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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta JKSDAY, MAY HO, THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY IIKRALD_ PAGE FIVE Not Sticky JUST a few dashes of water and the copious lather of Ivory Soap vanishes from your skin. Ivory lather does not stick and make thorough rinsing impossible because it does not contain unsaponi- fied oil. 8 CENTS IVORY SOAP (jpl PURE 'T FLOAT5 Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada ID wo soy. 10 Toronto, May Interest at.- lached to L special meeting at tho To- i-oiito railway shareholders held today for tlic purpose ot considering 'i pro- Iiosal to issue in now stui'k, one now share tot each lour held now. Alter I he meeting General Manager Homing said the mccllng was 'liiani- inoiis in graining the required aulhor- ily. Asked as lo ivliat price the new slock would lie issued at, lie said I Hat was Tor Ilio directors to und had not been so ranch as dixcunsed yol. The monoy is ncedcil to nay off obligations and provide (or extension. The Toronto railway's lasl H'-oek issue was on June 1, .at par, which was the price ot the previous issues, save tho million .illot- led ill August, 1911, as PHONE 1224 stock bonus. What the Press Agents Say the Orplicum Tlio latest episode of Graft and her pictures will be shown at the rphcnin tonight. Kor tomorrow niglit ere is a good vaudeville bill includ- g the Avouda Duo, a boy and Ith a xylophone act. Dayton and Mc- have a comedy singing act that good. Bandy and Fields, eccentric are 'also good. The Stadium io have a great acrobatic act. There 111 also be KOine pictures. At tlie Empress Uirl of the Dance Hall" lea- ning Agnes Vernon is tlie feature Im at the Empress tonight. Tins irtrays the life, of a young girl who rs been lured into the tenderloin life 7 a noted gambler, of her rescue by young mining engineer and her sub- iiiuent marriage to another man.- In- n-esting situations arise when she blackmailed ny Faro Revere, the imbler. Tho whole three reels are- jplete with thrilling situations. The Girl and Tlie Game, will be lowu for the last time tonight. i At the Majestic ;What promises to be one of the tost important musical attractions of le year in this city, will be John P. locum's production of the merry mslcal absurdity, "Nobody Home' comes to the Majestic theatre jr one night only, next Saturday, line 3rd. 1 "Nobody Home" kept all New York lughlng at the Princess.and Maxime illicit Theatres last season and has een breaking records in Boston, Phil- (lelphia, and Washington cities this ear. It is the most remarkable mns- :al comedy production of the decade nd has yet to receive an adverse riticism. One cannot help liking it Because It is so different from the sual run of musical plays. Seats !re now selling at Hedley's. At Starland "The which was shown it Starland last night and which will le the feature again tonight, Is uu- oubtedly one o! tlie best Paramount iclures ever shown at this popular Sieatre. Blanche Sweet, never ap- leared to better advantage than she ,oes in the leading role of this erful photoplay. The comedy "Press- ng is a scream. Miss iirara will sing again tonight. On Wednesday and Thursday Con- lance Collier, the internationally fam- us London star, will appear for the first time at Starland in "The Tongues at Men a splendid five reel Moroscn production. In this play Miss Collier mays the part of .lane Bartlett, a tauious actress who becomes the ob- EXCELLENT AI ice CREEK Pincher Creek, May 't must be admitted that many furtive glances are being cast lately in tho direction where "Old Sol" useii lo be, still we have not as yet heard any discouraging reports. In fact crop reports are excellent. Quite a lot of rain has fallen In the past week and the moisture which needed for surface soil is now assured. Strange Deals Told of in Allison's Evidence (CONTINUED FKOM FlIONT 1'AOE) camp on September 24 in which he stated that he had an option on all brass cartridges lo be manufactured in the United States until the end of 1915. Some one asked Mr. Carvell where he got the documents, and the latter replied that he had a whole bag full of documents which he said lie receiv- ed from John R. Hathom, editor of the Providence Journal, the man who had done much to ferret out the Ger- man propaganda in the United States. He said he was glad to. be able to make this statement as there had been much speculation as to where he had secured his information. In reply to further questions Allison said he did not. think that because he had sent a telegram to General Hughes and re- ceived an order for cartridges from the shell commission, that it was Ca- nadian business. Mr. Carvell pro- duced a number 01 documents signed by A. H. Seaforth, a former private secretary to Allison, but the witness said they were not letters which had been authorized by him and they were not read. Mr. Carvell then set into a long examination ot Col. Allison in regard to the sale to the militia de- partment of a quantity of belts in re- gard to which, apparently. Col. H. Morgan and Llgnanti were interested. He produced a number of telegrams and cablegrams which were supposed to have passed between the three par- ties, but ill no case would Allison ad- roit that he had heen the sender or receiver. His usual reply to questions was that he had no recollection in re- gard to the matter. "Do you said Mr. Carvell, "that Morgan bought these belts at and turned thsni ever to you at and they were sold to the de- partment atiSo.BO, an advance of over the manufacturer's Allison would not admit it. "In negotiations between you and the department, did yon not advance Burden. May in Bur- ilett is all but over with tho excep- tion of a few oats. The ground is thor- oughly soaked with rain, which almost insures this district of a bumper crop this year. We liad continuous rains from Hay 22nd to May 28th. The heaviest rain for years visited Burdett and district Sunday after- noon, May 28th. There will not be the acreage of wheat sowed this year, but there will be more flax than in Taking it altogether, there are, we believe, as many acres under cultivation as in' 1315.' The early sowing of wheat is already covering the ground. The farmers are all wearing that well earned smile which assures the busi- ness men that something is looked for in the harvest line this fall. The C. P. R. painting gang visited the city and changed the color on the station and section house. ,Bert Campbell, who has been in the hospital at Bow Island for the past two weeks, returned home Friday. II Pincher Creek, May fun- eral took place today from her Mate residence, near Pincher Station, of Mrs. Willock, widow of the late Mr. Leslie Willock. The deceased lady was taken ser- iously ill about three weeks ago and passed away at the Memorial hospital on Saturday morning, May 27th. Mrs. -Willock had been a resident of this district, for 26' years or more and many friends gathered for the service which was conducted by Rev. Hillis Wright, after which the burial took place in the Pincher Creek cem- etery. The WcdncBdiiy nicotine tlie lad- les' aid of tho Christian i-hurdi has been postponed this week. t Mrs. 11. T. W. Koraler is leaving tomorrow fur her home in Medicine Hat after spending a few days will] Mr. and .Mrs. E. K. J. Footer. .Miss Nan Denoon, daushler of Rev. iA 11. and Mrs. Donoon, is recovering as well as can bo expected from an operation for appendicitis. .Mr. James Wallace lias returned 'from Leiiiud Stanford university, Cal- I ifornia, and will spend the summer j with Ilia parents. Madame Valadu. mother uf tlie lale Mrs. Roy, arrived from Ottawa yes- i terday afternoon and will return to- morrow night accompanied by Dr. Roy. V 6 Mrs S J. Shepherd. jy" her little daughter. -Marjorie and her mother, Mrs. John Dixon, of Maple Creek, left yesterday afternoon to pend the summer at Victoria. The officers and members of tho Masonic Lodge. No. 3'J are issuing in nations to a dance in the Masonic .all on Friday, .lime 9th. Kitty per cent of the proceeds will be given to .he I. 0. U. E. Dr. and Mrs. P. Hamilton Mcwburn of Calgary, announce the engage- nent of their daughter Helen Wiilton. ,o .Mr Norman Beverly Robinson, of Toronto. The marriage will take place early in June. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward of Dia- mond City, announce tlie engagement of their only daughter, Muriel Kstelle, to Mr. Arthur Cunning, of Coalhurst. The wedding will take place on Wed- nesday, June 14th in the evening at the home of the bride's parents. The annual luncheon of the Math- esis club will be held in the Letll- bridgo hotel-dining room on Wednes- day at 1.45 p-m. At the conclusion of the luncheon the 'business meeting and election of ollicers for the ensuing year will take place. Members who have not received their club pin may procure them on Wednesday. Rev. A. H. Denoon united in mar- riage -Miss Lillian Etta Kane and Mr. Thomas Henry Nolan, both of Iron Springs. The ceremony was per- formed last night at Knox Manse. Berlin, via London, May air raid by a German flying squadron on a Russian aeroplane station at Papen- holui on the Island of Oesel, in the Gulf of Riga, is announced in official communication issued by the war of See lost night. The statement reads: "Thursday night a German ail squadron again dropped bombs on a Russian aeroplane station at Paneil holm on the Island of Oesel. The squadron obtained lucky hits, mustlj ion the air station itself. "In spite of a heavy fire directed Regina. May police court this morning J. lirown, chief clerk of the roads'branch of the highways de- partment; E. H. Devline, M.L.A. for Klnistino, and E. H. L. Smith, former manager of the Broad Street branch of the Bank of Ottawa, were arraigned before Magistrate Heffernan. Brown and Devline were committed for trial while Smith's hearing is proceeding. The charge of theft of against Smith, was changed to one of obtain- ing about from the, govern- ment under false pretences. Mr. Sampson said the basis of the case was that Smith was a party to Brown's fraudulent transactions, and therefore the principal in the case. Big' Conference to Openj Wednesday j TCoxrisoED I'no.M FROST PAGE) against them all our aeroplanes re- turned safely." to make him eat his words. The rec- tor after finding out. what a great nmount of good the actress is doing quietly, apologizes through the press, offers to marry the prima donna, who accepts. At this point the play takes an unexpected turn. Don't miss it. FEET AREN'T ACHING OR TIRED USE "TIz" for tender, puffed-up, Burning, Calloused Feet, and Corns i People who are forced to stand on (heir feet all day know what sore, lender, sweaty, burning feet mean, frhey use "TIz" and "TIz" cures their feet" right up. It keeps feet in per- fect condition. "TIz" is the only hemedy in the world that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet and cause tender, sore, tired, aching feet. It instant- Iv stops the pain in corns, callouses and bunions. It's simply glorious. Ah! how comfortable your feet feel after using "TIz." You'll never limp or draw up your face in pain, lour shoes won't tighten and hurt your feet. 1 Get a 25-ccnt bos of Tiz now rrom any druggist. Just think! a ivhole year's foot comfort for only 26' hiadian because many pur- chases were made by the militia de- partment for the Imperial authorities. In reply to further questions, Alli- son said that Mr. McAlpine, ot Winni- peg, Had been paid 55000 in commis- sion in connection with sales by the Adams Saddlery company, of Toronto, to the militia department. He de- clared that he had never heard of the matter. Mr. Carvell then examined Allison In regard to the purchase by him of rounds of small arms ammunition from the Reming- ton Arms company, explaining that, ho had been advised that is was partially Canadian business. He asked the witness if he had ever been shown a photograph of a receipt for ATM LIFE OF Berlin, hy wireless to Sayville. May unsuccessful attempt to as- sassinate the Anstro-Hungarian minis- ter to Persia is reported in a Con- stantinople dispatch io the Overseas News Agency today. The attempt, ac- cording to the dispatch, was made by Djemel Bey, "who several years ago was involved In the assassination of Mahmoud Schefket Pasha, Turkish matter which should not be gone into. Sir Sam Hughes, minister of militia, who was called it produced a statement covering 20 typewritten pages which he proposed to read. Ob- jection was taken hy both Mr. John- ston and Mr. Hellmuth, on the score that they had a right to examine the minister. Both commissioners agreed that there was no objection to the General reading his statement. In order to give counsel opportunity to examine the statement the commis- sion adjourned till 6 p.m. B. C. PROHIBITION BILL GETS ITS THIRD READING Victoria, B.C., May stren- uous opposition by some six members of the legislature, who attacked the prohibition bill on various grounds, and after a proposal that compensa- tion should he granted to those who have Interests, the bill would dam- age and suggested a number of otner amendments, the bill was given its third reading this afternoon.________ 9 00 of committee on Questionaire, joint meeting of laymen and ministers. 10.00 The ordination service of young men to the work of the ministry next Sunday morning will follow the ser- mon by the General Superintendent, Rev. S. D. Chown, D.D., when eleven vonng men who have completed their probation and college courses will be ordained. This will be a most im- pressive service. the men will on Friday even- ing relating their conversion and call to the work of the ministry and their reception Into full connexion with the conference 'will be moved by Rev. S. W. Fallis of Calgary, who will give an important address. For the convenience of the Meth- odist conference a telephone rand pay box have been -placed .in Wesley church office where all Inquiries re- garding billets may be made of the secretary of the billeting committee, Mr. George Whelen. Conference Book Room Mr Whltlker representing the Meth- odist Publishing House, Toronto, will arrive tomorrow and will take charge of the conference book room in Wes- ley hall. A large and well selected stock of hooks will be found there, affording a rare opportunity of selec- tion for all who wish to avail them- selves .of it. Delegates to the Alberta Methodist Conference arriving on the midnight trains will not be sent to their billets, till the next day. BED ROSE WEDNESDAY ECONOMIES Enticing Specials That Tell of Sharp Savings Silk Dresses in a Variety of Colors Bo Only Silk Dresses, Xow York exclusive stylos in a ninety of col- ors to chouse j'roTH in all values to For Wednesday these are marked at HOUSE DRESSES Extra large outsizes, Just arrived. (jjl "JC splendid quality, special NURSES' APRONS White, fine quality, splendid values Price '3C CHILDREN'S ROMPERS In pink, blue and white, in ginghams and heavy chambray, special each MEN'S ENGLISH NAVY BLUE SUITS In the new- Spring style, extra fine duality, will give every satisfaction, all sizes to d> -j r ftfj select reg. 525 value, per suit 1 J.VU MEN'S STRONG WORKING BRACES Very well made, reg. 50c. Wednesday special, per pair MEN'S NEW TIES In four-in-hand styles, latest colors and patterns, very special, each. MEN'S K BOOTS In black-and-tan blucher styjes. solid leather throughout, reg. 56.nO, for MEN'S TAN CALF BOOTS Button and blucher styles, all sizes, reg. ?6.00 for LADIES' OXFORDS In black and tan. blncher and button flQ styles, reg. ?6.00 for WINDOW 'SHADES Dafk green color, size 36 in. x 72 inches, mount- ed on spring rollers, with fittings com- plete, special each INSERTION TRIMMED WIN- DOW SHADES Mounted on best Hartshorn rollers, size In. x 72 in. reg. 95c, special each STAIR CARPET Reversible Jute Quality, useful inches wide, special per yard 21 inenes special. per yard............................ tUC MATTING 36 lu. wide, reversible quality in bluo and brown colors, special per yard "Quality" Groceries Attractively Priced for Tomorrow FLOUR, JsTo. 1 Brand, H. B. Oo.'s Seal of Quality, Royal House- hold Mother's Favorite and Five Roses, 98 Ib. sacks ROLLED OATS, 8 Ib. sack 33C 20 Ib. sack 69c SUGAR, Pure 10 Ib. .sack 95c 20 Ib. BUTTER, Brookfield Creamery, 2 Ibs................... 75c APPLES, good cooking. 5 Ibs. BACK BACON Swift's Premium whole or half special Ib. 27c .1 SALMON, Red per tin 19C' CORN, PEAS BEANS, special 3 cans for 33c TOMATOES, reg. I5c, special 3 tins 40C SALMON, finest Sockeye, 2 tins 40c ROYAL CROWN SOAP, 2 cartons 45c PELS NAPTHA. per carton 69C' CORN SYRUP, 5 Ib. tins..... 35c' MACARONI, 5 Ib. boxes, 39c HONEY, finest Ontario, 2% Ib. tins 59c THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Ottawa, May department of interior has issued a set of regula- tions governing the development of po- tassium in a large area of Dominion lauds extending along the Peace, Ath- abasca and Mackenzie rivers. The following preamble precedes the regulations which appear in the Canada Gazette tonight: "Whereas it is also represented that the area of a location acquired under the provisions of the regula- tions approved hy the order in coun- cil of 13th August, 1908, above refer- red to, is not sufficient to induce prospectors to incur the expenditure necessary to discover such salts, that discovery caa only be made by means of deep lioro a very iargo expenditure, that the search may be quite unavailing, and that, owing to the very great public bene- fit which would result from such, a discovery, it might be in. the public interest "if liberal inducements could be offered to companies willing to risk so large an initial outlay -upon the chance of making a discovery, and, "Whereas, owing to the great de- mand for certain salts of potassium for fertilizing purpose's, and the fact that the present production Is quite insufficient to satisfy the world's re- quirements." The regulations permit of e lease of the lands in question not exceeding acres, and the leane is lo be applied tor at Dominion offices. The rental tor the first year at the rate of 28 cents an acre shall accompany the application. Thereaf- ter the rate will be BO cents per acre annually. One year after the securing of the lease shall have such machin- ery on the lands for. prospecting pur- poses as the minister "may consider necessary. GERMANS REPORT GAINS Berlin, via London. May capture of French positions along the entire front between the southern ridge of Dead Man's hill and the vil- lage of Cumieres, .south of Corbeaux wood and Caurette wood, were an- nounced today by the war office. George Brown, postmaster at Shakes- peare for than half a century died in his eighty-seventh year. Judge L. B. Nash, a pioneer jurist and attorney, is dead at Spokane. Skin Muddy? Dull eyes, blotches and other skin blemishes result from a disordered ai- gestlon. Purify the blood, tone tie stomach, gently stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels and bne with BEECHAM'S PILLS Worth OuliiM ;