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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCT011ER.2, 1915 Oct. telegram Trcmi Amulet-darn says that Aus- tria! Is about to souci an irttl- imitimi to Kumauia demanding passage of munitions to Turkey. Your Relief Is Guaranteed. tliat the 25-mile extension THE LETHRRincB T) A L Y HERALD PAGE Skin Sufferers The D. D. Proscription for Ecze- ma, n mild, antiseptic wash, 1 1 nit awful itch iiiHlantly. Druggists throughout tlic city have witnessed suclvreimirkaiblo cures with tli is remeily that they 'now univer- sally recommend D, D. D. As proof of their confidence, they offer you thtj first full-size'd boi.tle on fuiamutce tltiit unless it docs the SALMIS TOR YOU. It costs you not a tfnt. A generous trial bottle for "5c. J. D. Hlginbotham Co., Limited, Druggists, Letlibriclge, Alberta. Di D. D. IS MADE IN CANADA. VlHnrhi, H.C.. Oct. Charles Peer.s Davidson, special commission- er to inquire into tlie war contract, inportunity of gain- ing practical knowledge of the inter- ior workings and efficiency of sub- marines, tlie.purchase of which be is now investigating, when on invitation of Uem.-Conimander -B. K. Jones, in charge of the undersea boats, lie took' a trip in Esquimau harbor, descend- ing and remaining underneath' the surface for over thirty minutes, dur- hich time the vessel, the CC2, jjut through various war-time ev- o'liitions. Accompanying Sir Charles an his deep sea drive were Auditor-General John Fraser, John Thompson. K.C., the Commission counsel, and Camp- bell iDavitlsoH, son of the commis- in conjunction with action from Uie J towns on the eastern end of the I line, to have, the line compjete 1 I through .un'l connected up with tlie i eastern end, is being discussed by j [.ethhririgo bu-siiicss iiien. The advant- manner in which the ve of the li.'ic as a through line., in and in the apparent eifi euultl lie shipped direct. One or two of tire business men are of the opinion that tlie railway commission! lld be asked tri compel, the fail-j v company finish the'line, tout I tit "ie ib strong opposition to thi, course tors chiefly Let me you of a which is a favorite of the feel preparedness of the was to met on Tuesday, -will meet on Monday afternoon promptly at I! o'clock at the homo of Mre. C. McCieneghan. Members are asked to bring pencils and note -books. The reason of the change of date is ow- ing to the 0. E. S. convention on Tuesday, several of the members be- longing to that order. Hon. James Uunsmuir, former coal baron and lieutenant-governor of Bri- tish Colnmibia, and Mrs. Dunsmuir, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen, to Major Seldon Humphry, detputy assistant quarter- master-general -with the army service corps at Havre. This is a war ro- mance, both parlies .being with the British forces in France. Soon after the war broke out Kathleen Duns- muir organized 'amongst her friends a fund for a motor kitchen, and be- fore the end of last year was at the front- providing- hot soup and other first food for the injured just baek from the trenches. Yesterday evening the intermediate no con: Lsiderable success at any one point, and the Rus- sians, ny working steadily on the Bee- threatened, have estab- ;I a certain equi'iibrium. PRETTY, WAVY, CURLING HAIR WITHOUT HOT IRON CLAUDE HUGHES (Pupil of Senior Gustave ciai of the Royal Academy of Music, London, .England) Lessons in Singing, Piano, The- ory, Ear Training. Candidates prepared for the Ex- ams of the Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music, London, England; Toronto Con- servatory of .Music, and AJcGill University, Montreal. 120S 6th AVENUE SOUTH. One Killed, 6 Hurt in S. Pacific Smash San Luis Ohispo, Cal., Oct. J mani killed, six hurt ami scores of death today, the. second' engine of the Southern Pacific fast coast train "The Lark" jumped the track and rolled down a steep embank- ment, dragging with it the mail and dynamo cars; The dining car also Icfl; tlie rails. A fireman lost his life es of a I'm sure Young People's of St. And- certain exclusive social set. von would- like to know it, because-H _ will give your hair such a. pretty cur- j "a-vo _had since the: society was start- row's held the best social which they w gve iiness- and lustre and permit you to do fd. This success was largely due to away with the ruinous waving iron me work- or me social corn- forever. Just get from any druggist! Jiittee which consisted of only three a few ounces of ordinary merine, and at. night apply a little with a and clean tooth brush, drawing this down the full length oC the hair. In the morninff you will have, a real very efficient chairman, and under him J. Goldie and H. Hume. Some honor is, due the., committee for the pains streaky or other un-pleasant trace ol this harmless liquid. Yoii can exercise for hours in the gymnasium, dance all evening in a leated ball room, or tnkc a long and uvo .trainmen were injured. The'.motor trip, without fear of your hair train was loaded down with visitors; losing its yon won't to California exposition and was [need to use the silmerine again for a en route fco'm Los .Angeles to San considerable Morrow in Francisco. The Clubwoman. KEVIEW OF CANADIAX TROOPS OF SHQRXCLIFFE COMMAND, BY KIJNO which in getting up tlie fascinating, fluffy, wavy Program, and. decoratins the effect will appear so .natural, and wish to thank the ufere w be no greasy, gummy, superintendent for the kind heip aud encouragement which she gave them. On Sundaj- evening, Sept 26th, at the home of Chas.-.'B. Duncan, Endon, AHa., their daughter Nettie, was united in marriage to W. H. Amos of Coifax, Wash.. Rev. J. Golding offic- iating. The bride is a, very highly respected and accomplished young lady, and has won many'friends dur- ing her short stay with her parents at Endon. .She was formerly of Pullman, Wash., wh'ere her par- ents lived prior to coming to Alberta. She Is a graduate of W.S.C. in the class of 1312. and. since graduation lias been teaching domestic science in that state for three years. The 'bridegroom is a W.S.C. grad- uate in the class of 1913, and "was city engineer at Tekoa before coming to the county engineer's office last January. Since coming there Mr. Amos has been promoted from office to chief field deputy at an advanced saJary- Mada in Canada by Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto. REPORT OF THE GALT HOSPITAL J FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1915 N'umber of patients in hospital be- ginning oE month, 41; admittances during month, 92; total 133. Number of patients discharged dur- ing month, 72; deaths during month, ,3; number of patients at end of the month, 5P.; total 133. Lowest number during month, 32; highest number during month, tiO; daily average 42, Number of hospital days for private patients, 261; number of hospital days for ward patients 745; nunYber of hospital days for ward pa- tients total number of. hospital days for month, 12GO; num- ber of operations under general an- aethesin, 51; number of operations under local, or no anaesthesia, 4; number of patients treated in out- i door department, 4; number of. treat- ments and dressings given in outdoor department, 14: number of hospital ambulance calls, 10. The hospital wishes to acknow- ledge with thanks the following con- tributions received during the month: 1 case oranges, the Tnistees of the Hospital Ladles' Aid; flowers, the Christian church .Sunday school and the Lethbridge Flower Guild; maga- zines, Mr. Arthur. Higinbolnam and Mr. Mayer. S. -E. Lady Supt the Popular Saturday Night Store O EKE IS A DOZEN added In our his: or so timely bargains sale in. last night's paper. Head them tho big1 reductions in prices on goods you will need right now. S. Sleeve 'Vests Wool mixture ma- terial, short sleeve, Dutch neck, extra value tonight only 45c S, Sleeve Conibina'ns "Velva1' Combina-, lions, pure white, short sleeve, Dutch neck, on sale to- night, only S5c Cashmere Hosiery BJack, cadet, rese- da aud other shades pure wool cashmere value, tonight 23c Fey. Stripe Ribbons Fancy Regimental stripe Ribbon, to inches wide, for hair riWbons, 5Du value for 25c Silk Fleece Hosiery Silk finished Cotton Hose. fleeted sizes 9, 9V4, 10, tonight only 25c AVhltc Flannelette ,27 inch White Flan- nelette, soft finish, only 100 yds. clear- ing at practically mill price. Sc 125 New Winter Coats to Choose From Gingiiam Aprons Mother Hub- bard Check Ging- ham Aprons with dust cap, value tor 45c Kid Gloves 50 pairs only Tan Kid Gloves, all sines also white or black in orld sixes, values up to ?1.1I5, for 85c Dark Prints Limited quantity of dark Canadian Prints for Comfort- ers, quilts, etc., per yard 80 Corset Bargains Another big Corset .snap; this time 50 pairs of P. C. Cor- sets worth for 65c Bath v v. Towels Extra large and ex- tra heavy Turkish Bath Towels, color- ed stripes, tonight, each 25c Table, Napkins Large size, pure lin- en Dainask linen Table -Napkins, re- gular 25c; tonight each 15c See Window for Bargains in Men's Wear Rylancls Co. The Busy Store. CHICAGO PROFESSOR ods, but the conflict In ivaa CRITICISES BRITAIN ]a matter of life and death The sink Toronto, On't., Oct. George L. Robinson, professor of Biblical lit- erature and English at McCormick j theological semina'J, Chicago, upon whom the degree of D.D, was jester j day conferred at the Knox college op- ening, today sprung a small-sized-sen- sation by an interview in. which, he stated Britain was as much to blame as German ing. of the Lusitania :was an inhuman and inexcusahle retaliation. He pre- dicted a great triumph' in the aeai future for the Allies. Tl 1 ec p couple left Endou Mon- moniing for Colfax, Wash., p t! sy will commence house- in.s? at once. 1 ANTHONY COM8TOCK DEAD The famous New York vice cru- sader who died on Sept. 22nd after dictating future plans for the society GRAY HAIR Dr. Tremain's Natural Hair Re- o need as directed is guar- to restorft gray hair to nat- u (.dor or money refunded. 1 o it not a dye aud non-in- i r o i On sale at J. D. Higin- botham Co., Ltd., Lethbrldge. Price (postpaid.) Write Tre- main Supply Co., Dept. 'L.H.' To- ronto. Lower photo allots Canadian troops at ShorhclifTe ticlng reviewed by King and -Lprd-Kltohnier. Upper Iilioto aliowB ichifs George (horseman on Ixirrt Kitchener (on white horse) chatting with Sir Geotfe 1'erlcj- and Hie Oenerals of the Canadian command after tho the one It the Scotch cup Iwlnj grurnor, V. C. v H. G. Kilner 512 13th Street North Has just received a good stock Boots and Shoes Including a. special line ..of Strong Winter Boots, for Boys, f solid leather, guaranteed) and Old Country Miner's Shoes. CALL PRICES. BLADDER HOURS iENATOR BOSTOCK MAY RUN FOR COMMONS Vancouver, Oct. Federal convention for the district, Cariboo has been called by Liberals at Ash- croft on October. '2. The probability, it is stated, is that Senator Bostock wi'il receive tlie nomination and will contest the constituency at the next Federal election against, J. T. Robin- son, former mayor of Kamloops, who was some time ago named by the Conservatives. The oilier possibilities of Liberal' nominees are Joe Martin and G. C; Tunstall. LORD PETRE KILLED London, Oct. the deaths at the front'announced'by the War Office are'those-of Lord Petre, a lieutenant 'in the Coldstreani Guards, and Lieut: the Hon. Maurice Henry ft Nelson Hood, eldest son of Viscount Bridport, who was, killed in the Dar- danelles. LARGE HOLDINGS Property totalling more than for the war, her naval de- is now Young velopment being practically a set-off against Germany's military prepara- tions. Britain's" attempt to starve Germany by: cutting off supplies, he said, was savage 'and al- though strictly legal. He denied that he was pro-German, and gave the Fatherland a few1 rajis. Germany, he said, was stooping: to barbaric meth- Men's Christian Association1'in. cities throughout the United accord- ing to the annual The money is invested in 759 buildings, with their libraries and equipment. The, current expenses of the work in, United States totalled-last-year In foreign lands-; there wai an expenditure of BRUCE'S FLOWERING BULBS For Winlar Flowering in the Houia and Spring Flowering in the Garden colors and EASILY Must be planted this COLLECTIONS No 1 'Jfl bulbs, postpaid No. 3. indoors J09 bulhs, postpaid 80 V outdoors 2i -TO No. 7, outdoors 100 .'60 No 2 M 1-30 Vo. 4. indoors 200 500 No! outdoors 1-30 No. 8, 200 500 Each of collections contains HYACINTHS, TULIPS, CROCUS, NARCISSUS and tilli r JOHN A. BRUCE COMPANY, LIMITED HAMILTON EmblUh.J 1850 ONTARIO _ VACUUM FLY CATCHER A .New York man. has put his va- cuum cleaner and phonograph hprn to the task of catching restless flies and mosquitoes. The phonograph horn'is attached to the end of the hose leading from the electric vacuum c'ieaner and the motor is started. With this apparatus flies and mosquitoes can be caught on the wing in less time than it takes to tell it, for when the mouth of the horn is brought close to the insect, the strong current of air siicks H down to captJ'v- Itv within 'the cleaner; Rev. E. L. Pidgcon, of Vancouver, has been' invited to the pastorale of j St. Augustine Presbyterian chiircli, j Winnipeg. Henry J. T, Wanllaw, of .will apply- Id .Parliament for a divorce from his wife, Eda Lueila Boxcnio'AVardlaw, now iu Detroit, on (be usual If YOU buy out of town And WE buy put of town What will become of OUR town? ;