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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta F TlimsOAY. OCTOBF.H 10, 1!MR THE I.r.TimHlrMT- DAILY IfF.nALP P\GE SFATiN lj--r - CARDSTON RED CROSS Annual Meeting Held Harker Honored - Hrown Hack. E. N. Major taken in at iho (Unca which trmnndl-at�ly followed about 11 o'clock. The progrnm wan iih IoIIowh: IMano nolo, .MrH. Slnverl; vor/jl ao-lo, '(JIoriotiH Devon", Mr. BirkoU. Qilflrtcll, "Oh Hall V'.\ Von Kmc," I-\ l/iynn Co.; pinno foIo. "Second N'oc-Uirn". lioltchKlHkfiy, If. K. Work; vocal h(jIo, "Thura". H. S. Wixoni; pntrl-otic (iiiiirirlt, K. Utyne Co.; vocal solo "Ijovp's Old Sweot Souk '� Marshal ]\H7.Hvrt� tvoali'd to one (if thfjes of Spring," H. fc. Flock, moat onjoyal>1i> and talcntrd munlm) pcrforniauccH from local pcoolf, that i K. C. Hut Fund Mr H. .1. Klock, the only nn'iulwr of very willing to support every worthy cause" Heartily Welcomed Kow v I Bit or n huvu ret urncil to Cardston and received a higher w*�l- ; come, and a longer hand - hake Muui our old rriend and follow citizen. Mr j Willlmn Laurie, of MM I h-ford. Sank., former hairlsler of thli: town. Mojifid his wmi\ wife arc h.'n\ the ^w>Kt*| On,.,, ...>, -.];.� � v-;. spend a months vacation. Mr. I.aurlc ; iug. Oct ... ;hx*u-\r r.- : ih- iintin� conunitt.- izini; for w>rN. Tin r nl headqiifirfer; staff in 1-Yanre. Douk-' , ... . . , las has been wounded several 1 imcs, I ,','"-si'1"l,t H- u HT'!*--'� � \ ,rood people of Haley and Wool lord din nc* Kfivi* iif a rare musical treat. Mr. \t. 11. .Telli'r. t lu� wuiwi "father of Haley" actci) ;(�; chairman ' the KiiIk)i!h of Columbus orK.inizatlon of this district, reports a very favorable, response and n hearty on" Ihi'ouph JJie whole district, over which and now shows six red warn, us the mai'.-.h of this present conflict. In timcF pa*R�, Mome rather looked rnk- � ance at the extreme party loynhy by William f*.iurle. bur (his ha.-: diown itself In the sons, and they tn-i : owed loyulty to their count i-.-, as 1 li�*ir I den' M"; II. Wood, I urer Mi-.j ('ook, and � 4 i > H t 1 Cwdilc -'. Tiillie]'. Mcii i lie had charge. Some jrjnO.tm wer�� ! father before them, and in th Spring Coulee, west, to riientloii (lie sainted l-'iorcnce Nlffht. ! !>�t there was very little rounlry v.ork Inhale, and Clara Hartor,. the origin- ' ,'nI" elor;� of Ihi.-; r.chool of mercy which Ikis been such a wonderful factor in this war. Some $.'iU.no was reali/.i-d from the-concert jind a. ro\md sum was also "taKes of the wh r volunt ecj i-d th�-lt services, hiuI have been bravely at it since, and write home their determination to "stay with >' until Ct itt, is absolutely beaten " Hot h Mr. and Miv l.aune show sitfns of anxiet> f.�r Modr onlv ! wo ciiildren who are now overn as. and "in I i W V.'. ^\lr. 1*1 o veiv i>leasfcd to report , , . , . , . the process �f district In it, bn-i Kray hair, he^penk the parental al response, to thin worthy cause, asanxU'LV U." .' M'.\ hoy: .....- ho finally remarked to your cones pendent, "the people down here .lvr CofW. i()d MeSi:i'S. M �i t 1\: >:\ l'*ov>b',' chairman-. .1 \ .'.b; � M at.Uin, Mayor Ilenm> >u -a � I '. fJrad-ha v/ A u'dJil i he juij.- n :\ 1 and t lo'a 'i'n -''! i)' ; i > � n J i ] ( r 11' � -  � � i�' u i �. t �',' � � i'i. i * : i r �  tt i � f-.i He | tisdriK" commitU'c: war organized with ja number of our most jirominetit \ ,i it i nr, in (lie moriiiiu' arid. I in d inn M;- "s|jiH>i'."'m" trademai k oti '� >our ho.;-c .''id ;.oiir r.ahL" \\\i:o: : l he four ^ ind-; i Jefobof i I'.'o .-� 'i i'afuh;nr I '.f.-- and � ! Ma^ratii ( r - ; - e.xjicct.d t  do ; their sha i � ri.e Sailors' Fund A I faK u'v.y ii iif.L'tt .tirariio'd for am! otf '  auu- e-. .-.ortc a dam-e wiii he h"'d ! wiiich will t.i),.' i-,e ii'Mi of a '-oidi''. � hov:> r and r he pc-rqil" will ha w i jirtvileL'c nf douatlriK .irtbder; fo,- th*-soldiers Xn a- hii\''.' which will b>-packed and ooiifed ic, Mo* end of fhe montji I'h'- Hed  � how! 1 o FISH BULLETIN CLASSIFY YOUR FISH tons of foodstuffs This ynar lu.onn,-nno tons nr.. being delivered by thin continent :- o * hat we are faced with J the probb-m of producing HO pe.r cent, ! more foodstuffs in 101ft. The time Lo prepare is no v.. Mr� 'otioirner is on* to hniit for ' !'f t)]C a v. ' 'n v. )i !'h  ie-  an help t h�� men a t the front \u 11 t'11 piir'-'iid of tht Kaiser j AUTHORITIES ARE TAKING STOCK OF AVAILABLE SEED.  :c I his (fun hordes Shi* t-- "poMinKi ih� ro a l.-i.-isp., dav after diiv. a� i *: i t ^ 1-,'d in mi Inn, Mc� ." I n i est iR.'it ion Iff now hi'inf ::r.o)e i,y thr department of arrb*ultnre as to the amount of fiepd fo.vs and wheaf available In Alberta. | ihi � Mock taking is in a r cord a nee | -�! Mi the ai^rewnen t ln-t \^eep t lie pro-! \ i ;eda 1 and federal uove runic at s. hy r^hifii Mic lo.'.tl d'parMnent assumes p : r.'spon.diiMity for lo . 'am 1- ! !i-; !-*ood Hoai d h-i-*  hej and � �'i v(-, ti;,]i to 'r.udard tha* the m'ipplb'v in the Pfiic' Kiver dials now Mitder wav Mi:-t of the iiaN u'ii! Ihl" for seed m Alberra are reported to he. -n the. Kd in on ton district, in the vfcinlty of f ,;it nm be, JJed 1 ii"',1' and Hon oka nnd 'ie- T'r-ai e. llivr Whe.it will i�(inn :an^t iv from 'i......ntral and southern f for ('ar.-idi.wr-. qisM- mm y t Strong, Forceful Men With Plenty of Iron In Their Blood The�c Arc the Ones With the Power and Energy To Win 'Many a capaMc man or w��n;.in ju�t *hor| of wmtuti.: bo.iu^r they d'�u': b.*ik \ip tbrir mttdab'v with tbr pby-n ,il il'. .m. \\irmcrly pby o i Mil * ! Ibdlr\ ;;� 11 o jeS�j ! i o :/.o " I ,.i o t Iri n iti th'- Id, md rut mr. \ a iciti 4 pby*ual ,ie,.| n d wr.d;bnK. nrr\oi. itvtiblr, r.i^d-. t al i^unl. but M li't-'tly lo!^ li:m "f t f: .* t %!filr m�r>c. tint ;,itinti.i ^nd �-t rruuf It "t '.wll wbeb arc ,   Iodine -m,b ii-.'-, . . 11,-ii 1... bf M. >h N'csv >'.�r!., nd *'t'- \\ ^-o ctjai,;- .,s .,:;;,ir,:i jr-n NuraMd Itott b oil aw. i.-reacr *>rirriarv "t t,i 'fl.i!o; tlfj( i t, .imii \. -c d ' * * i'urn, ljj',.,b wb-� v.i  i tj'.Mtil mi t'p- \' \t try ^inMi � nl> t.v-i.t vf.4! - .�! it- ; .tf^� i nit - d Stitt Jud^je 0. \\ . Atkin ct thr ur: oj i ! �ir:i. ... \\., him'tetJ. :.nd o'.hcrx. NtIt.tf years old; 1 bay fielding. 1200 lbs., 12 yi'ur* old; 1 brown mure with toll, 1150 lbs. 7 years; 1 brown mare with colt, i:hm lbs., 8 years; 1 brown mure with colt, MU0 lb*., !* years; .1 man* rolls, ^ yeara old; 1 goliiiiig, 2 year* old; 1 mure colt. 1 yeur old; 1 Kidding o*>Uf 1 your old; 1 HolsUta cow. will l�e frenh soon; about lOo ehbdienw; 2 pigs; about 400 bushels Manner Oats, KOod for Heed; l Van ilrunt p *e�s drill; 1 Massey Harris, 8 toot binder; 1 .lolut Uoere g�ug plov; 1 k^uersou sulky plow; :t rtfclum harrowH; Masney-llarrla eu.tlvator; 3 wagona"; 1 democrat; i Kour Xinety rhcvrolet ear, VJ17 model; I ga�ol!n� barrel; about 4,oou bideku, himber. firewood; 1 bundlo ruck; 1 smut machine; about L' loiirt potatoes; 1 hurrow cart; 4 �&ts team hsrncias; harretH, tools, etc.; 1 rook ;duv�; I hratiuK alova; 1 D� Laval HMparalor; 1 wardrobe; l newinK laMBfue; *J churn*; 1 big- UXltson plnmograph; - tables; G dining room chairs; 2 lamps; ;i bedsteads; i\ kitchen ihuirs; 1 rrudlo; 1 baby chair; I washing machine; pictures didlu-s. carpets, aitthl^ware; fruit jurw, etc. TERMS CASH JOHN BANNINK, Proprietor LUNCH WILL BE SERVED J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer �She The Lnte Mru. Jetwc Woolf Tin* funeral servii-�': h-the dnUffhtef nf fi t'-.j ib-lit Thormi i >u' '\ of the SI 'ike I*p,iddein > . .iinl a largo number of brcitlo-r-* and lister* located throughout th" di.-s- r 1 I I'.'-ntiin::. fhairman : flard. M r . Ab'ton. .1 '" t In- p;i!di- -choc'. i mvn . Misj :;' uart. \\ \ hick. Mi.--. Ttio;-(�f i-iiel A : ijijniiiti.i' to ;i: i 'tiiplitn^ f-upphc � .up , \\ft\ (>!�.- s work i-! c>i f p.,-. if . I^f'd l-iltm.'i- j "!"',-L* hn p! A >;nn'l HmI ;t ;i i pi r II �! -i y i" � Pi - P 1 1 I, * 'U!M' 11 �a lio will ( nt on liiitiion. Mr t h�* a i i'owbT. (rb-f. Interment was mail- at the! da�Tune'r. Mr farditton cemet�;rv. ' ... � Major Brown Back '>� ^/!- ^. ".'"Ih""' '' Major H. �. Hrmvn w\,, Ji.m I.....,, . m1" ' , "j.''1'.' abHont forth, tlm- or f.mrl'--"- '�,nr. of f*obli*�t .... to Kngland. returned s,iml..y "l�lir bv *,M'!I1"P- ri-' " t', i strength, ami mav be i alb-d f-e- . uv, ' ; , ,, in con uver-ea-. ( .. , .... , , unle�i order*: .tie -e, .-i;.-,) ;(. th- con i , ' , i, ltm fc i :oi � \ t'vi ,imr ; Han 1 1 rarv � , . Tun g it the ditii,: .ind ^ .....' . 1 ' i" 1 i ' i g 1 ->r ']> W,i� on . *e.;V 1!u'  .v M r:- i - Tll;i 'c f. i- ' .iv-- M rs. ; '��i";; ... Nf rr 1 7 ''til h)l| , t \y * >ni % Ht _ ft' Wx) 1 liuttnn ! i v/ i'.tT'l; f*P^ ti.i  Ii' * u ; jnpMit �.) p:!�>�  ruining V. tiV t t)i �>ii hi;' tip )f; � ip r *= i-*:iv*m Por n i 1 4 l 1 � u --'i'i � i t 1 1 � > 1 1 + I s- Women'�!il i � i 1" � Mr-- l't ad-bav. .. Mi t'lipc, Mr-- W>>>> 1 l,.r \ |i\�!> b�*� 1 * li^-p'1" . * i i * �  � i i 11 a\ id M l1 a i e pr^^idetu >- ia!d Ib'-ca || ;>t|d Mi's j ^ e" llrov, u pv- � i11  i.' t. j n*- S.-i (�()� Mlt C hntisee ofl ?Vidii> A \\':e,i �! a w-; v pi.-:t n ku;t- ring �o.ng g.\ bv f jie v -v Vollj*g ladles Mibahly eipiijipfi with tie* ma terl.iU for their work Th'-n followed .i tdiarming dtter In two a]- younr h*dleu nilticd '1 Wan' My hadd\ " Then followed "Nursing lhtdiiy ft Men b> a la/ger rtoup vet \ nicely attired m II *d Cio - nur->-tumeii The mu-i- ( otndtnb d wiin "Keep the Horn*' Pire- Uuruing." which w.ik adinjr.iIdy >\t.;e j, with a bam. Mr * U \' fire for the perfumers to mi arouml. > Kugem* !:ob,u and Wiii ve: > well kuhk bv Mrasia ' KoUom, June I.amb. (.Viivj Dure, 1 I'rl.srJIla Ks>ion. KoMitlu Woolf and'; Thelma Iteedrr X reading followed bv M: n l[ ft i. i er. Mr-. I� \ a; d Mi-' P M Mr 1 Inpew otr. u.i*  e,- M r ^ M man, M t .111 iNii i fit r Mt � I. i 'a:rn� la-aiibcl'. i M e > N. 1-al h ill '. Tin- a;i\!i ..-tip'ti' . S - i.  �: � .t.i11 ; a. j :.. Mi Hall. M . M namie!-. an i :  t�dbew n i-i^'-nt.-l t':� K� ! 1 're; Moun:aln \'.e.\. " Seymu'.i,' Suit' i. haw^oii: Moiiuii rfrlby . H'-a/i v i Mrs W Sorr. :. 1 1 Mr A. ^ J '-n.b. ridi .1 � ii Ha'1'. I.� .r. i'� I, Ae:u.!. H Tan S I.ou . Tavl,,:- \ t.iub-, \\ ^^b.o'd t t i u ;.ibM;i !' i-lilll ' b . I "at � 'J.iJj'el ; l)r!l lUUilta Harrlh\ ilb- V \ bach. Local M:"uer Speaks . Mr. Mai tin V.'- df. M.IM1 . lict , K ill.ha II. Ville, \|; - !�: \ W I'.t. U.-l ItOb.Ttr . Ib'.'.e Ve|"> Ul-'trUC* iVe of the Crd Stavjmjal fi�v. + f reorganl/atlou was taken up As FOtin �ir* the program w,� the nilnuten of the bo^t annual meet in* wore read and no- report- of th*1 work accomplished, since Oct. int. 1UJ7, wore bunded in. Th aro as follows: Total of money * oil*-, ted *:;SSa.:.ft; expendtturcri, $:bri'jsss; balam* in the t'nlon Hank, }X,t\ 7! The oioiiry has been expended as b.llo* . ("ash to lioc',, atid provincial off ice. f.'.T-.'.��; i-aid to: met .up.oi'v that \. tdiandlfie. $2tis:ie;; ttuUuu.-.. utn. i ; en, bating tha1 over . ihat evt-u n uo-we should br ah  work fo: nmn> might an well ii.. ';e up our mind-results keep togethi a:. ! work fotfr-her m thlj* g:eat 'a'.:.. ..hUh !iad the ai*i\e KttpptU ! Of the p in ibis provite that hM -ii'\ I.e. .lit needed A i'e-o.u; Jo:, t\ in- :al co\�-i iiiia-u* Mr Woolf .-fate I w eve ahvav^ at t b- sumlrk'H consist �.[ m auij; mat bine-;. \ p;i .7%vt\i iilu\ it. ,(, ,� i,, be forward, d t . chairs ami neer-v^iie- w |i n !i remain M,rt. p. \u .(. .n "i-ani Ut the imro? the properly of the ninety and ate u,mttc aceideui ' .a? hml overia vei, part of its a*se it no; tee.aired. Uv.it the lo-- >( .e. The work room lift-' voided great ie ' ,-.enf an-1 aU,,\ :-'ad> lie 1 (':., suits, especially during the l.i^r *dghi workers v a- a � tioiw loss t, ti,. -e , months The followb)r. ^ :* b-*l ��f .\>-\y i%i t!(1. ,.E anv time j the work forwanled to Calgasv in the | A Life Membership. I last year: Amputation o�\�-i-> TH, ; The ^.ivuu.. K. X. Harker. wa-i nurhes' aprons \\t>, arm .^hng^ ;;.;4. kit ' tlu-n pie^.-nled �\ !h a life member-hip j hags ll.b 1MV hags *\U. comfort hags ju MK-iet> I.;. the members ot Mo 45, T bandages V4u, triangular bund-( Uudie.V iitin it *--t-.-;. and be e\piv-r�i agen 122, M T bandages \'x\, bed . the deep sat^fa. 'Un\ this generous do socks ila'J, lotion binders 114:'. flannel nation affoid.-u ji m. saying that m. hinders l'*iG, slret'lier raps L'4, surgeon 'greater lionor mild be conferred ujion | caps IU, li I* covers 4f�4. dressing : any man or woman than a life mem-j gowns 74. surgical gowns mu, haudker-j bersbip in ibis noble society, chiefs Slit', housewives 14. pillow canes , The Cardston n:.tnc]i inteml-i b-)A22. pvjanm suits ISib quilts ;:, shaets Ht;ut th*- new \�*a!- with aneletaieu t�0, day shirts Mil. hurgeou sleeves 5 spee.l and ii:;,-:: Ir, to turn out a nurse sleeves ft, slings, shaped o". ; greater volume oi work than ever ami socks pairs, opernling stockings ! hopes to ;v.i>e iar more money tins 154, towels US. pyjamu trousers ! year than la .vhhh, owing to our I fomentation wringers shoulder ; greater losses every day is becoming I wrups 7. W�sk rlolhs 110. Total 8148 j more and more iieeded. Not only do the women seem to have ! A resolution ei thanks was tender done the lion's shure of the work by ; nl to the outj.-� ing committees and hand, but they fiuve also collected a I workers and al> up in the work room and forwarded as : were .lec'ed on ; .ie Central Commit completed work. The ladies' commit- lee for tin* icoll, Mrs. 1>. U. enrolled, 214 associate members audi 390 (tiildrou. J ' �� All iM.'iibible supplies wtlJ i ior germinaMng ipiality a\ tiie (-;�-ine.-i and the testing 3tntion  t ( :.b.ar>. ill" ferlerat government i'U.im: the goeu *Un k and storing il a ill'- internal ''i*'Vator�. Some pur-'li.Ts*  have aba-uiv heoii nude under :he (l.j-e.-tjfjn of A K Wilson, of tho ra-e! '�onimisHlon. ami as noon an th? : li; "sMtig operas ion- a r� completed 'a- bu^liu- in of funht-r supplies wili I'i- ;ic'1. ��!>� pro.- eetiied mvmxh Made in Canada (El IF you've never worn Society Brand Clothes you arc due for a new experience. They remain presentable long after other clothes have lost their shape because the stvlc is tailored into every garment by hand. Your first Society Brand Suit will convince you that it's wasteful to pay less for clothes not up to our excellence of tailoring. Thr label is our pledge to you of unqualified satisfaction. -  Style Book ami see the distinguished cffcctstli.it you can get for Kail and Winter. \Vn�> t >; t! SOeilTV BRAND ei.OTHV.S, LlMITH), CANADA A I IK H� DKCKKK A Co US, I'M IT I 11 MATES <-"iC*iaJ stw YttHK MONIKKAI. 1 STYLE HEADQUARTERS It'IT Society %ruud (�lotl}va �re acki HERE are a few custom tailors who put the extra construction into clothes that you get in Society Brand, but not many. And the tailors who do are among the highest priced in America. As tor ready-wear clothes, there is no other make we know that attempts to oqual tlu- Socaiy Biarnl standard. U you buy Society Brand vou won't be embarrassed by niwtini: othi-i- mru who are better dressed than you are. Don't make the mistake of paying lest nan bociety Urar.u prices for clothes that never fit so well nor make you look so orosDerou*. McKelvie & McGuire Lethbridge "Style Headquarters"-Where Surifty Ifrttttd tfUuttffi art sold ;