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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK uca'iinmnr.E OMI.Y nmui.n PACK 1.1 .1 Anthony ormeriy ot Taberl rc.idciicn c.ty Miss ihe euesl ot Mrs. vlille in the city. f Mr. and Mrs- 0 1.-H the city tas11 deuce In Maeleou. 'XI .At gradua-itm-eieiplics of the sen- w.v-v hcsjirial. B.i... m A. Campbell of. Winnies May. 15th. Ml" Wleeu o. L.u- C! Olsndci I- Vollard have ku up their resi- I-' T Warren, who has been wllh hcr Kar, was awarded .Thomson Clmmpiou surgery. Mr j n Heuler returned today lo Victoria, H.C., ader a week's iWs's 'visit I" Prince ot Wales ms.le fW speech in W'Bland to vice-president, and Mv K. H. Laiketi- liaucr for tbe coin- nil year. The ground! for and croquet are in line shape ano some high scores may fipecteJ comlnc season. 'y CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -J if Department of Labor Grants Application, City Will Name Member A deputation consldiiiR of Messrs. Marsh and Gardiner, on Shrapnel A Saturday Column of Inter- est to The Great Veterans Brings Rainfall This Month Up To .88 Crops Rapid Growth imongtt tha weekly acllvliies o! local veterans ot the Great War v.-ss meeting on Monday. May 1'ith. t eel delegates to altend the Homln- u fonvenlion In Vancouver. At tills routing iliero were about lo1) mem- bers ot Ihe local organltatlon presenl., fhovrer on Friday msni. and Comrades I.ougworth and 1'almer were delegated to go '.o the coast Members present were for Ihe must part silent anil did not take Dirt ,-ain have fallen, which, laken wltlt f..e precipitation ot lilt- preceding inontbi of the year places'southern All'trla in the position of having had an average amount ot rainfall t') date. All reports are that crops in south- ern arc making rapi'l head- way. Tall wheat in the Cardstoil dis- trict and winter lye throughout Ihe snuili are showing H> to 15 Inches I above iht Rround. Conductor Sam lours luo.lgiii in in Herald otfito ihe o-.her day a sample of winter '.wViesT'fronrthe Ills re lield cf .Southern Alberta registered aooUfrj Mcsivi SU-ddard and l.ea- _. on the Wood Reserve, r.ear ot rain lell. The shower lasted j carfls.on. h S ahou, tour hours, two hour, of which hi ._____ ttr.rnl came 1 lie Marsh and Gardiner, an Jiarl silent anil not take part n Iro hair ot the civic employees. waited on lUo that is expected at these commissioners on Friday with the While this modesty may be :___ request that lucy riiouV] join with iuc regarded as commendable, the volc-inK, amilu-alion lor a Do- nr iiinlr nntnioas and the entering into fairly heavy, from Iho norlheasi. Altogether this mouth is uniform and with The Girls' Aui'llary has now been Cfirls" Chapter ol tne foVmed into 1.0.D.K. Will it-hauler altend'a special meeting n ,-ned 'ta all members of lliis of their opinions and Ihe entering into the dUcusiions In llie spirit, if live Interest would be appreciated. I hcse i meetings are for the purpose o! hear- eo Ihe emplovees would agree to abide inE views from all sides, aud members in. [auin, jrc cordially asked not to be ufraid, to speak UP and not be bashlul. employees lu the application for a Do- minion arbitration board lo settle the present wage dispute. The cuonnis- loners were willing to Jo lliis provld- Ion I -Colonel" 0- Mclnlyre. and the Mlii U.-Colonel H. ToWn. 600IAU EVENTS Mrs. Itoy Snulhe.'green who has bceu the suestof Jim. lien M Fuller, returns to her home In Low ItlHiul Sunday evening. Private W. 1.. Shirley llh Field Ambulance. Corps, who enlisted hero ill 151-1, arrived home wilu wife, from overseas yesterday. j... -I Ilev. Dafoe. ot Ihe liat.list Church, went to Cranbrook frlem vcsUTday to tike tliargo ol Sunday. unices Iherc. Rev. Uafoo will spend yesterday, week io Ihe Pass. C'U Hie euipjy.'tcj MUU.U -n... hy'lhe decision of llie boirJ. To this the delegation replied that tin: em- ployees would not bind themselves to such an undertaKing- Ait H result the comnmsiotieni o'clock. All nieraliers of the Big Sister class of Knos church are especially requested to be. present at iheir scr- vices tomorrow. A big picnic will be held in July in iL is hotied the neit-of-Vin will' a. iv-au.i. i wnun 11. not acl iointh- with tho civic uuion in ]Oin the veterans In making the ua> a Ihe request for an arbllraticm board, pleasant one. which cannot bs acconi- pushed' without their presence, t ur- ther particulars of ihls will bo an-1 Ie reques but havo no objection to the employ ecu a'pplyiliB for lue 5arae llielr own behalf. If a board is crante.4 the commissioners will name repre- sentatives on the board. Miss Campbell ot Winnipeg, travel- J. II. Caldsvell and daughter Bertha Kinily lioullon acting as host esses. About twenty couples nuni'ocr otlltns sefretary for i fniovaUle I wo I W Im Zenana ;ak in the lo Vne MagraUi Hod Cross. Said ac- r.iado io the Secretary of llie Viclory esses. Aout we present and the. event proved one of I "II I'llUweil MUU uuvjb'.i.. prescut M. 1 IrnnV who'have been 'Ihe Kuests ot.n.e most popular-ever given-by the li J Cooper for tho pnst monlh. The spacious rooms were JrV Monday to their home for and music In KingBgate, B.C. provided by the al ihe Miss Csrnpbcll, who has been missionary herhelt in that work, gave a very interesting address last year in Ihe United clrarch. A meeting of the executive the Local Council of Women will be held M Edwin E. Code and Miss Car- man left tor New York, where they v.'iil spend a few days, witli roer'5 sister. Mifs Francta nurse .In-training" at Kt. he for- Virtue. Ilos iiilal attef which they will go to Atlantic Oliawa Journal. Gunner Earl Morris, of llie Batlery. is now' visiling tu Collins- wood.'oot-' with his brother, Harry Morris Gunner Morris .will visit friends intGrand Rapids. Mtch.., and before his liomc In city. nruviucu -9 interspersed with numbers on Vicirola. At tiio midnight hour dainty rclrcsbrocntn were served and tho dancing continued tor anoinor hour. The class iwish to thank Mn. llolilion liv'arllly for ihe Inv.tal.on lo her home, for the-leraoii punch served .-.tid the altogether dclicblful evening. The Over-all" Club of. the Kelger FarmioE Co. held llteir' third annual election of oificcr.i on Thursuay cveiliiig at eight- o'clock in the c nlcnlnr it 1255 4lh Avciiue South, on Tuesda the] the 29lh, at S 11.111. lid time, thirty days. Carried." This resolution was embodied In a lelter daled Feb. Mth, and sent io the Magralu Red Cross Society, and il was aftc-rwards discussed by the writer and others of our committee person- The members of Dominion ircueicati men cenaiui, lodge No 41 arc requested to meet lion and to whom tho interest was to at the I OOF. hall on Sunday even- he paid. And why they should have ,L ,r.r imhllshed a Statement tnat "the Mcn- ami, on ,nlly with Mr. Bcimion, chairman of Important bus'- the Magrath Victory and Olr. ;Bradshaw, p---------- Moiiratll Ited Cross Society. These. The members of Dominion nounced. A public meeting Is being arranged for at which Comrade Walstell, 1st vice-president ot tl.e provincial com- j maud will be asked lo speak m re- gard to the 52.0QU bonus scheme. This should lie looked forward tu with in- tcrest by ?ll concerned. There were some UECful suggestions made to the Graiing Lease Commis- sion, when it was on a visit here, in the matter of the Soldier Settlement Scheme. There was an enjoyable two- hour talk, and amongst those who en- tered keenly into the suggestions made was Brijailier General Stewart. ing at 9 o'cloc On Saturday next week there will lall on Sunday cvcn-ine paw. Ana nu> be a smoker at the club when tt pres for practise. -published a katement tnat "the Men- j clltalion vdll be made to Comrade 3 1 noniles have noi, did not. and appar-1 p who acted as iirst secretarj A Large Piano in a Small Case', Apartment Upright 315 6th St. S. Phpne will not. subscribe a single of the-vcterans' asEOciation. thins, remains for them lo in i lo these misrepresented and 1 Thc jollowing from overseas return misunderstood people. ea during Hie week ending May 17lh Tho gift to the. Reo Cross Socielj -ruUoch. ICth Battalion; J. b amounted to 5550.00 a year or {275000 CommucicaOoris under tbli heading must bear tie lisualurei ot ton vritori. .1 HAS A GRIEVANCE'. Kditor You have iiBver name in ycur paper bul-.on Ihe principle of- ,yon distributing the funds, owing to the fact that the p'residtni of our Keu Cross was Dennion was ad- vised early in Aprjl by telephone the. ,cause of u., 1 y ours j truly, iJ. w; EVANS. Sec. Raymond V. Asjhrift'and See It IF you look at Holeproof llitougli llie eye of you will admire its smooth fitting si Iky sheen and beauty. If you look through the eye or Thrift you will a .aving or many pairs of ho.e per year. And throughtheeycsof the tired womin you will see recreation instead of hours of mending. Finer m.teri.1. tk" ni.Je oi you cot set in hwicry. 1 Meat, SSc and up f Womtn'l, 7Sc and up __ AiV for ih genuine Holeproof Hgiiery when you co to buy it. rnBALT TOWN 'ALMOST TO OUT BY FIRE ont Slav IT -With the elusive of adjustment under CO.AllT'O' 'sbv- secial arrangements JSO DOMINION WAR REPAYMENTS LONDON May Asso- ciated chancellor of tbe eictieQiier; stated thai (tie total re- ceived from the dominions tor the re- payment o( loans is most- ly "in respect of interest of the allies, these figures being ex- yffigt i u" 'r Ol lln llie-I UL office Todd's bv- special arrangements JSO.OOO.OOO Crown Timber W5s set off between Ihe: Imperial and block ?n South For-1 Canadian three sides- by Editor, you .......E ina" I war eipemlitnre at. bridge-street: ear, capUalited cost of war pensions o, JtfSSSfiXi 1 at 1st Ave. to ISlh St. Stand on the corn er and you will see or kite like enclosure. This .enclosure has prncp, im asking for space iu ;yjur on the North like encosure. s been used as a pound_ for stray cattle. and horses (or aboUt'niiie years. Often Ills near full. Sometimes, .almost empty. There1 lias been lo. my know-j ttrreB.'loadE-.Qf- "manure taken from that .ulace 'during the; rtoye-jnerir, Uoned ;you can -the 'nla'co'cntorlng Ihe doors and. windows i-auiiio fitlcc" hoineSi some p[ thero 61 three hundred If that was all Mr. "their long sufferiitj ttifude.'bul during Iho lasv-year; atft a half orni horse, cow and oiio mare, lias died under tho mSsl disgust. tig" circumstances with tho ".children coking on and asking tiuestions abou ;hc waller. think Mr. Editor thai suclra.lic- sliould lie removed from Hie homes of the people' who have gone to tronblo and expense ot building In this part of Ihe city.. thanking you for apace, Mr.'Editor. :1 remain, yours, trulj', A. ROSE.- ISlli enjoys a perfect cijpof desli- ciotis, satisfy ing-7-will find aft added pleasure in a cup of fehase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. lEtT 60UTM, UETHBRIDOE, ALTA HARrtY ALEXANDER, DISTRICT PHOfJE THE MENtllONITES AND THE HED CROSS Raymond, Alla'.i Jlay H, IMS- 1'diloY neraldtir-lteterrlng to the lei er of the JlasrathjV.. In insl, 1 woill. like yoli to publish the. following facts in ortlbr lliaKlhe public may lithe irulh In rcsaril lo what the Il nonilcs ot dislrict did really d 1 in reniecl lo the last Victory Loan an lied Cross Society: Tho'e Ihrougli tlie Ing Land Co.. subscribed i Ive yenr Viclory Tlonils. The. iulerest on these bonds by the I onlcr to the Canadian Hank of Com mercc. made payable lo the. lla mond lltil Cross, The application for Uiese. bonds w iirst sent lo the Magi-illi VI C, o llie refused lo accept It mil II Ilien t to and icccntcd by the 119 moml V I C llowiter sin" thr -on of the four Mom omte cotonl whose wb criplion ihis rc'fntefl tscre In Ihe Mngralh D (rid bur Committee met Hb 'S nnd pa'sexl Ihe Moftd V II s ecorded 11 CoslKy that Xe r6lino.h ih our :ghl jn llireo lonrthfi "t tlm interes .aiible. to tiio nctl from Filling (o In mis If from Mcnnonite Bonfls, In favor of the M- ticrl provldins Mngrath lied Cross' accepts antl acknowledges within thirty days, this 03 n. satisfact- ory dturlbullon of inleresl nccru- Ine from Iho bi. tf.'ISfi'rtrol.iUonlic-sifaT al oncd Sat. Nigh Come to Rylanids if bargains you will be interested m the New Dresses Silk that have -just been placed in stock. Ladies' Collon full anil coin" fitting. Best. Saturday N7lghl FLANNELEnE BLANKETS In 1 and J pound tins. Whole-Gronnd-Pulveriad- also fine ground for Perci'lJtors. Never sold in bulk. CHASE MONTREAL. Saturday Nlglit Special LADIES' VESTS wear. These arc values Saturday Night Special lor kitchen use. Salurday Night Special PILLOW corrb.N CatelH'a Macaroni not only satisfies, builds muscle andbonf It's nutt CUM for hungry family Sold everywhere book "Tho Olrl con 100 drilclous staple M The'C. H, Catefli Co. Lti MONTREAL 40'inch Pillow Cotton in Bood --wearing duality, .ami thai is inosl This Is a circular cotton and is wo, regular way at least Me per Saturilay Night Special FROM LITTLE OLD NEW YORK THM6 are thb lultst .Wens and you will find n solccllon] ol and, aniline tlylcs'ij cfilors iro amber, WUB, green and victory ;