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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGp DAILY IIER>AD PAGE SEVEN Great Savings Are Yours in CLARKE'S ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING SALE Continuing Every Day This Week JUST TWO FUR CCATS LEFT TO SELL AT A BARGAIN MILADI HUDSON 8EAL COAT. Flneat quality. 45 Inches long, 88 Inch sweep. Beautifully lined. A very rich, full furred coat, all of self. Regular $200.00. Sale ............. All Cloth Coats 27.50 , Worth up to $50.00 Some splendid styles left, In boat plain colors. 132.00 Suit Sale . 27.50 Worth up to $45.00 Including every suit In the store. No rcBervo. ONTARIO RAT COAT. Beat Can-adlan rat. HO inches long. Full sweep. Satin lined, full furred. Well matched shins. A very warm and serviceable coat. QA /�A Regular $120.00. Sale ... tfU.UU Skirts and Dresses 20 per cent. OH .Very latest styles in silks, serges, etc. All reduced. Scores of stock-taking bargains as well in dress goods and silks, hosiery and gloves, corsets and underwear, waists, white goods, knit goods, kimonas, petticoats, etc. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 - 612 3rd Ave. S. CLARKE & CO. js? PRESIDENT AT GRIPS WITH U. S. CONGRESS Washington, Jan. 21.-Do3p!te the president's announced determination to oppose the bill for a war council of three with all his resources, It was introduced in the senate today as planned by Chairman Chamberlain of the military committee and with the approval of practically all the Democrats of the committee who showed, no disposition to recede. Members of congress saw in the situation the makings of a historical contest between the executive and congress. President Wilson told the leaders with whom he consulted today that he considered the creation of a war council would take the personal direction of America's part In the conflict out of hie hands, and likened It to the attempts to curtail the authority of President Lincoln. -j. .;. .;. .;. .;. ef .;. .> .j ;> York on Saturday of Hon. Amos > B. Ettor, of the legislative coutt- > cil of Nova Scotia. ? .s. �:* ATTACKS GOVT. ON THE ' RETREAT AT CAMBRA1 LISH ST0R Montreal, Jan. 20.-Mr. Hanna has announced that thero might be a temporary embargo on sugar from the Un ted States. "Don't run off and buy sugar. The embargo will bo off In a few days. Don't run prices up," advised the food controller. Mr. Hanna declared that he was a food controller without salary, never ate $4.20 meals, kept only one household servant-when we can get one- and the pink teas given in his home were generally "bluo." "I don't care a snap of my fingers for these stories personally, but I deny them because experience has shown they have hindered the work of food conservation elsewhere." London, Jan. 21.-The Daily Mail publishes a two column contributed article vehemently attacking the government and the general staff in connection with the finding of the staff, announced in the house of commons on Tuesday/ that the .British higher army command had not been surprised j by the German attack on the Cambral front on November 30, when the British lo3t part of the ground gained In the offensive a few days earlier. The I article gays that the government, un-| der the pressure of the general staff, er head per month, while the people of France are on a ration of ojje pound. . , , . "The following are a few of She needs which your organization could well impress upon its members: 1. Vegetable raising-city lot gardening, and the use of fresh vegetables wherever possible in place of janned goods. 2. Substitution of other cereals for wheat-the encouragement of poultry alsing-pis raisings-bole farming- � nd seed raising among your members. .... The coming year is one nf ital crises. The last statement Mr. oover made on the question reads as ollows: 'Starvation on an unparalleled scale faces the nations of Europe unless the most strenuous efforts be made in the United States and Canada to meet the situation.' .... I hope that the efforts of �our organization will be crowned intercession service; S.30, choir practice. Saturday, 7.15, boys' club. Christian Church-Wednesday, 1 30 p.m., all ladles of the church are requested to meet at Mrs. Dun3worth's. Wednesday, S p.m., union prayer meeting at Christian church, Rev. Hodgins speaker. Thursday evening, choir practice at the home of Mrs. Duns-worth. Saturday, 4.30 p.m., Junior choir In Toronto Camp-Bodies Were Terribly Mangled By Fall Toronto, Jan. "1.-Three cadets of the Royal Flying Corps were killed this morning while making flights in the zero temperature. Their names are N. M. Milne, D. E. .McMillan and Cadet Bendicks. Milne and .McMillan collided with terrible force and evidently the machine of McMillan came down in flames, as lie was badly burned. Milne and McMillan belonged to practice at the church. _ ,vonW | the squadron at Armour Heights and United Church-Monday evening.;_______ ',,,,.....4 n ...li.. n.u ...i..^ Christian Endeavor. � Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Goforth mission circle. Wednesday, 3 p.m., a meeting of the home department visitors at Mr. Westcott's, 1516 3rd Ave. N. Thursday, 3 p.m. were flying at a fairly high altitude. Cadet Bemlick.3. who was making his first flight, belonged to the S9th squadron at Leaside. He was about fifty feet in the air, but travelling at a fearful speed when his machine crash- at Mrs. Gordon Ross, 1019, 3rd Ave. N. e(,' tQ ea].U] the W. M. S. meets. | His {)o0y ha(1 just been receivea at Wesley-Monday, 7.30, boys' organ- ] ization addressed by Rev. Mr. Marsh of Coalhurst, also meeting of the Campfire girls. At 8.15 a special meeting of the trustee board. Tuesday, S p.m.. Opening of parliament.' This ought to be of very special interest to all. Wednesday, 8 p.m., union prayer service in Christian church, speaker Rev. E. J. Hodgins. Thursday, S p.m., choir practice. Knox-Monday 7.30 p.m., C.S.E.T. boys meet in tho school room. Wednesday, 4.15 p.m.. special meeting of the senior band at home of Mrs. Chas. MoClenaghan, 12th St. At 8 p.m., tho r.nnual congregational meeting will bo held in the school room. Ai 7.30 in the vostry. a meeting of the session. Friday evening, choir practice. Baptist-Monday, 4 p.m band. The executive of the Y. W will meet at the parsonage at 8 p.m. Wednesday, 8 p.m., prayer meeting at the church. Thursday, 3 p.m., the women's mission circle will meet in the church. Choir practice at 8 p.m. at t>* parsonage. St. Cyprian's Church-Tucoday. 8 p.m., teacher's meeting. Wednesday, 8 p.m.. intercession service. Senior boys' club at S.15. Thursday, 3 p.m., auxiliary junior boys C. S. E. T. at the "Y" at 7.30. Choir practice at S.30. Saturday, 2."0 p.m., junior auxiliary. L. D. 3. Church-The relief society meets with Mrs. Ostluud Tuesday at 2.30. Subject, "Home Economics." Christian Science Society-Regular weekly testimony meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. the morgue when the other two victims of the collision at Armour Heights were'brought in. The bodies were badly mangled. McMillan, It is said, belonged to Nova Scotia. Tho machines were totally wrecked. It. Is not known whether the machines were faulty, or whether flight in the frigid atmosphere numbed the fliers to such an extent as to causa the fatalities. DISCHARGED Poterboro, Jan. 1.9.-Fred L. Squier, a prominent citizen and business man of Havelock was discharged by Judge Huycks yesterday in the county court on two indictments of perjury that ' | were based on his evidence at Deputy mission I pjre Marshal Rogers' inquiry into the 1 circumstances of the fire that destroyed tho warehouse belonging to J. L. Squire and Son, Saturday, November 17. THREE AMERICAN Torpedoed in Rapid Succession By One Submarine in Mediterranean New York, Jan. 21.-Authentic news of the sinking at midnight of three largo .steamers, one of them an American freighter, while a convoy of which they were a gjart.-was passing a lighthouse on the Mediterranean-Spanish coast last month, was received in shipping circles here today from Spain. The three ships were sunk in rapid succession by one submarine, but owing to proximity of the shore and a calm sea no lives were lost. The names of the ships were withheld. The American ship was second in the convoy. Sq near the shore did the sinkings occur that the inhabitants of a small Spanish village near the lighthouse were awakened by the explosions. They hurried to the beach and gave aid to the crews when they landed from their lifeboats. L WELL, ST. IDA A Stubborn Cough Loosens Right Vp Thin homr-marie remedy Is a wonder lor quick results. Eauily uod cheaply made. Tho prompt and positive action of this simple, inexpensive home-mado remedy in quickly hcalintr the inflamed or swollen mi'mhrivn