Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
EDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1918 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGRNINB 'ond of G pT course I I 00 But wKy not maWit BETTER Coffee? Coffee at its BEST, in fact- JEAL BRAND COFFEE , Send for our booldot "Perfect Coffee-Perfectly Made", it solves the problem. . ICHASE & SANBORM MONTREAL SOCCESSFUL RALLY OF S.S. SCHOLARS Many Children Gather at Wesley -Ilev, Ilorsman Delivers Inspiring Address IS. TO RUSH IN HEF JOKTINUKD FIIOM FnONT PaOK^ Ihal representative was tho hcnil, are '3 ros\iUB ot tlio Brout roimcil of lids ot ull tho co-bolllgeronta. The Recommendations Tho pr!iicli)al rRcommenflalioiis of |3 American dolegatos, headed by ;1. 13. M, Mouse, as Presidont Wilson's rsonal rcpresontatlvo: "That Uie United States ox�rt a)l otr tnfliwnco to Bccure the entire un-of effort, military, naval and oco-ratc beUs-een tlieniBelvo.') and the juntrlos associated with them in the }r. "Inaamuch as tho succoasfiil tcrniin-ioti of the war by tho United Statun 'rt'lho aUlos can bo greatly hastened by tho oxtonalon ot Iha United Statoa Bhipbullding program, that the Buvorn-itient and tho people of the X7nltcd States bond every effort for accom-plishlnc tliose by a Bystematlc co-ordination oC resources o� mea and ma-torioJs. "That the flghtlnB forces ot tlio Vn-itod ytatos be despatched to Knropi! with tho least possible dolii>, incident to training and equipment." Tlirough a iicw Inter-allled organization tor co-ordlnfttlng ship resources, armngements have been made to do-vote "the greatest amount of tonnage posHlblo for the transportation ot Ain-orlcan troops." COLD WAVE IN STATES St. Paul, Minn., Deo. 29.-Tho Northwestern states are in the grip ot u severe cold wave again todliy, the temperature in Minnesota, tho Dakotas, Wisconsin and Montana ranging from fifteen to forty degrees below zero. In some sections transportation is hampered by the cold. Use Ncwbro s Herpicide IN TIME AND YOU mil, NEVER NEED FALSE HAIR Wearing false hair ia a harmless Jjcfeceit of whic'h many ladies are jpuilty. Tlicse women are all objects jfor sympathy rather than criticism, I Early neglect in the care of the Bcalp has caused tiie lo.ss of ao much ihair that their jjertonal appearjince sis sadly marred. ' To correct this dc-ifect they resort to artificial hair I honing by bo doing to liido tho x-e-JiBUlts of their earlier inattention to I the details of thdr toilet. Those un-Ifortunatcs are deceiving no one but "themselves as no ;�rtiftcial hair no matter how cost-:ly, ever has tho Isnai) and luster 'nor can it bo imade to look aa 1 pretty and at-itractivo aa natural hair. Most ladies would resent any impu-' tation of personal carelessness and i neglect. And yet very many permit i thoir natural hair to become so dull, brittle and lu.storless that it looks no bettor than that bought at tlio store. All this is aa unfortunate as it is unnecessary. Hair that is unsightly or thin may usually bo attributed to the destroying elfeets of DandrafT. This destructive formation shortly robs the hair of life, with the result that it finally loo.scns and drops out There is a preparation, sold and guaranteed by all dealers, tho intelii-Kont use of which will kill tho dandruff germ. It cleanses the scalp of all .iccumulations and makes the hair shine with the luster of life and beauty. That rcmedy_ is Newbro's Herpicide, the Original Germ-Remedy for DandrufT, In no way can you add more to your personal charm and attractiveness than bv tho use of this remarkable and v>eU known scalp pro-GONBIIJ phvlactic. On account of its astonishing merit and ita delightful and exquisite odor, Herpicide finds users everyv;here among all classes. It may De purchased mEO cent and $1.00 sizes at all drug stores and toilet cooda counters. Applications may bo obtained at tlie better barber shops and hair dressing parlors. Upon receipt of 10 cents in postage or sdver to cover cost of packing and mailing, The Herpicide Co., Dept. S, Detroit, Mich., will send to any address a nice sample bottle of Herpicide and an interesting booklet on tno care of tho hair. TM un m utrtJtL SPECIAL AGENTS-J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Thirty Organs for Sale Price $30 to $100 All by the best makers. Must clear this stock and make room for Pianos. TERMS TO SUIT YOU. \hE HOME or THn VltTROtft ANO THOUSANDS Of REC0H09 tVEHY SIYLE-EVEHY^PRICE rOR YOU TO SELECT JRO� BALMORAL BLOCK RAFFLE OF PIANO For Soldiers'i Families Messrs. A, M. Grace, A. Nl, Grtoo� k Raworth, J. B. Turney, H.W. Crawford, E, C. Gullbault, Thoa. Cliinn, O. B. Edgett and L. W. Clark, have presented a Grand; Plan* to the Veterans hero for the benefit of the ooldlero' families, Thl^vm bo raffled off, TICKETS $l.fe these niay be procurpd ^ram the two Chifters of the I. O.'O. E,, the Next-of-Kln and the Ytterans. Thi.'ro wan a splendid turnout to tho fourth annual New Ycar'-i Sim-(liiy School Rally at Wesley Church yohtorday morning. Tho gathering comprised of the Knox, Wesley, United, First Baptist, Christian and Salvation Army Sunday Schools, together with the respective officers and tcachors. Tho First Baptist S. S, took (ho banner for the attendance this year with tho splendid mark of 88%. This is the higlio.=it that has ever been made, the Salvntion Army taking it Inst year with 8'1%. They came a clo.so second this year, with 89 credits. Tho rally opened with a soleclton from Wesley orchestra, followed by the singing of God Save the King, and a prayer by Jlev. 0. h. Curtis. The Uov. \V. F. Burns then extended a welcome to all present, and spoke bilefly on the success of the rallies. These were started four years ago by Itev. Francis ot Wostmlnster church, and since then have prospered wonder fully. "1 think," said Mr. Uurus, "that there could be no better way tot you younger folk to start the new year than by attending this rally." Rev. O. C. Horsman, ot jEdmonton, who is in the city for a special mission at the Uaptlst church, then deliv ered a splendid and inspiring^ address to the children. Mr. Hor.sman spoke on tho subject ot time, and In a clear and easily understood manner showed how each minute should be spent to the best possible advantage. "The best New Year's resolution that you can make," said tho speajter "is to resolve that you will make the best use of every minute of your time. By so doing, you will bo doing yourself and countless others, an enormous amount ot good. Time is the great treasure that Is given to all of us In eaual tiuantltles to use as a means of reaching the pinnacle of tamo and goodness or the lowest depths of degradation. It Is like a ladder in this respect. Some climb up, others down, and It lies with you which way yo\t go. Tho difference In character, manner and ability In all of us Is due to tho different way in which we have spent our time. Time is rich in posslbllltiea. It is the only thing In the world that if osicu lost is beyond the possibility of rccovory. God's greatest gift-a year ot time, stated a famous poet once, and I think those were tho truest words he ever stated. Let me Impress upoti you one and all that your destiny, and the dcBtlny ot others depends on the manner In which you use each minute of your time," The rally was brought to a close by singing "God Save Our Native Land,"\and benediction by Rev. Chas. Baker. 91] FORES S NCREASED BUSINESS 1917 1918 Bank . clearings $45,021,074.00 ?31,638,5*8.P0 Building permits &&,C88.00 81,122.00 Customs returns 655,523.10 ^ 277,295.48 Above are the yearly figures for Lothbridge showing the increase in tho volume of business being done through this centre. The outstanding increase of course, is tho hank clearings, sfiiowing 45 per cent. Tho building permits are negligible as compared with ft few years ago. Tho post office figures tor tho year were not available but will show a slight falling oft In total business. This is due to the fact that in 1916 a very largo business was done through the post otfico by farmers who had secured government relief sending through tlio post office their payments to the Lethbrklge land office. The figures for the month of December just closed are Indicative of this fact; 191C 1917 Stamp sales .,? 5,924.76 % 6,340.32 Money orders issued..... 44,453.00 42,618.87 Money orders paid...... 01,054.28 22,320.50 Total business ?119,145.S7 5 7(1,943.87 You Get Better Cough Syrup by Making it atltome What's more. Ton onve nhotit f 8 br It, Xnelly made nod cojts Uttla. You'll never really know what a. lino couKh syrup you can make until yuu iircparo this famous bomc-mado remedy. You save $2 aa compared with tho rend.r-made kind, and you will also liavo a. more effective remedy ia every way. It overcomes tno usual coushs, throat or chest coHs in 24 hours-relieves even wlioopins coucli, qulckl.r. Get 2% ounces of Pinu.v (50 wuta worth) from any Rood drug store, Sour ifc into a IQ-oz. bottle and flit JO bottle with plain Ktanulated suRar Bvrun. Here .you have 10 ounces-a family suppl.v-of the most effective cough nyrup that money can buy-at a cost of only 65 cents or'-Iosa. It BoVer spoils, i Tho prompt and TiOBitivo xosulta given by this plcHsanc tasting cough �vrup have caused ifc to bo used in more homos than any other rcmod.r. It quickly loosens a � dry, hoarno or tijiht cough, heals tho inflamed mom-branes that lino the throat and'bronchial ttibes, and relief comes almost immediately. Snlcndid . lor throat tieklu, hoarseness, brouohitis, croup-and brnnehiut astlmia. �Wnex is a hlalily concentNvtod ooro-pound of genuine Norway pino oxtraot and has been n�cd for ,neneratleua iov throat and chest ailments. Avoid disappointment by aakinn; Mrs. Goo. Smith of Red Oner. Is visiting hor daugliler, Mrs. G. T. SVataon, Riverbftloui. ' � � � .Mr. and Mrs, J. D. .Martin, of Calgary, have been visiting .Mr. iiud .Mrs. M. J. Connor ot this city. * Miss lieasle Dlttle, formerly of tlin IjOthbrldfee High school, Ikim joined the staff of the Merchants bank here. � Tho Lothbridge Bible study cla.ss win meet Friday at 8 p.m. at t!ie homo of .Mr. I'tttchlng, IDIO .Ith Ave., North, | Tho Brotherhood ot Locomotive Firemen and Kngincors are lioldlng their second annual dance on Friday January 18lh. � Mr." and -Mrs. \V. E. Simpson and family have returned to their home) In VVainwright after spending the hall-days In Lethbrldge. m 0 m The regular meeting of the Ladies' Orange Lodge will be held in iho Mbose hall on Thursday evening at 7:30. AH members are reiiue.Ued to bo present. In.'Uallation ot officers. � � The Alexander GaU chapter I.O.D.E. will hold a specially impuitaiil meeting tomorrow afternoon al o'clock In tho Masonic hall. All meuihora are requested to be present, * " A meeting ot the Ilardieville Ladies' Aid win be held tomorrow tThurs-day) at the home of Mrs. Kellette at 2:30. All the members are requested to attend aa there Is special business to bo transacted. � � The M.'>,1or Jack Ross chapter I.O. D.E. will meet tor sowing tomorrow evening v.i usual In the lied Cross rooms at 7:43. All members are asked to be present as there is a great demand for Red Cross work. � * At St. Matthew's church, .Montreal, by the Rev. Goo. E. Ro,ss, U.A., B.l)., Flora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McLean, Smith's , Falls, was aiarriod to Malcolm Graeme CamercKi, K.C., ex-M.P.P,, Goderlch, eldest son ot the late Hon. M. C. Cameron. m m m Tho regular meeting of Ivnox Ladles' .\ld will bo hold Frliiuy, Jan. 4th at 3 p.m. in the schoolroom. All_ who I have not paid thoir dues slioulil 'do so j that the books may be closed for the year. The election of officers will take place and the annujil reports read. 4 � � ^ Mr, George Mclrvine, a well known and highly respected citizen ot High Hlvor, was united in marriage to Miss Jessie Isabel MacPheraon, of Hamilton, Ontario, on Wednesday} December 19. Mr. and Mrs. Mclrvine will bo at home, High River east, alter April 15. The annual meeting of the Macleod; Presbyterial will be held In the schoolroom of Knox church, Thursday, Jan. 3rd. At the morning session, 'which meets at ten o'clock, the rjiports from the different auxiliaries .will be given. The afternoon session opens at three o'clock, when an address will bo given by Miss Mitchell, the field secretary. Supper will be served In the schoolroom to the delegates, also to members of the W.M.S. and Home Helpers, Gavin Spence( Jr., of Lethbridge, came home for tho Christmas holidays, which he Is spending with his parents at 1250S stony Plain road. He brought with him three other "drummers" whose homes are too far east to warrant them going so far, including Wil-mol Irwin, formerly of this city. The latter has already returned to Lethbridge, but tho rest of the party will remain till January 5. - Edmonton Journal. mm* The largest and most dolighttul event ot tho holiday season so far was the bridge-tea given by Mrs. P. h. Nalsmith Saturday afternoon in the private drawing-rooms of the Palllser, when sho entertained for her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lawrence Nalsmith, of Shaunavon, Sask., who Is her guest. Tho attractiveness ot tho cosy rooms was enhanced by the addition of cut flowers and palms. During the tea hour Mrs. West Jones and Mrs. Nourso poured tea.-Calgary Herald. � a CORRY-SINCLAIR On Monday afternoon Herman Conk-lln Corry and Isabel Sinclair were united In holy bonds ot matrimony, Rev. W. F. Burns ofticiating. � � McklNNON-MASSON At Knox church, on Monday ovon-Ing, Mr. Neil McKInnon and Miss Madge Masson both of Claresholni, were united In marriage, Rev. W, P. Burns officiating. BR ADBEER-M1LI..13R A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnized last night at tho home of Mr. and .Mrs, B, L. Miller, 619 9tb Ave. S., when their eldest daughter, Jesse Williams, was united in marriage with Mr. William Bradbeer,-8on of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bradbeer ot this city. The hpme of the bride was very beautifully decorated (or tho occasion. Tho bride looked very oharmlng In a beautiful silver grey satin eami trimmed with floral pink and carried a large boquet of roses and carnations. After the CMemony a dainty wedding breakfast was served when the happy couple ware the recipients ot many beautiful and useful presents. The Rov, C. C, Cragg performed the cerrfmony. R. H. 'VVodoll Bpont the Christmas holiday with his parent.i, .Mr. and -Mrs. J. K. Wodoll, Calgary. * * -Miss OoncvlcVB ilarirahan was the guest of .Mrs. S. K. Wodi'll, Caigiiry, over tho Christmas holiday. Miss Pollock, ot the city teaching staff, is spending the holiday with friends in Lethbridge.-.Medlcino Hat News. � � Mr. Fred Walker, of Winnipeg, who has been .spending New Xwir'.'i with frietids return.s tonight to his home, there. Jtiss Jessie Kobiaon has left for Claresholm where she has acc:eptoit a position as teacher at one of tho nearby schools. * Tho Nursing MiK.sion wishes to express Its hearty lhank.s for the special! offering ot ?17.01) at tho Sunday school | rally yesterday. < Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon Campbell and .Mr. Carl Snyder returned to tlieir homo in Edmonton today after spending the holidays with .Mr. ami .\;r3.'E. 15. Sloan, 4th Ave. Miv and Mrs. E. .M. Carson and family, ot Lethbridge, are spending llie holidays with Mr. and .Mrs. J. T. Thompson, Rosedale, Calgary. � / � Tho mission circle of tho Baptist church will hold their regu' .r meeting In the church Thursday afternoon at four j'clock. All members are urged to bo present. Rev. Mr. Horsjman will give a talk. Miss Pennytathor, daughter of Superintendent Ponnyfather, ot the R. N.W.M.P., of Lethbridge, who has been visiting in Vernon, B. C, is the guest of .Mrs. J, L. Costlgan for a day or two on her way to Winnipeg.-Calgary Herald. � AsslKtant Commissioner James Wilson, of tho Royal .N'orthwest Mounted Police, and Mrs. ' Wils^/n, passed through .Calgary yesterday on their way to Hecina, after spending Christmas with' thoir daughter at Banff. Tho assistant commissioner is a former old-time resident ot Calgary. - Calgary Herald. Mrs. Thrifty says: ''You will be mighty glad when gou meet me Pto. .r. D. McMurrlch. formorly a Toroiiij lawypr and l;itci' pr;i(:ti:iing in Vancouver, wa.n killed in action. Ho w.iH a son of tho late W. B, McMurrlch, K.C. of Toronto and a cousin ot Mrs, (Dr.I Patlon, of Coutls. i IlGESIl, GAS, ORr During tlie Year 1917 The Great West Life Assurance Company has maintained its leading position. Business in force over One Hundred and Fifty-two Million Dollars. CH MISERY N FIVE MLtlES "Pape's Dlapepsln" for Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time It; In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No Indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching ot gas, acid or eructations ot undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache, Pape's Dlapepsln is noted for its speed iu regulating upset stomachs, tt Is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion remedy in the Whole world and besides jit Is harmless. Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without fear-thoy know Pape's Diapepsin will save them from any stomach misery. Please, for your sake, get a largo fitty-ceut case of Pape's Diapepsir from any drug store and put your stomach right. Don't keep on bclUf miserable-life ia too short-you an not hero long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and digest It; enjoy it, without dread of rebellion In the stomach. Pape's Dlapepsln belongs in your home anyway. Should ono of your family oat something which don't agree with them, or in caso ot an attack of Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime or during tho"nIght, it is handy to give tho nuickest, surest relief known.- Advertiaemeut. your .dru.ffclBt, for "2Vj ounces o? with full dlrootiona, und don't Rccepe anything else, 'A guarantee of ftbsoluto uatisfaetlon or money prompt-Iv refimaecl'Kocii with this praparatlott. ^riio Pincjc Co., Teronto, Out. PUBLIC-PUTS MONEY INTO WAR Now York, Dec. 25.~ Federal reserve banks throughout tho country have sold $12,600,000 worth of 'war saving certttlctttes and $600,000 worth of thrift stampo, according to figures received from Washington today by Predorlek 'W. Allen, director for New York city. d The Ancient Order of Foresters Are Holding a In the K. of P. HaU on Friday Next January 4th MISS ABNOLO'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE. Prices: Gentlemen $1.00, Ladies 50c. Let Us Undertake Your Dental Work THE choice of your denli.st should bo no light matter. His is the function ot architect and buihlers with tho added requirement ot tho goldsmith's sklU. Ho ia called upon not alone to imitate, but also to roplaco tho wonderful structure of Iho original natural tooth. RACTICAL experience is his greastest asset and by its duration, coujjled with his akili, must his value to the public be gauged. Over eighteen years ot constant practice is the record to which we proudly lay claim. Dentistry with us Is an exact science, and through years of painstaking study and effort to achieve the ease and comfort ot the patient .we can frankly claim that- DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART \ \ Drs. Brasier, Richards and Nelson OTT BLOCK-4 DOORS FROM LETHBRIDGE HOTEL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115 A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 Now P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. and and St, East, Calgary. Office Phono M2848 ' Roaldonce Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan E:^, Ear, Noso imd Throat HoBpItftl, Now York City, 191X.1914. 'Speclali&t to Calgary School Board 274-24 igli-class Fiimiture at Public Auction FRANK WADDINGTCIN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. CHENEY,' WlUt SELL AT HIS AUCTION ROOMS, S O. E. BUILDING, TENTH , STREET SOUTH ^ - � V I ON FRIDAY NEXT AT 10.30 A.M. AN ASSEMBLAQEvOF HIGH CLA88 FURNrfURlE And effects incliidlng: Very handsome dining sulto In solid oak, . early English, comprising buttet, 6 ft. by 1 ft. 10 ln, one large linen dniwer and throe smaller, two cupboards, bevel plate mirror to back;, ioun^[l extending dining table; set of 12 leather seated dining chairs nud bow fronted china cabinet, all In fine condition; beautiful pile carpet 10x9 In two shades of blue; beautiful miaslon oak library table; solid leather atqol; very heavy mission oak chesterfield, low stylo with solid leather cushion sent; lounge chairs in solid oak nud genuine leather; mission oak book stand; white enamel occasional table; � splendid � Erussella carpet, squares and carpeting; oak chiffonier;, dressers and stands; splendid kitchen cabinet;'Kootonay range; tvo,Hy ft. 6 iii. beds complete; kitchen tablo7-UItchon"QhairB;-srttnlte-nnd' ; gl.nss wave; curtains; piotui-es, oto. ' . .'^ . . Also a magnificent Pianoforte-by Moson & RlsolvlniWiilnut paiiV perfect tone. ' - ' ' There will also be sold at this sale 26 Pairs Children'il Boots. A.U new goods. In assorted sizes. . ~ ^ GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY, 7.30 to 9,00 P.M. ' : TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 WAPDINGTON SELLS WITH0UT-RE8ERVE v..