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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THFi LEtHBniDGE DAILY IIERALD PA6E ELEVEr  ft  ... ^ *  �l chSld, mr� visiting the former's (lister, MrCJ'H- Clark, for a cmiplo of months,' =  ? '   i;r. Hena B, SUUa)a,n, of Calgary, who was awarded, ihe degree of Doctor of Dental Surf(rryjit, the convocation of Alberta university yesterday, is the nrst Wota^n dehtiat In Alberta and enjoys the fUiJtlier distinction of being the first .graduate tn dentistry ot the prbvlftcial .uhtversity. Dr. StlU-man will open offlces In Calgary. Mrs, \j. M. Johnston aiTTlved in the oily today to be the guW ot Mrs. J. Norman Kitchle fw the. week-end. Mrs. ij. M. Johnston has" jilst returned from London, HJngtand, 'WhQr'e VhjS has been an enenjetlc worlc�sr to the Red CrogB and War Relief Work diiring thd y^ars ot yar; and lier Many friands in the city heartily welooroa herhonie. Mr. .lohnston is &(. present .Inf Calgary, and in the near future MK.\^rd Mm. John-ton will agaui taVe �;;$� their residence in the city. .  SOCIAL EVENTS ? > �  , ' . * � O � 4 strotlon ifi. exercise* and st^pa along With tlielr dances whjch proved very ^r^cetul and beaKtltnl, - ; ./ The, Mission Rand' of .th^^Pirst Rap-tijBt'church will slv�i their annual concert-toniorrow nlgb^ 1^-8 p.m., a good progi^m has- beQUi^^iranged, and an etv^yabie time it^;v�ssured. A silver collection wlH'tfg!ftliken. We are expecting you. / Mrs. Hert M. Puller of 1235 5th Ave. south, entertained in hoilor ot her guest, Mrs. Roy Sontliergreen Beattle of Bow Island, oh Wednesday. A pleasant social evening was spent and dainty midnight ices were served. Mrs. Chas. yjxa. Mansou ot 7th Ava. ^ouch entertained a few friends at a deligjhtful thimble t{Ba.op TSeaday- af-ternooti tti hohoffdfe^^j Vjfl^iAVyi\M Is^ returning tbei.tJfirBtWt|if ino^^^ hers.*ome Ik -i^^^ spending, some tlpli'fttla�',olty with her dftiighter, Mil. iPred ^lok. ^ , >, ' ;: . f: On WedM�dR#^�ii&i� Im iupils Of Mrs. W.-ft. Joh^iBtoi^ia^i;* recital In Knox churthis year, and the evening was an entire �i�cce�s tooth for pupils, I teacher and audience. Such recitals I greatly �ld tlie pupils in gaining con-fiden�e ip themselvos and In enabling them to further the enjoyment of others-through their music.   a  CHURCHES AND SOCItTIES    The ladiea who' are assisting with tagging no Saturday can get their tags kny time after 8.30 Saturday morning from the Civic Olubroom, Posi Office Bulltllng. Vote Of Rafepayen WUl B� 'taken-Red CrotM FiRsnee -Thief Busy  �& ? . 1. O, D. E, * The regular monthly meeting ot the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter 1. O. O. E. was held last evening in the conservatory of music hall. The chapter decided to take over the care ot the 20th, ,'1.9th. Cist Batteries and the 113tU Battalion plots at Henderson Lake Park and are asking the boys of those units to assist them in this work. It was decided to hold a dance, m conjunction with tbe Girls Auxiliary, the, date to be announced later, i Mrs. Bletcher will be in charge of tbe next I. O. D. E. monthly tea. The Hon. Regent, Mrs. J. Norman Ritchie, presented to Mrs. Chas. HcKlllop, a i life membership badge, of the Imper-I ial Order of the Daughters ot the Em-' pire *nd in a few well chosen words expressed the chapter's appreciation 1 of .Mrs. McKillop's work. Mrs. McKll-lop very feelingly replied to this hon-* or, speaking ot the pleasure this gave her, to be so honored in her chapter. The Women's International League is ot the opinion that women should be represented by women at. the councils ot peace. ''Queen Quality'' COATS Uft! ^.SP""*]? styles and; ve^ fine gaf-f' inentSrt^tliereV quality ahcf distinction in every , one. -fhwfeand ?l; i^ipwll be sold tomorrow at >, � Off Each if you would like one of these exclusive gar^-merits,^ plea^ call early. M^Take one of Thesiet Riincoats Home to ''^ ^' WiiFe � - 9 They ave new and will please her. You'll' make no mistake-w^ know she will like theinV^ They ayp ".V  Only Tomorrow %: ^ They will be cjeared as this low figure, sod hurry. � . ' 5 '1 608 Third ^Mme (From Ottr''own f:orr�gpond�iit) BOW ISLAND, May 18. -A meetteg was htld here oa Wednesday, May 14th to form a mnniclpol hospital district and was attended by the beads of tbe diitrlcta comprising tbe proposed area. F. J. Henderson was chosen chairman of the hoaiYl, T. H. Walker, vice-cbairoilm and 1^. Harding secretary-treasurer. If the scheme is carried by the.vote of the ratepayers ot the ai(l area, they intend to build a hospital fully up to date, modern in every way and entirely equipped with appliances. There will be 18 beds and the total cost of btiilding and equipment to be $32,000. The staff will be composed ot Matron, Head .N'urse, Assistant Nurse, .Laundress and Cook. The rate of milk to be levied is 1M in Municipal Districts and ;; cents an acre in unorganlied territory, while Bow Island will pay 3 mills. Red Croas Finances Red Ciwss financial statement for April: Receipts Collectiohs re the Red Cross Drive .----.......... $ 35.50 Cash on hand April 1st..... 398.79 ToUI............ $434.29 Ehcpenses Express charge* on pneu- il^nla jacketa........... I .SO Caahj donation to Headquarters. .......... 200.00 Tofftl ............. �200.60 Balance on hand, $233.79: t Thief Busy A thief visited the home of Mr. Geo. Herber east of Bow Island some time Friday night of last week and took possession of a saddle left outside, m the morning the theft was reported to Mr. J. Bradner, A. P. P., who immediately got busy and reported to the other members of the force with the result that th^ saddle was reported to have been found on Sunday morning. , The One C^Dtts Sate put on W the ^ezall Store.of^thls town was well attended and .money moved freely. It was a decided |$bicoess. On SvraMa/jjHt^rnoou ofrlast; week the Ladle** Afrf-irst. Augpslln's held a Pan.lry 9ale tot tbe Rest. Room and a)�a' Bi^rved' a liucb. TJbe president, Mrs. RtishwortUlM weU.aiifthe other jaembers of the^Aid must feel well pleased, as they 'tiade over $40., Lately thert hftve been some accidents In town thi-ough boys carelessly handling flre-armii. While these acci-d^ntb have not been serious^ yet it seems that the authorities should take action and not permit boys "to ckrry gunSi unless they are attended ' by some adult capable of looking after them. Sunday was Mother's Day and at the United Church the Rev. V. M. Gllbei;t gave a very interesting tallc bearliig on that subject. Mr. 8. Y. Hurst took his position as organist on Sunday, May llth, tor the first time here and bis playing was greatly appreciated.  Be sure to keep the 19th of May in reserve for the lecture anjl supper in tbe I. O. O. F. hall under the auspices of the United Church. Tbe Rev.' R. L. McTavish will give his popular lecture, "Modern Chivalry or a Knight of the TwentletljVCentury." Be aure to attend.\May 19th. ' A week from Saturday, May 24tb, is Bow Island's big day. Qne ot the great features will be the large number of Boy Scodtsjir attendance. It ill expejiteil that.aboiit 600 Boy Scouta will conic by. speclaJI^ train from Medicine HtLt' arid nearwridiitrlot. MIs!iPentlaha-,'**ja!Sl�pnton- arrived here on Saturdttj'X'^phiBvJiaB chafge of tlve 8^1* school.,, v MUrn Mlague left for her home last Friday and was accompanied as far, aa >|edicine Hat by-ti^r sister, Mrs. dstrnin. Mr. Ostrnih,inotored.to the Hat ^ Sunday. , A sipter of Dr. M\)nro arrived on the early train Sunday morning. On Monday ght^ccompanled Dr,^unro to Calgary wBpre ho went tobe treated for blood poisoning. The d.pictor is reported today to be improvl&p. Mrs: Stone;"Mt,5and Mrs. Hurlbert and Mrs. Hall mo|^j^d to Medicine Hat on Saturday, i!^--"-.J .. Mr. and Mrs. Ait;M^V4,i;ts motored to Me^clne Hat oit'^iinday' morning tp meet a niece^ -Miss Jiid\>re frpm Toronto, w ' Mr. Whitehead spent Sun^y at his home in the Hat, returning Monday, tnoritipg but was called back Monday evening because of Idie illness pt hl^ wife..; ' . � other visitors to Sledlelne.. Hat on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. ^^Wllfred Henderspn and Miss T. Schonert. . MR^^ydal ot I > FERENCE '> � - �  Tbe Gracing Lease Commis- 4>  slon visited Lethbridge on  ference was beta at the 0, W.  V. A. club rooms. A number �  ol Interesting aubjects were dis- ^  cussed. ;   Among tiie tt^nibers of the   Commlsfion weret Dean  4> Rutherford, chairman; Mr. T. 4> meat Board, and Mr. Oorean.  with the oomniMkm but is not a metnber. 6c' Welsh's Grap^lade ^hd Pure Grape Jam- Prtces ....................,,2�e; SOc and 67c J NEW SEASON'S MAPLE SYRUP Berry's Pur^ and Unadulterated Syrup; eadal to all aifd surpassed by none; 'pint bot. .49c Quart bottles . .>..........88c Quart tins ........J................-85o V4 gallon tins..............�1.70 Pbone us your requirements. We carry the most, cpmplete stock of.8ltt|4!?i|| and Fancy GroceHes in the city. ^ ' - C Puffed Blee; per package 18c Buckwheat Hotiey In the comb; broken combe but full welgbit; special................26c Ctirnatlbn Wheat Flakes; per package ......Wo;, Streets ^^Ipj-lda Grape Fruit Juice; oontgisilf nothing but fruit; unfermented unadultiar' ; ' i jited iUlee ot the fruit;/pint b�ftle� . iSOe Fruit ijitkei pfer pound ......,..   t.'.Spc i>iltch Rusks;,Iper. package..........\,, ,g4e . Blue Blbbdh Tea; per ^und' Via Coffee,' Malko;i3 pound ^ackages.^ean w j \ fresh grpund .......,.^..S1.10' Coffee; Malkin's Best ,.-�4C; . tea; Keiar's Special; per,pound,..............gOc Self-Rising Buckwheat'Flour; per package. .?2c43c iDevll�a Hain; Underwood's Original; tin...,880 sweet Mustard Pickles (Heinz); per plnt..v3Bc Chill S^uce;; Doijbalco; large'size ----....40c Corn Flakes; KMlogg's Dominion; 2 pkg8....28c r '......;,f06l i {CERR & ill. 206 ;