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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta pAnp.FirTHT THE LETHmtlDGE DAILV ^TEnAttf'^., r J J ly.^ ' FRIDAY, JANUAIJY ii, tMS .AtURDAY, MONDAY and JUESDAY are our last three days for business in Le^^^^ ^) $10.75, $11.75, $13.90, : $18.7^, $21.50 MEN'S i SHdE3 TliB'famous world over Walk-Over Shoes, Slater and 'Mulr. All sizes, button, or lace. Last 3 days at 3.75 and 5.95. Fine Shirts Come all men for a tine top shirt. All sizes and neatvdesigns. French cuffs and soft collars. Also starch cuffs. Values up to 12.25. 3 days at 95c -1.45 1.65 wwm ft I' Press Trousers '65 pair fine ^worstfed pants; neat stripes-Ih many .shaUes and sizeS. Good values at $5.00 and $6.00 Last throe days at...... 3.45 Boyi ''73 boys' good"tweed anS worsted suits. Many shades ijnd siics from 7 years to lu. Wonderful values at . ', $4.45 to $7.95 Felt Hats L Why wait and pay $4.00 and" $5.00 for a Felt Hat. Hero .we have over 100 good felt hats in all colors and sizes. O OC Cheap at $4.00. 3 days at....... �i�CiM Trunks and Suit A limited number of trunks and suit cases of a fine quality to clear at lower-than wholesale cost today. . ' MANYBl^RRIEB ' (From The "Enterprise) � Mtfrried on Dee.\2.")th, 1917, Mr. Noel Bartholomew and \\Il:s Elizabeth eldest daughter of 3fr. and Mrs, B. Slo-cum of One-Four, .\lta., Rev. Brogen tied the nuptial knot.  The happy young couple spent tlieir honeymoon at Lethbridge and other western cities and are expected home th^s week. They will reside on the groom's fann in 1-4. ^ � ^  .. Peter Flaxhaug who lives at "Cat-elching ot (indlKested f DlapepB'n \� a certain cure toriovt^t order'stotaiachs bcc.tuso it >|l^ke8 hold.your food and digests it UBt,i.tbe same .as it your stomach. IfejleMn five iniunt^Ssfrdm all stom ;i^P9htmiaery is.walnng for you at any . pfriif atore. � :^',rTiifMe' larce>fUty-^ent (vases contain ;\mniimlli/}P*pp'H Dlapepaln" to keep '-llriaftBiHy;'free-from stomach - '-�*-,l|?'-man. The couple were attended by Mw. and Mr. Carl Nkttres's. Only a.few of the nearest friends and relatives were present to witness the ceremony. Xt 7.30 a bounteous dinner was served". The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tiiomas Nattress. She came to Alberta about six years ago from rJainsboro, Sas-kafchewah. The groom Is a son of Mr. and sirs.'John Bloc)? of McCloud County, Minn., he Immigrated to Can-' ada some years ago^ and has since been engaged in farming. .Mr. and Sirsj Block are both well known In tills community, and have a host of friends who wish them 'a long and happy journey thrpugli- life. / � Jlrs. Thomas Bowcott ppsed away 708t, at the family'homo west of town, last Saturday. January the fifth,* 19A8, In her 431'd'year. She had been' suffering frotit a serious, malady for some time and during the p'^st few weeks all hopes for her re,-covery, was given up,' and it was only a matter of a short time tip the end would come. The family is one-of the pioneer settlers, of. the district having, come here in 1910, and have been very succiBssful in ^tarmfng, having built for themselves a very comfortable home. The deceased leaves to mourn a husband ^nd one son William.' ,r ' , Mr. Roborison.and have charge of the Manyberries^district forvsome ^yeeks, as Mr. Robertson has been under tho doctor's care for the past two^weeks, caused by over strain and work "during the coustructlon of the new church. � , JIlss Loree of Yourigstown arrived ,on Saturday's belated train and will spend some-time with her sister Mrs. Fletcher. She experienced an" awful tri^ for there were two snovfplows and the regular train stalled iii the drifts west of Etzikim for'24 lionrs^ She and Jlrs. Henderson ajid Constable Henderson A.P.P. .and some'morej passengers spent the night in the caboose with the train crew, "Thia was. the worst blockade^ yet but there may be worse. . \ � ,V- Ernest Leltchtfeld, who was looking after D. W. Nattress'.'stock for the winter, had tho ralsfortuniB of breaking his foot. He left for his home at Raymond. /  . Ralph Courtney hap purchased Mr. Betts' farm one mile south of "town and win take poss'o^slon in- a few days. Ralph came' ..from the Toronto district where the family haVe lived on a farm so his becoming^a farmer is not a new gameyior him, but merely changing the, 'east for the west. .MK Betts Is one of the early settlers of the district having homo-steaded tho land J^ist sold, immigrating from Minnesota' The i\eal embraces tiie farpi and all stock and Implements even to the chickens. The\ price was in the neighborhood of ; $0,000. FORFREJCHAiD have been cared tor at Evian Les Bains since the.Ttod Cross began 'Its Work there, 'rwcnty-eiglit hnndrbd j)orsoiis ly).-/c beon hoiiSpd at one tlmu In Paris alone, while in thirty-one other departments in Franco liveable houses have been provided with some food, fuel, clothing and furniture' by tho Red Ci-oss through its ow-n offices in sixty-three cities and towns. A pleasing featui'o" oK tUc oveninp was the dancing of a.-^Scotch reel bj p'- M�Me'lil,>'�>ur Uome.-^ The Presbyterian congregatibn of Orion held Its � first annual meeting. Mr. Pock reported in cortnectibn with the church building that the total receipts amounted to ,� $1,163.70. Mr. , Robertson reported service held on I 4es Sundays with tin average attentV jance of 44. 'During tlje year 414 vlaita-ttonstjad been made 6t which 125 wrfre in the Orfon district. Communicants on the roll 26, Baptisms 3. The retiring managers were Jobn^E, Jackson, H. Peek and Mr. French. Those elected to take tholrplaces were John E. Jackson, re-elected, piter McAskll and James-lilckson.-'The full board now Is as follows; M. J. Rogers, ifhalr-m�n. \Vm. J. Peck, secretary-treasurer, John W. Jackson, Mr. ERelston, John Hanson, Wai, Fagen, and the three newly eleuted, Mr. .McNellly who ha!*, been nsslKt-liig in tho local branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, loft on Satm-day'H iHrlatod train for Shiunavon, .Sask. "Mac." will bo missed in town ii� he had made many'frieilds during his-B monlj^s'here., � Mr; .McCualO, B,A., who was to take charge of tho Prosb.nerlan church work nt Raachville, wi\l remain with I Washington,' Jan..:ll.-- Chah-man I Hurlej',' of the shipping ..board,, lu a 'Htate^nent last night announced that the production of ship tonnage In tho United States In ^1918 Is estimated at from 4,a00,oq0 to 5,000,000, tons ;in a special report by Llqj^ds. 'At his request. Homer L. Fqi^uson, presldent'of ' tho Newport News Shipping company, I testifying Wedriosday at tne senato .shipping Inquiry paid Lloyds had'estimated ,'ihe 'production at about 2,-500,u00. Chairmin^I-lurloy said theru now are 118 BhlI�ya^^i�,'51. for. steel sliipc and 07 for wjjpden vessels In tho^Unittid 'States an^ ibat the force of Bhijiyard workers': had Incroased from UkStvt ^05,000 on OQtohoi' X5 to about Ut^OOi'^h De^cmlier 22, Last Mr.'and Mrs. William Porter, ot tho Arlington hotel, celebrated their goi-,----_____......, _____ den wedding on. Hogmanay night. Uhe aged couple, to the skirl of the They wore marrlfed in uptlll the wee sma'h'nurs. bridge ton years ago,,;' They; have a j At the supper covers were ln#d for fam'ly of ten, moat .of-^whornvwere thirty and the tables ware daintily present, also MJs� Margatot iPorter, arranged W'th chrysanthemums' and Sister of.Mr. Porter'ofBiiffalo, who. other flowoi's.. � . w-as present at theirwedding 50 The couple wore'the r(5,ciplents-of years ago. 'V , ^1 many^gltts. ^^^^^^^^^^^ : ~~'T �'� �'" - April there were 'll.S ship ways in the' cpuntry and there no'w are bijilt or building 710-ways, 'v^lth 06.per cent of them completed. A keel, he said, has been laid on evurjrcoiripietp w'tiys. .Mr. ifurley said plans for .erifolUnKJ 380,000 men In sliiiibtiJldirig 'arc well' under way and lie bellcvody-that two wooden sblp'p will be ,comi)lcted on each ways. / , Paris, Jan. ll.^Forty-million francs will be -spent by- the American Rod Cross in aiding Prpn�h civilians during the next five months. These esti; mates cover Immediate reciulrements already approved and are taken from the report of-the civilian department upiin^the work done up to December 31 and outlining plans for the future. The figures do- not include twelve million francsiised.for civilian aid up to the end of November. A report WhiphMaJbr Qrayson Murphy : Is taking to SVashlngtoil will show that 38,000 refugees brought by way . of Switzerland from northern Francq, are' now being cared'for each month. Flf-teon thousand'ofthese are homo'ess.-Thirteen thousand i-otuBee children HUGE AMPS FOR New York, Jan. 11.-Augustus Post, former president' of the Aero club of Amorfcu, *'ho rece'iitly has returned front Europe, predicted in an address here last ntghj/^ia't trans-Atlantic air flights were a possibility ^f _the near f uturOi^ � -i.- V, In Paris; hp said, ho. had seen an airplane 137 feet w-Ide, 20 feet high and 7ii feet long, with engines generating 900 horsepower and a lifting capacity of 0,000 pounds.. In Italy airpljiiiea are being built for engines Sevolopi^ig 2,-lop horsei^ower. The indchlnc^ are designed to.carry'SO passqngors'. There Is a riiiiior at Sherbrooke, Quebec, that the oversea soldier vole will reverse tho majority In favor of tho Liberal caivillii;jle, B\ "N, McCrba, at the reeent*eleetlou8._,^U Is said that, according to letttira received � from overseas th(j;. mlJliarj })allot9 will givo Davidson, tho Unlor, it candidate, " ., Toronto, Jan. 11.-In a cable,to the IVIalKand Empire from Paris, Llnpoln Eyre says: ' , , \ "A joint conference on peace termij^ I. have good reason ito believe Is soon to follow the enunciations by Wilson and Lioyd tieorgo. All Vhe allied gov arnm^rits would unite Injt, I "Such a declaration doubtless would bo given out from Paris. The French government has favored such a stop for several weeks, but, apparo^itly It 000. votes. In Uniu; Ist, cJi'Clos It Is .w.ia thought wisest to have proliiiilu also suld that the rUlfc gs oMJrome unt" b / stiituraontB froni London and Waah-.-..>,.............. ,,,. . ^jfon. Tho French, British and Ital- ian flremlers lire to debate the tjues tlQn ,liero, _,.�VlTH0UT RESERVE 50 ;