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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta of Whom W (1) Amonf the Canadian liaes. r v f e remains of a Gotha which ,wis. bronghl down' in flames., near .a hojpital in the .j' (2) A Canadian nurse 'giving. ''jjerb'i' cream with received the Moss Star., (6) The Canadian hospital with Bed dosses. (6) Dressing the soldier in Montreal Ward in the hospital given bat staffed by front. (8) Wounded (9) Locating a bulletin tit arm of ai'FrencU soldier in the THE niy Dying a meal oa'lhe Weilerrr CHQSS .aot so maay people realjzi tttnse amount pi accomplishes for hu- sn' _ This work Is being EliTi.turTuerjei- connecUoQ the'; r of destitute peoples" in1 tli3 TegKms- cf fetch -allotted for thai 1 .Tie Hfri Cross Sotielj-'JE' i TTith the British "Bed Cross uiider...tbi5 talsVTThere'' Canadians S-arft liiiienti, while the en Briar K-'.S Society. It was founded in ISSfT Town'-' was the first .Colonial Branch estab- "rt" I '-lished In'.iho'Einplre. The society TTZS Incorporated, by Dominion Char- tar In 1909. yrhe first Ited Cross.flat, ''ever used in Canada Sex zLBaloche, be seen in the John-Boss Robertson- Collection in'Aba.Public LlbrarjyToronto. Tile functjon ot the Canadian Red Cross Socl.ty is: To'lurnish', for, the ot -and .craforis .ol.all. klp'dE J whlcfc.'are "eilra" to_-thc supplies'Vfurilshcd by the'fJofer'cinent to :itfe'Caria-' SIlliti'ry'Hospilals "and u'niu. z '-The Parcels DcparlniMt'despatfchM Ih'e comforts Deeded by' each 'stationary, .Larnes, and EOVOD. >The Newspaper Department tries to secure for wch man nls .own don OtBce, over and above (ruts' made to It by EiecutlTO !ln Can- ada for speolBc objects and for the upkeep of tbe society's (2j. "TO and' Ihe'.auiiplies and' co-npcrate. 'w Joe'' JleiJic'al" Service in "aer" with X ready at a mb- ..._-. requlrsd: Red Cross Society Army Medical iVjJafc'iajhJ tines, to. pfoTide, any storea lid ai the Cross nospllal OiredeD. !ba Princess Patricia RH Cross Hospital at Bexhill. the Canadian Red Cross Gjnvalcs- The Drjves pod BnterUlnment De- lartmeut recratlon c-utcEdc the hospital or home for tbe patients well cnougt lo prout by It. -The Enquiry Department searches continually for news of. "missing" men, often gleaning information From other wounded men of the same battalion through the Bed Cross visi- tors. The Canadian Red Cross Society undertakes to despatch to every Can- adian prisoner In enemy countries, regardless o' rank, maiimum amount of food aod clethinj per- mitted by the regulations ot the Cen- tral Care Commutes for Prisoners of War, chich' nss established by tbe Joint Committee o[ the British Bed Cross and HI. John of Jerualem to be the central authority Tflth regard lo all Brlllah prisoners. Xo food, clothice or uce'pt letters'.'.andf 'n'eita- paptrs, can reach In" enemy rointries alther' secf by, its I Cross ilealt or bear, the ;cVupcii'T___ is Central-Cafe t the' nell-of-klu. i m. t n f 'cent Home at Bushel Park, Irur Cana. Red CroiS Eneclil Hospital at Buitoo, iLondoFi. By furnlshiap. on Indent the Coramandlnp; (Mkers, eilra emergency stores o( all riursinp sitters .__...._, _ clothing, surgical supplies ljaso, wlilch (s all nurses foods, and huudredi of articles of the D- E- F- kinds calculated lo make