Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY; FEnHUARY 3, Ifllfl THE DAILY PACK SEVEN MILADI (i. Cross anJ Miss J, I tint uf .N'eiv Duytoft gone (o Cal- atleml Ibfl sfEsions of tho "al- I Mrs. C. A: UHJcJ who has -been- tondned (a licr-hantc thraugii i tht ess, for snuiQ iltne, is a little Iicttcrj iuul able to bo un. Iluth returned from] attending ihe" school.; .Mr. .Tiitl Jlrs. Jay Reid Jiavo moved into the city and arc residing al 1211, Avenue. Miss J.uelHfl llorspool who has been teaching at Spring t'oulce. has left lor Calgary (o take her ngriual train- S j costly and dangerous to ihu children [mtO letters ol remouiilram-e wore sent I (o.thu Bfhool hoard, asking Hi cm. to ut Lance-Corp. J. P. Skilton wishes to 1 least have (lie cinders The fr j thank the Xeilot-KUy for thoir tlona- board replied that the mailer was i lion which he received. Also. Iho bavliis their attention Uie tmnlit- I.O.NDOX, 2.--N llaiuini in a liuiicirc.l Ihu parliament or which liaij on its shoe! resiwmsibility n would niter uiore work than Ihe house ol AIIJIII jer l.Ioyd Ccorjje will holds ils first may problt-ms, of summarized ot Wesley cliurcli tor parcels I ion yard dlii improve somewhat, sent, Tho chalr4 belonging to tho Club i [for the girls' rest room were removed j U'ConslruHioii. Tho aentor C1. G. I. T. will uieot to-! from the homo ol Miss McKclvtc Tho morrow night at 7 o'clock sharp lo lo that of Mrs, W. U. Morris. [strucilon addressed by Saxman. The Welfare runipalgii i sisted by a contribution of uml The L. O. H. A. will meet at 292 7th the Aid Ly the amount Avenue A. south on'Tuesday evening promised. at 7 o'clock. ol are not wait even mi'i) nrnciU business ot i ttci. lias been m [irodk-led tltat R IJ. 1. -A. to 11. of U E. will invitations lor dance on Fob. Hie Ixical Council or Women will hold their annual raeeltug: on .Wednes- day 2.35. All the women of ihu city- are invited to attend this meetiuE- Miss E. Lowtlier ol Amherst. Xow Scotia, who has hec'n ihc guest of her llAmp nf %lr, rouBln. Mrs. W. J. UoyJ, left on sf to talcc up her duties -M Vcucht-r mn bl' near Milk nivrr. The History and Current Kvents1 tectton ot (lie Jlathesls Cfnb will meet on Tuesday afternoon al 2 o'clock at W. Craig, ICl'i One evening Jn June vas troubles in the L-nttta six lUcmherR of (he Club in lhe ing In put ibi'ir ganlc-u at Ilenderaoy i ioiysaw that tnc> .AOUM Park in but the were Hie Country. EO very bad and tho ground FO dry was decided to hire It done. A wonl out for us on anotuer evening bul did not teem to luafeo much ini- nrcsslon on tho garden. Ho put in no cliarge KO we made no kick. Aa thft season waa so flry and utitavotablB j noti'.Eng'mudi would have been gained by further effort. I Tlie influx of numljtrs oE j Xcnnonites to Southern Alberta an-3 iTo Spend A IVw 1 Other Improvements in 1 Dislrict not intend to uiulerUski- a v-ry throaglKJiit year is indicate I thi- ns fur new ucirK id Un> ih-- i.f iayo Just J( ii tht--general officer ot tin; cumiKiiiy lieie. Among Ihu improvements "to v.- made will "Ijf? an addition1 to wtu-4 -jdtimi building hero wliftii wilt In -the neighborhood of This i-xU'iiFion will he.: iri lite way of riiiil j vision mo offices rii'iroi f.jr ihe dt.'-p'itchyr'b sta.f tinil iitiprovo tA'Oti.M nitr- j to make tlie offices mure- liubit- lluny luijio-. Tiie uo'-vt-ver. ure w.iul.l bo] such that liiey wIH likely result in iLelay in building a naw nut ion ihe liuit tomes to underiakc- thai nc- t f-sary work. imiM-JYOHU-nis over tht' ip ._. A rae53afec has 'been received from Craigfuid'Ma.VSnrfrey Petrey that .they received the..parcels ot calces.and socks sent by the Wesley Ladtes' Aid. frs, Armstrong 2C8 19th St. north. Section Mrs. A. Camp- bell, 7th St. N. East District Rev. C, E. Cragg, director. Section Mrs. Parcher, Ave. S. Section -Mrs. McCnl. 1209 Bill Ave. S. Seciion Mrs. Craig, 505 14th St. south. Wnst District nov. O. Curtis, director, Section 3Ir3. Crowtli'ers, 207 71h Ave. A. South District RRV. W. F. Dafoe, director. IllGUEitOl Glvt II When h'everlah, Cross, Bilious, (or Bad Breath or Sour ,i Stomach, jj T.offk al-llio fongue. Mother! It la. a aura sign thaty your 1lUl6'-ono'fl 'fitoniach, liver'and tloiteU need, a genitie, thorough cletinslng nncc.' When peevjali, cross, llallees, pair tioean't ftletn, doosn't cnl or act nalu rtlly, or Is foverlsli, atoinacli- sour lircalh Blomnch ache, acre Miroal, dlatrhooa. full of n tiaspoonfcll ot "CalJforrtfa of Mful 'in B few hours all th' foul, constipated waste, undiBcslei nnrt ROtir hile- gently moves but Its iiUlc hpwcls griping aml'yAu ftaro'a iveJI, playful" cfill( ftgMn. You nccdn'l roax sick cliililren lo lalte Iianuless "fnill Ihey IOVR lls antl it (Uways makcB them (CP! aplonrtld. Ask yoiiir Vlrngglal (or (i bottle of Syritp of which hii.i for hshles, chHdren nf. nil grouiMips plainly on the holtlo. fjoware of counterfeits hero. To lie [jet (ho Ren- nine, ask 'o Rao that it la by "Oflllfornla Fig Kymn Company." Ho- firt'o. any other kind wllli Section 101S St; south.1 Mrs. Cooper, Section Mrs; Thompson, S24 lib Street s'aulh. Central District. Rev. Cant, pcnoon, Director. Tuesday, Mrs. Ashcroft, Hull Block. Bible Classes. The Bible classes taught by Miss 'l-araont, will be held as follows: Tuesday at 3 p.m., In Uie United riburch ball. 'Wednesday at 4.15 p.m., In Wesley Hall, .Thursday at 4.15 p.m.; .In -Knot Presbyterian churcli. Friday al 4.15 p.ni. In Weatey Hall The secretary has "written again to j crnment -knows it'and Hie railroad Capl. riuramer asking if they ireceiv- companies It now Hut nobody but Clj (the EctUers in knaw-lne from Iho club have at- 'hardships and struggle's they linvo had ended luncheons given by the'Ralaryj in put with all: these years. These Club on tvro different occasions, lo 400 families came, iierc'wilb tlie ln- tear renon-ncd Tho Club decided lo remember the )oys overseas as usual for Xmas untl some (houglit and discussion they ordered two hundred 25srboxes have succeeded of Xo. 1 Spy apples shipped frorii'Xova Scotia. Mr. Duchanan, M. P., very kindly consented to assist in raising the funds for this enterprise and gave two splendid, lectures on his exper- iences while abroad as the guest of the Dritish and French governments on .tlic in Knox church to a large appreciative nud- lenco, and one, later at C'oaWale. Miss Hawdeu's school presented us with auaeareil for this purpose.anil Mr. ,7. P. discouragement. Simpson donated Ins commission from the sale of Victory Bonds. These gifts were suitably acknowledged. A sample-box of the apples was sent by Mr. Chase (to whom our order was to the Cfub and arrived in very jtiil condition. The Hoard ot Trade asked the Club to serve refreshments for the dance to be given tor the delegates to tho Delation con ventton but owing to llui influenza tho tention (o country and with tlie object of making their home. Tliey have .wrestle a living front the. tare prairie, These people these things ANNUAL MEETINO WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB The annual tnceilng of the Woman's Civic Club was held on-Thursrtay Hip al Uift home or Mrs. Ctias. Me- Kill op, Tlie yearly repcirls wero rrc- scntfirl and (lie -following officers ari- 'jiOlnUti for 1919: Mrs-. J- K- Simpson. W, H. Morris. .Mrs, Arthur Hayr. i Treasurer Mrs. John Craig- Kxecudvc-rMrs. Holt, Mrs, Oiffonl, SlH. Murray, Mrs. KrirneU, iMrs. Mc- Miss Tho secretary's report follows: Report During llie year 3013. the Woman's Civic Club has four regular and Uance was not lield and in place of iloing Ihvit worti Ihc Club made 100, badges for the Board ol Trade lunch- con to tbe delegates. A donation of was martG by tho Club lo the Lethbridge Herald's Christmas fund. The total amount raised by ihe Club during' the year wna In conclusion 1 might at a that I liave received several letters trotn sol- diers staling they liave received our letters advising the apples ivoro com- ing but that Uioy had not yet arrived. From Iho snipping advices we gather they were shipped on the Sir. Scan- dinavian which reached Liverpool on December and it seems we should hnvo had acknowledgement of their receipt ero now. ncapecttnlly submitted. SAKA C1. HAV1J, Scr. Hva aji'eclal wltii'att overage attendance of eight members, Tho president bc'en In tho chair at all but me of those meetings nL which Morrln presided. Ono of tlio flat Items of business to up iho invesllgallng ot nt the Central be t the nnrt Old High schoola.j p tfon .being as- sured by tho gcfiool thft't A com- pinto now sanitary ayfttem wna lo bt Inatallad ilnring summer holidays liils matter mfl to drop. Tho practice of on Hut I'cetitrnl school ytird great lumps thoughl by iho chib to be both very well, considering that most of them bad no capital to commence their business with, and keeping in tuinft Ihe disadvantages they nave had to light- They have developed this by building, fencing and breaking land anil ralEing live slock. And (hey have spent a. cnnsidcrablo amount of, money, fio everything went along fairly 1111 !i very bad iittcug.thSRI, namely, For'nil those years they have been looking for a railroad to assist them in the development ol this country for it does not pay them to raisd anything, being surf; a dis- tance from the market. The result suver.il have sold their Jioltl and many arc preparing lo leave "ss soon its circumstances permit or ilrinking of out Xow this selling anil pulling out. is a bad feature for settled conn sold lo and slicepmen, anc pulling out is v.or.sc; yet', for not being to sclJ and itnaWe to jnnkc'n llv ing lliey inlcnd to' simply lay idle fn consequence tiis; neorie that like to (ry it for a will bavo noi chance wlitilcver, and will have lo aliantlon Uielr farms, too, sometime, i Xow, Mr. KiHtor, don't yon agrcs j with us that the thing that can save1 country and people from ruptcy is tbe building of rail- road through this country. This e'er-1 lalnly would coach us lo remain, and oxleiul our business'for then it would worth while to do our uttermost, best. For atlcxv us to repeat again the people are Ins-ing interest and are commencing (o sell nml leave already. So If something is not done imnu-df- nlely flf tlio land will Come in the bands of speculators and sheep- men. This would not only cease pro- (liictlon, hnl iho families ivho liave wllliEtood all kinds of hardship, in- convenience antl -privation 'will have In vain. SHOULD HAVE PASSPORTS OTTAWA. Keb. lans (ravelling ahroad other than to the United Slates are advised to lasspor'ts from the nassport, section, iiavlinenl uf oilernal affairs. Notidcations has been re- teivcil froin tic IJritisIi em- v bassy at Washington (hat pass- s arc necres s a ry for all Canadian citizens" leaving the States for no matter what dnsllnallon. FIXING THE BLAME "Can you keep a secret. "I ran; Intt it's, just my lurk to Jell things to other girla who ton TraiiscTiiH. FOR CONSTIPATION bave stood the Itst of time. Purely vegetable WonderfulJy quick to banish headache, iodtgestfoo end to cleat up a bad complexion, GeBuiue bean PALE FACES Itidlnle t Uclc of Iron fa the Blood Carter's IronPills Will bely ihU coodUm IMPORTANT LINKS and a well-balanced diet, plus SCOTT'S EMULSION to improve the blood-quality, increase body-weight and build up resistance, are important links in the logical treatment o( in- cipient pulmonary aifectlons. Toachildoradultwithatendency to weak lungs or tender throat, brings a wealth of rich lonic-nourishmenl- A iiltleof Scotl't Eatnhion todaf may do you a world of Yfjj good tornorroH-. JJ W AHovcnc.ToTonlo, ont 15-IS Provincial Dept. of Agriculture Special Short Course Schools WILL BE HELD FROM FEBRUARY 17th to 28th Inclusive FOR THE BENEFIT OF FARMERS, FARMERS' WIVES, SONS AND DAUGHTERS AT CLARESHOLM, OLDS AND VERMILION AUSO AT COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, EDMONTON, AND GRANDE PRAIRIE. s From MARCH 3rd to 8th Inclusive THE COURSES WILL INCLUDE INSTRUCTION IN: GAS TRACTORS, SEED SELECTION, LIVE STOCK, VETER1NARV SCIENCE, SOIL CULTIVATION, POULTRY WEED CLASSIFICATION AND HOME NURSING AND DOMES- ERADICATION, TIC SCIENCE. ALSO CLASSES FOR JUDGING IN LIVE STOCK AND 8RA1N WITH CASH PRIZES. __________ THE COURSES ARE ENTIRELY FREE. EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED., Furllier particulars from: HONOURABLE DUNCAN MARSHALL, A. E. Minister of Supt. ot Schools ol Agriculture, or ALEX. GAL8RAITH, or Fairs and Institutes, Edmonton. Old WHt city jiolico mascot, Cliief pr.rMculnr pet ami iuo Con- alani companion of (be night rounds- man 5n early morning hours, was responsible for gt'ltinp six monlhs.al linrrt Inbor for Albert (laic, nltna .Mar tin, iu city police rnui'l tbia morning. On Sunrtay morning nbou1. 2.20 Con- stnble Alforil was making his rounds with old Hill. In tbo alley behind tho Oomlninn store, on Gtli SI. Hill came upon a man trying to' get tn the bach door of the building.. Old 11III grbwled and the slrflngor wlicrtf bo was, and Const, Alfnnl, tag Mniothing wrong, went in Iho alley lo investigate. The suit was thsft. Gale was tflkcn into Ho bid a mini- bpf pi wrenches, n. screjv Driver', hack puncb and A blanket spread out on iho ground ns It to bold thu s Montana's atulo raihs'ay commission bas decided dial Sweat. Grass is en- tilled to n dally train'servlcei accord' ing lo Ibo Advai-ale of Ihat place, which slnies iliat lospfctoi-a and of thfi- Cftmmi'SsIon visited Iho 'horilet cliy-last weeV, and will Order Ihc re-sioration of the sorvirr by tiie U, X. K, on February 15- H been Known, tor (Imo that Circnt Northern official.? at Great Falls were willing to restore Ibc Rpr- vice, bui U needed action on part ot tho ramvay commission to briny it about. SPECIAL WALLPAPER SALE Starting Today, 2 Weeks Only We are Selling 50c values for 25c per single roll, and 25c values for 15c Also a limilecl number of single room lots extraordinarily cheap to make room for the largest and best line'of Wallpapers ever brought in this city. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY; WELLINGTON BROS. SHERLOCK': BLDG. THE DECORATORS'