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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta BRIDGE, ALTA., MONDAY, APR 11 It, The Lethbridge Public School Board Invite the Citizens of Lethbridge to the Opening of the New Central School, On Tuesday Afternoon at 3 o'clock Honorable A. C. Rutherford, Premier of Alberta, Judge Beck, Chairman of the Educational Council, and others will give addresses tel, situate on the east half of lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 5, north side of Dufferiu Ave., Stavely; Malcolm W. McKenzie, for renewal of hotel license in respect of the Nan- ton Hotel, situate on lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 3, Railway Ave., Nanton; C. W. Kennu, for renewal of hotel license in respect of the Hotel Cayley, situate on lots 9 and 10, Block 2, Cay- ley Z. F. Jacques, for renewal of hotel license in respect of the Auditorium Hotel, situate on 9 and 10, Block 3, Nanton; Harry Bell, for renewal of hotel license in respect of the Queen's Ho- tel, situate oa lots 9, 10 and 11, Plan l47 N., Claresholm: Joseph Giroux, for renewal of wholesale license in respect of the premises situate on east half of lot 13, Block 4, Claresholm; DATED at Edmonton this 6th day of April, 1909. j A. Y. BLAIN, 101-1 Acting Deputy Attorney General. THE LIQUOR LI- CENSE ORDINANCE Applications for Renew- al of Liquor Licenses The following applications for li- censes will be considered at the an- nual meeting of the Board of License Commissioners, for License District No. 5, to be held at Macleod on Wed- nesday, the 12th day of May, 1909, at 3 o'clock, p.m.. Thomas Wilton, for renewal of ho- tel license in respect of the Macleod Hotel, situate on lot 27, on the south .side of 24th. St. West of Fifth Ave., Macleod r Messrs. Murison and Becher for re- newal of wholesale license in_ respect of the premises situate on lot 30, on the south side of 23rd St., west of Fifth Ave., Macleod; The Hudson's Bay Co., for renewal of wholesale license in. respect of the premises situate on part of lot 28, on the north side of 24th St., west of 5th Ave., Macieod; William- H. Atkins, for renewal of hotel .license in respect of the Ameri- can hotel situate on lots 33 and 34, on the south side of 24th St. west of Fifth Macleod; Grier, Swinerton and Jones, doing business as Swinerton and Jones, I a renewal of the license in respect j to the Empire Hotel, situate on lots 26 and north side of 15th St., west of 5th Ave., Macleod Thomas H. Steadman, for renewal of-hotel license in respect of the Queen's Hotel, situate on lots 26 and 27. north of 24th St., Macleod. John Daly, for renewal 01 hotel li- cense in respect of the Alberta Hotel, situate on lot 24, Block 2. Granum; King and Evans, for renewal of ho- tel license in respect of the Royal Public Health The Health Board has employed the Health Officer arrange for proper fumigation and disinfection o Hotel, situate on lots 1 and 2, Block public buildings, such as Theatres and Sunday Schools, and also to throper was complete, and after the doxology, a few minutes "were spent n social handshaking before adjourn- ing to the banquet room. The banquet was .held in Oliver's Hall which was prettily decorated and the. four tables wejpe -heavily aden with good things, tastefully pre- pared and arranged "by the kind sis- eirs of the Rebekah Lodge 2 The "toast list was long but the >peeches were interesting and varied. i. V. Bennett, P. G-.; of Lethbridge o. 2, -occupied the position of toast master and address of "welcome said that Southern Alberta ng into its own and he hoped the Oddfellows" would flourish also. He proposed the Toast of the King, and all joined heartily and sang the na- ional anthem. The Sovereign Grand Lodge was re- plied to by E. F. -Brown, P.G.M. of tfacleod, who referred to the progress of the order and a new idea to ad- mit young men at the age of eighteen. The Grand Lodge of Alberta was replied to by J. W. Mitchell, Grand Master of Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F., of Altar., who said since the grand lodge last, met "five- new lodges had been formed and there would be three more this month. Two new Rebekah Lodges been formed, the one at Colemnn having a hundred mem- bers. No city is receiving as much, benefit of the immigration sis is Leth- bridge. so he urged the local lodge to get their pick of the new citizens. As an illustration of the work done by the Rebekahs he said: "An Oddfellow of Calgary, had a sick with scarlet fever. A Rebekah, one of the most popular ladies in the city, went into the quarantined house and stay- ed to help the poor mother nurse the child back to health." Rev. W. G. W. Fortune Grand Chaplain, cautioned the lodges not to worship the god of. .-bigness. "If you want to make ultimate permanent growth be careful not to admit a, new member whom you would not admit into the home." The principles of the order teach true gentility. Our lips should be unsullied by profane language. No gentleman uses profane, language. In some rail way-stations in the south there is a sign, "No Profane Lan- guage." Such is needed on the C. P. R. Do not throw the mantle pf Oddfellowship to cover up a man. Get the man to be a man. Life does hot consist in being a millionaire; it. consists in sterling character and manhood. T. Hiuton, G. Conductor, from Pincher Creek, congratulated the Re- bekahs. Bro. Diugmon read a telegram of congratulations from Calgary and told the story of David and Goliath, as told by Billy Sunday, followed by a recitation. The toast to the Subordinate Lodg- es was replied to by Bro. Tarrant of Calgary, where they expect 500 mem- bers to attend their anniversary church service, Bro. Kale spoke for Sandstone No. 17 and on behalf of Mountain View No. 4, Bro. Ervine, of Taber, Bro. Stafford of Coleman, and Bro. Pipes of Lethbridge No. 2, and Bro. Cooper of Illinois Encamp- ment. The toast The Rebekah Lodges was given heartily. Mrs. Pipes said she was young in making this kind of toast. In -the essential work of caring for the sick this lodge is not be- hind. In uplifting humanity, a Re- bekah lodge stands second to.none. Mrs. Neidig in her maiden speech said if you ask a favour of a man give.a good square meal. Every mar- ried Oddfellow should urge his wife to join the Rebekahs, every bachelor should urge his sweetheart to join, and any man who had no sweet- Men of Good Taste will appreciate the elegance of our new Double Breasted Sack fT- Suits. The styles are absolutely correct rendered doubly attractive by the Fancy English Worsteds we REFORM have used. In and the new Guys. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Aeents for Lethbricke. heart should join the Rebekahs and an encore "The British Lion." secure one. (Applause.) Bro, Pettit. expressed greetings from The Visiting Delegates -was replied j to by Dr. Weeks of Cardston. In response to the toast to the Press, F.R.F. McKitrich of the Her- yoteg givcn to the visiting brethren of the Grand Lodge and to the fair Rebekahs. Invitations were extended to any VI bCH-.LULiO V_ A. vi t-.'v "-----_' aid, referred to the principles of Odd- j memjjers jn the city, who will always fellowship, which tended to build up a welcome in" the I. O. 0. F. character. As .Canadians we welcome jjau_ Tb.e I. 0. 0. F. meets every the English, Scotch and Irish and our Friday evening and the Rebekahs friends from across the border but Oa Tuesday. if we want Alberta to be at its best j joined heartily in singing Auld we want to build up the character of Lang gyne and irL tnree rousing cheers its citizens. Mr. Manwaring of the News said he felt odd in being among a lot of Oddfellows and not being one. But he was so impressed with the prin- ciples of Oddfellows and the beauty of the Rebekahs that he felt like sign- ing an application blank. (His wish was granted.) G.H.Johnston sang, "Let Us Speak of a "Man as We Find and as jor njce juicy calf. A LUCKY (Gleichen Call) J. M. Telford presented The Call with a very fine large roast of veal the other day, that made the nicest kind oi munching. Mr. Telford evi- dently knows an editor's weakness Do you know the difference between working and having the work done for you? Sunlight Sotp actually makes dirt drop you time and injures neither hands nor clothes. That Is just tlw difference between Sunlight Soap and ordinary soaps. Follow Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a. cake of their Plantol totfct Kwp, it jnow rotntkm paper. BOW ISL.HND ALBERTA i> Choice Business and Residential Lots This towrisite is .situated sixty-four miles east of the City of Lethbridge, on the Crow's Nest Pass Division of the C.P.R., and has the celebrated Old Glory gas well adjoin- ing the townsite. There is a good supply of coal and Water. No investment like earth itself. Buy now, as prices are advancing daily. Prices of Lots range from to according to location. Special Prices for Blocks. Terms are One-Third Cash, and the balance payable in Six and Twelve Months with interest at six per annum. For full particulars call or write to Ludtke Waddell Bow Island, Alu. ;