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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1918 THE LET&littlDGE DMLY -r.liALD PAGE SEVEN PHONE 1224 J> FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? :�'/ ." , FOR FEMININE FOLK > �� . � *  � 80CIAL EVENTS  Last Friday evening a birthday party was given at the home of Mr. an Mrs. If. Dawson, the occasion being the twenty-flrst birthday of Miss Ev Dawson. Ovef thirty guests sat dow to a delightful supper, the" table be ing prettily adorned with floral decor atlons and fiagty':-A ^pleasant! evening followed which was spent in1 games sqngs and recitation* -fyMsB Daw�on was the recipient of tr number of beau tiful presents. During the evening re freshments of ice cream, fruit an candies were .served, tire party"" clos ing at a late hour with song and pray er. A very pleasant event took plaite in Vancouver recently, when Mrs. If. R McKay and, Mrs. S. McKay, late of Lethbridge, entertained in honor of Mrs. R. Lackenby and Mrs. II. S. War die. who were returning to Lethbridge after spending five weeks at the coast The guests, all Lethbridge ladies, in eluded Mrs. Chas. Sfmister. Mrs. H. Marchant, Miss Nellie Marchant, Mrs I. Emmerson, Miss S. Emmerson Miss Roberta McKay, Mrs, C. E Chestnut, Mrs. Ed. Simister. * * * � �>  ? ? ? ? ? > ?*: Bob Lopg WORKERS NEEDED ? * * > * * * � ? : : The Red Cross are asking for work ers for quilting on Wednesday after noon at the Red Cross rooms. It is hoped that quite a .number will' turn put to help. The rooms are open every day from 10 to 5. �   > +��'* ? > ? ? � ? : ? > * �� * y R.'L! Fowler. '910 2nd Ave: S.. thai his Hoii'.'Pfei Cecil I.,. Fowler, well known In,the city, has been put out of action by being gassed. Pte. Fowler was a member'of the Engineers. He went over last year. Pie. Tlios. Slmonette of .Yorih, another of the Engineers, has been wounded, according to word received by Chas. Slmonette.. Pte. Si-mpnette is suffering from gunshot wpunds in the right leg. '^Further Southern Alberta casualties listed today are: Died of Wounds-Pte. Jno. Hover. Lethbridge Kilties, taken on strength Lethbridge, next-of-kin. Brooklyn. X. Y.; wounded, Driver Henry William Miller of the artillery, taken on the strength, Lethbridge. father. - resides in Wasa, B.C. Pte. Wm. Seers, of Cranbrook. infantry, aiid-JJtu. Chas. Eraser Watt, mounted rifles.' Cranbrook, - are also listed as wounded.. : ? ? ? ? : ? : ? ? : : : �: AUSTRALIAN REGIMENT REFUSED TO FIGHT Basel. Sept. 22.-An Austrian regiment at Royno. in the Russian, province of Volbynla, is reported in a dispatch received here from Kiev, to have refused to go to the front in France. The Austriails unfolded the red liag and are said' fo have been joined by two other regiments. Y.M.C.A. CAMP ROBBED. Niagara Camp. On!.. Sept. 22.-The American Y.M.C.A. whs robbed of about $1201) last night and it is believed that, the robbery was committed, by an organized gang of crooks who are. in training here as soldiers and who are supposed to have been responsible for thefts from several canteens lately. E Word was received at the American Consular Agency here this morning that the time for the registration of Americans between the ages of 18 and 21 and between 31 and 45 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. The new ruling will relieve considerably the congestion at the local consular office. ADVANCE NEAR CAMBRAI. Berlin, Sept. 23.-British forces to the east of Epehy, southwest of ' Carhb'rai,' yesterday obtained a footing in sections of the Ger man'trencties, says the statement issued" by the 'German Benera' headquarters staff. fit According to instructions just received, all Americans, whether married or single between the ages of 19 and 44 must register in person at the American Consular Agency in Lethbridge. All Americans between 21 and. 31. have until September 28th to egister, and all' other Americans not neluded in the ages 21 to 31 have until Oct. 12th to register at this Consular Agency. All Americans within, the. specified ages not registered for United States Military Service on or prior to the dates specified, may he-' come liable to the Canadian Military Service Act. The evidence of the military registration of any citizen of the United States in Canada, whether registered before or after July 30th, 1918, will be (1) his Registration Certificate, or (2) his Notice of Classification.  All, Americans who have registered for military service in the'United States', must have .this proof in order exempt'from Canadian military service. Note-Besides the registration for military service In the United States, all Americans between the ages speci fled, and irrespective of whether registered for the United States Military Service or not, must truly report to the Canadian Registrar of his district by registered post in writing, giving full'name, occupation, residence, post office address, dats of birth, and whe-her single, married, or a widower, nd number of children. Americans 21 to 31 have ten days after September 28th to report, or until October 8th; all other Americans 19 to 20, and 31 to 44, have from October 1st to 10th to report to the Canadian Registrar. JAPAN . ALLAYS FEARS. Harbin, Thursday, Sept. 19.-A proclamation has been issued by the Japanese Baying that only because of Its friendly feeling for Russia and np? a.desire to gain, Japan .wishes to help order her*. .TW proclamation lays mphasls en tb� assertion that anyone, regardless of nationality, causing disorders will be severely punished. It is believed the proclamation was issued because the population declines ,tp, accept notes carried by Japanese troops instead of Russian money. Very little but routine business was considered at this morning's meeting the city council. One important matter relating to the possible estab-sliment of a large new industry in the city is being (Joalt with but the. council desires that no particulars be made public through the press as yet. T. H. Fleetwood has been confirmed in his appointment as city treasurer, at a salary of $2,000 per annum. Owing to the difficulty in securing draughtsman to prepare the new map of the city required by the board public utilities, the council has granted $35 per month to Donald A. Duff, city clerk, for the period of time will require him to do the work. Commissioner Meech and City Solicitor Ball are in Edmonton today endeavoring, with other cities of the' province, to secure a postponement of the board of utility commissioners' decision 1n the case of certain farm lands within the city of Edmonton which are now classed " as subdivisions. It is desired that the decision be withheld until such time as all the cities of the province are in a position to present plans dealing with the subdivision problem. Knox-Monday evening, C..'!0, the C.G.I.T. are beginning Iheir fall work by holding a mother and daughter supper in the school room. All the girls of the- congregation arc requested to attend and bring their mothers. Wednesday evening, S p.m., union prayer meeting in the United church.' Friday evening, choir practice. Rally Day will be observed next Sunday when all the departments of the church will meet at 3.00 in the church. A program will be carried out. Wesley-Monday, 7.:jfl, C'ampfire Girls. Wednesday, 3 to fi p.m., Mrs. Huff's group of the ladies' aid will meet at her home. 413 12th St. S. 7.30, Boy Scouts meeting. S p.m., Union prayer service in the United church. All members urged to be present. Thursday, 3 p.m., monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary Society in the ladies' aid parlor. A full attendance of members is*1 requested. Friday, 8 p.m., choir practice. United--Special meet ing of ladies' aid in parsonage. Tuesday afternoon, meeting of the Board of Stewards in the parsonage. Wednesday evening. 8.00, JJnion prayer service in the Unite* church. Thursday evening, United church ladies' aid arc entertaining the ladles' aid of White's appointment. A shor.tji.missionary -program 'Will be given,-Jjv.connection with the entertainment. ,., ... j. St. Mary's-Tuesday, S.30, Teacher's meeting in St; Mary's parish, hall. Wednesday, 7.30, Boy Scouts in gymnasium. 8,30. pariic'nfa) association. Thursday3 f.45; G':A. Friday,- 8:00,' Intercession service. 8.30, choir practice. First Baptist Church-Women's Mission Circle will mei3at-3.p.m. Thurs> j day-in -the church, fule-requested that] all the members of the circle make a special effort to attend this meeting. Christian-Wednesday evening, S, Union prayer meeting in the United church. All members urged to attend. Thursday evening, S..00; choir practice. ( Christian Science-Weunes .-. : URGES GERMAN PEOPLE Amsterdam, Sept. 22.-Field from a patriotic meeting in >j Juterbog, said: ? "The first replies from the of. mind. In view iof this-.there- S� can be only one watchword: < 'German people be hard.' " A a a A a a a a A A A A .Ji A .;. A Ottawa, Sept. 23.-The following are the western men and officers in today'3 casualty list: Infantry Kliled in'Action-J, Lloyd, Victoria; O. B. Paulson. Field. B.C.; L. R. Smith. Olds. Alta.; T. R. Broad. Sum-merland. B.C. Died of Wounds-Lieut. W. D. Christie, Montreal. Prisoner of War-F. F. Brown, Calgary. Gassed-Sergt. C. Samson, Medicine Hat. Alta. Wounded-J. E. Tyennan, Clares-holm. Alta.; S. McKay, Walsh, Alta. Mounted RiTles Killed in Action-R. E. West, Rum-sey, Alta.; Corp. .!. Stanley. Victoria. Machine Guns Died of Wounds-Sergt. Major M. J. Murphy, Edmonton. Carter's Little Liver Pi You Cannot be Constipated and Happy Small Pill Small Dm Small Price A Remedy That Makes Life Worth Living Genuine bears iffoiturc ABBS,S ,�hVrr^ & BARTER'S IRON PILLS many colorless face* but V��� will greatly help most pale-faced people RELIEF FOR CHITA Tokio, Sept. 22.-The war office announces that the Japanese army has sent to Chita a large quantity of wheat, tea, cotton, sugar, rice, matches and tobacco for Manchuli. It is added the people, of Chita heartily appreciated the supplies. Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug� gists, Orocera and General Store*. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" COMPARISON When we say "Comparison" we mean comparison of the Mason & Risch with 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 of the Mason & Risch insures conviction as to its merits. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE Fresh, rich in that keeps � CARNATION Milk is milk, rich, "whole" milk-nojthing more. It maybe used iu every way that ordinary milk is used. But it is richer than ordinary milk, for Carnation Milk is evaporated to the consistency of cream. Its quality maybe judged by the fact that it whips beautifully when thoroughly chilled. eeps ior montns MADE IN CANADA In coffee, tea, cocoa, with cereals or fruit it is used undiluted, ns it comes from the can. Add an equal quantity of water to Carnation Milk and it is a wholesome, rich milk -pure and safe for the children to drink. Remember, CarnationiMilk is nob artificially sweetened. It "keeps" perfectly, because it is sterilised. No sugar or preservatives are added. And nothing but water is taken away. So when you add water to Carnation Milk you "bring back" the original, fresh milk. I Used "in preparing foods, cooking, creaming vegetables, soups, gravies, Carnation Milk imparts a creamy richness-without Die need of adding butter. Carnation Milk takes the place in your home of cream and milk. Saves the waste of those perishable foods. Improves every dish you prepare with milk. Knables you to have always at your command a perfectly safe, rich milk, iu just the quantity you may need. Order from your grocer-^lhe Carnation Milk-..... man. Try three or four cons-the new tall can i^(16 oz.) is the moat economical. Write for book of 100 recipes. Carnation Milk Products Co. Limited Ay liner, Ont., Seattle and Chicago Condenscries at Aylmer and Springfield, Oni. , Canada Food Board Llnnsn, 14-96 and 14-97 -...... Distuiyvi gfsand prowA^nrti'-i /men who WlimpiiM ;