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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. Till-; UirHlMLUUK DAILY IIKHALI) PAGE NINE PHONE 13M o Miss U Cosgrove left this iveelr. on a business trip to Chicago Mrs B V. Dooley and two daugh. lera. Mary and Frances, left yeslerdaj nJlernoon for Vancouver, whcTD the will rosido la future. .On, lhe they will visit with Sir. and Mrs. A bcrt Ecferstcy, Mldnapore. Mrs. Ogllvle, who has been salte Ing Irbm Influenza, Is able lo b around again- Mf. J. Harry Alexander was a vis tor In Calgary on Tuesday. V Mr. 11. Jennings aud Miss Floss Jennings wcrje visitors in the supplied. have had more uieu looking fur work, aud more, families tiwling as liislance this mouth than .M Slave hud since ISM. In our report for moiirj we omit- ,cd among our donallo holly sent us for Ike Ch po.-a by tho Terrlll Floral Ci holly wreath by Frarhe Tho Hnnlera who shunned the which Eho outlined Ihc work of lUo ti'lure In reconstruction. >p..-a'iing of the prominent place thai women will taVo in this wort. Sac asked lor ijtt- ler attendance at conimilt'fi meet- ings, a study of the airas of coun- cil, a campaign to increase ihe nuiu-, her of societies In affiliation, and i-ioke I of the for acUou in Hie care .of tl'C child. In public health; h. j 'and good citizenship. In education the serious problem is that or 'lie fur- clitu born who should have Hi? best shO'.iUI (Sljned) A. Jl i THRIFT RECIPES the Cana- Hoard. And thought her 1 rwcherl" the "buildinEs should be Shall meet and Snow the I.iotis Urooti. I u_ed a3 a ,acM Arthur Stringer Arthur Stringer (Can adian Poems ot the Great War) Mr Smlihcrfi ts supplyins ot Montreal '-'or a time. in ihe Colonial Theatre SUNDMIext day for Del Ilontta. California, v he will Join Mrs. Hteinbotham family. domestic science, home nursing, ninn- ujl training an 1 music should he taught and supervised play wia need- ed. Mrs. llobinson spoKo with liMi praise of the patriotic work ilorn by ihe touchers and pupils of the citv and hoped in the future to have en on th? school boards. In lhe matter of publlv health, prop- l er care and food were needed for c'iil-, i'dren and an improvement shouM ht-j'." VEGETABLE CUTLETS eooked beans. 1 cup1 mashed potatoes. i tablespoon oil or savury (at. tablespoons ouion. tablespoons cornstarih cup tomato. teaspoon sail. I'm the rlio anO ihrra; meat chopper and mis v thoroughly. Tool; ihe fst. stir in Ihe inato and fall. I'ombiiii' lures, shape into hoar in a qmcl; cucn. wilii fat of oil. returncd'home Saturday after havias Icnsils removed al the tonvah's cenl Home. Miss Vcra JU'I.t-od is doing nicely fitter her recent operation on her ihroal al Hit' Convalescent Home. "-r m t Under Direction of Corporal J. E. Thompson i SOCIAL EVENTS J Th" S 0 K. social held events In the I. O. F. hall wsa a most, en coudlllc-15 thai i.Tcvailed in many placr-s. Mrs. riobinson of lhe splendid work donu by the Mission in relief in in the milX station. Local ncsdf, sai-l point to the tor an lion, where- girls may otj-ai.n ailvsal- cjuiilnr to I'nose by bus--, in the Y. M. C. A. Also :i need fur a day nursery, a uruhaLi ciiililren nn-.l a ball nates ihi; dersou and the c-ometery alsr, i improvement. The women Lrthbridie sUouhl un.tc in tnak-ns Ucthbrldge the tet m the pi-ov in me joyable alfair, heins Iield n iuco. back remrned members from. scrmlary's report s-o-ved some overseas Kourteei> tahlca ct cards work lust year. i-ere in play at whi-l. Twcaiy-Jonr lhe cultivation ol pints ot EriunJ, Ihc hands were played, refrcEliments being 0( prayer held, the tig day ana r-rvcd at the end ol the twelfth haml. v.-orli done with rfB'.rd to the The prize winners -were-as follows: stitLOn aided by Ihc Sivfjing Ladies: First. Mrs. K. Scott; second. Mission. Miss Alice "Doe; Mrs. report shov.-cd tint William. Gentlemen-. First. Mr. K. ji.iss.js had been raised, expendl Mr Farsons'nnd Mr. W. Scott. .Mission. Knox Ladies' Aid, W.C.T.U., Mr! I'arsons ncled as M. C. 'lor tho Xejl-of-KIn. Wesley lAdies' Ad. evening. of the homes, ot lie stores and CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ure HIS "bonnic wee thing" is a FRY'S Cocoa Girlie. Her cheeks are plump and a sunny, healthy, romp- ing little Jenny Canuck because she gets FRl S regularly. She plays harder than most people FRY'S gives her richly back all the spent more to grow' on! Have you any little 'pale faces" at home .Liven them up, build them up now with FRY'S. "Nothing wUl do but FRY'S MISS McADAM. ALEERTA MPP IS CONDUCTRESS FOR zsUicJ ar.oiJur chavltr C. A. she made the Irin on gi'iii, travelling third cisss rca-pnnicn ol Ihe wives cad children I ot the ret-.irnins sol.llcr-. "An r.rnr.sement hap bicn arrive.! rt with tho military aolh-jrliits liy on all troonshiiis the V. C.'. A. he pcrmiited to ECiiJ a conduc- to Icoh after the iruerests of the women and children on hoard. Miss McAdatn volnnteE'rci] to act as conductress on the fir.-t trip after Ihe 'arrangement hsd bjen reached, anil the, Y. A. gladly availei! itself I ol her offer. lory and distinct possibilities in a dls-j Irict whieli can grow such wonderful vegetables. Then there are the flax' on returned soldiers as last as the places are available. We believe that is the best way. to .build good town." Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN J15.00 A.WEEK K you cannot spend three years In hospHal or are past hos- pital ago llmil, senr! naniB and address .on postcard lor year the C. S.- N'. Home-Practice ilethod ot study Ing trained nuralnB. Stale age. The Chautauqua School of Nursing JA.MESTOWN, N, Y. .egii dorsc-d; That. :hn. nerd for c.irlnj for tho sged and infirm be. to the lulcnlion ot the Government a: sucli as lhe management of, a kitchen ranse. the manner secur- ing supplies, but whlcli were as a McAdam slaied that' a booklet was the ovangelistle according to the delen arronEemcula made before lhe cam- reformation ol women in shortly for distribution among British V.-omeii coming to Canada. Miss Mc- The women's hranch of the Cross will ir.eet tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock In the rooms. of confirmed had habits where; they would he kept separate from soc- iety at large and'be provided with work and gooil sanitary conditions, and 'also Ihflt liiere be provided an Wesley choir will meet at the homo ana school for VOIIIIK girls.; of Mrs. T. S. I-'clterly. 284 7th Avo. 'wherc they would lie kept veiiaralo' IS., for a short practice tomorrow [rnm iDcety at large aud be nrovldeil (i-'riday) with work and good sanitary coiidil- from women ol confirmed evil An event which promises to bs iiahils and would receive instruction most enjoyable la the Valentino tea useful 'arts with the view of en- whicli is being given at the home of Rblins Ihem to live honest llyes." Rawden on Saturday afternoon "That tills conference request the of next week (February It is Provincial Executive lo petition Iho hoped the ladles will reserve that day I'roTinctal Government to1 so amend for this pleasant social.allemoon. A the Factory Act to make the minimum silver collection will be taken, the wage a living wage." proceeds o! which 'will divided oe-. The following officers were elccled tween tho SL John's Ambifenr-. to Bade and the Girls' Dawden; corresponding sacretnry. Mrs. 0. W. l.eech; treasurer. Mrs. W. Now of Lethbridge, Has Great Confidence "When rill tho land in'the I.eth- Sridge distributing district is under .irrigation which is capable of being watered, the possible increase In pop ulation which will market and Iho Increase in fibre industries which should not be overlooked. Uroom corn can he grown successfully here, I believe, and Ibis would make possible a rjroom and brush factory. 'And Lelhbrldge is s Ira lexical ly situated so that it will always he an important wholesale distribution cen- tre. There ought lo bo many more wholesale houses of different kinds here. Calgary is now handling manyf Feb. international; articles in a wholesale way m this' opened here territory which should be handled by htwilh 41 delegates representing iKithbridge. And with the large rnin- in atlendance. Delegates Ing population which makes possible BnBuna aaa tho TJn- Ihe right supply of labor, you hove tha -s SeTersll daicgallons have ,sc in labor and the market which would arriveii. the wider! sWrt overa11 The conference took up discussion There 'leth-i0' international legislation in s_ PARIS, Feb. conference commission on a society of na- tions Issued an official statement today saying It hsd decided that representatives of Czecho-Slo- vaXia, Greece, Poland and Ru- mania would be associated In its deliberations. This is in keeping the decision to give four ad- 1 ditionaT places on the commission to tYie smaller powors. afternoon. Dr. Stoncr is Ihe founder of RedcliiTe which fa fast becoming one of the industrial industry which Is one of largest in 'lhe province., It will de- coin ng one, 01 ine inuiioiii.ii ofllie province, mid he sees ajvelop wonderfully as he west Ms IP rrisatiDii at hand, there aro'loued would help greally in supplying I mnny small Industries which could be! for the returning soldiers. In i darted here ris-hl now which would HcilcliBc. we are letting all the alien deveion argelv in the imxt few years, j enemy citizens who have been work- A vegetable" cannery and a picklo fac-Mng in our factories go, and are taking THRIFT STAMPS FOR Those who hive jirc-: pare to spare them now .Sot, irt.Thrift stamps. If the tippee has po.'Thrilt. stamp took he-gets no Up. THRIFT STAM P PROPO NENT8 llayor R. C. Minhtll, of Cilgary, and ex-3Inyor -SI. C. CostellOj are am- ong tho strongest advocates of the Thrift and War Savings Stamp cam- paign. Children's Colds i tally detective, Mrs. K. H. I'alrley; household economics, Mrs. R. H. Dav-1 lidson; child welfare. Miss Tilley; j ganizatlon of woman -labor, Mrs.. Trios, Taylor; immigration, Mrs. W. S. Galbralth; objectionable printing mat- er, Mrs. J. P. Simpson. tf tf tj tj NURSING MISSION REPOR'T FOR MARCH Number Old patients Now patients........... Metro patients Professional calls (day) Professional calls {night) Friendly and relief calls Business calls............ Office calls.............. BRITISH POLICY WASHINGTON, Feb. discussion of the new British Im- port embargo resumed today fol- lowing yesterday's sharp crlti- swung to defense of the. British policy of protecting her industries, and the Weeks' reso- lution looking to a protest to Eng- land hy the state department was displaced and sent to the senate calendar Us further contldera- tiin will' require a majority vole. EVIDENCE ON SOPHIA VANCOUVER, Feb. com- mission Invosllsallng the Wreck in i northern waters cf Iho Blcamahlp I- Princess Sophia will take evidence in June.lll on February ami 27, -Mr. .Morrison announced loday. The com- mission ells in Victoria next Monday. A, FEW. TITLES'BY GOOD AUTHORS THE DEVIL'S CRADLE......... by Sedgewkk JOAN AND PETER................. by Wells THE DESERT OF WHEAT.......by Znne Grey THE SKY RIDER THE MAN FROM BAR 20 by DEEP FURROWS by THE UNKNOWN WRESTLER THE TRIUMPH OF JOHN KAAp by Tolal S2' Groceries wuro provided for 21 fam- ilies, meat for IS families, milk for C families, eggs, mllX, soup and custanh for 17 pallents, warm cmnforler for BALTIC HAS 20CO HALIFAX. X.S., Feb. over olflcers, carltls and 20SS other mnks of llio Canadian Biiicditionary Force on hoard, the White Star liner THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE OPOCALYPSE THE CLASH by Ibariex by Moore bahlc.i, new bools for 2 children, new stockings for 1 old wo- nun, worn clothing for 7 families, rent _ _ was paid for 3 families, room rent tor i TO MOTHERS! Whatever else you do for your chiU'i coMI fevemh i old, man, hoard for man and_ Zjshll- jhcad or sore throat, remember to always rid lhe biliouf liter, tour stomach. Tno raan "cen im 11 iMuniio, n orc patient, bed linen pallenls.-medi. Baltic arrived hero last night' from clno for 1 patient, special tood for 2 NEW BOOKS COMING: FINE PRIVATE STATIONERY We carry the finest in boxes, bulk or by the lb., jinen or velum finish Stationery, initialled FREE while you wait. OUR SPECIAL ECONOMY K LADIES' AND GENTS' CALLING CARDS, ENGRAVED OR PRINTED. LIFT PERMIT SYSTEM CHICAGO. Feb. permit embargo on ihcad or sore tliroat, remember to always nd the bilioui liter, for ovcr 3 months, und tho i was lifted today at points east land constipated bowels o( the congested waste jmrJ toxin mother dted. Wnlor rates were paid .Chicago, except tor ,3 families. H8ht tor 4 vl: pic. Cas'iafcts ciiidy C.ithattic first tiling. Even cfo'js, sick, colct-cloggcd kiddies necdn''i jCascaicW. Cascarets never disipjtoint the worried mothtr, 10 cent 'box of Cascatcla contains and dose Tor children ont fttt tor 13 families, llshl tor 1 fnrallles, 17 loads of coal were scnl cul by lhe city n t be coaxed to take candy at cur Wo also nippllcil 2 43 calls tor women for dny'E worlf. SMALLPOX IN OUEBEC QUEBEC, Is epi- demlfl In a larso nnmlier of towns nnd villages In Quebec province. FOR GOOD READING JOIN OUR LIBRARY EXCHANGE SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;