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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FUIDAY, AUGUST 30, 101S Of Churches in the District- More Become Self-. Supporting The (UvancUl district meeting ot the LeJIibrldgo district of life Methodtsl church, was held In the United church, l.elhbrldgo on Wednesday and Thurs- i day of this week. Uev. J. -B, llpdglns was In Uio chair. Every niliilstor in the dtftrici 1 was present. As (ho chairman was forced lo Icavo the meeting. Rev. C j K, Cragg was appointed. Tho tilling f of vacancies In offices of AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., uUitoa. district resulted as foltowE: I B. S. secretary, Rev. Jas.- Malley, Burons, S- S. aud Kvangsllcal secrc- ary, Hev, S. Pike, Iron. Springs, ouary secretary, Hev, H, Hpsom- orth, Coaldale. secretary, ov, K. 11. NpVtt- HE couW belter Indtcute rapid growth (he dblrlct tUau IUo rapid decreaxd mUslous. Three ago lurch was the only self. supporting lurch lu the district, Theu Barons ssumetl flclf sujiport- Last year the Jutted Church asked for no grain thin year fpur others are com- ng to self support, namely: Irou pifngs, CoaJJaJe, Taber ravere. Only two tu Iho dts- rlct are asking for a nilsslon grout, (which but for [allure have becu sell supiwrliug) and tetlaw. Address on the uftcrnoou session the ha tr ma n Introduced Mr. Johns I -A.-, professor of mathematics, In Union uulvcrally. Wesl Chlua. lie yoke for a short tfmo.on Iho educa- ion a I work'in Clitaa aud Ills address vas -most convincing both as lo the great of workers and money, aud also of education among the Chinese. At G.39 the eiHcr- ained at a most deilclous supper In ho United church KalK'Shbrl address- ca were made by Mr. Hpdgihs and by LETHBHIDOE PACK SEVEN' Backed bu a reputation dsor le it. THE CANADIAN SALT CO, LtMJTfO on. social service. He suggested that a greater effort be iiipde along spiritual lines ami It was agreed that a week or so of meetings would be .held ut Revs, Thos. at Calgary, and Thus. Phillips, of .Taber. A public ses' a ton was heldv'fr'om -S to 9.30, livers presiding, speakers, Itev. Powell, newly apPolnted-EUpt- of nils- Blons of Southern 'Alberta and Mr. Johns. .'flits was Powell's first appearance at tho district sfncc his "r appointment. Mr. Powell 1ms in .the .w.esl tor the ___ IS years and a member of this conference since. Its.formation. He is a man, kind, generous, and universally; Jlfced.Ho.is a man ol good public address "arid" splendid executive No appointment could have been more heartily endors- ed liy the ministers. Situation In rChinit Tbe second address given b> ilev. Prof. .was different from and yet uiore interesting llian auy heard on West China. He scnteil five .of tue i.Uiere. Each picture, was most viv- idly presented.. The-home the method'of fanning most Intensive, the density o? (tliore were sections with 1700 to'2300 per square the .finally (he lack of education, on the pnrt of tho women "and girls. He said that on an woman out of every thousand could read and and that today out of girls of school at- idinfj school, At 9.30 the busjness'sessipn was re- sumed at which one flem considered was the missionary objective; for this year, abme of the allotments, may not seem large but when It h remembered that Taber' and Iron Springs are assuming from to ?GOO extra In ministerial th'ey 'are most Mr. G H. Marnoch aud Mr. J. Bavrdcn, -Judges Io the "lluy at rlooio" essay competition, have made tlie following awards: Ui. Sanilqtiist, 429 13th Sr. nortli. 2ad, Henuclt, 511 12tU St. C, north. Itt. Ainu-Its, 127 19th north.- 2nd, au-anl. vach. in c oE the taster, as- sisted by another. Uev. JJIB, 'M alley presented the S. K. report. Ou account uT some inci-ease of work greater- lib- erality ,was urged from the S. H, to- ivardu ihc extension fund. This ills- tplcl. Is asked for Institutes on Sunday school work were urged' 'on each circuit if possible, (a stimulate work in this ilcpl. Also the R. S, B.T; and !be U. (5. I. T. -Acre strongly urged. The chairman reminded the rs or the subtle tern plat ions to leave Jfiu ministry- and reminding them .of Ihelr higher anil safer calling! Dismissal of the brought against Waiter Tan ay o. nn irrigation hi: mcr in thy disirlM. was Ibe decision of Magis'ralu Irvm !o A. CM1, court. This soraewlml funions v was brought about by iht IMv.- Latoral association, thai Taufcye diverted water from iho dl [o his OM'U uso illegally. The ground lor disnh'sal was tuat the association not organized under the Irr ,Uoit iiet, thtrefoi'v iho Ji-t not It'l3 likely that a rivil action now be siarled against Taugyo to re c-pver damaees. The case has been of special Later esl to the irrigation farmers cast o the city, as it is lue ftrst test case thai has been made. 1918 IMS ARE On Monday, Seiit. 2. at S.15 p.m., one of the interesting lectures 011 ihc groat war will Le given by ilie pitted speaker, Sowtou, of Bo ill the an- wlte are coiniLiaudera uJ (bo Sal- vation Annv t'anada vrest. Brigadier liny, ol( Kdmuntoii. jill be lo Hcraia in at this t eel tire. The sub- of the lecture will be, "Lessons frosn the Grtai A htariy invi- tation is given ttj dig veterans and public of ibis city. miss this great opoortunity at tho .Salvation Arni> riiadel. Chairman, Dr. Hivera, KAISER VISITS FERDY Copenhagen, Aug. Wil- liam has arrived at IladuauhEim, says an oElk'ial telegram from Berlin, to visit King Ferdiuuud of Bulgaria; Vji till last nlgM in 1J1R had Ueeii paid over ihe counter at ihe i-lty offices. This is a lltljo more thaii 23 per cent, of the Invy. will tin as well or slightly bet- ter ihiiii in tttu first discuuot JiRi year." ?ald Treasurer Kledwood Last year ihe during the firac discount nerlbii sllgliUy less tliau 40 per cent. The fact that taxes due are being paid as rapidly as last year Is tho best evidence that a partial crop failure lias caused no appreciable slump in business in the city. Tomorrow; Saturday, being (he last di'.y of Ihe ten per cent, discount per- iod the cltv treasurer's office at tho rtiy hall will remain open till 4.30 p.m. creditable. The nre follows: Wesley, United church, Goalrtalc, Taber, ai last >ear- llctlaw, Lomond fnuers ?luO, Iroa restprlag service cffecUve NOT IN EFFECT H, Has Heard Nothing of Order to Kesume Service Though the local board of trade re- ceived notification yesterday that Ilie Board ol Railway Commissioners bad Instructed the C. T'. lo working limn inltle No. 23 on ihe Lfelli- bridge division, Iho general officeslof tho company here have not heard' of (.lie order, and the only fib" far inado Is on the Foremost line where the, mixed train went out this' iiiorri- ing, Ihus re-establishing the hs'ice-a- week service. To clear up 'any tlouhU as to ihe railway "hoard's order, tho boarfl of Rakers Cannot Use H Now (he Manufacture of Bread H does not1 seem brought home to ige that Ihe .sugar ration has bean cut from seven pounds per per- son a month; which h no restriction to per jiersoii each mouth, which Is half a uonnd Ics? Uian the UniUd Ktaicis But Ihe fact V made forcibly known next Mohdny when an xoes into effect Hint no iicrson shall uso sugar in bread, or btHtuIts. Thss-fs a drastic onU-r, but It is claim- ed by the Food Board 10 TJO neciled to meet transportation difficuliios. So far as'private households are concerned, the enforcement of the new ruling (s a mailer of honor, but the bakers, ivho are under comply strictly with HIP letter of Ihe law. One local baker informed the Herald Uiat the order would affect the bread for a few days until a substi- tute can be found. Syrup, honey, etc. are tlie substitutes upon. H is claimed in some rjuariers that If the people of Canaila do not Volun- tarily adopt the new' sugar restriction! there Is no sugar cards duccd. -Much satisfaction Is hcitig expressed over the success of the Itotary club In securing Hou. Dr. Jleland, former who will deliver an address here on Friday, Sogttemljer I3lli. The local, notary club, acting in conjunction with the other Rotary. tlubs of the province, are bringing Dr. Helaud hero primarily lo give tho people of Southern Alberia an 'ippor- lutiUy to hear Ironi the lips ot this nis- lingulshetl war prisoner just what kind ot treatment is accorded prisoners of war Sit Germany; the secondary con- sideration IB to raise funds fur v.-ar and. charitable woric along Uic Hue of Uie club's aims. In Calgary lite Grand theatre has teen secured, !u 1-d- montoii the lat-gest ball in the city Is expected, i to be crou'd-Sd in Ijeth- brldge it IB likely Wesley cotivch will bo secured, and with Dr. Reland's reputation as U'1 speaker anil tua story >f his experiences thut he ,'ias to tell doubt that a monster have tu be Intro-j crowd ivlH be on hand on that o. Islon, trade (his morning wired (he comuus- mtslon-.as foUows: 'Your wire 2Slh. When is 5275; Dargna, ?5BO. Reports iAt Thursday _ session reports varo iiresented.-Jlev; Bosomworth-pre- sentied .the report of -the infealonary committee; which suggested a mission- ipalgn In the.districtifor three On October'6-eacKminister 'to prench in his own missions, Oclobtir'13, a general exchange of pul- following i .exchange agreed.to: Pike, United, local JBS, Malley; Taber, B. H.-'WInf'jpld, Fore- most, Trios. Phillips; JWtlaw, A. T, Bell; Lomond, O. -E. Mann; Iron Springs, C E Cragg F roos H Bos out worth. October 20fti, the geucpl apppal wlH be and'laymen will occupy the pulpits. Rev. S. Piko .prcaehied the report KyerytVmg bitter'fight betwet-n the people of tlie Gnrdston antl the C..P..R( over the, ser- vice on tbat-'line, and both" sides-arc preparing, to lay their best cards dr.i the tabla ,when ihc railway coioniis- sjon a i iveslJgation gels uuder waj i JEWS ENLIST IN NEW YORK' New'York, Aug. approach ol the day ot reglsiralibn ol men liable (o draft In tho American arjny. has caused a rush of tween tho ages of, IS anrt 45 in tlie Jewish battalion the BrlUeh army serving in PalfsUno. Since Mon day there have uecn 400 yoluntee" it waa announced, and SSO of them have been accepted ami will depart' shortly {or training In A Made to Measure Suit FROM ANY MATERlk IN THE HOUSE Over 200 and lirtisKed in liie best stylef Fit guaranteed. Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES The ideal rnpnth of the season In the Mountain Resort Hotel 13.00'per day'oiid upw.irlfs. "For full' particulars write Pccrctan hoard of Trade, Uanff. _ CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 21S-U SATURDAY ONLY Vainw up to Why not gel dependable material and a suit with that "made for me" look when you can get fit, style and workmanship i ithout payment for it. THIRD AVE. 9, Splendid lines that will appeai to tlie girls and boys at values tliat will appeal to parents. Get Them Ovens Tuesday Stout, neat, well fitUng lines that are made to weai. Hufner, The Shoe Man 'ifecwle Merchants' Bank AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS Mr. Sydney Jackson 313 12th St. S. Will Sell Household Effects at His Residence SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT O'CLOCK ENOUGH SAID, BUT BELOW IS A LIST OF SOME OF THE ARTICLES TO BE SOLD; 2 mahogany' dresacrs; sideboard; china closet; -dining lable; chairs; mahogany parlor suite; brass bed; chiffonier; secretaire; handsome tnusic cabinet; sectional Look ease; carpet; linoleum; kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS CASH Geo. Kerr Co. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-2403 CANNED Apple ant.-' Strawberry Jam, willies Raspberries, in t Qlasa .39 Pineapple, Sliced Hawaiian ,ZO Wonder Shine, for gold and silver, regular 25c, on sale.. Haddie, per tin 25 Norwegian SardTnet in pure Olive Oil, per tin .25 Wallace's Ktppered George Washington Coffee, peo tin 33c, 88c Worcestershire.- Sauce, regular 20c, on, sale; 2 for Lemon Pie and Cake Filling, Corn, oer tin .24 rfozen 11ns 2.S5 Peas, Early June, tin. .20 per tin BREAKFAST FOODS Shredded Biscuits .14 Krumbles .12' Quaker Oats .14 Tillson Scotch Oatmeal .35 Roman Meal 31 CampbeH'i Soups, assorted per tin -V-... NEW MAPLE SYRUP Bottlei .46 Quart- Tins COCOA Lowney'c Breakfast .10 and .23 VflUIT. JARS, Gem, Pints, per dor 1.14 Gem Quarts, per dot. .'.I.. 1.25 Perfect Seal per Quart '..i.1.'.' 1.35 Hall Gallon 1." Lux, 2 packages' '.23 Shoe Brushes, each .19 Salmon, finest pink, No. Ib. tin 50 Tapioca Pudding, pVg. Heinz Pure Olive Oil, large Seville Orange Jelly, per bottle 31 Apple Butter, per jar ........24, Take ihe guess work out of your, .buying; food, everythina marked in plain fibres, make a persona! examination of the different brands, then you can buy to better advantage. Oonalco, Ib. regular on, sale 47 Boss Hand Cleaner, per tin .11 Old Brown Windsor Toilet Deep Sea per tin .19 Waterglais, 1 Ib. ttn SEE OUR ATTRACTIVE s PRICES Soap, Red RDM, per Egg Noodles, per pkg. 12 BUY ONLY THE BEST, IT (S THE CHEAPEST NEW SEASON Strawberry, Raspberry' and L Black Curranf, per pafl.. LAST .YEAR'S STOCK Strawberry, per pall .96 Raspberry, per palj and Gem Bouquet, Raisins, Griffin's, Raisjns, Bar. .16 Evaporated Pesrs, fancy OUR ATTRACTIVE PRICES 'OH FRESHr FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Bfito, the gravy maker ;t. .10, Electric per pkg .29 Wagstaffe's Bramble ,JeIly, 4s ,t Own box' '.7 .S5 Terrill'S Home-grown TOMATOES BEST. ON THE MARKET i Grown Out tf Doors, ttx Biles Iron LetUmdge. They tinvt i fluvor that exettt tny iamita on (fit, market. They are unifonn In tile, perfectly smooth 2nd free from 'V You will not Have any other tematoei for your fable or canning Cf yoir once' try thete. Per Basket 1453 and COR. THIRD AVE. ANO SEVENTH ST. IIDA ;