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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THWB T11K I.ETHBWDGK DA1LT TUESDAY, MARCH By Wellington COLLECTIONS Pa Had Uw on His Side. FHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Prompt Efficient Service AUDITS AND ACCOUNTANCY for [.yader.ee R. C. KABRI6 aERVICE AGENCY 5 Mzcdorutd BlocV TAXI Clottd Hfated City Country Trlpt Office Phone RESIDENCE Phone J. Murry COAL ORDERS, C.O D- PHONI Ed Klna'' Furnlturt Third Avenut Phona 1930 SI7 13th 81. N SITUATIONS VACANT Mention The AUCTION SALES Knox Men's Banquet Revived; i Fine Speeches, Good Music, Heard -'id must made on behaK ol the M ner rtisence ol tlio pastor of the church. Her. Capl. llenoon. lie affair was Inaugurated evening the lUOii. auspicious circumstances. Wlili the shadow of war lifted, and with Ihu memory of those noble men who hivo bravely dime their duly and have passed lo higher Hilnsf. an inspiration to those who Mill rc- malu to srace the banquet tahlo of Kimi church. Hie "W'1 wa" Vbarai-leriwd by a new ainiospncn' of als of ton -hurch. Mr. lliuim paid church, anylni! that tribute to KBOI it was peculiar! enurui. 'l .itunted. It was Ihe largest congrega lion In Southern Alberta and had wonderful opportunity to perform great work. The pioneers of the church. ns Ihe late Mr. Mr.Killop had handed .'town a great heritage to the, people tt Ihe present day and should continue the good work. Mr. Burns paid a. tribute to Mr. Dc- erful to the work of ladiw reapoadlng lo Ibis tout. tola of the work o( the women in the war. and they iiad earned and were now" racelvini a higher place in af- of iho'world and were dwtined o play even niore-woniH-rtui pan. Mualcal- Humbert j Musical numbers were a great (real durius the evening. They were Jlalc chorus l! the uer "Calline Me Home to uum- O.OU3 songs by Krank Waailington. Reef Bell" by K. C. duet, by Mlsa Siratn and Mr. Fleming. ,11 ot whom were compelled to encores GOVI.REPOR1S Bon't mnain Learn nllir PTiTlOTInP imctor and automobilo engineer- ,IVr BilN lltN "w i" ilme at UllL OlnllOllUUlMotov Schools, l.elhbridse, JOS 2nil .__ 3. Alto Kesina. EdraontoD. Calgary, w A fine orchestra provided. music during the banqtid. urns par iopn. saying that Ihc 1-cojilc should ready lo follow lilni. borne of the Irlals of con flirt an cvitlenra of Ihe new brother m -----j hood, the new understanding and sy.n- j Mr. Uunhani also t palliv Ibal has dawned upon and the real with this higher note prevailing, it was the spirit of Christ, ex Vancaa- 0 ver, li.C or Portland. Ore. WANTED- Chambermaid at Apply Arlington Hou-1. capable nui'J; must be Komi plain cook. Apply Mart-li Ihc last lary o! slate. 51" joint stock compan- ies' were incoriwratc-a in Cunacla A total capitalization of increases In lime 10 wrile out his please rc-lurn urlher Irouble. Uli .coutainins tor Business, selling cars uiiu bolicved to have been lost on Illne operating and repairing cars'andtwc- ,ine car on Saturday. Kinder please i tors. A few weeks' at noiify owner uud receive reward. I Hcmphiil Schools. olS beconu Willi'anl Willels. I'hone I OSS. S., .will sive you the nccM- Fifth Street between Hylands and j WASTBD- Teacher to' Good's stores, black folding pocket (Miles 10th of -March. Sarar-' l, book, containins reeiFlrnlion card and per ordinance Hudson School inoiiev in'bills.and silver. "ni wire. O. J. CrahJ.m. ACETYLENE WELDING Auto I'ramra. Cyl'mdcrf. Small Parts a Specialty. GEO. LAWFORD Second Ave. c LethbrWjt Hotel i 1930 Uth SI, was iluo to her unfailing help.: The Relurncd Major ImrmHl to the relumed soldiers, extending to them a warm this resiKinned to by 1-icuU Wm. Frame, who has just reached home from Iwo years ot service overseas and.wlro re- ceived nn ovation on enuring the hall last night, and again ou his rismi; mwn rrCHtll, IUJ[ JUSL lUgUV. aim lieen able lo al lasl slem the tHe otj [g He told of how welcome the Cermans sweeping on towards Paris, i o( homo waa the long years ,tv.vu .1.... in- formation leading lo the recoverr-ot, cattle branded' 0 U. 9 on left ribt. These catlle ore supposed lo be stray- ins is too (errilory easl and north of CoaWale. Ccmmunicale Taylor Bulling and EISTllor Co., Lethbridge, .________31-0 black bramled on left- bin and on right Ihigli ?lo.OO reward for information leading torecovery or return to J. V. Vuusnrn- son, stiiToa r i nf iruia I ion leading to recovery of one hay geld- )C1 OlUllJilllLe nlnlouj. Kewnnl. {No. 2304. V.'rile'or wire. O. J. Graham. Sprlng5._AKa- __ for city wort; must; .understand horscE. ply giving .ISC' and slreet. Kc 3S Herald. Apply Uos u TIIK VMarcl. reception of war, and told of some of Ihe iiicl BritlsTi empire :orae even more predominant In the ilenls of hl.i Journey home, and aonic irause nrilliihors and llrillsh subiects ranch to Help he Geinan In honor ot Ihe But nimifirsMiuu fair' play and lair dealing, lie Waled also for fair-mlufled ilca Ing port Ihe Ihe field. "Yoti aled also for fair-mlue ica ng Uh the alien, so that Oani.djn.ight ine soiinuia m hu said, "lou fully equlppe.1 In wun u'o aol loso posslbic futnro good ciluens 1 is a of hasly nclion. I i The City Hknlle responding to Hie of clty "ome of when lie first came here Wj the 0, German commander In German Africa, before his departure for Ber- lin Itself into o- symnatliy for the former German of the a Ger- man business man in Rollerdam, paid to "IM kaiser, wliwe reign was Ine perwd in wliich Germany became one of Hnt iMtton. In Ihe world and a leading poslilon in Ihe domains ing, o years old, liroad while slrip down face, one while hind foot, fairly 'ran-' >milt. weiglit abojll 1350, liranded ------1 (quarter circle heart) on I right hip. and (heart) J vent on right shoul- dtrayetl from south of Lethliridgc. July. 191S. 57 Herald. PEACE WORK at war pav for 'three years. Knit urgently ed sockV lor ns on the fast, stmpHi Full partlculaig today. I Be stamp. Aulo Knillsr Co., C. 607 College (lualiflcd junior teacher for the balance of present Icrm, for New Dayton' Consolidatod School dis- trict No'.-.5. Salary1 at tlie rate ot tSMOO per sear.- Applicants state qualifications and experience. Apply to Sccretary-Treasnrer. Xevv Dayton, illSTOHY OK TUB WORbI> WATi, by ProJci-.w March. "Canada's part in tiie by .celebrated Colonel Kasraith. Maramolh book; three hundred illustrations; great money-maker; sample book free. Bnulley-Oarrbtson, llranlforo, Ont. TAXJ MESSENGER. SERVICE huve openetl a tail tnes- aonger service and are prepareil to respond prompll? Wall; calls. THE BOSTON HAT WORKS AND SHOE SHINE.PARLpR 19S1; 102S HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORA.OE COAL, O.O.O. Food Board LUenH No. 9-11108 2S7-0 Dr.A.T.Spankic M.D.. C.M. EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 Ken Burns llulldlnE. Corner Slh Ave. nnd -2nd SI. East. Calgary. Office Phone M281S liesidenee. Pbond .512077 Interne snd House Surgeon Manhattan Kye. Ear. Nose anil Throat Hospital. Xew YorJt City, Specialist to Calgary School Board Lr., Altbongl. be only H, i of age, he was jlieii one of the Meet men In tlio place. It was. a piano Ihcn. but la still a young Vce. and -lid not know ol any city f Canada which had greater pros- els than did 1-elhbtldge. R. R. IHv- also responding lo this, toaat, neld the.flnest ariny corps lhal world ever luown." The Congresation The to the congregation respondca lo by J. 0. Robertson on be. half ot Ihe session who appealed for H larger membership on the commun- ion roll by Ii: B. Alnswortli on behalf of the board of manager! who appeal- ed for gcnermity in meeting tht new demands of the church financially, and by on behalf of the women'! organtutlon.. tel Ing of he women wonderful work had done.in the c a rt-" von in reply, Jd that he deeply treat. ment of the former emperor. CIVIL SERVICE INSURANCE OTTAWA. 'March (aided in tlie house of commons ihat at the time 27M arc In force innlcr Hie ot arc the I'lvil Service Insurance iAr.1 amonnt of insurance slightly in oicefs ol i_ t t R: H. spoVe on behalf of the Iculsrly of men teachers. He, also at inia ionie people aome were nol In the AUCTIONEER If you are Koing lo bold all auction >ee me first. 15 rears' experience. Reference: itenvnr lltirse and Slule Market: Ogden Horse Sale Co.. Ostden.. Utah; Ranching Co.. Alia. Terms reasonable. Sallsfuc- lion guaranteed. Phooe, ytrile or wire al my expense, of Knljhl-Watson Co., Ixithbridge. W. F. H. 66-26 PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER Fifth Street LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAY1NO Bagoaoe and Furniture Removed Gak Coal Dellvertd Terms Fuel Permit D.A. 1412 f reel Elliott GENERAL TINSMITHING irrfn and women, mnkrng ?10 a taking orders for authentic "History. of World War." Complete book roedy; whole Sory of fnmi beginning lo end. "Ctnada'a 1'art in War, 'by dh-, tinpilehed officer am au- thor Encrmoils demand. No eiper- ior ffee 'l lo bellevo ttiie. r nlco things Tin Church n f. Burns respoiniod 10 the to The Church, saying thai Ihe was (he- most eevertly crlfic- iilznllon in tlie world. When war broke oat Ihe church was cil for not having slopped the con c, which hn b-llevcd wait reallj-, a compliment. He nointeil onl how Ihe i-hurch had corno lo be a great force for Hie pursuit and the winning of Ihe %var, Hie had comO to adopl Ihe polk-les of the -church In pursnlns Iho wnr. and how the people had come In realize that Iho doctrines and Hie mode of life taiighl hy.lhc church were Ihe Irestnnrt followed onl. proved lo be Ihe effective In tlio Vlie clinrch was not lie said, for Hie very gowl reason lhal it was np of men anil women and men nnd women were nol pcrfec-l. He IHV lioveil however, thai Ihe rfmrcii woniir nisi' a Staler ivirt tlinii c'vnr In Ihe world now. There was a crcatcr necrl fm- it ifliad won n new place In tlie hearts of men. church been loo In Ilin In "i1- RAISE MONEY tY WARRANT A return tabled In parliament ye.iterday Icnrporarj' IOHIU liavc Ixx-n floated W the goTernmenl since tlie previous sion. Vnforeseen eipendilures, how- erer. dl HccesMry for the raw- neae of M.'.IO.ODO by governor-general f moblen saying Ihere wjrranl. of which M.W.WXi was re, i jrealer leadership among Ihe boys of for the pnreliMe_of_sceil gr.tin. ICUInin UL mtu i pealed for help in dealing with Ihe hoy the .lacfc Wood! reiponded on heuau of. the Big Brothers'anil to Mia memory of the late J, little. who bad done more than poasibly any- one else lor Iho Big llrolhcrs. Ralph Waddlngton made a few bright re- marks on behalf of tlio Big Sisters, and Harry Alexander Epokc for the choir, telling ot lite largo part Ihey had played in tlie work of Ihc chnreh. and paying a Iribule to Mr. Uyton the leader and the won-lerfnl success ho find allalned with choir. The C. Uroff responded to the lo Ihc press, saying that wli.lle the news impsrs might hare failed In their In many linos in-lha past, yet there had bsen altogether loo little enconr- agemenl and support from the public In many things Ihe.newspapers had and puhiiK support jireai o'iwoiiihil reforms were IT be nndfrlaVen of a holler pur r of journalism lo he effected, iThe Ladiet H. J. IllUlile IMllctson paid a won C. VICTORIA. 'March In! bidders for the J3.000.0M 5V4 cenl 20-year which the ernmenl is ttoating arc the porntatoB ntiM Company and iMWfrs. owl, ntidy ani Company- of Toronto. Tlwlr Jolnl offer of has been SEED OATS We have a few cars each o( Banner. Abundance ami .Carton twenty-Two QaU. >ree oi nosimts weeds, dorm mat ninety per cent, and over. Priw 11.10 per bushel at j-onr slatlofi. We alw liavo good germinat- ing which after cleaning will meet your reanirencnts for Qnallty saperior to mott oata now helsf fa yoar rtlstrkt. PHee >4c to tie- liTered to your station. Wire us for tramedlntely. Wo will also iinote Bar Icy, Feed and Sfllecled While 1'olatow on by, the govern-nwnl HIGHEST QUALITY UPLAND HA' Jli H m TON, DEUVEKD (Juallty gnarnnletd. for free Irtlght. The Starim ft Tiwl' __ MEN WAiSTED TO LBARN Join now and ron win Tor the rlz oaylnc positions offered ra !prlrii We many ilHereirt Trac- tnrf, Autos, Stationary rlcal Devices. Our" mechanic Mchor! are nidM br prmtwi mitmc- tlons from Ihe U. S. 'A. Board of Feo Thro iulrcd 6 weeks- W rnonlkf. We teach specfel coorte on Tnlcaniiing. or write for PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 Immediate dcllrny I" purl ol clly. Car load for dport. Wire or Write. Good makes warm friends. HAMILTON COAL MINE Phone 1713 330 Sixth Street South LETHBRIDGE, DRAYING Of AH KwU WestcrnTransfer Limited P. R. Freljht- Office WM V, L r IW Fitt'h 320 ACRES 9 Mfes Nortk of Winter 175 acres under ctiltveton, acres ready 'or Hono. cjiltla and machinery, included. Price 135.00 wtth cash, halt CHAS. T. COUSINS SCHOOL 3M SKWld AVI. We Vhslory Bonds same as my and Brenint HULL I faf ProrineUI Coustiliiencics ot l.itlle Oa-Mholra, Maclcod. Pln- cher Warner, y, Tabtr, Board Medicine Hal, Roekj MoHBtain. Bfflplofws rtqairillf HBt.V. WORK, honia retlster at Xo Write, Phone. Wife or call at above cince, Is to both men and wonwc employment. I'hcme 1SSS. T. tractor Repairs We in refcoring gas tractor and fitting oversize pietoni rings. We have in stock a I present oversiie pislons for all popular mukes ot tractors. Rcbored NIVEN BROS. ROOSAANDHANEGAN mcl Trarwftr CMl C. O. D, Night and, Called. phent y THE WAR VETERAN WHEN yOU HAWF a JOB TO OFFER Scc> Vrterut Ckk CANADA fOOO MUMBEfl 2013 ;