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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta W.DNT.SDAY, JANUARY 8, 1919 fllK LETIinmnfiK n.VH.Y SEVEN Vast Reclamation Scheme of Big Importance To S. Alberta time ago the Herald publish- and the Lelhbridge Northern to u report to the effect that tbe do- I'Lirtmttit ot Ibo interior at Ottawa roushlerliig a retUunUinu schenio I Pity, taking tlJt-' waters o( I tic Old Man u or supply, project a couyle of years i Lia achievement moie of In hardly a Una to success wari to tht {air and it is i nitre-sting to isou- praise lhat iho field nmrphal ,ti> Uit; tanks. Ko great baa licc-u the it-ffet-t produced upon thy tii-rmaus Liy ;llrilfyh tanka, he said, In more (linn cno instance u-hr-u ival tanks Wf-re not, availably r-'tulls ob- tained by tho of iIuEnuiy canvas. lanka." Maurice's Tribute F LONDON', JHTI the Achievements of the: Dally today on r'iel-i Marthal uiviLiuu t ill-. UilLl I n HI U LI I! tu- tor mid assistant director would Lo ninued lo tak.; charge of Ihc ailmlols- (ration ot the work. Tliii dispatch hears out thy I'yriitd'a story ot tlays ago and is of iho utmost tmiiort- lo Southern Alberta. ueciiion mereiore rcsiB wun uie rar- At tbe present time ii. K, Is rucrs. Whether the goveroment would Fui-'crititenileut of irrigation vhllo F. unUertaVco to guarantor the bonde of 31. Peters, Socnled nt I'uU'sry, Is rom- an irrigation district lormed by tU" misBioiipr. Pructk-aily per cent. ot liie work of the rtopartsncHl has been confined Bwtithc-rn Alhena UiHish Forces in Lust Days of War Marshal clilon therefore rests with the far- Ma ju MI '.u. Sir Freii- ierlck V. 'Maurice. dirw- (tor a! military oneraUoce lit Uiu war comments uyun ttit calm with j-ft-bfch the brifliant of vic- wbJch (be l in lhe autunilli wa, rctetved at honiK j ..Our to Kuolj eaySt ntlt. iic. llt-.l if we tayinB to Kic-ld HaJg the Hrltliii armies Jaji. in miracle by which S9 Ilrltish IdorfT's anil was vauao of the illvlaioue fjjflicteJ such crushing ilo- first appeal to President WUsem for an nn Uernian (HvtsionK. ii seeuu oniusiloe and it brokr UK- morale ol probable thai, without beUUlius our; ilie German people. j men's amazing heroism, they will find ,hc threo frolll Al ._ material fexplanatton In our vov n won 'ttou of B'tittlcal superiority duy to j vk-torles which yieldPd prison- swift lanhS. tcrs y.S40 Iii ibis final earn- Tho Pally Graphic .says; "TJiat palgn Hie French armies took these victories 1'jave i-von'prisoners and 1.1SD the Amcri- against the Gyfmans' -numerical PU- cans prisoners anil gusis, I perlority is suificlonl-proof that mail-' the prisoners anil 474 bood of A free onipirp la more tbun 50 that tho Hritish ;trmy, though match for the legions, of a i raihcr than oiiP-tliird ol tiio total autocracy.1' allied strength in Uic vresl, v.-as re- "The principal reason for the <1ra-l Bponalblo for alnioHt one-half the t-ap- inalitr change which in ilieltures on tho most dimculi vital military Bays the seu-tor of tbe whole front. "was untlcnibtecllv due io tbe ner.-onaliiy and genius ot Marshal i v Poch. whose strategic conception carried out with such lino conspicit- ous loyalty by Field Marshal ami the British army. By it the whole i campaign was revolutionized. To this we must add as a material fact tho splendid fighting capacity of the French and British soldier. H la by FIVE MORE V C.'S OYSTER RAY, Jan. fun- eral service of Col. HooseveU today was witnessed by in embers of the family nnd a feu- friends, the congres- sional delegation and a of 200 neighbors, among them in any school children who lutd assembled' at the grave wlillfi ttic clmrch senlce was in progress. As the outdoor congregation recJt- tbe Lord's Prayer it was noted that Capt. Archibald Roosevelt stood directly behind clergyman at the licnd tit the grave, while to the left and quite alone was former President Taft, the colonel's lifelong friend. Other members ot the fftniity r. few paces back from Capt. Roose- vb'Ho the congressmen and peo- ple of Oyster Day were directly, behind a delegation toC Jtough Rtders at 1be loot ot lhe Erave, Only tlie Rough Riders' floral tri- bute relieved tho plainness ol tho casket as it was lowered to its final resting place. Tho battle fiags were taken tack to iho trophy room at Sagamore Hill, where lha colonel's family will prize them as he had sinco tlicir presentation UK a recognition of liis part In th a Sp i sh-A in erica n war. New York's Tribute NEW YORK, Jan. ilic whole nation was mourning the pass- ing of former President Roosevelt, this city, in which lie was horn and to citizens hn was perhaps most personally familiar, paid trlbuin today to his memory as liia Iwdy was laid to rest in the little ceme- tery nt Oyster Hay. N'cw York prac- tically suspended nil business 'for one mfnuto and paid Bilent respect to the Illustrious deail. Precisely at l.W p.m. and until 2 o'clock, lor ono minute, virtually every wheel of Industry in Greater New York stopped, including the vires ot the Associated Press, elevat- ed surface cars ceased and tho hum of trade was silent. X. Jan. more Canadians have won the Vic- toria They are: Capt, John McGregor, M.C., D.C.M., who enlisted at Vancouver; no means true that the enormous tie-f Lieut. Geo. Fraser Korr, of mechanical Invention lias j deprived tlie infantryman 'of his value, j On the other hand, (he infanln'mau 1 btill remains the backbone8 of delense ami the spearhead of attVck. "As Field Marsnal Haig adds: 'At- no time has {he reputation of tliej British infantryman been higher or] who enlisted at Toronto; Lieut. M. r. Gregg, a scliool tench or; Lieut. B. L. SEont-y, son of Geo. Honey, of Out.; Sergt. Wnr. Merrifieltl, Ottawa. Ont. ff LONDON. Jan. scribing the battle of the Scarpe and the retaking of Monchy-le-Preux last August, Field Marshal llatg says: "At 3 o'clock on llio moralng of August S, tho Canadian corps, Lieut- Gen. Cnrrie comtnanSlng, on the right of den. Home's 1st army, attached tho Gorman positions astride the Scarpe riveri with the 2ad and 3rd Canadian commanded by I Durstat and Lipaett I snd ttio 51 dlvleion. This attack, on' about 5 1-2 mtlca of front, closely supported by the 3rd army's JeEt, was cuiupiuCtily successful. By noon we had taken AVancourt and Gnemappfi and had stormed the hill and village ot Moncy-lc-Preui. The latter posl- (ton was of great natural strength and well organised for defense and commanded observations of much Im- port an CD." Now Guarantee of a perfect cup of Coffees In I onJ 2 pound the tcan, ground, or fine ground, for percolators. "Perfect It's free. CHASE SANBOHN MONTREAL Tiloni.lN, Jan. liosls of Dr. Karl Mcliknorlil, leader of Uio ullrn-, railiral Spariacan croup, engaged In an attempt to overthrow tho Kbcrl government, were beginning to morel nt tills hour toward, tho Slegeaalle, whore notices In Die Freltielt nnd lied Flag Iiail called iinon them to Mseinble al 5 o'clock Uila mornins. Tho loading nrllclo In Trelhcit railed nron Itio Spartac.ins to occupy Firateglc poinls In tho city. Mori- rlny evening they occupied tho of thfi gener.il railway executives nnil arc nlso hohllng the main tele- grnpri otdce. Tircnly of their men ivero permlttetl ny KOicrnmcnt troops (n enter Ihc hiilhllnK of tho ministry of 'war, "In order (o make suro tliEt Iliero might lie no furlher shoallnc from 11." j Ono'ol tho nolshovlkl orKana loilav- pulilished a rumor (lint Pielil Jl.iralial von M iiutcnlnirf; had reaclicil Ilerlln. j lllooil-iiolioiiliij: from n holl on his! kneo eauscrt the clqalli ol Hugh VcDonafil of Nlsaouri. WE ANNOUNCE OUR GRAND OPENING OF OUR FISH On FRIDAY Morning, Jan. 10th WITH A FULL LINE OF FRESH, FROZEN, SALTED AND MILD CURED SMOKED FISH AND SHELL FISH OF EVERY DESCRIPTION RECEIVED DAILY DIRECT FROM THE PACIFIC COAST FISHING BOATS TO YOU. we handle all kinds of canned (uh. TiV'our brand, it is government tested and guaranteed. We Pay Cash for and Poultry The Canadian Government have, spfint thousands of dollars lo introduce io you the finest 'nutritious food obtainable from the Pacific Coast. Eat Fish and be Healthy. Eat Fish and be Economical. Eat Fish, the Ocean is Full of Them. We solicit your patronage by calling at our market or phone 'your orders, we will deliver to your door twice a Delivery hours, 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 lo 4 p.m. delivery boy who knows the city and can drive a Chevrolet Car. Yours Towriss and Kerr, Proprietors 719 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH FOOD CONTROL LICENSE APPLIED FOR PHONE No, 337 A January Sale of SHOES You will find a Great Many Lots on Special Sale Tables and in Every Case the Prices are Lower than Previous Cost Women's Patent and Dongola Kid, I, 3 and 4 button 'panel strap slipper, flexible leather soles and half Louis heels, neat and serviceable. Regular Price Women's high cut Grey Dongola Kid Shoes with grey cloth tops, straight laced style with medium long vamp. This shoe is very neat and dressy in appearance and will be found soft and comfortable on the foot. Regular Price Boys' Substantial Built Shoes for school wear. Button and laced styles in gunmetal and box calf leathers. Regular Price Women s fine quality gunmetal, patent, leather and box calf walking shoes in button and laced styles. Good weight leather soles and concave Cuban heels. Regular to Price Ladies' Satin Japanese House Slippers in three colors, red, pink and blue. This slipper is Very soft and comfortable on the foot. All sizes. Regular Price 39c Men's Flexible Walking Shoes in tan and black. Made, of high grade calfskin, Goodyear welted, solid leather soles and heels. Regular to 10.00. Price A Fresh Lot of Specials from The Dry Goods Section 1 5 pieces of Crum's English Print in butcher blue, greys and light grounds. Neat patterns, splendid quality. Selling at a ridiculous pnce. 19c Per Yard Beautiful While Turkish Towelling, British manufacture, heavy quality. Width 1 6 inch, only 5 pieces to sell at 29c Per Y0d A real special in Dish Towellingj-BjrilisK manufacture. White with red border, heavy (6 inches wide. While the lot lasts at ,.J.i 12k Per NOW FOR A SHEEt jS. 5 dozen White Cotton Sheets, size is 8-4 and these will be cleared out iffitf Don't miss this opportunity. ;