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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta >a'r-:r)XKsi)ay, jinic 2;;. iniR TlUi LliTIIBUinr-': DAILY rilClULD PAGE NINE oyEsiiON M m. w mm kwi London. .ImiB 20.--i\'i:i IfrincrK Ot W;isliiiiKt.')li, .hilii' '21; Afl"i- HcciT-t;iry iif Wnr l!al;   ' Tlu^ many friends of Miss Asliton will regret to hear that she I.s at |ir ? > ; ; ^� ? ONTARIO NURSE DIED ? ------ ; Wasliington. .litne 2t).-'i'ho niim( wuuiKl.'--. 7; died of accident ? and other causes. �!; died of rideiit. 1 ; wounded, 2'i; miss-; ing in action. 7. "A i snggciition made by ('.''inral Simil;; In (.'Ja.sgoiv on .Iniie i:i -h.-it lire Irn perial conference michi si'iile the I home rule (lueslion'.'" ' Mr. lionar l^aw, r.-iilyiag, sI.iiimI i that llH! imperial cri:iic,-(..iice iiself. ! selected the subject.- d:' lilsciissloii. i and wMieilier this (H:!.;iuri -voubl be i considered would depfii.l entirely tip-on cii-cirniolaiice.'j. j \tr. Collins: "Will lire innferemc t consider such a prop i al if ii comev from ilu! Irish people" ; �Mr. Huiiar Law reii� : ,iicd his Kiale-. .Miss Waterman of l''leetwood school men' 'hat fire lH!;�eri,i) iDiiti-vnir i .;. > > > � � V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? loll. ii. I,,. fJiitlnvaite, liicmbi-r fur lian ley. affirmed tliat al! Dominion go\ � ernmc'iits stijtmgly favor.mI home rule for Ireland, .Mr. Bonar Law reijli.-d that he ii,' lleved the reverse was lailier th" case .Mr. Outhwalte: "H.ive not ih" Australian and Canaitian governments pa.sseil retioliltlons lo lliat effec: twenty or.thlrty years a;;.!'.'" DRAWING and PAINTING rtunity to Economize Why pay $30.00 or $40.00 for a new suit of clothes when you can get your worn suit made to look like new by sending it to us and having it Dry Cleaned and Pressed. Don't miss this opportunity. DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY CO. ; : * : � > : ? > : : >: :� > OPPOSE (EXTENSION ARMY DRAFT AGE \Vasliiiigton, .liiiie 20. .Sec-ret.iry of War HaUcr and .Major Ceneral Marcli. iliief of staff. informed the military committee of the senate today that they opposed as premii-lure and unneci'ssary ihe |M'o-posed extetiBion ot tlie army draft age limits. : : : : > : > : ? > :� The women of tlie Haiitist church are asked to attend a meeting in the cliurclr on 'I'liursday at .'1 pin, m m m Tiie ladies of St, l-'atriek's churcli will meet at the ituii Cross rooms to-1 niglit" for Calgarv, where morrow aflernoon J'or sewing. A largo attendance is requested,  * * The W. C. T. U. is holding a medal contest In Wesley church on l^riilay, .fiine 28. commencing al S o'clock, A most intiiresting jirogram is being prepared. Everyone welcome. a costume of grd'eii silk and carried a lovely iiouquet of ro.-:es and carnations. Corp. and Mrs. P'ta-gusoii loft tliey will make their lioiiie. Corp. b'er-guson lived in Lethhridge before joining up in Calgary, wliile .Miss Cain is a native of Lethbriilge, lier- parents being old timers^iii tlie city. Trained and certificated Art Teacher (Certified under Soiitii Kensington and under Itoyal Drawing Society of (Ireat Urii-ain and Ireland, i Winner of Diploma for Iiest Iirofesslonal work at Vancouver. H. C. 20 years' teaching experience. Will Give Lessons in Drav/ing and Painting IJotli elementary and advanced. Fall Term Commences September 1st, 1918. ADDRESS VICTORIA MANSIONS, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FROM FACTORY TO HOME" CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN. Mason & Risch Piano- a sound investment which assures an instrument in keeping with the highest standard for years to come. The value, durabilily and tonal perfection of the Mason & Uiseh I'iano hive been so conclusively inoven that they are accepted facts. The Mapon it. lliseb Piano is wIliiQut a iieer. ii is sold lo yon dlrecl- yon luiy from tlie manufacturer, through a "I''artory to Home" plan that carries you aroiiml the middleman- you save his oxpense and profit. This message of saving and economy will interest every family which appreciates the importance of saving. AVe have materially reduced tlie price of this used Xewcombe Piano, It is in A-l condition. C.ome (luickly -it will soon go at this $00C price.............. Jp^fcD MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE 1 I LIMITED PHONE'451 P. O. BOX 477 'Plie Canadian Girls in Trai.ning of the Haptist churcli will meet in the church at 8 o'clock sharp on Thursday niglit. This will be the lust meeting of the season. �   Tlie regular meeting of the Women's Missionary Soi'iety will be held at ;!.;!� on Thursday afternoon in the i ladies parlor. A report ot the Broudi meeting will be given and a full attendance is desired. � � > Hogular meeting of nominioii Ro-bekah Lodge No. 41 will be held In 'the I. O. O. F. liai!, Thursday evening at S o'cloclc. All members are a.sked lo be present. The degree will be conferred. Visiting sisters and brothers welcome. � * * ' The Red Cros.s workers at Hardle-vilUi are holdng a garden party on Friday evening oiiMrs. Delay's lawn, starting at S o'clock. There will also be various amuseraenla. An autopao-bile will be at the terminua of the car line at 7.'30 to meet the cars for the convenience of people going otit. Admission will be charged at the gate. ? THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The balance of our stock of Pumps and Oxfords. All prices. Regular $5.00 to $7.00 per pair^for These aye a snap but we want the room. Get in early and secure the best. W. J. Nelson & Co. Cor. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. S. Sherlock Building > ? ? ? ? ? ? GENERAL ? : ? : > ? ? ? ? ? Following is the list ot successful candidates, pupils ot Claude Hughes, L.A.B.. at the recent examinations of tile Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of. Music. Tliere were tliirty entries and all successful in passing: Grammar of iVJusic, Grade 1-Dorothy Buchan, Pearl Taylor, Anna Sandquisl. Grammar of Music, Gradc2.-Mar-jorie Whelen, Ada Foster. Grammar of Music, Grade 3.~ Dag-mar Sandqulat. j Local Centre Rudiments of Music- j Vera Glanvllle. Primary Division Piano-Iris Glan-I viile, Anna Sundquist (Distinction). ' Elomontary Division Piano-Annie Gibson, Leola J. Watson, R. Cecil Cnigff, Bertruni H. Cragg, Marjorio R, Whelen, Dorothy M. Buchan, Anna Sandquist. Klemoiitary Division Singing-J. E, Rannard, Mamie G. E, Gibson, Mamie C. Brooks, Klvira Hughes. Lowei- Division Piano-Gladys R. Holt, .lessio [. Black, Pearl G. Taylor, M. Pauline Russell, Aldln Harding (Distinction). Higher Division Plano' - Ella G. Blackford, Ada Foster. Intermediate Division, Piano-Vera Glanvllle, Advanced Division Piano-Dagmi^r Sandqulst, ^ Dagmar Sandquisl receives a special certificate for passing lower,' higher, intermediate und advanced divisions piano. L. A. n. Division, Singing-Claiuie Hughes. >. 4 , III .  **:� �'� : . ".�.> ? ? ? ? : : ? : : ,: CAIN-FERGUSON A very pretty wedding was solemnised yesterday afterhooii, .Tune 25th, when Miss Klir.aboth Cain of this city and CJorporal Kdwiu Verguson ot the iBt Draft Battalion, Victoria Barracks', Cataury, woro unltad in movriago at th^ homo of 'the hrirto's parents, G27 10th St, N., only the immodifito vohit' tlvus of the bfido being prosout. Rev. Chas. Baker performed the cere-ini)n.v. Tlie bride looliod cliarmlng in ;