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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGR DATLT HERALD SATPRDAY, JULY Knitnbks scores a run with the bqj of today.Tbu can't pot it over the plate too often for him. He likes the flavor and you knowthat evenr dish ofRruinWCS ados to his health and ytren^h. All Wheal Ready to Eat Made in Cinad* 7m3& CWT-K.T.C.r.Co. TORONTO f Studio Closed During July Owing to Mr. Allison's absence from the city the studio will be closed during the month of July. We will, however, maintain our service in making Passport Photos Which will be given customers promptly. Allison's Piioto Studio BALMORAL BLOCK The Sanitary WE HAVE JUST INSTALLED SANITARY DUST AND MOTH PROOF COUNTERS. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH, CLEAN AND THE BEST TO BE HAD. L L JARVE 527 EIGHTH STREET S. PHONE 1883 Plumbing, Gas, Steam and :-: Hot Water Fitting :-: PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S. PHONE 1892 BAR FIXTURES FOR SALE I All bar fittings and mirrors in the bar at Lettabride Hotel. Suitable for lunch counter or restaurant. APPLY J. H. LEE ROOM 16, DOMINION BLOCK Cost of Funeral Goods Will Not Be Increased in Lethbridge In an endeavor to protect you from the big advances In the cost of funeral goods we have purchased an enormous stock of high Qrade goods prior to another advance In prices, effective June 20th, which places us in a position to furnish you with modern goods at exceptionally low prices. Your patronage solicited. Give ua a call and vve will save you money and at the same time give you a service you will appreciate. MacKay & MacKay UNDERTAKERS PHONE 1802 THIRD AVE. & EIGHTH ST. S. OUT OF TOWN ORDER8 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO > *l > RED CROS8 REPORT * Tho following Is a full roport of tho work dono by tho local branch of the Rod Cross society for tho month of June: Cutting;-The cuttitiR report shows G44 towels, 4;U pillow slips and C!> shtfots, cut by Mrs. ATrC.ulre. Mis* Stoltze, Mrs. Horman, Mrs. Kellogg and Mrs. I/ifferty; also, Mrs. Spaulding 18f> towels, JIm. Hnymond 74 towels, lfi sheets; St. Cyprian's W.A.. �f, towels; Mrs. McGulro. 63 khaki slings; Mrs. Fnlrloy, 44 nurses' aprons nnd 20 khaki slings: Mrs. Hessey. IS pair? surgical stockings. 9 pairs bed socks; Mrs. Latterly and Mr.i. Kellogg. 10 day shirts; Mrs. Manson. 12 housewives and 33 personal property hags. 1297 slings and 3S1 many tailed bandages, 1G5R T bandages and 2S4 abdominal binders were cut by Mrs. L. 15. Woods' committee. Day shirts-Mrs. Ridpath and Mrs. Law, 12 day shirts; Mrs. N'ew-lngor nnd Mrs. Tenant. 30 day shirts-, ' Mrs. Law and Mrs. Carly'.e, 35 day shirts; Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Calvin, 41 day shirts. Pyjamas-Mrs. Minor and Mrs. Ferguson, S4 suits; Mrs. Terrill and Mrs. Hawden and helpers, 145 suits; Mrs. Urquhnrt nnd Mrs. Nelson. S3 suits; Mrs. Shovcr and Mrs. I'urIi 40 suits; Mrs. Lee and helpers SO suits. Pressing-Mrs. C. E. Trosser, convenor of the pressing committee, reports 1479 articles pressed during the month of June. Socks-Mrs. Scott 1 pr.; Baptist Aid society, 1 pr.; Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.E., 12 pairs.; no name, 5 prs.: Mrs. Young. 2 prs.; Mrs, Johnstone, 1 pr.; Mrs. Galloway, 3 prs.: Mrs D. Hagcl. 1 pr.; Art Needlework club. S prs.; Wide-awake branch, Milk River, 2 prs., donated; Mrs. Downer. 3 prs ; Mrs. McClure. 2 prs.; Mrs. Patching, 2 prs.; St. Augustine's W.A.. 3 prs.; Mrs. John Home, 1 pr.; Mrs. Nelson 1 pr., donated; Mrs. James Horn. 31 prs.; Mrs. Llewlyn, 4 prs.; Mrs. Horspool, 1 pr.; Miss Madge Fairley, 1 pr.; Foremost, 2 prs.; Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E.. 12 prs.. donated; Mrs. Chis-holm, 2 prs.; Mrs. Wilson, 3 prs.; Mrs. Gibson, 2 prs.; Mrs. A. Davis, 1 pr. Bandages-St. Patrick's Ladies' Aid. 22 T's, 2 many tailed: teachers. 31 T's, 31 many tailed, also refixed 31 T's and 14 many tailed; First Baptist church, 21 T's and 2 many tailed; Wesley church Ladies' Aid, 93 T's, 39 many tailed; St. Augustine's 7 T's, 1 many tailed; St. Cyprian's, 34 T's, 9 many tailed; Knox church, 26 T's, 12 many tailed; G.I.A. society, 53 T's, 3 many tailed; Eastern Star, G T's, 5 many tailed; Children of Mary'. 9 T's, 6 many tailed: Sorosis society, Crystal Lake. 17 T's; Central W.C.T.U., 2o T's, 3 many tailed; Hardieville, 2o T's, S many tailed: White School. 24 T's, 0 many tailed; Mrs. A. P. Pel-ham, Wrentham, t! T's, G many tail; Win One class, 12 T's, 2 many tail; St. Andrew's lfi T's; Warner. G T's, 4 many tail; Christian church, 1 T; Mrs. Knight. 12 T's; St. Mary's. G T's; extra Red Cross work. 40 T's, refixed 20 T's, 9 many tail; Mrs. Knowldcn, 6 many tail; Mrs. Stitt, 5 T's: Mrs. Shaw. 3S T's; Mrs. Lud-jak, G many tail; Mrs Hunt and Mrs. Benson. 210 T's; Mrs. Spaulding, 12 T's; .Mrs. Harris, 12 T's; Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.E.. IS T's, S many tail; Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.6.D.E., 2 T's. 7 many tail; Mrs. Cope. IS T's; Mrs. Washbrook, IS T's; Mrs. W. P. Roy and friends, 12 T's, 3 many tail; Mrs. Boulton, 1 many tail; Mrs. Fetter, 10 T's; Mrs. Gant, 3 T's. Garments Mads During the Month of June St. Augustine's, 1 day shirt, 1 pr. pyjamas, 6 pillow slips, 25 towels, 3 nurses' aprons, 2o slings, 1 abdominal binder, 2 bedside bags, 5 khaki slings, 1 pr. slippers. St. Cyprian's, G pyjamas, 1 sheet, 15 pillow slips, 32 towels, 41 slings, 8 abdominal hinders. St. Patrick's, 1 pyjama trousers, 4 sheets, 24 towels. Teachers, 4 pyjamas, 10 sheets, 6 pillow slips, 3G towels, 22 slings, G ! abdominal binders, 14 khaki slings, i 5 housewives. Wesley church, 2 pyjamas, 9 pillow slips, 12 towels, S slings, 4 abdominal binders. 7 housewives. Central W.C.T.U., 1 pyjamas, 8 sheets, 10 pillow slips, 14 towels, 20 surgical stockings, 4 abdominal binders. Knox, 8 pyjamas, 7 sheets, 74 towels, 4 slings, 1 abdominal binder. Children of Mary, T, pillow slips, 2G towels, 1 surgical socks, 6 slings, 1 abdominal binder. Christian church, G towels, 2 simgs. Eastern Star, G pyjamas, G sheets, lfi pillow slips, 1 nurses' apron, 18 slings. Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.E., 4 day shirts, 31 pyjamas, 22 sheets, i ii. pillow slips), 100 towels, 1GJ slings, I "A abdominal binders, 3 slings, 9 prs. silippers. Women's club, 3 sheets, 6 towels, 2 slings. Baptist Ladies' Aid, 5 pillow slips, 18 towels. Win One class, 2 sheets, 21 towels, 4 abdominal binders. Mrs. Bartlett, 3 pr. surgical stockings, 1 pr. bod socks, 12 towels; Mrs. Blackbourn, 8 pyjama suits; Mrs. Cascadden, 0 pyjama suits, 12 towels; Mrs. Cowglll. 8 slings, 24 pillow slips, 20 abdominal binders; Miss Cameron, 5 pyjama suits; Mrs. Dalrymplo, 13 pyjama suits; Mrs. Goodman, 4 day Khirts; Mrs. Grant, G towels Mrs. Graham, 6 towels; Mrs. U. C. Harvey, 4 nurses' aprons, 2 pyjama suits; Mrs. Harrison, 18 slings, 12 towels; Mrs. Harris, 4 pyjama suits; Mrs. ltoy Llttlo, 2 pyjama suits; Mrs. Ludgate, 12 pillow slips, G towels, 6 binders, 3 prs. surgical stockings, 4 prs. bed socks, 4 nurses' aprons; Mrs. Don. McKenzie, 4 nurses' aprons, 2 pyjama suits; Mrs. Minor, 2 day stmrts, G comfort bags; Mrs. II. W. Menzie, 3 pairs surgical Btockings, G towels, 4 nurses' aprons; Mrs. J. A, Pearson, 8 day shirts; Mrs, Spaulding, 37 slings, 10. towels, 24 pillow slips; unnamed parcels, 2 pyjama suits. St. Andrew's Aid, 4 pyjamas, G binders, 30 slings, 12 pillow slips, 24 towels, 32 bath towols. Ladies of B. of L.F. & E., G bind era, 12 slings, G K nllnga, 12 pillow AUT OR SELF POISONING The Dangerou* Condition Which Produce* Many Will Known Disease*. H0WT06UARD AGAINST THIS TROUBLE " FRUIT-A-TIVES" - The Wonderful Fruit Mediciae -will Protect Yoa Autointoxication means self-poison-lug, caused by continuous or partial constipation, or insufficient action of tho bowels. Instead of the refuse matter passing daily from tho body, it is absorbed by the blood. As a rcsul t, the Kidneys and Skin are ovenvorked, in their effort* to rid tho blood of this poisoning, Fuisoningqfthe blood in this xvtyoftcn. causes Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and Disturbed Stomach. It may produce Headaches and Sleeplessness. // may irritate the Kidneys and bring on Pain in the Back, Rheumatism, Gout, and Kheunmlic Pains. It is tho chief cause of Eczema-and keeps the whole system unheailh v by the constant absorption into thebtoodof this refuse matter. "Frttit-a-tives" will always curt Autointoxication or sctf-poisoning - as " Fruit-a-tivcs " acts pently on bowels, kidneys and rVin, strengthens tho bowelsand tones up the nervous system. 00c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial sisc, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, HUGE AIRCRAFT PROGRAM. Washington, July 13.-Tho administration bill providing for a great aircraft program at an initial cost of ?i;40,000,000 was ready today to be reported to the house, but its consideration there will not begin until tomorrow. The house military rules committee yesterday voted unanimously to report the measure favorably after Secretary Baker and others appeared to urge immediate action. Prospects are that tho bill will pass the house by tomorrow night. slips, 4 sheets, IS towels, 30 bath towels. C..1.A. to B. of L.E., 10 binders, 12 slings, 4 K slings. 24 pillow slips, 6 towols, IP bath towels. 2 comfort bags, 2 pr. surgical socks, 2 housewives. Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E., 4 pyjamas, G slings, G sheets, 7 bath towels. Church of Latter Day Saints, 15 pyjamas. 7 day shirts, G binders, 12 slings, IS pillow slips, 6 sheets, 7 bath towels. RED CROSS GAL TWO F St. Mary's W.A., 2 pyjamas, 4 day shirts, 3 binders, t> slings, 4 K slings, 0 pillow slips, 4 sheets, 3 towels, 6 bath towels. G. F. club, 1 pyjamas, 30 slings, 35 pillow slips. 4 sheets, IS towels, 24 bath towels. Hardieville women, 15 pyjamas, 15 day shirts, 12 binders, 24 slingB, 18 K slings, 4S pillow slips, 24 towels, 4S pillow slips, 24 bath towels, 6 housewives, 5 nurses' aprons. Mrs. Morris Attwood, 5 pyjamas, 12 slings, G pillow slips. 2 sheets, IS towels, 12 bath towels, 2 surgeon's coats, 2 nurses' aprons. 2 pr. surgical stockings; Mrs. Boulton, 1 pyjama coat, IS slings, 12 pillow slips, 4 sheets, 12 bath towels, 3 nurses' aprons; Mrs. Dunk, 1G day shirts; Mrs. McGuire, 0 pillow slips, G towels, 7 prs. bed socks, 5 nurses' aprons; Mrs. Wilcox, S pyjamas; Mrs. Lay-ton, 12 slings, 12 towels; Mrs. Lomas, 4 day shirts; Mrs. McBeth, 2 suits pyjamas;" Mesdames Patterson and Clements, 2 pyjamas, 2 day shirts, G slings, 12 pillow slips; Mrs. Perry, 4 pyjamas; Mrs. Hugh Taylor, 6 pyjamas; Mrs. Washbrook, 17 pyjamas, 13 day shirts, 3 binders; Mrs. Ward-man, 6 binders, 34 slings, 24 pillow slips, 16 towels, 6 bath towels; Sor-osis society, Crystal Lake, 6 pyjama coats, 9 slings, 12 pillow Blips, 12 towels; Foremost women, 9 pyjamas, li day shirts, 8 binders, 24 slings, 4 K slings, 12 pillow slips; St. Kilda women, G pyjamas, 5 day shirts, 0 binders, 12 sling3; Warner women, 4 pyjamas, 4 day shirts, 12 binders, 18 slings, G K slings. GOVT. DECIDES TO CALL FIRST THREE CLASSES AT ONCE (Continued fhom Fbont Paob) vescentSAoH? i:;r.'."..!."i" after meal* reward the dally use of Abbey'* Salt - eat and enjoy a square meal without fear. Tuke ABBEY'S for elua-filsh boweli, Inuctlve liver and upset tomach. ThU delightful tonic i loan tho lutoerlnef, twcctciw tho stomach, tunes-up the digettloa -and promoto� good nnpctico, i*oo---- Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O. D.E.................... Red Cross tea room ........ Soft drinks ................ Lemonade .............. Novelty booth ............. Veterans danco ............ Red Cross exhibit booth---- Entries to sports........... Pony................. St. Patrick's pop corn and peanut3............... Golf club .................. G. B. Morris ............... W. S. Gray ................ R. A. Smith ............... Morry-go-round............ Side shows................. Total ................. Disbursements Commissioner Freeman, mer- ry-iro-round............ City Sign Works ........... F. W. Woolworth .......... Lethbridge Tolegram ...... Stacey Lumber Co.......... W. A. McDonald ........... Miss Arnold ............... Bawdon Broth ors .......... H. Hallworth .............. B. C. Fruit Market ......... J, -D. Higinbotham Co....... II. A. McKfllop Co.......... Red Cross Drug and Book Co. P, Burns & Co............. Lothbridgo Candy Company. Lethbridge Mercantile ..... Ellison Milling Company ... G. Gilmoro ................. Boys, helping .............. T. II. Keith ............... Crystal Dairy Co........... Western Transfer Co....... Plunkett and Savage ....... Hudson's Bay Company..... J, G. Robertson ............ Consumers Hardware Co. ,.. Auto hire, padlock and tap .. W. A. Ott ................. Urowory................ Band.................. S1SS0.35 5031.10 199.G1 SG.65 120.35 175.75 41.80 113.95 52.40 80.00 1G.00 137.00 34.24 20.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 113.40 148.10 $1880.35 ?G2.90 15.00 47.94 1G.50 13.50 12.00 11.00 9.50 46.85 10.50 2.15 12.65 G.00 11.02 7S.04 94.81 G.00 G.30 2.00 30.20 104.70 3.50 25.2 14.48 2.25 G.90 3.15 28.S3 23.01 L0.00 I I , - fi1.. , .4' "J will be soft, spotless and snowy white if you use LUX. You can make the foamiest, creamiest lather, in liot water, with a few of these dainty silken little flakes, that cleanses perfectly without rubbing. Hence unshrunken, unthickened little garments that are a delight to feel. Try LUX-your baby will be sure to appreciate the difference. : WONT SHRINK  British made, By  Lever Brothers Limited. Toronto WOOLLENS Sold by all toad tfctn -take no substitute. IS REVOLUTIONARY 2^0 Total............... J72G.80 Receipts ............ .....$1880.35 Disbursements.......\..... 726.80 Balanco..............$1153.55 WAR PHOTOGRAPHS. London, July 13.-Tho exhibition of Canadian official war photographs to be opened horo Monday next by General Turner includes the largest photograph In tho world 22 foot long and 11 foot high. It is tho most won derftil battle picture over given to tho public and shows lino of attack in profile, it constitutes an uwl'ul pag eant of an organized inforno. London, July 13.-"The program of the successful party Is quite frankly revolutionary, anti-English and ,';op-aratlst," says tho Times, commenting editorially on tho Claro election result. "There is and can never he tho slightest question of either Englishmen or serious Irishmen accepting the wild program with which tho new member and friends won tho scat. This is nil the more reason therefore, why the best elements in Ireland should go Ktcadlly forward and review tho situation together and dctormino to agree. If they should fall, tho responsibility for good government will remain where it Is today. Tho refusal to make the effort at this staga would be tho counsel of sheer des-yair." The Height of Likeahility- The drink with the pleasant, piquant smack that reaches tht thirsty spot with the first mouthful. A "zip" with every sip. A drink that makes you glad summer's here. A pure, cooling, nutritious, malt beverage. absolutely non-iiitoxlcatlner. pot-poeessing all the nourishing properties of ordinary ale or beer, but owing to the intricate process it costs more to manufacture. Put up in Quarts, Pints, Half-pintsorin casta. Ordorfrom your Di-untet, Qrocor, Confectioner, or direct (root E. L. DREWRY, Ltd., Winnipeg, Man. 1 -4''- 'White Cake .. lOc. White LJquid lOc. Men's,Womcns and Children's Shoes ^ Looks Better Lasts Longer Easy to use -Best (br Shoes SHOE l TO. .VH AMILT.O N CAN'. ;