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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919 THE LETHBIUDGE PAGE ELEVEN PERSONAL Oftji In tlie Rpyal yigtpfli^, It lias auxillarie� In ScotlantI, Ire-MoiiU-ettl, by Dr. Oarrow for �i-ji)cnitl- lanii, Canada and AiisTralaaia. ilUa. 1I ? : > � The Tlilstle Sewing Circle �will mept with .MnvA. Wiltron. GOS 12tli St. .\. N., on VVednfisday wftornooa. �*  w A meeting of llTe pxeciitlve of the Local Council of Women will bo held at. 11:65 nh Ave. 3, on Tuesday, the iiOth, at 8 p.m. Important bua'.nes/f.    L The Bible class -wrttich ti�iiaUy meets .MiR. Kred Ilo^ne met w-'th a painful acrldent Sunday when her right arm v.SR riilitei, ,severely injured. Mrs. Horii� Is. at^thc.Jixune. of. her .rtbther. Mr.s. Fi'Wv-OwJ^ner..... �.Mr. Jp)'Ai l^t)JbraDlE, mufiager of 'the Mcrcliajil* BbiUt. at. KfllSTn, A+berta, tornierly ot the Merchants Bank st?ktf here,, la. in the city for a few days, the gu6'3t of Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Simp-ion. The many friends and oid-tiiiiers of I.,ethtrid8e wUi be sorry to hear that ^Irs. M, Mc^ftyj' widow ol tjie late Spurgeon Mcife�y,'la at pre8en^ln Vancouver UoFpltal .suffering from tuber-culosl.s, . JMrs." McKay and family left ].�tlibridge about a year ago tor the coast. 1 ;..*.. . , , ---- ---------- ----- XortSian lU^lnbotJi^, soil �I Mr. ,T.! ^^i^}'^ )). fliglnbOtham. who has just completed his tirst year in Ans In'.UcGSIl University," was operated on yester- in Kiiox basempntjtf^ \VedB�a 9;^Ia*.�:I�i8* MJ meet at 'the Ijbmrf of'Mtti. Shaw, 'SIO 20th St. N., on Weanesday afternoou at 3 o'clock.    ' Member.'! ot -Mapls.Lenf Chapter, No. 7, O. K. S., are inyttod t/o visrt thr Coaldale Chapter cin iiilonda; evening. May 26, when the grand matron will malte her offlda'L' visit. Thiofe wishing . to go, pieasd phone V. S, Williamson not iatfer-tban ^fk-'iday, and arrangement for oars will b.^ made. The Hnnual luncheon of rey St., Strand. London, VV.C.' There ar� Canadian liosiJltials at .Nfasik, Powna and .Taun Pur. and (IIh-pstisaries throughout the country. At one time Lothbridge, under the leader-Bhlp ot Mrs. Perry, then of Wesley manse, maintained a boapital bed iit Nasik. Under the Zanana mission ii. takea $50 to maintain a hoapital bed for obe year, JBO tor a nurs�, $.'iO per year for a teaoher, $50 a year.tor a Bible -woniau, and |40 and |2.5 per year to keep a native girl in school for one year. This mission ts doiuK a great worK, pot only in relief work OiliYe, but also in cementing tlie bonds of tbe empire. An appeal soes out lo ChrlBtlan people of today to come to India's help at this lime, when famine, Influenza aad starvat'on are tearing at her very he�rt. Any a�sist-ance that can bo sent would be great ly appreciatod, and donatJons or inquiries should be addresH-ed to Miss vM. A. Campbell, 252 Kennedy St., Winnipeg. A special appeal to Canadians lo assist in the erection of an Indian War Memorial Hospital is being sent out and will appear In these columns of -a later Issue. lj|[iiia$or .S. WASHINGTON, May 20.-Representative Mondell, of Wyomlna. Republican leadar,.announced in the 'h'ouse today that the resolution proposl>io aubmUsion of an equal ^^uffrage  constitutional �men((Fi]e.ntJ^�(i|d be called up tomorrow fof V.)ff*���ne.! His announcement Viollowfd a favorable' report on tho TMolution of ReJ)re-lentatWe MaKh, of Illinois, by the house suffrage comnrtittee. Mathe-, .-,^y ball, ^Vod�^esday, 'May 2l�t, -jlijAtdly at 12.30. 11 is hoped, th^l,:^fmany as; possible will arrange to �sit|Ly'3tor the, business -meeting imMedime!^-following the luncheon, when 'eHfeif^on of ofticers will lake^ place. > � 4> �  ***** * ? *i#** ? * '-'I.-'  � '-�>'':' INDIA MlMRilM WOlt^ � � ; � � �^rhe Zanana Mlssdim-flt lod*: Makes LAMOP CO. BUYS ANOTHER BIG FARM The Lathrop T^nd Co. has recently aoqulretl the John Slaby fsrin of '640 acres lying south ot Grassy Lake, eight miles east and two miles south of the big farm formerly operated by Mr. Lathrop. This place has a tine farm home. Is all fenced and has one of the best flowing wells In the district. It ir- all under cultivation and Iti crop this year. In acquiring tji'is place it was 3fr. Luthrop's object to consolidJate with other holdings, making all into one large farm which will be one of the .ihow places ot the south country. The Slaby farm has already been taken over as a gping concern. The price is well up in the'five figures.- In-fa* India iatloiakl 'r .;was e itft^bady aHiobis, up 3 wide scope in BiblicaV'-medica] evangelical Work, founded 60 years Kinnaird. Todayt with 3,538 BcUolai It has' wotiiei lients, l.;7^,5; oul dispensartes .5(79.4 It hai'' phans, Klrls'tod ;i It has homes i^T yiii^^j^',,  It visits nearly 5,5'00:; 600 villages. : ^-^jj' : It Is Inter-denoMUmtl^nillVJi-' . It co-operates 'in work ambng lepers. lst,**^^Ih-pa .24jlS9, and-lances). tlons.fbr or- and THREE BOATS WITH 6,000 IN SAII; Caronia, Bohemian and Gramp Ian AU on Way With Canuck Soldiers LONDOK, May 20.-(Canadian Aaso-j elated Press)-Gerald R;mburj', who i has sailed for home. lia� hold with considerable the position ot officer commanding the Canadian section at general headquarters. He was formerly commander of the fifth brigade. He will, on his return to Canada, assume the position of a Judge in the ] supreme court of Saskatchewan. The Caronia, which sailed last Wednesday for Halifax, carries the 18th, 19th, 20th and 21.H battalions with Qen. Rennle and staff, a total ot 165 officers and 3,666 other ranks. The Bohemian has sailed tor Quebec with 19 officers and 1,631 men from Klnmel Camp. ' The Grampian, alslo for Quebec, carries 26 officers; three nurses, 41 warrant otficers, 252 men from Buxton, I 632 wives, 171 children and 43 babies. ( DECLARES HENRY FORD'S GENERAL STRIKE IN AlERSi; N.S. Amherst, n.s.. May znj�n. are idle. ' ' ' 1 3IG lood For Children serves a double purpose Growth miist be provided for, as well as replacement of daily wear and tear.' At this vital time of the ohildS; life parents should consider -a real building food th^it ibons tracts and maintains. I Famous Suit ^ of Automobile i Maglnate Ai^nst Chicago Daily Tribune iMOUNT CLEiMONS. Mich., May 19. -^Concluding his -^-opening statement to the jury in theWenry 'Ford-Chfcago Tribune libel, suit "*today, W. R. Klrk-laAd, counsel for the 'Tribune, said: "This suit Is not one of money; It Is a moral question. It is a question ibetween the Tribune, which has always stood tor America first and last and always, and Henry Kord, who has branded our soldiers as murderers, apd' has said that the American flag ought to come down. The Ameri-caiilsm of tlie Chicago Tribune is not on trial, but the Americanism of Henry Ford is." ^udge Tucker dismissed the jury | till tolnorrow afternoon, as the ses-BioQ. was to be' devoted to legal argi> | ments on scope of evidence. ^ tjS' ' . . I H�ll I l�l I , I = ? NOTICE TO AMERICANS * 9 The X. S. treasury department, through the department ot state, calls attention to the fact that certain American citizens In Alberts have, either through ignorance or otherwise, failed to submit their income tax return for 1918, and that, such failure will .subject the deMnquents to heavy fines and peuftlties. The American consulate desires to direct again the Importance of this due qbsfervance ot the Revenue Act by American clti-aens residing In Canada. This lax imposed by the Revenue Act of 1918 ' upon tlibir net income "'He regardless ?^ of th�' fact that part or all ot it was derived from sources in Canada. Some Americans have been erroneously In- formed that under the new Revenue Act American cUizens In Catiada are e'xempt. The new law allows a deduction from the^amount of tax due the United States, the amount paid or owing to the government ot Canada. Tax returns for all citisens coming within the provisions ot the new Jii�w,tuu8t be rendered just aa imder the iqfl law to Jhe treasury department. i,!:?rh'e esemptipB Is, $1000 for a sl^ and *^?J!'�5>B�ulate it C^lJgaiT. Further delay'Is liable to bir^ the delinquent within the pro-\4sIons of tho penally clause. O. B. EDGBTT. American � Consular'Ageut. BOLSHEVIK* ^HI^P'ULSED , "W'ARSAW, May 20;-On the Uthu-anlan front Uie BolsbeviVI lauupbed strong attacks against Podbrodsie, northeast ot Vilna, but we're repulsed with heavy Moss. Polish advante guards have reached Boltiki. Germah trench ihortars and - artillery were used to bombard Polish positions at Tnrkow and Pombl-owka. There has baeu shanp rifle fi;-lng on several other set ors of this front.  eIp 'em|a^ WuVen IRS OTTAWA, 01�y t'O,-There is jip' further need ^ fpr, carrying * regiaUaMohjiiiw^t' wa'.cli were � '^ffY^ Mil�l^^4^tjS^L6a~ ^^^^ ecial: each .........................' *}�t91 12 pairs CRIR BCANKBSTS in Jieavy flannelette with pink or blue borders, 40x31; 07JE 313 PHOfiE 313 . THE STORE FOR SERVICE STORE OPEN. FKIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOCK - CLOSED ON SATURDAY, MAY 24tH [^(ihpljiidsonls Bay Uompniuj 13760783 ;