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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta T11E DAILY IlEftALP MAY 1ftI Red Cross Report for March folowlnt rtsfMjn ot Red Cross Vtotk dtmtv Mirih sown n de cided Sine tothe limiting we retllto that the boys have given eYtfrjrtlitntr They hnve set tuirie dtvatns and love and hnvfc gone over thorr to tight our Do they not deserve oursupport to the last dolktrv 1 3 8 4 altnrod 3 tugs on i but tons on i coats Centre lit 12 H Children of 0 I S 13 1 t t bed pan 10 face Eastern 17 fjtce 1 2 6 bed pan 3 2 4 buttons on pyj 30 S tapes on 7 buttons on 15 IS 1 1 trous I 1 10 6 1 2 1 2 altered buttons on S Seize 1 Major Jack Ross Chapter 1 12 2 12 bed pan Ci of 1 i S 3 3 2 fi pillow 1 2 bed pan 1 2 1 1 2 4 2 1 1 face 6 bed 7 3 6 2 9 1 15 10 altered 4 2 1 IS 3 tags on 28 1 n 7 S altered S pyji Sir Alexander GaJt Chapter pyj 3 1 4S face 3 15 9 1 I 5 10 bed pan i i 18 InWons on 11 tags on 12 i Teachers and Young Business Wo 2 3 3 30 12 1 j 7 face 12 hand 1 5 bed pan 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WWHWIHIUUIIi rGas Chalmers ZJtijwe Highgrade performance on lowgrade Quick starting even in cold Less Raw Gasoline troubles Better Smoother More miles to the fHESE are the achievements of todays This you are asked to investigate and The great Chalmers engine solves the annoying lowgrade gas Overcomes the trouble by fully utilizing the Gains mileage by turning the gasoline com pletely into Avoids raw gasoline trouble by carrying the vapor hot to the Anyone can see how this is Two Chalmers features new and essential in a time when gasoline brought about the sain in The first is a Hot The gas strikes this Vaporization is The gas becomes a highpower It is carried hot to the cylin ders through the ramshorn This manifold is smooth no sharp no There are no traps to cool and condense the So raw gasoline cannot None can be carried to the the chief cause of trouble from raw gasoline is The prqof of these features in the car Anyone can teat Todays Chalmers tells its own story of Arrange for a Drive the Get in behind the and see what the great Chalmers engine will even with loftgrade Chalmers T Stdan Toxn Catrioltt f 00 Limousin LanJaultt 00 Limouiiiu Twa Car Laxdaultl WILLIAMSON Roadster tETHBRIDGE PHONE 1546 5 2 8 6 Bethel Ladles Milk 6 12 21 4 12 ti New 8 12 pillow 12 It bin 12 24 j 1 4 pillow 2 11 6 khaki 12 12 5 Spring 2 4 3 2 12 IS 11 5 2 2 2 12 pillow 4 3 20 4 surgical 2 6 8 2 7 3 2 IS 3 i khaki 20 6 j 27 G I 4 4 12 12 pillow G 12 21 handker 6 Live Wire pillow G 13 G pillow slips G 2 socks 12 bed pan covers Mrs 4 2 12 pillow slips 6 3 j shirts 4 7 pillow 7 slings 6 i 9 face 16 bed pan j 19 6 4 pnsu 1 pyj 9 6 slings 6 1 socks 24 towels 12 pillow 32 1L handker 2 socks G 2 slings 30 pillow G sheets 7 2 slings Pry U G bags f 6 face cloths 1 26 i S Richard 1 1 1 2 j gowns G 2 4 wringers 5 G pillow slips 3 4 bed pan j covers 1 5 i gowns 2 1111 face cloths 1 12 Ts 2 j 1 2 socks i 3 6 2 socks 3 4 j 2 socks 12 j j bed pan 3 1 s 7 binders 6 towj 1 4 2 G bed pan I covers bed pan i i 2 sheets 6 gowns 4 2 j 3 binders 2 Ts 2 lj i oper gown 2 slings J 2 3 stockings 2 2 caps Cor1 G 2 5 bags i Mrs 1 3 slings i 4 3 bags 3 2 a i 3 bags i i G bed pan 3 bags j 7 slings Misses Emerson i and 4 2 oper 12 caps 4 2 2 caps 4 j Mrs 1 2 bin i 1 5 caps 2 2 j I 4 3 binders 12 2 7 2 i caps 2 4 caps 2 quilt tops Mrs 1 4 caps 2 1 1 2 3 3 4 G face cloths 3 3 C face 3 bags 12 G clgths 2 2 gowns Hickey 2 4 Ts 1 2 shirts 1 2 1 cap pillow slips Lillie G 2 bindeia 2 1 2 3 binders 2 3 3 binders G 6 pillow I bags G pillow G Ts 4 3 1 socks 7 2 i 3 1 socks 3 6 2 gowns I U pillow 3 2 2 Block ings 2 binders G pillow 6 flan 8 3 3 H 0 binders 1 3 2 3 binders 2 3 3 3 bin ders 5 1 1 I 1 2 bindJrs 6 slings 1 2 G 3 binders id 7 towols pillow 12 towels 2 socki G i 2 4 bed pan covers Handle and 4 1 1 Miss U i 4 I bags 3 1 I 1 socks I 3 G I TB 2 I 6 I Ts 4 stockings I i 2 G tcwels 4 4 baKi ti 1 Ts G 2 binders 1 aprons 3 1 3 capi 4 Ta I ojiron i 2 2 2 2 I 3 2 bluders BARGAINS AT SIMPSONS Reorganization Sale A list of real snaps for those who come out item is of special value and goods you require right 36 inch Silk and Wool Crepe de Chine for dresses and blouses in a good range of colors 3c 36 inch Shot Taffeta Colors light blue and Per 46 inch Wool Colors Russian A big snap Pure Linen extra Buy now for the Per yard 84 Pure Bleached Heavy Less than present mill 58c EXTjRA SPECIAL For Wednesday morning Three Dozen Muslin Corset Covers each for 15c EXTRA SPECIAL Wednesday Morning ALLOVER PRINT APRONS Washing good Worth for DOC LITTLE GIRLS CLOTH COATS for spring and summer Black and white Lined Neatly sizes 2 to 6 Clearing out at HEAVY HUCK Less than mill Each 20c SWEATER Girls and boys wool Splendid quality in grey and dark Sizes 3 to 10 Wednesday morning at 34 Stripe FLANNELETTES selling at 19c Not more than 12 yards to a All other lines of Dry Goods not advertised selling at a discount of 10 per Coats and Dresses 15 O son 3 2 2 towels 4 2 SQCks 2 6 towels 1 3G hand 12 socks 3 Ts 6 3 2 1 1 stocking 1 G 4 1 3 binders Miss G Those making pyjamss are as fol McKinnon Patter son Rusk Sehl Taylor Dalrymple Falrbairn Goods Dawson Hall Harrison Steak ley Palcrson Har rison LoniHs Nuvo Statako Taylor lllssutt remodelled Mathers Beaumont Dsiny Al cock Carnlll Dcnlon Sinclair Cumlng ThoHn Welworl Miss Casey Nurse Hounell Vanhorn Hendry Hammond Long Miss Towels Wceler Grier Witham Ilourns Other socks received are the fol lowing Needlework Clans Francis Hay Houl tou Roy Graham Livingston Hindursou Simpson Young Ross Williamson total Mrsdames Hall Cook Copa Cascadden Cunningham Dosse Dlckson Down ing Davis Davis Kwart Emerson Harrow Uwatldn Gurr ilalberton Hayru liage Henry Johnston Kenney Kenney Lluwellyn LuUs AlcNabb McChmi Mallen Maclictli Miller Mount Main Nel son Naismith Patching Porter Pdart Sandbuch Smith Scotl Walking Watson Jllsses Dunk Hardy McLean Young iron Knap jien Alias Picture j Whlto School District Sir Alexander Gall Chap ter donutud 21 pairs Hyssop School 3 McKay 4 and ultcr4 if Several pairs of socks were ccived again this month with no name Two quilts were complete in the Hancock made1 quilt cover and Kirk Buttonholes were made by machine on the following number of garments during February and March 344 142 by 17 aprons by The Boy in charge of have been very faithful in their work of sorting and cutting the preparing thorn for pieces for quits and strips for The boyfi distributing bags and parcels worked tlio following number of Douglan William Tom Art LOwart Harry each ro porlcd live Ralph Itobin Donald Hubert Joe Stewart Fred John Art 4 Allan Ktevu 3 Harry Sin John Dick John Hornurd Lester and John Harris Cecil Jack Sidney Hugh Wondoll Jarnus Newtoji Chan cy A total of received in tlio rooms during the as fol active as nociatu Red Cross systematic giving salo of liiiltB anil mattriss wale of I of FIGHT Successfully Beaten Off anc Probably Sunk by Gunfire of Steamer SIGNS PEACE TREATY Miiy The peace treaty bHtween Rumania and Iho Cuntrul 1owurs was nlgned yoslerday says an olfliinl disiiatch from Buch arest May fight be tween the American steamer Tidewat er and Gorman submarine on March In which tlio watt defeat ed and perhaps sunk was reported to day by the navy The departments announcement said The commander of the armod guard on the Steamship Tidewater re ports to the navy department on March about u submarine was sighted ofC tlio starboard head ing toward llm about 150 As the ahip it mlsned the sub marine by not more than twenty The U boat was then submerg The Hhips guns were brought to bear and the first shot some distance ahead of Ho pointed and fired u second shot and had what members of Iho cruw called a clean hit and was thai it WUH Tlio third shot was fired by the boatswains mate ia charge of the after guns bit ing her spotted and firing iu the poll lion Hho last submerged We ro Hiinicd our course and commenced Ktundlng by for an bill Iho did not appear We made ujl preparations for an attack but there wcro no ilgna of a GENERAL CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN May is a rumor current hero to Uie effect that Bishop Mathleu of would be tba Human Catholic prelate delegated by Cardinal Begin to be general lain of the Roman troops at Die No confirmation ot Una nowa is ;