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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT ;im LETHBMDGF. - DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, Of.TORHR 2. I!MK si $8 PER HEAD FOR RED CROSS IN 191 "Vonderful Record Told at An rwal Meeting on Monday Evening. (Frem On: Own C-s r.^c >n. nM Map-.!!)). �Vt. 1.-- M'.in.I..y Sept. "nth. lhe annual Ked i"r.� :)i:r. ImwfVtT. those wlm iliil not missed otic of tiii' mo - t isi'i-res-ting; programs iht given here Predde-nt 1!. W. Hrad-hnw m cupii d the chair. Tli'.' Hoy Srsnits opened the program l>y singing. "Do your bit tor the Hod. White ami Flue." The finaix-ia! report was road by  e.i.-Vt,.:)! the sc-cretnry treasurer. Miss [Mliti 1 al*; Cook. Tlii' report >. a- f%.[;,i� t. Life members 7 men. I woman I I rooms, ami lhe amount i>! money talc i ! Oil i:i flVlll tllllt j ! TlniYiiay afternoon is tvrniar lie.1 | ' i "r.>-- i';:i\. Oilier days diffor ! I'M :xvM* a!� lis 01 ladies i;o to I rho rooms and m'�. snob a" Iteliei iSociet\ clay which i- our Tuesday of oa, h month, arid ttnrtwt tin- >miiitir 1 lUi'i'y Ttie-..d.iy afternoon, 'tho Yinm; 'Ladies' ir.'.i! �.!'� eery Monday even ! inn i'" Women';. Ir-!ttlltc. the ia::; . r'rM.iy in " m to the rooms ; to s-'V ipiilts have bi'i-11 tr.a.h from |i!'V;'.;!'' He I Clo-s. ami 1* sob! 1 which i':.\e Plough; $\4 Kits* are I I made '!�> i'.ulilro'.'. tir-iipi oth"r :e.aps j  S\� !,): rs are iviit� kntc.n! by lhe,' ;el'.i .1 girls a::d we hone to have ; ! diiu;,:!! tinisl.i -.1 j.t..n u> sen,I e.iei. j Maty-ip) b.u ovc:>.'.t.- a sweater foi ; i Xtnas. ai'e -ent to our boys jtwliv a year box eontttin^ ' soi~! -. iai.niV.ere'-let's, cake, eamiy. >n-I star ;;i::n. Omv 1 eeoa. vaseline, soap. ;. . eaoli ;i;).' ni ltin^ to :.'.'J'i '.led I'ross artiele-i!a\e bee:; ^t,|,t to 1'rovineial headitnar-. .. I ters tho past year They are as foi- SUFFERED TERRIBLE AGONY "Fruii-a-tives" Alone Gave tivo motnliers '.'."> men. w.itncn l.ifo member fees $2e; lees S^"^. Receipts llalance on hand last year . ? Tela:- Membersitip fees .......... DonaUons ................. Other Miurees ............. -, 1: Total ............... Expenditures r;ul! tit |irovi!H'i:il oifieo . Faiil 'or :i)"I'e:i.!ai!i-e . . . . J'jii! for bntt.irs, laps, et K.\pi'n>e', rents. �-t�-...... 47" r>uck)ngham, Q'-.o., May 3rd, 1915. "For seven years, I snfl'oicd lerrilily from Sc\eri\ HtiiJjt V.t .snd /'iiii^es-/son. 1 had bnli'hinfr pas from tho stomaeli, anil 1 11 a 11 flironie Constipation. I irioil many renieilies but no'iliing; mo pood. /V.v.?//), u ;r;,-ij d.f:�:'.,-;,;� ' 1'ruit-a-tives ". 1 too'; this granil iVnit medieine nnd j' made tne woil. lo e\eryoi)o who has miserable health with Constipation atKlliiitiirestionandllailStv.maeh, 1 say take "Frr.ii-a-tives", ami yon will get well''. t AI.BI-KT VAUXKK. hOc. t\ box, for .f_;.,')0, trial .si.-p L\"ic. At (lealcs orsent postpaid by l-'rttit-*-tives Limited, Ottawa, Out. Tot.ii ................ j:.:st :: Baianoe oti haiinl ...... $ 1 J' Thii vicc--presiileut. Mrs. -.1. Wood, then jtsvij a report 01 th" ladies' war's, thu cntaunt of sewing ilom. by the [a,l-im, ami explained how the work was carried on. also tho lied Cross Ittnoh i lows '!'. bandages 711. many-tailed , bandaRes triangular banda.Ke- i )''". ''i-N'.at.iii handa jfs _'. iiod pan ieoveis 14. lied pads 4 1. cotton binder.-i !.'�. i'ed S'.h!;; i. drcs.-int.' cowns 17. t-.n-i' ei.i:-'.s watte haiiilkerohief.-:. 'oiar.-d hatt.i kerebii't's 1U'. kit ss '.�"". i>;>eri!ti�R Kawn.- IT. pyjain-;'s_ ] property bass :. nti ;'s .-. d..y shirts 117. soiks J.'l. �e tov.-i I-. ;.'.7. tri'tieh cap.-. '.'.'. khaki > slim:- '�". ;;ieal shirts 1\, nurses' " ' j aprons 11 '' | Th-'se art hie.* have been served us i follow^: i.'eli-; society-Pyjamas *  1 pairs, bandages 7'i. T. ~" i iiamia^es I'.', personal property b.i-;s  j 4i'.. socks tvairs. day s'nirts :bi. oper | '�'atuii: c >v.-n* '' !.!: b.ig !>. tri ban. j ^4. aht! Maimi! ban. -jitiU.- ' bilkfs. j ."'l. total Primary Assoeietinn - Pyj t nrs.. 0:1. 1 coups 1. socks pr. d.'.y -hirts l.-j kit baits abdotii. nap towels 7 1 Why Remain Envious of Beautiful White Pearly Teeth in Others? EVKItVON'E talmire? a h�at!t!fit] set of teeth l-'ortnpat.- possessors ot L-ood. "V.-ti. �ell-V:*,]j! teeth tiri- tt'teil by those �liii-  t.eth. from d"cav an i '.'."Kb"" jiresi nt an iitisi^htly and re-in:l.-ive nppiar.v.r.! c. Wiiat a l:aiidic.i!> bad b "a are. an 1 how- their owner is covertly � ritte:>ed and � ondetr.n-d. But why let your teeth remain bad when the r> tnei'.y is so simple and ir.expell-.-ive? If fit:.- of n dental oiieratiou standi in your v.aj, r-;peii:ber- $ 1 ,'.'i'� work. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. wash cloths O'.i. bod pan 1 overs \ ru^s. I. arm shtijts S. etirpet rairs I'1 . lbs. drawers 1 pr.. quilts '.'. hiikfs. L'4I. ni.iuy-Pailetl ban. a.'i. T. ban. total .')0e. ' ; Young Ladies' I'nit -Mmty T. hati. | -VL P.'-'j -'' Prs. day shirts 7. kit baps j _"'. sinks 4. bed pads >. siiritioa! shirts 111, Tri. ban. L'l. op. gov.tis- a, T. bun.: .-iitlfts ". tot.)! ,"ii!l. , I Women's 1 ::s! itnte-11 T. lnin. I".1 kh..'.ki sIIdks :'. pyj. prs.. day shirts 1 Th" balance o? the articles. -tt'e''.i have been made by Ked Pro's ladler. | Tne Youn.c Ladies' 1'ni! sent i'.'i boxes | to soldiers, amountini; to JlLI'.'.ei'. The '. coni-.'f.ts were donated by people at a' sh.,v. jr held under the direction o' the, unit. Dtirini: the summer meals htive p eti served by the ladies and about -t'.is been realised from that ; The work lias bet n as follows: ' liC.l t'ross 1.idie? served s afternoons. $.'..;>.*>: Women's Insti-( tnte. '� af'ernoons, $16a.^0; Uel'.ef So-1 r'ety. ! afternoons. $ 1" ! "7.. Presby-! trrian Ladies' Aid. 4 afternoons.! $: >�.ds from; FAILURE 10 SEMO AID CAUSED FALL Doniinick Murphy, American Consul to Sofiti Tolls Inter eating Story. Paris. Oc "p^lt was |V fear of revolution at home and tho failure of Corminy and Austria to send Hie forces be required that induced Kinc, Per-ilinund of llulparia to furn to the allies for help, accnrdini; to the American consiil-ironera! at Sofia. I Po'.uit'.iek Murphy I, as (pioted in a dispatch to the Matin from Salonika The consul iteperai. the dispatch says, itnve interestini; details on his arrival from Sofia at S.-.loniki in company with the Pulsar! u: plenipotentiaries of (he conditions in (lie itul-Karia c:;pi!al Ictulinc up to the ilepiattd for tin antn.-tioe. Kini: Ferdinand, the account declares, assembled the craud council on Sept. 2::. with tiie result that a demand was made o:t P.erlin and Vienna for Immediate a-sistapce. Despite tl'.e urgent tone of the demand, licnuany and Aii-irii responil-e.l with evasive promises for the future. That, the account continues, settled the determination of Kim: Ferdinand to foresaid' the po�,;\- which had hroiptht only desolation to Hnlitaiin and entrust her destinies 10 the entente. But what impelled the \inr: most, the consul-tteneral's ;u . oitnt indicates, was the fear of revol.t'ioti. Anarchy utts makiPi: serious progress in Sofia. Workmen and soldiers laid held meet inns and passed laws, i'.dshoviki in its worse form became : h" order of the day. KtHK Fctdinand. it is added, haunted by recollections of the i.voii'ion of Former Kmperor Xiohalas. v.a; unable to sleep. He' considered it ... sential for his country and hi.-, mi .-siafeiy (hat a strons foteiipi military force should intervene and tim-s. it is added. Uennany could rot pive him that force and he turned to the entente. Unto tlie least of these" R' ^IVET your eyes on this picture of a Belgian mother and child, until you feel the full horror of the situation! Thousands of these orphans, dying of starvation, might now be living in comfort and plenty, had their soldier fathers not flung themselves into the breach when the Hun invaded Belgium. The lather* died lo save us. Are we going to let the orphans starve? Condition* are simply ghastly. The United Stales loans to the Belgian Government finance the general relief work, but (his only provides a bowl *)f MUp and two pieces of bread to each penon per day. What i� that for a growing child ? The Slaughter of the Innocents it less terrible than what is now occurring in Belgium-practically a whole generation of the Belgian nation in the grip of Consumption, Rickets and other ills all directly due to insufficient nourishment. The Canadian Bureau in BiuneU will administer funds, and provide means for getting the ailing children into Holland and into orphanages where they can be saved bom a hideous death. Before you sit down to another meal, do SOMETHING for the Belgian children....... Make cheque* payable and tend contribution* to Belgian Relief Fund (RegilUred under the War Charities Act) 11� to your Local Committee, or to Headquarters 1 59 St. Peter St., Montreal. th" Centra! Ked Cross office as they can supply them cheaper than local merchant.-', and Ited Cross money must he spent, to the best advantage. .Mr. Hrldjie's solos. "For the Glory of tlip-C.ratid Old Flan." and "Ilk the Trail that Leads to Mother," wore enjoyed by all Mr. Elton Spe.-.ks Mr. Kltoti was the lex: speaker and said he wanted t> scatter sunshine! and clu-i r and not k'loom. He said he i was pleaseil to hear the s and yuij none? This work is for all and wo all must il:jj our full share, lie spoke of an aged I lady hi) years of uk�, who In the past ' a months had knit Liu pairs of socks. | Can you do your duty If she can? No' need to talk to mothers who have! boys "over there", hut others sometimes need reminding of their duty. Whatever wo do, do it with good cheer. | The Boy Scouts then sane: Ule j rube .-ong. "lioodbye. Ma." They were! broils;lit back and saim it agali The ( piano selection by Mu. Afton Keiler, was enjoyud i'uiueiis'dy. The "Nat ion-1 al Anthem and Maple Leaf," was the j piece played. [ The eleelion of of'icers for the suing year was r.ext in order. Air W. Kradshaw was re-elected to office of president, by great applause. Mrs. (I. Wood to-: vice-president and Miss Cook ;o secretary-treasurer. The executive j follow.;: Mr.-:, (biddes. Mi'H. Mituiion. Mrs. Mercer, Mrs. Shellon. Mrs. Cope, Mrs. Woolley, Mrs. Hood Mrs. Turner and the MiKse.i liennion, .1. Mercer, |l. Mullein and I). Fowler. The audience sang "Keep the Home Fires. Hiirnlng" and "tiod Save the King," after which dancing was indulged In. LEAGUE OF MATiOMSi London, Oct 1. In hi- .-pee.h here today Hon. Arthur lialtour. For> ic:: Secretary said: ; 'if yon are going in lender p-rtu.iii-opt Herman domina' over Kits ,;a. especially ^western Kussia and Use stimll people along the Baltic; it you refuse tn redress t'.e uio.igs id Poland; if the slibio'.LiKlted peoples itl the Au.-triuu � tup;re are to he left under the bee! of [:�� 'S and glorious gallantry; ;f France is not to resume her full place western Kur-ope and if iielgliltu is not to be restored in full measure; if al! those evils are not potentially to recur, then you must do something more than merely establish a league of nations "You must put these wrong-, right before u league (>f nations can i ome to work. You must give it a clean slate to work upon. Then, and only then, will your b-agu.- of nations work. "Therefore, in order to make a league of nation-, possible, complete victory is absolutely necessary. Germany can only 1c a member of a league of nations ..hen the international system has be.-n reformed by a great wise and all embracing pea-,. and thai cup p. ver'tnk� plai � until Germany, not merely has bo,-;i obliged to change her profession ot faith, but until Gennany lituU herself iu a position where all her dreams of world domination are torn to pieces, before her eyes juiil she is b-ft powerful indeed as sin- will be powerful doubtless, prosperous, doubtless and wealthy, but no longer a tyrant, who can cause the nations which she is in a position to iiuluenee to serve her own dreams of world power. "Therefore, 1 a it you to remember how far the financial efforts we are now calling upon you to make extend beyond any mi-rely financial operation." on-. It. the ADOPT SOLDIERS' PRINCIPLES Toronto, Oct. l.  l,oi usi sc.l/.c (he close of tlie war as a time to enshrine in Die peace life of the nation the principles thai our stddiers have illus-jrateil at lhe front,' said Prof. W. F. Osborne, chairman of the faculties i-f the I'uiver.-iiy of .Multiloba, in his address lo the Canadian club here. Prof. Osborne advocated the holding of a general national conference on ed'.i tion next spring, coiisiiitiiig of rep.- icntallve citizens and tlieoduca-tlonal ability of the country. BURNED TO DEATH Moos/- .Jaw. Oci. |. Axill lloskln-Kon. stationary tirainaii of I'lo C.p.ll. at Outlook, was burned to death this morning by having his clothing caich fire. Peter Murray, S2, who for many years, has been poUmiiHter of Wilton Grove, a vill�^a r,.-u' London, Out., BUY YOUR LADIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALr '^nS^>>-^ - '(*'l-WWW*s) IOJ . " '  v ^-.V" '�'': o'''p.'Viv: "Fresh as new, my dear- and I washed it myself" -!1 �� -1 . "It's my old georgette-another tussle with the rvasricr-woman and ! believe it would have fallen to pieces. So, of course, as we must all make the oh) things do and save our money for Victory Bonds, 1 thought I'd wash it, myself, with Sunlight. Or rather-let Sunlight wash it, for there's no need of any rubbing-just soaping and rinsing, And sec-isn't it just lovely? Fresh its new, isn't it? I'm delighted." ..�vd-.'l The purity of Sunlight is such that it will not fade or discolor anything washable- it contains absolutely no fillers or adulterants-it is the most economical soap your money can buy. It's all soap. t "You might as well have it," whispers temptation, but your Canadian. Patriotism says " No!" THE lomptinfl; stipyvstioii* of M'lfishiii's.s meet no response from a palriot. For he knows that selfishness and self-indulgence are just now the allies of tlie Hun - they fiy;lit on Germany's side against Canada. , When the cTcvil-whispor pays " Yon mifiht as -well have it," every true Canadian answers "AW Except for the bare, ics of life, we .should not be spend- ' ing five cents a day. For every expenditure \vc make on things not absolutely necessary directly affects tlie fighting strenglli of Canada and her allies. The materials that go into the making of things you can do wilhout are needed for our soldiers overseas, Many of tlio^e materials which enter intoour unnecessary purchases are brought from other countries and occupy precious space in ships; space sorely needed for those cargoes which can be used for the winning of the war. The labor that fashions the things we unnecessarily use is labor which could and would be employed \i> rcil advantage in the production of war necessities. Knowing all this, how dare you divert a single unnecessary dollar from your country's war effort! The shame that must inevitably follow your every self-indulgence, at so grave a time, will be your fitting punishment -if you pwsist in buying the things you merely want and do not need. Resist indulgence, cultivate thrift- -for thrift is an evidence of patriotism. And the money you save by thrift will be yours to lend to your country whenever the call comes. / Published under the authority of tha Minister of Finance of Canada 96?8 ;