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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ YHURSpATj. JANUARY ^j. tglf; THE LETHBRlDGii DAILY-HERALD PAGE NINK ^1 NottinRham, Jati; 24.-Arthur Hon-dqrsoi], totMtsT Dicmbor ot tho BrUUli war cAbinet, announced at the British labor contoronco horo today that ,tte { tand received a letter from Premier Lloyd aeorce laying that the views of the labor executive had boon carefully GonHldorcd, but that (nconac-'i 4^ulpnco of the urgehcy of the, problem � and on the adVtce ot the military ex- ^ prepare public ottinion for,a leafeife of nations after the war is �won, is "the iiiirpose hi luVltntions etteiided through Ambassador Page to eminent . British statesmon and churchmen to ' come to the United States for a speaking tour ot Its principal cities, the national .committee of the church- and tho moral aims of.the war announced hera tonight. Herbert Asqultb, former premier; Bishop Gore, Viscount Bry.ge, Viscount Grey, Arthur Henderson, tho labor leader, and George Adam Smith are among, those whose services 'the committee will endeavor to secure.. KNOXM OlMBER REPOH! RED CROSS WORK Owing to the holiday season this month tho amount of sowing done lb the lied Cross rooms wkr much less than that of the previous month. But, ; as this report shows with ^he splendid Work done by the auxiliaries out-of-town, there Is a fair total of articles made during December. As a result of the recent liouse-to-lpousQ canvass for workers, it Is Sloped that. the amount of work will be at least doubl- .;�?�?� f jk: The following la the December re-fport of Red Cross work: Bnptlst-C pillowslips, 3 towels, 12 bedpan covers" 2 T's. Ventral W. C. T. U.t-1 pyjamas, 8 iilllowslipa, C tortela, .18 handkerchiefs 12 bod pan covers, G flannel binders, � 5\T's.; , Ettstirn' star-1 pyjamas, 6 V'fow-sUps, 12 towels, 1 binder, 4 flannel !ilndor.B, 10 T's. .l.O.C. Class-17 towels, 1 T, and buttons sewed on 6 day shirts. KnoA-^6 pyjanms, 1 pyjama cost, 22 pillowslips, 17 towels, 4 binders, 9 handkerchiefs, 1 bed pati cover, 2 flannel � binders. . \A Seize Clrcre-12 Red Cross Drive Makes Very^ Satisfactory Progress tK* Bed Cross drlvo l� bringing results In the war ot caRh and pledges which are cqj|�;dnred very sutlstac-,tory by the commfttoo fn charge of tho campaign.-, Chaliman Parker stated to th� Heralfl thl.s niomlnR that up till In^t night iinly hIx teams hftd reported, turniiik In msh and pledge;: amcjubtlng to |5,748.50. There arc seven teams which liavo not reported as yet. The. mlHes liavc not boon can-vassad and as the Patriotic Fund Is � _^^Lv^i.-- now removed it Is expoctod that a healthy contribution will be received from the miners. The campaign will not bn rostrlotod to three days, saj-s Mr. ParkfT, but will Ko on tin the whole city Is thoroughly canvassed. So far only a percentage ot the buslncfis d strict has boon trtuohed, and the whole roalden-tlal district remains. Teams arc re-qqosted to report each nvcnlnf; at, tho beadrjuartera, D. K. Harris' offices In the MacDonald Block. ' KP VERY ILL 1^ PULM GROCER TELLS FAfcTS TO . LETHBRIDQE PEOPLE "I hftd been overworking tor years and my stomach gave out. I had no appetite iknd'what, I. ate �ouncd-aod formed gos. Nothing helped until I tried bucktborn burk, glycerine, etc., na nil-xod in Adler-1-Ua; ONE SPOONFUL astonished njo wUh Its quick,action." Because Ad}er-i-ka flushes: the BNTIRB bowel tract completely It 'relieves A'^iV CASE sour stomach, gas or constipation and prevents appendicitis. The INSTANT actlou Is sur-p'HslnB.--J. D. Rlginbothaiii & Co.; Ltd.," (Inissiijts.-Advertisementt. If Abs(^ately-Safe It is ciajrified and pasteurized. Knox church annual naeetlng which was presided ove? by Rev. W. V. Burns, was h^ld last night and the reports" presented sho>�?ed ,the. organian-ti'on In a flourishing condition. During tho year between $9,000 and |10,- 000 were raised by all branches ot the church organiiatlpn., The,, following reports wore"presented: Junior Mission Band by. Miss Christine >}elson, show'ng�Hiaverage of 30 members In ftttendaneev and a jSub^crlptlon ot 120 to the Korean hospitals. .Senior, Mlss'on Band by'Miss Dor-bthy^tuffordshawln'g ;1T enrolled and $9.60 collected. '  - � . J. O. C. class by'Miss Frances Porter, secretary. "This Is |he' first class ot this International organization to be formed in Canada. A 925 acbolar-ship was granted Robertson colle'tce during the year. There are 27 members In the class. , Chinese class by Mtta Glenella Hardy with an attendant pf seven. Big Sisters (Class with' 42 members, by M. Winter, secretary. During the year the claaa ralised %%% ot which $50 was voted to the Bed Cross. Biff Brothers C|ask by J. R. Van Haarlem, secretary. :Thl8 class raised $57.76 during the year. Knox Sunday school report was presented by Secretary B. U.. Rylands, showing an a>verage attendance at 168 with 221 aa the ..year's record. The school raised $4qo during the year and has a balance ot $73.22. Knox W. M. S, report was presented by Mrs. A. M- Fisher. An, overage attendance ot 27 >�a8 raitorled and $332 raised. � � Knox LAdles Aid report presented by Mrs. R. R. Davidson, secretary shows 124 members enrolled. -During the year $808.91 was raised. Parcels were's^nt'to all Knox, boys in khaki at Chrlstmaa. Th? treasurer's statement presented by R. P. Wallace showed $7,335 raised by general fimds; with a balance at the end ot }ho year of $101. Manager'a Statelnent The board of managers statement was presented by R. R. Davidson chairman and d; Donald. Secretary. The report contained a paragraph drawing attention to the.death in ac tlon ot two valued metiibers of the congregatSon: Majors. A. B. Stafford and Alvin^ Ripley at the front, and of A.M. Mnrsljfill, here. The session report was presented by.Seoretary J. R. Oliver, showing' a mnmberahip ot 480 In the congrega tlon. ' , Knox Choir report was presented by W. P. Spalding, secretary. Mention was made bt, the MuS'caV Festival at Edmonton where the choir won the Intermediate competition, tiie male quar tette won first- and Misses Simm and Hazel won gbid naedals^ The choU*' membership Is 26.  ' Officers elected for the year were: Treasurer, R, P, Wallace; envelope secretary, B; Ainsworth! congregational secretory. J. G. l^obertson; manag- 1 ers. O. T. Lathrop; Geo. B. Mankay, L. W. Clarke, p. poilald, H. P, Mor-Bon, E. M. Cofsop and Cbas. McClen-aghan. 0 pillowslips handkerchiefs. MajAr .Iac\: Ross Chapter 1. O.- D. E. -8 pyjamas, 47 pillowslips, 37, towels, IB bed pan covers, 2 dressing gowns, 17 slings. 3 T's. nobekahs-2 pyjamas, 14 pillowslips, 18 towels, 3 binders, 6 T's, 3 M.T. St. Augustine-9 pillowslips, 12 towels. ,  St. Cyprian-3 pyjamas, 1 sheet, 20 towels, 1 binder. 8 flannel binders, 2 pair socks, 13 T's, 6 M.T. Sir Alexander Gait Chapter T.O.D.E. -1 pyjamas, 2 pyjama trousers, 14 pillowslips, 24 towels. It bed pan covers, 5 flannel binders, 3 T's, 1 M.T. Wesley-1 pyjamas, 2 piUoWslips. 15 towels, 3 operating gowns, 2' face cloths. J Teacher? and Young Business Women-S pyjamas, Gsii'llowsllpB, 12 tbw-els, 9 binders, 17 handkerchiefs, 5 flannel binders, 24 T's, 17 M.T., Christian-4 pillowslips, 1 towej. 6 bed pan covers. -Thistle Sewing Circle-5 day shirts, pyjamas, 4 aprons, 24 pillowslips, "4 towels, 12 binders, 6 flannel binders, IS handkerchiefs, 30 slings, 2 M.T. ' KlppenvUle-6 il.T. . Women ot Latter Day Saints-9 day shirts, 10 pyjamas, 4 aprons, 2 aheets, 9 bindprs, 36 bandkerchleta, 12'bed pan covers, 6 kit bags, 6 housewives.* St. Mary-3 ^y shirts.. 4 pyjamas, 2 aprons, 12 towels, 4 binders, pwel8, 6 binders, 10 flannel binders, 66 hdkts, 4 amp slings, 2 pair surg. flockings, 8 M.T. Mrs. Hammond-18 pillowslips, 12 towels, C binders, 3 amp slluga, 0 khalh eiihgs.' , r Mrs. McBeth-4 pyjamas, 2 operating gowns'. J Mrs. Taylor-4 pyjamas.  � Sorosis Society ot Hyssop Schoolr- 3 ptllowslips, 1 towel 3 binders. T's. >� M^B, Gor^Jon Watt, of Crystal I^ake-rr i 4 pyjamas, 2 aprons, 8 plUowiillps, 6| towels, 1 pair socks.. Foremost-14 day shirts, 4 pyjamas 12 pillow8llp8,'12 towels, 3 binders, allngs, 6 khaki slings, 3 pair aurgtcal stockings, 2 pair socks. : Hardlevllle-5 day shirts, 1 pyjamas, 6 towels, 6 slings, 1 M.T. .. Magrnth Presbyterian Ladles' Aid- !) day shirts, 3 pyjamas, 12 pillowslips ^ towels, 15 binders, 33 flannel bind-, ers, 37 hdkts., 2 amp. slings, IS Khalil slings, 6 property bogs, 14 M.T;; t pair socks. ; Milk River'Red Crosi*-4 day shlrt#, 2 pyjamas, 1 pyjama trouser, 91 towelt, 4 binders, 12 flannel binders, 12 bed jrfn'Covers, 11 T's, 17 M.T. ; Warner-6 day shirts, 5 pyjamaa,  pillowslips, 12 towels, 6 binders, 12 slings. 2 pair socks. , ' Mrs. Tudor of NewiDayton-4 pyjamas, 4, aprons. 6 binderi; 12 pillow^ slips. 12 sllUgi. Spring Coulee-4 pyjamas, 6 pl)]|Q�-slips, 6 towels; 6 ' binders. 6 Ilan'nel binders, 18 MiT., 1 pair socks. �yVhlte School ,DiBtrictr-12 pillow-.! �lips, 12 binders, 14 M.T.i i ii; � Mrs. W. J.. Armstrong-18 pIlWw-�iips. . . \ ,, y-: . Mrs. -BlackbMrne=-4 pyjamas, ,;MV.' 11. McLciraii'l of Lelhhr!.?.?;!-. '  Wi.rd lias al.-o I'l'On ro.ro'v.;!! in llio city that Pte, J:io, Pearry, No, X,'". 'had kv'xnmb-;! to \v.)u,ida at .N'o, II Fio'.d Anilnilanro nn .I;inur\ry lli'li Shrapnel penetrated liis (.li(?s-t niu! j lie was unable to roRover. The ileriUl ':hn,3 been uimb'e to locate any of the relatives ot this soldier hero. Save Food In a time needing food , economy many people are not getting ail the nourishment tlicy migiit from tiieir food. It is not iiow mucii you eat, but iiow mucVi you assim-. ilate, tiiat does you good,. The Addition of a small teaspoonful of Bovril to the diet aa n pepto^cnie before tnccis leads to more thorouj^h diglett-ion and assimilation and thus sayes food, for you need less. Mrs. Sydney i Jackson leaves loda: tor Vancouve.r to vlalt Mrs. E. A Sharman. The Prothooji girls are asked not to forget the rehearsal tomorrow'night at 7.45. ' Please bring in any finished work. , amp Mf�. W. J. Cafcphell of 18th St. N. and son'Jlmmle,' left this morning for Victoria, where they will rcma.n for several months. '�f:-f>- *  , The exf^lVe of the Next-oMCln. are rem nded to qieet Friday afternoon at 2.30 at the Veteran's Club, to arrange tor the refreshments for the dance. Mrs. W. Showers and Mrs. H. O. O^lkes have returned homo from Re-gina, where Mrs. Showers organized a new lodge of the, ladiea society of the B. ot L. F. aiid �].,'and inspected the oriEanlZBtians ht 'Medicine Hat and Moose Jaw. I^onard Kane, of Leth bridge. Is in St. Thomaa, tor a short stay. He was called home on account ot the critical condition of his father, Robert Kane, who underwent a serious opera-Uon at Windsor hospital the other day. Mf. Kane, sr.. la now reported progressing favorably;-St. Thomas Times. �  , '  The Major Jack Ross chapter I. O. Dr. Latferty returned this morning rom a month's visit in Chicago.    The regular monthly meeting of the women's branch of the lied Cross will bo held Friday. Feb. Ist at 3 p.m. in the Red dross rooms,  *'  ' A special meeting ot the Nursing Mission board will be hold tomorrow (Friday) atiernoon at 3.30 at the homo ot Mrs. Robinson, 8th St.'S. Mrs..Lily Sage Jones has resigned her- pos.'tlpn as book-keeper with tho Singer Manufacturing Co. of Calgary to accept a position in the same cap-'fity with the Motor Sales Ltd,, of this city.   The manibers ot the O. K. S. are requested to. meet at the Red Cross i-ooin.s ;tor ,sewlng tomorrow afternoon. % lar'fp attendance is hoped for as the need; (ort fled Ccoss workers is very urgent aiw: ' The ladies ot St, Patricks have received, letters ot grateful acknowledgement of X^s parcels from the followiair men at the front: Spr. M-. J. Ward. Sent: Thomaa V. Ward and Capt. L. M. Johnstone. , ,    j The menibers ot the ei^ecntlve of the local council ot women, are requested !o meet promptly at 3 o'clock in the V. M. C. A. auditorium on Saturday, O. JB. wish to thank the following for January 26th. The aniwal meeting of ^kn n# aK..Irc ,t^^^^. ______,1 %___t__nor. ..1.'___ T, the knitting of aocks, five doren of which have already been sent to the British sailors' overseas: Mrs. Joseph Davidson. 14 pairs; Mrs. C. H. Wake-len, 5; Mrs. DeViber, 2; Mrs. Carr, 3; Mrs., and the Misses Cameron,  12; Mrs. W. S. Scott,'5; Mrs. Brewer, 2; Mrs. Brown Pipes, 1; Mrs. John Home 2; Mrs. MItchelli 2; Mrs. Bartlo, 6; Mrs. C^nyl^eara, 11', Miss Chlsholnji. the couiull begins at 3.30 sharp. It is hoped that a large number ot members ot the affiliated aocitles as well as. the appointed delegates, wyi be present; Bach society and thy convenor ot each standing commUtee is expected to present a short report of the year's work. The Whist. Drive and Dance beld teacjier, In separdte school, 5; Teresa I nnder the auspices of the Sons ot Eng-Lacy, 2; Thelma Rlvlngton, 2; Lucille; land and the Eia'ughters and Maids of Kelly 1; Vera McLeod. 1; the Com-munltyof the Fal|hful Companions of Jesul, ,'  '�  WAR MENU FOR FRIDAY. Breaitfaat Cornmeal porridge ^OBSt Tea or Cdtfee Marmalade Dinner Walnut Loaf .Baked Potatoes Carrots Apple Pie Supper Creamed Salt Cod Whole Wheat Bread Stewed Pigs � , Tea The recipe tor Walnut, Loaf, ment-biTed above, .'s as tpllows: 1 1-2 cups of milk, 1 1-2 cups of dried bread crumbs, 1-2 cup cream or top milk, 1 "^un chopped walnuts, 1 teaspoon salt, Paprika. OUR SAIi^PLe ROOMS ARIK fillip WITH LAtWt, AND; NilMEHOUS DESIGNS OF Q0009. OUR POLICY l!� TO, :tlNO' US TO 'sell AT LO\�v '4'^v'^l4il^Vit4Q; ADDED " i.-'-." MOTOR I UN I RAi CAR 'Aro.nr>iv lu.j' 3)n�i;tpn.,tq gtyeCqtl' -ti^lote ss'ry.i�?e;J:. . , ' OETiipun PRICES BEFORE ' %p\ end MfcKay ' |TI�lHl*Awi?.Ni.' . /, ^enrtiW. Day aritl IISE"GIIS 101 cons Wheis aiMul.; Hitfdaeliyi ': Take a Oasbnet tonight to::o).eaSa* ff>m U\w, etODiaohj'and Bowels.'ind you ;wlU surely (eel ;gry,inQrnltig You'iat��n, and. ir^ittaa. �ii^i!^' Uavo beafl sllp^, 9 binders, 6 towels. . Mrs. Pick's I Class' of Soldier's Help ers-240 towels, 20 plUowsllpfci: SG'l hdkfs., 24 binders. 2 flannel blu^ersi 7-T's.. 'rf,. Mrs.. Gray 12 towels, Mrs. Harrison 6 binders, 12 pillowslips; Mrs. Howe^ 9.d.iy sliirts, }0 pyjamas, 88 towaU,! 1 operating gown; Mrs. Hagerty 3 day; shirts, 12 pyjamas, Mrs. Jenks 6 tbw-, els; Mrs. Llllye^ wash cloths; Mt^iTj Ruliy Neutcp 12). towels. 30 T's; iilrti. H. C. on, i day shirt; Mrs. J. A. Pearson;' io day, sWrts; Mrs. C, T^-Paiei--'!\u 1 day shirt; Mrs. James Reed. 4 lyjamaa; Mrs. Rivers 2 aprons; J^r^:-Sijauldlng 9 day shirts, 2 aperaljht; ("s'l- jjowns; Wednesday Sewing Club (pc. |ilek. ..�er '.Mrs. Layton) 8 flannel binders; Mj-g R,B. Sioau; 6 pillowslips, 0 towels' Stewart. Sr., 12 flannel binders; Wilcox, 2 pyjan^as; Mrs, Tayloi: acbe, odated", _ . , lilUous, neivousl upset, \bothered with ; a sick, Kaasy, have backache aiiv feet all worn out. Are you keeping your bowels clean with Cfiscarets-�r, merely forcing a passagoway everr (ew.days with ealts, cathartic pUla or vastor oil? Casoarets Immediately cleanse and regulate ihetstomacb.vrcmo' e tho soui. undlccstod add fermenting food unt' tout gases; .take the excessibile fron^ tho liver and carry oft (he constipated wuBtp matter and prison from thi bowels. � '.v.; ' Remember^ a Cascaret toalglit wli stralghte: you o'.tbv tuprning A if ;�ient^boit ?io.ii,.'flroiiv ^\\it;i-iti mei:.' vliaaitby'i>Q^vvaJ>'w;t.oi):;>a clear Ubr 'iM JiHPrliDJnciK ;^oi; nomtts, Oou fowt tbe ohUai'en.?-AAvartlaeB�a( 2�tbinders, 12 pSllowallps; Ullrs. Muri' doch 9 T's, l.M.T. The number ot pairs ot socks Is ae follows; Mrs. D. A, Slmpsoii 2,,Mrii.r War and also his decoration'won on he field of battle. ''Bob" says ho 1b 'ellghted to get back tb Lethbrldge, iiid 1^ surprised to .iuto It. looking so 'nospocbuu. He expects to take up his res'detice here once more. Lieut. Swi^tjeft two years ago lirlth the 13th Mounted, snd has been throuRh somo of the ijottest fighting ot tbe war with Mia Canadians. , , ^ Bad mond 1; Mrs, J. Young 4rMr�. J. Joner 1, Mrs. Hage 1, Mrs, Prosser 2, Mia J. Gibson 3. Mrs. 0. 'E, Cameron' I Mrs. Jones Tho pleaes tor quilts and mattress covers wore stitched together by Mr'., Lplth, Mrs..Harrison, Mrs. Hodder.v"! In the finishing department Ott%W#(!^ Kcsdays M4-/ articles were complfitaOft The Pranriag Cvmmtttee rapofinan artlele^ pressed. TUet'S War* rtlolds sent to the laundry.  The number of pyjamaa cut is as'fol-!> ii: Mrs. Minor and Mrs. Ferguson n, Mrs. Push 11. Mrs. .Urquhart, Mrs. Menile and Mrs, Nolsjto 63, "Mrs. Ter-I'lU. Mrs. Gray and Mrs. Robertson 18. The day ihirts were Jfirs, Raymond 1nd Mrs. Phlnney 27,. Mrs. Braithwalte J2. Mrs. Fairley IS nurses' aprons. , Mrs. McQulre, Mirs, Qebrge, Mrs. HJirman, Mrs. Kellogg, Mrs. McLaugh-, ^.an, Mrs. Manson. Mrs. Martin, assist-> ^d by Kathrtne Hessey in .folding, cut' ; SB sfieets, 336 plUowfijipB, 393 towels, 237 flaainel binders. Mrs. Rna n,nd '^Trs. ^endrla 64 operating gownij. Mrs Hes-psr G2 binders, 11,6 bandjiterciilets, (filings; 6 pyjamas, i i', w'lii the bandage department tliere 'era 104r T's, 310 M.T.,,and C40 ab-'.omlnal binders. The\j>umber pf Saturdays on which he '(o)lowlng cadets raportM Is-Jaa. .Massey 5, RoswclL jTudor ^, James oUgaU 5, George .^qboston 4, Sydney 'enks 3. James Coftay 3, Douglas Rcb-iioa 3, Harry Sinclair 2,'Copper Uarrl-joa 2, Jennings Ttf^or i. and Jerry "udor. William Emery, .Allaa McKay, polderson, UaJph Jlqbinson eaph L ( A total ot f 14C. WAft recefved in. tbe room* tor active niemharshipi ft. R^d rati pins ii, donatloa; tram Art Need-,)w6rk Club f 125, sale of auUts 111. .yftamatlQ gtvlr;; fS. ,' ^ f mi�. F. HICKB. flWit. Ot Rooa^a. High-grade American Dentistry BUY IF VOU WANT AT BARGAIN PftlCeS BUT DE ASSURED OF ONE THItiG THAT Goot! Dentistry Does Not Exist in the Realm of Bas-gains. The standard high-grade materials iwhlcb v.-e employ ca,nnot -be bought for loss.'Neither can wo cheapen our work Unless wo do so at tho expense of the proper tinin which rau,st bo spent on each p.itlent. Slnp-dnsh. hurry-up method.s have no place in our practice. The best I;itcrc3t3 of the patient is our first cou-sldorntion. DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. Dr^eBruner, Richards and Nelson Ott Blk, 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFnCE-v115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDfWONTON OFFICE-3 CRiSTALL BLOCK THE KING Wha win not sing, God Save the 'King Shall bans Its high's the steeple, But v/hljewH sing God Sava the King We'll ne'er forget the people. -Burns.  .'.i. � �  BAhlK CLEARINQ8 <  ^ -,  This Week ......|716,0T4� < Last year............ 716,186 *  * 9 * ^ *' * ^ * * * * Agrand iiiEiii Bill WILL BE HELD AT THB K,-OF P. HALL ON TUESDAY EVENING , Dec. 29:h V vDanelnB from  until t COBTiMRB MAV jBE OBTAIN-KO AT NEIDIQ^S STORK. HULL BLOCK Butler's Famous Vdcaii Orchestra f IN ATTCNOANOR , Admlaaion: . J59tl� Anniversary ri-'^jif oflF'rWay Nsxt. Jan. 25ih AT S.3 - THE NEXT OF KIN ASSOCIATION HOLDING ATTHEVETERA/HS'CLUB A Guid Feed Ticluts SOc A Guid Scotch Reel And Scotland drew her pipe and blew. "Up Willie wnur them a' ma^.*' s ^ --Burns. If 11 Him D8A 22968? ;