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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 8..1917 LRTunniDCR. DAILY PAGE SEVEN KM) COMPANY ENlTMMMflSl Arel Skovgaard, the Danish violin-. 1st, ind hia company of musical art- eoterlained a audlcuco at tho Majestic evening. company consists of a very pleasing array of aolotnU and the program of- fered la an attractive one. Tho real artist, of tho company, oaEdo from Skoveaard himself IK his 51 rs McGlung-Skovgoanl, the plunlat. Mrs, Skovgaard ranks with aouie of the highest In the skill of her technique ond tho real mus'cal genius she dis- plays In her superb playing. Her accompaniments vrcro perfect, ami her Individual felectlonE exquisitely rendered. Ekovgjart] Llmsolf cannot be salt to be a really brilliant violinist, for there IB no soul In his playing. He lias marvellous technique, was evident in every selection last even- ing, particularly In his own PTCB llEstino, which van tslicmely tlHflcuti of performance, but liol original. Ilia most enoyable solec- tloo was Chopin's Nocturne In 1-1 rial adapted for Iho violin by Sanisalc." Cliopln's music in Ilsrlf Is soulful and Stcovgaard's rendition was very (inc. The sotolELs were above the class of ordinary srilsls generally Iienrd In wcatera Canada, hut the' west can pride heraolf on a few nrllstB who can entertain wllh ability. The Xordhetmcr piano was used at the concert DECIDED m ON a Calgary, May Alberta trancii of Ihe Great War Veterans look a Eland ou llio IOI'GIY- Objected lo Individuate or goodies utcrfcrlng wllh goveruiug of troops iversoaE. K eco runic oded that (he reeoHnijrs committee draw up a resolution irliiR continued ol luu ,o lha t reach us, Asked that the mil It la act be amended lt> grant nllJlBry funuraJs o men discharged Irora the -siwiw, who die from disabilities received lu ntlvo service. Urged D.piulalon, provincial nnd city authorities lo delay, all public works or eonBlnictlon until ths ur- mi nation of the war, BO thai Eoldlorj can be absorbed Into civil HTo easily. Opposed allowing private iinctit- oncrs lu medical and dental corns to still main (a Iii private practice to i.n eitcnt that deprives EoltllerB of trsil- incnt oti Echqdule. Set Ealarj of provincial secretary at per annum. Mado membership Ice a year. Discarded lho "wln-thc-war" inovc- racnl as political bunk, and re com mended khaltl as tho best way to win the -war. Ju favor of Ibe governmcni taking over the foot! supply or tho Dominion, to prevent liardEhiji worked on widows and depend- ents or Boldlcrc-through food specu- lation. i WoiiJd disfranchise alien enemies. SCIENTIFIC NOTES To demonstrate Iho large percent ngc of alcohol in patent medicines a phyElclan has Invented apparatus JD ivbtcli the gas they generate IB burn cd lu Incandescent want leu. mixture of-liquid air-and pois dcrcd aluiQJnuin, used In mines li Germany for blasting, hna ahoul twi nnd a half times the strength o bluck powder without daugerou MILAD PHONE J2S4- :a The heat usually waited after stca: fa generated in a residence heatfn plant ft collected In a new boiler in such n Tray that It can be utilized to b up ply additional heal. Electrical mechanism that can be nUacliea to nny door loch lias been tu- vcnlotl to record lie limes' that, the door Is locked and unlocked. Hie rec- ord being rnado tvt a distance it de- Blred. Mra. Allison and son, of Calgary, .re the gucala ol Mr. nod Mrs. Fred Thaell. Miss A. Miller and Mr. W_ Dundon ol MeJIcfno Hat have returned 10 thrtr Louies after spending tho week end with Mrs, Win. Clcary. Mrs. M. K. Kelly has relumed lo falgary after Bi-einHng u month lu Ity wilL her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Long. The G. 1. A. will meet tomorrow aflornoon at 2.20 at itic homo of Mrs. Ceo. MuXabb, 210 51h Avcnuo Soulli tor Jlc'l Cross sewing. Owing to Ihe number of girls In Iho Wednesday swimming class, conducted by the Women's Civic club at the Y. M. 0. A., not Icing pro- ficient in limning. Ihe committee In charge have decided to divide 11 into two classes, girls under 13 lo come as usual at 4.15 and those 13 and over lo be ready to go Into Iho pool at Ilvo o'clock. t lr. and Mrs. J. H. Eakln. on lear- Ilockyford, Alberta, were present cd by tho citizens of that town vltlj purse 6r gold, and. also with a cut glass water Eet by the staff of the Lank of Commerce, of which ho was manager. Mr. Eikln has been pro- moted to-tho managership of Ihe Dank of Commerce at IClfroac, Sask.. and Icfl Iloekyford on Friday lo as- sume his now dulJos, Mr. Enkfn was accountant of the Lothbridgc branch before going lo Itockytord. Mrs. W. H. Johnston, loachcr of pfanoforle, and her pupils, hold a very successful rccllal ]Rst night In Knox Ecliool room, In addition to the pro- Ernm given In Saturday's Herald, Miss Jessie Geoghesan played two eelec- Mrs. Jolmslon herself gave I wo lumbers that were received irlth jrent applause by the large number ireseut. The pupils played very well mil those who performed last showed great imnrovemeul. The A violet day was hc-M on Saturday n Edmonton for Y. c, A. and :bc bum ot wu'j realized. Mr and Mra. (Juorij U. All sizes. Tan or black for men, women and children. A PAIR PUT ON Strain ypurEyes you may -Ruin them Come 16 Us for Gomforlable IF YOUn BYES AliB DO N6T LONOKIl IH COMINO TO US.. YOU MAY IMI'AIR YOUR KYKSIOUT AND 1IKSIDE3 IT MAY LEAD TO NE11VOUS DISOnDERS OH flOMB Sl'llllOUS TROUnl-E. DO NOT MiiAN TO SCARB ANYO.VK, DOT YOUH BYBS AHB YOUIl IIBST THEM WBI.b, KOR YOU NBEU TIIKM OPTKM AND A 1.ONO TIMB. WB WldL EXA.MINB YOUI1 KVUS AND IF YOU NEBD OUS3B9 WILL KUHNIHII TUB KIND YOU NEED TO COIl- HECT YOU.H r'AHTlCULAH TROUDLBg AND SAVH YOUR SIOHt. WB MAKE "QUALITY" H1011T; THEN TUB PUICB niOIIT. RAWORTH ISSUERS OF MARRIAGE J24 FIFTH SV.REET B. LETHBRlDQE, ALBERTA children did verv well, all ilarlng from memory. anti Mr. Arthur Ih'Kinbi'ihaui lofi (o rtay for a short vlsii 10 Hunter Hoi Springs at Llvlng'siotu1, .il'jinanii. Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Ttiinini, of Win- announte ot ;Lcir daughter. Myrllo CmlLcrlne. to Mr. K. fiesiuoud O'Xi-ill. of l.t Alta. Jfrs. Cattle erlorciiiic-d tho cKoir or Trinity Methodic week In lionor ol Miss Miiuhlnncy. who leaves shortly lo Like a school at Foron.ost, Xews-Tcle- The Sir Alqxander Oalt Chapter, I. p. E. wlH be In of ihn IKI room al Iho.liudson'a Day tomorrow afternoon. The proceeds be glveti lo Lbc veleraD'fi cluli. A musical pro- gram has been arranged. feeds Ihat llic new chapter of the Daughters of tie Kniplre are tlis- trlbuUiifj In ronncction iviih the prize for school chilrlrcn's gardens arc only j for IhoEO children ivho have not been nble Lo procure the necessary ones. DAVIS Al Wealtiy narsotngc yesterday of- lernoon tbo woddlnR was solemnized of Mr. Nelson Ale Kim a marine engin- eer of Kamloops. IJ. C.. and .MJsa Laura Davis, of Ilalklrk. Alia. Hcv, G. H. CobblcdlcX performed the cere- mony. t COOMDS-LAFKITS Thn ivedtltng ol Mr. Albert Coombs, of Great Falls, Monl., anil Annio LaFclts. formerly ol Lcthlfrtclge tool; place April 2Elh nt Iho Methodist .church JD Groat Falls, the Lolng .jierforraed Ity RCT. Mr. Tlie; bride wore a dress of gold do chene (rimmed with gold sp.tln. Mr. ond Mrs. Coombs let! for Xciv York whore Ihey will Epcnil their honey- moon, reluming lo Greal Falls where they will inako tlicir homo. IS NUB IN eorBO VIclteror. former scrceant- rhajor ot the II.NAV.M.P. at Canary, ttas been killed In ncllon. lie Icfl as a llGulenar.t In Ihe 82nd baltallnn. but )n reaching England wag transferred o an EngllEh rOBlmcnt. In which he hart served twenty years before. Lieut. Vlckeroy la well lino' throughout Alberla, having been ror ten years In tho Royal North West Police. A erenl der.! o! this lime he was sUlioiiKl at Maeleod. He has been In uniform [or about Lwenty-two years now. AL one time was In tlio British Staffordshire regiment, In England, and served there for ten years. Then he came out tb Canada and venL Into Hie uni- form of Ihe bounties, where lie speed- ily received promotion, and at tho time of leaving hud been a sergeant- (or several years. He enlisted with lha S2nrt Battalion with His rank of lieutenant, and then, on reaching England was transferred to his old regiment. Ho was Wiled In action In Ills (orly-nflh.year. Ills parents Ilvo In Ireland, while a lirolher IB living In High nlvcr; 2 sister In another poli.t In and two other bro- thers nrc In fchakl. He was unmar- ried. last. were In attendance. Supt. Slarneg waa unanimously elected as president for the ensuing year. The financial statement was one ol the best that has been produced for a number of years. Eergt. Mason, o[ the Ulst Battalion, was arrested onSaliirday night on the train nt Okotofcs by Capt. Hlllard, charged .desc'rliug, from the 101st. He vras taken lo'Calgary nnd sentenc- ed to 12 months' Imprisonment. District News COWLEY (From the 1'lncher Crock Echo) F. Godsal bag relumed to tile 'ranch RTlcr spending Lho wlnlcr In Victoria B.C. Jas. Dooncr made visit lo Phichor Creak last Snhirtlny .night and relumed Tvllli Mrfl, Uooner and tho new daughter Sunday morning. A soltd week of snow flurries wllh cold weather has badly ilclnycA (arm oirerallona In this dlsltlci, but wllh lino oullook Ihlngs tnive brightened tip. As usual nobody ever sair Ihe.llke before. Tho Cowloy U.RA. slore Ims en- larged Us premises by tnfclng over Ihe olhcr holt of lhc Miles block. Mica Annlo Welsli has Iskcn the noalllon of ledger keeper In the Union bank here, vacated by lier slaler, Mils Elhel Welsh. .1. 1'ArKcr, of llurisls, was ft COW- Tlsllor on Monday. MACLEOD (From (lie New.i) F. MciUu, foimcrly of tho Maclcoil Milling Co., Is now finlslilue his course In Iho nvlatlen school al Toronlo. Ho liohlH lho commission of llcutonant, nnd everyone knowing Finlcy rest assured thai ho will conic IhrouEil his exfimlnallons aucccssrully. On St. Gnorge's Day, lhc Hoy Scouts of .Waelcod celcbrflled In (roe patri- otic fashion. Under the, cf Scoutmaster Slater they In lhc high school grounds nml a full company turned uul. Aflr.r going Ihroilgb soTcral drills, ivhlch wore clono In n very soldierlike manner, Ihcy formed UTP nnd rnarrhcd past, sal- ullne Iho grant) old Union Jack, A number of people were present, fii- eluding Major U. J. Campbell, head of llio Buy Bcoul orgnnlzallon In leorl. The annual meeting of the Maeleod club wns held on Tuesday evening them Is the RET. A.D.McLtodof recently, refers to the itmirktble popu- taricy which la the homel of the people of hit pcritri. he Trrltts', know of nothing thfltcan con> wllh Zam-Bi.ikl Having charge of in rxtcnslve mission, I meet wllh many sick nod afflicted people, and been at the good which Zam- Bnk K doing ilally. For bid tkin of ill the haling powers of Ziro-Bok ice mlrvcllonsl For piles, alto, It l> excellent. 1 lure known Zim-Buk give almost lortant relief, and am !confl- denl If Zlm-Duk were kept In erery bom; Would save aaany a doctor's bill." For Injuries, Zam-Buk Ii equally good. Nothing ends paln.slopf bleeding and driH'j evtaorenosio quickly. Being htthlyanllKptlc, Zam-Buk prc- Teats wound! from fcjlerlng. All drugglils, Me, Wx, 3 for 11.19, or from Kam-Ruk Co., Toronlo, Send Ic. stamp, tor retain potligcon freelrlal boi, H'ONTRFAL TC GLASGOW Practice Economy by Purchasing Your Everyday Needs at the "Bay" Men's MEN'S XKCJLKJKE K11IKTS In wlcfti etrlpe [laHfrfls. All sizce. Special MKX'S WORKING SHIRTS ]q drlHE and rhanibrays. Large and Qfr roomy. All alzes. Special MEN'S LIGHT BAUWICiOAX UXDKHWJ1AK All sizes. nn Special JUC iiousEfurnishingsl 3G IncheE wljc, neat palteriis lu -f Q anil ecru shades. Special yard 1 5JC PLAIN MARQUISETTE In white, cream and beige snades. 3B In. ide, llesu'ar 40c. Spcclnl. jrari COLORED I50RDEKED SCRUM 3t leches wlfle. grounds. Very preUy colors. Spc-clnl ynrd N7EW SPRING SILK SUITS All leading sliailc-s. Copenhagen, nigger brown, navy, sand, jrceli. Mack. All tie newest Wcrlh H5.CO. WHITE -TAP SILK WAISTS All slica. A line line, worth 52.50. Soiling tor...................................... CHILDREN'S SPRING COATS. In all sizes nnd colors. Prices. Regular I'or.............. Regular RcKiilar for Rcguliir I'or Rcg'iilar Tor............... Ecg-irtar for A FINE LINE OF SILK MlDDIEi Just arrived. Pongee and Uabutal. Prices and A rj 1.58 Jji-1.90 S Boot Specials Black Patent Black Kid and Col- ored Kid I'tiiiips. V.'llh the latest buckles and colonial styles. A veir dressy, pujiip for street n-ear. A jn Wednesday Children's Tan Calf -Button and iJInclier Styles With medium soles, wide fitting. Sizes. n Qft 11 lo-2. Wednesday special i.33 Men's Calf Bluchcr Boots Wldq filling. A Tcry comforlablc shoe, o QQ Grocery Specials Hoys' Guiunetal Button andf 'iiluclicr Styles i Block toe and wide filling. A splendid shoe for 'schtJbl Vest. Wednesday 7 Special 'S1 Snnd Colored Canvas S 1.85 Wide fiUlDc with leather sole and heel and tip. 'A nice light school shoe. il to 13. 1 AVednoaday special lilO Loys' Colored Canvas Shoes Same na above In sizes 1 to 5. Wednesday' special.............. SEED ONIONS Diiicb Sets, 25c Wig Variety of Bulk Seeds. 100 Bacon. Eltra ipcclal .Per pound Salad Dressing Powder Z packages Salad Dressing, cents and 25c 45c Newton Apples. Special per case Map of Italy Pure Olive Oil, Boltlci 35 and........................ in llns........................ Me Canned Pimentots. Per lln.............................. Pork and BtanE, Regular 2Ec. Special Per tin Nice Juicy Oranges. Regular 35c for i S1.15 20c Bayifompj __ CROW'S NEST PASS (Dlnirmorc News of Hie den.Hi ol I3onnld A. Sin- clair, one of BlnlT-morc'g mosL prom- Incnl and rjEpeclctl cillzcns, cRtno a shock lo HID iicoplo of Tho Pnss on Tuesday morning. Wlillo Mr. hnd bccni nll- Ing :eomo time, no ono thought Dial Ihp wns So near, Kpr somft lima h.c had not .been.enjoying his; Usual vfgor.'ao lint ll. bccsnic nccc'sstiry, to enter n liospllnl wlicro. nfter huL a" few days, lie succumbed (o heart failure, Mr. Sinclair was 43 years of ngc, rtTid to Bblrmorn About "fourteen years ago. srUlIng down here In business fn tho'pnrlner- rhlp of Mfissrs Prayer SJnrlnlr, nnd Inillricra. Tim Rpnlor partner .of tho firm, ThomAS Frnycr, p-isae'l Xway scvcrnl yfta'rs ago, nnd the slnco tlicn hQ-s been con- ducted under the stylo of D. A. Sin- clair. For a numljcr of years he hcUl office as councillor nnd member of Ihe hoard, served two full terms Ad chief magistrate of the IOVFII or Ulalrmore. He Icftvca a wife nntl Ihrco children, residing hero, one bro- ther at Field, n. Another nt Oycn. Alta., while hl9 jiarcnls nnd other tu em tiers of the family reside nt Clicslcy, Onlarlo. HOY. Dr. K. II. Gray preached bis (r.rewcll sermon al the tJnlon churcli on Sunday irlghi last, nnd left for Can- inoro on On .Monday nielil, incnibers of'tho congregation nnd friends gathered at tho churrh, where a farewell reception TVQS held ntxl the doctor ivas prcEcnted wltli o leant (fill medical bag. rtcs. Charlc? Stewart and Oeorgc Patlon returned from England on Tuesday morning. Tho latter has re- cclrcrl n discharge, whlJe (bo former haa lo report back lo Calgary and It la Ilioughb will have lo return over- eeaa. IJoth bcyfl am looking well. Corp, W- D. C. Moody, of Calgary, has Lccn killed in t ncllon. Moody was al one tfmo employed lodgof kccifcr IK the heal ntoro I'. Uurns fc Co., nnd "was n member of l.cthbridgc 9.O.R. lodge. Ho has n ulster residing In Cfllgary. Pic. Charles Burrows senior, who returned Wednesday morning to Ilcllcviic from England, wns visiting friend? In Lbcso parts on Wednesday evening. F.U'. GoJsal of Cowlry, has ret-lvcd A rnlilc from minting thnt his oldest nephew, Caul. who has been a prisoner of wp.r lu Ocrmany slnco Scplcmbcr, 19J4, Las escniiccl. lie was lying wounded In n French hospital when the Qcnnana fo'jnd him during Lht lintllsh retreat In SCIENTIFIC NOTES Tlio survey has estfmtt- cd lhc aTalluLli! water power of tne United States from horscpowerj net Including tha power that, could be conserved by waterfalls. NOTICE T Pcler RobRrlson, rejected Eolcller, lie? lo notify Lhc public thai I liken over transfer business ol and hojtt by tho'sftrrle strict attention In oil orders, to merit your patronage. Coal orders C.O.D., of Ml k'qils, Blso gsnlcn plow-- Phono 652. GLUB Albert Hendln; ROTO, Soora, BiV Hard3. Iloguiar mewing, lit trt Thurediyi. VtslUnt mMlbtn W. L. Clark. O. a, F.dgitt, 4, ;