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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE EADY TO DEFUND THE SUEZ I artilkm with cunt In iosltlou to guard the Suoi Can- 'til against a possible Turkish attack. How Germany Engineered The Komagata Maru Trouble Toronto, Nov. .27. "It's a Long Way., to goes the soldiers' marching song, but no longer than the way-lhe Germans went to embarrass Britain by chartering the Komosata Morn- to "bring a motley crowd of Hindus to Canada. The details of tills insidious scheme were explained to The .Globe by aMr. H. H. Stevens, M.P. for '.'-Vancouver, who was passing through the city on his way to Ot- tawa.- Tile -Information is vouchsafed by the.Ujaptam of the Komogata Maru. an official inquiry, declared thajjlthe vessel was chartered by a firm' of Qerman ship brokers iu Hong which confirms tho origin of the char- ter. The owners of tbe vessel were so incensed at the nature of the enter- prise that the captain, after he had discharged lils passengers on the oth- er side of the Pacific, was dismissed and JYPOS HAVE JOLLY IE A! MIR B, a new officer Dlaced In command. well timed was the despatch Lethbrldge typos have earned the of the, -Kumogata Maru and its cargo. of troublemakers is shown by the dates involved. The vessel was fin- ,orth thin at right The city council convened this morning in its, regular weekly con- clave. No mention was made regarding the appointment of'rthe citizens' commit- tee which .is to look into the ques- tion of salary 'reductions ami the 1015 estimates. The iinal report of the assessment comniit-tiie has not yet been Imnded in, but it is cxpoct- Mrs. K. 3. Smith, 8th St., S., and Mrs. (Dr.) Robertson, 7th St. S., collect for the motor ambulance for the Maliicsis1 Club. There will be a congregational so- cial church tonight to give the inunibcrs and of the congregation an opportunity to meet Rev. A. H. and Mrs. Uenoon. Martin. Ilarvuy asks me to-inform Canadian friends of the death at a nursing home in Sheffield, after a short illness, of John Kurkant, his stage director. KurkanVs unexpected sad end is deeply deplored by his Letter. their tanquet in the B.O.K hall on that reputation. The ed to he forthcoming by the middle oi the week. An application was received from a n oil-res id ent taxpayer asking for tho 1.0 per cent-, discount on taxes paid now The application was referred to the mayor, and it is not likely to be The Fort Rougo division of Uie granted. St. John Ambulance Association The" story of the covered rink at j have opened a free reading and cof- Henderson Lake is told by the coun- fee room for tlie soldiers stationed m cil's two resolutions on the propos- al made by Mr. WiUon. Tlie first one reads that the proposition .he laid on the table, and the other that it he lilcd. 0 A communication from ,los. Gilles- ____ pie re damage to his property at received for the first time since her llenflcrson.l-.akc by tlie party who arrival in this city. About forty lad- contemplated the erection of the dnK, j je.s called. .Mrs. J. A. Mitchell, as- was received and filed. The city en-jsjstod by Mrs. 'W. Stevan, poured toa. agreement with Mr. ;urs. Vatcs, of Warner, received also with lilrs. liurnsltle. The rooms were very artistically decorated with pur- pic and yellow crysanthemums anil Winnipeg. On Thursday, the of Novem- ber, Mrs. A. J. Burnside, whose hus- banrf is manager of the Canadian 13ank of Commerce at Claresliolm, tered into no Wilson, and no privileges i tended to him, so that the city is Correspondence regarding an acci- w. Pits- July between tlon was held_ ki mark their bury was referred to City Solicitor Britain and Germany on August 4.: ation of the tact that, in i, Mr pilsbury The attempt to create an agitation in'War depression in tho printing trade, ,two India coincided with other German I'Lothhridge Typographical. Union whrn a car that matured in July 551 had signed up a new agreement the was apparently calculated in has ot j Mr- Marnoch's report on the offscourings of Asiatic ports. Tho ,pte to pnnol.e a racial asita- -.cit) same as j Ecttlomcnt through his 1 liis ribs" started clSterS some ofthe Hindus wi'o t on and in the secona for the past year. It was ciiaracter or some oi tne mnaus nf 'husinp.F.s ns usual' ftmctu that eventful voyage, according to Mr. Stevens, is testified iu that ;haa subsequently been recelyed from tbe Chief of Police of Shanghai, who atatea that one bun- the worst criminals known In thpae ports.were on the Kcmogata Maru; So desperate ware these men thai--jim their return to Calcutta, seri- disturbances broke out, and in followed two Europeans were" hilled, as well as several of the police and sixteen of this -party. This with tho conduct of some at Vancouver when Inspector Hopkinsou waB'-'ftllled. Came. From BerM Those 'who are familiar with the "whole affair point to the significance of the fact that the first advice the Canadian officials..had the of of "highbindera" was .a newspaper despatcb from Berlin via New York, pair the loyalty, of tbe Indian army B.C. i ,o acUon Jak- ceived and filed. Mr. Marnoch drew ntio at that conference HK connect ion sweet peas. i j Tire wccldihg tool; place on Satur- day evening ;it Knox church manse of Thomas Fullcrton Smith and Miss Ellen Dilly, fcoth qf Letlibridge, Rev. A. 11. Denuon omciated. The wo-ading took place at Fifth Avenue Baptist parsonage At the time, however, no one was the international as one There'll Come a Time when constant leaning on tea and coffee bound to result. for rtqst people in chattered nervei, heart flutter, blHoueneiv ache pr'tome other of the well tea and coffee Mil. ItVrthe drug In tea. and '.coffee from 3 grama to the that the trouble or coffee disagrees; try POSTUM Food-Drink free from caffeine and tannin, or tny other harmful lub- ttinco Nothing but the goodneti of choice wheat, roaMed. with a bit molaoses, Into Postum. A beverage of de> llghtful taite and aroma, uaed with benefit by young and old. "There's a Reason" Poitum comei In two forma: REGULAR POSTUM, which has to 60 INSTANT mads in JtiieV Jiipiintttirt tins ___0_ and buying from local chants, anti he thought it would be jonly right if all local merchants i wo'uld see to 'it that all their print- bcln' I ing were done in Lethhridge. If the printing sent out of Lethnrtdge were kept here, he was sure it would ie- suit in the employment of three Mr. Bur- nett was the {xird Faunttorogr" of his mother i story. Upon return-, Ine from their honeymoon Mr. "and Mri Burnett will Fortj.nlnth der arrest. The taking of the Nestor caused a sensation here, made her head- quartersin' Fleetwbod. All alons it has been suspected that these mines were laid by vessels fly- ing neutral flags, but it was hardly thought that they were making a Bri- tish port thoir headquarters. Trey O' Hearts 1 ORCHESTRA NIGHT AT STARLAND TONIGHT ly the immedijite relatives and a friends attended. Miss Mary Wigle, sister'-ctf: the bride, was bridesmaid, while Mr. Walter McGregor was Clubs and Societies The Art and Literature Section of the aiat-hesis'Club will meet tomor- row afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. J. Irving, 412 12th at. S., at 3 o'clock. Start Your Christmas Buy- ing This Week, And Make This Store Your Head- quarters Window Curtain Scrims, loc. 36 Inch Scrims In cream or white, with handsome borders. Some in Bulgarian shades, others In floral designs Special nine per yard 15e A Dinner Set for Have you soeu this Dinner Set at ?5.43. Can't be beat tor nnd gold, 50 pieces In and see' ffif A a it............. .Clearing- Lot, 25c. An assortment of 'Baby Bibs, Bootees and Infantees in this lot lines are too numerous to mention; values up to 50c for ____ An Early Gift Hint Just a few of these handsome Vanity Party Boxes in a pleas- ing range of colors. Comes in neat shape, one of the season-s newest novelties. Contains mir- ror. talcum case, memoranda, pencil, etc., smart strap handle. Regular for for. These Waists A beautiful collection of Ladies' fine White AVash Waists. Mater- ials are lawns and styles are back fastening; high or low collars; long or 2-4 sleeves, nicely trimmed with CjSrt Hebe Irish lace and insertion, anil values Night Dresses, 05c Ladies' Night Dressus in a special sale. This line has reinforced yokes, lay-down collar, long sleeves, trimmed with frill of self material. Pink or white, 51.25 value Two Good Shirt Specials More jo tliosu Negligee Shirts at 99c. Handsome designs, good colorings. All values to ?1.50. All sizes. While thev last, for...........................................'.... SiSC Men's Heavy working Shirts in.grey striped, all flannels with collar attached. Cut large and roomy. .Regular price Of 3 ffn S .GO Men's Sappers to Slip Ouf Men's Felt-. Slippers in neat plaid designs, cosy and comfort- able fitting. Regular 51.00 val- ues. All sizes. -Muta: splendid gifts......... The "K" Boot for Boys buys a pair of these values tomorrow. "K" renowned for fit, wear, and style. All boss sizes ten Regular W Wash Day Helps PHONE 313 Pels Naptha Soap 10 bare for 'Old Dutch tor...... Sunlight Soap, 23 for..... 1 Ib. Golden Wect Pow- dcred Ammonia 3 for Large Bars Castile Soap......... 33c Hudson's Bay Co. cert on Tuesday 'night' at k8 o'clock. The St. Mary's Branch' of the St. Andrew's Brotherhood will hold their annual meeting tomorrow night in the vestry, to Us followed by a Men's Society meeting. All members are urged to attend. The Companions of the Forest will meet in St. Mary's Parish Hall to- ,The Epworth League of Westmins-1 morrow night, at 8 o'clock for ter church will meet tonight at 8 o'clock primary room. The' topic, will .be "How tbe League can help in the Great Prohibition Cam- paign." "Rev. G. H. Cobbiertick will the Rainbow bazaar, to be held by the Ladies' Aid of Wesley church m Wesley Hall, at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Ten per cent, of the pro- ceeds will go to tbe Patriotic Fund. The Daughters and Meide of Eng- business and ejection of officers. The G. F. Club will meet tomor- row afternoon with Mrs. Brailshaw, corner 9th Ave.'and 9th St. S. The history and current event sec- tion of the Mathesis club will meet at the home ot Sirs., P.. S. Smith, S04 8th St. S., tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The bazaar' and pantry sale under -the auspices of the Christian church, Brtnml blMk ville. Got, by ,l OUR CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS Have a charm and daintiness you -------------will admire------------- ftt is ami nhich give to our Greeting Cards the id- ly and welcomeness you most desire Jjj At the present lime our selection is practically jl unbroken, and a most pleasing one from which, to make your choice, whether you have in mind a card which is pietuly embossed, printed in colon, or plain, with the exception of a raised initial or monogram. fji To avoid all possibility of disappointment, as as the rush of later Christmas gift buy- ing, we suggest choose now the card which you wish to carry your Christmas mcsjage of good- will and cheer. 1-HERALD JOB PEPT. distinct success, 160 being land Sewing Class will meet at the i held on Saturdai from d till 9 p m home of Mrs. C: WalielLi, 12th' St., A., tomorrow afternoon at The Wesley church choir will meat for rehearsal for the Messiah con- realized.'. This mone to the general churc will' be devoted fund, a similar bazaar to be held later on in behalf of the Patriotic, fund. St. Cyprian's A. Y. P. A. are hold- ing a hard "time social in the parish room at. S o'c-loiik this erening, and all arc cordially invited to i New Management This Popular Eating House is now-under New Management. You will find It a good to Eat MEND IS WELI, COOKED AND ..WELL. SBKVBD -Satisfying 25c up The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 310 5th Street 8. The Dominion government hai set islde' ten acres at Empress, for i cemetery. NEW IMPERIAL BANK OFFICIALS ;