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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t 1 . - h If-.. Pi r it THURSDAY JANUARY 21, ISIS THE LETHBRIDGr: DAILY HERALD PAGE NINK PDWER BILL -Arthur Hen-of the Brit Mi at the British Nottingham, Jan. 24.-derson, former member war cabinet, announced labor conference here today that no I had received a letter from Premier Llcyd George saying that the views of the labor' executive had been carefully considered, but that fn consc-' ^ubnee of the urgency of the problem ' ana on the advice of the military ex ports it was irapotssible to comply with ; the executive's request and that the ' government would proceed with the "man power" bfii. The Labor Men's Demand* Nottingham^ Jan. 24.-While con- ! Cemning the votes cast In the house ' of commons on some occasions by George N. Barnes and other membera i of the Labor party, the Labor confer-1 ence today by a large majority shelved a resolution demanding-, the withdrawal of the labor members from the cabinet. Arthur Henderson, former member of the war cabinet, appealed- to the conference ni>t to pass the resolution. He said it would' break Up the government and delay peace. Personally he would never again belong to the government, he asserted, unless the Labor party was predominant. The request of the labor executive was that the government suspend consideration of the man-power bill by the1 house of. commons until after the labor conference here, so that the members of the Labor party In the ^house of- commons would be participate in the discussion measure. Red Gross Drive Makes Very Satisfactory Progress .p. - i i J tot r ROYAL YEAST jMiow- flannel able, ^o of the V New York, Jan. 24.-rTo promote tinlty between America and her European allies during the war aniHowsltps, 12 towels, 9 binders, 17 handkerchiefs, 5 flannel binders, 24 t's, 17 M.T.. Christian-4 pillowslips, 1 towel, 6 bed pan covers. -Thistle Sewing Circle-5 day shirts, f� pyjamas, 4 aprons, 24 pillowslips, VA towels, 12 binders, 6 flannel binders, 12 handkerchiefs, 30 slingi, 2 M.T. ' Kippenville-6 Jp.t. , Women of Latter Day Saints-9 day shirts, 10 pyjamas, 4 aprons, 2 sheets. 9 binders, 36 handkerchiefs, 12 bed pan covers, 6 kit bags, 6 housewives. St. Mary-3 6^y shirts, 4 pyjamas, 2 aprons, 12 towels, 4 binders, 6 flannel binders, 12 Blings. * � G. F\ Club--5 day shirts, 5 pyjamas, 2 aprons, 4 sheets, 18 pillowslips, 12 towels, 6 binders, 10 flannel binders, 66 hdkfs, 4 amp slings, 2 pair surg. Stockings, 8 M.T. : Mrs. Hammond-18 pillowslipE, 12 towels, G binders, 3 amp slings, G khaftl alings,' r Mrs. McBeth-4 pyjamas, 2 operating gowns; Mrs. Taylor-4 pyjamas. Sorosis Society of Hyssop School-^ 3 pillowslips, 1 towel 3 binders, 5 t"s. Mrs. Gordon Watt, of Crystal Lake- 4 pyjamas, 2 aprons, 6 pillowslips, 6 towels, 1 pair socks. Foremost-14 day shirts. 4 pyjamas 12 pillowslipB, 12 towels, 3 binders, 1^: slings, 6 khaki slings, 3 pair surgical stockings, 2 pair socks. Hardieville-5 day shirts, 1 pyjamas, 6 towels, 6 slings, 1 M.T. Magrath Presbyterian Ladies' Aid- 9 day shirts, 3 pyjamas, 12 pillowslips 6 towels, 15 binders, 33 flannel binders, 37 hdkfs., 2 amp. slings, 12 khaki slings, 6 property bags, 14 M.T,, 1 pair socks. Milk River-Red Cross5-4 day shirtif. 2 pyjamas, 1 pyjama trouser, 91 towels, 4 binders, 12 flannel binders, 12 bed pan-covers, 11 t's, 17 M.T. , Warner-6 day shirts, 5 pyjamas, 6 pillowslips, 12 towels, 6 binders, 12 slings, 2 pair socks. , ' Mrs. Tudor of New-Dayton-4 pyjamas, 4 aprons, 6 binders, 12 pillowslips, 12 slings. Spring Coulee-4 pyjamas, 6 pillowslips, 6 towels, 6  binders, 6 flannel binders, 18 M/r., 1 pair socks. White School District-12 pillowv slips, 12 binders, 14 M.T.. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong-18 pillowslips. , . Mrs. BIackburae=r-4 pyjamas, Mrs Cascadden, 1 -pyjamas; Mrs. Benson and Mrs.-Hunt 24 towels; Mrs. Dunk, | 19 day shirts; Mrs. Cowgill 27 pillow-: slips, 9 binders, 6 towels. Mrs. Pick's' Class of Soldier's Help era-240 towels, 20 pillowslips,. 3�r hdkfs., 24 binders, 2 flannel binders, 7 t's.' Mrs. Gray 13 towels, Mrs. Harrison fi binders, 12 pillowslips; Mrs. Howes 9 day shirts, 10 pyjamas, 88 towels, 1 operating gown; Mrs. Hagerty 3 day shirts, 12 pyjamas, Mrs. Jenlts 6 towels; Mrs. Lillye 4 wash cloths; MisV Ruby Neutcp 12.towels* 30 t's; Mm. H. C. Ott, 1 day shirt; Mrs. J. A. Pear-rion; 10 day shirts; Mrs. C. T. Pater-�m 1 day shirt; Mrs. James Reed 4 yjamas; Mrs. Rivers 2 aprons; Mrs Spaulding 9 day shirts, 2 operating gowns; Wednesday Sewing Club (pe. Mrs. Layton) 8 flannel binders; Mrs' E. B. Sloan; 6 pillowslips, 6 towels Mrs. Stewart, Sr., 12 flannel binders; Mrs. Wilcox, 2 pyjamas; Mrs. TaylO; 24 binders, 12 pllowslips; Mrs. Mut doch 9 t's, 1 M.T. The number of pairs of socks is at' Collows: Mrs. D. A. Simpson 2, Mrs. *Vy. P. Roy 1, Mrs. J. B/ Ross 1, Mrs. Collins 1, Mrs. Crocker 1, Mrs, Peat ij Mrs. McCiure 3, Mrs. Patterson 2, Wrs Summer 2, MrB. James Horn '6/'Mrs Cope 2, Mrs. Patching 1, Mrs, Red mond 1, Mrs. J. Young 4, Mrs. J. Jone; I, Mrs. Hagc 1, Mrs. Prosser 2, Mis J. Gibson 3, Mrs. C. *E, Cameron 1 Mrs. Jone3 1 pair amputation socks Mrs. Wellington 1, tyrs. W. L. Mc Kenzie 1, Mrs. F. P. Shepherd 3, Mar Copeland 1, Mrs. J. P. Ross 1, Miss 1 \ M. Young 1, Mrs. Johnston 1, Mis* Nimmons 1, Mrs. A. P. Rose ltT Tori; School 5 pr, No name 5 pair socks 19 T's, 1 M.T. The pieces for quilts and mattres; covers were stitched together by Mrr Leifh, Mrs..Harrison, Mrs. Hodder. In the finishing department On Wet nesdays 224; articles were oompleteu The Pressing Committee reportJi2�l articles pressed. There were 1+71 r J + The Red Cross drive is bringing results in the way of cash and pledges which are cp^s'dercd very satisfactory by the committee in charge of the campaign.-. Chairman Parker stated to the Herald this morning that up till last night only Hix teams had re- ported, turning in '-ash and pledge: amounting to $5,748.50. There are seven teams which have not reported as yet. The. mlties have not boon canvassed and as the Pathetic Fund is now removed it 1b expectod that a healtby contribution will be received from the minors. The campaign will not he- restricted to throe days, says Mr. Parker, but wiii go on till the whole city is'"thor-oughly canvassed. &o far only a percentage of the business d'strict has been touched, and the whole residential district remains. Teams are requested to report each evening at thi headquarters, I). VI. Harris' offices in the MacDonald Block. ve I'laa Severe Attack Pneumonia Pte. Penrcy Dice; Wounds of * 1  fo rn ve r v PHONE T2Z4 I Gunner Ken. P. Stewart, princ pal of Central rlfbooJ lously !1I with puoumunia in Krnnc" according to a it;^ m^o rereivod by the f;unily here fhis mornin;:. Ill illness developed on Sirnlny "i.v--i. (Jur ner Stewart wont, a^rosn v/i'h :he tW("i vvv.mI Pi the city that Pte. Jno. pcarry. No. fT'I 4"-had f:vrtimh; : La v/.;u,;ds at No. 1! P!o!d Ambuhinrc on .P'.nuriry l!)l> Shrapnel penetrated his V Good Dentistry Does Hot Exist in the Realm of Bargains. + The standard high-grade materials which we employ cannot be bought for lesa." Neither can wo cheapen our work unless wo do so at the expense of the proper thno which must be spent on each patient. Slop-dash, hurry-up have no place in our practice, interests of the patient is our sideration. methods The best first con- R. SWIFT, M. C. 1 1 L'eut. Robert G., Swift, M. C, ar-� ved In Lethbr'dge today on his re-'irn^from the front, bearing the scars f war and also his decoration won on he field of battle. '�Bob" says ho is delighted to get back to Lethbridge, nid is surprised to see it looking sc prosperous. He expects to take up his ves'deuce here once more. Lieut. Swift .left two years ago with the 13th Mounted, and has been through some nf the Ijotteat f'.ghting of the war with 'he Canadians. DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT' IS A GENTLE ART. L . Brunei", Richards and Nelson Ott 61k, 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EiGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK rtfefes sent to the laundry. The number of pyjamas cut is as'fol-s: Mrs. Minor nnd Mrs. Ferguson Mrs. Push 11. Mrs. Urquhart, Mrs. Monile and Mrs. Nc^sjh 53, Mrs. Ter-rlU, Mrs. Gray and Mrs. Robertson 18. vhe day eh'rts were Mrs. Raymond ind Mrs. Phinney 27, Mrs. Braithwaite '.'2. Mrs. Fairley IT nurses' aprons. Mrs. McQuIre, Mrs. George, Mrs. Harman, Mrs. Kellnstg, Mrs. McLaugh-'an, Mrs. Manson. Mrt. Martin, assist-d by Kathrine Hessey in folding, cut c9 eheef!�. 3^tfi pirowslipB, 393 towels, 227 flannel blntjere. Mrs. Rea nnd Trs, Lendrie 64 operating gown?;. Mrs Hea-B pins $1, donation from Art Need-work Club $125, sale ot quilts $11, .yetematic gtvir-3 13. f ms. W. P. HICKS, fittpt. ot Rooms. THE KING Wha will not sing, God Save the King Shall nans as high's the steeple, But while wo sinp God Sav-j the King We'll ne'er forget the people. Burns,  t �rv - LIEUT. R. G.-eWIFT J59tb Anniversary BANK CLEARINGS This Last week year v ? ? * * - * .$716,074 . 715,186 on-FHday tkxt, Jan. 25th AT 8.3 THE NEXT OF KIN ASSOCIATION ARK HOLDING [Bill WILL BE HELD AT THE K. OF P. HALL ON TUESDAY EVENING Dec. 29 h Dancing from 9 until 2 COSTUMES MAY .BE OBTAINED AT NEIDIG'S STORE, HULL BLOCK Butler's Famous Vulcai Orchestra IN ATTENDANCE . Admission: I :� i Dan AT THE VETERANS' CLUB A Guid Feed A Guid Scotch Reel Tickcis 50c And Scotland drew her pipe and blew, "Up Willie waur them a' man." -Burns. _ / + _ L 1 07641 ;