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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I t      4p ^   * TO-E�TArfLI�H 'iKiiOHT OF E00� v .Thorouf^-^ lieorganizatipn' of th�. Branch takes Pl^ce- . Mucht Work; Dftne v aa not dolBi ItBeK Justite lindeV the old order of tlilngB as, they were; io the Kod "&inikin�;V ,the god of thtngB a* thojr ought to'b�ii has been iet'in-fltead'and will be'trltf*out^�'''A general meetlnt ufas called at which there wau prei>6n)ler�ncB'^t'tlTe t^lr aes, ro"^ on this wcaalon^ the, ladies led off by forming Crxioli|mHi�e.. to .be caUed  the / Central-JiMlaf 'domrinltteB, wltb^ipowor (o foriii;.iiib*jpomitt(ttee8 for any.pur-Boae tor.~Ktr,lbution Com-f rnlttee oBhBlptJntt"ot.^IrB. Martin Wolf (convenor), Mra.i John Holmes, Mrs. A. A. MsM.'I1. 15 liandages ' ?0, B.P covirp ^0, I*-P.' bagi(' 60, socks prs. 1? quilts % piyj.' \ Irpuaers 2, dressing gowiiB 2,1 To�ia36S..."It la.the intention. ;of the OBotBmKtep to inake two ahipmentaiier^ ml^nth; No doubt ^here 1^111 beasme -rivalry between the dlf- � ferenV aewlBcrClabaes and .:organtza-tionB.aa'ta'.whJlch qan do. Uio most In a glveij'tljBB, and vtc shall bja^glad to record t,he dedUlis of a race, if there is one started.'/ Men/Arai Buay, Teo Now It'J�im�t':be supposed from the above th*t .tlie Gardjton men.were not doing aaj;thlng,. but though they were In atj^rtlng.-and alibweil ; start . , - .the men ho^e; to: njake ' up '' some ,' lost ground. 'AS t^e'meeting, at wlUch* the ladles got started-did not materlali/.o very Ijeavily In JBen,' It was voted to call anopter ine'etlhg'^for the slower sex, and give t)iein, another chance So a aecond^meeting'ot .'..men. only," was called, VTherej were Jjresenf., Re\'. J M.. Ke)lo(llc,. l^BBBra. F: Best, D. B. Hmwio,/ PA.Vi lOavers, 'M. A C;oombB,..B, B{ Coqk, r.. W. Atkins, B F. fiamb.'-W.^H. Caldwell, C. W. purt, S. H. N�I�on^{E3,i:;> Church and B.rN Barker, .ereiBrf)^'  ^Tbis meetliig ;fOfmed itself Into a committee qa (|Ml)oe.' to collect hard /:aBh. tQ^uyi^'aupPllea. tor the T^orX rppms mjiH ;tp 'Ao aufthlng,, else; that may presmjt1t��|lf'|o help on the cauee. Thought^);eI,'(jo}B|if|ttee has been .in existeqce'qnly'a;.WMk, over oaevhun dred 4Bd',fltty;tu)l)r paldvpnew mem bers bave been inhered In from all over thB;?dlBtrlct.^" The new members - are .expffstad |to bring In other meim^ bers; u4 troin'� aort 'bf endleaa, ch aln until ll.'BOspible.Mre brought Into the fold BDil'OfBtrit^ntf their quota to the /.Ottawa, Feb. ll^.^t was ^tat. �d that^t the Bpproachlnr seBot ^.wood 1^,cubic feet. > Man^' Sociai EveiiW in th? Town --�Carload Hora^ irironght in By DeallSw / (From' Oiir Own Oorrcspo'nd^n D Bow IsIaAd, AIt�i, Feb. 14. - All members of the Women'r Institute are I'ominded of the ra;9etlng being held In the rest room. Saturday Bfternoon. Several matters of extreme'lmiiortance lire to bo diBcuBBed'. Mesdames Taylor, James and McOregor'are the hos-toSijes.,  �,, �.�"""^ � int the imBnt^of; sewing made iMJJtleeB wffi-.. pyj. BultB doing aaythlnp,. but though tney W' a Lrlfle'jflOW In starting, jand allow ft^^ thfiaaitjB^bW.awii'r'to tcfiyinfe sti K there are WBry'eVlflent signs that. ' as thbn��)i fi>b�pr-Wl"" ^"^ hetore ub in thj8%|�eat n�e�M�ry �>� all-em braclnp o|\�e. >J�|lf�x Relief 'i;he- mjiyor^ W-lF- *'ltcher,-advl3e8 a apla4jm''Xo�i),trlifUtton from. Spring Conim9ltftt:-pttcSii�t*x ,Re�ef.,Pund ent forwirfTby^ibB local BBcretary. Mr.^ K.^llMIiniff !in'coimeotiefi.with the ieuo^lltrlQt Ko-rlTBAioBiM'V^tB^:,reported wiib our iBariu^fet ta^one ih� less wereome and �|w iS�yorU|il4h>y ajpreclittve 6f the! e�qrtpmM*^IP >� Can- ada'a; sai^l^y. Btelplfetf city ./ The amountr*^ (n from thie' one dla triot-l* m?,W'�iwlta a very iberal '*?!'^''ThrWBm#n�a InatUute AyHrf'miiitUM mi wall attended meeiiUi'fU KBM-.Hor February at t'he UBuBl^finiBiahdi-place. The chief topic was'-�|Me�din||()/timely in view of the war coBdUlona.* "The Care of Poul-try"-.a�dJi IbW *I��l|e'.r Mrs. p.. D. , Weeba^^uTB.aiVejry able presentation 6t Ihaiumbt;-.The value of this con trIbutlpB tpt)|t RuWeot wa8 made ap areBtibr thfrfflliMlt thatit be for-war(��i:to-,tbA W>tV>n �^ ^- '�reatifr'foMiprp4Qction was th^ 0e OB8trbtlpii''ujfQnVth�jpooking aad ci ning.frt m^�t^^,^;/ftbi5.preBitopt, Mrs. riBcfii^ilQtaBolfbribe laAteB it � V.f6k i the "Cboking of iMitB.bB'fflvea shortly 'and ..._^,_^�� was'iirgr�#tVaitcMiB' andw naat^.aum winnhig � A � ifjtear4.*� .Trade. :.v.-... " - ilnesBVmen >aRBfer resV*l,v.'il* W� (iliei BMeting.;;ah'd )a(rgefaNeM�>>�> aijw,.,Qttlc|i'jp��tl>lf)i�d later. v^r�Mr. and Mral George B. WylUe, Rosemount, in the I089 of thelrrdaughteKTBessle, who passed'.away In tl^e Medicine Hat hospital, on the.lZth Irist. 'The funeral was conaucted;'from tlie taihilly residence on .Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. B. H. AVtoot was a vlBltbi: to Medicine Hat onHVedniBsday. The many friends In this district of Ooorgo Bwing, Taher, wilt be pleased to' loiirn of his recent promotion to manager of 'the Fort William branch be.the Canadian.Banlc otCommkrce., -Jas. W.^Roid; spent MondayJn Me-dicinaliat. ... ;;Mr..and'Mr8:: S".' J. Henderson liave roturned^fiom,JSdmdritoh:.'where' Mr. Henderson attended the convention ut munioipalitleB. .'^Mr. and'Mrs. Henderson were the. week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Henderson, IjOthbrldge. , Mrrf, Hoi^ardTMurray, LouckS street, entertained' tbe Ladles Aid of the United church at her home oh Thursday afternoon. ' ' Miss May Connor was the gueat oC Mrs. 13. H.WlImot, Broadway, 6n "Wed: nesday. ' W. h. Irtriich spfenf the' w�fek-ertd' in Medicine Hat. ; : ' . U/E. Beattle, provincial Ifceni^ inspector, spent the weok-en'd with his family here.  A/^Soeial The social held in the United church, Lethbridge avenue,, on %Ylday evening, under. the  auapices of- the Young People's Parliamont, ^as a huge auccBBB. Immedtately following the program a deliclona lunch was served, provided by the IJadies' Aid of tlie Churdh. A sliver collection Waa taken ' "cKioiti Our Cfwn ConoHOondcnl) Magrath, r^fib, ].'?-Tho'annual meeting of the, Magrath Trading ..Rogers, of Maclood, as havlnB>  died of .Wounds. Sergt. Marsh  of Taber, Hbb been gassed. - * � 4r � � � � 0 � * o � � PAGE SBVEN Mrs. Earl Harlter entertained a number of little folks on Friday aftcr-rmoon In honor of her little son's birthday.' She was aselsted in entertain- ing by,Mr3..J. H. Bridge, j. Good Work Somelimeiig^.the school boys under direction of Principal Mercer, gathered up a number - of wagon loads ot scrap iron ahd; plied It near tlio station awaiting word to ship It to Red-clltfe iwhe^-e It will be used jind the moAey-used VpJ- the Red Cros.s. On Saturday Iqst it waa loaded onto cars jready for shipment. Several young men of the town were asked by R. W. Bradahaw,,president of the Red CroBi, to help the boys load the iron as some of the.pleitiea were too heayy for tho boys. "The local society wish to thapk those who helped during the day but those young men who absolutely ro-fU8e4 to asslBt in tho work are not ve'ry patriotic citizens. � Farewell Party �TPte. /Leo Coleman has been here visiting h^ parents tor a few days. Ha .'has been In training'in Calgary and (leaves,^ next, week tor overeeas. On ,t)ie Bve of his dep'arture a very nice /amtly party was held in honor of h^ It the home of his brother Alvers. A nuniber of Megrath people attend- (Frbm Our Own Correspondent) Macleod,' Fob. 13.-Tho ontortiiln-mont given Inatho Empress Theatre last evening in aid of tli� Red Cross funds, by the pupils ot Mrs. Kerr-Soy-mour assisted by other local talent, was a most decided and enjoyable success, 'Ooth as.regards monetary considerations and excellency ot program.  The entertainment consisted ot the operetta, "Princess Snow-White and-the Seven Dwarfs" and the rendering of the parts-was high class in eTOry particular. Without detracting from the excellent manner in which all parts were taken, special mention might be mude of the ability shown by Mrs. James Young as "the Queen," Miss Margaret � * .niel. The .Qerman .positions  were entered up to the third  line and rpany defenneB and > shelters were destroyed.  I. � � � ed the, regular quarterly conference of the TaHor stake held at R&ymohd on Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ira P^letcher entertained about 14 little tots on Monday afternoon at a little birthday party In honor of ;her little son Elmo. . � ' ^ , Mlsa Lavbh,, Chlpman entertained' a number dt her little friends at a birthday party last week. At the close ot the party all the guests were taken to. the. movies. �'. HISTORIC CHURCH BURNS Quel)Gc, Feb. 13.-The historic church^ of St. Voix, near Quebec, rich in relics dating as far back as the first days 6V Ite colony, was entirely destroyed by fire this morning. . > , Watson as "Princo Charming," Mlsa Vera ' Nenson a.i "Princess Snow-WKIte:*' Professionals could hardly have imprbvod on.these artists. In tho "Dance of the Fairies" tho little folks aU. excelled thoraBelvob, and showed the amount,'ot patience and ability with which they had been trained and practiced. Miss ForgUBon In this scene exhibited rare ability as also in her rendering ot "Joan ot Arc/* The cDstnraes prepared'by\ the ladies ot the Rod Cross were magniticent and suited Vhe^several parts perfectly. Jlrs Kerr^Beyniour was assisted In the preparation and, practicing by Mr. Sinter to whom much credit la due. The proceeds which go- to the funds ot I'lie lied Cross were Veil over the 'three hundrfid dollar mark. 4 Red'Oraa8.vi;A4ttla*-(oe8.on we hope, when s avbfetaptial aumwas realized in to haVB^farmpn�iio record and It looks aid of the Armenian Bielief Fund. E. 0.\-^ateinaB'6t the Bank 6f B.N.A. staff, Macleod, spent ,the week-end with his'parents, Mr. and Mra. Wm. A. Batenian. > v . 'Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Roberts havB returned home from Edmonton. The maay friends-of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Depew wUl regret to learn that their spn,:,A. Depew, accidentally had hit leg broken on Mondajr. Mr. Riate has purchased the water buBineBB recently operatedf by Mr. R. li. McGregor.' , � j^.MiasmBnilBi^ot ,the teaching Btatt, was the #�fi(;.eBd guest of'Mrs. T. B, I^ands, SuBBrrale.' - Charlet Y McDougall, cattle \buyer; .pent Tueadg. fin ^th$^ylp|BHy.^ ,(  MBBir�.3VD;:Smlih and f! W. Tay-lo> haTar,lrbairn,' who ^oentlr'ritarnad 'mm their .honey-modn"'trlp^o.8BattlB: have fiaken up residence oft t%�TBwlar estate, J^am(\B ^al'At m: ..the i�B-in fhall-rt'bythe bv charge itlpw.-'. B^bad-^, lUfnfChi-mp,%9.^ihe Imper. lal OllXojppjbiiy,., wttl 'spend $70,000 building ho9eB^for',tjfflr hurried em-ployeets here'%liia(>iinrJIOK"oo .proiierty iwm'f'',.pla�*.1.-;;.^'i\ serviBg^t flttbtf " wiiy/wb^TwafS'^ cage, Taaebail.Jbpnm � for ..:..... Regubr S8.50, $9.50 and^lO.OO for $7,95 . Trunlck, R^hir$12.00, for $8.50^^ .tnuks, Regidakr $10.00, for . //r.. $6^5 Men s Pants . Men's Cordivoy Panto. Reg. $7.50, foi^i4.95 M�i'|tord�r^ Pinto. Reg. $7.00,if^$4.S|l ? Men's Serge Pants. Regular $6^$0,