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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY JO. 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE, DAILY HRnALO PAGK SEVEN HBRIDGE FIRS OBJECTIVE captatrB ot the dlstrlcta reportntl to-liay tho following oollectlons vXnco then: District, No. I. ?liri.OO; District No. 'I. 1290.00; District No. I!, $313.00; District No. 4, $109; Dlntrict No. 5, District No. I), $118; District I/Ollibr;ilKo went "over tho fop", iinrj luvtiy bnyoiiil In tlie last day of liic liod Trlaiit'lf) cauipnign. At the liiiiclicon ot thu workorH at noon to-d;iy, a total ot $10,11t,'!0 wiiH^ roiwrt-ed, ivlilch \� nearly $2,000 O7or the ohjijctivu or �!),U00 and within $1,300 -nk with the arrest of Cortes: and ii was repr,c-senled to the Pope that unless fundn wore forthcoming thf- poor anions the iuvostors, who had dealt with the bank mainly because it was reputed to be a (Catholic firm, would be ruined. The Pope favored tl�n advance of 'funds and after consultation with the cardinals who administer flnaijcial matteis, tho Holy See decided to advance tho amount stated. 'T lETING, DUBLIN John Dillon Speaks-Anti-Conscription Fund'is Growing Dublin, May 10.-An anli-conscrlp-tlon inooling hold yesterday at the Jlansion House, John Dillon, Prof. Kd-: ward Devlera and other leaders being present. Arrangements wore made for j.the administration of the anti-conscription funds which will bo in.charge of local coramHtccs representing all soc-tiiJns. - ' �  I. '! I It was ordered that 10 per cent, of the money raised sliould be sent to Dublin for central purposes and tho whole fund was declared to be under tho control of tho conference for administration inipartiall.x irrespective of parly or religious beliefs. It is reported that the anti-con-' s-cription fund has reached ,�G0,OOO, although 174 of the 1,115 parishes have as yet only sent their first installments. LD GET CREDIT ARE MO IN CATEGORY "A" Of the G2 meg examined by the Lethbrldffb medical hoard of review on Tuesday, 16 reached medical category A2 and 20 reai'lied H'j; and of tho 83 oxomlned on .Monday, 30 had their categories changed to A2 and 2f to B2. Tho AL' men arc as fol)o\s'.s; John Kodo, Medicine lliu; .losepb Charlie Demarls. Walali; .Manuel Kd-ward Dacres, Walsh; Hernard. Kddie Smyth, Wiilah; Phillip All.iMt Harding, Letlllj.rldge; llerDcn -.�.eorge .Aloorc, L'otbbrldge; Raymond P. W'oi-T.iington, O-etlibrid'!!;; .fames Paulson,' Lothbrldgc; Irii ICrnest Lynds, Lethhridge; Aron Knceno Kk-elunrt. Twin Hutto; .\llieri Quinlollo, Colman; ,lohn Mlllur, i.cjiibrldgr; Ralph John Co.v, Ifillaii-. Oeorgo Aubrey Harper, Duuniorc; (ieo. Coffin, Bow Island; ICinosl Altrcul McKay; James Ham.soy. l,ft)ibridgp: Jolin Kentros, ' Lethluldt;i.'; .\ndres ennox, Macleod; Williiini Cyril Jenkins. Coleman; Tom Mingli^y. Livingstone; Jonatlum Hdi.cis. (.Mlcmau; Uobt, Daniel GrKflihs. l.iMhbridge; Wilfred Bainbrldge. Cojilliiir.s!; Roger .lames.Barrett, Orion; iiiopheu Joseph Halpln, Seven Persoi;:,; William John Oliver, Lethbrid;rc; .Wuirew Nl-c.as, Lethhridge; Jas. ( ampbcll Aird, Lethhridge;, Emil Sick. .Maybutt-.-; Roht. Tdompson, 7..n()ib;iilBe; Forbes .Murray, Letlibrldge; Win. J, Trus-cott, Coleman; Andrew .Maskorlne, Coleman; Ovldo Diiboli-, Coleman; Wm. Johnson Clark, Lcthbridgo; Jas. llargroavoH, Kipp: Llewellyn H. Thomas, f^othbridgo: Henry Hugo Brown, Kaglo Butte; Duncau Cameron, Pinchor Creek; Jaroli llu'.nmel, Hilda; Lancelot Cha.i. linjwti, Kngle Butto; Alfred Deschuiiies. Jr., Colo-man; Geo. Birosh, ICagle Butto; Gordon I^loyd Newsome, Banff; Archlo McKinnon, Coleniim. Tho following niiin were i)ut in B2 category: � ' Edwin Jas. Uulhcrrord, Walsh'; Harry Theodore Hudson, Purple. Springs; Chas. ISdwani Covingstone Baker, Retlaw; Goo. Jones, Leth-bridge; Robert Parker, Brant; Crispin Deacon Rogers, Coleman; Lewis Reid, Card.slon; Wni. David Wein-nielster, Coutts; Newel Sidney Brown, Cardston; Geo. Pavro:?, Lcthbridgo; Everett Loroy Jones. Lethhridge; Vernon iis. Gooding. Lothbrldge; Donald Gordfin McCrae, Coaldale; Harold Edwin Rqullcilso. Lethhridge; Abraham Hysop, Jr., Lethhridge; Alexander Munro, Linbbriilgo; Ciias. Stlre, Brocket; Qi'dellf" Wright Hastings, Retlaw; Frank Henry Lotchor, bivlcgstone; Wm. \Vellington Hog-, gan uoleman; Emil .las. Marquis, Plncher Creek; Altio Joseph Levas-seur, Plncher Creek; Isaac Herbert Bmmorson, Tjethbrld.^'e; John Edgar Ranuard, I^ethbrldgc; David Cllles, Commerce; Alexander Hay, Warner: John Snowdon, . Lothbrldfee; Homer Wm. Gould,. LetUbrldge; Peter Johnson, Maycroft; Wm. .las. Smith, Lundbreek; Tho.^. Cuniiffe, Kipp; Harry Pilling, Lethhridge; Thomas John White, Letlrjridge; Wm. Davioa Pago, Lethbridge; Reginald Osmond, Lothbrldge; Bai)tisle Torrate, Bel-levue; Joseph Tramaccl, Bellevue; Gilbert Uurloy, Tuber; Sam Aust, Gros Ventre; Henry Croisant, Hilda; Chas. Wm. Cook, LqthbrldgQ; Josepi Carey Bragg, Catchara. An old resident of Downie is dead Ju the person of Ann Todd, widow ot Robert Boyes, aged 77 years. Everywhere and Always ENO'S FRUIT SALT A apoon/ul of Eno's Fruit Salt in a glass of water makes a delightful drink-cool, sparkling and effervescent. Eno'S "FHUIT SALT" Is the best tonlo and digestive regulator over prepared-a safe and valuable romedy at all times. Be prepared for emergrencles by always having a bottle In the house. Ask your Druggist for ENO'S-the only genuine "FRUIT SALT"-and beware of Imitations I Praparad only by J. O. ENO. Ltd., "Fruit Salt" V^orUa, London, Ene. 1)1 / tol* *ir�nto for Worth *wi�Hcai HAgOLP p. niTCHIB & CO., Llmltod, 10 McCaul Qtroat, Toronto DEATH TOTAL IN S18 Chicago, May 10.-Wlih additional reports coming in today, tho dt'ath list in yesterday's tornado^lh Illlnoib and Iowa swelled to IS. eleven in Iowa, and seven In Illinois. Ar, wires were still down in many localities, it was feared that other cities were still unreported. Probably ].")0 persons were roiiorted and a rough estimate placed on property damage is $1,000,000. Tilim The audiences at the Christian Church have been splendid all week and the sermon last nigut reached its-climax/in placing tho responsibility upon those who have rejected tho Christ by saying "To-morrow" or ".Some other convenient lin'ie." Mr. Kapau introduced his subject Willi a personal '-xperiencc he had wltli a mail wiio gave his reason for not beii'.s i'. Christian and said that many of lii.-'. nei-^libors were not foi the sami' reason. It was. yes. I iu-lend to be a Christian, bu! "T'j-MORROW." Mr. ra;Ta:i said that 1)0 per c.e",)!. of those who -ivere n.l (.'hrisiiiiTis v.'eri^ ii.�i;iK llie h.iiuu e.\-cuse. He p;'intcd a vivid picture of Pliar-aoh. who hold the : : V U;ionos .\yr"s. May 10.- > Count Vri:i Luxburg. former latter's wife, sailed for .;. .;. ,;, .-. ? > ? > est tailors in the business. Then again the prices we name are right prices- not fancy but enough to ensure giving you satisfactory garments. These are facts concerning the new spring FIT - REFORM AND SOCIETY BRAND SUITS and Overcoats. We have to show you. Come in and try on all the clothes you like. Plenty to choose from. Spend all the time you want. Compare our values, the general make up of our garments and our prices. You will not be urged to buy. SUITS $18.00 TO $35.00 OVERCOATS $16.50 TO $30.00 all garments finished to measure BY an experienced tailor. Spring Underwear Stocks ARE NOW COMPLETE Athletic Underwear (combinations)., B. V. D. style. $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 Me^h Combinations, suit.....$1.75 Balbriggaii Combinations. Any style, long or short sleeves. Prices $1.50 to................. $2.25 Lisle Combinations, ... $2.75 and up Light Weight Wool Combinations, $2.25to ................ $6.50 Silk Combinations......> $6.50 up Agents for Dr. Jaegers Woolens, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Pyjamas, etc. McKelvieJIlB "2"M'S McGuire Largest Distributors of Men's Wear i^ Southern Alberto. kirkham block 16553696 93 ;