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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN :  * * * : ? WE DIDN'T RAISE OUR ? ? BOY TO BE A 80LDIER > ? : (By Fred Young, late, of the 18th Battalion). (Respectfully dedicated to the mothers who wear the bronze medal of the Associated Kin). We didn't raise our boy to be a soldier, We loved him as all parents lovo their son. His footsteps never marched to martial music, He -was never taught the workings of a gun. We told him ot the dying love of . Jesus, Explained to him God's great Balva-tion plan, Wo taught him love of country, right and freedom, And we tried to raise our boy to be a man. When war'B red lust swept over ruined Belgium, j He came to us and said, "I've got to go,- If God is oh.the side of night and freedom, � 1 , It's up to^me.to fight that fiendish foV." | . 1 And when they' told iis he was "Killed in Action," Hot tears' of pride and sorrow freely ran, For we didn't raise our boy lo be a soldier," , But, thank God, we raised our boy to be a MAN.  �  * ? > * > : > ? :   > PERSONAL � *j. �� �j# �^ �S� 4* ������ � * � * The Girls' Auxiliary would remind the ladles of Lethbridge. that contributions of preserved fruit left this week at the Herald Office or with Miss Mackenzie, 313 13th St. South, would bo much appreciated. It is hoped there may be a large shipment to forward to the soldiers in the Frank Sanitarium. If unable to deliver please phope 622.    The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. O.D.E. will sew in the Red Cross rooms every Friday afternoon.    A whist drive and dance will be held on Monday night at the Veterans' club by the Next-of-Kin association. As the proceeds are to be used for sending Xmas. parcels for the boys oversesrs, it is hoped the public will liberally patronize this. � i ... Pupils of Mrs. W. H. Johnson will give a piano recital tonight In Knox school-room. Miss Meta Wellington will sing. Everyone is invited to attend. There Is no admission fee. .   The regular meeting of the Major Jack Ross Clrapter 1.O.D.E. will be held In the K.P. hall Friday evening at !i o'clock. .... There will be a meeting of the Women's Branch of the Red Cross lo-morrow afternoon at :j o'clock in the Mrs. Pawson's pupils who will enter the Dramatic Art Contest to be held next Friday are as follows: Miss Avril Little in "The Gypsy Bride"; Miss Marjorie Smith, in impersonations "Sis Hopkins"; Janet Mcllvena, recitation, "The Soldier's Reprieve"; Lucille Harvey, oration, "Honored Hero"; Mary Ostlund, declamation, "Back in War Days"; Verna Hoselton, declamation, "The Night Run of the Overland." These girls are competing for a silver loving cup. The musical numbers will be, v.ocal selections by Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Welling; violin solos by Jan Russel; piano solo by Bessie Loverlng. The contest takes place in Jhe Union hall on the corner of 5th Ave. north and 13th street north, just opposite Westminster school.  . � The following letter has been received by Mr. J. Norman Ritchie, secretary 'Red Cross Society, and will explain the change which will shortly take place in the articles being made at the Red Cross rooms: Calgary, Alta., October 5, 1918. Dear Sir,-We are in receipt of a wire from our headquarters in Toronto advising us that the Alberta branch would be looked to, to supply all warm clothing and hospital garments for Siberia. We have received instructions to hold all shirts and-socks for shipping instructions. Under, these conditions, may we ask your branch to urge upon its workers, (ho necessity for making those supplies which are being specially asked for. and that It'.is. absolutely essential that thoy should, govern'�.their work, not according to their own wishes,' but according to the instructions which �'o receive in the matter nf elotlijng and garments. The following supplies are required: mufflers, socks, helmets, wristlets with separate thumb, day shirts in large quantities, drossing-gowns. pyjamas, bed-socks, pneumonia jackets, hot water covers, wash-cloths. Yours faithfully. . Mary K. Waagou, Hon. Supt. of Supplies ami Joint Secretary, Alberta Provincial Bra null. ... *  � SOCIAL. EVENTS 0   The Daughters and .Maids of England held a Whist drive and dance in the S.O.E. hall on,Wednesday evening. Owing to variquSjother attractions the attendance was smaller tlian usual. The prizes were won by the following: Ladies' first, Airs. Ilodgins; second, Mrs. Ifolbertbn; gents' first, Mr. C. Cox; second, Mr. K. 'J'. Bell: ladies' consolation, Mrs. Westley; gents' consolation, Mr. W. Carter. u * * ? -5 ? GIRL PAGES IN HOTELS > In a leading Detroit hotel on Friday night a sprightly .girl with light brown hair, coffee-brown, one-piece dress cut on the bias, hooked up the back, flounced and fluffy-ruffled, opened rosebud mouth and sang in fine soprano voice, "Call for Mr. White, Ploase.." Repeats the first verse twice, and then sings the chorus: "Call for Mr. White, Please.." Audience, consisting largely of men occupying all the comfortable orchestra chairs, sat up and took notice. Sprightly young girl with tasselled flub-dubs flying gorgeously takes long walk through the. hotel. Kach man wished he were Mr. White, while Mr. White was apparently in the dark regarding his sup*Hor advantage. Thus the girl page made her premiere in Detroit. There are three on the cast. Reasons: Small boys gone into essential industry. Result: Organization of girl pages formed to demand that the new uniforms they are to wear be buttoned up the. hack. Fifty cents for a hair cut and 25 cents for a shave were the prices fixed by the master barbers in London, 6nt. � : . .;. ;