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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It RECfiLIHE DAKS OF ,191W 5 111 RH Brig.-On. Stewart Presided iuaM Ovcv Gathering and Vraiscd Famous Unit General outlined tbe or I giiniiatlon of tto Battery, and. in his j reminiscences, showed that alihouKh >lic right mutncul to set City" After the tons "On Ihe road lo p Viandalay" been given by Mr. L. Hill, "llughie'1 McKuy proposed the' toast "Our City." and General Stev.-arl j calling upon Mayor llarjie lu runon'l, u irilmlc to Ihe Mayor, nut only un account ol his oflkial opacity, bu; .-cause he was fllher of two of their The mayor dwell on Ihe imliislria! i unrest, and llje influence of the ra-1 turned men for good or evil, which j ever side Ihey chose. He expressed. tiimself as a firm supporter of tuo bonus lo men. RS thl? the relinquished Us command betora proceeding overseas, 118 career had al 1 ways IMH- n of peculiar Interest lo him He recalled the nisi there bad heei in the Mrly days ot the war, when, he of fanada's limited military GEI15P.C. An by Ihe from C'aliary for permission to mo terlei ot ten auto races at the fair jroundi on Satur day. June The perraissiim given. races are in connection wilt Ihe racing thai has beeu solos on in Calgary. ii (By 11. T.t from ibe ot uii- Rwcrvinir to Klup and Knipirc ui -_ wWfh hts come to be recognized Western -wen had difficulty in Inseparable from Canada's relumed! enlisting; dwell upon the fact lhat fi-hling men. no toast was sa impros- 20th Battery had scried side sire es the 'Mb Battery dinner last night as thai cledlMled to "Absent CoraradcK." The sacrifices of the allied nations were brought home lorclbly to ill when conversation reverted, as it ha: -sum represented only a portion ol money sacrificed those and was foiltiived Jiy action In Ibe mist within oO s.rds ol Your by "licV Ran ol encnix machine guns but l.roiigi. ioul ,i aii [he tnt-ii "held oa nnlli! eiiillnE up at 'Bonn on the ftliliie. "N'eli" Law, cOrOpcValtng in the re spouse, carried our Ihbnshts back to uard. Alter this cainc-'ilie toas' "Ah- ?cnt Comrades'' put foi-ward by "Don and one's thoushtj flew hack lo solitary grnvcs iiiitbe Ypros Rhd northern France, inafiy Lethbrldge boys founa resting place. .The Battery reading uf Rudyai-d Kipling's "The Ladies" Jlr. H. Wyndham Thpnms.'.VThe gnen ,-heielth3 many UmssMn Kraiicc us dngolits..under nil sorts o" toiuilUons. mcin'bera the? Batter; hart antlcipateil jlisf'such a day as Ihis. lie was wounded-on April 3nl 1917. end later meeting some, of th bora who had been through l ling willi it Ihe name of Ur. II. 13. j Thomson of the C. A. M. C. In re-j sponding. Dr. Thomson, after an i anatomical eulogy of the men compris- ihut it was 25 years since he had first donned artillery uniform, and that as all recruits for the battery bad passed ifirougli liis bands, he felt like "A Daddy to them all." "The G. W. V. A." "llob" Ilrown gave llvirns', tallullon of "The Haggis." in his nat- IVG Scotch, alter which Mr. Uordun Rose, to whom in largo measure the success of tile evening was due; pro- posed a toast lo the U. W. V. A. He drew attention lo the decorations most tastefully arranged by Miss Bawdeir, Kho has, since Its Inception, been one at the be-t friends of the llaltcry; to lie generosity of Mr. Joe I.eo of the .ethbridge hotel, another (Irm friend of all LetbbrMsc soldiers, in'providing the and cigarettes, and to Ihc dndness of Mr. Sick, who, handicap- ped by legislation, provided the liquid rerreshinenls lo the utn'iost that the Intv allows. Captain E. C. McKsnzle. responding for the 0. W. V. A., emphasized Ihe high standard scl by l.ethbrldgc's first battery for those who followed them to Fiance, and after thanking Mayor Harrtie for bis interest In tlie W. V A wound with 3 tribute lo those who died and an oxhorlilation to liio S'etcrans to care tar their "Arild I.nng Syne" vrns'llien Mi'S. ind the party broke up inliLflit tin- promplu eiiUrtilriraiSiiti iiilhlly de- scribed o'nOlie' iiragrAm as "Spitiilnli- eons Combustion." 'Those prcscnl.wcre: i 3. S. Stewart, nrig. Gen. S7142 Gr.-W. J. Burliclt. Except on the question of holi- days to certain men in the power home, to which they clnlm they have a right, the chairman and the representative! of the coun- cil and the civic employeet have agreed on their award. As far ai can be gathered, this eward ii on thi basis of an average raise of 15 per cent, 'all round. The report to Ottawa will take the form ot'a majority and a min- ority one. This has become necfts- siry in that Mf Mcllibb held out for i the holidays claimed, which the city did not ses way to agree, to. The minority report conlaina the request for the days; ths majority report sinned by the chairman, Mr. Jamieson, and the arbitrator for the city, Mr. Wilson, does away with the question .of the holidsyj. Following is the official score >f last night's game in thu l.n> League: A.ll.Fl.ll.l'-O.AiK. The ftlct Item 111 your liouschohl expense'book greatly dccrcisctl if Soli cook Vith Royalite Cral Oil Instead of and 'coal., 'Use the dcpciidable New IVrfcctiun Oil Cook c nntl know iCs as ai Its This stove lias tltc Long Blue Qiinmey Dtirncr insuring lite titrfett coiltbiiBtion of every druphf oil Tlib ijaitis, its easily rcgttlatctl as without smoke or clctlrt tllld [iHciiie. Per cOcry ftyiilg, brolillnti roasting Of gives sefvtce >ear ilt .tud year meals on time and stove Cotltforl, v, The New Perfection keeps the kitchen cool ntitl Joil tltc drtldgcry of tio.ll, dshes ailil Kbit mufti leisure: W Joing oliief clHllllslaHic llstrs a tcsllliloliy of 1U liiatty ad-' Ullages. All sires, without aiidcabinet, Aak joti't neighbour abmiC Ihe KcW Pcffettifjii. Then sec jdtif dealer wlthoilL delay. far Sate litakrt Evctgvihcri> NEW PERFECTION THE' OIL T Boyd, P Hutlon, 2b 0 0 0 2 r o o o 0 10 1 1 0 1 i o 0 a i! :L S72SI Sgt. A. 0. S71SS Gnr. W. G. King. S71S2 Gnr. C. T. Ingram. SJ144 Udr. R. Campbell. 871C1 Gnir. P. GlenBeld. S7243 Unr. H. Williams. S71jlt_UiT. It. II. l-owe. S72Z5 H. Rannart. i '81240 D. J. Stickler. S714T Charmers. Act: Sgl. V. SJS67 Uvr. ST244 Hrr. It. Wilson. aplSaS Uvr. A. W. Cos. S7i52 Uvr. J. D. Crais 87132 Cni. A. K. UedVrclL 51JC5 Ohr. Dnnloii. S9502' Tlinnias. S7112 S7220 Sgt'; S. S7218-ag't.J. 'tf.j ilnrray. SI232 lldr. Sydney; O. iWllton. Sill? 30501 t. B. Jlidlon.f S9nii'Sgt. Triiirlrjotqr Illll.'' SSSJS'Sgt. S95Q7 0. M. Sgl. W. H. Hrpw.n. 87125 Act. Sergt; II. Drotvne. S711.1 Sgl. II. McKiy. ___ CLAIM DiSiiilSSED In.lite case of SIMcblm vs. Kojlir tirl: Erlckson. befot-o '.Mr. Jilsilco at tho supreme court this inohi- i'g. ah act'on for tlio recovery d! brses. tlio casi) wii' dismissed. A i oUnlcr-clalnl by (He defendants for le.'iirlcb ot the librscB anil cost 61 ii feed of the farad was allowed osls. Messrs. lloEg rind Jamleson ap- cared tor- tlie delciiOnliti, ;irld Mr. V. Harris for the tilariitlit. Thomas, s.i....... McLean, p- 1 Evans. 2b Stone, c......... O'Connor, c.f..... Campbell. 3b Waison. r.f....... Thompson. Ib Collier, I.I. _____ .i 77777 ?o 4 Ji Veterans AB R.H.I'O.A. K. Caaeadden, oh Turcolte. c.f. y Ollllf. Llvlugiton. Ib Munroe, s.s...... Skeene. Fair. __--------------- the annual meeting of Ihe local real. War Veterans' Association held in the clubrooms c'n Sunday afler- I noon the were elect- the principal officers being I i inanely re-elected: i presiiient: IlriB.-Oen. J. S. out liy 1-. !st (j.jj.c., U.S.O.. M.L.A. tac. McLean 2: bases on balls, olf i air McLean 1; double play. McLean Thomas me Campbell; stolen bases. Thomas, Cdscadden. Umpire. Hriggs. l-6we. 1 Second Vice-president: R. ,G. The liHil committee lias received notice that the CliaiitJnquu dales for jvir an' from Ausu-t 5th to the lllli inclusive. The program is reputed to be the. lii-st yet ami among the speakers are such ii'en'as Dr. William Railer, uhose reputation as a crest Breaiher and a leadins journalist ari lecturer Is Qulle aell known; l.ieul. nruco Roselli ot the llalian_ embassy, a man of reuutalrou will speak on Xew 1'lave Among the then the i-Jitor o! the Century Mr. Utenn Frank, one of America's brilliant thinkers is among the Thu musical pro- gram too is o[ high order and includes the Merrilees While llns Ear Singing Uaml.'.Metropolitan Artists trio and Vicrra's Hoyal The management "in all the big- gest program we h-jxe yet offered." Mr. Dunham. Chairman ot tho Chau- fommiltce. Is anxious thai il.ethbrid-e sliouW rrtain the position that it lias heretofore held an the lead- ing t'hautautiua City, and in tine timft the Committee be together to make the proper arrangements. Remember lh" ilaies. August Silt to tic Hth. 07 J5 IS Hcore by innings: Veterans UO.OW.fl-5 liinke-s FAVORS BOLSHEVIKI STOCKHOLM. June con- gress of Indeucnileiil-Socialisls votetl yesterday. to to Join the "thinl inteinriuOTial at -.Moscow" and adopteit resolutions favoring ilalshevik mea- sures, -such as the placing of iirodne- llon In the hands of laborers ami to nrtrvide that workers must lio armed and the bourgeoisie unarmed. TAX ON NIGHTJES NEW Good raoming. you paid your nightgown drew. Eccrclary-treasurcr: -J. A.' Tnrcotte. j 1 Kicoitive: J. Ness. S. Traman. W.} Linning. T. Itussell. p. uu I'oiu i Horler I Yes the oightlc-nichtie is a luxury, i Trosteo: ".Major w. B: Burnett, and local tax collectors are being bum- Arms: 1. Anderson, barded with requests for Thc 0[ was. down lo Ihe barest details. considered lobe cm'.nentlv satistan-1 But it should be csplainerl. Ihe (or_ nightgown lai applies oalf to llie five dollar kind. Tho is that mshlies costing less than that are praclically- obsolete. Anything under five bills, accbrding io authorilies or. the suhject; Is of" ancient Gothic de- sign; square co-nered, canras material, plain white or vanilla in color, turned in lots of a thousand nl a (Ime by the simple nfoc'eds 6t taliins a bale of j sail cloth and stamping out a hole for the neck and shoulders. was greeted The merabcTS in good ently satistac- with enihusi- reporl showed standing. REDSEAL BuT-AfATS Tile tritlofr of the' Inla judge Sin- Irilr. of couilly, riicil it 'oronto. itgtMl So yeits.. CANADA BOAhb LICEN3E NUMBCri 2413 Do You Read any of these LadleV Home Journil Saturday Pelt.. Country Gsntltman i... Picwrlal Review! A J.W They ,iro good rejldinr; for nny honio, It you care to Ilionl or If jrotir Is cifltr'- Ihg will c'itro ntlcr by Jlrs. J..B late of I.clhuridec, "Is rftiireacittiiisoll of the 1.I.B.1I Harvard Ave., (li.r Own rorrwnMdtnO I IRON Sl'IlINOS. Juno J. W.j utherford. was. a vlsipr in I.clli- ridge On Monday. J. Tfjrlnanl. niaite a business trip to cirrimcrco ori Wednesday. A ntimhrjr of bieii 370 bitsy grading le road between Iroii Springs atld ictiire liulte' Post Oltlces. .11 needs all right, bill what of miles of other oads In the lhat are in Jlr. JtiililsiHck wtnl lo luwn wllli is