Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY. SKPTKMHKH 2'X HH8 THE LI-:'JilBlllL>(JK DAILY A LD PAGE SEVEN PHONE 1�24 FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK , I Dispense will) frying si:* much ;ik m�t\Mn In your conklm,-. II means n M'usto (if fal. ami fal is one of tin1 prime necessltIns loilny. In July of In.tt year fats fur conkinr; worn worth Sl.Tiii a pound in (lorintiny. 'i'hev are worth !� ('nod rt'.il more to 'lay. War exerts a It'cme'idoiis pren-."tiro on tlm world's '.imply nf fats be iMUPii they an- needed ill fur tin! muUltiK "f IHjili explosives; Cll for the 1 nbric.ition of machinery ; i:' i for ointments lor the wounded imblbi� PERSONAL , Mrs. 11. Lackenhy and Airs. II. S. War-idle, who were retiirniiiK In l,ctlibriilt,e. j after speiidiiiR live weeks al Hie cons'. I The i;ii"on for Alacleod and is nt little Dorothy Davh birthday party tin 11 ills ,-li- ' c.uest i Joint CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Airs Al K. \'an Haarlem wa.- a Iter with l)r and Air- V. V. i'hri at CiMlstoti last week Mb s l.ll. it ,lt v Hawden h'ft on Sat Vain Oliver and ni lier unl.i I'll,!.' Aliss ronton, of the I' I 'oiiirol Hoard, is in tin-lunutou. roviin nil fond city from lid Airs, D. W tin Sat unlay lier hm,bund. Mr D I! , lliitik suitf. i of the Paul; i.vte f i urn irrived in i Vancouver city join at Kay of the Merchants relieving the manapcr ihi; N'oiiicford branch T'n kef- for Air. Hitcli.inan's lecture 'Twelve Days on the Western Front", are now ready and may he procured al tile Red Cross DrilK * Monk Co.. rlif. Ciuisiimei s' Hardware Co. Hie. illedley Di'Ut; Co.. or by pnoniiiK Alls. W. II. liolt No. tif.ri. Buy your ticket jat otn e so you may hear liii.'i mosi interesting lecture and assist the Wo- i men's Civic Club in sending their ! Ninas, parcels to (lie soldiers. * � ; The W.M.S of the I'nited church j will hold their regular monthly tucct-j iiik Thursday afternoon to commence j L' :tn Instead of :i o'clock. A very Inter- rstiiiK program is heiiiK ineiiared. Will � the members kindly note the differ- nee In the time and be as prompt as possible, us there is another mccioii; to follow. mi ion [1 oni ll il i -11 tc. - or s inclusive had been extended until Oct. 12th. Men between 21 and 31 must register before Sept. 28th or be subject to the Military Service Act of Canada. Tne new ruling will relieve considerably the congestion at the. local consular otfice. I,i s lJle Til. i:;u-i| enjoy to "tf iir bri' bee 11> .the \Mr-u\. ,i ,1 by 04 Mi ol idi;i idit. .out), i, i -till, in the Ctt\2 C b u r c b c 8 . oil c.MVed by llli'lirll,. Aiuind � ii -Kiirtbe-list,.,! Kill I lied l.cihbr l.elbl,r V . M ill T of the Sllelieih, I.el ill W.l.-.l. II.C l'i... Win. ; l.iiilr>. and 1 .iioiiuie.l rl!!, imoiietle o 1 oj the I', led. .ii � or,litis I'll,!'. Silliolie .iiilerin:: ir Mi" limit b-i; -oiiihern \lbe � ii ml He Veil' , . \:nericiui > Al c \ .... a"- robbed of ADVANCE NEAR CAMBRAI. ,, -, ali.nr iVH'o :., inr.ll : and i' is be Berlin. Sept. 2S.-British forces -.�iiieel . bill iieled til til :,,� rob',. ;. ���'!- finmit to the cast of Epehy. southwest 'k �"rd ......,1 i,v an i : r.ini/.eil itiim: ol ,-rook- of C.tmttrai, yesterday obtained f I''" ,\ no are in li.lill'llt; �ere a - -old lei- ; a footing in sections of the Ger � n I'l" :�"' � aid v. In, ,,i ' -U|l|>o-e 1 to have been man trenches, sayn the statement ; e.-ponsilile for 'heft s 1 fnlll -e\e|-ill issued by the German general � :i.- �i-il' :��- , mil e.-i,.- Ian headquarters staff. .Ino IIomi. - - - - ----- - -------� -.....*----- taken .'.i Ii \ "Mllen ' d tal-eu on t! till 11".' le-id, U' i (CLARESHOLM MAN I Air. anil Airs It. C Itlack left v..s-t'Tduy nn a motor trip to I.ethhridi;e tnirt other points and will be absent I ,r some days Medicine Hat News. Mrs. Tosirlrllol vi-.it at Vancouv at the coast. left on Siitnrctiiy to r and other poin's Mr. Arthur 11iijiiibotham and his V.: WORKERS NEEDED : : : : * : : : : Th" Ited Cross are asking for workers tor (piil'iiu; on Weiluesilay after noon at Ihe Red Cross room*. It is hoped that ipiite ii number will turn out to Help The rooms are open every day from |o tu GENERAL '. i ied or I and II i Alliertc ! bridge i and I I i euisl.T Tile friends of has 1.....n 111 for .- ; Hlii>;buin. who '.due in the Call ":il i- :n > Herald upoplexy ended l.nfferty, wife tiiii city. ill A sudden attack the life of Mrs J. of Dr. I.afferty. the home of k Bob Lopg UNION MADE OVERALLS SHIRTS 8. GLOVES IXrtown/rvm,CoaU io?�aU\ n.O.LOIM4CO.LiMiTio| WOMAN WORKS 15 HOURS A DAY Marvelous Story off Woman'* Change from Weakness to Strength by Taking Druggist's Advice. Porn, Intl.-" I suffered from a dln-placnuient with bacWho und dntegint; down coins no | badly tmitat time* ' 1 could not b� on my feet and It did not teem as though �I could aUnd it. I tried different �mcdlclnv!i without any benefit and .several doctors Itold mo nothing but an operation would do mo any good. My druggist told me of Lydia E. P i n k-h inn's Vegetable 1 fflf/l" * impound- 1 t�ok V /A^^C' w�h result \! Hie .sad death of thU old resiileir. of t.'iilKiiry �as the i-ause of ureal Rrief to lier inuny friends hem. und the siidilmine.ss with which it came proved u grem shoc'k to her husband. Dr. I.tifferty. who was one of the ear-liesl settlers in Ihi� city. Mm. Lsfferty left Ci*lg�ry just ;i week ago to visit her noil In Urlllsh Colutiiblu. and itppearod to be In KOuil health ut the time. Dr. I.itfferty Hiid nrriiiigotl to join hi� wife liui ntBhl. unil the ttuil newH of Hur death came only ii few hours before. .Mrs l.nfferty wus one of Hie real pluneers of I bin cliy. She wa- mar rind to Dr. Lafferty on Uereinbei :;, lsT.1. uiiii o�mo throaijli to thl.s purl of the country immetllntely after the opening' of the railway. Tito family has been known anions tuc old j residents of the west and the ileepewt | sympnthy is felt for Dr. I.ufferty ami j his four sons, who are left to mourn j her loss. The fhildren who survive Mrs. Lafferty iiro; Co). Frank I��ffert> director of Dominion arsonuls, st.i llonod in Quebec, (lily liiifferty, man Hger ot tint Hossliinil bnuich or the Itank of Montreal; f'apt. (leoffrey (',. l.nfferty. of the 1-lncolna In the !m perinl army, ami Major Hftbir hnf-ferty, H.C.A., cotiuiimuliiiK the Uoynl (.'tuiudlan llorne Artillery In France. A sinter, u brother nnil step-mother reside In tlm ettst. She wus u Hlnter iii-luw of Mrs. .Utiles Short, of v's church, Toronto, was Horn in Otirleton I'lnce, Kustern Ontario, US years bko. online in Instructions jits' re 1. all Anici iciiiis. whether mar ir siiiRli. between the a/ei ot in must leHislcr in person al Ihe. in Consular Aitein-y in 1,,'tli All Americin.s between L'l have until Seplelllber "Mb I I . ami all oilier American'- not ! included in the iiM-* -I I" :'l have u;t | til Oct. lllill to lefji.-le, III tills Coll I siilar Afielicy. All A in,-.'icans within | I lie spec jlif .| ii^es not l� l.-.l for I I'liileil States Milltiiiv Service on or i prior lo the dales specilb-il, ina> be come liable to the Caiiudiaii Military Service Ai t The evidence of the military registration of any citizen of Die I'nn-�] States in Canada, svbetber registered before or after July :',nth. mis. will be ill his Itenislral ion ('ertllliate, or tL'i his Notice of 1'hinsilicat ion. All Americans who huve registered for in 11 i I ti t y service in the I'nited States must have ihts proof in order to he exempt from Camiitlali military service. Note- lieslilcs the registration for in i 111�r y serviie In the I'nited Stiitcs. all Anierifiins between the lines specified, and irrespective of whether res-isteieil for the I'nited States Mililaiy Service or not, must truly report to the ('ui)iiiliuu UeKisliar of His district by registered post In writing, KiviuH full tianie. oi'iuptitloii. resilience, post olheii address, ilatti of birth, and whether slti�le, marrlod. or a widower, und number of children. Anieilcans lil to :tl bavi) ton days after September 2Sth to report, or until October Stli; all other Americans V.i lo 'jn, und ill to 4-t. have from October 1st ;o lllth to report lo Ihe ('uniuiluii Ki'Kis-trar. Knox-Monday ovei.e, i' (111. are hcKlnnin)'. i h bv lioldiui: a tnothci- ;,i,,t , per in the school i-ooic of tin fOimreKiitlon a" atlen,' and brinn ilicit i nesd.i i I'VeiiitiK. s P :r. Illeelillf, in the I'nited I evenliu;, choir praciic i; be obscr\'"i next Suiuii- df pllll lllelll s of the i !,�! at :'� en In ihe ' hurci: v he curl b d out. Wesley-Monday, Hirls U'ednesday. :. ;.. Illlffs ki'Mlp of the '.,1 meet at her home. 11". i l'.oy Scouts tiieetilic, tuaicT service In tin I All members urired to THiirsiliiy. ", p.m.. niomhi 'lie Wolll"!!'." M is.-'ion-1 the ladles' iiiii parloi. ,\ am e of uieinbeisi is i..,(.,. *> p.m . choir practice United-Speclnl me, \ i aid in parsonime. Tu, .,; :n �' I'nited ciiuri b liii'iii.'.s tiilniii" th' liulles' aid � polntmeiit. A sliori i, itl'iltll A III be Itivell ill the em, I'la'iinifti' St. Mary's-'In, ...la: m1 tiiik In St Miirv Wedll.....lav. 7 l'.oy Si ,, minium \:w. t>:u� liitil Thinsday. 7 I.',, c \. Fridi terct .-sloti . I'm i. , 'si, ch First Baptist Chinch-W il ".a. I He :r fall work alljillfi'l' ;.tip Ml the ciri 11 ,|iie>led lo .tllCIS U'e.l .toon |iravi i �mil I'ridav nl;. Da> will v tietl all the !l Mil !......! �MS 1,1111 M ' i I a:n|u >i. i . Alt -;,,d will S 7 , I'pioii i linn Ii pteselll . Mtu; o' Carter's Uttle Liver Pills You Cannot be ^^h-^ A Remedy That Constipated and Happy SunlJ Pill Smiill Doir bmill Price Makes Life Worth Living nuine bi�ir ligniiture A^SPSrhV^ft'r pARTER'S IRON PILl.S will Krcatly help most pile-faccd people many colorless fate* but n tod.i Killed lied ' Tl: i.-t if. I'll -on We.I.T|| usually Infantry in Ai I '.on .1 aill-oti. i-'.e|i bis Altii i: i V.'ou: Mont 1 ea �I of Wa Tin ind Willi; j !'s ill | I I.I II ' It I'.i !.,e';' 1. Vi 'i in : i;. S= 11 Iil- 1' 1' 11. own. D. al- ii in i. d �d i' K. �let � 11, lull '"I attend I'i id.u , I.nil ' ill In Hi. .1 .1 rt-t ie Hat. All.i Wounded .1 [iii. Alia : S Mounted I''. Hell III ActlOll . Aba ; Corp .1 Machine d of Wounds irplty. Kdinonii s.iui-un. Aledi- , : man. i Tat es-. WiMi. Alt.i. RiMes I V. We-t Tinm-Si.ml"y. A'iiiorta Gunti SeliC Maj, n itUuum $c IKtiirh |Jtamni "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" M nil -Ion Circle will day in ibe , bni'i i.II the member, special "tt'ot't ;� no I. ie-1' -\\ , di If II, b- snillr, Christian I'nloii pi.m church. All Thursday 1 lice I Christian Science-p.m.. weeMy ie. ii. Latter Day lief So.'iety me at 2:.W. Subjei St. Patrick's liieetlut;. I.iidp COMPARISON Comparison' When we say comparison of the M ason we Risch mean with end day in-' in tin;, d lo s mi, choir �dm iu"f I inn Wi ' ii'iony S.nntr-Tue.si!n>. Ite , at the I. D S. church "I lome licotioniic i." Thiirsdav, lied Cross K. C. DRIVE WAS AGREAT SUCCESS Concludes in City Tonight - Continues in Country Districts All This Week Clean to handle. Sold by all Druf� fists, Grucera and General Store*- St Pianos in general. As a matter of fact the better quality of Mason & Risch Pianos runs all the way from choosing the raw materials, drafting the designs, ability of the mechanics, to the placing of the last screw in the insignificant hinges of the lid. Comparison Mason ck Risch of the insures MASON & BALMORAL BLOCK conviction as to its merits. RISCH LIMITED FIFTH ST. 3. LETHBHIDGE i DRAFT EVADER SHOT AND KILLED Owen, WI*., Sent. -L'.--Kniils Kmc-Her. nguil 20, watt hIuH anil kllloil by a I'nited Ktnies miirshul today in a burn uoar here ati a ilrnft evador. Ills three brothem aro also sought, liy the tiutborltle.s at* drnfl evaders. The KrucBora foii|;ht a liitcl'.od battle a week iiko with state kuuiiU and a poHse und esratied. JAPAN ALLAYS FEARS. Harbin, Thiirm'ny, So|�t. IK.--A lirocliiiiintIon bus beou lusuted by the .liipniionn miyiiiK thut only bocHUHii of Km Crlumlly fuuliuK for Kugnlii and npt n dptilre to Kttln, Jajiun wishes to help 1'ivitoie oi'iier htjr*, T*� uioci.i inatlon Inyi mpUaRla -m\ iim niHcr-Hou th�t anyone, reSHrdltnm of mi-Uonaltty, eaiiHiuK dlHorderti will be Bpvorely iiuiiUIiimI, It Ih holleved tin' ttrocUitittitloii was Usmed hecuiise tlm liopiilntlnn declines i u Hitcept mil en ciirrlHil by Japanusg tri>on� iiistutul of Kunaluu tiioito'. \'er> little but routine husiue.ss was eoii.ililei'etl ill this moruiuH's meuiiiiK of the city council One iniportatti mutter re.hitiitu to the imssiblo e.slab IlKhmuiU of u liit'Ke new Industry in Ihe city is uclliK ilealt with but tin: council desires that no particulars lie niiule public LhroiiKh thu iiress us ye!. T. II. Fleei ivnod Has been confirmed In his appointment its city treasurer, ul u salary of f2.biN) jut annum OvfliiK lo tlm ditllcully in Kecurinc ii ilraughlHinun In prepare liie new map of tho city reiiiilrcil by the board of public iiUHlles. the council bus gTmnteil $:l;'i per mouth to Donald A. I Duff, city clerk, for thu period of lime It will require him to do the work flouimtsnloner Meecb and City Solicitor Hull are In Kdmonlon today em ilnuvorinK. Willi other cities of the province, lo secure a postponement of the board of utility commissioners' decision In the case of certain fnrm binds within the city of Kdmonton which are now classed as fulirilvj-Rlons. It is desired that the decision be withheld until such lime an all the cities of the province are in a po-af I ion to preneut plans iletiliiiK with tho subdivision problem. TWO WELL KNOWN WESTERNERS KILLED Winnipeg, Sept. Two well known Canadians, residents of Win-tilpeK, flgltrii in the wue);-in(l cnsnal-ly list. (Jen. I'Mwiirit I'ode, son of A. Ii. Code, dislrict iniiiuictor of inliiiul rarontio, and oldest Kratidaoti of K.K. Ure wry. 1ms been killed In uciton. i 1-liutt. litimont I'liUersuu. only son of .liuU'e lJntteriou, of the Manitoba c'oui'U, l.v. J>*i�-1 lu uctlou. Mfinhers of tin- I charge of ihe K m morniiiK expresseil ' appreciation oi tin spouse to Ihe ai'pf whule of South concludes this "�al cumiiiiilfc in C hut drive this i the Herald their , lniiitiiilbetit ri-il llirouKhoiii tin-drive cit v. Alberta The uiiii; in tin ami it is e\p $4noii marU row. while where there -,!,"! Ill will bi-ill Ihe is lllll, ; cover I iii: i Ibis week ', The i.ik i (I n 11 el y In ihi. il results over the .tnnounced toinor counlry districts. I, mure >;i,,iiu,! to ml: till the end of day receii annouui i is. Wllicll Will lie ; d tomorrow, will ! run over the mark, which is also Kl'catly in excess of expectatlolls The drive In Southern Alheria Is ' expected to run over the $ir>,ouo mark. : which Is considered to be a niiii;utll j cent response, and .Mr. .McLellan of j | Purple Springs, who is the nrKunUcr | for the I.eihbrhU'.e district, is more j thiin pleased. , A complete summary will be publish- \ oil as soon as the drive Is completed, | 500 AMERICANS RETURN, SICK j An Atlantic Port. Sept. "J. -About | ailn American soldiers arrived al an j Atlantic port yesterday suffering from: Spanish inlineli.'.n and were removed i lo hospitals ashore l"i' treatment. ! ? URGES GERMAN PEOPLE * Amslei'iiiini. Sepl. 22.- -- Field Marshiil Von I lindcnbuiT, re- > ; plyiMH to lilcctliiK." HOUt to him ? > from a palriolic ineelln); in ; ? of-mind. In view-.of this dHero ; *: * Fresh, rich that"!* mjtlk eeos lor month C s ^ AH.N.VTION Milk is milk, i-icli. "whule" milk nothing liiori'. 1( tiiiiy lie ii.m'il in cv;t,v wity lli.it ordinary milk is tiseil. Uiil il is riilicr tlinii onliuury. milk, fur t'uiiiatiuli Milk is evaporated lo the coiisisteliey of crciilit. lu iiiiiibty limy In- jiuL'i'il by tin- fact lluitit whips l>c�iitifiilly hIicii tlmroo^lily i-hillrij. Henn-ndicr, �\ei*ll-lie,l. It "keps" i-i-|iiiriii|j fi'nils, t.M.kiiij;, crcamiiuf m tit-!,ihlit-, s'liips, ^ruvii-s. ( .irtmtioii Milk imparts a creamy richness ici't/ionf the need oj iiilding builtr. Cul'iliiticiu Milk lutes the pUce in Jour linnii' of cream und milk. Saves the waste nf llitise periiiliahli' .'end*. Impriives every ili-ih yen prepare with milk, lviuiblea yuu to huve nlwiiys ut your ciimiuuinl ii perfectly mife, rich milk, in ju.it (lie quantity ymi limy n*ed. Order from ymir gniiTr-- Ihe t urniitiuii Milk-nuiu. Try three or four lain, the new tall can (1(1 at.) is the most eomoniinil. Write fur bunk of 10(1 reiipi'ii. Carnation Milk Products Co. L united Aylmer, Ont., Seattle und Chicago Cnndtnstrits a! Aylmer anil Springfield, nt. Canada Food Hoard t.lc�n�ea, U-<4 uiul H-9? 5P#offeV fj�' both nub\ Kot nropurv DiBtluft" und promr^ni I niou \vho wlinoln jvtads.