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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, 0C7TTTBER 2, IMS THE LETJIBRIDOE ky./I,Y \lKl\t\LU ' PAGE SKVKN Lethbridge Raised $28,000 For Red Cross Past Year In bank, per pus?. hook........$4,aa2.:iS Less cho'ilto mi- presented .... 1 fi.28 Cash on ham! 2.'51.07 ERIN IS The annual meeting r the Hod Cross Podtoy hold lust night, lit the S'.M.C.A. wub very well attended. Ills Honor Judge Jackson occupied Hid chair and summed lip the progress tlu: inc.lety has niudo during 1 ho Inst, your In 11 vnry clear and concise manner. As usual, Un> apoakcr said, tin; women shouldered most of tho responsibility, md tlmy corlninly discharged their Jutics admirably. La.-t year the li-aunclul end was distinctly separated 'jinn the supply department mid Hi'' ivisdom of this In to be seen In the splendid financial showing thi' roci tdy linn niiuli'. There r> an increase In revenue of over JxtitHi over lust year's (bowing. Th" output will In; sorely taxed tills' coining yi'iir thi' �np plies will have to ho practically doubled in (pianlity. HI:; Honor who was present, at 1 ho moot ini: of tho General Council of tlu- Canadian Hud Cross I�* -1*1 ill Toronto a few 'vecl;3 ago, said Hint, ho tliom;ht thi' tlino had i'omn | when all supplies should ho brought through thi' pi'ovini'ial branch and not locally. This tor reasons of economy, ] Another impiirtmit aiinounr'inii.'iit I Tin1 report of 1I1 I Mr. .(. N. Hitehio. wi �adopted. Mr. Kit I various events of society during tin mailt! was that tho Cr.iiadian Red Cross will have nolo charge of all tho lied Cross work in Siberia. Tho commissioner in charge of this work and who will ho appointed noon, will bo a | ,,,,, Umnl(s ,, ,n .1H,,0(.i.l(,,M| societies, woll known western man. Tho report. | Mrs. Saunders, .-hairman of Uu 4,r>*i7.2ii J $28,0!l4.:!l'. ; hon. secretary, inn tlii'ii hrard and hie outlined the importance to the year and expressed I .U,l Something Musi be Done Avert (ata.st tophi'-Talk of Dictator. to of tho Hon. Treasurer, Mr. II.. J. | Smith was thon read and approved. This showed 11 splendid financial stale of affairs*. A vote of thanks was ox-li'inli'il to Mr. A. .1. Blackbnrne who had filled thi! position lor Homo time previous lo Mr. Smith. Tho reporl follows In detail: Receipts. Sep'. .'lit, 1M7 foes ........ To balanr Membership Donations ................. Pledge collections.......... Collections from lied Cross Boxes ................... Advertising ................ Donations (Prisoners of War Kuml .................... Interest on bank accrnmt. . . Dinner dance* and ; 2,171 Fifi l,S74.r,0 l.r>,i;27.4:i 7,Ml.'i.N0 U1.K1 r,:;.(iD ir,7.!l!l and sale.-DKSS: oxpe contra . . p �r i,'.ll'2.7il I'.vcry now nnd iiHoin don't yon get one oi tho".c fctirful licndiichcn thnt drive you to do nnythitiA to get relief? Remember, though, it* 11 miMiikc to just "stnotlicr" the pnio without removing the cau�c. Nearly nil hrikUrlir, iheir hefiiun.iic in th* 'l'>�'' well, liver er l'r*( irtunir i� (*l��inl>rfItin', lah!rl�, �,tiich lnnr llir Iivtt. i>-t.!cn^ I tie ,f,nirti nnd clraim-Ihrbowrl, "flu , rml Onl, etirti lUc hr*il-� ctir ImiI lircri.t, il, return. Ml Jltltri J'i gr mallfr�m Chitabcrlim Mciiiclcc Co , TitMto . Payments. Itv office exp^li'c; tiiniario.i, p.)K::ii.;e. :-.iatlon*:ry, print-ii;ir. etc.) ............... lio'il.'.in* e ................. I'rlsniK'r l.aundrv ........ Ill'll Cros.i Sllplllif: lly I'rovincial llran Oonnlii'tis ...... I'lircha.-'cs ...... if War Kund. . local., h: $2,100.00 l.i.r.:t.�r, lly "xjji'iii'.cs: rn dinner, dniiei'h, sali'h, filedttctc*! per con-t ra) ............. Merchandise on h'd. 2.4S2.02 Sewinc tnaclilnrs ., I8O.1i11 l-'urtilturi! ......... 10li.no lly balance Auk. ISIS: 1 handaKO eomniitlee, Dion reported a^ followtc. Tlier*! were 217n T bandages ami 1022 nianytailed handafO'S mado during tlu: year in the ehy hur;.*. an avera�e of 1S1. and Sa a tnonth r*>-Kiioet ively. Mrs. Ili'lmes and Mrs. Thomas have, been vi y faithful in their attendance ami help dni'liiR Mm HiMi.ioii, and now that the winter months are near more workers are cntnltiK in and we expect a greater amount of w�rk clone, a" then' was a decided falling off in f I * * � work done In this depart incut, the teachers alone doitiK most of the work Shipping and Packing The report of Hi" shipping and packing committee was then read, details of which follow: The following article.* were shipped to Calvary diii'lni; the year: 1272 sheets, 54S7 pillow cases. 22-12 suits pyjamas, IS"2 halli lowels, SS72 buck i towels, r.i.2 nurses' a)irons. lf>;',u day ' shirts, 17(11 many (ailed liandasies, : bed pan covers. IM.r, T bandages. 202 f2h.olH.2ii pneumonia Jackets. 2.*>S 1 wash cloths. '."�l�;!t binders, Kaii'i personal iirojierty 1 bans, 2201; pair sinks. 22SS slinks. ii liousewive.-, 722 lo'ad bandaK*':*, foil surgical stockings, 24 assorted bap,;'. 42 red cross bai;s, 2(14 ampitta. Ion eovors, 2,ii kit biiKS. "li'.M liandki'r-clilofs, litis Htri'tcher caps. 2'.IS ward shoes, 1!I2 fomentation wnnners, 7f'i2. 1 operating Rowns, a 11 surgical sliirls, 2, ' pair wristlets, 2 mufflers. 12 mir-jrcons' coats, 224 amputation socks, I l'j drosKliiK kowiis, making a total of ' fiii,2ST artii-li's for Ihe year. Committee: Mrs. J. K. Stewart. Mrs. C. Mr-1 Klllop, Mrs. \V. S*-ott I Work Committee j Tho report of the work committee \ was as follows: ; Tho following different Foelntier. are doing work in the rooms: Iiaptlst i Ladles' Aid. Christian Ladles' Aid, (central W. C. T. 1'.. Children of Mary, i Hastcrn Star Chain* r, Knox l Corps, tor ma 1:1111 it i were killed or v manned and drove his rcinainine: kuh I, Hi-nrJ A. I'ci k. M.M.. M.,: 1 1 2S.UII 2i'i.O0 4..S 10.04:1 .,253.c.r, 1I7.0> t>! ice tlie jiresei t :.: h'f o[.;nioii.s clash ' vaKite p' rsonality an ! indicaie a decided c I the .lunker and Chancellor von I is ', Secronry von TI.n; anifation is nol >  '  is known as to how ! Unitarian stu'renih ; i ''erman people il *a tnltted to know :h' t and offices. ; instant : lone." ; I iaily Mail from j demand is for ' 1 '|e confidence , hi-!!' :i|l|es lo re-iii mv oligarchy , 'ardini; who this 'at be. Iloports ] *-,ivai;e between j -rvative classes ' ated by the Soc-vlin on this ')*-u-t 01 some fen-tial Liberals. belated anxiety ipere.le With Hie hard until all his men were oas .iiicl Ii" himsi It wounded Nc less, he (;ot |'l',-.l'l'vi' '1.11 illto v.liicii he u.-cd with ureal e\i until lie was asrain wounded :e 212. r,sf,. Ser::t. M . Jon".. MM. i ry I lurii.i: a ra id he and four ni.-li"d a hosllb' post, boinbe'i ti aiv . oi kill* d -sv. T)i"n r"or  he ii.irty and moptici up a . bayonettini; wliat enemy i la it te~ erl lie a -t inn - t* ! ill fa n others i.' i'ti>-:ni/.ed link i'ii 'iiiain will .Olio i li'll/. hi* (lis if whose '/.eitum:. orship is the only On tlu- ot Ii*!,-ih,. popular par illy elected call- re-iKiiat ions of 1 ine. ;ll,| foreipn e on the imblic reported. NothuiK the terms of the have affected the  v have tieen per term.-. AUCTION SALE 31 OF HEAD OF HORSES-94 HEAD OF CATTLE IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ETC. INSTRUCTED OV THB� EXECUTORS OF THE J. W. Johnston Estate THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL OY PUDLIC AUCTION ON iitCTION 17, TOWNSHIP 9, TANQE 15, 8 MILE8 SOUTHEAST OF TAOen AND 10 MILES SOUTHWEST OF PURPLE SPRINGS, ON TUESDAY, OCT. 8th THE FOLLOWING: STOCK-1 lii-Kistcrcd IVrcheron stallion, 0 yearn, weight lSOO; a!', mire;  uppo:,cd to he with foal I black mare, years*., weight u: i, 1 black max', '.i years. woIkIiI \4Tih; 1 black mnrp, 5 years. v elKlit 1 [..'.*>; 1 roan iiiar* . f> years, weight 1450; 1 roan mare, 4 v.-urs \.ei|!i: )ir,n; I sorrel gelding, r, years, weii;ltt 1500; 1 buck-,-kiu C'llii.i:. 4 year.-*. wcIkIiI laaO; I black k*'hlinF:. I years, weight Hea; 1 I*'.' k Idlim. :: yearn, weight 1100; 1 bay mare, 10 yearH. woiKlit IJu't; I bay mare, I years, weight 1200; 1 bay mare, 10 years, wislgli'. Hen; I roan marc, .'! yearn, welKht 11!-'.i*t il""; 2. roan cehlltiKH, 2 yearn, wcIkIH 1050; 1 black uia.e, ;,-n.;rri� bindius; I 14-ln. CockBhult KinK plow, new I 14-lti. Kmirson kuiik plow; 1 fi-Hectlon lever hurrowH; 1 barrow curt; 2 wccdirs; 1 packer; 1 McCormlck mower; 1 M*.('nrinick rake; a sets work liartieuH; 1 not democrat liar-uoms; 1 �*w, I bath tub; 1 Calloway cream separator; 1 i.tec) rant;*', new; 2 beatltiK Moves.; 1 Vard car, 1917. ruriilHirc unit lniitnehold t;ooi|� and other art Idea too numer-ott� to tmntion. 3ALE AT 11 O'CLOCK FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS-Cattle Cash. All purchases of $20 and under ealh; over thnt amount time will be o'iven until October tat, 1019, on approved security. Intra ejt 10 pf.r cent, 10 per cent, discount for each. E. 8. TAINTER, Cirri, W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer MMBwrrni t~iti~infTT'cifrrwri'imisia� i- hi i---- ! Prlr.ce Von Flti'-low. former flerman i imperial chain ello:-. may be the i "vatcue personality" tn"titi'>n j crept forward alone and wiped out , a (few of an enemy machine fjtttt wilh a boinb and captured the run. Then III** shouted to his party to com" on I and in a hand to hand !'ij.;ht. they cap-I lured one pri (hier ainl killed Hie rest. ] '.*. *uardfiiK Ihe re-nrituJiizatinn of the inreat N'orthern T"letrr.'i|ih itompany, a I subsidiary comiuiny of the Canadian : N'orthern sysiem. Mr. Hanna replied | thai the ma'ler would likely be taken | up before the hoard concluded its du-i liberations' I The board will hold another session in Toronto on Monday i'hiladelphin, Pn. - "I was very weak, always tired, my back ached, and J felt siitkly moat of tho time. I went to a doctor and he said I had nervous indl-geBtion, which added to my weak condition kep ma worrying moBt of the time - �nd ho said if I could not stop that, I could not get well. I h o ard no mn ch obou t LydiaR. Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound my husband wanted me to try it I took it fora week and felt a little better. I kept it up for three months, and I feel line and can cat anything now without flintresa or nervousneaa. "-Mrs. J. Wobthmne, 2842 North Taylor St., Philadelphia Pa. Tho mnjority of mothers Dowadaya overdo, there are bo many detnancla upon their time and strength; tho result is invariably a weakened, run-down, nervous condition with headaches, backache, irritability and depression - and Boon more soriotis ailments develop. It is at such periods in life that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will restore a normal healthy condition, a� it did to Mrs. Worthline. Great Dispersion Sale 40 RICHLY BRED REGISTERED SHORTHORN CATTLE ) Kvery fomaln of breeding ago .with u calf nt aldo or In calf. 115 REGISTERED EWES 160 REGISTERED RAMS OXFORDS, SMROPSHIRE8, HAMP8HIRE8 650 HIGH GRADE YOUNG EWES and EWE LAMBS 20 SELECT REGISTERED YOUNG YORKSHIRE SOWS TO BE 80LD BY AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE AT SALE PAVILION, EXHIBITION GROUNDS, LACOMBE OCTOBER 16th, at 1.30 p.m. CATALOGUES ON OAV OF SALE PARAOI8E STOCK FARM, LACOMBE, ALBERTA G. H. Hutton, Owner G. M. Garllck, Manafler AUCTIONEERS-J. W. Dnroo, Calfjary; C. P. Damron, Bentley; 8. W. Paisley, Lacombe flalt Chapter I.O.I) H, Itos.i t'liapter l.d.ll.Iv. I'rotheon Class, Kebekall l.oilKe. St. Anmist'.n's Auxiliary, St. Cyprlan'.s Auxiliary. Si. Patrick's I-adles' Aid. Wesley Ladles' ' Aid, teachers and ynuni; business wo- i tm.'ii. J The followinij societies s(.w outsidtt | the lied Cross rooms: Xi'Xl of-Kin. I lieo Hive Club. I.alter [lay Saints. (',. | S. Club, Thistle Club. St. Mary's \V. A., the Convent. I There are L'4 auxiliaries out of town ! �e\vlnK for the society and a com-mil'"" si-nils biiRs of work ea* It week to the different pirn t s. Many women vw at home. Mrs. | Cope is in charco of packages on the ! Houth sidi- which the Hoy Scouts deliver on Saturday mornings. \ Mrs (illmore takes charf.e of all work on the norlli side and *l*'livi'i's ;t*i packages i'ach week. lJe.ilili'k the (iifl'ereiit societii-s on the nortli side who are M'WinK. all the cutting is done In the rooms by a committee who cut t;5,i;n article.-* ilnrinf? U months ending .'list August 'as'. Mrs. Prosser in cliarKe of pretislnr;, with tier committee, have pressed 24,27!� articles In the past year. Mrs. .McKay in chari:*1 of wool has t sent ^'iloti iniirfi of socks, j The laundry committee havo sent I 21."5f> articles to the Hleam laundry. | Tho iiai'klnR committee in charge of Mrs. W. Scott, Mrs. MrKlllop and ' Mrs. J. S. Stewart, have shipped 50,-| list articles. Last year the total ship-j incut was 27,(i7ri which shows an in-I crease of l!S,70t> articles. All ilntyitig Is dene by the Western I Transfer Company, free of charge, i Mrs. Koy, with Hoy Scouts, looks after all thu rags, which are assorted, ' tho larger pieces used for ipiilts ami smaller ones for rag rugs which are ; |sold for tho society. ] | Tho rooms are open every day from ; | ten until five with Mrs. Scott in i charge, anil on Saturdays until one j o'clock. j Thi; society wish to express their appreciation to everyone who Is helping In this great work, the success of which is largely due to all who are giving so generously of .their means, to those who come so regularly to tho rooms to sew, the many faithful wo-I inon who in their homes are doing j lied Cross work, and the efficient wiir-i kors In various departments In tho ': rooms. It may truly he said it l.s a I solemn duty to each on** of us to do | all we can in tilts wonderful work. ; The Ki'd Cross !r. the means of an ex-j predion of sympathy of the people , of a nation to Its soldiers, anil every i one must carry on. I . (Sgtl.) 1SA11K1. KKLLOC.C. I -ml Vice-Chairman. I Election of Officers I The election of oltlcers was the next , Item of business to bo considered, and !u nominating committee was appoint-j ed. Tho result of the election was i aB follows: Chairman, His Honor I Judge Jackson ire-elected by acclamation); vice-chairman, Mrs. W. V. Mc.Mlllon (acclamation); 2nd vico-cliulritiiiti, Mrs. .1. S. Slow-art (nccln-niatlonl; hon. secretary, Mr. .1. X. Illtchle (acclamation); lion, treasurer II. J. Smith (acclamation). Committee: Mosdanies McKillop, Hartiiau, Prosser, Tlilchio, Murray, tlllnioro, Lafferty, Pairloy, Alimvortii, Hoiidorson, Kellogg; Messrs. Peime-fathor, Cocq, lllglnbothiim llryiniuir, J.)r, Campbell, Parker. A special resolution was passed extending a hearty vote of lhanks lo all associated societies, the liny Scouts, tho north shlo hoys, the press, and all others who have assisted the society In any way. A copy of this resolution will be forwarded lo each of the above named. "Heaver," as a name to replace Kitchener, is uader consideration by would-bu nam* the plenipotentiaries delegated by the Hiil-garian government signed an armistice at Saoniki. On Sept. lit), at midday hostilities ceased. "The operations began when a Serbia nilivision moved forward and carried by assauli the formidable mountain barriers of V'utrenik. Dobropoljo and Soke). Hy Sept. 22. Ihey had succeeded in cutting the communications of the 1st Bulgarian army operating; along t'ne Vardar and those of tho Utilgarliin 2nd army and the tier mans north of Moiiastlr. Displaying extraordinary endurance courage, and spirit of sacrifice, all the allies joined In the attack mi Sept. 18 against, the enemy positions at Doirnn, capturing this region from important Bulgarian forces. "Beginning Sept. 21. the Italian. Creek and Preach troops in tho region of Monastic moved forward in ' their turn. On the 22nd a general | pursuit began. It was conducted with | urdor and splendid energy. "On the 2;!rd the Serbians and tho Prcnch crossed Ihe Vardar In the direction , of Krlvoluk. On Ihe 24th, Preach cavalry entered f'rllep. On Ihe 2ath, Ishtib and (lie formidable barriers of Velos were captured. The Urilish opened up the road to Strum-nltzu, which they entered on Sept. 2(i. The same days tin* Serbians reached Kochana and Voles and the Italian, Protich and Greeks wei, inarclilug on Kicliovcr. "On the evening of Sept. 20, the Bulgarians asked Hint hostilities bo postponed, announcing today they already wero sending plenipotentiaries. "In tho course of those glorious operations, which tho hurried sending of Herman reinforcements could not check, th*' allied ariauos took a groa' i number lo prisoners and an iinmensi quantity of war material." hi Yon ran iwt*> nliotit $2, nn*l havo P* it better rcne'ity tlnin Hir* r�-�tl>-nj mud*' Ulntl. Kuklly ttoiic, ScS2�SSTiSc5257iSTi5ESc57^ If you combined the curative proper-ti*-.-, of every known "reiiily-ntiide' cuiiirh remedy, you probably could not get. as much real enrntiw power as tiiere is in thi* simple lioiiu-made cough syrup, which is easily prepared in a few'inia- Uti's. (lit trnui any eir> nasty tlirfm*. tickle and heals tin* tore, irritated, lnenihriincs so gintlv and caaily that it is really asteni-hinjr. A day's uw will pouallv overonmo the ordinary ciuij:li nud ior lironeliit is. eroii|>, 'whiie)iing coiifh utid hroncliiivl asthma, there is nothing; better. Pinex is it Hies*, valmililo coiu'cntrated Ponip*niii*l nf geiiuiii*' Norway iiitie extract, iiinl has been \i?ed for generations to break up (.evero coughs. To n%'oiil disappointmetit. ask your druggist fur "2'A ounces of Pinex" with full direct inns, atid don't inveptanythiiig else. Gnarnntecd to give ab>olnie uttis-faction or money promptly refunded. The Pines Co., Toronto, Oht. Twelve Things To Remember 1. The Value of Time 2. The Success of Perseverance .7. The Pleasure of Working A. The Dignity of Simplicity 5. The Worth of Character 6. The Power of Kindness 7. The Influence of Example 8. The Obligation of Duty 9. The Wisdom of Economy JO. The Virtue of Patience 11. The Joy of Originating 12. The Profit of Experience Also Remember lo Call or Send to Ih� Lethbridge Herald for anything in the Line of PRINTING Mrs. Flat hush: So your husband Is ".somewhere in Prance'.'" Mrs. lli'iisnnlinrst: So I believe. Mrs. Plitthush: But don't you know where'.' Mrs. lleiisouhurst: No. Mrs. Plntbiish: Don't you feel somewhat concerned'.' .Mrs, Itensonhurst: Why no. When hn was hero I know ho was some-where In America, but half of tho time I didn't kuow whoro.-Voukors Status-iuan. WINNING THE GAME This country is a vast checker board in which the Old Town Spirit and the New are striving for the mastery. Old ideas die hard. The Old Town Spirit means the mastery of the few and the subjection of the many. But the New Spirit means the co-operation of all. It brings Life and Happiness to the many. Is the new winning over the old in our community? And how do we as individuals stand in this game of community living? Are you playing the game for your town? Or are you playing it for yourself alone? Remember, you can't stand still. On your move the result depends. Then let the spick