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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It TVESDAY, AI'lUl. 2'J, I Dili ALBERTA. PACK SEVKN BALL GAME. TONIGHT t will a baeaHH U game lonigbt al U fill I Park- lhe IL Tl ILL "Cubs." a International agflrffcaltOP "will clash with trie Bit HanfeorB of' the City Uague. I I Tho are reirlv to U, make the trip (y PlDOher -'t j. l Big Meeting Wednesday Nfeht of Vote in Mining u. s. TO KEEP FIFTEEN Camps MUNITION GOING '-'7 in for l.hP of a I1'" atlj raade trlth Ibe tlu. t. S.) tomorrow (Wfldnonlar} eve- inif at o'clock. Thfa IS thi Lug that It WAV decided io hold at U wan proposl ti> retain 13 ami Cut Out War lad Make StrtJgtit Mm Claim Fire Pfr Offer fc Disertml nitorv in HifJwr Paid Conieil HM Not Deeited OR Aniirtr u ANOTHER POSTPONEMENT Tbfr htfanns; of rhare. lectJie t'f i in ihe tiiooMtf cf JJra V.'oop. was far- tlier poeir-ojifd to MondaT. .Hay 6lb. In tliat is still too TO spresr crfcre tho coan. Pincher Crtek A. P. Offlcinl Gels Wanted Horse and Wanted Man rogulir sossion of tlio council last possibly 15 of die 46 ordnance niami- ceek, o-vrint !u Pj3nts Created or Ion on the O. B. All laljor men Curias the ire asked to mako an effort io m-i i leud' BRIGADE BUSY Thai opinion on O. B. r. ptan sharply divided Is evidenced Mrs. iMcKinney Tells United Church Congregations Need of the A ot civil- employees, j cotiiiitint of Mestre. Kurbef. (iard- fitter, Derrlcott, Kerr and Mailen. aiJ- before the tuDimisR this morning to place before them their fact that iu and Calgary the TypoEfBphlca! unkms liavr innnimouE-Iy agaJiut tbo plin, where- AS in tbo uiininK t-RDips tha vote is very strongly, ilioug'li :.ot nrjanlnio'is 1y, Iti favor. Al IlelieTiie ibe rote which was takon last week was lor a.ud M tn. other camps the votes weit; for; l against. (or; li against. h !s nndrrstsod that voting fi tak- ing place tills week at Btalrraore, Ta- bor, Caninore and oilier1 r.impA In JWstrjvrt No. IS. Jntllcatlonft The fire lirlgade hail r.vo runs yes- terday i Monday) on; to North acd oilier in HardicTliie. The fire? onofi and ivc-re speedily fakcii hi hand and put -GUI. In uie .ronuer case it wan n baru on fire, on 1st Avc. N.. anil in latter the igniUou ot a ruiibish pllt. Una! views as tu the ffitiloroeni of tho question. an 3 io lake back a re- port to ifae local. The delegates were In s very reas- onable and conciliatory mool and i'ere in no aggressive. Thoy made K clear thai 0111 fnr a elfljin and [air deal. The aliiiude uJ tlie- conimiBSlcmers lowanls the tiieri ps the same. Tiie Lone of lion among: liie at the f-niledfiueu js thai Hie five jior cent odor of In ihe mornlajrjiUe nty is discriminatory. U; Uiat Thc of tlic legislating, ihe of social service, or ihe work of the W. t'. T. U. were not presented tu tlie largo congregations .Mrs, I.. j McKinney. M.L.A.. anil prcEideni ot provincial associations of Uie two 1 latter organizations on Sunday. sreakins from wards, "TearLi us the man wfili tlie lilsJicr wage to Mrs. McKmney showed that Injure than the man wilh ihe lowf-r. i all the sincere efforts to solve the lias to pay the sarn.- price for :h.e commodities Tliorfiforv, the anil endearor io form in ('annda an tndtistriLiI vlilcli they will bfi the Knight, the Kdinonton Socialist, and one cf those who1 fathered the O. II. coming short- following proposition wan put tn Uie council. That HIP honus of granted iu February, be rut nm anri 'ound be that the ..nilncra are determiued ly to do Fomu missiontiry work for Io break away from the international aho'o. B. V. ul an au-J resi- less ivonld be fruitless when Coil was uol given His (.Lure in Uie jilaiiF, as is often the case. Prayer being au altitude toward Cod makes ja straight raise of u iile Krow more like CJod just as fgranied frieudship with each otlicr. Just j OUier' ot carbon the j.arl absorbed Irooi Uieivere Mr. Forbes siatpd sunsiune Ii the only part of a '-reel Umt the power of the thai is m'lc3truttni3i! PO Uio part of impression that the councH bad stated us abforlieil from is .lie only in. thal R would ]lot abWe bv UiedecfELoa desiructaUle parl Col Is plven or ,he arbitration boa'rd if il went his place, prayer Individ-1 against lhe city. ,t was maile dcar ual. social and economic dubious to thc men ,-nat (he t 1 would be righted. the. pMlllon of being ab'e to pay the Increaae. whilo Letbbridga i In aaswer io Mr. u'lio niladod Ihe council that Premier Slew-: art had told the shut tie ALFALFA TEN INCHES HIGH; GROWING FAST considered n. month a iuinlmuni for ii sntfie man. anil 512'- Tor a mar- man. he replied that the Premier' had liie whole urorhK'C to draw from j fnr rerciiue. and if he were1 the J'rcm-j ler oi c-aiing, has teen Monday, Slh. lu accordance with the custom iu cities, anj ai in past years, (iier Mil not A. teiitfous one. it. witli the other mat- lets, could be Battled aftor the main question fixed up. A practice of !ho Festival Choir The proposal of the Sill increase t'" "'C Wc3l8-v "I eight j was leit in.tlie hanis c! thc council lo be worked out in its hearings to Ihe council's offer ot S pur cent, and the minimum of J100. The Commis- sioners tnfprinod the delegation they would report on I.Leir decision lo the union. o'clock. .j. SUMMER COURSES AT ALBERTA UNIVERSITY FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS Elegance in Wall Paper Vou will (ind eiiiretfti Jn raet of beautiful new effects just SprJog every eon celraUe sort In color seisms sort [v.Kftrii eHect hi floral designs. conventfonal lljuros, the new rtefinad or and panel et us plan you In Khiev'.ni n EJi jotf, rou mouer anil Wellington Bros, THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BUILDING 7TH STRtETTOUTH hsve been completed i for thc summer courses for returned j soldiers. Tins summer session -will j open at Iho University of Alberta, on .May 19th aext. and Till' continue until'September 12tli. Tlrci purpose of this summer school is to'i Inrnlsh to med it-hose stud-j les have been interrupted by Uie that too much time may not be lost In jetting into regular classes again. hi some casea msn had left school before enlistment are anxious to resume their studies..Provision will j he nude for these men also, lleumi- i cd men cvcryn-herp are invlteil (o I laltc advantage of tbis school. I 1 The school will be so organized lo ns far ns rio.isibie fnillvldunl in-i struclion, Tims a man may enter with nlnrast nny attainment and make as] rapid progress RR lie !R capable of. Any returned man who Is interested in improving .Ills education with the idea o( continuing lit tome Instltntlon in j the fall should write Ihe Department i of (education, Kdmonlon, at once. I Kclurncd men only will be admitted lo these courses. The Uf.lvfcrsllr mltorlcs and boarding facilities bfc available for me-n ivho may attend.' rnle similar lo that prevailing dur-) Ins the regular session will he allow- ed, namely thirty dollars ;ior uioutii for both room and board. The Department of Education will furnish tuition In these courses tree. seMion will close In time fnr those