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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDOE DAli.V. IIERXlD � SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23; 1918 SUNLIGHT SOAP is made from^ llie sweetest and choicest of edible oils and fats. It conlams no-harsh or strong ingredient.^ It is thepurestand most efficient tof soaps and, if used judiciously, t)rr\a they approach'ed by the use of grenades and rifle*. The Qermans have suffered con-sldera[ile tosst* on the Yser fronl without having been able to reach the Belalan lines. MUSI GO TO BOARD IN Rice-Jpncs Clears Up Misunder-staiidiniK About Leave To Work on Laiid Wlftle the convention conUl not, con- >nwn ar thi ciSo lC�^ii'''' ^Z\?rl'l^U^^^^ ''""'Z'l'"j?f * Ilbrnrv Ilnwrvor lift thoucht that it Proention Ot. disease was of the Ihe dty corc'l^^hUl nors'leSts "l^t^i:;?""'^]^^^ 'f i?," "ilf ^1 nto '"la lie c tv I0'be S at the c^^^^^ showing tli.it In many, caafrs. ami icni out \dd tional inonoy fo -which..couUl be prevented nt iiMblfp imthnrliiB^ qnil hv other Continued slckilps's and soine^ n,�..nl n i^^ll^^^ 1.^ =�n,.r I''"^^s doath; wauv of these cases could n 1 . * prfivouted by the .,bservanco of pro^ S%D�niram suggested th.t iriti.. "^^ P'-e�=9�tiops whon tho cause was MASUCASIN \ � --  . Masinasin. Feb. 23-Jolly good tiniM prevail in the community at preaeno Everybody lively. A social gathering was held at Mr. .\. A. Harris' homp. on February .Sth, for the purpose ot organizing a young people's club. .-\ jolly bunch were present, and the clu'o was organized and. named the ".Masinasin Salylite." -Motto: "Eguit.v." Regulations: Do to others as you would' hare done to you. TJie Masinasin Salyites ^aye giving a party at Mr. Nelson Rertiihgton's. February 22nd, �s a commencement of their work. There will also be a meetlngf;held February for the purpose of organizing a women's club. ; Kach of these clubs are a branchVOf OUrt'.F.A. local.' ' It will be good news for' tome to know that we have a public library installed at Itr.-Shields' and books may be had by complying with certSlu rules. WeTiop'e'that-this-IHirary Wtli be of much benefit to the community. -Morwin Movold has been quite sick for the past three weeks, but is /rs-covering slowly. "We hope for a speedier recovery. and was a non-.soctariau Institution '"''p" 'T^"''"'^ su* a library .should bo Itjstnlled there .vim'ng toTils e' m^^^^ Worka n h� ^n. .P available to , p,,,t of blood money on the par of some ,^.^^6 more than.willing to aid In.nny residents. However he said that at jbe efforts for more-oftlclent su-tbe.present time the city has an offer ; ,,.j3i,^ ^ conditions there' .'^nnn^'' C"""'^^'' ^^^Jf'^' f""'* ,?' as woll as In Briilsl Columbia. $3U,000 lor the construction of a lib- nIs short address was ereatlv an- , rary provided the city will each ye,.- ../.Viated by ?hrdelegl?':s S 1' vofe i"^l'?n, """'.T' �' tHat an>o�nt.,'"- of thanks was unanimously-tendered M.O0O for maintenance . ,i,,. ^ater he was renuestcd to re^- \V m. Symopds thought that the neg- ], ot thought the talk of blood money was ^^^^ ^j^^'^^ t, ^^^^^^ several locals to.*, foolish. The city needs a library and : in propagating a general move- Calgary. Feb. 23.-Widespread rais-tiildorstnndlng among farmers anil farm laborers who are included in the drmti dnd who wlali leave of absence to wdrk on tho |and, is said to exist by C. Rice-Jonea, who Is Ihe agricultural roprpscntatlvo on tho loavo ot absence board in an advisory capacity. Mr. Rice-Jones stfttes that many men are making applications to |tim for leave, when ho has nothing wlmt-6ver to do with tho matter. Any farmer or- farm laborer vi'ho ft; lu uniform, orHvho has boon ordered to, report, must apply for leave ot abaonce to the cotiimanding officer. Lieutenant-9Monel JMoore. K n man has been ordered'to report it is o( no uso to appeal to Air. KIcO' .lones until the application for leave has come before the commanding officer and the leilve of absence board. It the leave is not granted, and tho man wishes to take the matter up with Jlf. Rice-Jones, he is at liberty to do so. If a man t,s in the first draft and has been retuscfl exemption liut has not yet been ordered to report tor duty, .he must lipply to RegistJ'ar parson for permission to have his exemption reconsidered. If the exemption Is not recp\i3idered / and granted, he may make application to the comman'dlng oltlcer for leave, as stated above. , Applications for leave must be brought to the attention ot the com mnnding officer within one week from tho date oh which he has been ordered to report. This regulation applies to alt applicaUpns made in future. Mas also been ordered that no raan iiinking application t^iiill be included in an overseas droft until his application has been disposed of by tho authorities. . , miis IHE NE�r � HEADfODDFaiOWS Edmonton, Feb.'2$,-Tho,Oddfellows Grand LadKO ^I6ct0d^ the followlns officers: "J � � . ' Ornnd'.MRste^, J. A. TuUy, Calgary, (ftcclBnifttr6li)'., � ;]}eputy Grniid Master, Bdgar Berry, Halkirk, (hdolainallon). - Grand secrOUry, O. 13. Tlsdale, Calgary. Oranil Treasurer, H. 3. Adams, Oil-Ban*" ' � ' � The contest tor Ojfand Warden yrm five-sided one,- MiMi the following candldatep: . B. M. Clark, Vulcan; P. White; C. B./Noblo, Obnaorl; J. H. L. Morgan, .ji^dson; W. J. RWIgers, 0*1 gary..  � � ' '�"'�',t bettering the health and the didn't think the Y. -M. C. A. wpnld ^ ganifarv conditions ot the miners and their fitinilies. CAR BARNS BURNED F You Look Ai^ YOU f EEL You know well enough when your liver is loaf ing. VVW CTTD k TT All "the first waiiiing; then you tUnO 1 Ir A nun begin to "feel mean aU over." mm Yourakin aooa gets the -bad newt, it tpoiv* dull, yellow, muddy ud iia> �ighdy. Violent partativea we net what yon need-just the gentle help of tbia old-tiqe ataadard remedy. Small Pill, Small Domi, Sman Prioe. Gaaulaa A^^SfSSLH^lZ pARTER'S IRON PILLS colbrlMS faces but \i^wUl greatly help nibst pale-faced people. Seigt. Cottinghaiu spoke strongly hn i "3 favor of the Carnegie library. whicli; ho said had proved a great suq^.'^.s ' .-Jlaymoud Swobo- A motion bv Messrs. Dunham .and!who claimed American citizenship Volnagel. that'the city council atS&are when'lw wa? afcfifrtede^ecently for reopen negotiations, for a Caniegie eapionage, being releaswl subseciuent. Library Aaa unanimously carrieciction- b' on ball- was''again arrested ot aid McXabb and Mr. Barrowinan spoke 13erne yesterday and brought to prl-brlefly alter the vote was taken. son here.- lie is said to have been __=_ I identified as a German officer. Loudon, Feb. 25.-Though the Can adians at tho front are wearing scr vice chevrons, Canadian headquarters in London have noN. yet permitted Canadians in England to have the chevrons. The chevrons consist of fed stripe for 1914, antl bluo stripes tor each following year or portion of a year. Imperials are ^required to have seen actual service at the front before they are entitled "to chevrons Bill, as a generous ruling by the British authorities has allowed^ overseas troops to wear c;lievro�s con'CiUioii:! ing td the date thoy left homo, C:any (.are -'cfntitled to 1914 chevrons. Jlore-t'lovor, provided they left Canada, unnecessary 'to have been jn Franco at all. It is now possible tor a Can ndian' Jiover at the front to wear the red chevron and four blues. To dls criminate between; those who hav been at the'front and who have been in England,'-it i^ EWHEN CROSS ANDSltK Take No Chances! t^ove|Poisohs from Liver .and .Bowels at Once. Mothers can rest easy after giving California Syrut! of Figs," because in a few hours, all th6 clogged-up waste, sour bile and, fermenting food gently moves oiitof the bowlsls and you have a. w^ll, playful child ,again. Children simply will hot take the: timie from play 10 erapty;,th,e!r .howels, and they become tightly packed, liver gets slug-,; gish and stomach disordered. When cross.lfcverish, restless, see it tongue is coated, then' give this deliC' iou8 "fruit laxative." Children love it, and it can not cause injury. No differ ence what.ails',your little onerr-if full of cold, or a sore tliroat,. diarrhoea, stomach-ache, bad.breath, remember, a gentle "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Pull directions ,for'babies, children ot nil ages and - groAvn-ups are printed on each bottle!. Beware of counterfeit fig-syrups. Ask yoiir druggist for a ."iO-cent bottle of "California Syrup ot Pigs," then look carefully and see that It is mado by the "Caiitornia Fig gyrup Com pahy." We mak^no smaller size. Hand back with contempt-any other tig syrup.-Atlvertisement.' � Now Fediufing I Splendid Varieties ^ MORE NEW 'SUIXe AND CO'ATS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES, WAISTS, UNDERSKIRTS, ETC., JUST TO HAND BV EXPRESS. . ', V Garments of the famons'North-way make are forlh^r In the load than over tbii�. season for becoming, attractlra styles; anil as for valties, it: Is dnl^ a few ot the larger concerns;'of which North ways are the leaders, thtit are In position to^ a6cure their material far Ih, .'ajilvahcer'thus giving in'garments away below present mark'et'valties. '' - ' � ... Styles are the most attractive ;we have had to show In many seasons and values the best obtainable. New Suib.. $35 to $65 New Coats.. $20 to $45 New Skirts $9.50 to $25 NcwDreues$i7:5i).$35 NewWaisb.V $2to$10 New PetticMto/ $1.75 -: to $7.50 ' Many lines of new wash goods, 'silks; hosiery, gloves, corsets, whitewear, underwear, feathpr boas, iilickwear, liouse dresses, etc., that you .have not seen before. � : � Me&Co. 6,12 THIRD AVE.:.8. \ The officers' report conVmittee |iiial-ly concluded it.s report'and as a' whole it was passed withoiit division. Details growing out ot that report will at. times be' dealt with as they come along in the regular course of business. . 'The next thing oh.the order is the report ot the committee on re^iutions, \^iich will take up sOme time as well as that Of the coiumtttee on'constitution. . Mr. Gilchrist, a representative; of tlie Stationary Steam Engin^rs, Was given a hearing upon his request that a representative of his organization' be allowed to sit with the scale committee ___ S prmg MiUi enmg We cordially invite you to be present at our complete display o{ the newest Spring Millinery on Tuesday and Wednesday February 26th and 27tli ili ISS r��,��^� 604 Third Avenue, 0. L.ameron- phone isso We are having our Spring N^llinery Opening on, ^ Tuesday Next Eebruary26tli -Snd following days /* allinyite^all Udiesto see the display of new styles Spring Millinery. " ',. L^J. McLeay .THIRD AVENUE SOUTH lenmg Tomorrow (Tuesday) . and following days AJl Ladies Invited : MRS. McMpiKIN 13th Street, North ' f iiiitiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiili�ni�ii*iiiiiiiii Spring Millinery Mmcl^ iQnihumislyybeginm^ W^erythi^ You are cordiaUyihvitiM Q :309 Sixth-street. South ;