Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIPGE DAILY HEKALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914 PAGE FIVE My new store in the Empress Block will be i-morroi I invite the men of the city to come in and take a look my fine new Mrs C. F.-. Wray and daughters tt'ilma and Jean, arc IravhiR Thurs- day to spend the winter months with relatives in Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'. Lindsay, of Lcthhridgc, are the guests of Mr. anil llrs. J. Watson, Calgary The first man to make a purchase of or over on Wednesday (tomorrow) morn- ing will receive a new Stetson Hat FREE can help you to dress well on a small income, and can show you a stylish and dependable line of men's wear very reasonably priced EMPRESS BLOCK FIFTH STREET A .j. .5. .5. TORONTO SOLDIER KILLED IN ACTION Toronto Nov. 0. Gordon MacKenzic, ol Toronto has been killed -in action in Trance. The newts was cab- v lod to Ms father, H. G. Mac- Keuzie, a prominent lawyer ot this city by the war offico to- _ day. V V V V V V V V V Albert Olmetead, of was ma-Tied to Elizabeth Francis Simpson, daughter of Jlr. and .Mrs. Frank Simpson ot.Carmanmiy. Mr U C. Ulundeil, accountant ol tho Bank ol Commerce and Mr. Alexander, mvecto o [in the presence ol a few intimate I friends, Miss Kathleen Fcrrens, p[ I I Lethbridgc, became the bride of Claresliolm, James Fitzpatrick o! I'.iiaiJMc. TIic happy couple will reside at dial- Clubs and Societies eine Hat, on Sunday. _ A practice lecture school tomorrow at -'..15 when date of tlic examination will he cided upon. .1. U. TremblaV; formerly of Leth jriilge hut now of Jiedieir.? Hat, ac- cornpanied Mr. Thecdor Fossum i j attend the violin recital in Knox lurch tonight- Mr. Trep.iblay now is a studio in Medicine Hat and isi :'y'ing to arrange a rental there r. Sadowski. The marriage is arranged and softly take place very quii'tiy be-! can Cochranc. Loni llefkcrt Her'-i ey is a brother of the Marquis oi r'istol, and is in the diplomatic ser-i ice, and his fiancee is the second; allgllter oi thc. Bar.1 and.Co'jntjss oi' nndonald, who rcsu'.cd in Ottawa: 'liile the earl was j 1 the Canadian militia. j meeting of the I. 0. D. K. be held on Thursday at- li'.kenioon, November 19, at four o clock iu the Y.M.C.A. ladies' Westminster League met 1; st inn at seven o'clock. A splendid hot __ ___ th hour was' spent on the Ke- teacher training A Truly Helpful Environment for your dauehlerqt tho period character is being forjnsd. For. prospectus and terms, wrile tie Principal 00 Oat ONLY A FEW. MORE ERISpDES TO END .THE MILLION MYSTERY ASOU1TH ANNOUNCES LOANS FOR DOMINIONS Makes Provision to Obviate Neces- sity of Goinn tn London Market London Nov 16 Premier in his speech in Parliament said that FOR VICTORY ANY OUTRAGE IN JUSTIFIED London, Nov. correspond- ent of the Standard in Copenhagen wires as follows: "Major-Gen. VOB Dilttrtr! in an article .to the Ham- burg Nachrlcht says: -'No object whatever -can be served, by taking any notice of the. accusa- tions of Barbarity leveled against Ger- many by the foreign critics. We. owe no explanation to anyone. .Whatever net raimnltted by our troops for the pucposQ of and destroying; th.6 enemy is a bravo act and fully justified. Germany stands the supreme arbiter of her qwn meth- ods. -It is of no consequence what- ever if all the monuments ever creat- ed, all the pictures ever painted, all the buildings ever erected by the great architects of the world he de- stroyed, if. by their destruction we HERO TWICE DECORATED British Officer Receives Iron Cross and Victoria Cross; Dies London, Nov. Paris dis- patch to the Central News says: "During the recent fighting: the German troops after a fierce charge etreated, carrying ail their -wounded except one man. A British officer vho went out to bring in the wound id soldier 'was himself wounded, bul nanngcd to bring In the German sol dier to shelter, where later "both were Eed up by a German ambulance, a reward for his bravery and hu- manity the British officer received .he Iron Cross from the German com mantling officer. He was sent bacfc ;o his own trenches, where ;was recommended for the Victoria' Cross succumbed to his injuries, 111 ma opctvu -v.------ of ihe additional war crenit yiumotffll Germany s victorj 120CJOO 000 out of which, 000000 Inai ...___ War is The ngjiest stone placed to 000 out of which, 000 OW) THO ugjjeat piacett tc would be to the aimy and mark the burial ot a German grena jiavy. and made interesting an diei is a glonoua mpnuirent nouncement that S16250000 OE the totil would be for the use of the self govirn ng BuHunions and to obviate the Tiecescitj of tneir coming into the than all the cathedrals jri Europe put together. They call us What of it? We scorn I ondon marmot for loans sen. juncture at tbn their abuse. them .and WAPEFOSES JPE8ITION HriW.'She Saved by Taking Lydia E Pink- hwn'4' Vegetable Compound. Lcgansport, Ind baty WM REAS.ON FOR CAiLUAUX' TRJP TO SOUTH AMERICA Paris, Nov. Havas Agency des patch" from Bordeaux says that the purpose'of the trip to South America of former Minister of Finance. Jos Caiilaux is a' visit to Brazil, where he inquire into the possibilities of overs year old and I bloated till I was .obtaining Brazlfan raw maternls and pt'o burden, to myself, [foodstuffs for France I suffered from M. Cailiaux, who is. treasurer and male .trouble so I'general paymaster, of the French could not stand on with the rank of colonel sail with Mme CailUux on the steam Perou from Bordeaux yesterday _ I hape that in this merited the title of Let neutral peoples and our 'enemies cease their empty, .chatter, which may well be compared to the twitter -of L'Gt them cease to talk'Of-the cathedral Reims tnd ot all the churclies.dnd all the castles in France which have shared its fate "troops must achieve victory, Wliat else matters. FIERCE STORM RAGES ON GREAT LAKES Sault Ste.-Marie. No boats have passed Soo since 2 p.m. yesterday. A record snowfall i has leen recorded at fche weather-bureau for this section, nearly-sii inches hav ins fallen since 10 o'clock last night ihe wind ha' blowing a fifls miie gale. Forty steamers' are -'shel teied between the Soo and Whitefish Point E'rom advices received from a down bound captain, it is figured that noaa of. these steamers which passed m since Friday e eitured out fron Whitefish; In this way, overdue ves sels.at the-head of the lakes are ac counted for as safe. my feet and I felt of needles were prick- ing me all over. At last my doctor told I me that all that TWO CAVAufeY LEADERS me cast umi, t Calgary, Alta., Nov. unfort- would cave me was innate mix-up -appears: been a n operation, but1 made in the appointment of coin -------------------Jjjyj J refU3ea i Inlanders for the Alberta Mounted husband to get me a bottle of I nif'o Regiment which is scheduled Lydk E Pinkhsm'B Vegetable Com- to go with the first contingent There pound and r would try it before I would a Lieut Col Geo submit to any operation _ He did so and lieutenant colonel of thc 16th Light Horse of Calgary and Lieut-Col. Sissons of the: loth bcrta Rangers, Medicine Hat, Death of After, a lingering illness, Violel Christina, the 'wife at C. S. .Richmond of 902 -Eleventh passed I improved right along I am now doing all my work and-.feeling fine. "IQiope other sufforini; women will try you? Compound I will recommend it to ail I know Mrs DANret D B. DAVIS, 110 we all tcstinw- ruals winch we publish are genuine, is it ____......, help any Bother woman who is suffering in a likevtnanncr? If itau are ill do not drag akng until an ojieration is necessary, bat nt once lake'Lydia E I'inkham'i Vegetable Compound, TVrito .Pinlrham -Irom PRINCE ERNEST AUGUST GOES, INSANE OVER WAR London, Nov. Copenhagen correspondent of-the Standard sends the foKo'wIng: 'Prince Ernest o fathar oE the Duke o BrunsTicl, who is Emperor Wil Ham's son-in-law, has beea discoveret wandering about in a demented con dition. He has been missing, for sev eral weeks, and It is said that th war has effected his brain. It is un derstood that he Is now in an asylum Don't Merely a Vj, n Vii ii iVi_ T service will Be Mia at me nouss 23Q tomorrow w tne nev 7, CobbltdlcV At fie reoiiesl rend nnd answered I Of deconsed It K kindly askci strict conlidauco, no flowrn lie sent asthma for some time end for the benefit of her health Mr. and Mrs Richmond came to: Lethbridge two _ IUM IM jeirs ago from New Westminster I pound of after spending some years in Calgary. The remains will be shipped to Parrv Sound and a private funeral service will be held at the house A :d Stop tho Thins that It the Conch Stop Itself A couch is really one of our bcs fnei ds It warns ns that thcra is inflam mation or. obstruction in a; dahgermi phcfl Therefore vhcri jou gtt a ha cough aon fc proceed to dose joftrseU wit a lot of drugs that merely "stop th cough temporal ilv tli throat nerves Ircit tup cause heal th inflamed membranes Here JB a hoiuc- mide rrmcdi that prota right ftt thc caus ami will imkc an obstinito couch more qinckij than >ou ever thought poa ihlc Put onncen of Pinrc fiO cent north) jn a, Ifi ounce bottle flIUtli bottle cramslatcd sugar syruj Thi-i Son Ili ounces of flic mos pleaBint and effective remedy" vuu it a of "''nta Ifu mine to prepare. directions with It noals -the inflamed momhrnnea s ccnth and promptly that you Bonder it does it ioooens a dn, o s i oooens a n, oarse o iff coi fill ind stops tlic o plilejjni in the (hroAt itid brpncjii tl tubes thtts -.the. persistent loose cpugl concentrited coir pound of Norway pine rich i saaiacol and is fanionx thc world ote for its healing effect on the ly i The Rocq uitli HUB Co loronto, Ont ond letter on the I class. a 'frolic." Sometime during the same the primary and beginners un- der the leadership of Mrs. Westcott sir planning for a pleasant afternoon for tbe little ones and their par- ti. K. Ji. degree meet at S o'ckok sharp, Mrs. Thomas LonR was the hostessi J f a jolly house party last evening m onor of her guest her sister Miss J .ucy Kelly of Lalgan. tiros layed.at four tables, pretty lav-: rs going to Miss Hos and Dr. Oalh- to be followed by a Free and Easy, at which the Ancient and Canadian Order of Foresters together with the Mnnse Lodge, will play an exhibition tame of carpet tall. All members are n> -nested to attend, refreshments following goods were sent to Cross society in Calgary Lethbridge on Saturday last: f 12 dav shirts, 2U night shirts, 13 an, Jltss Uackus ana H 0. Long apyjamas 35 nightingales, 1 eceiung the consolau.on dressi 2 bea jackets, 33 pairs er p ay damty TOreEhnunts were tmve, t ir 5heoMi t ctvcd at tue tables. Miss Kc w ,1 Jg ir sock 12 eturn to talgua couvle of 2 pairs piiiows and covers, M fomentation wringers, 28 nlaro broad bandages, 27 hodside tags, 15 ha6s, 5i hot watet C.OT" uiakini: wristlets for the I. The marriage recently Greene, of Tta maid was Miss HuuJi tircen brides- sister upported by -John irothcr of'the jjrijle. The marriage is arranged to take place immediately' between Captain I. of the 18th Jattalion, 4th, Canadian Con: titigcnt, and Miss' C-eraldine Boyd, of Gardens, London, daugh- .er of tt-L lite Ltf.Ool C E Boid, ol Titclllield, Hants. Calgary Herald "Vz and Mrs Ar a charramg supper party at feflr ptettj bungilotV Elbow last evening in honor of. and "Mrs Lindsav of Lethbndge and llr., and Mrs. Harry Tail, of Toron- ;o Thi, tabh. was centred with a golder his et of while and gold chrisanthcpiuros tiql with gold m ribbon, and candles with dainty gold and rosebud shades were at oach corner. Among the other guests were Mrs Vrooman Vr Donnan Leth btidge, and "Mr G Uest Jones SMITH ii. verv pretty house wedding was solemnized at eight o'clock Thursday etSnmg fvotember 12th at the homo and to cast them loosely. On Monday evening, Nov. 16, the Young People's Society of St. Cyp- rian's churoh held one of their usual delightful weekly, gatherings, devo- tional in character. feature of the evening was n lecture ;by the Rev. Canon Mowat ol Cardston on the "Prayer illus trated by lantern slides, a "lecture which certainly proved-to be exceed mgly intere-ting and mstructne to the large number present Ihe devo tional committee is to >be congratulat ed on securing for this occasion the Ret Canon whose popularity and ability has alwavs been recog nized and appreciated in the past and .who. It is, hoped .will again favor St. Cyprians in the hear future witl another address The-bazaar which is-to be held-by the Women s of SL Cyp rian's Church on 1'Tiday next, from "3 until 6 o clock in Dowslej S, Mul hern's old stand in tbe Shertock Block (just around the, corner from Jackson's .drug promises to- be a great success. The ladies of St C5P- of drb Wm T Smith Ta rjans Cuurch earned quite a re ber Alberta wh-n their youngest putation for excellence in connection daughter Beatrice Mae was united! -with the pintrv sales bazai s and "-J----- other functions whereby the women of the Church help the sood work Beatrice Mae to Jlr Pen.) I Fender c' Mcdiune Hat. Only the immediate friends of the family were pcesent. The bride along, and Friday's event should prove 1 attended In Miss tola Miller oi later and "Mr Urn SUlon of "Uedi cine Hat assisted the groom The ceremony was performed bv Rev Air MalnflJ pistor of Presbjter lan church lalei Miss famith vris formctlj a of St John New Brunswick and came west to faber m September 1312 and is qui ewell known in McJicme Hat "Mr PenJer, son of Ifc. and Mrs DaMd Fender, 10 fatnniw St Guelph for murh of Guelph Ontario came west to "Medicine Hdi, m 1 A was i mem ler of tho Guelph Herald stall for foui jears a sumod duties with the Morning limes 01 Medicine Hat and had charge of the oflice when tho morning jourml lirst commenced as a dailj )car ago he his connection .with the Times and took a ptsiticn on the News stall PBRRENS quiet oJding solen.mzed at V 'ej church jesterdaj atternoon at 4 dd hj O H CciMe-l ck COWAN'S SOLID CHOCOLATE MAPLE BUDS j Great for I great (or everybody. Sold Evcrywkeri ONLY A FEW MORE EPISODES TO END THE MILLION MYStERY 10 exception to the rule.. There, will le the usual tables of fancy candy and home cooking, and in aildi- ,ion the Junior' W.A.'s table of do, s and dolls' clothes, on which the young girls of the church haye -norked faith 1ullj and under the capable guidance of Mrs. Frank SarnEon. There twill. also, he a 'tea room, afternoon tea wi'il he served. Ten per oojt pf tho proceeds at the hazaar will be gvven to the Patriotic fund Donations for the bazaar will be very welcome if. sent to Mrs. .E. Jack- son, 1412 Sixth avenue' South, and ev erybodj is asked to a point the bazaar next some time in the afternoon. 1 irge croxvtl of folks turn ed out at League last nighl to witness tht Mock trial in which thc church was on the stand chargo.1 with neglecting its duty to the hea the-i m loieign lands Thc young peo- ple ol Coaldale adnnrabjx handled thc case The follow inq w as the cast k rank Suggit Faw Crown for All Ltffler Crown (liltert Rogers Witnesses Indian itfisi Rogers Japanese, Llojd Siirim negro Clif ford heighc Chinese Jessie 5Ich Tosh Hmrlu Jas Mis MrLcod Tr.e was tint tha cl-urch had been guilty ot gross negligence in failing to carrj oJt its dutj but as the church MM the oniv trustee of the lesacy, sentence would be sus- pended but if called before thc again on the same charge be aoicri.lt deilt During the evening a pleasing solo jvas rendered hv Miss I an the Ltthbrirtgo tulld in "th K P hall on Friday ovoning of tin QS-. I he ptoaels thc Guild's fund to provldo mean ftf Ifivinj Rowers lor the sick dut :ets and C Special Sale and Showing Saxony Blankets in white with red or blue border. 60x80, special Wllncy All Wool Blankets witli red or blue border. 60x80, special Better qutility, 64x84 Better nualilv, Witney Best Qyality All Wool, white with pink or blue border. 64x84 70x90 for Hudson's Bay Celebrated Point Blankets in white, khaki, grey, navy, red or Krcen. 4 Point Silver Grey All Wool'Blankets. 68x88 for Steel Orey Wool Blankets. 58x78 for: 62x82 for Point 64x84 for 56x76 for 60x80 for 70x90'for.......... Big Special Union Grey Blankets 60x80 with fancy C-j K border. Cor Plet'te Blan- kets, white 72x90 Flette Blan- g4 "Jte its, white or grey I w kets, Eiderdown fii.SO for for for 525.00 for Comforts at Comfort Specials Lamanated Cotton 6J3 JJE Down, reg. 52.50 tor V? s Better grade -with light colored Silkoline coVers Regular 53.50 Best grade'Saline I Cover, for manufacturers' prices, all mitsreii and ventilated: 53-95 S10.50 for for for ......J15.00 "Quality First" Groceries-Phone 313 Sugar Special Lay In your winter stock at these prices. In all prob- ability you will not be able to duplicate them. On CJ-9 gE sale all day tomorrow, 100 Ibs. purs cane sugar.. 1 Ontario Golden Russet Apples, 7 Ibs. Ontario Prime Cheese per pound Delicious Apples Perboi............V I- St. Charles Jliik fid 10 for.............-5> Axminster Hearth Rugs These, are .worthy of special mention. One of our best val- ues in Rugs, rich pile, tan floral, tan oriental and green floral designs. ffi'S OS Size 27x54 3? Lamps 25 Watts '40 Watts 60 Watts 30c Men's BQotf) to Sci'i-ry Out at 83.25 There are upwards of 25 pairs of these Men's Sturdy Boots in stvl- made of extra good quality American Elk col ors black and tan; comfortaWe and -pliable Regular 54.00 Men'b MaclvinaAv Coats if! 1.23 Pmctical and seasonable Coats that promise to be in greater favor than .ever.' Popu- lar check" patterns, belt 'and flap ffijj Regular ?5 oO Ladies' Sweaters to clear These come in plain and fancy knits in cadet, red, navy, fawn, white and cardinal, splen- did for skating and out-of-door wear, shawl collar. Regular 5-I.2J 'White "Wool Shawls for 89c- Large size White Wool Shawls fancy oorders and wool fringe regular fa Mackinaw Coats for Boys Bojs all wool -Vfactanaw Coats, smart mannish style with bolt and high sliawl collar just the coat for your ,boy- cold Regular. 87.50 Ladies' Underskirts tor These garments nicely made of tine quality light weight Moire, knite ple'ated flounce.-jin all populai shades 9Q Regular ?3 oO .ooy ng the winter months hoo-i vill Le provided for the occasion aids till 11.30, then dancing rnibei of th" "i oung People s so of Kno church last o) ed a most pi y Mr W Carson ot ths AI C A U is itte to note tb.at the attenaance ii thc'e Monday aight nic-tmjs is greatlv increased -over last jcar ami it is 1 opod that th to cur, as n piolilablc parcr on society bj attending 1 POUND-250 CUPS Six Cups for One Cent Is by far thc most economical tea and the richest, moit satisiying in flavor. Ask definitely for Bine Ribbon. 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