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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FRnntJARY 15, 1918 wsaeg^;--TT--�� 111,1 1 -- nm LETHnnmr.E daily hehald PAGE NINE Red Gross Report, January yels, "8, Th,o He (I Cross report for the first nioiit.li of the:'new year shows', a'dc-i cidedvlncroojjo.'. In e,ver,y:. dopart,m,ent. Owing^.to tbo l�rgo.!piiniJ)er of'wonyni slglifng flier pledge diirnig the lirtuao lo' house* canvas for~,wo'T-ker.s, �amo names, mny TinYti been overlooked.! if! ho, it' Would bW.: gf;b(itiy''� appreciated If the Rcrt^bW'Wfl^o' "worn notified: of suelr imnic'a ,and ' acldrossos, audi work would bo sent Jit. once. The. reprirtvfof "January follow": 'Baptist Aid--! pyjninn, 2 ftp. gowns n-shoots, 1.2. jilUose-silps, i'4 towo" Militant, 1 l'la'ij.hol' liindoi'B, '4J -T Jir. HOcks, ,''.,' , .Coilnil W.l!,T.Vi.--1 pyj.. :t sbcets. 2''pU)owBlii>!i, ll/owols, 2 bindors, 41 lidkrhlW.; 2 T.'k. Children 'of Man-8 pillowslips!, 22 towels,-19' bdkolifH., 5 T'h, r> M., 'IV Christian Aid-8 pillowslips, 23"tow-o.ls. ti hinder!), 11 handkerchiefs, I sling, 7 T'fi. . \ , iJnalern Star-tl. PyJ� 8 sliebts,. 20 pillowslipa,' titowels,.. 8 flnnnol binders. It), hrtkclifs; r. J.P.C.; Class, of Kwfc-r41*. towels and Untieing on 11 day shirts, 37 pyj. coats, fi .aprons. . ... ,...... . I&iox A id.--J 8 ,pyj.,, 2 _ operating Aowns, 4 �sh%cit*,- 30. pillowslips, 53 lowels, 83 flannel binders, 35' hfikehs., 2;.-imp. slings, 1'sling', 4 pnfm, jackets, i liiT's, 4 largo Hod Cross biijRs. ' , La SftzovClrcto-ft pillowslips, r> ': binders, 22 hMlceliH., !) bed pan; covers, 2' face ulolhs, � M.T. � , > .Major .luck lUiss* chapter PO.D.K. - I pyj., 1 apron, 14 wheels, 4 onovating ttowns".... 98 'pillowslips/112 towels," .3 flan. binders, 24 hdkehfs., 5 T's. RrbekaJis--5. sheets, 12 pillowslips, .24 towels,- '2 'blnde'i'H, li flan.  binders, 38' lulkchfs,. 12 T'h, 2 M.T. St. Auguslin's W. A. - 3 pyj., 7 sheets, 18 pillowslips, 10 ..towels, 1 stretcher cap, G T'h, 2 M.T., 3 pr. socks. St. Cyprian's W,A.-1 shirt.' 4 pyj., 1 pyj. trousers, 3 sheets, (i jiiIlowalips, 42 -towels, llt flap, 'binders,. 1 neii. , jacket, 29 T's, 12 M.T. - - St. Patrick. Aidr-2 pyj., 5 sboets", i 26 ifillowsllpa, A'S 'towels. 2 binders, li * lidkTs , 12 slips?.13 TV, 'altered 21 .ALT. � Sir A\exander Oa(^ Chapter, I.O.D.K. '--I pyJH.', 39 plll')V(tillps,. 20 towels, (i f.an..- bidders;-'24. beliefs.', 7 tttrek&er donatr-d 24 pr, caps. IS T's. .T M.T 8ll"kS. > . Wes^C'y;'AUL^r'5:.pyJs.>;S"sliBetK, 58 n)l-' low.-djps,- 39 towels, 3 binders, 11 flan. bindViB, 1 lidkjsht., (i face cloth's, 23, T's, S'. M.T'. t -�'..-, . ' . . Teachers- and Young Uusinoss Wo- ili'.m.--,'! pyjs.. 2 ,she'.3i9�_2 Jjintlprs, II pillowslips, 27 to�'el3, �Ia'.!. binders, 71 krtklH.. IS TJb,..1B..M.T. Thistle Hewing Cin.b; - ''. s'.iirts, 3. pyj., 7 aprons, 4 she.iis, 2' pillowslips, 21 towels, 12 binders', 1 flag..hinders, 3il lidkfs., S amp. r,lint;j, 30 T'S, 20 .ALT � ; � .� ; .� Women' of'-, ChurQh .of Latter Day S.iints-5- shirts; 8 pyj.; 2 aprons, 2 opr. Kowns. .4' sheets. 12! pillowslips, lowels. 12 binders, ti per. prop, bags, ." pK' Hurgr~stockings, 2,pj\. bed sOeks, !'>!. "Mary W.A.-5 aprons, '2 .;hects, 1M .pUlowslfps..23 tpwels,.13 flan, bind-eug,�,i.l� bed Run. cover, J Burg. I.tilo'okfiibbV 7 'l"s,_u;0 M.T, !.,' . ": ll.ull. BlD(:k^"7 pillowslips, is'iowols, ',)� plaii. hirtder.s.'.rif.M.T..,; 3;pneu..-ja.ekots. Primary (ilass of Latter Day' Saints -53 towels, S hrlkfs., 13 face, cloths. Tenlicostat Mission - 3 sheets, fi pillowslips, (i Lowels, 13 hdkfs., 3 khaki slings." The Sisters Faithful Companions of .(esus^-t pillowslips, 4 lowels. illnli School .GirlH-132 lutkfu., 78 �fa pr. socks. VBnrdctt-I shirt, 2 pyj., 2 aprons, 4 opr. gowns, 1.2 pillowslips, 12 towels, '.' flan, hinders, 12 T's. Commerce-G Shirts,-(!'pyj,., 12 pillowslips, l'2 lowiilH? 12 fla!!.': hinders, 52 hdkfs., 2- amp. slings, (i per. prop, hags, .12 M.T.. 13 pr. socks. CoaldHlo^AVomGn's Institute-S pyl, 12 pillowijHtis, 30 lowels, HI flan.,-binders, 4S-bd'kfs., 2 khaki slings,- 1 pr. s'lirg. stockings, 2i; T's, 41 face -cloths made by, Grades / to'lO, 3 pr. socks, 4 pr. sock.s (per Mrs. #litchell l. '�  Mrs. M. .1.-CJonld (Crystal Lake), 30 towels. * j � Airs. (JorUon Wall. (Crystal Luke) 1. I'.vj., G^lowels, li pillnvslips,. li khaVi triangles. ' -Foremost-X shirts, 14 pyj., 2 aprons. 24 pillowslips, 24 towel's, 12 flan, hinders. 30 hdkfs., (i, khaki triangles, r, kliaki slings, .3 wringers, .13 T's, 10 M.T., 8 pn socks. , llardievil'e-1.0 shirts, -I pyj., 1 apron, 12 pillowslips, 10 towels, 8 binders, 12 flan, hinders, 34.hdkfs., 4 amp. slings, 1 pr. stirg. stockings, 0 wring-on,-, 2 T's, 11 ALT. ' / Sorosls Society, of llysop School-3 shirts, 7vpyj., 6 pillowslips, 1^ towels, ,'J binders, *2l fInn. hinders, 21 hdkfs., 12 'khaki- triauglog, 3 khaki slings, IS T's, 3 pr'. sojt:ks. Mrs. Greene (Kippenville), 6 flan, binders. 24 hdkfs.,' (i M.T.. Magrath Presbyterian Ladies-Aid-1 shirt, fi'pyj.- donated,,2 v.yj., 12 towels, 2 binde-fs3iS.flan. binders, 73 h4JcfB., 2.amp- slings, 11 kit bags, 5 T's, 1 M.T., G pr. socks. Maryrberries. -S shirts. .6.,pyj., 12 towels, (i blnrTers, .12 T's, ll"fla'n. binders, ti khaki slings, 12 per. prop. hags. Millft Hfyfer'. Red Cross-It shirt, S pyj- I-'-pyj. coat., 2 aprons,*int pillowslips, 58 towels, 14 binders,,22 flan, binder's, 7 amp. slings, li per. prop, bags/2 M.T;,.3-pr; socks, 1 pr. socks (per Afrs;, Cole.) Milk River ISethcl Ladies Aid - 2 shirts, 3 pyj., 3 towels, 6 binders, !i flan, binders,. 26 hdkfs. -�' Pakowki-3'ghirts, 2 pyj., 1 pyj. coat, 1 apron, ,12 towels, 6 binders,! pr. bed socks, 13 slings, 12 T's, (j pr. socks. . Spring Coulee-:9 shirts, 3'pyj., 12 Sheets, .12 . .pillowslips, IS towels, 1G flaD. binders, 80 hdkfs., 3 amp. slings. 6 kfiaki.slings, 12 T \s,.6 ALT., 7 pr ^6ck's/; U pr. socks (per MIbb Trei^. holm , donated 25 fomentation puds. St. KiIda-4 shirts, 2 pyj., 1' apron, I! pillowslips, 20 towels, 0 binder:-:, 3 flan, binders, 41 hdkfs, 11 slim'.-.. Mrs. A. j. Uobln.'ion (Purple. Spring:') -0 flan, binders, I pr. sock:;./ Warner- It shirts, 12 pyj., 2 aprons, 7 opr. gown.", 28 pillowslip:;,' 30 1.0v.-ols, ii binders, 8 flan, binder:-', HO lulkl's., (> khaki slings, (i kit l>;igs, I pr. surg. stockings, 10 T's, 24 ALT.. 7 pr. socks. While School Dint.-I shirts, li. pyj., 15 opr. gowni'. 12 pillowslips, :?4 towels, 12 flan, binders, 12 hdkfs., 12 1-2 nr. socks. Mrs. J. Davidson-H.Blreleher imp.-i. 8 opr. gowns, I pr. socks, ", iir;'.;!i:'? gown;: Mrs. AfacHel.ii, ! pyj., J oi'jv. gowns. Mrs. II. Taylor, .13 pyj. Airs. Neve, (i pillowslips. ' Mrs. lil.iekluinie, X PJ'J- Mrs. Ciiscadden. 4 pyj., 12 towels. .Mrs. Hunk 10 shirts. Air::. Dal-rynipli.', 0 pyj. Mrs. Formnn, 2 opr. igowns. Airs, l.lanl, 1 S towels, 0 sheets. Airs, llagerty, l^shirts, 0 pyj., 3 opr. gowns. Mrs. K. C. Harvey, 4 pyj. Mrs. Inman,.2l jiillowslips, ." binders, Mr,;. King. I pyj. Mrs. Lomas, 2 shirl:;. Airs. Lund, I ojir. gowns. Airs. Kick's Olnss oj Soldiers' llelpirrs, 2121 towels, ,1-lL' hdkfs, L'2 flan, binders, 20 binders, 4 opr. gowns, 13 pillowslips. 14 T'sr .Mrs. C. T. Paterson.-I shirts. Mrs. ArcJibold, (1 towels, li pillowslips, 'Mrs. Jus. Heod, 2 stiirls'. \Airs, llaininolid, : .11 binders, 1.3 jiillowslips, 13 towels. Mrs/' Murdock, 42 towels, .13 T's. Mrs. S pauhllng, li opr. gowns. Mrs. 11.' Scott. 1 .opr. gown,- Mrs. Wlirox, 2 pyj. Airs. 11. C. Woslbrook, 13 fUn. binders, 13 T's. 13 M.T. .Mr.-, ll'ames Wesljiroo):, ,!.s lowels. s jdljowsllps. Air.;. Mcljoiijfid. In towels, If pillowslips. .Mrs. li. U. MoUjTesur, 25 lowels, 1; slieets. 12 pillowslips, l^liirt, IS T's. Aliss lUlby Neutce, 3(5 towels, 43 T's. Mrs. Kcid, 4 sheets, 1 face cloth, 3 binders. 13 liflkfs., 3 ALT. Mrs. Richardson, � .12 "nilkfs., ti flan, binders, Mrs. Robertson, 4 flan, binders, 12 hdkfs, (i towelsr Airs. E. B. 'Sldan, 12 towels, 0 flan, binders, Mrs". Rivers, i> aprons. 24 towels, 18 hdkfs. Airs. Layton's Sewing Club, 32 flan, .binders. Airs. Stewart, Sr., 3t> flan, binders. 13 hdkfs. Mrs. Winter*, ft pillowslips, (.1 towels,- Mrs. Watson, 3 opr. gowns. Mrs. A. Wood, li .towels, li _ pillowslips. Mrs. Binning, 3 amp. |sliivgs-, Mrs. Ctirn'.Il, 12 towels, (5 sheets. 1 Airs. Dawson, 1 pyj. Airs. Emmerson, |"(i prop. bags. Airs. Wowan, (i towels, '. 1 apron. Airs. Hawkins. 1 shirt. Mrs. Hall,. 1 pyj. Mrs. Jarnieson, 1 sheet.' Kirs.'KnoAvles, 1 towels,, 2 T's. -ftlrs. ij'^earson, 10 towels, 2 sheets, 5 shirts, 9 pillowslips. Airs. Payne, ti prop, bags. Mrs. .fas. Kcid, 2 shirts.' Mrs. Sharsam, 3 pillowslips, 3 towels. Airs. Skinner, 3 amp.'/slings. Airs..Summer, (i jiillowslips, Wpr. socks.-Mrs. Slar-miek-, I. shirt. Airs. Sleakloy, 1 pyj. Mrs. Whitton, (i pillowslips, 18 T's. Mrs. Westcott, G pillowslips, G towels. Mrs. Waterhouse. 4 towels, 1 sheet. Mrs. Westhrook, 3 aprons. 4 opr. Mrs. Woshbrook, 3 aprons., 3 opr. gowns, 4 sheets, IS jiillowslips, 12 towels.-4 binders. , The following women made lowels -Mrs. Boulton 48, Mrs. Birth' G,. Airs Delay 24, Miss Dainty US, Mrs. Gray .12, Aliss- Johnson 22. Mrs. Jennings 12, Mrs. Long'12, Mrs.J. T. Mctlregof i,.AIrs.. R.ae 18, Airs. Roasiter 24, Mrs. ; :hear.or.X2, Mrs. Aiken -ti, Mrs. Alden THOU8ANHK germans liEGISTEK in N. Y. New York, Pel'. Virtually every iiiiuatnrallzod Gerv.--n in Greater New j York registered i :r ihe enemy alien registration t- -riod' which ended at 10 o'clock Wciii'silsy, it was announced by Unite-! sinli-s Marsha I McCarthy last night. The � "irrected fig-tires show thai. 39,1G4 appeared before tbo-registrars and that all but G2 wero finger printed. , Airs. W. Mrs. Will- ! ii. Airs. Heuson and Mrs. Hunt 43, I Air,-?. Coultry 6, Mr.;. Cornish >, Airs. ' (:.;,y:'.m 0, Airs, )>o�-liiiK �. Mrs. Denton ; 12, V.l* I'uller .12, Airs. .1. Hamilton (i, i.Mrs. Lyde H, Mrs. Ilowarth (i. Airs. ] Hudson G, Mrs. �Harrison 0, Mrs. Lloyd 12, Airs. Logan 12, Mrs. Luclia U, Airs. Lee li, Mrs. Larson 0, Mrs.' McKulty 11, Mrs. Mercer �, Airs. Ma (son (i, Airs. Murray fi, Mrs. Mi l'lioai :,, Mrs. Om-tn*r 0, Mrs. Parson- ii, Airs. Russell G, Miss M. Bell fi, Air.'. Sullivan-7, Mrs. Snieed G, Mrs. Sliarlantl , Mrs. Kitson 7, Mrs. l.illiebridge 0,1 Mrs.iH. Miller G, v.Mrs. Myers li, Airs. I Alockford li, Mrs. I'rillard li, Mrs. It. Sipjljb fi, Mrs. Shivovos 1 Taylor 12, Mrs. Williams 1; ton li. Mrs. Barnes. 4 -> Tfcose making shoe,.: are-Airs. Buss G, Airs. Bowk, i- n, Airs. Flynn (!, Airs, Gawson G, A. Unrr fi, Mrs. MeKcnnon l>, Mrs. Smith li. Mrs. L, Tnlloclt\!. Those hcinining liamlliercliiefs arc- Airs. Ainsworth's Class 31, Mrs. Brlm-ble 18, Mrs. Roy 24. Mrs. Urquhart GO, Airs. Desmond 12, Mr Kelt on 12. Mrs. Webb 8, Mrs. Wallwork S. Other bandages made are-Mrs. Knight 12 T's, 2 M.T. .Mr--. Knowlden 6 ALT. Mrs. O'llagen 12 T's, Miss Ada Miller 24 T'S. Aliss Still 12 T's. Airs. Howard 12 T's. Airs. [lodgins.; 12 A1.T.uts and articles cut is aw-follows-209 pyj., 169 * > * IS NOT COMING OFF London, Feb. LY It, is recalled by Renter's correspondent at British lieiidtpuirler:-' that today is Ihe day fixed by German newspapers las( month for opening of the much advertised German offensive. This morning's report to British headquarters from the liattle-Vront, however, show that ail was quiet, * �> * * f." �> > opr. gowns,- 77 Uhaki  slings. 25 personal prof), bags. 07 surg. stockings, 33 p:ien. jackets, 130 amp. slings. 2 In sheets, 1009 pillowslips. 2511 lulkl's., 931 flan, binders, 2091. lowels. 3011 T's. 22) ALT.: 228 binders. The-pressijff; cominiil.ee report 25^0 article's pressed. A total of ;;8.')5 ar-t.icles';was sent to.the laundry. TlioVre who did tbe-.pfccing of quills are .Mrs': G'abolle, Airs: Kirk, Airs. (Coster, ATrs. itaiicock, Mrs. Adams and matt.ress pads, Mrs. 1-lod'ler, Mrs. Hamil'on. Airs. Pearson Aliss Pedlny, in,charge of the cadota on Saturday mornings, reports Goo. Johnston, Douglas . Robltfon, .Tames Aiassey, Sidiicy Jenks for 4 Saturdays; .lames Dougall, Joseph Johnston; Capper Harrison 3, Fell Bolderson, Harold Powell, 2, and Roswell Tudor,: Jerry Tudor. Harry Sinclair, Roy Harrison, ,.1'ilin Harris, William Hay Lenno* M|.ay, Hugliie Alalion, Ralph Robison A'lljtn .MacKay, Kric Treliving, Fred I ItoMns" and Allan Whitaker 1. The j lioys ef Westminster school in charge i of Airs. Gilmoro distributed the parcels I in North "Lethhridgc. ! Iiui;iug the month $200.05 was re-eeireVi in the rooms-For momhersiiip fe"s $!2n.25, pins $3.50. Donations Sf'l.sj). sale ef quilts and remnants $2!.5o. --ystcimitic giving $20. The Boy Scouts with Mr. .1. J,. Steele as seen I oiast-i' coming to thft. 1 rooms different, evenings during eacfc : week, and with Mrs. W. P. Roy in j-charge are rendering valuable service I do the Red Cross. They sort'and cul j lite cuttings left from 'tbo different ' itcdCross garmeiHs and articles. Thess piece? arc made into quilts, mattress padsland rag rugs, ihe revenue)from which is used in buying material tot ! more Red Gross-supplies. M The Grocer who knows fine Teas, recommends BRAID* BEST PACKED6"' WM.BKAID*C* Its IHPC�^'5 :|'!,!|, tljliji 1 "Morning, Noon ' and Night" 60c, apound in sealed packages. Best tea because he is confident that every customer will enjoy its exquisite delicacy of flavor, and appreciate its unusual strength. SALE Extraordinary Values in Men's and Young Men's We have a large variety of patterns and all are of an excellent quality and workmanship. Exceptionally good values at $1075, 15.65, 19.75 21.50 and 2375 At Less Than Wholesale Cost Plain bluo bib. overalls.-; Only 69 pairs to glerfi-. At per pair, $1.25 : . H1gh'e�t (fraile overalls in plain blue. ,uud biu'e witli white ttlripes. All sizes. Per �pair $1.55 Trunks and ' Suit Cases A liriiited'number of trunks and suit '-'-oases-of'fine-quality, to clear _ At25p.c. Off .  Boys' Knickers ' Kxcellent quality material. Will give good satisfaction. Sizes 28-34 only. Val-' ues- up -to #8.50. To clear at " Per pair, 95c MEN'S OVERCOATS rn.the fact of advancing prices it will pay you to buy your new overcoat now. We have many_patterns and all sizes. At $15.65, $17.50, $19.75 and $25.75 Felt Hats Why pay $4.00 to $5.00 for a felt hat when you can get one here for $1.95 Dress Trousers Only 75 pairs in neat stripes and : many shades. Sizes 32-40. Good values 'at $6.00 and up, per pair $4.35 at a Bargain, Tan shoes, either button ;or' lace. Regular prices up to $7.00. ' Sale price - $4S5 Black lace gunmetal shoes. Regular $6.50 per pair. Men's Sweaters In plain'grey and grey willi fancy trimmings. Jiist a few' left. Selling at $1.95 each Men's Caps 'or winter or spring. Value's- uj !5. Selling for 95c, $1.25NBnd $1.50 Sale price - $4.95 Boys' Boots Working Boots Godd wearing working hoots. Nearly all sizes., While they .last, Per pair, $3.45 Good Everyday Boots v Box kid lilucher. Sale Price, per pair, $3.95 Gunmetal and .box calf leather, �sewn and standard � sewn sole. : Will make a fine 'school boo|. 'Ip, clear at Sizes 11-1 . ........ $2.65 Sires 1V2-5 $3.15 210 FIFTH STREEt SOUTH NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Everyday Pants � - 85 pairs 'only of good quality. Will give oxceUent wear- $3.35 Work Pants per pair.. .. . .; $1.65 and up ;