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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE u-rnumuxiK ixui.v HKKAUJ KK10AY, MARCH She torost auJ v to NVyosmns; U'oVms up buyers lor Cojldj'.o M't- vt'rnuro lo jnuvs that his sales will be to IHMIJI rule settlers tu't to sytH-- uUtors, Mr. has ttie welfare of CcaWale at in-art too much, lo be tlie exploiting bf-the Jis- !e deal.'the ollifi-.i day. onttnias ,11.111 a. The U I'llirough -ai Home HesiauniHt Ins chSnsedj bauds and is now under tho meiit ot Mr. They. Tatiin. In Uu1 of a few allons will be ['omplcl-.'d anil BELIEVE I. WILL car- i which should echo in the of the service offered. i legislative assembly wiih an insistent AnJ the papers lei] us that tsound that the south country wants of i dale and taken lo nnoneji the thirst I to te heard and sympathetically o, TabPr only liat! in the measures that will bring it j we are slow at Coaidale. reiief ki any of the handicapfi that in trammel particular iniiui-iry on i Th-? "llu is busy at which its prosperity chiefly Uinces. A MEETING WHICH SHOULD INTEREST ALL The nieeUns to organize and place on a sound foofes amateur aih i letics in Lethbridge should mlist sympathy ot all. whether they be .10-. tl've in sports or whether they have passed the of acliviiy ia sireuu-j OU3 outdoor exercise. ttoi business portion of the hie mind'in the healthy body. It is a camy.llsa lor ins P IA AICKED UP IN SSING FOKTBC El'EV MAS TO MOM MANCM The presence of a large number of business men at the convention show- liar- itei the homes of Messrs. Lust, Hiabeck and Ualilwin. Coaidale also has its victims. Mr. Lockwooil's and Mr. Joe Knapn's families being down. 1 v lifTord Heighes. wiio very generously I OTTAWA. March Western members, who since the opening parliament have been urging (he EOT prnoient to comple'.c the conatructlon of ihe Hudson Hay Hallway ire stroncly inclined to the opinion that Ihc government will accede to the re- quest and be convinced that tie peo- ple of the west are unitedly behind Ontario hud its best mining rear it> SIS. Toronto iTesbytery deoMeO favor- ably on the motion to elect tor years Instead ot tor life. Plowing commenced iu several parts of Kent county, Ou'arlo. and robins have been sew iu several ilaces. Clrte Malloch, ot Arn- prior, has had the miraculous eiperi- eneo of falling 1S.WX) and still liv- ing to tell tue tale. Arthur R. Sviluburu, a civil ser- vant for the past 33 years, and em- ployed in Hie Interior Department, died suddenly at liis home In Ottawa. Robt. J. Wilson has been appoint ed Superintendent ot- UulkHujs for Windsor-schools, a position ere- altd, at a salary ot Ingersoll Horticultural Soclely urg- es the- Dominion Government to adopt again this year, noting Its financial and heaUhful di vorce Leing considered at Otlawa. The Increasing number of illvorco appli- cations has helehleued interest in the i (l Character debate which l occur shortly In the commons on the divorce question. Fire the greater part of m their representatives at Ottawa. They the Dorman Roman Catholic Orphan The customer's interest is our first consideration. We put character into the pianos we make and seil. Our uletpeople are trained to put character into the way they sell. No undue urgency to buy, no selling any questionable to loog to seli; no hiding the truth u to durability and construction. Good wiH good trade are tale to foBow mil Kxi ot method. We leu about making out buiinot bigger dun about making it better. Balmoral Block, Fifth Street S., Lelhbriclge and his two sons, A. B. and It.. overseers as assistant professor of in- sav'that until recently they were un- age at Buffalo, causing damage estlm- i'ertersen mates ol the ship, were jdtistrlal medicine In Ihe Harvard mctli- "ih'le lo make much impression upon at Four hundred and brought in yesterday by the U. S. school, Dr. Hamilton, who nhtaln- government but that the minis- children were In the building, and locked up pending tn- ed her medical degree from th Uni- nd matenat Je-, Pend on. the prosperity of the farm- ,frs are now becoming convinced of to nurse one of of the west that ffiicted families has also contracted Ol lhe road to (he Bay listment ot "icUrsEt cooperation in the welfare primarily of the grow- ing yanlh iaf the city. As soch it should be favored by fatltrs and all those interested In the boy. The athletic association Tvill be a the disease. N'ext Tuesday. March IS, at powerful adjunct to the V.. M. C. A., the library -and- kindred institutions which raake.f or'the'uplift of. the com- munity and particularly of that im- poriant part o! the community, the rfeing generalion. toniito sliauld.'there-] foret'l.e a great meeting .jn tne -way1 of numbers tind in the way of ia- terest. in the truth ot the old and familiar saying that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy there sttovid in fcstb aetiTeJy Si years iSaclc, toe inclination the .apti- tude to gel back to the old calling 1 opportunity lies open. The movement in every- sense ;ot the phrase. vTt the hearty sup- port which such movements claim and'rlistinctSvely deserve. So get hind.it is the call. To.make Lethbridge an athletic, centre is a laudahte ambition. Wjth tie.material at baud and with the in- terest aroused that ambition should be easily realized. ers and that what is o the! Rev. Cant. Denoon will speak in Coal- .farmers is signally beneficial to i dale school on "Some remarkable Inches. Forthwith every: dalc farmer resolved to raise 'some 11 feet next year. On SaEuFusy sficr.Tcon a meeting wsa fair next fall The from fcenL 16 on6j.pl his neighbors, i he did not leave iin amount of ropne at a place nanictl, .that his. life woul be in danger, he was found gtUU the penitentiary at Edmonton. A few other that were T are set COUT civil be He peopie want. It was'S'pHy tfot our Canadian hanks. This with rnore of those in responsible an- noaitorf -who mate tha hanks ihe [thorUy 'were not present at itio con- truatee.s of their caab thetr i mention yesterday, Ijut wlih the se.i- fiavings ehonld count for p 1 slon on'nt Kdmonton it not but dcaK The confiilcnce that it breeds' {3 EI commercial and an individual as- So long aa thte (3 assured the people can breathe freely. i Those who advocate Ihc sUrtioe bfl .as H was. Thoac Wlio were eot had their much '-ippre- cittcd, and U iz hoped mat they will carry back Ine impression of th2 eslncss of the big mseling. we can trust thfm do. sialion rb- of Email hanks should give the ter pause in the experience of what lias taken place ..over Hie border in j We are log tags ih r.dr rrilnMti? nnd eaunot taKe place'here-e'o lirought n large