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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta row WDOB HBUXP Dei-alb DAILY AND WEEKLY A orovnl at In and a nuniWir of Stake officers from Raymond, Vsre preMct. Tiie oml dent of the Pelirf Socltty, Toouier, The Jleidamei Toomcr. M cer. Stake" O'Brien, StcCarty, ilri. Scovll, All- red, Mrs. King and J. T. Henlnger. A TOCI! duet was given by Mrs. Bab- cock and Mrs. Wood, the Home Beanttfal." Very good and ilmelr lutrucUont were Tho Boy Scoutj went on a "bike" last week.' They Journeyed to St. Mary's river. About U were In the company. They were clsperoned by Mr. and Mrs, Alfton. They all report a most enjoyabld trip. A very pleaiant trip was bad by all those present at the home o( Mr. and Mrs. they entertained in honor of Private! j. Hamilton. He, re- turned some ago from overseai, but bas-been '1n a-roltitary hospital and now at Granuin. to Magrath list week and, tt being birthday, -was pleasantly aorprlsed by a number ofhls friends. All report a pleasant evening and wished Private AICKED UP IN' 5SING PA IOKTBK BUSY UAN W. H. V.'eloerby. Hallfai, broker, Is deid. Pincher Creek veterans will hava cluh Quarters very soon. The War Vixen was launched at the Oanadlan Ailis-Chalmers shipyard at Brldgeburg, Ont.' Oeo. A. Anderson, a prominent St. Thomas citizen, former chairman ot ihe Board of Education, is dead. the position some returned soldier who hai been Incapacitated Croin the pen termance of labor. '4 .j A tornndo rated eleven barne In Carleton couutj', N. B., near Floreuce- and Cenlrevllle, Tqlejraph and telephone lines suffered badly, i John Potler was fatally injured. Robt Oldman seriously hurt, and Mrs. Gallery and her two children suffered from shock when a boiler exploited In a che'eso facjory near Joyovllle, Out. The recent British victory .loan schema amounted to It was aunouncedl by J. Austen Chahiber- laln, Chancellor of the Exchequer. This exceeds the amount previously an nounced by J. Benson, a'returned soldior, fell off a derrick at Victoria Park, Calgary and W. M. .Rose, crown, .prosecutor of Woyhnrn, Is entering the. law pjirm of Knowles. and Johnson at Moose Jaw. The Medicine Jlat library board hai Hamilton many happy returns 'of the reieaBea from service Us lady assist day. iMr. Bers Elllngson spent Sunday In yagrati visiting old acquaintances. FARMERS' PARTY IN .SASKATCHEWAN way to France; is .combitthe misjforiiarj! to to.estab- Hsh of goods ;and 'add a per.-cent- as a maximum profit. Strange names and unfamiliar to 10 public in general, such as Kolchak nd Bela Kun, have been in the lime- ght TCow cornea Demkine With he last it is, fis1 the Scotchman would ay, a case of J'dinna ten" "ffho ail' hese gentlemen are. With the'increase1 in the-price of milk following the increase in the price of cJty..-waier, somebody is bound _ta> that the former is only the natural" sE-q'nence of the latter. now "tilling" the "position" ot barber, vacated-iy Jlr. Haielwood. Brant_hotel, which was closed early in fho; spring, is opap again, un- der the management of the "proprie- tor. Sir, >Vm. B.C. The.-.ciosiHE of caused coDsiderahle incpnvenienVe the travelling public as wejl as town in general. Mr. Eschvfig has .also fit- ted lip a ball in connectioji_with the hotel, for'darTces, entertainments and as a picture" thea- Ire. The hail was -baitly needed: In Brant as there was no place for such" occasions Messrs. Johns' and' McKay, nrc now occupying their new been fitted up as" a" post "office, lephone central and.office. The building formerly Id some'time ago to AVL- Hi Urqu- irt, who intends u.mg it ia'connec on tvith. his general store Payment In pensions to disabled anadian soldiers and "dependents iounted to for-14 monthK 'KBG1NA, Saat, Aug. 'of the 16 constituency polit- ical organltatlona supporting the farmers' platform are'still In tessloo here. To-day'e business concerned details of organiiatlon. Thomas Sales, who attended a similar farmers' polit- ical conference at Calgary, the methods being adopted by that body. TAKES COPY OF PEACE TREATY TO TOKIO A WARNING ;THAT IS TIMELY. in the position to sell hay ire; as generally regarded in a com- ziercial irorld, in a happy, one. With drouth'-conditions, the price of hay has become a record one the law of "apnly and demand which is neld to regnlat4 commercial trans- actions'thia record price tor hay has been 'reached. No one -Rill grudge the for: hay the which the en lanced price the commodit} leaves tieni in. But at-the same time, it is only a rea onable warning that they should not make.too much of the sit- uation bj trading on the neces Hieo of their less fortunate! brethren. With the. greediness that is. part of our fiuinan nature, there ia bound to be Inclination towards .this procedure ty holding back hay in order Hat it jnay further increase Inipnce Such A -vsife succeeos her deceased band in the provincial legislature oi Saskatchewan J Thu is not otly a graceful compliment to the dead legis- lator tut a proof that the_ euuality the sexes has come to stay. The Post 'Office .'clock, growing In years, is now pursuing the even teno of its ivays without attracting adverse ommenL It has-evidently" sown it ild bats. -Will H continue on it ood behavior' Time wilf tell It is a common report that certai sooseholdera keep their hoses fo watering their lawns going all nigh Vhat arc the city authorities doin stop this-wasteful use of wate under present conditions? VICTORIA, IVUG. first pf ficial'copy of tho peace, be conveyed across the Pacific to Japan ahoard'the Nyk liner Fushlm which is scheduled to leav Victoria Aug. 5, on her returning Toy age to Yokohama'.1 The copy, it i understood, has been entrusted to thi care of a special courier who Is en route from Paris to Tokio. nt librarian and Is advertising for a accessor, with ft view to placing In elsorvGra- Outside ot Winnipeg, the town Bumside Is ihe first comRiunJty in Fire t wo hotels and to bave a store, at Ca..elman In Buisell county tee ta lhB ot near Ottaiia. Thos. Allen, who was arrested In Windsor for burglary, escaped through hole which had been chiselled through two feet of concrete out- Elde friends. Illinois department ot agriculture claim, tho Five1' packers have In cold storage over So.Sll.OOO pounds of beef, .pounds ot pork, pounds of bntter, and 300.- eggs, would smash prices. What Piano Is an elusive corubina- I lion ptrfjch case work and finish- found only iu the higher grade instruments and reachlpg Its.best in the.famous old MASON The 'Mason t ItiBCh is sold direct from "factory to'homa." Sold on easy terras. Ask for style booklet, .'MASON RISGtl, LIHITED Balmoral Block "The Home VlctroU' ANGLICAN Or. R.v. St Chorck 11tn stfMt and Bth'Avt, goirtK Carxn W. V. McMillan. Mr. Banner, Leader. Organist and Choir Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Brenlnr Prayer, 7.30 o'cloct. Sunday school at 3 pm Holy Communion Ist, 3'd and btn Snndayi, 8 a.m, 2nd and 4th at 11 o'clock seryce METHODIST Wesley ClinrcK Chu. E. Cragg, B. D, nth 8L S. Phonei: Paraonage 4O4, Church Study 408 Claude L.A.B- Mua. Director Union Services with Knox Presbyter- iaS church for July and August. During-July morning service in Knos, evening" service in Wesley, and conduced by Rev Capt A H Denoon Bible School at 12.10 p.m. LOOK INTO PRICE OF SHOES WASHINGTON, Aug. Uon directing the.'federal trade com mission to inquire into the Increase in the price pfi shoes, was reported out to-day hy.the'house inter-jfate commerce commission. Shoes That Are "Easy to Wear'' And "Harfrto Wear Out" Will be the result of your visit to our looking for footgear We have a, large stock of Shoes in-widtia which per- mils u- to fit your feet as they should be fitted" giving you com f fort as well as more wear Oui men know how to fit shoes Bring the Jamlly to ns ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES AGES W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING "ST. AUGUSTIN'8 CHURCH Cor. 2nd Avt and 8th Street South Rev. Canon I) E Murrell-Wrlahl, M A s f Rector. oly Communion First and Third Sundays at 8 a.m. orning Service at 11. o Evening Services, nrst three. Sundays, iny August, ser- vices taken by. Ilev. GJ Isaac, fourth Sunday, Rev. S. Ripper. .ector'a" address, 1548 Haro Street Vancouver. At the Experimental Farm the be on irrigated land have been very bus In "one hive honey to "the eighteen 'pounds was gained in one With Ihe-pnsture it will afford. procedure would "in all (he circuhl Malices inlquttious one It necessary to so style It lest there be tiiose who will be tempted to.adopt il one expects that the men wbn have hay to should be eiact philanthropist a and public ,beneta tors There Is such a procedure ,a3 piaking hay the sun illlng tho pnce'ot >ay, however, there of the situation wMch the shrewd should bear In zolnd It Is that'in making the of hay.r.prohibitiTe, farmers will lie forced to sell their stock. Looking; to the. fature this means that the market for hay will be made smaller, In thiClhere lets consumers Tills ie a' commercial phase of the t Situation wbtch should not bs lost ;of and 'he will give to the bee industry, irrigation-will literally make Southern Alberta a land of milk and honey. THRESHER BELTS WE HAVE A LARGr! STOCK OF CANVAS AND RUBBER ENDLESS AT SPECIAL PRICES TO THE TRADE. J. B. TURNEY fco., LTD. PHONE 755 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 1245 SECOfjD AVE S BAPTIST First Baptist Church Corner 9th Street and S, Rev. F. Dafoe, Partpr Mr. B. Jonei, Director of Choir PRESRVTERIAN THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev E J! Hodslnt, B A., Pastor 1271 St'h Avt. N.' Phone 165! Choir Leader, Mrs. If. Jackson. .0 a.m.: Junior 'choir practice, 10 a.m, Boys' Dept ot the Sunda School fn-lhe HalL 11 a.m.. morning service 2 o'clock, Beginners and Primarj de partments of the Sunday School m the Hall 2 o'clock; Girls' Dept. of the Sunday School in the Church 515, Adult nftit of the S S in tho Church Bdng'service Evening sorvics. Rev Mr Buchanan will preach morn Ing and Kndx Chiireh Corner 4th'Ave. and S. Rev. Cant. A. H." Denoon, pastor. E. F. orgihftt and'cjwlr During July and August-Knoi and Wesley churches unite'' th.eir sor vice's. In July services In' Knot' church 11 Wesley at 7.3D p.m. Ir August in Knai church at 7.30 .p.m.-and Wesley al 11 10 a.m.: Sunday' School. 11 a.m.: Klnderfiarlan and Beginners' tiopartmont. mr. p. u. r( oveninF The sefrlcea and Th thclLord's.Supp-r ins will be in charge of Rev B U mn morning f and CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street a. Bundxy .11 mm Subject "Love" Sunday at the.close Athe Sunday, morning service TeiUmony laj at reading room l> open daltf sent Sundays and Ictpl holidays from 3 to m iwhere the Bible and author Sderncejliterature may read, borrowed or purchased Tha public cordinllr Invited to at temi the church to visit'tha reading room. 1 Copejand, .fonnerly..a Presbyterian now a-layman. Morning Subject: i'MyjBospel." Come and see''what'you think of. It. Bveilng Subject: We _Mako Ovt Christianity Effective for To- THE" PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF COD Cor. 2nd Ave. and ,5th St S. Moose Hall HIglnbotham Bfock Sundays, 11 a.m. and 7.30 run- Wednesday at 8'p.m.: Prayer and 1 The'Word Friday at 8 pm Prayer Meeting THE BLOOD Of JESUS CHRIST, GOD'S SON, CLEANSES ALL SIN A Hearty Welcome To-All ST. MAR'Y'S CHURCH North Lethhrldo- Matins at'11 am Sunday'? School at 3 p.t Adult Bible Class 3 p.m. Evensong ;.7.30: Organizations: Girl Guides, Monday, S p.m. Boy Scouts, Wed, 730 pm Choir praclice Friday at, 8 p.m. Members of tta congregation are welcome at the choir practice. Revj Stanley C. n'lnrier. 617 12th SL A North. Christian Cliurch Oliver L Curtit, Cor. 3rd Ave. >nrt Wh'.Sl, 8. Sunday School at 1030 am All on time. ,j' Morning Subject 'Can We Honor Ctirlit Wlthout.the Chri stlan Bndpavji r, at: 6.4 5 p.m. ed Convert Outside of Jerusalem All members ot the church .are re- quested to be present at Hie mprnlnj' service "on of Important business CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (Undenominational) Baptist Church, 3rd Av> S There'will be no rneelmgs during the months' of July and August. Neit meeting Sept. Tlh, D.V. Svatch-for NOTICE Ministers arc reminded that church notices should hand- "ed In before o'clock Friday to enaure Insertion, as this paper goes to press early Sat- urday. morning. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrs Hamilton, C O 11 a m S and 7 30 n m Sunday School, 2pm Monday, Thjrsday and Saturday, 800 pm Public. Meeting All Welcome "PENTECOSTAL, ANO FOREIGN MUSIpN '205 13th Street North Rev. C.' Paster. Sunday 10 30 and 7 45 p 11 All mem o'ers are asked, to .take notice of the change of timo for BOLSHEVISM CANADA, The relolulion passed by the Board Trade, at Its luncheon on Thnra- of Cattle ,to be -.t Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market V, -_ i-..-iir -_. L I_LTLJ _ ri ..'_ ----r S Phone or Wire: WATSON RANCHING Go, LtA Phoiie 1846 iethbridge ;