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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGB EIGHT TUB u-mronioGi- DAILY whu-h fpi-ls The foils were] iu Idler shave and uiw some- ihiJig in the iif to on viiiilns vearas. Reform we tbe CarJs-.ou IlrBSi Hind. eo'iiUuns ol Tl young yo'jrtis rani Lug age up tu 1? years, waj iu attendance ai ibe .ibove uuJ reu-kred sweeT music through- oul. This baud his only besu orgi-ji- a mouth. and the abort which was iheir iaiiial appearance TO the Card si on publ.v. K-flnvii L-rwlli ou il'-eir leader. I'rof- S. ll Spring Coulee Iti Ui o Season (.umc Hero This is ihe musieal or- wait auj CAltHSTOX May lo five was ihr- lu-avy toll liken by Char- lie Chefs aim's Coils in ii-Ui gami? at tbr Square agaiv.si j ihe Spring Coulee To say u was an oici-cJinfcly fasT same would he an exaggeration, but say would be ;i Vnotk. Dovh learn? played sooil ball. :iml us an opev.ia? same of ihe season :i was unsurpass- ed. 1 One of (lio of many sea- sons Hinted oul for ihe game. The Colis srnhbeil oil ihcir main butu-li fat tallies in ;he tbinl when they annexed cloven counters, and when the uine innings iveri? ihrijush nnd the scorer had hi? it ivas found that ihe score was 16 TO ft In favor of Cardplon. d-t-1 seme li'Ji lhr; failed to'couueci with tho pill a: (lie; time, and consequently tbeir: srorins waa iiwav off style on Beazer CJixlsioo and, FLtGHT OVER BERMUDA had nine slrike-oiua to Ins credit, while M" _____ Russell Cor Sprins Coulee bad oulyj ijerniuija. May i Tlie. first aeri.ii riiirlil over Uerrouda HLAiKUoiiE. juy' he.-u Cowliy al baseball in j iuierosiiDg paino Ulairmore grounds oc Yinorln Day. Score. S lo 10. Q.M.S. II. Finftnoy remracJ 10 Blairmure last wccX-ejid. Sgi. PinV- tey is the prouj holder o[ and the Croix de Suif.-Lieui. II. H Keitii ot ilio H.A.F Spring M Mrs. S. to iu moniius auer spending moutlis witii her pwplt ai Wash- agioa. D.C- Town Without Ligljfs U'ilh -Miners on Soldiers Home TAHER. May Sunday last the (iuuii> hons? et Cunarta Wesi mine was to the grgunJ and j the jaei'liluory wilhia out o[ com- t mission. Tli'o IOWIL. however. Is fur- i nisMng [hi> mine su'fx'ieni (to keeji ihe elecirtL- liylit p'ant going. How wo shitl taro Mr light when the miners go oul on is another HuesLiim. Hut If Ihe worst coined wo PAD full Ijnck upcm ciur old reliable, ihe Suti. who is'fuiu'lionlng ar ihe rate ot IS hours a tliy. and upon our new (rleud.-Mr. Djyl'Ebl Saving, wlio is reaJy 10 help out lu case or au Mr. Holipn uae cf llie Taber who enlisted with the Sfih Battery, returned hoins lasl Sat- urday. OQ ucoouui ol Illness he unable to return with hi> but saileJ oil aboul 'J weeks ago. llTerybody Is giaj 10 [Job bsck aud Irusis the rio'js climaie of Southern Alberta will POOH lone him up again to. normal. Tlie lai'iil (f.lV.V-4. holding-fl pai-rc-d concert in the UPI Theatre Snn- UflCES AGAINST DELAY IN -AUSTRIAN-PEACE DASKU tho Austrinu chancellor, nude au tip- VtRl to Premier Cleucucenu. prtsldenT of tho peace conference, on Saturday Tor the cxredUioii ot ihe iieaoo I la t ions whU accord ing to u VieuuA dispatch lotlny. Tftt i-liftuceJIor Is declared lo have out Ihut the delay liavlnB a effect on. t-nty, 01 Crtvcndisli, Alia., were united it ;he cverlasilug houds uf Tho young rouulo tralu lor the Gorman-Ausimu ing fear Toat out. at (ho cfi on iliu ovciiru en [or Cavendish, "where ility' going lo nnVo Uiclr home. l ihp regular quirtorly uiflcial joartl inettinj; of local church, ho lioanl invited the pastor, Mr. K. T. Cook. (o velum lo pasigmie lor another year. At (ho annual con- might "WE1FAC801 Ben Kelley was very satisfaclory. The game by Hi, Lmps iy Governor- -i- Sir Janjes The ,a -O'-jnigin was made in an American art- I plane, ubich is to be uspd by the as- Spring Coulee 00 '5 0 0 2 0 0 5 cipedlfioa of i'rofejsor 1 1 it 1 0 1 i) 1 David Todd, of Amherst College, for Cardsloa-15 ausjous.to play home observations en tbp solar aod home carries with Leila bridge, eclipse. May froni a point oft llie Maclcod. Tabe'r. lUynioml L'ruguaraQ coast. Later, Lady Will- nnd and any other louu i-ocis tcxclo fllgQt iu ihe plane. Banking Service VOUR banking requirements may be entrusted to this Bank with confidence thai careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE day c at p.m. Tbid is ibe first be secured. On Tainter. Jlolton. Ur. Hiimmau and a couiingonL of boys irom ibc publif school broto -j s-trip of l on tho west Fide of hG hospital siieand Neil yenr it will go ii In jiota- Champion Fans Turn Oul Sec Carmangay 1'uslor Invited to Hemain To (Krom Our I'llAMWON. May ball Kline hetweeu Chaniuion aud Caruian- gay ou Saturday was not the exciting affair Ibai II ivas liopeil :i would be, owing lo the fact that Carniangay ;regallunal lhc> reuorls of of work GERMAN MINE FIELD ttu> mliica In u tlcld Cu miles long by IN SEA OF CHINA i Uui nilea, wlJy. uut scl lUoul loo charts, rcciiitly .May 23 disclos- C3, vrUc, U jidcU Ihelr arc tho in In c 5. L'upt. CuiMlLI asacrUO. ed lLo cxlstetuc lu tho Chins Sea of a, largo mine ftelil. Cayt. J. K. Uupllll.l William Hay 'nuil'MavK Sklgariy. uiuslor of tht- Pacific Sloansliiy torn- j C-T ot (ho Steel Comp-iuy or l.'an- stpanjfr Soiiator. salii today on j ;IL! i. blown lo iiiv-cc.i during blus1.- arrival from the Oricui. Tno Gorman I Ire tho luquest raldijf Wollf, In September, 1917. KUd lins liccu ordered. the various In siilio ot ad verso coiidl- tloi'.s, t'lrich. Mnnharl. Maynanl a'nd Cook attended ihu ntinual district eedng cf'thc cJiurou .Vaiifoa. On Kriday atternoou Htllc Clara vpasrd iiissi'J away alter lout' I Inllowiiig the 'flu. Tho fuu-1 eral tools ulaw al tho local vemslfcry on Sunday aCteruoon iu the prvwiico ot, the family and a number of syin- ers. Mrs. Nvganrd Is still in bed and is nut making very good On Sunday nioniiiig tin1 school held a special "Go-lo-Sunday- Sc'uooVDay" strvlcp, there was a gooJ number a hun- dred. Tlie. Ecrvice was good ami brislil. '.Mr. Cook gave a talk "Boots." On TUurfday evening last Shell Shock1" was vroducc'd at Ihu local hail very team. The onp-atdeil i Iheairc In I he yrcsence ol a good score rf H to 3 indicates the crowd. The local tenuU goi dtrcugih of tlio itiius. J15 as ihcir sliare ot IhB proceeds. scored T in Ihe JirM imiiujr. nfier lleginnlns on the second week In which Rll interest vnuishcd. Towards Juni'. llie tennis club is slagins a tour- ihe of ihe game. ChatuuKm pui naineni for players ure in an some of their younger players to SMITH FORM A TRUCKS The Cheapest Dependable Haulage System in llie World! Ask us for a Demonstration. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS Ltd. Lheiii a game, lu of their severe deftat Carwangay showed true Fjioriing suij-lt and with it to tho end. The crowd was in the nnlure of a whale, and came from all direction vllcd tu enter. The ict> is JO cenls. ami the players are allowed 10 BckuL ihelr own parlners. The showed receipts uC conside j FOCH VISITED RHINE PARIS, May Foch. vrho has just completed n ot Inspection along the-nhino. Lad 11 conference yes- Miss i terday with Premier Clenienceau LETHBRIDGE HRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, M.n.gtr J. H. S. GORDON, Muucr J.V- STEEL, War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank will cash all TVar Loaa coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without makinfe 427 charge whatever for the service.' 16 you have not a Savings Account, why not use your interest money to open one witH Thia Bank t BANK CANADA Hetd Office: MorlreaL LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH. NOBLEFORD and BAKONS BRANCHES, Established IBS4. R. 3. DINNING, Manager- V. A. EBERLY, Manager. Jl.A.KILPATRICK.Mgr. To Send Money T Foreign Countries mar. now. made .bj mail and. cable through Iliis Hanli to points- in; ALSACE-LORRAINE' BELGIUM CZECHOSLOVAKIA DALMATIA SWEDEN -LUXEMBURG TURKEY-IN-EUROPE Arrangements may (reps. We Like" the Ubeny'xj? remind- ing the hospital aid society tin.1 .1111 rscs require 'sunbounu'.s .anJ other equipment wlicii hoeins lime comes. i A. Die iitier Has-Vt has lieen amus- 1 ing himself lately by blasting cut :i cese-pool. Takes "till r-inds of people to uiafee a The aud Presby- ter, au churches bare Issued a joiiU card rtmiudinff ihe people tual the AI'Detia lias [irocJaimeJ Kuudar. May Solh, as a Scbool Day" Tor all citizens anil risit- ors iTilhin the bouods o[ the provinces, and Inviting Lho public lo attend spe- cial sen-ices in Uiefr respecth-e churches at 11 a.m. Mr. Citiaea sbow year appreciation ol the work tlio Sunday School is doiTis in npbullclins nal character by attending. Some uch service nest Sunday, rain ur hine. You OTC it Lo yourself, your ome, your country and your God. The ladies aid of Knos church; are lacniDg an'aUernooa lea, [ollowed by n .Tee cream social in the treriing at home of >.re. Oeorge Powell. es.lay. June 4lh. Ilamiy rptreaUraetiis be serred and In the everting n ics. program rendered. Games ol iff erefit kinds Kill .slsb be arranged or. An enjoyable afternoon and evcn- cg 15 promised. You are reminded ILat the Women's .nild-or St. Theodores Church will old a pantry sale ID the Oddfellows' [oil Saturday afternoon. May 3lst. Cadet Samuel Roy Easlhop6, who nlisled years ago in the Canadian avy arrived home on. AVediiesdir; ffernoon, Tbe first sir months" of. Ws nllslment was Bpcnt in the training chool at Victoria, B. C, He was ihen lo the XIODE ut n Thich worship he seryftd wil-h creil-' nulil ais relarn. Veteran has straegloJ ome. Corporal Richard Moore went versus willi the I131h Lelhbride? Highlanders and TVIS later dratted mo the 16th Scottish in tvhich Id [ightlnB unit he did his bit at the ront. Corporal 'Moore did his best while absent to get iut'o as many big raps as poaaiWe in one ol whlcli he as Eorcrely wotindtd. But afler'some epaus ne kepi on way hot'foot Fritz and wall 'one of "the Croati- an boys who kept-the watch on the Rhine. He relumed hfjmc'ft weet ago anri Is in fine shape physically, A special service will he bcM in Ihe chpol house. al Elcan. Siinrl ay after- noon at 3.50; the octiaston he.ng the eiiing of an itbhbr Roll of. the toys from lhal dJsTrlct who servert heir king and counlry in tha recent war. The Neva. Taylor and Drrau will speak and Mrrf.'ITolura and Miss Woodhouse will render aolos, e, are watching the trees 'grow now..' ubly over On Thursday tiio Jessie Gallowar and Mr. Ronald1 Ga-jwho is also minister ol war. tills SERBIA BULGARIA NORWAY DENMARK POUMANIA TUKKEY-IN-A9IA he made Ihrougti FINLAND ICELAND for payments by 'mall PORTS ON THE BLACK SEA lo THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA London, Enff, York C. GS Wlllliin SI. Capital Paid Up and Rescrvts Tola! Atitts ore Head Office Montreal 1 Barcelona De t'ntalu i I.cihljrlclge Magialh: Cardafon .Tader" .BRANCHES A. J'artsfr, Manajtr J. K. AikliHnn, W. 11. Mr-K.-iy, O. TRACTOR AGENCY OPENING A ivonderliil ojiporluDily. [or one. or more live young meu- A Tractor ot 12-1S at price on record. -Liberal terri- tory. Liljeral discount. TJesire' energetic man, more than capital. AdifresE in coiifldencc to .HARRY NEWMAN, Pr St. Louis, U. S, A. International Trucks Are Used'Locally By i s Imperial Oil Company Ltd. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. Consumers' Hardware Co. Western Canada Hardware Co. e ASK THEM .WHAT SERVICE THEY GET. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS Ltd. for SOLDIERS d Cheap The eslatc'ot' llie: J. If.-31ac- dnnald, K.C., ol Toronto, was .valued at over Hev. 11. B. Chrislle Is rtsfgning (rom .he pastorale o( Dublin SlrcetMetho- rtlsl CHurcli lo.' Join Iho slflff. o( The TENDERS WANTED Wanted Tenders for Lhf Inmher, clc., con I a In cJ fn l.'je bit'llillngs, QUcen's Hotel, Hosmer, 1J.O. Tluildlng? art large contain n great of' firal-claan' biiifdlns material, TcnrJers musi be in by June lalli, 1913. KI.K VALLKY BRKWING CO., Natal, ICC. Ad C TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE tCTLderfl wU! lie received by (ho -Ixian] of Iruslees of tho Sciiool Diitrfci, No. Alia. at the office of Ihe secrelnry-lroasiircr up lo noon. June lih, IGl'J for tJie erection of a Ir.imo schoo bu'Jdfnff. PJana and may he oblalnccl froirt Ihe afecretary treasurer on ifaymoftt of a dcpoell n which will he relumed on re o' n liona fide (fender vllh plan I find rpcciflcallons, Thft lowtst of an lender will not necessarily ne ac- Icplcd, Ad Livestock and Harness T Soldier SctUcinciK Board has arranged with inanufactujrcrs ot imple- ments and harness to give sol- dier settlers a ividc choice' of first class implements at prices substantially below those quoted lo civilians; and iivthe Prairie Provinces tlic United Grain Growers, Linked, will give solT dicr settlers special prices on implements, wagons, and other commodities-' Hy colfe'clive buying in large numbers for cash, it can also offer soldiers the lowest possible prices on horses and other live stock. H supply a good harness scl for approximately 331.50 al point of manufacture. All these concessions arc in addition to the Hoard's offer to secure for llie soldiers good Tfic land, conveniently located, and lo give financial assislance in the. way of loans to establish them on the land. Land and Loans With certain exceptions, a soldier wlio has served with good conduct in (lie Canadian, Im- perial or Allied forces in an actual llicatrc of war or outside Ihe country in which he enlisted (or widow of any such man) may secure loans to purchase, land, live stock and equipment and erect (1) Up to to cover the cost of the land and dis- charge encumbrances. (2) Up to to erect buildings. Both these loans lo be paid ou Hie instalment plan. Pay- ments extending over 25 years. Up to to buy im- plements, live-stock, and equipment. The soldier will'begin to pay off this loan in year, and will have four years to pay. Only five per cent, will be charged oii Ihese casli payment of one-tenth the. pritt of tlie land will be required, except in special cases. Qualified setllers on Dominion Lands may secure loans up maximum.of on a. plan similar lo llie above for farm equipment, livestock, and. ercc- lion of buildings, provided se- curily offered justifies the loan. If you figure you have more than a fifty-fifty chance to make good as a farmer, write to your Provincial Superintendent at Public Building, Ertmonlon, Albcrla. Soldior Settlement Board W. J. BLAClt, Cfiai'rmin, Union Hank Bui'diiiR, OTTAWA lH. 'Alta., May 2ft'( 1015... ;