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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, APHIL 2(\. 1918 CLAIM THEY APPOINTED AN ALIEN ENEMY Vancouver, April 28.-At ii moolliiK or tha Oreat War Vetorans Association lusL night u roso'aillon wiis passed stating that P. LuronaHn oi; Prince Ruport, said to be of German birth and tor�i�rly preHl''ont of the German Club nt Prince Rupert has lieon appointed to a- provlncliil civil servlco posltio nand cRlUnK on tho covorn-inant tor bin dlfnilHsal and the up-l)olntmont of o returned nuui. N. S. HOUSE PH0R0GU'*,8 Halifax, April 26.-The Nova Scotia ioRisJature prorogiiefl this afternoon. One of tho mont Important bills passed was that Incorporatilng the Halltftx llBllet Ooniinlsslon and glvlnjT (hat body extensive powers In connection wltli the ?20,OOU,000 thoy have to expend. A more drastic temperance lOBlsl.'itlnn, doublfnE: former pennltlon, was also passed. THE LCT^iRlDGE DAILY HEHALD PAGE ELEVEN , BRAE Coffee with its exquisite flavour and aroma, is a drink of delight-- "Morning, Noon and Night" In Sealed Tins. Ask your grocer. BRAID'S BEST TEA is the best tea "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" The Name Speaks VALUE The name "Mason & Risch" on a piano is your identification mark of full money's worth. It is a message to you from Canada's most noted Piano Manufacturers, informing you that the piano is RIGHT. Get a Mason & Risch Piano-ask for it by name and see that the instrument carries the name.  Uasoh sc risch limited BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE "Plant flowers in the soul's front yard. Set out new'sliadc! and lilossoia irot's, An' let the soul once frozK an', iiard Sprout crocuses of new idcon, Yes, clean yer house an' (�lean yur .shell, � � An" cl(;an yer barn in cv'ry part; But brush tlie cobwebs f'rotii yer lieud, An' Bweop tho anowliank-s from yer heart!" "Now leave no suKnr in you:- cup- "rw.ould Ije the worst of ciiracs. Take just onouKh and melt it up - For these be stirring times." -Woman's World. *   ^ > � � o > : �� � :?��'{* o > ? ? PERSONAL >: >> ? 0 Jlr. G. II. I/Oggie of Toronto is in Lethbridge ffar a few days. ft * * Mrs. 11. Kins of Truvers is in the cily. * * iilr. J. H. Humphrey arrived in t'le cily today from Vancouver. * * * -Mrs. C. a. Kimball of Eti^iltom is in the city and will visit her parents -.U Coaldalo. * * * Ur. H. Ostlund of Lethl^ridgo is in tho city for a tew days.-Calgary Canadian. IMiss M. Pickup of Cardaton has arrived in tho city to take a position in the C. P. n. telegraph offlce. * * * , , Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Spencer were visitors in the city from Cardstou recently. Jfr � � Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graham and family left this afternoon for Calgary, where they will take up their residence. �* � � Mrs. Wnj. Stafford and family have moved from Lethbridge to take up their residence in Coaldale, where Mr. Stafford is working. * W =)i .1!rs. .McDonnell has arrived in Ihe city to' join her husband, who has recently been transferred to the C.P.R. offices here. Mr. and Mrs. McDonnell lived hi the city formerly and have many friends in Lethbridge. *  � It was stated in mistake yesterday that Miss Aird had joined the staff of Ihe Bank of Nova Scotia. Miss Aird has gone into the Union IBank. ' ' That Jtrs. Nellie McCiung's recent appeal for teachers in Vancouver has borne fruit is evinced by the fact that Miss Day has just arrived in the city from Vancouver where Airs. Mc-Climg recently lectured. Miss Day fait it her patriotic duty io offer her services after hearing. Mrs. McClung; and. with that end in view came to Lethbridge to take a.summer,school: It was not long before Alberta w�s Rlad 10 tiike up bi'i' i.ll.'r. v.;!h tiio result that MIsrf Da.v I'-nv,-. nn .S;ii-urday to talco a cuiniiiy :.i:l]'.iul luiui- EXTRAORDINARY SALE Of New "Queen Quality'* SUITS Still on THE ENTIRE STOCK IS BEING SOLD AT SPECIAL REDUCTIONS OFF Every Suit NO TWO SUITS ALIKE A practical tailor will make any alter-tions. There is a good assortment of these exclusive suits. Every one is new -there is not an old suit in the lot. There is still a good assortment left. 608 Thif� AvenpeS, Jtaymond. At prBKi:ii: s subsli luting in thf! (!iiy. Ml.^ : ? '> .^ V ? ODDFELLOWS' ANMIVERSARY v C� ^ *'* ? 'i' ? ? ? ? > '' t' ; 't* V 't* The ilHth auniver.-iaiy of tlie institution of the Indopeixb'Ul Order of Oddfellows will be obscrvod ihrou,i;h-out the continent of Anniricii today. The anniyer.sary will 1)0c, lobralad in fjethbridge at tlio Odiirdlows' hail at 8.;i0 tonight. AH Oddl'dloivs, iiic'iiti-ing the members of cily lodges and visiting Oddfellows, arc; iuviicd to be present, and all married (Jddfellows have the privilege of bringing their wives, and all nnmarrieii Oddfellows a friend. The members of Dominion Rebekaii lodge and all visiting Ue-bekahs are Invited to lie prescnl; and all married Rehekahs have the privilege of bringing their Inisbanda, and all unmarried .Rebekalis a friend. A suitable program lias boea provided and refreshments will lie .'^erved, and an address on Oddfollowship will be delivered by Dr. Stanley, il.L.A., of High River. * IS * ,. .> .> .> c o ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? .J..J. > .> .;..;. .;. The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., . are still in need of more tobacco or tea boxes, -^nyono liaving any to-spare -please phone 1404, and they wjU be (jplle^ted t(;morrow. St. Mary's pantry sale was held on Wednesday, Ajlri! 24th, and was most successful. A good croad turnt-d out in spite of the bad weatlier. The W. A. realized .^id."). riu- V.'olf's tUibs liad a, stall presided over by Master Alex Slraker and rcilizcd the sum of ?1T. '>r .The{oUow-l�gfif.iiltt..-tinancial state-pient' for tlio pi-ay, -l-iis fi-vcellency the Governor": , Receipts--Cash received at doors, ?152.!i5; tickets sold, by St. Mary's church ?201.7rv. by other organisations f6S.i!5; cash received from- sale of programmes $1�.45.- Total $13.'j.7(). ,Expenditureu - Rent of. Majestic theatre .$So ilallabar's account, hire of costumes $17.ti."i;making cosluines, supplying books, ata.'je props, etc., ?.'i;!.;tij.; printing and advertisiin-g $53.-75; transfer charge $10; painting and making drop scejies ?.'!3.C0; total 1327.30. Profit ,$208.;;5. Dispusiiioii ov prolits: St. Jlary't! church ."514;!.;^5; Red Ooss Society $2u; I. O. D;- 10. Sir Alexander Gait Chapter ?1.t; Major Jack Ross Chapter tfXu; G. W. V. association $10. The company desire to express their thanks to the following lirnis and individuals for generous assistance: The Hudson's Bay Co., Masou & Risch, Terrili Flora! Co., E. Cemu-llni, H. Manning, McKelvie ii Mc-Gulre, Consumers Hardware, Supt. Ponnefather and men, members of tho City Band, .Messr?. Bartle and Edmonds for assistance on stage, .Mr. Frank Soares tor decoratin;'^ and arranging scenery, Mrs. Frank and Geoffrey^ W'addington for music, and Len S. Brown, manager Majestic theatre.-Alan McAlpin, sec.^roasur-er for company. , .   The Major .lack Ross Chapter 1.0. D.E. will hold a short but very important special me^^ing in the K.P. iiail tomorrov." (Saturday) afternoon at 3 o'clock sliarp. Kvery member is requested to be present. * w * The Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Patrick's churcli are holding an At Home in the S.O.R. hall on -Monday, April 29th, conuuoncing at 9 p.m. main features of Ihe program were Ji duet by .1. .Miller and R. Uume; solos by Mrs. McBride; solo by Mr.i. Annett.�, solo by .Mrs. .Moody, reading by Vr;^. llottlt, solos l)y Mr. .1. PinU-ijp Had an address on ihe Paby Welfare Campaign by .Mr.s. Iloiiluson. There were also sevi^ral rousing ehoruses in which overyonu took pa'i as well as other Unmn by vailo\u) members. j Vcolerday .Mr. Geuige .McKlllop ] was prer.entfil with a haiidHume wrln(. i'.aicli by the pupils of the IMk!i Bi'iiool. .Mr. Lyie (.'uuiniing-i maile a ii;ry appropriate little Hp(; o o c- o � o c� > 9 : : > � > > ? : SOCIAL EVENTS V The auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. was the scene of gay fastivitios last night when the woman's committee who have charge of the "Y'' classes and Mr. Bickell entertained a great many young people in honor of .Mr. George McKillop and other boys who have enlisted. The guests voted it one i Of the moat enjoyable affairs of the season. Last' evening Mrs. G. D. Dunsworth and-family entertained the basketball boys wlM) are leaving shortly, and a few other friends at dinner. Afterwards the guests enjoyed several musical -numbers with much enthusiasm: Those present were:^rs: Percy Irwin, A. R.-, de Manbey, Howard Nelson. Geo. Kemm, Geo. McKillop, Alfred Kane, Harold Hudson, Wilfrid Murray, LosHe Parkos and h. and M. Dunsworth.    The Ladies' Aid of the T.lnUed chnrch hust evening gave a most delightful supper and concert for soldiers' .wives and alsQ the returned soldiers, ax which about.sOxty people Avere present^ TIm^ supper was most daintily serv'ed, tfolhg much enjoyed by Uifi i ('o!le(-t all old tin elhbridge'' between the ages of 10 years and 14 years inclusive, tjubjoct to an agreement with each boy to i conform to the rules ot the "Y". And to lake effect on the opening of tho fall term. It is expected that all the classes will be crowded in the fall and hoped that all tho boys ot thc ages mentioned will take advantage of the opportunity to develop themselves physically. -Room Furniture Worthy of Your Attention at Bawden Bros. EVERYONE recognizes the value of pl<^iasirig and cheerful furnishings in the home. Care ought, therefore, to be exercised when purchasing furniture to secure only such pieces as will give harmonious effects. This is especially important in the case of the dining room. Below we are listing a few of the dining room sets we have in stock. They are iall of excellent design and priced at figures that are consistent with our policy of giving our customers a good article at a moderate' price, ' - �' 1 . . . : .^.^ Dining-Room Suite In William and Mary design, including buffet, china cabinet, table and six chairs in quartered oak, Old English finish. Our price $225.00 CRETONNES AND OVER DRAPES Cretonnes and shadow cloths are as popular as ever for window draperies. We are showing, a wide range of designs in the clieapei' ind medium priced goods. Prices range from 35c ^to 70c per yardv Dining-Room Set anc m Including buffet extension table, Queen Ann design, black walnut finish. Good value at- . S238.00 DININGJWJpW jyiTE^^ ; 7 In Satin Walnut, including buffet, china ciiUnet^tflibte and 6 chiirsi Designed akmg straight lines, fumed oak finishJ ...... ^ vj;;,;.i ... . w. .........$125iOO Dining-rilu^et Brass Bed In satin finish, full size, with 2-jnch posts and five 1-inch pillars Price ........ 37.75 In fumed flni_sK;,.\^li'is. -set 'includes baffet, 'c^t�tifjdqi;.,.iii'ble and 6 chail'R. . Ji.-..,j�f^^Jffl. Price �......PW./jJ Brass Bedv In . satin finish, 2-lnch vosta, bSl\- corn^ri, ' five' Vou will enjoy the food served at.. Kirk by s Nowhefe in Lethbridge will you find a more delightful eating place. The excellent cuisine, and service will plecise you. Our luncheons and afternoon teas^are tempting. LUNCHEON 0?i SUNDAYS FROM ip.OO A.M. Our Ice Cream Parlbr is the popular rendezvous for refreshments. kirkby W'^&it:mMMMt ;