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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD -'-.U. ..-.....- I iililn � � H PAGE miE age Sale Ends Tomorrow Night \ We are pbiiiniiig to do a tremendoui.business tomorrow, the last day of our Vest and biggest sale. �xtra sales people will attend to your every want. You'll find new bargains ^Terywhere, sniaD lots in some casesaremarkedatpriccf that will dear everything dean of f the bargam tables. All winter goods Must Go toihorrow as we beghi taking stock on Monday ntoniing. sop pair Men Wonien s and Children s Wool Hose Last Time Tomorrow 29c 39c 59c Worth up to $1.00 a pair Samples of W^men^s and Children's Vests, Union SuitS Last Time Tomorrow 2,9c 59c 95c ' Values up to $1.50 to buy Xlorsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Cottons, Muslins, Sh-etings, Towels, Silks, LAST TIME Child^s Sweater Coats, Jerseys, Caps, Toques . ' Last Time Tomorrow 39c 59c 95c 1.19 For The Last Day! AO Our High Grade Voile, Silk and Georgette Waists at a straight discount of 20 per cent 14 off All Skirts 1-3 bff AH Cloth Coats 14 off AH Our Dresses 1 -4 cyff Fur Goats and Furs 1-3 off AH Plush Coats Discounts Last Time Tomorrow Store Open Saturdsgr Night Until 9 O'clock RYLANDS & CO. CONDUCTING A REAL ^'CUT PRICE" SALE ACmiS ON LAKES JCKilOFl? LIVES According to Report Submitted to Annual Meeting Lake Carriers tJetroIt, Mlcli,, .Tnii. IS.-r-Tho Lake Carriers' Association in annual cpn-, ventlon here re-elected Ell'loffleers for;^ another year, ligreotl to a reauost from the navy Uepartment to help In the tra'Ining of men for duty as Beamon, and voted to continue In operation the wolfftro plAi) ,9l-tU6 orgiapisatlqa.-* ;y "While no further inorease.Jn the n89Qci{itlon'& toiinage may' be. hoped for until thie end. ot Jrt>e~,War,';;the report saild, "the preiiehtjiiB^iubersljlp of the ftssoclation 'represents -420. von-selB, aggregating 2,084,^22 tons, oi^n amount adequate for BuccessfuUy band> ling almost any burden tlie nution mav Yourlast I f tally Granti L Oi^lU^ ...Ottawa, Jan. 18.-The population of tbe military convalescent .hoapitaU 'a�d ^aiiltorla on January 8, according to.the latest report of the trilUtary hoa-pitals commission, showed.a decrfiase bflGSl s'nce the previous census, The Wpulatlon on that date totalled 11,360, with 9,357 patients In the convalescent hospitals, 1,350 In the sanatoria and C43 in the other hospitals; The decrease ia one of the largest j-ecordad. The records show that more tllan ninety ,per cent, of the men paMing through the convalescent hospltata lor' tre^tme&t> are (it- when they, are. .dla-i charged'to return to tbelr old. occupa-tioni. . i - ., ADSmiSARRESIED AS . � � � f ��� Farco, N. D., Jan. IS.-Illija Wlaia? avjtvlo, an Auatriati, has been take|t' Into federal cuktody,'charged wtt^k'^ber, ing an allenrtfntomy. He waa arrefUttf by immigration authorities at Necbe on Tuesday, who claimed that heiai' tempted to leave the United StaNi ' without permlaiton,, - An Austrian I passport and a revolver .were touad In his possession. According to the federal authbrlties. he is regarded as a dangerouk enemy. Folloiylng his arrest an investigation: was made by the Immigration authorl^ ties and It was learned that he had caused to be transported from the ITn-ited States to some point in Russia,^a considerable sum of money. J^' two raids last night ottW Champagne front. The aaidlng parties were r�7t ^, pulsedi the war gltt�� anoouaoefc i J'r. B. J. Hill left for tlio cast on Tuesday.   � Gftorge W. Green left Thursday .morning for Salt Lake City.    On Wednesday, the L'rith, "nurns Night", the NJ^xt-.of-Kin will hold a whist drive and Scotch dance at the Veterans' club. The Ancient Order of Foresters Court Star, are Issuing Invitations for their next dance to be held in the K. of P. hall on Feb. 1st. Mr. O. B. P. Delany aud daughter, Mrs. Hudgeon and her two daughters, together with Miss Hudgeon, have gone to Denver tor two weekK.   * At Waslilngton Ave. Methodist parsonage. Medicine Hat, Wednesday, January 16th, by Rev. A. D. Rlch^d, WUtUm Walter Allen of Bow Island, vraa married to A&aa Caroline Anderson of Foremes^ Alts. The King has been ploaBod to approve the appointment of the Very Rev. Herbert Hensley Ilenson, Dean of Durham, to be Bishop of Hero-ford. The new bishop is a brother of the late W. T. Henson, of Lethhrldge. .'  �  A very excellent likeness of Mrs. Hugh Donnan appears In a recent issue of the London Daily Mirror. Mrs. Donnan Is engage* in w.ir work Id England, while her husband, Lieut. Donnan, Is serving in the Canadian forces. Will all those having socks finished for the Major 'Jack Ross Chapter I.O. D.B. kindly leave same at either Mrs. Conybeare's or the Hedley Drug Store, as a shipment Is to be made early next week to the British sailors overseas.    Mr. and Mrs. Baalim and children have arrived In tios Angeles after a somewhat anxious trip as the wee babe was very 111 en route. Mr. Bdal-im will return shortly, but Mrs, Maulim and children will remain for some time.  . * The annual meeting of the local Council of Women will he held Saturday, Jan. 20, at 3:30 p.m. In the Y.M. C.A. auditorium, when the election of officers will take place. Members of affiliated societies may attend and take part in the dlBcusaious, but only regularly appointed delegates may vote. Each affiliated society Is asked to send In a .report o� the year's work. ' k very pretty but quiet war wedding was -conducted Saturday afternoon In the Church of the Ascension, Hamilton, Ont., wbou>~4Ielen May, only daughter of Major^Oeneral the Hon. S. C. Mewburn, K.C., C.M.G., Minister of Milltla,.and Mrs. Mewburn, was married to Capt. David Stinson Thompson, son (jf Mrs. and the late i Dr. David Thompson,; _ ..j^g?^� ^ � - The.marriage waii solemnized in St. Bartholomew's church. Ottawa, of Miss Muriel Maunsell, b^y daughter of Brig.-Qen. 0. S. Maunsell and .Mrs. Maunsell, to/George;, Frederick Gait of Winnipeg. The rector, Rev. R. F. Briewen, officiated and the ceremony was/of a quiet nat^re. Only immediate relatives were In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Gait have left for Florida. � * ��  The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter 1, 0,;D.E. are discontinuing the tea room. a' resolution was passed at the meeting yesterday in regard to this matter as follows: "That In view of t|ie urgent need of practical food economy We do pot continue our Saturday after-lioon.te'a-room and.that we discourage tl^e tea-room hablt�,as,.beins dotrlnien-tal to the present food interest of our country." '  On Monday a very, enjoyable night waseipent at the home of Mr. and Mrs, T. Roberts of 619 ISth'St. N., to celebrate their silver w^eddlug, 30 guests being present, amongst the gathering lowr'generations wore represented, diirlhg the evening sit^per was served, aihd the table was very/daintily spread, Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Dolan assisting at supper. After supptiif singing and dancing were enjoyed until the early hours of the mornlrijj'. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Roberts were the recipients of many nice silver presents.:. ' Endurance!- Aerial warfare it ^layijig a most important role in thts world war. Without our Aviators the artillery would be blind and useless. Thoje who have to endure intense and nerve racking duties need to be primed up and fortified for the occasion. There must be no clog in the smooth running machinery of the human body. Eyes roust be clear, brain quicic and body normal. In order to meet Ihirse necessities proper care must be given to diet. Food must be consumed that it rich in Catbo-Hydrates, Proteins and Fats. cocoa-when mixed wit'j milk is the ideal food drink to meet these requirements. It is a safe and sensible way to nourish the human body, for all times when quickness, accuracy and endurance are expected and wheti indecision spells defeat. For the best and wrest results be sure you get COWANlS > Cocoa- Perfeciion Brand" Purest and Besi rtcki-ii itM In itir��n� rmina tcti-cent, and tittf-pounit coiiUitierfi hsrliK the flioie lilf>)-erid� Rod nutrUiuufl CiKua �d of- to give timf, t9^ t^e nominations by bkllot. (Tbe^report' from t,be'nominatlne committee will bo given later), v. The attention of the chapter was called to the recent publications con-rUhe.need of promptactlon to re food and the following reso-lutlqU'was pa8sedi',''That In view of 'the Ufcflnt need ofpractlcaltood economy-we do not continue our Saturday aft�rnb6ti tea room and that? we discourage the tea room habit as being detrimental to the present food inter-ei'ts of the country." r5The War, Veteran committee stated ;that meet the iretMrotng soldiers at thetraiiia In the future as now the n^w regulation sends them hero before reporting^ to Calgary and the coipmlttee.is'not no-tlfieil as to the time of their arrival. A mbst Interostin'g report' of the work done by the committee in charge of the rags, bottles and paper .was given by Mrs. Sherlock, Luring^ho year 2 earloads of paper have been disiios-ed of; For the first we got fl�8.70 and for the second }aO, and for^the two collaotlons of rags and bottles ia4'.94, making a total of 124^,64, TheMbxpeniie ot,these collections,waB,^a|y' 49,10, Th, WMtwTran^rU^e^^^^^ ri^pst iraerouiirti the.)b�ltBh-JMiver-has also glvW^iu^h oThls time. that they can dispose o� the rags at a i;ood profit. So much Interest has been taken In the forming of a home nursing cla.is that steps are being taken to organize for the winter. It was thought that when we have in our city one.whb has done so much for our boys In the trenches as Harry Lauder it would be a splendid opportunity If we could arrange to have.him address the women of the city. If this can be arranged It will, be announced later. Mrs. Brandow's class has generously donated a bolster cushion to the chapter and Mrs. Edmunds kindly consented to take charge of the sale of It. The chapter gratefully acknowledge the receipt of $100 Victory Bond the gift of Mrs. Colpman. ' The next meeting will be the annual meeting and It was decided to hold it in the evening so that everyone might be able to attend and to give nil members the opportunity to vote. �' '  � SHERIDAN-^JUSSILA At Wesley Methodist parsonage on Wednesday, .January, 16th, Clarence Boyd Sheridan of-Travers was united in marriage to Lilly Elizabeth Jusslla of Barons, Rev. C. B. Cragg officiating.'  .    GORBOULD-PROCTOR A quiet-wedding tobk place on Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. Dawson, 1617 3rd Avenue North, when Robert Gorbould of Burdett was united in marriage to Miss Clara Proctor also'of Biirdett. The ceremony was performed by the Bov. Chas. E. Crag^, Mrs.'Wm. Piper ot Foremost sister of the bride,- acted as bridesmaid, while Mr. Wm. Piper supported the groom! the b'Hde was attired in a dress of p�arl grey satin with corsage bouquet ot~ wliltb roses. After the ceremony lunch was seryed (tt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson, Rev. C. B. (^ragg gave a t^w words of timely advice to the newly married couple. Mr. and Mrs. Gorbould left on the afternoon train tor Calgary aiul Vancow-ver� after the honeymoon they will reside In Burdett, Alta. BOLOIER SPECIFIES HIS CONSTITUENCY pttawtt.~W. P. O'Connor,, general returning officer, in a statement Isi sued today, ^ald; \ ' "The Impression appears to have bnnn created in some quarters that the government is empowered lyidor War Times election act to allocate certain soldier votes to particular coiialit-iiancles as It may deem expedient. This Is entirely incorrect. The governmeitt, as'a matter of fact, Is precisely In flio same poaitlon as the opposition In regard to the votes of the soldiers. Thime he votes. Neither the goyprninent nor the opposition has pow^r to change the vote of iv single soldier ur ^o allocate It to �nv constituency other than that.whiob the sdt-dier has chosen at the time of. votlqg. The vote Is e report reviewing con-" ditions of the past year, and this will be well worth hearing. Officers will be'elspted for the year, and discMssion will take place on future plans. ' * ? ? : magnitude and importance em- the bank! reports recently pub-,/ llsiied. A brief outline of thes/a problems will include. (1) The assimilation of our returned soldier In civil life. (2) Shall our present economic system of seif-lnterost bo, maintained, altered, or shall ] some other system take its' place. ' . (3) The future relations of' capital and labor. It will be noted from .the above that thia lecture will bo a very import-, ant one, and u. large audl6nc'e is anticipated, ' Musical program' will be un->i" Petrograd, Jan. 18.fr The V,ech-erina Vremya, whieh reaumed publication recently for the first .'tme Binoe the Bolshevik! ,revolu-� tloni soys Alexander 'F. Kerensky "Is now In Sweden. The paper asserts that Kerensky arrived In  Swedon.early In December;^; V/ANT, BONUS AGAIN. Montreal, /Jan.  lfl.-rj-Abo�t-. 600 employees of the I^omluloii Bridse Company I are' on strihe because the voluntary bonus ,whlch Jiai* be^a, pa|d, tp them dui!mg the past two yeai's li'as: b^eu discontinued, - Th^J bouua Children Like Onr Milk and thriye on it It'is io Rich and Nourishing . tllvo your little one'lots of it every day. Nothing else will do| him as much good. How muoh shall we send you? Crystal Dairy It ;