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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914 LK'l'HBKIOUE IICKALU PAGBFIVB The Beauty of "Sunlight" is that it dispels the shadow that once hung over wash day. Your work is done in half the time with half the effort. Your finest linens, your fleeciest blankets, your daintiest whitewear all call for Sun- light Soap. The purest of materials, rhe mojt careful nianufacture and a guarantee of purity make fhis the soap that you should always use. s Soap ANNUAL MEETING OF C. P. R. SHOWS COMPANY PROS- PEROU3 IN CAPITAL? STOCK Montreal.'Que, Oct the an feual meeting of the shareholders of :the Canadian.'Pacific Railway Co., yes lerday of the directors "was jinan Imousljr adopted Sirv Thomas Sir and John K, L. ROBS '.Ipere re-elected directors. A resolution was pass- ad authorizing an increase of the or- dinary capital atock toy the amount Of This done to es- tablish the right of the company to 'Issue such stock when required, but bo portion, of such additional stock is to be issued until the.sanction_of shareholders IB first obtained at a special meeting called, for that pur- puSS In moving the adoption of the an- nual .report, the president, Sir Thom- as referred to the de- pression in. trade and travel, during the last half of the fiscal year, which had been greater than! anticipated. The effect on revenue consequently had been quite pronounced, hut ho pointed out that with the company's property in its present splendid physi cal condition, and facilities for economical -operation that, have been provided, substantial reductions In working expenses were possible, and the decrease in net revenue'was more moderate than would otherwise have been the case He referred to the un- GCWANS SOLID CHOCOLATE MAPLE BUDS For bites between meals there is nothing equal to Maple the good- ness of the Indies seems to be caught and prisoned in these pure, smooth bits of solid choco. late-rand they're so whole- some and tjao. OS London, Oct. 7, p. m.-rilib- marine i3-8 of fche British navy, un- der command of Lieutenant Com- mander -Max K. Horton, yesterday made another'raid into German wa- ters oft' the mouth of the river 10ms, ami succeeded in sinking a German, torpedo' destroyer. It was this same, submarine, under the same command- er, which made a similar dash and sank the German cruiser Mela ofl Heligoland September 13. As on bite former occasion the has- safely returned to her home port. The action took place at 1 o clock yesterday, and was witne.sKwi by tno Butch coast guards on Wic Dutch Island of Schiennormikoog in the North Sea, off the province ot Fries- land. WEATHER CLEAR; SEA CALM The weather was clear and the sea cairn, and the destroyer could plainly be seen cruising before the mouth of the Ems. Suddenly tie observers saw a high column of near the bow of the. destroyer. The .vessel immedi- ately turned over and sank iu three minutes. PERISCOPE TELLS STORY Shortly after the explosion the periscope oi the submarine came tJbe surface of the water for a moment, but as soon as those on board the plunger saw (hat their torpedo had struck its mark the ves- sel was again submerged. A German cruiser and torpedo boats came quickly to the rescue of lire ill-fated crew, "who could be-seen swimming about in tire Ticinity or clinging to the wreckage of their sunken ship. As close to the island of Borkuin, where the Ger- mans haVe -a' naval base, and within sixty miles Cbf Heligoland and the na- va! at the dash, of the. submarine is considered here a particularly daring one; The Dutch naval staff announces that the sinking of the destroyer oc- curred seven miles Schiermonni- Jcoog, and terri- torial .waters.' Harwich, via members of the crew o! the submarine E-fl which has arrived here are jubilant over the second suc- cessful engagement of -their -..little craft against a German. war vessel. One of the members of the an interview said that while the suiting of the torpedo boat -destroyer- off the Dutch coast was more easily 'accom- plished than was the case when the E-9 sent the German cruissr Hela to the bottom, luck was with the sub- marine. "We knew when we left Harwich said the sailor, ;'.that it- was a case of hit orr miss, but. we trusted Lieut. Horton implicitly. When we drew near we saw 'travel- ling at a speed of a'sout 30 knots "Our commander was at the per, scope and ordered the forward tubes tolbefired; I'fir'ed the first but could not say whether niy_ missile hit. We then rose surface and the comraandeL sajd 'Look at th the loss of the Empress of Ireland. Me-'referred, in conclusion, to the selection of Mr. John K. L. Rosa of Montreal to fill th'e vacancy: on the board, resulting from the death Lord Strathcona. At a meeting of the board subse- quently held, Sir Thomas G. Shaugh- nessy was re elected president, and David McNIcplI vice-president of'.the company, and the executive commit- tee was appointed as follows Richard B An pi s, Herbert S Holt, David Mc- NScbll Sir Edmund B. Sir as G Shaughnessy, Sir William C. Vanborne Quebec, Que, Oct. The body 'of a soldier belonging, to the Princess Patricia regiment "was found floating" today near the wharf of the Canada Lines, Ltd. It was identified as that of Corporal W. Unblad, who '0re No. "150, an'd belonged the second company of the Patricia regiment. "It Is not "known where Ltnblad comes from belitiif'tlit Canadian apple to If the "Canadian apples are all juicyt finest in the FOSTER tiff It-colored, good kef BL-RUANJC GmceryList For the (ruby-ripe and mellow-sweet Canadian apple, we should truly give thanks. Of all the harvest it is the most beautiful, the most healthful and nourishing fruit. Within its carmine-tinted skin is all the goodness and bounty of Mother Earth. How many Canadians realize that there is no fruit in the world so luscious, so beautiful, so economical and so healthgiving? The Cana- dian Apple! envied of all nations to such an extent that heretofore, until the war prevented their getting them, the wealthy foreigners have I -bid so high that the cream of our crop has (gone to Europe! Which means that heretofore the home of the has known only "seconds" and inferior imported fruit. Put apples at the top of your grocery list. Keep a box always open. Serve them Thanksgrving and every day m at least one of the 209 delirious ways given in our FREE BOOK OF APPLE DELIGHTS Send for a copy of this book today. Mailed free, and even your letter of request need not be stamped. APPLE LORE Not many people know. that the English "coster-monger" is GO called after the Costerd known to us as the Custard Apple. No finer apples than famous Canadian varieties ever adorned- the cart of coster-monger por graced the table of noble duke. APPLE RECIPE Applet, Nut Stuffing and Whipped Cream Scoop out apples and fill the shell with English walnuts and apple pulp mixed with mayonnaise; place in a circle on a large serving dish and heap whipped cream in the centre. Dominion Government Department of Trade and Commerce Ottawa Apple Division In LethbriJge and all its other branch- es will use as far as possible Especially as this year the quality and pack is equal if not superior to any apples grown Be suire sr Canadian Fancy r Apples "Extra Fme Stock BUY Canadian Apples FROM We have arranged to handle the Highest Grade Canadian Apples at Lowest Marke< Pri'ces Finest Ontario and B. C. Apples For Sale By Campy Wholesalers Only. Quotations gladly, furnished for car lots or V less. Icest We can save you money on your Winter Supply R.B. 526 13th St. N. Phone 1356; 4-1 i ;