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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 191*', TftB LRtffBRIDGB DAILT HERALD PAGE THRE^1 THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PAS By Wellington BUY A LIBERTY BOND "THIS MONTH, rTf DOiN&YHE COOKIN? wseuf ih5yead Of keeping a COOk.flND 1 DO L_---lY-v -�--- OF CbUR^E YHAT'5 REAL Pflff2|OY-IC OFXA MA, BUT ti-fiB A�HT STRONCr ENOUGH FDRVlrllS ---1 sogr o' thin^v WHAT PO YOU MEAN ,wV.  ARE NOT STROM? ENOUCtH"? I HAVEN'T fi>t>Ktd ^OU YD HEUP WITH THr=> JOB^TTT] Cwatr*t*t. itl�, � Ni Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculoals-teated cows -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do so daily. The milk is free to those* who cannot pay for it, and at cost to those who can. August Red Cross Report (An appeal by the Red Cross Society) Some tlmo ago rm appeal for workers was published, and the response, while gratifying, does not. fulfiir the needs of tho society. Since that time si request -Iras been received from the provincial branch, asking us to double our output of work. As stated before the increase in our forces in tho field moans increased casualties and consequently a greater demand of the women at homo for Rod Cross work. Ask yourself, are you doing all you can to help? Can't you spare a lew more hours per 'week to sew for tho Rod Cross. If you can, come to the Rod Cross rooms; on tlho 3rd. floor of tho Post Office building, they are open every week day from 10 a.m. to fi p.m. Baptist--Sheets 2, property bags 8, towels 17, pyjamas 2, handkerchiefb 2, altered torn, wringers G. Christian Ladies' Aid-Sleeves 1, prop, bags 3, head bags G, pyj. suits 1. pyj. coat3 1, pneu. jackets 4. handkerchiefs 34, F. cloths 18, sheets ). towels 12. Eastern Star - Towels 12, wash cloths 6. pneu. jackets 1, day shirts l'yj- bed'pan covers I, F. binders 3, F. wringers 6. sheets J,.P. cases .">, lidkf.-;. G, T. bandages 5, socks 4. Knox Ladies' Aid-Day shirts 1, towels ti, 0. gowns 2, hdkfs. 1 pyj. suits li, amp. alings 4, F. wr, �, prop, bags II, abdom. binders J, sheets 2, F> hinders 3, buttons sown on shirts 25, aprons 3, pyj. coats 22 La Seise Circle-F, cloths 12, handkerchiefs 120. Major Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.D.E. -Pyj. coat 1, F. cloths 9, socks 1. ( Rebecca Lodge-Prop, baga 6, day shirts 1, P. cases 1, towels 7, op. gowns 1, P. jacket 1, F. cloths 8. St. Augustiti's W.A.-Prop, bags 3, sheets 2, altered day shirt 1. St. Cyprian's W.A.-Pyj. trousers 3, F, binders G, hdkfs. 34, dressing gowns 2. F. cloths 3, socks 2, tags on 128 articles, M. T. bandages 2. St. Patrick Ladies' Aid-Towels 13. T. 1, ALT. S, altered F. wringers 7. Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E.- 0. gown 1. A. gown 1, day shirt 2, prop.' bags 4, sheets C, p. jacket 4, pyj. 1, A. binders 11, F. binders 2. Children of Mary-T. 2, M.T. 1. Teachers and Young Business Women-Pyj. T. 1, P. bags 7. T. caps 3, A. slings S, P. cases 14, hdkfs. 40, V. cloths 60, towels 41, P. jackets 5, ward shoes 6, sheets 3, A. binders 4, T. 5, M.T. 17. Wesley Ladies Aid-Sheets 4, towels 13, pyj. 2, trousers 1, P. bags 10, A. binders 3, hdkfs. 12, F. cloths 6, P. binders 5, P. cases 4. Burdett-Socks 2, P. jackets 2, pyj. 6, gowns 6, binders 14, towels 0, F. binders 2, K. slings 12, hdkfs. 43. Foremost-Pyj. 3 8, towels 02, shirts 21, O. gowns 6, P. cases 18, shoes 28, caps 20, slings IS, binders 24, hdkfs. 48, A. slings 21, P. bags 8, socks 9. St. Mary's W.A.-Towels 18, F. eloths-6, hdkfs. 12, sheets 4. .P. cases 6, N. aprons 3, pyj. 2, S. Stockings L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Beasley Employment Agency, 110 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone.....1869 Office Phone----545 4, gown 1. Sunalta-Sheets 4, pyj. ", bandages 12, hdkfs. G, P. case;) II, towels C. T. 12, slings 3, gowns 3, shoes 3, shirts 3, binders 10, caps G, \V. cloths 24. Watts Lillio View-A. slings 4, O. gowns 2, pyj. 3, shirts 3, caps G, shoes 4, 11. bandages C, hdkfs. IS, socks 7. Milk River-Gowns 2. aprons G. P. cases G, W. cloths 12, towels 12, binders fi, shirts G, hdkfs. 12, slings 5, P. bags 6, socks 2. Thistle- S. Circle-F. cloths 12, pyj. 1, shirts 3, gowns ?,, slings 3, binders 6. * LD.S. Beehive Club-Shirts 2, F. cloths 18. Apron 1, shoes 3, bandages 6, M.T. towols 6, slings 3, A. slings 3, hdkfs. 12, pyj. 2. Wlnnifred-Shirts 4, slings G, pyj 2, aprons 2, towels G, socks 4. Webber Branch-Shirts 3, pyj. 3 aprons 2, towels 12, slings G, shoes 3; bags 7, caps G. Ladies' L.D.S.-Pyj. 2, shirts 4, ap rons 2. stockings 2, towels 12, hdkfs 12, A. slings 4, caps 2. Warner-Shirts 4, pyj. 5, hags 4 towels 30, coats 2, H. bandages 12, 0. stockings G. A. slings 0, P. case3 4, socks 19. Klppervillo-Binders G, M.T. 6, jacket I, towels G, bags G. Sleepy Hollow-Shirts 3, pyj. 3, gowns 3, binders 6, slings 6, aprons 2, S. stockings 4. towels G, H. bandages 8, T.'s 9, W. cloths 12, F. binders 9, socks 2. St. Hilda-Shirts 3, gowns 4, pyj. 3, bags G, aprons 3, w. cloths 12, binders 19, towels 12, hd. bandages 14, slings G, shoes 3. Aden-Shirts 3, pyj. 3, gowns 4, stockings 3, aprons 2, shoes 4, caps 6, socks 7, P. bags 6, w. cloths 12, bandages 12, binders 6, towels 6, P. cases 6. Manyberries-T. 2, socks 8, pyj. 1, p. cases 12. Hardieville-Pyj. 3, hdkfs. 24, towels 6, P. cases 6, binders 9, sheets 4, shirts 5, Aprons 2. socks 4, F. cloths 12. Goddard Branch-Shirts 8, pyjamas 6, stockings 4, K slings 6, aprons 7, towels 12, handkerchiefs 29, H bandages 18, W. shoes 12, bags G, binders 6. MT 4, socks 3. Coaldale, per Mrs. J. Davidson-S stockings 5, pyjamas 2, MT 4, caps 7, shoes 3, W cloths 32, H bandages 19, hdkfs. 41, F. binders 15, shirts 3, P jackets 7, A binders 4, gowns 4, apron ,1, A'socks 2, socks 16. Coutts-Pyjamas 3, gewns 2, binders 6, handkerchiefsl 2, H. bandages 12, socks G, shirts 2.' The number of other pairs of socks are: Art Needle Work Club, consisting of Mesdames Williamson 2, Francis, Simpson 2, total 5 pairs. Mesdames J. A. Cummings 3, Cameron 2, Coop 2, Davidson 2, Downer 1, Dawson 2, Dinkle 1, Farres 1, Gordon 1, Gifford 2, Henry 2, Hage 1, Hamilton 2, W. D. King 2, Laycock 9, Law-son 5, Morgan 2, McRae 4, Miller G, D. L. Marshall 1, H. H. Nlchol 2, Patching 1, Prbsser 5. Pennyfather 9, Porter 4, Peart 1, Patterson 2, Rhode (Chin) 2, Rose (Turin) 4, Sandbach 8, Scott 2, Yates 1, Mrs. Stoltz donated 2 pairs. The work done by individuals sewing at home is as follows: Mrs. R. C. Harvey 6 S stockings, 1 gown, 1 socks. The following have made pyjamas: Mrs. Codd -1, Dalrymplo 8, Rusk 3, H. Taylor 4. The following have made shirts: Mesdames Johnson 1, Lowas* 4. Towels: Mrs. Jennings G. M.T.'s: Mrs. Reid 1, Miss Baskmlll 1, Berthand 1, Collins (Claresholm) 1 pr., Horsepool 1, Jackson 2, Miller 3, McLeay 2, Young 2. Magrath 5 prs., Pakowki 9 prs., White Ladies Aid 1 pr., New Dayton 3, Mrs. C. McKay altered 18 prs. A few pairs without names. The laundry committee reports 1338 articles sent to laundry. The pressing committee reports 17G7 articles pressed. Report of work cut for the month of August, 1918: Pyjamas 175, day shirts 185, operating gowns 59, surgical stockings 329, pneumonia jackets 50, pillow slips 200. sheets 82, towels 500, stretcher caps 200, khaki slings 100, ward shoes 152, cotton binders 200, Tees 300, many-tails 100, wash cloths 470, property bags 200, head bandages G5,, handkerchiefs, 500, amputation slings 100, nurses' aprons 75, bed pail covers 108, flannel binders 152, fomentation wringers 50. Total 4152. v Membership fees received in rooms, $4.00; Donation from J. Jefferson (Coutts), ?2.00. Total $6.00. E. M. FORSTER. VOTE FOR HIS HEAD, NOT WHERE FEET WERE WANTED 25 TEAMSTERS To fill places of men who have been paid off. Steady job-wages $3.00 per day including Sundays. Free transportation. APPLY PACIFIC CARTAGE CO., LTD. CALGARY A man who lived and slept in two parishes at once presented a hard problem for the North Dorset Revision Court. The question was in which parish the man was entitled to vote, his house being on the borders of the parishes of Milborne St. Andrew and Mil-borne Styleham. Tho boundary runs through his house, which had been built over a brook formerly dividing the parishes. The head of his bed was in one parish and the foot in another, while the dining-room was half in one and half in the other parish. The Registration Officer decided that the "place of residence" was where applicant's head rested when he slept and added the name to the list, of the parish in which the head of the bed stood. NOTICE is hereby given that the Voters' List for the City of Lethbridge and School District for the year 1918-1919 is now posted at tho following placeH in the City, viz.: The City Clerk's Office, 332 7th Street South. The City Assessor's Office, 332 7th Street South. The Post Office. A. Williamson's Store. 24G 13th St. North. J. Piako's Store, Staffordville. Applications for amendment to the said list must be made to the City Clerk on or before the 25th of October, 191S. This Voters' List does not include tenants and all who claim to vote as tenants must make application on the form provided. Forms are provided for this purpose where the above mentioned lists are posted. DONALD A. DUFF. Ad T City Clerk. PROPERTY FOR SALE (WIipti Replying Mention Th� fiteratfli FOR SALE-House, 3 large rooms and pantry, 2 lots, fenced, water, $750, $182 cash, balance as rent. 1918 taxes paid. Apply 513 19th St. North. 244-G AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 230-0 TO RENT-3 unfurnished housekeeping rooms, free use of bathroom, phone and light; also furnished bad-room, furnace in house. Apply 215 2nd Ave. South. 246-6 Dr. A.T. Spank ie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Av-i. and'2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City. 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board T TO RENT-Seven-roomed fully modern house -with gas, with option of buying furniture reasonable. A good proposition for the right party. Phone G03 or apply 203 5th Ave. S. 250-2x TO RENT-Seven-roomed house on 7th Ave. South. Floor and finish in hardwood. Rent reasonable, immediate possession. Apply 604 Gth Ave. S. _ 247-6 TO RENT-Large furnished rooms, af-so light housekeeping suite, furnished or unfurnished, gas heated, in private home. All conveniences, use of phone, close in. Apply 904 2nd Ave. S. 250-6 MR.- are you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. ^or. 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phon� 647. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKINNON * BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" Phone 1804. Owing to having such a large number of clients wanting houses we will rent free of charge to the owner. Also to owners of apartments, no charge. Houses lor sale. Rents collected. 232-0 To Rent Warehouse AT PRESENT OCCUPIED BY E. A. SHARMAN COMPANY APPLY TO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co, Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired at the Central where you get doll-ir for dollar's worth of service and all our work guar-nntPed. Sectional, Blowouts, Itimcuts. Spots ami Kettle Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 * THE ROY N ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 384 Phone 735 BUY YOUR MEN'S BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted in any part of 'Alberta. P. LAV ALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF SI.00 down, balance halt crop. Best buy in district. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. an- Tractor Repairs We specialize In reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We havo in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phono 1732 Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul-, ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. S. Lethbridge, Alta. V_;__./ SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CUCSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 ^ Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phono 173* Next Fire Hall SsSl Vsf DONT |__ .--FORGET THE WAR VETERAN ! WHEN YOU HAVE A ! JOB TD OFFER Sec'y Veterans' Club: Phone 371 K CANADA POOD BOARD W lllCENSE NUMBER.2-0H ^ ;