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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 16, 1917 fllE LETHBRITXJK DAIM IfKRAI.n PAGE Ottawa, Nov. Sir Thomas finance, mlnlifer. the morning dealing "wlllf a wceVs accu- mulation o( Victory loan correspond- ence.- Sir Is Betting hundred! of prospective veslpri. ij-ant his personal adtlce as to wbe'l varlotjf qf bonds to tike, r They also. In uiany cises, want to I condividend 'stocks for Vic-[ lory tiomls. It Is felt by the finance, deiurlniuil that the present campaign has been Invaluable lu that It has taught. Canadian people to Invest IB toads, a nrlely of security bllherlo almost unsaleable ID the Dominion. St. John's SL John, N.B, Nov. date St., John has subscribed I779.SM to lha. Victory loan. The total for New, Drunswlck Is Wolit.Invert Montreal. Trades and labot Council here adopted a reso- lution lasl'ullht In opposition to In- vcEtlae council lunds bonds. LOSING-NO TIME, Copenhagen, Nov. gary Germany are taking steps 16 organize a business bureau" for. lha oc- cupied regions of Italy. TJie Intention Is to time In (rranglng for the planting of vegetables cu'a large 10 meet the expected spring food crisis. REGISTRATION IN ALBERTA Calgary. Nov. the lod for registration lyider the military service act has officially .expired farms are still being received at the regis- trar's office. The figures nivw stand us follows: Reports [or for exemption Total TheSaHin DemandToday Are in terivs at CflfT- Bal- Today's tasualty HslB bring sorrow to anolier, Lxsii-.brldso home, rte: Jos- eph Verp. >'oV reported kill- ed In acllou. Pie. Vero's father Uves In Staffordvllle, but the young man Kingston, Ont., Nov. la support of the plaintiff lu ibe ac- tion brought by Slblur Mary for- of St.' MarysOa-the-Lake Or- {hiiliio, iel'HSt Archbishop Spralt nd (or all'.'KeJ asiault aud all- nooli yes- court resumed after lunchaou. the first witness tor the defence was placed on the stand, be- Mary Srallli, c'lalrman of tho orghlias1; guild.- She was followed by merjler of the guild, and the leltlnony ol boih was to dls- enlisted elsewhere than In prove the chirges c( sir'.er Jlary Ho has two brothers In teUibrtdge bat- uaall lual the chllilTcn were tery units at the fronf. Pit- Vere.was killed ID aclloh'on Oct. 30. Slockholm, Nov. .11. general strike broken out lu Finland. Full road 'lo Jlujsla A train. leailpg j Petrogrid: was" permitted Kf' conje lie leaving Toruej-Thuriday morn- Jus la cow held up at XJleaborg. Tele-, I graphic comrnunlcatron across Finland I still broken. I The strike Is due Ip-lae 'ivrusal of the bureeolse parties (a acknowledge (be law oj Finnish sovereignty adopt- ed July 18. The railway men's, union has" not yet Joined tbo strike. A rumor has reached': Haparanda (bet Premier Kcrensty. has retired from Oa'lchlna. Ths other day .Corp. SUwait Dill, who enlisted with Uthbrldce's first battery unit, was reported wound- ed.' He Is reported In tha mailed lUta today as having died of wounds. Corp. was widely known In the city. At due lime ho was a inembsr of the warehouse iluff of Wilson ami being shipper for the brewery. Ills: mother lives In Glas- gow, Scotland.'.'' Other ;Souihern -Albertans list are: Pte. Harry a'Russian who enlisted at jerous- ly wounded; Pie. Benlaiili Barton of Taber, suffering'from burns; Fte. Jot. 'johnstone, High .Hlfej. killed In ac- illon Oliver Collumbell Kelly, orthe Mounted Services, taken on tl'.a strength at Cliresbolm, wound- ed, ac'd Edward_ ot Fefnle; wounded. orly looked after at the orphanage. They precedfd'Policeman John -Nay- UNION GOVElMENT (OTp, ;SCBOOL AypjTpRIUlM Tues. Eveming, Nov. AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Speakers: SIR J AS. A. 1L. Minitter of W. A, BUCHANAN Candidate for Lethbridge MR. n WOOD, president of the 'U.F.A., will speak on behalf of i the Vfctory Loan. LAllES ARE KPECIAI1Y WVITEp TO "GOD SAVt THE KING" His tetter is Really Warning lo Whole Natiphi Papers newspapers {ojnmcnt eitenglvely on Lord Norlb- letter to Premier'Lloyd George n which he declined appointment ai nlr mlnlster.and'critlclied the goTern- uipnl on the1 ground that it was dally ns-wlth such problems as unity ot They prei Ion, who is a codcfendsni. and Is legcd by tht plaintiff (u have been Ihe agent who carried out the orders of the other parties lo the suit to have her placed In an asylum. Nayloa tes- tified to having acted on oriU-rs froia Dr. Phelaa, but thai no uodue force been uaed from tho time the i .er was taken from the oiphanage in m automobile until she was returned to the Instllatlon. lie told of getting Klslcr Mary Uas! downstairs And Ictoan autonjoblloanc of her scretma attracting t'aihor Mea Aftor they gof In the car. Father Mea took hold of Stster Mary Basil's hanil and kept repeating that "Kegls" (the mother general) and the man on Jobn- itone (Archbishop Spratt) aro responsible for thli. I Asked by Counsel Tlllcy, fa cross when he caoie Co the conclusion Mary Pasij was not an Insane person, he saiil It was when he heard her talking In the auto- mobile. Dr. Daniel Phelab, who followed, cald that Sister Miry Basil liad on oc- eat and on others had Eald her food, had been poisoned, but after obnfers'aifon with Dr. Ken- wfck ho had decld'ed that there iraa nolblng organically physically ivronr with herbul that she was er- ratic. This was.In'1895. Bhorlly be- fore the BlIeK'ed.abductton, Hie mother lions of was so severely said Mrs. 1 ArchieIlruhmot Yv'estNorthficIU, her little daughter, whose clothes caught fire while she was playing at a bon-fire. "As soo.n as the accident occurred I spread Zarai-Buk on cotton cloths and applied it to the burns. At first she suf- fered agonies, but scon Zam-Huk began to relieve her, and gradually it drew out alt the pain and soreness. We persevered with the balm, and it completely healed the burns." Although Zam-Buk is so splendid for such serious burns as is just as necessary for the little burns which are of far more frequent burns sustained whileironintr.opeiiingtheoveniloor, handling a stove lid, striking a match, or a scald from the kettle or boiling fat. As soon as the injury is sustained smear on a little Zam-Buk. You1 will be amazed how quickly the pain disappears and healing begins. Every house- keeper should keep a box on hand for emergencies. For cuts, bruises, sore lips, chapped hands and chilblains Zam-Buk is indis-' pensable.and nothing can equal its healing pcwer in cases of eczema, ringworm, scalp sores, ulcers, abscesses, bad legs, boils, pimples, old sores, blood-poisoning and piles. All dealers or Zam-Uuk Co., Toronto. SCc. box, ON HOME Vancouver, Xov. Sir William Lowlher Grant, and niem- BIG SUBSCRIPTION. I REG1NA EXEMPTIONS Winnipeg, Xov. was announc-] P.cgina, Xov. re- ed this morning that the Great West ports from exemption tribunals Inconi- bers ol his slatf, bare arrived In Van-1 Lite hail made an application for ?2.-1 plctc were 375 claims granted with S2 couver'and entrained'during the day lOOO.f'Oi) wnrlh .of Victory war Tills m.ikea a total to dale her removed to Montreal 11 had never been suggested that he certify that she was Insane. Ho was it. The vice admiral camolThls brought the loial in Winnlp'rg t.ilof 519 claims granted'and 151 refused out of 070 cases. Upwards ot M.OCJp This Is lire largest subscription- re-'men in the province are reported ,lo ccivcd so far. I have been classed A-2. from been succeed- ed In command'by'Vice-Admiral Tu- on the stand At "ddjourniueni. Mori Evidence Kingston, Ont., Nov. tho re- sumption of Sister Mary Basil against :ar control, eradication of Archblahop .Spratt; and others, Lally mobilization of manpower and Intro- i McCarthy, K.C., the de- duction of .compulsory food rationing.; fence, submitted that no' evidence had The Globe Bays Ihe gra.vesl 'of Ml been the arcbbishop and _ord Northcllffe's warning Is that con- cerning the .temper of..the" ,lhaj the" -American Ihlni, and think' that Great Britain's rulerj have muddled the war: giv the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corpor atton and proposed bis caE9 so far' as'lbey 'were concerned. -Mother General Mary 'Frances [leg. one ol the defendant, vas called This newspaper declares the sfatirl b'y'lhe 'defence. LShe said while addressed to tho prime had known the plaintiff lor sever- Is i'u' truth written lo Ihe' years thd 'vii 'nlwaj-s' on .friendly 11 'nlways', plain .i _________ terms j, her at Smith's Palls and their re- lations had' been' But Sister time talking tb'We adds If vc do not Ueeil it ive ihall de-r serve iny tale Ilia I" may Lerall ;The Pall "The pre'i-. ent gotenBtnent has'been "a; IJaMl had ihc year It would not too BigLen Vboj'lh' toon lor. the premier lo we ,wUelher 1 eioui enough and Bpent" loo much U cannot be revised In the interests ot greater- and clearer perception >ol triar is meant By 1v The WeslmlnsleriGueUe: -Bother uistlDgulahed men jhave felt like tlila'; bul-DDTie of them'hitherto ex- pressed sentimenti in blunt yernBcular or mide refusal ol luch higti office the occasion (or lecturing the on the shortcoiri- fngs of hli ftd rain lit ration. Those who malre others scapegoats ire al- ;waya In fear of belnfi lude iftrth the .Globe and the Pall Mali Gazette recret Lord iXprlhcllffe'a decl sloji. Many occasion to i maud lor stezdineES and compoaure OQ Ihe part of the lUteimen and Ihe need for more vigorous admliilAtrttlcm. There Is Sound Economy In Buying Good Clothes You'will get One Hundred cents worth for every dollar you spend in ii Suit or Overcoat of _ liny of the newspapers tjike to point out the nation's de- .IN VANCOUVER. Vancouver, Nov. total subscription to the Victory boiids In Vancouver was making a total of for the three days of the were brought to the con- venUon from KJIOI McKlllop, Irom the DapLUL .IHsBlon Circle by Mn. Trlpp.iand W.C-T.U. by Mfi.'.W. U.HaniJltOD.. Tha erealne eeslsoD iriai opened by, led by Her: Hotl- of tho United After a abort address ElTiiin'_by Her.- Crags, chairman for the ereninf. Mrs. preaideutrof the Con- branch, a most Inspiring, uil report of the. recent at'Toronto, which., was of especial the raemberia ol. lie coDTenUon. .'-1- 'i i Mra. G. B. Cameron rendered-a >TO- In a most pleulng manner. The ionE8 the band and the Goforlh Circle were much'-appreclated. The Orphans are Calling ANo'iifnEiiPoNBE THE' HEIECCAS ARE HOLOINQ THEIR IIVrTllE ODDFELLOW'S 1IALL- -'-7 ,t p i v 11 AiTFiinrn in Aftentoon Tea anrt Ice Cream'Sen'eo f'i MRS. NORMAN-RITCHIE AT TO LOCAL' BALANCE'TO P iv The opening session of the annual dlfltrlct.meeting of the Women's .Mlss- lonary Society ot the Methodist church was held it the V.M.C.A. auditorium yesterday and was .of .a mott Inspirlnf and encouraflng nature. 2fra. F. Adams. of Macleod, was the coning.'year 'by'a unanimous Vote after which Ihfl reports, from the district auxiliaries, circles and bands were read, these be- jnr unusually lallstactorr- One of.the fealurea of the session was the paper, prepared by Mrs. Bran- read by-3frV. Cameron on Consecration, of Mrs Taylor rendered a iold which also Yon (rlbuten to snccet ot the session. In the round table discoulon led by Mrs. of Macleod, 01 the convention, tht outstanding tea I lures were jdcts dealing with the work of the so- ciety. Perhapi the most of these one prepared ah[ read by Miss Ruth Ml'tion; on "Walt the ClTCle'mean) to the Ofrls an'd lu Hie louchfng on' tlonehlp which should eilit betireei Ihe circle and auxiliary ts being thai ol daughter. Mrs.-Ixirer lue'i talk on band work moil help (ttl.i-Mri. paper on "Haw every member ehnuld be cio Mrs. King's on "Know leilge 'promotes were .Yery irautn enjoyed. Sln.'KIpp give a map {talk on Japan and tpoke alia'oa the Mrs, t'awcttl gaVe 'a ifery taleretllnf talk cm tystimitlc .'elrlng. Mri. took charge of 'tie drawer. 6.34 a WiJquJt' vai la .'A'esley., haj when about 64 'tat down, Toi tan'.es were beiutlfullr decorated wlU (lowers and (nil.-, fre- of-Weildy Auxiliary, was hoa- less, Mrs, .Ualbvallh gayt.the tii-nrt of Hie regpouM lo whlok Lewis of imfl a little eitra in the Style, Fit and 'Workiiihusliip. i; They areV.tailored lo yout and i The Fall and your Great Clothiers now; of: the Great West ;