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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V tHUflSbAY, FKBHUABY 1018 THY BoUom Ifftlls Out of What Waa I Onc� Sensational - Case $evorft1 plankB foil out of tlm bot; ttiili of tfib ,uaite of tlcx v^. Mtlcc tleardit, .di&rgQd with Bhootlng ''Uiid . wwn^lng Prank Francka i� svipi-eme v.ovrl yeitei'duy' iti'ternooh, and' the Jut-y aVttiteB�(!ii, Lyon ami Iveraon both dtacilared they had hekrd rovolvet fIrii and uyoh Hald he had iK^on tho flame. A bitlllt.'was dug out 61 Uie wiitll nearby and entered a* ono of the Qxhlblt*; but'the revolvor Itsolf was mUDtnit. The examtnlnK doctor could not Awoar that the wound on tho back of Fi'anttha'.heiid had been made by a reBck to Warner. Tlicro he entu-ed action and got two mouths wftge's. The case wont on again this nornlpg. JCT. J', P. Conybeare la proa-!ioiitU\t wl^lle C. F. Jamleson is de-foridlng't . ;  - �. ' � ;", . ,-~- - plCKED/UP IN Iassing c- rOR THE EtfSY UAN SANiTASY mmi ___\ The ijvovincliU bourtl of BX'amlna-Lions for AVbnrta recently �appolnte.1 by the Xloya\ .Sanitary Institute at Ixiii-don liHld liH Hccnnd meeting on Mon-(I'jy, Febriiiiry istli. In li^dmanton. Those preacnf ,were: .H.> B. Owcuh, R.''A.. H.E., provincial i?anll;iry onglii-oor; T. ,1. Normiiu, M.O., pvovjucliil boaltli oiricer; II I). .laiiileBim, .M.B., provlnclivl bui'torlolugist; T. II. WblloJ law. H.A, M.H.. healtli officer for city t.-; letlmDntori; C, S.  Maliood, M.a, haiallh officer lor city nf.Calgary; .1. 'B. Allan, A.K.A.A., lisafstant provincial urcliltect; .1. C. MtUor, Ph. D.. provincial director of technical nducntUiii. Dr. TttlbnL was uiviblo Id bo present owing to ii previous onKtigcmunl. Tho first' bualnciis to engage itio aitentlnn of the boanl iit IUIh mooting was to miiko all arrniigenionlH necos-sary for Ibn first. oxamlnatJon to he held ill tho provlnco by tho Instiluto. Kour of the piirtUilly UlKiUbleil abldlers who have bqen rccclvlnir vocntloniil training at the InsUliUc of Technology and Art, CVilgary, with a view to quail-i tying tor, j certificate of conipotoncy as asslimint sanitary "inspector:-! arc canilldntcs. The po,SHe.M8lon of certl-ricatfls from the Royal Snnltai-y Tii-stltutB will Klvi! the men atanding ar.y-whorc within ihu BrillHh omplvc Whllii tho occasion tor tlic exariilnu-tlon Ik the desiro of Iheae soUUers to qualify, any other soldier or civilian who can meet, the )-0(iuiroincnts may write ou the oxanilnntlnn. The e.taniluullunH will be held ;it the .Institute of Technology uil(i Art, Cal-be.aroimd laiJter hl's long lllnos.s. lie gary. on Tuesday .March lOtii, and Wod-^xpoCls to go to Ottawa some day thl.-f4l�, FOR VERSAILLES (Trfronto'Ti'loBrn'm) The nppolntmoni ot Ucn. Sir Henry' HawllniiDn'a? nr!il.s)i representative Ih.tlid'siipromo war canncil Is at some BpeoItt/ 'interest ti> Canadlami Imis-tliuoli a� w'hon till' c.ic.l''. were In Clen. Allenby'.i corps, thi.-y were In Oon. HawIInson's dlvlKimi. After tho buttle of Motive'Chapel It-, uawllu.son was re->;aVlod to Uttglatul tm- failure to lake UUe, hut �was exonerated and was iJ'alg'h Chief lIcntHiiiini In tlio Stmime drivo. It is Bt-'Uf(i Hint he once refused to carry out ;)rder.i given by T'Meld Marahul I'Vciuli. luiiisldertng It a hopeless (inls.'?!^ - V: S. Senator Watson bolleve.s that the railroads In future will be nationalized, but under private ownership, ellminitlng the competitive syatam. i Glen Osier, K.C., has raBlgiied the position of Ontario registrar under the Military Service act, end the assistant registrar, C. ].;eslie Wllaoa, has boeii [appointed to succeed him: I-l. G. Plckard, Huaslan ropreapnta-tlvo of Massey-I-Iarrfs Co., says Slav peasants and workiiien liftve reverted to vodka and that Poles have'armed to resist the Oerrnnns. ratalities ip U.S. cdul mines last year inorfcjsed to 2.695, owing, It is said, to the dCmoraUzatlo'u Jnto'.whiQt;. Tvar oondilions have" Uii'own;. the |h-dustry. . � � . a.m. and from 10 a.m.' to 12 a.m. rO:, spectlvoly. tlunadldales dCRlrIng to write on this examination must iidve their application filed with the Hon. ana'aftorwarda gaisaed, who,later de-kiocal secretary. It. b. Owens, !3.a., h! cnned his dlBcharge, Is now reported 13.. urovinclal sanitary eneineer. kov-dcttd.  � ' 13., provincial sanitary engineer, government buildings, Edmonton, not later than March Uth, 1918. The application ahonUl be accompanied by the reqtiireil fee of Application forms may he ohtiilned npon request from the Hon. local secretary) Paris, Fob. 28. ['nincli patrols operating the region o[ lleaiimont. Verdun' front, and In Lorraine brought hack prisoners,' says today's war office statement. . The lu-tliliMy was some-What lively norlli or Ilill :M4 on the right bank of the Mcumc, The night 'was calm on the rt'sl of tlie front. ��----^,-------11^ AMERICAN GETS LEGION OF HONOR tirls, feb. 2S.-Tlio Lugloti of Honor has been conferred on Dr. Louis Borsch, ah Amorli:nii resident of Paris and formerly o( IMiiladelpaia, In recognition of his sMrvlces as eye surgeon at the Vroncli military hoa-pltal of Grand Papais in tho Champs Elysees. Presentailun wan made yesterday by Prealdwii i'uincare. In August, 1.909, �r. 'Dor.sch received tho IlOyal Medal of Ihn Italian ministry of public instruction t'oi- his work In ophthalmology. Smooth V Permantnt N�v�r Wcari . R�corda Scratchy-Wears out Records Nuisance of Constant Changlns / The Pathe Sapphire Ball ver�u� The Old Scratchy Needle / 'yjy/'HO to-day wants a talking machine / -terlals in tlitjt country in return for cptton, oil a'lkl ' :bther-.convmodiities from the United'States has been reach- au: Tho following are tho regulations regarding B^udents employed on farms: l~Any student clasaVtled In Grade :Xl or Gnwle Xll.who has hepn.dn.reg; ular'i(fendrfnclQiiii{HrMjrch^�he"i'9gular. depaltt�ieutal ox-amlnatl();i were he to.continue'in'reg. ular 'attendance!; until the end of the term, shall receive isuch diplo^im as he would have Qbtiined had he paasod '�uch departmental examinaMon. on the iisijal baaia, or, on the roccntmenda-. lion 'Of'the principal may be allowed rto:'�ej(l;tD'.a hlghsr grade with-tho condition that lie'be required ,to sat. Isty th^; department with renpect; to one ur:}more:auUloof March 1918, at any achool conducted in ac-oordanoe yrtth the aohool ordinance and regulat on.B.inthot bobair, w|�* diioe�;9crtlfJcaletijQr: other erIdeupe �BtlttfBwee|(i'dur|�g;ti)e months Of April Hwl, Stay WS.'iana wi\o at,itbe TfgUlan'jlepfrtiiiQntal oxamlnatl regulaiionb a* cerM(ii>�te Pies and pastries served in eating place.^ across tho line must contain u third of wheat aubatlliito, and waffles and griddle cakes only one ( of v.'hoat. Boston police are aiding the British and Canadian rccrultlhg inl�slon in rounding up Hrltlahcrs who have evaded the 17jS. draft on accoiint of their nationality. Robert Van Courlland, 0') years old, and ^rth >$7,00Q,O00, cillmly cut his throat with u razor at his Mount KUco home, a^er discussing the rights and wrongs of aijiclda with a. vlBlting clergyman., Hia Grace Archbishop Slnnott' has little patiehco wlth.niember8,.of �the Catliolld , .afchdlocese of 1 Winnipeg who observe Leitten regulations in the,letter only and not in the aplrit also'. From every pu)pit in the Cit>*' last; Sunday -was read a.letter written by his graco severely rebuking certain meiiiboisof his flock who, contrary to*! the spirit of the Lenten regulations; had lately taken part In society dances held in Winnipeg. : German ipropag.uKla books were �found B.mong h I'oii.slijiiment to the soldiers' library at f.iinp Upton, L.I. It will be the iiiiildle of March before Col.. lloosevi>li i-i well enough to return to his hoiin' \l Ovsler Bav, hJ. . General W. A. WUiiu. iiead of the British recruitinK mission in the U. S. has aet out to recruit 20,000 of the sno,000 Brltl.sli siibiecta across thoaine. in the next iwn months. Sovenity-tlve tlvousaiul ilewiah gar-moiit. workers in Ni'.v: York will forego tiveir lioliday 1111 Washington's birtliday, _ and; insttnul, donate the day's darnings ,to';Jcwisli relief. A number rtf Anisrican ' "tanko" Hive been shipped Id Prance. Thoy are better armed iIihh tho French machines, which thoy resoinble, but lighter, though: faster than the British luodels. � Three of .New , York's downtown fJre'^byterlan chu'rTjlie.s, the Old Jf'irat ckurfch. University F^ace church, and Madison Square cluirch Irive de-^ilded to'consolidatp. �^.Tlear-Admlral I'^fh^r,..^U.S.N.t is ?.p-peaHng tor $2,000 (too ftjr'llie relief of dependents of lost U.S. sailors until tho Tegular finvernment m-achinery (gets into opBrallun. ,'. \. Bpv. AlexttUfJcr .Vl'ticLiirg; pajilor of /.Oo^wan. avenue- Presbyterian church, Toioiilon, li3h-,;rocaived n caN to'* becmnc pastor of � the ( Second ljuited Presbyterian church of Wash-in'gton, D.C. equipped with a digging, scratchy needle that wears out your best records and necessitates the nuisance of ever changing needles. The Pathe' genuine smooth polished Sapphire Ball never wears put, never requires changing. It / reproduces the music in richer, more natural tones-for it com- / , pletely fills the grooves of th^ recorfl and gathers the music from a greater surface of contact, so that it does not lose the slightest y , shading or tonal effect. ' , J?/, Thus does this Pathe' Sapphire Ball give you better music and more enjoy- ' ^ ttiisnt from your instrument, as well as ensure!; longer life to your records . Here's the Pathe' guarantee ! ��Ei'try Pathe' Rtcord is guarantied to flayatttast one thoUs-and times wiifuut impairment to tkt untxctlled beauty, of tone ' Ifyo.u are planning^ to buy a phono-* graph, you should certainly^ hear the Pathe'. Voii will be eqcbanted by it-s wonderful tone. If you already have a phonograph, it can be easily equipped to play Pathe' Records-or better ' still.-any P4the' agent will make yoir a liberal allowance I'dr it in exchange for one of tiie new Pathe Period DeMgna rr�ducm^ � t iHtmtUH)i chnh �ii Period Fumiturt. Will mailed free u/i�n rtfuesf. THE PATH^ FRUES PHONOGRAPH COMPANY OF CANADA. 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