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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .SA'UJKIMV, Al'Hll, UhitALL, 1'AGlv 1-in'EKN MILADI t Jan. R. A will her WrrtM kHieJ and four injured, dead Major A. 1 win aiirl I'trs. Anthony j and Timothy MarwdHe, whose [names do not appear in ras- ualiy list, aud the report of iviiosp deaths Is adruittf! to have been or- 1 ion? mis. butler in Moose Jaiv has Jutnperl atiotfiei' ro] its per jiound' wlinln- >ale. ami ruif. with the ati- vanipe a vrfrek 'tie wholesale jiricc for (his niont npccs- sary of table coniinoclUics to fin cents per pound wholesale. PRIXOF: GKOHGK, B. c., April Uemrned soldiers last nishs. wretted the real estate offices of AJax' Conrad Kein- harz. alsu the Arcade restaurant, owned UT JOQ Twdin. i foreignei. accused by the soldiers maKiug seditious agaiDsl Germans here h strons and further (rouble is feared. Kfpht or ten alien enemies have' been siven Co leave the district at a hours' warning. An unlimited number of men arr waoied. mostly farm laboicrs, for the Western 'Provinces, ilccorated with lights 'and lanterns. n.igs, signal In thu corner n "camouflaEe" engine seiit oiit its searcliHgTit. The committee, Messrs S. H. Shaw, W. A. A. K. Lcggeii, F, J3earniali. Jas, GiliGSpIc, C. .L. Town. Chairman B. A. besides carrjlng out Iheir offices to every detail, added to the ornamentation in'their firemen's suit. Tho High Illver orchesira were also in railway garb ami furnished ctcep- tlonally fine music. Supt. MclnloFh on liehalf of the Hrdlherhowl welcomed especially tiie Or6at War Veterans, in high, terms ot their work overseas, and the honor Canada owes (o them. Me then presented T. S. Hunt, W. GanUr and R; R. Ueyo with Veteran's Medals from their comrade j in the and-'ffejtfetted" that IV. K. WlUiams G. QJlhe'fi io I liieir token of appreclatlon'tktt ertfn A tery nltie'luilch-' and I dancing resumed cars af- jfiTCrt At door crov-.-d hoBiewnrflJ A julK party iith'ered the liouii, of Mr. and Mrs. 41. Ixnve, 1252 on" Tbursday evening ill hffiiOT (JT-.Dr. H. (indvlLls-Sit ler, MrR.'Wui. Htiott.' -r6ur tables 6l were piayeri, tne honors bciug ivon by Wm. Hnllon and Dr while lie con sola Itoris--went I Mrs. and Mr.1 A dainty lunch was Served -after which dancing were enjoyed'.im til lae-wee sma'-hours. wben rj tjie sJofiinR ,o Aufd Lang1 Sjne anil "iJe'i Good A fioodly atienrlcd the cltat given by the pupils of Mr. H. the V.M.C.A. auditor- ium last evening. The innovation of three, pupils, MyHie Hilda.-McJ arid (Jriia Qlaioder, a short recital in recdgnltion of theif memorizing ability; prored success- Those .taking partjn thc.pnblic il were Margaret''Hardy, Rndmond. Rnth Jarvis, !t Is understood, will be similar to carried OB lure in Lethbridge. Our mission to be congratulated on being taken as z pittern by our; m'ighli'or city, i CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES There will be a meclfnf tin local (ealival conimUlee ot Ihe Al- berU Musical K.eslival on Sunday, 27lh, at 5 Ule Wesley chorcll choir room. 4 Capt. Denpon rias kindir ponscnted 6 givi; a lecture on lit? vwseas for. the benefit of the Wo- Civic Cltib, in Knox chnrcli. 'uesday eretilfit. .May 6th. Keep hk date open. The Xrt Club leet at the home of Mrs. HouHon on afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. McKinner will lake the ser- ites id the United church tomorrow infi the junior choir '-will provide :p4cial Diuslc.lo the morning. Ill tho jyening Hie music will include: An ..out Thy Liglil" (Gou and" duet "Watchmen, o] he .Xljht" by Messrs Slolt and Ja mleion. Mrs. president of tie Ni Council .ot Women. Mill Ije LethbridgR TuestJay and AVertncsilay of next week. local cpuaeil will I holoj aii .raeetihg for'wonien in' WcJtey hall at i p.m. When Mrs, SJntojd .'will- apeai. A' short musical be given. It is hoped dial and mem- bers of (lie affiliated societies will amke a special effort .io attend. The Uau'gltieri and.Jfaid.s ot'El land are holding'vk whis'l1 drive and dance, in.Burgmatt's nail on, Wednes- Oi.v. April 30th; at.'S p.m.'.This will be Hie .ileihbcra kindly lirlnt a cake. The C. W. B. C. meets Jlonday afternoon at S o'clock the home ot Sirs. B. Soyiler, G1C Sth Street S. The Pentecoafai.'Mission ot 305 Utli.Streel North will hold a bap. Isrnsl service in the Christian'church on Sunday afternoon next at three o'clock. There ire a number to anil hearty welcome Is eitemted to all Vfitiiug to attend tho service., All W. C. T. y. women and eiecullre of the Local Cbnncll arc Invited lo meet with Mrs. MoKlnncy, M.L.A., this eieiiing at eight o'clock at the home of Mrs. John W. Crair. 60S Hth Street South, to discuss any inadera of interest to the organiza- tion. Ethel Jackson, Culcld "Mpplngwelli NORDHOMER GRAND If you cannot- 's years piul on poticmrd beok niilatnlni the Ui The Inco' dtterlnf at The and you' coine? Yours, COLONIAL TMIATM, TORONTO, the Methodist Church general conference at rlaiBlllon ntitWftoolt to itetrr "com- pelltion and profit" In Indlislrj they entered It sphere' Inlo ifhich, as a reli- gious body. Ihor hid 10 right to tres- pass passe A', opinion on s subject with wbich tbe majority of Itie dele- gales were not competent to deal, I! S. Parsons, past prwldent of fhe Osna- Assoclatton, told menrbers o( the congretttlon of the Central MelHoillst chorcli in tin ad- dress last nighi. He (old them that while be was willing to take his theo- logical and Instruction from his "mlnWerial he could not undertake to these leach- Ings In economics. toows IxxW- Jo ptepzte itwalsv Ris ApJ M OKOI01NA It is only natural tnat Avomen are careful buyers, ahouIJ select Onyx ana Georgina Shoes. Tkcse fiae are made ty a firm aliy known {or the quaiily of Shoes tearing die Onyx or troJc Lave qualify iiieir fine fffttmact, and and comfort,