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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK srx THE LETHBWD8E RAHA HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1910 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus 11 V IW THIS AND IREA.O CM TUB ENVELOPE 'RETURN in THREE SHCO WANT IT EACK I HURRIED MUHT HOME.- The Sport Page Camouflage Eta'i local Fire Man and Two Teams on Oyrn Alteys Letibridga fire-pin bowlers Tint to Barons last ntett and tumbled, to the tune ol three In a row. Barons win- ning In ensr style. Onlj -two oi tte local boys bowled well, three Sung up less thra 100 tor ir. and Mrs. John KngUsh, of Minne- iBOlis. tbat Kthel had been kidnapped, and some shock in connection wEili tlie event of her subsequent ilis- apjearanwj clouded her inlurt. Her mental development apparently stop- at the Identical tlmo she wauder- cd away or was carried away from lomc. Tho s'rl herself Is unable to throw any light upon cvfnts of the last ele- ven years. Alienists said it was ntu impossible Ethel herself might sisJ- denly recover her memory and be able to enlighten her parents. roned out, It will agate be submitted mei; secretary, Albert East; treasurer, o the people and carried by a good t jeannette Franklin; convenor of Look- iajorily. The free Municipal Committee, Sylvia Haniman; con-, pital Idea has come to The re- venor of Praver Meeting commiitoe, a number oUrlends Tuesday evening, port, etcanatjag from .Edmonton and J Kathleen 'i mulished in several j.fovincial papers I Committee, hat the defeat of .ihe hospital scheme j mU5ic committee, Ethel Wood- a Ihe Tabsr. district wa5 due to thejhoUEe; pianist. Mrs. Bryan and assist- refusal of the local committee to post- Ujjj pianist, Kathleen Rowley. A Val- pone the vota till: alter the Hospital [entine Social was decided on for Feb. had been amended, la not true, The committee were-atixloua for the' a fcw days with la grippe and not able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Me- cau, at Medicine Hat hospital, on January 22, a son. Sir. and Mrs. Kellar sent their oldest daughter. Mllcu, to Medtclno Hat (o attend school, Harvey Davis has been in 111 health with a mild case of la grippe. Paul'UcuhtmE is somewhat ill with what appears 10 be affecting every- body, la grippe. A miscellaneous shower was given on Saturday. January 25, in honor ot Mr. and Mrs. Erneat Denntson, IP celebrate their recent marriage. A delightful evening was enjoyed -jantl an exquisite supper was served. The United Farmer Woraen; are making ajransemenla for a cMcken supper lo bs held at the homa ot Mr. postponement were told by the department that the life of the'Taber Hospital District could not be pro- longed, that the vote must be taken on the date Ssed. i Church Meeting The annual congregational meeiiog ol St. Theodore's church was held on Monday evening last in the Oddfel- low's Hall. The attendance was good and the meeting one of the most en- couraging that lias been held In con- nection with this church. The pro- ceedings opened with, a brief program. Sonea were rendcred-by Kathleen Mc- Cartie, Airs. A. E.' ToJton and JHaa Hesketh; a violin by Slarign Bell. and readings by Mrs. W. Walter and Mr. Wiawood. The Her. F. Taylor, .then presented his report which snowed that Ihe congregation was In a thriving condition. The fm- Mr. K. A. Arc (It, a young fermcr, liviug about 12 miies north east _ot town, died on Tuesday night In the hospital of blood poisoning The case a' stubborn one and the fact that the deceased had had the 'flu, a short time before had -weakened his resisting power. A'rndt y thought ot bf all who knew him and leaves a" wife and many friends o mourn his loss. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Doukin anrt eon :van, left town on Wednesday last for Eoraonton, where they will make their lome .in the future. For two and a half years Mr. Doukin has been en- gineer at the Regal Collerles ana has filled the position with success and efficiency. He now goes to take charge qf an Iron works establishment In Edmonton. Both he and his wife will be much missed In Taber circles, as thoy gifted musical people were played. ThosR entertained were: and Mrs. I. (T. Freeman some tlaxc in February. Phil McCullum is the guest of Frank for a few days. TOROXTO, Jan.