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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIOHT THK LTTnnWTTXiE DAtLT HERALD, THURSDAY. JANUARY 15, 1920 Military Social Service Work Scne Stones Whiti Indicate the Manner of Service Per- irxmed by .die Salvation Army for Soldiers and Trieir Wives and Hundreds of In- stances of Great Need Discovered and Helped Iho Wai Iba i Army In Canada did. rauca Soc- ial Service Wori among soldiers' fain- >ttc0. When tho men began to ralurn for work of this character txeiuM more urgent. It wilt re- that in order to meet the ware to receive particular altenllon. CHitrlct Enoajed In various cities th8 ordinary of workers was supplemented by com- rades who were engaged as District Visitors. In this wiy many hundreds of in- stances o! great need were discovered and helped through a very difficult ichlng Influence lul UrTiM carried out, ao and zllowances wore cut. ofi. Tho Insunccs or i woman to clcso up her homo aud STd bo dUcoTerert'go to llva with her sister, who was brides not much tetter OIT. as stto had four _ children, and her husband was out of and mitab'.e- action tiien. War On Face, Arms and Hands, Cuticura Heals. htre btd celt ihcum for the nuEt five yocrs. My fice, arms, and out til ovzr In ccity ao thit you cculi put your r.otapatcii. I got so I could nc'- cltcp ct night. "Sscing CutJcum Soap and Oint- ment cdvcrtlscd 1 thought I would gk-oVhcnn a end cftcr rcing a bci cf Cuticura CJr.irr.ent vri'.hthsCu'JburaEcipI was hctltd." KTS, Thonms H6fjnn, Junction, Vt., Dec; Us: for'eveiyHiiy toilet pcrporcs. Btthe sootie vltb Ointment, r'ad lo rprorainena A HAMILTON WITNESS HaroiJlon, few months ago about My strength alt left me, It my tirstillnKW since uchihl. I loitfvve "pounds and felt awfully irciitc aflcnrartl. 1 couW banlly do my work, I was advised tfl iiy Dr. Pierre's Favorite Pra-vripiion in tsHct fnrni. I tried a, couple olUoltlea and Jieforc I iuiciv it, I and strong and lia'l jKJunds. I can rwommrnd Dr. Pierced Favnrilc I'rcwrription in build E. MAUTIX, 397 After siiffwJng paini feeling nervous, vrcat and down by weak-, of her rrcs sunken, black circles and pale a womna ia quickly to liwltli by the Fivorite of Dr. Pierce. Changed, loo, Jnlooks. forattorUkin? Dr- Favor- Prcwription tho skin becomes clear, the hristbter, (lie eljofrks rl'ItnP- H ucrely contains no atcohDi. Mothers! NEVER NEGLECT WHOOPING COUGH Many mothers matoe tlio mistake of thinking thai whooping cough Is not nt "serious importance, lull unfortunately this mistake often leads to the ne- gfcct of this dangerous chilil'a dlS' case. Xcver neglect wlioonitig cough, for H may bo followed by sonio sorlou' lung trouble, Dr. Wood's Xorway Pine Syrup is highly recommended by hiothm tor Ihe relief- of UIJB (rouble. It will clear cloggcd-iip air jiassase o( mucous and phlegm that lias collected and in this way bring on tho "whoop" which brings tho so-much-aouglit-for relief. Mrs. Francis IJurllnghani, NO'.V Gate, C., "This sprlnr; three of my children took tlw whoop. Ing cough, and (liey liad it PO Imd 1 Ihought they wonlil choke. 1 was got- ling pretty worried jny sister wrote me, telling me to try Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. 1 sent for fiomo right away, and, bflicvo ne, I will never lorget how il worked. I will always have it In my iiouss." There arc many Imitations (it Dr. Wood's on tho market, (iet the genii IKO when yon ask for it. It will pay Jn tho end. Put up In a yellow wrap- 3 pino (reee the trade mark: prlcn 25c; and Me. Manufactured only ,Tiy The T. Mllhurn Cn., l.linHorl, better circumstances. Another sad caso discovered was that of R woman whose husband had deserted her. leaving three children In her care. The homo was poorly lur- nished and In a. deplorable condition Groceries anil otlier necessities were Immediately sent in. Tho woman was taken to our Hostel and later on to tho Maternity Hospital, whero she was careii for free of chargo till she was able !o leave. Then the family was sent to live with the woman's mother in the country, and a sufficient amount secured for their maintenance. Reconciliation Effected -Tha next rasa is thai of Tar bride, who met her husband at Whit- ley Camp. Ho sent her lo his people In Canada, but- afterwards took up with another woman. On returning to this country he left a note on the table nna day coolaining sufficient money lo pay his wife's fare back lo England. Xalnrally she refused to go. After considerable search Iho Army investigate- located this man and look steps in compel him to maintain his wife anil three-months-old baby. After being dealt with this man came to see his own meanness and promised to mako amends. A recor.cillallon was effected, and they are living hap- pily together. 'A particularly distressing rase was hat of a woman gratuity bad been hold up. Site was destitute when the children having to stay In boJ for want of clothing. Necessities at once supplied and the matter of the gratuity taken up with the propor authorities. In a few dayi the money waa forthcoming and1 tho fam- ily Is now getting along comfortably. Two Families .in One Two famllies.wero discovered living In one room by a district visitor. There were four adults and fivo chil- Iren p.iid all were In a most depior- ible condition, having r.o food and very little clothing. Both men had been on military service and on their discharge had started up a small busi ness. They could not make it pay, however, ind could 'not secure any other employment. Wo paid the back rent, moved them to better quarters boughl clothing for the children, and assisted the men in gelling work They are now doing well. A fire destroyed the homo of a cer tain family ono night. We bough spmo furniluro and assisted them to move Into another house, The follow Ing dsy the husband arrived unespect edly from overseas. He was unaware of the calamity and was horrified find only a blackened ruin where hi homa had once been. He wonderef what had become of his wife and chll dren, but n neighbor soon allayed hi tears by informing hini thai the Sn1 vation Army was taking care of them The family was soon happily re-unite and all very grateful to tho Army to helping them In their need. Owing (o her husband dying of con sumption, a widow had a long fin tedious struggle, to secure her pen slon. She and her four children su fered great hardships, but at lengl tho Army was Informed of the and help was speedily given. A'lette recently to hand pays: "I have re ceived my pension and I want to than you most sincerely for your past klnt ness in helping me out of my dlftlcu ties." New to the Country Another family was found in Thft mother was new lo the countr and perplcsed about many riolh.cs were provided for tho chiT IlAUt'AX. X. S., Jan. Can- adian was announced last night that a complete agreement had been reached between the United Mine Workers of Spring illll, X. S., and the Dominion Coal company, and that the labors of the conrillatiou board who uavo been arbitrating be- tween the disputants In connection with wfiga scalo matters probably would bo terminaled today when it Is eipectetl that both parlies will sign llio ogreemcul. The board was composed of Jlev. Clarence MacKinuon, chairman; Col. W. K. Thompson, for Ihe company, and J. C. Walters for the men. Clogged-Up Liver Causes Headache It's foolish to suffer from constipation Eick headache uiionoa, indigestion, ind kin- dred ailments when Carler'i Little Llvci Fill, trill end ill misery in few hours. Purely vege- table. Act _________ gently on IJTer and bowels. PR CARTER'SIBOKPILLS.Nature'i great nerve ind blood tonic for Rkevuiba, Ntrraoaca, Sleeplcsaaeu and Female Medical science proves lhat un- healthy gums cause serious ailments. People, suffering from Pyoirhca (a dis- ease of the suffer from other such as rheumatism, anaemia, ncn-ous disorders, or weakened vital organs. These ills have been traced in many caws to the Pyorrhea germs which breed in pockets about the teeth. Four out of five people over forty have Pyorrhea. It begins Vrith tender and bleeding gums. Then the gums recede, the teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must be extracted to rid the system of the infecting Pyorrhea germs. Guard your health and your teeth. Keep Pyorrhea away. Visit your den- list often for toolh and gum inspec- tion, and mafcc daily use of Forhan's For the Gums, Forhan's For the Gums vrill prevent check its progress if used in time, and used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Fcihan's will keep the gums firm and healthy, the teeth while and clean. 35c and 6Cc tubes in Canada and U. S. H your druggist cannot supply you, send if? us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. FORHAN'S, LTD., Mmtnal rtren and help "was given in otiior ways. Tliat tho services o( the Array In this connection are appreciated (hoae na wcU as by those help, tlioro is alnmiiflnt testimony. The j Army continues (o "rnrry on" in great Military Koclnl Service Worl: Ihe lines inilicnlcd above, ami j douht iis bpnc-flcent Htirvice be a] nooenscry factor in solvtns tho social j problems that will confront (ho coun- try, until repatriation la fully estab- lished. FOR THE GUMS Great January Clearance Sale Of High Class Men's Winter Wear Fashion Craft and Hart Schaffner Marx Suits and Overcoats, Cluett, Peabody's "Arrow Brand' Shirts, Florsheim Shoes, Stetson Hats, Wolsey's and Stan field's all wool Underwear and lines of other well known makers This sale is an event and a privilege no man can afford to let slip by, particularly at a time when scarcity of woolens and prices soaring Kigher and Higher. We are ottering Overcoats and Suits of the finest quality at less than it would actually cost to wholesale them. RUSSELL IS A SOCIALIST NOMINEE adian B. Russell unanimously nominated by the local lodge Socialist party of Can- ada last night ihe Sotlalfst candidate for Winnipeg at the next provincial election. No other candidates entered the field against the convicted leader. CONFIRM CAPTURE OF KOLCHAK LONDON, Jan. reports of the capture of Admiral Kol- chak, head of the all.Russian gov- ernment in have confirmed, it Is declared in a Moscow dispatch loday. "SKIN THE CAT" But if you won't exercise I vigorously you must i take "Cascarets." j There Is nothing flkc bending crcises, taking long walks, or chop ping !o keop the liver anrl hr.w els Relive, but trioul folks iakfc tholr exercise In an easy chair. Such folk< need Cascarets, elso Ihcy suffer fron sick hrddache, somv acid e'.omach, In digestion, ooltla nml aro miserable uui non't slay billons or conslipaloil Feel splendid always by taking Cas carets occasionally. They act withou griping or inconvenience. They neve sicken you like Calomel, Halls, Oil o misty, harsh i'llla. They so liltli loo wnrh wfiil'j you sl< Suits and Overcoats FORMERLY NOW Special Lot of Men's Heavy Overcoats FORMERLY NOW Men's Mackinaw Coats FORMERLY NOW Men's Coon Coats First Quality. FORMERLY NOW FORMERLY Dog-Skin Coats NOW Men's Australian Coon Coats FORMERLY NOW Men's Wombat Coats FORMERLY NOW Special Lot of. Fine Shoes, formerly Now Stanfield's All Wool Heavy Ribbed Underwear Combination and 2-piece, per suit FORMERLY NOW Men's Heavy and Light Weight All Weol Sweaters FORMERLY Mfn's AH Wool VeaU FORMERLY NOW Men's All Wool Muf Hers Assorted colors, extra long. FORMERLY NOW Hudson Seal For Caps FORMERLY NOW Russian Rat Fur Caps FORMERLY NOW Knox Velour Hats FORMERLY NOW Stetson Hats FORMERLY NOW Florsheim Shoes FORMERLY NOW 516-50 fine Shirts FORMERLY NOW Flannel Shirts FORMERLY NOW Mfn's Fine Dress Gloves FORMERLY NOW JK 75 1 V Men's Work Gloves Milts FORMERLY NOW flies Sale Starts Tomorrow LOUIS KEEL Friday, Jan 16th W Shop of Fashion Craft Clolhes Oliver Block, 318 Fifth Street ;