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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � A, � PAGE SEV Nbw on New staple and WasK goohlldreh';7l$^n5grow^ fnillfciaifequlrw. ltf,i>^',�^^^ iiafe belnk clarified and paste^r-laed.^ 3,, 1576 -Phone year. At the fint meetins of the year, at which Rev. Oanon Murrelt-Wriiht was chosen chairmani notice waa received from the city coahelf that Miss Agnew ha4 baeii reappointed a member of the bokrd f(H- a two-year term, rdllowing ia the report: Tn makinc a brief report dealiuK with the operation: ot the' Qalt Hospital for the year 1917, the first thing to be noted is that the Board were able to flAoice without asking the oity tor any graiit from taxes towards the current operating apenaea. This waa partly due to a coBsiderable.balance la huA- at the- taaglaabiB of the year. While the prevailing high prices have largely Incraiaaed the opst of all �upplies. .caiiiiinf. t/tit expenditure to be $10,000''higher than the previoua year, the jWofpltal charges have, not been Increaaed.. For ihe coming year l)oweYer..th� Board VrlU hate to.aak the clty'tor an.'apprbprliiUon of foiir itvoiuaud dblliiirii or IncreHa tha^ihar-geato phtienti, and ia alitty per. cant, of the patlenta oone tr^iQ outside the city it would hat�ly'ae(im (air that ihe expense should be levied agalnat the taxpayers, in the icity.' A\new heating iplant waa inatailed during the yfur at a coat of $17,000. This necessitated the building:, of a hew-boiler room' and vchtihney aad in-gtalling. two, 40 h.p, Itotuni Tubular Boilers. All the buildlnga are now on oh� heating' system. THIS/apltal ex iiendlture was finaqqed by the city and � the ihtereat charged up to the hospital. . i'-: ;,v.;"New Matron :'; � After twdyears of venr faithtal and acceptable'service, Misa Woptton resigned as Matron,ahdV^was succeeded hy Misa MoOlarty, to whose, excellent administnition thei Board paid the following IriMuteV . "Misa 8. Mcolarty, '8upt. Gait Hospital: .^'Atita first'iheetlhg In the, year, the.Bband: deair^B :tpi expreas ,to> you it^ Bihoere apprecihtlbn of the manner in whiob you' have fo ably tilled the poiiltiDh 6f auperintaiident. . f *at is^a.pleiaiiura^tp^reicord this cour ildence If .iybur >ahllity.6aiid> general management bt: the hoapltal. v.. Since; youi' ajrilvali to take up this pqaition in iJiily. last, the: Bpard hae heard ! nothing : bnt pjMiae of . yout jinicient admlnlstratlbh. �i; "We ..ifoiild aak.ybu^to'convey to the hospita^'tBiaft ihe^apprMlatibu bt the tibard fm-;thelr co-bparatlon with you.'! i^th^ hbapital; groiiiida irere greatly : -The irathliKg/ichboIThaa ham �eU ;ilUij|^4^a|ii�^:i^^ V.....:.:^Mm- Cheaper Than Carts For it Savdi .Time-to Cost 14000 'riie clty^bfe liaptUt church will sew at ihe Reil CroHH rooms topiorrow from 3 to li p.m. ' ',.* Tha regular meeting of ihe women'n branch m the RfSd Cross society will be held In the Bed rro�s rooms Inmor-^ row at 3 p.m.   . The ,lied Cross society wisUss'lo thank the Sir Alesandar Ualt chapter l.O.D.B. for 24 pairs of aocks which they donated to the society.  '   Major Aahtoo,. p( Reglua, named as member of. the new soldiers' land aattlement board, Is a cousin ot Miss Aahton, of the libtb bridge school staff. . � * * * Mrs. M. rraeman leaves Saturday morniag tor California where she will spend three nioirths with her daughter, Mrs. Eugehe Power, st Hollywood, Just put pf L08 Angales. � �   � Mrs. Salmon leaves Saiiirday for Los Angeles, Caltf., where she will Join Her .aon, H. C'. C. Salmon, and wife, who are apandirif (heir honeymoon In California.    Tlie ladies of the ohrisiibn church Vlll sew at the Red Cross rooma to moirrpw. There is need ot more Red (3roiB wprkers,'iio it is hoped that every lady who car will be present. The, annual meeting oC the I>ad'ies' Aid nf the First Hapllst church was hfid Jan. 17, 1918. The reports fpr thb yaar were ratified and the fbllow-Ing officers were elected: Presldahtk Mrs. Rnosa; vice-president, Mrs, Wll-Itama: aoeretary. Mrs. McMillan: as-alatant, Mra. Leavltl; treasurer, Mrs. M. J. Oib�pn. f'ba. annual meeilug of the Mission OWde bC th� Flrat Baptist church was held Jaa. t4th. The treasurer's report stowed aa Increase over last year in maabfliwhlr aM -la money /�aisad. Of-rii|^-pre�ldent,, Mrs. Knapman; secretary, Mrs. Lawfprd: treasurer, .^frB Trt�p.,- ' 'rhe general meetUig of the Mathesis club was: held In tlie Y.M.C.A. yesterday atterapou/ "'file attendance was vary gratifying, the auditorium being comfortably filled. Those who braved tAe cold talt well repaid oh hearing the addreas given by Rev. Chas. Baker, which proved to be a rare literary aooompllBhmaat. The lecture will ap year in print in a> fpw days. Mr. Bak ai alab exhibited'xbme wonderful spe e|n�bf of artistic wood work, both In mo^ic and floral dealgnt, a;id these, tpgatber with the 'twenty paintings � " � � spot isobn ably at pre^nt in uae. Thl* was I^S^^^^i^^J^tl':^ a meeting of the cpmmlsstnnfr's year m fbrgbtten. Mlns Bbnnetfvery abl .------- ----.n,^-. jjj^y^j of thhhks to Rev. Bak- Abex;;; :tarA�v.;^v.:i!^;i;;t?n;;vt:W;S�'.;: l.lb�w'ai>1^t!r;�^u|ii^f  tl^^We:-:,  � 'OhrlitiaafrSoSaa, peiTVlKvl'lOa  ���eHVmfl�Jlfffin^i�H?^Uh-iSftiw^^ room tor one probationer. ', The dally average ot patlenta in tl^e hospital for the year waa forty-seven'.'l The (otal anmber qf patients traat.ad ,waB 1800.- rf- The operating rooms, the two large aup robma and apme prijrate wardii were re-dicbrated. Thia w^prk -b( brIghtaBlns 'up ^eV general api^f-ance ot tha hispltal Is being taken hp syatematltially, One BtPra-rppm tar druis and apv^ o\li�f for sraoarles waa fitted up in thi haaemeft, and bow, faavlns thp atbrifi 9ini^ pared itor near the driig: atbre fa ~ ' and the praaent dlwehaary >yill tur|iad Into' an X-ray. nopi, in wh)oh ^ome of tlia dbetpra pn the aUfi arb inBtalliitg a n�b.wn rfweat 'iia wen^ pvair the hpapitai: and agpraia'aC hiB pleaaura'that wa'had aubh a'aplmi did �i|�(|imwli. Whlie.muph ;9aii;atin ha drap, Lathbrldge has'JusrcfiiiiiW pride Ip^theQalthaapital^ ; -^vfiA' the audltbra':atatemfiit-haB:aot ypt been recalvcd, but the (oUpwlng (t|-urea give thb burroat accouat far ISIT: , Raaalpta ' Caahonltand,:Jan. 1,1817.. $3 i>ub|ic wi^rd taaB. prlrata ward >m 0p�ratiBf rooin faaa abvarhnmt gritnt Bfldowinantfunda, BuiidHes;;,.,,. .... . ar oh behalf of the teachers which was aaeofided by Mrs. Laech on behalf ot tipa'club. The club voted to dispense anlth rafraahments it the general meet taf�^held In the Y.M.C.A. Four new aamaa wer^ voted In aa club members, naUni a total membership ot 79. The fia table was presided over by Mrs. y^Jtt. King, and iiierabera with their giibitB lingered for a social half hour. ;>    . � -V TWBDT--WALL At Knox manse, xin Wednesday, Jan. ,SOth, Mr. Guttarm Twedt, of r.,etli-'brldfeiand Miss Mary Wall, ot Grand Fori^s; N.D., were united, in marriage byRav. W. F. Bums.  �  .. '/^^ DIMMA-DAVIES .VI iybst Lothbrhlge at the home the.brlde'a parents, Wednesday, Jan. l(lh.' Mr. Orley Clinton Dhiima and Mill Helen Oavlee were united in marriage. Rev. W. F. Burns officiating.' --V-' ; AdamitUittph ^ expeR4ltHre indltur and'^bl^^'a RrpfafBipMl bare-,,of. pati- ���::i7�;'}l^ :.'.vl{ppaake^plnE;:^penae|i-- % > Wa�0B:^ ^.i, o � .�^;;V^v-.,.v :'::'^;l�!|,B5, Wages,..... ... . . atowlw y., .Vi..^jiiUl^ l4auftdry,.v.'^-� ,i,3|| ffaiptpB^oa fjf" praiwrty ai^d ' ............^M'^imm^^^^MM^ 'jW-yiMi :MENU"IF0R:'FRIDAY i'Brbakfast: Corumaal Porridge, Toast Araiay Omelet, Tea or Coffee. '.Diahar: Fried Cod.Tomatbei, Pota-.lltuH Tart. . ir: Cheese ..Relish on Toast, y BlsauitsV Plwn Preserve, ., lake. Tea. � ; r.Ttia reolpla (or.C^aeae Relish and WbrvTCake, mentloaedi a^ve, are a� tpXh^r- : .i �:.,:=�-v^'..-. �,C|iM*o Relish-1 cup stale bread bruntba, 1 cup milk,;!:tablespoon but- . M|wnn salt, tew �gra^n^ cayenne, aoakbread crumba fifteen miitutes In inllk, melt the butter,: add- aoaked birhin)(�, ' cheese, egg - allghtly  beaten |iid feaBohtngB. Cpak three minutes, ai|d^pour over tuastpd crickars which havi/,been spread spariogly with but :tati:,i:>-Vy- ,,:;A;vUr.i.:'.,. ''r � "^'^yyiV- Cake--2 cupa: brown sugar, 1 taaapppn ground clnnai|iOB, 'i cupa hot WAtar, 1 teaspoon' ground cloves, 4 Itablospopha lard, 1 cup, raisins, 1 tea-aalt. Boll togatliar for live mln-j,v-vThah cool' afid add! S cnpa pfl ir^h{pi!i{ . in entantblpii i>m^ flu .iwaat jsUon of ir :(il-' � the ,.,:^riai trataUia iTaBd Uoii ta 7 I, A Week of Special Dis-plays, when everything new and different to beautify the home is brought for-^ vvard and displayed, demonstrating the latest'ideas in making the "Home Beautiful'* by the' effective uses of our new Curtains and Draperies. Our Curtain Stock is now at it's best- fiull of well assorted Merchandise, which it will amply repay you to look through. And our prices are right. 2% yards long. tACE CURTAINS. ;,' Pair, 79c to ... 'SCRIM CURTAINS. In cream and ecru. > Pair, $2.50 to .................... *t�W ' MARQUISETTE CURTAINS. In creiim a qA and ecru. Pair f2.50 to .......'tmVv |i*.HETtY 2 TONE MARQUISETTE. 'aC-At, yard ..... ...............tOC CREAM AND WHITE MARQUISETTE. Q|- At, ya^ ,............./............. OOZ WHITE AND ECRU MARQUISETTE, cij With dainty lace border, at, yard ... DDC DOTTED AND At, yui'il ..... striped muslins. colored borders. 50c 4St 60c FAI^CY SiCROtL MADRAS. C'oloiVgreeii and lirown. 45 Inches'wide. Yard' 1 BUNGALOW fiJETS, ti'oiii.y.ard 20c to ................... SCRIM, with fancy Yard, 20o to ..... cream Madras. Yaril ffSc to ...,.. �t.".~. 3 A limited quantity of Furniture Cloth^suitable for high class uphblst-ering^2^^ yardf wide, $2.25. THESE ARE OLD COUNTRY GOODS AND verV oifficult to procure, so we C0N9iDER OURSELVES FOI|TUNArE IN, SECliRING EVEN THE small SHIPKMENT; TO HAND. ws A Special Line of CRETONNE WINDQW DRAPES In a charming varietyvo^rd^signs ant;! colors, already made up for $1.06 ' These are worth $,1.75 Them In Our ^how Room .?f�;: up 'i^gu^t^ia............................................... 71 ;