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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1918 THB LETHBRIDGK DAILT JfKRMH PAGE THREE L �� TO REV. MR. INGLIS Magrath, Sept. 2G.-The inclement �weather of Tuesday night interfered with the congregational social arranged by the' members and adherents to take formal farewell of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Inglis, who are leaving the, town shortly, but those who turned out were amply repaid for their efforts. The well lit church, the glowing heat from the stove and the good fellowship of those present were a decided' contrast to the gloom prevailing outside. ' Mr. Baxter, whose loyalty to the church, dating from his infancy, took NOTICE I HERKBY notify that on and after the 24th of September I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by my wife, Marguerite Zonilo. (Signed) WILLIAM ZONILO. 243-4 NEW IsioTOR SCHOOL FOR LETH-BRIDGE WE WANT 100 MEN at onr-t to learn to operate and repair automrbiles, stationary and tractor gasoline engines; day..and evening classes; we train you by actual practice; our own tree employment office will help yo'\ choose a position after completing, as, chauffeur, mechanic, tractor engineer, or transport operator; special rffer to first 10 who Join us; write or �all for free catalogue. the chair, in tne course of a reminiscent speech alluded to the changes which had taken place in the town and district during recent years. The church had benefited by the cleanses, and today was stronger, more aggressive and in much better shape to carry on its work. Not'a little oi the success was due to iVIr, Inglis wh'o had performed many duties with the utmost care and v/ho had brought the church up to a high state of efficiency. In a short time the church will be free of all debt. A short programme was then submitted1. Among those contributing were Mr. B. Tanner, T. K. Roberts, Miss Crandali, Miss Anderson, May Hood and Mildred Moore. At this stage the chairman presented in the name of the church a beautiful cake basket. This was suitably acknowledged by Mrs. Inglis who iu a few sentences thanked the people fo- their unfailing kindness. Mr. Inglis Blso expressed his indebtedness to 'ho people for" their sympathy and co operation, without which nothing could have been accomplished. For greater efficiency in church work there must be conviction, concentration, consecration. At the close refreshments were served by the ladies. \ HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL ,Brauches. at Kdmonton, Saskatoon, "fee-v gina and Winnipeg, i Old Palace Garage, 2nd 'Ave/ S.. Lethbrldge, - - Alberta. _ 231-0 LAND FOR SALE Replying Mention Tlia Herald) WITH THE Y..M. C. A. > .j. .j. .*� .j� �j� �> *5� *! �** In the six months ending June 30th, 1918, the total sum distributed by the Canadian Y. M. C. A. among the units of the Canadian Corps in France was approximately $80,000. This sum represented 0 per cent of the gross daily takings in the Y.M.C. A. canteens in the corp3 area and the distribution among the various units in the division is made according to the ration strength of the units. Accompanying each monthy cheque for the proportion of receipts returned to the units is a slip of paper on which is printed: "The Canadian Y. M. C. A. trusts that the troops to whom thes-3 comforts are distributed can be made aware that the'articles come from the Association as part of our regular service in. the Field, which is made possible by donations from the people of Canada and through profits on our canteen operations, and that the articles are not a Government issue." Writing to Capt. W. B. Hurd,' senior officer Y. M. C. A., 2nd Canadian Division, France, Lieut.-Col.' G. J. F. Murphy) O.C., No. 6 Canadian Field Ambulance, acknowledges receipt of a cheque, and expresses the sincere thanks of all ranks of his unit for the money. "We all sincerely appreciate the excellent work you are doing for the comfort and amusement of the troops," writes Lieut.-Col. Murphy. "In using this money in rations and comforts for onr men, they shall be informed as to the donor. With regards to the contemptible article which appeared in a certain paper, I "would beg to ((ay on behalf of all officers and other ranks of this unit that we trust the Y.M.C.A. will take no notice of this inasmuch as their good work-and general utility to the army Is too well-known to us THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Sec'y Veterans' ChuY 1 Phone 372 CANADA^FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-0jli. ;