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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1918 THE LETHBRIPCp DAILY IIERXt^D 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 An Cloth Coatt 27.50 HUDSON SEAL COAT. Plnost quality. 45 Inches lonB, 88 Inch Bwoep. Beautifully lined. A very rich, full turred coat, all of solf. S'l'T':.......132.00 Suit Sale 27.50 ONTARIO RAT COAT. Best Can-aillan rat. no Inches lorig. Full �wcop. Satin Unod, full furrod. Well matched sklna, A very warm and Bervlceablo coat. Keeulur $120.00. Sale . Worth up to $50.00 Some splendid otylea lett, Is boat plain, colors. Worth up to 945.00 Including crery suit In qtore. No rcBarvo. the 90.00 Skirts and Dr)!sses 20 per cent. Off .Very latest atyleB In BerecH, etc. All reduced. silks, Scores of stock-taking Bargains as well in dress goods and silks, hosiery and gloves, corsets and underwear, waists, white goods, knit goods, kimonas. coats, etc. clarke & CO, ji^ petti- THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 - 612 3rd Ave. S. MILADI PHONE 1224 The Misses Bawrtcn have returned from St. Louli. � * * . Mrs. Irving Wascr haw entered the Van Haarlem bospital fur an operation. . �  Mrs. Chas. Carberry has as her guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, and hor sister, Mi.ss Wllaon .   The are department of the MatUesl? I eiub will meet at the. homo of Mrs. J D. Higlnbotham, 620 12th St. aoiith tomorrow at 3 p.m. a  � The annual meeting of the women's civil club will take place tomorrow afternoon in the Y, M. C. A. at 3.30. All members are requested to be present �   Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnsley and little son left today tor Chicago to attend the motor show. From there they win go on to Cleveland, where Mrs. Barnsley and son will remain until May. �   The young ladles of Wesley church wilt sew for the Red Cross tonight at 7.30 prompt. Will the members please bring In their finished work. Tonight win be the first rehearsal, alter the sewing. ' Mrs. Shcard of Bow Island wan the guest of Mrs. Bateman last week. *  � The Ilebekahs will meet tomorrow evening at 7.30 In the Red Cross rooms for sewing,   � Mrs. McMillan of Oowlny, acoom-paniod by Mrs. Geo. II. VanAllen of Kdmonton, are visitorH in the city. .   The officers and past matrons of Maple Loaf Chapter No. 7. O. IJ. a.. are requested tc meet in the Masonic Hall at 8 o'clock Tuesday night.    The local council of women have received the following letters from the National Council of Women in Toronto, regarding a campaign of education for food pconomy: Dear Madam:- The food controller has addressed a special appeal to the National Council of Women In which he urges them to throw themselves with vigor into SUNLIGHT SOAP is made from the sweetest and choicest of edible oils and faLs. It contains no harsh or strong ingredient. It is tliepurest and most efficient of soaps and, if used judiciously, the most economical of soaps, uc, ______ St. Mary's-Tuestiny, S.30, teacher's meeting. Wednesday, 1.15, J. W. A., u..u� v..m..Be.ves wim vigor Into a I'f' f"?''^"'.!, TT^^^T\v^T^t.7^' campaign to educate the public as to J- A. Friday 4.15 J ^f'^' the absolute necessity of food (.gn. s sn ,rhoir nrac WITHU.S.COflG[l[SS LEGISLATOR OF N. 8. DEAD Amherst. N. S., Jan. 21.- Word hns been received hbre of the dnith in v. hospital at New Yor|: on Saturday of Hon. Amos B. Etter, of the legislative cottn-cU of Nova Scotia. ? ? .s. Washington, Jan. 21.-Dcsplto the president's announced determination to oppose the bill for a war council of three with ail his resources. It was Introduced in the senate today as planned by Ohairman.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 ho 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 his hands, and likened It to the at- AnACKSGOVT.ONIHE � RETeiATCAMAi London, Jan. 21.-The Daily Mall 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 Washington, Jan. 21.-Formation of an American legion of honor has been dis.ipprovcd by tho adminlHtratlon. Secretary of War Baker proposed Instead a "distinguished service cross" and medals for distinguished eorvlce of those other than in the military. Secretary Baker advised Chairman Chamberlain of the senate military committee that legislation to permit Americans to wear decorations conferred by the allies was being favorably considered. ...T..�. f� ,,.,f,n ,,n,..,u-vM. D.o on Tuesday/ tliat tho ^British higher St Lincoln P'^"" , army command had not been surprised HANNA DENIES IHE FOOLISH SIORIES by the German attack on the Cambral front on November 30, when the British lost part of the ground gained in the offensive a few days earlier. The AC i'J Chatham, Ont., Jan. 21,-The mUltla department and the minister of labor article says that the government, un-1 will be asked by the workmen's board der the pressure of the general etaff, I of trade to Investigate charges that la hushing up the InddenL while the, while returned soldiers are forced to Germans claim to have captured or de-' walk the atreets In search of work, atroyed 132 tanks and to have taken farmers can come \o town and take D.OOO men and 100 guoi. The writer positions In Induatrial plants that adds: should be occupied by veteirans. Many "A particular army^ clique Una had of the farmers occupying these poil-Buprome raillta:ry control fop two years tlons, it" la charged, secured exemp-and has repeatedly tailed.to fulfill its tlon from military service on tho own expectations and promises." i ground that they were engaged In the The Mall editorially endorses the work of food production, but Immedl-' �� '� � ' the atoly after being freed by the tribun- Montreal, Jan. 20.-Mr. llanna has announced that there might be a temporary embargo on sugar from the ____ ______ _________^ _ _____ tTn ted States. "Don't run off and buy writer of this article, tila'mlng augar. The embargo will be off In a Karl.of Derby, secretary ot war, and als left the soil and took up work at few days. Don't run prices up," ad- General Sir William Robertson, chief higher wages in the city, vised the food controller. of the general staff, whose removal it, --------------- Mr, Hanna declared that he was a guggeats is desirable. It declares the food controller without salary, never public would like to see a man~o( tho ato $4.20 meals, kept only one house-' type of Sir Eric Geddes, first lord of hold servant-when we can get one- the admiralty, at the war office. and the pink teas given in his home | -----:------ ' were generally "blue." "I don't care a snap of my fingers I for these stores personally, but I deny them 'because oxperlonco has shown they have hindered tho work of food conservation elsewhere." SHON IS SERIOUS PROViNCIAL RETAILERS ARE m ORGANIZING The members of the Daughters and Maids of England are kindly asked to donate something towards the refresh ments at the Whist Drve and Dancfl to be held In the S. 0. B. hall on Wednesday night.   � A photo of the late Lieut. Chas. M. ScaMen, of the 113th Batt., Leth-bridge Highlanders, appears In a recent Issue of London Dally Sketch. It makes note of the fact that he was a nephew of the Hon. J. Scadden, former premier of West Australia.    The new regulations concerning the returning soldiers do not Inform the committee as to the time of their ar rival and In order that the war vet erans committee may ineot the returning poldiers as usual tho fr'ends and relatives are asked to communl cate with Mrs. ChaR. McKlUop, 610 10th St. S, or phone 507, if they know when any soldier Is returning. � .  HILL-WILLIAMS At the Baptist parsonage on Friday evening, Jan. 18th, Lulu Maude Wil Hams of Letbbridge and William John Hill of Enchant were united in mar rlage by Rev. Chas. Baker. SHENTON-BROADWELL Taber Times-A very pretty romance culminated* in a very quiet wedding at St. Theodore's church on Friday afternoon, January 11, wljen Miss Amber Victoria Brcadwell, sec ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Broadwell, and George Sbenton, eldest son ot Mr. and Mrs. 0. Shenton, of Enchant, Alberta, were united in the holy bonds of matvimony by Rev. F. Taylor. Owing to a recent sad bereavement in the.bride's family, and the loss ot two brothers at the front, the cere mony w�^s a very quiet one. The bridegroom, who is a returned veteran, la the military representative connected with the Taber military ser vice tribunal. Both the contracting parties are very popular in town and their many friends wish them a long and happy life. The happy couple will reside in Taber until Mr. Shenton'a duties as military representative are concluded and they will then reside at Enchant. Mr. G. W. Anderson, chief organiser for the Retail Merchants Association of Canada for the Saskatchewan Pro-  _ Ivlnclal branch arrived 'ifthe city to- ' day from Calgary and Is now enrolling Chatham,, Ont., Jan. 21.-The four members for the Province of Alberta, day inviaatlgatlon Into the western On- This association Is incorporated and Ubis Mceh in tbe dit^ (Tburches servatlon and food production at this most critical period of the war. The president asks you to respond promptly to this appeal from the government. You are urged not to let a week pass before, taking, action to call your officers together and to plan publicity work to the uttermost reach ot your organization. Mapy of our Federated associations are already working along theso lines-so much tho better-but let us all, at once, unite upon this as the most urgent need, of the inoment. To be successful, the work must be undertaken with system, both individually and nationally. We have In the National Council ot Women machinery for national work; let us press the button of loyal co-operation and set the wheels In motion without delay. Enclosed you will find a copy of the points upon which the food controller lays particular stress. Make yourself thoroughly familiar with the facts given and then take means to scatter the information broadcast. Let your speakors be thoroughly informed and enthusiastic In their effort to increase the export ot food stuffs by conservation and production In Canada. Kindly call upon the corresponding jORPS CABEIS m. KILLED In Toronto Camp-Bodies Were Terribly Mangled By-Fall Intercession service; 8.30, choir practice. Saturday, 7.15, boys' club. Christian Church-Wednesday, 1 30 p.m., all ladles of the cliurch are ro-quested to meet at Mrs. Dunsworth's. Wednesday, 8 p.m., union prayer meeting at Christian church, Ilev, Hodglns speaker. Thursday evening, choir practice at the home of Mrs. Duns-worth. Saturday, 4.30 p.m., Junior choir practice at the church. United Church-Monday evening, Christian Endeavor. � Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Gotorth mission circle. Wednesday, 3 p.m., a meeting ot tha home department visitors at Mr. Westcott's, 1516 3rd Ave. N. Thursday, p.m., at Mrs. Gordon Rosa, 1019, 3rd Ave. N. the W. M. S. meets. Wesley-Monday, 7.30, boys' organization addressed by Hev. Mr. Marsh of Coalhurst, also meeting of the Campflre girls. At S.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, S p.m.. union prayer service In Christian church, speaker Uev. E. J. Hodgins. .Thursday, 8 p.m., choir practice. Knox-Monday 7.30 p.m., C.S.E.T. boys meet in the school room. Wednesday, 4.15 p.m.. special meeting of the senior band at home of Mrs. Chas. McClenagban, 12t,h St. At'8 p.m., the annual congrogational meeting will Toronto, .Ian. 21.~ThrcB cadets ot tho Royal Flying Corps were killed this morning while making flights In tho zero temperature. Their names are N. M. Milne, D. B. .McMillan and Cadet Bendicks. Milne and .McMillan collided with terrible force and evi-donlly tho machine ot McMillan came down in flames, as he was badly burned. .Mllne and McMillan belonged to tho squadron at Armour Heights and wore flying at a fairly high altitude. Cadet Bendicks^ who was making hla first flight, belonged to the 80th squadron at Leaside. Ho was about fifty feet in the air, but travelling at a fearful speed when his machine crashed to earth. His body had just been received at the morgue when the other two victims of the collision at Armour Heights wore brought In. The bodies were badly mangled. .McMillan, it is said, belonged to Nova Scotia. Tho machines were totally wrecked. , It la not Itnown whether the machines were faulty, or whether flight In the frigid atmosphere numbed the tilers to such an extent as to causa tho fatalities. DISCHARGED Potfiihoro, Jan. 19.-Fred L. Squler, a prominent citizen and business man ot Havelock was discharged by Judge secretary for further information ov b "he d in the^Vchool room: At 7.30 ^ ^V.xks yesteX hi tl^^^^^^^^^ suceeatlon. and im trnnH onnnn^h i� r.>_........ ,____.1_____. .u. "U>cK3 yesterday in tne councy court tario naturaligas.situation.closed here Saturday. While the Ontario railway hoard gave ho immediate ruling. It is Sylvester Rum'ng of Vulcan appear ______,_____________________ d before His Honor Judge Jackson in understood that, action . will taken p district court here this morning charg- by the Koyernment. Chairman Mcln- Ig ed with forging and uttei-Ing cheques tyre declared ^ that the case la un- and stealing six pigs. He was found doubtedly serious. He stated that the __________ _______________....._______ gu'lty and sentenced to one year on board might make a recommendation very necessary for retailers no matter each count, the terms to run concur- to the government that will afford a how large or how sniaU the business la Dpm'nion-wlde and/hai 'ts bend ciuartere.at Ottawa with Mr. B. M. Trowhern, Dominion aecrotary. U is thirty years old and was, first organ-Ued In the Province of Ontario. Matters of importance to reta'Iers are taken up all over the Dominion and if Tently, temporj|ry solution. Whist Drive Proceeds in Aid of a Wounded Soldier. and- Und�r tha Auapleta of the �. O. e.> by the D. and will bs hald �ttlttsd In the Large Hall of the S.O.E. pa WEO.^ JANUARY 23 'VVInncra,QffIr.stc:nd, second prltes will �aeh reeelva an ordar en JacMnn and Co., for amounta of $6 and I2.S0 i^espsotlvply ,^ � AdroisGbri-Gents 50c, La'Jlcs 25c : ; MI8?� WILL PLAY FOR THC DANCE ; may be. The fee for belonging to the Provnclal Association Is $12.00 a year and Is within the reach ot everyone. Many reta lera in Saskatchewan have received back mora each year than their yearly dues in rebates on freight bills. It might be mentioned in this connection that the Saskatchewan Association maintains a freight aud'tlng repartment. If you are a retailer, Mr. Andorson will be around to Eee/ybu.0. Dance and cuutribuUons jInV eluded. The annual school meeting of: W^t' Butte S.p. No. 2747 was held on Monday 14th January. Th6 treasurer's report shows that this district is in splendid condition. New trustees elected H..E. Sanuuon^ and Mrs. Wm., Ji/vrvle. 1 A Stubborn Cough Loosens Right Up . Thin hsmr-mkile rtmeilT U  w*nd�v lor quick rcsultu. EuUy wui cheaply made. The. prompt and positive action of this simple, inexpensive liome-mada remedy in quicklv henlinu; tho inflamed or BWolitn membranes of the throat, chest or broncliiiil tubes and break-in"; up tijiht couulis. has caused it to be used in more homes than any other cou.ih remedy. Under its liearmir. �ontliin;; inlluvncc, chest sorcncBS aoea, phiecm loosens, breathing becomes cnaier, ticklins in throat stops and you I set a nood nicht's restful sleep. The usual throat and chest colds are conquered by it in 24 hours or less. Kotliinsr bettor for bronchitis, hoarseness, croup, whoopin? cousb, bronchial astlimaor winter couchs. 'I'o make this splendid couch syrup, pour 2Vi ounces of Pinex (50 cents worth) into a 10-oz. bottM and fill the bottle with plain pranulatcd ausiir Bvrup and shake thorouu'hly. You then have 111 ounces-a family suppl.v-of ft much better cough svruo than .yow could buy readv-mado for $2.50. Keeps perfectly and children love its picaaanfc taste, Pinex is a special and MeWr concentrated compound of genuine Nor^vay pine extract and is known the world over for its promptness, case ana certainty in ovcrcominst stubborn coiichs and chest colds. To avoid disannoinUneut, ask your druccist for "2>,4 ounces of Pinex" with full directions, and don't accept anything ^Isc. Guaranteed to civa absolute satisfaction or money prompt* Iv refunded, '^ho Plnex Co., Toronto, Ont. Is Absolutely Safe It is clarifiec] and., pasteun2;ed. Crystal Dairy LiiQited 7207 ;