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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TlItisDAY, JANUAKXi!?)! 1018,. ' ' , .-^^ THE U?ryt?EHipGE JDAILV HERALD Hope^lor $ig Attehdaniie When R.B. Bennett St>eaks ;' IVide Ihtftt^Wt in fe'olng tftkin In the �Rert Crosa; ,tuii8� meetlriK In Knot church oh iMday evonliiK whefl R. n, Benneu, ijfi'eeiaeht of'the prn-viiicUl bfailAh AvIII Spoak In aid 6t the Ariv^ tor funds i�^lch is no^' takitiK j)Ince In' IMhbrtdge. The Calnary onitor la,krqatitiiy intorGHteil, fn the worU ot the Drlanizhtlon und- his address 8hould|()o'iiiiliCh:to stir up support for "this \iibpr> of mercy In 'LoUi-lirldge. � /'  ' �, �  The campaign for funds is not'pro-grossing usitho'cpromlttec In ftharjje would like. FolloWljiR aro the tlgnres to date: , , .-� \ . �  - ' , Total cash and pledges IftVSfi Total cash cbllectad ��m TbtB leaVfca the loearbrahch a' lonR way from the desired fltuies, |30,000, and uultiHs more Interest Is taken by 166" mass of. Lethbrldee people the project will full. If It does it will be thO first time r^thbridge ihas falleu down on a call for war funds, and that let uriioJ|slbility the campaign committee i-efuses to rccognl^.e. Hon. Treasarer Smith told the Hnrald tiifn afternoon: of' one uiun whose home .wa^ cflnvassed when evei-yone waa out. Ho canioi.lo the offlco yesterdaj', With n ISO coijh'donation. "They can all follow suit, ami wt; will be pleased," said TresBUrer amitb who can befouUrt In'the office of Johnstone (k IHtchic, |cadla block. llamlllon. Ortt., ,Tnn. 29.-T. .T. Shank|, o)�lef editorial .writer of the Ifamlltott Spectator,;wlio was stricken with; paralysis last-Wepk, died yester^ day. Mr. Sliaiibs .Sva's born 04 yoara ago near Belleville and'learned his trade as a "printer .with Sl^- Mackenzie Howell. He decltnpd aii offer to , lake uhavke of the Belleville InteiU-iKOHCor because he did not agree with some of Sir Mackenzie's protection Ideas. Rif. Shanks' was'on the staff I of the Montreal Witness and later Joined the True Witness of New York. also, hennme nssoolatort witli the Wall Street Journal and in this tlon met Sankey and Moody, tlio farhous ovanRollsts. Kor yearA he act ed as Moody's private secretary, .Editing many of his books and a., ^1 GILLETTS LYE Ottawa.. .Ian.. 28.-Reforms In the civVll service aro^announced. The civil service. commlsslciners l?ave raportcjl in lavor of a hew civil service act for submission to parliament next session, if possible, and they have, received instructions the gbreniriient to prepare such legislation as they think necessary.' In the m�entime, certain new reguiationa aro to be established under ,lbe. jiresenl Civil Service act aiid 'Iheae, it la stated "will vei-y largely carry out the proposals set forth In tlip goverhmeht'R 'atatem^nt of policy." ^ .Extension of tho Civil Service, act to all branches uf the outside service Is the main reform under consideration. Thwr natural action relieves the stomachof undigested food, stimulates the. flow of gastric juice, renews, the activity of tlie liver and bowels, and strengthens the digestive system. Take them with confidence, for 60. years' ejcperience .prove that Beecl^'s Pills Lvawt S�l�i^A�T.1n 30 days.':, ; ; . o^' Schaufhaiiaen. came here from Ger ma,nf four years'ago. The Kiddies Thrive WOWOERFULLY ON�OUR ^ FprthtjwerV'younJii'ifBblas ou* milk M jBll ^h�^ > roiiuirod to! nvaHara ''CPiiiplate inH^'ptrlnetH fooi. for'^*^a 'grovolng yoUndi-. tara our^ nft,l>H�'(ihthjlr eecinal, . iriiiidv meane aturdy. loFfwth' , jihii. lteiiltA)r:fiAinas. '�tter'ihaYa W leaV^'^^b^etlle at your door regularly.'It'la .clarified and pat-teurlred, '\ ' ' Crystal Dairy Limited first tlivte In the'uistory of tl\e college 1 ^^'Ij^f'^^pj^ l\ay why shouid duncers 1 f?�^IllTi'i'^^. �!!^� GIRLS! 6IRIS! TRY IT! : STOPDIUIORUFFmiii REAOnfY YOUR HMR HAIR STOPS FALLING OUT AND QETS THICK, WAVV, STRONG AND �EAUTIFUl; ' 7^ Tour hair becooies light, wavy, fluffy, abundant, and appears as eaft lustrous and beautiAil as a young girl's after a '-'Danderlue hair cleanae." Just try tills-moisten a cloth with a little Oauderlce and carefully draw it Ibrougbvyaur hair, taking cue atiiall strand-at'a tiiiie. Thla will cletttiae the hair �r duit, dirt and eioeselva oil and in Junt a few mpmants you h||va doubled iha bisauty of your hair. : -Banldesbeautltylng the Ir at unca Danderina diaaolVta evary^ Ikartlola ol dandruff; cla^tiies,- purines and tnvfg oratoa tha soalp, fdrevar stepping Itch ling and falllngjialr. � But what will .please yo>.� most wlh be after a few weeks' use when you win actually see tiew,'hair-fine s.nd downy at-' flrpt-*-y4i-but really now hair growing all over the scslp. if you caro lor prottjy,-soft half and lot!) of W,.^inrely,�et,a,aiiliall bottle of Knowltoit^ts.sDanderina from any drug, ^lat toilet connler\ for a.(aw cents v-AdvartUement. 1Ti^ Majpr .JacH Ross GhipterofllaO^EJ if ATfflEVETERAHS'jCLUB : ON FRIDAY. 1FEB. SthS ,);th� avanlnj.has-been ji�t a few.daya 'rii'er ,I'vthaW Valarttlft?! Oair on account of the oimn|n||^^ �M ',. m -.4 m The y.W.A. or the Uaptis'l phur''h 'will muet in tlie (tluirch tonight at K o'clock. The meeting wlll^)e oii-m and a hsarly Invitation is given to all young people wishing lu innie.  * 1- Ail members Of Muiil� I.eal Clmi)-ter No. 7, O. K. S., are invited to meet at the iiome or Mrs. W. I a McKenzie, 12i10 Fifth Ave. S.. on Thlirsdny. Jan. Slst, at 3 o'clock t(i spend the af-IrenQon with Mrs. A. K. llumplirieH before leaving for hei- home in loria, 13. C. The Uei)ekBi)s will incpt. toiilslii at T;:!(t in llm UeN Cro-ss nioma fur st'W-    Hlalrruori;; Mi-, aiui .Mrs. Timothy .Murphy have iiiovod up rrom IjBtlihridKe to mukc their lujinn Ihmc.  *  'I'he Thistle Se.vioK ''Irclo will iiifi:! with MrH. Shdild. (!4(t Tlli SI. .S.. (iii W'fidite.sdny ufternoon at ;i o'clock fur Ked Cross .sewing.   �f .Mr. 10. rj.'anil.t returned yi'.Mnr-day rroui a short IjoUday In HduIIiimii I ('BllrornlH. flirs. Ityhqiids ,iiid ilil). 1 dien will rfinuin In iSoiilli l'ii.-^iid�'ii;i until Spring. ' ROTS AS mo ^^i: LANDS M ASSESSOR .\. K. llmiiplii'icft who has liepii wild laiid.s ta.x anneasor ror .Soiititnru Al-boiiii since llic Incc'iilion ot the tax lias sevdfd his cunnecllon with Hid depiirlineiil and will (levote liis^ lime . to Hie .Motor .Ssle.s I.Id., distributor.'* �>t I fill- Dod.ifH curs. In whifh company he "'�lis fliiuncially iiiterH>it(!d. Mrs. Uiiinphf rcliiry-treaaurer of the provincial i ricn is IsiwInK ftliorti? I'or the coast to Mrs. WaHKcn, snpeTlnd'niient Milipiles and .Miss PliikhatOf liv i. hraiicli of the Ited I', botli or t'ul-gary. will visit the lied t'.ioi-.s i".(,in.s lie;*: tomorrow afternoon. A tsood atli'iidaiicu or workci-s is riMUifiitcd. * * * The Kcneriil meeling of the Malh-. esis club will be lield in the V.M.C.V. Vlj>.ft!JBle, even ij it cur-Called tne (sxtent oTlhc pastime some- The ladles swiramiiiB and gyinnas lum classes at tiie V. M. ('. A. will not take place tomorrow on account ot the extreme cold weather, hut will be contliiued aft usual the followinB Wcd-iieaday, Feb. (ilh; Further notice will appear in this column. Any intenUiug ?!ew ' members for February kindly .notify Mrs. J. F. Simpson or Mrs. \V. ' H. Holt, �   / It is considered some atcomiillsli-nient to knit a sweater a day, hut Miss GraiJe Fullerton of Wallace.- Idaho, does one in seveii hour.s and thinks nothing of it. "It's all in training one's fingers," she said. Mi.s.s l''iillpr-ton has a pleating bazaar In Wallace, but spends all her.spare time knitting for the Red Cross. � * '� The e.xecutive ot Sir Alevaiider Ciall Chapter, 1. b. D. E. wish to call thu attention ot members- to 'statute 4, section S of the constitution, viz,: "All fees shau be payable in advance .ind shall apply until Fijbruary Ist of the following year.- Should the enrollment take'.pla'ce'within-two months prior to February list it shall count-for the following year also. Those' tailing to pay by February Ist of the following year shall be dropped from (he roll. ^?o member in /default ot payment ot Mnthpsians will also have the opportunity of viewing H number of picluros painted by Miss Kirk, an artist of more than ordinary abllltt-,-who is in the city at the present lime. net revenue was reported of $256.07. The net assets of the college stand at �aoo,000.00, which as Br. McDairmi(\ rentarked, atood..agalnst ^,sset'oj-'falth'" nineteen years ago when ih'-school was born, .dit Union IVIember Dr. Whldden, who was elected to the Onion government in the recent lection wiir be retained president; of the college. ) M�. StovarRetlraa -After a presidency of four years At B. StoTel of Winnipeg, I retired. Dr.. A.^P. McDalrinld ot .Weft Hobaoii, iB.C.-^ (ez-pre�Idant of Brandon Callage); was elected praildant of tha Baptist{ Union for this year. Mr. C. R. Sayei^ Wat re-appointed as general secretary^ Or, D. R.Webb waa rerappotnted ardi-I'ector of religious eduoatloa for the four western provinces. Ohas. Baker of ,fhe loeal churpli here, .was 'hbiiorad by mamberablp on the edticatlbh bWrrt end also the general board of '.upper Alsace, deatroyed de- 4 > fence Svorks and brouglit back ? pHsonfers,' tha war office ah- * lionn^^es. ' ^ On Sunday one German air- .plane', was briiugltt down and 4' 'three, others felF damaged in the enemy lines,,,On the same day Prendb aquiadrona threw 4> down 6,000 Icllograros {VJ,'m 4> ' �� factories, in the .region of St. ��4] * Fllvaa and various aviation 4> grounds iu t,l>e enemy cones. 4^'  ^ # iPLIHEBIlCllllE^ MID BOWELS GLEHN f ITH "GIISCIIREr B'iat Whah llleua.V'tIek; HaadaohyJ Conatlpatad. or.For Bad raa^h er^Bour Stemaeh. jBe ch�erfull i, Clean uii' lilaida 'Vtaji night and feel fine. .Take CnaeareUAlp, liven your liver and cleaki the iowmi and atop headacltea.^a bad oold.'.blU, iouaneeB, oilfenalve-breath, qpated*ton>: gue, allowriesa. sour atomaji)! tfiil gases, Tonlgbt take Caecareta and vW-joy. tl\o ntoeat, gentlest liver an^ b�yrel oleanter you - ever experienced. Waka up' feeling' grand-r-l^verybody's doing lt.:Ca8caretB beat laxative tor olilldro^ alao.-Advertliemaut. � s be taxed. In most ca.ies .they have to pay a high rent Vor ,full fnform�tlon-a|ipl)r t9 A|�nta ' or Cornnany'a OfflaartiTO Maln-^^Bt'. concurred in, Aii amendment to the effect that beer carrying two and a halt Tier ceuti weight alcohol be al^ lowed was also voted down. . i ^ FARMERS' BUSINESS Farnper* find the service of this Bank efficient and satis-factory in the discounting and coliection of sale^ noM^ �Blank sales notes supplied freeof char^ �jy.f^f^':,'^^,^ squaaron dropped twenty-onri tons'of bombs last Bnttuday ou Oaatel Pranro, Travl^o and Mastre, in-northern Italy) the'war office reports; [.orge flrea, t}ie alatemont adds, wef� aaen from , t I'- .1 ' .  �4 �: W. WOOD CALLED EAST ' > ipalgary, Jan. 'iP. -^,vM. .W,- * Wood, president of tlie Oana-, ? aian'Counclt of Akrloilltiife.'has'^ been sumwoued) to ^Qttawai' u (� understood nat(r^,an$-li9ip(>r,t-ant tood regu|auona> ar� ,Untter oopalderatlon >by. thej ,cab(net cputtcil, "� . * \ >.,v;ft!~ is receiving cr^qht:^^^d^ their new Site south of the\ mill ."'It V .Material� being UiJl on the grounds and the erection of the new Mding will . 1 'i." 5947 093?097074 84 ;