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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta l-lfllUY, ri'imrAUY 21, 19111 11 utt'imwniiK DAILY PAGE Matters of Importance to Come at Hoard of Trade mwm Word Comes That Noted Lsth bridge Unit is Now at Witley Camp Oa Monday uoxl the railway com- ivUI.Md a here, the first lo bo ht'iil iiv Uthbridgc since b.-fJte the war. Sir Hi of thu consul) hen.-, ynd along '.vim Mm will Ur. mitherft'Til, O.'M.G. who was ret'Mitly H-iiu'iLled to tin; ll is the proa- out iuti-utton to huld th.o scirfioiia In tfie of Trade building, Uelt't'juions have- already signified 1'ieir iiuctiUim to from Cardsttm, Ha.vnumd ;iuil Resolutions are als') beint; other t'H'oc-ially t'ie branch, iyj far nothing lias heard from tho Foremost line Vi'hwtlnir or not appear'from llitU Ifnc 1 is due to bavo- home corning soou, for the boyfi of tlifc' Ratltry are on Ihi-lr iy Uraytuu. i way. Mr. Kilmer, (aih'-r of Lieut. iim. will le Fnuik Kilmer, of the li'Jth re- ceived "ivord this morning by pnblo from Ills son thai ihtfy li-jil arrived Speciitl Committees for Being Heavtl in Supreme froyi Fruit CD and ar" now fUtloneil at camp. '0 wf 11 know it lo EO niauy of the boys vi'ho luvn tcpn across. This would to indicate that the boys are now returning hv unHj, commencing with the of tho Srd Division, of wfaicri the :wih is ;i unit. It is the troops and 1 of this division will stan to tall i" del. ration will j about two lime, in wliltli caso line for Iwt-jtlio may be creeled back txbout Various Features of Cam- paign At a mcfcCJUR of tlio t.-ttecjal i leo Ol tho LcMibrlilKti Tjjrifi held ihuiR for tiiC forihcomhitf Chairnian S. S. A. MinsEfefs at the Mije tic TJieatre for a matinee ami evcnins li lie In Lelhtridgp, tlia CO per formers who show li) nl! it setting, .there iril! be 25 o in'flre of. Iho Calgary Rotary Club who Hrc coming down to get better qtiafntel mth the put tho.Olonte Carlo'-tflrnlval here fall. Arrangements 'are being made Inr.a street iiaraile, and full houses at liotli pertonnances are ox- IiRcteil. The jCnlgnrj-. Rotary Mln- -Etrela are no ordinary amateur formers. Splenrtid stpging taleiiL ib to lie found in their big club ol over members. This :a the year [bey liavc had a minstrel show, and on fevery occasion on vr'nich they havti apliearcij at Grand in Calgan they-have hail capacity Iioii9e3, are tlie hoys who raised, the money both last year and the year boforo with which the Cnljrary Holariaiis en j tnrlainetl tlic Kiddies at over 2000 being en ItcrlHTAM each yc-nr. Their whole jier j ionnance Is said by many Let hand people who attended last month to I have been cqnnl to any iiany lo visit 1 .elhbridge in 20 aiut thcj Iccftl club feels assured of monster crowds. going on the question of insurance, saying? i that it ivas one tire most sacred gust when Great, Hritain decided to thities of nian to provide Tor those stand by Belgium, giving a word pic- pending on him. No man should turp uf Vho conditions up to the time lect to make provision for his of signing the armistice on November ones. It dscs away.for the .necessity II, paying'a high tribute lo the calling in tlie neighbors to-do the nerftil valor, of tho Canadian thins lie should have attended to. and outlining his conception of a peace Ltrother Sw.iiles, of Nohlcrord, epakn based1 on equality, and jus-1 on fraternal ism, pointing out Ja his re- tice_ marks the. great part .that all friiter- Brotlier. W. A. I.eavitt.was the next nal societies had. playej in preparing speaker taking as his the the human mind for such Uioiightis.aR the home. The speaker divelt universal brotherhood and_peacq. The program which followed was one of ihe ever put forward un- der the auspices of the order of the Knights of 1'yiliias, consisting ct vocal selections by Mr. (Jeorge Fleming and fl. Kilner. Musical selections by Sir. iM: Rygg T. Ccbeda, and dra- matic sketches by Mr. Bennett The High River Jazz Orchestra certainly lived up to their name as first-class entertainers. The eel tb rat Ion came to a close at 12 p.m. with the einging ,ot-'tlip- Xa- iiopal Anthem. A large Ratheving assenibletl at tho Pylhian Hall on U'ednesdny cvenliiK. Kcbruary wlicn Lelh- briilgo I.odgp, No- celebrated. Hie anniversary of Ihe origin of the orler. The took tfio form ot a concert, when ssima, spccrh- ea and wore in a enjoyable manner. Hfs .ludgu Jitckpon address- ed Iho gaUirrhg on the stilijnrt of Canadian rilizf-iship, pointing out tlic necessity for i3u? spirit of national unity. The siinafcer menUoiiG'l every in an in Canada should feel i proud of the diJtlnctlon of being jljiiown as 11 Cannrlian. Thtvc is mi room Jn Canada totby for (lie hyphen- ated rUfzen. The rpenknr also cani- j merited on the work of fraternal or- ganizations in aiding lo build up n higher slnnilard of ami n' truo. roncrp'.ion of palrioliHtn. Me .skt'd the of all {ratnrnal lo assist In DIG greii work of reronsinu.iilpii. No man knows j exactly wlirit ha 11 KOS will lake plavfi in the eyatetn of society. Unl every J Observer realizes essential. BrcJher It. Hurrowrmin, PECIAL for Saturday Mutton, and Fresh Killed Grain Fed Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Chickens and .Fowl .Always on Hand New Laid Eggs Experimental Farm, 55c Per Drzen CALL AND INSPECT OUR LINE OF FRESH AND SMOKED FISH Before Buying Elsewhere MEAT DELANYS ;