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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUflpAY;i?EBRlJARY 10,1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DATLY �ERA^:.D PAGE ELEVEN whMh liM all Itt iRitr E.W.61LlErT COMMNY LIMITED ___TONONTO, OUT. * RfcOCRdSS NOTES  {The work ildne.lii Jaauary accord-Ink. to the- toUowing report, showB a Blips, 4 sheets, BBllngs,; 22 T. bandages, 3 many-tailed bandages. Big Sister's Class-1 pyjama, 7 pillowslips, 3 sheets, 6 abdominal binders, 9 hotwater bottle covers, 22 T. bandages. ; St. Andrew's-:4 day shirts, 2 surgical vriry j.decided Inoreaae over la�t shirts, 2 pyjamas, 6 pillowslips, 6 alj- Wjjuth. "ThlB jb very gratifying In- domlnal binders, 12 khaki isUngs, 7 T. dmd, and ii id hoped that the renew- bandages. e4 effortB, wHl Continue. Many are , St. Augustine's-I dayjBhirt, 1 sur- cqmihg-lp' the rooms Wednesday af- gical shirt, 1 pyjama, '0 abdominal terhodni; yet ihore workers are need- binders, 1 pair slippers, 6'isllngs, 1 ed to nidet the e JaijiuilT.MPort is as follows: St. Cyprlan'B-^2 pyjamas. 1 skeet, 20^'a1)dbhiiiW'binders, 4 slings, 2 modelled 6 Incorrect bandages. Latter Day Saints-12 day shirts, 8 pyjamas, 12 pillowslips, 24 towels, 6 abdominal bind^irs, 2 pairs surgical stockings.' �  Mrs. Lund, 3 drpssing goWns; Mrs. Morris, 2 day shirts, 2 nurse's aprons; ______________ _ . Mrs. Minor, 2 day shirts,'2 pyjamas; pairs'ntt^e's' sleiiVes, 26 T. bandages, Mrs. Menzie, 12 pillowslips, 12 towels, 12 many-tailed bondages.'  " i6 abdominal binders, Mrp., A. Knowl-St. Patrlck'B-il pyjama, 4 pillow- den, 6 towels, 6 abdominal, binders; ilp*;.:4'^he^t*, la, lidomlnal binders, Mrs. Edmonds, 2 pyjamas; Mrs, New-InttrseB! aprlHi,,2 lAlngs, 14 T. biind- Inger, 2 pyjamas; Mrs., Bartlett, 6 age*! '�. abdominal binders, 3 ]>8lrB surgical ^T**$hoWi:^2'(lj^jaIriil8, 12 pillowslips, stockings; Mrs. Cowyllli 10 pyjamas, 8 iheeta* iO" abfldtalniir binders, 2 12 pillowslips, 1-2 towels* 6 abdominal pairBiBllpperB, 6^7^ bkndages, 7 many- binders, 5 khakiislings, 6 slings; Mrs. tailed bandageB.Mid 1% quilts. Davidson, 2 dressing gowns; Mrs. We|Iex-7r3 PyJ*>^b'3>^^4 pillowslips, Dawson, 1 day shirt, 6 abdominal bln-16/sHeStB,'- 6 tofreK -30 abdominal ders, 1 pair surgical stockings; Mrs. I>i|ide,r8, i nurte'B'apron, 3 slings, 71 Knowlden, 6 T. bandages; Miss Van �y., bandages, il.'rtiany-tailed bandages, Teck, 2 surgicalV^hlrts;' Mrs. Harvey, alio rWteddeled^'llncbrrect pyjamai 12 plUowsHps, 3 nurses' Cemi'if'^lW.O.'rtJ'.-^l' pyjama, 4 pll- aprons; Mrs. Holburton, 1 'dressing iWisliiM; io> abdtuntn^r binders, 5 gown; Mrs. Lomhs, 2 day shirts; Mrs. BllngB,'Ifipair; surgical stockings, 10: Little, 1 pyjanla/ Mre. H. Allen, 6 ab-T. poiitively;rfiruaranteed that Mecca Ointment la non-injurious and non-poison^ 0u8-for all skin troubles and diseases, There is nothing as jfbod JBiKyMeceB. i'A iri^'Wmple wilT'be mailed upon request by the Fo8t�r^i)ack Co., Limited .; , Toronto . Bold in ^e., Ke^iTfic. and $1.25;iize 'Cockle 5 tops and 5 linings foriqUHts; ban dages made in Red Crop's rtdms. 26 T.and 2 many-tailed; Art needlework club served rags for rugs, Mrs Hanly made buttonholes in 25 day shirts; Miss Dunlop remodelled: 8^ surgical shirts.  ' Tlie pressing committee report 536 I^TATMRl^lavishly rewards, those who labor ratlohally to rtC-serve isnd beautify their hair. Those who know depend * ? upon.Newbro's Herpicide for the eradication Of that greatest ' anainy of good hair, dandruff, and to prevent the halr'from eoming out. � . �� ' ^(dybt, lustrous and luxuriant hair is almost always associated" lylth.IJerpiolde. The dainty, exquisjte odor of. Herpicide appeals to. ' awry, refined tasCe and makes .it a most delightful and popular ''hair'dressing. 8endi!iOc in; postage or silvertfor trial sice Mttlf.and booklet; ' Applleatlohs at' the better Karber shope. Sold' averyWHere. , Ouarantead .by The Herpicide Oo., 4> � ? ? : TALK IS USELESS Washington, Feb. lO.^When state department;- * * * � > * MEET TO OF TOU.S.GOVT.FOR RPOSES EFFICIENCY TESTS T ..... vj- Sunday. S'oliool aspoclati^n. and Is -worktilB for the boys' moveii(ent in oo.njunction. ;.with tbe . org^^Uation wiiloh. has for its: pbjept: thoijj^pater eifiolency^of' tbe.boys of tUe'^conntry. Av bean supper :wa� ^t^rovjde^jfbji^j the ladles !wblGh .was served.'ini;|tt)&tbase-inent of 'tliie []^et,bo4iiBt ^uralilAtter w,hlcU ; a program,' the prjn^fjuit' feature'of which address,Mr, Westman- was- given in - the^M)|idilor-Inm of tlve church. . j;-,  Washington, Feb; lO.-Offers of assistance in whatever manner the government might select to prepare Itself for, continued today to pour into the war and navy departments from manufacturers, industrial concerns and establishments possessing valu able facilities for promoting, military prepSration.. j Chief among these received today' was one from the General Electric Company, tendering the co-operative _ and manufacturing facilities, "In any Iassistance of its extensive technical Judge Jackson stated this morning measure which may be Adopted in the tliat the special committee appointed present situation." byathe Board of Trade to arrange for Willingiiess to turn the company's the, organization of an' Automobllo research laboratory over to the naval club had decided to hpid the meeting consulting board or other agency and on Friday evening, March 2nd, at place its executive and engineer offlc-eight o'clock In the Chinook cliib. The ers at the use of the government was cbrnmittee is anxious to secure the i ilso expressed, membership of every auto owner within a radius of 20 milesii�nd those \yho 'are interested' in the project are asked to do some missionary work in the meantime to secure as large a turnout as possible. The members of the committee ale securing copies of fhe ionstitutions of other clubs and will' be all ready to coiinplete organisation here at the first meeting. iCOL. A. D. McRAE. HAS BEEN PROMOTED London, Feb. 8.-Col. D. McRae has been gazetted quartermaster gen ;eral on the Canadian taft in ^ MEN'S BOX KIP'BLUCHER BOOTS A semi- dress slide in a wide fitting style Avitli heavy soIq; also useful for a light work boot. Eegular vat- \ - ue to $4.50. Toiii^it, pair ... MEN'S FINE ENG. FLANNEL SHIRTS , With detachable ^lounge collar in = : brown shades. Reg. $3.50. Tonight O 49 only............ i.......,...... ^* Ladies New Spring SUITS Introducing ladies' new s]n-ing suits i'n a fine assortment of Russian Orcen, Cop-(niliagcn, Black and White Checks, ^Tavys, Plain Blacks and Nigger Browns. Each Suit^ Worth $30.00. As a special introduction we price them Toniglit & Mon. Your Cboice for SEE WINDOWS 19.i 5526 ;