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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918 THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY IffiRALD PAGE NINE No Surprise Over Feats Performed By Canadians with tlio Canadian Forces, Aug. 11. �-(Mail from'J. F. B. Ijivesay. over-nenH corroepondent o� thfe Oanadlau T 1. - Competent military crlttos do not feed on ii so well. Tlu-ri' arc still a good many thousand in Ih" mountains yet. Mrs. William iOvans uiio went to Drnmlieiler two weeks un. A. LOIle; W'onlford. .Mrs, A. VV, Pitcher; Owen-dale, .Mrs. \V, .1, Uohens; Raley, .Mr, IC. F. Church; 1 larri.MviUe, Mr. P. 'An-l)acli; .'''arehani, .Mrs. W. I'. Harper, 'i'o all of till! above the Ited Cross (Flam Ciui- invti r\itr''S-.iujiiif;r.l) Cardston, Sept, IL'.-The animal meeting ( the (Cardston districi branch of the lied Cross society will he held in the court luuisi-', Cardston, on Wednesday. Oci. 2, at 2:00 p.tn., for tiie election of officers for the unsnlng ^.-ear and fur the Iransaclion ol: important business, tlie chief item being tlie laying out of work for the fdlure. The Cardslon hrancli has liad a successful yeai' and lias doubled, in cash receipts, upon the previous year, and the amount of work done by the ladies was nearly three times as great. The outgDing officers are Rev. .1, .M, KoUock, president; Mrs, 11. I), .Siacpoole, first vice-president; .Mrs, .lohn Holmes, second vice-president; -Miss .M, Thompson, treasurer, and K. X, Uarker, secretary, 'I'he following are also members of the executive cDniniittee: .Mrs, \', \', Cliristie, Mrs, L, L, Follett. Mrs. F, Best. Inspector .Macdonald, R..\.VV,.M,P, \V. S. .lolin-stoii. R. -Macdonald. .Mrs. W. Soren-son of Ijeavitt, Mr.";, Kd, Ivins. .Mrs, .John Woolford, Messrs, D. B, Kmeno and F. W. Atkins, The Ladies' Committee consists of five, viz., Mrs', Follett, .Mrs. Atkins, .Mrs. ,1. B. Reed and .Mrs. Best. .The cliairnian of the distribution committee was .Mrs. Martin Woolf; chairman of inspection and alteration of work, Mrs. ]?;. B. Cook; inspector of knitting. Mrs. Hopewell, and chairman of membership committee, iMrs. .^r. .Spencer. .Miss N. Syltes was chairman ot the entertainment committee. The branch has been well represented in the district surrounding Cardston by various \adies and gentlemen. The representatives of the various locals in tlie outlying settle- sociely is much indebted for very efti-< cienl w/irlt done in the. iiasl year. The liilerc()i:/;'.ie between outside points and the I'enlral coniniiltee has been moat harmonlona ,iand we look forward to another year of still greater re:Hnlls, ns H. will be the Rim ot the anniml meeting to choose an executive that fnily represents tlie district and I will olilain the greatest results In Ilil.H ; important work. -N'othlng that we can do at (he present time Is of more value Id the great cause we have espoused. HALIFAX TANGLE. Halifax, N.S.. Sept. 13.-City Solicitor Bell presented a formal report to the board of control today,- embodying his opinion on the legal status ot the civic tangle occasioned by the reHiguations of ten of the twelve of the aldermen. Mr. Bell gave tho opinion that the resignations were legal and that there could be no emergency election of aldermen to take tl^elr places and that the mayor and board of control would, nevertheless, be able legally to conduct the ordinary business of Iho city. RENOUNClCONVENTION Paris, Sept. 13.-Despatches from Geneva state that the French government has renounced the Franco-Swiss commercial conV�aMea� of 190U. ANARIflYHUT N THE WAR ZONE What the Salvation Army huts do in the battle zone is described In a letter from one of the men now serving in France. He writes: "We are exceptionally fortunate, for we have a Salvation Army hut. This means good clieer, good oats, a modicum of good advice to fhivor all, and good singing. "Consider a wooden building about 30 by 120 feet in size. At one end is a counter where you can buy, at cost, everything from shoB-lacos to delicious hot coffee. Khaki Blanco' for yoiir leggings tb tlie special dish which you get for about 30 centimes (six cents). Bring your own plate. This 'special' makes you homesick; one day it is custard pudding with sliced peache-s, another day big, fat, juicy pumpkin pies. Oh boy! "There is a pialforin at the other end with a piano and several guitars lying around. In one corner oiC the hut there is a quiet ropni with pen. ink ;iud paper. invitiiiB you to write home. The rest of tlui hut is taken up with tables and chairs. ^ "At about o'clock the hut begins to fill up, and half an hour later it is lull. At each table the trouble.s of the day are aired, laughed over and forgotten under the influence ot a cup of hot coffee. "B.v-and-by the captain and wife go to the platforni. The woman sings and the man plays the piano. In an instant the hut is silent. She sings an old song, a song of another age. Then the captain prays, calling tor a blessing on the boys and the loved ones at home. ^ "But a minute later, what a noise! War again. "'We're Marching to Zion'; hul[ don't know the words but thoy sing, although they have been marchtng to ^ion for three years. Oh, Wilhelni! What is your hymn of hate compared with these songs of love and faith? "The captain's wife and hei� trusty lassies are never too busy to-sew on a button, and the men, 1 am sorry to say, have an abnormal number ot buttons to sew on. More power to the F�(i��iinn Armv and its anldlfirs," As Others See A woman's hair can MAKE or MAR her appearance. A little neglect results in dull, lusterleas, unsightly hair, while continued intelligent care, will give bright snappy hair of charming beauty. Jjewbro's Tferpicide is absolutely indifipeneable as an antiaeptic and beautifier. It contains 40 per-cent of pure grain Alcohol, hence, its action is corrective and healing-not a temporary "gloss over." Do not delay another day: Buy a bottle at any toilet goods counter. Men may get applications at the better barber shops. Send 10c in stamps or coin for Eenerous sample and intcr-cstint booklet. Address: Dept. 167-B, The lierpicide Co., Detroit, J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., Special Agent d Patrieti WiU Pulsate in Your Breast, When You Hear the Eloquent Words of rmm oeooo He Was a Slave of the Huns for Four Years. Do Not Fail to Get a Seait in Wesley Church His Wife Died in Captivity, While He Languished in Prison-Only An Elo� quent Frenchman Like Beland Can Tell the Story Right. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LETHBRIDGE ROTARY CUUB Entire Ntet Proceeds for Charitable and Patriotic Purposes' Tickets now on sale at Red Grbss Drug Co., Higlnbotliam Drug Co., Armstrong & liaworlh, and from any member ot the Rotary Club, Mail orders v.-ith remittance should be sent to A. G. Baalim, mgr. Baalim Motor Cd., oV Mgr. Standard Bank. Hem's Value I______,________, _J During Next 10 Days Suits up to $35.00 ^ Blue and Black Serges Excepted for $27.50 Fabrics You'll Like in the Very Newest Stripes, Checks, Pliiin and Fancy Miktiires. Tailored to Your Order. ORDER YOURS NOW! GET IT FROM THE OLD, ORIGINAL MILL TO MAN A specially selected range of'Xloths in English Worsteds, Scotch Tweeds, and Saxony Weaves are laid out dn the table horn which to make your choice. and Woolen Mills Co. 309 Fifth Street S. Limited 6. A. Crozier, Manager Lethbridge 4931 ;