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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAfUBDAY. KRBHIIARY 23, 1018 TMB LETHBRIDGB TjKTI.y HRnALD, PAGE SEVEN Has Motor Van For Children-Valentine Dance-Red Cross Work ' (KromOur Own CorrcHpomlent) Clinniplon, Fob. 21.-The Inst Uort Cross worjc moCtlns wna lioUl ilt the homo ot. Mr%, J.' Harper. Sowing Roil Cross irarments ami krtlttliig rocUb for our soldiers Wns the order the day, A number of women who are not �blo to atlond tlio wookly sewing soaslon Vflry regularly nro onllalhigln the Unit. tInK.clrcIo nnrt doing snlenrtld work In tills oonnoctlon. A Junior depnrlmeut hiiH boon inaugurnled by the proBlrtent whereby tho boys and girls of the commu|ilty are enabled to do theii-bit (or tbc Uod Cross society. The losal branch is still In neefi ot two or tUreb machines. The Ladles'' Aid meets at teh home of Mrs, George Stoddard on Thursday afternoon ne.\t. Institute Valentine Dance The Institute's Valentino danco last Thursday w^s a huge success from every point of view. Much credit is duo the ladles foHlielr practical management and artistic taste by way o� decorations. The music supplied by tlio Champion orcKfeatra was excellent. One and all report a jolly.good "time. Kvangellst Barton arrlvod In Champion Friday and started in his campaign same evening. The musical progrom provided by Mrs. Simons was n rare treat. Mr. Barton preached a fine sermon on "The Mysterious Finger." 'V Interest In the Red and Blue contest still increases. The Blues brought in Buven now pupils last Sunday. This � places the Blues ahead by two. Sam Ulrich returned' last Wednes- day ftftijr spending the winter In Call-fornln. , �: Ah iiopkfns our jkopulnr auclloneor lias Just rotufne'd aftei- an ektonded visit to California. Ooorglo Kd wards alter�recovering from an attack,of pneumonia contract, ed pleurisy lnstAceouhtaiit>Jn.Chiirfe, ' > 13th St. North. 4th Avenue South.  ( Coklhunt. 13) Co-oii?rative ; Accounflriwe%krliW''^ of.Husband and Wife, FatherandSoh, ferttlierjind : ?(tf\er,^an deposlt-ot; wl^draw ^9ney1ati*Jat ind^ ik thejjltite^esj iaccrufeisto tHe creiiit of bpth.' ^'^ f l^tTHeRIOOe BRANCH - > - F. W. NICHttuSON, Marmger cWRoatON" BRANCH . . f. v. Cver., ManaoT ^^^"ON?    > . J. BiMkwitfit Man.8., (From Our Own Corredpondent) 'Bow Islanil, Feb, 22,-Notwithstanding the Inclcmoncy ol the weather a large number were present at thu whist drive and muslcalo given by the local Red Cross society In the I,O,0,l'^, hall last Thursday evening. Much credit Is duo tho entertaining committee of tho. society for their excellent work.' in preparing tho delightful program, Mrs. \V, A, aatoman and Mrs. J, I-I. Pater,son and Mr, Wilfred Honder-son delighted the audience with several well rendered songs which won for thoin persistent applause, Mas-tors Johnny llushworth and ,Tlnimy Stewart recited several recltatlona with splendid emphasis and were loudly applauded, ,After the whist drive the following prizes wore awarded: First prize, ladies, Mrs, V. W, Brown, Gentleman, A, Dulmage, Consilallon, ladles, Mrs. O, C, Oriclc. Gentleman, Mr, Kleutsche, Before serving refreshments an auBtion was hold ot donated articles, Mr, Darling buying the pedestal, Tho occasion was thoroughly enjoyed and additional Batiafaction was expressed when it was made linown that the sum of $!1,50 was available for tho fund of the Red Cross society, Mr, W, E, Shwam�-ot Vancouver was a visilor here on Wednesday, Messrs. Held, Stewart, Stone and B. Thompson are attending the bonspiel in Lothbridge tills '^eek, Mr, F, n, Harris, ol Calgary spent Friday In town, A large social and concert is being presented at the Elite Theatre on Tuesday, March 5th. Mr, John Hamm, .Tr., ot Grandlca, has purchased the farm of Mr, A, E, Kendall in that district, Mr. Kendall is holding a sale of his farm machinery and-stock and expects to leave with his family tor the states In the course ot a few. weeks. Mr. Walter Schonert has leased his farm southeast of towii to Mr. Arthurs.. Mr, and Mrs, T, B, Little are receiving congratulations on tho birth ot a son born at the Medicine Hat hospital, Feb, 15, Mr. Miller has purchased a horae from Jlr, S, Nikolas, Mr, .Muller ot Calgary spent the woek-end here completing final' arrangements tor the sale ot two carloads of horses to be sold at tho Brat-tons stables at an early date. The Tloes'pro-vailed, one team'belnsBOldV for $635 ' Social Event 'Ah enjpyable spci^l ev^ntcamo^J^^tUe junlbi'.'sej;'tbok place 'on'AYedhestVay evohlhg af the home oi Mrs. Hurlbut, Heber street, where a'large number of young people spent a delightful evening. The party took the form ot a brldarshower in compliment to Miss Nettie Spence whose, marriage to Mr, Charles Fowler took place in.. Medicine Hat this week. Tlie popular bride-elect found herself surrounded by a large circle of friends who be slowed many beautiful gifts upon her. The evening was pleasantly spent at cards and music. Before the guests departed a dainty .lunchoon wa~s sery. od by the hostess. >> ' Miss Hamm,, who hak been visiting her parents, has returned to hor abhool in the Taber district. Mr, Arthur IN.^'SjJrlnglo has purohail' od a new.Overland, - Mr, and Mrs,iArt (Jdrrlsbn bjf. Suiihy; vale have "rabved Intd tbwni,,t,o' i^esido^ Mrs, Prod Henderson who has been" tho'guest p� hor daughters, Mrs; J. N Henderson, I^thbridige, for the, past 14 days returned.bopio.dnfTuesday. Mr, Mike HairrlnKtbh 'arid ^family, who are at presort; visiting In the States expect^ to rofurn to this district ,at an early date as they liavereniQii' the farm ot Nr. B.B.Louks, northeast o� town. School Burned (From Our Own Con-coponilonl) Nohletord, � Fob. li',!.-During this month the local Red Cross branch has rocQived from the Whiio Lako diatrict per Mrs, Oflbert, 7 opbraiing socks, 1 nurses apron, IG nur.scs .sleeves, 12 personal property bags, 1 day shirt, 12 Iiandkercliiefs,. and from ,Mr.=?. Burns, 10, towels, ahjl 10 abdominal binders. ForiTlip Farmers Mr, C, Mog6nson of ilic Independent iiilovator liere placed a Itcd Cro.ss box in the elevator duriiiK tho threshing season so that tho fiinr.f.-rs could do nato soAe of their surpiu,-) wheat to a good cause. So siUTi's.'iful was llihi that the sum of f55.i;7 lias boon turned over to the Red Cro.s.s fund.s. The branch iiero tender,? to Mr. Mogenson and tho farmers its iie.nrUe.qt lliank.s for helping to make the wheat box a success. Buy Sewing Machine At tho regular rtioiitlily meeting of the Red Cross here tlin other day it was decided to purciiasu a sewing machine tor the use ot the sewing circle. It was also decided to a donation ot 100 to the provincial branch of tho order at Calgary. Rev. J. T. Ferguson, .superintendent ot the Southbrn Alberta missions for the Presbyterian church was a visitor hero last Friday. Mr. and.Mrs. J. H. ^^cod and family arrived home, from their visit to the States on Saturday. Opening of Church Rev. Dr. Ferguson was present at a meeting ot tho board of managers of tho churcli on Friday evening vyhen plan,"? were, niado for tho opening and dedication of the now church. As tho building committee has decided to finish ilio haaemenl it was thought that it would be best to wait a.few weeks unWi the whole.of tho building wn.s complete before holding the dedication scrvlco.-'and tho date fixed on was .March 10th. In tho morning there will bo hold.: the formal dedication of the church tlib following liolng tho program.' IJOjcology Prayer ot Invocation, llev. 'J/A. Leiilo, Old Testament Lesson, Address tp children, Mr. W. C, ,\Iarsh; Solo,'' Hymn, Sermqn Dr, Ferguson; Prayer ot thanksgiving, Intercession, Hymn, Bondictlon and National Anthem. In tho evening it la expected that tho llev. Mr. lUirns of Lcth-bridgo will bo present to take the scr-icc. On the Monday evening a social will be held a good program ot music etc.. ha.s been arranged and light ro-froshmcntl will bo served tiy the members of tho Ladles' Aid. Tho chairman being Mr. C. S. Koblo. Tho second. Sunday services will also bo ot a special character, and exchange ot ministers being arranged for. To all tho south of town was burned dow'n.  Women's Institute . Tho regular monthly meeting ot the Women's Institute held on Saturday afternoon was largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed by al^ present. The program was thoroughly enjoyable and a large amount ot work was accom pllslied for the ReiLCro.^s society. Tho local. Institute la to be represented at the convention being held tho first week of March in ICdniontou by 3\Irs K. C. Ludtke and' Mrs. Albert Whitney Members are requested to be present at tho next meeting being hold on March 16th, when an interesting program win bo presented. ' ."Mr. Suilmester returned on Thurs day from a trip to Victoria, B,G, Mr, and Mrs. Herman Smith re turned yesterday after a visit with relatives in Lethbrirtgc. Miss Smith, the popular school teach er of the south country, has accepted the posltibn of tSaclicr ot the Bar U school for the coriilftg term. ;Dr, Langrass has rented the farm known as tho Page farm tor the coming year. In Memorlam-Mrs. Adams On Thursday there passed out. from under tho condition ot things physical the s&Tal ot one bt our bravest and most popular citizens. Mrs. Adams who has been staying" with her daughter, Mrs MaoWillinms for thb past'few yettrs lias a largo circle, of friends. Her genial disposition and wonderful - affection drew all who-knew her-ito ner with, closest bonds of affection. Her unwavering faith and firm courage .were a source of. inspiration and Strength to all her friends. Although she, has suffered greatly by her phy-gip.al- weakness she was always brave of heart and unraiirmlirlng. Family service will be held at the home of IWr. and Mrs. .AlacWllliams today at 2:30 o'clock. Mr, and-Mrs. MacWil-llaras wiir a'ccompany the remains to the States where burial will take place. a hearty invitation who live In tho village and surrounding districts. Mr. C. S. Noble paid a short business visit to Calgary this week, -New Garage Work has boon proceeding on the erection of. tho new garage this week and ,lt Ifl'fiobh expected to bo In going order agaih.' .The gas pump and tank has also been'moved to'it's,', new location: ; : , , Tho committee of tho KiP.'s nre.put. ting on a dance every wooTt If pogMblo and tho first of ..tho.'ie was. hold last night. A'good company bolng out. � TKodfaylng biislrtesa herarwhicli iias' been run Ydtsbme: time.by. Gfbpii. Hndi Spoeh was sold.this week to H.iShbrer. It is also understood that Mr. Sharer has' bought'out the'Huat.dray line as' well. - � � -� Hev. J. A. Leslie was In Lethbridge" Tuesday and Wednesda'y attexjding the Presbytery meetings. W. N. Dalglelsh and family moved here last weeicend from Carmangay. J. T. Harper of Champion was a business visitor here last .Monday. Red Cross Meeting The usual weekly meeting ot the iRed Cross society was held at the services the session and board extend homo of Mrs. Buchanan on Wednesday last, 11 ladies being present and a, large amount of work was completed. The ladles ot this district arc very enthusiastic over tho work of tho Red Cross and nro to be congratulated upon thblr splendid showing. Mrs, Swallos reported that permission had been granted to tho Red Cross by tho church managers tor uso of one ot the church basement rooms tor their meet--ings. It is now being fitted up and the ladles will meet there after the opening ot the church. Next week's meeting will bo held at-Mrs, Buchanan's and all the ladies ot the district arc Invited to come, whether members or not, and get interested in this good work. The following is a copy ot a letter received by tho president, Mrs. Leslie, from a prisoner ot war. 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Its exhilarating, stimulating and life-producing, properties cause the Ifolr to eroyf. long, strong and beautiful, Ybu surely can have iJretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of it, It you wlUicjuBt got a small bottle of Knowl-tou'fc Danderlne from any drug store or fptlet counter and try-it as directed .Advertisement. - - No room for gloom when you hear' them As merry and sweet-as tender n^ sincere as the heart of old frelaod itself is the musical range-of the re-markable Columbia Records for March. And of course the place of honor goes to two gems of Irish vocal art-)ust to hear them alone is to real-ize how indispensable is the cheer and' inspiration^ t^t', good music briiigs us in these unquiet times. j DEAB LITTLE SHAMROCK and I'LL ~ SING THEE SONGS OF ARABY.* Vernon Stiles, tenor with orcliestra Chieaio SympAony Orehtttra'a Maaterly Inttrttntation of a Famoaa Opera. JEWELS OF THE MADONNA (Intermezzo) (Act IH) (WoJf-Ferrari) 1. PRAELUDIUM (jlmefelt) 2. 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