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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Iive Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It SATUHOAY, APHH, 10, 1IHU SECOND SECTION UvTiIBKUXJK, ALBKKTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE NINK v HAVE YOU MORE BOOKS? Hoped to Brmg. Army Up To 1 and PWge at Least Tho library committee i still In ot While tbaaliful result of j 4 last appeal, the response- has v large enough lo met I Nelson 'Will be i' those who feave Jwokfi jiv syare wilt phono him. Tlie shelves in the library are by no full. JJoots of reference is ill be greatly appro- VETERANS ME R. K. A. TO HOLD ANNUAL MEETING AND BANQUET Tho Retail JleKiianis' Asso- cititlou are holding their auuual meet log.on Tuesday evening at G.30 la the form u banquet st the Preparations for a pleajrfrig and itmlructivG twalng ibeuig made and It is hoped tfcal every member will attend. Hut Pass Confidence Resolutions In Officers Who Are Hand- ling Case Thursday afternoon was a big day 1n thf city public nclioots, when every I'hild hi the grades from Oracle 11- up received .thrift stamps, according toj llie schedule prinicil hi thu lie nit] a, lew days ago. Tim presentations in' tiio Ec-parate .schools were mado oti I ;wIH be in liie city; again'on Monthly, ivben tbo booths i At mceilne of tho local veterans ill the clu brooms on Thursday: avc- niug the procedure adopted in regard to Uic filltig of affidavits in accord- ance willi the order-iri' council of Feb of iljis year, fjriug the jtcr ol tho Mennonitcj' lo a head in Mlie courts, was explalricri to llie meet- Ing and received a hearty Al Adams Park on Good Friday, tuo IMI the streets Vill be put in place Athletic football club defeat and arrangements made by various eel the Xorlti Lethbridge Football chili women's organizations to lake y to j. Considering it was Ihe of them Tor Ihe week in order 1o everyone'an opportunity to purchase War Savings Sfnraps. Jt is hoped to bring'the number of holders of War Stamps over ihc five thousand mark in Lcthbridse week. Last close lo school children joined tbe thrift tinny. A six'cial coinmjllce in ranvjKs for ng game of the season tho play- ers put- ui> '4- very good game, with par- icularly good work by Walton, of-the ?000, ?2DO ami clubs aUo behig arranged: It is lioptil iliis viH secui-c for of ,.S, S. during the ihns ob tUc >Iediclne Hat. campaign starts Tuesday morn- faoaduuarters arc -Motor CD. offices ing. and in the nan 3rd Are. S. At Gjlbriith School The older pupils of Oaibratili school usueniMed it) the uuclilohtnn oif it hciug (Jic occa- sion of iQo. presentation ot tp thu, 'The, cxerclsen were opened by the siuglny of the National Anthem, after ivhich Dr. liivers spoke to the chll on the subject ot thrift, Dr. OalDraiHi, tiic generous donator tloti, io cseciuive'Va.s c-onsratulat- eJ on tliu action lakon, The letter of me Pilling Laud Com paiiy was itiscusseJ. Ja coiinettion wiUi the one of the veterans ex- pressed the opinion thai the last para graph, hi ihn letter was nil insult to Vorth l.tthbrWEe, and Weslley returned luou, and he thought A. B. HOKK Reports Results Of Trip to Edmonton to See Government f. Announcement of R. M. Will Continue' in Force For Five :.'offey of the Athlete.-; Tho comMn- ition play was greatly handicapped by the high wind The teams iiheH up as follows: Wee- ley, Coal, Collier; .backs, Wesllcy and Howen; halfliucks, Livie, Kipp, Holt; forwards. Arvlitbolil, John- ston, Coffay, Mclndoe. Sty.lnes. JVorlb .LeihbridKfi Goal, -Jaokson: liS, Lnfcie and Wallpu; halt backs.: liant, .Slutlcn, Ttadleyf. forwards, Alt Walton, Cirlsl, Tambor, Cha'p- ion'. (hat it time that some drastic i lion iviis taken, Longivorih stated that he wonlil not advise drastic wessures at Ihis time.........' The v.-Lole .Mennonite situation 'vvas further Tlic telegram from A. Unclianan. MJ1.. was read. -A j resolution of confidence in the offi- cers in the aclioii they hail taken ho question was also ndoptcd.s WILL NOT BUILD ADDITION THIS YEAR regard to a proposal of an addi- tion Id the Oddfellows' ImlWing, on nth St.. in the way .of accommodation for two stores it Ilic rear facing .Uh Avc.. it was decided at a meeting held last night to postpone the contempla- tion o.' lite same fcr tlie of tho thrift stamps, spoltc along patri- otic lines, love til Canada-being tho tcntral thought. !.Mvs. Itiicbie. honorary reseat of tliff Kir 'Aluxanilcr GaltXhapter, I. O, D. HJ. llinnked tho children for the .-work had done for tho and presented on "behalf of the iitli the historic picture Mfrcil fan Great of.'Londohj Uieiir ciassrqoina firfi.1 towards'the zatiou of llie SUkiitclvewan UnJ Settlenient Association TVCTC taken in Resina. .TVilii [be- appointment of a provisional eieciilivo. commiftee com- priiing i.-numBer O3 prominent land aan Haslaui ig chairman of tllo coiimiUte. Wednesday afternoon will be a half-holiday in, all stores in the.city for five months commenc- ing on the ffrtt Wednesday in May. siinouiicement was made this" Secretary Rose of the Retail Merchants' Associa- tion and wiU'rntit with general approval, especially sines tport has undergone a revival in, bridge, and ,the half-holiday will be for many people to en- gage in the various gamss. The ask their rorjs points to note the Wednesday; half-holiday through- out the so'that no -Inconvenience may result. Mr.j B. Hogg, wlto went up to on behalf of the school board to discuss the question of tbe Normal" school with the authorities, rcluruerl lo the city yesterday, Svas ftl and costs Mr brarlui for n Angeles, Tears, died m Los Two ;c-arfi carrying 30.000 dozen i have1 been shipped to Montrea 'from Hegina- This was a, most re martablershipnient, according to'pro -sod was'-the largcs 'shipment of its kind ever scat frbn Reeina'at ttiie tlme'.'pC the year. President Forbes of the Civic "Em- ployees' Federation declares that announcenient in Thursday's that a ivould lake place yz lured days if the demands of tiie men werq At Thursday's luncheon of the board j uo't rnet W33 not muthorizyd, of fr.ido there was present Peter McArtbur of tho Toronto Globe, ivlio' Is making a tour of tht': west for his paper m the way of in- formation. This was his first visit o the weat. In. referring to the west Mr. -ilcAr- hur liumorously remarked, islicn ailed upon to apeak, Urn ho was re- iiinded of tlie man who contempiatcd! iuying a house. lie looked'at it au'd bought it ivas too'bic. He looked at t again and came to (he conclusion Hat it was too That -was the we.it struck hini. Before leaving Toronto, said Mr. Mc- Irtliur, lie- ivas made of ttie "act ibat there was a board c! trade n Lcihbridge. He was (old to look up Mr. Marnoch. The same reminder -v.-as given him by high authorities in 01- Monday, Aprit 2SUi. will be i red letter day for the local Salvationists and -friends in the via it of CominlK- t sionc-r JlOTi-aTd. chief secretary; Briga- dier Joy and t'aplain Culshaw ot tlio army headquarters, bondon, EnjglaniL They-will be accompanied by Cbruinls- 'sioner Sowton, Brigadier n _ a ________ Edmonton; also officers he spoke ofirernie, B.-C.: Colemanr.Maclcotf: and Gathering information here, he. wast'Medicine Hat. ;TtiTs is t3ie ngain referred to Mr. JJarnocn, .Since ho left Toronto and1, journeyed Vancouver he could not get away from the impression of; the size of the west, With "the people of nUier countries fighting fora here, with its large fertjle areas and'iliUnit able resources, m'as.lhe of humanity's 'problem.' It. does- incredible f'iat there the older1 ccuntnes for ,tliis foothold with and th6 opportunities oT the tour artmnd the >'prld Cooimissioner Howard Is making, as he Is retirjiig troTn the iKMHtion ot chief secretary through old age. He bas been connect- ed wdli lire Armv for lortv vears The conduct a spiritual mettmf at S Pfn Furiber'annoniicemeiits Trill .be firen- later. 'All apd coodoct Special. awl there 5D nyMTung tnarch tbe band, comrade E. r When you, pur- chase War Sav-t ings Statnps it's an hot a gift. i 'Money Saved To- day will more purchasing power in five years. An Educational Drive on the War Savings Stamp Plan Will be field APRIL 22nd to APRIL 26th Inclusive Q. What is the War Savings Plan? .A. Jt plan by which you can lend small savings Jo! your Government at a rate of inter-, est exceeding per cent., compounded senii-annually. v Q. How'may this be done? A. By purchasing War-Savings Stamps and Thrift: Stamps. Q. What-is aWar-Savings Stamp5'A. Il is astamp for which the Government will pay" you on January-1, 1924. Q. What does it cost? A. I during 1919, depending upon the month in which purchased. Q. What is a Thrift Stamp? A, It is a stamp'.costing 25 cents, lo be applied in payment for War-Sayings Stamp. It does not earn interest. The purpose of its issue is lo enable people tp accumulate in small sums the amount necessary to pay for a Stamp, .-V. Q, Where cart I buy'them? A. At post offices, banks; and other authorized agencies. Q. Why should I buy them? A. Because War-Savings Stamps Will provide financial assistance to the Government, an lent 'investmenUfbr small and a strong incentn'e to every day economy. Q. Where does the Canadian Government pay the on January, I924; for each War-Savings Stamp attached to a War-Savings Certificate? A. At either Finance Department in Ottawa or at any post office after ten (10) days'notice. Q. .Where is payment made if the certificate is registered? A. 'At the post office where the certificate is registered. Q. rt is necessary before January I, .1924, to have money for my War-Savings Certificate, how can 1 get it, A. li rt is npt registerecij take it.to any money-order posl office and.it will be redeemed. If it to the post office where registered.. Q. notice must I give the1 Post Office? A. The Postmaster may pay on demand, but if it is not convenient joi hint lo he vnwy require you to give him ten days'notice. Q. What do I get in cash for Stamp attached (o my War-Savings Certificate, if I surrender it? A. Trie amount you accrued interest. Buy War Savings Stamps with Jhe interest from your vi Bonds Thrifty Children Make Good Citizens National War Savings uarters-Baalim Motor Co. Office ;