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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta jfl.Y 2, DAILY F ,'d Siliffl Mr. Tom Cole, of Provincial Ac-] counlmt; SiarT, Goinsf Ty T. Victoria, Hanquetttd itrial toitbo j I niyiit madR the occasion, loniti t'j be renwrchered. of aianifeitinj ihc in which one, of Feraie'i round wan mide tfie I at a banquet in j dining roooi of Ihe Hotel I limn four score memb'r.i'Vr iteTornu- Curlinif Club iorarfi of clean, good down lo oae ?f ihuse irhlch hoalfflry is j who )tis' iwsilton In irotlndal deparctnent Ivre, to VfcLnr- h. he Jolflj :Lbn audtlor'a de- In the procinclnl and who wis made the gueM honor, by MK hoils oC fritnds. 'M, At Kaataer arLM as oC rfremonlM. but to'caH Ihe hetrty 01- njkon their sns would bardly upreas lha tenant norestralncd manner in which'every- tiling jiaBierl off. tlie terra cerenion-1 iuus wituld convey a rattier ioadequatt j u-easuie of ihe of tho i fueling prom pied the whole v I ;Mr. Colo, durias bis reiidencc in has one of leading KpSrils all especially BO in thnt of Burling. Jfe has been a most secretary nt tho Curllnj; Cliib, acU no one with that organliavton would be iuorc sEaceroly mined (Ine ot surprises turned loose upon a majiiifi'jent, set of silver and or silvery or dory the presenta- tion iva.1 hcatVcclL and as pure aa tho silver ot the let. "A murj' oS'l soul was Tommy and meYry old ecu! was sad wbaft his friends, in his abitncc, oaJI pipes thsy will a.'raya see vIsJcBs of a Iigarly. (food humored in the wreath- TtoToriim of Dyspepsia GitTKteii-ty "Frslt-a-tlns" .NT. MAKTJ.V'I, K.B, "For two years, I suffered torlnrpj from 1 coifxUnt piJas after rMinf; pamji (8ELQ1C DOCKS TUESDAY HALIFAX. N S.. .IHLIO Uelgii-, Viilh ami' r ujijyf itie Orsi. iLinj, (ittti sinh I'. B., and uUviffj will enter hirljor wirlv lomiMimv irorninR. t'l ir.j; (Jeiio! officials KH? plauiJitiK i si art ilic wo cif G (t'ciock iti an endeavor ti> steam at iiigiit. FnrE I U'lf. Glori 'eading feni. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS MEDICAL MASSAGE f'MI MAtinATH. June XO. -Sergi. X S. Korsyth arrived home on Friday afier- noon. Jle wolored from Ix-jfabrdgt1 and in ilie evening the bund, willi a large crowd, of v -ui -11 a- t i fliui a large crown oi nuzcnF, iveiu bilin.itulT often Up ,o hompE hlul. Krow in my moi'th. 1 tried tbey did not hHp me. Jlnt as I slsrtM takinj 1o mai Jioalclry is when for soTeraJ veajrB w' .MARSH BANK. SOc.a for irizl sue At poslpiiil IJJT Limited, MEDICAL MASSAGB AND SHAMPOOS _ PHONE 1710 FRACHE BROS.] __ _____DENT At. j DUS of Koyal SCOBS Toroflto oi Uonv inion maul room.? 54 Ulock. Vboot i'El. HjEBruoou f T. ALLJCX, DefttUt; ffadu; "II C, P. R. VETERANS Mr. Foraylh's ttie crowd journeytil ,io ihe home of Robin Taylor. hud arrived Ihe same day. Serji. has heeu away in ac- tive Sffrvirfr in Krauts most u{ ihe time, ily ii fine and we are all fclad 10 vrelcotne him bark. Oue o! the most pleasant afternoon socials-ever held m Magrath was that j Mrs. Cox., improvement Since Taking j spent by a uuiiibor of ladies oti Thnrs- j day at Hie Lome of Palmer. The ladifa gathered ou lUe lawii amid Uia (lowers, lea was served by Mrs. PaL-str and Mrs. Ury- den, assisted by Mm. Witlgrais.. The party waa in lionor of Bryden, nlio leaves shortly for iCngland. The ladies wisti tr-thank Mrs. Palmar for __ Phone 1003. CA KADI A N PAT R16Yl NO (.'aiveriiiy or Maryland; eiulpioeni. Offiot. S Ttyilnn, HiHiii ass. tier ti Dfj. ,'darta aod Ua_-u. Si to i. T. Jtj. 'res- Union Tanlac Proved a Grand Surpriic ing sraolce ihey leniauiber Tom 3lr. Oolfv baa Jield Ibc pozition lo -xliich A. Black.' a soldier, hail' been appointed1 before left io fight his country's bailies, ant! upon (be sold- iers after good and faithful e, "vras offered to iihn In-igafion Belt Proving vMore and More Attractive (o Farmers Pa thus l thai loses a fine cltlzsn and sport, both of which be by Victoria. con side portion of iho entef- tftinmenl f Drubbed hy members of Jbe the city park, where the sports-are to be beld, fine condition Tiave been, ptloB 'of a, large attendance.. Three or 'four jsameF ot -bAMbaH amlY -fool- will, add mwh tfl tin; in the programme, which include? .foot raclnf. horse 'raring, tugs of wanatid Jiitni'fcg contests. vV n-34 DELAYED EAST KORTUNB, Scotland, June giant dirigible will not be. able to st.irt. on its pro- pcise'd- .rina-Atlaijiio, flight for two unless-there ftticruM be an unexpectedly marked improTemijiii In -weather conditions. Jlobcrt profcssoi- MK- Ironomy Rt Harvnrd L'ltnircrslty, has reEigned. placlnfc her Tj-iaMiitul garden at their Those present j dames Calmer. Brytien. I Hocking, relgar, Coc-Aranc. Prvde-Un- Igau. ilooO, Hoberls. Moore. 'Llovd, CJaunco, McOan. Lamb and Mi-s. Fred Palmer. Mrs., Phillips and -Miss VYliitt. Mrs. Gauuce entertained tlie Lad- ies' Aid at her home oa Friday after- noon to a delightful tea. Among tboce present were Mesdames Hood, Dry- den. Palmer, Hocki'ax, Phillips, Fill- wood, Moore, Arnold, IJovd. "VYillgraxE Staffeu, Miss Whitt and Miss Cran- dali. Mrs. Gaurcc was assisted in serving by Mise' Crandal and Mav Hood. Mr. and Mrs. U' Ferris, a son, Mr. and A. J. Mercer spent a days in Calgary last week at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold are visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd for a few days; alao the Her. tl. Isaac spent tbj week-end bere. Private" Albert Parkinson has re- turned hoEic afier svendini? some linio orerfiea'a. lie niotored from Lethbrldpc on Friday. Mrs. Wni. Wood, of .Salt is here visiting her son, Mr. Harold Wood. 'Mrs. Judd. ot Salt City, ar- rived here last -week to'snenj' the summer xTilh her mother. Slod- darf. Also Mrs.'Kmmclt, Hurley, Idaho, is spendiyg a. visit ivitbxher mother, Mrs. Dudley." -JIr- Mrs. John Turner and a promising, Industrious buy of George and J.ired -Mercer, -Mrs. Shel- fFrom Our Oicn COALDALE, June The C. P. R. Veterans Colony is. now almost entire- ly filled up with returned soldiers. with them. The Suggltt Agency 50ld the farm ot Mr. T. P. Brown, three miles south of Coalilale to Mr. Gray (rom Wyoming. Mr. Gray will take posseEElou next year. illts JtcEowell, 'sister o[ 3irs. Bea awaon is (now TisKins at Coald School closed, on and Ihe are left Ui worry the pup- ils. Sir. Sclioneltl is to preside at ale. only r. Scli at Ta ber, Well! Coaldale ball (earn got lick- ed at i.ethbridge, but they gave Letu- britlge a ruti for their money. Tho whole community sympathizes with Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Obef in (he death ol their fecond son, Jobn. Job: 12 years, but never to rally bis full strength after an'attack oE in- fluenza. Later he developed typhoid fever and diert in the Ualt HospiEal. A large aHscmby oi sympathetic neigh- bors attended the last rites, from Mackay xnd Bell's nndertakins par- lors. The service was conducted by Ilrv. II. Uosomworth. Mr. Broyahead was uflc Indignant at'the remarks in his column about lumber companies building housea. He was afraid ;fhat it "was intended l.o suggest tbat he was to Ife Irishes to deny, tlie .'charge with j vehemence. j and the preacher took a trip to Magrath laal'n-eek. AVc dtm'L know Vhere they keep it in the Gar- den Mr. Mitchell has been sick even since. "Hope deferred maketh Ihe- heari, This proverb illustrates tho feelings ot Ihe ilry farmers after the. .promising itrizzle on 'Saturday blew again. ton and (he Misses Myrtle liyle, Lyie, Ruby ieft oil Saturday for 3 motor trip to l.'tali and' oilier "It surely H Titular nefgliborhotid tjuf where live, {or rues' everyhodv 1 kuoss- Is taking it with fine re- recently saM Mn, Floi-a Coi. Vernon Are.. .V. E.. poriland, in lelling of her .meitMing iem-u with liie Tamous medicine. "I was in such B bad slate health." continued Mis. Cox, for laFt years I was hardly to go tint anywhere at all. Soon j aTier'catius aiiybtng I would have a stuffy feelitiR like- my Aoruach was fiPed will] gas. and often; during Hie night my heart >rould beat so hard find fasl T would aituply have gasy j for breath, and someUnieB wfoeii go-j ing about the house, 1 would get to dizzy aTid feel, so laini anil weak that J wouldn't dare sloop I was afraid of .falling. My arounJ town again. 'expected'to gef Ija'clv home' lired la ileaih end ready to nTnr-i nrea lo and reauy to iron; flCCCTT DDCibut WBS a graul I il not mp bnt UlflLnlllUI ULI I ULUI1U Triends as well, for 1 hardly fell (he raw IMS CHINESE HAVEN'T WITHDRAWN PAfllS, spito of tlicir refusal to sign.the peace treaty Siu- Chinese delegoles nre not regarded ns having with'tlrawn from the. poacc conTerencc and will Continue, to iu Ihe proceedings. The deiegitin delegMinu is awaiting instruction! that don't-mush down in milk or i Flakes crumWe in y v4 Rich'Rakes, Crisp Flakes V, y No wonder the Canadian, people "i (are literally M eating' them up? I 'J I Fastest selling corn flakes on'tthe'market> (From Our COLTTS. June Jir. ami sirs. W. .1. .Yariln l t.s ot peace hy giving a chicken supper In the Almost seventy' guests assembled to narlake of the good things provided1 and all went away delighted wlili Ihe'hos- pitalily of their generous .host and hostess' The Icsling of. the Imperial Oil Com- pany's huge lank proceeds apace. About gallons of .water havo now. been pumped into il. It will lake ut least two weeks more to fill it com- pletely. A steady stream of immigrants con- tinned lo pour tlirough this port froni the U. S. .A. The majority of lho.se passing through complain bitterly of the heavy laies Uncle.Sam is iniiios-" ing on them, and can't understand why Canada, that was at war long before the United States lias such low laics. Jlost of tiicra nre heading for' the ,Peace Jiiver'tlistricl. The school liere is now closttl'and ivill not re-open" August 1 9ih.- Jlev. 11. Isaac is now paying monthly visit to Contts and' will 'hold services nest Suuttay in Ihe Knglisli church at 7 o'clock. F. H. WILKINS StGHT SPBCIAilST Siu'.hsrd Thlrt South, 'Phone 1959, Ret. Phone Utfko phooj 7, pica, Olttou: fin. iv. n. CAMPBEL.U" DRNTIBT.' i-raduato ot Cblcaio Collexo al ul AlLsru BlocV, Clotbini Suite. phone 150S. llesidence iiUone ruwCHBRToVntiiC "jrilT ot the aucEjo CaUuje o! Den- ial Surtorr. Hours. 9 lo s. Oliica. "Ooiiia J ma 4, Empress Ulocl. Jouj doors north of tbe Alertader liutel. Phone Mrs. Charlie Kcllcy spent last weel; at tho .lakes 'vfslUng' al Ihe slimmer home of .Mr, "Herbert E." Kellcy and Sprlpg; Coulee. J. .Jf; kelson aud family 'mo- tored to palgarr for the week-end. Hurry is spending a neelc at tho lakei with Ulhhridgo (rlends. yifHrs. Farrls arid Jliirray. (solillef 1 rcturnptl this COLLECTIONS We handle all over worlrf. NO results no cKarqe 'Everything in Book- keeping Audits- for aay perlo'l. Sys- tems ami ronauliaitons.1 Uooks feejtt ami balanced. We tan you time. solicit bustncsT, outside oC tric'cify. R. C, FARRTS SERVICE AGENCY 6 MtcdonalcTBlQck Phone 16TI CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY t, 912 Third Avenue MISS GLADYS ATTREkr Trill hoW her next on WettneadaiT, in. (hi- Y.M.O.A.. the usual nonri. H. J. S. WHA seon and Accotl JBIock. OHice 3.30; 7.30-8.30. -P residence, 1S2 GARBUTT I 411 8th St. Day and n I Shorthand mod all Commercial; Butje OfTleft I Resfdenct Phone of Principal II foR Full lo format! on. PRIVATE DECORATINO DEC- nritori. Paptrfijicroni Palntirt. Kalioralnlni. General Dicoratla'i nod Slfn Wrillng. Eslfuatei Ttift oTdcst establishad pAlntars In H7J; phone Sherlock Slit., LiUi. Prlral 7U> Houlli Phong 74 N. OLIVER PAINTEE. PAPBRHANaER. kslso- jniDing. Get our prioes, do country irork. 625 Gth St. south. Phone 1056. A. DECOHAT- f (Elf an-J Pbona 690. ___ _ MISS PianHorl PJaving andjTneorv vnpjls tbe eiamtnfilions' of'tli I Academy anrt HOVA! College Millie, London L" Klsnd ,Jl L ivert Stud r) 6'3 1 South MRS. H. TEAB ot Hahnony and tan ttuo'lo filllr equipped irlth bl hoard, iLddfl olFitlnc tcirtl etc Studio 1221 A. toutt v GENERAL BUILDING; _ SUILDINd IONS AN'D en jour tspiiri, atoty on plastering, concrete -flrjo'rt, step ii fie walks suiy thing {In cement line I Elh -v jonln IF STATELY DIGNITY Is your cholcfl for a monument we aro ready lo submit a varlely of designs.' Lethbridge Monumental Work> 8th Strut; Soulh, R. Neem, DONT K-r--FQRCET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Please Notify W. LOWE, Phone 1603 MnlMlNISD i' Wll IF IT SHOULD HAIL TODAY 'J'oiiiot-row would be too Jale lo insure vour crop. pUone-or _, Alier you Sfty: you will tiate tSp with the FARMERS'VJ havf'loo! agentsiln every ...______ AND Wo are competent to do-all klodt o! julntlns from outstds vyfa to Ontit _ ______. decpratlor. We on conn I T1IOS F try nclioolj and Lowait ami reluraed estJmAlef. o[ will f an naper in clly. Watch for yellow an 71. Brown. 313 6th A. nouth. Fhont 323. !j 20 years. _ PAIXTIN'G. Automobiles and Delivery Wagoni i Painted. A. Adolphjon, 736 ,12lh .SI. C, N. 8P1RELLA CORSETIERE Ma9< Phane MRS. MARTIN 711 St. A, S. IS94 S.HOE REPAIR1NO SHOE Tour shoe repalri. Work promptly. Orders ballet, for und oV IkeretL FraaV ell 4tk South. Job or llrtur Repairs alterajtfciH and Joblilng qrtlcktr girfn HeinoJellir.K a necialtr Adjreu Thos. F. Ward, Cflrpanter, Builder' and RPtnrnod Veteran 7 Are S I 0 floi 53, 1 othbndgs' f. v j IB French Dry altminale danger of roenla Only liio lilKlMt cluPfratt turned onl No dreing Imaediitt) ttenllon glwn to conmry j JJ4 6th "Jlreit aouth Phone 1I1J 1 LOO CL.BAN1NO, ind RBp'lrior ind 'Ml at prlcea TVican dtllTtr fault 41) Cth Pkoiia S84 OUNIMITH? OUNSMI'i'HS llraljUlened, gang 'reitock ti. gun work done by bjs mt.it, locks _____ i, IBJ iijtt n. D, K. Agent