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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S.ViTWUY, MABC.II S. TliK i UIMllHiK DAIl.V I1KKAU1 PA'JE SEVES Will Have Kangaroo Child Welfare Institute Ht'M (loot! Session TAUKH. Mtr. il.-Tlw Ouiv lUHHiiV OllHna! to In- I llv Ul T. oih-r nnsiuy will know This, moat tMii-M'iHiM- voi jfro jedcil in TabiT. fur iis objoctivc- IhV I'Utf ttllimilOm 'J! tin; IVTijltf, the community. ;mil. tlu- 'latk'ii uf a Jt-Ut of jji.'.tif! tlu- in-y ;ui'l JiC'.'pital, Tin; to carry ilivougli most capable yud i-uihuslwsUc men I niut "women In Iho sur-' country. mul is a guaruntc-c ol Thti officers arc: Chair- mail, T. smctary. T. He-n- and Uyasxir-'i. A. J. Mayuard. Tho carnival Uirce March II ati-1 wlU have UtaUiniariers lit Itu- Central sorvoJ tatli ilay in tho buEHiieut o! the school from 1 juii. onward. aUernooti iv tlafs will I by iwi on iti the H'houl the f of which, on Thursday j I Kriihiy. be 'ny j itnnt of the uuKii orators attend' i ing tho Irrigation fouvi-iuloa ia Letli- i bridge. Thero a full COLU- I of vui'il and in-'ruttic-ntal On Saturday aftemocm th-j jschool thiMreu i.-uik-i- the A I'niiri untl oliK'i vrtll also b'1 icituivl tadi afternoon. On TliUisJjy vvtumg ;i i-ijiiH-ily lira i mi OiiUU'-iJ. Hiul'.icr Jcs iiih.-.vill bo (jui on Oi'.-li r the direct sou or Mr. T. YV. iiLirrlc. an yxpvrt of Tin1 vi-cvunl iiUhi tin. UuniwL-ll DrjiiiLuii Co. rc-taUT a The Litllc body was laid to rc-st in the Taln-r cemetery, bpnitle the rt-maiim of her loved is survivcil by tM-o sons and a f la u glitcr, turl Sinclair of MintLCajiolia; yinclair of Tab'-r. and Mrs. Dr. M. S .Koel, of San Fran- s Another faiolity Mou i day, MHtcU ivd. wus tiiat ol >liv. Wal- ter Pitt, formerly Miss My t tit Kmcry.j The decwvscd ]ntd 111 for irisht at lioaic, ipilcs nonh-t-aat of but was thought to be rcvovtring. Sht-. however, bo- t-auic oti Thursday last into the hospital on Monday rho wus cpi-raioi on. IJm the hail 109 uii'l sho jJassfed away Iht euuie even- ing at It p.ui. Previous to her aiar- MM. 1'itt school iu Talier uV yoar-. Kht known ss an c I'ficit-u! t iidi'h o r. y y ou n g wo man of Stirling wurlh and am! a leave's be bind [j iDO'.ifii hf-v Iivr Mr. fill, licr Mr. and ruu-ry of (Tmi- JuriiiB Lake, a bryihcr !n and j livln? in the TORTURED BY following work was received: i EOfkF, Mrv. 2 yts, I pr. R. II. Tiir (''lUU [11 i ,ASTHMA .INSTAMTLY RRUEVEO WfTH I P.q. I'i'e .VI H.-1 Tin- Minei-s ima 1'iUJ i jTafj-r oiflK-ftru havn ti pmctlcul lietjiful talk a-i-Ii' lo on" and; to strain of n hard ibo: ivus upon u> in or !k-r (hut cud of iL'r v.ar would UNETAPLOYED IN TORONTO TOHOXTO. to J. A. MiHer. -if ilu: On'arn govermawai bnr tan, over lOijO itic-n Tcroalo arf ouf of employ ut lut-.-eut of aiv rclunu-d v.-ho been 1 violations. of niy Shi? of some or the plans that >eing for the future. An admir- ilile set o; charts illiiairating ditfcr- int of cbild welfaro were )n display and ailded 10 the interest >f the luslitutc. Thore was also a penorous distribution of literature on o subject. Tiie LacHc.-' Aid of Knox church arc rviug on Saturday afternoon. 'March h. a 23 cent lea in the home of Mrv. UiUlgmler. in which the public 3rf-' cordially invited. 10 regnlur nioiUJiiy inec-Tins the be brW Frftiny afternoon.in. the Jioine of Mrs, A. C, llryau. On Wednesday. March 3th JIL the homy of die bride's father. Mr. An- tficny J. Marsh, the marriage of Mr. Hart and K-va Marsh was celebralcu, the Rev. Tisos. J'hilp A large number of guests were present. After tfie ceremony all down to a. sumptuous repast, Society Receives Keller From i Local BOJ-. in Oiher Gas Cily Our Own i'.OW ISLAND. Mar. 7. Tiie l.OO. inill ciovvued to the utmds' ca- 011 Tuesday of tha I which ivas fflll by a pleasant so cial lime. Mr. and Mrs, liart -will re- conscanl afllklion. She was borcav-jsido in Tabc-r Hull ;Avc. cd of a daughter in Dakota, fcer bus- The subject ot" address next Sunday i'oand arirt ti son and daughter in Talrer. jHut jhe bore all. incluiling her own j with CluistiaQ fbrlitude, The service was ronduclE.U evening at Knos cbnrch is 'The Secret of Purity.-" Jlr, and >Irs. Vales of Xordig, visitcrs last weeK at the homo of Mr. ated tor thtf occasiouj and tho tion coastantly busy welcoming iac 'many guests. Tha m-st part of the evening "vvrts devoteU io cards. Mrs. Ii. T. Whitney aud Mr.; M. Hannah receiving tlio iirsl prizes.' After oinls an infbnnal musical pro- gram war, givcu, after which tie guests gathered in the Queen's Restaurant for midnight supper. Tiiose disposed rwturne'J thv more because have upon to fticrifiws for U-.T JHIH! hCf-aiiFo hive been a.way from (her long. i "Keop the fires burning." J ktml I ronnin, I Yours rmct-roly. 1 (Sgd.) Jimieson. j Mr. Mrs. McKenna were visit- Jora iTi Medicine Hat oti Mor.Oay tin-l in LcthhrtJsc on Pr, Morris MMS a visitor in froil on Kavcnaugh and Fleming t'tittrtaiuiug as their guest. Miss Houtssey of rJurdcU. Mr. A. .T. Bergeron arrived here en. Tuesday from Vancouver. B.C. He i leaves at onto to join his son, Gunner Itcrgeroii, iu Calgary, -wiiprc ho rccaiR a feu- days ix-forc returnius to the ccait. The Ladies' Aid of tho United church bo entertained at the home ot" I. D. James next Tliursdey at- itmoon. Mrs. Leo Ham'.-i of nnrilettr is spend- ling a flays in town, the gmist ot (Mrs. H. gmltli. Mr. and Bredimr httve mored into ttie residence recently vacated by The recent municipal elections TP- sultt'i! in CounciHors It. and A. Chishxrim hc-tns re-elected. A fire in lie regulation Iionsc i Onlcr caused considerable oxcttement on Tuesday uveninff. Xo niatenal dam-' from the conflagration. -Messrs. C. 51. Bell and W. A. Hate- man attended the Masonic baiiquet in Mcdicino Hat on Friday evening. Mrs. A. R. Smith, street, de- Hgiiicd a number of her frituds on Monday evening when sho informally at cards, A musical pro- the result of the shave you get J_ with an AutoStrop Us clean, sure slroltc, adjustable for cr close shaving. removes the beard quietly and thoroughly, the face soft and smooth. Such comfort is possible only with an AutoStrop Razor. Why the AutoStrop Razor ia particular? Because with its stropping fea- ture there's always a sharp blade ready for use. A few turns on the strop the saw-Hke edge that results from shaving; it keeps the blade free from nist; and gives you for each day's shave a keen-edged blade. You do not to take the blade out to sharpen it, nor do you have to take the AutoStrop Razor apart to clean it, Self-stropping, shaving and cleaning are all done wifchou t removing the blade from the razor. Every strop and 12 blades, complete for S5.00. AUTOSTROP SAFETY RAZOR Limltr4 AutoSuc-p Bjjldici. "Society 01 Saint, delightfully Michael's church entertained in tho assemlily imH of tiic' church on Thurs- afternoon by Mrs. II. Smith. The hostess assisted hy her sister-in- law, Mrs. U Hamcl.'ot BurdcU. Gunner Ilergeroa ia at present in grain fnllowwl cards and before the guests departed a very clatuty lun- ch ton vras served toy tlie, hosleas. >lisi B. Gilbert spent Iho in Medicine 3Iai, the siiesl >trs. J. Darling. Some thirty odd citizens of BurdMt attended ihe Masonic banquet on Tues- day of her Use Our Service have Just the Utist and most up-to-date Shoe Repairing can accoraiiiodjiie year wants lu. toil msterlal. Full Sake aad Half Pat on WUe Yoa Watt. PHONE 733 O. K. REPAIR SHOP THIRD AVE. S. The IriBl of Mr. was heard in Medicine Hat on Tuesday. Mr. Lindbcrg was tet out on suspend- ed The many friencJs -Mr. Avenue, be pleased td. learn of his progress. Mr, C. Jamioion, Olnnlst slreot, is aUo eat- isffictorilr prosrcFslps. Tho social fivcn under tho auspices of the United Indies' Aid in tht- rJiirrch parlori? on Friday evening ivas well attendeii in spile of adverse wea- ther Mr. J. Pollitt acted, in the capacity of chairman and pre-1 sculod a very creditable program for ihe enjoyment of Uipse present. Afttfr' of daioty refreshments those j in attendance vrere persuaded, by Jlr.: A. F. to purchase the many raaining unscrrei} caXea. Mrs. Bolby Davis and family of Cal-' gary. ato at guests of Mrs, Lcary. Lieut- Thomi'Eon Whitney was corned lioinc from overseas last ne'ciiay morning. The sincere ajiiipathy of a wide clc of (riends is cstendcd ihoso ba- re a red through Ihe death of Mrs. '.MnclJonaW, trho recently passed, away ait Clicstcrrlllc. Ontario. -Mra. Mao- Donnlfi's host tif frfenda in this Kis- trict -were deeply grieved to learn of imr {Icmlsc. Mre. F. Brown left for Calgnry on Thursday where she "wrlU Join her huf-band and flangbter in Tho fire brigade ivas catled inio ac- tion on Saturday fivcnlng when thn harn and chicken house of Hov. Gll- bert'5 rcpidencc was demolished toy Tiro. A stove Iiad treeo used to beat the chicken liousa and its is be- Hcvcd reeponsiblo for Uie fire, Con- headway had been made bo- foro firo ivas While Ihs barn was burnt to tho ground, certain of its contonU ronorcd'. A school meeting was held in the council chambers on Tuesday in g. Severe I minor, TTGTO deall with and il was deckled the sonlh van ahonld continue under the old rtyaUjni for the remainder cf (ho pros- cn't month. Tbc many frionds 01 Mr. Ward Vos- Js si present a patfpnt in llic MiGtlicinfi lint hospilnt. wUl Ind bo pleased to leam ot Iicr contiiiucif The Reil held ils rcgti- Jar wfiekly mf-etlng in the rest room .on Wcdnosilny aflornoon, iriiw The pride of OverUnd is the remit o{ Overised performance. Owners tell their friends ol their satnfac- tion in chtvinfit and that the reputation (rows. This public appreciation hat always been' oar Today the Overland Motor the best of our great engirieering experience and pcodoctkm .facilities. The sales of the Model 90 here BOW number many thoosind of can and are constantly increasing. U 90 fcwiv t ,Vr4r-' TnrJY tiff. ft D. S. Williamson and Co. 320 Ninth Sired South ;