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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TPACE SIXTEEN THE LETimtHliXiK DAILY UK11AU7. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER wesirae OF IIME PLAN DIP RELIEF AID Jl will be of considerable, interest to niauy to learn that [he In- of the Province ot Alberta hare assumed ihe respoosibllity of ItttaUWcE clothlGE relief to persons Klldect in the province In of game and hare established an office ID Calxu-y to take applications and out necessiry supplies- All applica- tions must be adJrfssel w Woman's Institute. Relief Depot PJIey Bloct, 3th Avenue, Calgirr. Alia. There ara Ihe, rcpilar fornu irhlch may be. secured by writing tor These appllca'.lons must oe signed by not only tne appllou'. b'jl by n reeve of .the mnnlcipallty In -which the ap- plicant reillej, or In cste of there be- ing no orgsnliea. these mnsl ba slercd by a school teacher, school Inspector or clerejman. lome reliable person, on whose intifilty the Institute csa'icly. On learning of the urgent need tor relief work in lie drought slrlcten area premier ot the province call- 1 od Into conference Miss McDermond. bead of tho economics department of province a-il her to arrange for aa eierutlve nietling ot tha Wo- men's Institutes ot the province, In order to request their assistance In this tremendous underuklnff. This done and at this the Women's InsUiutes with a membership ot almost 12.MO iromen ot ihe prof Ince, pledged their support to Ihl cause. All applications for relief ivil be dealt with by their central office, I.e. the relief depot at Calgary and tho expense of this must be corns by the Women's Instiiutes o the province.. They are to solicit ant contribute the necessary do'-hing ani collect money to purchase ths 'jnsup piled needs of ihe depot for people applying. The government only in lends .financing the cfflce In Calgary; all other expenses to be home by Ibe Institutes of Ihe Province. Whllo applications are still being by the Women's Civic Club TORTURED BY. TERRIBLE ECZEMA Amone (ha most ro man lie of the ml nary a1, bn been turned mills of the great the story Ifnto a class Lho Polish army which voluntwrftl jsnil tuiiltaty ''V" work has been open- Ln the UnUed States and was trained ed up all alone the Lantern Gallchn Canada, ai (be United States was not .ten in the war. This arnsy whlcli at Nlacara Jinallr got to >iuce as there KU c6 chance to eel o ihelr uallre Poland, all tho avenues uf entrance being blocked by the Ilun. So these Poles under General lliHer ought In France until the end ol the rar. Then (her vanled to go to 'olicd to help save (he critical sltua- (here. Poor devastated Poland as'faclnf enemies oa every Bldo and ber country had Already beea so oyer run bv enemies that she was greatly MMC ItTEH St. Pierre, P. Q. "I thill itmydnlylotellyouhow rauch your caedicine his done forme. I yttrs m'li Imiill I several doctor! and Ihty did not do me any food. Then, I used one boi of Vr SoJro' snd lno.bos.es of and my binds now dfir. The pain is fone ind-lbere his beea no return. I .think it ia a nurvellotij. ctire because BO other medicine did me my good and I tried ill remedies I ever beard of, without benefit ua.til I used and ''Frail i-liTCS1 cooled thi blaod and removed Ite CAUSO of tho disease, and" 'Soothsi-SalTa1 'completed cure." feime PETER LAMARRE uOc.'a boi, 6 for J2.-50, trill SIM 25c. At ill dealers or sent postpaid by Froll-a-liTes Limited, Ottawa, OiL IM. C. H General MEETING HIM. MEECH Candidatte' for Commiwiontr cf PubHc WpHu Will Be H.ld TlfES.pEC.2nd 7 AT COMMITTEE ROOMS, D. E. HARRIS A CO. OFFICE, Tliird Ave." S. (lale Viotoir Loan All ?.re interested in. for 3Ir. Meed's-re-eleclicra are inTited. of tbis city-for contributions of cloth- intr tor del-Lllntc families, tbclr funds are bcco'iniDE depleted they do not feel that they can ask for further "cash conlnbutiong in this district which has done" so much for the relief fund. The Tort that has been Accomplished by Ihs'local'dub.would astound acr ex- cept those" in close association wilh its -ironderful shipments. These wo- men iriLh'lhe splendH asslslahce giv- en them'tiy c.tizeua and'the "excellent contributions of cash and clothing by residents and outside perstrcs.- have accoinplnhed TUUCO and will continue to supply the demands of drought sufferers ;nntll the present stock ot Bnppllw is ,fully shipped out They hope the central office of the i Women's InslHute will ba aole lo BUC- CGS5fully the sHailion de- maiidtDE- If snf- rerinc'ls to be hut snoulit dnaetessary delay be experienced in EccTsrliif thli thai tney will; called.open te lo the pnWIo ajriln for their and asjIsUnce.; -Tbe era tit ode of the Lethbridee.Women's Clrlc Club la ei- Lo all who m any yrt? assisted them in their great wort' aiid the ai- jurance that their generostty permit- led them to offer assistance and lend happiness to many unfortunate suf- ferers. front. work cannot always be carried on even where most conditions, aia favorable. Mr. Chambers weal up to the old capital of Utbuanla, and although tho authorities and people wanted him to. start up tho work, It round Impossible (o get Vorkera or to gel supplies Irans. ported ou account or war conditions. Dy supporting Ed. Chambers in his splendid work, the. Canadian Y.M.djV. and the generous people back of It, Epoverlshed. It be remembered caa Ieel tni, doing a real thai the Allies proposed sending these-and ,or tno braTe Poles through to Poland bu who R( ccnluries ara realu. lie Germans objected I.was only at Mpiralloll, 0, restored nl. he enforced demand of the AUIss a f thai llnally'the Germans agreed to] allow them lo go to Poland through Germany by way oE Danzlc. And they are still there doing their bit toward Hiving the situation In their native the Poles landed ,at Niagara for their military tbo Cana- dian Y.M.C-A. Eent Edmund Chambers to serve them. Chambers was au or- dained minister uto hud gono to Po-; land to study tbe Polish people and customs so.as to be belter qualified to bo a missionary ninong tba Poles of Western Canada, lie served there as long as he- could and It was only when the country was overrun by tne Germans that be es- j caped ami returned to Canada. lie. was therefore e.n Ideal Y.M.C-.A. secrc- tary to be with the Polish army, lie staid with them while at Niagara and went with them lo France and when I the little army let', for Poland they wanted tielr "Y" man to go with them. Arrangements bad already :n made whereby the British Y.M. L was to undertake Hie "Y" work Poland but Ihe Canadian Y.M.OA. undertook to supply and support men. Mr. Chambers therefore became one of Ihe Canadian. Y.M-C.A. rcprc lEntalivea with tho Brillfh "Y" In Po- land and he is being supported by the Canadian associations until the end of 1320 at least. ID. splto ot the unsettled conditions Poland considerable progress is being made by the Y.M.C.A. In a letter written about'the end of Sept- ember from Warsaw, Mr. Chambers says that the Y.M.C.A. now has a slaff of 42 workers In Poland, some of them native workers. Mr. Chambers Is in charge o[ the educational work, is al- so field secretary and "if, addition ta those dalles has underlaken lo look after the translations'to be made. Already he has a school for teach- ing Y-M.C.A. methods and. practice established in the fortresi of Modlln with 61 picked men In attendance. The school is under the.army and tho mili- tary authorities hava assisted In select- Ing Ihe students ol whom 21 are of- ficers. A former Ukrainian theological Old Country Football Scores LONDON'. Xov. O1J COUL- ry football reimlts la English foot- bill games- mere: Division Villa, i; Sneffieid, 0. Blackburn Hovers. 1; 3. Bollon. 0; Kverion, 2. llradford. CUy. 0; Uurnley. l. 3; MMulesboro, i. Derby City, 1; Manchester City. 1. Liverpool. 1; Preston Norln EUJ, 3. Manchester United, 0; Oldbsm, 3. Newculto SunierlanJ. 3. Xoils 0- Arsenal, 2. Sheffield Wednesday. 0; Drcvmn-lch, 3. Second Division Blackpool. 2; foventry CUy. 0. Bristol CUy, 0; Huddersfield Town. I- Clapton Orient, Bury, I. Grlmsby Town, 2- Stoke, 0. MONTHLY IANK CLEARINGS Buk clearliiis for the month ending today are is against for Xovem- ber, 1916. 4 Leeds City. 1; iJnwiln City, 0. JtolherliBln .City. 0; Dinulbgharo, 3. fSouth-Shields. 3; l-elceGter, 0. Sloikport. 3; Hull City, Tottenham Holspure, 3; Xottinf- ham rVSss, 1. Westham United, 0; Fulham. 1. Weelhatupton United, 2; llarnesley, SecCAd League flrlghlon II ,V. 0; Mlllwall A.. 1. 3; Lflton Town, 1. Crystal Palace, 0; Eseler City. 0. MeUiyr, 0; Southampton, 1. Northampton, 2; Cardiff City. 0. Norwich City. 6; Clllingham, 0. Newport CUy, 2; Town, 0 Plymouth A.r 0; Iteadlug K., D. Portsmouth, 4; Queens 2. South End. Swansea, Watford. 1; Brlslol Boverf, Scottish League Aberdeen, 0; Celtic, 1. Albion Rovers'. Hanger-, i. Clyde, t; flalth llovere, 3. Dumbarton, 2; Dundee, 7; Ayre United, 1. Kalklrk. 0; Third Lanark, 0. Hibernians, 1; Morion. 0. Kilmarnoek. 2; Clydebank, 4. Molherwell. 2; AldrleonliilB, 1. Partlck Thlille, SI. Mlireu. 3. Queens Park, S; Hamilton 1. Tbe ROVCH, Crystal Pal- tee and Manchester Union matched 'vere abandoned ot the ihpTO fcorej during the second halt to poor Ugnl. NILNER TO EGYPT Nor. M Mil- ner, secretary for (bo colonlei, left Ijondon this morning for.Egypt Ihe 17 members' ot tho couunlKaKm an pointed to the unrMt hi that country. A Service Of Sacred Songs INCLUDING AN EXCELLENT CANTATA "The Miracles of Christ" W31 Be Held in Wesley Methodist Church _ t Sunday Evening, Nov. 3O At o'clock A CORDIAL WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL IT WILL BE WELL WORTH YOUR WHILE TO COME. GRATUITY TO IMPERIALS INVOLVES INVESTIGATION UF CORNS OFF. TO RELEASE FIVE CANADIAN SOtDIERS Nov. The home secretary has informed Bernard A. Blngcr, the solicitor VW.IIQ- presented the petition pray- ing for clemency for five Canadian who were sentenced, to 12- months' imprisonment for riot- Ing at Epsom, that Ihe men will released on Dec, 15 and hand- ed over to the Canadian military authorities, wi-.o will 'convey them to Canada and discharge them OTTAWA, Nov. disposition ot the ?40.0WJ.OOO voled at the last aesslon of parliament for soldiers' nld Is now bebg considered by the cabinet and an official statement Tilth regard'lo 'it Is eipected before the end of tha week. It la understood that .the' recommendations In tbe re- port of Ihe parliiiucnUrj committee fire being taken np separately and that Lhe one providing for thn payment of transportation to soldiers' dependents who returned from England to Can- ada prior to the armistice, has been passed; :The recommendation regard rU of every SMH an, watt wru', 'or mrn bedrnn ud-MIMMr-'-wllhauL rIOrE TO SALVA6E BRAZILIAN SHIP SYDNEY, .V. S., Nov. A not been abandoned for gal vagiog ot Ihe steamer Joatlro, slrang ed on the shoal oatalde of Glace Ba; harbor. The vessel Is held amldahlpa and Lag (or the past several days been the vlcffm of a terrific pounding eaua cd by the heavj- leas. Bad wcathe conditions prevented the Hleamers and other craft from talcing the discharged cargo, whlcih Is being thrown over- board. Shipping men say thet If mnro cargo can be dlscbtrgefl quickly thoro IB ilill urme for Urtzlllan ship.; Tbe tletroer Is leaking, hut It not thoaght that ihe Ij bsdly dim- People to Core Constipation Without Drags; Suffered Ten Years, Wei in Thret! Weeks by Internal Bathing. DITATH DUE TO ABORTION PRINCE ALBERT, Ssik., Nor. 13 Keen came (o her death through an Abortion, brought on by UklBg Iodine.or olher poisonous drugs, tbo verdict reached by Ihe coroner's Jim' Investigating Ihe ynuiirg slates that the erirfence OOM not Implicate A. E. cblaf of police, and also that Keen good care, alien- :lon from tbe attend- physician, Dr. 3. B, .McMillan, and from the nn'nin tit the Victoria Kos- -yat. Keen died, Did you over bear of a per on b ing cured ot chronic "conslij.aUon wl They be but larger doses arc usually nccossa from lime to lime. Nature's own cur JUBt pure stcrlilzcrl water, admlnlate oil with the J.B.b. 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