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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, -NOVEMBER 10, 1917 LETjmnmriB HTUULD I'Aliti BUY YOUR STUDEBAKER WITH VICTORY BONDS THE Studebaker Corporation of Canada will accept VICTORY BONDS at full face value as payment for Studebaker Cars during the VICTORY LOAN campaign. We want to do our part in keeping the wheels of industry turning, and at the same time STUDEBAKER will be making the Best Possible Investment--Shares in Canada's Future Buy a Studebaker and Help Win the War 414 6th JTREET LETHBRIDGE STANDARD OF CANADA MEAD Omce1 TORONTO We advise the purchase of Canada's Victory Bonds safe and profitable investment in addition to beioj a help to yourcounfry. Aiy BrWhof tail Bwk will tukmiftio, j. a SCOTT, C. F. BLETCHEK, MtMcer, 4A Ararat Soalk. C, N. R. EARNINGS. Montreal, NOT. P. n. earn- ings weefc ending November were Increase VANCOUVER HOTEtBARRON FIRST CLASS. ZOO lumrlouBly fur- nlEhed rooms. One block from C.P.R. la the heart of the up-toira business section. Room 11.00 and li.sd only. TheWoods, Hotel Under MmD management as BARRON VancovTer'a oldest and bestrknowii hotel. In the heart of down-town bus- (uext B.. C. Electric De- pot.) Single rooms, J 1.00. Double, (l.Gb W. Wood, Mgr. Write for reierva. tfons.-' V Wo Nov. Argen- tine minister called on .Dr. Nllo Brazilian foreign .minister, today end Informed him of.the Inten- tion of tho Argentine -government to send a cruiser to Rio Janeiro next week as a mark of friendship.toward Draill, The conference -was most cor- dial and Dr. i'ecanaha-pralscd Ihe pa- triotism of President Irlgoyon of Ar- gentine and his direction of the poli- tical affairs of his coun'.ry. boys'icad regislfrred.rfbr-'lhe' boys''con- ference beliie' held these more wereV- from points. .Practically delegates.'to' .the .convention' 'Owaa Hill-ihij morn-- ing for the session which ,was' of. a distinctly practical nature, so arrang- ed, as'to give the vlsllora an oppor- tunity of seeing how the. Snnday school class tiiay 'be made the foun- dation ifor the broader Wort'of the 0. S. E. T..' The Big Brothers CSa'ss of Knoi chnrch provided the demon- stration. iTwo classes were conducted In fall view ol the: audience. classs, under President Norman 'Illg- inbotham, conducted Its Sunday, pro- gram and thBn Its regular Wednesday 'meeting. The work of the boys was smart and elicited great enthusiasm. Tho midweek meeting demonstration w'as especially Interesting. Al rthls meeilnc It was decided that owing to war llrhes, the annual class banquet thrco weeks hence should rind a menu of beans, -brown bread and by Dr. Meyers. the morning: Interesting ad- erfl delivered-hy Rev. Canon JahieSj'on "The Boy and the and'by. B. Scrulon of Calgary. on "A Irainlng-'tor older "Canadian Boya.'--' At noon a. large. conference photograph was taken. Two sessions will.occupy the entire OlIawaf.Nov. to the annual report of- .the inspectors, of penitentiaries for. the fiscal year end- InK ilarch .31 last, the number of cou- Ivlcts In custody on that dateiras as" couipareil with on the same dale In 1916! The average daily popu time of the boys "on Saturday after noon.'The afternoon' session mostly In the hands ot Storey w'ith.'.a 'demonstration of. C. S.- E..T. group games at Uie.-Y.iM; C. A. as a feature. The cvcKlng session take .the form of a bano.net at the S. 0. E. hall with J. D.'WIIfcie as chair- man. ''Sunday.atteinono'a mass meeting will be held In Wesley church at 4.15 open to all boys bf'H or over. The address will be by J. W. Storey on "Tho Making of Manhood." The farewell meeting will be held In Church on Sunday evening to which the general public Is Invited. ,-r. latlon nl Ihe Tarlous penitentiaries was ns'follows: Klngslon, 570; SI. Vincent De Paul, tej; Dorchester, 210- Drltlsh Columbia, 337; 1S1V Saskatchewan, 125.' The penitentiary population included Roman Calhollcs, 3SO. Aiigllcaiu, terians, 205! Methodists, 101 Baptists', a! Lulhcraiis, 52 'Greek' 7 kCongregiUlonQllsts, 7 members o[ thtt Salvnllon'Army and-IS ot oilier Chris- Snort addresses be given, by Dr. loothp cks. At this class J. B. WllMe i Meyers. Hey. j. p. Westman and 1. Vf class gave the Bible study 1 Storey. Conference reports will be re- adrtress on Chrfsl as Big ceived. Sunday night boys wll! pnd Mayor Ilirdie gave an address on acatler for their homes.-. No Great Rush To Regisfer In fpr Last Day There hive been reports recently, of friction between Argentina and Brazil, It even having been rumored that Ar- gentina waa mobilizing troops near the border. A revival at the old boun- dary dispute WM illd to have caused friction. Tho eTpected rush for Of these 23 secured enempllon OF CANADA aMaHe Featare to tJwt tf bnt. 'dies, the just 'when they are likely furylvor can wllhdraw'the .'fcmaBfy-. V (RANCH F. V.'Cavtri, did not materialize at the.poat office on medical tiro were grant .here today.- Hamly Is all i prepared hut wllh 52? mei regWiercd [to date.1 there Is not much likelihood of a last mfnnte rush. Of the reglalered 40i'applled for eietn and 118 for Bervlce. The cxempllpn trfbunal Is-basy again today-considering (he of men niaklng Iti'tee- son. One man who eil raertlcally the' havlng.one arm' shdrtcf tho''oHi- lion oii .Ihe ground of'supporting, hto molhor, but ,the exemption wia'u''' fused, mother wo.uln more, from sennrallon Patrlollc Fand.'lf tian 'c.reods. i' habits" o[ Hie convicts are described as follows: Abstainers 376; temperate and Intemperate 734.' 0( the convict werot Canaulana, 169 were born in Enfilamll 40 In Scotland and In Ireland. Jlarrlcd 'peoplo In duranco numbered 677, single widowed 79 and Oivorceil 4." i Prisoners between the ages' of 20 and 30 were In the 'majority, nmnber- Jng 341, Kb less than 212 youths im- dcr 20 years of'age were In confine- ment. Only silly sisty years'or Convlcls who'could read and write numbered and the Illiterates 100. The numbervbf. paroles, granted was 42S. Ninety four out ot every hundred of the parole convicts, have, according to the report "held Inviolate Iho honor fireV" prevent Ihls conilitlon the small sct'scrdw'or piiie plug-'which is :-5crctt-pd the starter clutch" hub slfould'.be. removed, ihen -S'quiH about Iablespoonfnl i ot cylinder oil .inlo not forget lo. replace the-sct. screw.--The aoove .operation should every thousand be' repealed STRIKE ENDED .Winnipeg, .Nov. men In the commercial classes who stoppc'd'.work yesterday in the Tuxedo convalescent liorne reported for .work as usual to- day.' The strike' at an end. I '.JUDGE' MciNNEs' NAMED. 9.--W.' B. Mclnnes, former county Judge; tonight received nomination'at1 th'e' hands of the straight-Liberals to contest Ihe Do- minion seat from Vancouver Centre. He Is also contesting the Comoi-Al- berni riding against S. Clemenls: or .their parole and finished their pro- baU6n, a credit'; to themselves and 1 were.con'wier-