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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TlimSDAY, AUGUST vnns LETIIBttlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE1 THE LITTLE HOMES OF FLANDERS. In "Handera Land Iho lights tiro ctuonchcd, The lonely hearts are Tho children slug gay songs no more, f Their eyes, are strangely For walked through r'lam'.trs Ami Ueatb'a t'a'.k wares ho sold. In Flankers I.ahd Ihe hells are hushed, N'o more- doth gladness rclgu; And lovers twine their hands no in Along'the moon swept lane. Where Why faces used to peer, Hlood streaks, tho window-pane. In Flanders Land the Irees are 'lead, And all Ihe flowers are gone; No'moro from happy rools curl up Tho chimney stnokc al dauii. Tho Him has ranged his ruthless guns Across each humble lawn. Mrs. Alex 1'rimroso has returned from a visit to her brother at Ad- anac, Sisk. Mrs. Junies liitvrson and Miss Ivy Dawsou left yesterday tor au extend- ed vlcll lo Ihe poast. Mrs. A. II. Johnson of Uarons Is visiting In tho city with Mrs. J. II. Irving. Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred l.ovegrovo Champion-havo moved to Lelhbni lo reside. Miss Florence Donald has returned from tho Coast whero eho has been visiting Mrs: Frank Waddingtou. Mrs. Robert Sage with her grand son Bob Is housekeeping at Danff fo uix weeks. Her daughters, !na. Lily and Berla will bo her guests there. Mr. Jobq A. Toombs loft early In I Report-of the Red Cross Society for Month June forgetting tins needs ot Iho Ehlrts. 2 pyj, gown. 7 binders. 1 lied Cross? There apparent lack oMnteresl In Hed Cross work at present, and even though ili'd Is Ibe holiday season, 11 should mean lhat all women in the city EliaytJ redouble their efforts at tbts Thoso who 'ft'Srp oiup.fcVhW attendants at the rooms, all women of I.tHhLrHge to noais, or do ay allerncou anil evening at tbo Fair rounds. a endarfce and much taken a lho! various races which were lioM. A unique featurb ot the afternoon was ho put on, by the .various classes. CQinpctlns for Ihe prize ot which JcMm Miller was tie lucky winner. A most supyer owed, ntler which. bio aiIdrcsBed-tiiejclilli.feii lor a few itites cu ludla. Mlssea llobbs and MHler entertafn cd at a dclighUul danco on Tijesdaiy evening til Tabor at the lioiuo of Ihe formor, in honor n[ Mlas Hatlie'Card of Lofjan, Ulali. ,'fhc rooms ar- tistically decorated in ef- fect'ot red, white anil blue. Uctresh- nienltj wero served throusliout th'd evening. Mrs., ArchSe. Loaiuis ren- dered several vocal selections with Mtss Cook presiding al ttio piano. Cook .mil her orcboi- turnished the music for the week forSault Marie, having been tra ealtuil there by tbo serious illness of] evening. iFor Death held court In Flanders his father. The folloxvlng were the invited r Af morning, noon and night; "1 I guests: Led, Tuflliu, String' And e'en the sun lialh wept to. see 'Mrs. J. Invlo, who j ]ianii Tinker. Air. and Mrs. Hut] Whtte, Tlio broken-hearted sight. Yea, oft the sorrowing moon hath hid Her Taco and fled in fright. tO little homes of Flanders, That cry. and mourn In pain, i God grant that ye shall ODO day drink Life's loveliness again! 'For all tho knows ye have kept .Your honor freo from Btain. J. Corsori Miller, ip Doston Trans- cript. from her recent serious illness, re-.Mr. antf ______ ______ turned to her home near Barona yea-j Heatgrd. McBaln, Johnston, L. Cook. TuflUn, Connon, Mil- ler, Stringham and Ilippin. lerday. Mr. J. N.; Kennedy, formerly mana- ger ot the Merchants' Bank here, who( ias been visiting at tbo Coast, ia in j lie city lor a short time. Dr. C.F.R Conybearc lelt yesterday afternoon to attend the Superior of- the Knights of Pylhias at c- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The. proceeds of. 'the tag" days held 9 Jetroil. accomiianlcd by hla by', lheftwo chapters I.O.D.B, during lUlo'Branddaughler, Mlsa Bcrnidette fita'innede." amquiiV to PERSONAL' Fiahcr of Tweed, Out. Sir George anil l.ady Bury an- Thisjs to bo used for.French, Serbian and .Montenegrin and for ED! dicrs' comforts. .As'tiie Mr. and Mrs. N. P. MacDonald have jone lo visit in Vancouver. Dr. B. It. Connor left today for a week's work on-military business. Mrs. John H. Flcelwootl and Mrs. G. N.- McLean have from visiting at the Coasl. Miss liawdcn''Tabcr today, judgins the domesllcjp'roducts at the fair which Is' being held tho engagement, of their daughter Doris to CaptJ'J. Stuart Allen; son ot Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 11. Allen, of Vancouver, 'B.C. The marriage -will lake placo ijuletly on August 26th. SOCIAL EVENTS 0 Tho United 'clmrch of North Lelh-hrWge held Its annual picnic lions were most unfavotible the total results "are very gratifying. Owing to. the absence from .the city ot a number of the executive of the lied Cross society, there wlH be no meeting of the executive-, on Prldr.y nest, and uo meeting of she ladies' conmiittee. x f Major Jack Hess Chapter fan. K. ivlll "hold their regular monthly meeting in the K.P. hall Friday' even-ing at..eisot o'clock sharp. ff fs'fs MAKE THE-MOST OF VOUR'ROOOHAGE o 7he recent rains 'will '.start a new growth on many llelda which a" week ago gave little, if any, signs, of producing oven forage, due or two ad-ditionnl ratna, will produce a crop "cutlliig. If this crop Is lef alanii until In tlio hope of utilizing it' as paslurase. It will "prove 'a appointment, because it will still he 60. tender and succulent liiat It wil possess less (ban halt Its feeding value nftor'llift frnat ElrlkCS it. It to'. cut H as, "greed teed, even though -'beaded but it- would be even better to mow it-aa hay a'nd take It up immcd-latte and Black It with alternate loads' of last straw. Handled Mn-.lhis iwa'y: it''wlll retain raucb more of its nutriment than it will if left to He ij the sun to'dry, antf Iho straw will be rendered mora. palatable nnd digestible because of Its contac with Ibis succulent- feed. .Both wil be further Improved If from thfee to five pounds of common arc ap plied to each-load, of The hay supply in Iho north country is enormous. Tho demand.. In- is'lilcewise enormous, and In Ih'atHhe supply "oC -wittlii hauling distance of a .raflway "station vehnll--he sulTiciehr to -meet tbe jest possible what feed exists tbe south'. coun-'.y, In'the north South' that. Were formerly, lo'okcu.upgn as loo small to bother with, must- bi imde'uso of. 'What remains' of last year's straw crop must be rennisitipn-ed. and If mixed with Ihis year's A'ug-usl growth, :as suggested above, 1 will materially aid. in reliCTing uadon. W. P. STEVEN'S, Ked Cross sewing in llijir homes. Can yqu eonscteuiloutsly'say you are doing ,-our Tho' toUowJiig report Ihe work Juni-. according lo :lie records'ol. Iho conveners: slilrU, 1 C shecls, G slips, 4'aGd. bluiiers. IJJBS. face cloths, 10handkerchlei-, w T'6, 5 SI. T. Central W. C. T. 4 fhcels, 5 low- els, -I aid. handker- chiefs. bag. C fate clolhs, 21 handkerchiefs, 2 T's. shin. pyjamas..2 handkerchiefs. 1 pair socks, a T'a, 3 sheets.. shirts, 10 S pyj. coats, i Eheels. 15 slips, 1 ahd. binder, 12 face ings. clblhs and buttons on :S) 122 shirls, 33 aprons. Seize" towete, 1 face bags, cloth. Major Jack Ross Chanter. 2 (1 11. binders. 1 bag, 5 bed pan covers. 1 handkerchief. 7 T's. Xext of II. hinders, 12 bed pan covers. .Ehlrls. pyjamas. 1 gown, 2 pueu. jackets, ;l sheeU, 6 slips, 37 bed pan'cSverti. 12 haudker- chiefs, 1 M.T. SI. pyj, 1'J'J- coat, 1 pneu. jacket, 2- sheets. 1 fl. binder. 5 bags, 10 face clolhs, handkerchiefs, 3 head bdgs., 1 pr. sotfcs, and buttons on IS shirts, altered 1 bandage. 12 slips. 1 sure, slocking, 5 pyj. coaU, 3 pvj.' trousers, 7 sheets, 5 bags, 1 cap, gown and lags on 5 binders, 13 towels. St. sliiris, 1 pyj., 1 gown, 2 pneu. .jackets. 1- handker- chiefs, 7 Ts, 1 pr. socks. St. pyj., 12 face cloths, 2 T's, 10 M.T. Sir Oal'b Chapter, I.O.D.B. shirls, 2 1 pne'u. acket, 2 sheels, 9 rslius. C towels, o 1, binders, 1 amp. sling, 2 laco abd. binder, 1 T.; C K. slings, 15 tow- eld. IS head bdgs.. 15 face doths, 12 I slips. 8 eheels, 36 handkerchiefs, 9 cays. U bags, 3 ai.rg. 0 ringers j uneu. Jacket. Magrath Presbyterian ladles' fiht-Ed. 2 pj'j.. 2 gowns, a ajirons, 1 d. binder, 5 M.T.'s, K. slings, 21 bead biigs.. S> towels, sheets. 11 handkerchief 1 shoe, g pair socks. Milk shirts, 4 pyj., 1 pyj: coat, 2 gowns. 3 aprons, 'A alid. bin- ders. 4 T's, X K. slings, IL' shoes. 18 lowela. IS 17 handkerchiefs, 6 caps, 3 baga, 4 surg. slockiugs; do- nated. 10 pr. socks, 2 mufflers, 13 amp. socks. Bethel A1J, Milk shirts, 5 pyj- 3 gowns, 12 T's, 2 K. slings, 12 face cloths. 12 1C slips, 24 handkerchiefs, C cays, bans. s Sleepy 3 shirts, Z pyj 3 gowns, 3 aprons, U slings, 12 head bdge., 12 towels, 5 bags. New Uaylon 3 shirts, 3 ryj., S gowns, G K. slings, 3 head 1- liandkerchlefs, 4 caps, 4 surg. stock- 2 shirts, 3 pyj-, C head bilge., 12 towels, S caps, S 2 jhirls. 1 apron, 3 abd. binders. 2 T's, 3. amp. slings, 22 hand- kerchiefs, 7 bats, 10 Fr. socks. shirts, a pyj.. 8 M. T.'s. 12 face The BLUE RIBBON .TEA V is the value: and the withoutifc im Vei is to do Spring 1 bd. hinders, 0 T'a, 8 T'E, 1 S.T.'. -Teachers andjVoung Business wo- sh'irt, GrtiyJ.'.'i PJJ- trousers, 3 12' p'nefi: 3 sheets, 12 slIpB, 3 binders, 2 amp. 1-1 shots. 0 bed pan Milk Prices Advance As producers liavo been forced to Increase the price of milk to us wo consequently must advanco tlio retail price. In future prices Milk Tickets, 7 Quarts, x 15c Quart. V CREAM 6 Half Pint Tickets for SI.00 or 20c a Bottle for Cash OUR MILK AND CREAM ARE FROM OUR ......SANITARY.BARNS..... FELGER DAIRY Stock Comraissioner. j Owing to advancf .In butter 'arc now 42c G R ti abd. towels, 12 iiVsllps, ,S H shoes. Women- of; LaKer 'Day shirls, I'byJ.r-? aprons; 13 obd. binders. C amp. sling's, .1S 10 theets. Class'6f-Latter Day Saints foce cothc, ,6 towels, 24 handker- 1C caps. J licehive o I'- bindere, G head hugs., 24 face cloths, 0 sheets. 36 handkerchiefs, 12 bags. Pentecostal pyj., 4 ap- rons; 6" abd. binders, 6 T's, 13 towels, 2 slips, S.shcels. H bags; 1 surg. stockings. 12 hert pan covers. I 1 'St pyj, 4 gowns, 3 aprons, 4 amp: slings, C sheets. i Prothcon face cloths, 14 towels, 16 handkerchiefs. Thisllo Sewing shirts, 10 WJ-; gowns. 2 abd. binders, IS M.T., 18 1C. slings. 6 amp.'slings, 12 head bdgs., 12 face cloths, 42 lowels, 6, slips, 12 she'cls, 6 bags.-7 St. Aloyslus handker- chiefs, 1 pneu. Jacket. shirts. 4 pyj.l iz T's, 6 K. slings, -12 Inco cloths, 6 slips, 0 bags, pair socks. i, shirls, 1 pyj., 4' gowns, 4'.-fl. binders, fr K. slings, 14 towels, cloths; 25 towels. 1C handkerchiefs. 7 caps, 5 shoes, 4 surg. stockings, 2 pneu. Jackets, 12 pr. socks. SI 3 pyj., 3 gowns, 1 apfom 4 ll.: biiiders, fi M.T.'s, 4 head biles.. 12 towels, C caps, 4 shoes. 1 shirts. 8 pyj., 10 gowns 3 aprons, 12 fl. binders, 15 abd. bin- head bdga., 25 towels, 8 slips, 36 handkerchiefs, 18 caps. 0 bags, 8 .shoes; 2 surg. stockings, 12 bed pan tovers, 3 pneu. Jackets, 17 pr. socks. White School head bugs., 36 handkerchiefs, 1 pr. socks. shirts, 4 pyj., 1 gown, 2 aprons. 5 K. slings, (i amp. slings, VI bead bdgs., 12 face clollis, 12 tow- els, 12 slips, C caps, 4 shoes, G wring- ers. Green, Kfppenvllle, 6 fl. bin- ders, 4 .M.T.'s, 6. slips, 2 pneu.'Jackets, lire. Tudor, New Daylon, 4 pyj., 4 aprons, 6 M.T.'s, G K. slings, 3 amp. slings, 12 towels, 12 slips. Mrs. Warren, Warner, 4 aprons, 6 fl. binders, 4 M.T.'s, 5 lowels, 36 hand- kerchiefs, 4 pneu. Jackels. Mrs. Holrbpd, Warner, 4- shirts, 4 pyj., 5 2 aprons, 4 nbd. bin dcrs, 6 K. Uings, 12 held bdgs., 24 slips, .2! handkerchiefs, Slifi. Dlackburne, 2 pyj., 3 pr. socks Miss Mean'Jones, 11 bags, S binders, 4 K. 'slinga, 0 Blips; llrs. B. S. Jack- son 3 pyj., 2 gowns; Mrs. Mahon, 12 K. Mrs. McNab, 6 caps; Mrs. Don McKenzte, 6 2 gowns; Laura Rider, C slips, C binders; Jim. Ralcy, 4 arap. slings; 4 wringers; Mrs. 5paulding, 4 gowns, 1 pr. socks; Mrs. Alei. Wood, 4 wringers; Mrs. Atwood, 1 shirt, 2 gowns, 12 bags; Mrs. Alken, C bags, 6 bed pan .covers; Mrs. Ar- nold, 4 sheets, 1 gown, MVB. Benson and Hunt, 4 gowns, ?4 towels; Mrs. Bennett, 5-bags; Mrs. Coul- try, 6 caps, Mrs. Cornish, 12 lowels, s.btaders; Mrs. Dunk, 4 shirts, Clure 2. Ruffle 1. Reid 1. Art Needle Work Club consisting ot Mi'sdames Hois 2, Hay 1. Roy 1, Young 1, Slmp'sou 1, Bout- Ion i, Jones 2, Dawsou 1. .Keen 3, Hani-berries 7, Mrs. Turin 3. .Mrs. Chas HacKay l. Altering was done by Mrs. Simpson, Miss McEach- ern and Mrs. MacKay. A total of 1C50 articles was sent lo ifie Lelhbrldge laundry. Tho commitlee report 192S articles press-. ed. i A lotal of was received In Ihs; rooms as follows, for active membership, pin 54.00. syslemalto' giving rag rug JIBS. W. P. H1CK3, I Supt. of Rooma, -iiiiiiiiiiHiuiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; Advance in Price of Milk Owing lo Ibe Increase In lha of.milk to produterirWB art dcmpsHsdJo advance the price of milk to 7 Quarts of Mills, for for 15c Per Quart for.Cash Uven at tkis price wo haye no anolosy I o make as we.feel that paslc-nrlzc't! .milk nl Ihls price is the hcsl and cheapest fooil. 'CREAM Hatf Pints for for Tickets or 20c per Bottle (or Cask CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. 50c pSr'lb. butter fat for No, 1 Sweet Cream, er bulter fat for No. 2 weet Cream." t per Ib. butler fal for NO. 1 Sour' Crehm." 38c- bulter fat-for No. 2 Sour Cream. We would advist inrraers who' have cows, that can milk to gel busy, as cvefy'llttle bit helps when the grain crops fail. W o pay all charges and pa? for. each shipment. 6 beil pan" covers, 3 pair The Result of Our 1918 "Missing Title" Calendar Ransom Picture iyas 1st Prlw, Does Not Fight' M. Culf, 2nd Prize, i Their Holy Vigils Fannie Ranft; Youngs- town, Ohio, _ 'l 3rd Prize, Also Mrs. J..Maneolias, Cal- gary. J 4th Prlzs, Woman's E, Hoad< Lfithbrldge', Crystal Dairy Coaldale jhlrts, !0 pyj.; 5 gowns, S-aprons, 25'fl. 2J slid, hinders, 12 T's, 5 J1.T, 5 K. slings. 22-head bdgs.. 65 face cloths, 37 24 slips, G sheets, 45 hand- kerchiefs, 21 caps, 12 bags, 6 shoes, 6 pneu. Jackels, 10 pr. socks.' Coaldale Colony shirts. pyj., 2 gowr.n, 3 II. binders. 12 M.T. ,21 hesd bdEJ., 12 tlollis, 18 tow els. 4S handkerchiefs, C cans 3 shoes. 4 surg. stockings. pyj., C II. hinders, 6 T's nr. socks. shirls, 7 gowns, aprons, 12 fl. binders. 10 amp. lii'ngs, 12 head brtga., illps, 12 handkerchiefs, 12 bags. Sorosls Society of llys'sop LEMON JUICE I.'.. TAKES OFF TAN Gills! Wake bleaching lotion if skin b fanned cr frtxkled Squeeze the jntce of two lemons Into a bollle containing Ihred ounces of Orchard While, shake well, c.nd you Jiavaa ciuartcr pinl of the best, freckle, sunburn and Ian lotion, and "complex-! (i gowns, 2 aprons; .Misses Emmerson ,nd Calkins, 18 towels, 12 slipe, 6 bln- lers, 6 bed pan covers; llrs. Flynn, i bags, 6 face clotbE; Mrs. Crowe, 5 2 4 hags; Mrs. Gauron, 1 hirt, 3 gowns; Mrs. Holmes, 12 tow- els, 4 bags, e binders-. Jlrs. Hall, 1 pyj., 4 shoes; Mrs. Hudson, 7 caps, 3 heels; Mrs. Harrison, 3 pyj., G tow- els; Mm. Humphrey, 15 towels, 9 face clolhs; Mrs. Harleman, 2 gowns, caps; Mrs. Kernslcy. 3 shirts, 4 bags; Miss Kerr, 12. lowels, 4 bags, -I T's; Mrs. nams'ay, 0 bags, S K. surg. Blockings; Miss Reid, 12 towels, 6 slips, 12 face cloths; Mrs. Held, 3 pyj., 1 Mrs. 2 sheets; Mrs. Hose. C slips; 5.bags, 4 binders; Mrs. Smith, C slips, 7 surg. stockings; Mrs. Skinner, 3 pyi., 2 caps; Nurse notraell, 13 towels; Mrs. Whltton, 12 lowels, 3 AVrlght, bindere; Mrs. 'Witham, 12 lowels. slips, B bogs; Mrs. Carnill, 3 M.T.'Sf Mrs. Waterhouse, 12 7 bin- ders; Mrs. Ward, 2 aprons, 3 bags; Mrs. Brlgham, 18 face 'clolhs; Mra, G towels, 2 sheets, 6 slips; Mrs. Fcllon, 20 head bandages; Mrs. l-olh- Ian, C towels, 12 bags, 4 K slings; Sirs. Moore, 3 shlris, 1- apron; Mrs. Trunbull, 10 head Jlrs. McKln- non, 3 binders, 2 M.T., 8 head hdgs.; Mns. shecls, 1 apron; Qlanrlllo, 2. shoes; Mrs. Mercer, 12 towels, 3i sheets, 6 slips; Mrs. Me-' Nully, 1. apron j-Jlrs. Mockfdrd, 2 pyj., 3 amp. slings; Mrs. Omncr, t shirt, 2 cape, 6 towels; Mrs. Prltlard, 1 shlrl, S towels, C slips, 3 bags; Jlrs. Brim- bie, 4 T'sj no name, G M.T.; Mrs. "Wfll- Ion, 5 ahlritT 1" pr. sockslv Jlrs-'Tom- kins, 35i handkerchiefs, 1 pr. socks; JIlss face cloths, G bead bandages; ;Mrs. Sutnner, 3 gowns, 1 pr. socks. Thoso making, pyjamas aro Mes- dames Cocld.4, Steakly 4, Dalrymple 5, HiiSk Taylor 6. Close '2. Fowler B, Hnwklns 4, pus'sel 5, Pear- son in, Harrison G, 4, H. J, Srolt 1, Miss Johnston 2. Cunnhie- ham 18, .Walwork 4S, Solbergo IS. llyan G, Lar- The Wonderful Pathe' Records THE Pathephone plays its with a polished jewel of digging, v scratdhy needles. This ball glides in the wide-grooves of the Pathi records so smoothly that the records last indefinitely. And you never have to "change needles." I" Path6 Records, you find anew" i unexplored mine of music wait- ing you. World-famous some you have never heard not yet siihg "oh'this continent. Distinguished Indescribable musical 'novelties.. All are have low first''cost and everlasting wear. i -The .Pathephone plays all makes of record s. Your own rn ake of instru- inent can be readily equipped' play] Pathe Records. :Hear the Pathephone and Records to-day at your' nearest -Pathi dealer's. son j.-Wm.-Harrlson 6, Jennings 12. [larvcy 6, Wai-, son J, Handle and OlhtWpairs -of .socks received are_: CO' Our War Against Pain E winilburn-and'lan Neljon 4, Nichols 2, disappear an.l poll and 1, I'atler.on-.2, Proper S.Tennefather iho jUn tecofest...Yt.1. i( 2, U 2, Me- 1VBR SINCE we rtarted-tlie pulft In ing authorUICa (nieAr professton rcJogBlieA (hat ot pain was the great to prowr denial aChlevAntnt A drawlwck, to the public whOM barred tlem from i ranee (o In tlift per lurmanco of our Carerallr there- fore, studied all of the mod era nicthqd! ap Sacccssfully do we Denlirtry At We It h Art. V -J Wfy v s< Drs. r Hifh Grwlc AiaMricaii'ifeirtwfaT j: Ott Nk., 4 DMTS Leilbrkfet LITHtftl6oE, ALfSRTA CM.OARV dfFICt-flSA EIOMTH AVENUe C t IDMONT6N CRISTALL ;