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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TlirnsDAY, AUC.l'S! I, I'.Mrt rflb^ LETMBRIDGE DAfLY IfERALD PAGE NINE * : : : : ? :� : : : : : : : > : �. ? : THE LITTLE HOMES OF : : FLANDERS. ? 4. : : � In Flnnrtpi'm Lnnil tlio IU;hls tire (luoiiolird. Tlio loiinly lioni'ts arc col;!; Thn ohiUlrcu sImr Kay souks no moro, fTliolr oyos aro .stranKf'ly nl'l. Kor lia.4 wiilkci) Dirouyli i-'lancki's And Dcat!)'M t.'aMv wares ho r.old. In Datulers I>and llio bylls aro hnsliRd, No more dnili Kladnesa reiKii; And lovors twine tlieir liands no mori Aloir� (!io niooismvi^pl Iniie. �^'liorc bilby faces used lo peer, Hlood Hlrcaka Ihe window-pane. In Flanders Land the Ireos aro dead, And all the flowers are i;nne; No moro from happy rools curl up The chimney snuike ul (hiwn. The Hnn has ranged his ruthless KUus Across eacii humhlo lawn. 'For Death hold court in Flanders, At morning, noon and night; And n'en the sun iialh wept to see . Tlio tjroUen-hearted siRhl. Yea, oft tlio sorrowing moon hath hid Her taco and fled in trisht. O little homes of Flanders, That cry and mourn in pain, God grant that ye shall one day drink Life's loveliness again! Tor all the world knows ye have kept Your honor free from stain. -.T. Corson Miller, in Doston Transcript. m m a * > � PERSONAL �� * � Mr. and Mrs. N, P, MacDonaUl have I gone to visit in Vancouver. Dr. K. L. Connor left today for a . week's work on military business. ^ Q A Mrs. John 11. Fleetwood and Mra. G. N. McLean iiavo returned from Visiting at the *  m Miss Bawden is in Taber today, judging (lie domestic products at the lair which is being held there. Mrs. .\lex Primrose has returned from a visit to her brother at Ad-anae. Saak. *  a Mrs. .lames Daw.Hon and :Miss Ivy Dawson loft ye.- > * c * * e   : SOCIAL EVENTS O Tho United church of North Leth-brldge held its annual picnic yester- day afternoon and evening at the Fair groundH. 'i'liere was a very large at-tondaiico and mucli interf.-,t was taken ill the'various r;;ce.s which wore liold. A unicine feature of the afternoon was the "stunt" put on by tlie various cla.sscs comiieling tor the $10 prize of which .lOlin .Miller wa.s the lucky winner. A most tlrjiifghlfiiJ supper followed, after which lUiv, Dr. Wil-klo addre.ssed the cliildren for a few minutes on India. � *  Misses llobbs and Miller entertained at ii doliglitful dance on Tuesday evening at Taber at tho homo of the foriiM^r, in lienor of MIsa Matlie Card of Logan, Utaii. The rooms were ar-tislicully decorated in a iiatriotic effect of red. white and blue. Uefrcsh-mentii were served throughout the evoiiin.g. .Mrs. Arohle. Looniir. rendered several vocal seieciions with .Miss Cook presiding at tlio piano. (.Miss Cook and her celebrated erches-fra fin'nisiied the music for the evening. Tlio following were the Inviied guest?: .M-Jries l.ce. Tufflin. String-1 liani. Tinker. Mr. and Mrs. Hud White, ! Mr. and' Mrs. Archie Loomls, Messrs. Ifedford, .VIcBain. Johnston, L. C'nok, \V. Cook, Davis TutTlIn, Connon, .Miller, Stringham and Kippin. Report of the Red Cross Society for Month June Aro you forgetting tlii' needs of the shirts. 2 pyj., 1 gown. 7 fl. lilnderR, 1 ? -Z' o : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : : : . This is to be used tor French, Serbian and Montenegrin relief, and for soldiers' comforts. As the weather conditions were most unfavorable the total results are very gratifying. Owing to the absence from tho city of a number of the executive of the Red Cross sneiely. there will be no niocling of the executive on Friday next, and no meeting of the ladies' committee. �  � ' Tiie :Major .lack Ucss Chapter LCD. F. will hold their regular monthly meeting in the K.P. hall Friday evening at eight o'clock sharp. ; ? ? ? '�' roDnis, or do Red Cross sowing in tu ii'iiMe:^. Can yqu conscientloualy say ytiii are doing your p,a,rt?: Tho Eoliowihg report iliowa the work done (Hiring .luni'. m( fl. bliii|c;-.i. 12 face clr)tlis and buttoas on :>u jiyj. coats, 122 shirts, H3 aprons. i>a Seize Circle-i; Suwci^. i face cloth. M.ijor Jack Ross Cli.ipir.r. l.iVli.Iv- 2 pyj., 0 fl. binders. 1 Imi,', s bed pan covers, 1 handkerchief, 7 'I's. Next of Kin-;i fl. liindfrs, 12 bod pan covers. Rcbekahs-2 _shlrtH, 2 iiyjainas, 1 gov,n, 2 pneu. jackeis. :; sheets, G slips, ;!7 bed pan'covii,^ liandkor-chlefs, 1 .M.T. St. Cyprian-1 pyj.. 1 pyj. coat, 1 pneu. jacket, 2 sheets. 1 tl. binder, h bags. 111 face cloths, 1:; liandkerehicfs, 2 iiead bdgs., 1 pr. soi k.i, and buttons on IS shirts, altered 1 bandage, 12 slips, 1 Burg. stocking, S pyj. coats, 3 pyj. trousers, 7 sheets. bags, 1 cap. 1 gown and tags on binders, 12 towels. St. Augustine-.? shirt.s. 1 pyj., 1 gown, 2 pneu. Jackets. 12 handkerchiefs, 7 T's, ;! .M.T,, 1 pr. Kocks. St. Patrick-2 pyj., 12 face cloths, .2 T's, 10 M.T. Sir .Alexander Gait Chapter, T.O.D.K. -2 shirts. 2 pyj., 2 gowns. 1 pneu. jacket, 2 sheets, 9 aliiia. C towels, a n. binders, 1 amp. -sling, 2 face cloths, S T's, 1 ilS.1\ Teachers and;"yoiing Business Women-1 shirt, fi,pyj.;l pyj. trousers, 3 gowns, r3 pneji. Jackets, :; sheets, 12 slips, ;i towela;^ 6 abd. hinders, 2 amp. j slings, 14 bag.s, 3 shoes, 'J bed pan � covers, 38 face cloths, ol handkerchiefs, 11 T's,-15 M.T. Wesley-t) pyj:;, l.pyj. coat, 2 gowns, 1 pneui-jacket, 3,|ihL'cts, 3, fl. binders, 2 amp." slltigs. ishoc; 1 cap 31 handkerchiefs.'^ khaki alings, 1 T., 4 .M.T. G. P .Club-II pyj', 7 gowns, fi abd. binders'; 3 K. slings,; 80 towels, 12 head bandoge-i, IS slips, 8 sheets, 14 caps,' 2 shoes. Women o� Latter Day Saints-7 Bhlrta, i pyj., 7 gowns, 4 aprons, 13 abd. binders, (1 K. �lings, C amp. slings, 18 towels. 10 cheets. Primary Class of Latter Day Saints -30 face cothE, o towels, 24 handker-chlof.s, 1() caps. lleohlve Cluh-:', shirts, 1 pyj., G fl. bindera, 6 head bilgs.. 24 face cloths, 6 sheets, .'if, hai.dkorchlofs, 12 bags. Pentecostal MIsmIou-S pyj., 4 aprons. 0 abd. binders, G T's, 13 towels, 2 slips, a,sheets, 14 bags; 2. surg. stockings, 12 bed pan covers. St. .Mary-2 pyj., 4 gowns, 3 aprons, I 4 amp. allngs, (1 towels, ,4 sheets. I Protlieon Ciasci-17 face cloths, 14 t towels, IG handkerchiefs. Thibtlo Sewing Circle-7 shirts, 10 pyj.. 7 gowns. 2 abd. binders, 18 M.T., IS K. slings. I', amp. slings, 12 head bdgs., 12 face cloths, 42 towels, G, sUps, 12 sheets, � hags, 7 wringers. St. Aloysiiis Convent-6 handkerchiefs, 1 pneu. jacket. Aden-1 shirtG; I pyj., 12 T's, 6 K. slings, 12 face clotlis, G slips, C bags, 19 pair socks. Burdott-3 sliirta, 1 pyj., 4' gowns, ^ 4. fl. binder.';, il K. slings, 14 towels, i IS slips, G bad pun covers, 3 pair 'socks. Coaldalo U.F.A.-11 shirts, 20 pyj., S gowns, S aprons, 25 fl. binder.*, 24 abd. binders, 12 T's, 5 M.T., 5 is. slings, 22 head bdg.s., 05 face cloths, 37 towels, 24 slips, G slieets, 45 hand-Icerchiots, 21 caps, 12 bags, 6 shoes, C pneu. JHckcts, 19 pr. socks. Conidnlo Colony Club-7 shirts, fi pyj., 2 gown.?, 9 tl. binders, 12 M.T., 21 hoid bdgs., 12 face cloths, 18 tow-I els, 18 slips, 4}i liiiiulkorchlets. G caps, ' G bagd, 3 shoos, 4 surg. stockings. Coutts-2 pyj., G fl. binders, G T's, 4 pr. socks. shirts, 7 pyj., 3 gowns, 4 aprons, 12 fl. bindera, 10 amp. slings, 12 heiul bdgs., IS towels, G slips, 12 hnmlkerciiiafs, 12 bags. Sorosis Society of Hyssop school-3 Limited LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! "Make bleaching lotion if slwe ap-pl^ them. Successfully do we achieve the results. ^ ,-.  Dentistry As Wti^^aMe It Drs. Bruner^ Nelson High Gfade American Dentistry ' PHpNE363 Ott Blit., 4 Doors Iron^lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge tSTHBR^bOE, ALBERTA CALGARV 6fFICE-^11�A EIQHTH AVBNUI �r EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. .t,7.-,M,.-^:�v..',-iw.^.iiiv^i7^-f>K!F.a.'t.'fi'(TC*A^itfi|fy.'^?*,?^^^^ ;