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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ''[.'..j'i.,. FOWl THE IJJWPQB P^T, MBMMi FRIDAY, JANUARY t�, IMS DAILY AND WBIKkV ^PfMrtitort mn4 PublltMra THC LBTNBRIOOB HIRALD PRINT-- INQ COMPANY, UIMITKD tertth aimt South, Lalhkrltfi* W. A. Buehanan Pnatdent and Mana�lii| Director fahB Torranca   Bualntaa Maaagar Business WUtorial TELCPHONia Otttce .......... OKIce.......... tSSI 1124 Subscrijitten Ratcj: Daily, delivered, par week ..... .10 Dallr, delivered, per year .....$5.00 Dally, by mai;, per year ......14.00 WaaUly. by mall, per year .,...11.60 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..$2.00 Datea ot expiry of eabacrlpUoni appear dally on addreaa label. Acceptance ot papers ctte:- expiration date Is 9ur authority to centlnue tlia aub-scripUoB. THE PftOQRESS OF THt WAR Tbe annexatioiiiits in Germany are not barlni It all ^eir own way, though tJ�ayj.�re In. the,majority. In many pladia dempnatratloas have taken plaoa against this policy of anp^at-Jona^ Negotiations with Rnssia for peace are not proceeding very hipidly, and eondltlouB. in .Rnsaia itaalt indicate fOOiT'another big uphearal o^ Bale D'ltalia saya, ware eaat .to Captain Bouchardon. head ofrtha tareetl-gsttlDK committee^ who decided to ar> reat Calllaux. Another Arraet  , Paris, Jan. If-Loala Louetilot, member ot the Frencb chamber (reit Laadea, wboae immanlty reee^tlY waa anspended in connectlQB wlth'tl|t Calllaux case, waa arrestee this momiac. HEALTH U.S.T|I(K)P$ WOFAim WaahiagtoB, Jan, 17. - The flrat weekly health report fpr tha-Ap>erteaB expeditionary forcaa la Waaca with comparative figure* aof-ticial communiratloa deslins^wltk avl-btion was Uvuad lail araBlBB: . " "In very bad Sroa^her''Wadaetdny night flombs were " * sidingB at Bei southeast of Meta, south of-Meta.* turned," ' NethljiTt: . London, Jan. -li.j^; ot Interest to^rSBorLl^ (iclal announcement The CaaadlBB trbops la have subacribed |N.�0� to tke KalHas relief fuad. CraBbrook'e .Polk^ CommisaloiierB R. c. BaklB and T.l N. 'Parrett ware reelected by aJMlamation. Joha Porter, oao,bt the beat kaowa C. P. R. coaductora In Weatera Canada died at Mooae Jaw. M. R. jeaalaia, of the Bdaoatoa Journal, la likely to be elected by ae-rlamatloB aa Praaldeat of the Bdmon-ton Hoard-of' Trade. A BOW town of 1,000 houaea la to he built oa the outaktrts of Philadelphia, to hoaae workmeo ia the Hog Islaad aklpbttUdiac ptant - . . Owing to Ita peculiar locatloa, all Oermaaa'ara barred from tha mala street of Newport." R. I., as It Ilea ha the alien aose. Miss Aiaa L. Haaon, aged S?. oC St. George atraaL CMathara, waa in-atantly killed whan atruck by a aoatk bouad radial oar. ' Rer. A. B. InrfB, pastor of Hyde Park aad Kbmoka; Presb'yteriaB cob-gregatioBB, haa accepted a call to Bracebrldge bharch. � Lieut. Wlllian Douglas Murray, youager bob of Mr. J. W. Mamy, manager of the Dontlaion bank, Balle-vlUe, haa made tha aoprema sacrifice. C. A. Bogert,- gaiieral raaBaiar at the DomiBion Baak;'has been aleeted prosideat ot the Toronto Board c( Trade. Mayoraleet Oale, oC^aaooover, to 39 years of ago, a aative of Quebec City and oBly located In VaneoBTOIr sevea/year ago. Richard �therbrldga,'75 a retired farmer, who lived-at Waterdown. waa found dead la tb*-8aow. He had attempted to walk to the home of hia | brother-ln-lawi .^^'^iy ... > Fruk H. Mmondai oir the edltortol �Utt of the New York^Tribuaa. who ahice the outbreak aC the war, haa gained a-wide repatatlOB> aa a military critic, haa aavarad^fttocoanectioB with that newspaper. ^�. A aaaalmona call haa been extended to Rev. Moaea B. Pnryear, of Halt-fax, to become the paatorjtf UBtvera- Tke war bill Of the Valted SUtea w^iaaiouBta to baa huadred mllllona Oorenor Bdge, of Now Jamey, ariae the plaelBg ot food, fuel aad (iHarlei aadar Bute ceatrol At Meacham, Baak., tiro completely deabwyed tha Beaeral atore of B. * H. Hacan. yim. A. MoLaaa, Ouelph barrister died euddealy while amoklag In a trtoad'a hoube. O, L. Lord, for yaara oa the Calgary Callattate lasUtata ataff will become a provincial aebool loapector. Cheasemea are mlllioaa ahead ow-iag to the handUns of cheese ,by. a commission, the OUtera Oatario dalrymea were told. Chairman'Padgett, of the House Navat Comnlttee, aaya that the V. S. aub fleet will equal Qarmaay'a withia a year. Tha SUte of Mtaatoalppi ia the first to ratify the Federal amandmeat for U. 8. prohlblUoB. Tha euta haa loag pfohlMtloB. DETAILS REGULATIONS REOAi It la v probable that restrictions BBBlBat'women and children Journey' IBC to tha United ,Klngdom wUI be much tightened. Miaa Kathleen Burke haa been made a commander of the British Empire In raeogBlUon of her aervlcea to tha wouadod ot the allied armlea An OtUwa report aaya that J. O. Tarrlff, M. P. for Aaalalboto nay be nada depaty epeaker of the Houae of CoBMioiia. ^ The \i^lBBtpeg Free Press editorially advocatea that Canada, as a whole, ahonld relieve iLe people of Halifax ot the tlaaaelal loss of the receat dia-aater. Rav. L. D. Browa, Methodlst-Bplaco-pal elergymaa for more than 70 years, who had maay paatoratea in varloua parU of the Uaited States died at Mln-neapolia. He waa 06 years old. He became a miaiater ia 1S46. Mrs. KIrkpatrlck. daughter of Mrs. H. A. L. Whita. St. Mary'a, to aow Captain Maud KIrkpatrlck, haViag recently paaaed �' raftnlred mlliUry examination in EBglnhd; where-she ia'at work aa inapector ot munitloBB,- Baall Kolodzaki, a naturalised Aus !triaa, waa atruckand instantly killed L-Eveaemeat of Quebec says: "La Devoir attacks the Lieutenant Oov-arnor of the Province cif Quebec because Sir Evarlate La Blanc aent a Now Year'a meaaage to tbe King, IB which he asattrad Hla Majoaty of the loyalty ot all tha OaBadlaa people. This waa bo doubt beeauaa Hia Honor forgot to aay "All Canadians except Germane aad Natioaallata.'" The well kBown LIneham raaoh haa been aold by. the Llaeham eatate to P. Burns of Cftlgary. The ranch is alt-uated 20 mllea weet ot Okotbka, and compriaea 3,000 aorea with good bulld-Inga and .other aubatantlal improve, meats. While the amount of the aale haa not been aanounced, it i� under-atood to be la tha neighborhood of $40,000, or aomewhera Bear $13.00 per Three hundred tone ot oniona ahlp-ped to Vaaeonvei' recaatly by growers in the Kelowna dtotrict aad held in storage (here ware aeiaed on behalf of Food Controller Hanna. It la aald that fully 26 per cent of the oniona had commenced to rot and tho sriixure was made that the other 76 per cent might be preaerved for food purposes The onions will be aent to an uvaporattng plant immediately. . ^ Last Saturday night a number ot Afediclne Hat stores kept open and the Tradaa and Labor Council claim that this was done contrary to the proviaiona ot the Factory Act. To make a test caaa and find out Just where the clerks are at with reapect to the enforcement of' the Act, the secretary ot the Trades Council, waa instructed to lay information with the Factory Act inspector against Browna' Limited. Indleatlona that a food tamina la Berlonsly threatening Newfoundland are contained in private advicea received at Fort William. A well known firm received a cable from the colony atatlng that they inust have grain at aay price, aa horaea are atarvlag in Ity Ave. Bapt(at ChuriBk, ToroBto. Hb by the C. P. R. Brandon train. Kolo- w'lll aucceed'ReT. s; LV!Jiie1>bwell. who haa gone toN^eahviUe, Tenn. O. X. Calbert, Calcanr bdrrlater, aaya that the elactloB of T. M: Tweed-le. In Weat Cal�ary, D. L. KadaMta* tn Bast Calgary, Dr. Clark, Rad Sear and H. H. HaUaday, Bow,lUyer. wUl he conteatad ob tha greaad.ef irra�aIa^ Ifce. , ;. rtad Trayaaer, aged tl. sad kto naela. B. Cannlniham. a��d M. both ot Watford, Ont, war* IdUad  nlla aad a half from AhrtaatoBi imea �s� ot the Moaet aaow.'.plMrB o� tka MiehlBS* Caatral rallwar waa asM*-ed to ktadBM wood t�  IMoot drtlt - Tha LoBdoB Dal^ Bkatift aaya Mia. Margaratlte ArmetroM Dnml' *ho laat year divorced her-haaband; An-theny J. Drexel, tta Phdadatahta haiik-er, waa married wtotly In liMdea f Ment-CoL Briaelay ntaOofsld. prir-taaaeratanr to the OosuMBiarlS' Chief of the home torbee. Tha death ttok~plaba at Oala oc; iamea T. Maaoa. f athar aC Dr. J. B. Maaao. of Haaaa. Mr. Maewi waa bm of tbe earUeat ploBaara'. la Cmtna Alberta, eomths to tha Read HUta diatriet �tth a banch aC'aattla,.aleas with a few other cowmaa la 1M�. Prarioae to that Mr. Maaoa had la-elded in Xaamc Oat dcaki was walking acroas the track at Wmalpeg with his coat collar covering hia ears. The Alberta government has appointed Jaa. Btopheae aa mayor of Haaaa. The appointmeat waa made neeeaaary by tha miiag of the return nr officer for the town that, tha baoka were la auch ahape that they cmM aat hoM an alectten. Certain TraaMctloRa JCbii Only Be Made UiNltr LicBiise from Grain SagMiYtaBtB Winolpec, Jan. 11. - >Recnlatlan No. g.lHuad by tha Board of Orala Supervlaora for Caaada today, relating to the price af Wheat toraaed parpoa-ea, reada aa followa: ' '"The ordere of the board of iiain aupervlaora for OaaBda BtoTlda Used prlcea OB whbat It la hot the (ateo-tion of the board that the pnirehaie and 1lP ' aealed In packagoi hi M the CaBBdlBB aeed BrawariVi .la cpntormlty with thf act of Caaada. , :'-"^vf .�� "All Other traBaaettom la WhMt ler aeed parpoeea muaf UmU9 wMlIha approval of the board lani^M^ A�-plleatloaa for llcaaea thPM pay ha obtained from the ofnef^frttf'|�ke Shippera' Clearance 'A|i4Wlat|eit hc-cBta of the board. 400 r Winnipeg, Man. ' . "On retnra ot the ap|l|Aft|eii'pm�-erly completed and aft^eeMiUBloa-era and the railway b�^.' ' , Verdun city connall hhVSifeMed to oppose the bill enhmlttli^by the elty of Montreal to the 9�e))�a'l�gtolatare tor tha amendmeal aC Ita ehartar to permit lU Uhlag In the>(o)9 ot Moatreal. iaciudtav M faaeutiOB of WeatmouBt, Vardap -anl' .Ontre-inont, as a part of |ioatrfa| �ltf.  In BVtry ktimah bbdijr dbSiB is GoaliBiMl.|tf||||.> |)|lpBBn (he fojrces of keaMh and diteaBi^lvliUe headadiii|�|M^ Jnd'Jrequent colds mean wealaMMs wmI foranmsiamfB^ to inoMMe Ibn red curpusclBB el tfic blood tfni:iil^j0ii''ih$i ramtnrei|Miw�r which thwarts coMt, tonpiKlii^: ihvMt trottbleB^nnd'theiunatlam. � Sm^rn is lii^.powwad wMMl-k^^.^;^ hannbil dnigs. One bottle m�w majr .pwirpgnt^ayilijiiiiiit.-' MFNEMmiTESiin MOKESnON, HAS OR soon ACID STMWCH �tHB MOMBNT "PAMm blAMfk MN" NBAOMBS THB BTONIAAH' ALL OIBTRBBB OBti ^BaaNp doee' Ner^'Treally pat bad tfeatr-mahaa Pape'e piaBiplla thg laiaeet aelUac etemaah wwhitor. tha werM. If what yaa. eat lanMBit iato atahham luawa. rmt haleh.BM niatata aaar, aadlBNtai fM# saa, taaBBO MsM; pMrtartlwxtlll; m" atM hTaMtaat iShttTSSl. ath -all aaeh diatreaa ifgalihae ITs miy aataBlahia�--almipt,.Jiiiymai. and the Jap to Ita haiMHaaaaag. ; Atlsna liftY-efBt eaae ff JnMJlBi papila wUI 8t�e>m a h�niia� �9W wwrtt at aalhrthaNea ar fsar �mMl|l .haaaa mayourmaaay liiah�'>.-'^ia'.;V:!#: n't iraHh Ita weigM mjaMMBMp aml..w��i�� wha �aa't.iit.%a^r' Mhp ranlatad. U ke',i5pna hume Aeald Blwaya to egaeftaaieh. aaur.: faiMt aad Furniture Bargauil That Win Attract Atteiti Divanette Made of Bolld quartered oak in either the .golden or fumed finish aod upholstered in Kraftsmaa'a Imi-tatioa of Spanish Leather. Thia convenient piece of i furniture acta as a settee during the day aad, at Bight wren opened out forms a % aixed bed The bed has a separate atroag liak fabric aprlng aad a good felt mattress. C7 C|k January Sale l�rlee..................... UfeaV Book Case Conaiatlng ot a top, baae and three book nnlta jn aoUd oak aad fumed tinlah oaly. Book ubUb'are ab-aolutely duat proof and are fitted with aliding fronta. Extra ualta caa be obtained at aay Ume. 10 AA January Sale Price .......... ..... x9s�fU $1 SaOO Reduction on Sewing Machines We carry aeveral modela of that Famoua Family Sewing Machine, "The White Rotary." Thto machine doea not need much deaoriptlon here aa everybody knowa It emifracaa the very' lateet expreaalon ' of modem hygtenio aewtng maohlae oonatruction, Our regvlar .$70,00 maohiae for Ceeh............................. SS.00 DRESSER In Imperial oak finish, made of select hardwood having 3 large drawers' and' plate glass, mirror, size 13x22. January Price $15.00 Golden Oak Pi Room Suite $1 Thia Suite la made of select quwtar ia maaufacturdd by oae of the mBnufactarara. Bttlta oonalata of , buffet aad ezteaaloB table, Hvaellfv dhalr. All ohaira coverfid with leattfi; BBd have alip aaate. 9mM far, UTHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOINE FURNISHERS Rb CROSS DRIVE Nm WEE^^^^ 711THW0 49706619 555444 ;