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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SKPTKMRKU 11, 1018 Tin: Lj-yniHRUHiK daily r::i'..\i.n I'.Url*. r.i>V. \ 1,1, STEFANSSON'S WORK IN THE NORTH .rawAou. Y. T., Sept.. 0.-Explorer StefiiiiHiion IoCr. Dawwin hiHt nlfihf. for Ynncniiver ami Katiulmalt to rennrt. to tln> liiivnl commnnilcr ftt. tlio latter lii.-.i'c I'l-csirditif; din laHt live joarH of i." Cnnnilliiti government oxpeilltlfin itertli. lie will jilso follow thin report utii' t" the mlnlntry a I. Otla.iva. Sli'fiiiiHHon declares* that, tin* nub-' ui'irluu lu ]>re!'crnhle t'� the nli-phinc lor a iIiikIi to f hi> nolo and for koiiituI . Grille exploration ami In hotter equipped to carry nupplie*. Vllhjalmnr Ktol'tinsnon. discoverer of the "liloml K.sklnini"" lum spoilt over Hvo years exploring nli'l utiidylnp liar-run Arctic wuhIch for the Cnnailtnn Kovernnient. A new continent of larpo Islam! wan found liy .Stefaitfisoii on tin? trip JuM cloned, Tim now land Is north of l'rlnco i'ntrick Island mid \vm1!> and ond hin travels* in l'.'-0. Instead of Kolng northward, liowover, Htefun-hbuii spent most of the l!MS summer in a hospital at l''orl Yukon, Alaska, just inside Hi'.) Arclli: clrulo, recovering from an attack of typhoid which hronght him inland from the Arctic. In .March. J'JIS. j iatefaiuciou la.Hl. saw tin: outside world when lie .".ailed from Victoria,! MX'., Juno 17, l'Jl::, at the head of .in expedition In search of new lands i which hud boon reported to have he,,;: | jenn far to the nurth of any explored Lemon Juice For Freckles Glrlu! Make beauty lotion at homo for a few cents. Try itl Squeeze the Juice of two lemons into n boitl" eontalnhiK three, ounces of orcnurd white, shuke well, and you have a quarter pint of the he.a freckle an I Inn lotion and complexion he;,utl-ficr. at very small cost. Your i;rocer lias the lemon.17 or lit]S. In this he tailed for reasons hot clearly determined. Although the war bad no* started when Stelansson left, ju r.ii;;, he plans to onier war work, eccordliiK to reports and will tour tbe lulled states and Canada Rivinn lectures for the betie'ti of the |{ed Cross. Although lie hopes to go hack to the Arctic, lie lia� no definite, plain. s COMMEMORATE [01 CAVELL i  -: -e ot Columbi.i. I: , II lull!, I \V. Blank. \-K '\ �'.-tlnillSte : - k/. McCreei . , ,.- , ', Auni >. ' 'lion Kb. '. i i ; Co.., ::;r.. tN.v. i' i , (, , I Ij.ir li.'n; iHoi:' .  �- i , ; � i i . t . �� . 8triall Auk -or' Hl> Hi if::--r,ir 1,11 time, it a ie.:i,!i,(|,, ,,,. .,,;,,d : ton. X II., "but ii..- IO tin; house of delejr;,),.. ,,f ,),,. ..VM(|(1 jclerKV of il liViHK ^ � this liioniini; |,y c.ipi i f' 11, i j 11; t i i j i a. ' .Mi.- ;onaries uc;.-.1. II. AlellNi, .-1,111 j, |,., i |,,. ,(,.,. |,,.|V' or *!"io a ynar i:;:d . The .'esolul mo ol' Capi \ ], � J J i ' i \vpay tlie.r own I,, as fallows: ' ' ,v hile rt'iinj; tile � i Itesolved. thai the , .ib-ndar. V}ih ',lou. \u\ W S C.irUr; , dloi use of Montreal, lie.in Kvans. .1.' (i. Hrock \ to." other obje �iV. lie i n I' {clc'ey v.ere slrui'-"i i j;riii'iiii,- DRAFTEES if MEED TO EMPLOY LEGAL COUNSEL I'rovime of Unpen'-- Land: di'-ee..-,-. or Kujiert's Land. |ie,m Coombs. .1. A. Mcltae: diocese of Mo'is'imlu, A:.'c deacon .1. K Woodall. (I. Ii \i i n ; a \va, :;ept. piaiieis* today i- i 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 fuel wc meet any requirement!). -Mny we lie favored with your request for an estliu ate. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Workt R. Needi, Prop, Bth Street S. It has tuiii" I i lie mititi.i rtepar'.:. ''� | or potential ilrnfie. i I | t be service-; of , diocese of Saskatchewan. At  :el-',e -in ] i|,|rd p:u lie-, t. >  Dewdney. Mr I>j>-.miii. die >-..e of : rcie.'.sc mini ;ni;i'. Athabasca. Archdeacon White, i 'Inn- j ground ol alien a cellor Hury: dio. ese ,,f Qu'.\ ||e-lle. I ability on other ;� Aridideacon liobie. Air l-i.-ine );;.;a | j(ir ,,tcainini: b-i;\.-low; diocese of* Cae-ar:-. ' � > iid>-.e .".u I ^touti'l of serious o Tims. K, .1. l-'teatn: nun--" of K"-im I -|li: VHi.. .>.-  o.' lie-1 corre-pnnrtetire .nei ron. Canon Tucker. Tliom.'.-. .Innl.iir-; j bus Imnaflde i;r-mri � Ii >. lie in :':.�). .tin'l'- j military servii e, ,. Vrl.'-'lMlrt; dloic- � nf Al ;c.i..i!. An'.-\-.eto e on the �:rout. de-., Allllller. '"'.l ..-' r.nve. d, ' hi p.'-, he should ir i i'.e i.f Niaitar.i. i;cie ti-,-.-a. c s - ciiiimaiider or id : ,Si'.'';. illoeese of ' f.v. i A: "lei. .ice ; e: 'ab.-ence officer. Ma.-SCiy. I'- H. iLsb.'ii ie " dioc- .e of'case � areful cum-'loneito. Chancel. iV V,'-i,v-ll .r.i 1 ilv.iv.ill be r.-leat-e 1 ... Id- c.iyley i hi-; ni in.: .-iriun ot - afti ' 1 uaployie:: V,':' h i!i " Ann'1 icati |-'oi i ��� i:, I ..alia Inc. ,-Vpi | | Colli,.viiii: i ie- Am.-,-. ic-i'i 11 noj.i ibroui;b the cap' ni e.| \ ,||-, �K' ' Hi'' As.-ociated 1'iei- found on ' '.-a", uaiid evidence o: loac, cn;,::-oi b." Dm- c.-nnai:.-,. tlills lor electric lii-c , in:: and '"iipiile-' bail been  paid w"!- . 1.11 io 11�-. cm rem -.- on v. Ii idi i le-i'i' i :.. His had printed l-'ren.-li monetarv 'l':l.� it: ha biianln! tip- alie;-- n.-.e .! '.�.!> ii.'iiorant 'be even'-' of h: in 1 Ii" ; a:-1 lour ;. car a !-:nm'. - in,.  !.! -. : 11 11 l hoii- , ;,p|,ii s had . old 'i'l, e ,-. , iila n popula' ion. ii boo t "� i ci'r. : - ;|1 ill ill>'. been ii..-e of III" fore � i'- i rnova) of lira, t ically every male of e.ilitary ai;e. welcomeil N'ev.-i-in 11 i'.a the American .i.it.-i:m> ol' c ; p. a ;al ( e jpu a I-; 1'. i a-bini; aim !! ''i' '.'� ilea tie�> vi.-iicd St Milii'l a l'-v boar- afl'-r il was 1>' '"ird 0(c corn, hoi"; corn, or corn be-I v 1 Iweun thu toon, as well uis Jyalnflil ralluses on bottom v 3/, Trcsldcnt of thi; Cauadiau I'aoltlc Kitlluuy, has issued tlio following circular, dated August �4th:- "Mr. Geo. M. Bosworth, Vice-president of the Company, will re-tiro Sept. 1st, prJiiDio, to become Chairman ot the Canadian l'acltlc Ocean Services. Limited, and the Directors navo appointed Mr, William R. Maclnnoa, Vke-I'ieBidcut, to sue awed hi in. "Mr. Maclnnea will have rharge of kll tnattom connected with tli� Company's Trafllc Depar'.meut, and will perforin sucb other duties us may be Assigned to htm." 1^ .(Signed) SI1AUGHNKSSY, (f President and Chairman, j" Tho new position occupied by Mr. Oeorgo M. Bosworth Is a uatural result of tlio growth of thu shipping In-�terests ot tho Canadian l'acltlc System, which has now In Its owned and chartered ships one of the largest jnorcantllo lleots operated by any single corporation, a licet which Is ctually greater to-duy than it was t tho outbreak of tho war. So great Indued have theso Bhipplng Interests tiecoma that they could no longer be considered a side issue, and Mr. lios-worth, according to an announcement of the Directors of tho C. I\ R, rill henceforth t'.evoio thu whole of Ills time to this Important branch of this great transportation system. William It. MacInnes, whu has been appointed Vlcc-l'rtsideut of the Canadian Pacific Itaihvay, In charge of Trafllc, Is a sou of the late Senator Donald Machines, and Mary Amelia, daughter of Sir John Beverly Kobln-sou, Hart., C.U., uud was born In Hamilton, Ont , e June 7th, 1S67. Senator Machines was lor many >e t a lilroc^or of the Canadian t'aiilli: Hallway, and �n closely Identllled with Its lnccptlun and growth. cuted at |irlvato schools and at Marlborough Colli-one of the leading public schools In England, Mr. W. 1 MuuIuneB returueil to Canada to enter tno service of tin Canadian Pacific Hallway as a clerk in the Puvchiis Department. Since that tlms ho was consecutively ap pointed; solicitor's cilice, ISSa-lSSll; general lraffle man ager's ofllco, 1�Sfi-ISS7; chief cicrlt to genera! (ra mnnat'*r, tS87-1KI>0; general agent, freight department Canadian Paclllc Itaihvay, and agent. Canadian I'uclti despatch. Chicago, 111., lti'.'fi to ":S!hl; duiin, same pctim h� also rPHreaented .Minneapolis, St. Paul and.Suult Mr., to Margaret PTslier Cross, daughter oi the late Hon. Alexander Cross, Judge of the Court of Queen's Bencli in Montrea.1, and thay aro the parents of one son, Donald Alexander, and tliron daughters. Julia Mary, F.velyn Itaraarfit Robinson, and Knimii Straehnn Machines. Mr. Ceo. M. Roswoi'th was born at Ogd. nsburjr on Jan. 27th IRtiS sc4 h� was educated tle-ro. He entered the railway senf-V OcidensburE and Lake Champlaln -''.all- Tup picture-G. M. Boswortli. ' .', Motldin pietitre--W. ]{. jMm'Iniies. way In 187a, bmomlag General Knight Agon . of that road In ISSl. In 1SS^ be joined the Canadian Paclllc Railway as Assistant Genet!:! Freight Agent, of tho Ontario and Quebec Lines. After various promotions lie became Freight Traftle Manager or the entire system, and In December, 1901, v. as appointed 4tb Vice-President In charge of Trallic. Since HUH he has been Vlce-l'iesldeut or the Company. lie took a particularly active part In the building up of the .shipping iiifen-us or the Coni.'-any. and on the formation oT tbe Canadian Pacific (V'-an Services, Ltd., took charge of that \ ubslillary company, of which he Is now appointed Chalrn'.Mi. Mr. Moswoiih Is a Director or La iuiiuiue Provincials, the Dominion Dry Dock Company, and the Ci-omi Trust Company. He la also a member of St. .lames' Club, the Canada Club, tho Montreal Hunt Club, the Royal St. Lawrence Y.-.cht Club, the l.nchlne Unfit Sun Club, the Canadian ('amp Club, i\\Y, and the Century Club, Ogde.asburg, N.Y. Mra. Roaworth la a daughter of \V. D. flirchall, of MoucraaL J. K. L. Ross, Montreal. V\ jio h.i - 11 i p of lie i nn>-il die ehairman-Caiiadiau Pensions Hoard. fiitn Ite.si.shince io the American Drive Was Unexpectedly Ainero an Armv 1 .'�)' liqild r: ers. Se|>t. :l i Ite-.n r-i ; i Nothing belter illu:-:;iiler, ibe iii'-reavini wc.lluie--; of tbe (iermau arm: liian tli�- (;ase wilii .'.hub the Kriui" o A tni'iaciin force en-tiai-.te,| wit n tbe 'a-"i:. advanced In Hie St Mi iii be in : no win ni-- lea.' Hutu. ; lu'iud l!l'. aft"-:- hi~ ! � o "in oiint '�!'; ' ve-.'.c-ii,,-. with Hie tin'.:, e. in which tin �' ii..:: a ." a a � di me on oil her side. Moose .law. Sept. 11. La w i i-nti (en- dron ainl Howard Douglas Cine, hm _ hiirviv-1 "i-s who i-am" fiotn i'ie mi n ' ..vre-teil ibi- ninru.ng an! held ''algal-.. S-pt 14.- Last night the !>> provincial i oil � on the liaic of Inone mission b/ard ( til" Alberln tli'-ft ol a .-'lit if i in'li".- and otln-r ,,v P.nptisl cbuiilies appointed Rev. D. tble.s lioiii I Wentiierall. of Duma;;. A (limn as as'-lstant supei intendcnt :'u'-i The iiolhes were being worn of home mi: -"ions ro assist Rev. C. ('. ay -Ie' two men, anil the oth'-r artb le.s McLaurin. who Is finding the wi.rk ,.,.ie ,, tiieir pu.-sessioii The;, are mo hesvv for bi'ii. Mr (iunn has li-.HK heal pending tb'' arrival of Mr been .supplying tiie pulpit of thn We.,! b.-i all iu pros.'i life Hie rti.i.go. Ile,il!i Baptist l Calgary, ----- foi' the past three months betwoot: Mi-- s lloni;1! for utile time en the pa-lora!es of Rev. !". Mc.N'iiliv tae stiatford I'ubllc lion; t.-.-tetiliu: .itid that of ({.� .lames J lesson. II" 'all. is leaving jii a month to enter, will conclude bis dulies there next up.hi ini-sioiiary v, o:',; in t'liipa Sunday. SPECIAL Oppo rtunity of getting acquainted with SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered you in our booklet, "Perfect Coffe� - Perfectly Made". Your request will taring it by return mail. 190 CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL Guaranteed Furnace Results Heat-sufficient volume to warm the home, j -even distribution to all the rooms in the home,' -the right quality to keep the home healthy, ,�>' -at a reasonable co�t for fuel, > /  �-with minimum effort in management, and / I -without dust, smoke, asli or gas escaping into \ tiie air of the home. Those are the n suits you have a right to expect from your furnace. Those are what you should inaiat ' on getting front it. The Sunshine Furnace, installed the McClary way, gives those results. It has been getting those resutts in every kind of home and building throughout Canada for eighteen years. The Sunshine Furnace when installed the McClary way is sold with the absolute guarantee that you will get those results. Engineering Service Free. Mi-CUry'i own hinting eniclurtr* are at your tefvlce whet* you buy a Sunshine I'urnotr, logb't yrlu frrr fipcrt udvirc on vutir home-heating requtra. uictits. Writf to the neurrM Mi-Clury llrttiicti, unit i� tor uartlcular* ftbimt thai �wrvice. A liuii^let, "Cuinfort iu the Home," iankr� t-lMT fttt the thlagt you vaai to Vnow utioul furutcc* Ami it U neut tree on tciiucat. McClaryi Sunshine Furnace Lumbal Culsary Toronto Mnntreul Wimiiprc St. John, N.H. lliimlltoii IWmotttim \'.incouv*r Saskutooa FOR SALE BY DIXON SHEET METAL CO. ;