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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VHIDAY. Jl'IA' 18. WO Accepted Invitation of Hiillers i-Dcilh of Mrs. McCarten, An Old Timer care After her husband's death was taken to the borne ot her slswr. Mra. I-eary. B'JK has been ten- derly cared for. The Mrs. Me- Carlen-leaves sisters allti ihcre to mourn departure, on esday morning the funeral a belli In St. Michael's fhurcb with Father McCoy officiating. Alter the rvlce the jirorcssioo moved to Ine cal cemetery where burial was made Mr and Mrs. Ilalph Btone and Mrs c'o, Ahiu left on Saturday to spend short time in the mountains. THE DAU.Y HERALD and wife.; aud fitting out an ice waul iwrlor. Wednesday Will He Day I-ongj To Hememlicred by Warner Masons (From Our Own Corre HOW ISLAND. July It OU Tburs WWXKIl, July IT.-l'i si'ite of >be- IU corning u Aie burning wind, ElliV9SD ,o >ver 101 Musoas i all parts of the I Chautau.nia. arrived In town lond i vo.itorday. The com- ea '1 bsck their EOU who has been In the bospltnl there under Dr. Sinjlho's ot niencei next Tuesday. July lasts for six days. se.-sim mer wacaer ot something a I llUcml. its iiavJ' -mo on a -Mra. Dr. Haynes and Mrs. A. W. i-iiiiniii.- :ii iliu river Fuller motored to Medicine Hat. iiuiiiKii ai luc I afternoon, utie north of Grassy Laki-. turnnv r. Iluret. has nude his store more of dajs j. osptn ere treatment for a broken leg. We are liltased to say tual he is able now to about wllli crutches and to come Sir James Visits Sir James Hart., Grand Master oi the Orange lodge save a von- Inlcrc.'-'liiis and instructive ad- in Ihe I. O. 0. K. Hall, on Tues- 'day I'Vi-iilinr. on O.ie State'I-inguagt- Out) State School." The audi One Stale coo. e to ei.ce. ,ho.Sh very lar.e. on.n. to .he excessive heat, no doubt ware very attcnt've, showing their upprec- iatlon. Sir James is on his way to Toronto to attend the Supremo Grand Orange lodge and while in this city was tho guest of Mr. anil Mrs. Werls. Mrs. Laurie, who has bren in town for ft few davs, yesterday, having appointee! Mrs. II. Clierry agent for this district for toilet articles, etc.. tliat she !s head tor. Mrs. Coorge Kvam Iff. ye.i'.erday on visit to Higli Hiver. At s-jMon, men of Hie calibre of the good Padre, urn o'clock the visitors again re- rH -o Hie Athletic Hall where ihey''Wre the guesis of the total Warner The band was' I'u attendance Kuve several selections between Kogs which'was greatly appreciate Tho Sudny Scliool picnic tor t Primary DepaVtrnent which was h on the St. Andrew's church lawn 1 Friday afternoon, was a most en ov affair Marly Wly little ones present and the time was passed pleasantly In playing games. Then the little lols were taken into ,he church and.seated and given splendid lunch of sandwiches cake and ice cream, with lemonade tor drink. Alter-the-luucheon nuts were thrown on the lawn for a "scramble which delighted the children. Mes-, dames 11. ll.Ela-.rie. tie Sunday School teachers, deserve a great deal of'praise for Ihe interest shown in making this such a pleasure prepareu u; _ -Misow. at wj-icli over 12, sat down. After the KOOd provided lad neon dlsiioabd of. n number oE mter- ostia" crrt reriructive speakers were, w' Uro. S. V. Taylor, of Calgary. i-iisMiraild Master and Oranrt .Secre- Ury of the .Grand Lodge of Alberta. H. W. lira. J. icemmls, Deputy Grand Master of Pindher Creek; K. W. Bro. R YV Uro 11 II. Hoyt, ot'i.....- ll'ro J. S. Stewart, of Lethbridee; w' Bro. Kred Hick, of North Star Loilge Lcthbridge- W- Bro Commis- sioner -MecOj of 1 ctlibrluge W Bro L ot I ethbndge Lodge Bro Thompson ot Chantv lethbridge W Bro I D Wil ton of Doric Lodge Tiber W Bro Jloumson of Diamond City Lodge and Bro J f' Robertson of most lodge The tan! Lodge was reiirescnted on tho sneakers list bv W Bro P who expressed his, rride on behal' of the local looge at the largo attendance from such widely scattered points -md of such eminent tt-ibun- ind linked the loc-ll Misoiis for their energy and la> -uch a hril ui for their pupils. Others who assisted during the afternoon were Mesdames V C Ludtke and J. Hurlbert, Miss Schonert and Mr. II. Murray The Bow IshinrJ Orange lodge, hav ing' been invited to celebrate with Ihe Medicine Hat lodges on the l.th of July accepted the Invitation and several of the fflSHibers and families :lnc .was held li ,-ere swings, race and ball games for the smaller ones and prizes given. Then there was bail game and races jumping- el tor the larger ones, but. many prefe zeal In making the liani. success The visitors -nilhout 'f exertion ,oiccd_tlitir__pLeofurer at making th? trip ami said Uic> had been well repaid tor facing (he and dis ancc and expressed their to the local Masons for the efforts thej hod put forth to make the da> a success and csueclllK to the 'ladle for their large and tlioroughl share in the arrangements Tnentv into loids made the trip i (our coming from Taber two from Fun-most, one .tfrom -Diamond CIt> 1 and Iho balance coming'from Leth bridge, not counting the cars used by th'c local members from Now Dayton and Milk it an- ptars to Ire a, day long to be remetn: liered by the local lor me _ red to spend thetirue soc'al inte course About 00 p V, the table were made and the visitor wu-e seated to ivell arranged and filled tables with mam attendants Sutcls 116 visitors were ev eated more kindly the vi ors then tlie others partook of the inch One thing one could not f o notice was the attention given he chiflren of Sled cine Hal prese V UMe vla6 set tor them and all s nd ate a splendid lunch while t islfors were eating their M10NYARIOST, TOROHTO JsltorE were Krttii.5 n adjoining table When Innch was over the crowd began (o disperse all jfftlftMl wltoHhe "pent" "Tho attendance at the United Sun School was somewhat Hrger on Sundav .hat Mr fico Millar Bible Glass teacher previous jo his signing h the colors, -was there igam and wnl resTTme his Rus sel who has been away from here about a rear, and Clarence Me who has bee'h atu.nd.ngi school In Medicine Hat, were both back In their class S Mr Kerelcin fo-merlj of the Union link from overseas ast Friday. f Mrs. Jas. Carson, who. went to Oliver some-weeks-ago for the henc- it of her last Frl.nay, nd-vyen.t 'pat to her- fatlier's home.i Pleasant on Saturday. Pleased o hear-.that-'jha'isjeeling stronger. Mr. Casley, ot Btzi- kom, wcroMu, town on Thursday >p.sl. BlIlTH-VTlie stork called al the Lutheran 11 on Saturday, 12lh and Iba a-liaby girl with ncy. Sir. and Mrs. Daniclsori.' Quite a large camping party lett here on Friday morning for the moun- tains where they -purpose spending some days fishing.' Tiie 'party Includ- cd Messrs. Ueid, HoyS. Beattie, Dr. Gepl Hldgedale. Homer King, Thoa. Fairburn and Fred Hen- derson. i'; Mrs. R. S.; Beattie is in Lethbridge, a guest of jirs.-.Iiert Fuller. Dr. Paters'on has returned from vislU at Uiseland, Sask., and Mrs. B. Palerson accompanied him back and will.sriend a.short time In lias many Death ot McCarten Again have' 'io 'chronicle the death of one of Bow Island district's earliest settlers. On Sunday July I3th, Mrs. John McCarten, widow. of the late Mi. Jphri McCarlcn, passed nway at''Ihe ago of Ha .yca'rs. Her husband predeceased her Just a few wceka having met with n fatal acci- dent tor'some two or three yeirs Mrs McCirlcn has been in very deli cite hctillh nnd required constant] Essential to tht first dirigible flight across the Mantic, :'Carried although every inch of space was priceless. 'That1 is the proud story of the connection of Adams Gahfor. ia Fruit Gum witli- the R-34. the'fatigue of the heroic crew. v Read the bfficial item as set down in the log: jj tlic j4 f your own tAp through the ms Gum handy. t "fily Delightful'' R at ten for Adam 'Tf b i JJi- J: ;