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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1018 LTCTJIriniDOtfi DAILY PAGE SEVEN IE ILL IN FESTIVAL Took frine Firsts and Five Sec cCotn mended To take nine prizes and five iti tho recent musical fes at Calgary good festival for vv no This city took tho majority in Tho first prizes gained were mulo Method ist ladles chonift and ladles KMOX church hoy girl jun ior aenlor soprano and baritone In ad dition to this Johnson came with in one point of again winning the Htulchbury cup for Kuox was handicapped htf the illnesfi of on Vlctorii Johnson In festival Miss Mela Miss Phyllis Sum and Kllner of Leth all came second in their class for solo singing and tho first three being only one mark behind the winner for solo and Kil ner two Thoro were several competitors In each All four were pupils of who also came a very close second in the Stutchbury Cup competition for gold j losing by only one The Judge in his remarks said this was a very Imrd competition to and high y commended on the i rendering of her two numbers There were seven competitors in this com1 three of them being previous McLean of Kdmon tho winner thla Turner of Edmonton and COULD NOT S10P THEHEMttS Until Stie Tried Frullatltes From Fruit Juices 112 Comrw I feel I must tell you of the groat benefit I have received from your wonderful I have been a MifTernr for many years from Violent and could got no permanent A friond advlsnd me to take Fruit llUves and T dwl so with great success and now lam entirely free of thanks to your splendid ALEXANDER n 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent on receipt of by Fruitativeg Transacts Husinesa in Record Sold For quite the thing at tho city hall ihoso This morning a letter pre sented to tho council from the staff of the city asscHsor asking tor an in crease commensurate with tho in cieased cost of Kohert city also wrote thi council asking fur a salary in Wants Duffs A loiter was also read from Sy applying for the position of city clerk In the event Donald Duff re as thoro is some talk will resign and run for the vacancy shortly to he created in the public works Want More Time Sidul j Applies For Clerks Job Lothbriclge city firemen will he granted nn increase of ten per In Tho mayor tohl a deputa tion consisting of Captain Short anil Alford and Pankhurst repre senting tlie firemen that they would grant ton per hut not the fif teen asked for hy tho fire The deputation was asked to prepare a schedule showing how thuy wanted the ten per increase to The matter rotary leave was also referred back to tho deputation to confer with Chief Hardy before ar riving at a Fireman Alford introducing tho matter said that the present rptary leave is very small compared with Calgarys one day in Short said it was ridicu The men are given nine hours off every six and then we arc like prisoners on What Would They Do What would do with the Sf we did let you off more asked tho The men replied that that quesilon nt troubling H Is under stood the men satisfied if are given from eight till 12 midnight every six The mayor declared if they could vjre that ooiifostion t would bo but it must not entail tho engaging of more men for tho depart Tho city will not do At present there are just enough men in the department to meet the under writers More Increases Petitions for salary increases are As several members have sug gested that the business people of the city should go on record as to the present police protection this matter be discussed at the general meeting of the Board of Tracli on Tuesday There are several other matters of im portance to come before the meet ing and a large attendance is ex The city council look i this morning uml transacted the business before it In oldtime At thn regular session started ami at oclock the motion to adjourn hail been City Solicitor Ball acted as city dorkIn the absence of Duff who is still A letter read from the Caimdn Starch accepting the citys offer Lo sell two boilers for and an Inspector is leav ing Montreal tonight to inspect the A letter was received from A city clerk of con talning a resolution advocating the abolition of the senate was The council filed the though Mayo Hardle declared hinmelf In favor o the principle net forth It was decided pn motion of mlsaloner Grace that the lalt Park employees should be paid 40 cents ai that the boulevard men shouli be paid the eamo and that three pave nient sweepers should ho paid SK cents an A letter was received from the stating that the two chapters had agreed to the councils sugges tion that they hold joint tag days during the stampede and that the re ceipts he divided evenly Retires From Hospital Agnew wrote resigning from the Gait Hospital hoard owing to pressure of her own The resignation was accepted with regret and Hugh Macbeth was appointed to act during the unexpireU portion of Miss Agnews The council released the erecting engineer of the filter There yet one an electrical to The Roberts Filter has agreed to pay the cost Installation by the and to take the Heath is leaving imme diately for NOBLEFORD LADIES IE A PLAY n some of the moot 3UIMO through with flyint Noble represented Mrs charily and ler representation pan very as Swnilea In the elianxier of Mrs and m all filled Uieir parts to Mlns as gave n good interpretation and ng gave great plensur in the aud Mlas Gilbert filled of Miranda Moek In a verv meek way and caused great laugher when she got her procratinatlng Iovr Into the parsons Miss us Miss not n bit behind the rest of the ladles In doing to make the plfty The lemon who took part were K Swaiie and and all Of did so well that II Is Impossible to out any of them for special The im promptu concert at tinehiM wan al so very good and all enjoyed the particularly of of chonan was the The proceeds amounted lo pan nt which is to he devoted to lied We had a visit Tn from the Duncan Marshall who after tooklng our little paid a brief visit to the He was accompanied by For Red The Knights of Noblo Incorporated with the Red Cross committee of and dis have decided to imid an auc tion sale at or near the of Hall on the 7th of at 7 to be by a con cert and in the The whole of tho proceeds to lie to the Ited The wore choaen us with power to add Town Committee Mr and Noble and Harris Vlilto Lake Uil of United church was one pastor In Lethbridgo to com United Farmers Sunday He spoke in tho evening on tho and his whole sermon was an exaltation of the farming in i He commended the aims of j tho incidentally saying that I he had known President Wood for years ami ho was a big man in every i Hodgius dwelt extensively I on the problem of cooperation be tweeu farm and chiefly in the way of regulating condit 1 ions by control and regulation of j He urgently supported the buyathome He advocated a rest room for farmers in North Many Witness its Work For Red Farewell From Our Own ConispoiulenO May ladies here are to be congratulated upon the success of their first effort In entertaining the The P hall was crowded to capacity las Friday evening when the members o the institute put on the charade The Ministers Tin which had taken a considernbli time to get was most enjoyahl and great credit Is due to all wh took part and a good amount lal out talent was also discovered whic will no doubt be utilized in the fu Filling the principal parts as th ninlster and his Kilpatric ind Smith gave a most faithfi hterpretation of the mode of fifty vears At no time were they to je found fault with and Smllth Officers Wanted tor the Canadian Naval Service age 23 to must hold mateit Pay per Chief Artificer age 2550 must hold lit Class of Trade Cer tificate or Canadian Pay per Artificer 2nd Claii of Trade or Ca nadian Fay per Clothing allowance on Sepa ration per month under usual Petty Officers and Men The service also requires Engine Room Artificers with age pay to pay lo Cooki and Free free usual Qualified men give good service to the Country during the War by joining the Canadian Nuval Apply fo 18 Commanding Officer RAINBOW Naval Recruiting Industrial Bureau MAIN WINNIPEG 0r Naval Recruiting Secretary 279 Wellington Ottawa COHONUY It has been decided to hold a Secretaries Convention this year at two at Edmonton and Calgury on the following dates Cal Tuesday und July 2nd and 3rd Tuesday and July 9th and The convention Is designed especially for the discussion of the problems which affect local secretaries in their seeing that the annual convention ctfor suoh Parker and Cox Isaacs and Hominy Cnw Thompson and Hyden Program Committee Swnllcs ind Todd Advertising Com mittee Miss Miigee and Crimp Some of the committees have nl reported the following gift Several hens and In i sack of nm top 1 clock and several other A good party of our lodge of the went over to Clarnsholm today in order to start a new We umlerHlaml that there are 24 mem bers who are to be the foundation of lodge and who were prepared to ride giddy goat or whatever it Is they so that they benefit In all Hie rights and privileges that appertain to1 the A parly of our young people motor ed to Calgary oji Thursday afternoon for the Miss from arrived here last Monday to take up a position in the Noble Foundation A evening there was present al the church a good company to say farewell to Kenneth Hunt who has joined the 78th The Lesle presided and In the course of a short address stated how sorry we wero to lose Kenneth and yet wo were glad to see him respond to thn call of king and Ho then presented Kenneth with a wrist fountain pen and money hell which had boon subscribed for by his friends in the The reeve of the also spoke a few words in appreciation of Hunts bight refreshments were then served by the of the Calgary Can was ft business visitor here on Wednesday and was very much struck with the appearance of the So far we have not been favored with much moisture hut the crops rue nil looking Kven If we have no rain till I he prospects for a good crop of we I could do with a good All thn is now In and also the greater of th there n small amount of green cd still lo put TABER CASE IN The firsl of the Jury In the present Supreinn Court civil sittings was opened thin morning before Justice The casf was Tolton a suit for damagps aris ing of an automobile collision In front of the King George Hotel at May There were Iwt hundred and fortyfive casualties In the lift issued loday Seventyone were men or officer ol whom Inn were killed in OIIH eight presumed to have four ill and twentysix six seriously eight wounded returned to The following are the Southern Al Wounded C Nanton Taber some time ago in which Tolton was The jury in tlm case Is composed of Harry George Smith and Harper Prowse and McOlli vary and McKeiuiie Menzle an the solicitors in the LUMBER DIRECT FROM OUR MILLS AT WHOLESALE MILL PRICES You cannot afford to build until you get our prices delivered at your station on lumber in car and a full line of building supplies sold direct to consumers at mill Club orders invoiced Send us your bill of material required and let us give you our estim ate of cost delivered at your Auction Sale of WADDINGTONS AUCTION ROOMS May 28 AT BftOOKS LUMBER PURPLE ALBERTA FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AS A QUANTITY OF LINEN WITNEY BLANKETS large bed mints comforters feather pillows linen table centres and covers linen table cloths table napkins face towels pair very fine chenille portieres lace curtains also two pairs of fine etch ings and a number of The auctioneer culls special attention to this sale the quality of the linen being Al and the blankets genuine Witney and full English TERMS CASH AUCTIONEERS PHONE8 WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT t Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing us ahead in the garage We employ only first class with years of exper ience on all makes of who with our guarantee of satisfaction assure you of perfect Drop in and look over our stock of before the price Dunlop and Mar in all both fabrics and cords also our complete line of STANDARD GARAGE I SUFFERED SEVEN YEARS Was Eventually Cured by Lydia Pinkhams Vege table Permission for tagging to be done at the granted by the fair hoard at a meeting last weoV to both chapters of At the meeting it was decided to drop tho plan for auto races on July Thorn will be a total of J2350 in prizes for tho four days of the racing at tho thoro being provided a harness race and two running races i for each I it was decided to canvass for sub j Burlptlons for tho stampede among tho business men of the The commercial travellers organi zation offered Us services to help ad vertise the stampede and a commercial travollura day will bo MUST May Routers Ottawa response to various petitions for the liberation of throo members of the Ljttbor party sentenced on May tttl to imprisou mout for fovarnment lias 1 decided to set the muu at liberty on thulr finding nurotlcs fur jjuml bu suffered for long years with a lame irregularities and I had one physician after an other but they did me no I read about Lydia Pinkhama Vege table Compound and gave it a trial and in a short time I felt benefited and am now feeling1 and without weak ness or Many of my friends have also taken Lydia Pinkhams Vege table Compound and been helped by MARGARET 1846 EL Hazzard Women who snffer from displace head aches or the blues not roit until they have given this famous root and herb Lydia Pinkhamn Vegetable a If complications write Lydia Pinkham Medicine for social The result of 1U long experience is at your VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THIRD A NUMBER OF Registered Shorthorn BULLS One and two For Sale at the Rogers Sale Barn TIRE REPAIR STATION PROPRIETOR i 305 SIXTH Third Street South DYGERT We have opened a new and uptodate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire i We would appreciate your All work We make a specialty of Retreading and Lethbridge Tire Repair Station SERVICE THAT SATISFIES IF ONE MAN ONLY CAN SOW AND HARRQW 60 ACRES A DAY WITH A MOLINE TRACTOR IT WORTH WHILE 1QO Coal A REAL PUCE AND FOR SUE 800 two and one half miles from Best of Rolling but steam All 130 acres seeded to Hental basis of to 200 acres in lUlonuIng to 4110 acres No Price und terms are right THE IATHROP IftND LIMITED PHONE 1865 ALBERTA 1H510 w SBM SSSBBI Wanted Steady Work Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge ;