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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta STTRUNG a crowd of ladles tnot In ot KMu RWrt mth West the occasion was Mrs Wiati 80th A pleai wu had by all Huditoi received a cable from her soli who has for the past tw WWM vi pletely Hi Raymond The sen from cwr Friday even Ifli aety good patriotic concert and tofetty Christmas cantata waa given toftSe meeting house by the school The entertainment comments sharp at 8 ocloclt and those who ioanife the habit of being late missed very good numbers on the pro I Love YouCanada was the opening number sung by a number of little The Star Spangled sung1 by Kile dressed in Imcle costume and O Canada sung by Marian dressed aa Miss Canada were among the best num s The Boy Scouts came In for share of the their songs II never1 let the old Flag Fall My Own Dear Canada were Tery well Cadie Turner gaVe a very good reading entitled other numbers were by Alice Woolley and a motion from a crowd of first grade pup BThe a pretty little story en titled Santas Mistake was excep tionally well rendered by the sixty children who took This was the result of excellent training and every one knew their part so well there wan no hesitation The leading was very well sus tained by Flora Meekley and she In deed looked the pretty little girl whom Aunt RacMel was well taken by Mlna Gibb as was also the part of the orphan by Leone The chorus com post of over SO girls from the age of 6 to 14 could not be Every song was thoroughly memorized which Is one of the essential things anfl holds the attention of the we niust not Ttorget Sante taken by Grant He was the center of attraction and sustained his part very A very pretty drill was given by 12 who were dressed in white with green trimmings and each carried a wreath of This was real artis tic and the singing of Christmas is by the girls in a pretty pose made a pretty The teachers are to be congratulated on the success of the Principal Mercer was the director and the Misses Snow and The proceeds Will go towards paying for the piano lately purchased by the A very pleasant afternoon was spent the home of Rich last that no would be home early lii the ne mf W 1 being returned to Canada tin account of being so He has Served two years and is now only 19 years Magrath people will be glad to welcome Hoy About has been raised by the people Mrt in aid of the Halifax re Ief A dance was held on Monday of This week of 111 our youttg pedplft hiving been Misi Alice Nelson Md Oscar were married ftt homo of brides parents ofl Grace of Theod6t cake afld hot girls of the The prograttcoftslfltftd of the fol bir the couple made and were married temple Were Mlsa of Stirling was married In Raymond on School closed on the 2lst for and Imprisonment of Petit MM 8t et BMrtt MStf in consequence of thq of their In aft Inter cepted latter wherein General Aleiletfi farmer cftmMandef In neilM Fattf the Constitutional Democrntlo to interest ftlmielt oubletiil MiUit f OF PIANO For Soldiers Fanulies M Referriiil to the artMt of attached the ralaalon to Petfoirad correspondent of the Post Mrlltr tM the and Rlrle were the most generous in their I Mr Drew Clarke has returned home after spendng two years labor Ing as a missionary in the United Mrs Rasmussen and Miss Hall were Irt Lethbridge on Frl on Sunday afternoon special ser vices were heldIn the church In commemoration of the 112th aa niversary of the birth of the Prophet Joseph This day was observ ed throughout the The speak ers Clarke and T who spoke On the life and predictions of the Special music was furnished by under the direc tion of Coolr had charge of the Red Barton good luck boys of the ichool chbr Master Harry Wind RedAsplund BeW Coal Brlttanla drill 16 girls Peace1j Miss Hatel Carey Santa CiatlS and Chriat mas treelunch af ter God than 200 people GRASSY LAKE From Our OWti Grassy ed for the Christmas holdays Friday Lit6 JrOliOBrnu WBJJWUWVUV Vk There will be an Bfty9 that it hai been suggested that tJ16 letter alleged to have beetl sent td the colonel by head of the stating that the Amer ican David was ready to advance roubles to the account of the Red was a Such things are not common he The same cor respondent telegraphs that the British Rf Sir OMMM Thll will TICKETS fliiy hi procured from two of tHi l the NeKtofKIn the rjfO i Barnwell unites welcoming two new brides Into in the persona of Leath and Ralph o rs Both these young couples esof 1TWO tree and Santa there to distribute a good number of parentsand visitors were a collection was taken up in aid of the Halifax relief The Chautauqua committee met Friday to take action to dispose of the surplus money after all were pect to move Into their new homes on 28 sometime during Wilburn who has been la I Two more letters have been recelvJ ed from thanking the Red Cross for parbels They are from and both men who enlisted from the country south of Swallow says in his Jetter The parcel came Just at a time when it was most needed and everything Was In good condition and much It had been a long time since Ihad seen anyone from grata until the other night I went to an entertainment given in a tent and who should be one of the hut the fellow who used to barber in we had a long alk about the good old town and peo ple and it makes one feel good to meet an old Lanaway also Wished to thank the Red Cross for hisriice Ralph Hale spent Christmas In the guests of Halos SOME ADVANTAGE What advantage has your city to offer for one if youve got the price you can buy coal A suggestion Is under way to send to the Halifax relief The stores have taken on a ChrlsU mas appearance and windows are filled with toys inH holiday decora Also John been laboring as a missionary is home Johnson has a claim on all these young for they are his sons and his sons also his daughters and his daughters hus The Union Sunday given at Coal City was tons and usual rush and confusion is at the residence of the brides and Luke Wednesday afternoon their eldest daughter to Internal affairs of Russia and adding that as there are now three Independ ent republics in Russia It is difficult to avoid the Appearance of having re lations with more than It ir reported from BrestLltovsk by Petrograd that Finland has ap pealed to Germany tj recognise Its and that theGermans express their willingness to do Leon the Bolshevik foreign la said to have shown his Ir ritation because the Finns applied dl Turnbull of The ceremony rt reel to the Germans Instead of through 11 the Bolshevik A Stock I holm the Post records the arrival Finnish delegation I k to ask SwedeVs recognition of the in 81 dependence of the According to I showing the Christmas spirit through out The Red v Cross dance given Friday night waa poorly possibly due to the cold yet a small sum of waa A wedding the first to be giv was performed by Barrett in the presence of the Immediate The happy couple left oh the for a short honeymoon ter which they will reside north east of ditlon8 provail iu Doris Jubb of Taber is spending the Christmas holiday with her par ents and Miss Gillts of the school staff left Saturday for Calgary to spend the holiday Collins our school mas ter accompanied by MrsCollins left Saturday to spend their Christmas holidays with friends in of The Swedish consul at Helslngtors has i sent an urgent appeal to his govern midnight train menl protect Swedes In where in Calgary U reign of Bandits Ide on a farm De running wild in UleaborB and ill various qther The Stock A VI CUUAAift iv 13 en in the new was given last night by Leath and Ralph A large crowd was present to enjoy Miss Carey have gone away to spend the Haveloclc omitn 01 maveiy IB Ai unnnyij 43 uuj spending a few days here as the guest our He arrival in town Thursthe propaganda ot of Leonard Johnson Lathrop Is still busy selling He arrival in town Thurs i day wuh a and Miss Johnson are goj prospective them put to ing to Stavely to spend the year the farm formerly known as the Mon Barnwell not onlyraises wheat and mouth ranch recently bought but is in the front lines in pro and we understand made some very ducing Canadas most valuable good 4 holm Tldnlngeii reports an agreement between the Flpnlsh senate and a Bal tic fleet command under which Fin land virtually will buy its Independ ence for To Spread Internationalism Bolshevik government has decided to spec ial representatives to all bel as well as to further the propaganda ot Internationalism Two mflHpn roubles have been ap propriated for An Am erican Red Cross train left Petrograd today for JRumikhlawith the approval of the It carried all Its or iginal supplies except Knights of Pythias Attention The DrAmatic Order Knights of Khomsan Will Holding an EXTRAORDINARY on December 26 IN THE CASTLE FIFTH STREET AT SHARP A class of 15 members from Sweet will be in attendance and raw We to prodfuce the finished This is a short but is so do your best to be present and thereby extend to our brothers from across the line the right hand of PlaceCastle Fifth Street South Royal Vixler ALLAN Secretary Let this RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO relieve and cure your iRIPPE NEURITIS SORE THROAT CHEST COLD or any of a hundred other chillcaused aches and It will do it by the warmth method W with pam rackedwith he b coldwill find immediate and certain relief when aching will and a comfortable warmth will take its you this wonderful treatment you cannot fully realize how prompt and efficacious is by or CURATIVE WADDING e moat and oomforUbla form treatment put rt an lort and UQW THBBMOQBNB A light or dotting it Think of the convenience of Ther mogene compared with the oldfash ioned poultice or no no uncontrolled blisterraising A can be taken straight from the bpx and applied at once its action can be regulated as de and it can be worn without the least venicnce night and Therrnogene Is young and and hundred fratefully acknowledge n through Its Its use by the British Red Cross the Royal hospitals Why not let Thermogerte help you today l W At Your Druggists vnw tnvrotod toy UMiUmfuUlMMl Relglan and mnde by Ito ol tot Harold Ritchie ft limited 10 MoOAUL TORONTO ;