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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LKTIIORIDGE DAIi.V HERALD 1 SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1918 A Sunlight V\\\\\\\\Oll!l//, / / oap SUNLIGHT SOAP is made from ihe sweetest and choicest of edible oils and fats. It contains no harsh or strong ingredient. It is thepurestandmosteilicient (of soaps and, if used judiciously, the most economical of soaps. \\ \ t i> well known to all people in this district. .Mrs. Urant has been a sufferer j If the opinion expressed by a vote 1 taken tit the Forum tin Sunday after-i noun re-fleets the feeling of the com-munity. the city commissioners will at once ve-open negotiations' fur accepting the offer of the t'arne&ie Library Foundation Fund and the subsequent erection oi a public library building to bo known as the Carnegie library, here. ' The vote of the Korum audience was HUNS SUFFER LOSS ON 'BELGIAN FRONT Havre Feb. 24.- (By the Associated Press)-The Germans are increasing the'T local attacks on the Belgian front, but these are considered simply fee(er%. There has been no lively fighting, only the Germans have been driven off every t"me they approached by the use of grenades and rifles. The Germans have suffered considerable losses on the Yser front without having been able to reach the Belgian lines. TULLY IS THE NEW HEAD OF ODDFELLOWS Rice-Jones Clears Up Misunder-standing About Leave To Work on Land Calgary, Keb. '^.--Widespread misunderstanding union*; farmers and farm laborers who art! included in Uio druf,t. and who wish leave of absence j to work on the fund, is said to exist | by 0. Rice-Jones, who Is the agricultural representative on the leave of absence board fn an advisory capacity. Mr. Kiee-Jones states that many for a number of vcars and on Kebruarv ! unanimous and came as a result uf mm RLti ULA IE t'ili she went with her husband to L.i-kota. North Dakota and had only been there a few days when she passed away. Mr. and Mrs. Grant have resided in Masvath for about S years'. >U\ Grant is a member of the Mercantile firm of Grant and Davie*, and ti woli respected citizen and one everybody likes. Mrs. Urant has been confined the address of Mr. Robert Harrowittau. Mr. Barrowm.m in his address deplor ed iiie fact that a city of the si;'.e of I.ethhrid^e could not boast such a prontly needed institution as a public library. However he thought that u' the city council coti'd not see its way clear to raise the nioiiry'io equip and maintain sue]] an institution, utter an offer of sufficient money to build one. of the r.M.W. of A . when any new agreement was being arranged. While the convention v.niU\ not. const itutionully. accede to all thnt Mr. Gilchrist requested, he wis assured of all the assistance within their power, consistent with the organic taws 'of (men are making applications to him the organization. ! for leave, when he has nothing wfiat- Conservation of Health I ever to do with the matter. Any fafra- Dr. Garner was given the- privilege j rr or furm laborer who Is in uniform, of addressing the delegates regarding j or- who has been ordered tr> report, the conservation of the health of min- j must apply for leave of absence to the. ers and their families, contending that I commanding officer. Lieutenant- \'V. it.�r.\l-rut1 Fhe regular tueet- Maprath. Feb. LV.-ing of the town council was held on "Wednesday evening, 1-Ybrua ry iV:h WMit Mayor Heimion, Councillors Ririe. Wood, Tanner. Marker. Peterson and Secretary-treasmer K. O. Rich present. 3'rayer was offered by Mayor Reunion after which the minuus of the last meeting were read and accepted. Ap-t he enlisted with the U.S. navy and for plication from \\ U. Kiupham, re sent- ; a while was stationed intern Francisco ing east half of semeiery ter pasture j later he was chosen along with a t'cx was discussed. , others to go to Harvard where ue Readjustment of Crane and Gassidy j studied wireles.s and electricity. H to her home t'or several years on ae- > count of ill health but was always soV'hen l.ethbridge ought to be satisfied cheerful and never complained of her [ with half a loaf, and he therefore sug-lot. Magraih people all join in offer-1 jested that an effort be made io se-ing their deepest sympathy to the be-' : means. Rut a library must be secured b the prevention of disease was of the most urgent "Uupovtam-e to all classes of society. Ho expressed himself us being willing to ilo all in his power to assist them in that particular by giving a course of lectures, or by any other methods that might seem advisable to obtain so desirable r.n object. In his short talk If mentioned a few m-liters- which would illustrate his meaning, showing thai in niany^ cases. Rill by recommendation of works and property committee that the four extra street lights which are in use and not ordered by town be retained and moved to other locations at the pleasure of the committee. The mayor stated Thai town would $ivp i*.vo days' notice-free, to electric light company when street lights were out after which dfs- j count pro rata lie deducted. The pro- .' position _ that a stronger whistle - Masin.^in. Feb. iT.-Joliv good U:nt� be bongnt and used at The eleetne. , prevail iu lbe e0miminity at present was there some five months wheu'he graduated and states that the school grew from one to four thousand, and they graduated about :Mh> students a week of radio operators. - Roy writes that he has been in the air a few times and says "It's great stuff.* MASLVASIN plant, was discussed and referred to light and license bylaw No. '.K> was passed authorizing mayor and secretary-treasurer to borrow money to the extent of $-l.."�00. Rules regulating dancing ami conduct in amusement halls were discuss, ed. The matter of combining the school and town assessment and col- lection w;is brought before the meeting. Chairman Wood oi the finance ; Kverybody lively. A social gathering .was held at Mr. A. A. Harris' home, on February Mh. for the purpose of organizing a young people's club. A : jolly bunch were present, and the club i was organized and named the "Masin.i-. sin Salylite." Motto: "Kquity." Res-: ulations: Do to others as you would" ; have done to you. The Masiuasin Salyites are giving . . , . .a party ;o Mr. Nelson Ren-4fng ton's. commiUee said for the convenience o;; K-bruary ^nd. as a commencement o' the people this committee would I their work 7>rove taking over school work at $:'. for Tliere will also be a meeting held : February 'jiirrt for the purpose of or- i i ganizmg a women's club. some means. S. Dunham suggested that inns-much as the Y. M. C. A. was,available, and was a non-sectarian institution su�h a library should be installed there where it would be readily available to the public every day. Mayor llardie explained the efforts which had been mad/ in the past to secure a Carnegie Library, the initial efforts having been blocked by cries of ''blood money" on the part of some residents. However he said that at j the present time the city has an offer (from the Carnegie Library fund of [$3(J,U spend lu percent of that amount, or i ?3.tM�o for maintenance, j Win. Symouus thought that the neg-Uuiatioiis should be re-opened. He ; thought the talk of blood money was : foolish. The city needs a library and jthey want it in a public place. He i (1 id n' t think the V. 31. C. A. would 9 ;do. ; Seigt. Cutiingham spoke strongly m ! favor of the Carnegie library which She said had proved a great sucye?s ^isewhere in towns smaller than Leth. bridge. Mayor llardie said the city council would be willing to reopen negotia- te on el Moore. If a nvan has been ordered to report it is o{ no use to appeal to Mr. lUcc-.lones until the. application for leave has come before the commanding officer and the Uulve of absence board, j if the leave is not granted, and the man wishes to take the matter up with Mr. ({ice-Jones, he is at liberty to do so. 1 If a man is in the first, draft ami has tak^n' ' noC11 refusot* exemption ukit has not when left to run thMr courses nioa\it '' >'pt beeu or(lei'eii 10 rG*,oA for dut>'' long continued sickness and some> times death: nianv of these cases could be prevented by the observance of pro- Edmonton, Feb. 2fi.-The Oddfellows Grand Lorigo olfccted the following officers: Grand Muster, J. A. Tally, Calgary, (acclamation Deputy Grand Master. Kdgar Berry, Halkirk, Iaccltunallon). Grand Secretary, O. K Tisdale, Calgary. (�mini Treasurer, H. J. Adams, Cnl-gar>-. The contest for Grand Warden was a five-sided one, with the following candidatos: 10. M. Clark, Vulcan; F. White; C. K. Noble. Consort; J. H. h. Morgan, Jildson; W. ,r. Rmlgers, Calgary. C. M N'oble, of Consort, was elected Grand Warden. Our Ready-to Wear RECORD 'FOR SHORTHORNS Toronto, Feb. 25.-Record prices for imported Scottish Shorthorn cattle were realized' at the Union Stock Yards on Satm-day by Col. Carey John of Chicago for W. A. Dry den and [ Tohn Miller. oZ Ontario county. Sev-1 cnty females averaged $1,060 while a dozen bulls avoregade a trifle less. Now Featuring Splendid Varieties diseases which could be prevented when timely precautions were LOOK AT A CHILD'S per precautions when the cause was known and much snficring as well �\s much expense could be avoided. Dr. Garner was asked If he were willing to assist, the Mine Workers in an effort to secure better sanitary conditions, and join in the efforts being contemplated by the Alberta government. Being familiar with the laws and the conditions iu Alberta, the doctor made it plain that he and his firm I j he must apply to Registrar Carson for I permission to have his exemption reconsidered. If the exemption is not reconsidered , and granted, he may make application to the corumancling officer for leave, as stated above. Applications for leave must he brought to the attention of the commanding officer within one week from the date on which lie has been ordered to report. This regulation applies to all applications made in future. It has also been ordered that no man making application sjiall be included FEVERISH AND SICK Take No Chances! Move Poisons from and Bowels at Once. were more than �willing to aid in anvil" an overseas draft until his applica-way the efforts for more-efficient su- lion has. bec" disposed of by the pervision of sanitary conditions there j authorities. , �3 well as in British Columbia. Mis short, address \vgreatly appreciated by the delegates and a vote of thanks was unanimously -tendered him. Later be was requested to reduce his remarks to a printed form for the delegates in order that they might take tlTem to their several locals for use in propagating a general movement for bettering the health and the sanitary conditions of the miners and their families. CAR BARNS BURNED park. The town have in view the pur- j " {?^oi , hese clubs "are a branch m \ tio.uls al om;e i� the people of the city chase of park but owing to war fon-.L^ur r p A ]ocl] *aui so- �nd would like an expression ditions the present owners will be ask-f j, ^"fi 'he '"ood new* for" some ln i 01 uI)inio" {vom the F�rpm. He thought - -* � - *u,the need was greater for a reference library than for a lending library. He didn't think there would be much difficulty in securing the same offer oi a $.10.000 grau t irov.i the Carriegie ed to. hold property for future pur-; kRow Uiat we have a public library chase by the town. Suitable swimming insl.aned at Mr. - Shield's' and books pool was discussed and further action : mav be nad bv c0mpiviIlg wjth cprtani will ije taken in this matter in t>.-� vu{e? w^'hooe that'this librarv wlli = near nnure. Ber.dicttou Councillor | be of amru benefit to the community, i Toronto; Feb. 2-".-The barns of the Scarboro division of the Toronto and York Radial railway were destryed by fire yesterday causing a loss of ?70,-imo. Four large radial cars are included in the Ic.^s. which is fully covered by insurance. The Toronto and York Radial iV one of the subsidiary lines of the Toronto Railway company. London, Cob. L\~>.-Though (lie Canadians at the front are wearing service chevrons. Canadian headquarters in London have not> yet permitted Canadians iu England to have the chevrons. The chevrons consist of a Mothers can rest easy after giving "California Syrup of Figs," because in a few hours.all the elogged-up waste, sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the bowels and you have ! a well, playful child again. Children j simply will not take the time from ; play to empty their bowels, and they become tightly packed, liver gets slug-# gish and stomach disordered. When cross."ffcveristi, restless, see if tongue is coated, then give this delicious "fruit laxative." Children love it, and it can not cause injury. No difference what ails your little one-if full of cold, or a sore throat, diarrhoea, stomach-ache. bad.breath, remember, a gentle "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups are printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig-syrups. red stripe or 1914. and blue snp?a|.M druggist for a 50-cent bottle for each lollowmg year or portion of j of ..CMifornia Syrup of Figs." then look carefully and see that it is made ; Morwin Movold has beeu quite sick j f:und I)rovi(l^1 tUe cit>* -Ts ve*i]y Death Mrs. Grant | for the paM ,hree ,veeitSf uut is n.\\^ �P J^> ^ne agreeinent to spend W � verv much regret to record the ( covering sJowlv. We hope for a speed-! a -V'ai,lu uJ,keep- T, . death of Mrs. Hush Grunt a ladv who I ier recoverv. I . *> h>\ ^f^- Duunam,�jd \ omagel tiiat the city council at-'.onre reopen negotiations) for a Carnegie Library was unanimously carried. Donald McNabb and Mr. Barrowman spoke briei'iy after the vote was taken. IDENTIFIED AS GERMAN Look As YOU FEEL You know well enough when your liver is loafing. r /VIWOTID A T1A1I is the *irst warning; then you tUnDlirAl lUn begin to "feel mean all over." Your skin soon gets the bad news, it grows dull, yellow, muddy and unsightly. Violent purgatives are not what you need-just the gentle help of this old-time standard remedy. Small Pill, Small �>ose, Small Price. Genuine betrt �iffiutura Geneva, Feb. -Raymond rfwobo-da. who claimed American citizenship when ' he was awrested' 'recently for espionage, being released subsequently on bni!. was again arrested at Berne yesterday and brought to prison here. IE" is said to have been identified as a German officer. a year. Imperials are required to have seen actual service at the front before they are entitled "to chevrons. But. as a generous ruling by :he Grit-is-h authorities haw allowed overseas troops to wear chevrons correspond- j ing io the date they left home, ir.any 1 are entitled to 1914 chevrons. Moreover, provided they left Canada, i" is unnecessary to have been U\ France at all. It is now possible for a Can- j adian never at the front to wear the j red chevron and four blues. To dis-i criminate between those who have j been at the front and who have been \ in ISngland, it understood bead- j quarters is seeking perm's-don to have different colors for .service at | the front and in KngLind. bv the "California Fig gyrup Com-panv." We inake^no smaller size. Hand back with contempt any other fig syrup.-Advertisement. 1 MORE NEW SUITS AND COATS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES, WAISTS, UNDERSKIRTS, ETC., JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS. Garments of the famous North-nvay make are farther In the lead than ever this season for becoming, attractive styles, and as for values, it is only a few of the larger concerns, of which NorUiwayB are the leaders, that are in^a position to secure their material far m advancer thus giving in garments away below present market vaJuea. ' w Styles are the most attractive we have had to show in many seasons and values th� beat obtainable. New Suite.. $35 to $65 New Coati.. $20 to $45 New Skirts $6.50 to $25 New Drewes $17.50-535 New Waists.. $2 to $10 New Petticoats, $1.75 to $7.50 t Many lines of new wash goods, 'silks, hosiery, gloves, corsets. white wear, underwear, feather boas, ntsekwear, house dresses, etc., that you,have not seen before. Clarke & Co 6,12 THIRD AVE. S. ? ? I, I OoN'TixTiEn- rnoM, FiioNT Carters V i Affix's* & pARTER'S IRON PILLS lany colorless faces but ^^will greatly help most pale-faced people. j The officers' report committee rinal-! Iy conciuded its report and as a whole | it was passed without division. Details ;growing out. of that report will at times j be dealt with as they come along in the regular course of business. The next thing on the order is the report oi the committee on resolutions. N^hich will take up some time as well as that of the committee on constitution. -Mr. Gilchrist, a representative of the Stationary Steam- Engineers, Was given a hearing upon his request that, a representative of his organization be allowed to sit wkh the scale committee Millinery Opening Tomorrow (Tuesday) and following days All Ladies Invited prmg mery enin cor invite vou present at our com- plete display of the newest Spring Millinery on lues an 1SS ameron Wary 26th and 27th 604 Third A Millinery Opening MRS. McMEEKIN 13th Street North w e are having our pring Nyilinery Opening on h r r Tuesday Next February 26th and following days ,x ill Spring Millinery Display Tuesday, Feb. 26 all invite,all ladies to see the display oi new styles Spring Millinery- I>J. McLeay 1 * In' We will show, new patterns continuously, beginning February 26th. I* - THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Everything in Millinery. You are cordially invited. aunt* Miss Johnston 309 Sixth Street, South ;