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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'HlinSDyVY, MAY 23, 1018 ruK r.ETirnRFnr.K daily m-nALo Red Cross Report for April WANTED - MORE RED CROSS WORKERS! Tlin (Icmaml Cnr sup-plIiiH wiiH uovor grnalpr. Tlio lollow-liiK report. bIiowk a Rood rncord of milof-town work, (hum by wpmeu, iiiniiy of wliom arn uapucially hiisy Willi farm work JurI. now, whllo a do-t'Uli!{l (iocrouao )� sliowii In tho anioimt oC work fs, 2 amputation slliigs,' 1; pair socks. SoroslH Society of Hyssop school- 6 pyjamas, 41 flan, binders, 1 T, � 5 M. T., 12 face cloths, G bed pan covers, 4 gowns, 1 pair socks. Magrath i^reahyterlan badlcs' Aid ^2 pyjatnas, 1 pyjaina trousers, 1) Tlan. binders, v6 caps, 12 'fs, C M. T., J8 i)lIIow8)lps! 6 bed panN covtjra, 2 Kowna, 1 sling, lil handkerchiefs, 3 amputation slings, S wriiigors, � surgical stockings. S' pair'socka, and a largo bag of work sent to Calvary. .ManyborrloB-B shirts, 4 pyjamas, IS bindars, 2 flan, hinders, 12 townls, 14 caps. G T'.M, .'J amputation slings. 22 face,cloths, 4 iuirgical .stockings, 1 Ko�ii. '50 hanrliforchiofs', 18 luinrtlcor-chiefs donated, 12 ,wl'' fi0(-ks, .Milk lllver-1 shli'ts, :> pyjamas, 1 liyjama trousers, 2 aprons, P flan, hinders, 2 caps. 17 T'a, 3 amputation Kllnga, G � pillowslips, 8 pair socks. Bethel Aid of Milk River-"> shirts, 4 pyjamas, 2 aprons, I'-i flau. binders, 4 't"s, fi M.T., 2 sheets, 10 pillowslips, 2 gowns, (! ,Biin'ss,,4t; hanjkorchiefs. Now Dayton-12) binders, 7 flan, �bimler.s, 6 bags, 36 Ts, r. M.T., 14 pillowslips, 4 -g(iwnBi 1 pair socks. Pakowkl-2 pyjamas. 4 bags, 4 caps, G bed pan covers, 4 pair socks. Warner-12 shirts, 10 pyjamas, 2 oprons, 2 flan, binders, 24 caps, 3 M, 'v., 12 face cloths, 4 wringers, ;; pneumonia ja'ckete, G ward slioes, S surgical stocking, G bed pun covers, 4 g(jwns, G sllugsf 16 handkerchiefs, 4 pair socks. �ii. M'arner-2 pyjamas, G flan. bindorH, � M.T., 4 sin-glqal stockings, 2 giiw-na, " High school Girls-12 tlan. Vilnders, G M.T., 33 face cloths, SS handkerchiefs. ('onvont-VaBhbropk-4 binders, G towels, 1, t,"G" idllpwsKpa, G.gowns. IJaptlat-1 pneumonia jacket, 3 flau. bllldoTB, 3 'sheets,, 1 pyjama, 1 gown, 6 i)od pan cqvers, G face cloths, 3 sllngB, 4 t:s. Children of Mary-S flan, binders, 3 t's, 'g'm.t,- .- ,  . Central W, C. T. U.-1 pyjama trousers, fi ba^s.B face-cloths, 2 flan, hinders, 4 sheets. �' Christian-1 flam binder, 1 p.vjama, G bod pah'covers, 8 pillowslips, 1 T. Eastern Star-3 bags, T> face cloths, ,T sliaetB, 4 pair socks, I'paeiimoula Jacket. XT. O. C. Cla.'is-6 towels, buttons (in 8-shirts. Knox-1 cap, 1 sling, 10 pyjamas, ^1 pyjama tronsora, 10 towels, 12 bo(l pan covers, 9 sheets, 1 ward shoe, 1 apron, 2 t's, 2 m.t, buttons on 43 coats, ,18 shirts, 11 aprons, yija Selio Cer(3le-2 sheets, 24 handkerchiefs...... Major Jaclr Ross Chapter I. O. D. 10.-IG flan. blnd(srs, 8 sheets, 7 pillow. Blips, I.^ppuiuuonlH. Jacket, 12 handkorchiijfa, -4 bags, G wringers, i Bllng, 1 m.t. No�t-oMKln-3 gowns, 3 bags, 2 pyjamas, 4 flan, binders. G pillowslips, 2 jiinders, 13 face cloths. Itebekajis-1 pyjama coat, G shirts, (1 bedpan cpvera, 3 caps, 3 pmowsltpsT 3 frtioets, B'sUngB, 1 Rl.t., S pr. aocks. St. Augustine-6 flannel binders, 2 hags, 1 puenmonla Jacket, 1 to\vel8, i2 ben pan covei'S, 2 ward shoeE, 3 �r. iOCjtB. St, Cyprians-14 bod pin covers, 2 nlieets, 4 Burglcttl stockings, 2 head bands, 1 sheet, 1 pillowslip, 8 t's, 12 M.t.,2 PI'.' Hiic.UW. � > Ht. l'atrU!k,8-wnnl slmos, IR T's, 4 m. t, , : air Aluxiiudor tlu)l XJhuptyr 1. O, D. G.-1 pirjama, 9 towels, 2 slilrls, G pIllowKlips, 1 pj^RumoMlu J!!ckot, 2 surgical stockings, 2 bags. 2 (^iips. 12 hnndk9rohlof3, 12 Icir.a cloths, 2 head bands, 3 ahoets, 11 ']"a, donated 25 pr. socks. Teachers and Young liuslnosa Wom-on-4 gowns, 3 wringers, 5 bedpan covers, 8 pillow sllpa, r. pyjamas, 32 handkerchiefs, 1 pneumonia jacket, 8 sheets, 2 caps, 11 flannel binders, 12 face cloths, 4 amp. sllnga, 24 T's. VJ. M. T.,' . Wesley-1 pyjama. 13 flannel hind-ers, 1 binder, 24 bedpan covers, 3 slingn, n shoots, 4 bags, 5 face (doths. Mosdamos Blaokhnrnc-3 shirts, 2 pi\"socks; Howard, 12 handkorchlefs, Dnlyrmplo, 2 pyjamas, !> caps; ling-(;.'ty, ] gown, 4 amp. slings, 3 pyjama; Harvey, 1 gown, 2 pyjamas; Hanly and I'otrlo, 1 pneumonia Jacket; In-man, 8 bedpan covers;; Kerr, 3 wringers, 3 amp. Bllngs; Mahon, G binders, G plllowsllp.s; Matthews, 4 aprons; I'ryor, G plllowallps; Reed, 12 han,;-kerchiefs, 12 face cloths; Uobertson, G flannel binders, 4 bedpan covers; Rivers, ] apron, 4 flannel hinders; Spaul-dlng, G aprons, 2 gowns;; Vanhorn, 3 bags, 3 amp. slings; Walborger. five wringers; H. C. Wostbrook, 3G liaiiil-kerclilcfs, 3 tlan. hinders; Murrayi 2 binders; J. II. Wostbrook, 1 shirt, 2 aprons; Anderson, 2 caps. 3 ehirts; Atwood, 4 binders, 4 bags, 4 T'a, 1 gown; Aiken, G towels, 2 sheets, G pillowslips, 4 bags; Arnold. 3 gowns, 3 slings; Ilonnotl. S caps, 3 bags; Bourns, 1 gown, 2 bind-ors; Coultry, G bags, 2 amp. slings, 2 caps; ('Ornish, G bags, 4 pillowslips; Close, 2 shirts, G towels; DowJIng, 3 hags, 6 bedpan covers; Donton. 12 (owols, 3 bags, 6 T's; Fowler, 3 binders. 2 caps, 4 amp. slings, G towels; I'^iold. 12 liandkcrchiefs, 6 flannel binders; Kelton, 24 handkerchiefs, 4 flannel binders; Cro^ve, 12 towels, 4 pillowslips; GlanvlUe, 1 apron, 2 caps. 2 amp. slings; Giles, 6 towels. 1 ward shoe; Oauron, 2 gowns G towois; Jlaw-Uln!!. 2 aprons. 4 amp. slings; H.iw-.vavd. 1 apron, 1 gown; Hall, 1 pyj., 2 capa; Hyde, 6 towels, 4 bedpan covers; Howarlh. 2 sheets, G pillow.sllpii; Hudson, 3 sheets, 14 towels, t cap: Hanisou, I pyjama. G T's; Humphrey. G bedpan covers, G face cloths. 3 T'a; HIckey, 4 bags, 2 T's; K(>m>--lpy. 2 shirts, 1 pyjama; Krogaski. G jiillow-sltps, 4 bags; Lloyd, 5 amp. allngs, 4 bags; Leo, 2 caps, G pillowslips, �! hags, 6 towols. 2 sheets; McKlnnon. 1 liown, 2 M.T.. 1 apron; Jlcllvena, 1 gown, 2 caps, 1 apron, McNulty, 2 amp. slings, 4 bags, 1 a.nron, 2 ward shoes; Myers, G towels, 4 T's; Mock-torC, 3 slings, 3 amp. .slings. 2 caps, 3 T's; Pearson, 2 amp. slings, 3 .�"hlrta, 1 pyjama; .Payne, 3 amp. Bllngs, 6 bags, 1 apron; Prlttard, 3 bags, 3 M.T.; Ryan, 2 sheets, G towels; Russell, 3 T'a, G bags, 4 caps, 1 apron; Harelman, 2 slings; Randle and Cross, 2 aprons, G amp. slings. 2 gowns; Hose, C bags. 3 T's, 2 sheets, X M.T.; Sullivan, S T's, 3 slings, 2 amp. slln,(;s; Skjnner, 3 slings, 2 pyjamas; TurnbuU, 1 apron, 2 bags, .3 headbands; A. Tullock, 3 sheets, 1 apron. 1 pneumonia Jacket; L. Tullock. 1 apron, 1 M.T.; Webb, 10 handkerchiefs, 1 M.T.; Waterhouse, 6 towols, 1 shirt, X gown; Wallworlc. 12 liandkerchiefBr2 sheets; Misses Ramsay. 5 T's. 9 pillowslips, 3 bags; Em-meraon and Calkins, G bags, G towels, 3 T'a; Kerr, 12 towels, 4 T's; Aileen Jones, 3 amp. slings, 6 T's. Those making pyjamas are: Mosdamos Dawsbn 2, Held 1, Steakloy 4, (;odd 2. floodo 2, Holberton 1, Ives 2, H. Taylor 5. Shirts are: Mosdamos Walton 2, Dunk 3, Harrison 4, Lonias 4. Towels are: Mesdames Lothian 6, Mercer d Williams 6, Whitton 6, Birth r>. Davis 12. Amp. SIfngs are: Mesdames Buss 2, Clayton 2, Ward 2, Ros-slt(>r 3, Flan. Binders are: /Mesdames Cutler "4, Donaldson 6, Mrs. Layton's sewing club 2. Face Cloths are AIos-damea Meech 6, .lennhigs 12. Property Bags are: Mesdamoa A. Wood 6, Raley 3. Miss Murdock 4. T's are: Mesdames Anderson 6, Murdock 10, F. Shaw G, llunci! G. I'lircels without namca arc: 3 amp. allngs, I jiyj,, 1 gown, 7 T's, several'pairs of socks. Other pairs of socks rcrcivcd are iMcsdajnna Urowning I. Ilnchanan 2, r.onynian I, Cope 1, Cowglll 2. C. \i. Cnmoron Ti, I''lddo'i 1, Oarrow 2. Qil)-SDii 2, .las. Horn 2ii. llagf! I. lldlberti on C. Hall I. Hniicy 1, .1. .lolinstoii 3. Kane 2. King 1, W. G. Kenny 1, K. L. h/nuny J. Dewollyn 2, INIcXabb 1. Alc-drogor 2, Wm. AVcClure 2. Milk-r 2, Mure 1. .Vafamltb 2, Patching 3. Pressor 3, Sandbach 20, Sumner 1, W. S. ocott 1, Taylor 1, W;itsnn 3, Stitt a,ii(l Miss Stilt 4, MtasoH f'.oun 1. IJrink-all 1, Dunk 2, ntckaon 1. Knunnraon i, McCluro 2, Kufl'In'2.",SHns(;n 1, K. Young 2. Art Needlework Club, crinslslin,g of Mesdames Hendcrsfin 2. .iiuuis 1, Liv-liipsto/io 2. Dawson 1, Williamson 1, Hay 1. Udy 2, Briulton Kocn 1. Wright 1 and 'n pairs with no names atlrtclUd, Hose of Turin Z, Mr.-,. UobKon of Purple Springs 2, Sprin; Coulee 7>-. Mrji,,-C'haK. MacKay 2 and altf^ring. 5 Th(! boys Wlio did fill' diatribulina: of Work worked the following number of Saturdays: jjouglni; lidlilsnn, .Tames Mosaoy. I'kK SKiBlKir, h/ivart Hodglna!, ,). K(trg,nn. Harry Taylor, Hurry Ford, Krnost Flynn i'+j; Jon ClKiplan. Tom Parka. Fred ',HreH, William Hay', Wendell Mcltito.r :i; Harry Sinclair. ,Tack Wollor.-rtftlph ItoliiuKon. Donald McNabb. Dlclit.,CoUltry. .lolin Fa^.anl. K.rnost Vines, tiepnard .Mnrkfnrd. Artli;-ur AI,nBWortll�,�,; Xorman Oeo.sligan;' N'ormon'Brookf: Leonind .loyce.Scot Sin,cialr,.-.Claud'McOuirc, .liuncs Doug-all. ,TBck;Raildre, Rob I'.iukiy. .lo(^^iy,� ers, Stoiyact'.l'owlrr, .lnmcs Foster, Harry'Gobb.lie; expressed in cold type. Conio and sees jfor.Vourselvcs.Perrln's Finest French Kid Gloves, Kayser, Glomes: and Hose, Sterling llosq in Silks and Cashmeres, Rain Coats and Duster Oonls, all at prices J/r removed trom competition. Saturday Morniiig ait 10 o'clock Take in these Two Big^Tvents Saturday Close Out Sale of the Ro^al Store Stock and Green-. fields' Furniture Auctidn^ in;fK CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RU3BEII COi^UiMITei) Manufacturers of Motor and Truck "Tires. Automobile � .t/. Accessoriea, Bicycle and Motor CyeW. Tire�.iai';*.v , >i v' . HEADbFncEsr^MpNTR^^;;^;:;,^:'' .^'f  Branches in the li^rgest citjies throug.liout,Canai^A,,^ mim ' The I. O.' 0. 10. arc an.xi.-nis-(o HDCure voiirniar.v hclpfy-.-i for '-> registration .day, .Aitie 2'J, anil . tlio.';c, \v)ii> are willliiK 10 hell) arc asked to hand their naiiiCH 'to'M_r.'i.','LuTidS', .necrntiiry. Sir Alo.xa'ndei" Ualt Chapter, or l)hon(r 3liH. BAWD A DINING AT OOM FOR- SUITE .oo Consisting of Buffet, with plate gins^ miiTov, 8 ft. Extension Table; one Arm Chair and Frve Small Chairs, Pad Seats. AH in the fumed finish. This is a suite that if we bought at today s prices we would have to get .$77.00 for. A Bedroom Stiite for $77.50 Consisting of a three-drawer dresser with shaped plate glass mirror. Chiffonier to matcH and a full sized bed in that beautiful Walnut finish. This suite is priced at $92.00 and at this price is good buying-for Saturday, $77.50. WE PAY THE FREIGHT ON OUT OF TOWN SHIPMENTS , Lethbridgre's Greatest Home Furnishers Choice Cream BUtTER, NEW LAID EGGS '^IMozen for . o e SAUSAGE, per lb. . Tkif is tKe..^b^^ economical sausage you can buy. Made fromTpure Porlc and deliciously seasoned. We have regular supplies now of Government Priced at per , lb. ... lie '.r.v. -,, , , . PAL-ACE 'MARKfer-ISTH ST. N. - ' ,^ MAIN�\MARKETT:'^3�D AVE. SOUTH -��^ ^ V DQM/NIQN MARKET-COR, 4TH'' ,' v;; V ', :'-'VPH.ONS�:-<|ia & 1388 V ' AVl & 6TH ST. S, PHONE 1654 ;! ^^^^^^ ;