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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 29. 1.018 THE LITr fi'BHIUGK DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN 1 Hope When R.B. Bennett Speaks Wide Interest la being taken In the Tied Cross- mass meeting in Knox church on Wednesday evening when U. R. Bennett, president of the urn-vfheial branch will apeali in aid �f the drive for funds which is now taking place in Ijuthbrldge. The Calvary urn tor ia grentely interested, in the work of the organization and his address should do much to stir up support for this labor of mercy in Tjiiih-b� idge. Tho campaign fur funda l� not pro-grossing as the committee in charge would Hko. Following are the figures to (lute: Total cash and pledges ...... *h75(i Total cash collected........ $3196 This leavtw (he local branch a long way from the* dtsalred figures, $30,000, and uuIoHs more interest is taken by the mans of Lothhridge people the project will rail, li' it, does it, will be the first lime bethbridge bus fallen down on a call for war fmute, and that 1h u' possibility the campaign committee refuses to recognize. Hon. Treasurer Smith told the Herald this nffHrwjon of one man whose home .was canvassed When everyone was out. He t:amn to the office yesterday with n $80 cash donation. "They can all follow huM, and we. will be pleased," said Treasurer Smith who can be found hi the office of Johnstone & Kit chic, Acadia block. Children like CROWN BRAND ! Hamilton. Out.. Jan. 29.-T. .). Shanks, chief editor! ul writer of the Hamilton Spectator, who was ntriclnm -with paralysis* last week, died yesterday. Mr. .Shanks was born 64 years ago nenr Belleville and learned his trade as a printer with Sir Mackenzie Howell. He declined an offer to lake charge of the Belleville Tntolli-geneor because ho did not agree with koijio of Sir Mackenzie's protection ideas. Mr. Shanks whb on the staff of 1 he Montreal Witness and later joined the True Witness of New York. He also became associated with the Wall Street .Journal and in this position met San key and Moody, the famous evangelists, f/or yearn he acted as Moody's private secretary, .editing many of his books and assisting in the establishment of XorthfieJd institute. ooRN^sreup -on Bread instead of butter, -on Puddings and Blenc JVfaotfe. All grocers sell it. 2, 5, 10, 20 pousd tiLi and "Perfect Seal" Quart Jan. Write for free Cook Book. TIE CAHADft STARCH CO,UiHii MONTREAL. �jtt Virginia, .\ilnn.. Jan "U. Arrival of soldiers and* deputy .-ihny'iHy in N'or-lliern Minnesota v. chkU apparently has pul a damper mi th*> agitation tor u strike -of woodniMt hi**�� i �:h. iin : 'I'b" K�*bi-diali: V;:'n in | he Hi*',. ^ i M'l*. ^ - The music deparimen: .�l Mm est* elub will me?'! on :h�* fir^i day l� February instead ! loui;; previously announced. Hln irruun- I'm I �rcri-.e : Mi d ie.l 'I'ttnol by .M u''!';))y i)a v �� :n ovmi UJi 1 ,k\ hbridge I u make, their lit nut- 4 Mr- 'run li Mat " 1 5r 4 The TljiMle Se,-. in;', ' 'ice! w rh Mit. Shtiud. rel" Ttb \V* dne-duy iifterndiu' Ked will make their home it, nun Hn The YAV.A. ur t!i#> l-'ir^i HupLis einit*"h wlli must in the churcl, loni^hr ! at K o'clocli. The meeTiutr willup- j em and a hftarty invitntiou is ^m-ii cu 'all voting peuple \TiKh1np '; *�nirc: *� * All memherrf or Muph- l.t-a't did]) te,r .\i>. 7, O. K. S., are invited fo inoei at the home of Mrs. W. !,. ,\1u\ e- v. lu. ban been wild ^ur fur Sniithe.rn Al- iin'i'id ion nf the lax (-'iiineriJem wiib tho dtjpiirtmimi �ud will devote hin,;, time to the Motor .Sal�s Ltd.. distributors '>'rtl.f t'er the enaat. to ,ei!d�- bu; Mr HumphrioK will remain lit-.'*-. lie )|}|m reeenUy sold liis hrtUSO uti Mli Si. S. to Mr A. CiunmlugK. 1 ,iM  nda in-e nf worke.-.- i:s r-(ie11,1!. 1230 Kifth Ave. H.. on TlnifKilay. \ ' " Jan. :ilst, at ?> o'clock to spend tiie af : -\ ^t'tiecal nteeiin^ -1 lield in the Y.M.c.\. before leaving for her home in Vie- Wcdui-sday. .lanmiry ::mh. I'm-B.C. | liaineofa ry drill will be held i>i omp! -   * i ly at three o'rloel:. The iea'-hei.^ of Skin Sufferers thelchangeK in practiee huve. been made The ladies swimming -and ^yunuir-ium clasaes at the Y. M. ('. A. will nut take place tomorrow on account of the city Iihv* linen invited to If th-* gtiest,p of (he club at -t o'clock, wlifm Rev. ('has. linker will lecture on "Kin- iour western provinces, met in Moose Jaw laHt week, and to those directly interested wan the. iuohi encouragintr and inspiring in IU history. As nearly as books can he kept indi- submiRBioa to parliament next sesnion, Jcative of spiritual effort and result, the if possible, and they have received instructions from the government to prepare such legislation as they think necessary.' In the meantime, certain new regulations aro to be entablished tinder the present Civil Service act and these, it: la stfted '"ivill very largely carry out tho proposal** set forth in the government's statement of policy." * Extension of the Civil Service act to all branches of the outside service is the main reform under consideration. to speed up the servbr. Owing tu misled connections and weather conditions i rains are now from 12 to 24 hours late, between New York and Chicago and from to IK hours to the .Pacific coast. the extreme cold weather, but. will beibryo Oe.-iigns and Resource An'. People's Forum Their natural actiqn relieves the stomach of undigested food, stimulates the flow of gastric juice, renews the activity of the liver and bowels, and strengthens the digestive system. Take thdm with confidence, for 60 years* experience . prove that Beecfym's Pills reports showed a larger Increase in membership than in any previous year, Nearly pvery church reported baptisms, tidmonton First church leading with more than one hundred. The secretary's report showed iaat as against the estimated receipts for 1917 of>$HL�,22&.or>, the actual receipts were $94,467.53. Alfio that as against a net liability tu the union four years ago Mvheu a decided move was made to reduce it (there In now a net liabil- ( TAXING OF DANCES ity or but $1.758.:;, with the mission ' Editor bethbridge Herald: - appropriations almost emtal to this. .Dear Sir.-ln yottr issue, ot ..... , , members to statute 4, sec- date four year, ago. .17, 19iS, re 1. H.\ o.m� a letter rromj(jon Qf f}]G ,!0JJsUnjtj0Jli viz.; .-All Educational Work ' Foremost. nameiy An I-mourned Communications under t iiU must bear the signatures writers. heading of the continued usual the following (A'ed-uesday, Feb. iUW. Kurtber notice, will appear in this column. Any intending new members for February kindly notify Mr�. .1. l'\ Simpson or Mrs. \Y, II. Holt. # + * It is considered some accomplish-) nieal to knit a sweater a day, hut Miss i Grace H'lillert.on of Wallace. Idaho,! does one in seven hours and thinks \ nothing of it. "It's all in training! one's flngert." she said. Miss Fuller- , ton has h pleating bazaar in Wallace. . but. spends all her spare time knitting , for the Red (.'roas. I .Mat iu'siaiis will a I so ha v*k i he opportunity of viewing a number of pictures painted by Miss Kirk, an artist of more than ordinary ability, who is in the city at the present Mm*-1. You -will sij�.h with relief at. the first uia*;ie touch of D. I*. D., the soothing v.asn of oils. Many o/ our customers ttian!-. u> tor thb= adilce. You will too. Tr\ |j. |). |>. loflay. W�- guarantee it. J. 1). UiKiubmbHui & Co., litd., drug-a.isi.s. A'tveri v*i--nient. The executive of Sir Alevander (lull Chapter, I. O. 1). K. wish to call the at- Or. Whidden reported for the edit-18o�rce of Re,venl!e- Ml,'' > om\**?*' cation board and showed that the col-j wh* tax dan(;Vlfi , 1 ]f * ^f^"? lege had Bhared the loss common to all ot aL leaBl �l�estuinable beneivt. and Hchools on account of the war. in men 10 (ir"w. s?"le inm']\ ^ students. The ladle* enrollment waa to the nniPicians who render i'er or 'ommiltce. those beautiful stiuins of harmony to give the young people a few hours enjoyment. There, are/also other expeti-1 sen attached to getting up a dance.1 that are too numerous to mention, and | in most casea the expenses are settled j whether the dance proves a success 1 or failure before the dance is put on. In many cases dances are got up for the benefit of th* poor, the afflicted | fees shall he payable hi advance and 1 .shall apply until February 1 wt of the j following year. Should the enrollment .' tHke -place within two months prior to j February l�t it shall count for the fob j lowing year also. Those f�iling to j pay by February W. of th^ following ! year shall be dropped from the roll. I So member in default of payment of J fees in advance shall bo. included In i those entitled to vote upon any (pies-j lion or for any officers for any cltap-j OUR GUARANTEE OF PERMANENT, LASTING DENTAL WORK TO every patient for whom we construct,, crowns or crown and bridgework. we, give AN ABSOLUTE, TEN YEARS GUARANTEE OF PERMANENCY. It would business folly, for us to give, this guarantee did we employ other than tin-, very highest gra'ounK ne�Ple a lltttle enjoyment, tex-preeldent of Brandon College) i, Voung further says in Us letter was elected president ot the Baptist:haH* "sefl for ,iancin� *"ouUl e-''* per 11 was re-appointed as general secretary. and some large affairs a great deal Paris. .Ian. organized as 28.--The French senate, a high court of justice and which today began i he 1 rial of ( Louis J. Mulvy, former minister of the interior, ou charges of high treason, after a long secret session, announced Dr. D. R.Webb waa^o-appointed i7d^ i1,10re w,,,ch is ont 'wf rftason- 0ne it had rejected the plea that it was rector of religious education for the : x>ar|y inay sel u,) VUm'e am! nm '' uot fonipetenl to act in the case. An- i four western provinces ('has Baker a �wcoess or it owing, to his or Iter, loine noise, president of the seu-of the local church here was honored J^fiwcnt and if they make a little1^ declared that the demand of two. by membership on the education mouey !:he-v i,ve ,,nLilled to u- . 'vie. civilians that they be made parties j beard and also the general board of the P^�Ple in , most cases are satisfied , (u ,ne (>asr was AU)t acceptable u> the j Union. ' I w^h the pleasure they have enjoyed ! volirti fje announced that a supple- Hummer *M.ion In Calgary., It was i wotlW i,inwelf approve of raxing �vw.v ! *' _____________ DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. _ 1 Drs* Bruner, Richards and Nelson Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK t not decided where the union would nieet next year but most likely in Win-! nipeg. ? ? ? V V  FRENCH SUCCESSES Pari*, Jan. 2ft.-French troops penetrated the German lines in upper Alsace, destroyed defence works and brought back prisoners, tha war office announces. On Sunday one German air-plan*, wan brought down ami three others fell damaged in the enemy lines. On the same day French squadrons threw down 0,000 kilograms (KUDu pounds) of explosive ou the railway .station at Conilans. factories .in the region of St. Flivas and various aviation grounds in the enemy Bones. dance both public and private. If we ' go to a private party, birthday party,; and other numerous private affairs,.; they are most generally included with'; a few dances. Why. to give the quests | and friends enjoyment, in (hi* rp- I apect 1. H. Vouuk In my opinion is . absolutely absurd. Again I. H. Voting refers to dancing from a moral standpoint. 1 cannot see where a properly conducted dance ' should suggest immorality" to reasonable minded people.'* There is abso-^llutcly uo more harm In attending a> ^,1 properly conducted dance iu respect-, ^[able company, than there is in going; ^,lto a p'cuic.'l. H. Young | 'would also like these affairs, dances,' TH E CAN AD IAN BANK OF CO Vancouver.. Jan. 29.-Prohibition of | the sale of alcoholic, liquors in British I Columbia has, according to opinions ! expressed by a number of delegates at' the convention of the British Columbia Federation of Labor in sen-sion here today, been of benefit; w> workmen, improving their physical, financial and social status, and caus- lnierest in SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD.. D,C.L, President H. V. F. JONES, Ass'tGen'i. Manager MERCE SIR JOHN AIRD. C.:n�-raJM*nMV } V, C BROWN, Sup't of Central Western Branchei Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 t Reserve Fund,  $13,500,000 FARMERS' BUSINESS lie intSlu . problems connected with ? Th e Major Jack Ross Chapter of I. O. WILL HOtDA KEEP LIVER ACTIVE AND BOWELS GLEAN WITH ^closed down at l: o'tloiik. ����� ; pr0bleiM� i-onnectcil with the life of, ^ have .uggeBtei a hall-lio Way ho lhttljth _ A propowl, l0 s, on > ho Peop � con i have had their dance ! , ,8 ,m{n oppoae,, ,, (|le pro. i iniarhghtorn have bee, sa.ely liomo , ib| , n * ^ a d in heel beior., the hour ol u p.m. Illlervle�r the provincial Rovern- 1. II. Young concluiles by saying  ... , oue, f dial the sale of � * ion aidt he Wea irate, Stn,  �*f wle" ,,ow�- Farmers find the service of this Bank efficient and sati�  factory in the discounting and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes supplied tree of charge. 140 W Lethbridge Branch - - R. T. Brymner, Mgrj Voung's views me withoni doubt ab-jsurd, narrow minded and extremely ; selfish, people who get up dances are ] j usually respectable and likewise the j people who attend same, while I. u. B�st. When Bilfoui, Sick, Headachy, Constipated, or For Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. i-j Young may have bad aorae prpvoca-" some time to be averse todanc-jlng, there is no justltication in his ,jabsurd views and they will be a long {while in bearing that fruit. Yours sincerely. \V. If. HAKUING. 1 AT THE VETERANS' CLUB L _ . * ON FRIDAY, FEB. 8th - Tho oveniriQ hasbsen set a few days earlier than Valentine's Day on account of the openinaof the Lenten Season. . t1 - h CARDS AND DANCING r Tickets 7*6each can-be had from any Member ot the chapter. FUNDS FOR PATRIOTIC WORK  �_  * all 't *' Be cheerful! Clean up inside tonight and feel fine. Take Caacaretato liven your liver and clean the bowels and stop headaches, a bad cold, biliousness, offensive breath, coated tongue, BallowneetE, sour stomach and gases. Tonight take Cascarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleanser you ever experienced. Wake up feeling grand-Everybody*a doing it. Cascarets beBl laxative for chlldrou also.-Advertisement. RAID IN ITALY Berlin, Jan. German aerial squadron dropped twenty-one tons of bombs last Saturday on Oastel Franco, Treviso and Mastre, in northern Italy; | the war office reports. Large fires, the statement adds, were seen from a distance. 0 * v 1* ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE ^  #  I ? ? m r r ' is receiving cream at their new site south of the mill j + Material is being laid on the grounds and the erection of the new building will be rushed when the weather breaks. ? 46 ;