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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, KKBIUARY 2.1, 1918 TMB LRTH B R IDGR F * A TLY f IK RALDf PAGE SEVEN Hits Motor Van For Children Valentine Dance-Red Cross Work !(i:iy alter spending the winter in Call-! L'orniii. � . Art Hopkins our popular auctioneer lias just returned after an extended vlKlt to California. Georgie hMwards after - recovering from an nttnek of pneumonia contract, ed pleurisy last* week and had to undergo an operation Sunday evening last. ;\ specialist from Calgary performed Uio operation. We are pleased to report that the operation was successful. Mr, Taylor lias bought out Harry M;i hod'a dray business The Champion^ consolidated school district No, 40, "met on Saturday, Feb. 1 (J. Several nmUera ot interest were cfireHilJy considered. The intermediate department during the past few months litis beer, growing to such an extent that an additional toucher "Was considered imperative. Miss McLaughlin of Calgary lias been engaged to take charge of the higher grades of (he intermediate department. Miss Clohessey. principal for the time being will be obliged to utilize the hall and office for tho high school pupils. The secretary was requested to write the department to secure permission to dispose of the two country schools or move them into town so as (From Our Own CovroHpntnlnnt) Champion, Feb. 1M.-The last Red Cross work meeting was held at the home of Mrs, J. Harper. Sewing Red Cross garments and knitting socks for our soldiers was the order of the day. A number of women who are not able to attend the weekly sewing session vnry regularly are enlisting in the knit, ting circle and doing splendid work in this connection. A junior department has been inaugurated by the president whereby the boys and girls of the community are enabled to do their bit for the Red Cross society. The lot'ttl branch is still in need of two or three machines. The Ladies'Mo use them temporarily for school pur- Aid meets at teh home of Mrs. George Stoddard on Thursday afternoon next. Institute Valentine Dance The Institute's Valentine dance last Thursday was a. huge success from every point of view. Much credit is due the ladies for-their practical management and artistic taste by way :)f pesos. It. was' also decided that the district go-Into, tills consolidation on tiie basis o-l" the now district, assuming ail liabilities of all the three old districts as of January l, 1JU8, and taking over all assets from the same date. The transportation question was then discussed njiHo freely resulting in Haycroft School a Loss-Farm Sold Near Town-Other Ne ws decorations. Tho music supplied by j the board accepting a contract with the Champion orchestra was excellent, i C. H. Roberts to convey the pupils* One and all report a jolly good time. Kvangelist Barton arrived in Champion Friday and started in his cam-p;1 ign same evening. The musical progrom provided Uy Mrs. Simons was a rare treat. Mr. Barton preached a fine sermon on "The Mysterious Finger." ' v Interest in the Red and Blue contest! still increases. The Blues brought in seven new pupils last Sunday. This places the Blues ahead by two. Sam Ulrich returned last Wednos- from flarwani and Sherwood districts in motor vans fitted up with every modern eon v en ic n ce for the com f ort and safety of the children, at a fee of $150 1)0" month for district. Champion is the first consolidated school in the province to make use of the motor van for this purpose. It shows that the newly elected trustee ("From Our own Corroflpntirlont) Bow Island, Keb. 22.-Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather a large number were present at the whist drive and musicalo given by the local Bed Cross society in the 1.0.0.1''. hall last Thursday evening. Much credit is due the entertaining committee of the society for their excellent work, in preparing the delightful program. Airs. \V. A. Batcnuin and Mrs. J. H. Paterson and Mr. Wilfred Henderson delighted the audience with several well rendered song3 which won for them persistent applause. Masters Johnny Uushworth and Jimmy Stewart recited several recitations with splendid emphasis and were loudly applauded. After the whist drive tho following prizes were awarded: First prisso, ladies, Mrs. V. \V. Brown. Gentleman, A. Dulmago. Consilation, ladies, Mrs. O. C. Orick. Gentleman, Mr. Kleutschc. Before serving refreshments an auCtion was held of donated articles, Mr. Bailing buying the pedestal. The occasion was thoroughly enjoyed and additional satisfaction was expressed when it was made known that the sum of $-11.-10 was available for the fund of the Red Cross society. Mr. W. T2. Shwama of Vancouver was a visitor here on Wednesday. Messrs. Held, Stewart, Stone and 13. Thompson are attending the bonspiel Dale Set For Dedication* Services-Red Cross Work Being Done board is composed of ^nen of enteral in Lethbridge this week. prise and far sightedness. Men who are desirous of establishing au up-to-date efficient school system. \% ROBUST CHILDREN Give the growing children food that you know will build up muscle, bone and tissue-that will supply the energy to make them active as children should be. Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes is just that kind of food-rich in bone and muscle- making proteins-beefsteak. Rich more so also in than milk or heat-producing carbo-hydrates which enable complete and easy digestion. � * 5 Bring easily digested, Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes are fully assimilated. They make tlie ideal three-times-a-day food, not only for children-but also for grown-ups. i Said only in tiie original red, white and green package. TOASTED LICENSED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER UNDER NUMBER 2-055 ONLY MADE IN CANADA. BY The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co Head Office and Factory: London, Ont. Limited Est'd 1906 14 THE OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE - TORONTO IST'D 1B73 Money Orders and Drafts are issued by this Bank payable in all parts of the world. J. G. SCOTT, Manager,  G. F. BLETCHER, Manager, * -D. A. CURRIE, Accountant-in-Charge, 13th St. North. 4th Avenue Soulh. - !-!� Independent iOIevator here placed ;� R�-d Truss box iu [lie elevator durinj.; the threshing season so that the i rs rould do-mite some of their Kurplii - win-at lu a good c;iuse. So snr-f...-!'-:! was thb that the sum of $55.1*7 lias h'-en turned over to the Red (.'ros:.-; funds. The branch here tenders 1 other day it was decided to purrli:: a sowing machine for the Use of th  sewing circle. It was also decided tn ' nr. Ferguson; Prayer of thanksgiving. Intercession, Hymn, LomlicLon and National Anthem. In the evening i! is expected that the Rev. Mr. Burns of Lethbridge will be present to take the service. On Ihe Monday evening a social will be held a good program of music etc.. has been arranged and light refreshment* will be s Tvod by the members of the Ladies' Aid. Tho chairman being Mr. C. H. Nobhv The second Sunday services will also be of a special character, and exchange of minis-Tfirs being arranged for. To all the service.1* the session and board extend a hearty invitation who live In tho village and surrounding' districts. Mr. (I S. Noble paid a abort business visit to Calgary this week. New Garage Work has been proceeding on the erection of the new garage this week and it is soon expected to be in going order again. The gas pump and tank lias also been moved to it's new location. The committee of the K.P.'fl are put. ting on a dance every week if possible and the first of those was held last night. A good company being oat. The draying business here which has been run for some time .by Green and Spoeh was sold this week to II. Sherer. It, is also understood that Mr. Sherer has bought out. tho Hunt.dray line as well. Rev. J. A. Leslie was in Lethbridge Tuesday and Wednesday attending the Presbytery meeting's. \V. S. IJalgloisU and family moved here last weekend from Carmangay. J. T. Harper of Champion was a business visitor here last Monday. Red Cross Meeting The usual weekly meeting of the Rod Cross society was held at the home of Mrs. Buebanan on Wednesday last, 11 Indies being present and ti Inrgo amount of work was completed. The ladies of this district are very enthusiastic over the work of the Red Cross and are to bo congratulated upon their splendid showing. Airs. Swailos reported that permission had bean granted to tho Red Cross by the church managers for use of one of the church basement rooms for their meet* lugs?. It is now being fitted up and the ladies will meet there after the opening of the church. Next week's meeting will be hold at-Mrs. Buchanan's and all the ladies of the district are invited to come, whether members or not, and get interested in this good work. The following is a copy of a letter received by the president, Mrs, Leslie, from a prisonm* of war. Gresaen, Allomague, Dear Friend: - ,Just a post card in answer to your letter of September 21 at. I cannot express my feeling towards you women and the good work you are doing, but I can assure you us boys here appreciate our parcels. I have just received six so will be alright for Christmas tomorrow. J am yours respectfully, W. U. BARRON. south of town was burned doWn. Women's Institute Tho regular monthly meeting of the Women's Institute h'*id on Saturday afternoon was larg-ey attended and thoroughly enjoyed by all present. The program was thoroughly enjoyable and a large amount of work was accomplished for the ReiLCrop's society. The local, institute is to he represented at the convention being held the first week of March in Kdnmmon by Mrs. K. C. Ludtke and Mrs. Albert Whitney. Members are requested to be present at tho next meeting b'dng hold on March 16th, when an interesting program fwill be presented. "Mr. Suitmester returned on Thursday from a trip to Victoria, R.C. .Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith returned yesterday a Per a visit with relatives in Lethbridge. Miss Smith, the pop Mar school teacher of the south country, has accepted the position of teachm- of the Bar rj school for the coming term. Dr. Langrass has rented the farm known as the Page unu for the coming year. In Memoriam-Mrs. Adams On Thursday there passed out. from under the condition of things physical the sdul of one of our bravest and most popular citizens. Mrs. Adams who has been staying'with her daughter, Mrs.' MaoVVilliams Inr the past few years has a large circle of friends. Her genial disposition and wonderful affection drew all who knew her to her �with closest bonds of affection. Her unwavering faith and firm courage w e r e a source of i n s p i r a ti o n an ct strength to all her friends. Although she has suffered greatly by her physical- weakness site was always brave of heart and unmurmuring. Family service will he held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. MacWilliams today at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. MacWilliams will accompany the remains to the States where burial will take place. T 1 Try This? All Dandruff Disappears and Hair Stops Coming Out, Surely try u "Danderine Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a clotli with Danderine and draw it carefully through your hair, taking cmc small strand at n time; this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any. excessive oil-in a few minutes you will be amazed/Your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant and possess an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance. Besides beautifying the hair, one ap- The sale of Air. J. \V. Hurd at his plication of Danderine dissolves every was j particle of dandruff; invi farm on Wednesday afternoon w largely attended and high" "prices prevailed, one team being sohbfor $1135. Social Event An enjoyable social event among the junior set took place on Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Hurlbut, Hebcr street, where a large number of young people spent a delightful evening. The party took the form of a bridal shower in compliment, to Miss Nettie Spence whose marriage to Mr. Charles Fowler took place Jn* Medicine Hat this week. The popular bride-elect found herself surrounded by a large circle of friends who bestowed many beautiful gifts upon her. The evening was pleasantly spent at cards and music. Before the guests departed a dainty luncheon was served by the hostess. Miss llamm, who has been visiting her parents, has returned to her school in the Taber district. Mr. Arthur >L Springle has purchased a new Overland. Mr. and Mrs. Art Garrison of Sunny-1 vale have moved into town to resid'o. Mrs. Fred Henderson who has been the guest of her (laughter, Mrs. J. N. j Henderson, Lethbridge, for the past 11 days returned home on Tuesday. Mr. Mike Harrington and family, who are at present visiting in the Stales expect to return to this district at an early date as they have rented the farm of Mr. E. B. Louks, northeast of town. School Burned On Wednesday the Haycroft school rr a invigorates the scalp, stopping 'itching and i'allin hair. Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It go^s right to the roots invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimulating and life-producing properties cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. You surely can have pretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you' will just get a small bottle of Knowl- ion's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter and try-it as directed. -Advertisement. Every year from Coasumption, trillions could liavo been aaved if only common sense prevention had been used in tho first stago. if YOU ARE a SufTeror from Aathma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Tlourisy, Weak ^unss, Cougi! aEd Colds-all Di* cases leading up to Consumption-* Tuberculosis, YOU ARE interested in Dr. Strandgard'e T. B. Medicine. ;V7rito for Testimonials and Booklet. PE. STRANDGABD'S MEDICINE 00, 203-^5 Yonge Street, Toronto. as tender and sincere as the heart of old Ireland itself is the musical range of the remarkable Columbia Records for March. And of course the place of honor goes to two gems of Irish vocal art-just to hear them alone is to realize how indispensable is the cheer and inspiration that good music brings us in these unquiet times. A6007 12-inch $1.50 i J DEAR LITTLE SHAMROCK and I'LL SING THEE SONGS OF ARABY,* Vernon Stiles, tenor with orchestra \ \ Chicago SympAony Orchettra** Matter!y Interpretation of a Fa mourn Opera. JEWELS OF THE MADONNA (In-termezzo) (Act III) (Wolf-Ferrari) * Sli! J1- PRAELUDIUM (Jamefelt) 2. THE BEE (Schubert-Stock)Chicago Sy m-pihony Orchestra. Under the direction of Frederick A. Stock, conductor A2453 10-inch 85c THERE'S ANOTHER ANGEL NOW IN OLD KILLARNEY, Sam Ash, tenor with orchestra. THAT'S WHY I LOVE YOU AND CALL YOU MACHREE. J.Malachy White, tenor with orchestra. 12-inch $1.50 _ * Two Columbia Stellar Qaartettm Scintillating Production*. Al Joim * a Dixie A2478 10-inch S5c is right up front in and Negro Jama Hit, TM ALL BOUND ROUND WITH THE MASON DIXON LINE. Al Jolson, comedian with orcheatra.*. "jDARKTOWN STRUTTERS BALL. I Collins and Harlan, baritone and \ tenor duet, with orchestra. A2463 10-inch 85c A6015 12-inch $1.50/ HOME SWsEET HOME and SANTA LUCIA (Neapolitan Boat Song), Columbia Stellar Quartette unaccompanied. /CARRY ME BACK TO OLD VIB-GINNY, and  MASS A* 3 IN tTE COLD, COLD GROUND, Lucy Gates, soprano and Stellar-Quartette with orchestra. Arthur Fi el da in "Over There" ting* a war �ong with the da�h and �nap of a bayonet charge. I A2470 1,0-inch -t 85c OVER THERE. Arthur Fields, baritone with orchestra SEND ME A CURL, Charles Harrison, tenor with orchestra. A2471 10-inch 8&c /THERE IS A GREEN HILL OUT IN FLANDERS(Fiynn) Campbell and Burr, tenor duet with orchestra. THAT'S A MOTHER'S LIBERTY LOAN, Greek Evans baritone with or-\ cheatra. \ Old'time favorites-and an Irishman with a yellow parrot-sentiment plug a miles in "Whispering Hope", and "Hearts and Flowers", Taylor Trio, 'The Mocking Bird", and "Goodbye Sweetheart, tioodbye", George Stehl, Violin Solo, with Orchestra; and the Iriahiama, "In a Bird Store" and "Towser is Dead", comedy sketches by Golden and Heins. Charles Harrison in "The Sunshine of Your Smile"; Seagle in two subtly elusive negro spiritual songs; Spanish Orchestra; Hawaiian guitar duets ; new dances and children's records, complete a rare ensemble of 71 numbers-which you may now hear at any Columbia dealer's. Columbia Grafonola Price $100 New Columbia Record* on tale the 20th of every month. COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY, TORONTO Columbia Grafc Send toms record* to your soldier. There ia a Columbia Grafonola, in his Y. Af. C. or Knight* nf Columbu* Hut. las and Records 76 KENNY ALLIN CO., LIMITED Next Dallas Hotel The Drug-Book Store Ph one 1487 77 ;