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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EEN rm ,LRl'HBRtDGE DAILY HERALD Toronto, Mar. "0.-Kor tl\o first time in Its history llie Presbyterian Motrfb Mftiaiuii Honrrf has appointed Women missionaries. Ten deaconesses from*' tho Toronto deaconesses training homo nnd several women graduates of. Queens University will too In charge of mission fields during the lumracr months. A/few weeks ago on account of con-! ditlons created by tliu war a serious i shortage of ^missionaries threatened [and an appeal was made to the i church. To this call there has'come, an ira-tmediate response with the remit that most of the mission boards in Canada for which Presbyteries havc^ Risked will receive services. A number of ministers in settled eharges in Ontario will spetad four or- five months In the west, also a nunv ;ber of laymen. A total of, aii.O appointments were made. Seventy,; students from American srriifrisjrfas will spend their vacation .on Canadian mission work. From overy point of view the annual meeting has been satisfactory. The board has'been abio to clear off iU Indebtedness nnd close the year with a substantia! surplus and this has been done without greatly hampering the work. Reports from the various presbyteries indicate that marked progress has been made during the year. The board has recommended to the general assembly that salnries of the ordained missionaries be hicrcaseii. BANK OF FRANCE Paris. March 30.-The weekly statement of the Bank of France shows the following changes in Frans: Gold in hand Increase. 1.2S2.000; sit-rer in hand decreased. 343.000: notes in circulation increased. oS10a;. ^ R.OWCR SEEDS "'. * New Giant .%terreurn-Mined Colors.. ...... Rennie's XXIX Giant Comic* Asters-Mixed........... Dreer's Peerless Pink Ast*........................ Early Blooming Cosmos-ftjixed... .*............... Rennie-'s XXCl Exhibition Mixture Pansy.........v... Rennie's XXX Prize Ruffled Giant'Single Petunia- Mixture)..........4........'.;','........... Rennie's XXX; Large.Floxsering Globs:Stocks-Mixture Rennie's XXX, Mammoth Verbena-'Mixture........ Giant Zinnia-Mixed. .,...........i................. 1.7S 2.50 Pkt. .15 .10 .15 .10 .25 .25 .20 .10 .15 Mail Your Order TODAY For Planting Up to April 15th LOOK FOR THE STARS TnrathspS*** at ma Rmnia cat. akwuc. afoawtll naticatA fTaatntany paragiaafiawith slanAw* eanm." Thaaa ut uln p*c*H^mb�* tha,*. defy cuBftthMSk JgM ttris* tram VVTILL1 AJV| REN K\NC & MAR KET rennie, c.y steady income the year, round, no,matter where you live, but our workers cjfteri largely Increase this by working for private customers. *Workinl either Wh^^iOft #part tin** Is pleasant employment haa--brought thl prosperity?to many workers In their own homes, and should do the same'for'you?' ; Write tqday, enclosing 3c In stamps, for full particulars, rates of pay; etc., and .; see what|you .andj y^jfirnllKJcpi^ noyth earn at heme. . �:>:  Auto - Knitter Hosier) (Canada) Co;� limited DEPT 79A J257 COLLEGE STREET, TORONTO SATUQDAY, MARCH 30, 191* * > � ��>  ' "If a few practical and pat- _ ? rlotic women In each commun- '  fty-"Women who are thorough-..* housekeepers -were to, give ? demonstrations on the proper not touched by newspaper or ? platform publicity, and I believe 4 it would have very practical -a.�> takes the admmi�tratiqh';;rS!'-, ^ home without understiriaing it is on a par with the,man who1 ing able to support- " \ .the time and expense put into tho gymnasium could-be used to mbre'f^r-reaching nnd higher purpose in the ---- ------ - .,, ,,,...B ,,, ,caumiK mm nigner purpose in the drop to s.weeten the world's cup of+manual training room. If the form of bitterness, and, that the brain of the I exercise suitable to the horse waT in- tended to include humanity I supposo providenco would have seen to It that we had been k*pt on all fours and Voltaire's crowning ambition the cherished ptivllcgo of us all.. However; striving to be super-natural Is not tho worthiest ambition even for tho most pious nor it is" ofen tho .most beneficial form of gymnastic exofciso. KBV. CHAS. BAJiBR.- HUN TRIBUTE TO THE.-  BRITISH RESISTANCE, Amsterdam, March -29.-The semiofficial North German Gazette of Berlin pays this tribute to the bravery of_ the British troops In France: "The British soldier defended himself heroically. Hia batteries fired until our riflemen overpowered them Tu serving the guns. His infantry stood their ground firmly aild engaged in hand to hand fighting. Not only was every fortified base and every trench and every railway embankment defended with the greatest stubbornness, but Britain's braVe mercenaries oven nestled1 in the last crumbling .places." WITH a huge^army of oi!lr boys "over there," it'means that every man-jack of us forced to stay home to "carry on" thia country's business must do MANY TIMES as much work as he did before. He must take the places of the boys over there." * The American' people and the United {States government, in this hour of - economic trial, have declared the motor car to be an Indispensablt Utility. - : kj 7,JV ' -,�  We must win by Efficiency and Efficiency means transportation. In the Paige Essex "Six'fj" thousands of business men, professional men, 'energetic men, patriotic men have found the surest and most economical ' means of multiplying their efficiency. It has proved their best invest-,ment for their effectiveness, their country and the CAUSE, 'fhe Paige Essex is a war necessity. EMex"fUx-5f '7-patMnger 31830; Coupe _.. C�r. "Slx-5J" ?HMSsenser U230 i Limousins SedsnS!x-iJ" 7^pi ..... " Llnwood ~ * IIJW; " Six-JJ" 4-oaucngn(2S�; Town , Slx-55�' 7-pasjenger $3230; wi oi�-�,f /-pusengcr JZasO; Larchmont "Slx-SS' 4-passenger 11950-iwood,Six-W": 5-pBMenger $1395; Glwidalo,"Slx-39" Chummy Roaduer iW; Cabriolet Six-39" $1690; Dartmoor "Six-39" 2 or 3-passenger $IJ95: ' :, Sedan "Six-39"5-n(HlM^i�rf$192J. A^ljPrleaaf.o.b. Detroit. * . V PAIGE-DETROIT MbTOR CA]R COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN -�-p-n--=-=--- The H. T. Henderson Garage Corner Sixth Strest ;and Sixth jivlndjt South ' * Phorie 588 � Provincial Distributor*, for Paige-Detroit Motor Co., Ostroit, Mich. ':�'.� -':,'v'::"; ' :>.-!i'1;^. � '; :'":';:' . ,-  I -,'*Mv'..V 0132 ;