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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1917 IUILY PAGE SI5VEN Rumtmage Sale Otoitinues All lihis Week Ol1 tlH! has bwu crowded .been cleaned of we will liaye a olfei'liiKK, Ayhicli first onefe r Tuesd WB think lie here early Tuesday ace I'm1 erwear ins.. Hire l> a Ijtlle tip on the underwear situation. We have had the. prlvlleje of the lines (or next winter, and tjnd Ihcm ad- vsnced from 40 It if) t Tjie lines we have on' tale are less lhan'toiay's VESTS (fleeced lined) at.lJc.-. RIBBED VESTS at 2Sc., and ?Jc' are worth easily 60c and 75c, WOOL.'.." VESTS on. M.le at 79e and J1.25 are worlll and A TO THE WISE'.-BUY NEXT; WINTER'S UNDEHWEAR NOW. 'The same thing 'applies to the per cent, advance Is nothing, In some We-'would advise' 'yell to buy ALL YOU CAN USE of the! lines we have- on sale.' WORSTED ANO CASHMERE HOSE at 59c are worlh 90c, CASH plain or ribbed at 35c Is worth 6Qc. FLEECED LINED ai 25c Is worth 40c, Ctirtiforters Last lime to buy FLANNELETTE BLANKETS for a pair. A real good WHITE WOOL BLANKET at Also a few greye at this price. .Twelve only COMFORTERS, 72x72 at Are excep- tions! value. Look these over. Batting alone would cost 11.03. SERGE SKIRTS at Never were cheaper. Added to this we give you your choice of six corduroy skirts and a few silk ones, worth up to' at the same Any SILK DHESS In the store at Is soms- worth while. .Whlle'any serge including Blllle Burke at Is a real bargain.- Dresses Corset rains. The NEMO. Corcet people'allows us to cut prices on a few numbers'- each year. The .following lintt are now selling at J2.95, 349, 327> 356, 354, 303. These Nemos ire now Styles No. 561, 562.' Would You Like One of These Articles Try yourjudgment in the "Copper Contest IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE'C'ONDITIONS.. IN THE "COPPER: CONTEST" HERE THEY ARE IN A NUT- WITH EACH SALE WE GIVE .YOU JAJ-COUPON, UPON WHICH YOU YOUR .ESTIMATE AS TO ;HOW MANY COPPERS THERE ARE; DISPLAYED IN OUR BIG SHOW WIN- DQW-. TO THE NEAREST TEN EBTInV ATEBiiWE .GIVE AWAY FREE THE' ARTICLES lIlSTED IN THIS Ladies' 135.00' Serfle Suit. Hall Dorchert DreSimaklng- Form.' Embroidered'Japanese Klmons Cut Glass Water Bottle or Pitcher. of Fancy Georgette. Cut Glass Berry Bowl. Seal Leather.Hand Bag. Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Set.: Pair Glove Silk Pair Best Sale Continu- es All This Week Conducting A Real Sale Mr.'and .Mrs. Mlchacli loll to- to Bjieiid u moiitli ut Lloitoii, Kau. liofpltal 'staff, IB il'lliB for' o 'couple or weeks at Creek K'eho. t Mrs. J. W, nalilry of llunlnty, Alia., vlalllng lier cousin, Mre, William eary, 7tli Street. Tlio regular mecthiR ol tile niuslc i.Tucaday, Jan. 1G, at eiceJlPJicy- ilie nucheae of ovoiislilrc HDB gradoiiHly fmiEcnlcd honorary (irc'l'lpnt of Iho iVu- cn'K- Ail of Canada, JH act" qf li. It. H. Uio Lluclicss pt Cou- lio J-ady. Violet Henderson atfCciHsyi bflice of pre-iMcrtt or ho Ottawa branch' o( tlie associatio ''I, V'.'' Mr, HelgGreoR ol I'ciin. N.D., Iti n few In (liG city. .Mr. If. .V. frej- biiil family of Jlnr- nns Icayo toflay tngton, where tlieySvlll UU-CQ llrs, 1'. J. Kenny otmountea lho i ot her tlauEliler, Heul llfldredj (o Mr. f-'arl Orant ('lark, KOJI ol Mra. .lames Clark ol Clarcsholni. Tim marriage la to takn place shortly, Jf. Qllliln left loday tor Uadcn, Indiana, where alia will Eiicnd Ihc balance, of Ihn al LUc Hot Springs. Tlio Ll.slory Mi current cvenlE sec- tion of tho Malhcsls Club will meet at tlic homo or lira. KMicr, J217 Avenue Sonlh, on Tuesday aftcrnuon at 3 o'clock, Gai'raU'or Kdmoiitou, who as bopji a-jjuc-Blat tbe home" of his aft, Finncmoroj left! oday ;for his h'p'rae accompanied IJy'lo Busk., owing to Ihe 111- lr; Fliinernorc 'nnd Illtlo MIHS Mnr-; ness of tita Vila; who Is visillne llr. 3. M. Tlionias-lias been LAST DAY Of; Our Big January CLEARANCE SALE TO-MORROW SEE PAGE 6 Flnrieriiojcv who will VIslL rela-i ve.fi tor a' couple of weeks, i condition DR. BRUCE'S REPORT G. IN FILING 6M, Jan. controversy YCT, Colonel Herbert llruco's report 5 more 'than a case of doctors dlsa- Teclrig, U Is llio syimilom of a very .ravo'disorder al overseas headquar- ere In It Indicates (hat the Overseas Minister of .Mililia, Sir 3eofge Pertoy, Is not going lo make ny changes Cor Ihc bettor and for P. very Blninle Jto can't, loving'.lieen slarLed wrong, things must corfllnuu wrong to the cud of the i Sending Colonel Herbert Ilruco over o report on the Canadian medical sit- uation" In. England' was perhaps (lie test', thing Sir Sam Hughes did. At he, time he did-it surprise was cx- jresBecl Inat ho should auv did he do H? To icad oft the possible- disclosures of Ilia.Auditor tJenoral, who marte a trip to England, just about thai time? Or to embarrass the Bprden Gov- mont, whoso midst, as tie coulil fuel in his bones, he very soon (o [cave? dispassionate observers Col. UrucQ's. mission .to the truth and shame Ihc devil lookecr like (lie tfawri Tho o Canadian 'nillllary af fairs "-in.; England hud iiot "been allo'wfidUo, lcak_out. Con- sequently' Colonel Druce's errand to lift Ihc lid rroui yari of it loefc shape hat Colonel Hc'rterV Bruce -knows lltle'or" nothing aljou't hospital orpani- iaLionx In viojv fact, tliat Colonel Bruce? lias bc'Dii connected with he Toronto General. -Hospital for nventr-flro ftiiiris ripw the man- ager bl the largest jirl- vato liospllal ID Canada, the .Baltic statement IE laudable. The liead.'of tlie cojnnilsslon, hy.'ihu way, ias not attended a patient hi twenty, five years. Oirluo other Col- onel "rintcc Itas probably Dot missed a day in the Bame.period ivlien uc. dl'l not perform a' malor; operation on some patient or olher. Coloilel Druce's (jualificallons in regard to'knowledge and experience arc unexceptional. USe standing as n. sureeoa with one of (lift most lu lvq pracllcea In Canada a olhing to consider hut lite reputation for correct" diagnoses, makes It inqral: ly certain llio'L Colonel Urnco liiul no object, but the .truth in view he made his. Calfiary, Jau, appellate di- vision oE the supreme con it haa un- licM the Judgmeul of Lordship Chief Justice .Ilarvoy in the Grace VG Konbltr ot. al action. A-dissenting Juilgment was delivered by Jtto I-ordaliiu .Mr. .Justice Me Carthv, but Ihelr Lordships Mr. Jus tlce'ScoU, Mr. Juslico 'Stuart anil-Mr Justice Reck coucurred. Thla was an acUon In A..AL fjrace hucd Mf A.-KeuUer and Cnrl Druner for 517, tfOO, hoing (ho balance dim i ngreoiUDJit for, :i sale of; land. The. entire nialler was a relic of the frenzied', of Joliri. tirecker, ofTglnaiiy RoJrf iarid ivest of tilt1 city to Ilie defendants lo the jircscnt aclion. Sleinlireckcr a'qTil liis Lv In .the of Lo A: Grnec, who1 In's-ln- he "nlacujg" caveat agalnsl'the lii'nd, lIowcvDr, li hcglectcd'to' riotlij' The does nnt oi-llio caveat. which'iicgletL ctntp. held "1o :h'e-frUnl liv the chief iu Brii; to coniniVenc Colonel e's stale' riicnl that" the Canartlau hospitals Kngtancl are better .'jospitals ihon (lie KHglish ones. Its puly answer to Lhia is Ilijit the service in Canadian hos- pitals costs twice as much per day per lialiCDt as it docs In the English hospi- tals. Friends of the wounded sol- diers wiU ask what fciml of answer is as'a nine" days' wonder.-" The only- ex- planation s'eerncd' to. lieiUi'at-Sif .Snmlthis? ,Why shoiihln't jnoved'in a mybibrious .way" and', that tvvlcu.as .r.'g made nil his mind that lie was St. Andrew's wilt meet in the parson- IWtlo class, Thursday at S p.m., choir and To night. 'Christian Endeavor, 6( St. An- TojjJc, medical mlssIoDg, Tuesday at 8 YOIIHE People's Bltlc or Westminster" ex- mbmljers" are asfccd (o meet at Ihc Li nomc or Mr. 1117 Eth Avcnuo St. Cyprlan's-Tonight at.3 o clock, buslniraa'.and socinl .collectors .for syBteniallc 1 agc.. ptist-rA'meetinE bt the. church-and couKTCKallon. vil! held on.TueEtlay artornopi] ht 3 o'clock In the cliurcb. All "women Jnleresled HFC lifEed be "present, at 3 pmyer HerVlcc. Friday ut S p.m., choir practice! Wei at in the clmrch, an iUuslraled "evening on tho life and adventures ot Dr-.Thoma? Croaljy, missionary to Hie savage tribes'of coast. Thursday .it S p.m., clioir practice. Friday at 3 p.m., Sunday school eiccullva r-icel lu the church pnrlor. g to C al homc A' P-m- ?achem meeting IS hit St. August ill's hall.', .Wednesday al M'.' i Afternoon from 2 t'lbtui are aalied to meet for Cth' Avenue hl lho A" at 5 p.m., at anniial conErcEallpiiiil Tncet-j followed, by Ine oC SI. Andrew's refresh- eholr Eienls wlll'hB served. Wednesday Latter Day al 2.30 S of Woslmlnaler Sun-! Ihe Indles'qt the Hello! iioclety meet flrty to meet, at at.tlia home of Mrs. n. C. Hnrvey, 631 home o7 Mr. JJruce, J2th Slrcet 11 Bt1i Street. Subjects: genealogy; con- Important business meeting, dueled by Mrs. Juno Snillb, and Utcm- Thursday al 8 board of ture, by Mrs. J. Oatlund. uior meet parsonage., A at 8 impo'TtATiL'mceiirig and every 'nscmher" of trie Christian Endea- Is.R3kcil.to bepreacnl In represent Ms Ivor ttt the hoina of WMUnkor; of her departmoril. The report ot flli Street- Wcifn'esday ,al S p.m., insurarice adjastmcnt will be given nhd urayer meeting tallowed.'by hustness plans for lha fuLurc discussed, Friday meeting of lho offlcerg of'the church. at 4.15, Junior choir practice- Monday aflernoon Ihc p.m., aenloivcholr of both 'congrega-sladtea of the cliurcli sew at the.lied Ubns, practice'. At 7.45, the scEsIon ot Croas. rooms. Wednesday at 3 iractice. at fi ]t. csllmoiiy meeting. Al Pentecostal Mission ay, 8 -p. m., Special Wailing'upon lad-for the Dajillsin of Ghasl. A hearty welcome all. ,St at 8 p. m., sachcrs' nicellng in Augdstln's all. Wednesday at Junior Aus- liary; S.30 parochial 'hursilay at S "p.m., Girls' Auilllnry meeting In parish liall; R p. m., vestry K in Friday, S p.m., JBH ercessional service, S.30 choir prac" ice. St. at S n. eachcrs' meeting in St. Auguslln's tall.. S p.m., inlercesr aional service, 8.30 boys .4 years and over at the-rtclory; choir practice. Tliursday 7.30 p.m.; inly comniunlon.- Friday, 4.15, Junior W.-'A. Monday, Jan. 25, vestry meet- at g p.m. hu hifh purity which is backed by guarantee. If sotphas no sundwd iherfl no ret son why it should alwtys of .uniform quality, always contain the best materials or be anything like as good the wifft a aundard. going to ciuil, he on leaving his ;colleagucs to think about.- i In 'other words, Sir 3am reckoned tlifit l.he Bruce rnnort. wbuJd keep Tie koewrprclty-.well, of course, what the 13nice ijej bccausu lio knew1 that CoJunol a truthful niau and n great purge on, would lake .no chances with is "reputation by handing nut a pail f whitewash. Doubtless Sir Sara knew Iso just rotten tilings" were anil rotten' Colonel Ilnicb would find i Drr.cc broijght In the reporl liat was eipcclcd. H may be said of Colonel Bnicc's report that Ihc half get into, the nuwsiiapera. t Euuniitled lo tho editors Incon- itlenc'e, and onlj" certain furls at it The The har'gcs'that were mada public nere uHicicntly grave. They wcro to iHcct thrvt the boa pita 1 organixation vas bad, lhat it ncedeil renovating rpra top to Ijottonij nnd lhat the meili- sen-jcc was cumbered wllh alco- nnd dope llcntls. The report 'ere" released for p'uliUcatloti. worst of H has liever DCCD told.. DEATH OF D. HJAY Tim death of Daniel' L citizen of Lclhbridge for Ihe., past ;even ycnrs, look plnce last' evening ftl Mis residence, 1261 4th Avc.'south at the age of 60 years. Tho funeral wilt be held Tuesday afternoon from tho residence at 2.30 Uov Chas. Raker otflclatlng: By wish of Lho deceased U U requested, tliat no floral trilmlDS be sent. Mr. Wny was horn -nt Ho In 1S4S. WiHo a young i a larec Iron" on nirts, Mich. Afler lila _ marriage he look up fnvming. a In JSS6 ho entered nt was In charge ot smeller at ElK's _ Clarence, OnL the butcher Ont., where he lived until tie rhovet to LcthbKdge nbbut seven years fl The deceased Is eurvlvcd by Way and eleven children, 10 of whlcl are at present in r.cthltrldffo, Th children arc llorberT Wllllani, or.Sft kalnon, Mrs. Johu-Frilh; o( Cr.tric Saak., onto, Mrfl-- niabbr, Carinluff Roht, Allison, Suffield Mrs. John McUdnald, Vftncou verr JTrs.'Jas'. Now Gordon Daniel Way, loonT Mra. Ilarlcy McKlrca, Mitchell 3. D., Mre. .M, J. Gibson, f and llnsscll J. Uthhrldgc, IEO I eesregation.or Cnn.i- ,lho cost be _. ._ the serrico ts Ir fourilines IIQII In Canaditu hospitals. fhiSj 'last, perliaps, was the sorest point of all. The3 answer to Colonel Tlnicc's charges and recommendations Is the v'le report, which was brought In a ha rid- picfc or! ronmiisslon selected by Sir CJcorgo I'crley. Tbc llapttc re- rorl.dccs not deny Colonel Unice's itatcmcnl thai (liorc were alcoholics and done fiends In charge of Ihe lives of Caundian soldiers, but il bjects tlint Colonel Ilruco should have ilflod lhat the Army "ilcdlcal Corps yvaS no worse In lliis respect tlian cer- iln.ollicr branches of the service and lfo-'that credit shouUl hnvc been jiyen Ihe cfricicnl meinbcrs of the staff. Which la lo say that Colonel fJrucc's Job shoulil have hccn lo out the spots ami pasa over the itfid once, and hanilr complinicms stead ,of slnttng the fads. This Is thc.typical Sir Qeorfic I'crley altitude all Is rlghl aa right can be- SAC! tliqt'.-bo disturblDS cliangcs shall ho made.. This fine Job of whitewashing is the first" specimen of toe overseas Minister of Mllilla's traditional Horden policy, of letting well enough nlone, wilb the prospect llial !l will speedily get worse. Tfco talk Is, loo, tliat Sir George Perley, who hasn't much color of hia own, liaa-lakcn color from hU environment and. Is at this ni'omeiii a more llritlsh Oi.an he Is Canadi.'vn, Thtsi howaver.-is'only r'ca sorfnhln in a naluralizej Canadian wfls bo'rri In the United' Stales.- The riapllo resort Also Inlimalcs nothing- is-too good-for oitr.'' doesn't stick at a of three shillinga'n day. Colonel- -BrucbVrcporled lh.it Cana- jltan soidlers shoulil lie segregated'In throe good rcti- they" were aniong (heir own I hoy had doctors there ,who uridcrsland he- cause they did belter and more rapidly In Hie homelike Canadian aliuo3phcro. This segregation idea was'no.douhl the causr; of Colonel Rruce's getting lilniEclt disliked Jiy the Tory Kngland, who are opposeji.io segregation, because it de- prives., them pt .thci cliaucc to make couverrs. of tlic. Canadian soldiers when they arc in stale of mind and body, and- send- ns bacfc Round Talilc fnjyenaliats Instead of the'good Canadians we S'OTL This Is not a1 square love the British Em- pire enuufili to flglit nnd die for it but wo love Canada, loo, and would like to have ii [cur Canadinns left after this creel ovcr. Thc'fale "of Colonel Bruce's reimrt logctber with the facl that his ot Inspector General has been abolisli- ed, shows Sir I'crlcy, Overseas Minister ot Militia, is prepar- ed lo hanillo "any good Canadian who comes over there wilh the Jdpn telling Lhc Lriith, the whole trulb and nolhing hul Ihc LruUi. Tho whole tnilh? Great licavens, not even half rnlhs" nro allowed, H isn't done, you know. It 1C were, there would bo some startling revclnfIons as to (lie niinitter of sufiernuniem'ry colonels nnd other officers now lo'nling BTQUD'! KngbnO or mating occasional excursions (o [lie they have nothing lo u. Hiimbr Imd.iL'ltint theso colonels i vtiTfi to La givtii Hie option of bocoirj- HE llciitcnnms" to., figln, or ;olng borne lo Canada' and taking olf tho khaki. This was n false alarm. Those who want stay In England will be allowed lo stay ns usual. Those who .want to BO lionic- will be allowed to Eo.home, bul they will nol lie asked LO rosifln either llicir pay or Iheir khaki. "Unrtcr, this heading come Ihe colonels who arc now on (heir way homo "on le.ivo1' lor Ibo hy Lhe.chlcf Justice 'unJ lila.'firti'ieal from tJifs-VleclsIun'J now beeif.dismissed. v. The sourco" or ail-llie irotiblc ap- pears lo have Lad: raqmory or oad iiitenlloiJ-i of collected the amount duo' iinilnr agreement from the dcCend- auL'! ond failed lo pay II lo Mr. OracL-. Chief Justice Harvey in his juilpucnt aald that" he hjiil no'doubts of Uic dis- honesty -of Steinbrecker in Ilie inat- WHAT CANADA MAS DONE By C. W. Klloi, Presldout tiuierilui of Tlic have madn hrcR hnijortanl. ounirilmltouK to noral infitieiiccs of the great war in line lo come, Tliey have demon- strated: That a free nnd 'vigorous iieonlp, given 10 uoIJi and nianii- which lias never nialntoln- oil ii of amis or u urorw- Eional army, oti (levcloj; hi sit months 10 a, yenr a dcmoci-atic army of high martial spirit and great, effici- ency. Thai love ol1, fffce Institutions and vo of douulrjr are motives enough lo' induce Ihc of a free lo rcJin'jnisH temporarily usual liberty o[ trio individual and sonic precious public litjcrlles, in or- der that the yiate may conduct n Just aoil war with the most energy. Tliat Canada is taking, and is ill take, her full share In unifying end conBollditinE the worM-wido British Commo'nwcaltli, and In putting' It ro- fiolylely on Ihc path' of sober demo- cratic progress. BUYS LAND IN SASKATCHEWAN JRH. live .iviiolesale ioclellea oC Munches- !erT.-KneJanrt, and-'Scot la nil, liavc acres at Hnghton, ZT.-ifiiles south pf'lloselowii, Sask., oil Lafte'lihe'of tho C.P.H. All .acres. i3 uudcV ciiltiyailpn, and -iuis.-ihe off direct to ijio cojjipapya' Britain, It was Ijoughl frpu] npatiy, and wrecked: Caiiadiiin THEY. GIVE NOTICE Jan, gr In to liar's Gazette iliat aplili- cation will'be tic comiug'scE- sion of yarl'anient'.for- to iii corporal e "the Cas'cndc Scenic Rail built aL Danlf. _ TO VISIT VERDUM T Paris, Jan. rie has been chosen to reorcsent'Oah' ,da !n a visit paid Id Vcruun by UtfoV ty Britisli officers under eusiyc- es pr Ibo French aiilborUles'lo sliiily, military acliievements o[ itio Frejic.li" nnd causes of her brilliant 'qf-'llic compaii Vla_UfV ero ivl' Th'o tolal.loss, II VTIS PariaAinn. b'eeii compiled7Itirpughput cen- .res -in'Erjglantl far acllvo LQiff.u1accd.br until who-bavc teen inti DEWEY IS DYIKG Washington. Jan. miral Dewey is'dying al his homo here. Lslti this afternoon lie wns unconscious and his physicians said his chances for living 36 hoars were remote- A general breakdown nrlcrlal sclerosis is Ihc cause. A rndlansipr the Indians of Uic" Bqtll nds :belpng to Saskatchewan, TSTEAMER. SINKS j'-Jiin. Lloyds, announced tho Eleaniship jMinnesolu sunK while" aV.doclr.'nfter Prince 'Jan. lion mculnry scaslpli.. II. F. Anna PavToWi. trift' great Russian dtncer at the Orpheum Ihtt week THE STOREor BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARS TO THE DOOR PHONE 789. THE BIG "JANUARY CLEAR- ING SALE NOW IN FULL SWING. GET YOUR SHARE OF THE BARGAINS. Waddington's Auction Rooms IMPORTANT Of Househo Id Wed. Next, FRANK. IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTTqNS'VROM THE-foWNER- TO OWNER TO SELL BY PUBLIC: AUCTION. AS A.'QUAN- SUPEniOR ing room sullo in fumed oafc chairs; sanitary lounge; rarpct apTlngs two oak tino Illinry mnnogany maliosany chirfionicr; linolvuma; child's, cot and vytcjjDr chfllra; three sectional lioofccasM; tbrrip-raloi liiclurca; (ilshcj; kllcticii cahlnet; Ktownrl ranen and. many., njhcr Itcnig; .-.v All, thede are in A condition and thi.s sale presents an excellent opportunity tO'particfi furnishing ifiomea- TERMS CASH. .NO ;