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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAHl^H X\ V.m THE y.-ecome'�tn86ivent,' will be undertaken by the Bltulitiiic Pav lif'Co. as'sobn-Bs the weatb'er is dry afid warm, was intimated at the .coun cll meeting this morttlhg^.'Commla-sloaer Grace. A wire .from Mr; Mac-Phatl, engineer for the'.BHuIltblc Co., inUBMtted that he wbulid''be 'ready to undertake the work^albng' in Jiine.  �........  PERSONAL �  ..... ^4>.   li'. E.-Troxell, who has been Ganftcl' Ian Jress telegraph operator at the. Herald for the past six months, leaves for, Los AngolcH tomorrow. He. is auccooded by W. J. O'Callaghan.  �  Mrs. J. S. Stewart and her mblKerr Mrs. McCluro, returned yesterday after, spending tho winter in Los Angeles apd I^aadeno, Calltoriila: *' >  .�. Miss Evelyn Havis Is In Ciliary, spending u few tluys ut tho Palllser.'  * ,* Word lias been received by friends in the city of the death of Mrs, "William McAndrew formerly Miss Isabel Yuill, who resided hero for n^me time' with her brotlior. .Mr. Thomas. yullI, ' D.' I,. Young, 322 Gth Avonuo soutRj left qn Saturday for Calgary, to. Join' tho 78th battery. '   �  Master JaCk Hutton, 814 �tti Aypi BOiitlr. spent'the weekend with WJBS-ley McCann at the McCann ranbh; ' Mrs.M. n. MacLarert of Fernle.'B.G/,. 1� the guest nf her sister, Mrs; 'J,"B.' Dicks, 1208 bih Ave S. � % � Mrs. Fred Hammond has been 'In Toronto recently. � , � � * The engagement has been announced by Mrs. A. B. Stafford of her sister, Miss Margaret Mclntyre. a nursing sis ter In Franco, to Lieut. Uouis Blscardy. chevalier of the Legion of HondriPar Is. ........ 'I;?:-- , . �    Major Crulckshank, who is bit. leave from the front, Is tho guost of Mr.?and Mrs. E. A. Ewert.  . . � � � � � * *  *  .CHURCHES AND MClETi&S �  -^ � � � 4 � � � � : �    � 4 ; the emay � competition arranged yearly by tho Sir Aloxander,.,palt chap- ter, i. 0. n. E., will be held on Tliura-ddy .afternoon at TSO' fi. Mr. Davfil-ffon'B roon^ at Central siliool. The subjects,to be written' on HiIk your dror ' Grade seven, Sir Uohort Rov-.den, hlrf life and statesnmnHhl;); Krade �atiihl.'The Devoldpttient and Orowlh of the Brillsh Empiro; Knido nine, the British Campaign in I'iilosMiie; 'grartb tefl,'lielibcrattouK of Presidoni Wilson and the Entrau'� of the United.States, in to tho.Orciit Wiir; grade eleven, � Russia's Pan in thi; War; grade twelve, Free Trarlc v.s. Prolec-.tlon within tho.Britlsli Kinplru. The judges will bo Rev. C. K. CraKg, R. A. smith and' W. S. Gray. � ^--r . .  , , Thft Passion week.servlrcR nt Wesley, ohurth on- Tuesday, Wudiioailay ahd Thursday are^wltlidrawu ou-liig Ui IK6 icohtimied illness of iho pastor, ttev.'Ci. E. Cragg. r' ' \ ' �  � ' We'iecture Blvon by Dr. A. O. Man-R�e..pt Western .(^anadu Col lego, on I'Fridiiy evening boforo Uio members '25^ the Mathesla club mui iiiofi- bus-Wbda Was'greatly enjoyed. Dr. Mac-Rhu,read his osaay on "Tlio Sotjlal and Literary Life, in the (.'offeu Ilouso Period." ' \ ' iV""  The meeting of tho' .N'p.Kt-ot-Kin will be held ibnight at 7.:iii In tlio Moo.ic Hall! � ' Important business is to be dlsfcUBsed. ' Th'e ladies society to tlio Biothor hood ot Locomotive Firemen and Engineers, are issuiiiK invitations to dance to be held.on April fllh. The country fair given by Mr. Craw fords boys class ot Kiwx church, na sisted by tho J. O. C. class on Saturday afternoon proved a groat success, the sum of forty-six dollars being made. One ot the features of the fair was an auction Kale. * * * Tlio Art Department of the Matbesis club will meet at the home otMrs. H R Skelth, G04 IZth SI. soulli, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Make Easter ival of adness-r-!* J i n The RebekaliB'Will meat tomorrow night at 7.30, In tlio Red Cross rooms for sewing.    The refeular gymiiastic and swim mlng classes for adults and children conducted under llie auspices of the AVomen's Civic .club at the Y.M.C.A will be held as'ijsiial this \Vedneaday afternoon and eviinlng. Unless the classes at the Enjoy Easter Carols sun^ by the world's greatest aitUt8---Enjoy Ai^^ , in your hom�.,wiir|ii^ ' ' Eaatarwill,giVi^''i|ra -� Maitli�4Vlclo run IloMana-BaiMrBaatdnltaaltah^l >M�* Hmubs-laslw Soiaa (riMCil Catwia ' IMIS AtSM bal'itamb of God) (In Latin)^ Banco Caniso SS4Sr t- Ramooiii (Tbo ralms) �r^aani�o larico Caruso and MaicolJournn :,,,,,..halll5-JHja�^*J^^^ tITf Ablda ^llh Ms (Llddfs; \taU f BMutlfal Itto of �oatawksro^^ Harold JarvUt ��**^Achflsi Atosa(��twHyaaa) HaydaaQuarls*.' '"��(�ii5.*rhrs>'i&?"'"V trinity Choir Ttlalty Uhoir children's gymnastic Y.:',l.r..-V. which have been conducted .imdur the auspices of the Women's (Jlvl � � � SOCIAL EVENTS .  o  o �    .Mrs. O. E. C. Martin entertained lii formally on Sauu\lay eVening for.Mrs Foster, Mrs.. MANIcbl's mother. �.'Jrtrs., Harry Graham and Mrs. R. C (ilbMjre entertained' the members of th|!*J^rd and the.staff of the' Nurs-Int^riiHjssion at tea-on,Friday atterr -.boil-at Mrs. McOlure's homo. ,:..}.w�|^How.VUaiaVo�nd(tlo� Ttlnitjr ChoU > :^7'nioCo�lnto��hoV�r(0�isi�Aw.r . . .r Trinity Choir Trinity Chulr ' BoymAnd nitnn rrodorick Wiiosltr Ttiniiy Choir BUloBakor jBMoBskM-Aiaa Tumor iGiOHiInt tho Bar (Toanyson) .alSffl qisriaM Quortot tilt* Holy AitTho�(MLnrtal , 'Trlaliy Choir una UaUduJaii Choni* (froai MawiaM i. Victor Uhorus and Bouaa's Band ami jrMHvBiTaDi TriBltyChoir : IIU7 > At* MarUjadulM to intmoaso ' ' iMm "Cafaltatis RuoUcaaa" I Ram sd Dhba i i- > ^iTHOMfc or TH!^ yjcruoiX .Lucy Moroh ' Trinity Choir' %^ tHOUSANM OF RECORD? ?.�oi^ ,youjroj5Eiecr fRo��, T^W k N't Y ;il"R^s^^l|:'S.T 6rK3,\:[- -' BalmaPBh BIkckVi Flfth^Sti�lf(;�eulh;;k�Ui^ in t hl^Cife .1Cbutcbee ^9- ARABS SUCCESSFUL London, .Mar. UH.-Inrnrtnaton bssbBenrobelvBrt of a siiccoi.-i-'78 mlln.s north-svisst ot M^'llna, on March in. Under cover of a aandstomi a (^ointiaiiy of ii camel corps was BuriirlsodVabU tleatroyod. Wesley Ladies' Aid Easter Bazaar Wednesday Afternoon, Mafo 27 - IN WESLEY HALL--- n FIvfc Mtniitesl No Dyspepsia, Heart- i burn or-Any Stomach Misery. ; gisliy,; upset stomach. Indigestion,' hcfttburn,'dyspepsia; when tlie food ,.vQtt-*eat. ferments Itito gases and tubbbrh hlmps,; your head actios and you feel i;felt!k and. miserable, tbiit's when .yddi^tbifWEe. the mae'lc In Papo's-DiBpep#ln,:,It.,niittes" all stomach misery vanisil.-jti'five minutes. If ytiu J's'tbmach-Is in a continuou.'* ovolt-if you can't get it regulated, please, for your sake, try Papa's DIa-pepsin,. It's so needless to have a bad-stbifiBCh--niake your next meal a favorite food meal, then lako a little Diapepsln. There will not bo any distress-eat without fear. It's because Pane's Dlnpepain "really does" regulate, weakj oul-of-di'Uer stomachs that gives It its millions of sales annually. Get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's IJlapepsln frotu auy drug store. It Is the quickest, sures't stomach relief and cure known. It acts almost like magic -it Is a scientific, harmless and pleasant stomach, preparation -ivhich truly belongs n every- home.-Advert. Sale Opeii� Promptly at 4.00 eXlock Aprons, Chfldren's Dress- Pantry Table of War es, Luigerie, etc. Cooking. - Friday, 8 .p.m., ch^lr.practice. ...Saturday morning at 11, Jun.'or boys elfjb meet at t.he. rec- tqry, '" .....  � ' , . St, Mary's Church-Wednesday ev-" enln^ service and address at 8.p.m. Thursday at 10.30,; holy,, �coininunlon. Thursday ovoiiing ait 8, preptirjilion service., Oooil Friday at 10, morning servlqa. ,'i hoiir service, 13 to S-jn $1. Augustlno's church;' four /o'clock children's service;' 8.00, mission''ser-vlcOi' Illustraled by lantern slides'; Saturday, at ,,I..,W,, A' pantry iSaie jn iho,parish hall; 8 o'olp'8/chqlr (practice.' ' ' rch'rlstla'n Chtfi'ch;-i.T46 lailtes of -Jt^i^'e church 'aird'in6h''wn� can firai to / You'll Do Better At Teeples Chairs ant Are An Ev er*fBi)r.iH5 se.'it upholstered in unusually- good � quality.goat skin.^ ^ - . Webiive just'9 .of tbese Rockers aiid 5 Chairs at this splendid valae, $10.50 iiOiVerstuffed Rockers and : Arincbairs in Tapestry Made porfectly iilain' without tutting,/Easily . ol^eanod. Full spring seat and back, well padded . arms, It Is a Jarge roomy, rocker with' comfort . .written (n every line. Upholstered In a good qunllty wool tapestry of pleaalng colore of dark ' greefas and'j)luea and black. � lendld; 1 Bhwlng-^ of this'nation- 'ajly/'aflvoi'lladd / line .'goods.' ;/j i 1 f Upholstered Library , Chair A coo^fortable and'attractive chalf, made- of', selected quarter sawed oak In rich fumed flQiab, ; upholstered auto'spring seat, 9II wiro tied in gen- , nine cow bide, upholstered shaped back, extra-.-i well mada. * I , Only V.r....... ......^ Fqmed Oak ftere Is a practical buffet at a small'price, Ai;>^ plain, neat design easily dusted. Made of aolid-oiiik ', In rich fumed finish. Length 44 (ncheii. Two allyer ; drawersi one lined,' double door cupboiaTd-.and'i large lin.eh drawer. Abaotutely .guaranteedt plate-': -mirror on .top. . . � .� .�','"'":(�.�-yiM'-^'' ! Only ......... ... ..vjiia^^ Solid Oak Dining Roomii 4 only Round Top 6-fp^)^ Specially Priced at . Tables �:'f/.'e-3^f <' WE AIM TO PLEASE Lie :'^0o Qiiality Furniturib tind^Groceries Just Arrived, ^,6nt 6^^^^ park.w^s;one^ . ^^/.'i' 49 ;