Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13^ �t91S THE : LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN ' � PERSONAL 4> � Tlie Wlllard V>'^. C. T. U. will meet with-Mrs. Rldpath, 519 12th St. A., North, on Thursday afternoon at 2.30. . The Girls' Auxiliary will meet at the club house tbnlgirt at 7.30. Will the members who are making donations of (rult please leave them at the Herald � office, on tHeir way to the club rooms. - ' H A miscellaneous BhOwer will he held at the residence of Mrs. A. C. Saunders, 1242 '(th Ave., on Friday of this week (Oct. 18), In aid of St. Patrick's bazaar. The Thistle Sewing Circle �will meet with Jfrs. iMfller, 405-i2th St. S. N.. on Wednesday atterhoon for Red Cross sewing. * Mrs. Felterly's section of the' Wesley Ladles' Aid meets with Mrs. G. W. Allison, 907 7th Avenue,'tomorrow afternoon. Rev. S. 0. Gray of .^lacleod will preach at St. Mary's church next Sunday. .Mrs. Rosewarn's section of the Re-bekahs will meet with the executive committee at the home of Mrs. W. I. Taylor, 1225 5th Ave. South, on Wed- 100' Your on THAT'S the percentage, and more, that a few dollars spent on your teeth,will return to you. Let us put your teeth Jn shape today, and vei^ soon you will note the difference in your health and appearance. You will be able to chew your food In comfort and your digestion, will immediately Improve. Don't put oft your visit to our offices any longer. We maintain three of the most mod-ernly equipped dental establishments on this continent in^the cities of Calgary,' Lethbridge and Edmonton. Don't be afraid to consult us. 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 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALQARY OPFICE-IISA EIQHTH AVENUE C. EDMONTON OFFICE-S CRI8TALL BLOCK. No fuel shortage }oK can, dismiss from your mind all ivorries about the winter fud problem by taking a trip or spending the winter IN BR/r/SH COLUMBIA. Winter o?^ tonight for some special work. . � Tlie chicken pie social that was held at the Hyssop school hoiise Ijy the Sorosis society on Friday night was a great success, in spite of unfavorable weather conditions, people from the city giving it.^pleudld support. " A chicken supper was served which ivas very much pnjoyed, followed by a program and dance;"'During the evening a life membership badge was presented to the president, .Mrs. Ed. Mc-Kenzie, as a surprise. Two turkeys were raffled, Uie live turkey donated by Mrs. W. S. Gftiia, going to Mr. George Van Home, and the dressed turkey, donated by Mrs. Ed. McKenzie going'to K. C. Harvey. The proceeds, which amounted to $100, are to be used for patriotic purposes. The society desire to thank all those who helped to make the affair such a success, for' the donations, and the. pig donated by A. E. Dupen. . a ? NURSING MISSION REPORT ? ? FOR St'PTEMBER ? .> ? Number ot- New patients ........... Old patients ............. Metro patients .......... Professional calls (day) Professional calls (nigjit) Friendly and relief calls . Business calls .......... Office calls ............. Total number of calls ......1227 'Patients paying full fee Patients paying part fee...... 10 Patients cared Cor free (9 babies) ....................... 22 3 calls for nurses tor private duty were supplied. Groceries were sup-�plied to 7 familiies. meat to 7 families, milk to 4 farailie.s, medicine for 2 patients, new boots for 2 school children, water rates paid tor 3 'tarailies, light for 1 family, rent for 1 #oman, warm underwear for children, warm clothing and hoots for 5 families, temporary home found \for 2" children. 33 calls for women for ^day's workf. 2 calls for maids. � Milk Station Milk has been supplied to .^R babies, special food has be^n prepared tor 14 of them, who were under doctor's oare, 3 O'f these were from out of town. Our work in this connection is increasing in.stend ot decreasing, aij the cbol weather comes, and more people every month are bringing their babies to the' mission for information and advice. (Sign^'l A. M. Tiiley, Supt. � * ? > ! > > ? ? � * > : > > > > > * � GENERAL � ? : : ? ? ? : > Pte. W. T. Smith, who enlisted at Tiber with the 113th Kilties, ot Lethbridge, Avas one ot the veterans who relumed on the troop train which arrived at midnight last night. He has seen much Ot the active trench service aiid was relieved tron duty on account; of rheumatism. Neither hl^ wife, Mrs. Smith, the thatron of ; the Children's' SlieUer, nor his daughfnr. airs. P. L. Pender knew definite'Jy^ of his return oh that train and it was a very agreeable .surprise to tbein. He will remain here for his two weeks' leave before golug to Cul^av;. and his friends can locate him at. Mrs, Pender's residerico, 442 Twelfth street. -Medicine Hat l>Jews. � � Mrs. AV: Pentland Lindsay was- up last week removing her household of-, focts to Calgary. Mr. Lindsay ishiow Supei-Intendeiit of llie Doihlnibiv Pol-'' ice from Winnipeg to the Coast. TlKjir duty is the enforcement of the Mlii-tui-y Service Act:-Red Deer" Advocate. "'\ ? WEDDINGS � � t> ^ '> ; : � > : DRICE-MEilVIN ' At St. Barnabas church, l\tedioine Hat, the 9th day otOctoho;-, 1018, Mr. I'Btor Brice and Miss Myrtlo -Alervin; both ot Thompson,'Alberta; wore uu, ited in marriage, the Rev. E.' A. Davis, Rector ot St. Barnabas, oifHciit-Ing. � � WEAVER-SDRHNSON- -, At Si. John's church. Medicine Hat, October 11th. Mr. James Weaver was united in inarriage to Miss Maiy Soronson, both ot Bow Inland. Rev. Thps. Wilson g�r?oi-"-td Wie marriage ceiemouj, . HERE'S YOUR CHANCE 1 200 12 32 I 45 938 AT "THE BAY" N WEDNESDAY ECONOMY PRICES FROIVl THE Dry Goods 30 only, White Bi'd Spreads, large size. j ECONOMY PRICES Economy Price 25 pairs Dark Blankets, weight 5 lbs. "Worth iJ-lOO. lhce Max!-imilian's retention in ofli?^pU say that Prince Maximilian's resignation is probable and that his probaljle successor will be Dr. W. S. Solf, the new foreign minister, or Philip Schib-douiiiun, secretary o� state without portfolio. \ The letter written by Prince Maximilian to Princ'e Alexander, referred to above, was written on January 12 and purported to be an explanation of an address made jjy Prince Maximilian In tlie chamber of deputies at Baden. This address was knows as Maximilian's "sermon on the mount." The' text of the letter shows that Prince Maximilian was reactionary in his pc< litical attitude and that he was at that time a firm supporter ot the German royal family and the pan-Gormana. the AustroHimgarlans, yGermans. and Turks and especially ct Uie possible evacuation of.T'inland and[ the Bfiltio provinces, where neutrals' fSar a fn-sumption of the .Red Terror and ave* newal of the struggle between the TiVhite and Red Russians which will further threaten Scandinavian interests and upaet the shipping'' on the Baltic. Tlie dread-of Bolshevikism in Scandinavia bas been intensified by the recent action of the ' Bolsheviki com-. iuune at Petrograd which ordered that i neutral flags and'seals be taken from I all neutral, properties except legations and .consulates and declared that neu: tral officials might not protect the properly of their eountrymen, much less . that ot other countries. For montlis I neutral citizen.s-4iave been - leaving I Russia and now that the righta'of ne^i-tral officials have been abrogated, it seems unlikely that they can remain in Russia much longer; The Finnish government is conslant-ly training tropus and expresses confidence ot Us ability to withstand the Bolsheviki movement. Neutral Property In Russia Not Safe-Neutrals Leaving Russia. Stockljolm, Oct. 15,-'(By the Associated Press).-jpfuch uneasiness prevails in the'Scandlnavian countries as to Uie probable effect ot the evacuation of Russian territory occupied by in the CUij Cburcbee Minimum salaries were fixed at ?J,300 a year for married ministers, JJ^.OGO tor unmarried ministers, and ?S00 for' probationers. At the. .fsamie session the conference'approved the raising ot the scale ot superannuation. Retiring allowance ot 515 tor each year ot a minister's service and $10 tor minister's widows were definitely d,eclded on. / Winnipeg IJkrainans will erect a hall to cost $200,000. St. Cyprian's-Friday 'at 8,' choir practice at the church. ' St. Mary's-Tonight at 8:30, Vestry" meeting; AVednesday S:30, Parochial association; Thursday at 7:45, G. A. Friday at 8, Intercession service; a.\ 8:30, choir practice at the church, j The J.W.C, will, not open until schools reope.n. Next Sunday: riar? vest Thankag/ving services, which will be conducted throughout by Rev. S. Ci Gray of Macleod. ' Christian-^Union prayer meetinjj meeting will be held at 7:^0 in Knox church. Thursday evening, choir practice. Friday afternoon. Ladies,' Aid will meet for sewing. L.D.S.-The Relief society meeting hag been- postponed until' Friday at 2:SQ li the L.D^S. church; Siibjeot, Gone-ology. Christian Science-Wednesday at 8', regular testimony meeting. St. Patrick's-Friday, a miscelJin. eons shower in,.^aid pf St. Patrick'd bazaar will be held at the h�me of, Mrs. A. C. Saunders, 1242 Seventh ' A'N'cuue.