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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY S. UH'J PAGE FOUn "She JLetbbrfooe Ibevalb at BJstc-n. lion. Dr. Be- land said that the French army had saved Britain early in the wn: then j Ihe BritHh army savel and lloilly th u. t" the trouble new COUECa was held_ on i Tnat may be j xjonjay nlghL It was a very reason for public spirit is always to rell Qajette says that It IE also a fact bo tound in a group of men who have 0[ joung fellows who H themselves and who lead the rest .to have It also. Catasauqua has such B group, we are told. A town meeting was called to'con- what torm the memorial to ihe tons ot Catasauqua who served in the picture war shoaid take. The meitins ball i .tris.1 .ssaasa, while in snmmer tie crowded. Bankers and Ironwori-' paris attract those who do not ha w antomohllej at their disposal. The high taxes, high'light and and generally to be .a citizens council. i, At the banquet for the returned boys j last week, among the sp have In the habit ol escorting their girl friends to evening service of late. nig name was .v t loiter q Board. i one as tne lasv ieiicr joins to the vaudeville and moving Jor gr'otland the country ot elected -s its ronlrollers for! mas Treucii. lo ing "ear, mnk Fia.it, Itscfr Hill, by acclamation. emier S'.ewnrt told the Alberta ration of Labor that a minimum 3 was a Dominion matter. lasi eiijuus p Bellamy has been elected the Rev. W. A. Lewis, who at the close the Medicine Hat School has been changing Its These'your.g people may be seen now solng to the vaudeville and'moving EKKnl 1U1 .._.... picture daring the the- i jjurns and other great men; 1 Is tor Utc j Ireland who gives every government. ive tronl VTiia erI. Mowat. chool -____ 'on'" "Snail we have auinonument orj-with interest 'a memorial house which-wiil be a real! munity cente-f and the memorial According to Lord Harcourt, then ,house won hv a majority so large that Colonial Secretary, It required only the vote's for the monument 10 inform the British Em- eyen counted. This is the plan they will follow.- Ev- ery man, woman and child In the.com- munity is asSed to become a share- holder in the Memorial Society hy making a subscription ol one, two, sis minutes to inform the Bntish Em- pire that Great Britain was it war with Germany on tia night of August Miss ui ll that Is ijj'p elected a school if. eaker or: Sir John Katon and Hon. llr. Pvne Several ol the boys have reached hiTC been 'he Boa home the past wess from tha Governors ai Us Lnljersits oi and all seem happy to'get back to onlo. vfhat does li stand well that is What we will give the iaUe boys pronounced him the spe the evening. I Sir John Eaton and Hon. Dr. Several ot the boy. have reached been the Boar d oi ol lor "On that unforgettable he Alberta. returned to Macieod on s and I.bor ant trip, for this time of the, was elected. l nVe was eici-vtii. nowhere Is there any weather' like t _ E oar j tt EtBter. Mr. Gray has _____......_._ettable night, fle nownere IF ueie to the Emplra Parlianieniery As-[ JIacleod, In this-Snnny Atherta. a, "I was ia the Cabicei ihree-four or live cents weekly for a] Our eyes en fte c'.orV-. unit eitcci tebici. of 1-e With this they C-.onchU on s-.oject bat to ;ome three yejri. and has period o! tl.e w' tf there a to ollr done work -tor tho church nere. will build a nouso coating in tne nr.igip _ .0 We borhood'of containing en au- j for Tresly' which we recreation-rooms, gymnasl-i [nii weu never come.yto urn, and swimming pool. There ivjllj our .jitlmatum to Berll i.. Vnr records "When Big lien stry a chaplain :bis-Bnnny Aineru.. I jonna-ly Brampton, has P.ev S. G. Gray of church' (0 Westminster church, his' to. take yM_ also be a "room tor rermaneat records ot tainlng the roster ot soldier sons. It will b? managed by 'a Board ot Gov- ernors chosen by the subscribers, ana the property Till be held by e. Board ot Trustees chosen tor lite. It Is pro- posed to maVe it the center ot the community life In every way. The an ditorinm will have gatherings where mumaLuni tu utiiiu. Big Ben stnjck night in left the room knowing that the British Empire was at war. Rer ir'fttlier Rydlng tenJcrel his resignation, and lelt lor Calgary a few days ff-j. his work Is taken up by Fa'.Jir Ofbtrne from Midw-ini Hat who has w. "I crossed to tho Colonial Office to eend a war telegram to the whole of the BrlliBh Empire. 1 asked the offi- cial in charge of that doty how long It would tako. He eald 'about six min Claude P. Peijuegnat, seven. old Town Treasurer, Chlet Cus- iotns and Division Court Clerk ol Sandwich, died >ast week. lira Stewart dead. She lcX a zaat'eniaD who as rartitf dead, hne v.-as world over, ar.d now finds the place. Thompson, Madoc, Ont., and had bsen t eacher. w that dulls hlra In Macleod. ompson, a WeU known scbool teacher. utes.' tes. "I asked him to return to my room when he had done his work. In seven OltOriQtQ will (lai-uciiiif vvilfiU UB iitfu mme iiia Bv'ery nubile- question may be dis-1 minutes he was back and before mora- cns.ed Here also on Thanksgiving I Ins .I receive an acknowledgement ol CDSsed. Here aisu UM my telegram from avery single colon- pay or on other National occasions (J and ,slet ,a ,he the churches ol the community will day with a fair attendance, which will j gradually Increase as the 'flu scare becomes less, as it Is every day. I Pte. Cecil J. There were two deaths lasi were from outside points. being worn In all Pacific." The SL John Telegraph in the days gather tor united worship. Catasauqua was founded by Welsh ironworkers, _______________ and the Welsh love ol music has not belore 1917 and Union Government, died Irpm the hearts ol their descend- coaid be classed as a- pronounced Lib- ants, so that it would be strange If an j naW5papsr, Uke Hon. Frank wero not occasionally held; carTen H didn't give the Tories any there. Lecture courses of all sorts j It was alter thsm all lha time. have a pjace In the plan. The gym-! jjll( Telegraph now Joins In haslara will atford facilities for danc-! ts ol a better type than thosa found j fa the nsual dance-balls. But most ot It will be a place pec_.. 'ioifller who comes ack, whore he can jatber wilh his comrades and recount (he Incidents ot the Great War. aeatis I on Sunday, and was most but TUBS' enthatfasllcally vrelcomed. day morning several appeared before the J. P., al! pleaded guilty and were'leT'off with a warning, next bunch will pay. the ths WINNIFRED Rev G b Gordon. Presbyterian nilr.ls'or at died suddenly on Saturday night. He was a native ot Scotland, but was educated in Scotia. William W. Muir, Forest avenue Wen KMonan, died at act! -j-lfe followed him exactly lour haslara will atford factlillei for danc-! ot that the which produced the Union adminlstra- itlon will continue to actuate It until all It will be a place peculiarly for the genujne differences ol opinion( based- prjnolple Instead ot on mere ex- ilencj, cause people and politicians o .-evert, not to partisanship, tint to raal party government The Tale- graph iajs: The ol either ol the old part- them. (From Oor Own CorrcapOTinsTil) jua WINNIFP.ED, Jan. Winni-, inter. Tlifiir respecllve ages tred Public school opened today alter j 25 aml 23 years. A boy ot three sur- being-closed tor nearly three months TT on account ol the 'flu. Miss N. K. French and A. M. Macdonald as teach- Mlsa ff. Yoliand returned from For-1 -JThen two Germftna offered to join Food Controller Hoover In discussing 'food conditions In Oerminy ho replied the pal? personally to go lo Hell." Mr. Hoover must bo qualifying ts a presidential candidate. li conscientious objectors have really got to be let out of Jail iw before th. Ilihtlu men get back Sinter Ketormer wants to fcnow htm would it bo !o send I them to Eu- riije to roll up the barb wires. nla lo taVa charge of tho Maiwell [armf-r ol An award ot damages given by a Jury In the supreme cour It Vancouver to Wnhwl Hnmmontl school. Mr. P. O. Warner spent Friday In Medicine Hat. Mr Ed. Oosjllln and Paul Buehrinz Is circulating a petition to have the Alberta, wn as Injured In a railway crossing ac 7, night trains carry mail. The ol either ol the old part- nigni la is raall matter compareJ with 1 so mate the night tra be a lull the welfare ol Canada. Onion go. stop Instead ol a flag stat on as K Is ernment will bo continued H it shows now, and also navo a nre In the wait- the leidershlp, ecarage and the Ing room. ib'e speed to deal with the great James L. yi ah problems presjlng lor treatment in weak In Bttruett, IOOK g this country today, whJoh problems I brother's Interests. ._ Tiis Conservative association not al-j co'vichan. II C has passed a reaol lion plfrtsinf! nnanlramu suppo to Major V. B. Kdwards, the Inclencn en I so bye-election. Ontario m; s o are roughly gronped under the term Toronto Glofca appeals for sanc- tuary to mike the world safe lor birds, and Ui6 Saskatoon phoenix Is prompt- ed to'remari; that Holland Is a sane- fuary tor foupls ot birds the world jihonld not bi.safa for, There Is one thing he people ol Can- I that in relapse under which the .y FreTe ckson ot Lethhri.lge iVhn S.cy; O.H. j! XV. tor office and patronage, the (il party making IP3G yeo. T "L ...D- the i spent a few daya In town looking ol- ccess- for a aurprne partisan e.'. In otbsr II days ago. to' party' they bJth tiler ot the old parties can iiope to aat- town, isfy the country unless its activities I'- are much partisan an'l have a Soacls call lo Winnltred a few But by reports received nay Wlnnlfrcd Is In is nioro thin of which more than dry OVl hai r.cr.n It i that t'-': cii'l c.f I llurtring 13 rhippliB two car will lie the sealed pack- but have an eye out also for tfce name That x name is your pro- tection against inferior imitations. Just as the sealed package is protec- tion'against impurity. The Greatest Name in of Stavely, ishterot Mr. A. ;