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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDA.Y, FEBRUAHY 7, lOlft THE LKTHBUIDGI-: DAILY HERALD PAGR SEVE?^ ' OFiftTlTIC FOND OtliiWd, Fob. ".--file toUowlDK Have j boon oloKted members of the naUoniil ' cxocullvo coiumlttoo of the Oanadlaii > I'Htrlotlc'rimd: i Hon. .Toalah Wood, Saoltvlllo, N.B.; .IiidBo A. A. MttrtDonald, ' Charlotte-, I own; William Ulrks, Moiilronl; Lkmt. ! Col. Clarence P. Smith, .Montreal; Minit. Col, H. W. Leonard, St. Crithar-liics; Senator W. 11. WlUoughby, Moose .raw; I. E, Argue, Swift Current; Senator MIohonor, lied Doer; C. C. Pen-nock, Vancouver; A. C, Flummerfelt, Victoria; il, T. Watt, Brnntford, Ont. c ? PORTFOLIO OF HEALTH _- : ? � .> .^ .> :. J� Ethel Allen, uu,k eluven years > of North Lethlnidge, 1ms coni- of socks for the soldinra. C. .> .> ^ .;. '> : > > ? STUDY FOOD SIIUAIION The Milk We Offer Is Of The Best In Quality It is bandied and bottled in tlie most cleanly manner. We know that once you try this milk you win use it regularly. It is clarified and pasteurized. Crystal Dairy ^Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 Ottawa, Feb. 7.-Owen Hugh Smith, the chairman, and Arthur SmlUs, boUi of the 'nllled beers' export commission ot New Yore, a commission which Is ,now and has been for some time purchasing all the food products for (iroat Britain and her allies In Europe from this continent, have been In Ottawa for the last two days conferring with the food controller relative to the Canadian situation and ascertaining . freight cars all told to 13,000. "The C.N.U.," he said, "has placed on the map of Canada 5131 towns and villages where before was nothing but plains., it is clear that there in immense value in this property." WAR MENU FOR FRIDAY llreakfast: Cbrniiifal and Bran Porridge, Orange MarnialiidH. Toast, ('of-feo; ; ' Diniier: Sautefeil (iolil Kyeis. iMashcd Potatoes, Creamed Cabbage, Uanana Sponge, Custard Suiice. Supper: Cream of Potato Soup, Urown Bread, Nut iMiiffinB, .lam, Tea. Tlie recipe for Niii Muffins, men-tiuned above, is a.-; foUoWi niola.s.-f-os. 1 egg. Vi cup nui meats. .Mix dry ingredieni.i and coarsely ground nuts. Mix molaBses, milk and egg together. Add liauid to dry ingredients stirring just enough to mix. Put in greased muffin tins. Bake ;',0 minutes lu moderate oven. ' REPORT FOR THE GALT HOSPITAL FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1918 Nnuibcr of pationi.s in iHwjjiliil lieKinning of month .......... Cl AdmltiaUco.s dnring luoulli ..... 112 Translent.B during inonih ...... :! 15S Nunilicr of iir.lienls (liscluirKeil during moiilli ............... M2 UeatiiB durinj; iiioiilh .......... .'i Number ot: patients in lio.s|ilta! at end of mon 111 ............... 4S Tian.>iient.s di.fi,ijar(;ecl diirliiK month ..................... ;; Lowest, number duriuK nionih .. -l;! HIglioBi number during ninniii .. ."i4 Daily average, dui'ing inoiUli ..... 40 Xiimbor of hospital day.s for private patients .............. "40 .Vnuiber ot liOHpltulH days for private patiohlB IVree) .......... ;;i j Number of Iio.spilal day," for ward patients ipayingi ......ii'.iS .N'nmljer fii tioEpilal 'Iuvh for ward patientfl (free) ......... 147 Total jiunibor ot hospital days for month"..............l^iy Number of operations under general aiiaeslhollc ............. 17 .N'umlior of oiierutions under local or no anaostlietic ............ 13 Xiimbor ot patients treated in outdoor depuriment '............ 1 .Number of dressing treatments ill outdoor dopurlmont ....... 'J The hospital wishes to ackiiowldge with thanks, the following donations received during the month: 1 turkey. Delony'a Afeat fllnrket; magazines, W. C. T. U.  E.. A. MeCLARTY, Lady Siffierintendenl. n U JEWISH POPULATION .. GREATLY REDUCED Now York, Feb. 7.--Disease, starvation and expulsions have reduced'the Jewish populations of Jerusalem to ,S3,000 or about forty per cent, in tho throe and ono half years since the war began, according ito Cfihlo advices received by "the Palestine restoration fund commission h^re. PHRHAPS ,your - previous'.oxporleiioe is still in your ,mlnd. Or you have listened to tho harrowing stories of a friehd who was X^'^wed JW -the chair.^--' ' ' i forcing conscription, under the prevailing comljltlons |n' Soi^th , Africa. The ameudinenf, how-"^ over, pledged the conference to redouble Us efforts to. secure; recfults voluntarily, v' i EDUilAGAIN Quebec Legislature Refuse.s To Adopt Measure F'roviding Fpr It GUN EXPLODED ON RANGE, KILLED l.uwton, Okla.. Feb. 7.-Captain U. P. Chrl:^tle, whose home is said to be in Philadelphia," and Privates 0. S. Vandnvoer and Jncuues Baroilles, both of tho Ninetletli Field Artillery, were instantly killed when a French Ju gun exploded on the artillery , range at Fort Sill yesterday. Af�otIier private was serlou-sly Injured. ; The giitt .was bfiing used in target practice. lEiN CAMPAIGN AGAINST BOLSH Cossack Ixsader Making Good Progress and Movement is Growing ACTQOEBECHOOSE Harbin, Feb. 7.-The campaign against the Bolshevikl Is proceeding successfully in easterti Siberia under the direction of the Cossack leajler Semon-off. Tchltn, on the Trans-Siberian Railroad 370 miles east of Irktusk, and ICarinskul, the junction point of the Trans-Siberian � und Amur Railways have been captured, together with a large qunullly ot arniB and ammunition. The nio\'ohient against the Bolshevikl appears to be growing in strength.' ' Qijebec, Feb. 7.-Liquor license legislation which will make the province bt Quebec "bone dry" after May 1, 1919, was Introduced in the Quebec legislature this afternoon by Hon. Waller Mitchell, provincial treasurer. All licenses to sell liquor ut)w in existence will expire on that date,, and will not bo renewed. Liquor tor sacramental, .medicinal, mechanical, manutacr turing and industrial purposes will be spld under a special license. FUEL SHillN THE EASTNOTEKAGGERATEO PitQItle Carry Coal Horn* a Bag At a ,' .; Time and BiirhFencea. ''Tliere is no exaggeration about the reports that are coming through from the east regarding the fuel shortage," said Len Kune, of the Herald ,pre8s-rOoijisi who returned froiii a month's visit te hip home in St, Thomas yes-t�?rday. ' * "Fuel Is carried homo from tho cars In little bags, a bag at a time," he sa^ys. "In the hospital where my fttlher Wtts ill there was soniotlmoa not ojjough fuel to last the day. Tho flower^: beside his bed froae one day, NbtbliiB was over experienced like itv At Windsor, Chatham, London, it is ail. ^Ijo same. At, Wlndsctr the mayor tpld il^e people to hUfn up the fences, ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ � .vert the neighbor's fences If - they ��y|lia'4,'tb.'> a m A Woman Advises Women Tyiicslde P.O., Ont. "I r�eivetl your sample of GIN PU,1,S uiid nf Icr using Ihem 1 felt to luoch lielter lliut I got n box nt my gliV and now i oni taking the . thlttTliox. "The pnin pcross ray back pnd ki(inc\.� luis almost r'otlrrly cone nnd I ntn'ljettcr tliim I Imvc been for yearn.. 1 was h great sufferer from r)ieuinati�m but it baanlt left me. I strongly ml viae all nfomen who suffer frotJi p�in in the back and weak klJacys lo try OIN rlI,l,S." MRS. T. HARRIS. Cla PUli >. a l>ox or S bozu for Ss.so at all good dealers. Saiapla (tea If youwrito to National Drug Jk Chaiulcal Co. of Canada, Limlta'd, Toronto i or to U, S. addraii, Na-Dru-Co., Inc., m Main St., BttiSala, N.Y. TRY .'AH. a. A Glean, Rosy, HEALTHY Skin is the birthright o� every child. Contact with count* less unclean, germ-laden things every day, however, brings tbe constant quota of danger and the happy, artless ways of children make them especially liable to infection. Even so there is one sure safeguard you can use- HEALTH It Is a wonderful disinfectant, and a bland, pure, free lathering soap for all toilet purposes. The most tender skin welcomes its daily use. The mild, disinfectant odor you notice vanishes quickly after use. At All Grocers-r Lever Brothers Limited toronto 177) Kirkby's Tea R ooms ill will now Open for Refreskments on Sundays Rsginning February 10 11:00 a.m. : WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS at- f Friday Next, 2 FRANK WADDINGTCI** WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE A QUANTITY OF And etteutrinoludingr \'e'ry..gobd'soUdjdait ,' leather seat,s;ostendlhg dining table; good aiaebtiatar^llffl^'I.C^'PW^ FLAT TOP DESK; two oak writing tables; two BwlVelwb'alciQ^fjcei'.'i.' chairs; brass mounted beds.:with �prlng und mattresses ;'friDBAW;i( buffet; nil brass bed, complete with cojl springs and Ostenn'qbr ' . mattress;\several good carpet tlquares; toilet sots;* clo(;k;kltohf>fi?�'J,-ch^Jrs; rockor, etc. , .: , .  �, '.A.. Pair very handsome upholstered chairs; mahogany, easy bed;'Qom. chair; grass rocker; EDISON GRAMOPHONE, wii records ;;-tipholatored Iqimge; ,|l burner oil stoye; handsomcirti any; ceptro table, ' ^,^';st4: * ^OQDS ON VIeNa/ THURSDAY, 7,30 TO 9,00;','' > TERijiat^c^^H;,^;.,-;. ,, ,..,RHr---^- 03 58 9075 ?862 63 8089 ;