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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 1, 1910 T11K UiTHUUIDC.K DA rffirtALI) PAGE FlVli Last uleht the First Baptist church wns well Mllod when tho Bev. D. Itoss preached his farewell sermon. In ditlou to the members ot bis own cliurcb representatives from the other ir. the city WW ont to take so'mu slinrn In tlic gather. Ing. .Mr. Itoss toolt for MB text "When He Behold tho City, Went over it." Tho speaker said ''last words" wnrn IF YOU DESIRE A KOST COMPLEXION 6aye we cant help But l better mid feel better in Inside blth. To look cr.s's Scit sad '.Sii best is to enjoy an'inside bath each morning to flush from the system the previous day's waste, sour fermenta- tions and poisonous toxins before H apt to be one's weakest upot, but moot coait when (t burni, leaves behind a people looked to a proacher to bo par- cortain amount of incombustible am- llcu'lurly strong In Ills emotions and (u the form of ashes, BO tho food to bo able to say farewell with :i j antj taken each day leave In the cheery face. The passing of tho twot ttnmoniftry organs a certain amount of oud a half years hu had boon connec-i which If not el- ted with that church had boon niark-h iormE toxino, and poisons, ed with many thingo which lias Kmoh ttro ulen Into the blood brought Joy to him. The Sunday; through the very duets which arc In- school convention held in October, to suok In only nourUhment to had proved to he a groat help. gU5tain the body. to him In the commencement of his; ]f you to Beo the glow of ministry. The time spent here also bloom in your cheeks, to see had not only proved ot benefit to him your get ttnd clearer, you physically, hut it had made him are UM lo jrtnk avc.ry mornlug upon stronger spiritually. He had formed j al.jsinj, giaEB pf hot water with a friendships not only among the Dan- lists, lint with other people and he had received much benefit from these. For more than 30 years he had tried m________----.....----- to cultivate friendships among all Bowois, thus cleansing, sweetening, those who loved the Lord. The speak-j and purifying tho entire alimentary asserted that he -would rather have tract before putting more food into friendship with God's people than his pocket full of dollars. Mr. Hoss teaspoonful of limestone phosphate In It, which is a harmless means of wash- Ing the waste material and toxins from the stomach, liver, kidneys and then referred to his text, on the com- ing of Christ Into Jerusalem as a fitt- ing subject to talk abou'. at that gath- ering. Brief pointed sentences em- phasizing tho difference In the crowds Kt the coming of Christ In His entry of the city and His shameful death on the cross wore need to force home tho preacher's conviction of the need of keeping the flag of'the church fly- Ing. Jn conclusion he askfcd for God's blessing to rest upon the church upon the city, and to prosper all the work of tho land. Tonight a farewell social Is to he held in the church and as many as possible are urged to attend. ALBERTA'S ACREAGE IN CROP Calgary, April acreage under crop In Alberta will not be so very much below that of last is the way that it looks to Hon. Dun- can Marshall, minister of agriculture who Is In the city today. "There may lie a slight decrease but not very much. April was a sood mouth for getting In the grain, hut it was too the stomach. Men and women with sallow skins, liver spots, pimples or pallid com- pleiion. also those who wake up with a coated tongue, bad taste, nasty breath, others who are bothered with headaches, billons spells, acid itomach or constipation should begin this phos- phated hot water drinking and are assured of very pronounced results in one or two weeks. A quarter pound of limestone phos- phate costs very little at the drug store, but is sufficient to demonstrate that Just as soap and hot water cleanses, purifies and freshens the skin on the outside, so hot water and limestone phosphaU act on the inside organs. We must always consider that Internal sanlutlon Is man im- portant than outside cleanllniai, be- cause skin pores do not absorb impurities into the while howel do. J. D. Hjgtnbotham Co., Limited, tflthbridio, Al Advertisement. District News j GRA33Y LAKE (From t-he Guxette) Barrett, son of I lev. CJ. H. BarrbU, pastor of the Presbyterian church, ban joined tho 6Ist buttery in Lothbridge. Sei-Bt. Clias. Scott, of the 113th bat- talion, was home from LetHbridRe over Sunday and took back with him two recruits. Mat Nelson and Glen MuLaughltn. EmII WfiUuin wan olectod without opposition to tho vacancy on the vil- lage council caused by the retaliation of E. J. JameK-Davics at the iiomiiui- tion meeting lust Thureduy evening. CLARESHOLM (From 'the Advertiser) Many In Oiaresnolm district will hear with deep rngrut that Lieutenant IJoddy 1ms been killed In action. Mr. Bodriy came to C.arbaliolm district about ZVz years ago, and entered into the business of cuttle rancher with R, P. Kingscole, UICHC two gentlemen purchasing the DUWBOH ranch near Lyndon. On the outbreak of war Mr. Boddy, who was a member of the B. C. Horse, ut once volunteered for ac- tive service and proceeded to England with the first Canadian contingent, subsequently obtaining a commission in the Royal Fufllliers. He had been in France ninoe June last. VULCAN (From the Advocate) Mr. L. Shaw had what might have proved a serious accident on Friday evening. He was driving Into town when a dog ran in front of the. auto. In trying to miss hitting it, he stopped tha auto so suddenly that it skidded for some little distance and then turned on its side. Fortunately neither Mr. Shaw nor his passenger were bad- ly hurt. A. .1. Flood, secretary-treasurer of the local Improvement district No. laS, has recently received a cheque for ?2545 from the C. P. R. In payment of taxes. Seeding in the Vulcan district ia practically over, and the farmers are proceeding with the ploughing. There have been tome rather high winds during the past few days, but these are expected at this time ot the year. CAPTURE PROVISIONS yetting in cue gram, out was London, April 30.-A British official cold for any growth. The mason is communication concerning the opera- a little late accordingly, though notions against the Germans in East as late as 1U1S. However, a lot of j Africa says: grain Is being put into the ground' "Lieut-Gen. Christian Smuts, com- and with a few weeks of warm wea-'raander of tlie expeditionary forces, ther there will -be much progress.! telegraphs under date of April 29, that There Is an amount of grain through- out tho province, which is already up." EIGHT GERMANS INDICTED New York, 'April federal grand jury returned an indictment to- day against the eight Germans recent- ly arrested on the charge of engaging in a conspiracy to place incendiary bombs on ships carrying munitions for the entente allies, and against Dr. Walter T, Scheele, president of the New Jersey Agricultural Chemical company, tho alleged leader of the conspiracy, who has not been arrested. his mounted troops in the vicinity of Kondoairangi, various con- voys of munitions, including 200 slaughter-oxen, 80 rifles, a largo amount of "ammunition, a herd of 600 mixed cattle and 200 donkeys, with saddlery and supplies." FAVOR COMPULSORY SERVICE Glasgow, April Scottish trades unions' congress, by a vote of 66 to 46 yesterday, declared for com- pulsory military service. The vote is considered significant. PINCHER CREEK J (From the Echo) I Dr. Warnock, M.I1, for this district, ami hia son Melvin, spent Monday and Tuesday in town. The doctor is look- Ing in good health after his long ab- sence .intl srxys that the season ap- to be ruors forward here further east. He left for Ottawa Tues- day night. P. Burns Co. bought a carload of fat wethers from H. H. Jenkins this week. Thos Williamson, the com- jpauy's local representative, handled the deal. The shipment was made on Wednesday and consisted of 135 head 16.380 pounds. The price paid was 9% cents per pound, a total of J. McGraw was charged before Hi? Honor Judge McNeil with killing 'a mare, W. M. Campbell K.C., appeared for the crown, but prisoner was not represented by counsel. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was released on suspended sentence and money owing him by employer as wages to be applied in pas'ment of the mare. Poverty Knows No Fashions lv HUGO MATEI. Are you in eeaeon with your drwi you buy your winter ia accordasce with the dictates of the weather and tho fashion? Do you buy your straw hat when common sense or your najt door neighber or the newspaper tella you 'that the reason of the straw hat is here If vou up, if you dress according to the dictates of the season and not according to the dictates of your pookethook, you are the snhject of envy on the part of thousands of poor men and women. of men, women and children of the "other hall" of the city's population never know Jhe pleasure of buying a, suit or coat just when they Deed them. Instead pf getting tb.pir winter coat in October or in the first part of November, they get it after New Year's. Instead of getting their spring suit in May they get'it in the middle of August. Tho reason for this irregular buying of is the same which ac- ponnts for many irregularities in the life of the people of the other half. It in the "cannot afford" reason. To buy a winter suit at tie open- ing of the winter season takes about twite ae much as it does to buy same suit after two-thirds of the winter has passed. Likewise ths sufA- IMF suit and straw hat can be got 40 per cent, cheaper about the middle at AngiiBt than one has to pay in May or June. The'inconvenienees which such a mode of after season buying entails in addition to the physical hardships .and dangers are many. Frequently people who don't get their winter suit or coat until February, their sum- mer suit-and straw hat until August, hive to defer many -mgagements and must deny themselves many pleasures in which they could participate if they had the proper, or rather necessary, suit or cost.' Among the worst Bufferem of this out-of-season buying are girls. They miss many a parly, social, or otherwise enjoyable evening by not having the proper dress at the proper lime. During the week when they go to work early in the morning and come from work in the evening they pay but little attention, to their dress. Nobody seea them. The foreman "lin tho shop does not care how they are dressed. -The, .girls with whom they work arc likewise driven there necessity. On a Sunday, however, they feel the lack of proper garments. They fcel their backwardness, and many a sad hour is spent in trying to make- file old (ioat, the old hat, and the wornout skirt do that day or occasion. When they bny clothes after the season they worse off than the man'who buys his winter suit nfler the wir.tsr ia nearly gone, His suit will not be an warm and nice during the fall and first few of the following winter. But he will hove no fashions to contend with. The girl bus. And when spends on a winter coat about the end of January and is overjoyed with her bargain she is at the salue time wonder- ing whcihcr tliis same may not out of fashion.the following year. Not infrequently her vngmi fears are more than justified. The cottt which she bought nt a bargain price, and after so much suffering and saving, it out of .date by the time she gets ready lo wear it. MACLEOD (From the Spectator) Another Macleod boy has given his life for his country. No. 75067, Kouald Hume Hilton, who enlisted in the early viart of 1915 as a member of the.29th battalion (Vancouver has passed away, resulting from wounds received at St. Eloi. Humie, as he was knovm by all his friends, was born in MnclOTd about 24 years ago, the eldest son of Canon and Airs. Hil- ton. Canon Hilton was for a period of 17 years, rector of Christ church, Macleod. T. "W. V. Webb, of. St. Paul's mis- sion, has joined the 13th. O.M.R., and will leave for Medicine Hat on the 15th. J. McNabb, son of R. McNabb, joined the 13th O. M. n. on Tuesday last. Miss Dempster, formerly of Macleod, spent a few days in Macleod with Mrs. H. Litle and other friends en route to Coleman, where she will take charge of the hospital. It is reported that Pte. V. Sutton, late school principal of the Macleod public school, and who left with the first contingent for the trenches, had his right hand amputated on account of a wound received in action. The Hon. A. L. Sifton, premier of Alberts, was in Macleod on Thursday. TABER (From the Times) The funeral of BldrPd Leroy Ander- son, or Barnwell, tool; place on Friday afternoon last from Barnwell school house to Taber. cemetery. The pall- bearers were his four brothers, Arnold, Clarence. Ervlll and Hitlman, and two cousins, R. Anderson and .T. Jensen. The funeral was a large one. Cecil Mauon, of the firm of Malp- Mahon. left for Fargo, N. D., on Tues- day night on account of the'serious illness of hia father, John Mahon. Mr. Million was a recent visitor to Taber ami was taken ill shortly after his arrival home. D. A. NIchol, the popular teller of the Royal Bank, is the latest Taber recruit for the overseas forces, he hav- ing signed up with the 175th battalion of Medicine Mat. R. Laird, of the office staff of Prowse and Lyons, received the sad news on Saturday last of the death of his father, W. D. Laird, at his home In Scotland. C. Luehr, the well known local photographer, was called home to Iowa last week on account of tho death of hia father. SEE PAGES ft 7 London, April St. Aldwyn, a veteran British statesman, twice chancellor of the exchequer and twice chief secretary for Ireland, today died at his country home, Coin St. Aldwyns, Pairford, Gloucestershire. He was born in 1837. 71) Dragon'i Moutk Wairakel. (2) Aotive Volcano, H.Z, HiAoir Front, H.Z. (4) PriDoe of WaUei Qtjetr, (5) 8. 8. NATO1UU. have searching for decades for a sound explanation of the geyser phenomena, and they are not able to give the Interested world full de- tails about philosophy haa been able to aioend to the heavens aad bring down to world dimemlons and particulars about the planets, txen to tell why the stars wink, why the >un and moon appear and dis- appear, when there will be an eclipse of tame distant reTolrtng: body, and why eclipse will occur; philosophy has taugbt us all about all the variations of the firmamtnt. abont all the mo- tions of the earth Itself, but geysers art piuilea. Nobo4r (illy understand! them. At any rate know something about know they are beauti- ful. A (triwr to described as a Totetne at hot waUr. The word bnlit forth with rto- lenca. They springe which throw forth intermittent jets of heated water and Stefan. In pouriug juelf over tie surface of the earth the water some- times makes a noise !uat like the water that hums an Irregular tune ae it OB- capes boiling from a kitchen kettle. It may be reasonable to assume that the water the overhauled ket- tle for the same reason that it leaves the were made too hot for It. All things of extraordinary beauty are rare. THe only geyasre yet discovered are those of Iceland, Wy- oming and California In the United States, and those ot the North Island New Zealand. Those who are fond of travel and la- terestlne; sighta should see a geyser. For Canadians mast attractive are thoie In New Zealand, the of New Zetriud are parti of the great Britten Bmplra. Tka Cana- dian Pactfc train and staamsbJp con- nections can bring slarhtaeers from almost any at the Dominion right np to the homa of geyaeri. Tie 8.S. "Niagara" of the losiin tine, plra regularly Vancourer and Aoeklandl from' Aoek- land New Zealand (eyier kaaena can easHy be reacaed. At Rotonut are numerous hotela to healta stokers ami tho mu4 (eyieia In the Tictoltr ix wicked- looking as they are oxtraordinarr. Bat geysers not osly attrac- tions .hat New Zealand to offer; there are hosts of ethers, and not the least are the Nnr InalainUrr tham- Klvee, who are oar oonetas. it thas period when tha linka ooanaettac the ln being knit clMor than erer It U priate that there be In- timate intercourse between its mem- bers. Freaent day travelling fadlniM almost aoaihiiate diatance, and mf of ns who hare tha meaoa not our kindred seighbours Mr of AucMand, wnlck le the largMt fai Ne. aaajnd, had IB IMS populatlac of tt.ltS, eut daring toe paat tea yesra it Is likely that kaa had Vtptt a4dad to K. Auckland has a toot harbeur. The tetertor of tke