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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ,PAGE SO TUTM IIF.RM.B DISTRICT NEWS SPRING COULEE (Ftoal Oirn Correspond-Jit) Spring open- ing o! the seir town hill proved a pleasant social eveot, and the funds from a'l sources amounted to 1111- Ei- penses (or musie elt, JS6. leaving a net total of ?SS for lhe Belgian Relief nsd Cross funds. A drawing cl fowls donaled by fdrs. JoIner-LonK and Mrs. Joseph Greenwood quite an esciie- ment Out of lorn guests were Jlr. May- bee and Mr. Lamont of Calgary. Miss Sutherland, Ulsa llarSer and otters from Magrath aljo some from Card- Eton and Raley. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Kelly, gare a turtoy dinner to Iho S.C. Trading Company'a staff Friday evening. The beautifully arranged wiih cul glass and china with floral decorations of Tea roses and carnations gave a most pleasing effect. Messrs. Gulp and Accebere shipped In from Calgarj- three car loads of young sloct cattle list weet They are eipecllng more In a few day's and re shipping out beef cattle. Mrs.. Orrle gave a birthday dinner .to fooie of her Meads Sunday. Th8 Ladles' Aid will meet at the hairic of Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Culp Is a Lethbridge visitor to- iay. Mrs. Jolllffc and Mrs. Crocker paid a'.visit to Mrs, Ingles Ust Tuesday tacldentally to see the new baby who ;v Is'now'three woets old. Preparations are be'ng made for a concert In tbe new hall 1-Ylday even- Ing for the benefit of the church. OuUfde ialent Is tipected from Ma- grath and Cardston. A good" time Is 1 tntklpated. Frart Kelly and Edward attended the boys' confer- ence in Lethbrldge- this we'et. NKW DAYTON X'eir Dayton, SOY. and Mrs. O. C. McDonald and family are srend- f a few days In Calgary. V Miss Langton and Miss McArthur our school "mams" attended thti >nch- ers' convention In Lelhbrldge last week. A meeting for the purpose ot ap- pointing tivo delegates palliug division nt Lelhbrldse Don- was Leld in Don Boyil'a pool hall Saturday evening. WiUliin Scott and Don Boyd were selected to represent the division. Tbo church bacaar which was beld Thursday last' was a success from every sold arid at wartime prices, too and a nice sum (realuod. The.ladles are to be con- ;rat ulstecl on the fine display of their iindlwbrk. A dance ot more than usual Inter- 'St wis held Thursday night lasl in ha Tjrell's -Laka school house. This the first of a sarles Btaried by Class 'A" men prior lo being railed for ser- Tico, and we can assure If they cin shoot' half as well as they can darce'they vlll bring untold honors lo this district L. B. Carolne has called south owing (o the death of his father-m- We Tvlsh to sympathize with Mr. and Mra. Carhlna In their bereave- GK ASSY LAKE (From Our Own Correspondent) Grassy Lafce, NOT. was closed in tie senior room Thursday and Friday whlld Mr. Collifij, the accompanied by Mre. Collins, isas' in Lcthbridge attending tie Teachers' Convenllon. Walter Scott 15 attending the boys' conre'nUon In. Lelhbrldgf. M. Wink, weirknowB hj irar old residents; .tut now of Altorado, pass- tiroogh town Thursday on his .way to tear the Western his healti: ladlw of the Red-Cross held theu; rally meeting Wednesday at the ho'nM 'of Sl'rs- new.'. .A good namber .'twere'present'and'good interest was Workers. Plans were znaa> to serve Chaatinqua :_ week building. Firnwre tHuy.. thrwhlBg that they have the foot' .weather: Most-of the flax .was the snow atorra ruined but It is no welL Wo hear of vomo who (Fwm Our OUTJ bereaved tumll} friends aaij oe.'j Ladles o( the H.Cv WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1917 y o( (heir hid their MaclejKl. Nov. list Mil- lhe y d ID afllcm during trie pasl trefk, Is' t H. Uuchlnca, one ol the Jap boys that enlisted with the 191st. Several ot the Japsnese boya MlKed with the above battalion, went overseas and are cow serving In France. Mr. and Mrs. J. GUlen living out five miles south of Madcod. whose eon was XIHed In ariiou two months burled their Jlushter during the ,_.: 13 yeiH of sge. had been 111 lor woes, sud went lo Cal- gary to consult a doctor. Sho under- went an operation, flnd rallied, a sec- ond cue was considered necessary. This one wnlle successful proved loo much for tho and Eha passed away peacefully. The fu leod ivas a large ohe, tni sale of vi'orlr. -andfdiaaer Saluniay. which proved a graud fmauclal suc- cess. Mrs. John Ulack received a mes- sage that her fourth too was wound- ed, gunshot In left shoulder. Mrs. Bin'i had requested the department 1101 to allow him lo he sent to Franco, as he 'j not IS veins at age. ungest of her tour boys, all are R. McNabb receipt ot a mes- sage that hlS'Bon Jlin'ray was wound- ed with gunshot Jn leg and conflder- ed npt serious. Mrs. Trill's oldest boy was also wounded Jn led arm anil inee. George Ferguson, aonther Macleod boy Is 011 the list of vroundeJ. W. Remvlck received a message to- day telling him his son Arthur was lu a hospital tvUh gunsho! ivound. All these were la the big battle ot Oc- tober 30. Sunday WHS uuijlverfary day In'Iho Method's! church, Macleod. Tbe funeral In Mac- mons delivered by the pastor, His giving the Rev. W. A. Lewis, and were strong sermons troiu big subjecli. dealing with Ilio Ctiurcb and'Us Mission to tho people today- A very tiuo musV cat programme was given by the cho.'r. Mr. Ldkle the new manager (or the. Bank of Couimcrco, 13 uow settled in bis new home lu Macleod aud has come vrllb the Inlaulloa ot mailing tho bast of everything, and la much taken with his Mrst Impressions oC Macleod aud Iti people. SCffiWFORBf Leltibrldge Trill entertain anolher large convention In January. The ex- ecutive officers of the Alberta Federa- tion ot Labor have Issued a call for lhe fourth convention ot I ha Alberta Federation of Ijbor, to be hold In lhe city of Lclhbrldge. on Monday morn- Ins, January 7th, ISIS, and days fol- lowing. TUB sessions will bs held In the Labor Temple. Many Questions affecting labor irlll hate the attention of tho convention A "sameness" that is enjoyable------the daily, un- varying goodness of a cup of "SEAL BRAND? COFFEE. It never fails to greet you with that same exquisite fragrance, amber clearness and delightful flavour, that Win people with the firft cup. la J4, 1 tod 1 pouail tint. DM tround for Never foU In bulk. IM v CHASE SANBOXN, MONTREAL. acqong which tra: Workmen's Coru-iments to tho Masters and SenranU 1 pensallon. Early Cloilnc and lllnlmurn Act, amendments to the ,_ Model Law, amend-1 Lien Act. Hare Carry On Fight Unionist in Field .-Yet to the Hercld) Fernte. Nor. Pottei and WTO. Dickinson, tio two delegates from Ferile who attended tie Tentloh of the district held at Cran- brook on" Snnday to organize the In- dependent Labor Party of Canada, at thai place, returned to town last night full at enthnilasm over the succeas tie inoTfinenl has attained In altlac Uie Working men of the rid- Inf.'From Corhln to Cranbrook, tire 'parly has been'thoroughly organized and the rest ot the district to .the west will bo brought into line hi a YerrVfT.if daya. Tho Crafibrook railway vbrters endorsed Ulfl nomination of .Thomas and a most substantial ornatlon to the campaign, fund, JIM Min- er's JJnloh: A ot ms placed at e jetting U to the acre. .are.very inak- ijCiifnK'' tie', most of. this unususl good t IV Mrs.' Geo. Porlar, ol Lelhlridse, in town Frluay, looking after her well and favorably IrajyjJTi.. through here and BurdeU has '-'returned from, an extended trip in has vlslltne f-; ibother. uu Mrs. Crofla, of Kay- and Mrs. Patenon were It loots ai if the drffEcuItles of form- er campaigns for want of the necea- not to be ei- perience'd. UiJB. time. appears -that the-workers have at last awakened to the Importance of haTlnB 'dominion representation, and their Catchword Is: "Watch the elec- tion returns Iwhen. they. come fn. after ttia The candidacy .of ThqmaLS.. Bigg's, '.which at first Tras looked npOD ;by some of the old time as of little Imporl- 'ceHainly not. losing any strength u time gota on. A meeting. of tho Conservative as- sociation 'list 'night brought out P good "atteadaace" and sereral speeches .In Lethbrldge and were. rtaie.' all favoring a onion candl --tot.-.- dominion house In this Harrest .TaEnkegiring._ Vas held ta St. Luke's chnrch, Thurs- -'iaT'erenlag, NOremBer-.1st It being the ncrst coaTCnlenl time for Her. i.- Herrpu to hers. Tkls le a good and y.yerT worthy custom.and. wu attended foot number of onr people. The. ChauUuqua Festival due No- Te'mb'er. 17-20 is peat inter- st. Tlcfeela are EelUae well and onr treat t't't; peppls "Js looking forraTd lr> a tr WELL-KNOWN ONTAMO tion has proTed Haiti a remedy. I irai ivn-dowoj vok and played out, and needed a wotnao'i tonic. 1 nave just finished using boUle. I Ted much straigcr and bttter. Can eal betler and ara less irtrvoua. You nmy eay that Tarorite rrescrip- tk- (or UrakHt, oi. Jt docs wonders lot Grb. E. Miin Wellild, Ont. rmcurnoN ISFOKTOU. headache, sot btyood PreRTipiioa 'c district. .Thtrty.delegatca were appoint- ed; to attend the Cranbrook conven- tion tomorrow, ''where they wlirmeet cielegitkml from Cranbrook IDC Calumbla p.-ortn'clal ridings. An Inrl- Ulioa has been.'utended to the Liber- als of the ridrng'tp meet the Conscrra- Crinbrook and unite with theoj in of a union candl If 7 No'lnitructloni hare been TO led to elther.the ConKryallve or Liberal deL egatea" fTom It Is. Quite problematicai aa''to what the outcome vlli'tie as_'to union. Dr. Bcnuell itrB leads with the Cou- tf rvatlvM for honor of being the the union candidate,