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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THE LETHBRIUGB DAIL SATURDAY, MAY convoy tbe eipeUUions tor the- ione'memorable. in the annals of th lommonweaUh 4 Afterwards.'with the Melbourne, th Sydney was employed In a patrollm quailron in Atlantic, and In a r port issaed reviewing tbe year's war operations it iras that she had steamed well over ICO 01 miles during ,her commission, near as offered bv C. A.: Vt'oollcy: the ncdiction by J. L. The speak- rs were President 'H. S Alien. T. randley. C. Snow. D. H. KIton. Jacobs and Uisliop Harkcr. They Itspoke words of comfort and.conso- tion to the bereaved family, ords of htehest praise for the perfect o ol the deparled. Mr. Fletcher was straightforward. Honest man. boili n business and tils church rervice. ae greater part of his life of late has been devoted to his church, e haviug recently fulfilled a mission nd being called to-act as bishop of 1C Burdett Ward. The Fletctier family are well known 11 over southern Alberla. ilr.'Wm. ,af MiarJiotJ and Santoff "made tor volanieers to reinforce Hin denbori s army ais trooos a'r- alresuh perfecllv disciplined and equipped Thev are wi-11 with food hav ing at tieir di nosal tbe the Eastern They are jjd iciou 1} nested it is'addiS, so that Po- land will be threatened not only on Ott trout, bnt so tnroueh Lithuania in the rear The-e things epall much and mocb The voice ot Germany gay be loud in the proiealalwns ot certain o! her speakers She maj pose as a demo- cratic natlun with a Assem hlj of It since, the ou break of "war while hal h-r sea' time had spmt m th Jtropcs The remaining ve j But the loues that are heard are made loud to huso wiat Is going on is no call lor anything in the wav of sentimeutalUm in re garolng Ibe present situation of many VYh't speaks her splr.t doe not with all that broogo lo lighl ft ?oald be foolish to trar the Hun now, or In tie [ulure if w are nol to reap all the bitterness o tho Iwt in the past. As Germany wa sh e intends to be Biolullon t bring her lo the standard of huraar and civilized nations Is at a slantitlil and will, so far as the people o .Germany are concerned, be opportunity to a-ert itselt cd by Major II. al some filty dolla'rs per aero.-' -It'is hoped that the new owner wiil-move out' to the farm and lake his family. Tho largo residcnct known as the Cazier Home, which .was purchased by .Major Brown, will now be offered for sale.- It is -one ol-the best-located as well as one of the largest In Cards- m. A very nice-improvement to his rest- was grand success. foar-piece orchestra tho music. Kverybody spent an enjoyable evening. I.O.O.F. Anniversary .On Sunday. April 21, 'the l.O.p.r'. held their anniversary service. -.'The l.O.O.V. paraded to tho church, where tho'liev. Capt..l'Mioon preached a splendid sermon. Several people could cot bo admitted owing lo tho -larsu crown. Among the several visitors m Dia- mond Cily were tho Misses Dalrymple, of Ixilhbridge; 'Mrs. f. David and Mr. and Mrs. Thresher, ot Ilaymc-nd. Mr. Uubllck and family arc moving to their farm at Port lianuy, B.C. BABE RUTH SUSPENDED? WASHINGTON. May Ihe report could not.be confirmed last night by Manager Harrow, it was learned from n reliable, source thai ibe" lluth. pitcher and star .bats- of thu Boston Americans, was in Edmonton cily council fixed May 27 ig ot tho 23th. H bj votinu day on idebiscltes to pay ;s. Mr. DunniiiB's in'i.niioiio aldermen, extend telephone sysletu, and divide city In wards. Edmonton dealers in tlio city will iloso their offices on Saturday utter- noons for.the mouths ot May, Juuc, July and Tho Edmonton city havo refused lo Brant passes on the slrcet rallwa'y to military police. It was agrceil thut lite Dominion government should pay Ito city for this transports tion. definitely suspended following a "run In1-'-with Manager Darrnw just before the game with Washington yesterday. Alleged infractions of tho Iralning rules arc .said to have beeu the cause of the row.; jeciip'led in patrolling the iuslraii lie routes vand escorting convo ntil towards lie latter end of t ar, when the came urope some proceeding through t ardanelles Into the Black afte armi'tice with Turkev Tbe Commonwealth ot Australia Is nung its onlv m il% Infancy, ut it has dared much and accomplish- ed nich. Its trmditlons have been glv- a a atari rag point The peo'ple ol Ans- ralia can be justly proud ol their "a men who have suet Ihe foemen on Ihe sea, and, with colors flying, have help; ed In bringing victory to the'Allles. 11 over soucnern Aiueria. .nr. Fletcher, father of the deceased, came deuce has teenjnsfalled by Mr. S. o Magrath about 20 years ago. Its Jones, ol the the way o a PO his .family were among walk and.ntat tie iton'eers ot Magrath; they opened the lr t store here. The ''pallbearers were J. T. Sleele, John Bridge. J. A. Ririe. J.. A. llercer. T.hos. Ryggs and ames Clarke. Funeral arrangements were in charge ol T. S. Fetlerly. Mr. Iletcher leaves to mourn '.his a wife add three children. Howard. Grace and Ruth: a father and brothers and sister, besides a.Jiosl of friends, especially in-Burdett and Magiitn, where be waVmore intimately kno'n-ii. Hl5 Bridge Fletcher, was a Mag'rath gi'rl and loved by all-who know hexe: The sympathy of the peo- ple'-soes out to the The Tlefcher family the iindfiesl shown IlieM by Vffif.'many friends'and tKem: also Tor the' boaiiliful Horal "olferlngv'as Fletcher faniily, harp; B.fidge wieatbV'Mr'.; and. Welcome billiard, The storm meins much, nay mean more, In regard to KUo Chau Chinest IK ivlll-be.broken >t the Peace Table. THE RETURM 1 OF THE AUSTRALIA Harftg done her fart side wllh ttc ships ol lie "Motherland rn the lie Au tralia Is noy 1 ottleward bound The coming home of Who would not be a happy farmer with yesterday's snow storm held forth With the barbers turning down the JO. B, U. ihere wjll be some trouble for JOBTJ e to get their lair cat llerr Schuecklng says some awlul things about the I-eague of Nation; Perfectly shocking, mein Herr. To call the farmers Lwho want-the tariff revised is golag far In wieain; -ur.; ana. -.Mrs.., A. ,u. 'ilagralh Ward 'choir, harpi- Reese, Eabcock and Holt fariil- V.ei. gates ajar; Card Bros., wreath: Burdeir Sunday school.- wrealh; Snr- delt' bosiness meni wrealh; Burdett Ral Cross.-Red Cross; BurdeURellel Society, wreath; Fletcher Ti-realh: sprays 'from: the toliowing- Jfr. and 3Irs. Jos. airs 3 T. Steeie.Vilajrath Slinday Bishop and Mrf. Harker. R. W. Brad and family, Mr. "and Mrs. 1. Jl. acd Coombs, -Ten-Ill noral Co., Mr. and -Mrs, D. if. Elton, Mr. and Mrs. Lntnbard. Miss Rosten and'Miss and -Mrs. A. H, Ryeg. Mr. and Jlrs.-J.-Hamillon. Mr. and'Mrs. D. Hall; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brims- dale, Mr and Mrs. Sobloson. Blrtht To Mr. and Mrs. John ForsyUi. a son. t To Major and Mrs. J. A. Ririe, a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. isaac Sabey, a ;on. lilrs. George Nraylor. Jr.. was laken lo the hospital at Lcthbrldge on Tues- day, suffering from an attack ot ap west side andi'iii front: ot his prop- erty. The L. D. S.'church office bnildlng has also been-yery. neatly fenced and a nice grass anil flower plot laid off in front of Ihe'.o.HildingV Theso all add to the. atlracliveness.pf our town and encourage their snr- roundinss. 'it was that the oiaiassivc! ihe Bank of Mont- -eal Mr.'iftiBi.Bmeno, has re- ceived- a be locat- ed at LeUibridgCJBUlieJuture. it Is ?P rnmpreiuttlui i M r. Harmon, iG e the Saskatoon Both" are well-known in district and bj rnany here' so well earned. llenrv-T. Haiuoy. chairman of a com itteo inre5lisa.lliiE Ibo use of ilrugs eclaros thero arc more thun 1.500.00 a rcollc' addicts In Iho U.S.. ot wlion early ard Iu Nov York Cll) So a rltlenian' can see where hi ullota go. an Ohio man has brougV ut a tareet vlilcb, ivhenjieuetralei xtlnguishcs all lljM' trollt ot nd shows from Iho back through th bullet liolc. Chas. r: Jlarliu. "claiming jo lie orraer Caiinrtjan' soldier, waptcd nvhnr Most Value lor Least Money All of us like to feel we've made u Good buy. i Iu llanos there's nomine to quite equal Iho famous HASON RISCH i purchasing pivyr unil quick distribution Ihrriush cur 20 branch stores liolpa to let us sell at low prices. "From factory to Homt" Balmoral Block "Tlie Homt of tht Victrola" New York aiid other nlnces of forgery, was arrested shortly bo fore the hour set for his marriage in Detroit, Jlich. Retuios so far from vote the US of Codi'merclal Union members indjcate 00 per cent. favor strike id enforce recognition of the union the'.riKht of collective Aircraft loiig foresoen, h'ecame a reality :wheu the U. S. Trav- ellers' Insurance Co. announced It -would Insure owners, oncTators. and passengers against many ;ot the ot norlal travel.. When C.'JI. Spurbeck, Soo, Mich., mel a pack ot wolves ho klllod tho biggest. It was a freak with a dog's head and a ivoll's body, so he cannot draw the }S5 bounty, us thcro U no payment for half-wolves. For Iho first time In history. l.iiU- say Oriiigcmcn, MO strong, will cele- brate the Glorious Twelfth ot July iu Toronto. Lindsay Hoard of Trade has secured a portion of land from Ihe Govern- ment for park purposes. Memorial oaks will be planted, and named after Ihc fallen heroes from the town. river and tributary Creeks send moro miiskrais 'than any other district In Kastern Ontario. Prices arc J2.30 and a pell. Trunk railway nnnounccs eastern excursion rales will; be force this coming summer. The same'fares and conditions for wcsteru (ravel will shortly cc-me into effect, as prevailed last year. W. K. Bechard. of Dover township, was fined S25D by Magistrate Arnold of Chatham on the charge of being a defaulter. el earne. !Mre. Cope was taken'from the loca hospital-'.to Lethbridge-' hy today's- 44 lier pro'gTessiJwas nol aa' favorable as George Fisher ill .With 'Klu So U. P. A. Members Seeded 50 h; [From Our the vessel named after be a.......... __ _ great day for the Commonwealth o! by those lo whom rdi canI well understand Iho .patriotic'1 pride thai-will manifest Ihe good sh'p in her home The reliirn o[ toe Australia marks .event'.Jn, tho young naval history nl the' conjtacntal Islond, aoJ what tbe ?vsvy of Australia did in the war iti Inspiralic-n for her sisters of the whose hate let. to pendicilis. Miss Minnie Clifton, whuwas taken to Jim hospital last week, is Improving nicely. Ceddes is expected to arrive in Calgary on May 30 on a hospital train from the east. He is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. R F. .Oeddes and has been overseas foi some time. He wounded and atl6r a long lime Spent In IhV hospital has. been returned lo Calgarj-, where he will have tb.spend some time in the hospital! His wife, who has been visiting here for some lime, left for Cafeary lo.meet him." It i3'hoped he will soon Improve so that he way come to his parents' home and are not agreeaoie. HCI flshntis In this application Is only a Icrm for self reli- ance. U la what the farmers welcome anj tbe manufacturers dread. ipend some lime. Mrs. hsa been one of moat faithful workers during thc'ivar, in Red Cross and other patriotic work. She has another son atill'ovor- 'Satei their being .With' regard to the part which the I'l'.tl bas played In war, ttcrr has ahareil In the -korlc which fell to Ibe Allied rnmijianil Of the MM, tl on August 11, 1914 that Ike aovernorCcneral telegraph et