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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AIWK, nm PACK SKVUN 1HEDAIEPAWOF More fnlcreaf In Civic Affairs Jlye- Kin-lion Our Own Cftrrtiton, Apr 23.--AliBtfcrliiK a call Iho by a num- ber'of Hie cnloiprlViiK cUlzont nl Conlrtnii, nibro than Iwerily-Ih'n payors cUondet] nn orBuiilzaUon mcol Intf lioM tliU evening hi llio Masonic hall, On account of Uio dpmp wcalli no wore present, tut (ho goodly townspeople went lo work It At tho suggestion of E. N. Darker B, MOOT 0 KUMIA Xvr, Knot rill liviO iliu fJUimEiiluri lo If Itii HJIl fOLJltnl (Jlldtilarfi life Jl bUCMUO VllOV'll May tllll lift I'IC'iMor.l jlftl CQUJDlOlcMl .Ion of Cardiilon nnd PUtrld Honor Memory Gallant Sol dlcr In Action ImpoHant Mallera to Fpriii Or- KLinlzailun Our Own C'orrftipondenl) Creek, Apr. A very Jrn portent und lively mcctlntr AtkhiB called lho meeting to order, BltUliifl Hint was Lho form Ins of n ralopayora' association for tho purpose of education and en 11 gill CM i men I along civic lines and llio study of iiiii'filclpnl law and practice. A temporary clmlnnau wan Immedi- In lho poreon of Mr, Ilar- Jfor, KJtli Krecl ot tho "Ololio" secretary pro I cm. At the onlsal Iho chair explained (liatff-fl proper conclusion vraa readi- ed on civic affaire, tl would envomuch rnleundorBlftiidlnp anil bo conducive to lialtar reeling, anl ho furllicr urg- ed that a .permanent organization -By unanimous consent, lho follflfring offlcera yi'ero elected: denl, Mark'Spqnccr, (ex-mayor of F, W, Af- hlns; EGc.-trcBd., Win. Goading; exe- cutive committee, J. I boy and J. IlQlracq. Bponcor, sHhouuli IDE at a listener, meed lo do his best to aerve (bs common Jnloresls of I ho, asked the pleasure of the meeting. Among the questions dtscuasert wero the riualltlcnUons, of a voter In muni- cipal nnd school elections, (owns, and first and second-clasB clllea, and oili- the municipal ordinance being.fre- quently Deferred lo by. Mr. Bnrhcr. A zaamberfthlp fee oE }1 was decided up- on; and Iho. following algiildetl will- to Messrs. Spencer, Card, Ibcy, V-.Chrla- Holmes, Onodlng. n. C, Beck, S. Newton, Cure, T. Weston, H. Mayor Plleher.i Calder, S. .C-.'Scott; Inger, Warren, l.ylo Holl- and, Albino. Burton and J.'Utlnli. TL urged the latest revised sta- tutes of AlbcHa b'a procured, a library be formed, tbnl n member of the nsao- clnllbn the town nil inking notes-of eanie, that IhB "womon voters be urged lo at- 1 toDil.nhd An equal bflsla wltli the lli'at the uBaoclatlon hold meetings in tho town council .cham- bers, with the consent ot Ihc-'cour.cll, llic mayor having expressed his will- Jn'ffnefls ab-to rlo, The licit raeoUng appointed for j third Friday of ol tho Roulli Alberta was holil (nut Saturday afternoon, During Iho builnoee eostlon a num- ber ot their woro M. llrowu of the Canadian clovALor, govo-p. very Interesting orl- drcfls oti proJipccts tar next year, and ulblcd lho government Intended to co-op era to >vllh tho farincra In mak- ing llio tlmolhy eced Industry [n AT licrln n' vnry Important branch nl farming, Sweet and Mr. Fryer of the Seed and Weed U ranch were present ami the meeting. Mr, proprietor of llio Plnchcr Creek Creamery, out- lined n echcnio for thp linulhiK of tho tVrtm Our Cwrt-to Tarditon, Apr, strvkc liojior ul the late Mciit, A' iirjt.r Dower Hunrlay In tht. the league alms extensively on Banking'Bj-Bteina'. 'An tfioy Canada, AB they and -HOW are In Kansas, .ihoirltig .Trllhout'a doubt thai in a-ncwly-eeiUeil'country lho very first CEsentlal la that bl credit to :he deserring1, Jisru-worklng small laud oirner or laborer. -Mr. ei-, trie advantages ot baring' local banks which could beat success- fully handle the small needs of a com- munity.'Ho also pointed "put tho bene- EllB to be gained b; government con- trolled and public ownerslijii of rail- ways, grain etc., nil p( whjch aro of such'YitblJbteresL lo tha BREAD RATIONS IN ENGLAND NOW.- Tv ihortlj- be .placed-on bread rations.; It Is It Is generally con- ceded "bread TtTqblcm.Ia the fooil alluallon for it JB, upon Abroad, thftt the working classes .doporid.. f Baron tho food con- .troirar. hu.Velectcrt Empire DA3V.May lho Limp.for a nation-wide re- newal of .the appeal to tho people wastefulness In Ihe usa ul food-'- ;.V. Graves'of British soldiers" Vhb'fell on April 10, lllb skirmish of, lho war, ware de- corated by school children at Con. cord, Maae. D'Arcy, the Australian pugilist, lias enlisted in -tho -reaerve avjattoc corps of the .United States army. had i____....... AM rcprcecntatlvcH of the AngHca tliurch JOR. fiarner gavo a most' aW ful and touching rendition of Chopin Funeral March, and E, N, Barker fo lowcJ In a sympatbcllc Address Ilia reached every hcarl. All had gathers aL (.ho call of tho great lovcllc to do honor to DUO of Br tain's Blurdy, fearless Rons Tlio speaker desired to repregen not only his church but the Mason order of which the departed had beb a. moat worthy member. Indeed lia IB lived the highest, scat of honor iva awaiting him In HIB local lodge, I 3 character aa a fir.it clans acidic a man true lo his convlcllon fUcndlasL lo hla friends, thorough all his work. Mis speaker gave a U Ing tribute and voiced Ihe opinion tb !iad he been given a choice, Ale Dower would have preferred, lo pa out of tills life while aL the post duly. As representing Ihe neighbors an frlendB of (he deceased In llic vlclnl of his home. Dr. J. M. Tanner eald deemed an honor lo speak for I WoolfortI people. Few men were mo deeply patriotic than Alci. 1 had been through the South Afrlc war with honor and knew wbal vr meant, but he was undaunted a Quick lo respond to the call ol h king and country. When In convert (Ion with Lhe cleceaacd before his lea lug for Ihe from, thft speaker' h asked of his nallvlly and had sa "You are a Ilia reply laconic, "To the core." While we had met 16 do honor'lo'hls memory, he had rallior honored us by the supreme eac-, rlflcc lie hid made." Human liberty had .only been galu- nd by the law o[ sacrifice. It was God's law; step, clTll'atid re- llglousrllberlj-had been gained by. Ihe that of, our -brother, Crlcu'd and'Betgbborr-bf precloue Hves.' Never since history's'.page was.hegun had there'1 been' such' a struggle for democracy for human lib- erty, for cfrflizaUoTi, as was drench Ing Eurono's plains with .blood, and is Christ gave Himself as the" great lacrltlce for. nil BO-the sol- diers, of the allies were redeeming with Ihelr life's blood "the brother- hood of the human family." enemies of mankind victorious In struggle we would.be slaves, as tba poor Uelelans hnd become whd'.vete still In the grasp of tho Prussian pow- er. The BpeaVer made a moat kindly reference to tlie wife and mother atd fire children left fatherless, 'and In doing so paid a splendid tribute to the sacrificing mothers who placed their own Hves upon the altar lo bring noble children Into the world. All-were reminded to respect, ;honor and help those left behind to do life's difficulties. W. Pickup and A. sang very pleasingly the duet, TO a w "faint !AVV, QVER-BUDqcrOf'TlON OF LQMt _ Apr- Xf-IKivy orcr- lurjpllon to thu llfil of (i nuv KuvcrnrAcnl I Bulled In having lho Initial it In llxrcp cont. treasury jnuturinK Juno 20, Increar, lo Thq ftottro (tiui fluatLihl lnitllullor.6 LJirouKh th' dcraT Tfnici'vo LanVii already hai fin .The dttcrrninatCon lo create tho Jlrtl lir.ue wait announ lialomont by BocreUry raii-j of Arncrki Hot wap In V iJJruUIOM (fjIrilJilir Jn Ihe Corrarizlx'.a Jijd It wonl'l lifcvc cicrupl tintlon bf Ikio K'JYt tiail It tfl H Oils inay Warit to chaiige automobile, or your piano, or will never want chanige the COFFEE, when ontfe you taste the: delectable flavour pf Ghase Sanborn's BRAND'' 1 ind 2 pound lira, pound for Percolilors. 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