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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, APHIL 9, 1920 Empty Tomb.'1 litrk, Melville Broivn; SITU I Uike, Harry Carlson: John- Costumes on Congratu- os DfrcorsHoss nle Ruahwcrtb. Hymn "Lou- In the lie! Lay." I "Incidents at the Keiur-j ration." Mary at the Tomb. .Marjorle j Duffy: Tl'e Wait of EUUOMIS, Stengel; Thomas with tue Disciples.] Rtaoda Brown; Scene at the Late ol Galilee. -Margaret Calder. Hymn "Christ Ihe Lord la Risen Today." 'Ttnl's Addreu Before tho Clifford Still. "Immortality" (Vlcror He- Wm. tanning Bryan. Our O t SOW BliAND. April and [.Mm. and Orrillo. who S hare bMa the ptat icmthB Delta, Alia., have returned f to tbelr home Suanymeado. Mr. W. C. Las away [or kwklni; up a Kootl location Jor a biulnefs. Rumor say decided en Vernon. B.C. ue has I Prom Our GRANLUA, April Mr. Chriis. Easter Junior Choir. and Heart at Thy Sweet Voice." Scout Glee Club. llymb of my Soul." Benedictiou. Battle to Vic- Scout Olee Club. The Anglican Ladies' Aid gate n tea last Saturday afternoon in Ihe Rest room afchough the weather was Is Gnuenstldn returaea trwra __ ____ i ____ i ____ ____ i..- ___ the wax well all winter. Little is after a serious Illness of pneumonia. Muaroa of Bow Island was in at- tendance cu him.this week. Mr. Mike Smith has sold his farm and Intends moving to Saskatoon iu the near'future. Mr. A. N, Sprinkle lost a valuable mare Shis week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis .Carlson owl chil- Vduvu wii vi uuu. w.vj. waJS well Mr. Hughes, Meditine Hat is a busi- i roaiied. many dropping iu to ysriake Arta spent Sunday at the home of '.Mr. t MM visitor In Sown toiay. Wedne5-J0( ,ne delicious lunch served. A few of the friends of Jlrs. Arthur Mr. MeCrae spent the latter part it the .'week in during his f (Mr. Janfleaon was hi ihe erpmg office- Miss Luclle McLaren spent the Eatter holiday at her home In Meat else HtM K. Mason spent her holiday at I home in Lethbndge. Mlts Fuller was a gueat at Iho j of Mr. and Mrs. Morrison o! Medicine Iia[ during the Easter vaca- tlon. Tfrt. Frank Reams went to Medtdne i Hat the latter part of Ihe week to attend the convention of International Bible Students being held there. A holiday party composed of Mr. Boucher, Howard. Ted Hoag- 1 lln, Lymen Reams and Donald Blaine apent the past few days on a 1 trip stopping at Fernie. Crnnbrook. .Golden, Banff nnd other places. They are expected home on tha early morn- ing train. Rev. V. M. Gilbert Is fs.fr 'i ing Mr. Boucher's school duties during i the laUer's absence. Mrs. Hurlbut a jligb; stroke of paralysis on Monday afteruoon hut today she is reported to be greatly improved. j C. H. Bell received the sad I, ipiswe yesterday that her father, who llTea in Michigan, was very sick and the doclora hare given tip all hopa of hli recovery. Mr. Davis, secretary-treasurer of j 'Bow Island municipal district has re- signed hts position. Mr. Fred Fairhura has decided to j fire up farming snd has taken a posl- 1 tlon in the Globe store hero. He will J-moYe into town as soon as a suitable I house IB secured. _. 1 Mr. Wilson, porter of tne Myrtle yiotel, Is' leaving Bow Island and go- f ing to Saskatchewan to livo. Mrs. Bryafis of Sunnymeade district It visiting at tie home of her parents, riMK and -Mrs. Hurlbut, Herber Miss Bessie Shaw lelt Bow Island on Monday guests failed to do Justice to the good things set before them. Following the eupper z short program was ap- preciated, consisting of hymns, a solo by Rev. J. Panlclson of Ihe Lutheran Church, and a speech b] Rev. Cook. The Forward Movemen was later eiplalned hy Her. V. M Gilbert, pastor of the United Church and after a discussion on missionary attain the pleasing sum of SloO.Oi ww raised for missions. At the clos' of the evening complimentary remark i.on the success of tbe whole affal i were heard on every side. !Etaster Sunday was a red.letter.do in the United Ohurch; The churc was nicely decorated -with cut flow .ws and Sunday school having bee withdrawn, the first part of tho morn j Sag serflco was conducted hy Mr. St! the superintendent of "the Sunda school. The singing was led by th Junior choir accompanied by Ih Scout Glee Club with .MIES Sa-Ii Jamea organist. Several recit. tlonfl suited to the day were give: The collection including tho mil oozes, amounted to Hev. V. H Gilbert, pastor of the church too charge of tho remainder of the ae vice, when the rites of baptism wei administered to five children, never ulso being received ir.to the churc among -whom were a number of G Ouldes, and Boy Scouts. Tho servii was conolttded by the celebration the Lord's Supper. The ersning servfco was as follow U'uri Angr, Sco XHee Club. Junior Choir. Prayer In concert. Hymn Glorious Co qtwror, Rise." Ministry of Jeau by Durward Rolfe. from Kevelatlo 3QCT, rpsponslvely. Reading-'Tlrst Wltncaa to the Res- Mack were invSted to a thimble .tea at the home of Mrs. A- K. Werts, where Mrs. Mack Is now a guest. The hostess served a dainty luuch being assisted In serving by Jirs. A. D. Whit- ney. The Women's Missionary Society held an open meeting in St. Andrew's church, yesterday afteruoon. At- the close of the meeting appetizing're- freshments were served. The members of the liebetavh lodge are to be congratulated on the dainty Easter 'decorations purple olid yellow et baskets of violets. Easter iillles anil streamers of purple and yellow at the masquerade ball in.the I.O.O.F. hall on Easter Monday nighf. Several unique costumes were seen, the Judges Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Harris and Mr. praham awarding all prizes to wearers of native costumes. .Mrs Gordon Evans find and Mrs. 3. For? Mr. Robert Swa.-.son arrived from Medicine Hst Tuesday, where he has teen attending 'High school. Mr. B. Ivereoh or KWkom -visit- ng ilr. Eric Erikfon. Our slorekeepef Mr. has >ut in qulto a stoi'k- of (tour and feed, which benefit to .he farmers needing same. Mi-. K. Clajton.of Bar U visited "riends iu Ihtt rffstflct Sunday. implements coming Into the'dislrict tho eiithus- asro of ihe' farmers" is not dead yeu One hears avery.where the anxiety ot those who are aiuious to get busy on he lend, Mrs. Sidney Strachan of the won the ladies' prizes while Mis: Ei! wards and Mrs. Harry Grlgsbv dress- ed aa Indians were awarded 'the gentlemen's "Splendid music for the dance- was furnished by aiid Mrs. A. Hong- lin and Mr. Clarence Dateman. At midnight lunch was served by Mr. A E. Browning in his restaurant after which dancing continued till tho wee suia1 hours of the morning. A very pleasant social function oc curred this afternoon when Mrs. A, Swemumson. received her many friends at her pretty home on-aiain streei- the rooms being thronged with guceis ffem four to sli The rooms..were prettily decorated will cut flowers.. Carnations were placec in the reception hall, Easter liltes be- ing used'itl the cosy living room, whilo Ihe tea''room'with-Its--small tables centred with bouquets of red tulips looked very inviting. The hostess charmingly gowned received hi he' 1 usual pleasant .manner while Mrs trum invited to the tea-room. Olhc sistants Included Mrs. n. Beattie rs.'A. Hoaglin and Miss Irene Lear) An error was made recently in and items when the name of 'Alan epew was used for Alfred Depew having won, the Distinguished Con- ict Medal during the lale war. Wbalen "Laud Company, cd from.Pqrt Arthur cave been to ailtend the fuDtral of MA mother. Mr'. Mrs. Dumas and chlMran have renled land In the disbtt ud ara .residing on jams. tie fwnjerj In thta cotft- niuniiy in KUtkoui on- securing wheat, etc. from the- govern- meat Mr. Monuay. and Huntle who left for Florida last fall will not return this ffiiaf. Mr. H, will look alter fntareets here. Mr. T. H. PTOVCK a trip iicodsy. of a iina CHINESE CONSUL PROTESTS SEVERAL KILLED IN JERUSALEKI CLASH LONDON7. April Is that 10 civilians were reported killed and ISO wounded and that three Brit- ish oftlcera were wounded in Uw dis- turbances in Jerusalem, April 4, be- tween the Jews, Moslems and Arabs, a dispatch to the from Cairo, Egypt, dated April 7. The dispatch the exact cauie of the trouble has not yet been ascer-, talued. Other disturbances occurred April 6, when the town "packed with British troops.. Early in mornhjg ot April 6, Arabs tried to iforce the Damascus gate .but were fired on. During further dlsturbaBcet some houses were burned. The dispatch adds that from the lat- est information, although there was considerable eicltement Iu the Jeru_E aiem district, the situation was well in hand. c. April Pro- teHlnr that reports of ra--c 2nd seli- am by the made It appear that Chinatown was tU o( .ths trsf flo' In bosloua drugs Vnil that tho community provided tho chief of fenders, Xoliug Hiaug, Chineao cvu- written a formal letter' to Actiug iMayor Hamsay. Acting Mayor Ramsay has repUed Mating that he s nut race riou HS sugttest- by the consul, and that there Is hlng to be gained -by a refusal to that many Chinese are oaely- aavxiated with the trade In rohlbUed drugu. according to pcrlko cords, tithsr ss prlasipals or The United States army shoe hill will .next year he 'at the present level of prices.. One Dollar Weekly PA RENTS I Toll your children tbat il.OO deposited at thia Bank evory wobk for ten yeara, at 3 per cent will amount to Encourage yotir children to save. ASSETS EXCEED UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge A. Branches also at Cardston and Barons ''j-.- ifaj-ors 'of Windsor, Walliervllle, ord and Ojlbway at a meeting at indsor city hall, passed a resold- on faToring the hulEding of a hos- tal costing lo serve tho teresta of all border municipalities. TKt CANADIAN SALT CO. TO BUILDERS CONTRACTORS We are prepared to accept orders for common cuildlne brick for April and May delivery at present prices. '.All buliiliug material' is rapidly adrancing. Figure out your' requirements and take advantage of prevailing rates. FOR QUOTATIONS PHONE 1412 LETHBRIDGE BftlCK CO., LTD. 419 SECOND AVE. SOUTH BLOCK Life Insurance i v' Protects your family if you'die ahd protects you'if you live. A in the hands of your when you die ts worth of those you were just going to take out. Buy your inBurance from the Monarch-Life, a good Canadian Company. HOLMES JOWETT 322 7th Street South, Lethbridge Phone 1211 Representative for Southern ALSO AUTOMOBILE, FIRE AND HAIL INSURANCE Steamship For fall Information re sail- ings and rates on C. P. R. CUNARD WHITE STAR -AND ALL OTHER LINES Apply THE ROSSITER AGENCIES HlglnboUiam Block Phone 1412 Information SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Also Gentlemen's Silk Shirts Made to Order. ;S1UMOW .408 .Sixth Street South {Behind Dominion Meat Market) ,WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS ANO FORCINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP IN STOlK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER'SHAFT CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And. other repairs for the Case, Reeres, Humley and other popular. makes of Steam 'arid Gasoline Tractors. We have'tho tnat facilities for straightening ani tlueing Crank Shafts, Re- boring Cylinders, nud doing oth- er machine work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 322 LIMITED. OH AUTO LIYERY Counlry Special Service i Trips Phenet 787 Rheumatism is a conslilutionHl dis- ease, Kiuswl hy the uric r.cid In the nlood. H inanifcsla itself hy pain and lameness atlncklng the muscles nnd Jolntn of Hie body, which often swell and become lint and Inflamed. Anyone who has suffered month alter month, nnd perhaps year aftoi year, with rheumatism, and who h.is trlt'l reniciiy tiller remedy in (he hopn of relief, and w'ilhont sucr.cns, should not give up hope. Burdock Ijlond Hitlers, hr invigoral- ing Ihe digestive nrgRtu snd eliminat- ing the uric acid from the system, will give prompt oml pfinnnmjn! relief, Barry. Pitrlbrook, Ont feel It my duty to lot ym. know of the great benefit my husband derived from lair.g your Ilimlnr.k Blood Hitters. He liad boon suffnrliiK for the two years with inflam- matory rheumatism. Ho fried many medicines'hut got no helter. A friend advised him In take B. n. n. He did flo. and .itter faking five bniUes he felt like a now man, and was able lo go to 'Work tiio game as ever." Blood Hitlers hai hem on Ihe market for over 40 years. Mann- Earl Ross. fachirerl only hy Thr- T. Mllhurn Co Witnesses to the Limited, GOING GARAGE SNAP FOR A LIVE MAN AT COALDALE i Good going garage, fully equipped, in the livest place in Alberta. Reason for selling: Too much bimneu on hand. Will make terms to suit the right man. APPLY TO COALDALE PHONE R217 Ms-: Additional Classified Ads. (Continued from Page IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Ore grsy-: fecrsc, branded j as fiit'bu vlglt, 'Impounded in the East 9S-0 Chief of Police. NOTICE In the iTiaUer; of Ihe KJtra Judicial Eeliures Act; And In the matter ot a certain Chat- tor TAKE NOTICE that there will be sold by Public Auction (en block) at the Tovvri of Qrafium, in the Province of Krldav, 16th day of April, A.D.. !920. .at tho hour of WO o'clock in the afterncou, tho follow- In; goods nnd i chattels, to wit: All the fiJruifaW'aishes. bedding, and fix- tho contents o! ths Hotel uforesald. full pRrtioilnrB and view of which may be. any time on uppllca- Asel i AudersoD, the Balliti in HAY AND HORSES .FOR SALE 50 TO .40 TONS of good shcat oftte. at 510 a ton. 8 OR 10'TONS of.gooil blue Joint hay, Must be hauled off pUco to feed. chares. iiTeraie o't cash. The licdc'ra'lgiiVa is advised that the purchaser can probably make ar- rangements with the owner of tho building (or a leaee for a term of years.. The; Mortgagee reserves the right to vrtthdfaw the said goods sale: unless the price offered equals j O the amount duo under and hy virtue I o Also THIRTY HEAD GOOD WORK j HORSES bo 'seen at' BONXELL LUCKEY'S Farm, Three Miles South and one Milo West ot Coaldale. S5-12 HAY tons of baled alfalfa. Ap- ply J. C. McCulloch, Coaldalo, four miles south and half mllo west of'Coaldale.; Solicitor for Mortgagee, .j Axel Anderson, i Z 'Bailiff. _ Ad E ff DO YOU WANT OR SEED In. car tots or less.'Wc cau also doHver-prpmptly a few cars of GOOD HAY -Come and see what hairo to offer. SAUNDERS HAY AND :GRA1N COMPANY Av.e. S. Phone 732 FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT 100 Cars of No. 1 Alfalfa 50 Cars No. 1 Alfalfa and Timothy Mixed Cars Alfalfa Weal At neasonablo Prices. Order Now Ucforo It Is Too Late. v PHONE R-217, OR WMTB J.B.SCHIMEK COALDALD -j CITY TRANSFER Prop. f Light Hauling Office at Auto Top Depot Phone 1143 .I 6th Street S. ELECTRIC WELDING We' hare the most up to date wclding-'shop In Southern At-' j .berla..' We have an Acetylene 'culting eq.uijiin.vit .and-cue of-tho Canadian Gener- al Electrics-, largest ofeclilc TveWIng 'plants, enabling us to do' a6cd work: and at a n'uch lower' price', Lawford Welding Co, Opp. Lethbrldgg Holsl .Phone HAY and FEED FOITSALE Prompt 'Pellvarles Loosest Prices C. McCLENAGHAN 405'5th St. S., Lcthbrldge Phone 1295 31-2G Reildence 1210 Jack Hill Jack Hollingsworth' LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE' PHONE 664 We Have Installed a Full Equip- 'me'nt for Repairing AUTWBILE Can all maKea of COM, Expert Hot Air Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT ;SKc6t: Metal Worker! .336 South Phone 1713 List Your BRANDS! H be a mutual a G vantage to owners .of brands it they were lo place samer before fanners and ranchers so-that stray Block could ba recognized and reLariied promptly. A .rew dollars a month will carry them Is tlio Dally and Weekly Herald. BRAND REGISTER On right thouldot of csltle. On right ahoalder of honec. Joyd Dtvlne Nlljsoc. R3U. On loft thigh ol hc-rses. ana en left hip of ca'.tle. O. T. Lathiop. Telephono 1865 CITY TAXI Tractor Cylmders Reground in gaa tractor cylinders and filling' oversize pistons and rings. We have In etock at. present oversly.o for all populnr" makes of gas Iractors. Auio Cylinders Reground NIVEN BROS. S16 1st Avo, S. Phone 1732 Howard siren, tham, Alia. ot H. 0. fiollag, Wron- Ou Jeft thigh. Albert Lohaelgor, Iron Springs, Al- berta. SERVI.CE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Avs. S., Lethbridge, Alberta Ride In a McLaughlin Special. It coats no more. K-W, Service Station Service Station for the famous Magnetos. All makes of magnetos, generators, rails re- paired. l-'uli Block ol repair parls car- ried, All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 On left thigh of horeet, Miles, Darons, Alia. 53-11 Left (high of horsei, Jaw of horses. per head reward. Notify Oscar Strand, Wrcnlhain, Alta. Cattlp-brand on right ribs. Weir, Maeinasln. 79-H Please Notify W. LOWE Phone-1603 Left llilgli of horses, On right thigh ol horsei, On left shoulder of horses. Gordon, Iron Alfa. M.-A HBWD1HIHD lefl shoulder. Alia. ;