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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JL'NT, C, 1913 THE DAILY 11KH.U.U PAGE J Services Held Over of Lale N. C. 1'ouUen, Heaident of District-18 Ytar.8 (From Our Own Correspondent) MAQRATH, June Tuetday ifternooa services wero held In Ihe L. D. S. church over tho remains of Mr. N. C. iPoullBn. who passed away here at his home on Saturday right, after Illness ot flve weeks with Ihe typhoid fever, tip Immediate cause of his dealt belni heart trouble. The houBS was crowded wllh sonowlns friends present to show their respect lo Ihe doparted- and the bereaved family. Tho services wero In charge of Blihop'Hsrker. ..The choir under the direction ot J. O. Bridge, rendered Ilia following selections: "Till tho Itesurrecllon "Cod Moves In a Jlysiorlouj and "Unvoll Thy nosom Faithful and n duel by 3. 0. Bridge and Elv? IfVrker. The speakers wero Messrs Chas. Burl and-E. Cahoou of Carduton both life long Irlends and 'acqualntnnces of the 'dopirlr-d, and W. II Hlndley. A. Mercer. J- Ulhb and Ilishop All: spoke words of comfort and consolation to the family and spoke of.the sterling qualities and Us hcerlcduei! ot Sir. Ho was an honest .upright ;-man and. a fallhlul Latter Day Salnl, a sood hut band-and" fathn'r. No hotter things lould be said of anv'person thau Ihose spoken of Mr; Poulsen. No family in Mngrath has- more friends than the I'oulscn fami'ly. They, always being so kiriil and considerate ol others, will Ing to help'-everyoneybas vcou them a host of friends bolh liefo and In othe places. The 'ojienlng and closlni prayers were offered by P. A. Woollc: and W. Ackroyd. The ball-bearer wero: Wni. Paul Taylor. Alt. Bar- tdn, Harold Wood and Amos and An- drew Peterson, Mr N C Foulien was born Jan. Manli. UUL. Hla uiether died when he was very young and !his lather later. He ha. a brother, 'C.rl Poulaen nere. Hater Hall nl Manll, He came lo country about IS resided lu He leaves lo mourn him besides those mentioned, a. wile and tour children. The lamtly wish to thauk HI tso.1 .ho so kindly helped them In thel bereavemeat and elao tor ful offerings: Wreath, Women Inalllute; anchor, Royal Bank itaff Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Drake, Ml.i HIIIH and Mill Clarke; sprays, Mr. and Mm Bennet, Mr. ud Mn. Harol Wood and family, Taylor family. M and Mrs. J. II. Turtsr ,nj Agnei, M and Mrs. J. E. tferker. Mr. md Mrs Isaac Sibey, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Sabe Mr and Mra. Wm. Palmer. Mrs. Wa son and Margaret, Sin. Clara Johnao and lamlly, Mr. and Mr.. Andre Rasmusien, Mr. and Mr.. Ctrl Pou and family, Mrs. Hall and L.tll Mr R W. and Umlljr, Mr iiono and Mrs. Crllcb.ll.ld. iU. and Mrs' Morris Bluall; Mr. and Mn. ilarker Mra. Healhershaw and Vrs. tasmuiion. -Mr. and. Mrs. AmoB uid indrew Peterson and UmllleJ. Mr. nd Mre. Norton, Mr. and Jlrs. A. nullock. Mr: and Mra. Harris. Mr. tnd Mrs Fred Pnlmer, Mrs. Pyper, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Harker, Mr. and Mrs R. Rasraussen. Mr. and Mrs. C. Jen "lorn-To Mr. and MM. Bab- a son. Mr and MrB. Olsen and Mr. and aldwell of Cardston'attended the lun eral of Mr. Poulsen. Mrs. J. Young of Lethbrldje In lorfo this week. BOTH SIDES CONFIDENT ATLANTA, Ga., June 6.--Conlldenc In the outcome ol Iho strike ordero tv Ihe Commercial Telegraphers Union ol America ajalnit the Western Union Telegraph Company In the te southeastern erpraised lo day by leaders on bolb sides. Lest Wfe Forget ni'arth Anspicei Proceeds, lo assist, .'in. beautify.JIIR Sol'diers' Plot at trie Cemetery. -Tne Chapter has plans for making the l Plot it beautiful spot. They need money lo enable Item to out these plans nnd are counting on tit Bcnc.iosj.ty of everybody. (From Our Own BOW ISLAND, June Ladles Aid ol lie United church held a very atKoeaifnl psotry sale Jc "he roil oom lABt [Saturday afternoon. In absence ot Her. V. M. Gil bert service was taken by Mr In St. Andrew's church lajt Sun night. Mils Wrlgal's pupils gave a mu. recital In the I.O.O R hall las Monday right- There was a good a tendance. All were pleased with th The lied Cross Society rejula monthly meeting was held In Ihe res room Wednesday. Ihe ith. Only (h membera preae'nt. Time wa spent in Red Cross sewing. The congregational meeting ot Ihe Vailed church wai held In SI. ndrew's United church on Wedoea- ay evening, the tth Init. Tin re- otil ol the different branches of Ihe work were read end after all the butl- ers ot the meeting allenied lo social time was apent. Rev. V. M- Gilbert will be the mln- Bter for the coming year. Dr. Monro returned from Calgary ait Friday. Mrs. Hall was a Medicine Hal guesl OTor the week-end. Mr and Mra. T. R. Hlalne. returned rom a visit In Calgary last Saturday, Mr. Hobt. White, Calgary, "Pent part of list week here on official buslnesB, earing oh Saturday afternoon for Medicine Hal. Mlta Gilbert returned lo Medicine H.I on Salurday after a pleasant visit with friends here. MlBS Fleinmtng, of our local schoo Blaff, enjoyed e, vUH from her mother and slBter orer the week-end. Mr. and 'Mrs. Scnonerl mo tored from their home at N'anton lait Sunday and have been spending a few days -with friends here. Mr. R. Palerson, 'Luselaod, Sask.. arrlred on Ihe Sunday morning train a'nd later In the day he and hit brother, Dr. Paterson, started oft .on tlielr holiday trip to the north. Mrs. Hnrlhert. returned home on Monday after a pleasant visit at the home of her BOD, Mr. L. Hurlbert, Car- Save Something Every Week No miller how tattle, you owe il lo yttrtclf, your family and your busineis lo live aomtuHiruj every .week. Kegularity coont with this BanV. Add lo it regularly. Il w'Jl quickly grow. It wil help you to something reilly worth while later on. Reaine lil d- IIO.WI.OW THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA Weak or Anaemic or Nervous or Run-down W. D. Mrs. L.-T.I. Cullen.-wlth family, let! on Monday afternoon tor Ottawa, Ont., where ihe Intends to make Ihree- months1 visit. Mn. Moerke icrom- panled Mrs. Cullen to ..fMr. MeKenna visited Medicine Hat on Monday, returning Tuesday. "Mr. and Mrs. S: Y. Hurst motored "io the 'Hat on Monday. The sUtar Society; ot St. Michaels church meet with LywwAl, 'soulb of town, this week.'i jin'Iu Carson retVuned from gEry has gone to homVof. her pirenla, and W. View, tome time. Her manyfrienda hope that the climate of the sonLtt may help her rualn her strength. ncv V. M. Gilbert armed hom-'H readily understand why is invaluable lo ihoie xno ale Weak, Anaemic, Ncrvoui. Run-down; lo invalid! and old people, and to all who are cUpieued and oul o[ aorls. Duy WlncacDU the looie nil beta ociuc- cadully uoitiled lor Deaity 40 yun. Aik you Doctor. Getitat T cfP-rf, iful. v. nrrfornmi-, leJ ty Afrdifal iy, Slttfbuntu. Bnui i L, Crittr, In aia-ei: 41.00and (e.trVUroobolll-) Proprietors: COLEMAN S: CO., Ltd., Office, 67 PORILAXD FHA.NK S. BALL, RtsidintDinclof: Satis Agents for Dominion RiLril J. Co., Foy 77 er Eecietary the treasurer; ilr Baker! secretary ol .-warj and Governor ,Cox, ot Ohio, are' tic most likely of Ihe Democratic, can- didates. 11 seems to bo generally tak- en for granted that ilr. Wilson will not stand tor tt third term, dence tlius far revealed Journ: ey indicates thai If an election werfe held to-day there would te without doubt'.arr1 overrvhelmlne Republican FOR STURDY WEAK Put-tKe boys anrj girls in sKoes this stiittmef. They tcan Have two or tKree pairs for the price of one pair of leather >tloes.; The W price of ftnJ their jhjrdy vjear, miike'them me most satisfactory hpS economical summer ypu can buy f. fit children. iTIie Best Slioo Stores Sell 'i- "Wm. IverB Is not even on the Strike Committee. He Is Just edilor lot the Western Labor leaders will tell you. Despite tbia he i, ".real man behind the, dictator.; ihlp of do-nothlnglsm. Bo'n Just outside ot Winnipeg, was a Red Hlver market gardener and became a pupil of Dr. Salem Bland, I higher thought artlsl. in Ihe Wesleyan of the M.U, odlsl Church, at Ihb corner.of Man and Selkirk streets, In Winnipeg, r.orlh end, he bocamo noted as an cilreme p.citl.t. He took a Btrone stand BSilrj'l the intervention, and did his besmo stop recruiting. Atler two of turmoil he wai displaced, and formed a Labor Church, holding services every Sunday evening In Iho Labor Temple. Thin becoming too small for hu congregation he preached every Siin- uay evening In the Columbia Theatre to about people. "His views were that of an extreme said ona ol his opponcntr. today. "He has a great deal of ability 1 Thlnfacad, clean-sbaved, aharp-noa- ed, wllh dkrk auburn hair, good leoth, modorato voice and persuasive argu- ment Rev. Mr. Ivens Is a power, yet many claim that the more sober.people iot the'lahpr element are drifting from 111; paper contains much good-natur- ed barter. Me advises readers ;lo "husband your'.resourcos.'fjel In your household all the goods you can lay your hands on. Do not Bpcnd any loose change unneces- sarily. We will sland lojether till Ilo hlnls tHat outside atslalanco Louis Keel Fashion Craft Clothes Shop Young Men's and Man's Two and Three Piece Sui'ts For summer, wear some are quarter silk lined. tor rnay.uo aoughl, saylnc: "it mnV yet Dc ncc Winnipeg' lo coll upon organized labor In other cllles for support.'; tho International Federation, ot l.alior do hot countenance sympalV ellc slrlkrrs this, the Citizens' CoiV.mll- lee volnt out. not very Winnipeg dlspalcli ,ln Toronto gram. HON BYRNE ILL 1 t Because these suits are offered' at do not con- elude that they are merely suits. In woolens, in style, in workmanship, in trimmings, the value unques- (ionably is not less than In Flannels, Cheviot's, Cassimeres. STRAW For Men and Young Men The season is here and our summer display now ready. New straws, new .weaves, new styles, Panamas, Leghorns, all the good new braids, fancy or plain snappy style ideas. to KIIKDBHICTOS, X.. B., June Ilon. .Inmcs I'. Ittrne, atlorney-genora nf McW Ilrunflivlck, I? seriously 111 li tlic Knllm! Rlittosand lion. C. W. lloh- liinoi'i, inninlji'r of "in govtiriiir-" wlllionl (Kirlfullo. Ijctii nc'iirtt: ;