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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JANUARY 11, 1018 THE LETT I BP. m DAILY ITER ALD PACK SICV.EN CLARKE'S STOCK SAL Continues Every Day This Week ANY NEW BARGAIN LOTS have been added to these already announced, and women who have been unable to share in these exceptional sav- be repaid this week as never before in gaining most substantial savings on the very MILADI PHONE 1224 things, you will need for present and future use. THE LADIES' STORE CL I 612 3RD AVE. SOUTH Mrs. A. K. Dunlop leaves tomorrow for Victoria. Mr. Peter Lund was in C ran brook on business last Week. V * * Members of Dominion Itnbekah lodge do not require Invitations for the dunce. The Rcbekahs will me fit tomorrow, night at 7:30 tov sewing at the Red Cross rooms. The History and Current Event* section of tlie-Mathesls club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. Leech, 1111 6th Ave. S.  * * The past matrons and officers of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, O.E.S. will meet in the Masonic hall tomorrow night at 8 o'clock,sharp. r i C. L. Kane leaves shortly for Soapy Lake for medical treatment.    Mr. Harold Darling;, of Vancouver, is on a trip to Lethbrldge. 9 *  Miss Margery Powell of Tuber, was a week-end guest of Miss Mary Cor-dray. *  * L 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Shephord and family have gone to Maple Creek on a brief visit. *   Mrs, I. C. Jones left today for Wey-burn, Bask., to visit her daughter, Mrs. M. W. Allin. ' v * * The music department of the i\Iathesis club meetst tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the home ot Mrs. Stollze.   * The general meeting of the Major 1 Jack Ross Chapter 1.0.D.12. took place w _ ^ , .Friday afternoon in the Y.M.C.A. with Miss Sara Shepherd, of Calgary, a]a good attendance. The usual business routine was gone through. The wool committee's report was most satisfactory, a good number of pairs of socks having been knitted for soldiers and sailors overseas. Mrs. t;. F. p. -T---., r 3 New Opposite for L s to Your Advantage frequent visitor to Lethbrldge, has loft for Sarnia, Ont., where she will remain for some time with her sister, Mrs. Bently. hf Tiudsoa's Bat} dompaim. C A MPBELL-Uli % s TOX Hillcrest Farm. Queenstown, the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Durston, Conybeare and Mrs. Mitchell were the two convenors appointed for the tea at Klrkby's for the month. The nom- was the scene of a very pretty home | ination of officers for the coming yeai . ''When I was inIormed that the school cadets were attend; ug this chmvh today, "said Rev. C. 10. Cragg, a sort of branch of the scouts. Perhaps some of you do not know how the latter originated. It was in the South African war that Baden Powell first saw- Miat to Improve the general morale of the troops, it was necessary to first start training the boys. How he put this idea into force'and the wonderful success that his movement met with is all known to you. The two movements I am referring to this .morning have many great essentials in common. First of all 1 wedding at noon Thursday, January 10, when Margaret .lane, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Durston, was united in marriage to William D. Campbell of Vulcan. The bride was given away I The Majestic theatre at YT-'e.jley chinch y^tenlay, "I expect- UbJnk you are taught to be prepared ed to see parhaps thirty or thirty-five i for air emergencies. This is a beys, ao you may imagine my agre-able surprise on seeing this splendid iurnout which must number between 150 and 200 cade Hi."- L Mr. Oragg took iis his text, the fourth chapter of Kphesians, thirteenth perfect man,' and drew there from a verse, . . . till we all come unto a most Interesting- and vivid picture of the development of the Christian boy �ilong the lines taught by the cadet and �cotit movements. ^ 1 "In reality the cadet movement is splendid thought and I would impress the fact upon you that in no walk of life can you make any great success unless you are prepared to answer the call when it is 'put up to you.' Then the importance of clean speech and clean Trains De Luxe in Eastern States Are Considerably Reduced i New York, Jan. 14.-Two passenger trains between Buffalo and Weehaw-ken, on the West Shore Railroad, have been withdrawn. The readjustments, designed to meet habits arc impressed upon you. No } war needs, also give the "Empire Stato lad will ever amount to much unless j Express" only one parlor car in each by her father and was attended by Miss Eva Hall, whilst Geo. Campbell, brother of the groom, acted as groomsman. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. Davidge in the presence of immediate relatives and friends. Miss Gladys Thomas presided ov^r the wedding music and during the signing of the register, 4,A Perfect Day" was sung by Miss M. A. Anderson of Edmonton. After a sumptuous wedding dinner at whidh the customary patriotic and social toasts were tendered, the happy couple left for an extended tour through British Columbia and the coast resorts ot California. took place, and it was arranged to hold a social of cards and dancing in the G. W. V. club rooms on Feb. 14th. f was again packed to the door on Saturday even-iug when the entertainment in support of the Halifax orphans fund was repeated. As a result of the two evenings of entertainment a handsome sum was realized for the fund. The second evening's entertainment was fully as much enjoyed as the first, and the Sir Alexander Gait chapter of the I.O.D.12. are to be congratulated upon their enterprise and untiring efforts. During Saturday evening's performance, bouquets of flowers were presented to little Misses Eileen Waddlngton uud Gwen Bowman, whose dancing captivated the audience. Cars Cannot Park For Than 30 Minutes on tain Streets Longer Cer- bylaw lo | on the he regards these rules. The aim is direction. No parlor cars will be used to make the boy of today the best pos- \ on the Delaware and Hudson and Rut slble man for tomorrow. As you all know truth is the foundation of all manhood. \.~en a boy sloops to lying* and deceiving he has sunk to a pretty low depth. Chivalry, kindness and honor piay an important role in your organisation's aims and I trust Lhat they will in your own lives. "In 'concluding, I would ask you to never forget your duty to your God, your flag, and your fellow man." . land lines between here and Montreal. Observation cars have been discontinued, the announcement says, while club cars between New York and Toronto, on the "Canad'an" and the "Beaver" have been withdrawn. And She Got Well-H*r Nervousness Disappeared Flint, Mich,~"I keep house for my farnUy of six and got into a generally run-down condition. I was vscak, nervous and could not sleep, and had headache a good deal of the time. My doctor prescribed Vinol and it made me well and strong. I am a good deal less nervous and can sleep nights."-Clara Smith, 12x3 W. 4th Ave., Flint, Mich. V/e sell Vino! on a positive guarantee to make nervous, weak,, rundown women well and strong or return their money. Try it anyway. J. D. HIGJNBOTHAM & CO., LTD. ' Druggists, Lethbrldge. Also at the best druggists In all Alberta towns. WAN INCREASE London, Jan. 14.-British casualties reported during the week ending today totalled $24,979 officers and men, divided as follows: Killed or died ot wounds, officers 117; men 5,149. Wounded or missing, officers 304; men 19,409. Casualties in the British army reported for the week ended today exceed by almost six thousand.the total reported in the previous week, when the figures took an-upward jump virtually doubling the casualties of the preceding week. A week ago the total was 18,998, including 3,945 officers and men killed, while the total for the proceding week was 9,951. BELIEVE 17 A CITIZENS CONGRATULATE Lethbrldge citizens through Mayor Consideration of a new regulate vehicular traffic streets of the city was before the city council at its regular Monday morning council meeting and the act will likely be passed and put into force within j a few days. Regulations will be made i in the act respecting parking of motor cars on the business streets. At the present time it is the council's inten-1 tion to prohibit the parking of auto-[ mobiles on nth St. between 1st and 5th * Avenues, and on Urn" Ave. S. between j 5th and 7th streets, for a longer period | than 30 minutes continuously, except | during the months of November, December.. January, February and March, during' which winter months it. is thought such a regulation is unnecessary, the motor traffic be'ng eomparn- city council that intersection posts willi direct ion signs be placed at the principal street Intersections in the dnwn-tuwn section. The idea is \.o do away with cutting corners and also to prohibit turning about In the street in (he middle of n block. Ail turns will havp to be made about the proposed intersection posts which will providp the public with a mark to guide them and the policemen with a mark to see that the turns are properly made. Surh intersection posts are hi general use in I'. S. cities of the size of Lethbrldge and are a great convenience in controlling the traffic. Off to That's where Canadian r _ the Front! real be- every wants ' to right at the front-whether in war or in business. Getting to the front is a question of proper food. ' Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the food for the man at the front, for the man who does things It lHardle congratulated Brig.-Generai J. lhlly I!ght- Tlm *e*x\ atl0n o:' 1Y; S. Stewart, D. � O., on Saturday 'inf  ��nimer and all mouths will .when the following cable was sent to f"ect ilXU'aliS\ h?1 U aUci-t .him as a/tribute to hls-recont promot-: lrhe .mot?rf of. dor-lors *:\T/T ?u pro_ jon; jfessional business provided their cir.s with hand or brain. 100 per cent, whole wheat, nothin g wasted, nothing thrown away. Delicious with sliced bananas, stewed prunes or other fruits. Houston, Texas, Jan. 14.*-Twelve to seventeen persons, all white, "were killed, and nine injured, early today as the'result of the derailment of the northbound Houston and Texas Central passenger train which left here for Dallas late Sunday. The accident occurred at Hammond switch, Bouth of Bremond at 3:25 this morning. Two steel coaches directly behind the mail cor were crumbled into shapeless masses of wreckage and it was the passengers aboard these who make up the toll of casualties. Rescuers worked in the dark with torches, placing the nine reported injured aboard an express car, which was immediately smarted for Waco. Exciting Time When Mob Starts In To t)o Some i Damage "Lethbrldge citizens highly appreciate the honor you have done Lethbrldge by attaining high command through native ability and hearty service to the Empire." CSigned) W. D. L. HARDIES, v- Mayor. St. Louis, Mo.. Jan. 14.-Charles R. 1 Crane, head of the American mission , to Russia, in an address here yester-1 day, told how ambassador Francis | stood at the door of the American em* 1 . bassy in Petrograd, and with a revol- j ' ver in his hand held off a mob. I Mr. Crane said that a mob, believing that a man named Muni (in reality'Mooney, the San Francisco dyna- i sitting here, aqd will act as president mite suspect) was to be executed in J of the board in place of Capt. Dr. Bay- OR. LEECH IN CHARGE OF MEDICAL BOARD Captain Dr. G. W. Leech this morning took charge of the medical board are designated by a Red Cross. TJhe regulation is the same as asked for by the . Lethbridge Automob.'le Club except that they would havs it apply the year round. The new bylaw will make the speed limit 35 miles an hour except at street crossings. The plan ha? been .suggested to the Made in Canada. j - L I "1 Audi High Grade American r Dentistry Si I t in the 0 head of mares and geldings, to 1500 lbs. each. from 3' to S years, weighing fn Team of black mnres, 6 and 7 year built and well made for any kind of work. weighing 2500- Iba., blocky Team of Bay Mares, 7 and 8, weighing 3,000 lbs. These are an extra good pair of mares and well made for hard work. Team of sorrel,mares, G and 7 year? old, 2400 lbs. These are a very handy team, suitable for any job, They are an extra good pair'of workers. ( All �well in Several other teams and single mares and .geldings. Do not fail to see these as thny are for sale and no reasonable offer will be refusod for one or more of them. mares are bred to a Percheron horse and nearly all showing foai. PALACE LIVERY BARN - 4 1 ? 3QS SECOND AVE. SOUTH / 151 ;