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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1917 TIE LETHURIPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEYEJt TO-NIGHT At at the Y.M.C.A. The Assiniboia Music Co. ltd. Arc using the-Official Laboratoiy Model Edison KctTeat ion. The same model is being used In all the tone tesls over thf United States. This Recital is Free TO ALL AND WE WANT TO SEE YOU THFBE SO PLEASE DON'T HISS IT. YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO. FREE TO ALL JS PHONE WEAK Saliuou has returned from a visit, lu ihe coast cities. Miss Stilt and Mlas Minnie A the son speut tliu week end lu Cal- gary. Mr. and Mrs. J. McN'ully bavo Jclt lo spend two uiontlis at Vancouver and Seattle. Mrs. C. R James and little- ilaugn- A. Klelt loll on Saturday lo spend too summer In Toronto. The Conscription Bill Was Mr. QUtl Mrs, G. M'. Allison tuft this morning for Proctor, il, t'., 10 s-ifend u mouth. 1 The tegular meeting of llio Maplo Chajitcr, O. E. S., will be held 'tonight In the Masonic ball. Mr. J. Rtenhnusn of the Merchants' Hank filatt was :i week end visitor In weeks. Kcrulo going up on lifs motor cycle. Miss Sllss D. H. Glayzcr. of ihe otllco staff lett Ihls morning lu i a vacation ul Lakt-s. Mtss C. L. Trecholme and Mlsa A. Fleet IclL ou Buiimiay in summer ID tbe eastern provinces. Mrs. McCalluni's section of IL" Itcbchaba will mci-t tomorrow n'ghi with Mrs. I.ockeiid, room 22. VlcluiM Pastors of Various Churches Commemorate 50th Anni- versary In St'iviccs and Miss Lucy Baw-Acn mot- the home ol Mrs, J. IX Mi-Urnl, 121 ulainnurt tu apeni Hit -.Vctli SrJ Ave. auuth lor ited Cross sewin cnU Ottawa. July soon as the restored without notice by un- to ousomcl today Sir Robert llorden noved lo have restored lo Iho order paper Iho military service bill and amendments thereto, wlifch disap- peared from the order paper oa Fri- day night as the result o[ the house being "counted out" for lack of a quorum, Hon. 'William Pugslcy took objec- tion to the motion without notice be- ine'ElTHi lo Ihe house. Ho said that the notice should have oeen placed on tho order paper on Friday night In order to make It possible for It lo bo proceeded with today. Mr, Tugaley quoted a number of parliamentary Authorities In support ot his conten- tion. Ho said that there had scar- cely boon a day last week when the house could not have been counted out. On Friday night, when Mr. Houlay took exception to the. tichalo proceeding, there m wcro only fcur members on ihe government side of the house. The bill could not be anlnious consent, Iio Sir Hubert llorden asicd Mr. I'ugsley it he proposed to debate the motion. Speaker Rhodes announced that there was nothing unusual In asking for restoration of the bill to the older paper under such circumstances, lie quoted authorities to show that it had been dono oo a number ol occas- ions In tbe Imperial parliament. Speaker Jlhodes said that while ihe question was arguable It was break- Ing no new ground.' In-view of tho fact that no injury would be done to the public. Interest he would rule .that the motion be adopted. The motion was (hen put end declared "carried." Iho bill as a result being restored to Ihii ordsr reaper. Tue de- bate on the Eccontl reading of tho bill was comisirri by Sinclair of Guysboro, N.S.1, who announced that would support Sir Wilfrid Laur- ler's referendum amondineiiU MStlLINGILL The Deputy Provincial Treasurer, Edmonton, "reports tliftt Provincial Barings Certificates aro meeting with B. splendid reception from .the public. Under this plan one may deposit Ills tavlngs and be aure of receiving s good Interest rate vltb the solid secur- ity ot tlie'government behind It, There has been a steady now of deposits into tho Provincial Treasury, the amounts received from Individual Investors varying from 55.00 to sums represent- ing a modest fortune. The average dally receipts continue lo Increase amount as time goes on, evidencing Iho growing popularity ot the Idea. As Iho Savings Certificates Act vraa In- tended primarily for the benefit of residents 'of the Province of Alberta, ilop03tta from oolsldc tho province were hardly looked for, but consider- able sums have been receded from neighboring provJnces. The advantage of obtaining G% and of being able to withdraw the deposit on demand with' out any unnecessary formality nalur- nlly appeals to Investors, especially when Interest Is allowed for the full time Ihe money remains on deposit, however short IL may be. Another at- tractive feature Is the option of having Interest compounded half-yearly, or If preferred, of haying It forwarded year- ly or half-yea i 23 STATES DRY. Waahlnglon; 'July v ty-lhrce states went bone v at nildnlElil last nlghl, tlie ef- fectlve hour of the- IlectI amendment prohlblllng ship.- mont of Lquor Into any terrl- lory "5 inasufacturc or salo other stalls arc partially at- .fected by tie legislation, .which has been lhalled by teraner- arice ndvoites as Ihe great- cst single litcp toward aboil- lion of lha liquor traffic in Mr. II. McG, YOUQK leaves today for lih home near Montreal, having re crlveil worrt that his mother Is very Mrs. C. E. Carberry and her sister, Miss M. Wilson have left to tpcuu a leiv days in Medicine llat enroulc to spend the summer In Ontario A very successful lea and panlry sale was held on Saturday afternoon by the Junior W. A. of St. Mary's churcli in the parish, hall when aboul J20.00 was made. The Eocial lo be given by tho Great Veterans' Association which was post poned last Wednesday will be .held tomorrow night in the club on First filrcet south. There will be dancing, cards and music. a Dr. M. M. Uunsworlh returned on Sunday morning Iroin Ihe Northwest- ern University, Chicago, 111., where ho, received the degree ot D. D. S. Df, Dunsworth, who Yjp held a perfect record at the university for Ihrea years, will be associated with Dr. M. J. Gibson. Ptc. E. Ilolberton ol the Strathcona Horse, slaLltme'd al Winnipeg; 1 IF few davs in the with .July accond. Coiifcilernliuu and C'auatla's fiftieth blnhdny, fittingly observed in the churvhes uf I (he city on Sunday. ser- vices irorc at which tlie suljj'.xi of C'onf operation approached from many viewpoints, ;ui'l MIP run- (itunula of the various presented In ;L most lutcrc-siluB man- ner. Al VCnox. At Ivuox cliui'oh Rev. R. Iiurns I'lvc c brief akcMi'U of t'aiiinlu's liis- since the time ol CluimiiUiln to present day." Mr. Hums dealt In detail v.ltli tin provisiutis from to time lor the French ln- of Canada alter (he llrllkh occupation. Tliesc, ho ttiouRht have proved to be luo penerous as The members of Die G. 1. A. will inllui-ncc ot the church meet tomorrow aUeruoou al 2.30 at Is uniloubtedly r'LO B cxte-nl for inu trouble ihoiu lhtf moaSUTC. Mrs. Maxwell's section of the Ile- bekphs wlH not ineei- loalghl, Hie ued for inccdng Uas bccu Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Smith and Miss Hulli Anilcrson of SasXatv Lchcc If Eovcrncd more like tlic on Page 6. Read it over. You will find news to your advantage. provinces where Hie govern- Lion llllGnt l3 hU powerful, not Uic church, have arrived U, the city, tbey! Have had a very dtffcr- i the i Tho Sir Alexander Gall Chapter I. O. D. will be lu charge of Ihe lea room at the Hudson's Bay tomor- row alternoon for lha last tliuo until September. n -FIIAME Miss Kva Gcorglno Frame, daughte; ol .Mr. Jnmca Krnnie of Ihl9 city wat- marrled on Saturday evening to Mr James Gordon Campbell, formerly of this ctly wto Is now a member-of (lie sales department ot tlie I. H. C. in Edmonton. The ceremony was ner formed; al Knqx church, Calory, by Her. A. W. Ft. Whltcman1. Mies Minnie Kern of Cnlfiary attended the bride and .Mr. Caryl Snytler of Edmon- ton was Iho licst-ninn. Following the ceremony a dainty wedding supppr was served al the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kern, 6iS 22nd Avc. West. -Mr. 'and Mrs. Ganipbcll v-rill be at home lo their friends nt Edmonton after September 1st. i A quiet buL; pretty wedding looK place. Ihls moaning at- ten o'clock al SL Angustin's church. rwhon aspect. At United Church. Flcv. E. J. Ilcilsins nt ttic Unite! cliurdi, North Lcthbrldgc, sketched i'Cry clearly the ovculs In t'.ie past hat lej up .to anil Hie encountered tn tlie bringing iboul cf confcJcrallon. Canada Is composed of a jnust cosmopolitan people, yet Uirougli Confederation and the co-operalivc powers of the irovinces we arc able iu a very short time to turn all Iheso people luLo loyal Canadians. st. Augustine's. Special EervlccB wero licltl at St. at which Rev. Canon Murrel-Wrlght- gave a splendid ad- drcsa on the posslbililiea Confea- erallon as Ihe means of binding to- gellier the nnllona o[ the world. To do this, however, It must be perfect- ed al home In cacli colony, the em- pire as a whole and then when the nations .are ready It may be applied tr> them. The mayor and commis- sioners attended the service Ic Iheir official capacity. Si. Cyprian's. Rev. W. V.' McMlllen at El. Cyp- rian's gave a concise sketch of Can- ada's past history and showing the tlio nation'! history. V o v ihWBTtZ, DITGEtcd OU Lobb, of (he Tho German _rir.______ Mounted a charge of al- templing- to brlbthlm, was commuted for irlal before Humphries, J P., st the prom'Jal.polfco.cpurl to- day, la error, la; Hernld staled on .urday that liQirat implicated In a clinrgc of linvlng prohlbiicd period i In hla pcssffcloh. As a matter of fact this chart rests against Hungarian, Kolczp', .who has been remQudetl on ball _ :tzr while ictcd by H known in Hie city lalcly transrerrert the Slratchona Horso from' the N. M. P. aflcr sialloniid or some lime in the YuVon. 1 t Dcsplle (be warning of ihe coming given in the recent issue'oflhc, yc Opener, the marriage on Salur- ay of" Mr. R. L. Edwards, Us and eilltor, and Miss' Kale 'eiiman was qutetly celebrated, nn rlLnesscd by trlenda, on Saturday afr crnoon at Mount Hoy a I college, C al- ary. Rev. Ur. Kerby performed the eremonjr. There were no attendants, he bride was very preUy and harmtns in a smart (raveling suit or avy blue, -with a leghorn hat. I.ater Ir. and Mrs. Edwards left for Van- ouvcr, and will spend their honey- moon at the const. rcranndcit on ball tyr (rial In A. B. Hogg defcndei Schwart ANOTHER LOAN Waahlnelon, June treasury department today jilaceil an additional tlO.OOO.OOO to the credit ol England, maklnK total loans to Great Hrltaln for war purposes of SoGO.OOO.OOO. This makes a total ;of loans to the allied countries ot oss defcndei Schwi seciitlnn wi condui the pros' W. Chu: MOVES BAClirO ATHENS Salonlhl, July lAxhc provisional government, which established hero nine montbX aro by: IPremler Venlzelos and his was merged on Saturdaylnto the Icsa EOTcrnment of 'Jnltcfe Greece. Thi officials of the p'rofclonal" govern metit hnvq left SalonU for. Athens. Delayed White kid Bals cnanipl heel and .soles, (o hnnd ing. THIS WILL BE, TO CHANCE SECURE BE, THIS ''9UMME> THESE VERY LAR SHOES IPU- SEE THEM EARLY Clearing tfJ 1 O Price q> 1 W. SHERLOCK DUILDINO Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. wel1 N-'T- Macleod, well of Lethbrideo, was united Jn.marriane lo Mr. Thomas H. SlcCready, Thm. out the various conditions at by tbe payment nt uhlch must UG eliminated lie- i of to Belgium and n perfect tonfeilrnitloii will re- ODii.uC1') to Porlugal, This territory of When this Is done the future square miles fibould be ad- foro suit. ot tills country will be illimitable. Baptist Church. Ilev. C. A. at iho Baptist church gavo a splentild address bas- cl on Confederation and dealt with Its relation io Iha present conflict In Europe. Tlic aim ot Confeaerallon Is thai of nationhood and Can- ada is slowly but surely drawing to- wards that end. At Wesley church hymns were sung commemorallug the event. mliitsicred slou. by an American, comrals- FREE TO ALL. Don't forget tbc Edlsoii Diamond lscIlecKal at (ho "Y" tonight, pt S-30.' 171-1 U. S. AS TRUSTEE FOR CIVILIZATION London. June that Ihe United States should govern var- ious disputed lands as the trustee for civilization are being advanced .by European publicists with Increasing frequency. The destinies of Palestine, Syria and even the Suez canal have been thus arranged by enthusiasts. Joseph Wedgcwood, who was on the alafl of General Smuts IL East'Africa last vear, proposes in an ai title In the Nation lo giro the United Stales the largest order yet Trained. All German African colonies, Mr. Wcdgewood says, should bo' relation between Hie two, went on to vrilh the Congo Free Stales and the The original and genuine treat- merit for chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints. for free copy of "Universal Guide to MRS. WM. FRANCIS, Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st St. Calgary. On Sunday, June 10th, MY. and Mrs. Jnmcs Perry, well known old liners In the Lcthbrldgo district, clcbrntcd their golilen wedding at heir homo on Ihetr ranch on the Dig low river, (h.ose present spent i very enjoyable day. Mr. and Alra. 'erry recelvetl many costly prftaonta rom the family and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Perry came from Chasetojvn near Weils all, Staffordshire, England .0 the United Stales In iSGft end from .hero to Alberta In 1S84, Mr, Perry walked Hat to Lcth- go with of men to open up llio Gait mines. At Lhul time the was freighted by water In atcam- from. Dant Head, Lcth- rldeo, to Medicine lint. A few years inter Mr. Perry started ranching ami Kt present 13 one of Alberta's most prosperous ranchers. Al Iho.ages ot 72 and 70 this grand old couple both .halo anil hearty, enjoying the best of health. They lui'd a largo family of 12 children, eight now" alive, six sons Find two daughters, the eld- est son, Jamoa R. Perry, farmer, gay Lalte; II. Perry, farmer, Hurdcll; Ebcr S. Perry, rancher, Tab- cr; S. C. Perry, now al tlie front with' the 30th P.atlcry C- P. A.; J. Coral Perry, rancher. Grassy Lake; Arthur H., looking after hla father's ranch; Mrs. Alivo M. Davis, oldest daufihlen living on n lhlirldgo, and MTB. W. F. Hopkins, HnnUevllle. They also liavc twclvo grand chlldrca and two great grand- children. only..son of Mrs. S. A. MuCready, pt Bowiiianvlllci and" director oi the Tied Cross Drug anJ Boclt Co. The ceremony wr.s perform- ed byjfHev.. in {he 'p'reaonCe of-feiallves and close friends 0[ the anil propm. Tur bride; wearing a 'stjalliili suil of bronze green gaberdine, the coat opening over a blouse ot cream} Georgette and lace and a most''becoming'hat oC white silk straw with pala pink Geor- gette and trimmed French blue .ribbon p.nd two pink roses, cntcrco the church on Iho arm of her father' who save her awny. The bride's] lowers were a shower bouquet o' Ophelia roses and'.palest pink swcel peas lied with pink malme. Miss Nora Maclcod was her sister's jrldesfnnid and wore a prclly frock of flowered pink and mauve Ebtitles, wHli a pannnin hat edged with pink and (rimmet! wilh pink roses and foliage. She carried deep pink sweet pea'g and 'terns lied wilh' pink mn1inc.: Capl. C. Mac- Kenzle was the groomsman. Wed-llng music ivas played by Hie organist of Iho church. Directly after, llio ceremony the ivocldlng' parly molbrcd to (lie bride's home where a dainty wedding break- fast wns served. A handsomely dcc- ornted wedding cake and Ophelia ro9ca, plok sweet peas and eypsonliel f.i dccdrntcd Ih6 bride's laMe, while garden flowers were on the srnal7 quarteUe lablca. Mosses ot while peonfca'nml coluWblne: adorned Ihe rooma. Tho groom's gift to the bilde was n ha ndsomo diamond and plallnum lavclller, lo the brlrlesmald he gave i a pcnrl and diamond brooch nnd the jbcat man he gave gold cuff links. mothcr'woro n becom Inc gown ot botllo green satin and Georgette crepe with black hat Irim med with white osproya and a corsage bouquet of Ophelia roses. Mr. and Mra. JlcCrcady left by motor to speinl two wceha In" Ilic Wlndcmcro Valley and on Ihclr relurc will rcalde. at 50G 14lh Strcel South. Mrs. Frco" Rhodes, of Plnchbr Creek, cousin ot the bride, Mrs. 5. j, Scott, of Coaldale, amit ot the bride and Mr. J. F. Macleoil, of Coaldnlc, uncle ol the bride were present at the wedding GET ACQUAINTED TRIP TO MANYBERRIES Special Train from Lethbridge WEDNESDAY, JULY 4th Lethbridge 7 Manybcryies 11.30 p.m. Rctui'uing. Big1 Fare for Round Trip Leihbndge BaiuViu AUeiidancc Adiiiissiuu IVcc to Gronnds mfleeh Chrlctlan Vr'cJnoiday 3 Icstlmony meeting. At Penlecc-atal Mlsalon Tuesday at S p.m.. Prayer and The Worn. Thursday, 3 p.m., Special calling 'up- on Clod for the tjapllsm of the Holy Ghost. A hcarly welcome lo ell. At United Church, Tonlglil at II o'clock, mfellng ol the stewards In tho church. 3 p.m., a-.ocllng lo thV ladles' aids will bo held fn Thursday coining, Ice cream business mcaltnfe In tlio clmrch. Tlmrgrtny ftl 3 Women's Mission Circle will meet at the parsonage, corner 4th Avo. anil 12tn street south. All Ihe women o[ Iho re Invited. At Knoit. The colleclori Tor aysteraatlc glv. ng tor tlio Lndlos' Aid will cull diir- nK tlie week and tho convenor of tho committee will lie at Che scliool room on-Thuredsy nl 3 o'clock (o receive tho collections, as iho monthly meel- Inga Imvo been discontinued during July and Friday at S p.m'., preparatory service. NcsL Sunday, Iho sacrament of Iho Bupncr Mil ko dispensed st Iho morning (trvlcc. Chrliltin.Cllureli. Tuesday nt 8 monthly business rteptlrjg a-E' soctHy ai homo of lira. Cnli Sth 3t. '-a.t'8 social will lo licld on the gronndj of tho church. Baptjtl. Church. 1 f'.mf "q it chllrch.' nl 2'.30 p.m., monthly, buslncii- mcetlne of Ladles'. Atd-Sodelj- ol homo'of Mra. Whit- .4th St. Boulh. Frldny, nt 2.30 p.lrt'., lowing al Tied Cross 'rooms.' Safeguard Your Health by Drinking .CRYSTAL DAIRY MILK II Jtnrt and scientifically before dclivci-crt in sfcrilixcd bol.tlcs 'and ntirltjVJs-rihvays buy.Ci-ystal .Dairy Milk, you jreTheiiifh insurance. ;