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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY. jTJIK ;T-Rri.JUmDGR .'DAILY PAOR :P V'J The Closing Pay of the JANUARY SALE I SPLENDID BARGAINS ALL FKOM OL'K UIMULAK ItKLIAW'iK STOCK. What You May Save by Shopping Here Women's HOSIERY .FOR THE WEEK END Silk Hoot'Hose In bluuk only. The greatest snap you've over seen at Uii3 price. On Siilcv nt; pair.............. Fleece Lined .Hosiery Black A Rood wcarlns comfort- able wlnlcr slocklnR. 9ftp On salo at, Hose. All simi pair 25c Table Covers, ut 25ov' A FEW FUR SETS TO" BE" .CLEARED OUT AT LESS THAN 'HAN- PHICES, T.s Dress Materials Suitable for Evening Wear 40 inch >Sill{ Crepe With ribbon self Blrlpe. All pretty miles and white. At alout rfv-1 Art ul price, per yard..........'. ty 1 Women's Blouses Ivory shade only. Newest styles. Keg- lilur value 12.75. On sale at (fr-i ('n Eildi 91.9U Crepe de Clionc AYsusts rcUuction In prices on all our (tn- cat Crepe tie Chcno Waists. assort- ment ot 5hauC3. fffi iiiKl values Urn- and 'UFACTLFHERS' PHICES, Hudson Seal Set for .CaiiadiairGooiLrSet tiSO.OO Sa b Ie Set for 55.00 Squin-ci Set 24.00 Jfhik Se( J15.00 Litiiib Set Toi' GOOD LOW PRICES ON THESE HIGH GRACE -WOOL', SWEATERS FOR GIRLS Quality Sweaters for i( 17.00 fjij.oo'' 3.25. TJiulcr Coat Skaters Small IJoys' Sweaters -1.25 Newest This; Sale-air v 'Navy Blue or wool se J an slZD3 uil lo hands. Goods IhaL-wero bought foi: Ihc' comiiiK spring Iratlc. .Thcro arc fiftr Hklcis in Ihc lol, ftml lire to Le'soM this :it tliii very' Ion' price. 5 Splendid Blue-Serge: .to lines 16 clear out this wtck end at- V1; 'A the son Avenue Dominion lilock We U IK ulutit dote an oiposfe1 of'llic Kovortimciil'a IMHIK- ling with (lie rifle contract was TJio government, callously gtalCK lliat ibc past la ro- sponslliro for Hie contract and ad- mils prlma' faclo Ku InaiUltude to- carry out' Us At Oio oaleel of thin vvar, of condemned and obttlelcj UTIC issued lo Ihc troops at and to the trlcla licfilnient-, U was sent ovcitioaej arul wliaf. tt'iis (tic rcpuH? Tlie aminu-. jiltlon did not and couVJ not uorl i Very chcai. 3'tj PONY COAT. One only, A f Hcmarkable value, 10 A Tttatehc'l Eels and Bep' arfllxi muffa sil 14 lo less than regular. LADIES1 CASHMERE HOSE. Special values at SOc, nn 7Gc, SOc and 5J..UU LADIES' FINE UNIpN SUITS. Special values :it J1.76. fS.25 uiicl up io CHILDREN'S UNDERWAISTS Special LADIES' WOOL GLOVES. Vnr- [DUS .'lie la 65c 512 THIRD AVENUE A FEW.GOOD WINTERS COATS LEFT To Lc sold at alniosLbalf Iholr regular Jfaiiy oilier lines (liriMighonl the. fully as great savings Hie closing day 61! thc'jamiary Sale. Washington. Jim. Increas- ing number of auloniabllo exJia prompted Iho bureau ot mines lo lasuij' n warning today against operating DUiomobilo engines' fn small garages ivlth doora and -wJii-, daw 3 closed. "hi the testa tho warn- ing said, "Iho atr In tho garage was dered decidedly dangerous a.tter (lie automobile engine had been run- ning 15 Tlio gas Js tarbon monoxide, colorless, odorless and tasteless, la'fixIrcmcljrMioI'iOuous. The dangerous symptoms of- carbon monoxide-poisoning conjc almoBt with- out ivaruiiig and. Jn .-a garage generally proves unless A. chemist conducting tho bureau's I tests ivias-cnnsltlerably affected by the I gases. TO SPEAK AT MEW YORK Ottawa, Jan. IS.-i-Sir Thomas.Wb llou. RoUolgho Ijemleux aro jjnoak on Canada's part hi the war at I a dinner of the Canadian faculty bt I New Yortf, at tfae Hotel.Riltniore pu I Iho InaL- am 1 111 I'-fii BIG. RECEPTION FOR IRISH-CANADIAN REGT.' V- Moiilrcal, Tlie taken lord mayor of Dublin In f orin- lily a citizen -committee to arrange for reception, of ,tlic Irlsh-CaiiarliW n'angcrs rhas been followed, according Vf-to Lhc Gazette's Ixinilon correEiiondcul' rjfirlc> Uclfnsl and other Irish JJt3 In.llio Hlrierary and subscriptions' (o llic 011- of -Ihc Eoldtcre, of Can- atln. The. clergy of I'rolCatanL ami .'.-floinan Catliolic criurrhea arQrarraug- Ins to hold Bjicclal services lor Llio grangers on Ilin 'flrsl rtlsitalcli toys. ay of (ho MORAL OBJECT OF !THE.GREAT WAR I'arta, Jan. Danolnux, In Hie Figaro [Hseusses Iho moral lesson of the war nsiregardn international polities, tlio'm'o'ral object of tills 'lie, jo-slipw llial.riglit must tlof t. imlnnle fore e anil tlial Iho fad in population, .clc., docs not tlio right to over-ride weaker competitors. 't mny.secm only a mouthful for he saya, when he ojijioscd Goliath he stands for rigiil. "This is the underlying meaning cf the nJllM1 rcplj- to Wilson.1' Itial one alale neigh- WHERE TO GO FOR Tinsmitbing, Furaaces, ifeam Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Jan. A t !puh- Hc rfnmonatraHon to .Iionor" "Admiral Dewcy al bis fuiiernl here oil Saturday ahornoon nsz being "planned today by TQrious Government departnienia.' Pub- lic ECTVICCS will be licld In the capllo) rolunda at H o'clock In the rnorriiiiR, Htul the body .Vwlll.b6 car.ried ak Ihe heart of a. lonR :fnncVtil cortege 'up I'enusrlvRnla ATOHTIC. frora the Uivrcy hVme; where prlvato- scTTic'cTwill bo lielil carlior. Hlgli officials, mjflshlp- nien from Annapolis, sallprs and ma- and olhei; army and navr units wjirbisjn Ihc procession. for- lha tlay sovenirijcnt.depaTrnients, "will close. Al 'nooii nil senior snips of tha navy, whereror they arc sta- tioned In the world, Vlll fire a salute of nineteen pina in honor ot Iho dead Flags Arc to be halhntiaL 'and the nnvy.biiildlnE'AlU to dnipcd In v The BCYcnlU.annual meeting of St. Cyprian's clmrch was held on' Wednes- day cveniilg, jn the auilitorium di the Y.M.C.A.'. iri'opcmii'g ttio meeting, Uie AV. ex- Hresseil liis'-latiafflQlIoii ill the-.v largo and tne various re: considerable progress hnJ been made In all branchesrof the Church's worh. .The Tectoriyfag' glad.--to1, mofcOjEpo- cial "of ihc" T-'ork done Ly Llio Sunday sclioql noir.tho his lory. .'-V- Thj following officers elected for th'c coming year: Minister's n. son. 15.. S..JacV_ i son.. "n.'G. titraker, D J. A. Hayr, Collier, .A. !ITar- ran, T. DouUi, W. D. King, K. D. John ston, J. Morgan, Dr. W H. Wellington. 's Tli'c business of tho. cvomng being cosclutlcd, a short musical progran ri'-ae indulged lu'..wliicb included a'wel reijtlerej iila'narorlo solo by Mis. U W- I-ong and songs by Mr. R. G. Stok- er und Mr. J..K. Wolliaston. Rcrresli- mciits were served by tho Wpnjen's Auxiliary rluring Ihc rnlerlaiiiniont, anil a very enjoyable evening'..was speul. l "FAGGED-OUT" WOMEN Will Find s Helpful "Suggestion In This Letter. OTCrworteri. run 'down I'triggcil who though couid hardly 'Iras nboul, nt by Mrs! Carter's experience." She am- (he mother of sir children and ,1 Got GO weak and'run down lhal 1 couldn't fttl anylhlne and H acemcil almost Impossible lor. no lo get around and ilo my wort., I tried different doctor's ri'iiiCLUes.ivilh out liencrit. 1 saw Vlnol aGvcrliseJ arid decidwl lo try ft, and received so much benefit Irom Ihe flrjl Ijqltlc (hat I 'continued lo taho ft, and It has up my strength and niadci-HIP and well. I consider Ylnol __ best medicine t have crer taken, "ami advise all weak, run-down wonicrt to try llbad, N. C. H nil the Urcil, run- down wonieu in CL__ realize how our riellclpu3 yinol] conlalnn Ond ccxi Ifvcr ncpfofr Iron ami nisngiueVe Rlyceropliosphntcs, supplies- elements necessary to bnllil up blood and strchgr.1i. we wouldn't he atlc lo supply deniatjil-T-J. D.- II I? in doth Am t.Co., Lethbrldgo ........LERlals In ntfAUici Canila, _JHo hact afWayi been end'oa "Ica-vlng mada honorary llfo member Q( three clubs with which ho had been closely lien-- tho Winnipeg Cricket Ciu'V ih'o Curling .'Club and.lha Golf Club. Coming.'-- lo Monireal la 1901 Mrl'BaVer; [reciueudy had., the f opportunity of meeting lila 'many friends, iq'fiha' VcoS'rGay. cliarjulcg periiDnalfty travo blm -a iinlflii'Q ,po3ltlop, ID' tha Company''' :qifUe apart frora Mho "rcaporisiyg ofllces yh'lcli he'held AEsisUal to the Assistant.Iq lie Prest-1.'-.'. "dent of th( .Company and AssisLint Ip. Iho Mil ;'M VY.R. BAKER i.'jvi'j iii !S1 IS Also al Ihe tn CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS OVER half a cetiLury o( acrTlce, as Lord eald In tinnounclng the retirement of Air. W. U. Baker from Lhe sccretary- of (ho Canadian PacIGc cntttlca any man lo well earned rest and recreation. Fifty years ago the C-'P- Jt- aUU a dream, out he was even then connected In a coDsclous way irltb (be road, for Die Allan LLno, whose eervlces Mr. Biker entered "In ISC5, hcs since taen nh- sorbed by the youDger company, and the Allant lock- active part IQ tbe for. the building of tbo railway. Walter Kcfilnald Baker, who wai born la Vprksblre, England, In 1852, only thirteen years of ago when be came to Canada, He entered the Allan Lino service, and remained there unlJl 1S73- when be. was aji'r riojnted local freight and passmier fcceot of the Canada Central Itailn-j? al Ottawa. This railway, ivlilch wm absorbed by the C. P. H. fa I5SI, had been Incorporated In 1SGL to build a rnUnny from Ijlte Huron to. Ottawa, via. I'einbroke and and from Ottawa, to Montreal. A further connection tvflh the Idea of a tr continfntal raUwa> uccura iii hts ap- pointment In the same year aa Joint mm vv- w? secreltry M. da DsllefcuiUe ot (ho arlgtoal Canadian raclfic Rail- Way Company, the rharter of whlcb rorcrted to. Ihe Canadliu Govern- ment. Mr, Baker, however tettipor- aril? left railway life In 1S74 I o be- come A.O.G. and private aecrclArr to Ite Marqula of Datferln, Gorernor- CencTnl .of Canada. From IS73 lo JS81, be was .vvilsiam FMireiarr It the Treasury Hoard at Oiiawa, bui when fimfios Syndfeala took UPI the wark ol complellDg the construc- tion ot the Canadian Pacific Hallway be left the Government service' joined this great u usta- Uot lo the general anperfnleadecf local treasurer'of Iha Western Division at Winnipeg. He thua one of'the actual pioneers of tbe G. P. R_. arriving at Winnipeg oo the last day-of February, 1R81, the sleeping car, which ba Western tier, AsalalanL TrafficManagcr; ,C, Jutterflald, Jliater and 'oel May, Sii per interment '-Three of hcse were wltb the St. Paul >lr. Dalicr Uifi'ltijEr.epta at Wonlrefll- On this crossed tho Keil .a- bridge, a permanent 'BtrWlure not yet having been completed, Winni- peg it tbal (fine tAd a pbpuUtiou of about and the ,work of building up the.rallw'ay iras com- nenced under-, distinctly, primitive conditions, Thca? were nloncerlng rtars In tbe Wcct, aid tbe C.'P. ,H. oITiclalg, owing lo'a which drbye them out of their proper quarters, at one time had to do their business al Ihe corner ;bl Portage Avenue und Fort Ihe Jpasement of a church. dent [190S-mGJ. in-the', occa'alon several visit "ffi ..._ iii.i, .were always mlrualed lo hU charge with, the t suit (hat .lie la a C.V.O. and many -valued orders, Ds'thaL.pI. he order oE the flacrcd Treasure, lowed by tno Frapcror of while ho, Is also an pf tha School. -'In-twa had purchasing agent, then as as an I la the gen- mRnfiger. The -ilaulloba dnt North Western' an of by Ihc 1900, X titra u from 1SS3 to 1692, when he became cere ml "His caid Lord Shtughaetsj, "fn, slralghtenlng out tha of the acquired pro- perly. of malerloj and bU olher muny ol them of an Important coafldentfal cborftcler, were performed singular zeal and Intelligence." During ISO) nnd 1901 Mr. Daker C'.Ied the Important position of exe- cuUve of the C. of tha people oil Order of St. Jolm ot Jenisalcm. By a curious Coincidence, Mr. Erneal Alexander, .who succeeds Mr. Bakr'r, is also.a nallye ol Ynrk- Another point he has In co'ui- racn hit predecessor, aimelr, a keen appreciation of, pictures, Ebowii by hls-iilembcrahlp ot the Ajtv.Club'1 St Kina- Club, and tbe 'ifontrefll Curling'Club. He'Vwas'quite'- a-'lad -.v'acu he came (o C'cnada, spending most -days In Hamilton, Ontario.-' went to school, jnnJ then service with the Hallway Company. In 589.1 Ke secretary 10 Blr William (rten Mr.) Van Home, "-.._ >n Prosldeof of the Canadian Rallwur- When Sir'-------- succeeded" TTM Lordl. y. Mr. Alexander remain- ed ID. Ibe jirealdept'a tng in "rarloua c.-iparltip8 until, July 2nd, 1SOS, VrbCQ he. was! appointed to till the office of ass [slant tro.vgUror. On August 20th, J1912, waa made asslslont EccroiaTT. of lha Cojipanf, anfl bla porlfoHo as secrftUry, on January, UU ;