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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETllBniDGli DAILY Cross Report for May T WOMKN OP LETH the following Include you have1 done for the Red CrSas why not Your help is molt WfeftUy nestled In order to present Heavy Coitte to the rooms or ftsk to finve td your 12 bed pan i 1 1 2 1 Central 2 16 face I 1 1 2 bed pun 1 10 pil 2 i 1 6 14 1 3 S 1 Irons 3 t2 5 2 12 G 2 2 pair I 2 7 1 2 2 head 1 I Children of face 2S 18 3 6 Eastern fi 10 1 6 3 12 2 10 4 3 20 pillow 5 6 bed pnn 1 17 face buttons 47 2 36 7 2 B La Seixe 3 r face 3t 21 fare 2 is 32 22 f 4 jilajor Jack Ross T 21 j y t t rt 12 7 S 7 1 4 S IS pillow 34 face n 5 3 13 8 Sir Alexander Gait t 4 1 12 2 bend US 9 1 5 4 2 Teachers nnd Young Business Wo I 1 1 4 1 trbnrtefs 12 face fi sheets 12 1 5 hand 2 4 Next of 6 4 1 2 3 Dont Until Pentecostal 4 6 12 face 3 1 2 1 2 13 2 1 10 face 24 14 1 4 head 10 5 2 23 tow S 12 9 3 2 6 bin 5 6 4 stock 6 head 11 12 face 12 Women of Latter Day 7 2 18 4 2 S 12 12 11 12 Primary Claes of Latter Day Saints 6 bed pan 12 face Protheon 1 head 10 face 12 2 1 1 12 face Thistle Sewing 1 10 3 24 8 6 3 6 10 4 ap 4 4 12 head 12 12 face 6 The following report of outoftown work shows a total of articles splendid 5 12 5 capsl 6 10 6 4 10 2 6 4 6 3 9 11 face 50 14 5 12 12 IS 6 13 2 3 2 4 23 head 8 12 face 104 6 22 Coaldale 4 12 3 4 4 7 20 8 12 12 head 12 8 handker 3 Webber 12 4 8 B 12 8 S S 1 fl 1 Sofosls Iftsdp School 1 fl 15 6 1 28 10 S apronty 2 8head ban If bed pan 2 21 fyrce i li 2 i Presbyterian Ladles MhgraMi 2 36 tow 3 fi Hi 21 11 7 ap 3 10 heafl 2 1 face 2ti 3 pr fi tow jj 4 4 14 head banrageSi 12 fi bed pnn 4 13 48 handker 2 Milk 7 3 2 socks Sleepy 2 L fi i head K 12 1 Bethel Ladies 1 I 4 2 2 6 12 face New 3 6 6 i 8 2 fi tow 2 fi head 5 24 2 4 ap 6 fi 2 2 12 2 2 stock 6 12 face 6 20 7 12 4 12 li 26 34 6 6 30 head 12 4 24 face 24 36 4 White 2 4 5 36 7 2 6 6 10 12 6 Spring 3 4 6 21 VICTORIA EDMONTM on Commission Ort field Carried Out baring Raids June Victoria Cross was last night gazetted to Canadian aged He enlisted at Kdmoutou as a private in Won the Military He was wounded in and received his commission in lie is still in Hie mother lives In McKeans party was held up in a communication treiioli by a most intene fire from and ma chine Realizing this un less might hinder the suc cess of the whole McKean ran into the leaped over the blockhead on top of the enemy and when a man rushed at him with the bayonet McKean shot him through the 4 12 towels 11 2 ward shoes 12 2 caps 6 Ts Misses Kmmerson and 12 12 6 binders G 2 shoes 4 slings 6 5 head bandages How 24 I 4 bags 6 face 4 bags 1 2 2 caps 6 15 towels 6 12 slings 2 1 3 4 head bandages 1 2 2 gowns 7 4 caps 3 2 sheets Prittard 6 6 bags Miss i 9 5 bags 12 face cloths Miss 12 5 slips 5 2 caps 24 face 5 bags 12 2 slings 6 12 tow els 15 head bandages 3 bags 12 slips 6 12 10 bags 3 12 3ti 13 i ald 3 f binders 1 4 The work done by individuals sewI Tlle following have made pyjamas ing at home is as follows Nurse 10 6 6 4 binders Con Dawson Harrison Skinner Steakley Blackburne Codd Dalrymple Rusk Sehl 3 head 6face cloths HTaylor Watson fi 12 head Dunk Pear bandages 12 6 towels 3 slings 2 5 z Aprons 2 pnau jackets Miss Aileen 6 son Walton Mesdnmes Su inner Ar nold Bowker Gawron Harle man 3 Ranille and Cross Hawkins 4 6 head j 6 towels 12 24 6 Foremost14 13 12 4 36 towels Ben fuwu J IXC 10 0 5 3 Ts BMcKenzie Spaulding 6 slips Miss Murdock 4 bags Boorman 2 i rnes ders Miss 4 G handkerchiefs 4 4 slings 12 bed pan 3 3 jackets Miss 12 handker 12 face cloths West LIN twelvt tuts If tin unctrtainty out ef Organization VjICHELJN users have studied means of produc sometimes ing and selling tires more Powible to sell Michelins at such low prices in view of the unsur expenditure that will passed quality which is in bqilt into these The answer lies in the Michelin watchword Economical Ever since Michelin in vented the pneumatic auto mobile tire 23 years tires or ser vice has been cheerfully made but every expense that would not stand this test is scrupulously Michelin engineers and efficiency experts have Economical Efficiency has enabled Michelin to supply the motoring world with better tires for less Sole Distributors for Alberta Foundry Products CALGARY ALBERTA Lethbridge Agents Bijou Motor Parlors Hall Russcl Glan ville Lothian Mercer Benson and Hunt Delay Jackson Murdock Winteris Miss Desmond Walwork Church Halworth Ward McXulty Sulli van The numbers of other pairs of socks are Art Needework consistingof Mesdames Roy Boulton i Graham Ross Simpson Francis Young Koen Hay making Hi Mesdames Burritt Browning Ronyman Clements Crawford Cunningham Davidson Downer Fiddes Garrow Horn Hoi berton Henry Hage Kenny Levie Morgan More McGregor McDonnell Mc Chire Naysmith Patterson Peart Patterson Sandbach Sharpies Scott Wel lington Walker 3 and 1 pair do Misses Kmmerson Hume Miller McLean Young Gordon 1 pair Knappen 9 of Miss of Mesdames Johnston Mott Moore Mount Miller McGregor MacKay and did all al Please notify the Red Cross office if you are willing to assist in the altering of Tho laundry report shows tides sent to the Lethbridgo Laun A total of was received in the rooms as life member active membership do nations systematic giving sale of clippings The Hoy under the direction of Roy each faithfully attended to the cut ting and selling the A large quantity of pieces are now ready to be made into mattress covers and All clippings not large enough to bo made into the above articles are sold and the money used toward purchasing new Workers are needed for eewing rug quilt and mattress Anyone willing to help is ask ed to phone Orders for finished articles will be taken at the Red Cross The boys having perfect atten dance on Saturdays Dick Fred Ewart Hod James Harry Er nest Fred Wendell Claud James Mos Douglas James Gordon Cecil Dwight Oilier boys who reported Kr nest James Art Arm George Rob John Tom Donald Albert Andy Har Ralph Harry Sin Hcrschel Ted Hilly Karl Gilbert Murrcll Roy Or ville Tavermk Claud James Reginald of Rooms body and then shot the man under neath who was struggling vio This gallant action tho capture of the McKoana supply of bombs ran ouk and while ho was waiting a further he engaged the onqmysingle On the bombs artlVihir he feailossly nishod the sectindj killing capturing four and driv ing tho remainder If Machine tun into tho des This officers dash and bravery undoubtedly saved many Fayettecounty people have od 39 French War PRODUCTION NEWS IT Juno of paper Increas ed during the f I rat two weeks in although frifcjrtiput of total print showed a The Federal Trade ConttdllUiloti today announced that total prtrtntcUon amounted 16 062 tons In the tiro weeks and that mill June were nil Increase of nearly400 more than the preceding Mai iced Im provement and shown In the amount time s Production of total print from Jan iftfy 1 to Juno 16 amounted to R13 more than tons bo I6w the output of the corresponding period last A minimum of cents ft pound for newsprint was fixed June 19 by the Federal the previous figure having been three In Its wage award the labor board declared the new scale Is based en tirely upon Increased cost of Traction Keep tab on the autos passing you with Traction equipment Almost without exception you find The Master Tire on cars whose owners take pride in their Traction is so aristocraticlooking that instinct ively one feels it is always the right tire for the car he has or the car he is going to It is almost certain if a motorist is not using Tractions that he prefers an antiskid at a lower price like Dunlop or a smooth tread like Dunlop The Dunlop gives you an excellent opportunity to select the tire you a just V Dunlop Tire Rubber Goods Limited Head Office knd Factories TORONTO Branches in the Leading Makers of HigfiCraJe Tins for all Purfxuet and General Rubbtr UNLOP TIRES A Country Without Motor Cars if you a country without motor and you have a country whose commerce is seriously The motor car is just as necessary in our daily life as the the or the It would have disappeared long as many mere fads if it had no function higher than mere Its permanent useful ness is The farmer found that it saved him time and broadened his and helped him keep his children con tented at The merchant found it widened his field of business and speeded up his The salesman found the car added to his working Business men found they could accomplish more in a working The medical profession as a whole adopted the motor if you the Allies without motor transportation attempting to fight Germany motor If you are without a motor car you stand exactly the same chance with your competitors Buy a THE UNIVERSAL CAR RtiMbont 575s Touring 770 Scdui 970 OneTon Truck 750 All IJTMM uttdtet to ww tax metyt tructt art Ford Dealers Dealer Dealer Lethbridge Warner Raymond ;