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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIFTEEN THE" -LETHBRIDGE DAIW ITERALD SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1917 ONE QE OUR NEWEST ALLIES, MME. MENOCAL, OF CUBA  Latest photograph of Mme. Mariana Seva de Menocal, wife of General Matlo G. Menocal, President of Cuba. Mme. Menocal is President of the Cuban Red Cross and she has called a convention to be held in Havana at which 2500 women will bo present. The Red CroaB in Cuba is actively engaged in making great quantities of supplies and surgical dressings. A SONG OF MAY I Cnrao out, come out, my dearest dear Come out and greet the morn, ., The birds awake on dew and brake. He merry, May's begun! Come out and drink the diamond dew, Come out and trend the lea, The world is all awake, and you Aro aH the world, are all the world; to me! ' ' Come Out! * * * � Lieut. R. C. niundolt of life 7Slh battery is down from Calgary lot a few days. * * * A very important but short special meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait .chapter, I. 0. D. ]:., will be hold on .Monday afternoon at .'!.:�) in the Elks rooms. An important communication from the national chapter 1b Ho be considered. � * * Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41. are holding a private card party and informal dance in the Burgman Hall, Tuesday evening, May 2-nd, at eight o'clock. All members are cordially Invited to attend the unmarriod members arc invited to bring a gentleman friend. * * * Mrs. Sherlock, convenor of the waste paper committo, wishes to correct the statemeut appearing in the report of the Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. D, E., in last night's paper, that $48.55 was made by selling the bottles collected recently. $2(5.35 is the correct amount, $48..""j being the total from the sale of both rags and bottles. OF HERALD STAFF Once more the Herald staff was called 'upon to say good-bye to a valued member of the happy family when today" Lewis Cascadden left to join the 7Sth Depot Battery now at Sarcee Camp. Lewis enlisted Friday, came back to Lethbridge to say farewell, returning to Calgary this afternoon. Mr. Cascadden has been circulation manager of the Herald for some time. He' entered the Herald office about three years ago, working steadily up to the-position he held when he loft to fight for king and country. He would have been in khaki long ago, but did not reaah military age until just ra-cently,-,;.' .'"'.! ..... .. Before; leaving, Mr. Cascadden was made the recipient of a gold wrist watch.iijesonted to him by the members oi&'ttie staff as an appreciation of the este'om in which he is held, and London, May 19.-The number of men thus far killed In the war was estimated at seven million by Arthur Henderson, member of the war council, In an address today at Richmond. He estimated the total casualties of the war to be in excess of the population of the United Kingdom. (Population of the United ..Kingdom, according to census of 1911 was 45,370,-530.) OF A London. May 19.-Naval commenta-, tors in the London morning papers that ha "might always remember the t regar(i the fight in the Adriatic as a staff with whom he had worked so long. Mr. J3liscadden belongs to a fighting family. One brother,. Lieut. J. B. Cascajjilfin, has already given his life for th'ei' pause. Another brother, Nelson, has''1 already enlisted in the 78th BatteRj*,.;. Lewis makes tho third of the family to offer. hl|.'services, . raiding dash of the kind the Germans have made familiar in the North Sea. Similar raids have been previously made in tho Straits of Otrnnto with some success notably, last July and December. Drifters It is said are used: as watch, vessels but their tonnage nnd class is not stated. They are described helpless .'against ..attack by destroyers. �? '. i - % During the past few days thej'.fol-lowing,-recruits have been attested at the Victoria Mansions recruiting of-flco ancUhave left for overseas: Can&djan Engineers-P. Falkoski, It. BrooHij F. M. Moody, W. Moses, W. Turnblill, E. T-rembley, R. Shed'er, H. PriceJ/T, Burke, J. Davies F. Curtis, G. A.'Tqdd, J. C. Glenday, A. Hopkins, J. O/t-Moir, H. B. Zieseniss, J. M.-SmithZT. Terborgh, Roy Bide, A. Rod-ford.'f' Army: Medical Corps-W. C. Laing, A. Donaldson, F. Ginther, Jamos RoyceV-R. Fletcher, J. fUtzel,  George SmlthY Rayql Naval Canadian Volunteer Re-aerve-t=G. A. V. Thorpe, G. W. S. Duncan, Wi,- Pendleton, J. C. Swinney. 3 KILLED, 4 WOUNDED IN A RAID ON BANK � Pittsburg, Paiv'May 14.-Three men "we're killed and four wounded at Cas-tle Shannon, a suburb, soon after noon today, when an.attempt was made to rob,the First National bank there. D. A. McLean, cashier^ and his assistant, Frank Erbe, were' :%ot down in the bank by four robbers\-pne of whom was killed later, % ,.'..., ., �. 11 E GRAIN AT MOOSE JAW INTERNAL ELEVATOR Moose Jaw,. Sask., May 14.-The total amount of grain in the Dominion The annual convention of the W. f\ T. U. for the Southern Alberta District was held in the Methodist church Macleod, on Thursday, May 17th. After the ordinary businoss routine, a paper was read by Mrs. W. L. Hamilton of Lethbridge on "Dominion Prohibition and Woman's Suffrage." It was decided to have a copy of this paper sent to each union and to request some of the city papers to publish it. Dr. Dctwiler then gave a stirring address on TravellorB' Aid work. Sho told several touching stories of the experience of friendless girls travelling alone and how when in distress the timely help of the Travellers' Aid had cheered and saved. The White Slave Traffic is no idle myth but its agents are, in open daylight, under various disguises plying their trade on every line in Alberta and every station, however small should have a paid or voluntary Travellers' Aid as a link in the chain of the National Travellers' Aid Association, Toronto supports five Travellers' Aids by soar! wrapper coupons. In the afternoon the devotional service led by Mrs. Dunsworth of Lethbridge. was followed by an address on "The Past and Prosent of the Purity Question,".. by the Provincial.. rfresl-. dent, Mrs. McKinney .of Clar>fht6.mxiL| The speaker said there had been' a.' change of front on this Question/'-Heretofore we wore told to hush whe;ij] certain subjects came up.. Now the; alarming facts revealed by statistic^ from the Canadian arid. British army, had caused general-..concern. At a; recent social service convention threej.j leading citizens were asked to bring. in a report, which was iaidbefore the-, medical association for. ehdorsatiqtti^i This body stated that this report though alarming did not : begin to* touch the fringe of the question. ,"y After two pleasing solos; by ladies'1 of Macleod, an excellent paper on "WK C. T. U: and Social Service" was road,J by Mrs. .Richard. The opening of the ' quostion'-box by Mrs. McKinney brought" out interesting discussion,-. At seven the tired and hungry conf vontion gathered round an. attractive: banquet board and bright' at tor-dinner',, speeches closed, this 'necessary part of the program. " � At the evening session thero were,' splendid selections .by the children'!' choir, addresses' by tho city clergy.^' men after which Mrs. McKinney .-.inf her clever and forceful style spoke hour on the history of the \fa15th Btrept south, have left on a week's motor trip to Coutts, Warner and Mifk niver. j . * * * !Gunner Nelson Cascadden of - the 7�th battery at.-Calgary, Is spending n! few linys'-len'vc with his parents before for PuUwawa, . . '_ About twenty members of the. Wesley Onward Bible clans met at tho homo of Mrs. Clements last night for a social evening. An impromptu program furnished a pleasant etitertaiii-dont and after dainty refreshments die opening was hrouuht to a close. � , ^ 0*0 j Tho Klizauethan room of the Chinook Club was ai" very popular gathering place yesterday afternon, when (/ie Sir Alexander Oak chapter served tea. The decorations on the tables Wore red and yellow tulips. Mrs. Slarnes, tho convenor was assisted' by Mrs. Stacey, Mis* .lesslc Home. MiRR Marlon Mam and Miss Adeline Henderson. A splendid musical program was given consisting of instrumental numbers by Mrs. G. B. Fleming and Mrs. W. .1. Nelson and-vocal koIos by Miss Bessie Hazoll and Miss Dorothy Lewis. *�� � Babies--for'sale: brought a number of eager bidders yt'o the New York Ifrchdnge'for*W�)*hnn's Work, recent-' ly. -when forty-two French orphans were'put'up for sale to the highest hjdder's.T-'The top price was sixty dollars and the lowest twenty-five dollars and seven babies were "sold" to fofjter parents. Tho sale was under the auspices of the American Ouvrjslr Fund, which provided an album with the photograph and history rjof^each child to be adopted, and the selection was, made from these. T;he S(ai'e-will be continued until all toe 42'babies have found American njotheVs. - , 1 1GIAN SOIL VERY SOON Washington, May If).-American ! troops, when they go to the European ! battle front, may buttress the little j Belgian Mine oh the extreme west--! all of;,Belf?iiim that escaped the Oor- | men ,invaders. The war departm"M j today" added nothing to its terse Imlic- i tin of last night, but president Wilson's' statement explaining his reasons for not accepting at this time c Lionel Roosevelt's offer of n division, contained a phrase which has attrae-.-cd much attention. The . President explained that tin: regular army Officers whom the Colonel wanted, to take with his division 'were- nfcedod for the "much .nor  pressing and necessary duty ot training tho regular troop:; to be put in the field in France and Belgium as fast as they can be got ready." So far as Is known that was the first official mention ot putting American troops in Belgium and the sentimental value of sending troops hearing the American flag to the violate 1 soil of the little country has qu'i.kly been recognized. Those who favor it point out that since the United States entered the war to defend humanity against German aggression its troops could be no better employed than in behalf of the most out-raged'o,f all humanity. Buy Candies Tonight at the "Bay" ALASKA MINES MORE VALUABLE � Seattle, Wash.. May 14.-The annual report of William Maloney, territorial mine inspector of Alaska, for the year 1!)1C shows a total mineral production for the territory of $53,000.000, an increase of $20,000,000 compared with 1915. Copper led, with a production of $35,315,000; the gold and silver yield amounted to- $17,100,000; antimony $180,000; tin ore, $110,000, Assorted Dessert Jellies. Crystallized, per lb...... Peanut Squares Per lb.................. Delicious Hand Dipped Chocolates. Lb.......... Orchard Fruit Drops. Per pound .............. Luxura Kisses. Per lb................. 24c 19c 23c 24c 23c Assorted Caramels. Per pound ....... Cocoanut Trinidad Per pound ........ Crndled Figs. Per pound ........ Mcintosh's slabs. Per pound 23c 23c 39c Creamy Toffee in 30c LADIES' WHITi; VOILE WAISTS fi dozen only. Assorted styles. Regular $1.75 to $2.00. Special ..................................... WHITE TA HLE OILCLOTHS �i� yards. I", inches wide. Best quality. Special tonight. Yard ..................................... 1.19 29c FIBRE SUIT CASES Strong lock and clasps. 24 inch and 26 inch sizes. Well made. Regular $1.95. Tonight, each ......... 1.39 TOF?bNTO VOTES FOR COMPULSORY SERVICE i Toronto, May 14.-The Toronto city council'tonight carried unanimously a resolution introduced by Controller Shaw, urging the'; Dominion govern-men�atoHCe tq egforce the provisions Of tlilj!) muitia i.".#el Or adopt some scheme of selective dbnseriplion that will result'' in * the large;^ cghtingdntitts .possible"-, for overseas and othet'-'miflta enrolment'of "as ossible"-ry servicer" QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON ONTARIO _ ARTS MEDICINE EDUCATION APPLIED SCIENCE Mlatng, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical nud --Electrical Engineering. HOME STUDY ArU Coarse by correspondence. Degree with one year's Attendance. Summer School Navigation School Juljrood Au^nafc ' : Dec.mber to April  15 '-'-'l GEO. Y. CHOWN, R�sutr.r MEN'S BLACK GUNMETAL BUTTON AND LACE STYLE BOOTS / A good assortment of lasts to select from. Sizes G to 11. D and B fitting. Tonight, pair.............. 4.79 Best Canned Corn, Special 2 for Canned Peas, 2 lor Dromedary Dates, Special 2 for 35c 25c 25c Best Granulated Sugar, Special 10 lt>. sack. Each........... 1.05 Package Icing-, assorted kinds. Special per package............ 10c rlrieBudsorfs Ban (Toi SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR WEEK "SEALVOF QUALITY" "SEAL OF QUALITY" storage elevator here has been reduc-j peranco sentiment and the work yrjlj ed to 2.682,580 bushels of-which there to be done.  iB 1,927,010, of wheat. During the past Praiyer for our men and the. Nattt week 161,376 bushels of � wheat and ional Autliem brought a very helpful 141,578 d� oats were-shipped.' J convention to a close.-Contributpd:1! _> jt. AsaiirTlcmonstratitig the "Bays" purchasing p ower. Selling' flour at less than present day, wholesale cost and further proving our claim th at we are economists for the people. Fl(mM Week J|#mmences Monday^ May 21st and Continiies until Saturday; May 26th A tremendous saleof flour,together with a bread baking eoi^esi that will create unusual interest in the city. ^;   ^.;-'!-' �-';--� . FLOUR SALE OF W0 SACKS-49 ibSack!:: :: EXTRA SPECIAL PER FLOUR SALE OF 1190 SACKS--49 lb Sack "Seal of Quality" Flour V; t Calgary, Mav 19--Hon, Robert nog-rs, ^Joralnlon minister of public works.^Ieft Ottawa for tho west this morning to endeavor to settle the minenr:; strike according to information r^peived by President Graham of Distrt#'l8, United Mine Workers of AnierJ[^^�"ur, nte. Send 3a itamp, Aulo-Knllkr Hotkm !C.n.) Co,.LU, Dipt. ..'........ $5.00 IN GOLD WILL BE GIVEN ' -1-1_:_ ' ^THE CONTEST RULES___ Ail Customers purchasing.a-49 lb'/iabk or o*er of Seal of Quality Flour will receive a coupon entitling them to enter contest. Then bake a loaf made^from Seal of Quality Flour and send it to the Hudson' Bay Stores on Monday, May 28th. Coupons are all numbered and mupfche attached to loaf of '. I - V' i TT-- bread entered !n contest. No competitor will, be awarded; more than one prize, Competent judges will award prizes. Further particulars will appear; later. 05 ;