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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920 LKTJfBRlDGK DAFI.Y IffiRALD SfUKEWEI Will Take Steps to Beautify the Meeting on May 8 (Special Correspondence) GRASSY LAKB, April gular monthly meeting ot the U. F. W. A. was held In, Perry hall on Sat- urday, April 10th. Although the roads were very bid, quite a number of ladles from the sur- rounding district were preseut. A number ol Important subjects were, brought forward and discussed, amongst which was the .cleaning and beautifying of the cemetery. AE It It utterly impossible for people who DODD'S 'r KIDNEY hart friends, and relatives there to (roir any plants or flowera (on ac- count ot the deBtmctlTeoMs ot gophers) It was thought belt to try to set rid ol these first. All ladUs present volunteered to prepare train and ipend a day polsonluj tfc9 pests. OB' account ot ute apr'ng It was thought advisable to leive the ploughing of the pound .preparatory (or tree planting until laUr In season. A Terr rntertstlng and Instructive paper on vegetable gardening read by Mrs. Angus McKay, after which tha ladles were Invited to 'join the 0. P. A.'s In listening to Mr. Me Lallan, reeve of the municipality ot Eureka, give a short report ol the annual convention. Mr. McLelUn stated that this was the largest and most successful con- Tendon yet held and noted that one ot the predominating features was the great number of Intelligent men and won em present from the farms the provinces. Active: politicians were present and addressed the meeting. One ot the speakers urged all the farmers to de- Tote mcjra time to Ibe federal Hold than to the provincial. Our reave concluded lils ad- dress by cautioning the members of the U. F, A. and U. P. W. i. to hire thoir resolutions and Instructions pre- pared In order that the delegates could pressnf them Intelligently, to Iho'conr'entloa. The 'nueUag adjourned to meet again oji Saturday, May Sth at 2.30 p.m.; The officers of the 0. P. W. A. arc desirous that all the farmers' valves who hare not yet joined this organiza- tion will make an effort to be pres- ent on that date and add their names to the lolljOf members. A number of Important topics will be discussed that day. i. A" cordial Invitation Is ex- tended to all. BueWl Clib Gave a SueMMfd Vlilton 'in Town DR. J. W. BftlEN M.P. lor South who will 1C troduce a resolution In the Commottb asking that race track betting be pro- hibited. MEQANTlC NEARING END OF ROUND-THE-WORLD TRIP NEW YORK, April Whlti Stftr-Domiulon liner MeganUc, whlcl previous to the wnr vras 'on the Cans difth route, arrived here today oh tb last lap ot a trip around the, worlc The Meganlio left England two month ego-for Australia with repatriate' troops. She then turned castv.-ard an passed through the Panama canal o her trip to this port and Is now taklu a cargo for Liverpool. She will n turn to the Canadian route mbntl making her first trip from Montre: May 22. tt SALE FASHION-CRAFT" SPRING SlIITS AND OVERCOATS Tomorrow (Sat.) Only Being Heavily overstocked due to the backward season, we have decided to- sacrifice our profits, in ord- er to turn pur heavy cloth- ing stock into ready cash. Take advantage of this op- ;whiclv- >is 'yery; rare nowadays, and secure your spring suit or overcoat while the getting is good. Sale is only for one day. Note the Great Reductions MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Regular down to Regular down to Regular Regular down to Regular down-to Regular down to Bow Inland last Saturday and dUplay-l ed her mUlmerr at the Globe to here on Saturday ot thta week. Is egaln changing Mr, AU. Hobsou yesterday purchased property on 'Main street owned by Mr. T. W. Dyer. Mr. recently porter at Myrtle hotel left yesterday for Sask- atchewan. BLUE, GREY AND BROWN WORSTED SERGE SUITS Regular down to Regular down to Regular down to. HART SCHAFFNER MARX SUITS Regular down to MEN'S SPRING UTILITY OVER- COATS Slip-on, Belted suitable for sunshine, rain, motor- ing and for eVery day weV, LEAKY ALL ROUND NEVY YORK, April HupUnl. c. plumber is held on a of theft brought Jacob B. president ot a big tire com- jsny, ,f bo illoges that Hopkins, when called to fix a leak in the roof of residence, started to work too low iorrn. Thelss claims the plumber ot fixing the leaky roof, went Into his cellar and developed a large [n fate wine stock. The job declares, took Hopkins lour daye, 'On.each visit ho went to the he told the; police, "and then I found that thirteen bottles ot my best stock Theise eesre'ted In his cellar and they arrested, the plumber. After ad .illness ot a year, Dr. _ _ _ Milton Warren of Niagara-cm- Bergeron Is again, lu Bow the-LiKe'and Warren, Ontv died in his property here. TorontoiVnyhile a well known mem- profession. Dr. OTTAWA, April Canadian act respecting the Bur- rard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge Company was on the standing committee on railways in the comment this mora- bill. MM the stock was all piun bordenag on ttw tnd much was held by j bouth Vancouver. These t ties found themselves uuable to, their bridge or tunnel at H. A. Mackie, Edmonton. ob to Ions extentlons which allowed companies .'to'fool the public (From Our Own BOW ISLAND, April U. Mr.' SHretnumwa returned the Utter jart f the week from a business flip to Sabjary. v> Byatcs ot Sunnymeade a hort visit last week with her nts, Mr. and Mrs, Harlbnt, treet, Mr..and Sirs. P. la Winni- ng were Bow. Island day ast week. Mr. and He intends going tack to Idaho at an early date. Mr, Biin is the Gis. Supt. la now. Mrs. Artbw Mack and Httle sou re- turned to on Mr. W. returned from his trip Ihrouch the pro- Intend s to return to Ver- ion, B.C, In kbout'two weeks' time jo open np a business 3. formerly t of our public school staff nenta few tours in town last Saturday" On Mon- day she commenced dutlm as teacher op Central school staff of Medicine Hat.' Mrs. Fred Henderson returned on Saturday from a visit in Letbbridge. WM a guest of Mn. Gilbert, 8r. Mr. and Jas. .Ohjuiit ot SWK were Bow. visitors list week. vVarrqif was also a prominent figure la the', tafelwiing business. Ha declared, this charter had. extended from 1910 to 1928 and i action should be dads I a elated term. Hon. J. D. Hell, minister ot ways, did not object to chairman exuUlRed that this bridze or railway 'hick was an application of extension time. Mr. Crnwe, who of'said were simply to connect tie the shores. The bill curled. TT IB UoperaW-w every JL turlst form Bound eaaoobtioa with a proerenlva Baoklptf Institutlon- Thla is prodtiotlon by prorldlntf a broed eerrtua lor ambltlouB termers. Any of our'40O branchea can furnish rellails inJonnaHoa oa to mar- and ehlpp'-j faoilltlec. RMOVKM ucMd ft Jas. arrived 1n town jesUrJiy terns :CaJJ-. forijift, have a avlvodtd intend to sorii "ripiths hisre looking after their iritejtsts localIty; Sylvta Mnlelibn has m- figfA to of Good school anil !commeaoed duties on Mon- dayi. pncilSr, ,priBclpal ot rchool. bae returned-from his'holiday and'ls" apaln Rev.- V. Mr Ojlbert sripillfl'd absence. left yesterday mora- liig for Kiildnaioo, Michigan, where his fViWr ill in one city. 1 friends will regret to-learn not improy.' ing very- cine Hut' went to accoin- ptnled h'CT-j Wood spent a feV hours isrttwn yesterday a giiest ;pf B. C. Ludtke. Mr. has f nifeiTei' the ;app ointment of- jprie of the surveying "parties', of UiSjNiJrth Lethbrfdso Irrl- Anderson.i.vAs takon very, ill yes'iefday evening (and was taken to Medicine -Hat on the early train today. Her husband and. Dr. Pat- arson accompanied her, hos- Regular down to Regular down to Regular down to STITSONHATS Regular down to KNOXHATS Regular down to Regular down LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHlbN CRAFT CLOTHES OLIVER FIFTH STREET SOUTH l'Kn. J. Kurd, Hnrit and littie daughter vyent to Jlediclne Hat this, ait'ornoon.." Sirs. HurJbnt's.-friends will be pleas- ed'to leari that gaining strength. Those attending the concert in St, "Michael's night of last" weekjwere.'Vfell'please'd with :ho following program. 'Address of welcome. 'Miss Scollard. EHiza- beth 'Hart. Antoinette Horgan, Rose Grand, Pat Cullen, Alice Grand. Boy's Ar- thur Criind. Jemima's Money." Jemima, Mrs. J. -McCar- ten; Mary Miss 'Eilien Lcary; Kate Lpvojoy, Mrs, McKenna; The Cnllcn. Throw a Kiss to Pat Cullen. Greedy Veronica Hart. Pinno MeKichol. Vocal Mr. D, Drinkwaler. Duel McNIchol and Miss Maaon. "Fitiipatrlck. Bells of 3t. Mary's." While each one taking part in the program dirt well special 'mention should be made of Mrs. McKnnna in ha part taken as "Kate Lovsjoy." Jlov. Fitzpatrick vcns quite Interest- ng, spw.king on St: the history of Ireland. The 'Ladles' iA1d of the United Dburcli met last Thursday afternoon. Springtime brought up matters con. corning the parsonage. After the busi- ness was over lime was spent over the teacups, a dainty lunch being provided by Mrs. I. D. James and Mrs. F. McWllllams at Iho man'oe TUG Lutheran Milled Aid met at the Lutheran manse this afternoon April Htb, witli Mrs. (Her.) DanleUoa as hostess. i A dance was given In too r.O.O.r liall on Friday night last under Itn aunplcm of tbo baseball association Splendid music iras provided arid floor waa in excellent shape. A lunch was served about midnight aftt which dancing continued for some time. All report a'feood time. On Sunday morning at the Unite. Sunday school vfero awardd Ihose who attended the most regular ly and also those who 1 Darned th Golden Texls for ihe year. The Women's InstHulo will their regular meeting in Iho Ifes room on April i; A good .attendance is looked for ISvoryone welcome, McLanc, Mcdlcinp Hal, visile< If you like the you'll choose this style because it is the smartest member of the "belter" family. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY BERT KESTER'S MEN'S STORE ;