little child on the deck, and climbed down.one of the! ropes into a 'boat. Afterwards I gave tho child to another man, and picked other children from the water. We also picked up an old an old woman, who were saved in. our boat, "The torpedo did its work exactly. If it bad only given us a few minutes' warning everybody could have been Thousands HaveBeenHelped By Common SCUM Suggeitions. twuuu uiu Women suffering from any form of :o put them on and ran away on deck femsle ilia are invited.to.communicate promptly with tho womarj's private correspondence de- partment of the Ly- diaE.Pinkham Med- icine Co., Lynn, Maes. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a ..woman and held in strict confidence: A woman.can freely talk of her.private-Illness to a.woman thus has been established a confidential correspondence which has extended over many years and which has never been broken. Never have they published a testimonial or B jed a, letter without tha written consent of the never No Panic' William Brown is one of the pas- i i" i who reacnetl land 'anS: has the .Company allowed these confi- m flential letters to get out of their pos- two young, mon, named Stevens and pftherB! Graham, both being anxious to join Out of the vast volume of experienca the English forces in the 'mechanica'i transport department. Brown says'he was hslow deck, when there was a loud explosion. Reaching -deck he boats already lowered and to their fullest, capacity. There was not the slightest panic, the passengers obeying' llio officers' or- ders wilh perfect calmness. Brown, realizing there wan no room In the boats, returned to lilt cabin to'procure a lifebelt. He met. many passengers on the way and told them also to get belts. Brown secured one in his cabin, and returning to the deck found It desert. ed and he jumped overboard. He eventually came up against a boat only occupied by a few people. The which they have to draw from, it is moro than possible that they possess tie very Unowledge needed in your case.-, Noth- ing is asked in return except .ypnr good will, anil their advice has helped thou- sands. Surely any rich or poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. Address Lydia E. Pinkhnm Modkine Co., (con- fidential) Lynn, Mais. woman onirht to liaVe E. Pinkham's ;80.pagb Teit Book. It is not a bookt on geUwM distribution, arf.it ill too eiwnsive. Ii is, free' mid 'only obtainable by The morning session was marked uy some startling statements of inter- est. A. J. Andrews, senior counsel for the government, produced a let ter asked for -by F. H. Phippen, Benioi counsel for Thos. Kelly Sons, con tractors, purporting to have been ad dressed in September, 1913, to V. w .Horwood, provincial architect Iby JThos. Kelly containing their I offer to put 1n the foundations .Uie .buildings for Speaking after the letter haa been Sir. Pliippen said he believed it was the intention of his friends opposite" to attempt to show "that there is a shortage in the ac- tual amount of concrete in the foun- dation under the parliament buildings to that shown'to have been paid for. This letter covered a contract with the- government for a charge of con- crete in the foundation based on a fixed, or asEiumed yardage." Mr. Horwood had toid Thos. Kelly Sons that one of the ministers 'had seen and agreed to the offer and the contractors went ahead and diti the work. Speaking of the government com mittee thRy-wnrn not aware of arrangements revealed by the letter -until some time after tlie inuniry before the public accounts committee had ibeeii closed. "Tho government" he said, "will re- sist the claim of Kelly Sons based on a contract purporting to be estab- lished by this letter and will expect to be repaid Iby'Kelly Sons for any- excess amount that may have teen paid' .beyond the actual yardage in- italled. C. P. Wilson, counsel for the Lib- erals, described the Incident as of the cravest public moment. It was now suggested, he said.that the ovificnce taken "before the public accounts com- mittee wns untrue. If- that was the case ho thought the commission might malce the matter the subject of a special communication to the lieutenant-governor. Subsequently Mr. Pliippen made a detailed argument challenging the power of the commission. 'Their lord, ships ruled that, for the present they should proceed on the assumption that they were in full'possession ot knowledge necessary to conduct the- inquiry. London, -May S.-Of the 390 first class passengers on the Lusitania, it is now believed'only. were saved. The story of the Lusitania came in slowlv owing partly to the confusion prevailing at Queenstown, where most OL the survivors were lauded. i No information was available as to how many oi the Americans on the Lusilania had gone down Stories told bv survivors seemed to confirm the earlier report that the Lusitania had been struck by two torpedoes. Americans .Saved. London, May 8, ;a. consul at CJucenstown- in_-a telegram to the XI. S. embassy here said he had cabled to the State De- partment at Washington a list con- ainin? the names oi M Americans rto have been saved. The messase "There may be another dozen Am-, cricans not in touch with.me. I iclievc that one tender load of sur- vivors landed at ClonaMlty. "The survivors will -.-.proceed to London at noon or later this after- noon. The total survivors at Queens- town number 834. About 03. bodies remain unidentified." Further Survivors Sirs' -V W of Calgary, is named in' a list of those saied Her husband's name does not appear. The second class list also carries the names 01 Miss Milh Mainman Miss Elizabeth ilamman and Mam- man ill oi Edmonton Ihcj were were mrmbers or a famiiv ot who were making the Perpetually wavy, curling hair is now within the means of every wo- man to possess. Ail one need do is to get a few ounces of plain liquid all- meriue at any drug store, and apply a. little of it occasionally. This is re- markably in damp producing a beautiful cur- liness and satiny -which bear no evidence of artificial making. U win not streak, stain or injure hair or scalp in the least. After one trial, the scorching, hair- destroying curling iron will never more be used. The iiest way to apply the silmerlne is with a clean tooth brush, drawing this through the, hair from root to tip. If this is done be- fore retiring, a. look into the mirror in the morning .will' afford a.-mpst agr.ee- aWe'surprise. ,C Bloom of Youth Now Easily Attained You no looser neia to "doctor" that.sal- ow. freckled, btackheadod, routh. blptchy. yocan ho dead 'and nWdead surface sUn, will, all its Imuerfcdtiona. Is gently, gradually sorbcd-BOd a radiantly youthful and lipautiml complexion collies forth! to your druBBlst. gut an ounce of pure mejr at night apply enough ortKj completely cover the face; doni t_rub it lu Next mornmB reoiove the wax wltn water Ihe result after a f Stonhhliie You "hy this w- X- take hop.. Put an ounce ot pondered saxollte Into half "ntTltch hlzel. bathe the facoln "ne Solution nothun that wu BO offcctually. so promptly, smooth out all those hateful hnoi. Torontoniahs.Safe .Toronto Ont Mav 8-Mrs Tim othj Paton has a (able from her daughter that she is safe mention was mate of her daughter Miss Iris Bumside who her Miss Dorothv Braith waitc, oi Toronto, is aKo safe J H Charles, secretary-treasurer Musson Book-Co., and daughter, are safe. 69 Americans Safe ttashmaton 8 -Lits the State Department advises accounted for as safe sixtj mnc of the 188 Americans on the Lu-itama llut number does not include t dentified bodies were thought to be -thosa of Americans. ROLLING QREEN NEWS Rolling frreeu, Ma> 6 -Mrs Eliza Tinders of Medicine Hat, is visiting the home of her 'on, E C Biud- Mi and Mis E 0 Wright weio business shoppers In Taber Tuesday. E 0 Stautn oi Hutley, spent the wce'i -sisitmf, friends here and at P Herapel and daughter. Edna spent Wednesday with Mrs b. G I mders A farewell dance was given to Mr and Mrs. Fridaj night A large .crowd was 'present and all re- port a tooil time Ihe Ladies will meet at the hnrnr n! Mrs Ira Bice on May 12th Miss purchased a fine riding pony trom M jtl A Substitute for Meat HY eipert chef wdl tell you that a raaca- roni base is the ideal substitute for is (torn th. cieujiT ef D jwm whtat MOTHER'S MACARONI CO Mimaeapolit, Minn. Use oukcrt ol Mother's Maoronl, VenBicclli aad ;