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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY n, 1018 THE LET'IBRTDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE TIimTEEy OLD AND NEW MEMBERS OF COMMONS. Right to left: Arthur B, Copp, WCRtihorcland, N.13.; Joseph LcsagOi Hocbnlaga, Que.; Joseph Archainbault, Ohambly-Vercheres, Que. Sunshine Furnace Efficiency The teat of furnace efficiency is the volume of heat it conserves for actual use, from the heat generated in burning your fuel. There is a fixed volume of heat in every kind of fuel, whether it is wood, soft coal or anthracite, The bufinefs of your furnace is to extract all the heat, which all furnaces do-and to coiuerve the maximum of it (or use-which the Sunahina f utnacc do�s. ,'fbe Suathine seini-tteel firepot is built with atraifht walls-not slopine to fatn and hold a non-conductinK depeiit of ashes. A rery important point in furnace efficiency. The (rates of the Siuaahiae (umace are aqual in area to the firepot, so that fresh oxyten-without which proper coittbttstion is impossible-flows to every part of the Are all the time. All air passages are exactly proportioned so that neitlier too much nor too little air passes over the radiator- there can be no superheated air, nor any under heated air, seat to the rooms t>ovc. The doors, drafts and dampers are machined to fit snugly and to exclude heat-wasting air currents from the outside. IlMial slepiag null firepot. Blanket of ultei abtBrbins heat. Engineering Service Free.  McCary'fl own heatinic eniHucers are at your service when you buy a Suniliiae Furnace, to uivc you free expert advlc� on yourliome-heaUngrequtreln^nts. WrHe to the nearest McClarv Branch and ask (or particularo about Uii� service. A booklet, "Comfort In the Home," makes clear all the things you want to know about furnacci un^ it ia sent free on request. Sunshine Furnace ^ I^don Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver Calgary St. John, N.B. Hamilton Edmonton Saskatoon FOR SALE BY THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO 01 Uie Thrift Car There arc five things to con.sidcr when you buy a motor car- > � Appearance Performance Comfort Service Price Canadian owner.s who have bought the Overland Mode) 90 have not been worried about any of these things. Remember tiiis when you decide to buy i/o^f car. D. S. Williamson & Co. Phone 1546 Lethbridge y WUIya-OvaHind, Llmltad Willys Knifht and'Ovariand Motsr Can aad Ught Gammtrclal Waaona . . Haad Offica aasi Worlu, Walt Taranta, Ontario Mlaa Lillian DIUinKham, the famous Yorkshire soprano, will give an entor-talnmont In Knox church on TucHday ovonlng n�xt, May 11, MIkh DUllnK-ham is un entertainer of ki'I'uI, merit and win appear horu in Hong", riic.lta-tlouH and war Htorlea. 0� her entertainnifiiK In Mnnlrcal ono of tliQ paporH tliuin Hiiyn MlRi) IjlUlan DllllnKluiin, I ho cole-brntod Yorltshlro Hopruiii). laii tho gamut of tho muotlons ot the uudlcncu which filled tho St. .lanics Methodist church to the doors when 8ho related IncldontH ot tho conoert tours she has taken along the front and recited, sang and entertained au sho had done for the men in khaki in hospitol, training camp, marquees and billots. MlsH DlUinghom told ot her work during tho terrible Sonimo fighting, of singing for men lying on Htretchors outside hoBpltals which were too full to take them In, and ot the .way the men appreciated tho, fact that she hod flown In tho face of all advice and orders not to appear before them In pretty frocks. On one occasion she had lost her shoos in tho mud, and had been obliged to borrow a pair of soldier's gray socks and some carpet slippers. The contrast between hor pretty gown and tho carpet slippers was enjoyed by all, but tho meh ap-proclnt^d the extra touch ot femininity In � a pretty gown so much that many demands came from men In hospitals who could not get down to concerts that they should bo permitted to see "the pink lady" even if they could not hear her. TO "6 2" Questlonaires are being sent to all men In category B2. The recent order-In-councll has (ot In any way supple-montod the order requiring the services of these men in category B2. Men who reported for sorvice ond were placed in category B2 will not be permitted to claim exemption and are Immediately available for sorvice. Men who claimed exemption and at the timo ot the hearing of their claims wore placed in category B2 will bo accorded an opportunity of submitting any reasons which they may have for claiming exemption whether or not such grounds have been previously urged before a tribunal. Tho following Southern Alberta claims for exemption have boon dealt with by the courts of appeal sitting at Calgary: Wm. O. Rfglow, Cardatou, farmer, allowed .luno 15lh; G. H. Burke, morchant, Warner, disallowed; John Lenck, Magrath, allowed until Nov. 1st; Otto W. Cameron, PIncher Creek, disallowed; Hyrum Clifton, Magrath, disallowed; James Cain, Lothbridge, disallowed; Alfred J. Halverson, PIncher Creek, disallowed. "Tho 08rm�B8^' "Humph!",gruil|od .Maria. She was shaking tho tiro, and Uhi Happy Kro-mlto was not cortalu wlinther tlio savage exclamation wns (ilroctod at tho enemy or at a Hiuhlxirn clinker. "They're pushing rl^lit jihoad," he) wont on. "What's the olhei:; doin'? Thol French an' the Spani.li mi' theiii'.'" "The Kngllsh, yon mT'iMi?" It was one of .Marias quaiitleR which Jangled tho l.inly KrBinlte'h nerves most that sh(! .vuuld never admit that sho had been utdi-.r. "Spanish or ItJngllHli. liav^yea. "Say, boas, t fluro am glad I aint no soldier trying to stop 'em." "It's a terrible bnsliu;h-i.' Sho drew her brows together. | "Alnt It the truth!" slio exclaimed. "The Germans want to ^ol to Paris," he went on. "They ilon I seem to caro how many'mon It costs them. They are sending men by thousands and hundreds of thousanris iIkIU Into our guns, but its taking tlioiisands and hundreds of thousands of men to hold them back even a Uttlo while. They say two hundvcii tliotisand on our aide are woundnd or dead." Maria lifted her limul, and thero was a look about; licr huge mouth and behind tlio .sl)ar|)ly contrasted black and white of her eyes that seemed strange and out of place there, a look of kjuvo exaltation that made a little old colored lady from West Virginia suddenly a person of dignity and power. �"God ain't dead yet!" she snapped. There was a curious mingling ot rebuke and defiance in her voice- rebuka for the Happy Kromlta, who had allowed his faith to waver, dc-ftaocc toward the far-away enemy threatening her country. Tho Happy Eremite looked at her ond felt a little a.shamed of himself for his exhibition ot dismay. "Right you are," .Murla," ho said | softly. "Jest you believe it," sho muttered, turning to the sink and talking more to herself than to hini. "The trouble la when folks get scared they foriget that God's alive." The Happy Bremito proceeded to tho furnace, threw on a sliovelful of coal, opened the drauKht, and took to pacing up and down the cellar floor while he waited for the coal gas to burn off. He was trying to recall tho words of a stor^v he hud loved as a boy. "They that-be with us are more than they that 'be with them,'" he murmured. "That's it. And then Ell-jab or Eltsha or somebody 'opened the eyes of the yuiing man; and ho saw: and, behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire round about Bllslia,'." He closed thfeidrRiighta and turneti off the cellar light. "God ain't dea(| .yet," he nrled. swearing grimly to himself. "God ain't dead yet." : ? : ? : : : ? : : ? > : : ? ? > ? GOD AIN'T DEAD YET. ? ? > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : : ? ? ? * The Happy Eremite Invaded the domain of Maria, tho cook, on his way to the cellar to attend to the furnace. Invading the kitchen with Maria in it was not the ordeal that was.under tlio government of despots loss .benevolent-Lena, the Finn, for instance, or Carrie, the Anarchist. For Maria was a colored lady from West Virginia, a relic of an ago dead and gone, when the hired girl was a part ot the family and loved every member of it, and when no man had yet frantically drawn the attention of bis fellow-cltl-zen.h to the fact that time la money. Time was neither money nor anything else to Maria. She had a way' ot rising at four or five or six in the morning and working until ten or eleven or twelve at night, taking her meals when she was hungry and sleeping when sho was tired. She was generally tired at dlsh-washlng tinio, and had a way of sitting down at tho kitchen table and dropping to sloop for an hour or so, while tho dishes waited and the Lady ISreraito wrung her hands in despair. Time, it happened, was a word not in ber lexicon. Fur tho bady Kremlto, who had a prejudice In favor of prompt meals, this lack was a frequent source of sighing and helpless lifting ot hands. She had to tell herself more often than she liked that a kind heart, after all, was morij than promptitude, a reflection of which the Happy ISremlto reminder her at intervals when her efficiency as a housewife threatened to ovoryholni her appreciation of Maria's qualities as a human being. For the Happy Kromlte liked Maria. Sho was a slight, agile person with a niouUi that could have surrounded a popovor without denting it anywhere. Hor indifforonco. to time, which had a way ot gontly wrecking the nice calculations of the Lady Eremite, had served' hor, on tho other hand, to good effect in defying time's ravages. ShoMiover told how old sho Avas, but it took no malhomatical genius, adding tho yoors she said sho had been in thifi place and tho years she had been in that, to calculate thiit she must be moving toward sixty. She ;nlght have been anything botwoeu rorty and seventy, The Happy IBromlto had always found It rathor pleasant, on tho way to tho furnace, to stop for a'minuto for a friendly exchauga of couf'tosloa^, Maria did not;read the papers. Maria did not road anything. Mai-ia did not know how to road. So the JJappy Eremite always gave hor the news, with tt bit of banter thrown In, But on this particular evening he did not foal like quips and levity. * The news from Franco was like a cold hand clutching his heart. "There's a terrible battlo going on, Maria,'' ho said; rathor solemnly. "Who's doln it?" GUARANTEED SAFETY, nottdrdain, .May 11.-It is announced het*6 that the arrangements %vlth Germany for guaranteeing the safety of ships to and from the United States to carry grain for Holland having been completed, the cargo steamers Seydldyk. Hector and Delf-land probably will sail on Saturday for America in exchange for the steamers, HoUandla, Java and Stella, bound here. Wash That Itch Away There Is absolutely no sufferer from eczema who ever used tho simple wash D.D.D. and did not feel immed-' lately .that wonderfully calm, cool sensation that comes when tho itch is taken away. This soothing wash penetrates the pores, gives instant relief from tho most distressing skin .diseases.-J, D. Higinbothani & Co., Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement. D. D. Da Appendicitis Operations Not Always Necessary Internal Bathing Relieve* the Cause. Your physician will tell you that AppondlcUia is an inflamed condition of the Uttlo sack called the Appendix at the lower right-hand corner of tli� Colon or largo Intestine. By cleansing this Colon with purified warm water by the ".T. B. L. Cascade" this sack is cleansed and the inflammation sub-eides. Hundreds ot operations have been avoided by using tho warm water cure for Appendicitis. Mr. Jas. McLaughlin, 91 Evanston street, Winnipeg writes: - "I had spout over, fifty dollars with doctors trying to cure Appendicitis. Finally tho doctor said 1 must go to tho hospital at once for an operation. Vour advertisement intorosted mo. I bought a "J. B. L. Cascade," which relieved mo at onco, and am now completely cured, Never'felt bettor in my life; all pain and soreness gone, and \ eat and sleep like aboy, I am grateful to Dr. TyrroUfbr this'wonderful healtli-givlng Inventidn," 05 per cent, of all human Ills are CBuaed by aocurhulated waste in the. Colon, Internal Bathing' with tho ".V.'i B. L. Cascade" keeps this largo Inte's-tfno as free from all waste and as cliian''as nature demands it should be\ for perfect health. Ask the Hed Cross Drug and Book ^06, IJethbrldge, for? booklet called "Why Man ot Today, Is Only 50 per te'ht. Efficient." It is free. Thoy iwill also be pfeased to Bhow and'exiilain-the "JJTJ.'L. Cascade" to ydU;-AdVertlseiueat. ft Do your cleaning up now--put up the screens and awnings, rake up the yard, sprinkle the lawn and plant the garden. Start the seasqi. right. 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