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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHAU) PAGE FIVE i 1 Fairbanks, Alaska, Jnn. 15.-Several now largo Arctic Island* wore discovered northwest of Banks Land la the spring of 1916 by V. StefatiHHon, the Arctic oxplorer, according to Captain A. Lane, who arrived bore laut. night from the Arctic Ocean, bringing direct uowh from the explorer, who, he says, is spending tho 1917-1018 winter in the northern hqah at Bnrtel Island, The explorer claimed the new lands for Canada. A Large New Continent Tho Islands, it i3 believed hero, evi- dently lie near a largo continent the explorer discovered northwest of Prince Patrick Island in 1914. Bankw bund 'and Price Patrick Island lie near each other In tho western Arctic and northwest of them le a large Htretch of frozen waste heretofore unexplored, i The explorer, Captain Lane wild, was preparing to make a 300 mile dash over the ice north and west at the west Canadian Arctic coaHt during the summer of 1918, in search of more new land, Stefaneson, he Haid, intenda to leave his present base in April and hopes to. roach Wrangel liland, off the northern Siberian coast, in July or August, lie will spend tho 1918-19 winter on the island and end hla exploration by Hailing through the Bearing Straits to Nome, Alaska, In 1919. GILLETJS LYE CANADA i BRITISH DID N RETREAT. Sore Bonar Law Presents Report on Charges Re Cambrai Offensive A huge sore-very deep-full of foul discharge. Agony all day, no rest at night. Then just a few drops of the gontle, cooling liquid, D.D.P. Irritation and pain gone. S.wcet, refreshing sleep at night. In due time, complete cure. \\ innipeg, Jan. 15.-A move for the impeachment of Judge Curran may be started on Thursday next at a special moettag of the sub-executive of the provincial W.C.T.U., according to Mrs. O. M. Oakes, the president. It is said that a large number of tho women arc Wo guarantc D.D.D, J. D. Higinboth-j iildifcrjiant over ihe conduct of, and sou- am & Co,, Ltd., drguglsts.*-Advert. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our -way around tho country as well as you know tho way from your office to your homo. Try us. PHONE 1206 COAL FOR SALE By Carload Only DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1809 COYOTES WANTED Win pay from $6,00 to $9.00 for Good Hides. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank ' Office Phone* 799 Residence Phone 326 DRAYING Phone* 1345 or 13M Turner Witchell 3fficc �t K*nn*dy'� 410 13th CoalC Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D.. C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT^ SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. and 2nd St. East, Calgary-. OlfJce Phone Residence Phone M-2C77 ' Interne and Ha.ise Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York �ity. 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 AUCTION EERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley and L. 1. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and will conduct riales anywhere in the province. The best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale .dates, phone 1053 or 20r> Rural. Yours for business. LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. tencc, In a recent assault case, when Ralph Clooilrigo, a country school toacher, was sentenced by Judge Curran to six months in the common jail. The charge against Good-ridge was of having had carnal knowledge of a twelve-year-old girl. The jury found Goodridge guilty of common assault only. "The feeling amongst the women of the province is," said Mrs, Oakes, "that not only did Judge Curran show a laxncBs in the conduct of this case, but that the same thing has been apparent in other cases along similar lines conducted before this judge." I Dt/^ytTmand King, New yj^m WOMAN EVERY MOTHER EVERY DAUGHTER NEEDS IRjON Iat.times^ * 1___ J To put strength intoTier~riervea and colorJnto he* cheeky Loudon, Jan. ir>.-Andrew Bonar Law, chancellor of the exchequer, announced in the house of eomnjons today that as a result of Field Marshal Haig's inquiry, tho general staff, war cabinet and the government considered that the British higher army command had not been surprised by the German attack in the Cambrai region November SO and that all proper and adequate dispositions had been made to meet it. British troops under General Sir Julian Hyng, commander of the Third Army in France, by employing a large number of tanks and without the customary artillery action, took tho Germans by surprise in the area went of Cambrai and penetrated the German lines for a distance of six miles. Nine days later the Germans made a determined attack on the new British salient and forced back General Byng's troops for a distance of about 2 miles, capturing Bourlon Wood and the towns of Anneux, Marcoing and Cantaing. The Germans also advanced through Gonnelieu to Gouzcacourt but later the British counter-attacked and retook Gouzeacourt and La Vacquerie. The.chancellor said it was not necessary to dispel the rumor that Field was be.'ng relieved of Malcolm McLeod Will Become Actual Head of C.N-R. Lines in Canada Winnipeg ( Jan. 17.-The Ottawa correspondent of the Manitoba Free Preas wires today thai [). B. Manna, at present vice-president of the Canadian Northern railway, is to become the executive head of Canadian government lines, and that A. R. Warren, at present assistant to the general manager of the Canadian Northern railway, will be chosen as deputy minister of railways. M. II. MacLeod, tho correspondent aays, at present general manager of tho Canadian Northern railway with offices at Winnipeg, will become the actual head of the Canadian Northern lines under federal control. A number of other changes, aft'ectfng other officials of the same road, also arc forecasted, aays the correspondent. Marshal his co Hill Haig iand. P. Then can' bo no bcauti-j ( u 1, healthy, rosy - checked -� women -with* M^^EKSr^. } tar mora h;um than t*oo& Today doctors pre-*crlljo organic iron -- Kuxated Iron. This particular form of Iron is easily ns*Imitated, tlovs hot. biuclien nor ln-Jui'D ihc teeth nor upset tho stomach. ft wiff increase the etrcpcth and cn-rlu ranee of wenU, nervous, irritable, eiircworn, hncgard looItfnR- women 100 i�>r cent In lv.*o woefcrj' time In many instances, I have. U3�ravt\cn with surprising results.- V-plm-ind Ktn&, M. U. J LiOTE: NUXATED IFiON reeommen c by Dr. Ferdinand Kfng cur) b O �> & 4� a MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGHT Wesley T. Flynn Phone 1750 Anchor />GOOD SERVICE ' REASONABLE RA FULL INFORMATION FROM any ft.ff. Off SS. A6ENT. K. f.ilOHAN.CCN.ACi'T Winnipeg, 449 Maffl St. Phono M.5312 Vancouver, 470 Gninrllle St.. Sc>'.31S9 Local police are keeping their eyes open for men who are trying to evadr the military service act. Yesterday Lester AlfDrd Gregory was taken in charge at the line and appeared before Magistrate Elton on a charge of failing to report. He was handed over to the military authorities Greg ory claims that he is an American and owns a farm across the line. The matter will he taken up between tho Canadian and American military authorities. G. T. FIREMAN KILLED Beaverton, Ont., Jan. 15. - Grand Trunk Fireman Sulljvan, of Lindsay, was Instantly killed and Engineer Elm-hurst was slightly burned about three miles east of Reaverton this morning. Three engines with a snow plow and a van engaged in clearing the track, left the rails at the second overhead bridge between Eldon and Thoran at f2:20 this morning. The Bame crews (had been engaged since Saturday on j the line from Midland east, plowing through the snow ten feet deep and started in on the lino east of here yesterday afternoon. An inquest into Sul-i llvan's death will be opened Friday. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LLD, D,C.L, President H V. F. JONES, Mi Gen'I. Maruger DRAYING Of All Kifiih ..SIR JOHN A,n.D.GeneralManMer / V. C. BROWN, Sup'l of Central Western Branch* CAimLPAJDUP.$i5,000,000TRC5ERVEFUND, . $13,500,000 GOOD INVESTMENT The money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings department, and both principal and W&ternTransfer CO. I interest Bafe �n 4 * * * * > ? V ? ? ? I LAST TIMES TONIGHT VIVIAN MARTIN "Little MISS OPTIMIST ALSO "Hist! At Six O'Clock" CHRISTIE COMEDY 97 WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY FAMOUS ^LAYERS PRESENT, BILLIE BURKE t IN Mysterious Miss Terry' A Paramount Feature irt Five Acts. Also "FROM LONDON TO LARAMIE" Two-Reel Comedy MAJESTIC 2 Nights, FRI. SAT., January 18-19 THIS WEEK SATURDAY MATINEE AT THE ORPIIEIJiM Gloria's Romance is at the Orpheum tonight. With this, a new Current Events reel, a good comedy and n Mutt and Jeff cartoon completes a good program. � AT THE MAJESTIC No comedy success of recent years has had such a record breaking tour as the present Canadian coast to coast tour of Moroscos brilliant success "The Brat.*' Leaving Broadway on October 25th after 200 crowded nights at the Morosco and Harris theatres. Mew York City, the present tour of this popular comedy started at Ranger and from that date right up to the present engagement when the same production and cast will appear at the Majestic Theatre, Lethbridge on Friday am} Saturday, January 18th and 19th with Saturday matinee, house record have gone by the board everywhere. Tn the Maritlmes and in Ontario crowded houses have been general and delighted audiences have loft tho theatre fully satisfied that for once n real New York product'on with a brilliant Broadway cast have come tp their town on the first tour out of New York. Coming Here Direct from New York City with the Original Cast and Production which hit Broadway on October 20th, after 200 crowded nights at the Morosco Theatre. THE BIG LAUGHING SUCCESS I new york sun. Martin AT TUB EMPRESS The aid of Scotland lends its invigorating eneray to the new William "BETTER THAN 'PEG O' MY HEART' " Brilliant Broadway Cast Supporting the Famous Comedy Star . . DON'T FORGET: This is the New York Company that will visit Lethbridge after record week, Walker's Theatre, Winnipeg. ^erts Selling Now at Box Office Same Prices as Elsewhere................ $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50o 1 tf ;