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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST METHODIST PACK SBVEN Of Churches In the More Become Self Supporting Tho financial district meeting of Lethbrlclgo district the Methodist was held In the United Lethbrldfte on Wednesday and Thurs i day of this Hodglns was In the Every minister in the district was Aa the chairman was forced to leave the 1 Crags was The filling 1 ot vacancies in certain offices of the From Zone Comes the news the AutoStrop Safety Razor is helping offi cers to maintain the high morale of tho Nothing makes a soldier feel more like himself than a velvety is only possible with an Because of its selfstropping feature it is the only razor that is always in perfect Price Al Ifdlif rtttM mrfkin tostngc will delivertin AutoSrof Overseas Class rcstslcreil AutoStrop Safety Razor Umlud 8387 Street Toronto M818 Re Hflfl Kvangetlcal secre Ifoh mis slonfcry Bosom Itallstlcal WtftfleM Noth ingcould hotter Indicate rapid growth ot the district thin the rapid decrease of Three ago Wesley church was the only supporting church In the Then Barons assumed naif Last year United Church asked for no grant while this year four others are com Ing to self namely Iron Taber and Lomond Only two fields in the dis trict are asking for a mission Foremost which but for crop failure would have been self supporting and Address on China During the afternoon session the chairman introduced Johns professor of In Union West Mo spohe for a short time on tho educa tional work In China and his address was most convincing both as to the great need of workers and and also of education futtong the At the delegates Were enter tained at a most delicious Supper in the United church address es were made by Hodglns and by Revs of and of A public ses sion was held1 from 8 to Rivers Two newly appointed of mis sions of Southern Alberta and This was Powells first appearance at tho district since His Powell has been in the for the past 18 years and a member of this conference since Its He is a generous and universally He is a man of good public address and splendid executive No appointment could have been more heartily endors ed by the Situation In China The second address given by This was different from and yet more interesting than any heard on West He presented five the life Each picture was most viv idly The home the method of farming most the density of population there wore sections with 1700 to 2300 per square the mode of finally the lack of especially on the part of the women and said that on an average only one woman out of every thousand could read and and that today out of girls of school at tending At the business session was re sumed at which one tern considered was the missionary objective for this Some of the allotments may not seem large but when it is remembered that Taber and Iron Springs are assuming from to COO extra in ministerial they are most The allottments are as follows 13SO United Foremost last year Iron 275 At the Thursday session reports ware Bosomworth pre sented the report of the missionary which suggested a mission ary campaign in the district for three October 6 each minister to preach in his own pulpit on October a general exchange of pul The following was agreed to Pike local arrangements Malley Fore Phillips Bell Mann Iron Cragg H Bos October 20tV the general appeal will be andlaymen will occupy the Pike presented the report Backed bu a reputation TMC CANADIAN SALT LIMITED on social He suggested a greater effort bo made along splrltua ines and it was agreed that a week or so of meetings would he held a ach point In chiirge of the as slsted by Mnlley presented the On accoun of tome Increase of work greater erallty was urged from the to wards the extension This dls trict is asked for Institutes 01 Sunday school work were urged 01 each circuit if to stlmulati work in this Also the and the most strong The chairman reminded ho minist firs of the subtle temptations to letiv the ministry and reminding them their higher and safer AWARDS IN THE Marnoch and judges in Huy at Homo oasay liuvr made UN following 429 19th 511 12th 427 19lh RAT SEVERELY REDUCED tlismlssnl of the Hmrgn brouuhl against Walter an fiivmer In was the decision of Magistrate Inin In This somnwhiit famous case was brought by Pawson Lateral charisiiii that Taugye diverted water from dkcli to his own use Tlio ground for dismissal was that the not organized under theIrriga i lion and thfroforc the not I is likely that a civil action will now be started against Tangyo to rej cover i The case has been of special Inlorj est to the irrigation farmers esist of j the as is the first that j has been LECTURE ON WAR On OIIP of ttiP Interesting lectures on th great war will be given by the gifted Commissioner of Both the commissioner nnil am fommandprs of I he Sal vation Army work of annda Brigadier of will ho in aUeiiiltiiKp tills The sub of Ihii lecture will Lessons from Irent A hearty invi tation is givpn to I lie veterans and public of this Dont miss this opportunity at Salvation Army KAISER VISITS FERDY 1918 TAXES ARE 30Emperor Wil liiim has arrived at says an ofllrial telegram from to visit King Ferdinand of nil last night in taxes liail been paid over the lt the iity This is ft 1IIUO morn than 33 per ot the We will do as well or slightly net tor thiin In first discount period last said Treasurer FleetWOOO to i he Herald Last year th tola paid In during the first period Was slightly less than 40 Tho fact that taxes due are being paid as rapidly as last year Is the heel evidence that a partial crop failure lias caused no appreciable slump in business in the being the last day of the ten per discount lod the city treasurers office at tho city hall will remain open till Bakers Cannot Dae It fhe Manufacture Bread of BOARD NOT IN EFFECT Has Heard Nothing of Order to Resume Service Though the local board of trade re ceived notification yesterday that the Board of Railway Commissioners had instructed tho to establish working tinio table 23 on the Leth brldge the general offices of tho company here have not heard of the and tho only change so far made is on the Foremost line where It does not seem brought home to tin brldge yet that the been cut from seven son a month which lo have bnen iiroplt of lieth iiRar ration has pounds per per N luactically no restriction to 1 pounds per person each which is hull a pound less than the United Stales But the fact will made forcibly known next Monday wlicii an order goes into effect that no person shall uso sugar in cukes or This is a drastic but it is claim ed by the Food Board lo bo needed to meet transportation difficult So far as private households arc concerned the of the now ruling is a matter of hut the who are under must comply strictly with letter of the One local baker informed the Herald that the order would affect the bread for a few clays until a substi tute can be are the substitutes depended It is claimed in sow1 quarters thai if the people of Canada do not volun tarily adopt the new sugar restriction there cards will have to be Intro1 crowd BELAND SPEAK Much satisfaction is being expressed over the success of the Rotary club in securing former who will deliver nil address here on September The local Rotary acting in conjunction with the other Rotary clubs of the are bringing Belaud here give the people of Southern Alberta an oppor tunity to hear from the lips of this tils tinguishert war prisoner just what kind of treatment is accorded prisoners of war In Germany the secondary con sideration is to raise funds for war and charitable work along the line of the clubs In Calgary the Grand theatre has been in Ed monton the largest hall in the city sugar expected to be crowded and in Lath bridge it is likely Wesley church will bo and with Belands reputation as a speaker and tsia story of his experiences that he ias to tell is no doubt that a monster will be on hand on that the mixed train went out this mornj thus reestablishing the twicea week To clear up any doubts as to the railway boards tho board of trade this morning wired the comnilB mision as follows Your wire When is boards order restoring service effective Everything points to a bitter fight between tho people of the Cardston branch and the over the ser viceon that and both sides are preparing to lay their best cards on the table when the railway commis sions investigation gets under JEWS ENLIST IN NEW YORK New approach j of the day of registration of men liable to draft In the American has caused a rush of Jewish men be tween the ages of 18 and 45 to enlist in the Jewish battalion of the British army serving in Since Mon day there have been 400 it was and 350 of them have been accepted and will depart shortly tor training in Canada 59 A Made to Measure Suit FROM ANY MATERIAL IN THE HOUSE Over 200 and finished in the best Fit Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES The ideal month of the season in the Mountain Resort Hotel Rates per day and For full particulars write Board of CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 21914 SATURDAY ONLY Values up to Why notget dependable material and a suit with that made for me look when you can get style and workmanship payment for Opening Splendid lines that will appeal to the girls and boys at values that will appeal to Get Them UVl M llVlli Qpens Tuesday CUSTOM THIRD well fitting lines that are made to The Shoe Man Beside Merchants Bank AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS Sydney Jackson 313 12th Will Sell Household Effects at His Residence SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT OCLOCK ENOUGH BUT BELOW 13 A LIST OF SOME OF THE ARTICLES TO BE SOLD 2 mahogany dressers sideboard china closet dining table chairs mahogany parlor suite brass bed chiffonier secretaire handsome music cabinet sectional book case carpet linoleum kitchen TERMS CASH Kerr Family Grocers and Provision Merchants CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 82408 CANNED VEGETABLES pier Per dozen tins per tin Per dozen tins Early per per tin BREAKFAST FOODS Shredded Wheat Biscuits Krumbles Quaker Oats Tillson Scotch Oatmeal Roman Meal 31 Campbells assorted per tin NEW MAPLE SYRUP Pint Bottles Quart Tins 78 Half Gallon Tins COCOA Breakfast and Lowneys FRUIT JARS per Gem per Perfect Seal per Quart 135 Half Gallon 2 Shoe each finest 1 tall 22 Deep Sea per tin 19 1 2 tin 34 SEE OUR ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON OLIVES per Egg per BUY ONLY THE IT IS THE CHEAPEST NEW SEASON 1918 JAM Raspberry Black per LAST YEARS STOCK per per pail per per pall Waastaffcs Bramble 4s Apple Strawberry per pall Goodwlllies in glass Sliced Hawai Wonder for gold and regular on Chicken per Norwegian Sardines in pure Olive per tin Wallaces Kippered Herrings George Washington per tin 88c reg ular on 2 for Lemon Pie and Cake 2 4 tin Quick Tapioca Heinz Pure Olive large per bottle Pure Seville Orange per 31 Apple per jar Take the guess work out of your buying everything marked in make a personal examination of the dif ferent then you can buy to better 1 regular on Boss Hand per tin Old Brown Windsor Toilet per Toilet Red per box Verbena and Gem per cake Seedless per Seeded Gold Evaporated fancy per SEE OUR ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES the gravy maker Electric Soap per Babys Own per box Tenills Homegrown TOMATOES THE BEST ON THE MARKET Grown Out of six miles from They have flavor that any tomato on the They are uniform in perfectly smooth and free from You will not have any other tomatoes for your Uble or canning If you once try Per Basket Phones 1453 and 1365 313 Fifth Street South Lethbridge THIRO AND SEVENTH ;