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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JASUAUY. 30, UP FATHER" By G. Me Manvis (ft A, root, jyvv FOUNO IT I HAVE A HUHV( CALL at the but ff will be played on Friday niehl. On Xrilay nfeht Die tcim is folng lo Barons to ff Fffap strikes with the Million- alrcs. rncWontally Stofces anrl ft Dorricolt -will stage a match 'f 't game with Kulpas and t ft and great Interest In the event 'r has licen 4 4 i The fire brigade had a run Tuesday ooon when the aback owned by P. J. Henderson on Main Street was com- piclely gulled. The flro had gained interior headway before It was not- Iced and by the time the fire brigado arrived was past redemplfon. Tho walls remain standing but Ihe build- ing Is a lotal toss. Many friends wilt regret lo learn of the Illness of lillle Evelyan Jiay Hurst, who is confined to Ihe home of her grandmolher, Mrs. J. W. llurd, 01- qnlst Street, suffering from measlcj. We are pleased to learn that Mr. Harold I.onsdell successfully under- went an operation al Medicine Hat for the removal of his tonsils. Mr. J. 0. Rlley of Prospy was a week-end guest here. Pie. .1. Hoaglln Is expected home within the next few daya, hiving safe- ly landed al Halifax, Many trlemb will regret l'r> learn ol the Illness ol Mrs. J. R. Fortune. Mrs. O. Mctcalf ot Cowley Is visit- Ing In the dhlrlct. Mr. 1. D. .lames returned on Satur- day from Edmonton. Mr. S. Y. Hurst left Ian afcning for Devll'8 Lake. No.-lli Dakota; Jlr. J. H. I'rnwse' of 'TiVr' was a tjusiness visitor here on Krlclay. On Salurilay a daughter was born to Mr. and Mre. Ilobert Calder. Mr. John Prlllinian of l.os Angeles U In the city renewing acquaintances and Is the guoat ot Mr. and Mrs. Halpln, Broallvyiy. The ideal weather ol Ihe past week has snsbled farmers to continue work on the land and lo haul their iDilne surely or teed. All week farm- local members ol thu U. P. A. was hold in the rest room Saturday night. Mr. I. James gave a vlrid outline o( the achievemems ol the annual con- vention aad brought home to each member his Individual resor.sibility for the succesd of the local organiza- tion. Sirs. Gaidar of Seven Persons vraa the guest of her daughter, Miss Cat- tier on Saturday. Mr. P. Mclberney was a business visitor to Medicine Hat on Friday. Many friends will be sincerely sorry to learn ot the continued illness of Mrs. ;Lauca3ter. Miss Mildred Prowse, assUted by Miss Adelle Stewart, entertained n children's parly in honor 'of her little niece, Grade Carson, on Saturday af- ternoon. 'The Ladies Altar Society of Saint Michael's church will be-entertained at'the residence ot Mrs. Fred Moerke next Thursday afternoon. A gooiS at- tendance'of members and friend3 ot the church is dealred. J, Henderson has returned home after attending the U. F. A. con- Teutlo'ri at Edmonton. Mrt. Header- son, who accompanied him, will re- main with friends fa Calgary for a few da'ye. Friends will be pleased'to learn or the midst of Mr. J. R, Agar.and latnily. fled Crou f A very good meeting of the .lied fjross Society In the rest room'on Wednesday afternoon. .The following work was receded: 2 nr. pyjamas, Ewennumson'; 2 pra. sochs, Sewiog 10 and i M.' T. bandage, Mrs. T. Werts; 1 scarf, Nettie Cotton; 12 slings, Mrs. Carson. The energetic actEons of the follow fag 5 ad lea completed IT band- ages anil 3 pillow slips: Pollor, Rich, James, McGregor, Oliver, Swennumaon, Moerke, Carson, Brown, Cotton, and Miss Caltler. was received from the West field Sew- ing Circle and membership fees from Mrs. OHrer.' The society la grateful for the continued activity of members. f M. T. W. Dyer sent the week-end in J Medicine Hat, The many friend? ot Mr, Claude .Jamtesou vclll bo deeply gratified lo learn ot his continued progress. Jtr. F. Taylor returned homo on j Saturday. I Mr, Chaa. Kurd, who has been via-' hia parents, left on Tuesday for hid home In Alexander, North Dakota, j Mr. Hurd will however, return im-' mediately lo take up permanent reel' i ilenco here. Its operation. Mr. A. D. Mod hurst is the week in LeUibriilge visUInf friends. Pte. Emorson Roberts arrUcd home ou Tucailay'a train. In Calgnrv- In iFrom Our Own Corresponilcnl)