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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHCKIDGF, DAttA HERA! D WEnXF.SDAY. SEPTEMBEH 3, I. O. D. KREPORT (pfl5. fd In res-in} irt Hie war (in'or wMch Her Kieelli-ivy und parly i I in response to sn rppenl mad'j liy MKchell o.' on bH.aU lnvufihi- t Tor thg 't The rc-iiort of the meeting Of ihe Chapler I. O. K. li w at Montreal la May. was dellr-jwrlt ihoustn fcre.i to liie Major Jjurk Hoss Chapter. fireai deal i I. O. K, Lnhbridgp, Alia, ai n rcL'oul meeting, by Mrs. C. V. (ollowin; Conybearo: My attendance at tUe nuetiiiR of! Ttat a fund the Chapier of the imperial Daughters of i Order of ibe Daughters of tlio >-Ji-- to proti'.oie 10 our soldiers ns A very clever .iui scheme end otter ii( lt> as presented. or iho vomeu ol in'mine dii rici beyond the '-ili of whrre oco doctor endeavored to serve the medical needs of u district of L mile5. a Doailu'.ou lur.d. cipeced to be Known as ihc Mfirr R. Uooder- ham thuergency Fund, to provide nursing and bospiui Bccoiutuodnlon tbe sick and suffering in the out- Mc-uirval that J hope iruiuy .........._ me order ;is a we >r ibe members of; and -worsen who have J-.ed so g dcft-nsp ot Oic Empire injcvl tlial the in Canadajiving Districts of Canada. The conlri- eilufatioiial work ol iJie chapters uf earn prov- >muml lo the will bo devoted lo the needs of province. Mr.-. Mitchell promis- al ihe firil baby it a Rirl would bo called Mary and .i liov, AlUn Goo-lerhatn her it tshed lira miKbt stand attend the iixvt'cs iu C'al.cary'titf present war. [life be ei- yciir. 1 am :i uiewbor of iu iho following wayi uf U'C chapters fcrrupj lu Lctbbrldge To fey nil scholarships ot suf- and have bren a r.'.irly i-c'ent value to provide a universilyl u; the ic fcer thi- :asi five years, bu- be- education or recognized equivalent j -Mr> Jli assure-J .u- fore have I realized ill? fiiortmm-i, araUablo tor and IJralied lo the e In Brain. _ aniouni o! 'jrorli ihe order IIP- and daughters of (a> the soldier or' A frv- of the ligures in tie annual the war-j sailor or men of the Air Force killed Altogether we have ovi'V hi acliori or wlio died from wounds IT! br reason of ibe wtir prior to the has lU'Ciirailou of peace; (bl the penuan- live- an-! half icol ponf-deni tnai most of ii report nilfhl h? ihey arc printed Iu the animal report. Mrs. John Rrure, who Ims treasurer of national chap'.er for chapters In tho Dominion since Auj. ihc liiue aciJ wp have 5Pem for j provinces where oihar orgarilialloaE j JVRS diicusswl totwaid a re of iiror.urlal oi1 In Ontario BIU! it Taa cd tho national prgaulilos proceed Bl enca lo ihe orjaaizatlou of s provincial chap- ter fa Oiilarlo iind lhai fhe bu instructed 'lo proceed in lha same WAV with. lo other un-j organ tied provinces iihcti tuey ci-, proM iheir destre to that cfTect iu accordance with tbc coQslU'jticu. l.sdy Pore BpeahinK Ita work before the order duviuE the days ol TCfODSlructlou, snld (liat the and work or the order in too Domin- ion should be as vast a> ilip country "There pro." provinces already ?2iJ. [our and Novn will Is prep-irlnp lo Ao so. There i-iy roinufn the for ilie tooJ of cur cctuTiiry. The by i v.-o have l-eon L'O'HK liic jco five years lias hec-n a labor ui lore. tor who anionj! us would peace wh.'c ot then aro of school aje. In those the T.-e'farc ot oyr_ and FailJ or institutions miidc ilniUar pro- ,he r'ecetrt3 0, of otfice provincial D. To and those ibe" lovo. There arc (visions, many branches r-( ;cmco in piiiioi-' 1r work, bu: to ray mind the Iwo; itiai need the most atLeuLion art; citild'aro and lUe lien of ib? One of tbe plt-asant occcrences or I be meeting iva? ihe I'.iPsentaTion ol d jcirelled badjc to Mur- ray, iLe foimJrcss OL ihe order. In sn link- speech she- told how many ye.trs ago she came out to MM'.real from 3coil and vitii !itr husband (n of McGill Uiii- ant! even curing "lUe Tir5T- uzoniii there, so many the best ladies called ru hr-r home and 'iiaile her welcome to this coumry ihat she to !oFi-r ihe FrUecdiJ feellug o' i lowthrp which sac experience J. tcune years adir conceived the bcrta and Quebec and 1 sure 100 will fall into liue. I bopa sooc it. b? able to say to our beloved found- er tbat her valuable work Is estab- lished on n firm and ia entirely organized. Miss Constaiico Bolioa tendered her rsslgnRlioii from the tiailonal eiecu- iire and ihe ordfr, a protest against "the unprincipled nnil nctiona of a few members, who hnvo circulat- ed garbled and false slfttemeots cu'ftted to discredit ihe order and women of (be hljhesi chancier who have been elected to direct thq at- fairs of the order." Her resipaation these will no: Wfcett the" bcwki o wbasfl saved thgl Empire anj iis cherished F_ fromote courses ol illuslrat-j cd lectures, free to the children of j ou the history geograpbyi of the Zmlpre. I G. To place idthic the ncit five years in every school in Canada, irhere there are children ol 'orcign- i born parents in altendance, a rters of llio Empire historical librarv. t Tbe unanimous passing of this mo-, I lion Ih9 latter body his uubliely rcpudldl- ed any turlher IDA CONTBBARE. Kegant, Major Jaclt Ro.ia Chapler, I.O.D.E. of enemy countries. wllh i DemocniUc Finance Director Several from different. Jamieson jilans to raise chapters were endor.-ccl: I for S. eleclton, as high From thc Victoria Guelph Chapler: I coat has hit politics. WAGSTAFFE1S Real Seville Orange Marmalade All Omnpi ml jYe I care la S'JtaPan. HM or or ihc DAUsnlcrs ol: the E Ditmtetsiips lo Ibe Nalitis-' rl Charier were one to Mrs Veinle J.arun the honorary ol ihe SisV.atchewan pro- Tincial cbapler f.ut onp to Lady Bor- deu from-the LaureanaB chapter of Shoes Alter reports irom municipal c'nap- tors Tvere read, f.nny Badpn-Poircll nciivcrtu n fbort atldrtfss on the ideals aitns o[ llie Girl Guide movement. strong appeal to the the mceli rose ln a and ot tho 1. 0. D. w help Xallonal Amhem. l .moremeni m any way Iu power., Jhp re drafl D[ lhe Con5litll1i0111 caused n heated discussion. Mrs. At Ihc afternoon Ftssion Gooieiham asned: lac meeiius uf; ;A- W. McDoukald, of Montreal, noLnt- ed out that according to Clause XII ot clrcutar by h power lo executive had refused to listen, riS Lndv' Kingsmill had printed and her due lo reply publicly to them, Mrs. Gco. Sniitli, ot SI. Catharines, 'the national educatiooa] secretary, oudined her educalional scheme for a pass tlie by n. _______hs Tote. This was op- posed by many of-tne members.pres-j 'ent and Lady Pope asked that in order Primary Chapter, tuc people as far as ihe order was j concerned, be allowed to consider j Ihe amendments, pointing out that' thc life membcra who "were" present! merc-ly'as lhe result ot ths payment1 ot a J50 nullify the- Tote of an eriual number of delegates each of whom represented 50 lueaibers of tbo order. To (his .Major O'Drian re- plied that the House of Commons at Ottawa hail Hie to laws J without further appenl lo lhe people j and Ih2 delegates were in the sarne l position. KlnssiEill read a letter from E firm of lawyers she hart j consulted and stated she had taken j preparatory measures to taking legal 1 proceedings against the order In case j the re-draft, which had not hesn con- sidrreJ by Hie chapters according lo thc constitution, bu forced upon lhe 1 mcctiog- Alter an hour'? ia.lher bitter dis- cussion on ihe amendment.' the fol- i lowing amendment submitted by Lady Pcj1? .Wfls nrtoptpd; That thc annual meeting receive the amendments of the re-draft as rrpor! of the committee on amentl- i mcrus and that ii printed and trlbutcd to the chapters ?.niJ lhat in I Ihe interests ol uarmony the amcnd- f mcEL of the re draft not be considered for adoption ntzt year when il la hoiJsrt the vrholc of Ihc order will ho completed. All differences, were put In Ihc l backgronnd in the aftamoon when I Her Vlicellcncy, ibe of Devon- j stifre, attended the She iras Creeled by Mrs. W. C. Hodgson, j Ilegenl of the Municipal Chnjjler of Montreal. !Mr3. CiarkOIurrar, founder F you would secure service and satisfaction from your shoes this Fall, it is more than ever important that you shouM go to a reputable dealer in whom you have confidence, and see that the maker's trade- mark is.on the shoes you buy. This for the reason that leather is now scarcer than at any time during the war, prices are higher, and some grades of leatifer are to-day almost unobtainable at assy price. C. Millions of pairs of shoes, millions of feet of leather, have been bought for Nations of .Europe whose stocks of footwear were entirely wiped out by the war. This-has more than offset the reduction-in demand for army shoes. And coming upon a supply of material which was already scarce, it has resulted in a situation which, for the time being, is serious. CT, Therefore, unless you have first-hand technical knowledge of shoes and leather, you must rely more closely than eVer this Fall upon the reputation of the maker and of the retailer. CL The retailer who has a reputation to sustain will not endanger it for the sake of a little extra profit. And no established manufacturer will stamp his trade mark upon goods which do not represent good value.a't a fair price. O, The chances are that you do not feel any great interest in the leather market, or in the conditions which govern the manufacture and distribution of shoes. But you ARE interested securing for yourself and your family reliable footwear at fair prices. And the value -which you receive for your hard-earned dollars is inexorably determined by those same conditions which govern what we call the shoe trade. You cannot control them, any more than we can. But you CAN' control your method of buying, so as to get the greatest possible value for every dollar you spend. C So we think it only just and proper to tell you, at the commencement of each what the conditions really are, so that you may base your buying judgment upon them. It Isdlapenaed In this cUy by J.'D. HlRlnhotham Co.r Lid., and other druggists. PIMPLES ITCHED ANDJPED FaceWas Badly Disfigured, Culicura Soap and Ointment Healed, "Srr.sll red plnpts ani fclack begin on luj md m faci W2S badly disfigured. Some of Ihr. plnplcs Ics- teeA while olhesi tcaljd over and there were pla the plmplu vttt la blotchw. They used !lch Ond burn lerriblj-. "1 law in auvcrilse- axat tar Cntlora and I Hied than. They stopped the Kchlngtnd bum- tig and I useil four ukn ol Soap inA ibiu boxes ot Ointment wlifcn icaled ire." (Slgncij) Mill V. ft. Hayce, 'IS. For S s1 "Cti ui tho order, presented hor -with a; ot orchids and 5Irs. Oooder-1 haoi, Ihc retiring president, expressed the faomPEe ol Hie members in a few well-chosen words of welcome. I MM. delivered the prea- lidenllai after ivlilch Wtss j lioullnn, on behalf of Iho order rc- [qi.iS5t.ed Her Excellency to present to 1 Mrs. Clooderham a Jewelled liadge !as a mark ol Bppreclallon for her j great aerricca to Ihe order. After I reports vrore reid by Miss McQaHJn. ibe assistant nalional ?ecretflryr and MTF, John Bruco thg treasurer, were' read, MTB. Clooderham read an Ilium- a'ldreaa (framed In silver) wlilch WHS prtacntecl lo Mrs. Urucc by Her Excellency on behalf of the' order, in appreciation of her great j zeal and faithfulness, being nn officer: o! long standing In the order aod dur-1 Ing her efghlecn yca'3 of memher-1 ehlp has only Dihfed two meetings. Miss McOaffJn's report snowed a. total of letters dispatched during Ihe year from Lhe national ex- ecutive, ElehLy-two new chapters hart been foraaed during th'e year, bringing the roll to 750 chapters In lhe Dominion. Mrs, J, Murray Clark pieaenterl the first Annual report of the Navy Lengtio commitiec of r. O. n, fnd reriewctl (lie work of Mlsa Con- slanre Hoiilton who gave 73 IDusUat- etl lectures covering S5 Onlarln towns to. 30.000 children between .May, (fie hcTng "DrlliJu'i p.irl In Ihe war." MTF. Hmlth fhyn reatl lo Her Excellency thu reaolulloi To Buy Wisely This Fall: FIRST: Go to a reliable dealer whose reputation you know and whose judgment you can trust: and SECOND: Make sure that thc "trade mark of a manufacturer whose standing is known is stamped upon the shoes you buy. Our booklet, "How to Buy is gladly sent without to any address in Canada. Please address inquiries to our head-office at Montreal, AMES HOLDEN McCREADY T. H. RIEDER, President LIMITED "Shoemakers to the Nation" HALIFAX ST, JOHN QUEHEG MONTREAL TORONTO LONDON WINNIPEG RECINA BDMONTON SASKATOON VANCOUVER CALCART ;