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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JAM'AHY V, 1'AC.K NINE PHONE 1224 c y o -o o MY PIANO Oh whom ptad ur we- ?e JltMYtMi LoMLiiK rihniK) 1 ope tli fie, tou-.'li th And is TI.) the? full boar o'er lU )u grk'tVor ''iiitpi'iiktiMc emotions owe fitUntr voice1. Mirth to liico und loves unres Atij iirtmiury Aiul sorrow lightem-d breast Comes for a No chance, ny sutliniieos, no cheat Ihee wo flnJ; saJdest vokc Is ever Thino answer kind. Hunt. .Mrs. A. M. Moo iiitj in iKu eity for turned lu luc'lioint has visit- lew duy.s luti m- t'raiibrook. Nursing Snier tna writes from LwerjU'oi uiitior dutu of DDL-. ISth, that blif> with sSxiy ollu-rd, arrived on day. niter a pleasant trip on tlie S'.'LiirjLiKivian, their iV-ilma- (luii Lc-iug i.onuuu. Mr. and Mrd. A. M. WrlRlit of Medi- cine who have Lceu visitors with Mr. and Mrs. II, A. for the pan week, Lave rcturuc-1 to Ihc-ir home. Tho evening closed by a Jolly Oo.jU Mr. LiisJ Mrs. Jospyli MtJI- still ano'.hcr FOIK Jo ivhu went with tlui lliat Mr. and Jim'i'h Miller wish thank Mr. Jim Horn and hU n.-uul- anU tor Ihtlr and also Mr. Baalim for ihe taking of UPUIO iu tha ran--Contributed. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 0 The regular luer-tjus Mijile Oinptcr No. 1 will bf lit'Iu in tin- Masonic Hal! on Tufj-diiy. ovt-ii- Jan. Tth, ;it S p.ri. at wrildi th-.-ro will lie n Joint .Installation.'.vi'hCoaL- (lalfi Cluiitfcj1 No. 15, Coal laie. A tueIL Li1 rs cord ia ily Caiiit'JU hnmb lv 'oj McLcnJ, j. Tljo Daughters .T.HI! Maids of Kug- land will metl uti We'lnesday cveiiiuy at 3 n rn. in liio Oilijfcllow's Hall. and hi: the squadron o; iijakirg r-.'i for in A l Mr. n. ruller lias arrived in the ic-ity from Dow Island and will mako The Thlstlo Sewing Circlo will meet, 'lite permanent residents here. Mrs. Mrs. UoWiu, 53S 12th St. (V north 1 Wpdaosday afternoon for I led Secome a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO A WEEK If you cannot years in hospital or arc luiil pitnl ago limit, seiul itnd un ptialciiril fur yen.r book Ihc t'. S- Moilind ol sUuly- inj? trained imrsLnE. Hiato The Chaiilauqua School of Hcrsiri.? N. Y. Fuller Vi'ill jolti him later. j I Mr. John Davidson h rivcnl iii Uio city from Illinois, licing j lucn tiie iloatli of his Lroth-1 s ing of tin; ii'i puts not to be ('airiiliati uinneri JM IJerllii. His fatiicr c lined to think .-i i have been .1 beast j Oie rounds anumR V1 I'te. Charles Far rant C.A.M.L'. 400107, Koyat Hotel, Mutloi'k, or, Mr. Edward wishes to tho i of ihe Next-of-Kin, for dona-iuu Cadet A. 1'. Fisk of tbe Iloyal Air to hjai; also Ladies- Force, Toronto, haa arrived Iu Leth- for tjits jiarcci him, pie, bridge; and is the guest of his parents, j t-ariant was member'of tho Wesley Mr. auJ Mrs. James Fisfc. choir before enlfsiinB _ lu v i lutll-'r- but the chard the otlit-r day ?ji fon-e was iu aii Mclx-Oil WLIS ITI Kriirjcff evidently at tho from v.hiiU ilio ta.nl to iKtve taken off, n anil running ns high as 35 I acre< v.-Jiitt 20-bashfil crops crops H to the were Not Work Havoc With Your Teeth! IT, IS OWN and the7' posing of Umt docs the dam- age. If you hejl a nasty, paloful sore on your body Uiat vrould not heal up, but kept getting worse, would you not at once scDk the serviced of'theMoctor? Why then let that foul, decaying tooth remain if you cannot cat iu com- fort and 'enjoy your tood as you should, why jiut off longer your visit to our offices? Surely not bccauso you are afraid. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Eruner, Richards Nelson There will no meeting: of the I Girls' Auxiliary totiiRlU but the regu- i lar monthly business meeting will lie i held next Tuesday (January 14) ol which further notice will be given. j Atf (ho members of the St. John Am- bulance brigade overseas, the first aid i class anil all interested in home nurs-1 (ng are ashed to meet in (he V, Wed- negcJay at S sharp, Important busi- ness on hacil. r iM.ni: 54.17 10.-VJ i .m grent part ol tverc undo by post money onler. Following are the figures availahle: W17. (r.u-h y. last eUht nsonthi of each year, ......nucwhat In excels cf 1H1S. This enjoyable time i quite common. is due in part to ibn larger amount of The predpitatiDn figures as hliovvn r.-.-payments on seed grain and relief liy the experimental firm records for i loans dimns 1C'17, the past ten years are: liif'ncfi. 3PW 1910 7.fT. Iflll 1911! ion ian 101S 101G 1.11S Avc-ragu for IS years, July......... August...... October [November I December j I'cllowing ar I tor Decf.mb.er: r.G.073.21 59tS74.75 45.lSR.Oo 3.07 title uf the jj.ii'io from the JoJslie the eieiiieiit, openly appeals to dicrs to ovuriiirow the ROV and replace H by "senuiuc Sotialistp flirtiier shootiug ivhlcSi is the now streel fightlBg betweQn mA name the German LlolshevJfei. The situation today if most The main rjueatiou at issue; is the demand of ihe ultia-raiUcaL element iliat Chief of Police Eiehhoro phaJl bo retained iu office. The govern- ment ordered Ills removal after an investigation, declaring he was in- competent and wliat iri American plans would bo called "a grafter." REMOVE RESTRICTIONS Tl.50S.09 the post office figures "X High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridgc Hotel, Lethbtidge LETHBHIDGE, ALHEHTA CALCARV 115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON 3 CRISTALL BLOCK. HEflALD STAFF ENTER- TAINED Goljd Soap is made of the best materials from which laundry soap can be made. That- explains why you will like the way it works when you come to use it. The cake of Gold Soap is the largest cake known for the money. You save because you don't have to use so many cakes. Even before you buy it you will notice that the cake is much larger. Gold Soap it made in the Procter Gamble at Hamilton, Canada Tho Herald staff and weve the guests last evening at a very enjoyable, affair in the K. of P. ball, wben W. A. Buehanan and Mrs. Duchanan were tbo host and hostess, i A dinner of excellent quality was serv- ed to nearly 100 members of the staff and families, Kirkby being the cater- er. After (Jiis excellent feature of tho ovenEug was disposeil of, those pres- ent enjoyed a treat in the nature of a, reel of moving pictures taken ot the prcsa party on their tour ol Eng- land, France and the trenches, of which party Mr. Buchanan was a mem- ber. The pictures were very guud, and showed the party in the various stages of their tour of tho front, iu- rinding pictures of tho trenches, Vimy Ridge, the various Canadian depots, Ihe parly visiting Field Marshal Hait; at his headquarters, rind General Sir [Arthur Currie, commander of the Can' adlnna. Various other notables of the 1 oirt linil were shown, in the pictures, including Lor.l Bcaverbrook and Lord 1 A largo number of sliilcs j were also shown, depicting the lirit- 1 ish and Canadian efforts in lim vrar I and many interesting war features! I It is Ihe first time that these pictures IIRVO been shown in Lethbridge, nnd I they were the feftluro of last night's entertainment. A reel of comcily rom Starland was also Ehowni by courtesy ot Mr. Fleming, Tlio even- ing finished up with a very dance, Miaa Arnold's orchestra fur- nished excellent mustc throughout tho evening. Cheers for Mr. and Mrs! Buchanan wero given before tho party broke up. o URGENT NEED FOR WORK- ERS AT RED CROSS Forty-two people out of more than 1200 property-owners exerted ih em- selves to the point of going to ihe polls lo vote on the money bylaw to raise tlio sum of by way ot treasury notes to take up the Indebt- edness incurred in the erection of the filter plant and the purchase ot the motor lire pump. The oyiaw was di- vided into two propositions, "A'1 for the filter nliint, and "B" for Hie fire engine. Following is tins detail of tlic vole: Stamp salei tJ.i30.32' Money orders is- sued Money orders paid Savings bank do- sits 2.103.GO Proposition "A" Xorth side South side Tor. Against. 11 2 27 l Totals.............38 S Proposition ''B'1 For. Xorth Fide South side II Totals........... 35 i This means that the bylaw carried by more than the two-thirds majority It will now lie given its third reading nml passed, and the treasury notes issued. OTTAUU, -Ian. on the use of. gas coal for ornamental lighting and Advertising: .purposes have been removed following tho re- moval cf similar -restrictions in -re- gard to the USD of noivor, Gas coal is reported to. be nov; moving fairiy freely intu ada from the United Stales. Jan, has been m Poaen and lively home guirils. at Gnesen and Ktrelow, according to aoccinl dispatches receiv- ed here. All rail traffic to Gnesen has teen stopjJLii. In northeast of the representath-cs ot tho German governmeni have been arreai- by the Polish soldiers" anil work- men's council. Polish troops aro rejiorted continu- ing their advance northeastward jmr- .iltel lo tbe ratlvray from Kreuz, through to Danzig, Poles now hold tbo. mil way front Kchneidenmhl to Bromberg. -U a point west of Schneldemuhl. German troups are concentrated tlio Polish advance. The Radial Railway Company" dis- continued Its service from Hamilton to Burlington Beach 24.W1.59 HEH1.1N'. Jan. Indonendent- Socinlist organ Die Fnebiet openly joined today with Dr. Karl Lleb- knecht's organ, the Heel Flag, in an peal lo the workmen and soldi era o meet this forenoon in (lie SLOKC- The" proclamation calling for this gathering is signed by Die revo- lutionary foremen and confidential agents of greater Herlin's larger fac- tories and by represonJativec, uf. the By ae overwhelming majority the people of Western Can- ada have decided that Blue Ribbon "Mountain Grown" Tea is the best. Ask for it. v, HolrJay festivities and ihfiuenra ravages Jiavo had llirir tielf-rfcnt cf-! feet upon the amount of work 1 done at the Toral lied Cross rooms, ItuL now that (he festive season is alncfcenlnB somewhat it in well for us to think of the more, serious things that lio nt our doors and remember In !ho ilealli of Mr. Edward Davidson, ot Ccwlilale, who dici! in tho ciiy this morning, a well-known farmer of the district passed away. The Kilo Mr. SIclX Davidson yearn of ami had heen frrming in that connnuiiify for about five years, Ho was ill "with about two developed wce.fi 3 into go, through the dentil of Ms skier in-taw. and lias now rnturnefl to is (ryo lhat Iioapifal supplies are per-' h.ipj not so urgently need, but [n Us pTacn romea a nnpil as Rrcnt and as urgent ng ever hoforc. Tliis ia In the i new line o( work lor tlio Polish ami 1 refugfres which HOW tho The fimernl took this noon .it 2 o'clock front Fdttcrly's par- j lors, and the body will bo to his old horns in IlUnoIs. Uaviifj-on was immarricd, {pftfamonnt ivnrlt (jcforo the Iletl Cross., hatiit now tuniosi into tiio allcml-l I When ono rcincinliorsllio terrlUlo snf- lance hnblt. On (tomor- Ifering .ind sR'-lncsa undcrgoiio liy (lie.: row) the Indies are. asked to (UT. nut iTnlea. as Icrrllilo as Ihoso of (ho llcl-' In full force for Ilio p.ir-Mni; niid tlio starving of that ncocls lo lie