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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 u: live budget of news OUR ^IJL�uest� of Jake SchlU and family. � Mrs. Rlslnger and Mrs. Wardon did Chopping In New Dayton Wednesday. Mr. Kelley called on W. U Morri-oal Sunday evening. George Rusk and wife returned home from J>thbridge.Monday. Mrs. Candy spent Wednesday and Thursday In LiCthbridge. Mr. Jones left, for Idaho Wednes-. (flay. John Foralin Is entertaining company this week. * The measle epidemic has almost ceased and the children are gradually recovering. School will commence again next week. Lean' V'allos has been helping iii the store of Bower and Wek during the absence of Cnrl AVek on his hone,vmoon. The livery barn helongin.i? to Jos. Carter has changed hands and is now being run by Pete Jenken. A special train was run from Leth-bridge to Elzikom by lUo 1. O. O. F., and a delegation joined the train here and accompanied the brethren. Mr. I>. R. �y'ales of Warner, �was a visitor here last week and was very pleased with the prosp^ects of future business. ^ ^ Mrs. Fi'ank Gilmour has returned from her visit to Calgary. Frank JIacXeil has returned from his visit to Ontario and reports that be was very pleased to get back on his farm near Faith. Geo. R. Anderson was in from 3-10 this week and was surprised at the alterations in the town since he was here last. GRASSY LAIvE (From Our Own Correspondent) Grassy L.ake, Feb. S.-Mr. and Mjs. John Searle left Thursday for Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Johnston returned this week from Victoria, B.C., where they visited a month. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Watson were in Lethbrldge Thursday and Frljiay, J. J. McLelland of Purple Springs, reeve of Euleka municipality, was-In town Monday afternoon; Dr. Ferguson of Calgary, superintendent of Homo Jlissionii for Southern !&lberta, was in town Wednesday and met with the official board of the local Presbyterian church, Wednesday evening to transact buaiuess for the, ensuing year. ^ Messrs. Tom. and Alex. Walker and Ed. James returned on Wednesday from their trip to the coast. Mrs. H. E. Shands and Mrs. R. E. Weir were in Lethbrldge Tuesday... .Mr. and >rrs. W. Bishop who have been Visiting relatives in' Xova Scotia for over a month returned home Tuesday. ' There will be held in Perry hall on Va!enti:ie's night, a Red Cross dance. A good orchestra will be sec.ured and a big crowd is anticipated. D. Burns returned Thursday from Vancouver. feople of town and suri-ounc^ ng district are receiving these days what is known in this country as "The Western Bible," Eaton's catalogue. The days of our'^severely cold weather are over and we are once more enjoying a balmy Chinook, which,took away most of the snow, Robt. McLachlan was a business visitor in Edmonton this week. y Mr. and Mrs. P. t^arnilhors a id daughter Margaret, �t"rnod lluus-day from Barrie. Out. where they spent the winter.. . Mr. atid Mrs. O. AV. Larsen have returned from a trip to Chicago and points in North Dakota. HAS NASIYACCM two. Dr. Lafferty wa/ sent down by "the provincial department of health to make an investigation, as there is no doctor here at present. F..S. Loftingwell returned from n month spent in the States, and left for Edmonton on Moctlay., P. It, McKonzie /was removed to Tiethbridge for medical treatir..eTta hotel, have gdne.to vf'efnie, p.C, whore they win go info the hotei-'business agtyii-. A .A. Sparks of; t^i'e Cosmopolitan, Blairrabre's oldest hotel man, will remain In town 'for an indefinite period. New York, Feb. 8.-A regiment ."of tosvlcts, recruited from the; GODOlh-mates ui* tho-city's penal institution's, will bo otCctbi} to the goverii,tn6rit should the president l!>R. (Sec al� Closed Cars) Overland and Willys-Knightl r Closed Ccrsy . % 9101 Roadster, 104-m. wheelbase ... , Tourinir, 106-in. wheelbase......S 930 &port Model-Country Club-(Illustrated) $1050 Roadster, 112-in. wheelba�c . .   |"70 Touring, 112-in. wheelbase-(Illustrated) . $1190 iSeealio.CioieaCar*) WiUys-Overland, Ud. Head Office arid Works West Torpnto, Canada Over and Big Four Coupe, llft-jn. wheelbaie S1760 Oyer and Big Four Sedan,. liiZ-in. wheellMtse �203O Over and Light Six Coupe, 116-in. wheelbase $1040 Overland LightSix Sedan,Ua-in. wheelbespl 12220 J^jjW-KnightPoi^^^^^ vheelbase $2730 " All priceBl.oSlj. Toronto andBubj