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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGB FOUR- ^."'��^C-?tU' - DAILY AND WEEKLY V Proprietor* and Publisher* I^ETHtRIOaC HERALD PRINT-1-iNO:-:OCMPANY, LIMITED 323, eth r:8tr��t South, Lethbrldg* W. A. Buchanan FrcBidcnt nnd ManaglDg Director, John Torrauce -  Dualnftcs Manacor Business Editorial TSLEPHONE8 . 1252 .\isa4 Subscription Ratea: Daily, delivered, per week......10 .Dally, delivered, per year .....$5.00 Umiy, by mail, per year ......14.00 Weekrt-and lui. people are shivering because they haven't enough fuel, to I^Mep them warm.' Now what's* the world golny-tb Ao about it? Of .cpm-sei the circumstances are most" unusual.- 'The war has createdijthem and probably in peaice {JtlMes they wpuld.ppt exist. I� the world running short of-fuel? If so what are we going to do about it? It used to be that wood was the common fueL/ Then came -coal and It was more largely used. Out here in spots we have gas but it is not iii general use. The gks wells. may run dry; no one can tell tor sure. Here on these western prairies we have coal, lota ol it, but it doesn't seem to be ofi'inuch service to the rest of the Dominion. Science may discover a treatment thai will enable this coal to be sbip^d long distances and stored and it it does our coal resources wUl be developed. Of-course, greater development /will mean earlier exhatis; Uo'n of the supply. It Is hardly neces-afy for-.this generation to worry "about^ tl>at for we have undoubtedly plenty of coal to meet'the demands of & tew years yet U would appear however, that other sections of the world will have to be- seriously consider a new source f ael supply. Why not peat? There is said to be lots of it on this continent and surely what is good enough for the Irish ought to suit the American. And then electricity produces heat. Maybe electric stoves and electric JJumaceswlU take the place of coal. By the way It la the habit of the east -American and Canadian-to talk.ab-out the'terribly cold^west How about it .this year? It is the east that finds the winter cold and stormy. Out here it has ,been cold but not any worse than usual. ,We have the coal or the gas to keep na warm and life goes along as usual.' The west is not as bad a place In the winter as the eaitlthinka. ' OAYUIOHT SAVING ,j MAy BE LAW VET r A' correspondent taunts the Herald  about its advocacy of daylight aav ving, yet dayligbt saving Is more ot '�^(PPftJWUly now..than a.year. nr^.,twb , ;?ws ago. ,'A^t'pr detached .and flippant com-v|>inqnt;; with, regard to the dayligbt sav-4 ing-^;pl;in^ adopted in Kurope, we find l�nt;-'Jlti littbstatttiated, the ..fMt-UlSiiili*.'biifibt t9 *e i, sufficient 'JHsMflc^tlonJor.p889ta�>tbe'^lftw about ti^i:fcke'"Ptote'^ln cbniress. Next "...... gM||.mf'the"Uaite^j|t^tefl forced coBserva^lsm; orii^ven conveni-' tlin,e It doMn!t'require a preferential ballot to.�lect O. R..Marnoch president ot the Board of Trade. Hedley Milter, was aleeted mayw of Kamtoopa. ' i ^ ^ The C,N.ll. roun'dhoiise at'Portait La Prairie was destroyed by tire.' The official count fives Fulton, Ub� ioulst, 1300 Cariboo, B.C. A halt million dollars' worth ot (of-ernnieut stores were destroyed In a warehouse fire in Drooklya, N.Y, : Ti� Y. M. CvA. at-WelMhd was �troyod by fire. A Chinaman loat hi* lite. Boston licensing board ha* baaned cabaret girls from daacing' with mala patrons.  Mayor Hylan plane to creata a coal reserve bf a million ta^s for ,NtW Yorlt during the sUtamer. ' ,. 'vj Senator Jone^, ,WMl>i>>Vtpa, believes the government should 'clbthe officers as well 4s prj^vates. Senator. Wagner, bt N.Y. lUte would set a limit ol'tlO.OOO to aay gift in. a political canipalsn: , ' There are a mipioti and a "quarter tons of freight avaittng itewnara at the sLx principdl traiu-Atlantic ports. The British Honaeol^ Commons again voted acai|iBt spnscrintlQii tor Ireland. _ Ernest' RobiaaaaTi|,eceadi R, A- Rigg ex-M.P.P., as secreUry and Dusiness agent of the ,WlanD^eg- Trades "and Labor, council. ' ------..... The death took place at Doon, Ont, ot Roxa Bechtel. aged.�2, wife .ot Homer Watson, the well-ltnowtt artist, ot that village. S. Neutral aliens will be. treed, from military service. acroas  the; .^i^rden even though thay hava taken out; first papers'. A family of five :jjee4B IL-it+Z a year ior bare . subsietem^. laooqrdiog to the Philadelphia Central ..lAhor ynion. ; "' , . , Mayor MacKensie, ot Nanaihto, was re-elected by acclamation, rll.vF'- �c-Kinnon. of Ravelatoke. waa taTom Ukewise. , --^ ^ " : V ' ..The Cramn^shlpbuildTiMt jrardt at Philadelphia may liave toishut .do^ivn for':fack of labor.. Thfy claim .\[ovi emmiant agents are iteaUqg'thelr -men .to work in emergehcy. ahlpyfirdi;; ',A>''very aad Occident; qccurr.t�ntly Wiled when sha �truck Uie'raad-'7S fla^t below. She had suffered'"(mm' despondency since the death-ol a daughter a year ago. ' ' The office and bam ot-the Farner Truck Co., owned by'Johu McKlnpon, at 10048 lOlat street, ^moatbai'war* burned Thursday,^^togatliar^-.wltb' a number ot horsea^varlon*)/ **t(nfated at from 14 to 19, andlaied aTiinaBtity of hay and feed, hiirae*>,7aa|.caretu} perusal of everybody who cantMciirf a copy. It w]ll make excellent Sunday reading for tomorrow. We have said it before, but It will bear .repeating, 'that Lethbridge Is most'fortunate in having,a man of'G. K. Marnoch;* calibre .who can spare the time-t^'give to the affairs of the city and district tbatheia doing year after Vear.'' No'other city in', the-west is thus blessed.  '. When; making up your budget for the coDiIng year don't forget your sub-. Bcriptlon to the Lethbridge Board of Trade,' 'T^e^money is being well spent, None pf- it' is -wnkted. The board has a ScotcUpjan for president and another At Rb�iiiaad4^'. Plester i^a* elected m|iyor>v�r'J^'^.5Anastrong: ma)orlty Capt, "Bill'' McDonald, noted Texas ranger and penonal friend and'body-Ituard ot seTaral president* ii dead. H. H. WHttam*, Toronto, suecebda the late W. R, Brock aaji dlrectdf^ ot the Dominion Baak. At Nelson. bIc.'m. R. McQuarrle defeated Mayor Aanable by 70 votes In the mayoralty joatest. Mr*. D. R. Sbarpe, wife ot the Baptist minlater at Moose Jaw, died aad-denly. She wa* formerly ot Edmonton and Caljiarr. Ernest Roblnsba wa� elected aalarl-ed secreUry andbuslnes* ageat �f tha Winnipeg tradaa and labor eooaell. ta *ucce*slon to B. A. Rigg., , "^i' Edw.ard Siaiittr, aged 72. lumber merchant of Quelph.-dled shortly after taking shelter from the storm at the Priory Club. Sir Wilfrid Laurler, It !* aader-stood, would lUA to secure safe con-stituencia* fbrlHon.f George P..Graham, Hon. W. LT Mackansla King and B. M. Macdonald. Major A. P. Gardner, of Hamilton, Mass., former. c^egressman from the fi^ Ma**achu**atts district. ,dl�d at the Camp ^)Vhe*lar base hospital after a short iUnesa from, pneumonia. Alex. Bourbaan. .age4 67, .for,.S9 year* postmaster aad ' govemmeat' maaWa-ger at the provlaalal parllamaat buildings, Wlnnipeg,.;aAd^ an old-time reel-1 dent of that cM^dled suddenly. " The' BriUab admiralty- aonounce* the lo** ot two torpbdb^ boat de*troyr ers la a Violent gaW and a'heavjr enow-storm "Wedaeedayiiilght Tha veaaal* ran afhora' from Lbndon early in the war, and who helped to bring down Capt.; Boeike, a noted German flyer, l* reported mUilng. T>B. Greening, preafd*Bt''et the Pnira Gold Manufacturing Coinpany, and James Hardy, F.C.'A., of Jenkins and Hardy, chartered aocouhtaats, have been appointed dirbctors of the Stanr dard Bank. The town o? Port ^blborneR Ont., is the home of triplet* wearing khaki, The three sons of Edward Wegerlch, Jamea, William and John, born just a little over 20 years ago. Jack is in the Royal Flying Corp* and Jim and WiU b^ve joined the �7Ui battery. Tha son of the Rqv. Daniel Pbilllpp* Congregational mlni*ter at Newport, Sbropsht^e, a daring and reaourceful airman, was recant^ killed (writes a correspondent of tha British Weekly) aa-the result of an accident to his machine, and the whole'town turaed out to attend his funeral. All-deaomina-tioaa in Newport were represented, aad Mr, Phillippa waa'graatly touched by Iba-extraordlnary sympathy shown towafds him In hi* baraavemeat. But one Incident was prpbably unique. The Roman Catholic prieat ^sked Mr-Pbll-Upps if tlfefe would be any �objection to his having High .Mass la memory of the brave young airman. Mr. Phil'-llpps eagerly accepted'-thl* mark of affectionate Christian aympathy. GIRLS! HAVEWWY,. THICK.GL FREEFI lacrease .u^?*.u"*}'V.'^'�e^* that the following QaBidlaa;'i*iator* w�� awMdedJW i>.sI6?:''Jnigbt Sub-Lieut.,.'Normi^B A; Magor; or jioa. treat; Flight 8ub?uSit"^.^^"cBrtU of Toronto, andtnif^tBab-Waat. J. G. Manual (addrabi'^ot^raa); R6V. Dr. O^ipt^k^ram^imiio^BU pastor of St. Steabahi' Praabytwiaa church, v/Uaipi^.^lfk^^S'm^ Gordon, does: aot teaMiluaia ^a aalary boost during .w�T,,itlmbL'i4H|� ,-ri|l��e4 the congregatlbn'* I6W- '^^^ offer. ' ' u.i!! Two wpmeW wlOjlj i^ii^afia,, B.C^ and Mrs. Grace mi4well^rim|Bg4tb and 6th ot ti,o,9lMmJm^'l^ derson defeated ,W;P^J.N>:M�M�br ^The Jewi�ti:;yi(|g|J^�;j*ji(iv:th�i Hpn- Nell Prin,r&�>-^fM!barte4 in the Jewlsli.*ema^frf;of'Haml�h; be-' tween Jaffa and j|ru�alem jo^vsecret^ry-treasuror and they k,o,v S J>ow tp make the 'Bhekela work ov6r. prftCtloe ihirdr|r!^taie^tbeir ^a^u�, from: tjie ^oJj.�rt|^H >Ue (Krom Onr Own Correap adherents will be o��t for this meeting which will be of great Importance. A new board of manager* will also be elected on that data. ' , ' Open.New Ledge The wbrk on the K.P. hall has now been so tar advanced that the local lodge has decided to hold the opening ceremonies on the/'35. They are planning big things for that day ai^d expect to have vlaltors present both from Calgary, Lethbridge and intermediate points. In the afternoon there wUt be an exibltlon ot. degree work aad in the evening a grand con -12' sheets," 4 pyjama .suits; s 80 personal property t\ags,'18'totbagej 11 bed pun coverSwlCO hot water bag covers, 2 abdominal blindages, 28 triangular bandages; 1 both,robe, 3 pair bed socks, 2 pairs sleeves, G pair day socks,' 1 T bandage, 2 wash ' cloths, and 43 towels. x A good number of our young people went to Barons on/Weiinesday for the great dance held thoro. 'All report.^ a very good time. The fiirniora bf Nobletord are pleased with the'Btaudlng of this district m the amount ot grain shipped here slnuo the opening ot the crop year.  There Is believed" to be a good amount grain still in the farmers' hands and this, it is expected wtU'be slowly but surely going forward. / Mr. Hewitt of Wetasklwtn, arrived on Tuesday to take up the position ot teller at the local branch of the'Merchants Bank'hera. >x The Ladles' Aid of the local church held a meeting at the home of Mrs. W. J. Buchanan on Wednesday. A SATURDAY, JA!S,UARY ;i9,' tOI? mk,U^..i,.4J-i!."J'kl.i-") " " eCHIFfSTPF �'FOriD �,. Ijondon, Jon. 19.-Among the many drastic chnngos' f^eid ^arshdt Sir Douglas Halg is making,,In British heaquartorfl' in I'Yanco according to the Times, is the appointment of Lieut. General Sir HuVburt A, Lawteiico as his chief ot staff. Sir Herbert Alexander La>Vrbnce was born In 1861 and had been retired from/active service at the outbreak of the war. ,He served in South Africa H890-10O2 hnd has the French Legion ot Honor. His two sons have boon> lost in the war. The eldest son vrai killed Impaction In 1915 and the youngest, a Iteutenantsiu; tl)o> .Goldstream Guards, dletlin 1016 of wounds ^ecelv-ffl in .action, ' , ,f 'i : ~. ' ' , ) ' lyiUST 00 TO JA|L Fairmont, Minn.', Jan. 19,-Henry: Miller, a wealthy German farmer here, ipleaded in vaiu to bo allowed to pay a fine Uisteftd of going to-^jall vlien arraigned In district coqrt yenterda'v on disloyalty, charges.' "You have* iiionoy to pay a fine but you had none i for Liberty bonds or the Red Gross when they asked you. Sixty day* iu Jail," said Judgrf Dean. * A HOLD-UP, 1- Port Arthur, Ont., J8n-:;;lfc-^The Chf^ hese proprietors q( ^the, Stahley Cafe report that at three o'clbCTt this morti--ing, three men ontefci^vabd w|th rei Yolvers hold up the( twd , eiqiiloyebb hen on duty while they.''wjiint'through ^ i- - ------------' -irule for fifty jreara; Genuiee bears signature Small PHI Small, Dose SauUlPrlca PALUD PEOPLE ^mriRonnuS W II PRESBYTERIAN as\|a Knox Church Cprner'^h Ave; and ath Atraet 8. Rev. Capt A. H. Denoon, Paster ' Rav. W. P. Burn*, Acting Pa*tor. Regular services at XI a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ^ � 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.mvBig RIsters' Bible-Clasa 2.30 p.m.: ^g-^Brothers' Bible Clas?, 1.00 p.m.: Other Department* of.Sunday School _ . \. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. METHODIST ANGLICAN Your Hairl Oaubia Ita, �aiity In a Few Mamsnts-\ Try Thlsl \ , . It you care for hal^Ty hair, that glistens with teauty and la ,radUnt with Ufa: ha* an iBeomMnbla aoft-naas and 1� tluftyt-Mjil' liUfrQus, -uy Danderine. ' ,. " Just one appllcaites', do�btos the beauty of your halr,\b�sf4a� tt immediately dissolves every partiela of dgad-nitt; you cannot hatai;:')|iicai hfaTY, :iealtby hair it you bividaBdnitt.-llila destructive scurf robs thb hair of Its lustre. IU strength aoA Its;very lite, and It not overcaa^a tt' ^mlacea'.a faTarlsbBass and it^htas of the *oalp; tha hair roots famisk, loosan and die; then the, hair falls ont fast, �' Ifjrour hair has basa aeglacted and -Is thin,. faded, dry,., scraggyor too olly.vget a small bottleyot vKaoarUon'* Danderine at any dmgrstofa or-toilet counter tpr a few oaatit; applya Itttlt; as fllreoted and ten .minutes after you will.say this fvas .tl�^,bast,lnT�M>>>�Pt you ever made.s .>' vj ;W� sincerely beliav�, tWgHf^Xm of everything else ad v*rt|s*d, that If VOU desire soft, lustrous,^baautiful Hair and lots of It-no dani " bq^lp and no more must use Knowlt eventuaily-^why St. Cyprtan's Church ear. Iltn Street and Stb Ave, South. iRsv. Canen W. V. McMlllen. BIA, Rector.,. Matlna^U a. m. Sunday School and Bible (Cla**e*, 3 p.m. BVENSpNO 7.30 p.m. Holy Cemmunien-;-l*t and 3rd Sunday* at 8.00; Snd and 4tb^Sundays at 11 a.m. eaptlaw;-4th Bundar* at 4 p.m. LETHBRIDGE BIBt^,8TUDY CLASS The Lethbridge Bible Study Class are now meeting at, the home Patching, 1510 4th Ave. of Mr. N., every Wesley/Church , Rev. Cha*. erCrasg,^B. D., Paetor. ; ' Residence 330 Uth pt. 8. .*: Pareonage 404, Church Study 408 'Claude Hu'gh**,rM�i'*loal Director' 11 a.m.; Morning Worship: The Fifth Sorrnqre on theVCreofl. ^ s 12 noon: Bible School and ' Bible  Classes. .-V' � . : , 7.30 Evening Service: Subject, "Tha Unrecognized Good in Life." The following music will bo rendered. "I Win Lift Up Mine Eyes," (Clarke and Vyhittield); t'Saviour, Thy Children Keep,":(Sullivan);' "Praise My.SoubThe King of Heaven,'' (Ooff); Selection by Wesley Male Quartette. N.B.-Renewal Methodist'^ , hymn tiooks will be used -for the first'.time-,^ m, .  , .. , Song'^ 801'vico ten minutes before (ho regular service, The following hym'na'will be sung: "-Ik Morning, 106, 400, 81. -7' ^  Evenln'g. 195, 822, 372,'.310, 510,* 358. CHRISTADELPHIANS |.i*et,'ln tha Moose Hall; HIglhbethsm Block, Entrance ^tfi St./and 2nd. , ^ / Avenue South '  ' Friday at 8 p.m. If you are Interested i Wednesdays: 8 jp.m., Bible Class. in Bible Study come and meet with | us. You are welcome. No Collection Teacher, Mr..^J. Ra* SALVATlbl^ ARMY Adj. �hd Mrs./Hamilton, officers In charge. / Sunday-, 11 a.m., 3 and 7,30 p.m. Sunday School, a-p.m. Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p;m. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Corp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Home League. {% p.m.; Life Saving Scouts and Guard:) The Citadel Band in attendances, Sunday and Thursday Serfices.^' Iverybody Welcome ^ ChiisUan Church. Cor. 9rd AV*. and 8th St, S.' Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Cennaugh^ Mansion* , Sunday^,, at ,19' a.m.' to commemorate the- Lord's Death, and at 7.30 p.m\ to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom ot God. , ' . , SubJeQt> "The Birth, Life and Death of the"0evll." . , Alt Seat* Free r4o Collection PENTECOSTAL 1* PeNTECOSTAL ASSEME^LV S. 6. E. Hall, next Y. M. C. A. -Rev.'C. v.-Neve, Paetor.-,.,Ree.i02|�..19th Streft flprth, . , Sunday;}, 1,1 a.m. and 7.50''p.m';\;.- '. Tuesday hnd, Thursday: ;8 p;m'; v Prayer Service ut 151ii 3rd Ave.itjl, 'Saturday 8 p.m. . , . . , i . A, Welcome Expended to Alft'/^ PEMT6C0STAL ASSEMBLY ..Atv.Hci.'35vMain Street, ^alhuraty CHI,**. '^Iniofjetteif Passer THE UNITED CHURCH OP NORTH LETItPRIDGG ; ' Rev. E.-J. HodglnaiJ.VK?,; Paetor:,. 1271 6th Ava. N. -' Phon^ 1^59 The Pastor will pleach at-both services. Evening subiept, HOed^ivCbn-cern for the I'n^lylflUBl."''^  10 a.m.: Class meeting-'for boyN,and girls., , , , .� 2.00 p,m.:" Beglnner'ny-and. .Primary/ Depts. of the Sunday'School.!'' ' 3.15 p.m.: Other^-Dopts.'0J( WedVieeday evening,' TeatimbVy'mott--|ng at 8 vm. � ' ' ( ~ The reading .room is 4all/ exi cept fiupdays and Jegali^Qlld^ys;' from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, l^�/l|iJt)ft/ind.qutbor-ise4 Christian Science (|}twatur(| may be Tead; borrpwedf Qr3|it|ro|ia*s4.- The public is cordially 'ipylted to aV tend the',(i.hurch