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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1915 THE LETH BRIDGE DAlLV II E R A L 15 There is nothing like a "Tea Pot" test at your own table to prove its sterling worth! "SALADA" TEA "Always and Easily the Best" ^^^^BLACK. GREEN, or MIXED. Sealed Airtight Packages Only WluniiioB. Mail.. May au.-Oftlclals of iVlHUlloliu governmtMil niuilc iavlHli use of aliiisos In order (o conceal llieir- kiiowleilBC ot thu wlicro-uboulM of WDllaiii Sail trotn tlio I'uDllc AccouiilN comiuitlce. KvideiJco to tiiis elfecl cumn out ai Lilt) exnininutlon, this moinliiB, of W. A. ISUlolt, before tlm Uoyui ooiiiiiils-sioii. Mr. KUloll told an HBtoiilBUlne Ktory of npiiareiit cro8B-)nir|iKea, seul-lueusagBB, Hudilen jonrne.vs and iiiystorloim interviews, u was diag-gcU from liiin incli by Incb by II. J. yyiiiingtou. Eliott admitted that lie �lid uol. lull nil he knew at tlio iirovio.ns KOBKlon, because he "(ild not want to drag anyone else into It," At attcniooii seSHioii, J. [{. Prlefit-niaii, ledger keeper of llic linpcrlnl i))iiik, whicli handled Kelly & Sons' jiccouut, producBd tlio bank's tender ucconnl for lin:i. It .sliowed that on .Inly 2 Kelly & Rons drew on tender account a cheque tor $lt;n,n0O; It waB i llie Hay, u banquet j iva.s .served at the club house at six j o'clock. .\ presentalion oi linens \ from the staff was made by Messrs. ! Cai'r and Koen on hehalf of the assu- I ciation. The teslivilies included music, boating, baseball and dancing. .   The members oi the .Vlexiinder Oail 'Chapter 1. O. 1). i:. arc asked to a The annual congregational meeting of Wesley church was held in Wesley Hall last evening, with a large aL-tcndance of members of the congregation present. The pastor, Uev. O. H. Cobblcdick, was in the chair, and presided over the business meeting. |^'~[ f,),. j,p,ving tomorrow. Woo! | The general spirit of the meeting was Lg, ,,p f,htained at lil.'i 8th St. S. I that the first vear in the new church ' ... was (o be remembered as a most .sue- j .,j,,j,,. ^ . ^�^pnan.s The following .....��.....' '  The Junior W. church meets in the parish room the church on .Salurdav afl"rnoon cessfui one. The following musical program ua.s intermingled with the reading of the reports and the busi-i^yn nes.s : .Solo, .Mr. Faunch ; quarlclle, .Mrs. .Johnson, .Miss Dowsetl. Messrs. Pelrie and Simm ; reading, Mrs. Daniel ; violin solo, M. Hicks ; solo, Mrs. H. Johnson ; piano duet, Mrs. Kress and Mrs. Whilwer. | ' ' ' Financial Statement  A drcs.s rehearsal of Cinderella took The (r. K. Club will mcel willl^Us. ' il. W. Mccch, :>A2 Ifith Street South, I tomorrow afternoon. i The linaucial statement as presented by the treasurer of the trustee place in the Majestic last night. The children were all enthusiastic, enter- hoard showed that in addition toi""*! �ith spirit into their parts and meeting all the current cx-pendiltires'looking eagerly forward to the public and interest payment.s- over $2000 !pr?sentation, \vhi, and a very re-I At the dose of the repast Mrs. gular attendance of teachers and oflic- j Daniel made a neat speech, referring ers. Graded lessons arc being taught ibriclly to the new ideals, friendships in the primary, junior and intertncd-;and wider visions gained during the i'lln rfoii,r�.��nfn -----1 n.~ ---------- plan is on sale. * .  lOven the heaviest of spring showers failed to dampen the enthusiasm of the participants of the luncheon held yesterday at i.3l) p.m. in Wes-lev Hall, under the auspices of the Mathnsis Club, when 43 of its 17 members were in attendance. 'I'lie table was most attractive in spring attire of pink tulips, smila:c and honeysuckle, with dainty "owl" place cards, the owl being the club emblem, and a pink carnation, the club flower, at each plate. Following the singing of the invocation, all were sealed and ample. ialc departments, and the amount raised by the school was $791.00. A total of 109 members ot the school ate members ot the churcK, Dr. Rivers retired from the position of superintendent and is succeeded by R. W. Guess. The report of the Kipworth League shows a membership ot 40, and a total of over $100 raised for missions. Wesley tennis club, the new organization of the ohurch, shows that great interest and enjoyment is being manifested by the members. Over BO young peoplv^ot the churdi have .ioin-ed. The courts wore prepared at a cost of Sl.'iO, which has been paid. The report of the ladies' aid showed that this body was very active during the achievement ...... ________, OOn.Vfi being the, amount realized. The Women's .Missionary .Society raised $163.55, and the mission circle report showed 18 members, who are taking uj) interesting work. The Mission Band reports a good year's work. The ladies' aid brought the evening lo a close by the serving oC dainty refreshments. Concrete arches resting 'lipon bed rock have been h>'ilt in a Xew Hampshire cemetery to support grave slpncs in land loo soft to support them itself. year through the Methesis Club, and introdticed .Mrs. Stoll/.e, who gave a most interesting account of the work being done in various clubs she hud visited during her recent visit in the south. In a few well chosen words of appreciation, Mrs. Skeitb reviewed the faithful work of Mrs. Daniel as club president for the past two vcars, and on behalf of the club Mrs. M. J. Gib- , son presented ^Irs. Daniel with a cut I glass vase as a slight token of their 1 past year. A splendid I te'' which wa.s their reward, 'hands and esteem. Mrs. Daniel briedv tUanke.i the members for their kind thought and 'gift. Mrs. :\IcKillop then � moved a vole of thanks to Wesley Ladies' Aid, at-Ihc Mathesians joined sang "Blest be the Tic YOU WILL FIND that our WEEK-END SHOPPING INDUCEMENTS ARE MANY Shop at The Bay Friday and Saturday and Save Money Have the Pianist Play over some of Our Music Popular and Standard Songs A Few New Arrivals in the Music Section Valse Panama, (1915) The Call to Arms (Patriotic) The Little Cafe C/Zaltz) Bowl of Pansles; In PoppyUnd; Basket of Roses: Water Lillles (W.iltzes) Eleartor (Serati.KJf i My Wild Irish Rose, !lnd dozens of other new ones, also standard selec-lions. Have the piiuiKsft. j:iim llieni over for you. Economy Bulletin from our Popular Dry Goods Section ('ors(^( I->in!)i'oi(UM'ios. 10c. Beautiful deHicin.s in Corset Cover Kmbroiderie.o. The values in tlii.s Uii iiin up lo Ulk- and 25c, 4 ft^ .lust liKirt vards in all ..................... I UC .Vpron Ginjuliams tu) Sale nt 10s* School Boots Bo.vs' School Coots of good hard wearing c|ual- $1.95 Week-End Grocery List WITH LOW PRICES AS USUAL Kiglii lb Susk Rolleii Ob Is ..... .lellv (-"riwrierK, assorted ^Cg% 4'for ............... C.WU Kliovali (granulated Lemonade Powder, per till .......... KiaOra. pure lemon juice, per bottle ... Raspberry N'inegai. per botlle ........ KrRsh Herring. 2 tins tor .......... Ilobertson'8 f^ineapph .Marmalade ....... Vomaloe?. large siy.p :! tins for ........ tllai' Supports This popular soft collar support win fUl a, long-felt want. It keeps ihe man's soft collar in perfect shape. Raeh....................... �wC A dainty collection of Ladies' Princess Slips at Hudson's Bay Economy Prices This lot includes beautiful Princess Slips of China Silk. Choose from pink, pale blue and wihlle. neatly (rimmed around neck and sleeves with dainty Val. lace. The value of these iu the regular way i& 55.00 The sale price this Week-lCnd $1.25 ily. Sizes I to S2..*in, for ..... Regular CliiWIrcirs Bluchers Kor 'lie liitle folks-these Jl.Ti'i lines of black Blucher Hoots, a clearance of several CIQ#� odd lines ai ............................. 9wC "Our Special" 25c Candy Treat ".Made in Lefhhridge" Marsh-mellows, After Dinner Alints, Peanut Brittle, Butter Scotch, Cocoa .N'ut Kisses, Alolasses Kisses. Made fresh every day. Special OCav I should once more tell you ot the contiiuu'il i;allant uchievcments of )()ur Canadian scildiers. Thev iv-liiain in the fcuefront oi the liKhlinn and 1 feel assured that their heroism and sacriliees which are contributins!; so splendidly to the altainment of our iiunicdiate ends will hind top;eth-ler Canada and the British lOinpire NEW MEMBERS OF GOVERNMENT London, May 2�.~Addltlonal appointments In connection, with the reconstruction of the fiovernment were announced toda.v. The uppointiiients were all to placeu outside the Cablnoi. llerberl L. Samue'l, who was president of the Local Government Board under the former regime, has been appointed PoBtmaster General, a poaltiQi\ ho held several years ago. I'^-edorlck K. Smith, who has been director of the official press bureau of the \VHr Office, has been made Solicltor-Ceiieral. Edwin S. Alontngue bus been le-ap-poined financial secretary (" iho trousury. with those indis.sohible bonds w'hich are forced on the field of battle." The following reply has been sent ". "Warmest thaitks for your inspiring message. We are proud that our Canadian soldiers have proved theni-selve.-i worthy of the great traditions of the British army which, under your leadership, have already achieved such H|)lendid, distinction by its va},i. und lieroi.sm during the present war in wliich the greainess and unity of our Hmpire have been made more nianilest than evpr before." COMMITTE NAMED TO DEAL WITH DRINK PROBLEM LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary-Hogs..........,......................... SS.TiO Cattle .................................. $8.'2r. Winnipeg- iious .................................... Cattle .................................. };N.7.=i Chicago-Hoi's ........................... %T.)i)-%1.1f> Cattle ........................... �.UU-Sy.30 COMPULSORY SERVICE URGED Luiidoii, .May 2(i.-An Iniporlant meeting of Cnlonisi nionibers was held today (It the C!arltou club. In connection with the politica'l crisis. The MariHiis of Land.^downe occupied Die chair, Bnron Wllloughby de Broke said he hoped one of the first acts ot the co.ilitloii fiovernment would be to pro\lde lor sonic form of nonipulsnry military service, Burou Lovat also spoke In favor of ihis idea. Re.\all Druggists, everywhere, sell iind suarnnteo Ile.\all Ordevlios as a safe and gentle laxative, ,1. D. l-Ugln-botham ..t Co., Limited, Tlio llexall Store, lO'C, 2rie und 'lOc. :boxes. CANADA MAKING HIGH EXPLOSIVES Ottawa. Out., May 2�.-The manufacture of Toluol, the new and powerful explosive, was begun for the first time iu (laiuula yesterday at the Dominion Steel Co.'s works at Sydney. This is two months earlior than was anticipated. It will soon be mariu; I'uctured also at Sault Ste. Marie.' and elsewhere, and the value of the total output is expected to be very large. The production of lead in Canada for the purposes of war has now reached tiO,000 toiH London ,.Maj- 27.-The Central Board of Control to deal with the,drink problem in the munitions, transport and camp arrangements created by an amendment to the Defence of- the Realm act, has been uaiued, 11 will consist ol Baron D'Abernoii, e'hair-man; Col. Sir Neville Cliatnberlain. E. R. CrosH, .lohn McAusland Denny, of Denny & Co., engineers, Dumbarton; John Hodge, M.P. for Lancashire; Sir William H. Lever, Sir George Newman, chief medical oEftcer ot the Board of Education: Wa'idorf Astor, M.P. for Plyiuonth; Philip Snowdcn, .M.P. for Blackburn; ,lohn Redder, us-slstant secretary for the Home Office; R. R. Scott of the Admiralty, and W. Towle, a well-known hotel manager. BECKER TO DIE WEEK OF JULY 12 Albany, N.Y., May 26.-The Court of Appeals, today, fixed the week beginning July 12, for the execution of former Police-Lieut. Cliar'les Becker, convicted of the murder of Itenna;i Rosenthal. The death warrant was sighed by the judges of the coiirl, today, and. forwarded to WUrden OsbornB at.;Sing Sing prison. Ciovornor Whitman continued lo remain silent on the case. Burdelt will celebrate .June ;! this year, and will have a good iirograuime of sports during the day, and a big dunce at night. I Stranger: I don't want to get in wrong here. Tell nio, what is the safest side for a nmn to take when they start i\ war argument? Bartender: The outside. Only One Minister From This District Taber, May -37.-Rev. F, W. iMa-halTay, pastor ot Knox church here, will attend the general assembly of the Presbyterian church at .Kingston, Ont., ./une 3rd. He will bp the only ministerial delegate from the ,Mae-leod Pre.sbytery. RECIPETODARKEN GRAY HAIR This Home Made Mixture Darken* Gray Hair and Removes Dandruff To a half pint oE water add: Bay Rum..................... I o/.. Orlex Compound ....... a small ibox Lllycerlue.................... Vi ov.. '.riiese are all simple Ingredients that you can buy from any druggist at very little cost, and mix them yourself. Apply to the aoalp once a day for two weeks, then once every other week until all the mixture Is used. A half pint should ibe enoug'h to darken the gray hair, rid the head of dandi-uff und kill the dandruff germs. It stops the hair from falling o