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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tr^SOAY. JANUARY 15. 1018 THE LETHfcmnGE IVr a visit wifh the;r son, I ,ioul. .N'orria titolttto, vvlui i.s in (raining enrp there. � # i* Mr. Goorgo Dixon, of i,"lhhrld^\ i* J.� the Hly visiting, his mother. Mrs. Dixon, who has been ill. and who is the guest of Mr. and Mr::. W. H. Ileal. -Calgary Albert an. � * * Lieut.-Col, \V. ,1. Hon! I.?y, of riarnJa, Onl , brother-in-law of S. J. Shrpherd, this eity, has been mrido a nwrnhf-r of tii(s Order of the Uritiah Km;/ini, fur distinguished pervieGH in the war. *. * 1 f i 77tere will be hundreds of new BARGAINS on the sale table tomorrow, so shop early on Wednesday morning CROSS Tho Red Cross Society of Foremost Is sotting a pace in Red Cross work which other societies m'ght try to emulate. . At their recent business meeting, Mrs. M. CJ. White .was elected chairman and Mrs. ..H. L. Shaver secretary-treasurer for the ensuing year. The society decided to divide itself into five groups, each headed by a captain, for the purpose of sewing ' *> for tho Red Cross each week. In th.'s way they hope to greatly increase their amount of work. The captains appointed were Mrs. A. I). Medhurst, Mrs. J. Green, Mrs. G. L. Schitinour, Mrs. B. Donoghuo and Mrs. W. Edwards. The members of this society who are helping ho splendidly in this great work are,fully realizing the magnitude of the task the Red dross is performing in Us labor .of mercy in saving tho lives of the wounded. v v *� A �� a. % ? ? > ? JOS. TYRELL HONORED v v ? - t J Dread Operation ? AVE you from day to day. days growing into months and months Into years, put off your visit to the dentiat simply because you could not summon up your courage to submit to what you honestly believed would be an ordeal beyond your powers of endurance? Then cast all your fears aside, come to our offices today, and let us demonstrate the fact that DJWTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. And wo do not ask you to accept our unsupported word for tliis statement. You are at liberty to question any of our patients, and on their testimony we know you will decide to entrust us with your work. r h Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK v Toronto, Jan. 15. - Joseph Hurr Tyrell, B.M.A.. B.S.O., F. G.S., mining engineer of this city, has been awarded tho Murcheson Medal by the Geological Society of London, England, according to a cablegram received here. Mr. Tyrell, who is one of Canada's foremost geologists, explorers and mining engineers, is at present in England. He has spent many years in exploration work in Alaska and Hudson's Bay with wonderful results. He Is the author of "Across the sub-Arctics ot Cau-aaa." ? FOR MAYOR, FERNIE The Next-of-Kin will hold theii meeting in the Moose Hal!, Higinboth-am block on Friday evening at 7.30. Mrs. Frazer, who lias been a guest of Mrs. Pennefather tire past week, returned to her homo in Macleod today.    Mrs. F. Hamilton Mewburn and Mrs. Hastings Mewburn, who have been in England for the past year, have left for Canada. * * * The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Hyssop, $Q4 Kith St. N., on Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross sewing. � *  AH the ladies of Wesley church are cordially invited to meet with the ladies' aid" tomorrow.afternoon at three o'clock in the church.parlor. The hostesses will be Mrs, Ball and Mrs. M. P. jJohnston. j *j Lively Contest is Looked Far-Women Have the Vote v ? WAft MENU FOR WEDNESDAY This Year Bran a 4 *> * HON Five members of the Local Council of Women are watting on Mayor Handle and the city council this afternoon relative to the morality of the city as intimated In their letter to the council some time ago asking for an interview to take up questions relating to public dances and the employment of girls in restaurants. The Herald understands that one ot the demands they are prepared to present is that the city employ one lady policeman with all the powers conferred on other members of the force. F - �. *!-� RATIFY THE 0. Important Auction Sale 4 Next Wednesday, January 1 fif K AT TWO O'CLOCK P.M. PROMPT " AT THE HAYR HARDWARE COMPANY FIFTH STREET SOUTH FRANK WADDINGTON Will Sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve: ^ fJrnnite ware; copper bottom boilers; tinware of every description; carpenter tools, including planes, saws, brace and bits; gas stoves; building paper; tar paper and roofing paper; long handled shovels; round nosed spades; digging spades; logging chains; clftvisep; whtpplo trcea; Stephen's paints in quarts and gallon cans, all color; bam paints; shingle stains; axle grease; lubricating oi!�; turpentine; nuts and bolts in lotn to suit purchasers; builder's furnishings; ;md an immense amount of smaller items of general utility to, farmers, builders and contractors and the general public. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. la.-President J. Hayes, of the United Mine Workers of America, in reviewing the activities of tho union at the biennial convention of the union today purged the delegates to ratify the wage agreements entered into at Washington with the bituminous and anthracite operators and sanctioned by the federal government. The agreements now in effect call for increases in wages and extend the present contracts two years, from April 1, 1918. "We must remember," said President Hayes, "that we have secured very substantial wage advances during the last year and that there have been few, if any, industries in the country that have fared as well as ours in tho matter of increased wages." The report reviews the litigation in which tho union is involved, particularly the West Virginia case, wherein the organizers of the United Mine Workers of America are enjoined from soliciting employees of a coal company to become members of the organization. The supreme court of the United States sustained the injunction. The report says: "Decisions of this character are calculated, it not designed, to destroy our organization and return coal-mining conditions to the chaotic state that once prevailed; and we have the right, in tho name of our patriotic ser- (Speclal to the Herald) Femle, Jan. 14.-Nominations were made today for city officers for the year. Three candidates were put in the running for mayor: Mayor Uphill, renominated, George B. Thomson, and J. E. Marshara. For aldermen there were eleven names put up from which to choose the half dozen men to serve; they were: R. Dudley, Wm. Jackson, Thomas M. Beck and K. Brooks, of the old council, and Wm. Dicken, \Vm| Robichaud, E. Rutledge, R. H. Mc&wan, D. Aulton, Wm. Hunter and Aubrey Snow. For police commissioners there are tour candidates from whom to select two to serve. They are: A. L. Carr, R. Dudley, Wm. Ramsay and Wm. Jackson. There are three vacancies to fill on the school tioard and four names were placed in nomination: .1. S. Irvine, Fred Johnson, Win. Lancaster and Wm. Ramsay. The election takes place on Thursday next and there promises to be quite a lively contest. Under the new franchise act in this province, ladies are entitled to vote and several names have been-added to the voter's list. Kf-ficient enforcement of the prohibition act will be one of the chief issues ot the campaign, and much depends upon the personnel of the police commission board as well as upon the mayor, as to any change in the administration of the act. Breakfast: Oatmeal Porridge, Toast, Marmalade, Tea or Coffee. Dinner: Muttou Stew, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Oatmeal Griddle Cakes, � Syrup. * ) Supper: Scalloped Potatoes, Bread, Stewed Prunes, Tea. The recipes for Oatmeal Griddle Cakes and Bran Bread, mentioned above, are as follows: Oatmeal Griddle Cakes-1 cup milk, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon melted fat, 1% cups cooked oatmeal, Vz cup flour, % teaspoon salt, 4 teaspoons baking powder. Combine the milk, beaten egg and melted fat. Beat this into the cooked oatmeal. Add the flour, salt and baking powder which have been, sifted together. Bake on a hot greased griddle. Bran Bread-2 yeast cakes, 2 cups milk, scalded and cooled, 1 cup lukewarm water, CUP molasses, 7 cups flour, 5 cups bran, 4 tablespoons butter substitute, 2 teaspoons salt. Dissolve the yeast in the lukewarm water and milk. Add molasses and four cups slftetLflour. Beat well. Add the bran, lard or butter, salt and the balance of the flour, or enough to make a dough that can be handled. Knead well, cover, and let rise until double in bulk. Divide into loaves and place in greased pans. Let rise until double in bulk and bake in a moderate oven. A very good-sized crowd attended tho tea given by the Sir Alexander flail chapter l.O.U.K. at the Veterans club on Saturday. Mrs. Pennefather and Mrs. Ball were in charge assisted by Mrs. W. H. Marrs. Mioses Adeline Henderson, Dorothy Marr.i and Muriel Johnson. The executive of the I.O.D. K. entertained the out-of-town performers in the "Kvenlng of Dance mid Song," -the tea table being presided over by Mrs. Ritchie and Mrs. Robinson. During the afternoon Mis. Wad-dington and son Geoff provided a very enjoyable musical program.  �  The annual meeting of Dominion Hcbekah Lodge No. 41, was held on Thursday, Jan. loth, when the following officers were installed for the ensuing term: P.O., Sister O. Moe; X. C, Sister M. Maxwell; V.G., Sister Carter; Roc-Sec. Sister K. Donald; Fin.-Sec, Sister K. Prosser; Treat;., Sister ]. Munro; Warden, Sister C. McKenzie; Con., Sister Ronewarn; 0. G, Dro. E. Theobald; I.e., Sister K, Munro; R.S.N.G., Sister A. Smith; L. fS.N.G., Sister I. Theobald: R.S.V.C... Sister S. Malson; L.S.V.G., Sister licit!; Chaplain. Sh-tcr F. Smith; Pianist, Sister M. Smith. M c KIX XO X-M A S S O X Winnipeg Fress Press: A quiet wedding took place at Knox church on Monday evening, when McNeil Mc-Kinnon, of Claresholni. was united in marriage to Miss Madge Massou, ol j this city. Miss Jessie Masson acted [ as bricsmaid, while -Mr. James Mc-I Robbie supported the groom. The ' bride wore her travelling suit, and carried a lovely bouquet of roses and carnations. After the ceremony dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvinnon left on the morning train for Calgary and points west. After the honeymoon they will take up their residence at Claresholni. which stimulate the liver, regulate the flow of bile, sweeten the stomach, and renew healthy bowel action. A household remedy approved by sixty years of public service. For every-day illnesses* Beecham's I "ills tested L&rgeit Si*1*s of Any Medicine in the WorM. Sold everywhere. In hoxvB, 25c* \ 117 and i1 k"<, wli"ii the annual provincial prohibit r\i foil�,.'!'� "ou ivllj be held in Mus.--y Hall. rreparaliou of plans for the campaign to be conducted previous to'tho reiVronrlum in June. 191!*, when the people will be called upon to retain or repeal tho liquor r;"!f?ulatinns already established in the province, is thy primary object of ttie convention. From twelve to fifteen hundred rb'lo.uites are expected to attend. i.Tpeakini; to tho Canadian Trenti Limiiftl. [Jen 11. :Sponce, secretary oC th'; Ontario branch of the Dominion .Alliance, said that the convention would be held under very peculiar (ond'Aionu, inasiunch as prohibition r has boon in force for over a year and tho people have been watching tho test with great interest. "We face the fact that the law calls for a vote regarding the retention or tho repealing of the regulations already i'KtahllHhed," ho said, "and plans for progressive campaigns will have to bo made. The recent measure put through by tho government is only ;l war measure, so that two great pro-, vincial and national campaigns have to be looked forward to. "The year just closed has been one of the most successful since the prohibition movement got under way," concluded 31 r. Spencc, Morning and afternoon sessions will be held at the convention and mnsn meetings in the evening. Among the notable temperance workers to bo present will bo. Dr. Perley A. Baker. national superintendent of the anti-saloon league of America. OF ONTARIO 7"orpnto, Jan. 15.-Whai will be in alt probability the greatest gathering of Ontario prohibitionists and teui-.peranoe workers ever held in the province will take place on February 26, i** 1 * a- r - -V - , � vM* WEEK trust act and other federal statutes are set aside to permit the formation of exporting trusts and similar pools, some of it by administrative action and some by express congressional law3. It seems, however, to be declared an open season by the federal judiciary for hunting labor unions, and this convention should not adjourn without taking some decisive steps for laying before congress the situation raised by these decisions and of securing legislative assurance against their repetition.'' i 1 .--4 YOU'RE LIVER AND Don't Stay Headachy, Constipated, Sick, With Bad Breath and Stomach Sour. f Here are two more Suggestions r indicating the Bargains Offered Oversh Get a 10'cent box now. You men and (women who can't get feeling right-who have headache, coated tongue, bad taate and foul breath, dUfcinesa, can't sleep, are bilious, nervous and upset, bothered with ft sick, gassy, disordered stomach or have a bad cold/ Are you keeping your bowels clean with C as carets or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic puis or castor oil? Cascarets work while you sleep; cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested fermenting food and foul gases; tako the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poison In the bowels. 1 buck'e, all sizes I Sizes 9 to 13 i TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE . X Cascaret will straighten you out vice to the country as well as our by morning-a 10-csnt box from any economic welfare to protest against | drug store will keep yoUr stomach these revolutionary decisions and to sweet; Hver and--bowels regular, and .nsist if tins bo the law of the courts head clear for months. Don't forget that it shall be corrected by legisla- the children. They love Cascarets bo- , -i . I" I c*w�e to6* Uste |ood-never gripe "in this orisla the Sherman anti-! slcksa.-Advertiseuient, 4 The Foot Toggery Sherlock Building 65 ;