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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY H it A C D...... PAGE FIVE, THAT WE ALWAYS MAINTAIN THE We hold in this due to the laol- thai it Has InnU nplry good service and, the Bupenoi: Qualil.x ol Nothing too good for Denny's customers. before AVB will handle .it, -'v- our 11 iirts lo UK.' We handle nothing but Local Produce and 6dr Guarantee it >t .the .back of all goods we sen. WEEK-END SPECIALS Fresh Caught UUc Wliitclish (Just out of the wnier) Dominion Experimental Farm Heel' 'render and'Delicious and Choice Fed Mutton and Port; DELANY'S LTD. PHONE 452 Government Willing to Aid in Obtaining Water Supply for Farmers of the South The-council of tlic l.clhliridRC board of trade was favored with a visit from two members of the provincial legislature, lion. Charles Stewart, minister of public works, uuil K S. I.eftingivell, M.I'.I1., at their weekly luncheon'at-noon yi-sterihy. Mr. Stewart, expressed Ins pleasure these reservoirs with mnenl al the beginning of the season, to which Mr. Stewart replied by giving bis assur- ance thai the government would be clad to stand the expense of experi- menting lo Hud a solution for this problem. .Mr. l.cflingwcll told ol the way he and r cd -il the prospers of a good crop. constructed in somi! .loca, 'Referring to the Kick-hen case in this n.elhod to bold the water as progress at Calfian Mr. Stewart very successful He recommended .lie -6 ds on the load convinced that Vlrclt whatever of irrigation beilip, a complete success in the districts south and east of I.cth- slated thai lie there was no quest in tie msuicih SOUM. ..mi v. briiiKc as he hud ample evidence to to co-operate with Hie that efiect, the govern- goveinmeiit in MIA liv York, X.Y., May story i of how one-woman passenger of the Lusitania, holding onto a raft with one hand, vainly "tried to'save the life of her Infant child.' was told by Captain Passow, of IK6 American liner St. Paul which arrived from Liverpool today The St. Paul passed the scene of the'dlsastcr -10 hours after the Lus- itania 'sank. "it 111.30 Sunday morning last, no said "we first sighted wreckage. It consisted chiefly'of rafts, upturned lifeboats, deck chairs and deck fit- tings it was over an hour before we !'finally passed out of the' field or wreckage. We were, at that time 20 miles'southwest of Old Head of Km- sale. Clinging to Raft "We passed within forty feet of one of the rafts. Clinging to the edge of it with her right hand was the.body of a woman. In her left arm, held tightly to her breast, was an infant. Her right hand was still stiff, and the ac- tion of the waves failed to shake it loose.. Each wave that passed over the raft submerged the infants body, but it came up again as the wave i passed by. We were so dose that we I couW distinctly see her features i- "It was hazy weather at tne time. I'We did not stop; :but sent a wireless message ashore, giving the position of the bodies. I "Just before sailing, 1 received Men's Bathing Suits 75c With Boys' Bathing Suits 50c Boys' Shirt Waists 40i; Also Finer Lines at 85c. Boys' Fine Tweed and Serge Suits at Low Price? at f'oiiio hi itiul look llieui THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. Something .different! LUX is the very essence of the finest soap, in flakes. Its use adds to the life, of woollens, flannels, filmy laces and all dainty fabrics. dissolves readily in hot water and breaks into a foamy, cream-like lather which cannot injure the finest garments or the smoothest hands. It coaxes rather than forces the dirt out of clothes and adds a new note of refinement to wash day work. LUX -softens thi; hardest water makes the bath a luxury and the shampoo a delight. Sold everywhere at 10 cents. Sample to Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto. Made in Canada. 20 Years' Reputation Back of vanliug from the British Admiralty md took the mid-channel eo.ursc around Ireland. 'We did not see any submarines." At the .time, the St. Piail passed through the wreckage, the passengers j were attending: divine service. Very 'ew passengers were ou the deck.'Am- j ong the latter were Miss Jean Cabel i O'Neil; William Potter, former .Minis- I er to Sir Frederick Max- well. Chief justice of the Leeward Is- lands. The other passengers, bearing the cries of those in deck, rushed rrc-nl the saloon, where the divine service was being held. "Perfect Peace" at Sea According to Miss O'Neill, the ex- pression on the face of the woman j clinging to the raft was one of "per- fect peace." "Close to the she said were the bodies of', three small child- i ren tiny bod- j les rising and-falliug with the waves." I The bodies were quickly lost to sight, and llle. passengers iheti went hack to the saloon, where the divine service'was continued in a subdued atmosphere. The St. Paul also brought over the body of Captain' Xlh'ert tJiirither, who died oi; after his ship, the American tanker Gulf Light, had" been' sunk by u German submarine. H was 'taken to his home in N.J. That means high'quality all'tlic and cMilains the demand on iniTcabing. trj it. Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The .best cook book _ i- -Western Canada. Write name and t A Cardston Detective Catches in booze and suit cases contain- COMPULSORY SERVICE MAY BE NECESSARY London Mu 19-Itephing to a demand fiom seven! incmhcis th-it compulson mil, tan seru-e should ne adopted Uaiokl I Tennant un- der sccietm oi Mate 101 v, ir said in the house of loimnons tins that the Bmi'.h wa'fuin alive to the neces'vh 01 mohiliTinc; all tor tLc con duct oi the war There were a number ot persons, he added, who did not realire, the 'inm DI the s illation hut the tiouio I should' weigh well all considerations; i before 11 made any attempt to cui- ihaik on i ol compulsorv set- 'nce II would onlv le with .clue i lance tint the irovctnmenij would uu- balk on inch a policv The government however vlr Ten nani said in conclusion realized that such -i step liughl bei-olae necessau He appealed to the house not lo I press him to more than that Ca.dslon friend. bv the, name of Cope of Spring t oulet paid the neccssi, ransom t oulet paiu tue neiTsvii v 13-BootlCfcteis in McCain was 1 t ftc I lending to take advantage ot ln admonishment to make tact that Cardston is ib a 11 01 PicktlH, up i bit oi long cieen will do well to heed the n tll ln o mae im town ,n the Lardslon town on this inorn long cieen will do well to hred the s traln wainniE sounded an inleiesling Directive Phipps assisted bv ton little episode which took place here is certamlv makms; Sallied." ciening Hie scent 01 reached the- sensitive of tie local sleuth II C I'hipps. In a poolliall he discoieied two ptospeious looking individuals mak IIIL frieudh advances lo prospective bmeis of the precious luc watci nom tliis tre> proceeded to inothti poolliall accompanied u iep fo. himself is i cal hei of hoozc sellelb This is onlv one in stanct of manv which his been brought to light in the past icv months through his efforts. EDITOR BECK WILL GO TO WINNIPEG anothti poolbail uu j Montreal Qni Mas known to them bv the sleuth More i ls sojllg y'innlpeg. as maiiag- si-spicious proceedings lollovvcd hv I, Of the VVlnnipeg Telesram (he ,ncst ot Hie two with an mvi Ma, 32 He if editor ind founder tition lo adiourn lo then room in or geeks and until a the Cihoon hotel V brief search I en ol so ago editor iu chief ot the e io resulted ,n a find of two suitcases leaded lo capicih with wluskcv qujils mccl) picked in their straw coverings Ihc two gentlemen were nrcmptU placed in mi. house to iwiit lull pracuduif-b which wen to tike phce the follow ing Mondu seanh of the peisoii are1; tlicniscUr levealld another hot-1 tie upon cich hip ftliu.li the number of ills up lo I the two do'cn milk i-he Uinl hilil before I N Hnkei J I' i [he inn os wen UIMJU I liortnn md ViCud who wis Found to pow an "'i" ol llolton ihimed lo he tho sole ownei i ol tin lutioi while McCard denied ill ownership I Ink leil the ihnse the foimcr ilom who was fmfil SlllO md I I esidta tl aniounU W( Montical Herild lie wis also for i time managing ed.to of tlic Mont.eal Sta- Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS WIU Kill HflRi Ct STICK v i r.VTfHfR AUCTION SALE SATURDAY NEXT, May 22nd, at 2.30 o'clock "FRANK WADDINGTON Is instructed by A R McKmi on to remov to the LETHBRIDOE EXCHANGE and bv public aUviion -flout reserve on SATUR DAY Next May 22nd, at 2 30 o'clock promppt a quantity of superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS bolul I.cathei Couch Mahogany Frame Chair upholstered in Pluih, Mahogan> Ilockpr, Set of Solid Oak Dimns cane ocaltd Soi.J Oak '-Uel-d-g Table, Chest nf Maple Occasional Chans, bollil Tiiass Bed Satin nnlsh 2' pillars Tlnet neoilj Solid Mattresses Coil Sprlnus, Oak D.cssprs Oak Tibles Supeilor Carpet Scares, Roll Top Desk Othce CHair. i p.egi- Del, Set m Mi.sion Oak compusmg 2 Aim Chads and lounge 10H piece D.nne, Sei. McUars Uefngeiatoi, Hoinless Mctor Talking Macnino Mil. 1-, Rwoitls, Bed. Spmiib and Mattresses, and a and C.mpb.ll pianoforte .in excellent condition. GOODS NOW ON VIEW AT UETHBSIDGE'EXOHANGE. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S SUrlord ilkj ;