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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TKK LrnViBMWIB WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 26, 19ir. DISTRICT NEWS MJfflJH HOLDS AlBAIMlEIIfl) Itarnwell. Alia.. tin- I week when a crowd ol lad'.es met in married farmers here been honor o! Mrs. Rich's mother "Grandma j empled In loto Ihe appeal tribunal 1 West." Tho occasion was in honor o[ Mrs. West's Sfllb birthday. A pleas- ant Umo wts had by all present. i [u Anderson's new house is corn- y furuished and lie has moved He lisa hts father's family from in the persons ol thrw little babes to Mrs. Kverctt lire. June John- son and Mrs. June. Haws. Too friends of pern Johnson of Darn- well, and -Miss Ann Adaiuson ot Amer- ican Fork, who spent the summer In liarnwell. lo cupld's court In Am- erican and are now married. wish them much Joy. Mrs. Hudson received a cable from iiaymonJ spcad Christmas Tilth hiui.j her son Roy. who has ior the past two The school opening and concert was years been In active service, statins [a> great success. Mr. Ban-on. thal ho would be home early in lha intendeat of consolidated schools, rep- STIKLTNG (From Our Owa oirrfsuonaenO Slirllng, IXc. a week ot iu Stirling, tiiree ot our youns people hjvins been uialed. Miss Alice .Nelson and Oscar 1'lerson ,0013 of the .esdsy. Miss were rnarrled at the ho bride's parents on [CONTIXXJMJ KlONT PtOI) lur. Roy is beins returned to.resrated tho department of education.iUraco Brandley, daustiu-r of Theodora mem Our Own oa account ot bclcs to youns. After tha program in the new Mormon llrandley. was marrlcJ lo Paul Neda, Dec. Friday even- Hl} hss served two years and is now meolins house, the audience aJjouraed tho former principal of Stirling Ins a very good patriotic concert suJ ouiv D years old. Masrath peop'.o will 1it, new school and ha j school cue day IbU week. Itie young j a pretty Christmas cantata given welcome Key home. cake and hot chorolate served by tho: couple mado a (rip ii> In the'meetlng house by the school! JHO has beon ratsea DJ- children. The entertainment commenc-' ople here jo ,w ot Halifax re- ed sharp at 5 o'clock and those who A dance Wa5 heM cn Monday A despatch from Petrosrad rcporti Ibo arrest and Imprisonment In the fortress ot St. Peter and St. Paul of M. Vysbneiradsky and M. I'utiloff, managing directors of In- ternational Commercial Bank and llus- so-Asiatic Hank, In consequence of the mention ot their names IB an inter- cepted letter wherein General Alexleff, former commander in chief, btgsed 1'rof. 1'aul Mllukoft, the. Couitllutlonal Democratic leader, to Interest himself I in obtaining 30P.OCO roubles to aisUt starring families of Imprisoned j .ers. has been raised bv the girls of the school. j were married In His temple j Referring lo tho arrest ot Col. Kol- nas oeen o. consisted of the fol- Miss Emma Bayson of Stirling was j pashnikoff, attached lo the American marred in Raymond on Saturday. Keii to Humauta School closed on (he 21st for tho tha little, boys. iTnlhelr EtVinV....... jcltatlon. WanJa Asplund; solo, Marva "The Star Spangled sung i p, fjrew Clarke Has returned J'.J'J1 GRASSY LAKE (From Our Grassy Lake. clos ed for tha Christmas hol'days Friday-common now. he adds- Tho same cor- after which a very pleasing entertain- j respondent telegraph that Iho Hrltlsh girls: tableau, reading. Miss ment was put on by the children, 'arrbnssador. Sir George Huchnnan, ot the mission, slating that ihe Amer- ican ambassador. David It. Francis, was ready to advance roubles to tho account of the Red Cross, was forgery. Such things aro not un- RAFFLE OF PIANO For Soldiers' Families COMMKSIONIR GRACE hu Grind Pl.no to Veteran! hire for IxtKflt of th. MWera' faralllti. Thli will off. TICKETS Thi.t may be procured from the two or the I. 0. D. tht Naxt-of-Kln and the Veterans. lion's share of the praise, their songs dav. who spoie on the life and predictions brides into town in the persona of the prophet: Special music was i of Mrs. Lealli Johnson and Mrs. Ralph 'urnisheJ by the choir under the direc- Johnson. lioth these, young couples ei- .lon ot J. O. Bridge. pect to Eiove into their new homes on missionary ln the eastern States, is again home with his tillei1 wilh toys and holiday decora- family. Also John Mains, who has1 t'ons and tbo usual rush and confusion Mrs F. Cook had charge of tho Red Sec. 2S sometime during January. Cross lunch rooms on Saturday last, 1 Johnson, who nas been la- J40.GQ was turned Into tbe treas- j boring ry. Two. more letters have recelv ed from soldiers, thanking the RetT been laboring as a missionary is home Cross :for parcels received. They are again. S. Johnson has a claim 05 from IL Swallow and R. Lanaway, both all these young for they are Married, at the resilience of men who enlisted from the country his sons and his sou's wives, also Mr- atlli ilrs. south of town. Pte. Jwallow says In daughters nnd his daughters his letter: "The parcel came just atibanas. other numbers were Joseph sola by Alice and a motion ed throughout the church. Tho speak- wore represented. gong from a crowd ol first grada pup- ers were p. D. CSarke and J. T. Stee'.e I Uarnwell unites In welcoming ib. The cantata, a pretty little story en- titled "Santa's Mistake" was escsp- tionally well rendered by the sixty children who took part. This was tho result of excellent training and every- one knew Iheir part so well there no hesEtntlon whaterer. The leading character, Mabel, was very well sus- tained by Flora Meeklay and she in- deed looked the pretty little girl whom she represented. Aunt'Rachel was taken by Mlna GIbb as was also ihe part of Molly, the orphan girl, by Leone Alston. The chorus com- posed of over 59 girls'from the age of 6 to 14 could not be beaten. Every song was thoroughly memorized which Is one- of the essential things and holds the attention of the ancllence. We must not forget Sante Claus, taken by Grant Wooltey. He was tie center of attraction and sustained his part very well. A rery pretty drill gvren by 1? plrls, who wera dressed In white with green trimmings and each carried of holly. This was real artis- tic and the singing of "Christmas is by the girls In a pretty pose raide' a. pretty picture. The teachei are to be congratulated on the success ol the concert. Principal Mercer was the director and the Misses Snow and accompanists. The proceeds go towards paying (or the piano lately purchased by the school. .A very pleasant afternoou was spen1 at the home of Mrs. A. O. Rich last two The Chautauqua committee met Friday to tahe action to dispose of the surplus money after all expenses of the Chaulauqua festival were met. A suggestion is under way to send It to the Halifax relief fuail The stores hare taken on Christ- mas appearance nnd ivlndows aro Christmas published on Sunday a statement refut Jng the charso of Interference In tha[ internal affairs of Russia and adding! that as thero are now three Independ-! ent republics In Russia It Is difficult lo avoid the ap'iiearancQ o( having re- lations with more than one. It Is reported from Brest-LItovslc by way of Petrograti that Finland has ap- pealed lo Germany to recognize Its independence and that the Geriaana express their willingness to do so. Leon Trotzky, the Bolshovtk foreign, minister, Is said to have shown bis Ir- ritation because the Fluna applied di- rect to the Gentians Instead of through Iho Bolshevik commissaries. A Stock- holm despatch to the Post records tho arrival there of a Finnish delegation j ask Sweden's recognition o! the "i According to same correspond eat, anarchic con- ons prevail in parts of Finland. The "Well, for one thing, if you've got the price you can buy coal here_" Barnwell not only raises wheat and month nnnh in the front ta auciDg Canada s moat valuable crop, good sales ;f'' parties, Two million roubles have boon ap preprinted lor this purpose. An Am- erican Red .Cross train Iclt Pctrograd today (or Rumania with the approval ot Che Bnlshev'ltl. It carried all its or- iginil supplies except automobiles. Knights of Pythias Attention The Dramatic Order Knights of Khorawan Will Be Holding an EXTRAORDINARY CEREMONIAL on Wednesday, December 26 IN THE CASTLE HALL, FIFTH STREET SOUTH, AT 8.00 PJH. 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