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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 31, 1915 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HEKAl.n PAGBFIVB of London Campltxion ordlunry m gradually rmnovtfs .rv-'r tli'cT PMtlclM Ol ger, hcalthiur also In riKlwwOorcu .uoiit. In iJj pt. witch nnzDl. .Useu iho'dcopest llou'8. TO GIVE THE HAIR A NATURALLY WAVY EFFECT IS TOWS LISI __ States. Have been having a really ej- traordinary demand for tills remal li- able product. Its effectiveness and its entire as compared with the ruinous curling havo been responslDle for its increasing use for the purpose mentioned. As the clirliness is In evi- dence tor a time, a few ounces of liquid stlmerine will last a while. One need only apply a little of the liquid with a clean tooth brush before retiring and in the morning the hair will have Chat beautiful wavy and appearance which bears no marks of artificiality. The the esniinj: of A delegation m ciiiht Lcthbriiltse ladies will atli-iiil tiie diocesan an- j itiai meeting 01 the Women's Auxil- ary, which is in session in Calvary I for three days cdinini'iicing TupKdav. The delegation, "insisting of Mrs-, dames irurrell-VVrlijlii, Hrymiier, Downer and Niimnous from Si. An- giisfin's, and M Jackson and Mr.Milhui. St. Cyprian's, ill's northlH' At the recem meetiiu 'the National (Jounrll ol Women in tawa, the following letters were ceived, and it. was agreed lo give ihem to the press. Tiiev will be read with' interest by the members of all sonic-1 ties wee-crated wilh our Local Coun-j ci! as a representative expression of the of their Will Organize crisis, which sisters a I. iias been Can. Reserves Ottawa, Mar militia serves in Canada ate shortly to he organized. To that end a special com- te mittee has been appointed minister of ici that throughout by the is estimated mt to the other National Councils for j their information. raris. .Ian. -t My dear Hev. Anna i Shaw has urged ihe chairman of our j Suffrage committee. Mile. Bontievial.! tc take action in favor of an appeal to the women of al! countries 10 take (he initiative in a movement in favor of peace. Mile. Bonnevia'i bas responded 'o this request by itie accompanying let- ter, which yon will doubtless read with interest. I believe it is my duty to add that the sentimenls so we'.'t ex- pressed by our chairman are the sen- timents felt universally by the women day long the battle is waged. The-hottest fight- ing is after meal times. of food remain in your month-even of the-teeth'. Too often it succeeds. To fight acid comes your own saliva. Saliva alkaline When it reaches the acids it neutrattzes them, rendering them harmless. But-many folks haven't enoogA saliva. Modern dieS to" rich starch-a depressant to the safcroy flow Naturally you want to know what will keeo the mouth normally moist and healthy. SterlingGumisagenuinecorrectiveinmouthhygiene -a defctous, clean product with a sweet, natural after- taste Chew Sterling Gum a few after f for one week and notice the benefits. The Sterling Gum Co. of Cvtnada, Limited of France. tbe note of 13 to that tha LuilUnia ctrriMl no guvi, either mounted unmounted; tost a lie oar- riei no within the moemina- of the American statutes, and tbat no Britinii have cleared from Am- erican ports for several months car- rying guns of any character. rou sent there arc men who have osrved at one time or another in the militia but have retired. There are thouiinds of others who ordinarily would be too old to join the service, but would be of utility in case of any trouble at home, or to bring up to the establishment the regiment whose rinks have been depleted by enlist- ment tor overseas service. In whic, are especially [leace, but on'i serious. peace Ask Internment of Aliens in Alberta Profit of Actor, ToPatrioticFund Toronto, Ont.. Jlay Maude, the eminent Slngllsh actor, handed a cheque -for to the Toronto and York Patriotic Fund, representing the profits made by himself and bis com- i panv on. the week', performance of! The resolution wll probably in Shea's Theatre. 1 the endorsement ol the Orange Order province-wide move being mado shame if our tears should weaken the courage of our youllis whose spirits are so high and whose enthusiasm is so great. I They know they are righting for a principle, far more than to avenge past wrongs. It. is a holy cause they are defending; the rights or a nation, small or great; the establishment of a world based on Justice, peace and hu- man fraternity. This ivar must he the last, and no potentate, not the proudest uor the most fiercely ambitious, shall unchain it afresh. Until that moment arrives, we shall jt for a moment weaken our deter- moral uplift ot humanity. i mimitiou, nor yet. utter a word of Receive, my dear Madam, the ex- j recrimination for o.ur neglected rinius. pression of my best wishes. (Signed) Hie beautiful epistle you have address- ed to us. (Signed! MARIE llONNEVlAli, Chairman Suffrage Committee. -Na- tional Council of Women ol France. we are passing, the desires we express the obligations we may undertake We desire based upon justice, t'or such n peace only can be enduring. We, therefore, desire to continue the great works of compassion and mercy which we arc carrying on courageously at this present time, hoping when the time of peace is come to return to our former endeavors for the social and Calgary, May 31. A resolution calling for the internment of all aliens and passed by the Sons ol England al Calgary was read to the asEcmbled members of the Orange the a Order and Sons of England at Central school grounds Sumlay, fol- lowing an impressive parade to Pro-Cathedral. the A tourist without money ig a tramp, and a tramp without monfey is a tour- City Times. Winning- !n Sport or Business is seldom a matter of luck, bill Ilic result of well directed effort. Here's wliere food plays. ;i big part. Not neces- sarily'a large amount of food, but easily digested food in proper quantity. Grape-Nuts is that kind of food. Made of wheat and barley, it retains in con-eel pro- portion all the nutriment'of these grains, and is par- ,'licularly rich in tlie mineral elements-essential builders of brain, nerve and muscle. comes ready to eat from the JFKESH- SEALED and delicious. The rich, nut- like -flavour and wonderful nutriment of this concen- trated, easily digested food have proved to ihbnsands- "Theres's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts MADE IN CANADA sold by Grocers everywhere, r.anadian Poslum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. bv the Sons of England tc urge the government to take some measures to procure this end. JUUE SIEGFRIED. President National Council of Women of France. Dear Miss have communi- cated lo our Committee and Council the moving letter which you have been kind enough to address to me on the subject of the war. It dates from the earliest dates of j the declaration, so that you could not then form a definite opinion, with full knowledge of all particulars, regard- ing the actual cause of hostilities. You know it now, thanks to the dele- gates who have brought to your Pre- sident of ihe Republic official docu- ments establishing the. responsibility. We have unimpeachable proof that TRAVEL COMING SOON Over people m about 000 won that France and Bri- tain until the 'iast moments made ev- e'ry effort to avoid it; that our gov- i Later on we shall nave a better rea. i for securing our rights in that we shall Have done our duty more: com- SCHOOL TEACHER'S ENTERPRISE One of tha most interesting letters recently receiV'4 by Dairy Com- minioner, Ottawa, is from a school teacher in Alberta who asks for milk on the subject of cow testing, listen: Some of the hoys in the school are starving a contest in re- cording the production of individual cows to last one year. This opens up a most promising field for scJiool teacher and for thousands of boys in our country would be follow- ny schools in the United States and'NOW Zealand where the use of the Bibcock milk tester has beer, taught, for some time. In a dairy country like this, we should be. put; blazing trails far other teachers and boys to follow. No better work could be taken up by" such lads, tor auy record worU of that kind must infallibly lead to bet- ter vastly .better, conditions on dairy farm? Probably these Alberta will soon b'j excellent dairymen ob- taining 01- HOD dollars per cow. Needless to say the Dairy Division, will to only too ready to supply blank forms and instructions m all such cases. "Can vou pray, Mr. "Wflli but 1 can ask a bless. other cities annually "Travel with by which is meant that they arc devotees of Howe's 'New York Hippodrome Travel Festival which comes to the Majestic Theatre soon. Fortunately local patrons may now, for the first time, have the same op- portunity. Its great vogue and pop- ularity may bo ascribed to ils at- tractive musical effects ot to the il- lustrative "traps" employed to in- tensify the realism, to the faultless photography, to the care and dis- crimination shown in the arrange- ment of the (Vims, or to any one of numerous details all of which com- bined in ensemble no doubt consti- liites the real reason lint, fnnda- mentally, there is still a deeper rea- _.rd ot tlle son, and that is the universal longing XtGoiiath. The braverv or Qui- to travel far afield and here is the to Fl.ance surprised fer r tvrirLid. theatre seat. To those who hale "Jmi_ so'mieral and so dem-' travelled much it brings priceless re-1 cjj M maintain peace, seeins her cartoons which, like every foot ot eriiments, in acting thus, were ex- pressing the national feeling, to which so many eminent pacificists hud giv- en voice, and for which one has paid, with his life, his last effort to prevent the crime of this war. This crime, nevertheless, bus been accomplished, and is being achieved with a barbarity worthy of the dark- est ages. Human life and the treas- ures of Art all are victims of tile de- stroyer. Belgium invaded, in spite ot treaties signed and sealed, has un- hesitatingly paid with the blood of her children, the price of keeping her sig film presented by Howe, are created labor, vain, drew her sword in the ser- vice of right and justice. Now. we three a'llfed nations stand of patient research by Howe's own vlctnrv is ours, stafi of photographers and thousands of dollars ol expenditure over many more thousands of miles of Iravr.l, vlctory is ours. Yes, war is horrible always, even wiien (lie aggressor respects most more ousans o mes o rar., may be seen here at a trifling admis- and worthy of respect: vomeu and children. old men, And. per- sion CONFER O.D. ON ARCHDEACON HOGBIN Calgary, Alia., Hay John's College, Winnipeg, one of the colleges affiliated to the University of Manito- j bn, has just conferred the degree of Doctor of Divinity, honoris causa, up- on the Venerable George II. Ilogbln. dear Miss Shaw, you have rea- son to think that, if women, ail wc- men, were called into council lo de- cide for peace or war. the difference would be settled otherwise than by wpr. But this is the time for.action, nol for llieory. are attacked, we. are defending ourselves, and nol one of us would lend an car to premature ad- vances for peace. We should blush for ing somewhat slowly in ihe wake ol AFTER TWO BOMBAKDMENT3 VI'KES IS IX ;