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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUUY. SKl'TK 22, 11117 1HK LETHBrtfiXSE DAILY PAGE (From Our Ov Of- ficer Itimijoti and PrrslJeiH DJgtfs ziicPlIng oi ihe lucril on Krjil.iy evening. It Fortuuatfllj- meu 'l before Ibe allray be- ns -.vt'ii lions, were vemrat caino (ou ser A lull attondauce Is ruquoaied tor lUo l.clhbrLiige service on Sun- day afiertioon. After llio service I wo men will be elected (o eurve on Ihu I'Cinlral JjimiU. Tho issuo dues not lu vitally Ibis district. MOJI of llioso why are Ju llio Ural i-hti-s are lu vssemlAl occupa- tions aiul iiiOat probably be ei- nmiitcd (ram service. The repeal or (he regulation 1s oxiicrtcil Uial Die tiuctllou in ills- caime'd vegetables Is tery accept- able '.o Coalli'.init. It Is very dlffl- ie will le soitU'i] shortly. Mean- vi-lrili> the mine Is mid ililiiga are uguln looking prosper- UU3. Is In Hospital. Ci'unnrr Ailnui Iloborlson who wcull cuit tit oMaln firstly fresh .111J we lint'G 10 to a large extenL canned goods. Our people will have 10 help out food conservation, in avoiding waste. received trom otticr boya stilts that lliey arc. well busy. I We. aro glad (o loam that Mrs.' yiulsy Macduuald wlm Jios been vory Is IJQW OD IhB ruad to recovery. Her many .friends wish her a speedy return lo health. Miss IJranscm is siicndiup the week- eml ivlth her iiarcnls al Taber. ThvifsiiJnK is now pcueral lit (Ire West LcUilirltlgc- dfeftlct. hnvliig been delayed- by tile Jatc aVrival flf ijoive Albert Kir Mi has jjurcliRspd u J. I. (.'use Separator mid bewail ivlili It on Men-lay. In UL-nhmi portion or tlio dts- Irkt mam progress Iui3 litoti mudo nuil IhrefhiiiK operations will SO.TII lie over Icr another searon. The ;iv- crat'e J'IcM (lirouKhmiL iho is 1IOL 51) ,13 %VUS CXJlCdcd but Ilic jjiMde Is very goou. On the ivtiolo ftirniL'r.'i aro satisfied with iho returns. ?'JF5 M-iCdo'.ii'.ld returned on Mou- ihiy from t'.vo iiionttia1 holiday Jn find otJier polnl.1: luirlJl. t UIR scene ot aiioiiirr lifjiipr this vnek when Sl- VL--SIJIU iirrcslctl and lined lor nu'ris ct the Ilroivaler In hi.- than the Itiw Mis; Lily Mclline has fmni iioJi'Jr.y Pliant at I'eriiie. A r.iMa cliss been slnrleJ in r.-iiiiiecnoji wiili lornl Sunday Ei-linnJ, to vrhli'U yoniiK noojile arc inviicil. The sessions nvu lii'M every Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Mr. Clarence Mills arc1 ovur arrival of ;i litllo son tliis ai the S.indham Knrni- Mr. A. W. K'pllh "of Vancouver Is- wlvli his brother J. Kclih :.nd Mrs. Ksllh. A nicc'.ing ol boys of eleven years o[ mill over will ho IicliI cm Monday ovcnhiE at Society will te heM ou Mon- day. Ocioljcr la oipe'-ieii that an address will be given by ft icttirn- cJ suJiiier fro tn actual eiperlonrD. 1'Jaiiz arc being made for u most Interesting foil attendance of sup- purlers Is expected. Tho secretary has received tlio loUowluE donations: 1L. Brown, J. Mclnnls, Searle. IV. "1 Mulmife, F. Sniltli, C. Muiiroe, II. Connor, MucMic, Archibald. K. Hamilton. J. McJlao, W. -McDoh- ftlil, JLJ oacli; C- Urookfi and T. Elovcr anil Mrs. Ilobson, 77 ;M pyjanms. wlnnluj; Nelson, 27 prs.; Mri. -JO plain ?llni-5, hti S Uic 5 atirons, G hinder a, i The of day Mrs Morris (gtnal stockings, JjrJ t, and Mrs. Gravani, sltlrt5 Mrs. 15 pajamas, I work to Mrs. Ittdoath, 3G slilrls; Mrs. 24 putn 21 hut tcld af yirs. Carlyle, 3G Mrs. Gal-Juls, 2J phJou- allpp, Li ronvcnor. .1 niinJly oi Thl? tie 10 pyjamas. ictlcal pyjamas 3; 1 day shirt, C iris, 12 pillowslips, 'i nprUcEach- crn, 2i buck 24 pi How a lip 3, alltiga; Mrs. W. XI. MtcDonald, 24 ngB; Mrs, Maxwell, 12 pilloiralfpa, j towels; MrJ. Morson, 24 toircls; II. Meozle, C nurses aprojn; Mrs. J. A. Pearson, 2 suits pyjamaa; Mra. C- T. Patorson, 12 Mrs. Spanlrtlng, 12 Lowcls. -12 pollowbllpa, 6 aoilomliial Mrs. Summer. 12 pillow Blips; Mrs, S [noisier and Mrs. Marcham, 12 huck towels, J8 owallpa; 2 pairs surgical stock- ings; 12 slings, 2 nuraes aprons; Mrs. SleaWey, 4 pyjama suits; Mrs. Ten- 12 huck towels, 36 pllowsiips, 12 bath towels; Mrs. A. Taylor, 4 pillowslips, 6 lowolB; Mrs. Winters, 24 nucfc towela, 24 plllowslipg, 6 altnga; Mrs, P- J. huck tow- els, G slings; Mrs. WHcoi, 3 suits pyjamas. The. lollo'Ring .Is Jhc. report, of. the number or Saturdays, each cadet has delivering anfl'collcCltDg Red- Cross work: George Johnston, 4; James Mosey. 4; Douglas Holilnson, 4; Sydney Jenks, 'Harry 1; Lenox Ilaj-, I; Fred 0. Re- ported by Mirrlam B, Slollze.' y, Sept. prelhnlnary meeting of the cost oi living commti- Blon as offecllng the cotl miners of Al- berlK and eastern British Columbia was held In Calgary yBslwaay. The comrnlEston was appnlnlctl aa a result oT the sftttlpraeul made wllli min- ers when they last on strike and will review the coat of living- ma ft af- fects coal workers recommending cd- vanoca or reductions In lofee aa the circumstance's warrant. The coronili- Blon consists ol Walter T, McNeil, representing the Deleiite Wheatley tor Ihc miners and p. E, Harrison, Dominion fair wage -officer, chairman. No evidence taken yes- terday antl only preliminary arrange- ment mnde. PROTEST ELECTION Ottawa, Sept. protest against the Inevitable war Itrac election has hecn received by Ihe government Ironi one-'hundrert and twenty women of Oilr Lake district, ManUoba. The boys favorite ItsEasiost! WHITE TAN SHOEPOLISHES f. t. DALLtT CO, or HKCILTOK, Con. ;