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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGl'L TUN TIII: Li-rninuipor. bAiLV IIKUAI.V) I'lUOAY, MAY 30, 1910 ho (airly Illled the church, li .was lompetiilob aoJ wilii Ihe wprfc OL little Ihe interest ihev showed i I I1! [.-cir music. DLvT LLv I ft seuml critifism Mr. Xi'Mo. FlliM ri'lllVHl hnniurous s'.orj K: il'f UL_UI I Lv I I 1 I AL Ibe lo their iu- I trem I'age the proper length. The Vi'l ,M1 from Harvey oil tail) 30; Miss I-ii- Lle The Far Content forl'i only thai V.v. .1. J Kdmontpn, obi li'cil the full marks nnd SlUer Mcddl.-'V Wins In Qaarteii1" LhJl ihr- Silver T.ere lc A'.i-Siinrs -.h quartette of o; Led gaixl and AValUer. Wesley cl.lire's Quarieite I'omnosf d .Messrs. lluebes-. snl Sharp. The1 ii-si'is sumoJ o'u of a _l'ii) a-v f.iUci-vs A'l ( 70; tbe Mr. "Onius Nolle ?.iiJ that siasevs Marel a. Iiul6 ivork lairing lime w they ?n lev.e Iwisses aal good sttv-ji ig'niv itiiors They b e I i'5-- '-vi'.h v.'ry liuhi ami The !.-.-1 was a very 3ooJ Tin- OoM fcr ilie C'or.1 i Jaaut En.i. Miss jLirare Errors ii was noi fully, viear is iiuporiant and te v-ttVfJ up J? latter olilioii. Mr. XoWf urgosl the- m sfn? ihe wonls rally, -is ihey sivaS them, noi chan-tinR the a a (I lo be very carcTul 2" UP: u- Wurr Gri-al care urscJ ir. liRht aui shade .'facets aud in ovcifomiast certiiu nirie or In ih1? sccontt 'H n; s iioii. "Como Xow Sail Me'' tiy Goimod, theri- in rvprv tase. 3 vvbole wue. The seconj toi TOO'sure et lime. The lone rofiulres iniecUVm aiid I .Mr. Xoble suFge'JPil -i pyFiPin of; ini-.rSup irum to iliffk-uU ft ineaus of Siinins a good fauudMion. Ibe ant! unrt5 were, ihe winners bain's the ScLuoI: leader Gladys Uate- Tlie JJ-ir- -Tolal.141. Gallirahh. leaifr Miss Sadie Siuitli. LUJI I'll -j E. Spooner Mu.ved Hend of flaw- den is Secretary :u-il jejder .Miss Treiiholm. Toi- aT G (.'eiiiral. leader Miss Smith. Total r.riiLf lYiKml, leader Miss Shar- K3. Tanir leader MiiS Ipsdor MUs Totil 15-1. DpInitJii of ihe Kleoiuood cliorjs, lead by Frinces ihe GIVEN TWO YEARS FOR JAIL BREAKING -Vtd.tllivnv.s and riini'. nho beeu iw iho proviiu-ia! tor horse minaret] Mr. Stoti on Uows is-j horse v mul jail breaker. Jic c-aivJ Jrpm the jnil 'lieri1 and Uei caujrhi by A. was fomul under.4 K-d mar Piiu-Li-r F. E, SPOONER -Who heads Iccal Rolarians foe, the corning term. COLLECTIONS XEXT TO GETTING BUS- (NESS IS PETTING PAID FOR IT. WE ARE SPECIALISTS GOVERNMENT'REPORTS AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Aecais for the Shaw L'orrti- Foudence Schoolf. t H. C. FARR1S SERVICE AGENCY S Macdonajd Block IC1S BOULTQN'S AUTO LIVERY Our nafos -Are Kcusonibto Our Kei Ibc Besl TRY US Office Phont ..'.'.........1206 Residence Phanc .........1098 I.cell bridge llotan.iiH oSlier> for ilio wilh ihe follawjiis K. Spocner. Vice P. Pai-.-rten. Harry A'cs-imK-r, Hugh -Authorities am] .Men on Strike icro: To AUituile Toward Afen at Work Tractor Repairs ApcclaUte la K" cyliqderj, and Ilttlnj orerjlre plilons anJ rinss. We IIQTQ In stock 3t rriacnt oversize piston's for nil popular 'niabcs of gas iraclors. Ford Engines NIVEN BROS. lit Ave. S. Phone 17J2 YY. Crawford llleicher. J. W. U- Mai-Kay, Colin Mai'Kinioih. arJ Jfer. A. II- Ponoon. The clnb i3 arranging y splendid for ilio year. Ther-> arc HDTV il members lepresoniiug numb3r of ami ilia organiza- tion which showt-d such activity in its Dansworlh. had sweet lues injfirH yrar will endeavor 'lo carry oin b-ir first seicrtfon will, in ihe year 10 Wescl and unily ot voice lislil arid luarks rf a jvjisil'e wero Mi-.; .Mrll vena ISO; M. Hroaks Mr. Iliiy- Thomas ;u riving the ile.'iFior. saM thai the first singer had verv tre.n iiy Toiw. She hcndiej dafRtiiy a-d aid terri-c-ranienc ;mJ 5ome care and" great The .-e-oai sin-: sliaile, but aiAlines a need of purer he loac there a tendency Lo flatten but ilihcugh she wit nol very carefui: lie style and Interpretation were wilh her tide and hrr in- Mrs. Johnstoa accompanied and lotiatioii was ai liracs n litMe lauiiy. assisted iti traluing ihis chorus. Cilery Gete Mixed Quartette" ito Galbraith rhorus. uador The mt'ed quanclte won "w IcadersUip ol Miu badle Smith, Wesley fholr. Cilgary, with.79 marks! All Saints. come. y Qiiile a number" ol the locftl Holur- iani have intention uf in SaJr City jii-Ji mouth -'tnd if Hie rvads are will go by moior. LolhbrHse. lej-, I.elhbridgA ID the Sunday scSiool thorns coni- peiition; -Wesley chnrcli HOD over the Ur.itei church. Tbe uianins choir was'conducted bj JJrs. ClaycJe T Strutchbury Cup was some TPFV goad light ana b'Jt ton" "erc nOT qtlill! ID "the t'olo (he coniesrani-i vere .Messrs. Lcdgen. Edmomon. 135; 'Cooper Kobinaonl "Calgary, .33. Edmonton. 144; Loih- P. J. Walker (Calgarj I Male Chorus ._ male i-horu's cqiupe'liildp a_l ri were extremely irifft- cull and vrere a little heyond Ihe c7s. -Mr. Hazill. oI'Lethbridge. gave a very, good perronnacce-jn lie first lor Honors "between the holders of the UcDJpUEall Shielil, ihe All Siinls' Choir, Edmonton and Wesley-chair. Calvary. resnlUng in Edmonton retaiu- Ibe trophy. In.vthe opinion of the adjudicators the choir teauliTul loiippr Ihe right kind.. The pianissimo! sly beautiful, Choir erl with qualily but noi. so laier. voice too delicate for Ihe, oiar.o. A good number, nicely sung. In ihe second selection there was 100 ffiix-k on words bul enuncialion good and rythoi inovcd j easily. Charged Unlawfully useless after the toring Of- ficers :vt Ihe Line Tiio ertCL't of the free for ;ill light r.'hU'U took ]ilr.L-e at No. S un Thursday was tbat at rtifi annoaranco of the liuliee before the mine train stiiiied j this uiorisius the usuai crovvil that j to give it a "seuJ Jia- j The police had been reintorc-! ed wild foijr oiuuntHd provlnfiat yol- were followed lo iheii- .and in keeii indoors. One pi ring who had laken an active J part (n lite Thursday fight. ;'chased 10 bai'kyard He was liroughi IP flnd loileed in the t-clls. Chief Hardy took ihe iimbulani-e wiili him iu oust; it was necdt'il this had i an ioiiflsiug cRctt ou ihe i-rowcl. Muuily Is full of o( the tlic ciIy police garc Jiiui iu ihe iet-to yestenlav. paTiit-ularly in I Hie case of Chief I Tartly who rendered i yeoman's PCTVK-C. I t'harlcs Peacock arranged wliat is lernitKl a peace of cfir- 'striking miners this nrteriioon. they wilt be- addressed by. Mayor liar i i ilie who will point out tbc position 50 far as ihe iueti who arc irork- lo (he from j Don't Forget TO HAVE YOUR NEXT TIRES REPAIRED AT THE VETERAN TIRE REPAIR Coi, -Wo 6th Strett SoutS CAR OWNERS We are [iri'liarcd lo do Fkst C1Q69 ftepalri. cauaule nl nil llinea. (live us a trial. New Dayton Garage I NEW DAYTON, ALTA. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-013 8OSTROM AND BRADY IR- RIGATION LEVELS. HAY AND GRAIN. U.G.G. FARM MACHINERY. NATIONAL RUBBER TIRE- STAUDE MAK-A-TRACTOR8 K. M. C. KEROSENE BURN- ERS FOR FORD CARS. Farm Products, Ltd. 21S Sherlock UulldlnG Phone 777 EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF 9ATTEHIE8 CHARGED AND REPAIRED All GuirmUed A Willlea Guarantee (or a Tear aud a Hull New fla'.- lerlcs. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1966 718 3rd Ave. S. GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY .TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. End Avc., opp. Lcthbridoe Hotel Phone Ibe dcv.'a of the houses ilie mintTF heins lirokon niyUt. Iticre iwas no further Irouble. _ c-reuc.'Jiiuls of Die I. W. Signed liy il- L. Haywoid in his pos-: session, Ralph Boyd who iii from Montana was la ken in low the Mounted Police on Thursday, anil'; today-W.T3 rcDjanded for eixhi iliys on'1 iho cb'Jrsc- of unlawfully Rda. He canit; in on the truiTi air far, and .-.C- W. I'.K.f. mini of an old family, died nt at Ibc azc- of 90. as Sweei Grass' and Ihei Fiercely made his iray lo River dodtlne Hie Auihorilla.i. Siesling a ride on a fn-'ight :min lie JandtJ in Lethbridse 1 where he sirais'biway veiled the rar- j ious pool rooniV :a search lor the I. uniil arrested In his opernfions antl ronrcTed to the police nice round though imcer j EIGHTY YANK SOLDIERS MISSING A3 RESULT .OF FIRE AND EXPLOSION lo'liiue at moments. The' bases r'ery fin? I chorus lud full loae but ihe Tetiuirel 'e litQs mnrc The sivlc oc- cn5m'nall7 lacked brightness. The was TaSr in singins. There! waaik pianissimo. The first) U-nors in foriiasimy ott cli Hie Intonation 31 fimPJ M'h-j cr weak. Ic the second piece the ten- ors required round up on high tonsj. I Mirks Edmonton 171. Cal-! Barj'.16a. I.othbrnlge 157. schooJ chorus competition at Hie Tesllval afternoon ai- May ed a result of a flre in a ImiWiuE occupied by Amer- irun iroops in ihe Coblenz irit'L. nnd p.n cipioslon o[ a mtm- i'.ion flump ycsierdity. SO aro missing, according to a Cologne dispatch to ihp gr'apli corapanj-. REFORM INDIAN GOVERNMENT I LONDQK.Nfay Samuel j Montagne. secretary for India, an- nouncert in the housu of commons lie hoped lo -intrcducc- 'early in June a government bill Tor' Mhe relorm oT the government for [dia. lie the of his re- [omi would be transference of power l the biirraucracr to Die people, j Trhicb, he said, "may perhaps bu ual, but real at every stage." EXPRESS TRANSFER Phone 632 LIGHT AND HEAVY 6 RAY I Kb BaoB'Ee and Fu'T.ilure Removed Gait" CcnT Delivered Terms fleawinabla Fuel Confroller's Permll D.A., 2 1-112 IJenry J. Heinz. Ihe big Piltsburg traclod a large crowd of liille loVi.s plctlo inauufacliirer. Is dead. "GOINC3 BACK TO'ENGLAND QUEBEC, May narttn-PoiveU and Lady IlaUen-I'owL'l! boarderl the sicaraer GramfIan out- wani bucinij troio .Montreal last night free! S Eiiiott GENERAL T1NSM1TH1NG Phone 1713 330 Sixth Street South LETHBKIOGE. The Tires for Distinguished Gifts! 3ic handsome tirtj, with Iheir giej-li'ack and I while exlcilor and black They look dulin- giiished, in Vceping wilb stately-'liznoufines' and expensive touring cars. V There is alia ihe luxury of euicr riding, because "ROYAL- CORD" Tirea rcquiie air presfure.. There 11 the addihonil luxury W'greater salely lii the freedom from pimcfure and io'lhe coor-' flexibUiry bl the "RO YAL CORD" TIRES are made oflent of