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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PI5CEMBKR 12. 191fl THE I1EIULD PAC.K SKVliN 0 ss PHONE 12.24 :H Avoid dangerous prepara- tions containing caustics, 'acids, ammonia, by using Old Dutch JiJttB Patrick for four yeanj wiiU tlio Harvester Co., loft.on Saturday for -Calgary to ac- a position with u prominent law linn, Llfliit. Harold'Higinbothum, who en- listed witli the 34tli hattalion in On- ttirio, al'tcrwui'ds being transferred to an. KngHsh regiment, is, expected to return to tho city tomorrow morning, according to word received by his fa- ther, .J. D.. Hlginbotiiam. Lieut. Hig- itibolhiilu was wounded several months ago and is coming home to convalesce. A most enjoyable afternoon was spent at the home of Mrs. M. L. H. Lloyd of Magrath last week in honor of her cousin Miss K. West, who is 'leaving shortly to be married, when tho Ladies' Aid of Magrath presented Miss West with a cut glass vase. Tea was served after the presentation. Thri following ladies were present, Mlas Witt Mrs. Flood Mrs. 'Phillips, Mrs. Ged: des, Mrs. Henick and Mrs. Campbell. Report pf the .Nursing Mission I'or the mouth of November, 1U1P: Number of New patients...............'.' Old patients Mctio patttntb 0 Professional calfs ijlay) f loi J'rofebsional cills U Friondli. and lelief. ctll GO Business calls 10a Offici. calls H3 School calls 9 Tot-il spent, at school 52% Patients paying full fee Patients paying part fee 0 Patients cartfd for free S Provisions have been supplied to 12 families, fresh meat to S families, milk to S families, now boots to two school children and one old woman, medicine to 2 f.atlsrits. warm bed, clothes for 4 faniilies, water rates paid for l- families, 7 loads of '-coal sent out by the city, woman paid for keeping house for 'J weeks for a sick woman, warm clothing and boots giv- to 31 families. 72 calls for women for day's work aupplfed; ft calls for men for day's work supplied; 5 calls for outside nurses supplied. The Mission also acknowledges with' thanks the splendid response to their requests Cor warm bed-clothes. A. M. Supt. Mr. and Mrs, .1. Norman lUtchie left today to snoml a days in Calgary. Tho of the Empire will in charge of the tea room at the IlmlBOii's Uny tomorrow afternoon. j .Mr. W. II. Irwin, clerk of Ihc Dis- trict Court, 1ms boon iiotiriod of tho marriage e! Us nephew, Commander Archibald I.ovett Cameron, U. N., of H.M.S. New Zealand, to iMonu, only child of Lord and Lady Dowar, of S, Dm-inaliougli Gnrdeus, Edinhurgli. o At the Eastern Star meeting at Coaldale last nlslit tlie resnltB of tlio nleetion of now officers was an fol- lows W. Nellie Leffler. w. Alfred Haley. Winnie Heisetli. Chas. olaapey. SidleB. Emma Haley. Associate Linda Drown In honor of her daughter, Miss An- nie niley's .twcij'y-flrst hirthday, Mrs. E. Itlley entertained ou.Friilay oven- ing, Dec. 8th, iu St. Mary's hail. Sup- pel at 0 to tht niimber of 130 heing present. The re- mainder of the- evening- was' spent with singing Dames tile unsic being supplied "Mr R stoncrolt and Mi J Ijostci Misb Ri le LINKS -ARE IN EXCELLENT. SHAI'K. .TENNIS COUHTS EVERYWHERE. Tlie jjDick lay, Tiie Sceoic Tde Safe Way IS TO GO VIA THE ALL-KAIL "IIQAD OF A THOUSAND WONDEHS." Our buolilets on L'aliforniii lire free. iulilies iohn M facptt GBIIBI.U T'asseiyvei timid Oi pgon SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES FEED GRINDER Our plate ch'opper.s and Holler mills will not shake to pieces. They aro built to last. AVe build several ,sizes. G. KISCHEL Lethbridge Irou Woi-ks Seasonable Gifts Modest Prices ot'J'cr M pai-liculiirly filt-ructive' ol' suitable for tlio lioli- (lav season, ('aii aiid iiyspuol our stock. You will-uol. be ura'cd to liny. We make a, .spocially of tabli1 and poekel apdware Go. NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE of the DON'T MISS SEEING THIS, EVERY MAN, WOMAN CHILD. WILLIAMSON'S SUBMARINE MOTION PICTURES Orpheum only Submarine Picture! made at the bottom of the Excitable combats with Big .Sllmx Monsters, of the Natives .diving ;to M Bottom'of ocean fof gardens on ocean's fish of all sponge Industry. TONIGHT PRICES 25c and 5Oc ;