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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBUIDr.E DAILY IIRHALD PAGE SEVEN Big Rally for the Re^ Cross iat Knox Churcli Wednesday All I.cthbi'li!go nhottld turn out on leHBth upon the work of tho^tlod CroM Wolnoarltiy evenlMs of this week to anU^he vltat Impoftonoal M utIIUtng tlie lectuvo on Uoi Gross to bo gvcn every effort to assist the Ioc�l worK-, l.t) Knox \cli kuowVi Calc.iry orsto.'. Tho tiJ- In the, van. The aadreas wa� taken dreaa hy Mr. Dennett Is Intendeil to down by Mr. Prank Yee, acoretaryof arouse the people ot the city to great-; the lenguo and translated td the meet-or efforts on behalf of the Jlnd Cross; ing In Chinese. A coUectwn followed In order tfint Ink drivb which W 'taking' which realized elghty-ftve dollara. place at the prcseht time may t/o a Apart/ from this oaah collection, the sucnesB, ' ' ' local Chinamen have contributed lu The Inclement weather. Is seriously th(j' neigUborhbod ot 1500.00 during Interfering with, tho drlvtS, and the the irte.sent Red Crosa Drive, total collected so far la In the neigh-; Owing to the Inclemency of Ihu bbrhood of ^10,000 while $30,000 Is weather the meeting was hot as larna-the amount aimed at. ' ly attended as'It otherwise would have A meotlhg Of the Chlnoao National boon, "The members present contrlh-Leagug was held �'mt evening In tho Uted most liberally and gpnorouilr Interests of the Red Cross fund. Mr. and seemed to be Interested In the Elton addreijsed the'members at some movement with heart and spirit. WOIAN AVOIDS OPERATION Medicine Which Made Sur* geon's Work Unnecas-ly. Aitoria, N. Y. - "For two jewt I feallDg iU Md took all kinds of tonics. I WM get-InKWonetoveryday. IhiKdchills,mrhead would �chr. I waa Iwsya tired. I could this MceU (n tbc Cit^ Churches mmm VINOUS Ti aiijl all members of the congregation are Invited. Thursday, 8 p.bi., Sunday School treat. Friday, 8 pjm.,' Intercession. Service; 8.30 p.m., choir practice. Saturday, 7.15, Boys' Club. Knox; Tuesday, 7.30 p.m.. Junior C.SiliT. Boya meet in 'the school room. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m., Union prayer meotlnB will be held In the ,school room. 8 pni.. a meeting will . .bo held In the church under the aus-X picas of the Red Cross.'Addroased-1>y in. B.' Bennett and others. Frl-Christian Science: Bogular iwoekly day, 8 p.m., choir, practice, testimony meeting, Wednesday at 8| United: Monday. 8 p.m., G. B.'Tuoa-pm. .1 day, .7,30 p.m., Ooforlh mlaelon circle Latter Day Saints: There will be no tn the vestry. A meeting of the board meeting ot the Uellef Society on Tuo.4-,of stewards at C. Ol Olander'a at 8 day.. i o'clocli. Wednesday. 7.30 to 8.30, Union St. Mary's: Monday, 8 p.m., Com- prayer meeting In Knox church vestry, munlcants', Oulldt Tuesday, S.30 p.m.. speaker Rev. O. Curtia of tho Chriat-toacher'a meeting. Wednesday, .4 1b lan church. �/ p.m., J. W. A.; 8 p.m. Parochial As-i christian: Wednesday evening, 7.30, Boclatlon. Thls-wjll be the last meet- Union prayer meeting In tho vestry Ing of. the Association befbre Lent of Knox church. Thursday, 8 o'clock, ' choir ' practfce at church. Owing to a conflicting meeting the C. B. social committee will meet at the church on Thursday evening Instead of Mrs. Dunaworth's. Friday, - 2.30,. sewing at the Red Cross rooms. The Faithful Reapers will meet at Mr. WhHaker's for A business, meeting and social hon'r In the evening, ' Baptist: ' Monday after school. Mission Band, Tuesday, 8 p.m., the Y. W. A. In'the church.' Wednesday evening, prayer meeting. Thursday hight af 7, the children will meet in the church. Choir practice In the church at 8 o'clock. Friday, 2 to 5 p,m, aewlng In Red Cross rooms. Teacher's meeting I m the evening, I Wesley: Monday, 7.30 p.m., a meeting of the boys, also the Camp Plre girls, Wednesday..- 3. p.m., ladies' aid meeting In tlw chur.oh parlor. As work Is to commence on the gowns for the choir a full Attendance is requested. At. 7.30, a Union prayer meeting in I'nox vestry. Thursday, 3.30 ,p.m., women's missionary society In'ladles' parlor. Choir practice at 8 p.m.. St. Cyprian's: Tuesday,, 8 p.m., teacher's meeting. Wednesday, 8 p,m, Intercession service. Vestry meeting ;Bt 8.30. .Thursday, 3.p.m., the women 'bow at Red Cross rooms. Both Junior '.and senior C. S. R T. at Y. M. C. A. at 7.30. Friday, 8 p.m., choir practice. paiils in my stomach. I went to a i doctor and he said I mustreo under an operation, but J. did not go. I read in the paper about Lydia B. P'nkham's VaKeUble Com-pound and void my husband about it I said ' I know nothing will help me but I will try this.' I found myself Improving from ths very first bottle, and in two weeks time I was able to sit down and eat a hearty breakfast with my husband, which 1 had not done for two years. I am now in the beat of health and did not have tho operation." -' Mrs. John A. Kobvig, G02 Flushing Aveaue, Astoria, N. Y." Every one dreads the rargeon's knife and the operating table. Sometimes nothing else will do*, but many times doctors say they are necessary when they are not Letter after letter comes to the Pinkham Laboratory, telling how operations were advised and were not performed; or, if perfarmed,dld no�iod, but Lydia E.Finkham'a VegeUble Com-poundwas used and good health followed. If yon trant n�lTfe� write to LydIa E. PinkTinm Minliclae Co. leontidential)^ Lynu, Slaas* The mu(iio department of the Mathesla club will meet at tho home of Mrs. Klrkham tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock.   � - . , , Tho Protheon class will moot to- not walk atralght, night at 7.45 to sew tor tho Red Cross, because of the paln will all those taking part In the play inmybackandl had i pionse be on hand at 0 o'clock In apito ot the weather.  � * * Honest Opitiion Doctor Gave Hw Patient ' Bedford, Ohio.-"I was in i pitiful condition, weak, nervous and run down so I c6uld not do my housework. I had doctored''lor years and tried everything under the auh. A friend told me about Vinol. I asked my. doctor about it, and he replied, 'It certainly is the best medicine that can bcv had today. I couldn't give you any better.' I took'it. and today I am at well and strong as any woman could wish to be; and it was Vinol that saved nse."-rMrs. Frank A. Hor� kev, Ash St., Bedford. Ohio. We guarantee this famous cod liver nd iron tonic for sll.such'conditions. J. D. HIcilNBOT^fAM A CC LTD. Oruadlats, Lethbrldjie. , Also at the best druggists ik all Alberta towns. ' One Soldier Has it-Smallpox Scare at Freight Offices The Kiddies Tbrive WONDERFULLY ON OUR HIGH.GRADE MILK ,'sF?r the.very^young fcable'iiieiUr" linllk lit /a|l,;,that 'Is required): to �na! bottlelat. your door' regularly. It c- > c- > & ^ �! ;* LADOR MEM SHOULD BE IN LEGrtSLATURE Vancouver, Jan. 28.- Tho annual meet ng of the British Columbia Federation of Labor la being held hero today, tho fIr.Ht soasion having on lis program an nddre.;F0MST SCHOOL WINS 1ST PRIZE > ni>M twnrfics Gcnnine iMNira lanatiire CHALKY. COLORLESS COMPLEXIONS NEED CARTER'S IRON PILLS PRiVATE^AU $115 9 NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. Works In two keys, A and B. Registers up to $30. In good order. Cash ., WEBER PIANO In mahogany case. A sweet toned InstrumenL In good shape. Snap ^J^'j^ SOLID LEATHER DAVENPORT Cost $150. For quick sale. This is a beauty....... WICKER BABY BUGQY. Cost $.12 a tew weeks ago. For ................. $75 . Cost $20 Waddmprton's Auction Rooms Tenth Street S. Ki Phone 770 , Residence 489 The Major Jack Ross Chapter offL ^jijI^vE. WILL HOLp;i|^ J \ '\ mimm pabiy, � WZi AT THE VETERAMS'ilOB , ; ON FRIDAY. FEB. 8th ^ The .evenlnq' hasTbeen 'set a few ^%K;i. AND DANCING from any member of , Tleketa 7Co'�aoh can bo ha'd , , ^ the eh^ptjsr. .j, fWNpa.FOR PAJ^RIOTIC WPRK;' I'rifi With the mercury ranging from tero to ten below Lethbridge and Southern Alberta are tlghttng the storm king today. , Wl^at is considered the worst stofn\.ot the year Is raging, the wind comlns from the northeast,, carrying a hefivy fall of sqow. the stprm^be-ganv? Sunday afternoon 'aboui',ave o'clock. Farmers, are smn'qg over the heavy snowfall which lsd to'tho southwest and aiflne chlnT )ok started. By Sunday morning the thinook had been: tr6)ien VP andi the wind w�q back In,the east again. Thi^ -up shone brightly all day till five 'plook the snow began to. fall from > lowering Rky> and the storm has cpi^^: *nued ever a.nce with It break during the night. The railways are hitlpg no trouble fts yet moving, tra;;ns,ind> the (j^al operator* gWo no hint;i^f CHATHAM FIRE Chatham, 0nt, Jan. 28.-F're ot unknown origin early, yesterday destroyed tho hardware store ot p. H. Douglas and tho Jabhkhe Undertaking establishment. V SUIClbEO Por� Colborne Orit.. Jan. 28.-Rlch-ard'Sherk, a well todo farmer living on h's farm at Sherkston, committed suicide Sunday by ^hooting himself in tho forehead. No motive is g.ven for the act. ' PAPFs mm >',V V'^ SOUR. ACrSTOMACe In Five MInutesI No Oyspepela, Heartburn or Any Stomach Misery. .Sour, gassy, upsei stomaohVIndigestion, <.,heartburn. dyspepsia;':,, when the fo9d4you eat ferments Into gases and stjibhoin lumps; your.head aches; and you :r�el Blck anil .miserable, that's lyben you realize the magic In Papo's Dlapepsln. It makes all atoutach, mis eryjvanisb In five minutes. ^ ypur: stomach, li^ la; avcontinuous revolt-^lt you can't get ~U regulated, please, (or your sake, try Pape's Dlapepsln. It's 80 needless to have c bad stomach-make your next meal a favorite food meal, then < take a little Dlapepsln. There will not he any dls tress-^eat without fear. It's bocauso Pape'B Dlapepsln "really does" regulate' ^eak, outotorder;,stomachs that gives It Its millions ot sales annually. '' .G^t a large fltty-oeht base of Pape's DiBpepsIn p:om any^,drug store. It is (liCqttlokest, suresV^tomach relief apu 'eure^knowa. It ac^!j||most! tike' magic -.-(t ta a scientific, haniifesa and pleas BfitYetomaoh prepa^Uon vMok truly �f |p^�3 In every honi�.-.AdT�l Our Store Will B^Qosed to the General Public on , JanVy 31 AH those who have hot as yet pt\icl their accounts, we would respectfully ask them to give it their immediate attention. Our office will be open for this' p'jrpdse until February 20th. CN WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, Our entire stock will be put up In convenient lots and sold by public auction without reserve. STOCK SHEETS ARE BilNG PREPARED , ' BE SURE YOU GET ONE F. a WADDINGTON-AUCTIONEER The C(irdstoti {dreamery are receiving cr^dmaf their new site soutt^of the mill f laicrial 18 being bid on the grounds and the erection of the new building will be rushed whc^i the weather breal' ;,' ' v :. '.v 76 ;