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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .SATURDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIPGE DAIT.Y HERALD PAGE THREE EMPRESS- Two Reel Drama WHERE THE _______ TOR HER MBS This Afternoon HEART BROTHER'S And To-night Lubin "THE CRUSADERS" 4 Acts--4 Parts-4 Reels-The Best Feature Ever Shown in Canada NOTE: The 7th Series of Our Mutual Girl also W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Lethbridge Medicine Hat Accountancy in all its branches Auditj Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, Trust -Wurk, JIIVGL- tigations, 'Liquidations. Acadia Building; Lethbridge Resident R J RITCHIE Chartered Accountant (Scot.) THE DUCHESS OF CANNAUGHT This Is the first picture which lias iecu taken tib'e Duchess since her illness.. Every Wife's Duty Watch Husband's Hair. If Thin or Full of Dandruff Insist on His Using Parisian Sage. Men as a class give but little thought to the care of the hair. Not comes ont by or some friend remarks thai, they are getting bald, do they really take no- it may be too late. :If your husband's hair Is getting thin; If lie has dandruff or the sculp itches, take- immediate not let him become a bald head. Get from any drug or toilet counter a 50 cent bottle of Parisian Sags- H contains the ex'act-elements to supply hair and scalp' needs. The first appli- cation removes all great hair little Parisian Sage rubbed well Into the scalp for a few nights will work.wonders, hair stops failing and the new growth appears use every other night until the hair is thick and abundant. Parisian Sage is a delightful and invigorating hair tonic for men, wo- men and children. It is a scientific preparation based on a thorough knowledge of what is.needed'by the hair and scalp to keep them perfectly healthy and. remove dandruff, stop scalp itch and falling hair. Surely try Parisian Sage. Always sold with mi agreement to refund your money if hot satisfied. Look, for the Girl the Au- burn. Hair." Accept ho other, Advt. Masons Make Nice; Gift ta Children's Aid Organization :i-T. A. McKiilop, i Lethbridge: Am to report that 'the Masonic Grand' Lodge of Alberta has" donated to the Children's Aid Society of Lethbridge. J. A. JACKSON, Grand Master. is.a cony of a .telegram-re- cbived'yt'Stoniay .by H. A. 'McKUIop. president of the Lethbriilge-Children's Aid Society., Tho news was received by the society with many expressions of gratitude.- This recognition of the work of th.2 society which iu a charitable organization members give .their services 'without thought of remuneration, is very greatly appreciated. If you want a clinking drink One that will give you a feel- in of delightful freshness and vigor, try a Ginger Ale and Wolfe's Schnapps. It is as pleasing to the palate as the most delicate cocktail, and will do immeasurable good in stimulating the vital organs of the body to healthy activity. .Vastly superior to ordinary1 gin. Distributors HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY LOCAL TRAIN" SCHEDULE No. From 514 Itootchay, 513 Medicine Hut 512 Calgary "Medicine'Hnt Calgary Le'thb'rldgo Lethbridge Great Kails Cardston fiG-1 5fi5 5GG To ..Mediclnn Hat................ Kootenay ..Medicine Hat via Aldcrsyde Calgary via Aldersydc via Maclcod ..Calgary via -Macleod Groat Kails .Lothbridge............. Cnrdstoii .Ldthbridgc Arrive 1M.30 13.40 10.15 Depart 1H.40 3 3.50 fl.25 17-15 Allxcd train from Lethbridge to Foremost over the leaves every second Tuesday at fi.OO, returning at 18.00; A remedy for Bolfls, lirbncliltis JWr, not IIPRCI tho stomach. of CiinadlH li Uuy SMlch couchs aaJ celdt, Montreal, May wireless operator at Father Point sends tbe fol- lowing account: Father': Point, May Km- press of Ireland passed and landed her Liloi heie at 1.30 this morning. There was a haze at the lime. At 1.50 a.m. -I was awakened by an 'S.O. S.'Tins on my doorbell and rushing down, was informed by a Marconi op- erator that the Empress of Ireland was sinking, bavins been struck by some vessel. In undress'I started to help. .Xo other signal could be got from the doomed vessel. She had no time to give another, as she sank tan minutes after being struck. "Mr. Whiteside, manager of the Mar- coni station, rendered effective service by notifying the government steamer Eureka at Father Point wharf, and Lady Evelyn at Rimouski wharf. "Captain J. B. Belanger. of the Eur- eka, immediately rushed to the scene and Captain Poulfot with the Lady Evelyn followed later, his ship being three miles further away. 'iJMeriivwhilc daylight liroUe and early scanning the horizon "with a. telescope I saw two government siteain ers, nine lite 'boats, and a collier iu the vicinity, going heie and there. About 3 a.m. the Eureka arrived at Father Point wharf with 32 survivors and several of the drowned bodies; also several survivors who had been' wounded. "The scene on shore was most dis-" tressing, survivors walking around their dead shipmates stretched their last sleep. The Eureka was ad-. vised to go to Rimouski wharf with "board; "Canadian way ''agent, .Mr.. Webber, who .was liere, having got.'ott the ill-fated'vessel with' the pilot, engaged all the cabs he could finrl and telephoned medical assistance. As the GRAND THREE DAY CELEBRATION That Sweet Grass, Montana, the gro'fflug, .hustling border town sixty miles south oC Lethbridge, wjll be the destination of all who are looking for a first class holiday with plenty of amusement, during the three dayg oC June 11. 12 and 13, ttierc is no doubt. TUe business men have combined and each has contributed a sizable sum that the three days carnival which is going to be held in Sweet Grass on the days mentioned above, may prove a grand success. The chief features of the celebration will be fur- nished by ths members of the T. I. Cash Carnival Company who have been engaged for the occasion. Their amusements which are all startling, hair raising- acts of a high order, is headed by a balloon ascension and marvellous parachute drop which 'will given every afternoon, a terrifying high divc-from a dizzy height, ending with two complete somersaults, will also be a daily attraction. These two Iieadliners well exccll but little the famous slide for life and the great midway shows given by the same company. That the merry-go-round, the pop corn man. and the lemonade vendor will be in evidence and 'well patron- ized will go for certain. Every citi- of the town is working to make this the largest and best .exhibition that has been given In this section and the town assures every visitor of a holiday that will be remembered. The Sweet Grass baseball team, which has not been defeated. wi'fi play each day with the strongest teams obtainable and it has signified its willingness to meet all comers. The popular phrase on June 3.1, 13 and 13 therefore will be: Meet me On the midway, Sweet Grass is ours. agent here, I advised all survivors that their cables and telegrams to their families ,would be paid by the C.. P. R. L "Laay Evelyn passed into llirnous- ki wharf about 4 a.m. 'with some more survivors and .bodies. Among the sur- vivors were Captain Kendall, com- mander of the ill-fated ship, who wna picked up by 'a life boat from the wreckage after the ship had gone down. "Most of'the. survivors were almtfit naked, in the cold morning with the temperature at 35, and white frost on the ground. "At 6.10 the Norwegian collier Stor- stad. coal Sydney, N. S. for Montreal, came along slowly, when, her'how was seen smashed in. It be- came known .that she was the vessel that had struck the Empress of. Ire- land the fatal blow. Storstad was not to allow her to proceed to Quebec under her o'wn steam, .but before proceeding she landed a few survivors and some Jea1 bodies which taken off by the steamers KureKa and Lady Evelyn, and landed on'Rimouski wharf. 'Empress-.foundered in a depth q' seventeen, fathoms about ten .miles below Father Point. There was not sufficient time to launch all the liie boats. operators were among the saved. Their signalling was tbe means -bf-A'eiy quickly bring- ing [i'sslstanq'f victims. "Tho about and is a small portion of the passen- gers and arc ?nis.s- .ing. Boats are stUl-.searching tug lo- cality. i (Signed) Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. G. and L. Snow, Props. FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS The Touriit and Fiihing Resort of the Kootenays WRITE FOR INFORMATION CANOES AND BOATS AT FACTORY PRICES I have the Exclusive Agency for the OLD TOWN CANOE COMPANY. H you contemplate, getting a Canoe for the summer, call and get-my prices.- Canoes' from up, f.o.b. factory: WILL HAYTER 611 15th Street South j Or Phone 1117 after 6 p.m. "Alter the spectacular two reel feature 'at. attriicte'lj an enthusiastic audience last'night, as and the oilier portion of Have you experienced the pleasure of SKATING Gather a number of friends and you -will fmd that an evening spent in skating will provide a real jolly time. The Kink is cool and well ventilated. Floor is good'. MUSIC Afternoon2-5 Evenings 7-10.30 l Free Instruction for Beginners in Afternoon The Cosy Roller Rink Under JTew Management and Managed Eight the .weii .balanced program met with entire approval, Miss May -Gordon, the child soprano ieiij showered with profuse bunU''6'I 'applause. The management' announces '.the. re- lease of the next Master -photoplay, which will appear on June 3rd and 4th. The fllm is particularly adapted to the coal city, la that the story threads around a coai mine. ''Ger- the famous story by Emile Zola, is unsurpassed ia; picturedqm for superb acting, depth of pathoi thrilling situations. The most famous actors IE France.took parkin Its pro- duction and it has been" ahowiv.all over Europe with stupandous-succMS. No S. A. Band Conctrt Sunday Owing to special meetings held at the Citadel the Salvation Annr will be unable-to-play In North. Lethbridge on Sunday, afternoon until further .notice. Toy oannot afford brtin-bBfofflnf headaches. NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers slop them In quick time and clear ywir head. They do not contain either phonacetln, aettmniKd, mccphlne, opium-or any other dacesrous drug, 25c. m' your Druggist's. jji NKTIOKAL LmtTCX OIL-OIL-OIL Section 11 In 10-3 The si i al c on this soc-. tion is roUcn with, seepage! Owner will sail or will throw in Ic'iisc Avitli reliable .syJidi- cntc. 21, HERALD Waite Campbell Col Saturday and Monday Only WE RECOMMEND' PHILLIPS ELLIOT OIL GAS Ca 1st Shares, par value of each, at per share. ;F C, P. R. officials are buying this. OILS, LIMITED A good sound company. Shares selling now in Calgary at each. We are selling the same at each and giving you a bonus of one share with each one purchased. UNION PACIFIC Calgary price 50c. Our price for today and Monday 25c. If we can't sell less than Calgary prices we won't sell at all Main Office 130-9th Ave. W., Calgary, Phone 1334 ;