Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
Itt.-iOHr THE Lr-rrilBRHX-.K DAILY IIEHALV) PAGE ELEVEN Shoes That Have Prestige The liiie.s we carry lor men, women iiiid children offer you Hie protection I hat comes with famous trademarks. of Known Worth and Guaranteed Mm} "I llnyj in ilio world's standard ol i nood 11. modoraU; oust. You tin d< peud- upon -them .for umiloil nid wear, jusl as youcaii. nil tjh'j ini" i or 22 knrnt. gold. OllMiK, STOCK OFFEliS YOU fini: CHOICEST SELECTION. W. J. NELSON CO. BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA IST0 Selection Between Them and Territorialize The Troops London. May author- j itiea state that Camuliim reinforce- j ttiuiita from ShonicMiTo mid llram- j shott canipK and Hritisli guards a long way the- best trained troops they receive and tlicn; is nothing to pick between the. (iuanl.s und the Canadians. It is understood that General j sard gained many ideas in Krance and ICng'tand, tlte result of which perhaps will revolutionize the of train- ing in Canada. Tim hurk of co-or- dination between jL'anuda, England and France is his chief ground of criticism. It is rumowi that lie may bo employed in travelling from Can-1 ada to'.France as the connect J in. the chain of this ro-ordiiiatibh. GCIK Steele is said to strongly favor tiie territorializing of the Canadian forces that is, he would have recruits j enlist in Canada a.s re-in for cements for a battalion from ihai district at j the front. It is-contended that this j will build up esprit de corps and insure the men lighting among comrades and under officers they know Mij warships nnc leroplanea have bombarded the touh- of t" pt, near the boMer-of and ire believed to line ilesLrojed the there, it was annolmred officially today EH.Arish ib on ttya Tuiklah line of communi- t itions froin to SACRIHCE He was a good little boy and very thoughtful.'; had. heard about the 1 ractice of self Denial and sacrifice during the Lenten season. He. went to Jils mother end flipped his hand into here. Mamma he is that some people give up things they like during Lent9 'Yes, replied his mother. ho presently said, "I'd like to give up something during Lent." His mother gave him a. fond look. v And what would you like to gl_ye np -i kef; said ,in his earnest way, "I tliink I ought to give up bein' U. S. DECIDES FOR BIG -.NAVY Washington, .May de- ciding upon the increase of the navy the house naval commit- tee today voted to abandon the five-year building program re- commended by. Secretary Dan- iels and to .recommend that battle cruisers, to cost each, four scout cruisers, ten torpedo boat, de- stroyers, twenty submarines, one hospital ship and one oil supply shjp, ;and one ammuni- tion ship be built dur- ing the 1917 fiscal year. The committee voted 13 to S'Tin bat- tie cruisers and submarines. NEW CREDITS MEASURE Paris, May Minister Ribot preseiited. to the chamber deputies reassembling today, a measure covering credits for the third quarter of the year. The credits a, gregate francs. Lady Hendrie, wife of the lieut.-gov. of Ontario, sent a cheque for to the women's hospital fund at Toronto Fred Cochrane, formerly oC Brant- ford, was killed by a fall over a preci- pice at Los Angeles, California, while fishing. for Your Week-end Purchases Phone 1113 or 416 McKILLOFS NEXT HERALD OFFICE APPLES APPLES We luivo just received 100 cases extra fancy No. 1 und Homo F.i'ifln.y and Saturday will per bwx v Home Beauty, per box Fl'lUt Oranges, per doz. 15o, 20c, 25c, J40o and 50c LemoHs, large size, per doz. 35c Ba'nSnas, per doz 30c per box 20c Piheapples, each 25c drape Juice, lOc, 25c and 50c Uime Juice, 50c, 75c and 90c Grape Fruit, 3 .for 25c Ua'rge Size, 2 for i 25c :aoc 10c 65c 36c 45c 35c Canned Fisli Salmon, 15c and Oysters, 15c and 25c Clams..............-..., 15c Shrimps 20c GROCERIES Catsuj) Loaf Loaf Meats Soni.BeBf, 30c and psct Uunch Tongue, 30c and rtoa'st' Bsef Hcinr Blue Label Snider's Donalco Libby's 30c 35c 25c 25c Sauces H. P. Sauce i........... Lea and Perrins Snider's Heinz................. 25c 40c 45c 36c iijiu'nibers, 20c and 25c two pounds 35c cjjstt 2 Ibs ____ per Hfrttib'arb, pfir Ib 5c Cjifiga'ge, 3 Ibs 25c Lotlucc Radishes and Onions. Prunes, in sealed tins, 5 Ibs. nett 75c Sandwich bottle 30c Olives, in bulk, per pint 25c Peanut Butter, pet Ib. 30c Pea Meal Bacon, per Ib. 30c Boiled Ham, per Ib....... 40c Limburger Cheese, per Ib. 35c Brick Cheese............. 40c Cranberries, per Ib.........20c GRDCKERY and GLASSWARE Allison Chary About Giving Evidence (C'GNTINUElJ FROM, IVKONT P.4GE) "In tiie United. "Yes, 1 never bought anything Canada.'1 Mr. Hellmuth asked ACTIVE IN BALTIC inent lie had for remuneration. ness said none. "What (iid you "Nothing from Gen. Hughes." "Vou went to manufacturers and got prices. Did you make any arrange- ment with them to secure a. commis- sion on orders which were placed with "Not at that time." Witness stated that the orders -in- Stockholm, May 17, via London. May German steamer Hera Was sunk this'morning off Landsort, in the Baltic. Sufficient time was giv- ,en the.crew..to leave the ship. Although 'the weather was rough, all on board were saved. The sub- whnt arrange- f marine activity .has stopped the move- Southern Alberta Grown Meats for Lethbridge People Always Your dinner always a success wlien our choice fresh meats are on the menu. This week ail lines are complete. TURKEYS, DUCKS, CHICKENS, LAMft, VEAL. MUT- TON. BEEF. PORK. ALL FIRST QUALITY DELANYS, LIMITED PHONE 452 ment of numerous. German vessels with cargoes of iron ore now at Oxloe- and .other, ports. The smiting of.the Hera marks the first activity of firitish submarines in the Baltic this season. The Hera left Stockholm on Tuesday to take on tons of iron'ore at Oxloesuud. captain was ordered on board the considering the submarine contro- submarlne with the .ship's papers and rerey with the United States closed, What the Press Agents Say was taken prisoner! j has determined to make no response ing received a .warning. NOBLEFOKD NEWS eluded cartridges. He secured prices on these and other things. "Was the war office requesting by a Russian submarine south these things through Gen. Hughes, or Landsort yesterday after hav. suggesting he should get for "I think they wanted to find if they were procurable in the United States and at what price. 1 don't think they were'for Canada." i Nbbleford, May special 'Did you suggest to the maaufac- Mothers' Day Cervices at Nobleford turers at any remuuera- ond Newlancis last Sunday were very A good 'congregation as- spmbled at Newlands in the afternoon stated-he had come to Ot-fiUiere a special sermon was preached. evening service at Nobleford According to the Bugens the last American note upon the the German steamer Hera was tor- subject. Information to this effect is contained in confidential advices re- ceived here from Berlin. tawa later to see General Hughes and At the to report. WAS.REFLOATED Sydney, N.S., May grain- laden steamer Rnnisbrook, to Quebec with erain, which has been ashore at Tableland the last two days, was re- floated today and is believed to he undamaged. At the Empress The great Bluebird- will be shown tonight an tomorrow night at the This, is a story, replete drama'tic in cidents and thrilling romance, tha tells of revolutionary trouble in Mex ico, and it is a feature, spiendidlj produced that will fascinate from be ginning to end. -.The-BlueBird fea tures ars always welcome in ASQU1TH LEAVES CORK Cork, May Asquith's conference with the Irish leaders hen Nothing About Pay "WMt arrangement, if any did -you nake with the parties from received information as to what was be your "None at that time." Following' that the British gpvern- nent placed contracts for purchases' vith the people he had seen. "When these were made, did you eceivc any remuneration from the leople who. supplied the "None at that time." "Did you have any arrangement fitli "No." "Did you contemplate at that time etting any remuneration from the eople who were selling1.'" "Not on anything bought by Gen. Ughes for Xaaada." "But these weren't for Canada. Did )u contemplate any remuneration "If arms and for ie Canadian army that would was ''mother The school' jnstea two hours thjs nfternoon. He bouse .was profusely decorated with .flowering plants, which helped to make the services very attractive. The musical .portion the services helped by a quartet by Mrs. C. S. Noble, Mrs; Marsh and Messrs. Buchan and Marsh, and a solo by Mrs. Marsh, assisted in the chorus by Mrs. C. S. Noble and Mr. Buchau. The day was exceptionally fine. Quite a lot of grain is being., ship- ped now that the rush of seeding is ever, and with the many teams lined up at the elevators and the stores, the town has quite a, busy aspect. The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. bte- wart on Thursday and practice was begun for the entertainment to he given in the near future. An accident happened this week to 1 the town well used for drinking water, for accidents happen in the best of regulated towns. The worst feature of the trouble was that the day after the well broke down the wind tool: a notion to quit also, left Cork at 6.30 o'clock. NEW STRENGTH FOR LAME BACK, auadian business, but if for the.war; und the windmills on the other wells would not work steadily. Nobleford I.eople, however, do not magnify troubles, but set to work to right ftice that would not be. Is that the istinction you "Yes." "You say that 'at that' time you did ot arrange for any remuneration for letter Tdte of Lono-looked-for Prescription. Uear Mr. Editor suffered forn lame back and a constant tired worn-out feeling. At times I wai nimble to stand erect and searcelj able to get around. It would come on 'at first with crick in emal of my back. 1 took one box of Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets and my bach commenced to get better soon aftei starting to take them. I did nol have to walk doubled over as I did before using the "Anuric." It is the beat remedy I have ever taken for what it in intended to relieve. I hope .those who are in need of snch a remedy will give the "Anuric Tablets a triai. (Signed) A. G. DRAKE. The United Fanners of Alberta yourself. Did you subsequently arranged that next Sunday shall range for any remuneration oil that j be observed as Farmers' Day. Tb cartridge [various locals in this district hav. Witness hesitated. "Yes" he said, "subsequently." "Is there any reason why we should not know what your share of the commission "I don't propose to give any of my private business at said the wit- ness. The commissioners smiled at each other, hut did hoi speak. taken the idea up and special have -'been arranged 'for next Sabbath afternoon.and evening. The tnorm'iiB service at Nobleford will be Every package of "Anuric" is sure to h.-.d at 11.Of aim., the suhject being be Pierce's. Yon will find the NOTE: Up to this time, "Anuric" has not been on sale public, but by the persuasion of many patients and (lie increased demand for this wonder- ful healing tablet, Doctor Pierce .has finally decided to put it into the drug stores of this country within immedi- ate reach of all sufferers. Sitnply ask for Doctor Fierce's Annric Tablets. There can be no imitation, Need of Today." Newlands ser-1 signature on the package just ns you do on Dr. Pieree's Favorite Prescrip- Queen Mary paid an unexpected visit lo the Woolwich Arsenal canteen and Insisted on pouring out tea and selling penny slices of cake and bread and butter to the men. This condes- cension had on unexpected result. Many of the men would not eat the cake thus obtained, preferring to take It away as a momento. The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 will be held at 2.30 instead of A 11 for this day. Farmers liave lo jiUeiuI from the Kelio local.; ilie sermon will deal specially with problems our farmers are facing and If the day is fine, Mrs. Marsh will be the soloist. Rev. C, Marsh will also preach to the Twelve-Mile Coulee 1J.F.A. local by invitation, at. 4 p.m. In (lie evening at Nobleford the service will bo of a special na- ture and suitable music is being ar- ranged. A hearty invitation is given to ail farmers to attend one or other of these services. The services have been arranged after Invitations Ironi the various locals concerned, and it is hoped that all farmers will bo loyal to them. A number of new clmirs have been purchased to increase the accommo- dation at the church services here. REORGANIZATION BILL PASSES THE U. S. SENATE Washington. May senate after-an all-day debate agreed tonight to the conference report on the arraj- reorganizatlon hill without a vote. The house Is expected to approve' the report witMa a day or two and send the first of the Wg national defence measures to the president tion, the ever-famous friend to ailing women, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Med- ical Discovery, proven by years fo be the greatest "general tonic. Send 10 cents to Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for large trial package. At any rate don't, give up hope oi oeing cured of your malady until just a few dosee of "Anuric" havn proven that it will make you feel like a different person. insert this letter in conspicuous plaoe in your paper. At Stai'land The week-end program at Starland Is an especially'Interesting- and .In- structive one. The feature, '.Defen j ders !vE our Empire" is perhaps the fines t picture ever taken of Britain's array, r.avj and aerial fleets. These pictures were taken by special auth- ority of the British and actually show all branches of the service in action. In addition to this feature, anothei of the Paramount Travel pictures wil be shown. This will be a trip on a hand car from an elevation ,pf feet in the Andes to the eoasO Charlie Chaplin will be shown In "His Musical and Miss SIram and Mr. Fleming will sing a duet. At the Orpheum An entirely new program of pic- tures will be shown at the Orphe.um tonight. The fo.ur acts of good vaudevi billed for tomorrow and .Monday night are among the best on the road. They include Mr, and NTS. Keeriaii.- who. have a splendid comedy act, Sey- mour's happy family, a group of traiii- dogs; Ttlie! Grazier, a very bril- liant musician who plays the piano and several brass instruments with wonderful effect, and. lastly, the Box Car Duo, a clever couple iu tramp costume. Don't fail to see this show. At the Majestic When you go to a performance and laugh yourself almost sick and come away afterward still laughing, and at the same time hold your own self- respect, you may count on it you have seen a genuine comedy that is bound to be a success. Just auch a play is lolm P. Siocum's delightfully droll and :unefully exquisite musical gem, "No- jody Home." New York clung to it for nearly a year. Boston not let it go for three months and every- where else the managers either want he engagement extended or an im- mediate return. Only quality bring ,hese results and "Nobody Home" Is :ull of it. The local date for this at- ;raction will be June 3rd at the Ma- icstic. W. P. Miles, a prominent seed mer- ihaut of Wellington, died very sud- lenly at the telephone office there rom heart trouble. TAKE, FEW CAPTIVES; AN AUSTRIAN OROER FOUND Paris, .May Havas Agen- cy's Rome correspondent, sends a semi official communication, issued at Rome, which protests at the treat- ment of Italian prisoners. The com- immicatiou gives the text of an order by Gen. S. Borovieh, commander of the Austrian forces on the Isonzo front, which was found on. a captur- ed Austrian officer. The order says: "Troops on the southwest front should make as few prisoners as possible. No one should shake hands with Ital- ian officers." TWO MOTHERS TELL How Their Sickly Children Were Made Strong and Well "For six years our little girl suf- fered from, a bronchial trouble, she liad no appetite, could not sleep and was so nervous we had to keep, her out of school. The doctors said noth- ing but a change of climate would help her. We were discouraged, when one day a friend asked us to try Vih- ol, and after taking six bottles she does not ioqk like the same child. She has a fine appetite, is lively, healthy and well, and Vlfaol did it all." Mrs. F. E. Hufford, 'Another child made strong: "The 'measles left my little gir.l thin the doctor's medicine' did .not 'Beem to ouild her up.- J read about Viriol and got a bot- and-her improvement was -rapid, her strength returned and she is now as well as ever." Mrs. E. Linof, Pitts- burg, Pa. We ask every mother of a frail, sickly, ailing child to try Yin- ol ou our guarantee to return their money if it-rloes not restore her child's norms-! health. ,T. D. Higiubotham Co., Limited, Druggists, Jjethbridee, Nothing homemade PURITY FLOUR "More Bread and Bolter Look and Feel Glean, Sweet and Fresh Every Day flra brnWiit to wiih cut polwni. Life is not merely to live, but tp Ive well, eat well, well, wori well, sleep well, look well Whil a tiorioui condition to mod tow very easy it is. 1C one adept Ike morning inside Folks who are accustomed to reel dull ind heivy wheo they irUe, iplit- Ing headache, ituffy from a cold, foul tongue, nasty breath, -acid atojuach, oan, instead, feel at fresh as dally by opening the sluices ot the nyftcni ach morning and flushing out the whole of the. Internal poisonous int matter. BVeryone, whether ailing, sick, or well, should, each morning, before ireakfast, drink a glass of real hot. water with a teaipoonful of limestone phosphate In It to wash from the tomach, llvar, kidneys and howels the. irevious day's Indigestible waste, our bile .and poisonous toxius; thus ileanslng, sweetening and purifying he entire aUmentary canal before putting more food Into the stomach, "he action of hot watw and limestone phosphate on an empty stomach, Ie wonderfully Invigorating. It oleaia out all the sour fomentations, gases, and acidity ana fivei one ti splendid appetite for breakfast. While' you are enjoying your breakfast water and phosphate Is quietly ex- tracting a large volume of water from, the blood and getting ratdjr thorough flushing, of alt the orrans. J. D. Hlginbotham Co., LimUtt, Di'.iBglatK. Lethbrliige, .Alta.