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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ilili � ' ^^^^ ^e:' fHE LETIjr^ftlDGE DAILY HERALDl , f;f/^^:^�>�w>;'T-tfJ�^^�v�'�^��^"��"'��;'*!^v^ ,-.V,.,j"* .� . tVEl^NESp^Y/ >fOyEMBg:R 20.1918 p;3�Mrw^�'1N>-Alth:!(HlSi8''the >IocaI baaK bas been closed ^'li;�lki:Maouni-of,;iUne8Siof sthafsiaaager ^Ma~.'othei-'}natkni!W^!t'''^t;oUM be sited It �ia?^9areQt that eume still coming In �^)li�*�irB0uUiern Alberta's total to ;'�r�iij a more creditable figure than mltwidr SSiiouaced but it Is i>robable �o-iurthlEb official slateiaent of the moiint \^ill be made, until all returns r* complete. MTEO SOPHIA SealUe. Nov. 20.-Under the head of wbat might "be termed "Important it true," comes a atory from Uldah,' Cal., of the only sujnrivor of the AVTBCk of the steajn�hip PtindieeB Sophia. The' relwrt; is ..contained (n- 'ihe tirstvpara-, graph""slory" in tlie tjilah Prert and has to do tfltli one Mfss Vlenne Field, �who is said to bave written W. D. L. Held, an attorney ta.Ifkiah that'she "suffered no 111 effects of the peHl-ons' experience, except a severe cold Contracted from being many hours in tlie icy water." � ' Tbe-steamship company officials ^sny there were no survivors of the disaster, nor does the name of .Mjss li'ield as��er on the. passenger list of the Jll-fatedveMBl: According to tht story. Miss Field will resume her journey sto her home In Potter Valley. Cal.. "as soon as she racovers from the ordeal." The-letter was ivrltten. fvoni Seattle." A Li WF mm Prewrted I9 'fralf-a-tives" SENATOR CHOQUETTE ATTACKS BISHOP ftcr. Purcell. head of the house itH 'studies,. Assumpiion College. Sand-,irich, Ont, died from the infltienza. RECUPERATION. Irfthe ^ fefce. of the.bo4r. dipkMin the Unisiieindi acute iiiitMipepMadi vnk upon siqier- _______The i>odlr to be aottiilMd back t� iabcoglh and ponce; 1 SCOTTS EMULSION pure, KriwleMne tonic-food, and streaRthens by^^ laMridnng Ibe �faefe syateM- Cok %mif, UocMl.aad nmcs. \lB aGrttaB*wa(;.TlDnate.o)rt. VHt Because Latter UsedrPrayer Offered When Nephew Was Overcome. , SSMAleoHMoviSr., Hdjx, Qim. ' ;; "In my opinion, bo other medicine is so good as 'Fruit-a-tiTea' for Indigestion and Constipation. /' 'For years, Lsuftbred with lhe�� dreaded diseases, trj'ing all kinds of treatments uuul I was told I was incurable.  One day a friend told me to try rruit-artiyea'. To my surprise, I found this medicine gave immediate relief, and in a short time 1 was all right again". ^ ' DONAT LALONDE oOc. a box, 6 for $2,50, trial site 23c, At all dealers or from ?"ruit-a-tivej Limited, Ottawa. Quebec-An attack on the Anglican Bishop of Quebec by�Senator P. A. Choguette has aroused considerable indignation here. In reporting a service .for peace held in the Quebec Cathedral, the Quebec Chronicle noted as a matter of historical interest that the prayer recited by the Bishop at the service tvasvone.that.was offered in th'fe atthedral 10* yearsago, when victories were obtained by the forces of the allies against Napoleon leading up to tKe catastrophe of^Waterloo. This paragraph aroused the ire of Senator Ohoquette, who, in a letter to The Chronicle, wrote in pai* es follows: "Do you not think that common decency, under the present circumstances, aught to have prevented the Bishop from reciting the prayer abo-va mentioned, and. especially so because that Yictory of the English army was only obtained by .the help of ^Bleucher and his Oertnan sol-diers?" : �.. , The Quebec Chronicle commented, in ^part, as follows on Senator Clio-quette's letter: "Everj- rational person, we are convinced, will - find ilifticulty in crediting that a man of mature years, a legislator and a Judge, could be guilty of spleen upon such flimsy grounds as the recital of a prayer for victory which. had' previously been offered in the" sacred edified during the Napoleonic waits. "^^^Jile no direct complaint is made, we are led to infer that en insult has been given to France. Were there less far-fetched grounds for grievance it would still be on act of dubious spirit.- to. inflame local differences and dampen national enthusiasm^ at a''moment whicli should be devotefJ to united and solemn thanksgiving for a great deliverance, and we trust that Seilator Cho-quette's 'humble protest' will receive as little serious attention as'it de-s^es. ,� I ly CARRIED 45 PASSENGERS. Paris, Nov. 19.^-A liuge airplane carrying 45 passengers flew over Paris . yesterday. Tl^e machine started from*] Combes-la-Ville, iB miles from the*cap-ital and returned without a hitch; LIVING ROOM ^FURNITURE - ilEOROOM FURNITURE ^WDEN ROS. AVENUE aOUTN; LCTHBRiOftE phone C2S DEN ALIBRARY /FURNITURE DININQ ROOM FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES ....._ CARFETS LINOLEUM illil Christmas Gifts Tiy^R^^hm tKe^feimily circle--ox from frienil to family-is one which gives I'^.f ; A'Wilt , Bi�7BftU'makes of records, equipped witb all the latest fiStTiei^s/'aplioBOIErftPbtb&t satisfies the ;moBt exacting. To see Xsnd'^isir t^^ vlU be a profitable experience. It is :ii'Tr.7L:^r^r^.-^y..r^:'':r'^yrr��'^":. T'^tt ue � promame experience among Did N6b|y>^AH6 Surrounding Countr>-^Xa% Beef Sliip- CardSton, Np^vT 20.-ewn orT �^ - l-^: rx-.----- Qoiaon'Woit pr^uoU ^ou'aW CoupoM will bo found on the followinfl; Reyal.'Crewn Soap. Qoldon W�H Soap, Royal , ^'^n^ j.Q""*" Royal Cj^wn or Golden .Wo�t Po%�dorod AiW, ' monia, WItehHjwol, Toilet foap. Here aro  f^ of our promlumo- Na.!71-one DAY MkARM clock. Made by one of th* rbest niaKers.. In America. - � � � beU on .This premium .. _ _........ ... surance Mail without.extra coat to you. : ��-THE CmtETTE SAFETY /razor SET. Morocco Krain-Washer lease-. triple sllveiySlated, fiilly jpior-"> � anteed. Tht^ Bet^iiioViides 12 Olllotte Bator Bla��i. Btftail price |5.�0. No, 0917--B 0 t T E r DISH. High class, silver plated. -Home 8hape4 tdp, glass lined, bright ^ ,, . finish;;', A, �fr�t olaa� /W� wUI send th�^,lpremium by,to- arUole.' r '..dranT Mall without 'exti-a cos. t. * >,j,,^j ^ y .wrapper*, . Nickel plated, with alarm' Spoclol Price-- - JlS?i;,1ni rH'^LJi'/'JfV"'- wrappers or L�i will he sent,by In- fa.TB and joo wirappors. I I__ .CHRISTMAS ,18 COMINO-rWiiU at oneo for B|6_F,REE l^tREMIUM BOON.. Montiarf'^hToNpapor wh�n'WrUinjV- � ' h-\ '/j.'.i^-, The ROYAL CROWN SOAPS, LTD., Calgary, Alta. .; . ( PREMIUM.8Hd>' AT t^7 FIRST STREET EAST. , > . i had of the business ^ done \,on this branch andvlt could be shoVn Uf'at a big revenuB^Is-derivfed arid, allffnnelr train services Vfully whrirante'd. 6igger;than our government Is {the natural conclusion-espeplally,:lti'vi�Jw;:;;of'.recent appointments'to the railway- commission. When. t^e producing v classes combine to work out their; economtc^ll salvation through electbg^'meniwho will equaliise the burdens ,and'nuikeTthe big concerns, thppe whp^are\;abIeito,.ijtand the taxes-bear tbeWJ^e-mayjhope,for some measure oj relief?'? ;The?lIme-is-coming. . >  >J.' STREETS FLOODED Quebec, Nov. 20.-rAll the water front was again flooded yesterday afi temoon and even St. P�ier street, Quebec's Wall street, was flooded Just at the time business officers were closing. Among the people that had to leave their o^ffices in canoes was part of the staff of the American consulate here. It'is estimated that the material damage in wholesale, stores here through, the floods, of the past two BANDITS CAUSE TERROriN QUEBEC terettingly of* the celebrationi at the time news of peace was received: "At 12.30 a.m. our time'the official word ij flashed ;over the "wires, and it was the signal for a cyclone.^ It is now 4:30 a.m. (about 7 a.m. your time) as 1 write this and San Fraucisco is wild-r4 ^ome dO fire depalrtmentE are out dasb-.ing.down streetsi clanging belle, blowing whistles, etc. The parade ;which commenced about 1 a.m. has not yet ; passed the office, it is miles;, long.i i About a quarter of a million 'people jare out in antes with everything that [ can make a noised B. ,^watting soldiers stationed there have had the families mSdc-Help-without attention, have frozen to death. Su- U. S. GOVT. CONTROL OF TELEi - : GRAPHS v ' Wasblngfon, Nby:';20f-^bnBbliaatioa of the.s'er-yices'iOf^fth'e.'W^tei'n tJnlbn land Postal T.ele^^aph qbm^aWs un-j.perstltious of the dead, the Eskimos der govemment'oontrolijyksannbunc-have fled'from .cabin to cabin, mak- ed today by Postmastar-Qfenerar Burls-(ng the task ofthe authorities in com- son, effective Drtc. 1 next, i- Quebec, Nov. 30.-^Ten'or reigns in the district around Athabaska, D'is-raeli, and .Victorlaville, where bandits hdve been creating uneasiness among the population. Some time ago a number of daring hold-ups were reported, from that district. A number of business men-were held up/and at the point of revolvers, robbed of their money and in spme cases, robbed of their horses and rig^ and or-tht:lr motor cars. DEATH BLAIiORE MAN (From Our  Own .CprresDondent) Blairmore, Nov. 19.-The death od-curred this morning of Frank Nicholson, who is a well known figure around the Pass coal mines. Mr. Nicholson was a victim of the Spanish influenza and had been sick for only a short while. He died at the' Alberta Hotel, which has be^n turned into an Isolation hospital. We understand that M!rB. Nicholson and little boy are yery bad also with the ^lu, but we trust that they will pull through, Interment of the /body of 'the late Mr, Nicholson will take place ia Blairmore on Wednesday afterni^on. baling the ei/idemic more difficult. To care Jorfthe,^^ Eskimo otphaped, ,w brphanage^lias been opened in Nome wltii 30 babies and cblldren as inmates. , ^ , � , Two hb'ivai*jt#iiteSf-to'tW north, .jot �4^i^�^Wiai�#^epw-t^d.^ "abSut?'. &i^'a$mfi; gp>lt'h^'fa.'�rigld quarantine �is in' effect.^'"Not even*'the malls are pfermitted toleave the post office. WAS TOBPEDOEDt � '* ' : "^'^ ^'1.'.*-^i,, � � London, Nov. 19.-^A Brltlskvadmir-alty official statementlssued';thrs')!Von. -liig.^^ayB the Briflsh mine-/sweeper As-vc^t^^was torpedded and siinlc by-ra Ger-manvsubm'arine on- November JiO. off the northeast coast of England,. Fl{;ty-thi'ee m'embers . of -tbd ore^ were drowned. " . KEEP^ THE KIDDIES WARM IN A MOTHER HUBBARD PADDED SHOE No NEED S> bundle baby up in clumsy wraps iWhich constantly need "fixing'." Just slip the wee . itbt into ^ts comfy, cosy Mother Hubbard Shoe, whicU conserves evety bitof heat and warmth, thea baby; �will laiigh.and chuckle at Jack Frost and �016. coldesit-wind. And the Mother Hubbard Shoe is adjusCtable for.weeny teeny sister and sturdy little brother till they are beyond the dear days of babyhood. At Ypor Bardwm, Fainltan ei( '^Drj Oood* 8to� ,^ Price $9.60 �. J. WBITLA * CO. LTIK^ rlbaten s.noaak . hiMtMaad Mir. mmtmi  luir. Rescued from Huns to Die of n Hidedus Plight of Belg[ians Demand!* Inaimediate Help ESKIMO DIE LIKE FLIES FROiVI 'FLU ''^ome, Alaska.-Like the sweep of the more dreaded forms of scourge, the Spanish influenza has cut a. fearful �wath Of death on the Bering peninsula and, now 'believed to be at the turning point in this 'section, it ts spreading ^its tenacles still further northward toward the Arctic and down the coast. -� ' , Of an estimated Kskimo populaitlon in this vicinity of 250, .but 75 natives , - _ are left, the dead totalling 175 and transportation. Yet It appears tthat others dying'daily. Nineteen white there is not buslness-enough'tp war- persons in Npmo have succumbed but rant a daily train downv^thls branch,: ,a human eireafttm co^ld need it HOWTbHELPI> AB tfle laaddneiy of (he fidsisB Relid, .Fundis at your Sodwid*dSS^lffiRE^***"***" " Money,HERE into A dollar hoe'andinovmeiin one of the starvinjjr siAiectsoflOnf Albert, but look here..... ^ ^ NO ONE will come, to vou and ASK you for yisor coirtribatioii^"* H you do not voluntarily send it to: the Belgian , ReM Fub4 1�� Conumttee^ or,H(^ oppbr*. tonity U^gpoiB, and the Belgian vou MIGHT have saved, dies of itairira^^ of dothing ' ctr^^^^'I^ pcotedtioo*, ctujuM p�yaMa and Mad.conlributloaat* HmtUktfumvimvwtn^ 39 St. Pe|or 9^. Montreal, 9821 ;