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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 1019 T1IF. LETHBRIDT.E DAILY IIERAI.D PAGE ELEVEN j> .j. The Herald will consider ap- plications for the position of editor of pate. Applies- 4 tions should he made lo the 4 News' Editor in perton. v PERSONAL Simmons, who left Tor Calgary SUB- day evening. Mr. G.. Thomas .of L'oalhum ipent the, week end in the ciiy. Mrs. W. who Is the gues of Mrs. II. C. Clarko is leaving for Kd: tuonton Ilic latter parl of Ihe weak, Mrs. J. It: Anderson and daughter. Jean, of Winnipeg, formerly of I.oth- bridge have returned to after spending Hie past three years In Kns- land. rapt. Anderson, who is stilt overseas, will return shortly. Mr. K. 1'. Stewart, principal of too Jlaruwell X'onsolHated School, lias been spcnuiiiK a few days in the city. Mr. George Slacey was a week ecd Tisltor in Cranbrook. Mrs. Helen Orser and granddaught- er. Irene, arrived In the city ofi Thurs- day from Kingston, Ont.. to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. 13. Smylhe, 015 I0th Street South. Another valued member of the Her- ald staff severed her connection with the institution on Saturday afernoor when Dora Nlmmons, who has lecn editor of the Mlladl department or about a year left to lake a position on the Calgary Albertan. Miss N'lra- Prior to >he was made the recipient ot suitable rifii from both the company and the Mils Slninumi Itll nljul tor j Messrs. T. Thompson. Blatklock, Hewitt, and J. Stenhouw were week end visitors lu N'oblelord. Mrs. J. II. Wallace who has evening itlon of a dlvi wintering in California returned 5 I "I can not approve the city on Friday. or ladies aid of Wesley church will mon for their monthly business ineellng on Wednesday afternoon al 3.00. As the Easter sale Is to very near, will the ladles kindly make an ellorl 10 attend and brine their work. Refreshments will bo served. QVEBEC'. March 31 dans who use regarded m expressly ito Sf-u'TJl and true senlitueuts w ih..- ol thtse provinces." -ail U'- Hoi.- MacKenzie King a theon ho was tendered by tin- IJui- brc Reform Club, "Co not make iiii'tntc." he continued, "of bclicvir.s that tlir- ah- taid and done lo cain IKIV.-CT cvpniis the thoughts and the popu- lation. 1 can not sirtiiiBly Iblarae Ilie-so public rum who by race and freed cries havt- uurins the re- Welcome Home to 39th Battery I act which robbed suet i The History and Current KvenU De- t'on u! i A. Illack o! Caroroje. lias o! Mathesis Club will vo'e and mat Oa.. Ihren visiting with Mrs. J. Burkitt for afternoon at 3 o'clock ot the lemaie pj the past weeks, left for an [hc -Ol Mri v (._ ada. 1 can not .1111 tended trip lo Wraonton. 10th St. S. qutftta', of com S of the Maple Iteved in the stand u chapter X0.7.O.K.S, willbe held the j Mr. i. T. Graham'of Calgar I tlic city. decided by Mr. K. II. Sloan, of Saskatoon, is in u" .referendum, as was the clly visitlnE his psrenls. 'i The Women's Bible will meet at the home of Mrs. Gray. !51i> 4til Ave. Norih, at 3.60 tomorrow MI noon. government on I hc- liy sir Wil- should tin.1 iH'opli: in a in AU5tra i The Women's Bible will meet Mr. S. Gray, who has sur-; M 15...... jtcring from Influenza, is much better at tue nolDt and Mrs. Dray Is ImprovinE Ti'C Girls' Auxiliary will at i the Nursing Mission tonight at 7.311 -10CIAL. Mrs. R. Andrew Smitli eatertained a' number of friends at a luncheon on Saturday in honor of her'sister, bervice You can always vest assured thai the quality of our goods ib everything you would wish for ilie kind that will bring you back to us for further our prices are right. Comb Honey, each Clark'o Fluid Ecef Cordial, 16 or. bottles, ea 51.10 Sorfa Biscuits, McCormicks in large packets, each S1'11 Olive Gutter, per bottle .....................23c Gooseberry Jnm, Donalco. 4s, per tin Nabob Tea, black, 1 Ib. packets,