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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta First Large Shwp Owner in South to Complete the Task )jTo t-alned HO points and among eleven i-oulesiaitfs. A (arewell party was held Thursday events boase for three the builJins ol tuiljinss lu Southern Alberta: Our Grurd Teanle. five, years of business eiper- the meeting lenco hero'tad caused him to, regret his leaving oar lown and dlatricl, but Moudii neit (or Sail I-ake City 11, grateful tor the kind, and thfn (or inleslons In various EII.j ;OK> wlshoi eipressel ol the U. S. TbBy are Marlon Mcrk prelfnl anj he most heirtily ley. Wallace Dudley and rix-iproe.ilej tticui TUK DAILY HERALD is, were among those whet welll out n train lor Tin U. Fi'A! delefntea were lu evl- ivtB llsdinj some ot those-leaving or Lethlirldge to atlerj the political :wtrc Messrs. J. leiiry Tinnu, Jensen nud Sui El. Mrs. Tanntr. mother of Jlr. J, 8. anner o[ Hill Sprlie, also departed or Paysou; ijlah. has purchased A'farm on .Uie Cooh'rane lands uud Is to ttlspose of ber to make her home In Canada. WEDNESDAY. JUNB OV.T Own "51AOBATH, June Friday fve- lilng a wedding reception was given at the Matkln home. In honor of Mr. and Mra. Chas. Metkin. who were recent Ir in Sail l-ake Clly. Utah About lidy guests irere present am royally entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Matkln snd Mr. and Mn. J. C Peterson, parents of iho bride and groom. Two long tables in the din Ing-room were laden with gooi thlni! >o est, and ihe n-eddlng supper wai pronounced one ftl ihe best over. TbJ bride and groom were tbe recipient of many beautiful and presents. Chas. 'Malkin -Is tbe oldest sc-n ot Mr. arid Mrs. Benjamin Malkln. well- known clJieus here. -3Irs. Matkln (nee Miss Irela Peterson) Is Ihe third daughter of Mr. aui) Mrs. J- C. Peier- ion. or Welling. They are bolh. popu-j young people and Tvc all JolL In vlihlni; them a long and prosperous life .Mrs. J. H. Bridge left oa Thursday tor ihe Stales, where she will spend some time visiting relatives. We very much regret to nota the passing of Mr. N. O. I'oulsen, a well- inown .MaRrath man. He had bean 111 for about ihree -ee-ts wilh typhoid ferer and was recovering nicely when the end c-ime very suddenly about midnight Saturday. Mr. Poulsen came here among the fh-il.Uagralh settlers, lie leaves', a wife and four children. I-'uneral arrangements are awa'.ting wort! from relatives in the States. (Julio k number ql Maeralh people motored to Lelhnridse on Tuisday Knd Wednesday evenings to attend tie Musical'Festival. Slagralh people -were very much shocked to hear of the sadden death of Mrs. Berg: Elliinsson. which oe- 'curreJ In Calgary on Friday'last. Mfi. Elllngson was buried in Taber on Tuesday, and a number ol .Magrslh people attended the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Ellington nre originally Ma- -rilh people, both llvlng'-here a num- ber of years: ago. The? lived here up until a few years ago. when iter moved to Medicine Haf.and laler to Calgary. Mrs. EJlingson leaves a-hus- band and ill children, a father and a number of brothers who reside In Taher and a host-of. friends through, out tie south country. The sytupjUiy ot the Magralh out to Mr. Ellington and "Among those who allendfld' tha funeral ol tha late Mrs. Elllngson ware 3Ira Shelton and 'Misses Lyle and Myrtle, Mrs. Turner, Mrs- HesUier- ihaw Mrs. Poulsen. Mrs. Rasmussen Mr. and 'Mrs. Andrew RasmuiKn and Hall.-V The'Red Cross, Majfttb, acknow- ledge with thanks receipt of JH from Bishop Peteraon Mr. R- W. Bradshaw it first to have the wool clip-olf IM3 season. He fin' ished shearing at Beazer lasl week and will finish here about Monday. The shearers go from Mr. Bradshaw's to the Shelton and Wood Bros.' herds on the river north of town- Magralh h'pfoud to boast of 6wn- lag tie winner ,o( the baritone solo Ri'rif The crosr.iui was as follows: Selection choir: address by" lire Brifss: o! welcome y Uon, Vera Babcocii: wtoby Bishop Kaiter- duel, Rson and J. A. 'isito by each of u.'fslon. mlsei cLorus c! boys Reed HacVins. A rep- resentaUon of a sired meeting was .Iron by direr llirte and Woniel. Ajter ihe splendid Prvjgram everj-OM enjoyed Iheo-.sflves In a social dance. A. large crowd waj present 10 wish Ihe bort Godspeed In their work. After proloyjej arr'ause. tie gen; lezuen'p quartette recdereJ '-Woman" and upon being encored savo very nlce- y "LartoirJ Wau-h." Rising tho company all joined in the ugiog ot -lie is a Jt'lly Good Fellow." Municipal Hosaital Vote As returning offlcoX for the riding Mr. K. -S. Barker reports that lie is nstrucle'.l logo: o'jr for a pel :o be tiken Hie hospital scheme as already adverlisfd lu your columns on June 25ln, 1S19. At Ibis election it is understood lha the wives and daughters of ratepayer: also vole end It is nurr an oppor iuoiiy lo air thii i rheae fully aui have everybody understand it- II i hoped that the Minister of Municipal lies will visit this riOins and addres the people upon this scheme and w On Wednesday Afternoon and to Retiring Bank Manager PAIUS. June. Paris subway lines are shut down this morning as a result of a strike of their employees. Tha strike declared last at a meeting of the men attended by more than of the workers. A dispatch from' Lille staler that approilmatclr. men-are out In :he general strike In the Pas de Calais mining, regloQ. Absolute quiet pre- vail j In Ihe .district, no dli orden whatever being reported. Publishers Will Suspend Optr ntion Till Non-Union Op- erators Trained nro also l HUE-VOS AVRBS, June pub- lishers of Buenos Ayres are said to have joined In a compact never to admit any union printer In tltclr shops. The principal newspapers have al ready started linotype schools and are teaching prospective operators. U.S. FLYING AWARDS for Premier SlewarLi n [s asserted that lue old employ- 10 journey hither and. to see our on newspapers will be given their trii-l anJ meet our people. Mr Martin Woolf. our member, is working hard lo this end. Conference Visitors Quite a number of our people de- parteJ for the postpone! general con- ferouce of the L. D. S. church lo meet nlnn'STON May at-i on June 1st. Presldonla Edw. J. Wood, Mr 51r6 A. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Snow. Smith, und- Mr. Dar'ry Har- jobs again only when they from the printers' union. resign The present agreement of the news- papers Is not to publish for In days from the commencement of the strike and it will be nnewable indefinitely every 15 all Ihe are supplied with sufficient staffs to permit ol unrestricted publications. Telephone rales in New Brunswick are to be increased. ATLANTIC CITY. Juno committee of the pan'-.Amerlcau Aero- nautic Convention, In Its report aub- mltttil today, announced the wlnnera o{ the various contests staged in con- nection wlih the annual convention held throughput (he- monlh of May. Among Ihe awards to bo made were: Doelon Glofce trophy, Capl. II. James, R.F.C.. firsf, Jl.COO: longest flight, Capl. Mansell R. James. 310 miles, pan-American gold medal. Pulitzer trophy, valued al Capt. M. R. James. Atlantic City to Boitcn, elapsed time four hours: one stop ot 40 mhiutes at Mllchelllleld, L.I. Capl. James Is n native ot Watford, Onl., and is 25 years of age. He served with the Royal Air Force and Is the holder ot a Distinguished Fly- ins Cross. Capt. James has Leon miss- ing since Thursday, when he com- menced a flight from Boston to Atlau- tlc City. A search is being conducted 'by United States aviators. HDMO1.TON. con- tractors cannot get prices on mater- ials ihal hare to be brought lu from polnls, on account of the. hold- up in ihe malls, the department of public worka has eiteudeu Ihe on which tenders roay be submitted (or Tat milliter. HOB. A- J. McLean. riprMsw] hlmoeK ai rather disappointed, slace Iney had taken' every th.ll year to (et the work under way etrly in the teuon. this; reuou liere will hi halt a mllllOE dollars' worth of ork on public building! in the pror- nee held up Indefinitely. EMr McLean left Saturday afternoon .'or i'otooka to decide on Ihe Ella for Ihe new laundry building that It la proposed 'to build there this year at a cost ot IJD.OOO. Night Service McLaughlin Garage SAY N. V. BUSINESS HAVE TREATY WASHINGTON. June Senator Lodge, chairman ot tha senate foreign relations com- told tho senate today he had seen In the hinds of business Interests in Now York a copy treaty with Germany, glvon out by an American representative it 1'aris. but withheld by tho atale department from, tbe sen- ate. 11th for Kiel ter aorrlce tor our are vrepuvd to o> dKlonal work al nlititm. Cars waited lad waul or slmorilsad reuorp able (work done ty Old Country carriage Ttucki wBinsd, otled and Can fTMM4 ant oiled. Tire etc. Emergency c-alla proojpUy B tended to. Cara storad tn oar we well looked after. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd. Arthur Birnltey Steve Lawsan Manager Night Foreman WE ARE NOT IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS HI l BWVI rlvi since our suow o( May .and There wii a steady warm fain dur-1 ins a good part of lie al tills as a consequence every sun seems happy. The country to the northwest re oorts less rain than we have enjoyed Ihe rain seems lo have been iiulie. general. Farewell Banquet Between thirty and forty a'. Card- sion's business men gathered al the invitation of (he board ol trade last evening to honor to Ml. D. B. Emeno, manager of the Bank of Montreal here who has recently been promoted by tbt Iranslsr. Ip tbe nead iLetibridge branch. The commiltee in chargs comprlsec Ihe board yi triiie executive with lie three other bank managers residing llesjrs: Carers. JlacKay and Smith and this committee selected ihe Cahoon Grill for the'evenings tes- were laid tor'spmej forty gnesta, "mostly roBmtwrs ot-tie Board ot Trade. Mr Edw. J. Wood acted as Toisl Masler snd Mr. Emeno, the guest ot honor was sealed al his right end Mr. Steal president ot the board ot trade on Ms left. The ,'dfoner eerved was F03D iOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-011 Dr. A. T. SPANKIE M.D, C.H. Eye, Nose, Ear and .Throat Specialist Office: Suite 1J1-1JZ New P. Burns Building, comer fib ind 2nd Street E., Calgary. Phone.: Office, Home, M2077. Tractor Repairs We specialize in reborlng (raclor cjllnders, and tlllls; o7erBlze pljlons and We bare In Btcck at piesenl orenlze 'plfllons for all popular irjakei ot gai Lraclori. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 Avt. S. BROS. ..Phone 1732 L. i H. Roosa TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND. LlQH.T. yijht'Service .Pianos a flnec -O.-acrjl .for. llardlfvllle Bolldtfrt.'. We fell nnd deliver wood.. Stove and 4 fool lenglhl C. O. i.- PHONE. 1869 Office 822 2nd Avenue South niusa hist sianSard of 'the Cahops Chef and was liprousolF enjoyed; At lie complellon of the last .courjo a Qiiartctte. was given by Messrs.'Cure. MerirfeTr" ifemltli entitled It was very much appreciated ami received a hearty round ot ap- plause. In his usual happy mannsr, Mr. Wood Introduced Mr. Z. W- Jacobs. (or Ihe firs! speech and amid applause the. speaker alluded to his en years ol acquaintance, and the estimable ol Ihe guest ol lonor. ai evidenced In the growth of lha Bank of Montreal Mr. Wm. Laurie, barrister, followed alluding to the fact lhat Mr. Emeno was the third hank manager lo be pro moled from this point to Lelhbridge and be congratulated pur gaest on his well deserved advancement. Mr. E. N. Barker was Introduced as the "flrit banker" in Cardston, havln been lus first settler. He alluded, l the .many nne qualities ot our depar Ing 'gnesl and lo the kindly feeltng o all the business people here towar him as shown by those present and congratulated him on his promotion, as he waa Indeed an "Ideal banker." Mr- F. V- Carers, manager ot the Union Bank followed, eipresslng his congratulations and hope that Mr. Ztneno would jet he "tLs general Manager." Mr. TV. R.-'Mack-ay ot tbe Royal hank, while regretting Ihe removal ol I Mr..Emeno, could but feel Ibat In his promotion to Lethbrldgc he was step- ping In the ranks of the "Big and lhat bis successor would hare dimcult Usk In measarlng up to the mark attained by Mr. Emeno. As manager ot Ihe local bank, tha Cardsloo Loan Co., 31r. Jno. L. Smith eipreoEed bis appreciation of the help- Inlnejs accorded to younger men hy the guest of honor, and that hjs In- fluence upon the almoaphere of busi- ness In our lown had always been ot an n'pltdlng characler. As a represen-' tatlve ot the lov--n council, Mr. j. W. Low spoke ot Iho anil Ita spirit, how'i'l dld'away largely wlln venlionalliles" and he closed read- Ins "Where the West Begins." Martin Woolf, M.P.P., made a very hap'py'Spc'ech referring Irj Mr. aj a growing young man and ono, whoso'luture woulil show' I The 'prevalent unresl nnd uncertainly as shown in our .own land evidenced Ihe need for. cool headed and conser- vative men In the business, world, es- pecially In charge of the business of our banks. Wj H. Steed. H president of the board uf trade, cornmerideil Mr. Bmeno's falrniisa In all hl.q husiheas dealings and wished him In hfs new When called by the toast itiBnV't1, Mr. Krnei.o respon'leil Villi A tlioughl- Ful speech reviewing bur condilluna In tlifs (llslrlct'w'nirbu'r .frorrj our farnii, flocks ol .-ind of One rattle, anil paying a tribute of promise to Ilir; goml conditions Dial as a rule prevailed here, lie that thp. Irrigation projeft for Hill Kiirlng an-1 fUrnwnod mlghl (o cuiiiuleliuu, our' g'jOj iCH'Js OUNCING A Price Reduction on Goodyear Automobile 1 Tires and Tubes ffective June 2nd The new schedule of retail list prices on some of the ular sizes of Goodyear Automobile Tires and Tubea to apply on and after June2rit3, Cut out and preserve this list TUBES AB-Weather Tread Rib 30 x ssi 32 x 31 x 32 x 33 x 4 32 x 33 x 34 x 33 x had from Service How "Made-ih-Canada" Saves You Money Goodyear Tires are made in Canada you save the high-import duty. This chart shows the saving on some pop? ular sizes. to 30 x 6.25 34 x 33 x 34 x 35 x 5 MADE MN CANADA ;