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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAKCII 2, 1918 HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN i ^1 The food drink without a feiult Made of high grade cocoa beans, skilfully blended and manufactured by a perfect mebhanioal process, without the use of-chemicals. It is absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is deli7 cious, the natural flavor of I the cocoa bean. The genuine bears 'this trade-mark and is made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Umited. Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. ' AGREATAUDIENCE isEts miAvsRys  ,---- V Wonderful Musicians Gain in Popularity With MuHi>*"�: > �   � ? CLUBS AND SOCIETIES > � : � : : : : * ? : : ? 4 * PERSONAL IMlss iMadgc HamiUon. night Hnpci'-Intondent ut Onll hoBpital returned yesterday from a two months' liolldny spent in Florida. TKc young peo|ilrpKre43 is being mali.rainod. Is there arjy logic in buying something" claimed to be as g^ood as the ORIGINAL Dandruff Germ Destroyer? ^ Insist u^nHERPICIDE AppUwtlonii It the Iwtlcc barber shopa Guaranteed by TI>o Herplcliie Co. Sold Everywhere SPECIAL AGENTS, J. 0. Hlglnbotham � Co., Ltd. Mrs. M. .Metheral, of Woyburn, Saak., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, tor the past two months left this morning for Foremost where sho will visit with her son Mr. .T. T. Metheral. V : : RED * ? : � :� ;. .;� .> � �  v  CROSS NOTES ^ ? � * ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER  W6Waiit You IEl you are under iKfr impirtss- ^ |ion whethe;!: from ydu]if;.pwn experience or^jthat recountecj to , ypu by friends, that the average tderttaliapiBraitohij js ^jiMi|cii:^yant';tp talk to^ because, we KNdW that you will be interested in what we have to say. ' ' Our applioatlon of modem' ..painleaB methods in dentlatry has driven ^I) terrol' fi-oni the dental chair. r . '. ^v. ' DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. Drs. Bruner, Richards and F^flsoh Ott Bli^, 4 Door^ fro^ tethMseHoiel, Ulkbrili>� LETHDRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E, EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRftTALL BLOCK Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes entertained Master Fred's Sunday School clans on Thursday evening.    Miss Kva Howard, of Maybnlt, is visiting Mrs. Fred Kenny over the week-end. . ..  / Mr. and Mrs. D. Baker and daughter, Virginia, returned yesterday fron� a ten weeks' trip in North Dakota. The distinction of being possibly the first Reglna woman to be "mentloped in dispatches',' belongs to Miss Uawrle Stewart; the well known golfer, moni-ber of the Regina Golf-Club'for several yeaft. . ' Miss Stewart waa mentioned in dispatches Iqst December by General Haig for, brave conduct shown during an air raid ,ma(le by the'enemy on'u. hospital in Franca. )T)ie raid took place at night and Miss Stewart, clad .only in scanty night clothing, assisted it? getting tlie patients from the hospital to a place of flatety, returning when hei' 'work ot rescue was accomplished and completing her.tpilet The hospiliil aifcording to inforraation recently, received from England, waf : > , The Sir Alexander Giilt Chapter of the I. O. D. IS., acknowledge the receipt of 734 pairs of socka from Fleetwood sqhool duriiiK. February. Grades VII. and VUI, 111 pairs: Doris Morrison 3, Rhena JlcQution 1, Constance Matli-ers 2. Annie McVoan 2,"Oardtt See bloom 1, Emma llolllday 1. Mary Scott 3. Alice Ueaton 1. Phyllis- Hatch Mary Watftlns ;i. Grace Johnston Bessie Smith l!:ana Scott i. Orennar Hansen 2, Eunico 'Coiinor 1, Mary Archibald 1, Uortha: Hunt 1. ' Grades V. and Vr.. 35 pairs: Helen Schumacher 5. Cladys Bajtlett 3, Ethel Kiith . 2i George ,)ohnsi!on 2, Luella .^OArle 1, Kathleen Symonds 1, Douglas Robinson I, Kathleen Cull 1, Doris Kipp 1. Irene Brooks 1, Jennie Lingard 4, Doris Trellviiig 3, Princess Rhodes 3, Frank Alexander 1, Lome Nicholson 1. Viola Miller 1. Bertha Miller 1, Eric Treliving 1, Laura Frache 1, Grace Bartlett 1. Kathlyn Porter 1. ' Grades IV'. and V.,,,"1." pairs: Norone Arnold 1, Sidney Bourns 3,. Leslie Bartlett 1, Rachel Bishop I, Lillian Bourne 1, Norniun Brooks 1, Connor 1, Bmll Elvert i'. Lilly HUH l.xCassie Marshall 1, Campbell McVean 1, Ernest McDowol 1; Gertie Odmurk 1, .John Dougal 1, Lenfi Forbes 1, Helen Jurg-ens, i, Enrlo JlcGregor 1, Etta McVean 1. Jjawrenco Specif 1, George �Powell 1, Kathleen, Parry 2, Lilli!in Fudor 3, Amy I i, Jerry Tud-or ii^ Amelia Wakellti 2, .Tack Uandle i.' Grades lir.,aml IV..,25 pairs: Kath loon iMuggins 1, Joan Robertsou 3, Lot win�-colOttred velvet and a Clack hat ^^'"''^ ^' Mossey 1, Muriel PAthoa the apectitUy written message by Sir Art|iar PIpera ,and the nmnn-. script was iiHctloned later by Mr. Robey lor �1,^3Q.Hpv'� that 'or a record',' CoiiHrih JiV(B' ; iiulokfy Mniteftt^inaryljr Jt inore iipmca in; llie United Canada,than any atlier couah .The wa.r .it takes,h6W pf r" eoneli, .Bivlrig immediate couBh .remedy that ahoul' bandy in ovary nomp, to.tise iRn of a cdttpli, niaht or day. .. -fiUjn (sranulati;fl,5 e(?nt.8 and vou have 16 ounoci bl:tliO' most effpctlve romcdy vou cvui >^IHpquick.'Jastin* r�llef you ..... thft .;xcollont couRh syrup vlll really Surprise .vou.; it ororngtlrtAals the |nr flamed mc�lw�nc� i^*''* throft- tlSae^'Joosenr ?Jie phlc^m?^�S5 wqn, ybur couKh: stops entirely, eplcnaid for hronohltls. croup, wligop. Ina (PURlii and hrpnchial tthma. *^'"i**."(t'� '''�'�'.v.:eoncojitr�tcavcom. poijnil of'>'Qr\vay pmo !Bstr��t, .jind'lB fafoous th�>oria over for ttrifeallna tflcct on t'uD inombranos.. \,' - > , . lo avoid disnpiwintmcnt ailc ^or ''m ounces of Pi��i� With full direc-tioo^ and, don't moral wiytUluK olvf. A iruaruntco of abiolutQ sa.tUlactlon or Boncy vrmi>t}y TSJB5''p*,P��9 >vJt}i,-, hroai ROUND UP DEFAULTERS ' IK SASKATCHEWAN i Regiuu, Mar. 2.-Information has beeii received that a squad of Dominion police will come to Saskatchewan probably next week to assist In rounding up defaulters under the Military .Service Act.  -1 GENERAL ITEMS * : : o The concert at Knox church last night was a rare musical treat .ihd every number given was keenly appreciated by the very large audience which greeted the Chemlavsky trio on their return to Lethbridge. The artists were most'generous with their encores. � >a * * :� �> GALT HOSPITAL,. � ;l TlJe report fdr the Gait jjespltal for the luontU of February; 1018, Is as fob Tows: " ���� ' � Number of patients in hospital r..'begtnning month ,'......1..... 48 Admlttancoa during month...... 94 142 .^ulnber of patients ' dlBCharged �fi during inonlh .......... 79 ')()oathB during the month ......., 8 'Number of patients in hospital at Ilip end of month V;...,,-..... 55 ,142 48 r.8 55,$ Luv^rest nutiihor during month ;|Fllehe8t number.durlng month Wily average during TOohth . Number ot hospital dAys fpr priv- .'n-ate patlenta....... .i. 425 Number ot hospital days for ward , uatlenls (free) ..... ..';... 138 Number of hospital days tor v^ard patients paying . .j; .1002 Total nunibor ot hospital'Uhys for ; " ' the month.........,. i,...:. ,1565 Number of operations under gen ..'eral, (tuaeathoalt*- ......v.,. r.g .>}iH))ber ot oppratloui* ^mider local; S or no anaosthQalu............. i;} ^umber ot patiouts treated in out !) ddor department,,. ...... i .lumber ot drosBiimtj^lia,tr�!at- monta In outdoor (leimninont .. i /cTicient School Night Scl While our Day School remains opou all^ summer, our Night Bohobl/closes Juijo' 30, lor two moiftbs. Arrange to enlir on Monday nuxt, March 4, and j^ou will hav�. time for a full Four Months''' Course. ' . _ '�" �"; . SUBJKCiTS . , Shorthandi Typewriting, < Boole-ko�ping, Arlih'm'ttic, L�t