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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TI IF, LETHBRIDGE D.MLT HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1317 Studio Closed During July Owing to Mr. Allison's absence from the city trie studio will be closed during the month of July. We will, however, maintain our service in making Passport Photos Which will be given cuilomen promptly. Ison'sPboto Studio BALMORAL BLOCK The Sanitary Grocery WE HAVE JUST INSTALLED SANITARY DUST AND MOTH PROOF COUNTERS. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH, CLEAN AND THE BEST TO BE HAD. IIJARVIS S27 EIGHTH STREET S. FHONE 1883 The following Is a full report ol the Trcrk done by the local branch of tee neO Cross society lor tho monln ol June; cutting reporl shows 644 towels. 414 pillow slips EBd M steels, cul by Mrs. McGuire, Mis, Stoltte. Mrs. Herman. Mrs. .Celloeg and Mrs. Latterly; also. Mrs. ing 1S9 lowels. Mrs.- llsymond 74 lowels, 15 sheets; St. Cyprians 36 lowels; Mrs. McGutrc, CJ knail slings: Mrs. Fairley. 44 nurses aprons and !0 kbakl slings; Mrs. IS pairs surgical stockings. 9 nalrs bed socks; Mrs. LaKerly and Mrs. Kelloge. 10 flay siilrls; Mrs. Mflnson, 42 housewives and 33 per- sonal properly bags. 1297 slings and 3S1 miny (ailed bondages, IGaS T bandages and 2S4 abdominal biuders were cut by Mrs. L. B. Woods' com- mittee Day nldpath and Mrs. Law, 12 day Ehirls; Mrs. Ncw- Inger and Mrs. Tenant. 39 day sWrls; Mrs Law and Mrs. Cnrlyie, 35 dsy shlrts- Mrs. Morris and Mrs- Galvln, 41 day shlrls. Minor and Mrs. Ferguson. 84 suits; Mrs. Terrlll and Mrs. Dawden and help- ers. 145 suils; Mrs. Urquhtrt and Mrs. Nelson, S3 suits; Mrs. Shovcr and Mrs. Push 40 suits; Mrs. Lee and helpers 39 suits. PresEing-Mrs. C. E. Prosser. cou- vcnor ot the pressins commillee, re- ports 14i9 articles pressed during the mouth ol June. Scoli 1 pr.; Baptist Ud 'oclcty, 1 pr.; Major Jack Ross chupler, I.O.D.B., 12 pairs.: uo name, 5 prs.; Mrs. Young, 2 prs.; Mrs. Johnstone, 1 pr.; Mrs. Galloway, 3 prs.; Mrs D. Hagcl. 1 pr.; Art Needle- work club. S prs.; Wide-awake branch. Milk Itiver, 2 prs., donated; -Mrs. Downer, 3 5Irs. McClure, 2 prs.; Mrs. Patching, 2 prs.; SI- Augusllne's W.A- 3 prs.; Mrs. John Home, 1 pr-; Mrs. Nelson I pr.. donated; Mrs. James Horn. 31 ]irs.; Mrs. 4 prs.; Mrs. Horspool.-l pr.; Mis: Madge Fairley, 1 pr.; Foremost, 2 prs.; Sir Alexander Gait cbapler. Lo.D.E., 12 prs., donated; Mrs. holm, 2 prs.; Mrs. Wilson, 3 prs.; Jlrs. Gibson, 2 prs.; Mrs. A. Davis, 1 pr. Patrick's Ladies' Aid, 2S T's, 2 many tailed; teachers !OH COV1. DECIDES 10 ORSELFPOIoONING COMONCE Kaowa HOWT06UMDAGMNST THISJROUilE -TU.WnliifJ (COXTIKDED FEQM FAOll Autointoiicttion rneiDS self-poison- caused by continuous or jurtlil conslipatioa, or insufficient scliott'of the bowels. Icstral ot the refuse mJllw passinj daily from lue body, it U absorbed by Uie blood. As result, Mr Stin arcorfnctrrHttl, in their lo rid Ihe blood of this poisoning. tO: causes Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and Disturbed Stomach. It mmy.pro- duco Headaches and Sleeplessness. may irritelc Ihe A'tfr-tjs and bring on Pain in tho Mieurilllsmi'.Gojrt, and lllie'unistio I'iin's. It ii.tbVcSicf cause of f 1 Fruil-a-thes ants gently on kidneys and rtin, bowels and tones up. thencrvous system. 50c. aboi, 6 for J3.50, At all dealers or sent postpaid on rcceiptof price byVruil-a-tiTM Limited, OLUwm. slips. 4 sheets, IS towels, 30 hath Plumbing, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Fitting PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES 31 T's, 31 many lalled, also refixed 31 T's and 14 many lalled; First Bap list church, 21 T's and 3 many lail ed; Wesley church Ladles' Aid. S3 T's, 3? many tailed- SL Augustine's 7 T's, 1 many lalled; St. Cjprian's, 34 T's, D many tailed; Knox church, 26 T's, 12 many tailed; O.I.A. socicly. 53 T's, 3 many tailed; Eastern Star, 6 T's, 5 many tailed; Children of Mary. 9 T's, S many lailed; Sorosis society, Crys- tal Lake, 17 Central V.C.T.U., 25 Ts. 3 many tailed; HardleTllle. 25 T's, S msny tailed; White School. 24 T's, 6 many lalled; Mrs. A. P. Pel- ham. S T's, C many lail; Win One class, 13 T's, 2 many tall; SL Andrew's.16 T's; -Warner. 6 4 many tail; Christian church, 1 T; Mrs. KnlghU 12 T's; SU Mary's. C T's; extra Red Cross work, 40 T's, reflxed 20 T's, 0 many tail; Mrs. Knowldcn, 6 many tall; Mrs. Stilt, o T's; Mrs Shaw, 3S T's; Mrs. Lud- jalc, G many tall; Mrs Hunt and Mrs Benson, 210 T's; Mrs. Spaulding, 12 T's; Mrs. Harris, 12 T's; Jack Ross chapter, I.OD.R, IS T's, 8 many lail; Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E., T's, 7 many iail; Mrs. Cope, IS T's; Mrs. Washbrook, IS T's; Sirs. W. P. Hoy and friends, 12 T's, 3 many lail; Sirs. llonlton. 1 many tall; Mrs. Fet- ter, 10 T's; Sirs. Cant, 3 T's. Garments Made During the Month of June towels, G.l-A. lo B. of L-.B, 10 binders, It slings, 4 K slinp, 24 pillow clips, C lowels, 1? bath towels, 2 comfort bags, 2 nr. surgical socks, 3 housewives. Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E. 4 pyjamas, C slings, 6 sheets, 7 bath Cliurch of Latter Day Saints, la pyjamas, 7 day shirts. 0 12 slings, IS pillow slips, 6 bath lowels. BED CROSS GAIi TWO SI. W.'fc'2 das Ebirls, 3 binders, 6 slings, 4 K slings 0 pillow slips, 4 .sheols, 3 batuj lowels. G. F. club, 1 pyjamas, 30-slings, 36 pillow slips, 4 sneels, 18 lowels, 2 bath towels. llardieville 16 ,pyjamas, 15 day shirts, 12 binder's, 24 slinss, 18 Krlpllon bill were featured after midnight by Inc government consent- Ing to n re-grouping of the classifica- tion of men lo be called out under the military Eci-vlce Hon. Arlhur Melghen, sollcltor-gen- sluted Ihtt In .view o! opinions sounded from all parts ot the house, that it would bfl belter and more fair to out all single uicn bslween tho afes of 20 34 Inclusive at once, thus mingling j'sleam" of the young men wllli tie "ballast'' c-I Iho older ones, the government tad de- cided to accept orlg- nally put forward br.B. W. Nesbltt, Liberal member for North Oilord. tnd o re-classify. Iho men. Instead ol oiling oul Boporaieljr-three classes In he following'order, viz., ilnsle-meu of Ihe ages 20 to 23 first, 24 lo 2S second, 29 to 34 third, theso three. cUsses would be combined and numbered class L Tliere was no reason, said Mr. Mebrhen, why ail Ihe arguments for this cUssiflcallon'dld not apply.lo Iho Kelt, three classes, numbers 4. 5 and C, which Included married men'of the same ages as those ol the single men of the three'previous.; classes..; Ac- cordingly, married, men o! the ages 20 to 34 -be grouped as cla'ss 3.. The balance of tbe" former classes, S. 9 and would :now be moved up and num- 4, 5 Aid C. 'in regard lo Ihe possible Inconven- ience and congestion resulting from the callliig up of. Ihe three classes at the government reserved tho right In making regulations left for le'm lo provide under the act, to set lllerent detes lor each of Ihe formei lasses to report for duty, upon tho Irict understanding, however, Ihat hero -would be no priority ot sclec- lon "and thai the required quota garment o Vfill be solt, spotless snowy white it you use LUX. You can make the .foamiest. lather, in liot vvelcr, with' a few ol these dainty silken little flakes, that cleanses perfectly without ruhbinf. Hence unslirunken, unthickened little Kifmc-nis that arc a delight to feel. Try baby will be sura lo ipprecUte the difference. would laken equally from each div- slon of ages. -The. first class Is now single men rom 20 to 34 years age, the second class.Is married men [rom 20 to 34 jeers of age. It Is anticipated thai he required men will bo scc- ired out of the-firs I. class called., WON'T Britut ncde, by Limited, Toronto Slid kj all (iti [nan late U4 mkitilmtt. IS REVOLUTIONARY London, July program ol the successful parly Is quite frankly revolutionary, anil-English 2nd sep- says Iho Times, commenting editorially on Iho Claro election re- sulL "There Is nnd can never bo slightest question -of cither English- men or serious Irishmen accepting liie wild program with which Ihe new member and friends won the ecat. This Is all the more reason therefore, why tho best clciuenta Ireland should Etcarllly forward ar.d review llio situation together and determine to agree. If they should fall, tho re- sponsibility (or gooil sovernment will remain where it Is today. Tho rc- [iisal lo make the clfort at this stage. would be the counsel ot sheer dcs- pair." Knapman Plumbing Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S. PHONE 1892 BAR FIXTURES FDR SALE All bar fittings and mirrors in the bar at Lethbride Hotel. Suitable for lunch counter or restaurant. APPLY J. H. LEE ROOM 16, DOMINION BLOCK St. Augustine's, 1 nay shirt, 1 pr. yjamas, 6 pillow slips, 25 towels, 3 urses' nprons, 25 slings, 1 abdominal Indcr, 2 bedside bags, 5 khaki slings, pr. slippers.' St. Cyprian's, 6 pyjamas, 1 sheet, 16 illlow slips, 32 towels, 41 slings, S bdomlnal binders. St. Patrick's, 1 pj-Jama trousers, 4 iheels, 24 lowels. Teachers, 4 pyjamas, 10 sheets, 6 pillow slips, 35 lowela, 22 slings, 6 K slinss, pillow slips, 24 towels, 43 pillow slipav'24 balll towels, 6 house- wives, u nurses' aprons. Mrs. Morris Altwood, 5 pyjamas, 12 slings, 0 pillow slips. 2 sheets, IS towels, 12 bath lowels, 2 surgeon's coals, 2 nurses' aprons, 2 pr. surgi- cal stockings; Mrs. llonlton, 1 p'yjima coat, IS slings, 12 pillow Blips, 4 sheets, 12 balli lowels, 3 nurses' aprons; Mrs. Dunk, 10 day shlrU; Mrs. McGuire, C pillow slips. 6 tow- els, 7 prs. bed socks, 5 nurses' aprons; Sirs. Wllcox, S pyjamas; Mrs. Lay- ton, 12 slings, 12 towels; Mrs. Lomas, 4 day shirts; Jlrs. McBeUC 2 suits Mesdames Patterson and Clements, 2 pyjamas, 2 day shlrls, C slings, 12 pillow slip's; Mrs. Perry 4 pyjamas; Mrs. Jlugh Taylor, 6 py jamas; Mrs. Washbrook, 17 pyjamas 13 day shirts, 3 binders; Mrs. Ward- man, 6 binders, 34 slings, 24 pillow slips, 16 towels, 6 bitb towels; Sor- osls society, Crystal Lake, 6 pyjama coals, 9 slings, 12 pillow slips, 12 lowela; Foremost women, 9 pyjamas, 0 day shirts, S binders, 24 slings, 4 K slings, 12 pillow ;slips; St. Kllda following; Is the statement of receipts and expenditures In connec- tion wilh tnc Hed Cross carnival July 2nd: First amount received from carnival Received laler Merry-go-round Cigars .1 abdominal binders, 14 khaki 'slings, housewives. Wesley church, 2 pyjamas, 9 pillow slips, 12 towels, S-slings. 4. abdom- inal binders. 7 housewives. Central W.C.T.U., 1 pyjamas, S sheels, 10 pillow slips, 14 towels, 20 surgical stockings, 4 abdominal bind- ers. Knoi, 8 pyjamas, 7 sheets, 74 tow- els, 4 slings, 1 abdominal binder. Children of Mary, 5 pillow slips, 26 towels, 1 surgical E allngs, 1 abdominal binder.' Christian church, 6 towels, 2 slrngs. Eastern Star, 6 pyjamas, Subsets, 16 pillow slips, 1 nurses''apron, 18 slings. Major Jack Iloss chapter, I.O.D.E., 4 day Ehlrls, 31 pyjamas, 22 sheets, women, C .pyjamas, day shirts, 6. binders, 12 slings; Warner women, 4 pyjamas, 4 day shirts, 12 binders, IS sllnga, 6 K slings.. Itemized Receipts Gale recclpls Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O. Major Jack Iloss Chapter I.O. D.B.................... Fed Cross room Soft drinks Novelty booth Veterans danco lied Cross einlbtt booth Entries to sports 16.01 pony................. 137.00 St. Patrick's pop corn and .peanuts'............... 34.2 Golf club 20.0 5G.S5 120.35 115.76 41.80 113.96 80.01 HUGE AIRCRAFT. PROGRAM. Washington, July The admin- istration bill providing lor a great aircraft program ai an Initial coat ol was ready today to be to the house, but Its consid- eration there Trill ncl begin unlll to- morrow. The house military rules committee yesterday .voted unan: Imously lo report the measure favor- ably after Secretary Baker and oth- ers appeared lo urge Immediate, ac- G. B. Morris................ 2.0 W. 3. Cray 3.0 It. A. Smith 5.0 Mcrry-go-ro'jnd............ 113.40 Sideshows 148.10 Total J1880.35 Disbursements Commissioner Freeman, mer- ry-co-roun3 J62.00 City Sign Works 15.00 F. W. Woolworth 47.04 Lelhbrldge Telegram 16.50 Slaccy Lumber Co 13.EC A. McDonald 1 2.00 Miss Arnold 11.00 tion. of Funeral Goods Will Not Be Increased i in Lethbridge I In an endeavor to protect you from the bTg advances In the I cost on organized Inferno. _'_ and Childrcris Shoes Looks Better LastsLonger Easy to use Best (or Shoes WHITE SHOE DRESSING -AMiUTOvi ;