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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THK LETHBRIDGE DAfLT HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH S10, APPOINT WOMEN MISSIONARIES HOW Toronto. Mar. :'e> inp the work. Honoris frotn the various presbyteries indicate that marked progress has been made dnr-ini; the year. The board has recam-a'.i'iuifil to ;'ne Ket'-.'fal assembly that salaries of the ordained missionaries be increased. BANK OF FRANCE raris. Mar-h The weekly stale-moat of the tiank of i'rance shows the foHowinjr changes in Frar.s: Gold in hand increase. I.JS'.'.opii; silver in hand decreased. MS.tWO: notes in circulation increased, "e-l.sefl.OeO; treasury deposits decreased. T.uPO.oon; general deposits increased. itT.itf'ft.coo; bills discounted increased. 2SS.444.000; advances decreased. 37,0:'!.'bin. lackers" this year, either among the Everv man'and woman with garden . r* -_r u:____u>.r a�.i. THERE must be no seeds or the growers. .----.. -------.- --- .... � , , space, must prodire to the limit of his or-her ability. And, thatis whv Ronnie's seeds are so essential-live, vigorous! seeds from tested stock, to ensure record crops. AmEger .10 .10 .05 t .25 HOx. Ox. .90 .75 1.00 .60 2.00 .GO .75 BRUSSELS SPROUTS Market................... CABBAGE-Rennic's First Crop.. .CABBAGE-Early Jersey Wakefield (Improved)....,........ CAULIFLOWER-Rennie's Danish Drouth-Resisting.........15 CELERY-Paris Golden Yellow, Extra Select................15 TOMATO-Bonny Best (Original). .10 Rennie'slmprowd Beefsteak. . .10 FLOWER SEEDS New Giant Asterir.uin-Muoed Colors....''............. Rennie's XXX Giant Cornet Asters-Mixed........... Drecr's Peerless Pink Aster......................... Early Blooming Cosmos-(irixed. . . .*................. Rennie's XXIt Exhibition Mixture Pansy............. Rennic's XXX Prize Rufiled Giant Single Petunia-Mixture..........4.......................... Rennie's XXX Large Flo\�ering Globe.Stocks-Mixture. Rennie's XXX Mammoth Verbena-Mixture.......... Giant Zinnia-Mixed. .,............;................ 2.75 2.25 .60 1.75 3.50 10.00 1.75 2.50 Wrt. , .15 , .10 , .15 . .10 . .25 .25 . .20 . .10 . .15 Mail Your Order TODAY For Planting Up to April 15th LOOK FOR THE STARS Turn the pu� of your Rcnnia eat. Jogue. You will notice a. iraa* many ptTHa-rmph* witl> atari.** the coraen. Thete an extra apeclai. vabiei that defy competition. When baying from dealere iaaatao RENNIE'S. (HE { WT1LLIAJV1 HENNIE K \N G �c. MARKET STS Ac3fo\ at 'montweal wivn;pe; COMPAJVY ' I, I .Vf J T I. O. TORONTO vancouv Lf* EDUCATION AND THE NEWER, IMPENDING DEMOCRACY.. Manual Training, An Ethical and Social Stimulant > > * ? * : ? �>*?*** ? MRS. DOHERTY : * : : : : : : * > : > ? > "If a few practical and patriotic women in each community-.women who are thorough., housekeepers -were to give demonstrations on the proper use of substitutes, and on how to buy and prepare food in the most economical manner, it would reach women who are not touched by newspaper or platform publicity, and 1 believe it would have very practical and far reaching results. "The spirit and efficiency of the home undetlie human welfare and the very life of the country. The woman who undertakes the administration of a home without understanding it is on a par with the man who establishes a home without being able to support it.' " MRS. C. 3. DOHERTY. What, after all. are iustiries ta food? One man's necessity is another j man's luxury. To a certain percentage of the community roast beef is and always t)as been a luxury-riiot to be had except on1 very special occasions. To others it is a commonplace on the table. ., "Everybody agrees that we miist do without luxuries in food as in everything else at the present time," says Mrs. .Dotterty; "but everybody cannot agree' as to what luxuries are/ The term is relative to one's means. "After all, it's the financial pinch rather than the patriotic motive thai. Have these things at your finger tips and you can secure a good position. Spring Term Opens Tuesday Apr.2 OUR DAY SCHOOL REMAINS OPEN ALL SUMMER INDICATIONS POINT TO A BIG DEMAND FOR OFFICE HELP. THIS SUMMER. YOU SHOULD ARRANGE TO ENTER ON ABOVE DATE AND GET READY FOR A GOOD POSITION. Garbutt Business College PHONE 1315 411 EIGHTH ST. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE RE8IDENCE PHONE 1531 GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY JT! STOP DANDRUFF AND JEAUTIFHOOR HAIR ) HAIR STOPS FALLING OUT AND i GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL Would You Like to Earn $1 or $2 Daily the Year Round at Home THE HOSIERY TRADE IS BOOMING AND THE DEMAND FAR EXCEEDS THE SUPPLY. WE GLADLY TAKE ALL THE GOODS YOU CAN SEND US. We must have more ^workers at once to help ut keep pace with the demand. The Auto Knitter is sent on favorable^ terms to reliable persons, and we furnish full instructions how to knit sox, etc.. also all yarn needed. The work is simple and ea6ily learned; the Auto Knitter is a high speed machine, and works by turning a handle. Our fixed rates of pay guarantee you a steady income the year round, no matter where you live, but our workers often largely increase this by working for private customers. Working either whole or spare^ time, this pleasant employment has .brought prosperity to many workers in their own homes, and should do the same for you. Write today, enclosing 3c in stamps, for full particulars, rates of pay, etc., and see what you and your family can now enrn at home. Mo-Knitter Hosiery (Canada) Co., DEPT 79A, 257 COLLEGE STREET, TORONTO - Tour hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a '^Danderin-? hair cleanse." Just try this-moisten a cloth with a Tittle Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, takine one Small strand at a time. This will clcan3e the hair of duat, dirt and excessive oil H.ud in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the half at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of tlandmff: cleanses, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair. But what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use when yon will actually see new hair-fine :.nd downy at first-yes-but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it, surely get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug-Gist or toilet counter lor a few cents. -Advertisement. THE Never-Failing Remedy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and Kidtiey Stones are often caused by Gall Stones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not one in ten Gall Stone Sufferers knows what is the trouble. Marlatt's Specific will cure without pain or operation. Buy from f JACKSON & CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 1 J .W, MARLATT &CO | SBl ONTARIO ST. TORONTO 0NT. pulls a great many people up short on this issue. Honey only goes half as far as it did formerly, and its a problem for most housewives to run their homos comfortably even on a greatly increased outlay. "That is not to say they are not governed largely by patriotic motives also, but in the poorer classes, especially, you will find that things are cut so fine that little margin is left for heedless extravagance. Again, people of means, .who are dominated by purely patriotic motives, are glad to cur-1 tail their usual food supplies, and I think that the example that has been set us all by Government House is excellent. "It would be a good thing, I believe, if knowledge were more generally diffused on the use of substitutes. There are so many women who are both ready and willing to econpmize, but they don't know the best w-ay^ to set about it. They, are heavily handicapped because they haven't the necessary knowledge of food values." "What would you suggest as being the best means of reaching ALL the ' women?" "Mrs. Doherty was asked. j "If a few practical and patriotic i women in each community-women who are thorough housekeepers-were to give demonstrations on the proper use of substitutes and on how to bf^;; and prepare food in the most coon-' omical manner, it would reacts women j who are not touched by newspaper or platform publicity, and I believe it would have very practical and far-reaching results. "When I was in the States recently. I visited the School of Domestic Arts and. Science. Chicago, where great work along this line is being carried on. Their motto is one that applies to Canada equally veil: 'The spirit and efficiency of home underlie human welfare and the very life of the country. The woman who undertakes the administration of a home without understanding it is on a par with the man who establishes a hbme without being able to support it.' " Mrs. Doherty is a firm believer in the virtues of brown bread, declaring it to be good not only for the body, but also for the bcain. Canadian war bread is much better than the war bread in the United States, she asserts. After what she heard at the ! Women's Conference with the Cabinet, Mrs. Doherty thinks that it would he j impracticable to attempt to enforce i rationing in a great sparsely peopled j country like Canada, with eighty per cent, of her people in the country and the small towns and villages. She believes that the re"ceiit Conference .will have a marked effect in lirfk-ing the women of the country together on the food issue and (hat great good was done by the explanations made by Mr. Henry B. Thompson. Chairman of tho Canada Food Board. Having conditions frankly laid before them would have far-reaching effects with these patriotic and practical women, she was Biire. Mrs. Doherty heartily endorses the home gardening movement. She believes that everyone should have Home kind of a garden, and she knows from personal experience what it is like, for Ure family of the Minister of Justice grew all their own vegetables last year. Except for the heavy digging, they looked- after it entirely themselves, and although they started out _in a lukewarm frame of mlnde they ondefZ by being quite enthusiastic as the results of their labors became apparent. Their health was benefitted, too. "it kept us in vegetables right through the season.'^ said Mrs. Doherty. "Some of our meals were made entirely from home produce, for we kept chickens and we baked our own bread." * Mrs. Doherty thinks that the more advertising given to the food question the better and that the general distribution of posters and dodgers in public places serves to koep continually before the minds of the people the need for restraint and self denial. (Sorlos No. 7.) One need not seriously fsar very harsh criticism of the statement that the religious propaganda of the .world have failed to tho extent, of tho divorcement, from thorn of a corresponding and balancing ethic. This is no less true of every phase of practical enterprise. To create or to restore this is alike the duty and hope of all civilizing institutions. Modern democracy will demand education tending, not to slavery hut to absolute freedom; an utter impossibility unless educative fnoility is liberated from the false hypothesis derived from ancient civilizations. Prussinnism is tho flaming ox-ample and illustration of this contention. The introduction of modern machinery into industrialism has worked out only to prove that instead of being a servant to the artisan has become his master, arrogant and unyielding. Instead of making him free it has forged about him a chain of an over-increasing bondage. The thing that man made has in turn made him the thing it is. It determines, most * minutely, his hours, his wages, and his standing as a profitable "hand." He must keep unnatural and degrading pace with the creature of his own hand or step unceremoniously aside for him more keen of vision or lithe of limb. Henco the counter introduction of the tabor problem. Or the good influences of these silent humans we shall neither attempt to minimize nor explain, but the influences are exceedingly bad wl�cn they rob the worker almost entirely of the proper use of his hands. A civilization that prevents the hand from instantly and effectively obeying the behests of both mind and heart may be advanced, but certainly not most worthy. Machinery has not obstructed Guaranteed to be made exclusively from the ingredients specified on the label.  \ 0 Magic BAKING powdeb- Your Grocer sells it. Costs no more than the ordinary kinds. E. W. GlLlETT CO. LTD. TORONTO, CANADA Winnipeg Montreal power of visualization but it has rob bed the hand of the skill to produce the object which is equally fatal, for skilfull and horny-handed mechanic is the same sort of stuff as that of the j the most dignified professor, and that the dawn of the golden age depends the'as much upon one as the other. Furth- er, it Is also of great social value, as a starting point, because of the essential association in the performance of it has robbed the artisan of the joy' the work which is of necessity pro of his labor. We need an ethical inter pretation of our modern systems and we believe thatsthe education contended for in these articles will at least introduce us to that much needed knowledge. . Of the social value of stich educa hibited In the regular proscribed studies. Wo shall look in vain for a permanent formation of moral and spiritual life until all social gulfs have been bridged over, and all the meretricious elements of class distinction have been put away, and we move forward tion little need be said. However, it is together impelled by the divine con true first, because of the final object j viction "that men should brothers be of education; which is, to so train the pupil that when he becomes one of tended to include humanity I supposo providence would have seen to it that. \zfe had been k^pt on all fours and Voltaire's crowning ambition the cherished privilege of us all. However, striving to bo super-natural is not the worthiest ambition even for the most pious nor it. is ofen the moat beneficial form of gvmnastic rxcrciso. �HHV. C11AS. BAKER. HUN TRIBUTE TO THE / BRITISH RESISTANCE. the productive units of the economic world his efficiency there shall be a the wide world o'er The Health Value We may interject, a word here re the 'health value' of manual training. maximum, and society at large shall j It is valuable in a Way not often recoE,.. receive the largest possible returns | nked. As opposed to the gymnasium it for his efforts. Secondly that his sym- j o'fers more natural, because less vin-pathies are so awakened that while i lent exercise which often bars some he himself may labor in the more re-' students from its privilege. Much of fined or abstract fields, there shall ex- j the time and expense put into tho ist. a common bond in the realization ; gymnasium could be used to more far-Uiat tho other fellow too is adding his j reaching and higher purpose in th drop to sweeten the world's cup of^manual training Toom. If the form of bitterness, and that the brain of the ' exercise suitable to the horse was in- Amaterdam, March 1!9.-The semiofficial North Gorman Gazette of Berlin pays this tribute to the bravery of the British troops in France: "The British soldier defended himself heroically. 11 in batteries fired until our riflemen overpowered them fu serving the guns. His infantry stood their ground firmly and engaged in hand to hand fighting. Not only was every fortified base and ewy trench and every railway embankment defended with the greatest stubbornness, but Britain's brave mercenaries even nestled in the last crumbling places.'' V*:,  SEEDING EARLY Winnipeg, March 30.-Six weeks ahead of last year, the Manitoba Free Press this morning publishes its first crop report of the season. Seeding will be general in Manitoba on Monday, in Saskatchewan about April 10, while in Alber-( ta it. will be general in the south next week and in the north a week later. '. WITH a huge army of oiir boys "over there," it means that every man-jack of us forced to stay home, to "carry on" this country's business must do MANY T|MES 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 Indispensable Utility. "'� We must win by Efficiency and Efficiency means transportation. In the Paige Essex "Six-?}" thousands of businesc men, professional men, energetic men, patriotic men have found the surest and most economical means of multiplying their efficiency. It has proved their best investment for their effectiveness, their country and the CAUSE. The Paige Essex is a war necessity.' v ' _ *Six-55" 7-pwsengtr 51830; Coupe "Si*-y -.-^,w;ii#rr <�.oju, , own Car "Slx-55" 7-passengcr $1230 Limousine "Six-55" 7-pus5enaer $3230; "Slx-SJ" 7-passenser $2850; Larchmont "Six-55" 4-passenser $1950; od "Six-39". 5-pn5s