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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ELBYEN MEETING CLOSED AT 3.51 O'CLOCK v VKP.SA1I.1-KS. -May T.-TUf historic meeting today, al which the Germans received ihc treaty from the and associated powers, was concluded al 3.51 o'clock tins atleruoon. MAY 7, -ii win on inlorroal we nulte to don Chroulcle. TENNIS NOTES [S At Brussels MW Killed and Wounded C will be se.ved an vcnlne hn been arraliiieJ. Tennis Club has been vri.h over r, numbers, and o- Ihc ol the spor. too oV- clubs should not delay In lornv Summer are (o (Jlrl tinldcs uf Sii on Tiiiirnlaj load ol Kriday. of this usual lime. ,he "raif IM? year nch ol flmreli -aad nw.ciy work .bould get is e.rly or they will be Irfl Behind. Kdna Henderson lell lor Montreal. _...... cera lev Ulble School, on Thursday e- REPORT OF Allen h'or home, on RAVELLER'S AID oveul- in see you at Mey ihe courie 10 sharehold- The U. S. Grain May lie Resumed Oac of Ihc most delightful wasihp ar ay alterncaa honor o; Mm U- l..dy lltury. "ho has gently ar-1 Ulo rival in New tns and l cvcnlne l..dy lluirr. "ho has recon-.u ,ho i-i.y an'i nom-. rival In N'ew York'from Knsland. ror a home-in baakaioon. IpVaklns there ou "Child Welfare In ;_ n numbers came lo Jo n in l-IUtad." visit, am-jng then, be infinecled DV ft.IHE -iiycii. icv u Q e SCLIDOI, un prisoners heea at vorkl __ mosl enthusiastic biisin .Sare e mcel W83 h Eld. FrOHl lh6 pilnt ol attendance, interest, and vis ton. it probably one o the bos business meeting, ever held ,n con of Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mm. .M. U. IKnnison. ot 01- c-n route to Ihe vcMcrn H'cnv and Tuesday In cisr. the Tliomas Taylor. have been .he guests of Mrs i-ddy Ihc Kclger farm, are leaving iJinlBhi for falsary. where ihey will make Ihulr home lj> Inturo. Krauk U Canadian supcfrvlsar for iho Melroi.olllun I.Hc of New York--Is in the am-jng then, belr.B well Ir.oin .in the- city. friends of "early ime... The lea table eiciuislte In and .ul llowcrp. ranc, o city, the gue31 of Mr. and Ei5't I" .he unft. b" A vouns tirl IravellinK alone from K' S? j. the Ald.anJ put on z twin joins o Cardslcm1 the nul day. M tiio rMiiisl ot Fernie woman ue Travellers' Aid mci a your.g girl M the i o'clock train, pJltlns her on (he Calcury Ira, MARY CAMKHOS, 1 nrnmnm ouncrshln ol arounu Aid. MRS. IRENE CASTLE MARRIED v business meenss e neclion Wesley Bible School. The report" .ulendiJ increasly ttcndance olferiuc. hi ressions were ol s.nmw rets at lV.e ol Mrs. B. K. SK.H n her remotal from the, city, and a Retirement ol .Dr. J. CHICAGO. M.y national irrsin ,i! hicago boa'rd ot trade-that the ac said the .ctwa, still in nd that his dtuv was 'operame emonstrated ahuie should arise. Mr Barnes quMlionen fraiikll helhcr (lucluatlon In corn prlcei t-" rapid break'ol inl me jnovcniein. wi mrVio'n'iu the Dominion was faced I ,.uxcmburg line has j-Hnn a condilton many W'ars IDr.) I-ccch enierialiiod al In ihe railroad' hUlory of Canada, in hat the' Kovemment road and he Pacific Railroad were the, on" laJ-W concerns with iiimnni mili-cad facilities lo t reported .hat. while. unloadlDE wagon bands oaDE a delonator exploded in he o! unsoner nlll. '..Miss Madeleine 1'lBtt. demonilralor lu'lhc School of Massage al Hart House, Monday nlEh for. CO Mia., where she Mil he 1 dinreo. of the physlc-lheraiiy ;le> S at Osdei.jJliHI.ry Toronio Globe, i ilr- riJe-are retclvlns congrMulallow and Income many friends ifftir rclnm Iron, overseas-Medicine jlnt m Cn'sllc- tamous' (lancer and fllni sla-. raiiroaa poiicj. and Caul Rohert Treman. of Ithaca. ,.have ib SY: 'ere, Carried ahorlly after noon HHr, Church Arounil. ,i Ot ll.W! The St. younsJadleB held J THE QUEEN PAY' -cuchVii party ir( 'Harper's'hall on j today at the Iht; Corner. ihe government me the .owner at present ol n.wO miles of rail- ilth the prospect ot acquisition of ar. addllioiial 0.400 miles. he" heen principal competing liO rom the s las filled uloess and eltlciencv. ideno-. TolWed by a reaction ot h i not a clear ind ci ulaUon on., large overbalancing r that post wi.h great lalti.- The foiiowln, are the officers ed fur the coming year. ihe, prlee. oi_no-----_____ Hon. Superlntcndeni. Dr. I. H. ntv it was "Tconfereuce vrill UB c.lleS May II al York betwetn representatlvel bakers and grain trader at which certain tradi will be entered Into, Mr announted. He added that ihnrply Ihe Unllel "superintendent. Mr. J. Peters. Associate- Superintendent. Mr.. 1. of Adult Ueparl- Belgian' guards al the depot and may he continued for days. Tlie-Onlario Women As- spent by all present. Kollovfing ,-int c-amcs a lunch was scncn llcvoung ladles and all loot part lancing until. Hie wee hours. i..-. I SOCIETIES CHURCHES An informal visit hy tie Queen ce.s Mary and Prince Albert to he ParradUl. battle phclographs ,n Iho Gratton bWr, ,vllh-an amus- lo Toronto, oii May 'A to MnsECy Hall "Woman s.l'arl In "t; conslrucllon." Sir AucVliksd Ceddes; ol the prtnclpalshlp ol JIcGil, unlvcreU celebaflcd In Ixmdon by a .hn B C'arllpn hotel b> Ithci' The'liig Sisters are reminded o( the meatlrig-Bl .thB honjo oL.OIr.. K E. Spobner. lonlgM al [.In. L i, uan-'h PaVothlal Association da meeting at S.30 this eve Ihe Canadian S.llonal have no aiiprcbennlon as to the ability ur company, wi.h its. splendid lacmiies and equipment, and lojai anl tfflcienl qtflccrs and jncn lo ob_ tain a (air share ol Ihe tralltc. and to handle It eipedinously, and w 1 have no lear ol government, m-ner shin but government ownership, ap has some fear M private com petition, under! conditions. Oueei, I CHINA WARNED said (he Canadian.' Press Prince Albert produced .the china th t ,h iri Ihe Prince smilingly produced required aimunL eQTernmel chinese rer mil Mrj Superin'tendeut Junior1 Ueptrlment iss Eara Newman. Superintende.HPrim.ry.Deparlment Depart Dtf MWBGf ME WINNIPEG, May allcrnoOT, paper carries th, following from a Htawa corresponijfcnt. The hill to disfranchise ll ho Introduced hy Arthii this week. The flnlBhin uches.reflm put on the bv Ih6 cabinet today. H proposed to dtftranchUe detaulters Ion peno of either 10 or There of enner iv ui iome qucsiion as to who'her It should to those who have served a o W Forester. Secretary, Mr. O- B.'Weller. Associate Secretary, Mr. Jas. Treasurer, Jlr. Jas. Bentori. Chorister. Mr. T. S. Fellerly. Pianist and leader ol orchestra Miss Mary Henry. Among many ollvtr items of.inter it was-'uecW'ed lo hold monthly business meetings; lo arrango day School' and congttgallonar. pic iJc- to run an it possible to Increase the enrolment lo 500. an the averafe attendant to 300 and t hold a "eo to Sunday School das o 25th Thus closed a most-succes May aper carries the lollowing trora-al lltawa correipondeot: claims for losses due U methods of warfare employe, i and allies u'S SeiM4i.i.uat Mid Season --V- ;