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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta hie uvninninorc daily ni:n.u.o PACK NINE ^ > 4 > � � 4  � * � � � � PERSONAL Ioon for her homo in Mooxlmln. r upending :i few week* with Mr. �Mr�. .1. IhifniT # Ml Kvelyn Buchanan left on iiirv "�� �'*����� Urdu; t hna Men spending her Raul -  lioiil.i.vs with Mr*, h. Norman. il,H jinx:-! Keith Is attending the '"' Sv,'> for her homo this Err convention of HapMeto tern ion. T !r.". J. /lohnsftti Is leaving this .1 Harris,- with her {� ehll-iif Minneapolis,'-arrived In-in Haturday night to join her husband. Mr�. HarriH Is a former reniriant of the rlty nnrt her many friends will bo pleased to hear of her return   � . Miss Helen 'ialvin nml Mr*. GaMn left hist night for Calgary, where \t 1 .�*!� Ualvln'* marriage to Mr. II. Higin- bothiini will take place. *  � Ml-s Margaret Smith of Med Door, U v ik i: i 11 k Her sifter. Mi- .!. T. W'nt-son, iit the power house cii't.ige, Itlvcr notion). �n * * Mv�. ('. Brown, who lias been visiting with tier daughter, Mr*. (', Mc Clenilnlmn. for the past live limnthn, ban i ft iii'im-iI to Miiiitrt'iil. * Jlr.r Baiter of ihe rtapflsl parson-jiK''. I" attending a e � !,., )) ,p j '."1 to [nil!:'- ?!," a il''t itiiiiii^ a ..iin-'-y;. Also tile Herald lor adv--rt iiin ... ] T'ie rei,:il.'i- niivilni: of the history and i Hi-, 'lit . v lit si" ion of i In- Ma j thea! � i .llh \\ -II lie held . i t |1,. i,,,.!,,. ! of M vs. ;; ' Mei lure, t;lo st i( s\ . i I oil Tile � |a\ a tternoon lit :: o'i-Iih-k. I   * I The meelitii: of 'I'" luii-ir1 depart ii" tit in' I I'e .Mai Ii' i . eli.h � ill I :>"'. ti" ii id i In ; v.-ei-k. R. C. FARRIS, CITY T j Has Been With City 10 Yeais- Succeswor l.ikely Thos. , Klet'twnnd II f Fa i r i f �, cl: \ ' ;-",i .ai"r. have changed their address since their exemp was granted and who have not already notifi he Registrar of such change should notify him nee. Under the Regulations it is the duty of t: 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 questioi re after receipt. GtizeUrged to Assist In many instances Irmation has been furnished by members of the llic which hat led to the cancellation of exempt*obtained'by false or misleading statements. Ffcer co-operation of this character is invited. Tpovernment regard it as the Duty of all loyal ciSns, not only to the Country, but to the men at tlfront, to assist in this way in securing reinfoi&nents on a just and legal basis. Corresponds of this character will be treated as strictly cfdential and will receive the fullest investigation. ) CHARLES J. DOHttlTY, Minister of Justice. Correspondence should blected to J. M- Carton. Esq., Registrar under the Mi * Service Act, C*lgary. Alt*. 401M Itiirhi;; the early day: ,,f W!ir, Ihe'ii uf Ijinland ornaii /.ell the' ".Silver 'lli.iii.le KiukI" and. later, in I lu I ll .-''.[i'm, 11 sililil.ll- -llrii'ly !l."l ciiled tl, I Triti'nel luad ' The snrn ' I wo ^ncie; iiian been s,i I reii>nri Kr and it" till V" �at thai the Clare,holm chapter. I.lllii:., ha--orKanira'd the -Cold and Silv.- Tiin-kpt Ktind of .Alberta" In aid of th" war veteran-i of the provint c. ii.� iota heifiR to cDllee: broken or iliscardcd pieces o:' jewelry and anythinr, of silver el* ,"o!d to be converted into inoi: ey. The Sir Alexander (Jail Chapter I.O.D.K. has been asked to collect in la'thhridfo: atal anyone who ban any article of e,.'!d or silver, no matter how small or how ilaina.Ked. wouid Plst this t nml by Kivinx it. .Mr. }�'.. A. 'Owen ha kindly ronsentod lo receive anytiidiK of the kind handed in at his stall' on 5th street f0r the hem :n uf the object described. uviiclofi donated 'VI'.ouhi bear Ihe name anil address of render, otherwise receipt i .innol be acknowledged. ... j The members of the N'extof Kin aro | rotninded of the election of officers to he held on Friday i April ."thi. in the Moose Mull at T.llo. All iceiubufa are aHked to attend this meeting. The executive of the Ne.xl of-Kin are asked to moot at the home ot .Mrs. Craig tomorrow afternoon at I'.15. | Knox: Wi ilnestlMv evetiinc ".">". inn ' ior and senior C H. K T boys will meet in h"ol room Thlirsday after trail 'I mi, regular inon'blv m�etitii; of the l.adiiM \id v. ill be held in ihe i liool room ITiday etetiiiiK. choir laaittce The (olleitots tor i-vbiematb i ivftu; xill 'all diiriiiK the w.i k. Wesley: .Monday ewnihi-, 7''ai. I'nioii Camiifiie (iit Is tnctitiK in linli's' pai i lor. i esilav eveiiitm 7 :'.n. Hoy Sronts' ' i le.'tini: The weekVy prayer meeting 'nil W'eilMesilav .veiling lias lieell with j drawn on ai� evening s choir iirai 11' e United: Moiulay eveninje. S.OIV In ihe 1 I'liifeit (hutch hull tlo-re will be bint ; ' rn slides representing Hie "I'assini' i I'lay " Col!"I'tioii taken. \Vednisda>' : evening, prayer nieetiiiR in the church | St. Cyprian's: .Monday evenhiK Junior bovs' club tiieetini;. Wed even ItlK N.nn. interc.enHion oervire. Senior Ih>>h' ehib iit the close or interrenMor mrvlie U'onieti m�er,'i� Reil Cross or Thurndny tam Frblay choir prac lice Sainnbiy ^ "at. junior auxiliary St. Mary's: Tuesday S.JO, lencher'-meetlnp TlnirwlH.v no. O. A. FrlrtB\ Son. interer ihe date A hi ii ,it Mrs 1'raye at fh' 'f'hursday e> b I'riday after lied Cross room-of the New 7,en tie land  vatiuell-L.D.S.-I'lie AptJ 141 h idlef hoi iety meet s e Ikiii'. Ve S i tinion P in of Mrs II. t'limir; ow 111 Si I'lll 111' "t inn Smith. Subject. .', 7tl The Ht'KUlar mci'kU n Wednesday a I .kmc Arnold!, of Toronto, late o lb" Stiatheot.a Horse, wus the nue? of their Kxcelleiu ies. the Duke am liilch'ss of Hevoitsbii'j at 'tideiiv Mail last week-end a special meeting of the council at j two ii clock Tuesday afternoon. .lust who .Mr. Karri.-' successor will be there in no hint Thos. Fleetwood i. In the Conservatory of Music hall, i'arils will commence promptly at tvib'i The sale-.given by the J. W. A. of St. Mary's church on Saturday was a decided success, the sum of $-'i! being realized. There were dainty atalls with home-made cooking, candles ami fancy work, also tea-tables, the stall* being in cbatge of the girls, assisted by Misa Shirley Miss Hough superintended the ico-i ream with the aid of several other girls, while Mis. Arnold with her little assistants in white, superintended the tea. The children aro to be congratulate^ as to their ability. The .1. W. A. wishes to thank every, one who helped to uiuko the sale a success.  .  SOCIAL EVENTS ?  Miss MacAdam, who was a guest of Mies S. JJawden, was entertained ou Sunday afternoon at Misa Bawden's home, where she met the executive of the Local Council of Women. *  * * In eplte of the bad weather' quite a number attended the tea hold at the Nursing Mission on Saturday. Miss Tilley and Miss Hobinson were receiving while Mrs. McClure had charge of the finances Mrs. Church poured at the tea table which was beautifully decorated with daffodils tnott artistically arranged under uaded lights, and was assisted by Mrs, Allen, Mrs. King. Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Brymner, .Mrs. Home, Mra. iCw-art, Mrs. Graham, Miss Aird and Miss DESTROYED 83 PLANES ON ITALIAN FRONT T.ondon. March 31.-Eighty-three enemy airplanes have been destroyed by Hrltish aviators since they have been operating on the Italian front, says a British official communication issued tonight. The British ha*e 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............$1.62l/ij and.............................$1.75 Floor Oilcloth, per yard................ 62V2C ALL THE NEW PATTERNS ARE SHOWN. WE INVITE YOU  TO CALL. C. G. Olander 624 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH UGH! ACID STOMACH, The GAS OR INDIGESTION Moment "Pares Diapepaln" Reachea tn� 8tc-nach All Diatraaa Go��. Po some foods you eat hit back- taste good, but work badly; ferment Into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach '' Now, Mr. cr Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot thi� down: Hape'a Dlapepstn digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything mo safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference bow badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relief in five minutes, but what pleaaea you most la that It strengthen* and regulates your stomach so you can rat your favorite foota without fear. , Moat reined lea give you relief sometimes-they are slow, but not aurt. "Pane's Diapepaln" is 'quick, positive and puts your stomach in a healthy condition ao the misery won't come back. You feel different as soon "Pape'f Diapepsin" cornea in contact with the stomach-distress Just vanishes-�yonr stomach gets sweet,, no. ga.<)9�,. no belching, no eructations of undigested food, your head clears and you feel fine. Co now, make the best Investment Bawden. During (he afternoon Mrs. (you ever made, by getting a large WaddlngtOB played in nor usual de-1 fifty cent case of Pape's Diapepsin lightful style. Among the guests were Mm. MacAdam, M.P.P., of Udmontou. I The sum ot $86 was realized. � *   �  AMATEUR PLAY