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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE} FRIDAY, AUGUST 1C, 191S SON-M-EAW OFJPA'S iy Wellington (From Our Own CcrrosoondenO Raymond, Aug. a largely al Jended mass meeting of. the penplo o: naymond held la'sT night at the cal ot Mayor O'Brien lho Board ot Trade was reorganized and delegates were named to meet tlie.C.P.n. offldala and mike suitable protest against the pro posed change in Irain service. Tho usual trip lo Lethbridgc whlct can now be made any day will requir two nights and one full day under th proposed schedule.and people very re luclantly will give up Uie privilege o tho dally mail. It will hurt more tha all the food regulations combined. Representatives from' Stirling wer present and wished also to register kick Mayor O'flrlen and W. T. were named as delegates. .The Taylor Slake conference wa held 'at 'Kayproud on Saturday Sunday' last The meeting house wa packed with.people.'The roads wer good and the' automobiles parked o tho grounds made some vcry.interes ingipiclures tor Mr. Dowen, f-i phot Richard'R. newly a pointed apostle in tho church, w succeeded Apostle Hyrum 'M. Smi who" died' recentlv and John Wei I'ywho P.'MIJIe'r.ln.'l were'preterit." A largo part of their Instruction -was lhat good homo conditions should lie made amMhat childr-n should be and trained In all good. High Mddats'in honor and virtus and patriot; ism'and menial culture -Jionld he held up before them "every day at tlie home circle. Their" religion .Instruction shculil not be lett to the church. organizations. Aposlle Lyman explained the folla- billty'of nil men .which explained how many'errors have crept into religious instruction In all ago- but Ihat-.Cod-is intailahle. He changes not and 1115 purposes will finallr be consumatei! that is all done by means of men who always" use own individual ily and agency. V (Special Warner, Aug. strong protest as presented lo Superintendent Cam- ron of the C.P.R. when he passed hrouglf Warner tills afternoon on his -ay north, regarding' the proposed hange in the passenger train service n" this branch. Unions' those who resented themselves .at. the s'unorin- endanl's private car wero J. H. S. Gordon, C. Eagan, G. II. Burke, J. H. Glynn W. B. Veale, S. Tenney, W. Mlsensolis, P. W. Krcd- T. M. Williams and" several others. There was not'sirfflclent time tor the views of the Warner business nen and farmers to be'properly pre- sented, but the feeling -here was par- tially expressed'by Mr. Gordon who said that not only would the lack of a daily supply of fresh fruit flnii-vcge tables as well as fish which tho gov- ern ment has 'requested the people to use work a great hardship to the peo plo ot the district but also the Inabillts of the merchants and dealers to obtaii repairs as required with "dispatch tend to'causo loss and delay to the farmers In their harvesting and seeding opera tlons. Mr. Cameron started to repl> to the brier remarks of Mr. Gordon b: saying {hat whilst he appreciated al tho inconvenience-a'nd loss'which the curtallmcnt'of, thfe'train .servjce might same time'.lhe C.P.R. had lo'lpok after themselves and guarii hemseives'aEalnst-lOss. went1 on o quote figures showing that this-sta- ion had shown a decided loss as corii- jared with' the previous years. We mdcrstand that protasis 'were employed by Oie department who was not a member of the union and lo have mado certain remarks lo him which wore construed by the chief as being contrary to departmental dis- cipline. HONOR LATE ACTRESS New York, Aug. hun- dred members of the theatrical pro- fession paid tribute lo tho memory ot Ml-s Anna Held, at the funeral ser- vices hero yesterday. The casket con- taining the body ot Hie actress was draped wllh tho American and French flagsr THREATEN STRIKE. St. John, N.H., Aug. strike. he marshal! call through his mega ihono, "People attending the danco onight at the paviliion, will be pro- ected by the Mounted Police." Liter wo heard that o lot of drunks liad chased Iho dancers homo Ihe night DCfore, and we thought we had pio- iiibidou in Alberta. on Ih6 New Brunswick Power Unes, comprising tho entire street railway system in this city and suburbs.- is threatened unless the cpmpany ac- 'i ..nnflllafinTt ihil moved hU .Btoclc waAs ,here.' He has j Mine vMnh I antl. nOUSSIIUm guuua ultle. accompanied by torrential rains wmcn [0-Art swept'tover .tho city and'ils ;vidnlty 1 ar- abouir dusk'last rijghl. 'jived 'from England la'sf 'I iiii.' n'f' Hrfihks and REFUSE PERMIT. London, Aug. Ip.-r-JU's. F._ Sheeny- comes along tho feeling was, expressed that Oie'CUMl. and Its wealthy holders' should "sh aro wl th the p eopte d of the hard luck. rcanadian. Tress Reuters Limited.) Montreal, following Jelter has'ljeen serit to Field JIarshal Halg King George: "France, Aug. 13 Dear Field .Marshal: At tho begfnnln'g'ot tho fifth the 1 again have ili'e pleasure of be- ing with my armies.. Writing to you r-h0 application has, been ap- o! the Toronlo board of trade, O. pr0ved by W. D. Ilardie, Jlayor ot the'oldest'grain-dealers I city oH-ethbrldge. _ in Canada.'has heeft Appointed1 by'the grain supervisors as the local repre- of that body> All .questions regarding supervision, loyally, will he rcTerred to Jlr. Ellis. SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A .Rooming'House and con- tents in good locality. Doing a good business.'.Will sell for rea- so'nahlo price. vAPPLY TO JOS. FERDINA, 7th St. S. opposite Gait Gardens or F.'A. ROGERS, 645 13th'Street North Phoi.e' 1155 202-6 Ad'D. Telegraphic Briefs WOULD, FIGHT BESIDE 1HIS SONS. "PrirlsV Au'A njioscvelirs nswcr to condolences extended by resident' POIricaro on tho death of ieut. Quenlin Roosevelt Is publlsheil y tho "My only Iho colonel wrote, is thit I am unablo'to-fight: bcslds jy sons.'! DRIVEN OUT 'Jfarsdold, Augi lersons were driven out of their rooms :arly today by a fire 6f unuelermincd irlgln which destroyed the Riverside lotcl, a trarnO flames ,pread so rapidly- that no.no, had. time o savo .their personal cttccls. A resi- dence nearby burned and several cottages threatened -TARDleU .DECORATED Washington, Aug. Tar- French high' commissioner to the Unlfcil Slates, has received the Bel War Cross in recognition bl his services .while serving .wjlh tie French troops near Yjlres ftt the beginning ol tho war, says an Official message to the Belgian legation today. TROUBLE IN POLICE FORCE AT COAST Aug. 'siispen slon ot Constable George .Walle, pres the' policemen's union.whlc! was ordered this morning by CMe Mcnao has .caused considerable Mir a headquarters lho otiicer is allege City oH-ethhrldge. _ STEVE SAWCHUK, Applicant. Jo hnvo ono ol the men PROMJNENT MAN DEAD. Toronto, Aug. at prominent -citizens, O'Hara, vice president of the Colonial Invettment and Loan Company, and president of ,the tirrn 'ef'O'Hara'Stock. Exchange, 'died late" yesterday. NEARS THt EfiD. Paris, Aug. Agen- preliminary inquiry Into' case of, ei-Prernle'r Joseph Callliux, charged with treaton, MHI Is rearing in end, according to.the Temps. '.M. Calllaux preba-, bly will appear before the senate a> a higher court. WHY.GOLFERS LOVE LADIES Up-F6ur eri Red-Faced AUTO LIVERY courteous service. Cars suiloblo for any weather. Special.rales to steady.custom- ers or'long trips. Day 1448 Night 787 Dr.A.T.Spankie "M.D., c.M. EVE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. 8th Are. and 2nd St. Bast, Calgary. Oflico Phone M2S48 'Residence Phone JI2077 Interne and Surgeon, Manhattan'Eye, -Ear, aiid York City, 1911-1914. I Specialist io Calgary School 'Board TO FARMERS AND OTHERS; Having recently returned from tho front I have had my auction- eer's license will again lake in Southern Alherta, .where 1 am well-known throughout the couu- herehy solicit your, sales. Results artf my best.adverllse- inent. Phone 1692 Yours very CART. GEO. P. PORTER Two'old la'ntes were .wandering abont'on'a golf course. "1 think they must be sort of a game one of them said 'This Is the fourth ball I've picked up1' Theri foiir very angry people rushed up ani lonHrmcd her suspicions These are on a par with the old ladles who heard a man (ell a frienrl fie had gone round the local course In "I don't think Mr Jones always' said ono-of-theifl severely.. heard.him sav he KM gorlo nronml Ihe course in '41 Why? that's absurd. He could scarcely walk across Ihe nursery floor at that tine GREEN FEED FOR WmTERING CATTLE We. are prepared W fu'rnlsn Farrhcra and Ranchers with any amount ot Green Feed (Frosted 5 Wheat) baled and loaded on cars for shipment.'south or fields In try for feeding on the ground. ,Can place large of stock for winter feeding'In Ed- monton, Beaver Iliver and Peace River Districts on shares and .the season. We can sell your.cattle sheep for you on tho best terms available. ..For Prices and Terms or phone. Do it, now, aa the season is short and tlmo files' Mercantile Exchange (20 Tegfer Block, Idmonton WZZ f 20112 DRAYING All WestemfransferCo, LlmlUd OffW P.- B. PHONM 11" Nursing I Mission I rroni tuberculosis-tested cows, -Anyone jcqultlng such mjlk ba.blcV.may do so dally, The milk is freo to Ihosa who cannot pay for It, and at cost AUCTIONEER Long cxpcrlctfto In stock ani farm, inacliinery- Sales conduct: ed in any part ot'Alberta. P.LAVALLEY For' bates 'arid RateV 'Call The Dowsley Land brldge. Phone 1909 Elliott Sheet Metal Works v Expert Hot Atr Furnjw v Work T Phone 1713 WO 8t S. I SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY 'NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL" CALLS, LETHBRIOGE HOTEL', CLOSED CAR PHONE 1S24 L. A. H. Roosa Transfer We meet ill trains Day and w at Depot, or Phone 1IE9 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th ,St. S. Prompt >nd Reliable Work" Dene at DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER ;