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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1918 riiii L,LltllitllL)LiE DAILY HKH.AX.r- PAGE SISVEN y;, .j .j. ^. ;�;..,.-.�.'...'.,'.'....; i� > > The Thistle Sewing circle will meet with Mrs. Laurie, 172G Fifth avenue A, North, on Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross sewing. * * * The Sir Alexander Oalt Chapter I.O.D.B. are holding their bazaar on Saturday, December V. This last minute sale has always been very popular in the past and will no doubt retain that popularity this season. Tho time and place will.be announced later. * * * . The Girls' Auxiliary will meet tonight at 7:30 in the club rooms. A large attendance i.s requested. * * * A very select program is being arranged by the Women's Civic Club to be given at Mr. Buchanan's lecture in Knox church Monday, Sept. 30th, at 8:00 p.m. * * * Miss Hedlund's section of the Re-bekahs will meet this evening in the Red Cross Rooms at eight o'clock. * * The first general meeting of the Mathesis Club will be held in the Y. M.C.A. tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. A short programme has been arranged and a good attendance is requested. *  m. The splendid attendance of 46 was recorded at the Red Cross rooms last evening when the teachers and young business women of the city mot for Red Cross sewing.  * * : THE CLASSICAL DANCE > The greatness of any country 'si measured by the soundness of the in JiviJual unman, if the security ->f a nation rests upon the vigor of its fighting men, if p^eace is bent assured by the health and energy of men end women who will hold themselves ready to enforce order in the world- then healthy mothers are the sure foundation of future welfare. This is the philosohy of the exponents of physical development, the argument of those who favor the simple, very old method of being strong and well. It was the same plea when Greece was preparing to conquer the world, that developed tho moot beautiful and powerful women known to history-Dancing is rapidly rising to a place of importance in the development of the young. American women and girls have come to the Greek idea of the dance as a means of keeping their minds ahead in the race for supremacy. There is probably no other country in the . world .where such, intelligent study of the question, and such general application of its principles could be possible. In the countries of Europe the average woman, In fact, nearly all women, are under the restricting influence of masculine domination to an extent that American women cannot even understand. Accordingly dancing now embraces a much wider meaning than formerly. Modern exponents of the dance begin at the right foundation and place as much or more emphasis upon forms of exercise as upon dancing proper. They dwell upon the immense value for fresh air, of living in the open, of riding, swimming and walking in the open. It is often only upon the top of this completed structure that dancing is placed as the complete product of physical education. In this way danc-i ing in its comprehensive sense has I become one of th,e most important j factors in the development of the body in helping it to attain its proper phys-i ical perfection. | LETHllDGEAND CONTROL OVER A LARGE DISTRICT Jno. Horne Named as Chairman -Will Have Supervision in Wholesale District Through the activity of Miss Ponton of the provincial food control organization and the patriotic efforts of a number of local men, a district food control committee was formed here this morning with John Horne as chairman and .las. Hose as secretary which will have a general supervision over food control matters in the Leth-bridge wholesale district. In addition to this thorn is to be organized a local control committee, together with similar committees in the principal communities of the wholesale district, and it is hoped that through these channels Southern Alberta will be kept in touch with all food conservation efforts, and eontimio to' do its share in this direction to help win the war. Those present at (he organization meeting, which was held in the city council chambers, were Mayor l-Iardie, Comm. Freeman, Messrs. Horne, Mac-Kay, Spooner, Rose, and Miss Ponton. The committee named added Messrs. Marnoch. Brymner and Geo. Kerr to its number, and has power to add still further. It will endeavor to cover the district from Bow Island to Coleman and from Vulcan to the boundary, and its principal duties Avili be in the way of explaining and giving publicity to new food control orders, seeing that they are observed 'so far as relations between wholesalers and retailers and the public "are concerned, and of reporting cases of waste and extravagance. The committee will also undertake to have investigations made in cases where local prices appear to be out of bounds, so that the facts may be laid before the government authorities who will carry on any prosecution which may be necessary. During the discussions this morning Miss Ponton voiced the opinion that the cost of milk might be investigated in Lethbridge. She stated that she had heard soldiers' dependents had considerable of a grievance in this regard. Mr. Freeman explained that it appeared to him more of a problem of getting the farmers to produce the milk, at present prices, than to control the price. It the price isn't high enough the farmers will simply sell off their cows. In fact, some of them are now doing that very thing, and a milk famine this winter is not much outside the bounds of possibility. The local price of meats was also the subject of a short discussion. It was stated, that the price of cattle had fallen greatly, but the retail price of meat snowed no downward tendency-It is possible the local committee will undertake an investigation into both these questions shortly, so that if the prices are fa'v the public may have that explained, while if prices are not fair the Canadian food control board at Ottawa will be asked to further investigate. Local Committee Soon. A campaign is under way which was discussed at some length this morning by representatives of various societies, regarding the appointment of a committee of ladies to assist in the educational campaign with regard to food conservation in the city. Miss Ponton of the Provincial food board in Edmonton has been in Lethbridge with regard to this question and the work will be taken up iu earnest in the next few days. The matter will be brought to the attention of the teachers, the churches and tho various WHEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES Sloan's Liniment scatters the congestion and relieves pain T LEAD A littlp, applied fvilliout rubbing,-will penetrate immediately and rest and soothe the nerves. Sloan's Liniment is very effective in allaying external pains, strains, bruises, aches, stiff joints, sore muscles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges. Keep a big bottle always on hand for family use. Made in Canada. Druggists everywhere. Sloan's Liniment Expressing the belief that Lethbridge district would lead all other parts of the province in the K. C. drive, local officers in charge of the campaign for funds for K.C. huts at the front told the Herald this morning that to date the Lethbridge district leads the other districts of the province by several thousand dollars. The campaign does not close in the country districts until next Saturday night, but meantime reports are coming in which show that well over the ?15,000 mark will be reached, whereas the total objoctlvo of the whole province was only ?25,000. � Local and district, officers are therefore very well pleased with Southern Alberta's contribution. Returns from Raymond and Spring Coulee have been-received and these are in keeping with those of Warner and Granum, which so far exceeded all expectaU.u.as.. Lemon Juice For Freckles Girlsl Make beauty lotion at homo for a few cents. Try itl Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of .orchid white, shake well, and you havW! quarter pint of the best frecklcj and tan lotion, and complexion boautl-fler,. at very small cost. Your ferocer has the lemons and any drug store or, toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and' hands each day and see how freck-les and blemishes disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.-Advertisement. societies in the city and arrangements will be made for demonstrations to be given along this line. Mrs. J. N. Ritchie has kindly consented to act :is convenor pro. tern, and tho following ladies have promised to assist in the matter: Mrs. Longwortli, Mrs. Jowett. Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Donald, Mrs. De Long and Mrs. Whiddington. This promises to Ins of great interest to all the people of the city and is being taken up most enthusiastically by the ladies. QUARTER TROOPS AT MONTREAL. Montreal, Sept. 24.-Instructions have been received at military headquarters at. Ottawa to prepare for the accommodation of some SO00 Canadian Expeditionary Force troops here during the coming winter. FOOD CONTROLLER CLOSES A SASKATOON HOTEL,' Saskatoon, Sept. 24.-The Union Hotel here was closed by F. W. Mos. sop, representative of the Canada food board, as it was operating without a license. The proprietor appeared in police court today and was fin-' ed $100 and costs. The hotel will be re-opened as soon as a license can bo secured. HANDS UP! Mawn Sc Uteri; Piano # "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" INVESTIGATE! No matter what may be told you, you cannot be sure which is the best piano for YOU unless you personally investigate. The Mason & Risch Piano invites you to ascertain the positive facts about it in the homes of your neighbors, and in the leading Musical Institutions of the land- They will inform you that it is without dispute the most dependable, tuneful, beautiful and all satisfying piano. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE WARM SLIPPERS DR. JAEGER'S PURE WOOL SLIPPERS- Comfortable for bedroom or general house wear for all ages. Felt Romeos, Fur Trimmed and Leather' Soles. Colors purple, plum, green, red, black. At from $2.50 to $3.25 pair LEATHER BOUDOIRS (with heels.') Colors black',. O CA brown, blue, pink, rose, at, pair.................... &*�)U. W. J. NELSON & Co. COR. THIRD AVE. AND SEVENTH ST. S-SHERLOCK BLDG. You'll Look Ten Years Younger YES and you'll feel ten years jfounf-er too if you let us replace/ those jinsightiy decayed teeth wlttMstrong useful substitutes, matching in every detail your other good teeth' to a point where detection is next to Impossible. Perhaps you appreciate this tact, but;,., have "put off" your visit to our offices, because you were VafratdJt, trou^ Jljj^ v, Well, you don't have to "pluck up yovr. courage" where our methods are concerned/Set your mind at rest on-that point, not because..we say bo but because It Is freely admitted that- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA !")_ CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. , EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. ;