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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. AH1UL 22, 1'Jl'J THE LKTlWHlOiiK UAhA llr.rtAl.r) PAGK NINE I MILADI WESmCELLENl Krom Scattered Points: In Prairie-Provinces Indi- cate as Much -I- PERSONAL N o e congratulated on the success of the evening, and fortunate enough to iH! prticut vtHl look forward with pleasure to any further social'affairs he order may hold. CHURCHES AND 4- WINX1PKG. Aiiril -Keports from scattered pointa In Manitoba. and 'tis, ft here seeding Miss V. iM. Gibbcs.'of the Victorian Order of Nursox, 1, will bcf In the city Friday, April 25lh, and irill ad- dress the hoepltal uurses. Uic hu sUrUd, Indicate that for' a crop Ibis year are excellent.1 A few dlttritts rep.-ri a shortage ol, labor Reports follow: Manitoba ijoruereet: The warm and high j winds of the past -ic'v.- days have (Irlttl lip the moisture In the fields! here that some were plowing j in last Friday. Plowing j and .harrowine nill bo general this weeK. j Mamlota: Today is the first day on i thd land ana needing U just starting. Is scarce and men are need-' in Kuox church. your ticket? Have you bought Expectation at ist Caucus Called For Thursday laTten residence, at 1210 5th Are. r: Mrs, l.rving Tourtellot has--as her Kaster feuest sitpenlfior therapalhy of liie S. C. U. in connection with Ihe Hoss I'arh Mili'.ary Hospital, "Moose Jaw, Sask. r A report' is lo hand lhat Madame Ernestine Schumann-Heink has signi-1 ficd her intention' to adopt au Ainerl- can soldier, who has been severely Crippled by tho wur, in "memory of EMC son recently in the German army. v SOCIAL EVENTS OTTAWA, April caucus after th't Easter rcceu has-been called for Thurs- day it which the parMamentiry situation will be consid- ered. which will come up for consideration probably will include action in re- gard to prohibition and race (track questions which .ald that tho couple had quarreled frequently dur- ing the past She defiled hav- ing fired the shots that killed him. Mrs, Fisher is 20 years old. Her ius- hand was 2-t. j c CAOSE BREAKS OUT, Last Saturday evening'-Madge and Blanche Bnskcrvnic a few their girl friends in honor of -Enid Hamilton. !Mifl5 fluth In- inan ami Miss Nan Derioon, wlio wore lioracr-for; the holidays- 'front- Calgart''Normal Ecbooi. The Bankers' Association arc hold- a dance on Friday, May :t. in liic i. P. hall. THe patronesses arc: One Watchman Suffocated and Trains of Tunnel Damaged Federal decrees proceedings the5 Railroads of Sab FnbclBco lo prevent the city from cODfttructinx and, opera t- a mtmlcipmlb'fp'niei srreet car system OT streeta'irliere lie company already had were upheld today by the supreme 'court. I'auKlU fire and the machine burned so quickly that it.-was impossible to read] Ihe imprisoned crew. 'A lieu- tenant nnd sergeant, irianaged to, ex- tricate themselves, but were severely ImrheU. .AXDOVER. England. April Five members of the crew of a big Hindley- Paige airplane were burned to death early today when the machine crash- ed to earth as the result of an acci- dent at the airdrome at Xeyhlil, near icre. The two others in the macbine were injured severely. All of the occupants of the machine were army-officers, including a major, a captain and two The machine failed to start off well and struck a telegraph pole. The under carriage broke -off end the machine fell on Ihe roof of a hut used for sleeping .purposes. Tlie4 gasoline tank COMMANDS RESERVE DIVISION I LONDON', April As- socialed G. G. Smith. obring you relief. Ask aho about D. p. D. For sale by J. D. Higlnbolbau and Limileri, Pa fold the grocer- "Send up six boxes of POST TOASTIES in the morning. I dorit want any riot mrnyhouser m ihe ricrtr yyffoffy. T J 1 1 do jlove flakes" HEVBLSTOKB, B. C., April trains cast and west are tied up fol- lowing an outbreak of fire In the Con- naught tunnel east The flro brofce out yesterday among the wood- J en casings supporting tho cement lin- ing which Is being put in Ibe tunnel by thfj contractors. How the fire origin- ated is unknown. It understood that much of the cemenl linitg will havo to be renewed owing to the dan- age already done by the but which is now extinguished. One fatality oc- curred when i watchman in tie ttrantl, P. Augustson. was suffocated by smoke about two milts In Ihe tiinnel. De' ceased was an old times ID thli dis- trict and leases A wife and fanlily re- siding in the United A passenger train will be niade up hero today for the c-oatt. Cauact Train Mix-up CAIXJARY, April to tome trouble in Ihe Connaught tunnel, the rause of which Is at the time of writing unknown to the local official; of Iho Canadian Pacific Railway la Calgary, Nu. J .train, which shoBht have passed through here last night, and also No. 4, that was due thla af- lernoon, arc not espected to reach the city mill 10 o'clock (outfit. In view of the delay to latter tralo, Ihe Is running a local No. 4 from Cnlgsry east on schedule tjme.. BACK-ACHE! SrVBB r. at Wck Don't waste your time and, money in trying to find some- thing "just as good" as BLUE RIBBON TEA Never Let YOUR Home Grow Shabby! SHABBINESS is the first indication of fact it precipitates de- cline. Nothing-will-so readily pre- serve and keep the home beautiful as a new, fresh coat of paint after the on- slaughts of the winter's snow and cold. Everything puts; on its new clean 'dress in the .springtime. Do likewise with your home. The cost is than the depreciation in value, wear and appear- ance of the unpainted home. Wnte or phone for an cstknator. Wellington Bros. 1 tfCfffif WINNTPKO, April sCTentk Vanuonvor battalion nrflvcd in >Vlnnl-., pcj m 9 o'rlork this niornioi. It Is to coannand of L. P. Fonklt Owfq-Tudor, who went In the as a The Mil In Winnipeg for ontr half an hour, hut during time wmvold acnutlnlincts werp rencircil. Become t Nurse OUR IAHN TO A WUK If you sftft jetrt In hotplttl or put boa- age llmlV MX ume util on tor .book ejpl.lolng tin o. S. 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