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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. FKBHl'AHY 27. 1918 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD AT LEAST -35 SHIPS 11 c}piia w>u� sUMk. Her cvc w \\\\s saved. The next victim^'was the Japanese $ > > > * REPORT OF SOLDIERS' COMFORTS ? ? > * ? > ? > . 27. American umI ;hoard the Hitachi Mini with orders \ to eo \Hutv the coal of : ho- si earner. : This, howfvev. they wore una hie ro ! arrcniplteh and had ro iv:;ir!i ?:> ?Jil' J Well'. Thereupon the Japanese -.Wv.m- r; was -UIIK. ! The* Wolf was now near Australia :nnl Uio t jptain decided u: re ' lift ;n;i; 1 y. The \.>ya-,re * .nomeneei\ I four mouths a:;o. 'I'he r.uue taken wa-! al.uig iho eeas; A:riea. A saii- i ins vessel win fir ml on a tut >uuk. Tie 11 > We' f af't erwards pi oei*t-\* d speed northward, still fo-Uowed by tin* iKot/. Meiuli. The plan was to ?;o to dirrs* conHorts as submitted to the : Alexander Gait Chapter. I. O. IX K.. . was as follows: The outstanding features of this : year's report are, first, the ewtfmued or rather increased mien's! .of Hie J knitters both in the schools, and our j ; helpers in the city; ninny of the hit- t'urii'7*� t trv *U1 ve* rtSs^s**'1^ us ever since the ......\: work commenced, and are still will-; ins to carry on as tons as necess-avy.j lllSt't pairs of socks being turned in j 1 this year by helpers outside the : � schools, -fecund, the untiring Caith- j ' fulness of the members who have- pre-' [ pared the finished socks for ship-j VALUABLE BONDS STOLEN FROM JptlNNVILLE, ONT Toronto, Feb.''27..- Bonds and certificates valued at a half million dollars are reported to have been stolen from the safe in the office of F. R. Lalor, M.P., at Dtmrtville, Out. The thieves are said to have been acquainted with the layout cf the office a/td the combination of the safe. i ZCO DEAD . Shanghai, Feb. 26.-The earthquake at Swatow caused the death of between 200 and 3C0 persons. More than 200 persons arc being treated in hospitals there. Scarcely a house there has not been dam. aged, most of them seriously. the north pairs, j earryinj? over 2Tu pairs, ro tlw Kxehanpe'J i-ompauy j i^i/, M^ft'ui north ar.d the Wolf south. : This year Ihut pairs per month was fi\:rn Copenhi)gt;i. ussert tha: they \ ' -phe se.iemn said the ircum^nt hy aimed at. ami it is h great pleasure! were captured M:\y ~21 :.�-t. when i^-lihe Corman? was ;;ood. but Hiat dis- t(� he able tt� i*;ll you that we have! vessel was on the way to Australia !t-onuor; was caused ihom hy vermin actually shipped ;IU~� pairs, a month-; wiih coal. About midday a six ihous- aml j.u.iv 0l- aaequate ejoihing in the ; ly average of 2"�u 7-12. Wo have on, and ton merchantman painted hi.udc. a.tlantie. U'hen the .Japanese.: hand 817 pairs, deducting the ~=>7 | appt-arod on the hori'/.on. s;e:i iHin,^ I ci^n, 0 .pairs re- | shHvly. Suddenly ilu\sie:i mer ^c\c( i- j iiaji^^h soil there was a sreai demon-1 knit. We "have a total for - the year, ed the Tgot/. .Mendi arid iv.-A'.V- licr, ^rr;iij-j2 o; joy. the -aiiers dancing and 0f pairs, turned in. RAIDS REPULSED London, Feb. 27.-"Hostile raids wore repulsed during the night northwest of St. Quentin, in the neighborhood of Bullecourt and east of Vermelles" says today's war office report. "The artillery was active on both sides early this morning northeast and cast of Ypres." at i'u11 speed. One � \f( the -hies of ih� -:r.::).^- '� steamer was r were takt'n .-.-hoard the W;)!',;i:r.l evidemly were' weJI trraietl. ! All thrse ships then proceeded' to desert the vicinity of the Outcli l this cargo. The Alnnmfia was then 1 > sank hy a bomb. A few days later the American bark shouting with deiiglu. - _ .j * # * > * * ? *> * *> *> irrulaticm. not-it � deposits ; deposits outside of Canada. 'Vltere an iucfea^e In , a 1! loans in Canada and in cunvui' hums outside fanaiia. l! is explained I f We occasionally hear of hoihbndge men wito have iiover received socks from as since leaving. That con hi t-A^Uy be remedied by their' friends sending us their addresses. After the men are drafted in England it is almost impossible- for us to follow the individual soldier. The remainder ha\e been expressed to different organizations or given out foealiy as follows: Loeal Red Cross. Canadian Wfer Contingent association, sailors. Frencjt Relief, to individual soldiers- / 1 *  and has done a tremendous amount of) work at home making alterations prieinpally toes and extra pressing. Jfliss McKelvie, airs. .Maynard. Mrs. Hrynmer and Airs. A. MurrellAVright have also helped, j During the year about ."0 pairs havej hren rinped entirely the wool sUened.; was lu4d and re-wound Airs, and thei Misses Alarrs, Miss McKelvlo. have! done the greater part of this work. , Another work in which we have! helped is giving assistance to the; schools. Mrs. Pennet'ather going one; day a week to tJalbraith. assisted if| necessary by Mi's. Marrs. It mem- i hers to the High School, i� on Tnes- \ days for knitting with Mrs. Stafford! in charge. (J on Thursdays for Red; Cross work. Airs. Brymner in charge j MUs, Marion Man's has been of; 4 _ Moline Universal Tractor IT IS ALL TRACTOR ['nits remembered: Batteries, 20th, [great assistance to the convenor in j :'!hh, tllst. 7Sth. iJuth: Battalions. 10th.; preparing the lists of acknowledge-; ;>lst, 43rd. l*Uh. ;'.rd. R. T.. Headquar- \ meats for the press, tors Staff Ath Brigade. CoV. Blair Rip-; This Chapter's war work in the city! ley. tith Field Company Engineers, \ schools is. I think, greatly in advance i Lieut.-Col. Gordon, (.'apt. Oenoon. (ofanything hi the went. I almost said; Chaplin's Services. Anti-Air C'rnft Ar- j in the Dominion. ! tillery; .Dispatch Riders, Xursiug Sis-{ For the year 243i> pairs of socks and � ter Margaret Mclntyre. ! ?8SS.15 in money have been turned1 14S1H4 pounds of wool have been i ii! by the teachers and pupils of our; purchased at a cost of $-77$.SO. an1 schools, these figures must express; average of $].$fi 1-5 per pound. A; for both teachers and pupils, many; committee u to $2.25., -and picking up stitches, the last lgure being for a few pounds j Lethbridge men at the front are I. to tide over an emergency. 1 understand proud of the fact that they ; A mistaken ftlea exists among some �; are-never forgotten hy the wom^n at,; home. That this Chapter is able ro share fn that is largely due to the splendid efforts of 111*? teachers in ar- pupils CSC IT SAVES A HIRED MAN IT PULLS-FT DOES NOT PUSH A ONE MAN TRACTOR-A 24 HOUR HORSEv TWO BREAKERS-THREE STUBBLE PLOWS Works al* horse drawn implements, with one man only and that man ON THE IMPLEMENT. You don t need a revolving head with thir. 122 11TH AVENUE WEST, CALGARY. General Supplies Limited AGENTS WANTED FOR ALL UNOCCUPIED TERRITORY. member of the chapter that the work of preparing the socks far shipment is done bv a chosen committee. I would like to correct that error.^as ranging the work to the pupils for the help of any member who can their enthusiasm in knitting and sav-spare time will be much appreciated^ ing. and to the convenor of our ed-; 'From the tim^ the socks are turnert i ueational committee, Mrs. Taylor, who j in until ready for mailing each "par- j started the patriotic work in the j j eel is handled at least 11 times. (schools and was fortunate enough to! ; Certain parts are undertaken by j gain the sympathy, and interest of In-1 � Mrs. Sherlock and .Miss McKeivte, i spector-Morgan aad the School Board. ! who attend to the tying-and parcel- In (dosing may51. as convenor of the  ; ling. Mrs. Sherlock also does the soldiers comforts;-'express very grate-j J addressing, etc.. and Miss Mf*KeIvie! ful thanks to the knitters in the city j 'looked after the wool during my ab-)and district, and the teachers and pup-; j sence last summer. _. j ils of the schools, and to the faithful'. (! Mrs. Anderson. Aliss McKelvie and j members who have helped so splen-' .' jUrs. Freeman have made some beau-; tiful socks by combining the small ; ends so nothing has been wasted, j Mrs. Henderson inspect* the socks didly with-the work on Tuesdays during the year. Respectfully submitted. Jessie T. Robinson, r and Make the Crusty JJ^^jj� Jg EA, D ** nutritious, delicious Vnd healthy, and the crusts sltg as jfood as the center* .v; v1 s X 1 \ S V PAGE .� i \ ritain Recognizes the Value of Music in War-time ^ r To manufacture any article in England, today it must e proven to be an absolute necessity. The land stripped bare of extravagance and waste. is r Yet the making of musical instruments has been increased by two thirds in the last year over 1916. Why? Music is a tremendous necessity in homes nfo less than in the trenches. Good music is absolutely needed to strength-Great Britain knows en our it to be so. endurance-our orale. So your purchase of a Columbia Grafonola is not an extravagance. It is a sign you are bringing courage, cheer, inspiration, good fellowship into your home. Cm Send i*mi4 records your 9*idi*n\ Tkert is a Columbia Grajfrnola in his Y.M vr Knight* of Cnlvmbttm Hut. mi Records r. Priced from $24 to $300 Here Permanent Entertainer Columbia Grafonola Price % 100 Your Home Needs Grafonola computed in cold dollars and cents, of Columbia music-song-band Its value cannot be The golden flood instrumental-is just waiting today to delight you and Why not step into the nearest Columbia dealers no need yours and enjoy the marvellous tone of the Grafonola at all to buy unless you wish. N New Colombia ifecorrf* out the 20th of the month* Music helps you endure the war: cnjoyAU Food will win the war: don't wMtft It. COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY, Toronto, Ont By order No. 16 of the Food Controller of Canada, We are directed that on and after March 1st, 1918, we shall, according to paragraph Four-Not make any bread or rolls except with the standard flour as prescribed by the Food Con- troll ev Five-Make alt our bread weigh 20 ounces and not more than 21 ounces. We can make toaster loaves to igh 2|/9 lbs. and count as two 1 above weights shall be net weight'12 hours after baki ing. that we will not be able to make French or Vien-nia bread after March 1st,) Eleven-Until further directed wrapping of bread or the placing of a band thereon is prohibited. Twelve-Labelling of bread is permissable by the man- uf Seven-The above weights shall only apply to 25 loaves weighed together. The weight of one or * two loaves must not be taken separately. Ten-We can only manufacture a single loaf or a multiple thereof closely batched together and baked in a pan with no gutting or wasting. (This means THE PRICE OF BREAD ON AND AFTER MARCH 1ST, 1918, WILL BE AS F0JJL0WS: t of such bread. Eighteen-We can n:s than from Fnvnee. The pevcent--, age oi rejections due to the large num- { \ ber of acclamations in Canada and ; iniHumlerstanding t)f the Military Vot-', t'Vi*' Act will in proportion to the vote j catit prohahly be ahout tlie same. There ) ih no certainty uh to whaf Heats are likely to^be clianged by Ihe vote still) to come in although ISrant, vSouth Perth, South Renfrew and Nipissing j in Ontario are still looked upon as he-* ing in Ihe doubtful column as are'also the two scat;* in Queens, P. K. I. The two Liberals elected in the west, Mol-t loy, Pruvenchcr and V/hite, Victoria, j Alberln, are thought to have safe leads particularly .the latter. the old union between Poland and Lithuania will not bo fulfill**. DIRECT W(RC Ottawa, Feb. 26.-In ordei^tb facilitate the transaction of public business between the two coiunries, a direct: wire connection has beeh established between the Canadian war trade board Ottawa, and the Canadian war mission; Washington. t OF CANADA personal Savings Account Are Your Children Learning to Save' Money ? Each maturing son and daughter should have a Union Bank of r Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training in how to expeYid money wisely. Such education in thrift and saving v/ill provn invaluaWt In later life. ^ LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - *  F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager CAROSTON BRANCH . *  F. V. Cavera, Manager BARONS BRANCH - .    J. Blackwood, Manaaer ;