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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i nr. n^rHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .OIL Annual Report Shows a Busy Year and a Successful One Canlston. Feb. 25.-The good effort? o� the ladies who from the local chap-1 ter of the Daughters of t!io Empire | are well known and yet your cor- ( respondent believes th.it outside their! own members few realize how much j good they have accomplished espeo-1 ially for the soldier hoys overseas I and their dependents who are here with us. However in presenting thoir annual report the' ladies through their regent. .Airs. V. V. Christie, have sought also to express their hearty appreciation of the citizens of the com- j munity who have responded readily' to their appeals in the cause they represent. Each year has added to the usefulness the capacity aud the members of this organization and the future shows the need of all such efforts for kindliness �and aid due to the great war. As will be noted from the report given below these ladies have sought to interest our school children in the work of providing comforts for the soldiers overseas. There is ii large item expended for wool used in knitting. To aid this fund they are giving on Friday evening, March 1st. a "War Supper." to be served at the court house from six to eight o'clock p.m., and all are invited to be present. There will be as additional attractions "fortune telling booths" and also an informal dance folowing later in the evening. The success of. all their previous efforts presages a big attendance and a good time for all who are present. Their report is herewith appended and noeds no commendation as to the good work performed. The Report The Hampshire Chapter has just completed a very successful year. | Commencing with 22 members, two have joined during the year. Eleven regular, one special, and five executive meetings have been held during the year. The chapter has suffered heavily in the moving away of our energetic members viz. Mrs. Wakeley, Mrs. Mcintosh, Mrs. Gooding and Miss Keith who was the year in the Calendar club, and whose place has been filled by Miss Thomson. A brief report o� the various activities which follows, will give an idea of the work which has been successfully undertaken by the chapter. To the Red Cross 102 pairs of socks, many of^them knitted by the school children, have been given and forwarded overseas by the Red Cross as sold ers' comforts. Fifteen dollars a month is given for the filling of comfort bags. Further donations of cash bring our "sum for the Red Ctoss to $350.00. The following means have been taken to provide money for carrying on the work of the chapter: Membership fees J1.00 per annum, tag days, tens, whist drives, dances, and the Calendar club .which consists of one year, 12 months, fifty-two weeks, each paying one cent a day. or $3.65 a year. The school children have recently given in' the neighborhood of $25 in gum and chocolate bar, to be used in parcels to go forward shortly to the boys overseas who went from this district. The chapter has contributed to the following:-Educational, public school library. $15 and school prizes to the,! value of $10. We have paid out for | charity and relief, the sum of $72 to local parties. $50.00 to the Cauadian "War Contingent Fund, $100 for Hali-- fax relief, $100 for a Victory Bond. We gave a reception to returned veterans and presented war clasps to three members who had lost friends at the front. This ehapfer was represented at the nmial meeting in Victoria in May by Mrs. W. D. Spence. The Officers The officers for the new year are Unchanged for regent, secretary-treasurer, and standard bearer. First vice-regent-Mrs. John Holmes. Second vice-regent-Mrs. Ed. Ivans. Echoes secretary-Mrs. S. Jones. Educational secretary-Miss Pickup. Financial Report Disbursed- Belief..................5 72.00 Red Cross............35o!uO Haijfax Relief........... 100.00 School Library............ 35'15 p'ano................... 77;50 Victory Loan............ S9 H Chairs.................. 22.50 Wool and Needles......... 76.50 Badges and Pins ............ 5,15 Paid National Chapter ...... y.50 canadian selected _____tl London. Feb. 27.--Lieut. Col, A. L. t'rltiiil'ey, commanding the Canadian tv;h'.iing school, has been selected by the imperial nir service to com-maud the training school for cadets for the flying corps. Imperial officers dri'lniv the Canadian school is admirable, especially in its system of discipline. FOR GETTING LICENSE '. Ottawa, Feb. 27.-haii.ida food board has extended from March I to .March] 1 !�"> tho ttimi within which bakers us-j ; infi five barrels ot flour or more a : > .> OARD OF TRADE month for the manufacture of broad.! cake or other bakery products far: sale must obtain a license frcm the' ,food he.ml. j t This will enable bakers to ulilire' :\>ur other thfui sutulard fiour up till1 �March 1,",. The transportation situ.i-1 ) tion and the dJiiiculty of ensuring that : I nil bakers would have sufficient sup I .plies of standard 'lour by March 1 is' I the ro-.ison for'the extension of time, j ! Makers having stocks of other than j 1 the standard flour which will not be [ j exhausted before March i.'i arc ml-  ; vised to communicate with the Who.it; ; Kxpon Ccaipany, .Montreal, which is ! prepared to take it off their hands. 1 N. Y. TO WASH'TON Washington, Feb. 27. - Airplane mall service between New York and Washington will be in dally operation beginning April 15, the. post office department announced today.' The eioht machines will be furnished by the war department. By arrangement between Postmaster Gen. Burleson and Secretary of War Baker, \ an aeriai postal service will be conducted for one year as part of the aviation training system of the army. The machines will be piloted by army fliers. I GERMAN claims __ i Berlin, eb. 27.-After a great many ' I �violent dueis in the ftir on the western The board of tr.ide held a regular I front on Tuesday, says today's war of-meetiiig in [lie hoard rooms-on i'ues-j fice statement, the Germans brought day afternoon. At tiiis meeting Johnt down fifteen, entente uirplanes and Home and B. B. Hoyt o! the whole-{three captive balloons, sale section made a preliminary report 0:1 the conference between the railways and the wholesalers in Calgary over freight classification No. 17. A detailed report wilt he made Inter. The resolution passed by the an- j nual meeting asking for uniformity in j provincial legislation in the western provinces has been received by C. W. j Cross, attorney general .uid he wrote the board to say that he was taking the matter up with the preuuier and the cabinet. The Winnipeg board wrote stating that the Manitoba government already has appointed a commission to enquire into this important matter. The post office department wrote stating that as the cost of a night mail service to the north would cost $3*30 per annum it would be impossible to instal such a service at this time. President Maruoch reported that the commission of conservation had agreed to undertake the cost of printing the report of the water conference here last June, and this will shortly be available. The board of trade annual report is now on the press and will be distributed to members in book form within a couple of weeks. Letter to Mr. Cotterell The council unanimously endorsed the following letter which is beins sent to C. A. Cotterell. superintendent of the C.P.R. Lethbridge division who is being transferred to Medicine Hat: 'The council of tie Lethbridge board IN MISERY ,,, FOB YEARS Mrs. Courtney Tell* How She Was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkh&m's Vegetable Compound. Oskaloosa, Iowa.-"Foryears I was simply in misery from a weakness and awful pains-a n d nothing seemed to do me any good. A friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I did so and got relief right away. I can certainly recommend this valuable medicine to other women who suffer, for it has done such good wotk for me and I know it will help others if they will give it a fair trial." -Mrs. Lizzie Courtney, 108 Sth Ave., West, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Why will women drag along from day to day-, vear in ar.d year but, suffering , eucb misery aa did Mrs. Courtney, when of. trade learns with regret that you are | such letters as this are continually being STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT. APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh at, W. Calgary, Alberta. WEDNESDAY, FEBIIUAKY 27, 1018 CO-OPERATION -NEEDED BETWEEN CHURCHES Victoria, B.C., Feb. 27.-That the church must adapt Its methods to the condition* that pro-mi! and that some kind at e'o-operation between Presbyterians and Methodists was urgently required In the matter of mission work throughout llrlt-ish Columbia was the feolliiK of the Presbytery of Victoria nt the upeiilMg session of its seinl-aunu:: mooting held bore UsL night. : : �> > :>!> >">*�> Mas3- The result possible railway service; and Residence fil'J. Office hours: 11 to *3 a>ta.; 1.30 to 3^30; 7.to 8 pja^____ 1)1(7'~fAVLO~R--"Earr Kye7"No�e and Throat; 115 Shorlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evening* by appointment. Phonos: Office 3*1; lt�� Idenco 693. �rTp7"vv. tuLlkk; �hy8IoTaH and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, room* 6 to 4. Office hour*: 11 to 1� a.m.; 1.30 to S.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.80 p.ut. Plionea: Otfic* 780; Reiidenea 420, Bit. J, K. UOViStlNO. Physical and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. O If ice and residence, 612 3rd Ave. south. Hour* 11-12, and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 29G-0 DIt. G. W. LEECH, M.D, O.M., Physi-vdim and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phone 889. Resilience 1111 6th Avenue. Plioae 10D7. OHIco hc-.irs: 11 to 1".15; 1.30 to S.Ovl; 7 to 8; SundayB: 1.30 to 8.00. DOCTOR MAHTIUNY-At Canlston. Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office in the Wood and Woolf Block. Phone Day and Night 136. Ollico nUo in Cardaton Pharmacy, rhque day 3. Zii-� DENTAL WiTiTXGlMbN-PET?fiifnBRAl> uate or Royal College of Dental Surgeon* Toronto and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Otflco: rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. Phona 1071. OUT L. T._ALLEN-DBNTIST. (8UC-ceiBor to Dn. CourUce k QtlchrUtl. Graduate of Univeraity ot Maryland. Roonca 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phon* U65, Lethbridge, AUa. DHS. MARRS ANU MARR8-DBNT-lHts. Successor* to Dru. Stewart and McCIure. Hour* 9 to 5. Of Oca: Hi*--Inbolhnm Block. Phone 874. UNDERTAKING T. S. PETTERLY, LEADING FUNER-al director and licensed embajmer, motor or horse driven hearse*. Parlor*, opposite Court House. Office phon. 5til, residence pbaao 117*. Open day and night. UK. hi. Q. 8IMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College of Sur-geona. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.8, J9C0. Hours 9-12; 1-6. Office CS HIg-Inbotham Block. Phon* 1618. . iili. T. W. '~1, A'ia. i Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd Bt East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and Ho.iae Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary 6elioo1 ' '__Board 274-24 AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley aud L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhere in the province. The best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. 1 For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours tor business, LeV ALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. UNRESERVED Auction Sale OF Registered SCOTCH SHORTHORN HEIFERS & BULLS AT FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE On Wednesday, Mar. 6 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP All pure bred stock. Pedigrees guaranteed. Ages from 10 months to 2 yearii. FARMERS DON'T MISS THIS SALE. THIS IS ALL SELECTED STOCK. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. pearce & SHINE, Owner*, Bru��el�, Ont. W. EMERY, PAINTING; tJSCORAT. ing, p"aper Hanging, Kalsomining, etc. Best materials only used for ill work. Estimates willingly given. 936 �th 8treet 8. Phone 338. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH A SMITH-HYRUM SMITH urn! June B. Smith.-It you ar� sick �cd want to retrain health, tak* spinal adjustment* and gat well Office In residence, 903 7tli Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hour*\ 9.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. � MUSIC MISS AILEBN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupil* entered tor the examination* of tho Hoy�l Academy and Boyal College of Music, London. En., i**t yaar wera *ucce*�tuL Studio, G23 9th Street South. MItS. W. if. JOHNSON-TEACHEK ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ton year*' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, acale ladder, modulating board, etc Studio I2K 6th Ave. A. South. DANCING LESSONS MfSS GLADS AT TREE-Classes ami private lemons for adults and children at Y. M. C. A., Lethbridge. every Thursday and Friday. Phone 1695. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 ACCOUNTANT8 Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REIO AND PATERSON Chartered Accountant*, Audit*, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., 6. Lethbridge PAINTING AND PAPEHHANGING - We are competent to do all kinds at painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on coun-try school and churches. Lowest estimates. Largest stock of wall paper in city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. ft. Brown, 313 (ith Ave. A. 8. Phono 720. in Lethbridge 20 years. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED- 1 CAN LOCATU water for you. Charge* reasonable T. L. Davie*. N'obleford. 97-0 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransfcrCa Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Cittf* PHONES Offle* ........... ���> Stable*.......... 1M4 _ 8PIRELLA CORSETIERE ~ ALL LADIES OF LETHBHIDGK and vicinity call upon nie to be meiiHttr-ed for Spirella corsets. $3.50 and up. Brasslerres, blouse extenders, children's wrfista, etc. Perfect fit, Stays guaranteed. 1214 Stli Ave. south. Phone 562. Mrs. F. A. Parser, EYES TESTED J. m HENDERSON - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult .Cases a Specialty Office �tt Wright's Jewellery Stoic h-..ur* 10 tc 12 a in 2 to 5 CLEANING AND OYEINQ L�> DO NT jr-^a c-r- FORGET PL *TME , WAR VETERAN j WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please noliFy J. R. OLIVER board OF trade J. F. RITCHIE SECY VETERANS' CL THK VALET-SPECIALISTS ~ IS French Dry Cleaning, Our proces* eliminate* danger of injnry to garment*. Only the highest chu* work turned out No dyeing. Immediate atention Is given tccountry order*. S24 6th Htreet South. Phone 1811. LOO~SARI-cTeaiitng, Pr��slng^ "if* pairing and alteration* well done at reasonable pricos. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street South. Phone 634,___261-30 LE15 WING, the Taflofi Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High clan work st lowest price*. Delivery tree. 113 7th St S. Phona 1019. 286-2� ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McELfEA. ASSOC. A. I. K. El., Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes u specialty of wiring country homes and installing lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work. 1264 4tii Ave. S. Phona lbSS. ' | ANU Al I W.L. UB j �HON� NDS OF BLKO THICAL WORK. McKenzie & Co. M7 711 Srd Av�. 8. ;