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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX Till' I.RTimnilXiK DAILY rnnni'Anv ir Xosi KHO ot Uie r r. I! in tlw %kin r- ity cf Wbilia or Then lo j. on thi' I 'river, thtn into the eity tif lUt. yf.d L'rom tru> vity liilat In a lior'.luasUrly illriviU'ii I.' (He boundary honvivn rVateiicwali Blyl jc fail i't Hilda post efl'KV. Alberta. '-ht- t'Hal lecslb of ih? line t-div.; EOMOXTOS. Feb. -.ipi'roiimately miles, ni a new Hue dfscrtl-eil n Thi- stork oi UK; i ltiTuv, llifi JoJouies rallied to a man- Canada ,Vitli the singing of Use did a ncMe pan oi whicli we as C'.m-A-; tiattonal anthem. should be proud. There are none Anniversary Services xnd in God, while another tolJ a discussion m .'of a nuRtf who continued at her work lo "ork 1IL (llt and wwoua pi hours though she had Just receir- WtfIU suggesled wtuch viU be ineoi- ed that'her only brother had grated 1J the work dunng tlie nost been killed TJw world had never months On the viestion of auE. seen like ii. Oae ot the j Ucci'lci1 to for" i-oudfeilul things was the unity of the allies. The peace of the world.! ie said, depentled on union between1 Great Britain and the United States. is no iiatioii con'.ained- In the of ail thai is sacred it tsi A our duty to do all we can 1o maintain the exhaust this union.- j pipe o! the gas engme ot tlie electric Work of Women Tii? work of the women of (he moth- er country, their sacrifices and the way they covered tiieir sorrow V.ILS most wonderful. He instanced cases ot thts vrhicb, be had intt this matter and ui'i'licatioti Dr. Ferguson said that h-j ihougbt ihtTe ivoul-i l-c DO diHiculty in getting it tlirouglu A small fire occurred at the hofel to wkh. It was a wonderful Eight, too. to see the battle fleets as one crossed (lieForth- bridge. Here tlie entaXi-r spoke c' the work oj this--arm of the Everyman's Library The aim of Every Man's Library is to provide eVtery English speaking reader, with the Great Classics of all times in his own tongue. Our Library will contain 300 of this wonderful library comprising Biography, Classics, History, Fic- tion, Oratory, Poetry, Romance and Science. To secure the largest number of members for our Library Exchange we have de- cided to change our terms of membership to as follows: membership Fee and 2 cents per day, with'-a minimum charge of 10 cents for the time each book is kept out. EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH REGISTRATION OF W-S.S. Stamps) The Dominion of Carwda offers you every safeguard (or your investment in War-Savings Affix, your W-S.S. (costing each thi: month) to Ihe Certificate provided, and ask the Postmaster at any Money- Older Office to register the stamp or stamps for The stamps are then absolutely useless to anyone but yourself. If your registered W-S.S. are lost by theft, fire, or other caiue, the interest continues to accumulate and you can obtain your money at the office where the stamps weie registered. Remember, that at the rate of interest allowed on W-S.S. four dollars would grow to in 100 years. BUY E lime you arc (cmptcd lo spend money buy Thrift Stomps instead, at 25 cenk each. Sixteen oj these on a Thrift Card rcprcstnt in the purchase of a W-S.S. light plant got and sot fir- some woodwork, ii -was fortutintely found and extinKuiilifed before any-, thing serioua developed. On. Wednesday evttvios tUe regular K- P. meeting took and Oic ilrst of a series of debater which the mem-, aers are holding, arouu'd great inter- csi. 'A uulnber of .interestiag subjects Ijteu and this feature should prove of great henr-iil. to alt. j On (lie afternoon of Wednesday; there was -A splendid gathering of la-) dies ai uie Red Cross sewing meet- j ing acid at the residence of Mrs. Bu- chanan, when the following we're sent: MtscJamcs IJoltou, Leslie, rMedd, j Saunderson. tfejifcw, Xoble, CodreTi, Collins. McDowell, Charter and .Misses BenoEt and Berg- strom. Mrs. Huchauan, assisted by enteriaJned the ladies a delightful tea intfcwor of her bitth- Uay. The girls' club lAanntng an "At Home" to be UcKi in the school on Tuesday, Feb. ivhen there will be a iirograni and refreshraents. Kvory. i body is cordially invited, the admis- sion being fifty cems'. 'Messrs. Harris and 'Hosaiter of hltford, have two nnd a (juarter i section-) of l.iml fn this district duriag tho past at w'wtrs from 5nl> to i onld-bc liitgniita tietij not go afield {now to ste ihnir lawyer, us we have one tailing us every Hattirday. i iiiay IK c'JiisuHed here on that clay at (he offices of Messrs; Harris and ItCfniU-f. j Tlie box scchil licit! in tby 1C. I'. I hall last FridEiy a huge succt-hs I and ever) body reports ;i deHghEful time. s anctioncd by j Mr. Uan-ip. -Vr. KJierer acting BS t f'lerk, iintl the splRndirt sum of vSi.OO S was Tealized. The dialogue given liy Messrs, Swallts ami Hncbanan amusement. Other Items on program were a recitation by Mrs. Uozarth nnd piano solo by Mr. Van i J The pupils of the senior room of the school wtrc given an uncxpccitiil treat on 'Monday when Mr. HdwarAa ivho Is slaying in the neighborhood, gave an i _ Interesting talk t-ii a voyago to Aws-' J Mr. Kilwarrlji, who was until recently teaching in Calgary, laJc- ly rtturned from cuch a voyage matlo; in the intcreslK liEs healtb, j The members of (he Women's Insti- tute arc reminded that Ute next meet- j ing be hcM on Thursday, Feb. (at the home of Ms-, Gilbert oC WhHo j They ary asXecl to assemble at 1 tlie office fit that afternoon las cars will Ije provided for Ihc-Jour-; At (iie Roil Cross business meeting helrj on Tuesday evening Mrs, J. Har- ris was Circled as delegate to the sn- nual bs held In Calgary next week, Thtf J.atlieti' AM will maol at threu o'clock on Thursday neit al llio homo of Ho7arOi. They win fornmcrir-F! work on artldtn for the sale of work (o he lie-It! In the near" future and'a ftUciirlance ifl looked for. TRANSPORTATION CRISIS PAULS, Felj, the course of a Uiwustfion in the cham- ber of deputies yesterday on the fifgh coat of living, Jnlfcs CeU, umlcr-attre- tary oT the navy, declare'! lhal Uie transporiytion crisis was guadnipled in of bad, qualily o( coal ot We have put in a Big Stock of all the Best Varieties of SEED -'In both Vegetable and Flower We have procured our stock from the mosl reliable seed houses in Canada and United States and this puts us in a position to guarantee to you that our are as good and in many, instances better than you can procure by ordering from catalogues. You can buy youv from us by the package, ounce or pound at the same prices as are quoted in any Catalogue. By getting your from us you can purchase them as you require triern and our having had years of experience in growing both Flowers and Vegetables we are pleased to ad- vise our customers what Varieties do the best in this climate and to offer the best methods for sowing and growing si We are now centrally located and intend lo give this branch of our business our best attention and can serve the SEED T with the Best Seed and in an UP-TO-DATE manner. Buy Your Seeds from The Home Seedsmen P.O. BOX 604 THIRD AVE, S. PHONE 577 ;