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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK WAIT.Y SATUUDAY, MAY We'd like to ''ty send you a sample of this pure es- sence of soap in flakes, LUX A wonderful preparation that coaxes rather than forces the djrt out of clothes. LUX gives a rich, cream-like lather which dainty han'ds and garments need never fear. It pre- vents all fabrics from matting and shrink- ing in the wash. LUX Won't Shrink lOc. Sfitd a to-day ri'r free ftnnplr Made In Canada by Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Yuu may be the hi.-st ami; in Hie '.vurlil but if the leaven you use is poor yuu fuiiNul yet satisfactory results. Always use Blue Riblioti Baking Powder, it makes the litjlil- esl and best pastry and cakes. Blur Ribbon, the standard of quality in Teas. Coffees. Baking Powder, Jelly Pmvders, Sauces and Extracts. HOW TO CURL THE HAIR IN DAMP WEATHER I Oarnp days have no terror for the woman wlio has adopted the silnierine juethod ot keeping: her haJr in curl. The effect is more lasting tnan where the hot waving iron is and yet the hair is quite nianageable; regard- Jess of how it is done up. Besides, the hair has the appearance of beins more naturally wavy and curly, and the application is really beneficial to the life and growth of the hair. In dry weather the hair will of course remain heautifully curly aud fluffy for a still longer period. Most any druggist can supply the liauid stt- merine and one need not get more than a few ounces. A siuaii quantity should be put on ruefore retiring, using for the. purpose a cleau toothbrush, drawing this down the full lentils of the hair irom root to tip. The effect upon arising is delightfully surprising and there is no discoloration, no stick-' ness, greasiness, nor any other un- pleasanl ment. AERO FALLS INTO LAKE Torontg, Oat., May accident occurred at the Canadian aviation tj-'Mjol here, yesterday. One of the Mc- Curdy hydro-aeroplanes, valued at 317.- itliij. fell oOU feet into the bay and was wrecked. Its two occupants escaped Injury. A seaplane made here, under orders 1 (Lonbun The people of raiuultt have been as i Miii-roiis in ihrir aid for Ihe sick mill wounded as iliey liavi in smiling soldiers .11 IliirbtiliR rants, Ust aulllinn Colmiel 'll'o'dijetts. Chief I'onllllissioiu-L of Ihe i Caiiatliau liinl Cross, amvi-J in l.on-; ilon and esuiblisheil himself in oflu-es !in Coekspur stuvt. A sieady stream i HI -ids iui the sick and wounded bus siiiii- poured into this eouiitiy. iui-lud-; a complete hospital at TapHuv, ni ivaeli for the I'riucess Christian Ilos-, at Train, 20 motor ambulances for j the front, gifts of money to Ihe Brit-! IteJ Cross of about K15.IIOO, and i nnny iliousatids of iiaekasccs of com- imts anil clothing, tile of love; Canadian women. Large numbers of Canadian doctors anil nurses have liei-n brought over, and Canadian 'men in llntain have been orjamized for service. From the wife oi 'lie (liiveriior-fu-neral to the bride nnvate in the -Trincess 1'atricia's. waiting in London for news oi her, at the front, they have enrolled j themselves for practical work among; the victims of tin1 "ar. j The Canadian lied Cross Society, ilias one special distinction, a; organization, it is at the tinu- .1 regular part oi the ma-i chinerv of the State. It is incorpor-: ofiicTally rccogmVed and is ri'HUireil to report its work regularly to the Dominion Minister of "Militia, the head oi the Canadian War Department. Immedi-: ately 'the war broke out the Society I to work. Churches and societies I Si all kiwis at oii'.-e to its appeal; newspapers opened their col-i Hums to it groups of in all j i 1 O 1 J pans began matins and collecting' 9-Jlj-l f 1 C II I Ml comforts." Housewives in Ontario Ul 1115911 made jams; British Colimibian farm-; ers gave the pick oi their Winnipeg and Halifax. Toronto and, Vancouver had their friendly rivalry about which should do must. Uciore the end of the year, nearly three-. quarters ci a'million articles of cloth- 'inz, <-Vc.. had been collected and dis-1 pitched to England, besides medical Thc fanuwin SEAL BRAHD COFFEE Ask your Grocer for Seal Brand to-day. this delicious coffee for breakfast to- morrow. CHASE4SANBORN MONTREAL 154 COLONEL H. M. ELLIOT Assistant 'Adjutiiiit-Gencral of Uic Toronto military division and prob- ably the most popular otlK'or here, who will take command of the ounip of SOOO soldiers at Spwell, Man. Me is an Imperial ollicer, loin lo the Can- adian Government by the Uritisli authorities, ami has ibecn iu Toronto since IS. He was in charge 3f orgituizution and admiuistration of Exhibition camp whc'rc S.OOO soldiers of the second contingent have been rained this winter. CATTLE SHORTAGE CLOSES 200 SHOPS Glasgow. May cattle short- age, resulting in prohibitive beef pric- es, caused L'OO butcher shops to close, today. Cruel Treatment as Prisoner in Germany Just Try One! 3U'LL be delighted with their fresh flavor of true peppermint.' Every ffiljtrlrt is rolled in Pepper- mint, and covered with an exquisite, pearl-grey candy coating, which keeps the flavor in. most convenient, and the daintiest, form of gum ever produced. a package TO-DAY, on your way down town or coming home. MADE 'in CANADA In a'ery faikaft you u-itl ftnd a mluaWf TlicM coHfxviJ are txitungtaile far tiandKrtu palrwd'c civilian titiaice of luriom artistic CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY. L1MITEO TORONTO supplies. When the First Canadian Coniinsenl reached Plymouth in Oe- __ lober 'there were packages from j lvno the Ked Cross in the holds oi the; ,vas taken ships. Thc Society raised iii up'to vivid description of as a prisoner in Germany is giv- by Fte. Hobbs. a Wesion soldier, ng riddled witn bullets, .........____the Germans Whether I got all my wounds irom the end oi the year j of one shell or from sev- the money i found myself in an open railway cat- j tie truck. There were sixty British! prisoners iu each truck, many of; them badly wounded. We started olT! with a jerk, and I shall never forgetl the journey. Uy this time I was j starving, and we, of course, expected The Cliveden Hospital recently opened hospital :er-tl 1 don't know. I, was knocked that at the first station we stopped! clean living ami can't say what at we slould lie provided with a good rened althmi'li 1 didn't really lose j meal. Tile lirst stop all .f Comiausht's consciousness "all the time. I was too we got was a cup of cold water. And j Cliveden, the Dnches_ Canadian lied Cross Hospital, has (iamj lo what was taking place. HIS beds, and buildings are now senses gradually came back to iiiL- planned there for a further 500. I realized what had autumn -Mr. and Mrs. Walilnrl'1 happened j ,-oumi ,vas left by my- Astor offered Colonel Hodgetts thejsel[ ,vas iying in a deserted watet- the use of Taplow Lodge and the grounds! trencii and was chilled to j around, and when the offer was ;ic- and there 1 stayed for four jcepted Mr. Aslor undertook sweeping j an j tu eat during that structural alterations and additions. being was left oi ray to make the place suitable. Then the Pnlergency ration, and I didn't "want j mud from j Canadian Red Cross arranged the {equipment. An ideal hospital, com-.... i plete in every ileuiil, from a labora-] OI- toiy for pathological investigation to ll oi 'that. I v.as in great pain mv wounils and faint from loss an and seemed to have been. Eventually I heard !a baseball field, is today in full i and, opening my eyes, found a woriiina order, under Canadian i tors, and with Canadian nurses orderlies, while its storerooms. doc- smaii party and sot ni istocked with Canadian dainties, the giving me a kic forward. I gifts of the women of the Dominion. !marci, forward. I In A full account of the Cliveden llos- i j way jn such 'pital appeared in The Times of V.uicii know what In of Germans before inc. .up, two or three spit- face, and, one of them I was ordered to had to march on. 3il; ami it need only he said that it owes very much to Mr. As-1 tor, who gave much persona! thought' f and care to the. work of putting it in before he handed it over to the lied Cross. It is also fortunate in having as its director Colonel Chas. .1 Gbrell, an Ottawa physician now; a state happened that until Absorbs Skin, Chases Wrinkles- Young Again The shock at beholdinf after nino lone.----' myself In the the" Canadian" Medical' Service. Col. j gf [iterested in seeing that the men herself came to my rescue. Sho i in the ward farthest from' the kitdi- i procured an ounce of have their dir.aer hot and in the i wMhlns H. oil j work of the operating and patholog-1 next morning. Applied nightly, this ap- absorbed Ihe withered skin; so XDerU-nced uo discomfort, toon the pallid completion way to one of youthful GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA The capital of has been captured by General Botha. Canadian tied Cross can be seen at I Cock.spnr street, where the Canadian to 'A wash lotion women in England, under the lead of 1 i l.atiy Drurnniond. have established an j pgrg Information Department. any of the Rj.iBsiaii government, was test- ed, today. She is 360 horsepower, and can carry pounds ot explosives. Bill It is rr for bi their Thoi ost urgent that the correct food be found iby before the summer months present iiany trials. sands of mothers, nurses, and doe- rs all over the world haye found .the ALLENBU.RYS' Foods not only entirely satisfactory for baby 'n normal times, but have testi- fied to their supreme value in i trying summer time. it 'ALLENBURY' 60-pijt "Infant Feeding thould be tnd hy all mothers of young babiei. It ig seat, with sample of the Food, post free on request. ical research rooms. iiarentlj An Intelligence Bureau J weaiims i Another branch oi the work of the I had emirely gi and a auc i women in England, under the lead of i ounce d every lint.'." ipartment. V.'heii any sick or wounded Canadian nohlier ar-j [rives in Kngtand, a local visitor is j [notified. It is her business lo keep in) 'touch with him, and to let the Lon- 1 don office knmr hnu- he is. The LOQ- jdon office keeps the Enemls of the I man, wherever they are, informed. It Ms difficult to over-estimate the usc-j j iulnesb of such work as this in allay-; j ins the anxiety of distant i and in seeing to the after-care of the j injured man. It is typical oi Cana- j i dian thoroughtipss. Colonel Hod get Is and his assistants work in the closest co-operation with allied bodies. They are in complete i touch with the British and the larger part of the funds spent Mn i alia tne larger pan. oi me iimas liere has paUl over to the British I organization. The St. -John Arnbul- i ance Socieiy is receiving to j equip a Canadian ward in its hospi-j tal for the front. The War Conting-i mis Association lias been given i 000 articles of one kind or another. i In addition lo eight motor ambit-! laiicrs provided for the Canadian Con- tingent, 12 were given to the British Ked Cross, and have done, good ser- vice-. A novel feature with these is j the travelling field by jiiioior power, moving, in the rear of! lighting line, awl distributing hot jsoup, hot coffee, mid bread among tlie wounded men. The Canadians here to help, ami they aic doing tlteir task. In Colonel Hodgptl? they have found a practical ami ahle director. DIES ON 103rd BIRTHDAY Cornwall, Out., May Ma- tilda Gonyeau of Norwood died yester- her 103rd birthday, a few hours before a celebration which had been (planned for the day was to begin. She was born in Montreal. She had 22 grandchildren arul.r.1 great grandchild- ren. ANYBODY can play it. EVERYBODY can play it Its fame extends from Coast to Coast. The PlayerrPiano is "the different Player- It is built to.- a lifetime. It fies the most exacting musical critics. It -will satisfy you. Have It Demonstrated SHOWROOMS: 322 Eighth Ave. Welt Calgary Alberta the same with the next stop, and the j nest again. were lying on manure i jn the trucks, anil to add to every-1 -hiug the overcoats were taken OK j the wounded as ivell us the uninjured was taken thai Is would keep us warm. The journey tu lamelin (in 1 lanovcr) took three lights and four days, reckoning the itoppages. 'What happened wlieu we arrived 1 don't know, for I suppose i was unconscious. When 1 came to myself I was in a first lew days were a blank to it was not until nine or ten days after .rrival that anytimtg was done to my wounds and then no real at- tention was paid to them. The splin- Old Friends are Best-Hamlins ovcr 60 years ia e, trutty, made of the finest and moat costly ma- i put into a liniment. Never injurious, always' effective. Sends its antiseptic healing oils right in where pnin for rhaumatisiu, sprains, soru cuts, aalhina, cold on the cheat, otc. All tbnmu dream book free. Write HAMLINS WIZARD OIL CO.. TORONTO TKE-UKEADNOUGHT GOLIATH SUNK IN DARDANELLES ters .ot honu worked ut.' lp t hand on their own on account of nothing proper being done that I shall have to have Unit band i although that was thy worst of my it did not pain me half as much as the others. Nearly all j 'eeling had been knocked out oi it. i and today I can't feel thine; 1 hi, I first food of any kind tint is after the railway ride was what they would call brolh, hut I could only taste hot water and pepper. In the hospital itself our food consisted of what was supposed to be was hot anil the color oi.cocoa, and there were horse beans iii it (pretty well as hard as when they had been put in) and what appeared to be white oats. With this stuff we had a. half-pound of bread. As for drink, we had a pint of what I suppose they would consider was as ink, with no breakfast, and water for tea. As to the other meals, if there were any others, I can't say, for 1 was too i" to lake real notice. I know is that a pig wouldn't flourish on the focri we had given us. There were no women nurses in the hospital, and the orderlies were devils. They fre- quently spat in our faces as they passed us and called us all the name they could think of. Some of them talked in English, but others spoki in German, and although I don't know any German words, 1 could guess pretty well that they were saj ing their nastiest. When I got a hit better (here was another real ban ship which tried all of us. There were a few cigarettes for Belgian and French prisoners, but never one i'or our only chance was to buj one now and then oi'i these other But we were punished if we were seen smoking them, and one man (i don't know his who had'anmn ed the warders, was taken out on a snowy day and tied to a post fontwo hours, he told me. lie never reallv knew what, his offence was, and for i while when tied lo the post, thought he was going to he shot. Just.-be-i'ore 1 and a few of who wen too badly wounded to be ever of use as soldiers again, were released and ordered to be sent home, -there more spitting in our faces, but when the officer on guard came round, he handed us three bottles of beer (light something like Kops' and told us, "Now yon can tell the Brit- ish how good we have been to you The Goliath wns .torjiedoed on May 32tli while protectiuj the Frenci flank.just inside-the straits. J JUDGE FINKEL DEAD Woodstock, Out., May der Finkel, for 30 years' county judge of Oxford, died today in his 75th year. He retired from the bench in October last. Alexander Finkel, who was a bachelor, was a native of Woodstock. He was at one time nominated to cou test tforth Oxford.for the legislature, against Sir Oliver Alowal, but with- drew from the contest is the standing dishes are a matter of choice, but the list complete without them. Made-m-Canada from Sweet Heart of white corn. Thoroughly cooked and always ready to serve ;