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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1POE DAILY H E nAVP_ PAGE FIVE KVLANDS CO.. THE BUSY STORE 32 in. Colored Pongee .ffffls on Sate Wed'day i per Yard Ladies' Rubbers, 75c Ladles' Rubbers, Maltese brand sale 1-er Pair Rood serviceable Urribrellu for ladles or men; v'al- wBw Or 'muiBb ui men, lOC ues up to for COMPLETE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BLUE RIBBON WEDNESDAY MORNING -A TRIUMPH IN VALUE GIVING Serviceable Percale ffouse Dress, for i new Print, Percale and Gingham House Dresses will he tomorrow at this low price. They are well made ami the QQC brand on sale styles are right. Sizes M to 44- Whlle they last Li Bathing Suits LadiM' Two Piece All Wool Lus- tre Bathing suits, navy trimmed with white braid; sizes 34 to 40. Special value at tp CQ at per Try Blue Ribbon Tea. We know .Von w. be deiighcil withMtV.VJii fact jour grocer si-lls it oii a strict, guarantee of Soltl. .Kvci'y 98c ________ Middy Waists, New .lack Tar Middles, made from heavy twill material, three new styles. Special for Wed- nesday; all sizes; CQ Price each w fhe New Wash Suits here. Price starts 50 J1.50, M.90 and up to Baby Vests for 35c Infa'nts' Vests, Realien or button tront style; a special line on'aale Wednesday Ladies' Bal. Vests Send this with 25. cents to Blue Ribbon. Limited. Winnlp.g, for the Blue'Ribbon'Cook Book. The best cook book for o.e in Western Canada. name znd address plainly Ladies' medium weight Balbriggan Underwear; just the weight for this weather; Vests 35c; Drawers 50c; and A Combinations at r; Vww Your Summer Style O with Any Pattern O 'good for any pattern. _ __ Dressmaking Department, Room 1, Upstairs Officers and Teachers of Wesley School Tile following arc the officers and teachers ot the Wesley BiV.e school, who were elected Friday nislu, and were installed at the snecial service on Mrs. J. W. Kipp, missionary super- intendent; -Mrs. M. S. Kaake, temper ance superintendent; .1. A. Living- stone, secretary; Vernon Redmond, assistant secretary; .lames lientcn. 11- brairlan and treasurer; T. S. Fetterly. chorister; A. 11. Lyons, pianist; Dr. J. H. Rivers and G. A. Sanderson, exec- utive; K. W. Guess, superintendent; HesvG. M. Cobhledlck. pastor. Dr .1 E. Lovering, teacher, Wesley Onwards; K. P. Stewart, teacher of geography. M. Iv Kaake, president, Wesley Onwards. Mrs C E. Brandow. teacher Pro- theon'A.B.C.; Mrs. G. R. Diion, presi- R. II. Oobson, teacher, Wesley 'Men's E. E. Dntton. president. Mrs. .lames llarnes, superintendent ot Cradle roll. Beginners' N. C. buhns. uperintendent: Miss Stella Agar. as- istant superinlenrieni. Primary A. w. ;ress superintendent-. Miss Vua leave and -Miss Pearson, assistants; ,Hss Relia Kaake and Hiss Hil-la Jas- per, teachers. .lunior J. erlv, superintendent: Misses I. i.niio- H. Toombs. D. Pound ai-. 1 Jlet- lames Hicks and Mitford, and 0. H. Daniels and N. S. Slibbs, teachers. Mrs Daly, wiic oi Captain Daly oi the 31st: Mrs. Manir, and Mrs. I '4mv whose husbands an- uthcers in (he at Calgary, sailed for Kng- land by Hie Transylvania lasl Doctor and'Mrs- William c. Anglill oi Kingston. Ont., announce thr cn- eagemc'nt oi their second daughter, Stisie Claire, to Mr, McLaren hwart. B Sc of Medicine Hat, Alia., the The district court opened morning for the May sitting, Judge Jackson- presiding. There are some twenty-three cases on the docket. This, morning the case of G.ay vs. Marjerison was disposed of, the judg- ment being given to the plaintiff, for data and costs. C. F. Harris repre- sented the plaintiff and Mr. Marjeri- son appeared in person. The casivof the Lethbridge Iron Works vs. the Marlnaro Macaroni Co. was com- menced this morning, Conybeare Co representing the plaintiff, and 1) H. Elton the defendant. The following is the list o.! the cases for. this month. Several cases have been set over till next sittings These are also mentioned Large Debt Alliance Hail Association vs Pal mer Works vs. Rock Spring' Brick anil" Coal Co.; McCurdy vs. Cochenthaler Whitby vs.. Olsen Law vs Dunn Werner Piano Co. vs. Montalbetti, (standing over pending Chorlenko vs. McDonnell; Great North Ins. Co. vs. Steed el, al., (standing over till next C'orenblum vs. Pelletier Goodman vs. King's Hotel Co. Small Debt Hoaglin vs. Bowe, (standing_ over nest Owen vs. (standing over till next White T. Sheetz, et .all., (this case having hecn called three times, the case was civen lor plaintiff of claim and Ill-own vs. Legg, (standing over till next Wendlebow vs.-Popham Duncan vs. Harris, (struck Appeals McClennan vs. Simmons Johnson vs. Hodges Anderson vs. Hodges. Ottawa, Ont, May advisability ol Canadian farm- ers growing large crops of flax in view the condition created by German occupation of the flat growing areas in Belgium and Northern France, is urged in a statement issued hy the Agricultural department. It states that the crop of {lax for seed as well M for fibre is to he far below the av- erage this year on the contin- ent. This: offers another ex- traordinary opportunity to the Canadian farmer in the west. Mr. and Mrs. Adolpli H'-ck. "i C-al- garv formerly of Frankfort. Uv.. announce the engagement oi then- daughter, Anna Emile. to Laptam Hew Grant -Jlst Battery, iith Brigade C.I-'.A., of Calgary, lor- merly Ler.noxvllle, Que. L'apt. loch- ranc sailed with the ".frond contin- gent from Montreal ir. Keliruary. S Calgary Albsrta Mr. Justice and iMrs 'C Siiiult leii yesterday for iToro'nlo and New York.' At the con- j vocation of Toronto I niversity the {last of this week, JudBe Stuart will receive the honorary degree oi LL.D. (Mrs. Stuart will remain in the cast i for a couple of months. tiic last regular Hireling oi the Knox Guild, held in the school room joi the church last night. A- u- irvin' read a vsry interesting papfl on "The History oi ilic Hebrew Race." The meeting was largely at- l-nded and showcd..thcir appreciation of the paper by their rapt attention. Madrid, May news from Lisbon fried late last night says that order has been there Scnor Chagas, although seriously wounded, has improved somewhat and was able to talk with political asso- ciates. The Spanish cruisers Hio de La I'lata and Extremadura and the Spanish gunboat Recalde have, arriv- ed at Lisbon. The Portuguese, gov- ernment Issued a manifesto eiplam- ms that their presence merely for the protection of. Spanish ship- ping. The 'Spanish legation is guard: ed hy.ijvfj? marines. Passengers On Transylvania Tell of Torpedo London, May .16, p. ro. The unard line steamer Transylvania which arrived at Glasgow yesterday Vew York, encountered a sub- marine oft the .northwest coast of reland at about o o'clock Saturday afternoon according to the. statement of passengers who arrived in London today. Thev say the submarine, appeared t a distance estimated af variously 400 lo 800 yards away. The peri- scope and part of -the coning tower were in sight for several minutes Che Transylvania's captain immedi- ately steered a iig-zag course unli danger was past Some of the passengers declare tha submarine discharged a torpedo the Transylvania and that saw a white streak of foam marking the coursc-of the -projectile. This is disputed by others, who say sucl statements' a" imaginative Many o the passengers were below and knew nothing of the incident at the time It is said that all who v-ere on. behaved wilh the. greatest coolness. "You Don't Look Right, Jones" Errors of living, among which lea or coireo-.lrinldng is one of Hie mosl common, has .Urrcrt Ihe New orK Heallh Department lo prepare bookie, or for indoor workers, and among oilier wist- bils ol advKi. this booklet says: i "Bracers are harmful- This applies to the use of tea, coH'ee and alcholic beverages." Sound advice! All over Canada, for years, lot, and coffee drinkcra. indoor ami out, prompied; by enlighlened by science, have goiter, of let. ami coflci troubles by changing !o USE GASES TOO London, Kit; chener the House of Lords this afternoon that the British and French govern- ments felt that the allied troops must be adequately pro- tected againut poisonous gases by the employment of similar methods 'Ihwe would remove the enormous and unjustifiable advantage which mint other- wise exist. pure food-drink. Poslum, made of cl.oiccsl wlict.1 and por- lion of wholesome molasses, has n delicious snappy vel contains no caffeine (Ilic liarniUil lirug in lea any oilier linrn.l'iil eieni..-nt. Poetum conies in two forms; Poiium 'Cerejl-t'lie original. fpi-ni-muM he well boiled. I5c and 26e packages. Initant soluble form-is -prepared in the cup. A teaspoonful in a cup of hot water makes a delicious di.nk in- stantly. 30C and 60c tins. Both kinds are-equally delicious, and the cost per is about the same. "There's a Reason" for Postiim MAOK IN CANADA --sold bj Grocei's, Canadian.Postum Cereal Co Lid shop on Wednesday mornings, the am of thi am o wind0w-thcy .re well worth your Shop Early! The Following Items are on Sale Not on Sale in the Afternoon 7c HIGH GRADE Three biuli grade wards of twenty diCferent pat- terns Kilil S" i'K'hes Come lu Hili' llark hms in stripes, polka ciols and many neat effects. Choose from them Wednesday murmiiB "J Q per yard............... 9c CurtainScrims Lovnly Scrims v.iih i olort'il derc. also one viwi: plain ei'ru rol- :on' voile AViiuloiv Scrim; widths. Just 'four pieces in all is your .-hnnci- 11) procure a rlioiip drai nosday moraine ii'ir yard... 49c Corsets This linn of Lailli's' 10 "i> cm salt'- ol sood iH'Cday 17 c Men's Socks llen'ri Summer Hosiery, maiie "I line (Hiallty Silk Lisle. !'omc in plain, also embroidered s-ood wearing and handsome. Col- ors are tans, blacks. iiul Wednesday .morn- 4 T 1.95 Ladies' Skirts Final daarancf of Ladies' all told. Tin; materials include Rod- ford Cords and Surges in a love- ly range of colorinss and de- All neaily tailored. Val- ues 10 S.S. C1 morning Ladies' Shoes Thin popular model In Ladies' Ouimielnl Boots lo so on sale. Style is Muchcr, high grade leath- cri-well made throughout. The I.est valuas we have tfj> CA offered tiiis season 20c DOZEN FRESH EGGS WiUi 1 iioiiiul of Hudson's Tea we will sell 20 pound sack of Pure Cane Sugar for S 1.45 SWIFT'S HAMS PER POUND 23c The meetings..ot the. Guild during the summer months..Kill be held in the form of a social ey.eiy two vvw-ks. The local Council of Women held its econd icnoval meeting yesterday M- ernooirin the Y.X1.C.A. auditorium. Irs Sherlock.presided. G-eneral titisi- less was dealt, will! and nothing (V great importance was discussed. of U the regular meeting ol the Wesley Epworth league, last night it n-as decided to hold the last regular meetine on Monday. May 31st, and that alter that date: the meetings ciurine the summer months will be held in the form of a monthly social. Miss Way and Mr. Petrie contributed ilclighltul numbers to the program District Meeting of Methodists Macleod Tories Elect Officers Macleod. ineel- ing of the Macleod Conscr.vatH'e asso- cialion held on Saturday, the fo11o_w- ing officers were-elected for the en- suing '_ President, Colin. Macle'oil. 'firsi vice- president, 11. Brighl-.'secotifJ vlce-pre- sideni T Leather: secretary-treas- urer. George ScoYfga'irrexeciiiiv'e.com- mittee, D. .1. ,1. L Fawceu, R. H. Billiard; ,f. S. Sailhe h. Greenwood. Norman Grier, 10. QulcU. H. G. Long. R. jrcNah.ii-nd'jr. Bailey. The annual district, meeting oi the I.ethbridec- district of the Methodist church Js being hejd today and to- morrow at Wesley hall. Following is the list of ministers and laymen from the different southern Alberta points in attendance Rev. A. Earner, Supt. 01 Missions for Southern Alberta, Hev. F. Boothnml, and Laymen Judson and Mr. Pymis and Lavma'n Welsh, Barons; Rev. .1. Howie., Coaldalc Hev. Rlldd ami Lavman Harris, Rctlaw Rev. Faulk- ner, Iron Springs Rev. R. cis, and l.aymaii .1. Torrance, West- minster church, city and Rev. G. II Cobbledick and Layman A. Hamilton, Wesley church, city. 6000 ARMENIANS ARE MASSACRED London, May thousand Ar- menians have been massacred at Van. in Armenia. Asiatic Turliey, according to dispatch received in official ters in London through.the Russian consul, this is dated May in. It adds that the Armenians are defending themselves to the utmost against; the Turks and Kurds arrayed against them hut that help is urgently ueedell. Implement Cases in Supreme Court Two very cases were dis- posed of at the supreme court ycs- irrfcv. Until involved suit for tlii- paiil balance on farm machiuerv. The- i first case was the Anltman i 1 ayloi i Machinery <'o. vs. litiertiii and IVuir Jepson, Adams and Brown, a U'alsary firm, represented the piam- Uiff. fincrtin was not represented. U. I s Hall acted for Grote. Mr. Justice Shnmons fiave iudgnienl for the plain- tifl, the defendant paying the costs of the court. In Hie allernoon the case 01 .Men- A Shepard vs. Kelli, et. disposed oi. This! case diliercd from the former one in that the claim was made bv the defendants that the ma- i-hinen-'which hail been purchaser! defective and had failed lo mea- sure rip to the standard claimed tor 'it Mr Adams, of Muir, Jepson Co was the lawyer for the plaintiff, Messrs Palmer Lewis acted for this defendant. This judgment was given in iavor of the plaintiff. Second Canadian Division Crosses Ottawa, May minister, of militia -Major General Sam nnounced toniRlit -that the second! Canadian.! division has landed safely i in England anrf lias gone to Shorn- it will be temporarily quartered 'prior to faking its place with the lirst division on the Flan-1 dcrs front. i The second contingent, says Oener-; al Hughes, in all hut rille is fully up. to the standard of the c first and is a magnificent body.of! men. The practise as-! siduously, al the butts during Us slay in {England. U S. HAS 10 PLUNGERS READY' FOR BRITISH Boston, Mass.. May sub- marines, which (.he Fore River Ship- builtlins Corporation is constructing at, Qtilncey for the British government, will be launched nest month, within five months of the time the keels were laid down, It-was learned today. The trial trips will follow soon after, and the boats could be ready for commis- sion by July 1, although they are not to be delivered until after the war. SOLCIER OETS FORTUNE London. Ont.. liam-Smith! of the 7th Battalion, has Din-chased his discharge to leave for London England where he has been left a fortune of bv an uncle a colonel In in Indian leglmenl, re centh action Bite One! TPNSTANTLY the full, fresh flavor of true tU peppermint is released from its air-tight candy-coated prison, Every ffihirlrt is a sealed treasure-house of stored-up delight. Get a 5c. package TO-DAY at your nearest candy counter. MADE in CANADA CANADIAN CHrJKlNC rUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO ;