Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, MAY 30, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN The Bio Crowd Will be At Rylands' lifter Supper Sale AnotJier .IjiJg Ijrisiness'ltomglit fronv-T'until closes at 10 o'clock. You knowove ahvays have the goods we advertise and exact- ly as represented. No waiting, an extra Sat- staiT -willing to serve you. The balance of those to silks, plain or fancy, tonight only 85c Dress materials worth up to 7oc a yard wash last time tonight... Ladies' black hose, silk .boot, regular 125 65c and 3 pairs lor----- 70 Dozen white Kerchiefs, suitable for Girls' schoittl use, perl dozen itable for ........Z5c Girls' Fine Bibbed Cotton Hose, sec- onds ol a line worth Sac pair, price 18c Ladies' Vests or Drawers, a sample lot Avorth up to 60c; tonight only....... Long Silk 22 in. Gloves, white or black rjr for tonight only, per pair........... I DC Combinations, only, sizes a great bargain More of those Dress Collars will be on sale tonight, Waists worth up to be on sale (see the window) at 25 EXTRA! For 5 pairs of 40c Lisle-Hose Tonight. .JjSl.QO 5 Excclda Kerchiefs, regular 15e for 25c. Suspenders, similar, to Presidents for 25c Merino Underwear, all sizes, suit Rylands Co. The Btisy Store PRESIDENT YOUNG OF IRRIGATION CONGRESS MAY VISIT THE CITY S In all probability Richard W. Young of Salt 'Lake City, pro indent of the International Irrl- gallon CongrefS -which meets' in Calgary in September, will pay Lethbridge a visit. Mr, B. S. Young of this citj" Is a cous in of the- well known irrigation 1st and bYrrister, and ho states that it. is likely that he will visit Mr. Young here on hla way to preside at the greatest irrigation meeting ever hold In Canada. Powder the- most refreshing and pleasant of all talcs i' Iti frifraiicc, and anticcptib qtialitiei lure placed It forernoat amonff tiltcuma and made it the favorite of many men. Tile liifh quality of the fine, neii or texture nnd the coAtline.il of tho perfume that Rive, it it. frag, ranee are not equalled in any other, -talc you can huy. All tins. KOVHKHIUN- LIMITED, TORONTO Quebec, May 30.-r-Survlvors ot the disaster arc unusually calm but among tho calmest 'was undoubtedly the corps of men who were '-deej) down .hi to climb inmtinerable gausways before could reach the main deck to get a chance to leap from t.'ie settling Men wero rushing madly about trying to do somelliliis, yet not know- ing what to do. Jennie Hlythe stood on the deck holding tho two year old son.of W. Culleii of Toronto. for a rope, near, she Ivneckii 'from her feet and went into the black abyss. When the -wat- ers closed.about her she lost the child. She was picked up by her Down in tho engine room and stokc- holo the sudden shock was taken to mean that the liner Iiad runi'aground and the dio'uster was only realized when a stream of 'water about two rest high came xni'rlin'g iiifo' the com- partments tho men were work- ing. Speaking as if the accident was an incident .of .every day..occurrence, Mr. Granny, the intermediate second 'engineer, ruminated more on the ap- parent impossibility of such a fmo ship gains the bottom in so short a space of time, than on the danger he had escaped. "I was ;on the watch arid'I think 1 was one of the last three io leava tlie bottom of the ship. We were g'et- ting her going fine 'when a shock came. I thought wo hail touched oot- tom. But 1 knew different when tho Ecreams started and water poured in- to tlie compartments. Then it [the rase of every man for himself and I was one of those fortunate enough to get away. It was great luck. "What gets me is how Buch au ac- cident could hannen so quickly; it seems impossible. Of course a fully laden collier like that boat. is. a ser- ious thing to be struck ''with, when the vessel has no head., Empress was so hard hit that instead of listing to port, the opposite to that on which she was struck, she fell for- ward "when tlie collier reversed, and took in 'water. There ic no doubt that the machinery in the liner went out-of gear when the vessel turned on her side, as she "foundered deep in 600 feet of 'water." Up on the decks wheu the ship be- to .list to o really dangerous an- gle, the scenes were not less touching than- those -which had baeii- enacted in the corridors below. Wives were crying for their husbands, fathers were looking for their children, wo: men holding to the rail though the boat was slipping .beneath them. Their strength was not great, their lingers grew weak. There would be a shriek and: another 'woman hid loosed her .hold and gone sliding down the slopoj-pf the mistress, two children -wuo accompanying their mothfer, have not yet, been seen. Mrs. C. Cook, oE Vancouver, slid down the deck and caught a. rope. That saved her for moment. She found herself in tiie rail close to the water and managed to crawl along tiie.'underside of the vail to where a boat'was wailing. As she got in a man in the water grasped her and a'i- This is not the only instance of panic, many women and men who swam hav- ing to fight against those who clutched at''them in their frantic desire for life. These.'are the things the sur- vivors told. They were strange in ap- pearance, these people, who had gone down with the Kmm-eas of Ireland and again to live. Not more than two or three had clothing which fitted them. .When they were landed: in Hiraouskl some of them were .almost naked. It was covering for; the body that was want- ed; the cut of the clothes was the less important factor in outfitting the peo- ple. Some .of: them were bandaged -or about the head 'where they had fatten in their wild-scramble from the decks. 'bedroom steward, lay in UIB .4" wRh a compound fracture of .the. thigh caused when some, of the fittings broke loose. MILADI LOVE DIVINE O love divine, that stooped to Bhare Our sharpest pang, our bitterest tutu' On thee we cast each earthborn care, i We smile at pain while Thou art i near. j f liough'-long the weary way .we tread I And sorrow crown each liug'jrins; year, No path we shun, no darkness drend, Our hearts still whispering, Thou j are near! j When drooping pleasure turns to And trcmblins taith is changed to j fear, j The murmuring wind, tile quivering j leaf, i Snail softly tell us, Thou art naar! Oh Thee we fling our burdening mini 6 love divine, forever dear, most succeeded: in pulling her down. contont t0 suffer wi'.ile we know Living and dying, Thou art near! Wendell Holmes. The Jimmy Mitchell, a saKor cut his head open when he struck a sliaft as he dived overheard, and there were many others who drew wounds, On the .the terrible tragedy in which they had borne'a'part did not seem to hive left a mark upon the majority. 'They did iiot seem to and'U they realized they did not show it-. The fact that over one thousand people who had been in the same ship iiad been drowned merely dazed them; Only those who had lost relatives were deeply affected. It was almost impossible to learn anything about those who had perish- ed. Question after question regard- ing people are among the missing Mi- one .knew j. water that' lay close tb ihe starboard what had happened any. one. A Few Mexican 'Recipes Felipe Chili Con Carne (beans with is the national-dish of-Mexico, and is to the natives of that country ;what macaroni is to Italy, or baked Take corn on cob and tcut oji grains ol about '1 Mix IC.UP hrov.-n sugar, '.cup yeast "and flour to make batter, 2 tablespoons olive oil, teaspoon soda and liako i on pancake griddle. Serve maple syrup. .Some class for breakfast dish. beans to lioston. A Canadian friend of mine COMMISSIONER-GRACE On Whom the Recall is- Being Prac COMMISSIONER REID Of the Street, Railway Department, tackled a dish of the genuine Chili, defines it as "a pot of red peppers seasoned with I have eaten Chili (so-called) in many places, and never obtained the real -thing only in Mexico there, are different recipes, but the best and old- est I know of.I give the benefit of any TLcthnridgc housewives and others iQuart can tomatoes, 1 large onion, 1 Hi. round steak, 1 "qt. beef stock, I qt. red beans, Chili pep- pers, garlic, tea-sup olive oil, salt. steak fine and put in kettle with the solip.stock; onion, chopped fine, piece garlic as big as a pea olive oil, salt, chopped peppers, 1 qt. boiling water. Let the wholo works simmer slowly for 2 hours. Hoil a quart of red beans and when tender drop into the other kettle with the tomatoes. Let coine to a boil and serve with small oystc'r crackers. "CHILI Prepare Cliili mixture same as for Chili Con Carne. .Hoil macaroni and season with little drawn butter and pour Chili mixture over the maca- roni. Very swell disu for hot day. "SOUl'A JlIOXfCANO" (Without-Meat or Chop on a board (not It! a grindir) 3 onions, 2 medium sized spuds, oz. 2 carrots, cliili peppers, a piece o! lemon rind, a stock of cel- eu Let boil slowly till done, Uion add a piece of butter big as' a wal- nut, make a cupful of "whitewash" (dour and water) and let boil a few minutes longer ar.d 'serve'. The more Chili peppers yon add to this the belter flavor. This h-oup, if eaten regularly will reduce the high cost of- living. TORTILLAS (COliNi AND BEAN Doll navy or red beans wHhout seasoning, dry them on a sliest on the root of the liouiic when dry- take a mortar and pestle: ami pound them into flour. Mix with equal parts oi corn meal, make a batter in water with a little flour and salt and cook on a griddle or hot rock. you have no pestle and .mortar, perhaps you could borrow them from a drug stove. PEON PUDDINCr. v 1 Qimrt oot'n meal inadc into thick mush. When ciild sweeten with Droiyn OTgar svriip and pour over the mix- ture, a sauce made, of guara juice and limes, (the guara is a small fruit which' grows wild in Mexico arid tastes like a green plum, The Sliawnee Polo Club, of Kansas City, JIo.. formed, to foster -polo playing, will became one oi the jead- ng' horsemen's clubs if plans of the officials are carried out. Just a little Old quickly take? away every particle of grease and dirt- leaves utensils clean and bright. Equally effective on wooden- ware and cutlery. No kind of uncleanliness can with- stand its magic cleaning qual- ities. .Try it on hard things to clean. Mrs. William Shearer, of Calgary, is a guest with Mrs. Winfrfcl Shearer. There is a prospect of Toronto see- ing Mrs. Arthur .Murphy (Janey Can- uck) sometime towards late summer, and the news is very welcome here. Globe. A memorial service in connection with the Empress of Ireland disaster will be hold in Knox church tomor- row morning, when Rev. Dr. Dydu, principal of Robertson College, Ed- monton, will give the address. Rev. Dr. .Pinkham, Bishop of Cal- gary, will administer the rite of con- firmation in St. Auguslin's church to- morrow morning and will preach in the evening also. Rev. Dr. Piniihani, Bishop of Cal- gary, is a week-end with Rev. Cation and Mrs. Murrel-WriRht at St. Augustin's rectory. v The usual weekly tea 'will be served at the tennis courts this afternoon, and the courts will no doubt be very- busy, as the game has -been rather held up all week on account or the high winds. Mr. Eugene Power, of the Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd., lias been, transferred, to the. Edmonton branch and' leaves to assume his new position. Misai Katherfne Waltis; i the Canad- ian sculptress, has just sold her "Aus- itst's which 'was on exhibition at the art gailery for some time, to Mr Herbert J. Dawson, of Edmonton, Alberta.- Miss who has been residing in Paris.for the last ten or twelve years, intends going to Mont- real in" the autumn, when she will exhibition of her more recent work. Mr. and Mrs. Shurtleff, of Pinoher Creek, entertained a jolly house parts- over last week-end including Miss Tfenholme and Miss Smith, of Letli- bridge, Mrs. Stanley and little daugn- ter, of Montreal, and Mr. Andrews, of Calgary. Mrs. A. C. Bryan, who has been visiting in Toronto, is expected home on Wednesday.' Mrr Gus Neitiig, who met an accident while driving home one night recently, lias been confined to bed ever siiicc with an injured limb. Mrs. J. II. Wallace was hostess of a delightful tea hour function yester- day. Miss Patteson poured -tea at the smartly appointed fable, while the dainties were served by Mrs. F. W. Downer and Mrs. A. 11. Brace. Ths-.Bcsd-MsicU-in-fs'il will be played at the close oi the Men's Own service in Westminster church tomor- row afternoon' for those, who per- isluid on the Empress of Ireland. The Rev. C. W. Smith officiated at a quiet wedding on May 25th at the borne of the bride's mother, Mrs. Dix- on of Spring nidse, when her young- est daughter, Gertrude Evelyn, was united in wedlock to Gordon Honey- man of Vancouver, 13. C. -Mr. and Mrs. Honoyman loft on the evening train for Ladncr, B.. C., where they will pay a .short visit to the Broom's parents, after they will take.up their abode in Vancouver. Clubs and Societies The YOUES Indies' Bible Class of Wesley Church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 'o'clock. A reception committee at. the door to welcome strangers. Come. Tomorrow, Whitsunday, Holy Com- munion will be celebrated In St. Cyp- rian's church at 8.30 a.m. and 11 a.m. .'in" tile liotne cooking, which was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George .Coutts li.HO Sixteenth St., in connection -with St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid yesterday uf- AFTER SUPPER 7.30 to 10 p.m. Tonight m HE POPULARITY of our Saturday Night Sales Is grow- 8 Ing for tonight we anticipate a very busy two and one. ing keener each week and with the values we are offer- half hours of shopping from .7.30 to 10 p.m. Quantities are in most instances only small, hence the necessity of com- ing early If you desire tti share to the fullest extent m this extraordinary value-giving event. Saturday Night Treats in the Grocery Section MIXED CHOCOL %Afi SLAB CAKB ATES per Ib per pojnd I. W pure juice equal to the- ju e of three dozen lemons iarge bottle Burnt Leather Cushions A snecial of Burnt Leather Cusihiou subjects tK p-Untod These make splendid somenir gifts. e are placing them on tor ladits sold out all tltcir -provisions, I tcrjioon tea.