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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUMDAY. SKPTKMBF.M 28, 1 1 ALBERTA NEWS Monday. Sept. 30, is registration day at tho t'ntvorsity of Alhorta. On 1 hsit day 11 in** tables will be available and rooms will be allotted Id reshlen! nlu Bhodes scholar at. Oxford, and an hon ors uraduato. in history of I hat. institution. Ho ha.1* linen for some years hoad of the department of history In Victoria High school In Kd mention, and I ft widely known ns u well-trained and ambitious student of history Miss Ohrlaiino Knbb has been up pointed to take charge of the physical education of women during the coming Hosalon. Miss Kahh in n graduate* of Chelsea Physical Training College, l^ondon, and has had whin experience in'Ihe work In England and Canada It dmitH. Ivoctnroa will begin on tlm ]IOped that thiH appointment will ftt iililt f 4% M + � t+ tY*mm - A mm *af^.A_l__^i ! - morning of Tuesday, October !. To dale sevonty registrations havo passed through the roglaltar's hand* and cards of admission to lecturoH have been issued. Judging fiom thene. and other Inquiries, the registration is somewhat larger than In formnr yearn. Three or four students arc taking ihe. ffr.-u year's work in dentistry whicii will bo offered in conjunction with the medical course. In th� other faculties the registration promises to be somc-wbat smaller tbaiv in previous yearn, with a larger percentage f>f womon. The now term, opens with the addl liad to great Improvenmnf In Hie physl oal condition of women students. All** Fnbb will work in association with the director of medionl service. The correspondence department newly established at the university lias boon taken ovirr from the Institute of Tochnology and art, Calgary. This department, will conduct correspond-mieo timirH"R for toucher* in the pro vlneo holding a HOcond-claHH cert if i-onto, and ambition* to ho euro academic qualifications of the flrat class. The ritaff consists of Mlas J. M. MeBratnoy, formerly principal of Ottawa laidics" PINCHER CREEK LOSES five vears. Tlic ; .Mr. Y McKcnzic. Mis.-i Cox left Vo evening lo enter for training hi Ho t mlii t vas ! ead I) .;; arv on Sunday ji" Ufiicrnl hospital iMirsing profe.h.sion i;'�:]t gallant h ii'Df: from K-Tittieky ( they have not omitted to provide; a V'l.inii j.l.inti I",' the .itid no doultt. l.Llt.-r ftiliee arid .;ind wuhe* ' A iner-t Ing Wo lodd M'u I; ;\ ill )>-� forJ)o/)ii!)i;;r. a .-.:!'' nt' en 111c, lMif;:.' and ina di in � ':">'. \ f lj.. proper-y oT Ale".vrM Grtiot and I.iifkhai dt. '.-^ - iodd n, t f have ninny friends who will regret ; Armi in ttii.-� d. their departure, tm( will wish them j their war work am boll wiyag�� uevertheleHM. It is] will hi; a U'enenm thirty-two year* since Mr ami Mrs. ' yiiU\ i-'a/,ekas u. Kalthorn came inne and im doubl Hie inetnorie'-. of the earlv dav.- .Mr. Oor/Ion , � oj (-"tli hridy le-ii,'.'.;' of the \i my ,i- th'* .� M :: vnar 1. * ;tf*po.'nt"d ;� ! or � ;i'-r> in1-' out J illI lie 1 SaI in da \ iMe. Mors \-. i\I H ive ! 1 1 �. r 1 "tied over $l5nl"� N'i-x* Sep! lis. ;t hherilV -ale n1' , and in j.-.t el hi ti^on.- :.-o- ;-| On Thursday a I' "i"mam. Mr. C I tnl' and M i Sad io r.�ej. ho! h ; o: r.un!�-t�. were marrmd af :li�� man:--'' i a le-r. \i\ t he lie v A . C itr \ .in Tie", v. '{!* W"ll supported diirin:; ti.f ,l of more and more liav- Ject. two degrcoa will be orfered, that of 11.A. In houseliobl econotulrs which will be open to all inatrlculanU, and that or II.Sc. in homehold economlca, open only to Ki*adttaton "f tlie provln � partltlonH are being creeled at t hi', north and south ends of the two main t orridom. in addition a good start, bus boon made In levelling and weeding down the ground in front of the main Arts building. This lias greatly im- rial schools of agriculture-. Consider- ; proved the appearance of the grounds where nlrwady Uio new grass ja begin nlng to nhow. During the summer many additions have been made to ih�� library or the department of extension, and also to the supply of lantern slides and films for the moving picture machines These are no\v being prepared for circulation and It Is hoped that the people or the province, especially in the more remote part* will avail them- able interest is being shown fn tins Inception of this work. In the department of physics. Miss A. Smith, honors graduate of Me-Ofll linivorhlly baa been appointed sislRiit fo Mr. Hammond. It is worthy of note Mint the whole staff of the physics department, as it existed be fore t.he war. Is now engaged In military service. Mr, Hoyle is carrying on research work wlb the British Admiralty: Mr. Smith is doing scientific work in the aviation department of /iV.l^�.''/.iIh\r �Ih un.u v l^' the British army, and rapt. Mcleod is , |Mrt"K""_ o1 th� ""^""v '^r* �with the British artillery in Krattce. To roplaco AssistanU'rofeiwor Hurt in the department of history. Mr. M H. Ixmg has been appointed. Mr. Long Is an honors gradual* of Mcliill t*niverntty. and was fWih-Horpionfly a HUtlonary price of aoltf anti mult! pllfid Increased cost of mining material, food and supplies have caused a sudden e.-.oiius of miners and their tatiiitteft from thi* Yukon and Alaska. i IIIM Moat Economical We over used. A boat like the Dulhousim City piovldct one of th� hard-cat tv�ts a white lead can be �ubjmrd to, because It U continually in a moisture-laden atmoiphcre. The letter reproduced below it conolurfve evidenca of the �upcrior covering capacity of BRANDRAM'S GENUINE B.B.WHITE LEAD Jn farmer ye�r� the Nia**ra, St. Catharine* and Toronto Ry. Co. used � ton of ordinary white lead to cover the nCnniC^/l0�"'� Ct of tMi wttita lead ara euuallv MtMkhdinJ T., bdliiknre and In dtiraWlb v. It ta iiarffalleS Ittha �.a^JV.kV a rough rlaatic film ihai will not a^nw^^PSSmVlS^ Do aot juit a�k for �raa�lram'a �. B.-lnalar a� It. kquatty m*tk 4mblln% on at* Mr brvm4% of faints, Vurnitht>. Miiaifr Slain* mn4 %Vco4 FiUtr,. \ ""^T^ A' ru*| a � �y'*, who was a v*�ry highly eatc-cm-ed resident of the varly day** of l'lncher ('reek, had lived until Nov. SfitU, would have been eighty yearr, of mkc. the last two ytiurs of which she renlded with her son. Mr. Thomas Gill, of t'lovelty. Benton. Newcastle-on-Tyue, Kng.. at whose home her dttath occured. Tlu� latt� Mr. fioo. till), who mIso wan a resident or finch-er Creek for many years, predoeeaaed his mother about two years. Hev (iibsnn, and Miss Gibson, of Kttdeliff, Hev. Herring, of Bow Inland, a no Mr. Ihuuc, of C'anUton. are Ihe gu^�t� at present of Hev. A, \V. Mac.Mlchael, of St. Jolin's church. Miss Marion Dobbto, who U now of the htuhhridge teaching starf, spent the weok �tnd at her home here.* Miss i.yle, of LethhrldKH, was tJie, gueat for the past week end of Mrs.; M. Beardow. 11. HuHOuud. of Uothbridgo, wan uf week end visitor at the home of his. parentH in town, Kraaor McAduiu. of Lethbridgo, was! a week eud visitor in town. ' L. IX MetUot, Kpuul u- fow days of; tliia H-oek fit Calgary. � Mr. aud Mrs, M. H. Kobert*, nf.t^th-bridge, former resident* of Plnalior a^jreak, aro moving tq\ralgarv for the wlhtur. Mia. BhiHOttf of NeUort, lian been the gueat of bur daughter, Mrij., BobertR, for the pnst six weeHs, hud will accompany them to Calgary, * The weutber is .. Saiv at ion on bett.ilf by ' U .-ido of the '. illi extensive lh"Ir purpose � fail and win-  aMb-. Im.sts, Being r I v3liic.li wo liave issued to eitnble \\\ose v.'Ko enjoy delirious, frngrant coffftc, to iitany5 Kave it. 1 here .ire t^o essentials to the perfect cup of cjf(cc (he right enffee nnd the ritfht Way to wa^e it. 7 kit IwoMet tell� \\oiJ to |iav� bath. KUiled fruc if vi'u "fc'iiw* (. ioPJ ).y Mo- J.id ��� i;\"!>one is ini'djallv invitt'd mci :or i Mvr t'oP" .ihout >'-ar.' -ind - rd f(M ! l" * ' {' II 1 he name of Sergt l.an.'^a.v .i1.-" P peeially nuTnher^ who v, lif vtife ill1.*' oni i i � i here U-; h.is ; by .M'dnty re :.i:eii to Kniglr and Wat* olid ; son. anlj Profi^sov Kii a . Kv;iu* of iii" T'nf- wa- - hippi-d from About iViU heud sohl ! ^'^ Ml*4 ''l^ared. a o ! versit v or I' ijth l�n i-it ing a M well | here for -ouo- tone a* the home of audi Mr and Mr>, I: \V Bradshaw. Mr* B 1. Jensen, who has been spending the summer here, returned lasr week to her home in Salina, I'tah. tJeo K Bristol, a prominent grocer o Hamilton, if> dead. s It �. i r 1 + aV* ' bj- * r f r al> f r * la t 1 * + 5^' when Either Civilian population must go short of many things to which it is accustomed in times of peace or ot o short of munitions and other thing to them/' armies must ndispensable N OW, the only way we can possibly live up to in the opposite direction Hundreds of of millions of use to the that obligation is by going dollars are without in order that our country if goods and services soldiers may have. For the can be secured only to the money we waste is not extent of eighty millions of money at all-it is equip- dollars. So we must do every- ment, clothing, shot and shell thing in our power to release that are urgently needed in both goods and labor for the France purposes for which Canada By denying ourselves, there- needs them fore, we enable Canada to procure to the fullest extent materials and labor which she and our Allies need for the successful prosecution of the war. What happens when we fail to save ? WHETHER it be food, coal, wool, steel, leather, �j labor or transportation, the result in all cases is the same. Whoever competes with the nation by freely satisfying his own desires, selfishly appropriates to his A pull on labor by the Govern- own use that which is so ment direction and a gently required for our pull on labor by the people fighting men in France For the sake of your country and the boys "over there," spend cautiously. 7*hink of what Lord Kitchener has said. Is this something I really need or can I do without it? W Published under the authority of tho Minister of Finance of Canada ;