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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SKPTICMRHR 27, 1017 THK LKTUHHHXiK 1JAILY PAOENWB- On Provincial Motor League Hopes (o do Good Work Thai Die hethbrldRe Club Is well roprescnli'd ID the Albcrla Motor League Is shown by tlio following appointments made at llic luecllog of the provincial cxccullvo a few day? nBp; Constitution and Jiylawa' Commit- K. Grcea, chairman. 'Legislative J. Shop- member. Wood .toads II. Vir- tue, member. IVouerly U. Oliver, jnerulier. 1 Orgaafazllon K, S. member. The provlncJ.11 Icoguo IB now In a to carry on Its work lor tlio nest year, a'ud hopes wJlh Iho aid OJ lho aulo owoura ID lho prov- ince lo do a. greal deal for HID .cause of soot! roada In Lho iirovlnce .iDil for the rlghte of motorists gcu C rally, The Lclhbrhlfce Aulo Club will hold an Important mcctlug on Friday ev- ening In lho Hoard ot Trade rooms lo consider business arising out of the provincial league meeting and other mutters of local Interest. MIL ADI i Quebec, Sept. la a Itsl ot soldiers from notnls west of who recently arrived licro from Grcal Urtlam: Moosa Jones, A. McKfh- Icy. Morrison, Wnito. Kniprcss, Kennedy. Uoulton, C. Brown, A.'McQuarrlo. II. Wetland. G. i Diamond, AV. Fee, P. G. Hittctilnson, C. H. Meadows, T. Paul, K. A. Sills, J. L. Walker. J. ..Wallace, A. Urnsli, W. Rdddlnghain, 'J. Hoswcll, W. Collins. C. Carron, H. Carney, C. Craddock, G. F, Doylo. Earl. Allilnson, M. J. Arm- strong E. Beamish, II. J. lllalock, 13. ;W. Drown, A. Durlon, T. II. llroriy, H. Broivn, K. H, Carter, Cowan, Cartwrlght, Vf. buHua, ]j. C. Dlxon, A. Dale, J, Houghs, J. B. Derc, A, Flelclier, G. Frames, T. Grant, J.- P. K, a Herald, J. Home, H. R. Henderson, R. D. C. J. .Jarman, AY. H. Jex, C. P. Johnson. A. Johnson, C.. Kerr. K. Kasovllch. M. Krut, Y. A. Marr, II. Milne. F. G Marshall, C. E. McDonald, J, H. Mac- M. Mucdonald, A. New, Ai O Greatly, U- p'Brlcn, A. Pollack, D. J. 'Ulobertg, A. Ilambo. Reynolds, W. M, Swire, S. Shoulrtlcc. J. H. SliawT A. Sharp, U. 11. Thompson, C. D. Teaslcr, P. Thorpe, X, Vcrvllle, .E. Ilarton, T. G. Brlghlpn, F. G. tHlgMield, W. W. IHron, T Iloldcn ,G. Hitchcock, J. Wfrtson, C. K.1 Me- .Gcarna, S, Wnldon, P. riVMuiiKOT, H. Young. The lied Cross ackuowleJgea tho of Irom iLe Hud sou's Uay AihleUe aaaociatloa. I The regular ingnlnly mceUnR of the Nursing board will be held on Monday al 4 p.un., ID the V.M.C.A. 4 An loiporUiut busCnCEB meeting of the Ilcd Cross society will Lo held Fri- day aUcruoon at 3 o'clock. 4 The members of (be O.E.S. arc re- quested lo uiott at the Ucd Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon. of tho IVo- tlieon class will hold a reception In .juico panor of (lie t-liurch for lho new members on Friday evening at with music and refreshuieuls. Tlio meeting of the Women's Civic 'club which was lo have been held to- morrow nfternooD. lias been postponed owing (o tho Red Cross mcctlrig, until Monday evening, when It will be at Hie residence of Miss TJlney al S o'clock. The [olloivlnc nrllcles were ahTppeO j 3611) Jjy Ujo Jlcd CrosB, througli I Mrs. convenor o[ Hie pack- i lug commillec, to lho headquarters In J Caljpry: 9C bath towels, 120 binders, 21 property baga, pillow casts, 9QQ towels, 408 T. bandages, 1C2 manr-tall- surelcal GG [lay shirls, G Red Croas bags, 51 sheets, 30 nurses' ap- rons, 0 liedivm covers, 2 surgeons' coats, 13B Quantities of swcoipcas anil cosmos brightened the uuditorium oi llic Y.M. C.A, yesterday afternoon when lho first, ucncral meeting of the MaLhesta club was held. Ileports were heard from each department concerning the year's work. The library from AlcGIll University is a new feature of- Ihe club. In bcInB able lo neces- sary reference boohs, Ihe members ivIII find the work much easier. Parlia- mentary drill, In charge of II. E. should proi-c very Iiiesldent, .Mrs. McClcnflghnn, In ad- dressing Ihe club, spoke of its organ Izatton In 1312 with nine members and today liy wise leadership, harmony ami cooperation of all has grown to a membership of serenly-flve. She urg- ed, the members not to neglect Red Cross work or other duties pertaining1 In the war, yet In these strenuous times wholesome seem 'ed necessary, and Ihls could '-noV bo taken better, than by belonging lo an organization that has for ILs object sell-Improvement anrt lho beUernenL or ihe borne. Mrs, 'con- for't'he tlub Tnom" hers a plca'sanl and profitable year. Letters were read from three charter members o[ Ihe club, Mrs. Power, Mrs. Cummlngs and Mrs. Heed.. G. McKlllop rendered a very pleasin'g pi- ano Bolo. Through the kindness ot Mrs, K. Illcks, chnlrman ot the program committee, a corsage botiuct ot sweet pens was presented to each latly as Uiey arrived, logctlier with the new programs which aro finished -In tho club colors, white and gold. The afternoon was brought lo a close by llio serving of refreshments. The dain- ty lea (able was presided over by Mrs'. Gibson, chairman of tie huspltaUty committee. The Children's Little haods, little (acts, little totfs til need Lifeboof Soap, every day and often, if yon meal to keep them free from dirt and infection. Little cufi md free and irtleii oootact with othen, all lure the danger element remored if you use HEALTH Its abundant, creamy lather gives the treated jxmihle cleansing power. Cannot hurt the tender- est skin. Use it in the bath, in (be and remember that "all's wett" with those ;vrho use Lifebuoy, The mild antiseptic odor' vani'ikci quicklf after At AH Gfocertj I.KVER BROTHERS m Sir. and Mrs. U'iUIaoi Xlven of Cal- gary, are Events la the city for a few Mrs. Fred Tiiigley of Vancouver. Is ailing at the huute of her auul, Mrs. H. 5tli St. All (he. mcnibera of llic Coir club siid tticlr are Invited to luo Uolf club lea. Saturday tfimioon at ihe Golf grounds, Henderson J. JVes. Uoir Club. Tiie Oiike of Oporto, brother of Ihe latb kliiK of J'oriugal. and Mrs. Tb i v. caHliy American wi- dow, were married today al Home. Tho and MalJs of En land met last night, and after ihe usual liiesa was, Iraiieaeted, arrange- uts were made to hold a whist drive and dance In the S.O.K. hall cu Tues- day nlghl. The proceeds will be used to buy tobacco tor tlic Lclhbridge boys al the front. MENU FOR FRIDAY Breakfast Pears Oalmcal Porridge Soft Cooked Egg3 Toast Tea or Coffee Milk Sugar Luncheon Vegetable, Roun nread Lyonnalse Potatoes Plums Oatmeal Cookies Tea Sugar .Milk Dinner Fried Flounders Boiled Potatoes Turnips Graham Hread Syrup Johnny Cake The recipe for Lyonnalse Potatoes and the method of cooking Soft Cooked Eggs, Is as follows: Lyonnaise Choi> cold potatoes finely. Add a 111 tie grated onion, chopped parsley, pep psr and sail, and some dripping. Serve hot. Soft Cooked 1 "quart Vl'al- lace shaded Harry Condon In a ten' round houl with which these New York holers Inaugurated lho season al.Sphmcr Park hers last night nMfr Itie'aUSp'lcea ot'thS Canailfan'IfoclieV Club. Uc'h appeared overweight. Friday and Saturday Specials at the Bay Store HONCSY Our Grocery Department Offers Special Inducements to the.Ecor nomical Housewife. Phone 313 Lard, 3 pound pails. Special" ...i............. Salmon, 2. tins for Paris Brand Pale, Special 3 for Camp Coffee, Special per bottle................... 98c 25c 25c 25c Sanl Flush. For ttn Cream of Whtat Per pki Green Tomatoes. Per pound Cooking Apples, for..........: 25c 25c 5c 25c Cross Raipberry and Jam, 2 Ib. glaes jnr. Friday and Saturday.......................... ODC Cold Bar Sliced and Cling Prachtj In htavy' syrup, Ib. tins. Friday and Saturday, 3 for.................... Sliver Bar Eng Plums In heavy syrup, AA 2j-i Ib. llns. Friday and Sat. 3 for 1 iVlv Dry Goods Specials LADIES' FRENCH GLACE KID CLOVES In while, black, tan or grey with self points anil lira dome 1 TP Special per pair PLAID SILKS All the latest shades, 32 Inches wide. i r Special 1 O i Camisoles, llcgiiliii1 Special ____ I. 25c Stamped lisnvii Ciiniisolcs. fi5c. SiM'ial G FLANNEt SuHable for .children's rtressc? or wrappers for fall or winter wear. 27 inches wide. Sn'eclaf Bring the Children i; to See the Teddy Medium size !ji2.75 Small size 1 Savings on House- furnislimgs OUKTAINSCRIM Willi colored henialltchcil border In white or cream. 3C Inches wide. Special, HEMSTITCHED MARQUISETTE Iii ecru and while. 36 Inches wide. STAIR CARPETS 27 Inches wide. Colors oi green anQ red. Regular Special JUTE DO OR MATS 25c f 45< Each Colors of brown Bud green. Candy Special j Mint KisScs. Regular 30c Ib. l-Yiday only. Special, 15c J Ladies' Slipper Special i i -250 1'AIK liADIKS' ALL WOOL FELT IJOTJD.OIK SLIPPERS. With neat silk pom poms, colors of red anrt Avhile, brown and white, royal aiid white, plain grey and black. Very soft anrt jiliablc for inoriii us Sizes 3 8. per Announcement- beg to inform our many natrons that we liavc decided to close our Tea Rooms on Sat-' nrday 29. pinner will be served us usual at