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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918 TIW. LETHBHiDGIi: DAILY ITERALD STEFANSSON'S WORK IN THE NORTH ^awsou, Y. T., Sept., 5,-Explorer StefBDHSon loft DawBon last night for Vancouver ana .Esquimau to report to the uavul coramanaer at the latter pliifio regarding tl)o last tivo years of till' Canadian government expedition north. He wlU also follow this report with one to the ministry at Ottawa. StetansBon declares that the sub-niHrlne Is preferable to the airplane lor a dash to the pole and for general Arctic exploration and Is better equip-ped to carry Bupplioa. Vllhjalmur StefansBon, discoverer of the I'blond HsklmoB" has spent over Ave.years exploring and studying barren Arctic wastes for the Canadian Kovornment. A new continent of large island wa� found by Stefansson on the trip Just close'd. The new land is north of Prince Patrick Island and wa^ found in 1914. Illness hastened the end of the expedition. Reports received from Stefansson In 1917 said lie hoped to make further explorations In 1918 and 1919 and end his travels in 1920. Instead of going northward, however, Stefansson jpent moat of the 1918 summer In a hospital at, Fort Yukon, Alaska, just Inside the Arctic circle, recovering from an attack of typhoid which brougrlit.him inland from the Arctic in March, 1918. Stefansson last saw the outside world whon he sailed from Victoria, B.C., June 17, 1913, at the head of an expedition In search of new lands .�"j'hlch had been reported to have boon >ean.far to the north of any explored Lemon Juice For Freckles Qlrlsl Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try iti Squeeze the Juice ofi two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shako well, and you , have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beautl-fler. at very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face ,neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how clean, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.-Advertisement. \NCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Maln,,,8t, t Winnipeg. area. ,He qlso intended lo study the topography and ocean curronis of the liorth and gather flora ini f.iuua. One of hts original party ivas Cap-talft Robert Bartlett, who had been Rear Admiral R. K. Peary's Arctic Bailing master, anotlier wag Dr. 11. M. Anderaou with whom Stefansson liad studied at the tiniverslty of Iowa: About a score of the men who left with Sefansjon have died from various oausea, among them Buloide, exposure and disease. When the expedition left it was aboard the Karluk, an old steam whaler. On Its arrival at Nome, Alaska, Sefansson bought ottier boats and sent Dr. Anderson and a number of the party to the Coronation Gulf country to study the laud and the natives. The main expedition continued north in search of new shores.  After the Karluk, carrying Stefansson, rounded Point Barrow, up at the "corner of the continent" it was gripped by the Ice and apparently frozen in for the winter. Stefansson and four companions went ashore to hunt, when they returned the Karluk liad been carried av,-ay by a storm. Stefansson believing the men abnard, under Captain Bartlett, were safe, dismissed the loss of the Karluk as an Incident and sot out eastward afoot. Tlio Karluk, it was learned later, w;as carried westward by the ice and ca-ushed by the Hoes oast of Wrangeli Island, which is north of western Siberia. The men took to the ice and several were never seen again. Pressing eastward, .Stefansson spent th^ 1913-14 winter with the Anderson party and in the summer of 1914 discovered "the new lands. The 1915 and 191G summers were spent in exploring and mapping the country. For almost two years, nothing was heard from Stefansson and it was believed he was working his way eastward. Suddenly he appeai'ed near Horschel Island, off the Canadian Arctic Coast in 1918 and reported ho had,found more new lands. One of the secondary objects of Ste-fansBon'B trip was to navigate the northwest passage to the Atlantic and end ^lils trip with an ascent of the St. I^awrence River to Montreal in 1917 or 1918, In this he failed for reasons not clearly determined. Although the war had not started when Stefansson left, in 1913, he plans to enter war work, according to reports and will tour the United States and Canada giving lectures for the benefit of the Red Cross. Although he hopes to go back to the Arctic, he has so definite plane. . .: A Monument to Good Taste Simplicity in a monument erected ; as a memorial tribute to the departed loved one is better than elaborateness. However, wo are prepared to furnish both kinds. In fact we meet any requirements. May we be favored with,your request for an estimate. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R, Need*, Prop. 8th Street S. W. R. MacInnts, Montreal. Vice-President of C. P. R. Wlio is in the west with Lord Sliaughnessy. ENTIRELY SUCCESSFUL London, Sept. 14.- (Canadian Press despatch from Reuters) - Renter's correspondent at Bombay cables: "Women's war loan day was entirely successful. Twenty lacs of rupees �were subacribed." DEVOTION to the profession and a desire to excel has urged us to keep abreast of all discoveries and improvements with regard to UNDERTAKING AND EMBALIV1INQ and wo are able to perform the duties Incidental to the occasion with promptness, delicacy and entire satisfaction. HAVING CONTRACTED with reliable firms before advance lil prices, we, therefore, arc in a position to meet the requii-ements of Che public at lowest'prices, ' Motor Equipment. MacKay & MacKay 803 Third Avenue SouHl Lift Off Corns DoKn't Hurt! Few drop* (top aorenats, than corn or callua llfta pit with flngcra. Phone 1802 Lethbridge, Alta. The world owes thanks to the genius in Cincinnati who discovered freezone. Tiny bottles of the magic fluid can how be had at any drug store for a few cents. You simply apply a 'few drops of freezone upon a tender, acklng corn or a hardened callus. Instantly Ithe soreness disappears and shortly you will find tho corn or.callus so loose and shriveled that you lift it off with the fingers. Not . a bit of pain or soreness is > felt when applying freezone or afterwardo. It doea-n't even Irritate the alda or fleab. . For a few cents one "can >JW 'I**' Ket rid of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn be-0 1 tweon the toes, as well ais fslaM eailuEeB on bottom _ of' feet. 'Everyone who trlea" ft-eezone becomes an enthusiast because It realty doeen't hurt or pain one partlcln.  Ladles! Keep a tiny bQttle on the dresser and never let a corn or callus ache twice.-Adverliscmcut. ANGLICANS JAY iilRATE EDITH CAVELL 1 Question of Ministers' Salaries Also Mooted in Synod at" Toronto Toronto, Sept. li-'J'lie niartyrdoDi of Edith Cavell will lie' remomberert by tlie Cliurch at Kngland In Canada for all time, if a resolution presented to the house of dologatcs of the synod this morning by Capt. (Chaplain) A, J. B. Meilisli is adopted by that body. The resolution of Cnpt. Melllsh was as follows: Resolved, that tho calendar, with the table of lessons, bo amended by the insertion on Oct. 12 of the words "Edith Cavell, nurse." Capt. Meliish also presented a resolution expressing the opinion that newspapers and others pulilishing tlio names of chaplains in war service using the Eugllsh form, "chaplain, tho reverend," etc., and avoid uaing the military ranlf. General Council The general synod of the Church of England in Canada this morning elected the following as the general council of the synod: ' Province of Canada; diocese ot Nova Scotia, Dean Lloyd, U.M. Owns; diocese of Quebec. Dean Shereve, .las. MacKinnon; diocese of Frederlcton, Dean S. Teagles, Dr. W. S. Carter; diocese of Montreal, Dean Evans, J. G. Brock. Province of Rupert'.s Land: diocese of Rupert's Land, Dean Coombs, ,1. A. McRae; diocese of Mooaomin, Archdeacon J. E. Woodall, G. B. Niejolson; diocese of Saskatchewan, Archdeacon Dewdney, Mr. Dawson; diocese of Athabasca, Archdeacon White, Chancellor Bury; of Qu'Appeile, Archdeacon Doble. ;\Ir. Jusliee BiKa-low; diocese of CaU;ary,.Archdeacon Tims, E. .1. Fream; diocese of Ko3\wi t:n, Canon Lofthouse. J. A. Kinnev; diocese of .Edmonton, Chancellor Prankford; diocese of Yuk.m, no re-tr.rn.''. Province of Ontario: Diocoss of Huron, Canon Tucker, Thonic.s Janldns; di icci-i' of Ont.irlo, Dean l-jiurr, Judg;; McDoiiaid; diocese of Al?omu, Arch-deiic'.m Mllmer. Ch-i'jcci'.oi- Boyoc; di'i-crtse r.f Niagara, JVe.ut Owen, C. !S. Scot!; diocese of O-.i-xwd Aichdearoi> .MacKty, P. H.^ Glsborne: diocese of Tiironto, Chanceilnr Worrell and Kov. Dr C.iyJey. Pr:)vince of Britiali Columbia: Dio- COST' ot ColUiabl.1.- llo.v I]. T. Arciii-ha!d, J'. W. Blank>'iili;i :�, : (Jiocivc of .\"iv WeBtmhutec.-. A.i-'ml'su-on lld.itli-irl.';.. A. McCS'eery, di(7:'('Ki; (if (.Tilu-d(mi;i. Canon R1.X, L Dnrau'; dioccsij ot IC(),^,.enay, Rev. V. li. Cruliiim. ('. U nan!-.:i(.'n; diocc::-; "I Cirilioo, t;o r�-tiin; i. � '; ' . .f'Xl^P'iatf Amount .v ' ... 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Write to the nearest McClary Branch, and aw for partlcuUrt about thli service. A booklet, "Comfort in the Home," malces clMr alf ttae tblan you i to know about furuacu and it is sent free on request. Furnace London- Toronto Montreal Wirnipeg Vancouver Calgary St. John, N.B. Hamilton Edmonton Saskatoon FOR SALE BY DIXON SHEET METAL CO. ''J 94 ;