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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta If''PAGE SIX / THE LETHBirt;^j3Gt! ,T) A,lL;t HERALD SATURDAY, FE^SftUARY 18, 191B itlBB GOIFEI ALWAYS REtli^Blt Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder 111 every iiislaiuH- wlu'iv you use Blue Ribbon snoods you save money. Tliey t'urlbi-r :uul so cost less linin nuy otber. Order a cun of Blue Ribbon ColVee and BaUiui; l^owder wbeii jiext in yi>ur grocer's. Tiie 3'osull is sure U) j)lease. Sold witb a nu)ney biiek guaranlee. LEO 3r. COO^IBS OPFIORS SPECIAL. INUUCK-.\1BNT lo pupils enroliinK early Ibis term. VOICE CULTURE. PIANOFORTE. AND HARMONY Coaching of Songs for Mu.�ical Festival Studio: Kooin 1. Conservator}-Biiildiufr PHONE 765 and 1242. I DANDRUFF SOON I I RUINS THE HAIR | I_I Girls-if you want plenty of thick l)�!iutitul. glossy, silky hair, do tjy all lueans sr^t rid of diindriU'f. for it will starve yovir liair and ruin it if you don't. It doesn't do much good to try to brush or wash it out. The only sure way to get rid of dandruff is to dissolve it. then yon destroy it entirely. To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liiiuid arvoii; apply if at night when retiring: use enough lo moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finfeer tips. By morning, ino.=t if not all. of your dandruff will be gone, and tliree or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely ile.siroy every single sign and trace of it. You will find, too, that all itching and digging of She scalp will stop, and your hair will look and feel a hundred times better. You can get liquid arvou at any drug store. It is inexpensive and four ounces is all you will need, no matter liow much dandruff you have. Tiiis simple remedy never fails.--Advertisement. FROM THE TRENCHES 25 GENTS DESTROYS STOPS FMUilfJ SAVE YOUR HAIR I MAKE IT THICK, WAVY AND BEAUTIFUL-TRY THIS "Thin, brittle, colorless and serapgy hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp: of dandruff-that awful scurf. There Is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre its strength and its very life; eventually producii\g a feverisli-neas and itcliing of the scalp, which If aol remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen aud di"-then the Jiair falls out last. A l.ttle Danderine tonight-now-any lime-will surely save your hair. Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowltons Danderlne from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first application your hair will take on that life lustre and lu.xurianee which is so baautlful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance, an incomparahic gloss and softness; but what will idease you most -will 'be after jtist a few iveek's use, when you will actually �ce a lot of tine, downy hair-new iiair-growing all over the scalp,- Advertisement. S. A. ^IcGaw, the 'Winnipeg grain man, fatally Injured in Ix)s' Angeles last Tuesday, carried life insui-ance of 5115,000 in Winnipeg agencies, ?iJO,000,i�rl}a>Ung', Ween, taken out onlv two weeks ago. The Temalns have been Rent to Godorich for interment. Hark how -the bugle is calliuj; To the shirker who still docs delay Your Country needs vour assistance, .So conic, do your t)it in the fray ; Why do you hang round tlio corners While others are tighlini; for vou ? Why stand idle and contented Whm there's work out here to do Think ot pallant down-trodden Belgium lliih her cftic? .and towns in ruin : She sufiereil to help us, you know it, Then what for her arc you doin'.' Think of her women and children, What they sui'icrcd for you and nio ; Why not iiclp to crush the enemy Who slauijhters with such savage glee'.' Vou sine cf the. lads in Khaki, And. the brave little lads in Blue; Now, ilou'c sini;, but act, be honorable ; There's room in the ranks for vou. So list ! to the'"bugle that's catling, Cailinc you out to light ; Come, join, and don't be a slacker, But liRht for the cause and the rifiht. .\nd then when the slrusgle is over, And the heroes are all welcom'd home What will vou think when you're shuimed, When in the cold you arc left alone. You'll wish vou had shouldered a ride, .\nd played the part of a man, ^ ou could say, you had done your dulv But as a slacker you never can. So shoul'dcr the sword of freedom, I''i>r it's frccduiu we tight for today, Be a man, and don't he a shirker. Come and tlo your hit in the fray. Si'tgeant .1. (irindle. France; li)15. Splendid Program Given at Burdett Uurdott, I'eli, 3T.-The. large dance hall was crawded to Its capacity last night by an euthushiBtlc andicnco which gathered In supiKirt ,oC the re-tniitiug rnily held there. The speakers included Cnpt. Leech, Lieutenant Scadden and W. S. Hull, who made stirring appeals for recruits, while Pipers W. Wliyte and W. Ooldio made tin- air resound with ninrllnl music, with the result that three due young specimens of physicnl manhood responded to the call, viz. 1). Coltman. .\. llrown and W. Wilson. What fiur-dett lacked in (piantity it made up in (lualily. 'I'hoiigh the hall was lilled with tuen of nillitary age, these were-the only three to eome forward. A patriotic loncert followed by a supper aiul dance was given in the dance hall. ti. II. .lohnston ,f.P. was In the chair. The following items were tastefully rendered: Bagpipe selections. I'ipers Wliyte and Ooldlo: song. �Hule Britannia. M. K. Kygg; duet, "In the Trench," Mrs. G. Hobinsou and Mrs. A. H. Hygg: recitaliou. "The I'nioii .lack." .Master Bercy .lohnston: song. 'Teiuiiig Tonight," Mrs. K. Llwolyn: violin solo. M. E. Hygg; recitation. "Charge of the Light Bri-gaile." 0. Mercer: se.Ktette. "The fnion .lack for .\ye": recitation. i)aro. - HflWNES. VENDiN KILL 70 GIVENCHY . . "^yrlnlKij CiSYNOO ELECTS OBJECT OF FRENCH OFFENSIVE Shaded portion shows the allies' gains last fall and the arrows indicate the direetion of the .enemy attacks recently. The French are making desperate efforts toward \'lmy so as to dominate the hills surrounding a lower level of coutitry. |M OF AN JlSSIOiRIES People's Forum A set of wooden chessmen carved by French soldiers in the trenches is on view in Paris. The two kings are the Kaiser ami General .loffre, the queens represent Germania and .\lar-janne (Prance), knights and bishops are Tepresented by Francw .loseph the Sultan of Turkey, ilindenburg, etc. THE COMMONWEALTH OF ISRAEL Kditor Lelhbridge Herald. Dear Sir.-If you coiild find space for the following 1 would be obliged. In asking for space in the press 1 had no intention to discuss the propaganda Of any religious body, neither gave any occasion to any one to lake me up on the spiritual phase of the ((uestion mentioned. But Mr, .lolin Kae's communications only show the need of discussion of the subject 1 took, namely, "\\niere are the tribes of Israel?" Now Mr. Kditor. you ask me to be brief. .Vll right. Hut here I will take notice ot the stibjccl that .Mr. Rae throws into the discourse, and says, ("Answer that, will you?" 1 ftilly re-cogni/.e Mr. Uae's desire to come to the help of a brother Scot. This shows me that .Mr. Rae belongs to the tribe of Dan, and not to Kph-riam. 1 think that it was some German body that was pointing out the characteristic of the Scot and tlie English. Me put it this way: "If two fCnglishnien from a wreck got on a raft they would immediately got as far away from one another as possible, utter not a word but look at each other, waiting for an Irishman or a Scot to introduce them to each other. But if it were two Scots, after tliey were assured that the raft would carry them, there would be 'Mello .Mac' "Hello Tamson! Y'ou arc here, are .vou?' '.Aye, I diil not �go where the Dutchman's anchor went.' " See how ready a Scot is to help another Scot: a Caledonian soclet.v right away. But that does not mean that they would agree on every subject brotight up. Now, to please, if poBSible, I will take up the subject that Mr. Kae throws, in for what purpose I don't know. We are not done wUh the law of .Moses, yet it has not been fulfilled as .vet. The first notice for the heavenly kingdom in the Hibls was 4!lvcn l)y our Lord to Nicodemus: "If 1 tell you of eartlily things and ye believe not. how can ye believe if I tell you of heavenly things." It was necessary to have a spiritual birth to see earthly things-the earthly kingdom. The birth was likened to the wind which man cannot control. It was not a (luestlon about the wind, but a birth into Hie earthly kingdom, and if .Vicodemtis could not see the earthly, there was no use to tell of the heavenly. The next time we read abotit the earthly and the heavenly is when Christ sneaks to the woman of Samaria: "Salvation is of the .lews": here i.s the earUily If thou knewcst the gift of God and who it is that saith to thee, give me to drink, tliou ivouldst have asked of A SERIOUS CHARGE i WashinRton. Feb. IS.-Charges t^uit I the International Harvester ooinpan.v ;bad fift-nished money for arms and I ammunition for the Orte?.-.\rgiinede I revolution against the Carrauza gov-� eminent in Yticatan. Mexico, were ; made today by Levy .Mayer, of Chi-I cage, in the senate agricultural com-iniittee's investigation into alleged 1 inonopolv for control of the sisal mar-: ket. I It Is believed tliat the strike of the jToronto teamsters Is nearing a settle-Imeal. LUX is a unique washing preparation that actually adds to the softness of Karments and prevents all loosely woven t'abrics from shrinking and hardening in the It's the essence of pure soap in flakes-Adds a new note of refinement to wash-day. LUX-10c. everywhere- �Won't Shrink Woollens MadQ in Canada by Lever Biiothcrs Limitad, Toronto. Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915 DRINK BAKER'S COCOA For its Delicious Flavor, its Excellent Quality and its High Food Value. ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS SOLD IN CANADA ARE MADE IN CANADA WALTER BAKER & CO. LipiTED DORCHESTER, MASS. � KlONTREAL, CANADA ^"''''""'"^ ,Auiu, and he would have given thee , living waters. I This life, or "gift of Cod," must bo asked tor, but it is entirely another i thing from salvation, which is of the Jews. The gift of (iod is lo all and uijon all who believe; lo all nations. ' His blood can make the vilest clean :-even the Oerman lv,aisar, but 1 I would be slow lo tako tlio KaiEcr's word for 11. The Rift of CiOd Is not mentioned in ; the law or In the Fropliets: neither ! was it i>roflehed until Faul had been to Itome. When Paul was before ; King .xgrlujia and Felix he said that ^he had suoken "none other things but ' were suoken ot in the law and the Pro|)liel!i." Hut when you road Paul's tiistiniony in fhtl. 1st in March 1!M4, to 17'J on December ;'.]st last. Tliis is the largest number we have ever had in our boarding schools, and we account for this increase to the larger interest sho^yn In the educational work \>y the agehts of the Indian dejiart-nient,' and to the recognition on the liart of the parents, especially those who are e.x-pupils, of the value of education to their children. Peigan Mission "Here the total population !s 424. Of these are baptized members of our church and SI others are returned as adherents, 80 are communicants and were baiitized in IIH.'). There are two churches, a mission room, a hospital and hoarding school connected with our work here. The young men have a reading room and :Mrs. M.ayes conducts classes for the women in cooking, sowing and laundry work. Thirty-Six Pupils ''The school has ;ii; pupils on the roll-21 boys and l.'i ' girls. Seven acres of land are under cultivation. The Indian agent, in his renort to the government, says: '! have always .found everything in con-i'dilion. Kdncation has a beneliclal elTect on reserve life and the iiro-gress of the ox-pupils Is satisfactory." "The hosjiltal is an adjuncl. of the school. It takes any- cases from the i school that need special care. Its j chief work is the care of pujdls suffering from tubercular glands, and some remarkable succestses have been obtained by the trentinenl employed. Blood Mission "This has the largest Indian population, the latest returns giving IKJS Ijorsons. yet we have no inlssionai-y set free to work among them either to sbeiilierd the young who have pas.sed through oui- school or to evangelize the older i)eo;ilo for whom Christ died. "The Iter, .S. .Middleton, whose whole time conld ho well employed at the school, is doing what he can and we rejoice that his energy enables him lo accompllHh ho much. "The baptized Indians numbiu- 2-^0, and (he communicants 41). There were 18, baptized last year and bIx eon-llrniod. "The hulldings consists of boys' and girls' reKldencfts, principal's house, hospital, church-school combined, gym-unslum, and the usual out-buildinga. 11 Is al�o iiroposeU to erect a church some inlles from the lioad(|uarlorB of the mission, for the benelit of those living In that vicinity iis soon as fiindH are available. \ Satisfactory Progress "The school has (jH uupils on the roll: 38 boys and 25 girls. The Indian tigonl reports that 'the school haa made satisfactory mwerass. . , the standard of the clasBroom work has been uifthor' and 'thlB Institution In meeting with the favor of tho IndlaiiB,' The cadet corps Is still a feature of the School, .\l the last provincial cutlet, camp the hoys captured two silver vu4t M well us uthuf ifrhot. �Calga'ry, Keh, 18.' - The AuKlican Synod ailjourni^d last night after ap-pnliiting Uev. Canoti ^McMillan, of Lrtlihriilgo, dlocesini srcrclaiy, tor Uie Indian worl\, and appointlnir Messrs, Chas. Uohilison, 11, Baker and Sydney llmiltun commiUci! to gi'" inio the subject of tho proposcil publication' of a didci'saii magazine. The re;|ucst of Uisbop IMnkham lor an assistaiit, was referred to the provincial syiuid. If the re(\utst is a(i-iiovcil hy them tlicn the bishop will lave authority lo rc-cc.tivenc the synod of the Calvary diocese which imiy appoint an a''^''i'hearc, .'sydncv lloiilt^", llie medicine mailo from fruit juices, has relieved more sufrercrs from //fadar/ies, Cotnti-pattmi, Slomorh, J.ivei; Kidney and Skin Ttvuhles than any other medicine, oOc. a Viox, (! for $2..")0, trial size, IW, At all dealers or sent on receiptor prico by Ftuit-a-tives Limited, Ottawn, PAYS THE PENALTY Ossinlng, ,\. V., Feb. IS.-Hans Schmidt was electrocuted at sing I Sing prison today for Ihe murder of .Vniia .\iimiiller on Sept. Vl, liUI'.. j Schmidt went iiulotly to the death 'I'linlier. accompanied by the iirinci-! 1 keeper and Unv. Father Casliin, p:ison chaplain. , en you Rise in the Morning take a dose of -for vour lienhli's .sake, it's {rood for'you. ENO'S KRUIT SALT is so pleasant to take, too. It prevents functional iriej;ulurltics, corrects disorders of the liver and proniolLS good health. � END'S FRUIT SiVLT makes a cooling, sparkling tlrink-elTcrvescetit jjntl vnfrt^sb-iiig. \ci\> can drink it .it any lime v.itb benefit. Prej^rrd only hv J.C.ENO,U