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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 3ATIJKDAY, MAY THE LETHPRIpttH HEBALP FIFTEEN KITCHEN ECONOMY One burner, or flame or (low fire or a hot one. No coal goat 01 aches. rStQVC means better cooking at leu a eool, clean kitchen. !n and 4 burner sizes, with cabinet top, drop shelves, towel racks, etc. Also a new stove with Firelew Cooking Oven. At aH dulen and goxnl rtora. Oil Can Bat Raahi THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., United MMrul The Last Call to Breakfast [y! How scampers when moth- er says "Last call to you can't blame them either, because they know they're going to have CORN FLAKES Look for the signature lOc per package LIST OF Montreal, May Following 18 ths of, passengers hooked EhiyreBB of Ireland: Some ot these may not hnvo sailed >ut cannot say until manlteat is re- ceived. SALOON PASSENGERS J. R. Abercromhle, Vancouver; P. J Adle. Birmingham; Mrs. Adie, Bir- mingham: A. 13. Anderson, London C, Averdieok, Manchester; A." E. Jarloiv, Montreal; Mrs. Darlow, Mcnl- Mrs. Hart 'Bennett, Nassau; P. Dahmas, Mrs. W. U. Bloomliold, Auckland. N. Z.; Miss P. I. H. Bloom- leld. Auckland, N. Z.; Lieut. Col. W.. Auckland, N. Z-; V. U. Srandon! Manchester; A. J. Burrows, Nottingham; Harwood Gasp, Nolling- lam: Jli-s. Oass, Nottingham; -T. J- lai'ley, Hamilton. Ont.: Jliss 0. P. lay, 'Golden, B. C.; Mrs. Waiietla irathc-n, Montreal Mrs F W Cul len, Toronto; Miss Maud Cullen, To- ronto; Master 'Cullen. and To- ronto; R. A. Cunningham, 'Winnipeg; M. D. A. Darling, (London; J. Fergus Duncan, London'; Mrs. K. H. Oimlevy, Denver; Cox Edwards, Yokohama; W. Fenton, Manchester; Miss' Dbrlb launt, Birmingham; F. P. Godson, Kingston; Chas. Goldthorne, Bradford, Bng L A Oosselm, Montreal W D Graham, Hong Kong; Mrs: Graham, Hong Kong; Mrs. D. T. Halley, Van- couver; G. W. Henderson, Montreal; W. Htrclinier, Montreal; A. Hirst, Bir- mingham L, A Hyainson London C. HoBoway, Quebec; F. W. Howe, Bfamintham Lawrence Ining Lou don Mrs Irving and maid, London Sir Henry Seton Karr, London; Lionel Kent, Montreal MlsB Grace Kohl, Montreal, Miss Alice Lee, Nassau Dr Mex Lindsa> Halifax, C B Lvon Vancouier H H Ljman Montreal A r Maginms London, Eng C Mai loon, Lardo, B C J Gabriel Suva Fiji Mrs Marsk Sma, nji Miss Miller, St Catharines A K Mulllns, London, Mrs Mulllns, Lou don Miss B Mulling London R H O'Hara, Toronto Mrs O'Hara, Tor onto Miss Helen OHara and maid, Toronto F El Abbott Toronto C R Burl, Toronto, David Johnston, Fred ericlon "Yin, Eobt Gallagher and Winnipeg, W Leonard Palmer, ondon Mrs Palmer London "VV E Patton, Sherbrooke, Que Mrs Mrp H W Pri-e New Zealand F 3 Ru herford Jiontreal E Zelbold Otta n: Mrs' Zleh'o'lfl, Ottawa; G.'Bogue Smart, Ottawa A Stork Toronto Tvle Montreal Mrs Tyle, Montreal J T Taylor, Montreal Miss D Tavlor Montreal Miss H Taylor Montreal Miss T Townsend New Zealand A J Wakefleld Lher jool, Re% J Wallett London SBOONO CABIN Miee ASA! Asfree, Winnipeg Miss M Prince Albert Miss D BalcomT) Vancouver Mis o Bales Toronto Jirs W Barhour, B C Miss Florence Barbour, Slher ton, B; C.; Miss Evelyn, Barbour, Sll> verton. B. Alfred 'Barker, Sagka. toon; Miss Bessie Bawden, HBlsbor- ough Ind Miss Tlorence Bawden, Hillshorough, lad.; Miss Mary Baxter, Toronto; Edward Beale, London, On- tario: Miss E. Berry, Vancouver, tish Columbia; Mr. -Henry .Blritett, Carstnirs. Alia.; C. D. Bishop, Vtfn- couver; Miss I., Ont; J. W. Blcclc, Black Ottawa; Miss Edith Birch, Rochester, Minn.; Reinholdt Birch, Rochester; Comfort, Ease and Gracefulness That's what every woman wants in Corsets, arid that's what she gets when, she buys d Corset cottifprl btcames second nalltfe to wearers of a la Grace Corsets." Corsets Each model isntp H Pero, Pctetboro H Pat terson Winnineg H Peturson mpeg Mrs Peturbon Winnipeg Aliss A Priestly, Edmonton Mis" M Priestly, Edmonton; Mrs. .George Frier, terley Winnipeg "Mifcs W M Quai Vancouver: John Reilly, Ham ilton-.'' W.. J.Richard, Terre Haute, Mrs. S. Richards, Terre Haute, J Sampson, Guelph Out Miss Scott Seaile Schongutt, Montreal John Mortlach Sask Miss Elva Seattle; Wm.. Nesbttt; Reg- mild Simmonds, london Mrs Sim monds, London Mrs E Smith Ctl garj Miss Isabel S age Toronto Mrs E Stamer C-ilgarv M Stairjon Montreal A E Stillm-in Calgary Miss A Swindlehurst Tot onto Mrs Eliifibetb, TapIinjIKamloops Miss B Veitch Victoria, B C. Vincent Faircross Ens Mrs Vincent Fair cross Miss Alice-Vonelej Hamilton n Welnrauch Montreal Mrs J Will la BflC Mrs G White, New Westminster, B C E Willmot, Campbeilfordi Ont.; Mai; Wood Regliia Mrs S Wood Toronto Mrs H 'Yates Hamilton Mrs lates Hamjltoji, Henrj Yates HimiUon Josef Hebulak, Oderbalg Aus K Crellln SiheiUri BOW Bane, Silierton R 'V Hudso Montreal H Ncnille, London Mis Neville, London, THE IN LONDON London, May greatest con- sternation is shown here ovor the hews 01 the disaster to tho Empress of Ireland 1hp 'streets aie aflame with, new spacer bills innoiincing that 'liner has sunk. .Reporters are clariicring at the R. -offlcso at Charing Cross, but! so; far .the com- Ptnclier May Isnt mat a niagnltuilous Mind9 Bierjone acre Is slprtl} but sulel> coming to the conclusion that tho weatherman -hat' gone out and left the' vimrt turned district. The flenie gale which swent the country on the holidav made it a1 most'impossible.for enjoyment ty-bn 1iom anv amusement either at uume or The majority of the tonn folU went to Cow ley foi ths sports but came home ien much thed out and looking considciabl) like 'the 'morning- after the wind nd dust having, played terrible BpeciatU' W1th eTes Howevet, the Jlabek-ih dance in the tenlnj proved a balm to ill dis ppoinfments, there beiu- one of the iggijut and jofliest crowds in attend rfce that hue attended ans function for many a day The ocal RebekaBs go in for entertaining n eieiy sense p! the word and their enings and dances aie becom OS vtry lionular Col and A C Kemrois aie isitors atrCalgarv this week Col. temmls will leturfi on Saturda) but Irs ICerorals Will a few djjs t Macleod Mrs GiHespie aie spending week In Caigarv, whore the doc- or Is attending Masonic Grand Lodge Mr and Mrs SLurtieff were tha lost and hostess of a jolly house party foi the holldpv season Their ;uests were Miss Treho'me and MIBB Smith of Lethbridge Mrs Stanlej and itlle daughter from Montreal and Mr. Andrews'of'Calgary. Miss Foreman of the Women's Tern perance Union TV ho has been engige'l n organization work through 'ass was the guest of her old friend Mrs W A. Fraser a few this ueek ._ Tlib Motor'Club'took.a spin to-Leth- bridge oa Saturday last attended a shon In eiening and returned lome on Siindav afternoon They re. port a delightful time. Mr. Chailes DiMffl of Lethcrldge was in-town on Saturday on.his way. to attend the marriage of Ms sister in Spring Ridge on Mondaj last The many friends of Dr. Clark .Du- Jile who graduated from the veter Inary college of Toronto quite recent- 1} be pleased to learn that he has passed the. chil sen ice esamina lions also with, honors. Born W righl-fAt the manse, on Wedncs day Maj to the Rei and Mrs Hill1" Wright, a son A cable was receded toflai bj Mrs Norman MacLeod announcing the death of her mother Mrs Thos Bin ton at Strand, London Bng "Mrs Hlntcjt has been in poor .health for some time and went to England about two years ago, accompanied by her hutband and her two cbil dren Evelyn and Charlie Mrs Mac Leod and Harrv Hiuton of this pltfce ue also EOI and daughter Thp_de :eased was a slater of Mrs Ghas my Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved "family. Mrs. F. B. Boyntbn, St. Thomas, Ont.; representatives are without any 0. Brown, Kenora; Costa Buhler, He-'ofriclal information.-- n u vnnwinvBpr. Mi'e. Palace received ths press telegrams at. earliest mo- and the leaving: for .Oaks' Day at Epsom, desired'that the fullest and latest Information in the disaster should Prince Alexander of TecS made eager en- quiries also, directly the news became IcnoWu. giua; R. B. Bulpitt, Vancouver; Mrs. 3 Burgess, Hamilton; Alex Bunthqrne Sanla. Barbara, Cal.; E- Byrne, Bris- bane, Mrs, Byrne, Miss O. Byrne, Brisbane; A. E. Caugh- ey, Ottawa; Mrs. Caughey, Ottawa; Mrs. B. Ch'igneU, Victoria, B. C.; Mrs.' Clarke, Toronto; Miss Ne'ilie Clarke, Toronto; Mrs. A. Cole, Prince- ton; Miss E. Cort, Liverpool; -Mrs. JI.v Dale, Toronto; J. F. bandy, Man.; Mrs. J. Dargue, Kenora, Ont; Davies, Toronto; Mrs. Davies, Toronto; A. H. bath, Regjna; Mrs. .T. Elinslie, Moosomin, Sask.i E, Erslng- er, Winnipeg; Miss K. Farr.' Moose Jaw; Miss N. Farr, Moose Jaw; Miss D. Farr, Moose Jaw; Miss B.'Farr, Moose Jaw; J. M. Finley, Liverpool: Mrs. Jolm Fisher, Chicago; H. E. Ford, Winnipeg; H. Freeman, West Allls, Wis.; Mrs. Freeman, West Al- lls; Mrs. M. Gray, Terre Haute, WIs.; Miss W. Gray, Terre Haute, Wis.; J. Gregg, Chilllwack, B. C.; Mrs. Gregg; Cliilliwack; W. H. GrifflUi. C'oyer- dale, B. C.; Mrs. J. MSs Jiiditii Hakker.r .WiiiniiJfxi'v0- Pierson, Sask.; Mrs. Sask.; Miss. Edith Mas'tbr William Mrs. H. L. j; R.! Heath, Chicago; 'K. HopBurri; Hep- burn; Master ill M. Mep- Nannfmp, B! two Miss' JVJHplcpmb'e, Calgary; .Miss C- Hope, Harijilton; W. Calgary; Calgary, r Miss B.DeV.. ver; Geo. Johnston, 'Sa.nta. .Barbara, Cai.; 'E. Van kavalsky, ,pnlu.tli; Ivan kavalsky, Quebec; ,T. Kruse, ely, Merrill, B. C.; Miss M. E. tange- ley, Calgary; Mrs. Law, Calgary, Law, Cal- gary; J. Miss.A. Llslon London; A.'.Mailer, In'dlan- Ind.; A; Mrs. ChaB. Molr, .T. jMorgan, iiriHntr.Aiv. 'Wriro-ji.n. TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND FOQDHEMPTAT10N By a Stomach Specialist As a specialist who has spent many Tears in the study- and treatment of 'sltpmach troubles, I have been forced 'to' the conclusion that moat people who complain of s'tomach Irouble possess stomachs that are absolutely healthy and normal. The that -which causes all the pain and difficulty, is stomach, usu- ally due to, or aggravated by, food fermentation. Acid--irritates the de- licate lining of the stomach and food fermentation causes wind, which dis- tends the stomach abnormally, caus- ing that full bloated fooling. Thus both acid and fermentation ,intrfere with and retard-thb process of diges- tiqn. The stomach is usually healthy and normal, hut past endurance by these, foreign elements and wind; In all'such'cases they comprise over 90 per cent of all stomach first and only slep necessary Is to neu- tralize the acid and slap. fermenta: tlo'li by taking iri-ii little warm or cold water Immediately after eating, halt a tablospoonful of blsurated mag- nesia, which Is. doubtless the best and only really effective antiacld and food corrective kno'wn. The aqld will be neutralized and the fermentation stopped almost Immediately ana your stomach will at once proceed to di- gest the food in a ..normal manner.. Be sure to your chemist r as I have 118, Ind.; A. g- bisurated I.have 7" ChaB. Molr, .Morgan, l.cktnr Wm. Morgan, Winnipeg; lt, peculiarly1 VopMtles.- ,W, Mpaniey Chlctgoj Mrs. ,T. y, J. G, f A Plncher oil and then more oil Is the main topic of coil verBatlon.'in Plncher Creek at present.time, not foreign oil. Ob, no' but our very own. The.'directors-of the Pincherl Creek Oil Reiihiug Co., h'ave flooded the town''with" an is sue of preferred shares and by nil ac counts are meeting with iinbouiiiife succsEE; 'They Jeel-sure that goo times are in store for them, and wor is to1 resumed as soon as con tracts c'an'be let to finish' the boring They have already ..drilled 750 fee and have'fine sanisilea of crude oil on exhibition.' Tile head office is noi open and arrangements are bein made to issue literature, telling o their prospects and indications. The roads to tlie 'welis b fixed -and the other companies locate In the vicinity of Oil ..City are together and Intend negotiating wit! tho government to. have tho road put In proper shape for .the hauling o Che enormous.amount of oil they ex pcct will be.' produced liy tho claim as soon as the necessary money ca' be raised to work them. SOCIALISM TRIUMPHS IN THE ARGENTINE Bueuos Ayrcs, May has achieved a. great triumph in th general elections here. Parliamen has to be re-elected1 :one-hall' time. Voting In tha Araentlne is con pulsory for all men over 18 years o age, and those who neglect tholr dnt as citizens are fined. M the rpaui; all the Socialist'candidates were olec ed; and their stVeuglh in 'the. house i raised from two to'nine. The Soola 1st vote reached as compara with two when th other half of the chamber was dec ed The vote recorded for the partic were: nadicals Civic party 20 000, Constitutionalists EIGHT .MINERS KILLED ml killed in an anthracite co sre-.tfidiiy, when a cage i were Clearing out of SPRING MILLINERY at HALE PRICE Lethbridge Millinery Co. 514 4th Avenue South PHONE 457 Orchestra To-night 8.30 to 11 o'clock Special Prices on all Fruit Con- fectionery. Enjoy our Ice Cream while listening to the Orchestra The Palace Confectionery Cor. 5th St. 4th Ave. Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 668 Our own all Records Fresh Chocolates All flavors FRIDAY OLYMPIft CSHffCTIONERY 237 5thSt.Sr OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR ENJOYS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION 'FOR' UNI- FORMITY, STRENOTH AND AUL-ROUND EXCELLENCE. USE IT The Ogilvie Floor Mills Co., Ltd. WINNIPEG FORT WILLIAM H. M THE KINfl MKDIClNiE HAT MONTREAL ;