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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^MONDAY, JANUARY Jl.tniS ^^^^^^^^^ THE LrrHBTtfe/: DAILY IIRRALn page se>jp:n 5 PNUAL STOCK- Continues Every Day This Week M' [ANY NEW BARGAIN LOTS have been added' to these already announced, and women who have been unable to share in these exceptional savings will be repaid this week as never before in gaining most substantial savings on the very thirigj you will need for present and future use. . THE LADIES' STORE CLARKE'S 612 3RD AVE. SOUTH , ."Wien I iwas; Informed that the Bchool cadets were attendjns thin church today, "said Rev. C. E. Cragg, at 'Voaley'chinch yesterday, "I expected to see. parUaps thirty or thlrly-fIve l)bya, so yoU.m&y Imagine my agre-able surprise on- seeing this splendid iurnont which must number between luO and 20,0,cad.eta;.'V , ,,: vcv  �^Mr. Cragg took as liis text, the fourth chapter of Ephesians, thirteenth perfect man,' and dr.ew there from a V^rso, -. . . tin we all come unto a most Interesting-and vivid picture of the development of the Christian boy itjpng the lines laught by the cadet, and jiiout movemejita.\ � i'ln reality the cadet movement is a sort of branch of the scouts. Perhaps some of you do not know how the latter originated. It was in the South J^frlcan war th�t Baden PowoU first saw, th^t to jmprove the-general morale of the troops, It was necessary to first start training the boys. How he put \W Idea into force'and the wonderful success that his movement met wltli, is all known to you. "The two movataents I am referring to this .niorning have many great cs-s.entiala in common. First of all 1 think you are tuiight to bo prepared for air emergencies. This is a splendid thoug{\t and I would Impress the fact upon you that In no walk of life can you. make any great success unless you are prejxared, to, answer the call w}l0_n it Is 'put'iiptpyou.' Then the importance of clean speech and clean habits are impressed upon you. No lad will ever amount to much unless he regards tht'ae - jules. .The aim is to make the bby ol today the best possible man for tomorrow. As you nil kn6w truth Is thb foundation of all. manhood. \._en a boy stoops to-ly-lnff.and deceiving he has sunk to a pr/jtty low depth. Chivalry, kindness and honor play an infiportant role' In your; organisation'!) aims- and I rtrus^ th*t,.they will In your own lives. "In Concluding, I upward Jump virtually doubling th^^casualties of the preceding week. A w^ek ago the total was 18,998, includli;iK 3,945 officers and men killod, while* the total for the 1 preceding week was 9,951. mOUSTRAVEL Trains De Luxe in Eastern States Are Considerably \ Reduced New York, Jan. 14.-Two passenger trains between Buffalo and Weehaw ken, on thft West Shore Railroad, have been withdrawn. The readjustments, designed to meet war needs, also give the "Empire State Express" only one parlor car, iri~ each direction. No parlor cars will be used, on the neiaware and Huqson and Rutland lines between here and Montreal. Observation cars have been discon tinned, the announcement says, while club cars between New York and Toronto, on the "Canadian" and the "Beaver"; have been withdrawn. KILLED IN WRECK Houston, .Texas, Jan, 14.^Twelve to aevonteon persons, all white, were killed, and nine Injured, early today as the'.rcsuIt'Ot the dcraltmont.of, the northbound Houston and Texas Central passenger train � which left hejre for Dallas late Sunday. The accident occurred at Hammond switch, south of Dremond at 3:25 this morning. Two steel coaches directly behind the mafl car were crumbled Into shapeless masses of wreckage and it was the passengers aboai^ these who make up the'toll of casualties.- Rescuers worked In the dark with torches, placing the,nine reported Injured aboard an express oar, which was Immediately started tor Waco. t High Grdde Anterican Effident, fieille' THESE are the points InidoHtistr^l^on ^hlch we rest .our-rflputatioft ^iiflthr tlie public. And wb contend jpiit good 4�ntli!lry must combine all'; Sjtlll and Kood.materials arerof little!.avail when the patient Is .wrltn(nKtn^;ag6hy, In t^� chair, So we have made a lite> thwetore do wo|>roclBlm that- DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT Hr IS A GENTLE ART. uner, Richads|^ J^ebaQ LETHaftlDQE, AUICRTA CAjl,(9ARy 0FFICe^116>!^ KIOHTH AVINWK^B, 31.' S in the (Titv! (Tbutcbes Mrs. A, B. DMniop leaves tomdrrow for Victoria.  �  Mr. Peter Lund was in Cranbrook on business last �-. ,   Members of Dominion Robekah lodge do not require invltttlons tor the dance.. . , y� ' The Robekahs will mep.t tomorrow, night at 7:30 for sewing at the Red Cross roomsV    The History and Current Events section of the 'Mathcsls club will meet tomprrow afternoon with Mrs. Leech, 1111 6th Ave. 8. . whtl8t Goo. Campbell, brother of the g|:oom, acted as grPoms-raan. The ceremony was performed by Rev. B. Davldgc In the presence of Immediate relatives and friiepds. Miss Gladys Thomas presided ow the wedding muslc'^and during the signing of the register. ','A Perfect. Day" was sutig by Miss M. A. Anderson of Edmonton. After ^a sumptuous wedding dinner at whldH;-;the customary patriotic and social HpastB were tendered, the happy coupte lott for an extended tour through British Columbia and the coast resorts o( California. G. L. Kane loaves shortly for .Soapy Lake for medical treatment. Mr. Harpld Oirllng, of Vancouver, is on a trip to Lethbridge, * * * . Miss M*rgeTy Powell of Taber, was a week-end guest ot MIbh Mary Cor-dray, , ' Mr, and Mrs, S, .1. Shepherd and family have gone to Maple Creek on a brief visit  *  Mrs. I. C. Jones left today tor Wey-burn, %Bsk., to visit her daughter, Mrs, M. W. Allin. ' >   The music department of the Math-esis club moetsi tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at (lie home of Mrs, Stoltze. 1 .    ' The general meeting of the Major Jacjt Ross Chapter tO.D.E. took place Friday afternoon in the Y.M.C.A. with a good attendance. The usual business routine was gone through, Tlic wool committee's repoi-t was most sat isfactory, a good number of pairs of socks haying been knitted for soldiers and sailors overseas. Mrs. C. F. P, Conybeare and Afrs, Mitchell were the two convenors appointed for the tea at Klrkby'sfor the month. The nomination ot officers for the coming year took place, and it was arranged to hold a social ot cards and dancing,In the O. W. V. club rooms on Feb. 14lh. _ JTbe Majestic thfatre was again packed to the door on Saturday eveu Ing when the entertainment in support of the Halifax orphans fund was re peated. As a result of the two even Ings of entertainment a handsome sura was realized for the fund. The second evening's entertainment was fully as mijch enjoyed as the first, and the Sir Alexander Gait chapter of the I.O.D.E. are to be congratulated upon their enterprise and untiring efforts. During Saturday evening's performance, bou-qudls ot flowers; were presented to little Misses Eileen Waddlngton and Gwen BowmaUj whose dancing captivated the audience. Opposite for News to Your Advantage ^^tif Tiudsorfs Bay (Tompanu. Cars Cannot Park For, Lo,nger Than 30 Minutes on Cer-tain Streets , ll.S.AiASSADOR Exeitiiig Time' When Mob Starts In To bo Some Damage CITIZENStlGIIAU Lethbridge citizens through Mayor Hardle congratuj^ted 6rig,-General J. S. Stewart, D. S. p.,' on Saturday \ when the fpUowIng^'OBble was sent to him as la/tribute to^his-recont promotion: " �' ; "Lethbridge oitlze'iis'"highly appreciate the hoi^or yoh. have done Lethbridge by attaining high command! through native ability and hearty service to the Empire." tSigncd) . ' W, D. L, HARDlB, � Mayor. � . .St. Mary'*-Teachers' meeting Tuos day night 8.30 p.m; J. W, A, Wedne^. day, 4.15 p.m.; Parochial association; 8.30 p.m, 0. A. mooting thuradayi v8 p.m.; Vestry meeting 8.30 p.m.,'at.the home'of the Rev. A. E, Snow; J:W.A. meeting Fr^Jay 4.15 p,m,; Intercessibn service, 8'p.m.; choir practice,. 8.30 p.m, Saturday, Boys' club, 7.IS St. Augustln'^a-Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Boys' "'teen age" association; 8.30 S.Si: teachers' meeting. W^nesday, 8 p.ra,;' Intercession-service, ~'' . L.D.B^Reltet society meets -^l^h MrB.'-Ostlund Tuesday afternoon at 2.30, subject "genealogy," , > ' i Baptist-Tuesday evening tfie young women ot the church will meat to^^r-ganlse a Y.W.A, Wednesday niglit, Pjrayer meeting,. study of Ephesians, O'hursda/ afternoon.'' �t a,vo|c)OQk \tM Ladies' Aid'will meet In th^ church, Pr|day,;Red Cross sowing from 2 to S p.riC � , ' . Wasleyr-Monday, 7 p,m, the Qan^pr (Ire Olrls; will meet as a liody;, 7.30 the "teen age" boys, Wednesdayif3 p.m,, meeting of Ladies' Aid In cbur^j^ parlors;' 8 p,m, union prayer service, In United churc\i. North L.ethbrl4|t,\ Thursday, J8 p.m.; ^ohoir practice.^ i'  Christian Selaiie*' Sealaty^^^Qdnsii' day. 8 p.m., regular weekljr testimony meeting. Unlt�d~>Monday, S p.m., Chriatltm Endeavor. Tuesday, 7,30 p.m.. Mission Circle in the, church. .:Wedn��dfiy,(>^ p,m,v union prayef meeting, speaker, Reo. C, E, CrM8� B.'t)., of Wesley churoh,\,' ' ' Chrlatlan-Wednesday, 8 potii union prayer: meeting at tTnitedcllurqh, North ..Lethbridge. W� speolalljr urge sewing.A)*o Hinportant; that, amy ladyiot the ^hurch' be preiapt, St, Louis, Mo.,'Jan. 14.-Charles R. Crane, head of the American mission to Russia, in an address here yester-jday, told how .i^mbfissadpr Francis stood at the door of the' American embassy in Pelrograd, and with a revolver in his hand held'off a mob. Mr. Crane said that rt mob, bellov'-ing that a man named Muni (in reality "Moonoy, the San. Francisco dynamite suspect) was to be executed in this country-started for tho American embassy. ^ �'J'he Petrograd authorities warned Ambassador Francis by telephone that the mob was approaching. Quests begged the ambassador to flee with them, bt'it ho refused, said Mr. Crano. Mr.'-iFrancIs told a negro servant to get a revolver. With ' this weapon, the ambassador met the mob at the door. "Yout government is going to hang our leader, Muni, and we are going to clean out tho American embassy," said th^. leader. v-....... "No, you are not,", replied the am-f basaador. "This is American soil and I will kill the first'man who crosso the;line." , " Mr. Crane then said that thq mol dispersed. He. said he hoard the noise at the embassy, and arrived there just as tho crowd went away. 1 From the negro servant, Mr. Crane learned the details. . , OR. LEECH IN CHARGE Captain Dr, G. W. Leech this morning took charge: of, the medical board sitting here, Itikd will act as-president of the board in place of Cnpt, Dr. Bayfield who loaves on special duty among the lumber camps of B. C, where the military authorities are rounding;up those men who have escaped the net so far. Capt.' Leeah will have associated with him on the board "liere Doctors Connor.and Cragg. ! STEAMER ICE-BOUND " NO WORD RECEIVED Ottawa, Jan. 14.--li^o further word has been received at the marine department'with regard to tho steamer Gaspesian, which was reported on Jan-juary 10 as ice-bound about twenty Lmtles from the .city, of Qharlottetown:; Consideration of a new  hylaiv to regulate veh'lcuiar traffic on , the streets of the city was before tiie city council at its regular .Monday morning council meeting and _lhe net will liljply be "passed and put into force within a few days. Regulations will be made in the act respecting parking of motor cars on the business streets. At the present time it is the council's Intention to prohibit the parking of automobiles on Sth St, between lat and 5th Avenues, and on Srfl 'Av6. S.'! liet^een 5th and 7th streets, tor a longer pwiod than 30 minutes continuously, except during the months of November, December, January, February and Marcli, during- which winter months -it is thought such a regulation is unnoce'a-sary, the raotoraraftlc be'ng comparatively light; .This regulation tor the spring, summer and tall month^ -xvlll affect taxloabs, but it will not affect tha motors ot doctors who 'ar$ on prp-tessional business provided their cars are designated by a Rod Cross, TUie regulation is the. .same as asked tor by the . LetliTiridge .Automob.le Club except that they would have it apply, the year round; ' , The new bylaw will mako the speed limit 15 miles an hour except at street crossings. The plan has bean suggohtod to the Made in Canada. SOURMFOPLfi PAPB'S DIAPEP8IN" FIXES SOUR . QA88V,,UPSET/, STOMACHS , IN FIVE MINUTES, Children Found Body of Man With Throat Cut Prom If what you JUB^^ate, is.,souring on your stomach or It^'s ll)(e-A.i,)ump'of load) refusing to digest, or you belch gasand eructate sour, undigested food, or -have a feeling of flizzlnesB, heart> burn, fullness.' nausea, bajd taste iii mouth and stomach beadacfe, you can surely get relief In five minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show you the fcrmuja pjaluly.pointed.on.thesav; tDr^y-eent cases ot Pape's Diapepsln. then you will understand why dys-poptto troubles o|U�ll kinds must go, �nd why It relieves sour, out-of-order stomaohs or Indigestion In five min-tites. VRap�!a,Diapepsln" Is harmless; tastes llkef candy;; though each dose will digest and prepare for assimilation iintQ:nhe blood all'the food you eat; bftldes, It makes yQi| gp^.td" the table ;w((h as healthy appetite; but what will, piease you tniusl, is Ikiil you Important Auction Sale Next Wednesday, January 1 (iitK AT TWO O'CLOCK P.IVI. PF^MPT AT THE HAYR HARDWARE COMPANY , \ " FIFTH STREET SOUTH / .?( FRANK ' WAPDINGTON , � .V. ' 'i , will Sell by Public Auction and Without ReserveV/V . ;' v. . , � ' - " \ . ' . � � . ' '-''^'i-  'lb' � ..Granite ware;; copper bottom boilefp; tinware of Muvery das'! oriptlon; carpenter toolb, includuin planes, sawst b'raoo" and,lilts;: gas'stoves; building paper; tar paper and roofing: paper; long ' handled shovels;-, round nosed- Qp&des; digging spade^; Uoggingw chains; cieviaes;.- Whipple trees; Stephen's'paints in quarts and gallon cans, all color; :burn paints; - shingle stains; axle greuse;.v' 'lubricating oils; turpentine; nuts and bollS,in lots to\8UIt purchns-.. ors; builder's turnlBhings;- and un-lmn^onse ^mourtt-of�^smaller"' Items of generalutillty to farmers,' builders and contractors an*;' the general public. -..... . ) , . t .-.i;V t6r^f;1S CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHpNE8:770-46|^ V 'WADDINQTONSELUS WITHOUT RESERVE \ city council that intersection posts with dlrnction signs be placed at the principal street Intersections in the  down-town section. The Idea is to do awny with cutting .corners and also to prohibit turning about In the .street In the middle of a block. All turns will have to be made about the pro-po,'!ed intersection posts � which will provide the public 'with a niark to guide them and the' policemen with a mark to see that the turns are properly made, Surh intersection 'posts are in genferal use in IT. S. cities Of the size of Lethbridge, and are.a ,gr?at convenience in controlling the traffic. Off to the Fn , That's wher^e every real Canadian wants.'to be- 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 fqod for at the fronty for the man who does thihgs vvith hand' or jbraih. It is lOO' per cent, whole whea;t, nothing wastedj', no^i^ing thrown ^wgy.^ .Deliqibus \yith sliced bananas, stewed prunes or ,.i'?other fwts.' ......... A Blairmore, Jan. ia.-:A gtuesomo Sind was made'by.;a numVr of cbil-r�n in the vIcInUy of Coleman early tbtii weQk, when the Ifody ot a man with bis throat cut. from ear to oar and other signs ot. violehce was dls-oovaradV: The polleelXvare notified ai^d the-body was found tq'be that of fr^derlck Krish. wbd;j�ft.his home in Coleiiian Mveralwcieks ago, tatting......... . wUn him a razor andi.axe. The man's will fe�l;tbat.'j;pur stomach and ijites-disepneatanco did not "cause luucli tines ate clean: and fresh, and you will gUVm until about a weOkcUad passed, not neerf to rwort-to laxatives 91? liver when his absonco caused uneasiness ptus tor blllpusnfst or constipation. In the minds of relstjv'es, who bad be- . Th�P oUy, will have many ,"Pape'a guri"to believe that thia'ittan had'lakon Dlapepilil': cranks; as some people will means to end, his life, i^earch t'^r call them, but you will be enthualastif htmvww Ipstltujed.bttli after seyei'al about this 'splendid stomach prepara-day.i of unsuccessful.aftprllB ihe Quest tion, too, it y6u>ver take It fpr tndl> was^wpendef The'QQdv was'rehiov gcstlon, gasM,/heartburn, aouraesi, d to Colem�n, where ifiu Inquo'Jt was dyspepsia, or any stomach misery." y��ra if aga and liMv^a ^'wlto and -(stloa.m.tlr^^ninutei.^Aave^ | ft^^sral chiWren. I" ,4" i J20o"to'?Si'o^Vs"tcV'" *�""'>��' ^-'o � '"'��' Weighing.'^ . builfel^v^il'SZ'SyllSS'lA^ ^f'-f ' Team of Bay Jfioros, 7 and 8, weighing ii.OQO lbs. These'i^^^^^^^^ extra good pair of pares and well made for hard Vork! , . Team of sorrel.jnares,. 0 and 7 yeors'ol'd.i^iOO lbs ThesW are i ?8923979 83 ;