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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY HEMALD SATURDAY, JUNE 2S>, 1918 Rtfed Cross Report for May ' to ti/k womkm of letii- 13ridg1'>-Does the followinR Inclntio vofk you have done for the . Ucd Cross? ,1C not, why not? Your liclp is most urgently nopded in order to supply the present heavy ilcmand, Come to the rooms or nsk to hnve vork sent to your homo. Baptist-4. f. binders, 12 bed pan rovers,, t caps, 1 pyj., i pneii. Jacket, 1 op. gown,.3 T's. 2 M.T.. 1 pr. .socks. Central w.C.t.U.-1 pyj.. 2 ."hcots, 6 towels. 10 handkerchiefs. Children of Murv-4 face cUiths. l's towels. Is t's. .t m.t. Christian-1 pyj. trousers. 6 face cloth.'?. � Eastern Star-4 shirts, (1 lugs. 10 pillowslips. 1 pyj.. (! towels. ?. shells-. 2 f. hinders. 12 t's. 2 m.t., 10 pr. "ocks. Knox-6 pyj.. 4 shoes. " pyj. coats. IS sheets. 20 pillow slips. S f. hinders. 12. towels, ft bed pan covers. !! h.Tml-kerchiefs. 17 face cloths, luitions on 7- pyj. coats. Iffi shirts. 2.'! apnms. l.a Seixe Circle-is abd. hinders. 3 f. hinders. 21 fare cloths. 2 .m.t. 3Iajo,r Jack Ross Ch.iptcr. l.O.n.E,- 6 hitgs. 1 cap. 1 pneu. jacket. 4 pyj.. 1 iwj. trousJers . 12 face cloths, i! sheets 12 towels. 1' wrinRor. ."> hand-Icerchiefs. 2 amp. slinBS. 4 pillo-.vslips. Ne.xt of Kin-2 gowns. t> hags. 4 f. binders. 1 p.vj., 2 pyj. coats, 3 sheets. t>o^'t Bay Until You S�6 in Wednsjday-s Herald . ig face cloths. (! pillowslips. UeheUahs- � hags. 2 sheets. 12 pillowslips. 5 T's. 2 .M. T.. 2 pair socks. St. Cyprian-1 gown. 2 amp. slings, pyj-. ~ hags. 1 pneu. jacket, 2 t. binder.'!. 2 head bandages, 1 shirt. 1 slioe. 12 handkerchiefs, 7 pillowslips, 5 towels. 7 T's. 13 .M.T.. 4 pr. socks. St. Patrick -3 f. binders. 13 pillowslips, 34 face cloths. ".' towels, a sheets. 3 amp. slings. 13 T's. S .M.T. Sir Alexander Halt Chapter, l.O.D.K. -I pyj., 4 shirts. 1 pncu. jacket. 12 fi abd. binders. 2 head bandages. 3,'N towels. 0 pillowslips. 1 f. binder, a sheets. 4 T s. 2 M.T. Teachers nnd Young Business Women- 31 bags. 47 handkerchiefs. 2 shoes. 7 pyj.. 2 pyj. coats. ;"> pneu. jackets. .">;' face cloths. 31 pillowslips. 1.") shei'ts. 32 towels. 22 f. binders. 4 amp. slings. 31 T's. 21 M.T. Pentecostal Mission-4 sheets, fi slips. 4 sing, stockings. 7 wringers. Convent-il towels. 12 face cloths. Wesley-g pillowslips. 3 sheets. 1 shirt. 2 caps. 1 wringer. 2 pyj.. 13 towels. 2 shoes. 1 gown. 10 face cloths. 24 handkerchiefs. 14 f. binders. 1 pneu. jacket. 4 head bandages, 10 Ts, 5 M.T. G. K. Club-7 pyj.. 2 gowns, 27. towels. S sheets, 12 slipe, 0 K. slings, 3 antp. slings. 2 abd. binders, B f. binders. ,"i T's, (5 aprons. 4 surg. stockings, g head bandages, 11 caps. 12 face cloths, 12 bags. Women of Latter Day Saints-12 pyj., 7 shirts. 2 gowns, 18 towels. 4 sheets. 2 K. slings. S amp. slings, 12 abd. binders, 12 caps, 11 bags, 12 handkerchiefs. Primary Class of Latter Day Saints -6 T's, 6 bed pan covers, 12 face cloths. Protheon Class-1 abd. binder, 12 head bandages, 10 face cloths, 12 handkerchiefs. St. Mar>--12 towels. 2 K. slings, 1 f. binder, 1 apron, 12 face cloths. Thistle Sewing Circle-7 pyj., 1 pyj. trousers, 10 shirts, 3 gowns, 24 towels, 8 sheets, 6 K. slings. 3 abd. binders. 6 1. binders. 10 M.T.. 4 aprons. 4 surg. stockings, 4 shoes, 12 head bandagee, 12 caps, 12 face cloths, 6 bags. The following report of out-of-town work shows a total of 2,056 articles made-a splendid record. Aden-2 pyj., 5 shirts, 12 towels, 5 abd.. binders, 8 surg. stockings, 6 caps. Burdett-2 pyj., 10 shirts, G slips, 4 abd. binders, 10 f. binders, 2 .M.T., 6 aprons, 4 shoes, C caps, 3 pneu. Jackets, 9 bags, 11 face cloths, 50 handkerchiefs. Coatdale-15 pyj., 14 shirts. gowns, 12 towels, 12 slips, l.S K. slings. 6 amp. slings, 5 abd. binders, 13 r. binders, 2 M.T., 3 t's, 2 aprons, 4 shoes, 23 head bandages. S caps, 12 pn School -7 pyj.. 1 pyj- eoat. .>> ?l\lrts, l.'> towels, g" slips, i abd. b'rfider.-". 2s f. binders. 10 T's. 3 nproniv 2 shoes. S-hend bandages. 12 bed pan covers, 2 pneu. jackeLs, 21 fvice cloths. . Mrs. C.rch. Kippcnville-3 slips. 12 T's. 2 pnr,n. jackets. g bag-. Prcsby.terian Ladies- .Vid. Magraiii - -g pyj,. 14 sbiils. : gi>wns. 3g tow-j els. :'v -sheets. ."> amp. .Jlings. lii abd. | binders. 21 f. binders. 11 M.T,. 7 ap-; rcms, 3 surg. stovkhips, 2 shoes, 10 heart bandagct*. 2 caiis. 12 face cUiths. 2g Iva^s. .-,4 handkerchiefs. :; dre iir. socks Sleepy Hollow-2 i)yj.. 2 shirts, L gowns, 12 towels, g K, slings, g head bandages. g caps, li hags. 12 handkcr-c'niets. 1 pr. socks. Bethel Ladies' Aid--'i pyj.. 1 shirt. 1 gown. 4 K. slings. 2 amp. slings, 2 aprons, g caps, 12 face cloths,! surg. shirt. . New Da>ton-4 pyj., 3 shirts. 6 slips. g amp. slings. g f. binders, S pr. socks. Ne'.niscam-3 pyj.. 2 shirts, fi towels. 2 aprons, g head bandages, 5 caps. 24 handkerchiefs, Pakowki-1 pyj,, 2 shirts, 4 aprons. C caps. g bags, 2 pr. socks. St. Kilda-2 pyj.. 2 shirts. 2 gowns. 12 towels. 2 aprons. 2 surg. stockings. 6 capjS, 12 face cloths. 6 bags., Warner-13 pyj.. 20 shirts. 7 gowns. g. towels. 12 K. slings. I amp, slings, 12 abd, binders, c, f. binders. 26 M^T,. 24 T's. 6 aprons.Jl surg, stocking.*; g shoes. 30 head bavidages, 12 caps, 4 pneu. jackets, 24 ii\ce cloths, 24 bags, 3g handkerchief*, 4 pr. socks. White School-3 pyj , 2 shirts, 4 gowns. 5 T'4, 36 handkerchiefs. Wrenth,Am-g pyj., 7 shirts, 2 gowns, C slips. g aprons. 10 amp. slings, 12 f. binders, g wringers. Spring Coulee-g pyj., 3 shirts, 4 go-,fns, 6 abd. binders, 21 f, binders. 12 T's, 12 caps, 3g handkerchiefs, 13 pr. socks. The work done by in'dividuals sewing at home is as follows: Nurse Bcnnell, 10 slips, 6 towels. g handkerchiefs, 4 binders; .Mrs. Conner, 3 head bandages, 6 face cloths; Jlrs. Cutler, g flan, binders. 12 head bandages; Mrs. ^Vnl. Harrison. 12 slips, g towels; Mrs, Hammond, 3 amp. slings; Mrs. R. C. Harvey, 2 gownsi. .", pyj,. 3 iiprons; Mrs. llanly, 2 pnau jackets: Miss Aileen Jones. 6 amp. sUngs, 5 bags, 3 T's; Mrs. Jennings, g slips; .Miss .Murdock. 4 bags; Mrs. ."McXab, 2 sheets, g abd. binders: .Miss McDougall. 4 f. binders. g handkerchiefs; .Mrs. Raley. 4 amp. slings. 4 K. slings; .Mrs. K, Skelth, 12 bed pan covers, 3 bags. 3 puou. Jackets: Jliss Solberge. 12 handkerchiefs, 12 face cloths: 7ilrs, Jas. West-brooke, g bag.i, g towels; Mrs. Ai-wood. g amp. slings. is bags: Mrs. Aiken, 4 sheets, 36 towels; Mrs. Ben- VICTORIA CROSS FOR \yon Commission On Field and Carried Out Daring Raids London, June 20.-The Victoria C'ro35 was last night gazetted to Lieut. L. 11. McKoan. Canadian Infantry, aged 30. He enlisted at Kdtnonton as a private in .Innnnry. l!il,", ^ind won tljc Medal, lie was wounded In lOli'i and received his commission in -May. 1!U7. He is still in Crance. His mother lives in Calgary. Lieut. McKean's party was held up I in a coniiiiiinication trench hy a most ; inteii^e fire from greiSades and ma-elilno guns. Uealizing this block, unless de.iiroyed. might hinder the snc-, Winteris 24, Miss Kerr, Flan, hinders-Jlesdaiues Desmond I': Walwork 2, Church 6, Halworth 12. Ward 6, M.T,--Mesdames .McXulty T,, Sullivan 2, The numbers of other pairs of socks are: Art .Xeedework Club, consisting -of .^lesdanles Roy 2, Boulton 2. Jones-1. ! Graham 1, Ross 3, Simi)son 3, Francis I 1, Young 1, Koen 1, Hay 1, making K; pairs, Mesdaines Burritt 2, Browning 1, Bonyman 1, Clements 2, Crawford 2. Cunningham 2, Davidson 2, Downer 2, I''idde,s 1, Garrow 3, Jas, Horn 20, Hol-herton T, Henry 2, Hage 1, W, G. Kenny 3, Levie VG. Morgan 1, 'jlore 1. .McGregor 2, McDomreU 2, Wm. Mc-Clure 4. R. Xaysmlth 2, Patterfion 1, Peart 1. R. E. Patterson 3, Sandbach 20. Sharpies 3, W. S. Scott 2, Wellington 2, D. Walker 3 and 1 pair donated, Yates 2, .Misses Kmmerson 1, Hume 2, Miller 2, McLean 2, Young 1, .Mrs. E. Gordon 1 pair wristlets, Knappen 0 pr. sock.s. .Mrs. Temple, of ],>amont, 1, Jlls� Sodor, of .Maybutt, 5, .Mesdames Johnston 2, .Mott 2, Moore 1, Mount 1, Miller 1, .McGregor 2, Mrs. Chas. MacKay 1, and did all altering. Please notify tho Red Cross office if you are willing to assist in the altering of socks. -* Tho laundry report shows 1,003 ar-. tides sent to the Lcthbridgo Laundry. .�\ total of $.")2.10 was received in the rooms as follows- life membership $2.'), active mombership |2, donations $1.^, systematic giving $5, sale of clippings $5,40, The Hoy Scouts, under the direction of .Mrs. W. P. Roy have, each week, faithfully attended to tho sorting, cut-ling and selling of the clippings. A' large quantity of pieces are now ready to be made Into quilts, mattress covers and rugs. All clippings not large enough to bo made into the above articles are sold and the money used toward purchasing new material. Workers are needed for .eewing rug fitrips, quilt and mattress pieces. Anyone willing to help Is asked to phono Jlrs. Roy, 1038. Orders for tl(i^ished articles will bo taken at' the Red Cross rooms. The boys having perfect attendance on Saturdays are-Kd. Skinner, Dick floultry, Fred Brett, Kwart Hod-ginH, James Kergin, Marry Ford,' Er-noHl I'iynn, Fred Holmes, Wendell .McRae, Claud .McGuIre, James Mos-sey, Douglas Roblson, Wm. Hay, .Lames Dotigall, Gordon Wilson, Cecil Craig, Dwighl i'altorson. Other boys who reported are-Harry Taylor, Ernest Vines, James I''o8ter, Art Arm-Bworth, George Armsworth, Rob Park, James Bawkor, John Jamloson, Tom Parks, Donald .McVab, Albert Friston, Alex, McQueen, Andy Gordon, C. Harrison, Ralph llohlnKon, Harry Sinclair, Herschel Stover, Ted Jones, Billy Alexander, Karl l.'roiiser, Gilbert .Murrcll Wright,, Roy Ursonbach, Or-vlUe Fairfield, Taverock .MarVs, Claud (I'Leary, James Adams, Reginald Bernard, J. Hbblnson, J. Church. Mrs. W. P. Hicks, Sunt, ol Uooma "Traction"-The Aristocrat .it! ^ Keep tab on the autos passing you with "Traction" equ^ment. Almost without exception you find **The Ma^er Tire'* on cars whose owners take pride in their . possession. "Traction" is so aristocratic-looking that instinctively one feels it is always the right tire for the car he has or the car he is going to get. i ^ It is almost certain if a motorist is not using " Tractions" that he prefers an anti-skid at a lower price like Dunlop **Special," or a smooth tread like "Dunlop Plain." ^ The Dunlop Line gives you an excellent opportunity to select the tire you want-at a just price. Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co.y Limited Head Officei'knd Factories: TORONTO Branches in the Leading Cities.. Makers of High-CraJe Tiras for all Purpoaet and General Rubber Speciallies. A, ^.00 DONLOP TIR A Country �/ithout Motor Cars IMAGINE, if you can, a country without moftor cars, and you have a country whose commerce is seriously crippled. The motor car is just as necessary in our daily life as tho telephone, the telegraph, or the railroad. It would have disappeared long ago, as many mere fads do, if it had no function higher than mere pleasure. Its permanent usefulness is recognized. The farmer found that it saved him time and money, broadened his life, and helped him keep his children contented at home. The merchant found it widened his field of business and speeded up his deliveries.^ The salesman found the car added to his working territory. Business men found they could accomplish more in a working day. The medical profession as a whole adopted the motor car. Imagine, if you can, the Allies without motor transportation attempting to fight Germany motor equipped. If you are without a motor car you stand exactly the same chance with your competitors? Buy a Ford. AUt)n�4t�ubjtetlowrtaxdiari>4e,txee9ttruelatmdekae>t$ THE UNIVERSAL d CAR . Chaiiia  � . Runabout  ^ 575) Touring '  595' Coup* t'^:^ m < 770 Sedan . -'t 970 One-Ton Truck 750 F. 0. B. FofirOnU Ford Garage, Dealers -A. P. Veale, Dealer -Z. N. Skouson, Dealer - Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond ;