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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1017 PAGft ont In Delglum, Nov. Durlng'lasl night the British carried out .Ismail, succeaslul 'operation uorthweEl of Passemlaelo on the Qoc- Spur by which advanced section of their line and forced the tiernias to give up Vocation ftm, stroBfly fortified redoubt which' has scene- of bitter fighting re- cently. Tho. allacV was delivered on a very narrow frODl tor the purpose ot 1m- prnv'iii: Ihe Rrillab positions so as to the present line across Pasa- chcudaele ridge oue more easily nclO- Volition Far91, which was heavily equipped with machine guns, had liceo glvliik the trouble hi tho pait few days. i A cumber of prisoners were captur- ed In operalloti. the little Daisy Cafe HOME COOKING Hot cakei, and coffee.................. 35c HOT BISCUITS EVERY DAY. ROLLS TWICE A WEEK? Come and Bring Your Family for Sunday Dinner MUSIC AND SINGING COLORED ENTERTAINERS. 711 Third Avenue Aoulh S86-J Simplicity In a" monument Is effecttfft or according' 10 tne character- of lie cnttlng of tie stone. We see Bome'ot the Very simple yet highly etf ecl- iTe memorlala that have been produced here. If you are plan- ning a monument for yonr plot that.will.ba.artistic without be- ezpeoslve, theae 'examples of our work will enable you to decide oo a stone lo caeet'.yoar Ideal.. Lethbridge. Monnmeintal and Cut Stone R. Prep. Hth street S. Noy. moro witnesses for luo delence were heard yesterday In the cnso ot Sister Mary I'.i'H against Archbishop Rpratl and clUotB. Tho notion, which was begun oa Tuesday afternoon, will ho ended tomorrow. I Cuuusel for Ihe plaintiff produced I a note lu Ibe mluulcs of Iho religious council of Ihe yesr 1S9S to the effect lhat Dr. Cemvlck Ihet Sister .Mary would eventually become Insane. I Dr. Phelan testified yesterday lhat 'ho and Dr. Kenwlcfc, lu conrersatfon In Iho year 16C5, decided lhat Bitter Basil was unbalanced bul not Insane. tlr. Tllley asked Mother General Miry Francbi Itegls when Ihe uote saying Sister Mary llasil would eventually become Ineane was put In tho minutes and by whom 11 was written, bul ehe unable to lay. CouQiel said lhat he underalaod It had been planed to "dope" Staler Mary Basil on the nlg-hl of the alleged abducllou. The alslcra rharceA with having participated In the alleged ab- duction sworo positively lhat they had never heard of Ihe "dope" plot- Sister Slary Vlncom, who is a mem her. of the religious council, admitted In examination that plaintiff not (ho only member ot the comraunlly who had complained of "Ihe himself and government" of Uie arch bishop and mother general. The molher general was on Ihe sland the greater part of the day and testified lunt Sisler ilary Basil's con dltlon al the Orphanage was thai II W.-VK decided by the religious coun ell to remove her to Uie hospital o! SL John of Gml nl The ob- ject ID sending her lo Uio hospital was to receive proper treatment and to get her away from tho Influence of Father During her stay in tho hospila It comd bo determined if she was In aano. 1[ she was not Insane she couU he dismissed as an Incorrigible. Witness was convinced from he: own Investigations and from .what thi local superior had lold her t.hnl lhald the weight o( evl- cuce Bhoued that no violence had eeo Bhowo (o her. lie .described ar rot" ths. statemenl. o! Slater Nan1 asll Ibht the. mptbir (eaenl haled er tnd.wu trrlei; to get1 rid of her. hg counsel eipUineilhll rtuou loi ot-pirtilnji-Archblshop tlie ioi.- It nc aso hid been made out against His .race. W. N. Tllley, K. C., lo for he plaintiff Bald that the more one ooked Into too case the more appar- nt became the mollre tbat lay be Ind (be Incident of (he- nigh I ol Sep einhcr H. 1916. ond Inquired Into the re- altors between lite plaintiff and the lolher general and Ine [ilalnlllt and tho archbishop, Ihe moro one sav was behind 11. Mr. Tllley held hat the plaintiff wal lully justified n prc3enllag her rcporL He referred o the chacglog of Ibe healing EXEtciii nil asked Hie jury If Uiey over heard f a grealer waste ol money thai was nlendcd to Le deed folcly for cllarlly members njTal lad military forces are elig- le parliameDlary candidates. Tuo uesllon of Ihe of an ulli- IT. or soldier hai beeu online mucll doulj', m many consist- encies as telegram tor a ruling on ils and other PoSiita have been pour- g In oa the general returning offl- cr, W. F. O'Connor. K. C. -Mr. O'Con- or ba> replied lu n-.ts-i terms: "N'l-l- ler officers or soMics are qualified Oder Ihe Dominica ilei-ljons acl. 'hey are preserred from dlsquaUflca- Ion by ifclion one ind two of er 7 ol the Dominion ads ot 1915. elng Qualified last menl- oned act as members, iliej- become Iglble ai candidates. IMnrc inat oil i hey .disqualified at members lid so were Ineligible rsndliiaiej. Allj neoiberfi of the lorcfs are uow ellg-- ic forces are now eligible as can )le as candidates and qualified as In coordination wllh Ihe i scheme Instituted by Ihe UrltlEh gov eminent nil parcels from Canada to officer prisoners of war Interned in Germany or.Austria-Hungary contain ng and after, Januar; 1st, 1918, can only be accepted ward traismllslcn by the poslal sef rice If they bear a "coupon" Jesued by he prlsonera of war Can adian Red Cross Society, London, I land- Under Ihe sew arrangement the amount at fopdituffs may b, jent to an officer prisoner ot war dur ing four weeks must not exceea oni hundred'pounds. Of this total th prisoner! of mr-department 0'.lh Ranaillan Bed Cross vlll'md lo imtt [nloraed Canadian officer Including those iltichsd lo other than Canadian units not leas than six ten pound par eels each four weeks. The remkialn forty pound! ol foodstuffs per fou weeks mar In sent personally by rela tiros In Canada, tat each parcel mm bear a conpbn which can be obtalnet on application from. Ihe prlEoners' o war department, Canadian Red Croms Society, Ijondpn, England.' Tha rlgWs to send food parcels t an officer prisoner 'at war resls wit Ihe nut of kin, but may be trinafei red by Ihe latter "or by the prlaono of war himtelf to any person. It la advisable that application ihonld he made to the prlconen of war depar menl, Canadian Red Crosa Soclet) London, England, tor. Ihe neceisar coupons far parcels packed personal! at the earliest poaslble'monlent: These coupons are to be used d food parcels only and no coupons ca be Issued for. amounts under le pounds. II, therefore, 11 desired I uospalch a parcel weighing less Iba ten pounds an ordinary coupon mub ba used and Ihe pnr'col counts as on ol the four permissible in four weeks Articles may not be sent to ic Society for TOclosurg ,ln; any parct dispatched .tinder'the fled Cross latie The Importance of guarding atralni any mlsuso of the label canhol he tot stronely emphasized. 'Such acllo would not'only harm Ihe whom the parcel was addressed b would react on other prisoners at might endanger Ihe whole, system'i dlBpatdilus supplies lo off cers inl Parcelajfor. officers Interied In B garJa and.TsrVey come under Ihe nb to IheidJtf cullies" oj postal communicatiopVlt I not adylsahle many partels t officers, lii Supp'lle can be purcliised In Asia Is belter, lo.rerili.money lo the pitcoi ers rather. (haTa'send parciti, This to'pt cela conlalnlcg for office countries, not '-'an way, the present .rtgulatloili gfere Ing un (raiiBmlsjibii oiK CHANGE IN VICTORY LOAN- REGULATIONS Ottawa, Nov. privl- full reQletralion as lo principal and hai been extended to Victory loan bonds of fifty, one hundred and five hundred dollars Previously the lull registration prlvllege'cf both prlnc'pal and Interttt not extend la bands btlow, thousand dollars de- horrtinatlon. In consequence of this dedilon, the deputy minis- ter of finance haa requested all bankf to actept for bonds'Indicated, w'ih full reg- IttratiDn privileges, If to desired, by subscribers. .11 has also been decided to permit, subscribers (o paj- menta in full on December 1, if desired, upon the basis of the pay- ment figures calculated as on Jan- BRANDON LOAN lircn'Jon, Xov. lo today lota] over Ibe hall mill- The aiiiouni allocated to this cLLy uhen ho loan was Carter's yttle Liver Pills You Cannot be A Remedy That Constipated and Happy Small Fill SmiLl DOM Makes Life Worth Living BARTER'S IRON PILLS many col or less faces but trcitly help most pole-heed An opportunity to do your Clirlsi- 113 shoppW Victory onds. REPRISALS AGAINST GERMANY Rio Janeiro, Nor. iraz hag signed (ha bill providing lor cprlsale against Germany. A dispatch from IHo Janeiro, No- ember 15, says tho reprisals bill ag- inat Germany had been niloplecl by da chamber ot deputies after assent y Ihe p.tfiale.- Tho bill was given lo reclaim a slate of filego wherever ecessary to prohibit commerce wllb Germans, and lij'lnterii enemy shfps. The three iiire1 Ihlngs Ja eath, tares and Victory Bonds. VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FIRST CLASS, ''2M Imurlouslr fur- nished rooms. -One' htdck'from C.P.R lotel, la' (lie heart of the up ton n lecttoo, Room ratei: {1.00 The Wcrods Hotel Inder same ta BAHROM Vancouver's oi'dest .known loleL In bus- ness' secUon. (next, B.'C. Electric DE- pot) slncle rooms, Dc'ubl-, JI.50 W, D. Wood, Write for.' reaerra- Mona. VOUR health, your comfort and your economy for the coming wifl de- pend upon an efficient heating equipment in your home. With coal steadily increasing in price, the proper heating apparatus will play an important part in your economy budget A furnace or boiler thai delivers Ihe maximum heat units out of your coal supply can save you many "dollars'in coal bills and doctor bills. First economy is always the bost. Let us examine your furnace or boiler row. Probably with a small repair expense It can be made thoroughly efficient. Or, If you heed a'new equipment let us estimate on installing it for show most modern and Improved heating systems as consume and furnish an evenly distributed eaiily regulated heat throughout the house. We will minimum cf coal WALKER HOLBERTON PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING. .._'. J PHONE 521 SIS FOURTH AVE. S. Buy Victory Bonds you nave tke Dominion of Canadsa B.UY A STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILE YOU HAVE ONE OF THE OLDEST AND STRONGEST CORPORATIONS.ON THE AMERICAN CONTINENT BEHlNDTOU. Just a .Few Suggestions that are Worth '.Serious Thought to .Prospective Buyers IJOur 1918 announcement vvill appear in a few weeks. Real 1918 models, not rnorJels you were led lo believe models, -.6 -nionlhs before the close of the v ''VK tected by a service slation that carries every jpart of your car, Jf If you a car that-is not protected by'? real service station and after nmriiiig it a year.or Wo How.would .you like to. wn a'car tKat you had you yvant to.trade' it'in for a n'ew 6rie-or sell it, to.tie up for a'month or six weets'waiting (or What is the iirst thing to be'cpnsidcredlby_'the pros- some part that had given accident- peqtive can I get it? I( ally Ijfpkeh.AccJdents'arenvimerous now. parts are not obtainable aside from the usual percent, in fJjThat s what happens tp.ypu if.you are not pro- value. In fact the man; it at all is foolish. What has done iir the .United States Studebajtef..to'lsell. lo Ten same service has been arranged for Stude- timcs as many 6 cylinder cars as any other manu- baker owners ift lhat we feel justified facturer whose car lists at :or over. in saying, ;