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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2ft, 1917 THE HEiun> PAGE SEVEH What a man wants in the HiO'S' FRUIT SPRING COUJ.EE ,j Our Own Spring Coulee, Nov. 19. Spring CoulM is allll balhinp In warm am- ahlne. >'rlday evening veople calhcrod Irotu fai and near lo bear the concert uy local talent arilstcd bi nelguuor- ing towns. Mr-.itouorls. of ilasinth, Yas listened lo with much pleasure in two Golo3. M'.S3 Phoney Gang u Bolo anj encore, and Mr. Embroy bsoE 3 eolos; alto a duet with Wr. Kelly, aiks BhettlelJ of Cardston aang twice to Iho delliht ot preionl. younger members ot tho ichool in their, prolty vrhlle dresses gave three numbers' In'- concert. Edwanl McCarthy sang "I With My Pa A .Janitor followed by Frank Kelly In Chinese ooatumo In'tho song, Like Ainollcan Man." His ehcoro nlio D, Clilii'ese dialect Eong. After the -.cqiice'rt a drawing for crocheted hind bag, and ta'ttcd baby's btmnel, donated by Mrs. UIs- was'drawn for. which amonnt- cd (o ]3Q Iha benefit of tha fled Cross. Tho concert proceeds amount- ing lo ?20 were for the church. The out of town guosle received hog- pllollty at tho home ot Mr. Herbert B. Kelly, who had also ass'sled dur- ing tho a reading ead In other ways. Miss Trcnholm gaye a reading of one of Druuuond'9 'pocmsj In Iho French-Canadian dlulecE. The school Inspector rlsltcd the Wednesday. Sirs. C. C. Thompson returned from Calgary Wednesday. Sir. C. H. Kellcy, -Messrs, nalph and H'jrland Thompson ivero ID Calgary on business this week. 3Ir. ncoree Thompson.left Saturday lor Spokane to join Itmlly. The church Attendance IE 'increas- (Jr. Ingles most iuteiejtiny sermon on "Regeneration." Mr. Enib.-ey ;and ,'V.t. Kelley BSUS a duet, "AbH'J Me." and Mr. Embrey a solo In eleilai, "I'm a Pilgrim." Mr. India's remarks on dapar luro ol Mr. Mrs, Embrey (or To- ronto after Ibelr tollviUej la church work In Ibis parish word nost touch- tug. The ladies ot the community Joined In K'vlnc Mr. and Mrs. Embrey a handsome silver. tnlile urn tor con ,'ntlli, nuta, etc. The prcMnUllon took: placi H the home of Mm. Mr. and Mr3. Byron-Nelson.return cd Jronj last Mon- day. Mr. Gulp Is a Calsary visitor this week. Also Mr. T.' P. McCarthy. POLISH RIOT Copenhagen, rJpl oc- curred recently In' the Inlernmonl camp near Knllsh, where members of the Polish legtan, Iho nuc leu? of a proposed. Polish army ot the new Auslro-Cfrrosn "J protectorate were sent when they were dlEarmei and disbanded several isontbs ago be c.iuso ihoy refused to lak'e a dual oitb to Poland and the Ausl'ro-Gorma'n sov orelgnB. Some1 members ol the legion learning tbat m number of their com rades proposed to; take Iho oath, fell upon them with "stones chunks ot coal and airy .weapons avail ublo, giving ihoin a .severeCheating The Germans havo, transferred th( bellcoso leglonal'res'to.another camp Our Soldiers light for Honda flgit lor.lbe'm. Electors Should Not Be Confus- ed liy Yaritly of GptaioBs In NomiBations Toronto. Nov. torlilly calls attentlou to tbe 'atetory of political affiliation la tht nomination lists and says: "Tho variety of opinions represent ed iu the uom'natlon lists need not'. embarrass electors who .wlah lo put ilisl things first by Inshllut; aojra- mediate relr.rorcemenls for tie Can- adians at the front. By voting for unionist racdldato they will take Ihe shortcut cut to foal and will be running no risks." The Mell and Emplrs: "Let Ihe Laurjer candidates who were nofflU- ated yesterday be given ihe cold shoulder by thp vet era. Men who let tncmselvea be used pa the looli ot ehlrkum Quebftc IB Ihe bands of Laur- ler ought lo oe b'jrliwi under an tial- anche of voloa cast aialnsl The Toronto World, whore W. V. JIacLfzn, M.P., The government supporting this must be rclurued or Canada will ot Ihe.-WB.r., Capl. JlcKen- 'eT, made a slrouR organlzallon wliichHhe abovtS" assoc- i formed and olflcers elect- N'ov. order-ln-coun ell haa been pnsaed prahlhlllng the exppriation ot livestock, ferllllzers ni; various (oodalulfs other than to he'vVnlled Urlilsh possess Ions tnd protectorates. 11 Is provided Iri tie order-In council, however, thai bermllllne Ibe exportation ol is mentioned may hs lesuwl b'y ot customs under.reg" by Ihe.lood conlroller by Ihe governor-general In onMV lo countries In alliance with tWVSrltlsh emplro and having mmlcg In lie European BOAT LANDED fa, Nov. missing boa from ike American steamship Roches kid) sent to the bottom h; i Qtrilin iubmtrine ha Uadefl at a point In Ireland, the hrtaouHctd today men, the only from boat' Boultqn's Taxi AND HEATED CAR Ve are making ft'apeclatty-oC.' ng people to the nls'ut tralrisr ne us early. We won't for-: I to call for you; e Hudson Livery SERVICE ConfecUonery Day GGS Night- 1269 SHOB 1717 for your shoe repairs, Work done i.-omplly. Orders nalletl for anil, de- livered. Frank lilies, 511 -iihAva. South. _____PRIVATE VAN Haarlem'a Prlvale Hospital and Maternity Home. 1S24 7la Avenue Soulh. Ptone 740. UNDERTAKING Dlt. tl. G. racmtwr of Royal Collego o[ Sur- geons. (Eog.) Licentiate Horal Col- legit lowest 113 7lh SI: S. Phone 1019. orators, and Sign Wrlllng. The oldest cslabllrtei LcthbrWue. Kos- phone 1752. brldgo, Alia. WATtR LOCATOR WATER CAN water (or Charles reasonable.' T. t. DaYles, Nobleford. ,-TLECTRICAL, ;