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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AnUL 24, 191(5 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CO. The Ladicis' Store Phone 453 Acadia Blk. Cojiipleto new stocks lor your cvery-day ikmuIs. bought ;�s Inr as |)(�ssil)l� belore advances were put on and twenty to thirty percent. ;-ceptlon, that he received their payments totalling $700 to "freat the boys" and bo forth, from the licensed vicUiallerB In the montli In ciuestion. Before the Sutherland commisHiou ho gave the amcunt as two or three hundred dollars, or he said it might have been as much as $700. Outside of this his evidence varied very little from that previously given. On several occasions .Mr. .lustico Rlwood told Iho witness he did not iDellevo his evidence. The many frieiuls ot the family, both in this province and in B. C, will be shocked to hear ot the death this morning at tl.:',0 of .Tames McDonald, eighteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Duncan Mcnonald. The young man succumbed to an attack of typhoid. Mr. A. Duncan McDonald is suporiiiteiident ot raino rescue stations for Alberta, an has been a resident of Lethbridge for three years, living with his family at 1,118 3rd Avenue X. The family came originally from Ayrshire, Scotland, and luid lived at Canmore and in the Crow's !s'est Pass before coming here. Ijccensed liad been emiiloyed with the C. I'. R. department of natural resmirces at No. G mine hero until he was taken 111. The funeral will bo held on \S'edneRday afternoon at 2.30 from the residence to St. Andrew's church. Mrs. W. S. Gray of Maclood was a week-end visitor In the city. -' * # * Miss Agnew is in Calgary spending i Beasoii and is certain to attract not lonly lovers of dancing but those who jknow of the good work thai the Mls-(sion is doing and how much it needs i the siipport of the public. The tea given by the .lunior Auxiliary of St. Augustin's church on Saturday afternoon' In the parish hall was ii great sVicceas, and rellects igre"t credit upon the young girls of this organizAtlou. The candy boolli .was,'in: Charge ot Maisie Bowman, Lllijiiv' Proctor:''and Helen Bawdcn, and 'the tea tables were looked after �t3s Agnew 13 in Calgary Bpendlng - by fTllda Church, Nora Madleod, Mar-a tew days with Mrs. J. K. Lethbrldse. j jorle Slierlock-ajid Violet Ciant, asslst-* * * 'ed. by Klhel'.fackson, Dorothy Ken- CAMROSE MAN IS SENTENCED IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, April 22.-George Wilson who decamped from Cnmrose, Alia., with $1,250 worth of Canadian Northern railway money orders, and passed them in several western cities, was sentenced hero lo one ypar in jail. Seven of his victims, from Winnipeg, or counsel representing thorn,' besieged the jailers', fjuarlers for Interviews with Wilson. ,\lr. Donald Duff and Mr. lUxlph Slye are siiending a few days in Calgary. nedy, Myrtle Proctor, Jean Brymner, Eileen. Waddington, Gwendoline Bowman and Gwendoline M.urrell-Wrighl. .Tea v.'Hs'poured by .Mrs. Carberry, the Ml'?. X. Dowsott and .Miss Agnealnew sviperintendeiil of' the auxiliary. Dowsetl spent the Kaster week-end-.Tho' tea tables were decorated wltii in Calgary. 'J'hero will be no sewing tor tile 1. O. D. E. at the home of Mrs. Robinson this week. "Yes-They're Cleaner, Fresher- "when washed with Sunlight Soap. I find it cleans the clothes more thoroughly and with less work than ordinary soaps. It doesn't hurt the clothes and I must say my hands never feel the worse for it either. I really do not find it hard to look after the. wash myself, because Sunlight Soap does so much of the work for me." Madam-there's nothing but truth in this Indy's remarks. Sunlight Soap is made so well and so honestly that our guarantee of $5,000 that it contains no impurity has never been challenged. Sc. All grocers sell Sunlight Sonp. Sg. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. 10 Mr. and .Mrs. .los. B. Good of Dida-bury. Alia., are visiting their sons, Messrs. N. H. and S. B. Good. spending the Easter holidays in Ottl-gary. snap dragons. The � following list contains the .names 'of Iht! pupils ot Galbraith 'school who knitted socks for the I. O. r>. K: KIsie Talbot. ,1 pairs; .Jessie llursL; 3- pairs; Ethel Hurst, 2 pairs; fean Logan. 2 pairs; Annie Water-house. 2 pairs; Nettie Campbell. 2 pairs; Inez Wilson, 2 pairs; l-lazol Miss Boles and Miss Fleet'vare | Kied, 2 pairs: Francis Vair, 1 pair; Olga Berent, 1 pair; Alic& Radley, 1 pair; Janet Twaddle, 1 pair; Rebecca Rllej', 1 pair; .Aiaud Moore, 1 pair; Mr. and Airs. P. V. Lewis hinevVe-jLaUra Grisedale, 2 pairs; ,\lberta turned from their lioneymoou spenlj ChamoUi. 1 pair^ Madge Peacock, 1 in Calgary and northern poltits. *� *  ' � .Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Seatle of Edmonton spent the week-end with JiJr. and .Mrs. H. Donnan. � �  Mrs. A. Broom arrived here yesterday from Columbus, Ohio, and is vlBit-Ing her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Greeii. * * * Mr. Uock of the Molson's Bank was a visitor in Calgary for the lias'ter week-end. lialr; Isa .Main, 1 pair; Marjorie Sniith, 1 pair; Lena Radley, 1 pair; Hilda, Harrison, 1 pair; Flora Cain. 1 pa.ir; Rosy Ponech, l pair; Marjorie Gurr, 1, .j>air; Bessie Worthington, 1 . aiv; .Bessie Worthington, X pair; ijizy.ieClelland.l pair; Mr.s. Harrison 1 iiair; .Mr.s. Ritchie, 1 pair; Jessie Hcdenstrom, 2 pairs. HEAVY SNOWFALL AT NORTH PORTAL North pprlal. S.asU., April 20.-Snow coivimt'iif'cd falling at noon yesterday The G. I. A. to the B. of L. E. iJin ! and, continued until six o'clock tonight, hold their regular meeting tonight'at : Over sixteen inches has fallen, much 8 o'clock in the Oddfellows hall. ;aii | "f which litis melted. Flood oonditlon.s al Roche Percee, 11 miles west ot here, are much worse, the whole valley being flooded. members are asked lo bo present. mm .Mrs. F. .M. Riches is in I'Jdmonton spending the Easter vacallon with her husband who is attached to the 103rd battalion. ;  *  Mr, and Mrs. Jas. S, Green returned from tho coast on Friday and Inive taken a house on luih Street. TJiey expect to he In the city until the end of tho war. � ^  �  Capt. I-Jarry Preston and MisiS Etlliel Preston of Calgary wore guests;"of their sister, Mrs. Roy Davidson oi'or ICastor. Miss Preston is remaining here for the week, while Capt. Pi;i>s- ton has returned to duty at Calgary.  * .* The Indies of St. Patrick's chui^ih held a very successful sale of fancy work and home cooking on Saturjjay aflci'noon at the Convent. The llr(an-clal roB.ult was very gratifying to the ladles and rewarded them for th'iBlr work during Lent. Ten was ser'ired all afternoon at small tables. ,' Mrs. C. H. Wakelyn, one of theUif-llcors of the Daughters and Maldsy^ot Knglaiul, has received a card form Gunner C. G. Davidson, of the :^()th Batlory, "somewhere in Belgium" thanking tho order for a very timely and acceptable gift of tobacco ailul cigaretlos forwarded several woejts ago. ... Everyone Is looking forward to tlio dnnco that is being given tonlgbtl'Jlu the K. P. .ball in aid of the Nursiiici, .Mission. Tho mnnic is being lurnlfeh-od by (lie American Federation j'ijof Nlufjiolans and pramioea to bec.flXcoi-i lent.- Tlila will he4ho llrst dance for ' some weeks beciuise of the Lentou APRIL 28tli FRIDAY NEXT will be Arbor Day in our fair City of Lethbridge: : : : : have been secured from a local tree grower by THE HUDSON'S BAY CO,, and v/ill be THE C!()TTON\V()OD TKEE is one of the best varieties Ih.'il ciui 1)0 u'rowM ill Houlhoru Alberts. They arc sturdy jiml lull of roliat2;o, which iriakcs them an ideal shade tree. Kvcvy ,o;iird(Mi should have a few of these I roes td lieautify and pleasantly shade them from th.:-rays of the exircmelv- l>i'i