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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Mil !U�AV. MAlim I'M* Tiff. �.!* f .IW.V.ii'M Y lll'.HMJ) f vr,r nine DISTRICT NEWS FATALLY INJURED Goo. Allen of Mow Inland iMWIm Tnijr>�* Death-Other New* of Dinliitt i Fl'";|| ' Mil ' IU II i Vli J - :|m.Mi!il Wn'liiim liny tifUirniKiti wlilrlt 11 miiIi>-i| In liic licitili of Mr. (loo Alli'ii. Sr. it hlr.lily ii'.sixii'tixl ronlilcnl. of UiIh illmrlct. Mr. Allen lull! ln-irn :. C. Datenmn of Macleod npent tho week-end with bin parents, Mr and Mrs. \V. A. Bntcman, Ixmcka street. The rcgnlnr monthly meeting of tho Masonic lodge was held on Tuesday evening with a good representative attendance present to enjoy the session. Mr. CarlHon reached homo on Friday after spending the winter in Honolulu. Mr. John Rasmussen of Bunlett was a visitor in town on Friday. The ducks recently raffled hy the Red Cross society were won hy Mrs. Orick, Loucks street, arid Mr. Brat-ton. Bell street, holders of the lucky numbers. Women's Institute. On Thursday afternoon the members of' the Women's Institute entertained in tho rest room in honor of Mrs. Sutton, president, who Is leaving shortly to reside in Kctlaw. Miss Mutson, who has been operating the switchboard in the Stories confectionery for tho past few months, left on Friday for Cnrdston. Mr. rfnd Mrs. Leo Hamel of Bur-dett, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. Smith on Monday. For Red Cross. The Red Cross society is to be congratulated on being able to present to a Bow Island audience such an artist as the Danish violinist, Skovgaard, who with his troupe will give an entertainment in the I.O.O.F. hall on April S. This will be one of the most important, musical events that lias ever taken place here, and the society is confidently expecting an audience that will tax the seating capacity of the I.O.O.F. hall. Tickets are now available. Mr. and Mrs, John K. Miller, whoso marriage was recently solemnized in Kastern Canada, arrived home on Monday. Entertainment. The tea and entertainment given by the United Sunday school in the I'niled church on Wednesday evening will long be remombered a3 a distinctly pleasant event. After tho children had partaken of their supper a very excellent programme was rendered, the parents and friends of the pupils being present to enjoy its numbers. Much credit is due to tho teachers and officers of tho school lor their untiring efforts throughout the year and to the children themselves for their excellent work in the preparation of the programme presented on Wednesday evening. That the parents of the pupils appreciate these admirable endeavors was clearly demonstrated" by the persistent applause audibly expressed on Wednes day evening. An Accident. An accident which might easily have been attended with moro serious results occurred on Wednesday when a McLaughlin car driven by Lloyd Garrison turned over. The driver was uninjured, but the ear was badly damaged. Mrs. Van Bell, First avenue, will entertain as her Easter guest, her sister, Miss F. York of the Good Cheer school. Mr. Arthur Mack, Olquist street, is at present in tho Cardston district endeavoring to locate his horses. The Ladies' Aid of the United church will be entertained at the home of Mrs. R. 11. Robertson, 01-ijuist Btreet, on Thursday afternoon. All members are requested to be present, as this meeting promises to M an especially interesting one. Mrs. Wm, lJrowso and daughter .Mildred are at present in Medicino Hat. Mr. lAlex. Hamilton of Bitrdett was a visitor hero on Tuesday. Friends in this district will be pleased to learn Mrs. Hamilton is progressing favorably after her , recent illness, which necessitated her removal to Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mclnerney, who were recently married in Eastern Ontario, reached home on Tuesday, proceeding to their farm In the Sunnyvale district where they will be at liomc to frieiidR after April in. Mrs. 'Walker, who has been the guest of Mi'8. Munro for some time, returned to her home in the Macleod district on Friday. Mrs. E. H. Wilmot and Mrs. Wilfred Henderson returned on Sunday U'om Lethbrldge where they were the gUII.lt ..f Ml.- ,1 llfli'lMJ'/Ti f'if *! f> 'Hid'i Ii.' .iiiiiiiliei of Mi'' i'j'.il: iK'lifHllll I'l.lf' I Mm I) l'i i| � Mil (Crlj .ii,.I Mr-In I ruin .;: .i,Hj' I! Ji,'1�y �ulinj i(��|rriMlT ... '.ii lini.fl ntiA �ii'.>'(' �|>i�ii : Hint! '''I- i* all- KTiil C. N 'run, NEW DAYTON i ai. it Mil' t.'.i-r ti' Colony i. Il�il)'iilinn *nf)v-\ut; > � iwn. �ni>r" Mr. ;:: ''f 'ti'i farm-'�arhml (it horni!* " i".'iy ri augment fun '� m �-'>rk .'!.� 111-. Mont Weilnnml.iy neiniint'. in Mirtis Kramer, to a!*"'i wide. A liitnr > Ills death. \V. W. 1 lunnyi"'!' 1.h ' .* * '"if;: 'f\,),'i'A )f:.-liKu W�|>f'/� *u.f i �>. work '/ii V:* ir/ua�iio*4 MjiMlli/ij I'. will !�.as pre.^arM an J.'l!le