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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta saturday, september 28, 1918 the lf/niBRinr.e daily bki.-^j-) PAGE ELEVEN F i ALBERTA NEWS Monday, Sept.. 90, is registration day at the University of Alberta. ' Ota that day timo tables will be available and rooms will bo allotted to resident �tu- j linhework WEJngi'anrt and" Canada, it Rhodes^'scholar M.'dxt'frd, mid an'hob ors graduate lit his"to|iy of that itiBt'ltu tl.ftn.- ' He has"'beeii, for gome'years head of the. department of history in Victoria High school iu Edmonton and is widely known ass well-trained and ambitious student of history Miss-Ohrlstlne Fabb baa been ap pointed, to take,charge of the physical education of women during the com ing session, Miss Fabb is a graduate of Chelsea Physical Training College, London, and has had wide experience dents, Lectures will begin on the morning 6f "Tuesday, October lv To date seventy registrations havo passed through the registrar's hands nnd cards '._* �>.____ is hoped'that this appointment will liad to great improvement in the physi cal condition of women students. Miss Fatah will work in association with the director of medioal service. The correspondence department newly established at the university has been .taken over from the Institute of Technology and art, Calgary. This department will conduct correspond-once bourses for teachers in the pro -vlnce holding- a second-class certifi oate, and ambitious to secure academic qualifications of toe first class. The staff consists of -Miss .1. M. McBratney, formerly principal oif Ottawa Ladies College; Mtea M. McCuaig, B.A., Mc-0111; and Miss Annie Norrlngton, B.Sc. Manitoba. The direction of this work is in the hands of Mr. D. S. McKenzie. Owing to the need tor more space partitions are being erected fist the north and south ends of the two main corridors. In addition a good start has been made in levelling and seeding down the ground in front of the main Arts building. This has greatly improved the appearance of the grounds where already the new grass is begin ning to shoW.  During the summer many additions havo been made to'the library of the department of extension, and also to the Bupply of lantern slides and films tary service. Mr. Boyle is carrying on research work win the British Admiralty; Mr. Smith is doing scientific work in the aviation department of the British army, and Capt. McLeod is with. the. British artillery in France. To replace Assistant-Prof easor Burt In the department of history, Mr. M. H. Long has, been appointed. Mr. culation and it is hoped that the people of the province, especially in the more remote parts -will avail themselves of the opportunity which this department of the- university offers. Stationary price of gold and multi- plied increased cost mining ma^er- a T_, ^ ;- - -1 ial, food and supplies have caused a Long is an lipnoTs graduate of McGill j sudden exodus of miners and their University, and was subsequently a | families from the Yukon and Alaska by five years. Tbo address was'reail Mir.. A.' McKensle., Miss Cox-left tor Calgary on Sunday qvenlng^lo enter the General .hospital for training in the nursing profession. TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. 31A Fifth S^jset South. ..%,.,'.,, .,tathhfWga(l'j|U!��rta.,r ,i (From Olir Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek, Sept. 25.-After a period of two weeks of. weather,of the most beautiful variety, we are again under the shadow of a cloud, a light rain has been falling at Intervals since Sunday evening. Many people of this district will be Interested to learn that Mr. and Mrs. B. Palthorn have decided to'sell the remainder of their property here nnd go to reside in Victoria, B. C. It will be remembered that the Faithorn ranch brought the handsorao price of $40 per acre last spring. Especially amongst the oldtitners Mr. and Mrs. Faithorn have many friends who will regret their departure, but will wish them bon voyage nevertheless. It is thirty-two years since Mr. and Mrs. Faithorn came here and no doubt the memories of the early days will ever be dear to them no matter where their abode. In goiyg/to Victoria, they will return to their native climate, which. In their advancing years they have felt the need of more and more, hav: ing come from England to settle here. Mr. and Mrs. Faithorn have always been public spirited, and rendered; their assistance in many worthy undertakings. Mrs. Faithorn for years was organist of St. John's church. And since the erection of the Memorial hospital, Mr. Faithorn has been a daily visitor to the institution, � carrying flowers, etc., to any and everyone who have been patients there. The Belgian Relief Club have reorganized, and extensive preparations are being made to carry on the work with renewed vigor during the; coming winter months. The Secretary is preparing a statement of the work already accomplished, which will ; be ready for publication soon. The annual meeting of the Rod Cross will take place in the Red'Cross Roqm on Thursday evening, October 3rd. The Saturday afternoon sales of the C.W.C.A, are continuing to he moat successful. Many friends and acquaintances of Mr. W. R. Dobble will be glad to know that he i* favorably progressing after his Illness of plural pneumonia. Mrs. A. Buchan, of Calgary, arrived on Tuesday morning, and will" he the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs^ F. Lindsay for some time. The members of the, local Rebekah Lodge: celebrated the , sixty:seYenth anniversary of their order on Tuesday evening, by remaining for a most plea, sant social hour after the regular session. ,- Miss finkhami of 1 Calgary, was in town on Friday afternoon last, mid addressed aj gathering of the--Red CrOBs .workers In the Red Cross room at three o'clock in the afternoon. While in town she was the guest of Mrs. A.: H. LynchiStaiinton and Mrs H. E., After the meptirig.>ljere, Miss Pinkham 'niotpr^d-. tOrffcishbuwti |j�heife. she addresBetfafibthef group-OT workers of the society. � Miss. Pinkham'8 /presence'and her address waa very'Irigpiring to all who have so faithfully endeavored to-carry on fills' very 'necessary work. - Many points of -information - regarding the �work.-ware,gleaned from the speaker's remark's. .The grave necessity of the sewing being done thoroughly and and well, also the need of working in perfect unison, with precision and method being held as main fallow of the organization. The great heed of continuous effort of every one was Vividly expressed, and the t:'fact brought clearly home to - every one-who has failed to do their very best,, that they, from day to day have turned away from, their opportunity to answer the humanity has ever known. Miss Pinkham emphasized the point of the need of .raising oneself above the little petty things which may arlBe, and stated that the dislike of certain officers, the dislike for certain lines of work, 6r the giving away, to personal pique was certainly not sufficient excuse for any typman failing to do her duty at this tyine of- our country's. need. �] ;-. in conclusion the speaker made va*| strong appeal for a renewed interest vigorous work in'. the . ensuing months. �- :Mr. Harry Gill,' of Montreal,, waf |4ij. town this w^ek, in connection.-with, the taking over the Gill estate.- He lis; ihe sole legatee and -is a grandson of the Ifte Mrs. Gill who passed away on August. 6th, after an Illness vCpm-i irtenced on July 23rd. If the deceased lflidy, who was a.very highly esteem7 ed resident of the early.. days' 'of Pincher Creek, had lived, 'until iNoy, 26th, would have.,been eighty years of age, the last two years pf which she' resided with her son, ' Mr.'- Thomas, .0121, of ;C!ovelly, Bentorf, Newcastle.-iptt-Tyne, Eng., atV^h,q8>e..,^p.ihe/'.)tauS�^5*W Roberts, forfthe past sTxiWeiji^;''ah(i Will accom�an1y!|tM4# ^*�'ry�;3C#' attvi Pinchert. Creek, Sept.- 25-%j3tfMfetl the regular session �of the ' Un,it3�d;-chti'rch Sunday scboql on Sunda^roo.rV ning last, two little, tots ipftesepWd7 Miss Eva Cox with an address"- amTa beautifully bound Bible, , The ; yttlq, girlsVere Laura Ffeebairii anil "Katli-i Jeen Ross, tlay MMens nf four and 'A meeting Was \u>U) Tuesdky evening at 8 p.m. in. the Union club rooms for the purpose of organizing for the Red Shield Chinpaten. Mr. Gordon Dickson was elected chairman and Mr. O. H. Johnstone, secretary. Mr. J. I. Chamberlain, now r>f Lnthbridge Citadel, was heard on behalf of the work of the Salvation Army at the front, after which Messrs. Maynard, Grubb 'and \Vlllanl wore appointed a committee to, arrange for carrying out the drive. Ifis hoped to conclude the campaign on Wednesday evening, Oct. 2. The, amount alined at, in the Taber district'.is ?l(n)0.oo. Tills ,is-.the first appeal' made by the Salvation Army in this district. 611 behalf -of their war work and It is hoped there will he a generous response.' . Paul Fazekas was sentenced the other day by Magistrates Layton.and Willard to 2 "months in Letlvbridge jail for molesting his divorced wife and family.',This is not Paul's first offence for. the. same thing. Messrs... Tain,ter and Porteous have shown their enterprise and apprecia; tion of the need of the community by opening up on the south side of the' town a sales ...stable with, extensive yards attached. It is their purpose to hold here during the fall and winter frequent sales at cattle, horses, I years, machinery and other effects. Being'known both gallant genHeniefl from Kentucky they have nut omitted to provide a grand stand for the ladles, and no doubt later- coffee- and sandwiches will bo forthcoming. Last Saturday a sale of cattle, horses and machinery,a the property of Messrs. Grant and.jLuckhardt, was field here that netted over $6000. Next, Saturday. Sept.. 28, a sheriff sale or cut tie, horses and miscellaneous goods will have tbo right of Way. j On Thursday afternoon. Mr. Millard ' G. fluff and Mrs. Sadie .Street, both I of ilurdett, were married at the manse, j Tuber, by the Rev. A. C. Bryan. They ( were well supported during the core- j inony by Mr. Irvine Wilson ami Miss Arzella Street, also of Burdett. MAflRATir Magratliy Sept..-28. - The annual meeting of,-the.Red Cross will he held here on Monday evening. Sept. HUtli. A good program of speeches and musical numbers will bo rendered, also the annual report read and new officers electee!. After the' program a social dance will' be held and ice cream and cake witl'Tho sold by the ladies. Everyone is cordially invited and es-pociaiYy meniber's' who will vote for the election of officers. Word was received hero his week of Private James Hamilton, who lias been seriously wounded for the second time, fie enlisted'in Lethbridg-! an 1 has been on active service about two Private .liiimllto.'i n'a.s well, here, lie lived wicn Mr. and', "Perfect Coffee- Perfectly is the Title of a Booklet sdhicW we have issued to enable tkose vPho enjoy, delicious, fragrant coffee* to alv?a^s Rave it. There are tvJo Essentials to the perfect cup of coffee-the right coffee and-the right Way to make it. . ,., Thii tookltt t�ll� hoi) to Uve tylh. M�iUi free if you Vrile '- V-' �1�4''r CHASE & SANBORH . MONTREAL BI�neI�r� *ncl Routei* of "Soml Brand" Coffee de" Mrs. Cope for about 3 years and'worked for the C.P.R. The name of Sergt Lanaway also appears in the list of wounded. Ills fam-ly reside at Del Bonita, south of Ma-gratlt. One of the finest bunch of beef cattle,.in. the country was shipped from here last, week. A.bout, 650, head, sold, by JVlcIntyre ranch;to Khiglu and Wat-' sou. '.; Professor EdW. Evans of the Unl-. versity of ['tali, has been visiting here for some time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bradshaw. " Tlie da'iice and chicken supper given by the local Surfday school was a grand success. A neat' ' sum was cleared which will be used to purchase books, etc. The Red Crops' sewing rooms were in charge of the. Young Ladies' Association, on Saturday- last. About $30 was the sum Cleared.. , ,-Mrs. B. L. Jepsen, who has been spending., the summer here, returned last week to her home in Salina, Utah. Geo. E.-Bristol, a prominent grocer of Hamilton, is dead; ' i. ' len-^he said*- "Either ttfp Civilian 'population must go short  � - - JC-'.-'7 �0 WHETHER it be coal, .wool, steel; leathef, la"bor or transportation,^ the result in alt ceases is the same. Whbeyer competes with the riatibn by freely satisfying his own desires,, selfishly appropriates to hiis own use tnat which is so tiSgently y^t.v� If visa '^ jJ'-.''t*"1" Published under t?UB authority of tho Minister of Finance of Canada ��.M!t-.''!