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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta pXge six " ME ISTERNERS AlBerte Men Amons: the Many Mdnoied By Sir Douglas . Haig Tjondon, Jan. Iti.r-Ainong Uie many Canadians montioncii iu Gcrisral Haitr's despatches for the Now Year are the following men: British Columbii) Regiments Lieut, 't. Alilwnvtli; Uent. (Acting Captain) C. K. Bnilc-y, D.S.O... M.C.; Lieut. .T, 13. BRllcy; l.lput. C. Carml-chaGl:^ LiL-iit. Col. ,J. A. riark. D.S.O.; Lieut. K. W. Krlfhaoli; l.iont. Col. M. J. Frantis. D.S.O.; l.U-ut. Col. A. C. Uarnor; Captaisi \V. F. Uilson, D.S.O.; Lieut. G. P. Hoiiioko.v; Lieut. Cul. G. C. .loiinston; Lieut. K. C. -MnoGownn". .Lieut. A. S. Mill.^. n.S.O.; Lieut. ,1. I W,oiiteh!i; Cvii);,iin L. f. .Moyor; Ouar-termastf r and liivs. Capinin T. C. Pen-iile; Captnin 13. Piiilpot, D.S.O.; Lieut, /ft. H. Preston; Lieut. K. L. Rainboth; (Hon. Captain A. E. Bloomfleia; Cap-Ueut. {'olr'J. Sclater: Lieut. D, o. j tain S.'H. Brocklobank; Captain (Act Lieut. A. H. Whoeler; Major A. D. Wilson, D.S.O.: Llout. Col. W. N. WUb-by; Llent, S. F. Workman; Sergt. J. CaWer; Sorgt. H. W. Hatallloh; Co. Sergt Jiajor 0. Jackson; Corp. R. W. James; Rog. Q.Sl.S. W.,A. Liinln; Sorgt. D. McMillan; Transport Sergt R. S. Marston; Hte. O. MUlor; Sergt. J. Selkirk; Sorgt J, Sinclair; Keg. Q. .M.S. wr-J. 31o�n; Sergt. O. S. Smith; ! Sergt. \\\ M. SmlUi; Reg. Q.M.fe. W. jll. Turner; Sergt G. A. Young; Lauco Corp. (Acting Corporal) W. Bailey; Company Qnarternit>-ai.� have prescribed CCOTT^C Jenulsion^ because it is a true food and an active tonic, easily digested and free from opiates. If you are rundown, if night finds you tired and leep is not refreshinig, by all means get Scott's E,mvi\sion today. Tou Moatl H, 0catt & Bowne. Toirmto, Ont. i;-31 Ing Major) P. S. Conroy; MAjor L 1. Crawford; Lieut. Col. IL J. ^DawBon, D.S.O.; Lieut Col. (Temporary Brig. Gen.) H. M>Dyer. D.S.O.; Lifeut Q. C. Ferrle: CaptsJn (Acting .iIajor).p. P. French. D.S.O.; JIajor X. Gentles; Lieut. Coir~C. R. Hill; Lieut. B. M. Johnston: Lieut. R. S. Kirkup: Lieut. G. Law; Major C. D. McPhorson; Captain (AcUng Major) K. A. Mahaffey, D.S.O.. M.C.; Major J. S. Rankin; Lieut.. Col. A. Ross, D.8.O.; Lieut F. C. Ros^ Major F. G. Taylor, D.S.O.; Major (Acting Llout. Col. L. P. O. Tu-dor, D.S.O.; Corp. (Acting Sergt) W. Barrett; Corp. (Acting Sergt.) D. Craven; Corp. W. H. Chester (died of jvoundg); B. A. Doucette; Q.M.S. J. E. 'JTlodsman; Regfl. Q.M.S. A..,G. How;-lett; Pte. P. L. Klngaley; Co. Sergt. Major J. B. lx)vejoy; W. P. Sinden; Regfl. Sergt Maj. W. Stemper; Staff Sergt. H. L. Wingleaworth. Alberta Regiments Lieut Col. A. H. Bell,.D.S.O.; Lieut. W. H. Burgess; Lieut. F. W. Burnham; Major W. R. Critchley, D.S.O.; Captain (Acting Major) H. C. Ferguson. D.S.O.; Lieut O. Graham; Lieut. B. P. CAN'T HAVEliM AlWPRODUiW'SJiYS HON.CARdN,()r|EKC . Quebec, Jan. 16.-I'Ybu chntiot hfcye militarism and pi"oductioii^t, thjj.saine time. Wo must eliooae .between the tico." This was ono of the ttttdltigs of Hon. J. B. Caron, provtnciatvihtntster. In addressing the special coihtnlt^eo on agrlcuUnro which hnS boerilfivbstlflMt-lug tho high cost of ilyihg, oftd ISlr. Caron said thH causes for the Jnhip. in food prices were t6r the most part beyond provincial � governmental control. The one remedy possible was "suBer-productlon." , The dlftlcuUles In tho way of increased production, however were many and knott}':' , The minister refejirred to th�;-talk of conscripting men to work on farms. That was the remedy-,-be said,' If It were well carried out. But U was only men who had Somfe .training on riio soli, sons pf fanners who should 'be taken for this purpose. � Others would be mofeol a nuisance on tlie farm than a-help, Tire LETHBR^Gg DAILY .-HER\i,P WEDNESDAY, JANUABY Ifi, 1918 ^ qUiet on mench front >� .*r ��yii ^ .V'.,:s-. ,.�  Ihvrls, Jan. 16.~"Wilh tUi^ox- *  coption of (i Iwely artllloryidnelt  In AisRCQ between Thiy sonrt-. "Tho number of prlsoiWR  _taken by the French wheh^^*  they raided the OornVan trench-  ns In the region of Badonvtllors ' ?  yesterday trhese are an \ e-Ktra^ood pair ot mares and well made^for Kttrd work. Team of sorrel mares, 6 an^ 7 years,old, 2400 lbs. These are a very handy team, suitable for'any job. They are ah extra good pair of ' workers. ' AU mares are bred to a Percheron horse and nearly all showing �well in foal. ' � ' . Several other teams and single mares and geldings. Do not fail to see these as they are for sale and'no reasonable offer will^be refused lor Qne or TOoro ot them. .,, PALACE LIVERY BARN 308 SECOND'AVE; SOUTH -' AUCTION SALE HEAD^OF OO -MARES & GELDlNGS^-3.) From 3 to 8 year* old. All broken. Rangln^ln weight from 1100 to l&OO'lbs, each; To be sold at the ' LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN 0n THURS., Jan. 17th , - AT 2,00 O'CLOCK- P.M. BHARP ', , ^HJS STOtJK WILL BE'SOLD AS THE PROPRIETOR 18 GIVING j;^ .' � ' ^ UP FARMING. ' 'K;- � fCRMB-'C^BH  ' J, A. SMITH. Auctioneer Greer; Captain B. J. Johnston; Lieut. N. A. McEachem, D. S. O.; Lieut. Col. D. M. Ormond, D.S.O.; Lieut. Col. L. F. Pagej D.S.O.; Lieut. S.C."Robertson, M.C.; Major A. W: Sparling. D.a. Or;/Lieut (Acting Captain) W. W. Tl^mpson, D.S.O.; Captain(Acting Major) H. Westmdre; Lieut. (Acting Captain) L. Younger, M.C; LleilT L. B. Yule. M.C; O. Burns; ActUig Corp. G. Goldle; Sergt A. Hay; Sergt. !J. Hltchen; Ldnce Corpr-IT. Mclsaac; 'sergt .AlajorfT. C. Morrison; Sergt. C. ' D. Murray; Corn (Acting Sergt.) T. C. i^llUelm; Co. Q.M.S. R. A. White. Staff Captain B. W. Brdwpe, M.C, Manitoba regiment; Col. (Temporary. Ma-, jor General) H. E. BvirstaU, CB., C.M.i G., a;D.C.:. Major p. . L./CartWrlght, ;' D^S^O., Lord Strathcona Hors'ei Major i W. H. Colum,^ M.C.',. ;�iahit6ba^ jegl-Iment {died of wounds) ;.Cailtain, H. E. fcolman, M.C.-, Saskatcliewau.regiment; Colonel (Temporary Lieut. Gem) Sir A. W. Currie, K.C.M.G., C.B.; Major R. L. M. Donaldson, G.O.C: Lleiitj vCo. (Temporary Brig.. Gen.)-.H. rM...Dyer, D.S.O., Saskatchewan regiment; Lieut Col. (Temporary Brig. Gen.) W.' A. Griesbach, D.S.O., Alberta regiment; Major the Hon.\A. ]. Grosvehor, M.C, British Columbia regiment; Colonel (Temporary Brig. Gen.) H.. D. B. Ketich-en, C.M.G., Canadian local forces; Major G. K. IClllam, Manitoba regiment; Col. (Temporarj' Brig. Gen.) F. O. W. Loomls, C.M.G., D.S.O., Canadian local forces; Lieut. Col.. (Temporary Major General) A. C. MacDonald, C.B., CM. : G., D.S.O., Lord Strathcona Horse; Ma-ijor D. E. Mclntyfc, p.a;0., M.C, Sas-jkatchewan regiment; Major J. P. Mackenzie, D.S.O., Manitoba regiment; Major (Acting Lieut Col.) P. J. Montague, M.C, Mankpba regiment; Ma-, jor D. J. O'Donahoe, Britisli Columbfa regiment; Ueut. CoJ. (Temporary Br'lg-'Oeii.) V. W. Odium, C.M.G., D.S.O:, British Columbia; .'Ljiut. Cdl. (Tefei-porary Briv. OenT> jT. M. Boss, D.g!.i>., British Colaii4>ia.~reg{meiitr;Major l!>. J.. Simpson, M.C, Alberta regiment; ! Captain*. W. Staytdr, M.C, Saskatcb-jewan regiment; LI?ut..6ol. ^Tompor-. ary Brig. Gen.) G. Si Tuxford,' C.B., Q. SLG., Saskatchewan; Major P. P., VU-i Hers,. D.S.O., Manitoba; .Major A. W. ;R. Wllby, British Coliimlila; Pte. (Act-. Ing Scrgt.) W. B. .Mahn; Gunner (feting Sorgt.) H. L. EccIes;"L8nce.:Go^p.^! (ActingSergt) W. Kinch, cavalrj^; Ma-! Jor (Acting %.leut..Col.).'A-.D. ^ainVr-j ,on, M.C, Lord'Straithcoiia H6rae;"Ma-j jor C E. Connolly, ors.O,. Ijord Strathcona Horse; Major D. J. MacDonald,-M, . C, Lord StrathconavHorsis;' Lieut.,CJiJ. R. W. Paterson,' D.S.O.,' Fort Gari^ Horse. � Manitoba Regiment , QuartM'maater -and Hon.. Captain T. r \ S. .Acheson; Captain N.. A.' D, Arm-' strong; Captain 0. S. Belcher ..(killed); Lleiit. Col. G.CampbeH (kiUed); Lieut. (Acting Captain) J/W: M. Cary; Lieut. A. L. Cavana^h;'Major W. K. Chandler; Lieut. (Acting Major) B. Charlton; Captain E. P. Coke; Major E. V.iCollier, S.S.O.; Llout>.Col. P. J. Daly, C.M.G.. D.S.C; Lient ' It.. D. Davies, D.S.O.; .Majrir R.'\V.' Piske; Lieut Col. AV. w; Poster,,D.S.^;/Captain H. C. Pryer, M.C; I^Jeut. Col. W. Grassle, D.S.O.; Lletit/Wi H. King, D. S.O.; Major H. R. Llrinell, D.'S, O.; L'.eut. J. H. McCortnlqk; D.S.O.;;x.lout (Acting Captain) G. P.Vjrfaabh; Captain (Acting Major) A."O, Mordy; Lieut Col. J. M. Prpwer. D.S.O.; MaJor'H. J. Riley, D.S.O.; Major J.H.J^.Setnmen8  Lieut C. B.  Smith ;Captiln C, R. Stihson, M.C.-, (killed); Captain A. J. S. Taunton, D.S.a;j Maiprll. M, Ur-quhart, D.S.O.. M.C; 1.457 Sergt. Bow; 420,830 Sergt, P..JJulI; 71,710 Co. Sorgt Major A. M^ulloch; 29.-250; Sergt 0. F. Macteartf' 721,303 Sergt. A. J. McL'eod; ^01,142 Sergt. A. C. Manson; 147,004 Ueg'JlQiM.S. A. J. jQynrhage; 71,21,0 S^rgti'O. Palqe; 171,032 R. Patterson; 415,812 Sergt. H. iPollard; 718,114 Corp."3; Held; 16a,2S3 \ Sergt T. nice; 4a0,67Q Regfl Q.M.S.'O. E. Sales; 29,018.Sergt; -Major O, W. Steele; 718,136 Sorgt.VR. M.^fltrido; 4S8,7!t3 Sergt: J;^WvW�Uaco;. 29,284 Co, Q.M.S, A.'WhUf^' RECOVERED MONEY .. -~- i Camp Punslon,. Kansas, 'Jaft. > 16.-The money taken (romtUe > army bank at Camp Funston by Captain rTewls.Wh'sler.'last Friday night after .ho had killed four employees-aud Injured 'a fifth, said-to have been more than 562,000, jsfgs found today hidden In the walls of Whlsler's quarters In the .barracks here.. 10,000 COYOTE WAI^TED Will'pay from^ 15.00 to.$9,00 for Go�id Hides.-9tr. � y r . \ LETHBRIDGE Hide. PELT & � FUR'CO. , Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Office*. References: Standard BanR* Office PhiJne 799 Residence Phone 326 PU ilURAL( ' COUNCILLi REINS (From Our Own Correspondent)  Bow Island, Jan. 12,-Mr8. T. B. Bl'tttne and children loft last week tor a' (hrco months Tlslt with frlouds In the oast^ '  , Miss UoUo, who has. hoon-Bpondlrtg a nfiuple of months 'w tli her Ijrother, lifr, A. Uolfo and fnhiily loft foT her honio In Mlnnanpollajast Wednesday, r Ml". Geo. Herber Tott on Sunday jnight tor Hochostev, whore he will recolvb ti-oatmont at the Mayo hospital.' "'^ "�� - ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Loucks and family bave movwl In town from their farm eaat^bf town for the :.^wlntor. �Messrs. Puller and Smfth whohnvo conducted a moat markotiand grocery In tlie town, have d'^solvod partnor-alilp. Mr. Fuller now hua tho business Mr.'.Smith having decided to try farming.' .  ,.Mr. Bergprc(n.. blacksmith, has sold o'ul^hlsi business hero. Mr. R. H. Roborton has been ill for tUe past few days but at time ot writing he is improving. ,0n Tuesday night a raeet'ng was held In life United Church for tho purpose ot organizing a Ypung People's Society. � "T\ie Mutual Improvement Society" was formed wUh Rev. Cliaa. Bishop as Pvesldoht  After tho jJlusiness moellng games were played and. this was followed by a luncheon. Each" One present' reported a pleasant time. : , Mr. Roy MacGregor, ono of tho coun-cillbra' of the Rural � Municipality of Bow Island has res gned. The Red Cross Society met at "The Rest Room" on Wednesday afternoon. There were, quite a number present and all Interested In tho work." Still we need more workers, as there Is very great need at this time for supplies. ^ - i TO 8Pi[Ajk>R)0AY . . . > Coponhii'gen,' Jnti. 10.-Tho ctirros-ponilent at.Berlin bt. the: ^Natlon&l Tldende'Dnya he Iearnii.4t tiaB'bdou do-cidea that /ChalicoUor Voii He^jlltnic ball aildreii-tho -niAln comin.ttw of the rei^llBta'i; i6n f riday. ^ bandits Oer .t'lOOtf Minnaiipotli!, Mltiii,, Jan. l^.-Fiviai masked ^meti, hold: up |lia'.Coiit!netit�il' St�to Bank in tho,> downtown ^dlslrlee hore today and (McaMd vin;,a'ii aut(>> ntoWlo with about ,11,000, .�ftef/fttrclbf Nevon einployoos Into R'vault, - How to FWl Weil During Middle Life TVdd % T)iree Womeii Who Le$^Tied from' Experience. The Change of Life is a, most critical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites (Jisease and pain. ^Women everywhere should remember that there is no otKer remedy known to medicine that will so suciiessfully carry wdmei^ through this trying period as Lydia E. .Pinkham's Vegetable C native roots and herbs.. Compound, ihade, from Read these letter^:-^^ - - Philadelphia, Pa.-"I started the Qiange of Ufa five ye^Ts ago. 1 al-ways hai,l a headache and Imck-aoho -vVith bearing down pains and r would have h^ak flashes "very bad afc timesAvithdizzy^pells and 'ifcrvoiis feelings. After taking Lydia E. Hhkhain'a Vegetable Conipoimd I feel like a new pcrsbn and am in better health and no moift; troubled- with .the aches and pains I had Uifore I took your wonderful itfmedy. I recommend it to my fnends for 1 cannot praise it enouKh."-Mi's. SIaboaket Qbass-stAN;,759 N. RuiggoKl St, Philadelphia,?^. Beverly, Mass.-"I took Lydia E. Pinkham': going 'have . - - ______________ ------......V. have had them try it and they also have received good results from it."-Mrs. Georgk A-JDunbak, 17 Roundy.:^St., Beverlj', Mass. 'y >y  Erie, Pi.-"I poor health when the Change, of Life started with me aid-I,took Lydia E. Pinkham's TegBtable Compound, or I think I ' should not have got bvpr it,as easy as I did. Even now if I do not feel good.I take the Corapqund and it restores me in a short time. I will praise your remedies to eviBry Avoman for it may help them as it has me."-Mrs. E. Kisstrao; O'Jl East: 24th St., Erie, Pa. ; . Mo other in�ilielii� lias l^en b� snccessfnt^n relioyingr woman's Bufrorlnir as bbii JUydia �. Plnkham's ^'Vegetable Oouipouiid. Women niajr receive fraejihd lielpf uladvlco by writing tlie Lydia E. Pinkham Me3lclheO�;,;Lyi^ Such letters are received and aniWered' ttywouieo bhly and held to striotf^confldiitu^K -_--- FordEniinis REBORED AND REAMED ANO FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE . SATISFACTION.^ 216 First Ave. S; PhCine t732' 't\%^\\ii, Ave. i.-,;;...Pheina. j7v .| EAIJ! LANDS Of the HiirtsoD'a Bay Conopsnr t.ud Calgary in. Danger or. tou of TpiB' MARLATT'S SPECIFIC Is aMnost powerful boi/ol (.leanser which. tUor; oug'hly purifies iiiosyatom a)i.U .16 a groat success in tiie' treatihent qt ap-. pendlcItlB. tlnoxcciiletT tor intestinal, tttotnach and livui- olaoriJers.v'perUon' itl8, kltlney stoiios- and Qhronto* li\dl-goBtlun. ,. � "> ITNEVEi^FAILSl JACKSON & CO. UETHBRIIJC^e', auta., J. W. Mariatt & Co, \ '681 Ontai-io St., .ToWMWi ' '. Large Gonsignment of Beautiful, New Carpets, Rugs and New Furnitur^ ^ to Be Sold at Unrbsferyed Auction Sale! Tl^e war has played havoc wiUi the^miui'kds of the worId^.^and the maniifacUirersif^ 'but perhaps no industry has been more disorganized than^t^^ v^facturer. His factories have been^converbd ititto Munition shops and .'^is' looms ' stored away. The supply has thus'greatly, diminished, the inevitable result beinff. that prices have tremendously increased mVA tcdav carpets that cost $35 or $40 *four years ago cannot be purchased for lees than $60 or $65. '^These facts nreyvell known to the public-arid the announcement dt,an / (i v - Unreserved Auction Sale of Carpets, Rusfs and Furniture When the market condition* are ab unu�>ial is'ahsolutcly unique and fully Juttlflos tho- quailfJoiijiJ�ft\ " r"unpreced�nted.'r -� , ;� ; ,1';.. The Sale Wljl Be Hold In ^ ...-iv'* IVaxldington'^ Rooqis, S.dE.\Bui!(ling, 10th St. Sp. Qjfk Thursday ^nd Frida^y Next, January 17 and 18 ;loeL prompt, and the (toeic which haa been eonsloned to Waddingtonfor Abaolute 8aia by alB.C. t, Includes Very Fine VELVET. PILE,-WILT,ON In OrlontaVi'Color?, 9x12'/2; two ,b�aut|fuli,i�x*.V .......... square*, 9)(9.and 9x12; throe "Emprcn Joaephlne" Art Rugi, 9x7; four A^,(tuolity Inqrain, Woo) v I BuoB, 9x10/2; apVenvery excellent quality. Tapeatry 8quare*,9x0, 9x10'/a,A9x12; 'Ix jufe RugiCinSattrae; � " '\]vt dealari8rJ!/2x9, 9x9, 9x10/2; throejsholee Viiilvot Pile Rug". .e/axT/a;; Axnrjiniter and IVJohalP/Heiirth. At 2 o'xlocji( prompt, and the stocic which haa bean eonsloned to Waddington for Abaolute 8ala by alB.C. ' ';: .' .-, GOODS ON VIEW WEDNESDAY ALL DAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENING;^ TERMS CASH PHONES. 776-r:469 . WAODI^NOTON'SEtLB WITHOUT reserve .7 ' li'aiv .2'! .-ii 0 ' I. 17985327 ?21912 ;