Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1910 PAGE SEVEN Offers you tese spec This iff IK: at an enil Wednesday yoii have not yet attended this snlo advise you to do so, as the nioreliim- dise and prices will be l.he best'obtainaJilo for many a day to come. 2- Crepe Nihtowns II-.50 Only a dozen and they are exceptionally good jj value. made from a Ijeavy crepo, embroidery and ribbon trimmed, !M to -10 sixes. Just. In by express today. 2 down white Crept; de waists, liifih, low collars, sizes 3U lo 40. Dainty New Neckwear, Another new lot of Mary Pick- ford ami other now styles in voiles and muslin collars. Fine Gauze V'sts.onSaleW' Ladies' summer Vests, fine quality cotton, short sleeves or no sleeves, 38 sixes only. Worth easily Si.25 a yard, inches wide, will :i tear, pure white, suit.'iblf1 for und wear, waists, etc. lew lot stripe tab silks These, silks just came to hand Saturday morning, full yard wide, white ground with mauve, rose, sky and blaclt stripes. Just "the tiling for wasii waists. 'New White Dress Voiles On sale Tuesday, Ii6-in. Splash voiles. Seed Voiles, Crepe Voiles suitable for white (tresses or waists." New White Skirtings at Just the thing for separate white wash skirts, new cordu- roys, whipcords, and gaber- dines, full yard wide. nn .WHITE CAMBRIC, strong bleached cotton, extra An value at on sale, 10 yards for -WHITE yard even Art thread, on sale at .5 yards 1 VVHITE MEDAPOLAM.. finest quality, a cotton suitable for most any use, on sale 7 yds. for TWILL NIGHTGOWN CLOTH, for boys' and men's night- 3fi-in. heavy, strong twill cotton, on sale per MIDDY CLOTH, a new satin twill material suitahle for middy waists, etc., very wide, a yard NAINSOOKS, fine, domestic cotton, yard wide, no -j dressing, on sale per yard......-.............. IDC FRENCH NAINSOOK, 40 inches wide, for the finest of sewing, baby dresses, underwear, etc., per yard 65 OUC BRIDAL CLOTH, 40 inches wide, a strong, white cotton, with nainsook finish, a yard E Pioneers anil Engineers Each Secure a Battalions Filling Up Fast PRESENT DRUMS FROM PiiONT. PAGE) "We have had, many men go from here, both Infantry anil artillery. oC we are justly proud, but you are the lirstto carry the name gf 'Letli bridge' on "your badge, and we will follow your career with special interest ami pride. regret that military necessity niay soon remove'you to other train- ters of the Empire, and on tlieir be- half to wish >ou all success. Godspeed and a safe return." Ferine, May 14. (Special to I he Lieut. E.'G. King-well, of the Canadian Pioneers, who has been th in locality since las I Tuesday, left hare yesterday with 37 recruits .for his unit, bound fur Vancouver.- All told Lieut. Kingwell will have 71 men going with him from different In Kasi aiid West Kootenay. lie stated to the Herald representa- tive that the L'ionccrs are wanting 250 men to reinforce the unit at the front UK! that lie expected I he 'full quota [would he secured- by the time he j reached Vancouver with hiti squadron from tin's district. Friday night Major -M. 11. Roar, of I the Canadian Engineers, arrived in jtown and will bo here for a week or !so looking after recruits for his corps. i Major Hoaf is an old timer here, hav- ing been1 on the engineering staff of the C row's Nest Pass Coal Co. for Hovenil years before going to tiie coast to follow his profession In the mines there. Many of the miners hero are well acquainted with the major, and ho expects to get a good body of them to go with him as tun- nelers. About 300 men are needed in this unit and Major Roat' expects to have iiis full number ready to go early in July. Col. Mackay and Capt. Mallanduine, of the 225th battalion, who have been away at Nelson, Grand Forks, Cran- j brook and other places, looking after j recruits for that battalion, returned yesterday morning and report that they have met with encouraging suc- cess on their trip. Adjutant Captain Barnes reports that the 225th has passed the four hundred mark. Ferine leading with 140 men, followed Nelson with 120. Cranbrook and Grand Forks report steady increases in those companies. Friday night a smoker was given the departing Pioneer hoys in Victoria hall, Alderman Jackson presiding. The chairman made a short appropriate address, and Mayor Uphill, who rived late from Coal Creek, also spoke to the departing boys. Most of them were miners, well iltted by occupation for that branch of the service. Sergt. Townsend of the 103rd, well known to all Ferule people, was also in attend- ance and took the direction of affairs in hand along with the presiding offi- cer. Sergt. Townsend reports the 103rd in fine condition, full of expec- tation of being ordered overseas at any moment. The smoker was a most enjoyable affair and the boys left with pleasant recollections of their last night in Ferm'e. The station platform was again crowded with friends pi the departing soldiers to bid them jood-bye. Over 70 men have left within the last two weeks and the 140 in A company of the 225th, that are ready to go upon call, makes another wide gap in the ablebodied men of 'tills town and vicinity. Last night another smoker was in- dulged in for "the boys of the 22iith, which was also a great success. Hugh B. Gilmore, of the WatroUs Engine Works, was a hasty visitor yesterday between trains. Mr. Gil- more was a member of the legislature from Vancouver that went out when the present government went into of- fice. He is an ardent Liberal and re- j ports that there is no hope for any i of the ministers at the coast when the elections are brought, on, in the 'too near future for the government. Lieut.-Col. Duff Stuart, commander of the llth district, has stated that two Vancouver battalions, the two at New Westminster and the Kara- loops battalion along with the 225th Don't Live in the yourself from kitchen worry by learning the food value Of Shredded Wheat Biscuit. You can prepare a most wholesome, nourishing meal in a few moments by heating a few Shredded Wheat Biscuits in the oven to restore crispness; then cover with berries and serve with milk or cream. Made in Canada. NO SLEEP Symptoms of a Run-Down Condition, We Have a Remedy We ask every weak, run-down per- son in Lethbridge to try our Vinol. with the understanding that their money will be returned if it does not re-establish their health. Letters like ing quarters. Our opportunities of Itllc following give us "I am in tho millinery business and seeing the regiment on parade have been very few, but may I congratulate you on the splendid appearance of the battalion on Thursday, wlien we had the pleasure of seeing it on a route inarch. "To those of you in the ranks leav- ilig famines behind, I can safely pro- mise for the Order, which 1 have the honor and pleasure to represent, that will at all times and in all ways do our bust to help them and 'keep the home fires burning' in anticipa- tion of th n time when-the enemy shall vanquished, mid you will return ciovered with glory and honor. have much pleasure, Cpl. Pryce- asking you to accept these drums for the use of the 118th Over- Bens Battalion, Lothbrldge Highland- era, with tho sincere good tljoV Alexander Gait Chapter, Daugh: on my feet'most of the time. I got so weak and run-down that I lost my appetite and was unable to sleep, had a severe chronic cold and lost my col- or. T learned about Vinol through a friend, and within three weeks after taking it T'noticed'an improvement, and soon gained in weight, health and strength. I am recommending Vinol to my friends and they also speak highly of it." Catherine Hoar, West Chester, N.'Y. In hundreds of cases where old fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions havfi failed to restore. strength, and Yiuol has succeeded, because while it contains all the curatives they do, Us good work-is not retard- ed by useless grease" and oil. J. D. Htgitvbothum Co., Limited, Drug- gists, Lethbridge, Alta. Advertise ment. r of this district, be ordered to Vernon camp early in June, -where they will go under canvas and be trained for overseas ser- drilled and vice- Orders to this effect have not yet been issued, but the statement was made public some days ago and orders will. very likely soon be received to that effect. DRY DOCK BUILDING AT Port HEAD OF LAKES BURNS Arthur, Out, May 13. The It means the bakeday smile of perfect satisfaction is PURITyFLPUR building at the plant of the Western Dry dock and Shipbuilding company, In which were housed the pipes, pat- terns and electric departments was totally destroyed by fire, late yester- day. The building was -the only one erty, ami fell an easy prey to the Tho loss is roughly estim The :'h'e will Washington, May United States government is preparing a pro- est characterized by officials as 'very vigorous" against interference vith the mails to and from the United States by Great Britain. A note to this effect sent forward in the near future will take the position that the United Slates can not longer coun- tenance the seizure and detention ot mails .to and .from the United States, particularly those concerning neu- trals. PHONE 1224 E-IINIY Hacke, May is almost completed in this district. Spring wheat and oats are looking excellent. Some of our progressive farmers are beginning to talk about ordering new threshing rigs to take care of the ex- pected bumper crop again this year- Mr. Hugo Weiss was a business visitor here last week, and whil" here he sold his bunch cattle that HF.eke Bros, have been herding fo him for a couple of years. Mr. Bill Hanke has m.ived his hei house over to the far side of his quar ter section. Mrs. Hacke says she ex pects to be more successful in the chicken business in their new loea lion. Mr. and Mrs. Andj' Brown are ugaii on their homestead for the summer. IsTew York, May York ex pressed its attitude on the question of national preparedness today by hold ng the greatest civic parade in the ilstory of the country. An almost countless host of men -and women, tiraatetl at 150.000. representing all walks of life in the nation's metropo is, marched for 12 hours. 20 'abreast, behind bauds playing patriotic airs, through the flag-bedecked streets Hn- sil with hundreds of thousands ol cheering spectators. Ail the1 professions and trades which make up the complex life of the city were represented. Sweepers and Justices In one division were the street sweepers in their uniforms of white, vhile in another were the dignified ustices of the supreme court of New 'ork. There were also the every denomination of wooden construction on the prop- n the nation's greatest city. Lawyers, flames. ated at sult in holding .up the work now in hand i'or about clephrtmeiita. commence at once. in the parl, of the shells were being varnished! one month in some Reconstruction The fire started building where SCOTCH WOMEN AND LIQUOR Glasgow, May 14, via largest demonstration (by women over .held in Scotland occiirred here' yes- terday, when, as a protest against the manufacture and sale of liquor during the war, thirty thousand wom- en, headed by bands, marched to tho greqn where speeches wore made de- riiamHng prohibition. 4, PROROGATION ON WEDNESDAY Ottawa, Muy is general expectation that par- 1 lament will prorogue on Wed- nesday, although It may lie Thursday before tho session is finally concluded. physie.mris. trained nurses, veterans of the Spanish-American were in Hue. But the most popular division was made up of the city's na- tional cavalry and brought up the ;ar. "A National Awakening" declared Major General Leo- nard Wood, in command of the de- partment of tho east, wJio reviewed the parade, "is the greatest argument America has even known in favor of preparedness against elements that at present unknown. It shows an interest in preparedness that amounts to a national awakening. That is what we need. It shows that the time has come to do something in the matter of national preparation." The great civic army began march- ing at 9.30 a.m. and the hist of them iiail not passed the reviewing stand in Madison Square until 9.30 o'clock to- night. SEVEN WAREHOUSES ARE DESTROYED BY FIRE Moncton, N.B., May largo warehouses on tho river front stocked with hardware and groceries were destroyed by fire which broke out at four o'clock this morning. The loss is estimated at with In. B.unviiuo ol' fibout 50 por cent. Mrs. T. B. Martin of MacleoU IK visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. McXicol. MISB Marian MeCambly returned this afternoon from Calgary, where she spent the week-end. The C-. I. A. to tho li. uf K. will meet tomorrow afternoon a.t o'clock at the Red Cross ruoms. Bishop Pinkham, of Calgary, atl- jnimsterod the rite of confirmation to seventeen candidates at Si. Cyprian's church yesterday morning. Mr. A. JI. Rogers was a visitor in Winnipeg tiie latter part of the week and slopped at the Hoyal Alexandra hotel. v The unmarried members uf the I. O. E. are invited to make scrap tomorrow night at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. N. T. MacLeod. Mrs. Tailing has arrived from Has- :t a toon to join her husband, who is he new manager of the Salberg Grain Co. The history and current events de- partment of the Mathesis Club will neet at the home of Mrs. Wolsey, 416 Sth Street South, tomorrow afternoon it 3 o'clock. Mr. Charlie Bryant, Mr. Donald Mc- 1'eer, Charlie Carr, Mr. Douglas McNeil] and Mr.' 'Lyle-Ironsides who spent the weelr-end-at their homes lere, have returned tr, Lethbridge rhere they are members of the 61st Mr. C.- A." Cotterell, superintendent if the C P. R. here, has gone to Cal- gary to meet Mrj.'Cottorcll and fam- ily who are coming from Vancouver to reside.in the city.' They will take up their residence in' the J. R. Palmer house, 5fh Avenue' South. Mr, Arthur llinton, the examiner for the associated.board of the Royal Academy, and .Royal. College of Music, London, is expected to ar- rive In the city.on. Wednesday morn- ing. Pupils -of .Miss Cobbledick and Messrs. Salmon, -Lay.ton and Hughes will bfc pr-eseated. i'or .examination. Ths members, of- .the Daughters of the Empire who attended the Kiltie sports on- Saturday -afternoon were pleasantly -entertained .at tea in the officers' mess room. Owing to the cold many stayed only, for-the presentation of drums to- the -pipo band by Mrs. Robinson on'behalf of the I.O.D.E. Maple Leaf chapter, No. 7, 0. E. S., will hold -its regular meeting tomor- row evening in the Masonic hall when Mrs. (Col.) W. C. Armstrong. W.G.M., will be Members of' other chapters who are in the city are in- vited to be present. is urged to be early in order that the meeting may commence promptly at S o'clock. THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT is that garment washed with it bears the impress of purity; a purity begotten of sweet, cleansing oils, and maintained by absolute clean- liness in manufacture; a purity exalted by the co-operation of workers united for the purpose; a purity demonstrated by the guarantee" which rests upon every bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP. 5c. A subslHutt fur Sunlight is not as food antt never can bf. Insist upon the Soafi. The name Lever on Soap is guarantee- of Purity tod Hxeellcnce. 5c. WILSON MUST'MAKE MOVE TOWARD PEACE IF HE IS'TO WIN Lincoln, -May a signed article published yesterday. William Jennings' Bryan declared the Demo- cratic party order to win the coming campaign "move toward peace" and thereby capture the peace element in the Republican party. He begins his article by quoting from a Chicago newspaper's editorial in which Mr. Wilson is called a minority j president, in that he received fewer j' votes than Roosevelt and Taft com- bined and says the Democrats must' face the facfthat a united Republican party will enter the-campaign with a; popular majority of votes. Continuing -he -says: "To the normal .Republican advan- tage must be -added the disaffection among the German-anti Irish Demo- crats. Without-attempting to decide whether the president was wise or unwise in taking the co.urse that alienated them, the party is confront- ted with the fact that this aliena- tion will cost It a large number of to defeat the party in several close states." Regina, May magnitude of the frauds perpetrated in the high- ways department of the provincial government increases as the inquiry into road graft scandals by the Wet- more commission progresses. The fact that graft Hinges preferred against the road boss, Godfrey at York ton, cover road work additional to 19 fraudulent contracts ana" five bogus day labor es- tablished, this ract being admitted by H. S. Carpenter, acting chairman of the highway board, under cross-ex- amination. Although situated in the heart of the Midland coal fields, Nottingham is experiencing a serious coal famine, owing chiefly to a scarcity of mine la- bor. Winnipeg, May a motion will be made at a later date to quash indictments against Thomas Kelly, parliament buildings contractor, was the statement made before Mr. Justice Prendergast today by Edward Ander- son, K.C., Kelly's counsel. The spring assizes had been postponed until to- day, and Kelly was asked to enter his plea to the charges against him. An- derson said they did not wish .to plead, at this stage, and the case was re- manded to the summer assizes which open May 31. Commodore George Hayes, Liverr pool's most foremost sea captain, died on the 16th Inst., aged G8. Commodore Hayes was called in shipping circle's. the best known man in oouth Ameri- ca." He had made 122 voyages fo_ South American ports. SAYS PREMIER HUGHES HAS LOST HIS HEAD London. May fear the con- scription press. Adulation .of Mr. Hughes has paused the Australian premier to lose his exclaims ;he star in an eclitoral. "We wonder ivhat would happen if a British free- trade leader were to visit Australia and lecture to the Australians on the evils of protection in the same way that Hughes castigated free trade. Protection as a military weapon has Broken down absolutely during tho war.- -We suspect It would prove equally ineffective as an economic weapon afterward." TWO DIRIGIBLES ARE DESTROYED London, May destruction of another Zeppelin Is reported in an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from lopenhagen. It is said the Zeppelin vas brought down off the coast of Norway and that three British des- .royera went in pursuit of It. Toulon, i May dirigible Iml- oon which passed here recently from 'arts fell into the sea off the Sardin- an coast. The six persons aboard all ppear to have perished. The Italian authorities sent a rescuing party, vhich recovered four bodies. These mve been'brought here by a French warship. VAUDEVILLE 4 ACTS 7 TO 9 4 9 10.30 ORPHEUM TONIGHT ALBERTA MUSICAL FESTIVAL To be Held for Tlu-ee Days in LETHBRIDGE MAY 23, 24, 25 COMPETITIONS will be held in ail branches of Muiic. Con- tests will start TUESDAY. MAY 23, at 10 a. m., and will continue morning and afternoon. The local choir competitions will be held Tuesday night, May 23, TWO PUBLIC CONCERTS Will be held evenings of MAY 24TH AND 25TH. AN ORGAN RECITAL On the afternoon of May" 24, from 3.30 to 5 o'clock by Frederick Chubb, Adjudicator. Lieut.-Governor Brett will be present on the evening of May 25th to Prizes Competitors Coming from Many Points in the Province. Cheap Railway Fares from all Points over the Holiday, Thit Is the first time the Festival han been held outside of Edmonton, and the support of the public of Southern Alberta is solicited. SEASON TICKETS for Competitions, Concerts and fl CA Organ Recital. Children, 75c...................... 91.VV General Admission to Competitions. 25c, Children, lOc. Admission to Concerts, 50c, Children 25v. Tickets on wle Kenny Alljn Store. Na Matt. For further particulars apply MRS. N. W. tth Avt. L.thbrfdje, Albtrti.