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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LETHfiRIDGE iJAILY VBRALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914 COWANS PERFECTION COCOA Mothers are glad to see the children enjoy Cowan's Perfection Cocoa, because they know it is so good for them. Pure Cocoa is rich in food value and is so easily digested. Made in Canada." GREAT BATTLE OF FLANDERS AS SEEN BY A PHOTOGRAPHER AND THE ANSWER CAME BACK ANSONIA MADE JACK TARS HAPPY Quarter-poond Half-pound one-pound fos Blue Ribbon Tea Same Old Price and A Long, Long Way The Best New was.throe o'clock In tho and the1 steamer Ansoniiij gloaming from Liverpool to Now was Hearing wld-occan. She geemed to' have the entire ocean to honelf, wliou a dniszllug -beam of light sud- denly shot out from the darkneaa niid illuminated her decks and she ha! tail. Presently tlio dim outline of a British could be seen in tho Bhad- 'Got any smelting camo from the warship. The reply was "In the affirmative. Cigarettes and tobacco la goodly quantifies were placed In a .water- tight recyptaclo ant! passed over side. A bout from the warship picked .hem up. Soon the voice- in the darkness owed its thanka, and tho warship steamed away. EMDEN CAPTIVES ON COLLIER WITH MAXIMS Manila, P.L, Forty men of j the crew of .theiGerman cruiser. Em- 'den, wJio "were 'left on Cocos Island when the Australian cruiser Sydney i discovered the Emdan and forced her to run ashore some time ago, have captnred a. collier, mounted two Max- irus on her, and.now are merce in the Pacific, according to a report received hare. The report came through .officers of the British steamer Malacca, which has arrived at Jolo. The report has not been officially confirmed. The men of tho Eraden had gone ashore on Cocos island to dismantle the wireless, and were unable to re- join their ship -when the Sydney put in an apperance. 'DISMISSED A RE- I INSTATES MA- TRON'S SALARY i Madeod, Altn.. Use. very lively debatu ensued at the hospital on Tuesday evening, on the 'action'of the matron in dismissing i Fruser, one oi ilie nurses at the [hospital, for the of reducing the expenses of the institution. The action was taken by the matron (without1 first consisting the Hospital Board, and several of the members i took great exception to this mode if procedure-which they argued was cou- miry to the bylaws. i Dr. A. H, N. Kennedy, who was pre- sent at the meeting, informed the members that to maintain the effici- ency of the hospital it would be uu- wise tc dispense fwith Miss Eraser, who was a most capable nurse. i After considerable discussion it was 'unanimously decided to re-instate Miss Fraser. with the view of maintaining j the efficiency of the hospital, but a j corresponding economy was effected j by reducing the salaries of the i nurses from to a mcnth, and i that of the matron from ?7ji to SG5. j It was suggested at the meeting that j the matron and executive officer have been under the impression that they! had absolute power to engage or tlis- j miss members of the staff, but with a j view 01 impressing upon them their authority did not go to this extent, a resolution was passed to the effect that all questions of dismissals or an-1 pointmenta shall in With 1 the Board, but that the matron shall j have po'wer to suspend only for some j stated cause. It was also decided to the executive officer to in future bring detailed statements bf the financial standing of the hospital, as the monthly reports submitted'from him and tha matron do not 'go'far enough to show the standing. The i members present at the meeting were: J. W.. McDonald j Stedman, Rev. A. D. Richard, R. H. 'HilMard, J. L. Pawcett, J.'A. Virtue, Eupt. Forster. Brown, '.G, I C. Ives. executive officer, and D. G. j Mfclvsuzie, secretary. A BELGIAN CHRISTMAS The grain commissioners arc sit- I ting In Calgary. There is onlj" one case of impui.iatice oa the schedule. HERE'S A GIFT For EVERYBODY Bring Comfort Throughout i the Year XMAS SLIPPERS A Practical Gift and always appreciated For Men from 90c to For Women from 90c to For Children from Pretty, Neat, Serviceable and Comfortable BRITISH RUSH TROOPS ABROAD Thousands Arrive Daily at Havre, Chief Base Havre, France, Dec. of British troops arriving here daily on transports, .and are being moved to the north as pos- sible. The British are making the port of Havre their main, base of. sup- i plies. On the average 15 British 'transports arrive dafcy from Spiith- j ainpton. f. I. Large camps have been, leased on jthe heights along the Seine for per- .inrts varying from two to tbree years; 'and barracks ara being built and ex- tensive supply depots have been estab- lished. Our Women's Evening Slippers from to will please you W. J. Nelson Co. The Foot Toggery Sherlock Building LADIES! DARKEN YOUR GRAY, HAIR Look years younger! Use Grand- mother's .recipe of Sege Tea and Sulphur and nobody will know.- The use of Sage and-Sulphur for re- storing faded, gray hair to its natural color dates back to grand mother'a time. She used it to keep her hair beautifully dark, glossy and abundant. Whenever her hair fell out or took on'that, dull, .faded or streaked ap- pearance, this simple mixture was ap- plied with wonderful effect. But brewing at home is massy and out-of-date. by asking at any drug store for a 50-cent bottle of "Wjvivh's Sage and Sulphur .Com- you will get this famous old recipe which can be Appended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dand- itchy scalp and falling hajir. A downtown druggist, says jt darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that' nobody can tell it has been-applied, You simply dampen a sponge or aoft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand -at a, time, By morning tho gray and after an- other application or becomes beautifully dark, and abund- ant. Sold by J. D, H.iffinbotfiim Co. Limited, WHERE GERMAN BATTERY WAS DESTROYED Recent Paris communications report the destruction of a heavy German battery between Vendresae and Cra- onne, shown on the map. Just See the Assort- ment of Gifts for Everyone at our Store MECHANICAL TOYS AND EVERYTHING FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS. MADEIRA LINENS, HANDKERCHIEFS, D01L123, UUN- CHEON CLOTHS FOR LADIES, L J. McLEAY THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, SPECIAL-For Your Xmas Table Mclntosh Red The Best-flavored Apple Procurable Be Sure and Secure a Bbx from Your; Grocer Seott Fruit Co., Sole Agents CHOICE MEATS TOR CHRISTMAS TURKEY, DUCK, Beef, Mutton, Veal, Lamb, Cooked Meats, Sausage These are the best on the Market We Serve Particular People by Phong THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 ;