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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY,, FRHMJARY (i, 1018 THE LKTIIBRIDCK DAILY MKRALI) P/4GE NINB i �> > �> *> O ? > ? > $ * New Three 'hundred Bed llos-pili.l To Be Etected at. Cal V V * * FIVE KILLED Youngtdown, Ohio, Feb. (�.- Klvn men wen* killed instantly and four ofhf-r-i were injured, all probably fatally, near New Waterford. Ohio, this morning when they )vt!n.! struck by an � ivi-ii bound Ponrmylvtmfa flier. A11 w c. re ;s *> v > *;* > *t* n oni )f,!;,y Iron. \\^\{{(^ ,0'' nur-f.':1f vVfl11 W*"*T lor tdfieen of M.e eoi.�.ni;-.rdon show that j moventy-l(ve. U nil (he .nnvaHed ;e> 1.he imnie.liate plans in pn�sp-rt iM. �^�;n)o.lul on iho M;i�iloba hospiUl clltde the es;M,)f^,.m of new b^spi- l"M',!UU'9 tlK; ,iU'';0^ 111 W'-a,t?ru ( *n' HUH . 'VUr, Kunmmxlr eonvaleacnnt hospital will l>r; altoied in ;uieh a way as io Sarcnc Camp nite, and as re- on the erection oi hydro-thorapy hnild-1 mor(1 0Hsih, naj(1. uits /ti-ow ibis will hi- expanded !�'- lU l':^s,i,n�lt- il!Kl tll(- bdlUary an- ,anoti,e,v yC;.r the hundred and poBsiblv a ni.:.) �nx ai Vaneonver. Plans have also . sfte |J|a| Ull.mii.(t been complutnd tor the addition of 150 1ab; at. Calvary and Toronto and the ereet ion of additional aeeoniniodation | at Ksqu'inialt and "Winnir**-;,"-;. At. . , , Knrv a three hundred bed b.^piial will I aetoinmo.Iation Irom lid bo erected at, oiu-e on a .purler section | tn :u'v- ^'ovk 3i;i8 ^rtr.^y been b^Kim of the tpiiremont to six hundieil bnd tiorpital Tlio building, , will eenJorm to tin- standard plans andl1:e,,s ni ,ilf' >LHntufliinessy convaioncont fdrueiural �tvle used in other i l!l|l"(,|lv''1' Unilt at AIooho Jaw, Winning. Haiirax, 1,1 ^nnnrtion with tlie recent awiu;- Kition ot the NaMonal Cash Ho^lstor i Uiifliling, Tonuito, as a hospital, an j announcement Is made, that with the additions and a Iterations planned at the present, time, a nine hundred' bed institution will be completed uk speedily as possible. The ultimate plans of the commission are to have twelve ;ir fifteen hundred bed.s at this place 'is the. grounds permit considerable expansion. v � vi ni Kin > ui-MM at tin1 flic member* of ihf 1 Association are asked Tied Cross rooms on due-dav even- vng at 7.HO. Mrs. U. \Y. Aiariij;, K'ejj leaves today lor a nneitii - \\ tier sirler, .Wvy-.. I )r,J.-n'.:, ,r Alont. i h h ^ OF i if few A!,ir\ i The ladies aid. '. Si I'ai rick's church will hold a e charge, hut a rniieruon will he taken. J! is hoped there uli! be a lai-Lv crowd. The Fir Alexander cmi '"hap'er 1.1 Kefreslunen:s will be served. 0. IJ. K.. aeknowledge '1, � receipt of . '; !H pairs of socks irom t'Jeetwood The T. 0. D. Iv wish to acknowledge school during Jannarv the following list of pair.-; of sai ks Grades VII and VII' * Mi- Bran- knit, by the pupils of Central -chooi, tiov/'s Class) - Doris Ai'tri-on 'J.. Kva i January, Huff L Mary AVatkir;.. ".. L'i;nox May Grade V1H, L\lr. Davidsun's Cia^si L Kathleen (iraves l'. Gladys Me- -Naomi Grant 2, A^nes linir.ou i. AIaken 'A. Annie .\]lary Arehibold 1. i om Andrews 1, Bessie Smith 1, Ida Sn."-U 1, Bertie RoiniHvtl ). Graves V and VI, ' Mis- Brodie's Class) N'orman Geo.uhe^an 1. Ilughie Mali on Frank Alexander 1. Dwighf Huff 1. Lftella Srarle I. Jennie Lingard 1, John Waikiu 1. Leslie Holt 1. Kathleen Porter J. Helen Schumaker J. Ethel Kuth 1. Josephine Beaton 1. Grave V. (Miss Wat.-rnnin's Class) -Lena Korbes I,, Ca.ssn- Marshall iL Air. Cooq, ! ^ai>1 McGregor 1, Amelia Wakelin 1. i Campbell MeVean 1. Lily Hills 1, Claude AlrGnire 1. Lillian Sharland 1, Norma Russel 1. Lillian Bourne 1. Grade IV. (Miss P-rUnV, Class/�-Doris Dolt 1, .lean M * Kay 1. Lett ie Searle I, Bradwin Kapworth 1, Alar-jorie Urwin 1, David Robertson 1, Kathleen Muggins 1, .Imn Robertson 2, Minnie Schumacher 1. Frank Wat-' kins 1, Hazel Davidson I. Jael; Weller 2. i Airs. Weller ::. "AP: - i'nni" 2. Miss ! Bennington 1, Miss Waterman 2, Miss IHodie L JENKS-DLA UUKX At Wesley parso;; .go on Wednes-day, ^eb. tith. by [he pastor, Kev. c. K. ait n\ \\ixk jtist U>\iv s� nil will ]>l;u:0 + The-. -.periai rouiinnes a rvre ebanee of seeuring a Kenuiii" harjL'ain and of ;e-t i mg in i ourli v.-it h i he late.-1! r](;ii ions of our Silk 1 J.'parnneni. 1'.ere uje pari ini la r ; of di" four ^P'i'-ials. which will tie on y Only DUCHESS 12."> yards only. Shell Pink-Duchess. Very slightly dam aged srlved^c. The regular price is $2.7.r. and il is surely a great bargain at 1 I CHARMEUS 10(� yards only. Charmeuse in colors, black, myrtle, sky. and scarlet. Perfect, goods in every respect and retail at. $2.0(1. Our price for this occasion. ...... (7 * * # See our 'Bridal' Window i JACQUES PARENT, M.P.P.. MORRIS, MAX. DEAD 1---- 1 * 4 4 * * � * . l * * �7- ^r'- i Work Hard Shut off from sunshine and fresh air, the blood becomes thinL and watery-this brings rheumatism or other sickness. The oil-food in SCOTT'S EMULSION ia Nature's building" tonic to keep the blood rich, fortify the lungs, refresh the body and strengthen the whole system. Every Miner Needs scorrsxMULsioN Rtfnoe Substitute* Much Fur ~\YU1 Be Used To Line the Coats of the Aviators TAFFETA l 1 fiao yards only, Taffeta Silk in navy, nigger brown, rupenhagr-n. sage green and white. The regular price of which is ^*J.iir). lie early for this lino- n will soon be cleared at ................. $119 �sl JAP TAFFETA 1 r( yard.-* only. Jap Taffeta with, eandy stripe effect in most, charming color eombin ations. lie* early -the first custom' r in the store may want the entire piece, at " t * *  * . -Calgary! Feb. fi.-That will" this year have a fur production amounting to between $10,000,000 and $15,000,000 is the assertion of IL A. Simpson, of Calgary. This is a vast increase over previous years and the production t,hhs season is developing an export business that, a few years ago was undreamed of. It is estimated that 50,000 coyote pelts alone will J have been shipped out of the province) this year before the summer comes, and 1,500,000 rat hides. A great percentage of the rat skins are going to Winnipeg, Feb. 0.�-.Jacques Parent. opposition member for '.Morris constituency in the Manitoba legislature, died yesterday at the .Mayo hospital, Roch-j ester. Minn., following an operation. | Mr. Parent was 54 years old. and was : born in Himouski. Que. lie has lived j *~ in the west for many years, his home t address heinc; Letellier, Man. lie was,! foi elected to the Manitoba legislature ini Lieut. Peck went the 11' 14 election on the Conservative Alberta [ ticket. war. When the call came for men [ 'or the Hallway Construction Corps. to Calgiu'y and signed on as a private.'going to tlie j front under a Montreal commander. WIND-UP ORDER ISSUED Toronto. Feb. fl.-The courts today granted a winding-up order in the case Mv his fearlessness and his intimate of the Dominion Permanent Loan 1 knowledge of railway building he soon | Company, which abruptly closed its rose from the ranks, getting a com- j doors on Friday last. According, to mission and later being decorated fori the various published statements the bravery. Lieut. Peek is well known | principal assets are about $4,000,00n In the list of Canadians decorated which appeared in yesterday's Herald | was the name of Lieui. Ooprge Peck. to many railway men throughout Western Canada. debentures in Spokane Traction and other western enterprises. was employed on (he Lethbridge div--ision of the C. P. R. as roadmnster on the Crows Nest subdivision before the ? Window OVERSTOCKED ARTICLES AND GOODS BEING DISCONTINUED. h a REGULAR Make Your OwnCough Syrup and Save Money $1.00 THIS WE EK ONLY SEE ARTICLES IN WINDOW England to be used bv the military 1 Lieut. Peek is a Lethbiidge man and in lining coats npr men of the aviation '1.......1 .....1 ...... division, while America vies with Kng-land in bidding for the coyote hides, The great demand for fur trimmings on coats has made the Alberta coyote very popular in New York, and the hide of this animal is this year to be seen, in numberless Broadway parades adorning the apparel of fashion's elect. An increasing; demand also is apparent for coyote, pelts for neck furs, and when it is remembered that as such, a hide sells for from $18 to $3r>. the total value of this output of fiO.OOO is i considerable. Besides flic export in coyotes, it is estimated that five thousand hides have been used within the province of Alberta. The difference in the price paid by pelt dealers this year and five years ago serves to show tlie increase in the value placed-on the coyote hide. Al that timejl or $1.50 was considered a fain return to the trapper. This year the average for 100 sktns.(sold by one trapper, was $15.r>0, while some sold for $18 in their raw state. SOLDIERS' VOTE CAS1 GMT Balmoral Block Fifth Street So. LETHBRIDGE -t - - - - -i ? Ottawa. Feb. fi.-Claiming that the soldiers' vote was all cast before nomination day in the Yukon and that they could not know who the candidates were, Air. Fred 1). Congdon, Liberal Tpnioniflt.,candidate in the Yukon,* raises the point that the votes of the fighting men should not be. counted. The matter is being considered by tUo general returning officer. Ilotter lljun the rondy-made kind, ftaaiiy pitimrv.d at Jionio, The finest cott^H syrup that money can buy-costiu�r only about. oiie-mliL us much* as ready-made preparations --can easily be made up at home. The way it takes hold mid conquers itresainu oouiihd, throat and chest colds will really make you enthusiastic about Any drujj&ist can snpplr you witli 2*4 ounces of l*inex (.*)() cents worth). Pour this into a 10-o/.. buttle and iiil the bottle with plain srranuluted sugar syrup. Shake thoroughly and it ia ready lor use. The total cost is about 53 cents and tfives you 10 ounces-a- family Eupply-^-of a most effectual, pleasant tasi'mj; rcmcdV. JI keeps perfectly. It's truly astonishing how quickly it  acta, penetrating through every air passage of the throat and lungs- loosens and raises the phlegm, soothes and heals tho inflamed or swollen throat membranes, and gradually but Biuelv the annoying throat tiukle and dreaded coujrH will disappear entirely. Xothinf; better for bronchitis spasmodic croup, whooping cough or bronchial asthma.  I'incx is a highly concentrated com* pound of Norway pine -extract ami is known the world owjr for its prompt Jiealincf cil'ect on the throat inonabrnnea. Avoid disappointment hy asking your druggist for ounces of .Pinex" with full directions and don't accept anything else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded goes with this preparation. j Xbe'tPinex i o,, Toronto, Oat. I Attention is drawn to the following statements: Business issued, 1917.........$30,309,542 Increase for the year.................. 4,734,169 Business in force Dec, 31st, 1917.152,643,165 Increase for the year .................. 19,626,717 Income for 1917 ............. 6,437,320 Increase for the year . ,?............... 843,279 Assets, Dec. 31st, 1917........ 2^385,666 increase for the year.................. 2,683,096 The expence rates were again lowered in 1917, and the interest rate earned was 7.36^,. In addition to the actuarial reserves, the balance sheet show*, in surplus, capital and special funds, the sum of $4,493,611, being over 18% of the assets. Mortality, including war losses of $457,082, only 74% of the "expected." Can'adian Government Bonds held ................$2,505,337 (Being over 10';; of the total assets.) M The Great-West Lif� Is noted for its large profits to policy-holders. Write for full report and profit booklet. HEAD OFFICE - WINNIPEG fill r -if h * -*� "l 102377 ;