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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAY 27. 1918 nir. r/,:iiinnii3Gi': daily '.^--------------- PAGE SEVEN LEliRlDGE 010 I WELLIUFESML Took Nine Hrsts and Five Seconds-Siugers cConi-mcnded coyio ifli siop To (iik(; ntno first, prlziw iiml fiv(? ^piifontlB 111 tho nu'diil iminlciU festival nl. Calyary wnB l.ntlibriilKc's goiid for-�i tuiio. 'j'lilH c^Ky (fiolc Hit! Jimjorlty In cotilcnis. Thu rii'til prizes isuincd ' Avero nia!(� ifunrtotlo. WtMluy Mi'lUod-Isl; ladlcB' chorus iinrt linUeH' irlu, Knox cluirch; boy 8ulo. i;\vl hoIo, Junior piiino, Benlor pluno, sniiraiio solo, cuntrnlto and biirllorio diint. In lul-(lUloil to (Ills Mrn. .loliiiHon camu willi-lu oiiu point of iKjaIn winning tln^ Stutelibiiry i'lip fur Koid inedalllHts. K'nox was iiandloappfil M tlio lllncsf, of .Mr. lry dose second in lliii atutciibury I'uii conipotitlon for koUI nio.dalll'.UH. losinK by only oiiu niarli. 'I'ln; JudRt! in his roniarkH Maid tlilH was a vory hard competition to decide, and liiKli-)y conimcndod .Mrs. ./ownfioii on ihu rendering of licr two numbers Thcu'e were soveii foinpetilor.s in (Ills eonv lietltlon, three of Ihom heiiiK previous Until SheTrlfid"Fniit.a-tlvos" -Made From Fruit Juices 112 .Sr., Kt. .(on.s, N.]j. "I feel T must tell yon of Iho great bencIlL I have roeeived from your woDilerfnl nicdieiife, 'Kmit-ii-lives'. I linvR ))ecn ii sull'crer for many years from ViiUriil Headaches, and could got no permuneni relief, \ friond advised me to take 'I'ruit-a-tives' and T did so with j^reat sneeess; and now I am entin^ly free of Headaches, thanks lo your splendid nicdieino". MUB. Al.KXANDICU SHAW, .Wc. n box, (i for .$2.")0, trial size '.loc. At; all dealer.s or .sent on reeeipl of ]);i!;e, postpaid, by I''rnil-a-lives Limited, Ottawa. ((Uite the tiling at Iho city hali liuise ilfiys. 'J'Jil.s moiiilnjf a letter pre-senleil to the enim from the Hon. Duneatl ,Mar!-li:;ii uhn after looking aruifid our litlli' Ihtk. iiaid a brief visit to the liMiirh. lie was accoinpanied by .Mi- i .uiylu. For Red Cross. The Knights of Hyiliin. u\ N,l,ie-ford, incorporated wiiii ih" lied Cross committee of .N'obli-.'mil aud district, have decided to an auction sale at or near the uf I'. Ihill on Friday, the 7th of iw.w. MUS', at 7 o'clock, to be follow.mi l)y a concert and ilaiicb in tlif; cvcnii!;,'. The whole of thu proceeds in \w j-ivcii to tlie Red Cross. The coniiniti"'.';; wore cliiwoii as follows, with pmvcr to add: 'I'own Committee: Mr nad .Mrs. Swnilea, Mrs. Xoblc ami Harris; While Lake: .Mrs. Buia--, .'l-s. t.lii- hf-rt, .Mr. Parker and .Mr. .Mulligan: South. Mr. IIet?;el. .Mr. Cox; Kolio, i'. c.eorge, IMr. W. Isaacs and .Mr. I'', Koiuiey; K'asl. .M'.i'ssrs. ToiJd, Caw-dron, Thompson ami Dyden; Program Committee: .Mrs. Harris, Mr. Swalles and .Mr. (j. Todd; Adverlisiiig Committee; ^IIhs Magee and .Mr. Cram-touii. Some of llie corniiiitiecii iiave ;il-ready reported the Kdlowing gift-: Several hens and chickens, Jiri.oa in ] fi ed casli. pigs, (|ullt, sack o." flour, nm lop desk, 1 clock and several oilier. .�ir;.icle.-<. .V good party of our lodge of tiie K'. P. wi:nt over lo Claresholni to-day ill order to start a ni'W lodge. We. umliTrttniid that there are 'IS mem-liers who are to he the foundation of tile iodgi.' and who were iirepared tu ride tlie giddy goat or whatever it is they do. so tlial tliey niigli,^ henetil In all the rights ami privileges that appertain to' tlie K. P.'s. .A party of our young pcoide motor-eil to Calgary oji Thiirsilay aflernooii for the holiday. Miss .Mclntosii. from I.ethbrldge, arrived iiere la.^i .Monday to take ii]i a position in the Xohle Founilatioii Ltil's slm-e. A Farev/ell. T^ evening tiiere wafi present al th(! chiireli a good company lo say farewell to Kennelli K. Hunt who has joined the TStli Battery. The Rev. .1. .\. liOsle pre.'ilded and In the course of a sjiort address stated how sorry we wer^) to lose Kcnnel^i and yel we were glad to see him respond to th(! call of king ami country, (lo tiien presented Kenneth witli a wrist watcli, fountain pen and money bell which had boon subKcrlbed for liy his friends in the village. 'I'iie reeve of the village, .V[r. C. S, Xohle, also spoke a few words in appreciation of Mr, Hunt's wortli. Uigbl refreshments were then served liy the hulies. Mr. McCreovy. of ilie Calgary Canadian, was a business visitor hero on Wednesday and was very much Hi ruck with llio aiipearaiice oi the country. So far we iiave not been favored wiMi miicli nioi.-^iure liiil Hie crops (lie all looklm- gnml, I'lvcii if we liave no rain till .luiH' Ihe prospects for a CANADIAN CASUALTIES (Jltawa, .May -7 There were twi good crop ar.. I'lm-. bul. of course, we i |,,,,,',:;;| ,,,| ,orlv-fiv,. .asualties in could do with a good raiiislorui. .All the wheal is now in und also the grc'iiler pan of ilin oats, iliere is. nowever, n small iiimiuii.' id' grcn till lo pill ill ABERCASEIN SUPREl COUR ' Iho list isstii'd loday Sevenly-one v.ore Weslern lueii er officers. ol 1 wliom ten were killed in action, onn i killed, eight jiresuniPd to havf died, : four ill and wniindi'd. iwenlysix : wounded, 'Sl.t serloiisly ill. eight wounded returned lo duly. ' 'I'he following are the Souilieni Al-I berla. casualties: Wounded C. C Williams. .N'anton; J. D. Petrio, Cowl