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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK EIGHT- 14 V DISTRICt .seem Ihat l rliiiivaree will he In or- Itev. and Jlrs. Oeldotloos and lam- lily have movi-il Into Hie new manse i here- which Ins' been unlit by the DnicL Christiau llefoime.i diurch. T'iie subjects for. the -services on will Morning, "fbo bh'iiie" eveninp, "The. Cry for peace." Services a'ro held at II a.m. n-'ro'in Our Own aiul p.m. and a welcome Is cs- N'ouefovJ, Jan. I-'.-A nnmlu'r I ,0 everybody, lo come clitiaren hive lieen RUiu'riiiE A.'Kerr of Iho local Imuk staff, re hitely, 'but forlh.ialelv the! d ,.QSierday from. Peterborough disease has not spread, aU MloM Had licen calleil by the of the lowu. In each case the-litlle o( his railenl is-on ihe road to recovery._ warfare is not confined -to cither ihe rHStern or western fronts. A splriteJ coiuuil took >.lace in our village, tliouah 01 usually aplienrs. On Sauirda.. IIIB yonug mm tllej io l Ilie nupstlon of which held mosi ripni' iu a mutual frir-nd. The contest wab; briet ami and has onco more setlleil down ii'ion us. j Mr and Mrs. F. W. Uiei.uaum turned on Tuesday frotf. a stay at Kllgowan ranch, near Misses Kdilh and Iva lluul lell on TuVdav for Calsary where lliey vvill allcud ihe Mount College Private J- W. Archer of Ihe hall'aliou, stationed at urescnl Winnipeg spenl several days in tow.u 'thl YEWS CROP IRON SPRINGS. Oiir.'Own BjuInBs.-'Juli. 12- Our own Masiiiasin. Jan. (h'roiu Our liarous, Jan. r'.-On Siiluriljiy IHBI (ho local brslicli of the L'. F-. A. heli reorganization ineelius when Ilii fnllowlug officers were elccleil for the rustling yeav: ;l'rcs- viee-pres. j. Qulusey; secy.-li'ens. J. J. Itcll. 1) llonso und J. Olllnsey npiuiliiled delegates ID the tiro- vlucial convenlion lo be hchl soon. On Weiliiciilay, Jan. IT. ot -2 o'clock, n meeting of Hie local union will bo held lo formulate resolutions lo ho sent lo Hie convention, Tlio co-ope! illvc .movement onions farmers ol rVcs.icrn Camilla has developed great y liuriim Hie pasl fii'e years mid IK Ii'iin i'ho evening before leaving gum an oyster supper lo a friends who Uiid pillierc.! to b14 lih mid his trlond farewell und wUli inciu Vowoll 1ms returned from.; short trip la {i ll-'rvill Our Own iy'J.ake. Jail. School Mr. aild Mrs'.-''. H.-T. JoliliBon left on nil exlcinl- ;J H1ii lo llio'fonsl. Iio'alle'4-. concur! tomii.iny will bo ul tlio flinssy iJke Ilinnroia Ihca'lru on Tuesilay, Jim. IB. -An even- IIIR'S culoilulnniciit of Rood nmslc-ls helne looiitJ forward t nnd' Mrs. S. llciny, Tuesday, Jin. 0. n dnuelilcr. Oi'.r llui-d'cll. Alia., Jnu. To. y, u -nnuhuivi. lluruCU, rttlU., JUU. 1U inu OuV'rhliiodk days nro over ami wo waa'KivnV: si sv's i --.MVs.'Chaii.'Alwobil lefl Tuesday fo were uiowii iroin idnctleiu, Vi, nnj houses ami ontbullilings wcro tosseil jar's chair to the coal mines; lint what lhc llleh cost of print paper Ims lone to John Kll'son, cdllor und i-.i Messrs. Alex' and Torn Wfilker nml iirletor of llio Wlso llovlow, Jus1, nvei Kd. Jaiiica ieii-'Uiia week for ilin const. or .cool reached Urnssj Lake during llio -past. Week. Tlio Lake .luring .Hie- past- week, Tho chiuook-wo have hecn cnloylng made prico 01 no i f us forECirnl of tlio imich talked of coal U M AH mn ibnib Tills week MO I'aW J 10.00 n inonlh for eatli- 11011 1 M nlncu tlie war niKns lo SIHO.OO.- Mr., Is' fanner fionlh or JlunlcU. K. llrown left for lluffalb to nioiiih with relative's.'. Mr. audMi'fi. U. llrovvh and ramily left lo vlsll retnllvos In Onlario, The. itiiiicrlal for the Inhldo -of'llin new opera house just, arrived, nhil the InillilfnB will tjo conililetcil Bliorl- This inaniaiie of Miss Gcrlle Ijfk-. eustcln an. I Mr. Kr'icst. llcer, look, place ilouiluv Iho Sth.-ut llio' hoinii 'bnt ns yet there hnVo here has been very fines for the past everyone.- of legislation nnd ways lo John lias leuscil'il inlno fro To Mr. nnd-'Mr6, n. T. Cold. pihMn'niliiy, Jnii: S..'n dnnghter. Mn'ryln, II 13 hcllevcil pcrriirined by S.. lljill. er. 11 Is honed Hint under llio new Monday for Milwiiukeo ami ouii, t ,r jj- week Mr: UsblUiini or.ihe t; I.-H. colony WrVlinlpsdeil -.l-c.-vrlond of .rs couple lefl on llio 'midnight train, for The d-jnce wliieli'wns lieM nil Wed oflieers the lueal nulon here will re arc .iirlnlcd, for II 'is li'esdny nlelit al-liio Kmprcss theatre More- and-' more seeing his gM.hoine.-lii the slate o( tho Tabcr.-orcliealra. time of the Cocoa !lhc vecti of coaldale and district. >Ul Lilt We uodersland thil a movcinenl now on (opt lo procure some side- walks for tlic town These are much needed and it appears that there Is money'available which can bo uliliz- ed for such a purpose. The local Red Cross society ac- knowledges wilt thanks receipt of J37-collected at While Lake per Mrs. PAKOWKI (From Our Own Alia, Jan. G.-The new ladies are made ihrdl'slribuling point for twelve valuable helu lo the sorlely nhd their assistance is greatly aupre- .ciated. J 'Anderson has completed the new liouse lie. has hcen building for U. 'at' White 1-aUc and has started on the new: additiou to Ihe L and Thursday Urand Master J. A. Gow.. The follow- in" are the officers: N. G., J. E. Hansen- V. G.. n. B. Lindsay; Kec.- Sec.. S. M. Welsh; Fin..Ssc., C. lluniap; Trcas., S. Nelson; Warden, i; I! Malleck Is at Magralh build- IE an elevator for the Mill- ing Co. there. Little Lois Rogers is ill from a SB- vcro.nltack of loasilitls j-lluul, of arrived Saturday to'tako charge, of lhc The University. Extension learn. is El the post ofiice.and boots 'now-be obliiineil from th .bo'wcll will be plesseil' is feelins much- The many friemU of ilrs. Jas. -Me- hear that better aud stVon-er. was suffer- in- jrom jieart Iroyblc jiud some to go East where Ilie altitude is lower. s The annual coogresalional freely -s irom ihe south O.1 I J uua. ilrs. Jntj- Paulann w.lis taken, to thf h'ospitai' on So far as wi ie annu c s. of ilie local church will be nbld in sprlVand ______ __ AL-an. a. the road across the 1-ake, lo PatowSi fine lo travel over The two car loails of ,-coal lor Pakowki which 'iras carefullj distrl tUc-.iarmers feel good llr. and ilrs. Jis. Jactson have been enjoying a short visit from Ihen who the col.ors las "c.l'-K.' Vcre: vfas ......___.A--So 'al" as 'iw'o' 'ilivViliis week while condilibn Is favorable to II.- M. anil Mrs.'WeUli have return- ed from -Edmonton. _ wKoiesplTie rand "'2? Limited. E "I isr .-Valte KOtfTREAL.CANAdA as-it is deli DORCrlESTER.MASS.'.'' Ihe schuolliousc on Wednesday even 'iug the 1Mb, al S o'clock, flepoils vvili b'e presenlej different of the cJinrch ani sex- eral- of Importance will lie considered A ;heaily. invitation is accorded lo everyone lo be present. The annual meeting of the Xew- i -lands school district was calleil for j afternoon but it was j, found .Ihat the auditor had nol com- pleted his examination .aud the meet- i. was accordingly postponed. For .some lime'past we haTe heon urging in our note? Ihe holding of a i 'meeting in connection with the hoarj i of trade. are elad that at last 'Eoniethiug is. to be done nlong 'this lice- M- A. Kllpalrlck, manager of :'lhe is Interesting himself In civic affairs and has arranged for R re-oreaniiation meeting of the board b( trade to h'e held In Ihe schoolhouse here, on Tuesday evening al S o'clock. ot sidewalks and publlcily ''.-vill-stso and It is hoped V '-that every.citizen will he present. We regret thai the three young of whom we wrote last week] ;i 'feel somewhat'aggrieved Lbal Ui.eir 'faaeiilhg' abilily was thus questioned. They say that they could have Battlerord.. He returned io c "Mr ainl Mrs. Gideon Cronkite wlio .vlsUlug in Jledicino Hal and I.elhhridge returned home Fri- The iiuplls of the school arc ener- eeLically employing their Bpare mo- ments making u. skalin? .rink The temperature this .uor'nlng is o.uile favorablt, and the. ice will soon he in shape for .use. Tlie fallowing additional amounts avc been received for the I'alriolic uuc: Mr. S2o; Cie'o. Lous, Heller of Pecdanl D'Oreillc anil everybod created aod maintained a record but preferred to let someone else take Iho honors. Thfcr have decided how- ever to continue to board out, 'A meeting will be lield in Ihe Bchpolhousc on Friday at o'clock to reorganize ihe choir. There are A Lumber of local people who will "appreciate the opportunity thai the choir olfera. W. J. JlcVlttie lefl on .Monday en roule for Scolland where he Intends lo stay for about three months, re turning in time for the spring work understand that tic docs hoi e.v peel to rc-lurn' alone .and 11 woult w who had an atlack of paralysis lasl week passed away on Friday morn ig of this week Mr Klrkpalrick-of Kipsenville who has been In charge of Ihe Slacy him her yarn, rosicned.-liis job and let Wednesday morning. The people of I'akowki are forlun ale in securing the Pioneer liotcl par or lo liblil church liibted anil lieaicd, maSe welcome by the proprietor. "NEW DAYTON (Kiom Our Own New Dayiqn. Jan. Kent spent Sunday with VV. Morrical and family. (Jus Kaupii anil family spent Sun- day with "Jscoll Echill and family. The Indies Inslitute will meet Jan. Harley ilarrison, Oscar Forc-it Laoileis spent Sunday eveniii'-- with John Rentz ami family. Owing to Hie shortage o! Tfoj school had lo close. rejrairs were .being. madfiv wiud'did in llilj district on 'night. ,A srtinary bc.loiixing .to J.' wa's'completely wrecked. A- wimlow- in lhc Metiiotlist parsonage was blown in and considerable, 'damage .done. The stalile.wlilch.vras nol Quite completed wns raised lliree [eel off its foundation and IUL aljoul. sis' feel without any appreci- able injury- Not a Pimple Anywhere in Sight And Any Woman-May Free From All Blemishes of'Face or Skin by Using ..Stuart's Calciuirv Wafers. CFrom Tllir Own January -10. wind his been hlov.-ios from llio soulll-wcsl for ihe U5l lev days. 'fliCj One Is almost go nil water is anil Havel threshed an even Bushels of wheat from John Johnson hail a .of .TO licr acre from 13 acres of ground, Oil) liiiElicls of '.Maniuls wheat., "I'.'C. Pegs made a ttiislneES Irir 20lh. L __ KuremosMtie first, of its .west-', Mr. and Mrs. Ole Velne have a new I ilauShtcr ai Iheir house. r M'rs.- Kaslou lutiiiviij.a klli-r r.u-ii her Ron at the front France this; ;nuu, uou iweck'thal he- was well. The Indies' Aid meelm; was The-'KCilding look place lJ5l week poned on account of so many having a( Anna-Anderson ami grippe, and colds. llcnhci-Johnion- The vcrcmony. wan Waller Henderson spent Mondas rtonncd (tie residence of tlin i l.elhbrtilB'c.' Lee 'Alkins went lo l-etlilirulge on business Tuesday. dance will be sivcn at Ihe Inile- cndencc EChool''Friday niglit. Jan. lilli- Billlc. llurk and Hoy will furnish Ihe music. Miss Lillian McCallum is spending a lew-days with Mrs. Troy- parents, Mr. and Mrs.' llernran Andeison. Mr. and Mrs. Ole l.erolil were guests al lhc home of Mr- anil Mrs, A. J. Knapncn "on 'afler- 11OOZ- Etarl in Hie Alien school district on lioniliy ivilli '.Mrs. June McMnllcu as teacher.v The district has hccn is Uie services o! Eq pooi] a teacher as Mrs. JIcMullcn. "We never have coffee at our because I can't make good Have you ever slatted right r-with Ghase Sanborn's BRAND" COFFEE b jt, l inJ J pound tins. Whole flat ground for Percolators. Never sold In bulk. UJ CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. of a fine fair skin on face.' neck and "A Biauiifiil Complexion a Center of Admiring Gaze." Calcium Wafers, which are ,is plcasanl In lake as n neppcr- mini. Klvc 111 an esceedlrgly short Mime a cninplexlon thnl'ltlli rival the T. .C. 1'egg's threshing' rig .willj ideals of an artist to produce. Thcj st.ift thrcalilns agah lomorrow In a natural way. by clcan- I oul pores, throwing off nil akin ilbiolnraliom o-l Ini- purillca. thil they, do Iheir .work of some days .of. a shut-down. BLIZZARRD IN SA5K. Sisk-, JflTi. 12, The bti'.- licauly Imililins almml lieforc- you. llffeinn. Sisk-, JflTi. 12, Te uu tunun zard which ragrnl here all day Thuts- lean lielluvc it for them I day and Tiiurilay .light ftlll contin- an ll ill. lues. While the ivlnrt is not as Blrong Vn l .nay an on It la much collier, lizhlfi! v..- iTwn Tree hoys who loft the George anywhere. i Gordon reserve school on i nisht and ran away with the idea of jcnming li> I'cglna lo ciilisl. were out I in the storm ft'.r hours, h'.'l finally rcacht-'l Jlnrklnrh and arrive.! here j OTI Hie train Isst night none the forsc of their experience. Rev. G. Nicholas, nfcrl S'J, vicar of El. Stephen. announces] to hla parishioners thai he is to retire after (orly-loiir years In the Inv of these -I I'rlcc SO cenla. -Free Trild f. A. Stuart Cs., 349 Stuart Bldg, Marshall, Mich- Sclnl mo al by reUirii-niall, a free trial pack- of Sliiiirfs CJalctum Name r Street City BnUierorl, of jiiii-e bretl limws fm-.sal.c'-m'. for S'MLMONrANH l. Is Al, horses from one to chase or osrlmnse cannot fi.ll In gelling a nnlform lype. two Eood ends, a pood mWaic, wl h- IiBS Thcs, iMirses arc at ilic malcli. Amoncsl Uicm is'llr.ron n6ft.-slx (jDll t anil, will be irts: ;