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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 10. loi'.i HIE LETiJIimrXlK DAfLY HERAID .8 MILADI Phtnt 1224 r visitors in lo PERSONAL 10 i tliIL Li.LClilLJil I young man wnujr] m the tjon ,hc Unjled Stjlles normal course under the Military htlfl necil ordcrci] nee Act, tlic minister of Justice might; fl wish to iic put on record further LU regard lu tins mailer. Minister Visibly Affected Hon. Mr, Donerty said: Hall on Tuesday evening next. This is Marcu5i born on Dcc. the of a to be .held t every or 31, 1 There''cari be no lion o[ Ih'e fact a't'h'e noi liable month in aid of tlie Benevolent-Fund of thc Association. (or ECrvice under the.Militbry Service j Act. A picture Hint Is attracting a great' "My son auumilled'.himself lo thc dcalof attention locally is the photo-1 properly constituted board of exanun- jjraph o: the convent inn cf Ihe Nat- ional Chapter or the- I. O.-D. E. itctl in the window of thc Mason and Risi'li store, 5th St. v o NURSING MISSION REPORT ation appointed in Montreal under liio MlliUry Service Act. The board con- sisted of six members, four OL VIENNA, Sept. Lovnssy Hunparian foreign nrinislcr. has been forced out of the cabinet, according lo were prescnl wlien my son was exam-; advices from Uudapest. He had here- ined." f toTore refused to meet demands for Here Mr. Doherty gave the names j his resignation, but his colleagues JPECIAL D. H1GINBOTHAM CO., LTD. The Kind That Putt Inli> [tie Cheeks of Women and force, Strength and Cour- age Into Ihe !of Men YrVcKlria I' Following is the Xurslng Mission report for Ihe months ul July and Au- gust, 1019: July :MI. nf old' patients 1 No of now puticnU 3C> j Xo. of .Mnlrn No. of professional calls No. of calls is now of friendly and relief calls... RS! No. ot business calls tf Totnl Xo. of patients paying full Ice... 7 No. of paying Tee----- 11 Xo. of iiallcnls corcil fur free..... lil Groclrics wore givr.u tn 13 rnnil- meat to 10 families, nillfc lo 7 (iiniLUc-S. rent for fHnillics, -water ratc5 pai'J Tor 13 families, lighl for :i families, new boois for 2 children, rootii rent c'i! ioo to milk wag also given lo lilm; coal' supplied for I ft a new Led, innltress and springs pivt-n [o n needy family, ulicrc a family of six rind only bed, A lied, complete, was donated to us for tlicni., calls for women fur day's work supplied, Five calls lor men for day's work Six calls for mulcts suupllcd. August I No, of now jinticnts 51 No. tif oltl patients No. tjf Metro patients I Xo. o( professional cnlld 31G Xo. of professional calls Xo. of friniully nnd relief calls.. 45 of Imsli'icFS iiiills 65 No. of office cnlls 1165 Totiil Mils ..................1G11 No, nf imliRiits pnyiiiE full fee.... 12 Xo. of patients iiayinp; part Ice II I Xo. of patients cared Tor free 31 I Uroccrlns were filvcn to II families, lineal lo 10. milk to T. new .stockings jand underwear to 2 lllllc children, fresh cgss nnd Jolly for 1 patient, 'clilckcn for nnolhcr pnlicnl. linen jloancil (o J inUlents, rent paid fninillcy. ivaltr rates for 2 families, coal s-cnt to 3 ivtirii .clothing, boots, lials. clc.. given to calla for women (or day's siippllcfl. Onf cflli for nian lor ilay'3 work supplied. Milk Station (he manlli cf July 32 bible were supplied wjlii milk, For five of Use fond wag pared. In -August milk snpplled fov 7.1 tallies, ami for seven of' thcso foods were matle, I In addition !o Ihn above, scrcr'a' j coming Into llic cily for a day'? slmnpliiK or oilier? visiting licrr. will' [licir Kiliies linvc comr. lo us for trinp Is well attended, more than double thclsovict government. number of mothers and babies coming! jthis year than we have had before. NOTED BRITISHERS DEAD I (Signed) A. M. TILUiY, j Superintendent.1 LON'bON. Sept- Tlie r LEO M. MUSIC STUDIOS OFFER UNPARALLEO OPPORTUNITY Kor llir Sluriy of Jlusic in Ilio Uislrlct SOLD IN THIS CITY BV J. D. HIGINBOTHAM 6. CO. DnUGGISTS.l }U July n infill was scnl lo I LEO If, COOMBS THEODOFl FOSSUM Teacher of rnd Piano And Three Assistant Teachers Arrangcmenla made for those living OUT OF% TOWN or coming d> school in Iho Leo ;JM- Coomb's Studios A. SOUTH, LETHBHIDGE i Jwice tke lile silk stXKkings 1 SOILED stockings "wear out soonest! LUX-ivashed stockings last the longest. :lts so simple and easy to wash them in the quickly LUX lather. Do it without twist- ing or tubbing. Do it in a very few moments. Iron while damp with a wairr. iron the sheerest stockingslook like LUX is so pure that it willharm nothing that pure water may touch. There is no substitute for LUX. Groc-ro and departmental stores sell it. Recipe kooklel "Tin Care ofDm'nly Clothes" mailed on icqua'l. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO Do You Remember The Old Corn Doctor? He stood on thc sited, in llic days, and of- fered a "magic corn Tne same ingredients, harsh and incftcicnl, arc sold in countless foTms today. But ilicy did not end corns, and they do not now. docs The One Right Way Modern scicnlicts In ihc Bauer Black laboratories have evolved a perfect method and embodied it in Blue-jay, f In 48 hours, ihc torn is forgotten, Blue-jay completely ends it, and forever. Hardly one coin in ten needs a second application. The way ia sure. It la easy, pleasant, scientific. Quit old-fashioned] meth- ods. Try Blue-jay on one Blue jay The Scientific Com Ender s Fain Instantly Ends Corns Completely Druggists BAUER tt BLACK, LiinileJ Toronlo, New Voile ;