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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBfjpGE DAILY HERALD PACE NINE PERSONAL 6 > v * � � � 4 �. * e � � � Miss Kvelyn Buchanan left on unlay lo visit her sister, Miss M Buchanan, who is shortly to go o\| �ens as a V. A. D. oon for her home in Mooslmin, r spending a 1'ew weeks with Mr. Mrs. J. Mufncr. * * * * |r. and Mrs. O. 11. Edgett are in ary for Easter. Miss P. E. McArthur of Okoto who has been spending her Eas| holidays with Mrs. L. Norman, 1 !th Ave., leaves', for her home this ternoon. *   Mrs. J.. Johnsp^ is leaving this ss MacAdam, M.P.P., left last to return to Edmonton. * * * and Mrs. II. Raymond are in 11 ry ..for. n lew: days. _ ,. s Hazel Keith Is attending the |iry convention of- Baptist*.� �p * ,.e ... . � .T.* Harris-,; wlW, her two ehil-of � MlnueupolfSf'-arrtyedf hero Saturday night to join her husband. Mrs. Harris is % former resident of the city and her many friends pleased to hoar of her return "'�. ... Miss.Helen Calvin and Mrs. Galyin left last night for Calgary, where Miss Calvin's marriage to Mr. II. Hlgiu-botham will take place. Miss Margaret Smith of Red Oner, is visiting her sister, .Mrs. ./. T. Watson, at tho power house cottage, lllver Bottom. * * * A,frs. ('. Drown, who has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. (',. Mo Clennghau, for the, past live months, has returned to .Montreal. Mrs. Baker of the Baptist parsonage, is attending a convention in (Xil- gai-y this week, * * * Miss Dorothy Lewis left for Winnipeg this, afternoon. 4: - * # Miss Kelger of the Bank of Mon'-real staff, spent the week-end with friends in Medicine Hat, V * * Miss Podley and Miss .laeksou are spending the Easter vacation in Banff- where, the latter Is visiting -her sister. , �  * * � c have changed, their address since their exemp was granted and who have not already notifi he Registrar of such change / should notify him nice, lender the Regulations it is the duty of e;pted men to keep the Registrar advised of an iange of address, and failure to receive the ques naire by reason of neglect of this duty must be 1 ted as equivalent to failure to return the qtiestior re after receipt, Citize Jrged to Assist In many instances >rmation has been furnished by members of the lie which has led to the cancellation of exempti obtained'by false or misleading statements. F ler co-operation of this character is invited. T government regard it as the Duty of all loyal ci is, not only to the Country, but to the men at tlfront, to assist in this way in securing reinfoijnents on a just and legal basis. Correspond*? of this character will be treated as strictly cfdential and will receive the fullest investigation. CHARLES J* DOHEkTY, Minister of Justice. ected to J. M. Carson, Esq., Registrar Correspondence should bl under the Milt Service Act, Calgary, Alta. � I 401M * .. a. � ? churches^-and societies * > ' : .;. �i, .;. .j. .j. .j. tf > The country auction1 .sale held hy the Next-of-Kin on Saturday afternoon was a great, success. 'Although the day was stormy, everything was sold and the proceeds amounted to $HK.!)i>. Nil III hoc St) ivfi;i t }i lucky number for tlio cushion and was held by Miss j Terr. Tho members of the association wish to than]-: all those who helped lo make the. auctioning-a success. Also the Herald for advertisiiif;.  * w The regular meeting of the history and current event, section of the Mai thesis null will he held at (he home of .Mrs. K. ('. McCIure, UK) Nth St. 3, on Tuesday afternoon at. :i o'clock. m a * The regular meeting of the music depart men! of the Malhesis club will not be held this week. ... The I'rotheon class are having a business meeting at T.:!o in the class room tomorrow. ... During the early days of (he war, the women of England organized the "Silver Thimble Fund" and, later, in the I'nilod Stales, a similar society was started called the "Treasure and Trinket Fund.'' The success of these two societies has been so great that the Claresholm Chanter, l.O.D.IC, has organized the "Gold and Silver Trinket Fund of Alberta'' in aid of the war veterans of tho province, the idea .brains to collect broken or discarded pieces of jewelry and anything of silver 6l* gold lo be converted into money. Tho Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.U.K. has been asked to collect in fjethbrldtfe and anyone who lias any article of gold or silver, no matter how small or how damaged, would assist this fund by giving it. Ur. -K. A. Ewert has kindly consented to receive anything of the kind handed in at his store on !jth street for the benefit of the object described. Ail articles donated "'should bear lire name and address of sender, otherwise, receipt cannot be acknowledged. . C. FARRIS. CITY Has Been With City 10 Years-Successor Likely Thos. Fleetwood qi: Cbts mcc\\ in the Gits (Tburcbee Knox: Wednesday evening 7.;110. .junior and senior ('. S. K. T. hoys will meet in school room. Thursday after noon .'!.((!), regular monthly meetinj; of , the Ladies Aid will be held In the j meet lug Wednesday evening at school room. Friday evening, choir practice. The collectors for systematic ing .S.00, intercession, service. Seniot hoys' club at. the close of intercoBBlon service. Wpinen lnoef" at Red Cross 01; Thursdny H.00. Friday 8.00. choir prac. tice. Saturday U.tHt. junior auxiliary St. Mary's: Tuesday 8.30, teacher's meeting. Thursday S.00, G. A. Frida> 8.00, intercession service, ^riday S.'M) choir practice. Baptist: Monday evening "..'10 sharp The 'teen age boys and girls' stud? class. Wednesday evening, prayct meeting. Christian Church-Ladies' Aid at LI.Tin Wednesday afternoon at Mrs Rhodes, Il'.Oti Till Ave. S. I'ravei thi hurch. Choir practice Thursday evening at tlie church. Friday after H. C. Farris, city treasurer, placed his tesigtiation In the tiands of the city council at the regular meeting j this morning. The letter was laid ! :m the table and will be acted upon at | ^lnf; wiH ,..,u .Hiring the week. I noon, sewing at the Red Cross rooms Wesley: Monday evening 7.DO. Union KemottilK'r the date of the New Zea. Camiifire flirls meeting in Indies' par-' land evangelist, April 14th. lor, Tuesday evening 7,:10, Hoy Scouts' | L.D.S.-The relief' society meets a moating. The weekly prayer meeting on Wednesday evening has been withdrawn on account of the convention in Calgary. Thursday evening S.Oti, choir practice. United: Monday evening. 8.00. in the. United church hall there will be lantern slides representing the "Passion Flay." Collection taken. Wednesday evening, prayer meeting in the chureh. St. Cyprian's: Monday evening 7,'iO, Junior hoys' club meeting. Wed. even- The members of the Next-of-Kin are reminded of the election of officers to be held on Friday (April 5th). iu the Moose Hall at 7.30. All members are asked to attend this meeting. m r- * The executive of the Next-of-Kin are' asked to meet at the home of Mrs. Craig tomorrow afternoon at 2'.15V a special meeting of the council at two o'clock Tuesday afternoon. .lust who Mr. Farris' successor will be there is 119 hint. Thos. Fleetwood is the next nfan in the department in point of service and position, and if lie is not promoted to the vacancy it will he necessary to send outside the city for a treasurer. Mr. Farris has been with the city for 10 years,-entering during the regime of George W.' Robinson, who was secretary^treasurer till 1313, At the beginning- of 1914, the office was divided and Mr. Farris was made treasurer, so that he has held the position for four years. To the Herald Mr. Farris stated that j he expected to open a business ser-1 vice agency here where he will undertake collections, aid in looking after tlie hooks of large concerns and of municipalities', and-do a general business. He considers there is a good the home of Mrs. II. Smith, flu:'. 7IV. Ave. S.. tomorrow. Subject, "The ology." Christian Seance-Regular weekl.s testimony meeting on Wednesday a s p.m. Lieut. Arnoldi, of Toronto, late o: tlie Strathcor.Ji Horse, was the gues' of their iOxcellencies, the Duke am Duchess of Devonshire at Rideai Hall last, week-end. 1 opening. The trouble many concerns The Woman's" Missionary Society \hfJ%'V''!Jan ""JT* j�coT ,,,.,,,,., ..,______,. ,.,,,, ., ,,i,,,.>,-;i t "lx returns is one example of the work he will undertake to do. lie asks that his resignation take effect on April :10th. of Wesley church held a splendid [ meeting on Thursday afternoon several ladies taking part. The treasurer reported the auxiliary to be in a better financial''condition than ever before. Mrs. F. J. Redmond was elected delegate to the branch meeting to be held in Edmonton early in June. The auxiliary intend holding a special pubjie meeting about the middle of April, fuller, particulars of this to be given later. *   1 ..The'ladies' Aid of" St. Patrick's iHvllV hold .'a scckij fvening^ori Wednesday' {April ,'irdV In the Conservatory of Music hall. Cards will commence promptly at 8.30); -*.**- if The sale ..given iby the J. W. A. of St. Mary's church on Saturday was a decided success, the sum of $23 l>eiiig realized. Thert; were dainty stalls with home-made cooking, candies and fancy work, also] tea-tables, the stalls being in ,chatge .of tlie girls, assisted hy Miss Shirley. Miss Hough superintended the ice-cream with the aid of several other girls, while Mrs. Arnold with her little assistants in white, superintended the tea. The children are to be congratulate^ as to their ability. The J. W. A. wishes to thank every, one who helped to make the sale a success. DESTROYED 83 PLANES . ON ITALIAN FRONT London,, March 31.-Eighty-three enemy airplanes have been destroyed by British aviators since they have been operating on the Italian front, says a British official communication issued tonight. The British UaTe lost ten machines in aerial fighting. THESE REDUCED PRICES ON LINOLEUM FOR A VERY SHORT TIME , We are very heavily stocked and have decided to offer these special prices for a short time.  Printed Linoleum, per yard............. 87V2c New Process Linoleum, per yard..........-. 75c Inlaid Linoleum, per yard............$1.62V2 and.............................$1.75 Floor Oilcloth, per yard................ 62V2C ALL THE NEW PATTERN8 ARE SHOWN. WE INVITE YOU  TO CALL. C. G. Olander 524 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH ? ? O "> � > * > * : �  >> SOCIAL EVENTS ? <� � �* Miss MacAdam, who was a guest of Miss ,S. Bawden, was entertained on Sunday afternoon at Miss Bawden's home, where she met the executive of the Local Council of Women. rt | * * * In spite of the had weather' quite a number attended the tea held at the Nursing Mission on Saturday. .Miss Tilley and Miss Robinson were receiving while Mrs. McClure had charge of the finances. Mrs. Church poured at the toa table which was beautifully decorated with daffqdjls most artistically arranged under shaded lights, and was assisted by Mrs, Alien, Mrs. King, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Brymner, Mrs. Home, Mrs. Ew-art, Mrs. Graham. Miss Aird and Miss Bawden. During the afternoon Mrs. Waddingtou ..played in her usual delightful style. Among the guests were Mrs. MacAdam, M.P.P., of Hdmonton. The sum of $86 was realized. v v : ? AMATEUR PLAY ' *Z* & & *� & ^ *2* *t i Mr. R. Hincks and cast are presenting the play "His Excellency the Governor," tonight and tomorrow at tho Majestic theatre. The scene is laid in the Amandaland Islands at the time dr. the blooming of the aloes. The dust from these flowers produces an epidemic of love which spreads over everyone, the effects of which are amusingly shown as the play proceeds. . A threatened rising of tie natives and its subsequent suppression gives an exciting touch. It is to be hoped that the public will freely patronize the play as the proceeds are to ho '(given' to charity. The cast, which is as follows, should ensure a .true interpretation of the various roles: .  . Mr.\ K.: Hincks, Mr. V. .Waddington. Mrsi J. M. Ritchie, Mrs. Sinow, Miss F. Donald, Messrs. K. Hincks, Jr., A. C. 'Raworth, C. R. Mathews, P. O. Hyde, G. Kemiu. UGH! ACID STOMACH, The Moment "Pape's Dlapeptin" Reaches the Stomach All Distress Goes. Do some foods you eat hit back- taste good, but work badly; ferment Into stubborn lumps ahd cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach ? Now, Mr.. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape'a Diapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relief in five minutes, but what pleases you most is that It strengthens and regulates your stomach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. <�- Most remedies give you relief sometimes-they are slow, but not sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" i3 'quick, positive and puts your stomach in a healthy condition so the misery won't, come back. You feel different as soon as "Pape'a Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stomach-distress just vanishes-�your stomach gets sweet,, no. gases,, no belching, no eructations of undigested food, your head clears and you feel fine. Go now, make the best' investment you ever made, by getting, a large fifty cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. You realize in five, minutes how needless it is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.-Ad vest. Scotch Canadian DANCE Wednesday, April 3rd IN ST. MARY'S HALL, NORTH LETHBR1DCE FUNDS I-OR HARRY LAUDER'S HOME FOR WOUNOEO SOLDIERS. SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER LODE. ANNUAL SPRING TAG DAY i ' Sat, April 27th IN SUPPORT OF THE PATRIOTIC WORK OF THE CHAPTER . y The members of the Chapter are hoping for the interest and i assistance of the public as has been so generously accorded in the past. Mrs, Torrington, president of tho National Council � of Women luncli-�4 at Government House last week. ;