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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APH1L, 25, 1919 Tim .DAILY HKRAIJ) RU RAN LIFTED ATBOWISUND DMthi Pro ISLAND, ol fc, TM- ABTII tt, -rruim ot -rill wa. .ata Motto data not for in at Mr. A tint wa. with lie tatkulaa, Mr- dlraeoan, aiMn R. U tad AOaa. BOOB w. (o Th. BM WM tttW om day. to Ml Sunday aad alao in ton ha. owl ot oxter Ml inowatoTB, tat th. BOW. A wa. Cote budding.- on lut Fun.r.1 Lortaa (muni tor kak, Mn. Loucka, wbow took on Wednesday ot last wwt, at the family on Snnoay at 1 p.m. Tk. V. H. tilHwrt had charge of while Mrs. H. two ado., iiOilT ab suitable, "Safe In'tie of Jong" and "Beautiful of eoax- Then were many frtendi tn attendance at the funeral to last tribute of to deput- ed. There were also many TiOrai tri- butes sent ty friends. The piMtear- ers were Measrs. John Hodftni Reid, C. H. Bell and A. D. After tlje service at the hoax funeral on u> Uw't Mrs. HnrtburTa on ti. nlatt of Good' Mrs. W. away. Sn. eootracted th. 'flu and In h.r delicate state of health conM not combat it. She leaves to noun loss a husband and' tan children, of which just about two and a hilt old, and alao a wtd wtll.and (avoratly known here, as she, irirti hasbuid and two sons, came to Bow Island In 1909. One daughter was born while living here. Last year they moved to Retlaw. Mrs. Sutton was so 111 that she was moved to Taber hospital for an operation, but all In vain. "call" and she had to go. The funeral was held on' Sunday. Some of her friends from this district attended. A husband, two sons, Carlysle and Donald; a daughter, Kathleen, monrr. the loss of a devoted H'lle and mother, A. mother and several slaters and a host of friends are saddened by this unexpected dealh uf'one they loved well. On Saturday word came that Mr. James tCarson, former manacer of Hank of Montreal here, tat re- cently removed to .Killarn, Atberta, liad'contracted 'flu and Quite NINE The Canadian West In "Movie >7 Instate'Saiu. At f Mtnt ta Tartm Watw son. Hn I. Tkw skxnr tni. ecaatry in a what maay had ta It to The filaas, wklcii 'naT. of til adlin Railway, of Colontantlon and Denlopnot, wltt farnrng, Industry, and th. lighter aid. I X I farnwr-s lift, In Western CM- ala. ffls dealing with Irrigation Canning show tbe land pre- pared for Irrigation, the application growing crop, o! grata and alfalfa, harTMttag, and livestock on tk. IrrUated It also nbows the Ihclidlaa; tie great Bungo Daitn. largest of its kind In the world. The Idea me of these Btraetures from the plctiira is that they were built to last, and that those who provided money had great confidence In country and the undertaking. The dairy film shows ike rapid progress Ihli Industry hin Ib Alt'Srta during the last tiw yiari, some of the reasons for tkM progress. la life; milking the cows 02 farm, th. cream to th. cream- ery, trading tan creim, making th. butter, packing It, and shipping It to the markets in Evop. or on Pacifla The government grad- ing station where the butter is tert- ed aad given the Eradei under whica It Is "sol.! Ehor." that Ihls new coun- try li W taking second place to any other ln_ the methods employed, in promoting' Its dairy industry, la and delivery milk to the city Is also But' that It Is not all work erer there and- that, the farmer aad hi. family have many diversions II la a picture dealing wltfc what may called the lighter side of on the tarm ID Western Can- ada A farmer and his family arc pictured In their comfortable home, the children have been to school, the mother haa' finished her household tasks, las fed the chickens and milk- ed the father .has returned from Held. are planning to no to the summer fair at Calgary. decide to go. They are shown it the 'r mjnsllng wits the themselTM on tae. roundabouts, In the ihows, and watching automobile races and otker .solendid hordes, cattle, sheep..and OT rtew at exhibition pictured.' Alto- gether the party 'spends a Tery en- joyable day. ID the seaeon, they go fof They hare not far to ga They find In the same province holt- day resorts that afford an excellent change. to one of places on the snores of a larce land .lake. Here they enjoy selves bathing; boating, ana basklnp In the sunshine on tbe ftandfl. Afterwards they TffH Banff rn the heart of the Hockr ,Monnta1na, and1 In connection with their visit, tome magnificent monritaln scenery Is thrown on the screen. IMdaiilly the life of the farmer In "Westerm is not aad no play. Ust nlghf, tbia 12nd, Mr. Carson Mln Grace and a little daughter are left to mourn hli away from them. Mr. Connor, n farmer joath of tOTir., Is viery low'witk. the 'fin. Motjaren npent the' holidays at her hone in Hat returning on Monday. Miss Fleming knd Jiisi Karanagfa vi.lled at tb, fcoo, of MU. nmlng Gold .Soap Gold Soap makes laundry work be- it is the best Umniy you can buy. Gold Soap it economical to UK because it is better and because tliere is more of it. Each cake of Ootd Soap contains a fifth more soap than the next largest cake at the same price. You wiU notice the MK when you buy it -Yon win notice the quality when you try it. during the Easter vacation. Miss Dean, of the Cood Cheer dis- trict, spent Bastertlde In Lellibridge. -Miss Shillingford, a former teacher south of here, but now of Saskatche- wan, spent her holidays wlti Jliss Taylor, south of town. iMr. went to Medicine Hat on Friday, where he will some time under treatment from Dr. Smythe. We are pleated to report that Mrs. Hurlburt and Misa Hnrtburt are able to te out again tfter an attack -of i'flu. Mr. and Mrs. Werta anrl sons mo- tored lo the 'THat" on Friday afler- jnoon. I Nurses Beilchambers and Johnston, i who from Calgary lo help'caro I for 'flu returned on Sunday I Nurse Slater was a Hat visitor on Mr.'CulIens in on SaMsy, and Mr. (XNeil spent Bunday fa the "Hat." Mr. K. Hartford motored to Medl- ctne on Saturday afternoon. Tke Rer.' Mr. ,Brne, of .Viking, for merly. Ijotheran mlaliter ar- Ip (owe on Intends a tew days jft. Uie locality. Mr. am) Xrs. Din Peilerson and Mr. and iMrs. Norden, til Pleasant View1, and Mr. and Mrs. bosel.'of nlfred, hi town yesterday, tho lilnd, attandlng funeral of the late Mrs. Olkls. I Jtr. and Mn. P. Mnrsh were I visitors in town on Ihe 22nd. i The many frlemls of Mr. Vocjell, formerly of the Union llsnk staff here. hut who bat been him to Bow Island again. 1 Mn. B.'U Wooldrldge, ol North kota, Mr. B. who came lit response wire re I.Ouoks' death, rtartcd tor hfr PARIS, April announce- ment was maflp today of the nomin- ation by President Poinears of JIoi signor nuch, bishop of Nancy, lo be Bishop of Strasuburg, and Mons'lgnor Peltier, vicar-seneral of Nancy, to be bishop of-Molz, succeeding two Ge man bishops. The nominations were mad. on roconmendatlon from Prem ier Cleroenceau. This is.the first lima since the separation of ths church and Stats In France (hat church men have been appointed by the government. Mr. and Mrt, Taylor's tlanghter, Mrs. WanilB, slatted fof her home on the 2ird, Dr, Wanis Is M way home from C THKOUOH PANAMA CANAt HALIFAX. N. H.. April The new steamer Chllk'al arrived yesuvr-: (by from Vanooiiysr will] a curio for London. The f.tcamor la spoken of hy shlpplni! nicn here as An unus'iinily well built and staunch craft. Shb left Vancouver on Jan, 7 and" 'came lo Ifallfaj by of tho Panama Canal STETSON HATS .Only tic matsrlali ob- tainable ire uied In the manu- facture of Stetson Huts, Our line of Stelaon Hits have a dis- tinct air of Individuality. We create our own styles, vMch ire manufactured exclusively for ILL Prices to LOUIS-KEEL Home of tehaffrwr 1 Clothe. Cmn Clothei tml befcnepoud may that scientists danauiat proof that they are-what thcu are rty- resented tobe. Our chemists find a quantities of it inside. MAGIC BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum Pure "Wholesome Economical [NM1S OFFICIALS Charles B. Seger MetJs Staff Big Conference ia Montreal MONTREAL, April five coroprisiny the direc- tors, ofSters and Montreal slaff of the.Dominion Rubber System and the managers of 'Ue company's sales div- isions and factory units throughout Cantda, were tendered a reception and dinner at the Engineers' club, Montreal, Wednesday, April 23rd-by Charles B. Sejser, president of the United Statei Consolidated Rubber Co., Ltd. _ The occasion afforded an opportunity for. the executive officers, who were received most cordially to meet Mr. Sejer, the new president, who was for many years president of The Union PacWc Railway system. He resigned on January 1st to enter upon his duties BE "resident of Rubber Co. Although a director of many Im- portant coroboralions, including the United; States Mortgage and Trust Co., The Western Union Telegraph Co., The York Central Lines and The, Illiiols Central Ry., he Is devoting; noarly all his time to the rubber i laieriBsts, with which he W. A. Eden, who becomes Tlce- president of the company; haa bees associated with the Canadian Con- solidated Rubier Co., Ltd., since 1M7. His trainlni and eiperi.nee with the company well qualified htm for his new duties as vice-president, in which position his services will prove invaluable to President Seger. Director R. B. Jamiesoa, elected president of tha various Dominion Rubber System sales organisations throughout Canada will direct the selling and distribution of the comp- any's products Sir B. Davis, president of the Imperial Tobacco Co. ot Can- ada and J. B. Wadflell, new directors are well known In the financial and Industrial circles of Montreal and bring to the, board a wide etperience. Mr. Seger and others paid to T. H. of The Dominion Rubber System tor the pait two years, who retires from the com- pany and carries with him the es- teem, confidence and best wlihes of all with whom he came in con- tact, during his twenty years as- sociation with the rnbber Industry ot Canada. A beautiful loving cup, as a mark of esteem and .good will, was prMented to Mr. Reider. by hit as- sociates In The Dominion Rubber System, Vice-president V. B. Mit- chell, K.C., making the presentation. During the evening it was an- nounced that plans and policies were being initiated for widely eztendlni The opera- tions and the prospects for 1919 In- dicated new records tor -relumes of business. Among those present, wen Mesan. Homere Sawyer, J. N. Dunn, B. 8. and Hopkmson. vice-presidents ot U. 3. Robber Company. The Dominion, Rubber System (Alberta) Ltd., through bran- cues at Calgary, Lethbrtdf. and Ed- monton The Dominion Rubber Sys- tem products are distributed In Alberta, was represented by A. C.. McGiverln, manager ol the Alberta company at the head office ia Cali gary. SENTENCE COMMUTED MONTREAL, April Vueillette, the young murderer of Pan! tMorln ann his son Paul at Snake Hirer [in the fall of 1917, will not be'hanged. Word was received last night froni Thomas imder-secretary oi state, to the effect that tha ssnlenci had been commuted to life Imprison. ment. BELA KUN'8 SIDE OF IT LONDON, April Knn, Hungarian foreign minister, in a tele> phone to Vienna, forwarded through Copenhagen by the Eichang) Telegraph company, denies tie accnn aey ot report; regarding tie crisis in Budapeat. He says that the communists an still exercising theli dictatorship and are snccessfnlly ra siatlng the oppoktaw forces, .TV croud. DIRECT from the FARM THIS WEEK Very Choice Meats for Tomorrow Chickens Lamb Veal Beef Mutton Pork FRESH SMOKED FISH NEW LAID EGGS DILL PICKLES DELANYS MEAT CO, Phone 452 5th Stntet South Opp. Daltn Hotel ;