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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ;*AGE TEN TUK LETHHRIDGH DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY to, lfllS TEN PERISH WHEN f STEAMER FOUNDERS ! MILLIONS i SAD DEATH AT i [why overlook the wome& I Wu" YorK l-Yb l.V- Ton mm ol ihe ot'nVor* ;ind m>w of the Hritish steam ,�! ."Uiyuol Or L;irriunjru 01* nearly roMto i L 'ns. prrish fi1 in mil I-or run on Feb rii.'iry �J w in ji iln- vessel foumlmvd. A fi'Vi^o t>i t;v:\)r, hound lor Franc** weni ufuK v.iM; Mn >hip. A Pirii^h warship r^si !\iV. :�*! ('('.Wis mm Young Man Dies-Council Mcot- ftosptia! i Yaneouver, Feb. IS.---rud�>r iho Insulins "Why ignore the woniou , worbors," tho Vancouver World coin-i monting on t.ho derision of (hi* govern*. | moot to undertake a campaign I'or vol-i untury \vorkern on farm*, asks why Mto \vonia.n power in Canton is over- K louUed. DR. GALBRAITH TO Or. Salem � Illntid has found it im-Half a million women, ii is [possible to speak at.-thy Forum, owin^ pointed nut, are already at work � on bo his lime in the fity being fully tak-t farms in dreat Britain, "while the ex j and remote effects on the individual. ) He will draw attention to the prevalence of the Biinm with its rotmltB bn F tho natural life and health and will j Kive Kotos tin efforts now being made to control it. , ( Or. ^ialhrailh wU| spoak from the) ( viewpoint of-tho e\*Il as* it. exists and dealt with by the coiiimtatdoi) of eoh-sorvutlon. That is Opinion of \Y. T. Hitch. Export Who is Hero To Lecture a V \ - .1 1) ere Affairs perimeni of plaring women on fruit farms in Uritish ('6lutohas been a sureess. Tiie matters to bo treated are in en up. Tho speaker *or next Sunday | their nature delicate. Ladies. I bore-will be Or. (lalbraith. who will take up 1 fore, will use their discretion as to the subject of venereal diseases, with being present at the 'forum next Sun* picture references to their immediate day. + \� t r t 11 ii sV'pp ami n m;^ Anir- - an ion- fcp-rt*'t^ I'-** v*r^ h will m�t cum** !."n;lol * ijj j ;\ ^ . 'i-r � *M f I* ^iit-t'ji of ?.Mit tor Mi** Mn^r wr;iv*'> Mio ns;tMJi;\r � *iw**v> nnisT look ?o Mi** wos*. In u-r: ^tr. (ilich rt?:^lo M>o -';r-o:i:^:r ihi;-uihi rl slid v,-. m innur,-: woo; fur r T -i j^hnnr 'iM ;to: Mv'i;' >IiJro an: Mum ; imToon sli^rp. Hir-'ii;^^ ^)^:ivin^ rl.rtt -o (t^r^o-o Mm' ;�0!  \ \- 1 �-- > > (* i!f s';ue? � iuii the s:'.ear':nc . c in itself :w�w. I'.y prop- : *v-i> sfMine Mie sluni-- :o j;ot Mi*' priUir:' Ugh: Vi'i}^^Uoun*? hy 11 o v. a- prMt*'t t lioa" th:\\ nbu\y> T*>.* �*o*i K;ir-c;i ha;l Kook ^)?orn l\;iKad in;: Edtc.ite NVjool Growers ! i-- >. .'.In '))� w.iol ih:,ow--,1> . _ . o; aluiiL; ;:i ;io'!r Hfu>r*.-*!o j-o-rjperat'* in Sr^dlni.' ai'.d ^'jiMn-* ?i;;(f i lu� pi'ovln-I j-.-1 : e.i :r  {' �:;':!: iinldt1 ;i spe.-jal ft":� -  � ill'.* KiTi 1; f'>v a v.'T^'s i'f j ; 'inv-.' ':iO!j: ii.u* ^ii-o-'ini-'. % W. . S'��' liv.'ssoek c(Miur-i. !!e luts ;i''i]!>s-i-i'. !U"e;*ni:s in Kd4'>nniton, c'al-:�it:"y and ''inr^^iin'on and .vj!! adih'e^s i  two nieeiinirs heve today ar.d one io- > ;2itonow j'i�r� noon '"r. ?i!f tuta:-! of irade �  ImiUiinjr. S!o rpmeti from all pan? of ;ibe south a:-** fhwkin^ to :he riiy foi* *lhe l^e^nres. for lii^rf iyy h^:t]~ Thv in:er"-t amony 'h>- \. o .I crnw"r -:u-,i!'."  �'-'ioerni !'� slse^r- :- la -sad . death occurred ai the memortai hos ; pi;al 01 UTidni^h! of January 'W. wlien ; ! I'llcUedge Sieotte of Beaver .Mvnes. succumbed to an illness which had | confined him in the hospital for about two mouths, during this period he had ; nnuci-eame ;wo operations, having sut 1 ; tiiiii a ppemlvc it is. The ;  e,J was in his JJnd yeai. The funeral ' Ciunlui!ed from St. M ictiaeis � tV. :-'Xrv Oe.npsier. wlio has been ill in the , v number ' iJospital for -e\ era! weeks, a victim; ,,,.,, � of typhoid fe\er. is now convalescent., sand after staying a fe wdays as the; iiuesi of Mr. and Mr?. .1 ames l-'oote. ! lie retnrned ; his home on Sunday i 1 a s:. The marriage of Miss Oorothy Mil- �� ier. nie.e of ?dr and Mrs. Ueo. A "MM , lor. of Heover Mines, ami Mr. rbarles 1 Oerhanis. also of Beaver Mines, was j ouiefly solemnised by :be Rev. U. KaSlis. in I'alirary on Tlnu^day. Feb. 7tb. Air. and Mrs. DeChanis bave ro-Minied to Beaver Mines and will take i up rtieir residence on the ('.aunt raucii. ; and after a slum lime expect to spend : a couple of mouths' in California. Series of Lectures � tjiure an iuieresj is being- taken in j 'lie series of lot?ures jiiven by tite ' tuarir.tiorw Mr. ({iTi-ii also Uieli-.-v-s f!ia: A;ne!-:;t "> in l:m* to km: --onte ,ii the export I woiO classifiers from' AustraJu who , � vine everv vear to America to elas^ifv the ranue wool?. Tiie shear ; iui.'. ;s done an'os* the line by Mie ; time it starts in Southern Alberta, and ' if iro'se men ,'ouid h** secured here f for a few >ear>". and working in eon-j junction with :he coiiepe^ train up young men as classifiers a gr^audeal i ouId be done :o hetp the sheepmen impnue 'iie quality of their wooi and put it in herer market condition. This proposal \\\\\ aWiapepsin. It make? all stomach r erv vanish in five minutes. ..If your stomach is in a couuuuouay that * Fawn-it'* Presnipiion' did (ine n loi of jjood. T :if om.� time de-hveloped ivuniau's iruuble; ruy nerves were Vwjtiptetely shailere.], aud I bivarne weak. :] bad scvf*re brvkache a!t-i pains "n my aide, eitending down into my lirobs. T �doctored. but did tint, i�tt: re(ievt*d of mr '�aidment add was do^n and our wheu I [;i>egau taking i>r. Piifr.-e's Favorite Pre-Tcription_. and it su .'implrlciy �'ured me juid restored me to health and strongh ;''thai. I was able to d� ail my own norV .�nd others besides. I do recommend -Favoriie Prrvriptiori' \n w&ak and ailing women; tliey racnot ar-i a better \ medicine.; '� - Mi:s. .ioas i,ucr. hajci-, ' 'Xerrate Ave, Favorite Prenrripi-voi ia an tuvi^orat-lug. Teat era i ive ion>, a snot blag a v.d fttreugtneniny ncrv'no and a positive x*5incciy for the chronic vrc-akapsses pe/ru-"3iar to ^ame.i!. This old prencr'ru ion of Or. Piercfl'a in attracted from ruu'^ and heri*^ by means of pure glycerine aod ;i !PU'prtran'*�* yeroedy ofT>u yearK** pood yjsmding. .Send 10r, for Irlal pkg. of rphlrt1* lo Or. V. \f. V\p.w, "Invali'da-' Hotel. Pcjfiab, N. Y.s ftr Uridpobur-j, Ont. But they have continued to keep the hospital! When the Terms becainp generaHy 1 supplied in linens..etc.. Some of ihe: know n there w�'�>nst'iiuenMy made by a lowing dtixens will now have the af- ' eommftfee of rate payers to the city fairs of the hospital in hand: Messrs. council for a permanent settlement ! T. Nenman. \\*. U. 1T. H. Scott ' failing which ih^re would be general ( K. f. Fanpin. V. A. Froser. Dr. W. FT. ; jihau-iotinient of properly which would ;(;erring. S. Fuun, F. P.everidge, K. lien- ; fall into J)if bands the city through] dersun. the failure of I he owners to pay tax-; The question of forming a muni- ' es. The citizens are not objecting t;cip;il hospital district was discussed fiayiug taxation for their legitimates :lnd it miii ?lalpd thai aii the districts fitI*--* hm there has been a popular' ,,, (Jllfc W(,n, in t-aVor uud it u u,ough'-outcry againsr assessment for (he re- ,;jai this ran be overcome in a shod demotion of .-u�b enterprises as the Facolle Falls development scheme in : uhiVdi a million and ;t quarter wn? ex-p�-tided without t If development of *� power; the Felix Frank enterprise. ; wiiirh was guaranteed by the city to the ex rent of ? I ^.ono, coupled with Hie ins- of n to fhe city on the! sale of itk debeiitures. j! having come1 to !iv;fir that large blo(d:s of t.ln- city':- j dehen'urev were sold ai f J om lo' .^'Je ;i hundred Jej-s rb;in wus fiaid lor1 th"in h> 'he e\*-riiual purchaser. Hint at Fraud 1 TW- r:i i��p;i > i-r- bold iba! tiie city's ImnKnrs :tud tlo* liondholders imru 'Vi>c V.Ai'.r.A. directors iield tjieir shouhler their share of the transac-. regular meeting )a-t niglw. t'onsider-ilull and . thai the bondholders mus1 afiou of fhe ".-timaJes for the year also be prepared lo ui-ce.pi a situation ! was the chief item of business. F\-tha1 has placed the city in possession ; penditures for the salaries of the :o*c-of iibnost $*J.ooi"i.uon wttrih of unpro- i retary. physical director, janitor and duenve assets ai FacolV Falls and at matron will lie $:uui(i. For fuel, water, the (ireiit West Factories. The rale J light, supplies, repairs, insurance, ia.\-payers are going practically to the ev-' es. etc. from %~.:>mt to $M0'>. tent of declaring that there was vir-  Receipts from fhe dormitories last Mini � fraud in eonneeMon with these year were $7.!::�;.On. from billiards alfairs rtml that i' is up to tiie bond- :.$] memberships and sjieeia) sub-hobb'rs to accept a shar*1 of the bur- j seripiionrf $:::. Memberships tofal- oraighiening these maiters | h>d -Sl7u7. it is this item that the directors wouid like to .see increased. The $in.uun campaign in May is u> increase last year's $.'J,fiSM item to meet this year's expenditure and pay old liabilities of $:'.7(to.oo carried over from the quiet years. Two thousand of ihe Slo.Uu'i, or one-fifth of what is re-re;ved, will ti� the v.'ar work of the Y.M.CA. i 'onnnissioner Rreeman scar, add'd to the finance committee. in a short time, whejj the matter \> better understood. ; In rijse ihe municipal idea is '� carried out ihe name Memorial will still be retained, as the hospital was buili as a memorial io tho Pincher ('reek' bov? who gave their lives in the South Airman war. Y. i. C. A. FINANCES lien out, m SI. RY. MEN OF 'PEG Ktti]j\i)y***;x of U'iii!cd)�/^. Feb. 1:1. ^ V.'Iur.iia i-Teeet j\- rt> i!�;ide h pplication }(> I lie ii'ti'--':>v foi increase in -wages �of 1 4 WOMAN AND CHILD KILLED. Louisville Ky.. Keli. 15,- A wof/um ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents 'dnhm"! cost of tot,f 1;:'*l,*r ,i,f-* N.v�iem 1 front here today. The buiidings ! from :.' i.o ;:, cems ;,u hour, io i-nke of- j and a child were killed and seven j feci j. There are pracHeaby one other persons were injured in the coh ; thousand mc-u v.-ho wouhi benefit t>y lajtse of 1 wo old tenement buildings t j -ncli an increase and the annua! ad Mn Third Street near the Ohio river I or' Company's Office, 270 Main St., , Winnipeg. in i rni'ii'{|iii!ii"'p would ho more ijiau enimpl�m| under pressure of a hiph Why Not the Most of Your Appearance ? It pays to have well made good fitting clothes. It brings friends and success besides its economical. We are showing two hundred samples of spring materials. From them you will find it easy to select something suitable f or either. Men's and Ladies' Custorn-Made Apparel L We have an expert cutter and designer in charge of the ladies* tailoring dent. Our reputation as makers of mens "made f or clothing is well established. Let us show you samples and styles when you decide to get your new spring costume or suit. Our made to measure clothing is sold at very reasonable figured. CUSTOM TAILOR h 608 Third Avenue S. THING TO FIT* At the Lowest Possible Price Cooked Ox Tongue per tin Veal Loaf and Beef Ham Loaf, tiiis .week. '4 foi Lobster. ! each. I'm- and ....... Salmon. Horseshoe, Is, each................ Shrimps, wet or dry each ....... Finnan Haddie, 2 Tins . . Herrings in Tomato Sauce, j tins for . Sardines. K'inK" Oscar, tin ...... King (Jeor^e. -� Sardim s. J, for ......... Shredded ('odfisb, pi r pfctf....... Acadia *'odfi�?i. lb. hex ......... Jhllled Lie-,* ^ }>l:xC Lard. Pure, i lb. O (* bricks ............... ODC Oleomargarine. Arniour'h m r% so. i"................40 c Stilton Cheese, rolls for ..... wtlC Toilet Soap. W cakes �^ for ......... ....... feUC Castile Soap, OA per bar ...............- �UC Shaving tjticks*. q c 2 for .................OOC Taro Washing Tablets. r each .................. DC Roger's Golden Syrup, m /v . quart scalors. each . . TrVPC Spider Leg Japan Tea. /*A per lb............. . UUC i Gunpowder Tea,' Aa per lb................ OUC Roman .Meal, O � per pkg............... DDC Cucumbers, large size, *j .oach ................. fciU'C Cauliflowers, large white �* p heaths, per lb. ..'.....IDC Rhubarb. , per lb. . . ____ L\3C Head Lettuce., -I r> per bead ............. J. DC Mo! Mouse Lettuce J r\ . per lb. ............... 40C Spanish Onions. c% � lbs. for............. Z.3C Celorv. 'I lbs. o p* for ......... ...... JJC AI anna lad*? Oranges. y g ^ Florida � Grajx: Fruit -j ff  each................. IDC Oranges, fancy navels qa doz. tiac. 75c. and . . . OvC Lemons, large size. r* /\ doz.................... DUC U0ZyTl>:..:.'........40c Aunt .lemma's Pancake. �|/\ -Flour ........ LMZ M'orrfe, Taylor's, �^f\ eacli ................. DvC Libby's Tmoalo Soup, of 2 tins '.............. JDC i KERR CO. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants Phones 1453 and 1365 Finest Picnic Hams 51b. average, per lb. Country style Bacon only a limited quan- tity, per lb. r Oleomargarine, Epicure brand, per lb. Special Farmers' Butter, p^r lb. Special arrangements made during Lenten Season for Full Lines of * 4 ~ i From the Pacific, Atlantic and Great Lakes. H You save the difference he-tween express and freight rates by buying at any of our markets. i We have ihe following varieties, Salmon, Halibut, White Fish, Black Cod, Ling Cod, Fresh Herring, Kippered Cod, Cod Fillets, Haddies, Star Brand Boneless Cod, Kippers, Bloaters and Mackerel. Canadian Food Control License No* 1-155 u year. Limited MAIN MARKET-3RD AVE. SOUTH, PHONES 412 & I388 ! DOMINION MARKET - COR. 4TH! AVE. & 6TH ST! S., PHONE ' PALACE MARKET-13TH ST. N., PHQNE 431 ;