Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, MAHC11 21, 1919 TJfE LF.TllBHinr.K DAIl.i PAGE NINR ,TT 4 MILADI MORE FRANCHISE RIGHTS TO MINNESOTA WOMEN ST. PAUL, tioveinor Bunniuib sifiueJ the bill the right to votp t'ir tial iu bi unlay 4 FRAGMENT Tlte treo of deepest root is fouud witling still to quit HIP ground: therefore by 'J'hut IOTO ot life with years 5k) mufii, thu'. iu our latter Wlica pain grov.-s sharp ami sickness rases. The groatcsl love tif lite ayptars. Tbrate. v v influt'iua has left for Vancouver. where later. depending upon she will Vnier the Vancouver General epidemic. at lo Iraiu as nurse. -Miss UJso.i will in Xolvm cu rjulu.t TJiere will IJL> no general mot-tins 't' 4" v marriage was tjuieUy at i the T'reeljyterlao mrm-p. Ni-v, Dayton, Her Bister. MUs Lois Wxca, lias also of tbe Mathers Club on UVtlta-t.lay nonv' brld returned I-J her home In Maple Creek. on account uf the iaJlut'iiza; ivcrc- Iho -Mtsscs o'l honor nt tevtral delightful sii events doring Iheir in the Trieuils oT Paddy wtiu has services will lie un the fr Mr. and Mrs. J. 11, HOES left Ihls nornlns for Paoula, Colorado, hay- lug been called there on account of die illness of '.Mr- Uu3S' mother. V f Mrs. Gconfc MacUod and two chil- dren, Vera and George, who havo been i'uffering from influenza, arc now umch Letter. IB C. J. Kckstorm lias returped from p. visit to Seattle and other coastal elites. J. Insiiector and Mrs. Shoeholham, have as (heir guest the laticr's toroUter, Liout. Trim, of the Imperial Flying Corpa, of Vancouver. Lieut. Trim went overseas Iu 1914, enlisting Yttli the IQltt DattQlioti in MoJLcine Hat and later Imnalerrfug to ttie Flying Corps. Mr. Cecil Faming, who recently gave.a concert here..te confined to.the Fort hotel, Winnipeg, -with a attack ot neuratgh Alls., tind Miss uE New Dayton. Tho Imik-'ti unclf, H. Griffith, pertoniii-il tlio cere-' was ilto ol htT Nev; Mr. ,1L V 'and Mrs. Kraser will icsiile f.t Kippcn- The i-acrainenl of Iho Lords per wii! be observed in Kmix church( .Sunday. April C'Ji. Prepafiitary' weddlnB.tf.cl; at Knox ioacse Bumrait of the Simpson of tin. in forest of Kootenay Divide separating Alberta and British trip orer the Sltupson Ihrqujh' tho Uanadiin PaclHc Kockln WM by Sir Georae Stapion, GoVernor ot Hudson's 1 Biy Companj, in 1841, of flrll rccotJed over- land tour -rouutl the world, that Columbia. warned to iiostpone our trip. Hon-ltalDS, [he common of Oia ever, WB [ound a ford where tild j saiae snow wreaths, ttere was this not even have to swim' our horses. and next day were on the banks of the Vermlliloo liiver. Into the Ver- milllon jiours Ihe raglns torrenL ol the Simpson, which llseil Is (cd from Amerkau iUclerS Conllueat, wm Uy Siberia clad RotKics high tbove. At ncti ,___, occupying about nine _____itBd subje.ct ot conald- UUrklun, Jim Urawsler, Ue ud outfitter on .kuaiKk el the on which toe "lett record. 1 Find br the ambition lo cross Vitb two guides, tea I in (or Ix or outfit a ltd iflvcn days. sup- Jim Brtwtte'r t these prer (rom BtnIT !er to hMfhl of lind the hinge II were kslween the eastern afi.l w.slern' wnlers. We hrtiltfasteil on the Isihmui. Did nftt exceed foxirleen Tlie Kootenar Rtver had nttiet rttmUdon. Two were hi malte Mm tafns of thp Scltcirks. wo had as Rne panorama s< any csuM outlines and frtngsd wHh porpetiTal sn'nw. The Banff siie of th'. Summit coraes within jiulEdictlon qf fho nomlnJoD antt its Su- of Pp.rfcs was pood tn prcvldo u? n-Jth a trail which really was a trail. To Iho rlsht up wo had a ellrnpsD of Mount Aesirlboine. thft glunl of Ihflso opiy a however, for In n mingle wns rnuvltt In uf withoul ad- renture for a of mos- we the C.P.R. Hotel tt Banff, nllve with summer tourists who found in our cavalcade a .fit subject for innunier-hle anap- LTlie T may In Ing. which OTIC or such ft IrH, h of Ihe rerj- tost. Ki-erv rreefe. every poo] seems lo be stocked with "rmti, alt Irnufeiltve about the na- of fir. Thrown Hnftlc NncMe af e always rtftadlr- Bystander Was Killed Vatidnal Convention Possible Before'.' sion May Last TillJuly March opposi-, tion circles it- is Stated that it has been definitely decided that the national Liberal convention, which will choose n permanent leader to succeed the lale Sir Wil- frid Lauricr, be called at Ot- tawa. It is practically certain that September fs the. month In which the convention convene, It is believed thnt Ihe parliamentary session last until July, and the Liberals think it better that it should be over before they 'mettl Were it thought that the sestion would conclude earlier, the disposition would be to call tho convention sairf time and harvest. is said there 13 a majority ,of opfViion which favors the hold- (njf of the convention in June even if the house is In session. No definite opinion appears to have developed here as to Liberal choice of a ntw lead- er, but within the past few there has bean considerable men- tion of the name of Hon. A; E. Hudson, formerly attorney-gen- eral of Manitoba. LOOK HI A CDS I MID LONDON', March Bolshevist campaign i3 In progress In Bohemia, according to a statement, quoted by the Daily Mail's Berlin correspondent. This correspondent Rays strong pro- paganda is being carried oat simul- taneously among both the Czech anil German workmea, the Bohemians be- ing assured that only with Bolshevist aitl can Germany secure the rtgbt of .MONTKEAIL. March argu- self-determination and escape sul) ment over a woman led yesicrdaj- to servicucy lo Czech rule. the death ot one man and the more or-, less severe wounding ol three others in a pool room in, lhe east end of (he city, The dead man is AnloEno Auger, years olii, irho through the-abdomen at 1.50 yesterday after- noon nnd died at 3 p.m.-in the Mont- real General Hospital. The others Guiseppe Sonecfajie, three-bul- Jlels in bullet Jin face and face slashed from ear to Hardlv' -vvountied a the leg. The was !n any-Vay connected with Iho (hrce 'BERLIN, govern oilier men. Ho was-playing pool to incorporate the ter-! a, tahle away was railways imner'a single na- lhe rerolvefs were fired. system fllreatlr. are meeting with AN ELECTION PROMISE 1 ST. CATHARINES, Ont. March !t Dewart, K.C., M.L.A., ad dressiug the Lincoln County Liberal convention here Saturday afternoon declared as soon as the Hearst gov eminent was put out of power, ht would see that .the arrears o! owing by the International NickU Company for three years were collect- c- GOOD CONFESSION (Contributed) -The three men arc being held :as i pronoun ced oppoEitiou on die part of vrilnesaes hy the police. ne federated slates. Following Prussia's notification to1 the government that roadi would'-he surrendered only an adtcjual? v Lo cover the state BiTaria declared that lhe transfer of 'Bararlaii roads at this lime 13 erring to personal and financial and Rev. Curtis, at the Christian church, lhal tho flllure can only: jbe whercunto thou wns( lulled and tltdatl confess lhe good confession in the j sight of runny witnesses." j The Good Confession, that or 'fOEsiiig in the sJghl of many witnesses "JPRUS is Mie Christ, tho Son of rthe Living ia lhe first outward i sign ol your faith in lhe Master. This is (he creed of Ihn Christian j Church and while it-is simple, yet H [is the most comprehensive creed thatj uas cvfiv besn formed. It is a creed that has stood for nearly two thousand 'years, revision, and the' jortly creed that never will need to be, revised. We know that .Tcaus is the pi vine Soil of God what the Father aald jnt His liapllxm. This is my heloved I Son-in whom I ara well pleased, and Ingain at Ilia tr.TnsflRuralloii, when He Iraaile lhe same statement, but with ithfiac added Hear Ye Him. Second. Thai Jesun claimed lo he the Son'of Ood antl for which claim ac" was crucified. 'Also for what the said in Luke "For there is you -this given perlcxl on lhe ground that cuch action would "be A violation, ol her state rights. H.., Yo. Painj, Cramps, CalloDMt or a Burning SensatlM Anterior Metataral Arch Support vtll nfc" LWt pvticoW SMi wiMMt. ftr mil HOJIMLt OKU OfALOIS. Write Dr. AK! dr., of Ux FcfC S C H O L L (he SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY W. J. NELSON CO. from Mothers can rest easy after giving "CalKomln Sjrruji of because in ivho i grealcsl choir ever galhcred sang the greatest song'ever 'Glory to God in lhe highest." This Rood confession, "That Jesus ayrun oi TIES, oecausu in i nll'lho cloEBCd.W the Clirint thn Son o God. U Iho iiir bile and fermenting (oort genlly (oundnllon ol tha Christian church ...ovea out of the Imwcls, anil you hav.l and lijt's n .larger than just con- a well, playful chllil'again. Children tossing yon slmplj- will" not lake the time from i take Hinvfor anJ follow play lo empty Ihelr howcls. anil Ihcy His IMChins. belter Jan you hecomc lightly'pnckeil, liter gels slug-1 nsk than'a crecrt Ihst confesses Ilia glsh onrt stomach disordered. Divine Son ai'yonr Saviour and HU When cross, feverish, set1; (caching aRJthe rule of faith and If lonsuc Is coaled. IhEii give this do-i practice? liciona "fruit iavativp." Children love ft, and It cnn nol C.IUSD Injury. No TOV Trt ference what alls your lltlle one-i[ I Kl IU SETTLE WITH BOLSH1ES nf two ofiwwlte oceans. mormurlns Mer their cf stonw, If, In othpr M tsblhnltr Slmrjjon, a llttta Oftr pttnnrt. In the Kooutiar rai kno (o (wft an'l three niMiniti lOftTlfl full of cold, or a sorfi throal, diarrhoea, atoniach-.ichc. had lircnln. remenher. cleansing'' shoul'l always he llie first (rcatme'nl given. 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