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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE I.ETHBR1DGE DAILY HKlUUJ FPJDAT, MABCH 111WP Convention Ad dressed by Mrs. Studying Laws of Alberts Agreement Reached, Motor Or- Park Site is Donated to Town (tending ihe annual meeting in To- rcmto. Good progress is being made on the new KinK and tirefn garage. Tho brickwork is about finished. A Beat- ing from U belug built which will add much lo Iho beauty of'the block. A (motor clinic anJ demonstration iof tbe Funi3on tractor Is being .held today anil tomorrow at the Ford'Oar- age. oKuers and others.from all over the south will be here. OABDSTOX, -Maroli conference of Womaa'a In- ks held In Csrdston on Fri- day, Feb. 27th. at the Mormon Uier- Mrs. Atilos. tho convener, was i. charte. Owing to stclineM tbec i tie town many o! the Cwattoa were unable to attend. A -was given by Mrs. llajcld Wooii and Miry Fletcher, of MsjMth. The report of tho Mograth branch by the convener. Lottie mil. was M tallows: Cub on band. Jan, 1, 1919. .Ill: fees. 56: government pwit, Flower Fair grant. JHO; drive and dance, }K; q.uilt sold (or sold supper. MS; made and told cake, JS.5J: Hot Cross tuns. J9.10; lunch aid flowers at Flower Show, 1.50; paid out for baud (or town, H5.60; sell two delegates to Calgary'-.convention. 450; foneral wreath, donation to Boy Scouts, J20; paid in prizes at Flower Show. }165; gave a free, ice cream social to the town during tbe summer. We intend lo work for the Better- ment of our school, more interest trom for the coming year. The Coulee branch had only Our Own KAYMOXD. March the roju- meotlns of the town council Thurs- day night defiuite action was taken- on the matter o( transferring the pumping of the municipal water to the Ellison Milling company, who p.-o- posed 10 do the pumping with electri- cal It was decided to have, the town solicitor meet with the com- pany's solicitor to draw up a COM tract, and in the meantime the iustoV laiiqn of motors at the spring and well will be proceeded with. The con- tract will be made out for a period of llv'o yoara. change will be made as quickly as possible. A motor was ordered this- week for the spring. The work will be done and the pumping service operated under the supervision of the works otid property committee. At the same meeting of the council a bylaw was passed empowering the mayor and secretary-treasurer to bor- row'f from the Bank of Mont- real. nd nov jawalllnt trarnyortaikw to Fvrt Smith. I which 404 ubrth of M ijuit on the nufth'era boundary, As soon a> will ta rail to Fort will be by dot ttV mllta of Ice .down lie. KVK 8m4U. Off Im rim MAYOK M. A. UKOWN TELLS HOW TO. BOOST CITIES; IS IN SASK'N SASKATOON. Sask.. March M. A. Browu. of Medicine Hat, apoke at the convention of the ntcliewiin Hurftl Municipalities here today and explained the plans of the Western Canada Colonisation Asso- iioiL Industrial leaders Itad come to the conclusion; ho said, tbat thu way to build up jnduatry in large cities was first u buVlil up Iho bssip Indus- tries, which iu the i-nse of. this vinee at least was BBLLBVUB.. March There was a big crowd of Bollovue people to Macleod thla week on rotrrt bKSi- There was (rpm BfUe- vuo of attempted yoisonlnj which a number of as all returned on Wednesday. was also a caw ol leductlon iu which it is undtrttood the man iu the caie was fenlcrod to IS months In the Jell at Uth- i-nse of. this pro: Tlh" bri'lgc. The unsrantluo on Thurs- organized one year. lave. through Us convener, Mis. Bert Kelly, tho following reiiorl: 'Members, M; donated to relief de- partment. 6 comforters. 1 sweater and 1 shirt; hoping in ihe near future to have, larged enrolment and to take up a definite line of work. The report from Csrdston not at (he meeting owing to the aforementioned absence of the convener and the president and secre- tary, hut was obtained later, anil Is as follows: Membership. 43; cash on hand, Jan., 1S20, J32.1S; membership fees. government grant, whist drive JG4; total, J116.90. Expendi- tures: For whist drive, to relief department. ?53; flowers, quilts. total, SS2.55. Cash on diihes, i 134.35. Besides tbe cash, J53. sent for relief work, the W. I. collected and dtstrl; Irated to needy at home a considerable of clothing. It also reports rtsolte to- assist in the better- of the school and of the hospital and thiit the commilees liave already fcMn a' work along these lines. Then Mre. Harold- Ililer, from Cal- gary, gave a most interesting and edt- I fyine address on "Child She Midv "Motliers are responsible for perfect -babies." Overfeeding Js woree than underfeeding; spoke of the neces- elty of introducing the Little Mother's League. The crowning -elory of wom- anhood is motherhood: Every child has right to be well born, well treat- j ed, and well fed. Canada can't afford to have its young people say, "We i can't afford to have children." Can- i ada, on the other hand, should, eialt mothers and motherhood. 1 ifiss Muriel Poager, of Cardston, then gave a. reading, "The-Xew-Boy." i A vote of thanks was moved to -Mrs. 1 Riley and others on the program.' The meeting closed witb Cud Save the King. 1 The regular monthly meeting of the Cardrton W. I. was held in the court home on Friday, March 5Ui. Owing to the much sicknens then prevalent the attendance was smaller than usual. The aecond vice-president, -Mrs, B. B. Cook, took the chair. Some verr interesting reports of tha j hospital and of the school committees -were heard. For the latter, Mrs. Fiock pointed out how parents may assist teachers by keeping in closer touch with them: by acquainting them with any weaknesses ol their children of eara, of eyes, or of kidneys; quot- ed Principal Lowe as saying that teachers are often needlessly capped by not being enlightened upon these points. .Mrs. Flock noticed a lack 'of toweH and toilet paper and also j that some children kept their rubbers on in Khool. i Mrs. M. A. Pitcher also reported a Jrlsit, spoke In the highest terms of -care and watchfulness wit-h which she treats each Individual child in her, Lthe primary, class. Mrs. Pitcher t notjfut of the paren'S of this jcltM should allow more cart in the matter at cleanliness" of these cbil Memorial Park F'or over a year now the town has been negotlntins with C.P.B. and ihe Knight Sugar company for a piece of land in the very heart of town.'west of lirradway. betn-een Church and Columbia avenues, for a memorial the soldiers.- These companies are now ready to deud over the property to the town'providing they, will con- vert It into a memorial park to the soldiers and erec.1 a suitable tablet or monument on it in their jiiemorr. This is very gratifying to Mayor Pack and the council and the generosity of these companies is wholly appre- ciated. The plans at present are- to make a park nnd public playground of this j property. Several hundred dollars have been raised for a brome tablet to the soldiers and it is planned to j make this memorial the cenirc of the park. It is. also hoped by ihe-inayor and other public-spirited men tltat Homo day in the near future the town will toe in a position to proceed with the erection ot the combined gym- ndaiutfi-and library, the construction ot- which has been delayed by tlii. successive droughts. Xo definite plan? have yet been formulated with regards to the. im- proving of the property tnr5.jsn.rlng, -but It is eipected that'Aid.'Woolf, who Is the official representative :of the ?.-ill meet representatives ot the various church and ganizations with the view of drawing up some plan of procedure. The land Is Ideally located'in-the very centre of town and with Jome 'expense'can be'evolved in a-beautiful .community cenlre.'.' The'way is now clear. -Actual .work" can 'be commenced just as soon as the people arn ready.. proposes to all Immignitlon efforts with 'a vfew to getting the 20.000.000' acres of araMe hind close to the railwaya'of'the four western provinces settled up. ami not only that, but to see that the settlers succeed. y Commissioner C. J. Vorala of Sask- atoon, representing the urban .muni- cipalities, said thaOuntess soinethlnff was done soon housing conditions here would become intolerable, lie aUo lad advocated the appointment of a .fixation commission fls they now.hire n Manitoba. day after on for three weeks uud things are all alive a number of men have left camp for tbe farms. .Mrs. Oeo. Mckuwi, who spent sli moblhs In 'the OkJ Country, returned to camp' oh Thursday II. T. Johriwn'hM beenMafd-up with a severe cold'-tbr the last week or' so. James Capari, who-btt been laid up for tome time, ii again able to be. a work. Bill Blinston is able to be aboa' again after the 'flu. Chappell, Sr.. who has been confined lo his home (or some time, la able to be around again. Mits Margaret Hallworlb, who has been si'-k for quite n lime, is said tc be a little better again now. The youngest child Mrv and Mrs. Owen, tif Cranbrook. a girl about seven years nf age', died !tt sea on their return from .Mansfield, Eng- land. where thoyi wen I in December last -to ChrislJBM and Years' with relatives. Tlie body is be- ing "urotight ta'the west'for Iniennont BUILDING SHIPS IN TO HAVE LONG JOURNEY While Observing Lent Remember Tho Lenten season'is one that affords a great many an opportunity' of substituting macaroni for meats. A dinner of macaroni a meatless dinner, yet one of more and can be pre- pared in oyer dishes, all nourishing and appetizing. Macaroni is not only a substitute for better than meat. Your grocei'keeps it in packages., Ask him. V When the thrifty; housewife' finds V out how easy it is to cook Macaroni, and how deiteioas and .economical it is, she will use it often, 1 A food for the rich of poor. KD.MONTON. March 12.--Transfer- ring their activities from salt-water to the gresl, inland waterways of. Northern Alberta anil beyond, 11 j ships' carpenters have arrived In EO- the. Standard Bank, is home after at CUPID Is. a _. _. schemer and wishes to clinch anengage- ment and Vin a victory he takes along a box of HONEYMOON CHOC01LATES 'Immediate capitulation ta the result. '_' Alt FLiVORED CENTRES The Walter W.ShawCo. WholesaleCaadj Mikc'i'. MOOSE JAW, Sisfc.. EC1IONTON, Now is The Time To Take Stock of-- Your spring clothing of all kmds and have them cleanedtmd pressed. Maybe by careful management you can keep from buying that suit this spring. pieces are scarce.) x With our splendid plant and equipment, together with a'competent we tan make your worn suits look ALMOST LIKE NEW.. you are hot a patrqtfoi ours already, just __ v Phone 451 and Will Call- Our Motto: "Quality and Service." v Lethbridge Laundry Phone 451 C.S. FARROW, Manager "Mrs. Pitcher was also pleased with 'MiH Archibald, of Grade G in her 'yweentaotoi of a lesson in religion e thought the school in toachlnR itie larger girls sowing should take up complicated work. Mrs. Atkins In thought In the matter o several parents coul anpplj their own child or chll dren, and Mrs. Atkins favored thi (present method of teaching sewing ai Ht lakes up the different studies o (hand Mwlns, an .art prone to be neg lected. Then came thd reading and discus aion of several proposed amendments !0 tlie lawe of Alberta, whlcli are t bo further dealt with at the comlni convention in Kdmonlon. Through this these me.isurea will m doubt at date be laid before the public, The resignation of Mrs. M. P. Syke; was read and accepted. Mrs. 8yke had a very valuable asset to th W. 1. and most highly esteemed, muc! Invrd by all its members, and ha lett a vacancy which can never quit be filled. All are thankful that sh was with us- even for a short tim and eitlend Ibelr sincere wishes fo recovered health and every othe Mossing upon her life labor wherever they may be the close of the meeting refresh ments were sorrert and member availed themselves of the opportunlt of bidding Mrs. Sykcs farewell an God speed. Minced clilcXen and macaroni tTcHlcnt dish This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City JACK HOLLINGSWORTH WITH LETHBRIDGE TAX! Fourth Ave.' S., Rear of Palace Confectionery. 24 Hour Service. PHONE 664 J. N. ANPERSON Contracting Plasterer i All Kinds of Cement Work. Estimr.les Furnish- ed Free. 826 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE 148? GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 3S7 11th STREET SOUTH PHONE 1692 R. SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladiet' and Men's Suits to Measure. CLEANING AND PRESSING 733 815 THIRD AVE. S.' T. ROTHWELL WITK ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO F. MILE3) Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers 511 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIOQE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 VETERANS' TRANSFER (QEO. GREGORY, PROP.) LIGHT HEAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D. 1317 1st Ave. North Lethbr-dje. Phone 646 C SELLENS Builder, Contractor and Cabinet Maker ESTIMATES VREE PHONE D. Brunton E. J. Hooker HAVE OPENED A First Class Meat Market At 328 Thjrteenlh Street North PHONE 1698 RESIDENCE, 1397 W. PERKINS WITH HUTJON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 401 Fifth Street South, 693 Auto Owners Just a lo let.you know yonr elrf top rctrlnirnftl BDd utAolBterlng done lo wMrJmd look battfr Ihsn Lethbridge Auto Top Depot 0, T. BLUNT, Prop. NEXT.tO MMALD Out-ef-Town Promptly Attended PHONE 1143 ;