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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JPAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEi^BER lU WARWORKOFTHE SALVATION AIY J Many tributes have he&n. paid to the 'Vork of the Salvation Army, and aiore especially is this the case with regard to the many-sided activities of this or-f;anl7.ation in the Interests of the King's men. The latest evidence of approval and appreciation is from uo less a parson��:e than King George himself. His lUHjegty on several occasions has visited Salvation Army Jnatltutloiis iu France, and in the home-land, and recently in course of � round of Tls'ts. which he made at ihe London command dept)t, the King called at the Salvation Army hut. There was a numerous company of I aoMlers in the hut at the time, though ' the officer in charge Commander Cox. j �wag ill, and Mrs. Cox bravely carrying on., a fact which did not escape fllt� Majesty's commendation. Shaking .liands with �&s. Cos. the King asl^^d ia number of questions repardlng the �fforta wllfeh the Salvation Army i* making: for the welfare of the itroops, end expressed himselt aa well pleased with the comfort* and ^nterior arrangementB of the hut. He jAvas also delighted to note the popular-pty of the institutions, as evidenced by ,fthe large number of soldiers present. Since. His Majesty has given further erldeace of his appreciation in a ]ett�r to GensraJ Booth, in which the 'Klnfc eneltoBed a contribution of �100. But the latest.-incident of interest Is �tie lact that aji Salvation Army offic-:ers eoga^d in war work were iaclud-d in the King's birthday list of honors. Thay are as follows: Colonel fVVm- Heinds, in charge of Salvation jiArmy work in Prance. Staff Captain �aiarr Booth, Brigsdier Greenwood, Ma- jor Martha Chippendale. Adj. May Wliittaker. Adj. Bramwell Taylor. Col. Haines and Slaff-Coptain Booth are clesi&nated officers of the Most Bxceileuf Order of the British Empire, while roniaining four become members of the order. This decoration is awarded for services at hom^ and in France. I'nder the leadership of Staff-Captain Booth, excellent work has baen done in the way of hospital visitation at the various base centres, and 'in this connection doctors and nurses have expressed their appreciation of this work. Needless to say, the sick and wounded xnen do also deeply appreciate it as well. Many a lonely heart has been comforted and sorrowing lives have been brightened by this rainlstratiou of love and mercy. Staff-Captain Booth belongs to the third genenition of the Booths, being the second daughter of General Bramwell Booth. Miss Booth has written a TOOsi interesting book, now in its second edition. enUtled, "With the B. E,r. in France." FLOOD THE LAND KEEP BACK TANKS Germans Concerned About Advance of British Along: the Scarpe-Fear For Douai A LIFETIME OF Preiented by "Fruit-a-tlves" The Wonderful Fruit Medicine I 6S Maisonmbl'vk Si-,, Huu,, Qvk. "In my opinion, no other medicine is 50 good as 'l-'rait-a-tires' for Indigestion and Constipation. For years, 1 suffered with these dreaded diseases, trying-ail kinds of treatments until I.was told I was incurable. One d.iy a friend told me to try Tniit-a-ti'ves'. To my ."surprise, I found this medicine gave immediate relief, and in a short time I was ail risbtsg-ain". DOXAT LALOXDli; 50c. a box, 6 for $2.00, trial size 23e. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Where Quality Does Count! JECMlSEanegg. agedin cold stor-Bfte, has lost iti P�>?or; Kai nothing to