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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN' im UAILT FRIDAY. MAY "11. 1917 Reports Given to the Methodist District Meeting Tbo ar.Qual ot of the Lcih- should fsel losiwiitit'lu 'Inforiua- brldge disnia of "the Mcihodwljfcn wsardhis vio'.aiUnw as he. wuuU Church was held In AYesley church M" of oiticr tucb a, rob- Vvedccsuav mu Ml auJ murder. pWnt'and most oil The riciv will to in the lav rerrcmnailves, also Uev. A. toreis July 1st new ihcn Uarner, missionary s-jr-crinieudcDi. will tv n crime P .n >h- Rev. G. II. I'obWoJick. chairman of 1 BMi; nionihe (He dSsitk-i tirvsidod BIV! Kcv. fl. a J ;f he will'.uu leh k balance. March 31, Cash balance March 31. 191T secretary and Kev. J. M. V d r V secretary. '-Ul-'-. Thiee of the five probationers al- fJ (ached 10 the district aro on military service, viz.: Gyrtle I- llafcor, Albm Harding and James A, The other two aro at The Liquor Act. boards. increase ji.SSS; Min- OD Wednesday, nev F. H. Gold of jjierEal support iucreaso, tho Attorney CeuersVs Department j Brand lotal, itcr addressed the meeting ou ito JO ,501. JU.; I 3. an increase Aid, Increase M lies Trustee JiCOALDAIMS. Our cxpcndiimvs provided gn'ccr- s (or r.ii average o( 15 (aiullics per iwllk for ti families. Iresh iiieal (or 11, lueUMuo lias been (or 17 patieais. custard, eve., for 14 UCK boots [or 11 fblhlren ami woiurUi new unrterwwr for 17 children. IIPW wunu lied diHhss ufro dunaicd to Tor 7 liuen lor 9 Cvinillca, reni was tor a widow wllli suinU chU- Jre 11 for 2 inouLhs, fur auouvpr woman whose MIS in Jail and' her- si-If In health, for ouo mouth; Many Visitors Present Had Fires Our o le. Hay Order ot bill WHS itiid for another poor faui-ilhe Knsfcru Star, chapter, lly one small nas stiivc WBS all gave tlie'r annual banquet -M0H- ihe hvai ihey bad during the voidest [day evening. A number o( djys of last winter, lloari) wad i fi from slsler ledges wero prcs- (or one week for an old maw dlsdiarg-jtnt frotu l.othttrttgc, Coalhuret. Coin- ed from (he liospl'.iL but still unablo Amerce and other glares. A mpst en- 10 wort; two niphls liad been speulou time was spent until the liem-lu's ac (be C.p.X. station lore he la Ho te now .Messrs. Lancaster ami Paulson, Ing gardi'iiiiiG and ether odJ Jobs purchased a -aw Ford, whlct jerfSug along fine. The item of worfe i arrived the first of.tlsa week. II In our statement is wade up by llie-te of great service lo Ihfiii la look' sending 01 women lo siay In homes after Unlldiug U where ihe coiher is ami caiuwt this district Ibis summer. They are I '10 left alone, or where there are. small. ccgRgcd at a, considerable amount IliE ot Ihc Liquor Act. In tile last I Tho number of prejcliin? lilaces l> -l-.Udrcn. Ilie washing to be done work ol Chin at Hie present time.' weeks convictions have Ijeen'L'i. Tlicre arc 15 SlillJay wilh secured while fn ihe tet j nifiol'i-rs, ft nliwii -'1 have uu- monihs of 19te die coniictions iteJ Ih? ci.urc'.i ilse year. were 413 end the fines Tbe rcduciloa in crime has been per cenl. The enforcement Is noiv lo Ihp hnnds of the Provincial Police, who nave oalv meu, ihe Mount- ed i'olii-o hsrt 300 and every have raised Kcv. J. U. t'rancis was lo tbe house cleaned uu. also paid: has compleU for tuo sawins and splllling of rail- j ,hc pajmins of land's and roid lies before sending Itiem oul to j warehouse Is am ni work JUilnl. wheic there was no man to do] nl the Van ColonJ.. Lund and Sous have l of platform scales at. the ___.... ,._......._ li. SIOTCS have been bought for two iho f-ialionins commiltee along with i one new, the other second j ihe chairman who is a ex- (liand. and Hip coal bought was during of'icio. Rev. J. M. KawcctT is strike when the city mine could not supply ihe demand. In addition to this coal iieni, IS loads were de- livered by the city at our request and j IS loads of ivoort were sent ojul Irom] the'mission. Water rates have Ereeu uMd for IS lamilics. Two homes-were J burnt out during the yenr where n-ej ero able to fit out tho' ruolhers and tl Annual report ol I.eiabrCdge Wom- en's Relief Society and Nursing Mla- cloii, March 3lf ClassHication of Patients. Obstetrical (moiberi) Obstetrical ibabies) Post operative care Surgical cases Fractures------ S Jlassagc a Medical. Typhoid ll Jlheumatlsm l TvauTd be cicscl to is an ad- vantage to many of the children. To seme hare supplied tlie medicines prescribed lor them, provided milk ur dpcclal nourishment Tor ojhers, and in one CASQ v.'hero a child was (ound to very defective eyesight, glares yjwere supplied. Thse art only a few inslJincps of how our work tits in with. the school nursing. This to us we have had wort come scmed out of our vcar we ha1 that at llrst Pleurisy Kczema Gall Stones line. That Is with delinquent 1 [They were too old to come under the j Children's Ehcller and much too j young to be- leCt without help or pro- One girl was found ill in n houEC down town. She lia.l west end of tbolr. slore. These oro coDveolenllv arranged so thai is inside and can seen through o irlndow from outside. TbTSS arc matins everyone j fc d ld Oankll3 llvluc lu the apartiutnU yver I IIP 1 out nl ball pmcllce nf urly every utgut> but uol Ui as I "Ufo numbers as could bo t'teu the so oil I tig rush li over Ihoy 111 probully bavo more tltiiq [or The -Mitchell Nursery a rorce T about twfuty men at work hand- their orders. They arc volume of business la year. Mlsi O. P. MrCoruilck LKK return. I from Lclhbrldge hospital and Is Elowly but surely.. Church Union. At Ibe close ot (Uo service on Sun. evenlus Ihe subject of church, union was discussed by the coup re ion. The majority of opinion iressod was lu favor of Ihe union and n ballot will shortly Le by the members or the nulling bodice. Tho preieul [laslor Is ar. ideal one for uulon church, being broad enough n wlud to.look for tho larger goixl raibcr than Ueuomlualioual advance- The Udics' Aid met this at llie home of Mrs. A. I.. Drown. Rev. J. M. Ftowcctt at Leth- Wge two days this vreeX atleunlng Ihe district meeting of tlio ch.uri'h. A Hllle c.xcltfmcnt VI'AS caused on Saturday night vrhcn a team belong- ing to Mr. Uernol, oue o( our new settlers ran away. Happily, however, no dimagc was done. Several more new tractors Jiavo been unloaded here. Messrs. Hart, and Dcmot being some of the imrchasers. Fire did n considerable amount ol damage to the Mitchell Nursery on Wednesday afternoon. It Is believed to have been started by a C, I1. H. each child's slocking contained some article fll nice clothing as well as toys, books, fruit and candy. the Cnrlslmas fund for -which we are indebted to the Herald, who started n "Good Fellows' Fund" early In De- cember, and to which the public so generously responded, this work would have been impossible as we bad no other fund we could draw upon. Paralysis Tuberculosis Tousillliis BroDChiils pyscnUy 'Endorardilis Grippe Cancer Epilepsy Unclassified Total patients C7 nallcnts rccelvcfl paid full. tee: I 13 aba. 107 patiehla 'received, S22 calls and "paid part tee. U7 jiatients received 1298 calls and RECEIPTS .Bank balance. March 31, 1916 J36.41 Number "of friendly and relief balance Mar. 31, 1915. 1C.5G 75G i Cash received from Mar. 31, therefore wlsli lo extend to them our very hearty thanks and also who sent their contributions to us direct. no money and a younfj man, who pos- ed as her friend, had obtaiued the room for her. One of our nurses j Our gratitude goes out also to those happened to be away on her holidays, jwho this year helped to make our or-_ so we .tad a room free. moved j ganizsiloii more useful, lo those who! ber to, ihe mission, where siie had i have responded to every nui 353 red in this vicinity recently, for the prompt aclioh these nave resulted .disastrously m nearly cverv- case, Morley Young of the University o Alberta, was a visitor al tho parson age H few days ago. Mr. Dodinger, clerk in fund's store moved his wile and child to the village from Lethbrldge. They an Hard to Drop Meat? All depends on what you eat ncdical attention and sood care for I special need has ever beeu mentioned eight .days. was then found for her and she was placed in a re- spectable home. Five cases in all dealt with and helped ivheu bey 'most "needed it.; The nurses resiElrj1 has been kept up and is thcl connecting link between graduate nurses [or prirafc ilufr srid-lhe curfes TTDO are off duAy 'ffbni' lime" 'to 'lime. and men for day's work also forms a big Kern in oHr day's rou- tine." but oCTcrs have been made 1o suoply what was laektog. Wti wish to Ihank the commis- sioners, the police department, .the and Ihc doctors for llipjr co-operation and kindly liitcrest. and we welcome susijestlons at all llmos tend to. .better .ejthor-czr system or-our work. "'7 (Signed) A. M.'TILLEY, I Sunt. of .cal.ts. Xuraber of office calla 17S7 I Xumbcr of school calls -SS lilt, (d.'.Mar. dj, 1517 1453.65 0535 at .Total calls........... Kamber of hours spent 'school................... 3L'i> calls for outside nurses supplied S3 Dumber of calls for women for day's wort supplied 504 calls lor men for .day's work supplied 1-3 .Number of calls for rualis sup- Oplled JJumber ol calls for tann help Work oT Mtssion. __ The work of the Mission during the Uvery- past year baa been exceedingly var- Telephone ted. At the beginning ol the year the j ]lenl................... XVphold epidemic had not subsided j and extra norsea had been provided {goal-................... J1712.65 EXPENDITURES. Grocer'es Milk..............-...... Boots Bread lat....................... Stamps Work Office supplies GPE Medicine and drug supplies.. Board to take care Ihe andUIoual pat- regular "betng ort our staff at that time. "It will be noticed usual it la tfie free paiiontd'who have received (lie greatest number of calls and re- quire Ihe most It must be remembered that 6U- jacL ot_our association Is1 the furnish- f ing of traln'ed nursing care In the homes of those-who olherwise could I not procure 11, consequently a very large proportion of our woilt Is car- ried on at a loss, this loss being cov- ered by the voluntary contributions of our citizens, and the greater the usefulness ot our association becomes and the more Ihoroughly H meets the object for which it wag lli'n greater will also be this margin ij[ loss. stems .to be a tendency on the part bf some to thtak (hat because wprk is plentiful and llmts belter (han lliey were (firce year3 ago (list the mlslon is not a necesaity. and II they codtrlbute Uielr money Ja given ralght be done Ih'at tho XurzhiE -Mission was organ- ized eight years ago al a lime when LelhhrMge booming, and yet Ibpse nilh a larger vision for our peo- plfe's welfare saw the need of sycli nn IntlHuUonl, and surely its work in these eight'years tiaa Juatlficd Its es- lEitnce. We etill do the nursing (or Ihc eick policy liqldors of the Metropolitan Ir.Buyance Co. Some of these would be frfie patients, othcrB might try lo get .alonfefT themselves were it not for the sdvanlagea given them by this com- pany who pays us a small fee for each visit, made, Tho Gchaol nursing has also been our regular the '.exception of.about months, Trticn permanent school nurse was engag- aHerwnrda rejlgncd, [ho coming lo us. thla work has rjeen done.on H much more elnboraln scSlfi lhad :formerly ami one perfion'e full ttmc.: We are dellghic-ii to nftVp this apart Irom Ihc finWchtl returns, It gives ua an on- Iriibce Into.many hbmca where we can fcc of' otlicrwlso Cartage Stoves Kxtra Nurne ___ Water and "llghl 37.23 'J50.CJ 102.7S 30.33 11. P5 7.50 7.00 10.02 6.00 i.oo .85 10.00 .55 31.45 0.75 30.00 no .00 153.20 SEEDING IN SASKATCHEWAN Saskatoon. Sask., May. seeding at JlcGee Is prnclirally. fin ished and niany farmers are sowing oats and plowing for flax. Some lin was up Tuesday last. The acreage, is oLl equal to'last-year. "Wheat seeding will be completed al the University farni tomorrow ,anU Dean Uulhcrford o[ the college po[ ag- rtcnjture, is most pplirnislic regarding the" outlook... EDMONTON BANK CLEARINGS Edmonton, Slay clearings for the week tolal it- 11 IS I -I Slept them right with a SNOWBALL ICELESS i: REFRIGERATOR s time to You may be eating the wrong foods, foods that cost most and give the least nutriment. e d (te d Wiieat BiscBilicontains more real, body-builditiE nutriment, pound for pound, than potatoes and costs much less.! Two of these Biscuits 'with milk and a little fruit make a nourisnihg' a 'cost -of a few cents. Shredded Wheat your "meat." A satis- fying breakfast on which to start the day's work. It is i ready-cooked and ready- to- eat. Made in Canada. Splendid Values Offering for Saturday at Simpson's "'I Stockl throughout the Store are in splendid condifidri for big business ASSORTMENTS AI5E LARGE. QUALITIES RELIABLE ALL AicE PRICED AT A REASONABLE FIGURE. Girls'WASH DRESSES in dozens of pretty styles, moder- ately priced. A x D and Tempting -crisp lo the in ihe ihal'a Biscuir Tbe.Viddies love ihtse plain, sotufl ccdaa, and sodoihegrovm-LipsI In Packages Only, GBAHAMWAFE5S help tfie cbUdren build bone and muscle, North-West Biscuit Limittd r.DMONTOM Al.TA. FISH DOWN IN PRICEf FOR TOMORROW t Vi'c arc able to offer yon the fol- lowing- first (jiiaiitj fish at ilicsc figures inmorrovr: I't'csli (Frozen) 1QC .Sinelfs, A full line Fresh Killed South- ern Alberta Kaiscd'Mcats. Oelanys Limited Phone 452 GIRLS; GINGHAM DKESSKS In checks, 'stripes end also plain Glughnms and Chambraya." For oges 2 16 5 years. GIULS' GIXCiUAM WSESSKH A Wg at llils price in many styles and colorings for girls 3 lo C years ot age. GIRLS' GINGHAM DKKSSKS Xcat paUcrns in uialila stripes; also small checks of gooj quality, fast color ginghams, for ages S to H years. GIRLS' FAST COLOR GINGHAM DRESSES A dcien or more tliffGrcut styles and colorings at Hits price. .N'catJy mwlp uj) antl Irirnmeil, For ages S to 16 ycara. Children's Hats IN AN ENDLESS VARIETY NOW, READY FOR THE WARMER WEATHER. Linen, Duck and Crash Soft Hats for HUIe Trices SOc.'-Hkv iind .'.............1. 7.x- Ifo.v.s' Straw Hats, 50c, 7.5c, -lil.OO 'Little Girls' Faixy Hats, 75c Little Girls' Straw Mo, aiiit............. Sjil.50' IJifj; Hoys' Straw anil Tweed Hats, Hig Panama and Slraw llats, trimmed and uiitrinuiicd. up IF VOLT REQUIRE HAT3 DON'T OVERLOOK SEEING 'THIS DISPLAY OF LIDS. WE CAN FIT ANY HEAD, Fine Hosiery Bargain FOR THE WEEK END 'BLACK SILK HOOT HOSE 30c This !s n H-omlecfnl vnluo and cannot he re- when thla lot IK dlaposcd of. About ten hi the Jot. Black only. In sizes S'rfcr H, nml IP.'Per pnlr LITTIJv BOYS' WASH SUITS Middy, Huslcr, and Norfolk olylca, Also Jfntnl rf.-irV pretty washing malcrlnln, r'or boys 2 to 7 years, UanRlng In price from up to per suit G111L8' SAT11EN ItLOOMIiUS V -45c- '.f Clinic from extra heavy Insl dye liCtiztia 4.lo 12 years, hargaln Real Bargain in Pongee Silk 'THIRTV-THREE INCHES WIDE. Four liniulrod yards of Natural Pongee. IJoiiKhl a year ago the great advance in prices of .silks of every kind. On sale Saturday at per yard The actual value is 7'w. THE SIMPSON CO. Limited ;