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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE FRIDAY, APRIL 8,1flS mtMIMNIA SHtVNQROFA (From Our f'vrn r"t'"pomlm" Vulcan, Apr ndo:i ;uid ho was sleeping m a l�pnperviK!on cf Miss Hello Pence It was � treat to see Mrs Crane and 'Jane'' in iliefr quaint attire and the "Ian and the owners, Messrs. Stewart Bros, were highly pleased with t!id result. The total mount realize! was |1n4 bar little eon leaving Investiture. . - earn en lie 4en4 rather'* V. C. Buckingham Palace after the KUaf/a pars (or taking �Isaraej' la time of ducted the services and preached two war. They were arrested by the > very excellent sermon*. A large oaav A.P.P. and on Wedaeeday were fined. gregatlon was present to hear aim. each 815.00 and coats. They will not I On Monday evening a public meeting say "no saves" after tale ' wan held in the church. Revs. WU- Annfvereary Bervtoee. j klnson. Hunter. Tonng' and Pnlteji Th. .__._.,.,. ,K- i save short addresses. Mr. F. at. vSZ S^ffim^T**\*^-T"� *\T % ,HoMr cided success. Rev. Wilkinson of the| oI *" tne mw wn0 h,d Mt Blairmeiw Tnion church at Plncher Creek con- for overseas to engage in tho might* Geo. Kerr & Co. PImms 14S3 umI 1365 Family Grocers-Tea and Coffee Merchants 313 Fifth Street Sooth conflict In Europe. The ladles of the church then favored those absent with tea, sandwiches and cake. Mr. Jack Smith was soloist for the even-; lng. The meeting was enjoyed by | all. Rev. Fulton acted as chairman and expressed his thanks to all those who had made tho evening ao pleasant and instructive. Artistic Vitality Toronto, Apr. 5.-A verdict censoring the military authorities for the I manner in which they moved Private j Robert C. Olllies from his home toi the hospital at Exhibition Camp was returned by Coroner Batsman's Jury.! In addition to finding that Private! Onile* died from pneumonia, the Jury found ' that there was negligence to ; having Gillies removed from his home' to Exhibition Camp without first con- j salting the family physician. The, Jury also censured the military au>; thorltles for the delay in responding to the telephone message requesting that a military doctor attend htm at h'.s home before sending the ambulance for bin removal. Vogue- ANNIVERSARY SERVICES ARE HELD AT FRANK OT7R DEFENSE In the spring wa may be attached at any moment. Toxic poisons Pile UP within us altera hard winter, and we feel "run-down," tired out, blue and die* couraged. This is the time to pot our boose in order-olesnse the system and pnt fresh blood into our arteries. Yoa can obtain un alterative extract from Blood root, Golden Seal, Stone ami Queen's root, Cherry hark, rolled labs a sugar-coated tablet and sold bf most druggists, in fifty-cent vials, aa Or. Pierce'h (iolden Medical Discovery. This blood ionic, in tablet or liquid form, is just what you need for " Spring Fever," for that lack of ambition. It will fill you full of vim, vigor and vitality. Ltximut, Ottahio-�When my little tighter was live year* old her liver wa* so s'.ugglsh that I roared the might be troubled with habitual constipation. I had read a  great deal about Tx* tor Pieree'e Golden Medical ftWcovery and decided to try It with her, giving her smalt doses. I found tfast 1* not only helped her liver but It alas proved to be a tiiendW tonic, 0* well. It. wa* such a splendid Medicine that 1 would never hesitateHe give It to iter again If she needed it, and 1 take tilessure In recommending It to other mother* whose little ones seem to need a liver regulator and blood maker."-tin* tjpviaA BBACU. Box \m (From Our OWn Correspondent> Blalrmore, April 3.-March went out with it* usual lion-like attitude j on Saturday and Sunday, it wa* very unfortunate to Easter hau. Miss Violet Sargent is home from Plncher Creek where she has been intending school for some time. She will return at the weekend. Miss Jewel McDonald and Master John McDonald, who were attending high school at Edmonton, arrived home for the Easter holidays. A number ot the local school staff were away over Easter. Miss Keith was visiting Calgary friends: Mlssee McColm and Pulton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morrison at Cowley; Miss Roofs Is attending the teachers' convention at Edmonton, and will not return until the end of the week. Mlsi Brtdlah, a stater of Mrs. E. O. Kwan of Blalrmore, and who has been formerly In the local hospitals aa nurse and later went to Walla Walla, Wash., In the same capacity, is now with the American Red Cross and la reported to be now at Newport News. Pound Dead. Frank Koraer, a well known resident of Frank, was found dead In a stable on the Oibeau ranch on Sunday last. He aad a neighbor ot Mr. KeadrJek had rented the Oibeau ranch, which wa* adjoining that ot > Mr. Kendrlck's. They had driven tome horses down on Saturday. On Sunday morning Mr. Korner wont over to the Oibeau place but was to be hack at noon. He did not arrive back and Mr. Kendrlck sent two boys over to see what was the matter. The boys reported that they could not find him Mr. Kendrlck went over and ftttaUy found him dead In the stable. Coroner Pinkney was called by the police and viewed the remains. He decided that there was no foul play gad nloo there wa* no need of any In veaUgation. The remains were taken home) on Monday. The funeral was held w Wednesday afternoon and the thtestneat wa* In the Blalrmore ccrae tery. Ha leaves a wife and larae fam Uy to mottrn his loss. They have the deep sympathy of the community. Twe aliens of Austrian birth land ed is tows without the necessary par SHOWS IN EVERY LINE OF Quality Clothes As before the War, price governs quality of work and materia), but owing to the scarcity of wool and skilled labor, to-day it is more important than ever to know what you are buying a Your best protection if you are not a iudge of fabrics is to select a brand of clothes whose makers have established a sound reputation for good goods and true value Spring! 918-Models showing many desirable innovations are now ready for inspection Made-to-measure or Ready-for-Service * 1 1 Local Distributors LOUIS KEEL FASHION-CRAFT STORE iXTHBRIDGE FtukltH'Crift 200 RMU 13310786 ;