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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 101K K DAILY PAGE SEVEN MILADI IN THE FlfeliDS WITH Tlio little cares fretted I lost them ytnterday Among the fields above the Among the winds at Among the lowing of The rustling of Die Among the singing of the The humming of the The fear of what may happen I cast them nil away Amongthe cloverscented grass Among the newmown Among the husking of the Where drowsy popples Where ill thoughts die nnd good are Out in the fields wltli Barrett ind before leaving all joined in sing ng They ArcJolly Good and Auld bang and Smith were the recipients of many valuable and Useful show Ing the esteem In which thny are Tlioso present were nnd Mlases Nollle nnd Mnrjorlo and and and and McNab and Jamoh CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ff ft ff ff ff PEfTSONAC Buchanan left yesterday to visit in Miss Minnie Hazel Is spending a holiday at the coastal and Claude Hughes i visitors in Taber this Baker of Coutts was a visitor in the cily last Miss Mildred Nimmons returned this morning from holidaying in Proc Miss Vcra Underwood is visiting hi tho city for a short time en route to her honio in Miss Crandall of is visiting 12th B Miss Margaret McKillop left this afternoon for New York where she will go into training in Lukes hos and Misses Agnes and Myrle Ollagan left at the be giruiing of the week to visit at tho Among names of Lethbrldge vis itors at Proctor are also those of Mrs Allison ttncl daughter and Miss Hilda There will be no meeting of the Thlfltlo sewing circle ihis The of the United church will meet at on Thursday after Thn Fled Cross sewing meeting of the Christian church will be held on August at the homo of Farrow instead of Wednes day of this The Adult BiGle class of ho United North purpose holding an ice cream social In tho church hall on August Proceeds to be used for charitable The annual picnic of the United church Sunday school will he held tomorrow afternoon at the exhibition Baskets should bo brought to the hall at one oclock and auto mobiles will start from the hall at ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff THIRTY KILLED July per sons were killed and nixty others Injured by an explosion of munitions at on says a Central News dispatch from The munitions were be ing transported from the rail way station at Shimonosekl to barges In the They blew up while a crowded train standing in tho BIG LINER ASHORE kitchen su mail service stenographers and telephone At the Strachau avenue branch of the Air Force there are about 100 girls filling jobs which were a few months ago held by They are engaged in repairing the fabrics of the wings and painting the parts of the imi and are provided with over alls to do the Some of the units have replaced practically all the mnle clerks with July At todays ses sion of the Great War Veterans con the Colonel requested lie delegates in tho hall to rise and remain standing for one minute with bowed outof respect to our fallen com The first business inl report of the committe Investigate the charge on up was the appointed to iiRiiinst the SOCIAL EVENTS On Tuesday evening a few friends mot at the home of and 732 12Uh B the occa sion being their silver A splendid slipper was the Kiiests being waited on by the two eldest daughters of the and Miss Nellie After supper Shaw in a few words proposed the toast of the worthy wishing them long life and The evening was pleasantly spent in singing and games GENERAL Members of the Imperial Order Daughters of tho have daughters serving as nurses or as are now entitled to wear the This mat which has caused some discus was settled at the recent con vention of the National Chapter and the members of the order who are qualified may now wear the war clasp for Nurses are entitled to wear the clasp provided they are members of the Tho bar of the newclasp is to be thus differing from that worn for male relatives Among the in Canadian girls are found who are giving a good account of A graduate of McDonald was em ployed last summer by the British Government to gofrom farm to farm judging the quality of hay in stack and estimating the in the north of England an Ontario girl has broken the speed record in a munition The only one who can hold her own with this girl is a who is considoreda pro The Royal Air Force now employs a largo number of and their employment would seem to be firmly Women are noV filling the positions of paint Evening Citizen today publishes the fol lowing The Citizen understands on high authority that the restrict ions on the use of bacon and hog products in Canada are on the point of being as a re sult of a cable advice from End minister of when spoken to about the report this preferr ed to make no statement at pres but Intimated that the mat ter is before the food board for PAPER WIENllll July manu facturers yesterday appealed to the Federal Trade Commission for increas ed prices on newsprint as of May 1 June 1 and The American news papers publishers association objected to the hearing contending that the commissions function as arbiter on paper prices was pending a decision on the manufacturers ap peal from the a hundred weight price fixed by the commission and ef foctive last April Without passing on the publishers the commission decided to hear evidenco beginning second The committee reported that as Com rade Shanahan wait no longer a mem of the Toronto branch of the asso on account ot his failure to pay his he was not entitled to bold office on the Dominion Tho committee advised that the whole matter be decided by tlio A motion was made that the report should not be concurred Heated dis in which several of the dele gates concerning the na ture of the evidence against Shanahan Three distinct view on the question of membership found a wide measure of support at the morning the three policies advocated were Extension of membership privileges to all men who have served in the in England or and who have been honorably dis membership to those actual service in CALLS FOR HELP Asks Boats To Take Off Passen Valuable Cargo July fnel Ing her way through a dense fog early this the liner Can ada Captain drove ashore at the entrance to the straits of Juan Do on the Amer ican The exact location where F liner struck Is one mile to the south of Cape Tho big vessel piled on tho reefs with considerable force and Is taking water in number one and two That the position of the Canndn Mnni Is serious Is Indicated In the following wireless message flashed to the const statlonn and delivered to the local RIthet ind Com pany Canada Maru went ashore In dnnsn fog at nine oclock this morning onn mile south of Capo Taking water in one nnd two Dispatch boat to take off Sent Assistance Immediately upon the news of the stranding being tho agents made arrangements for the dis patch of the salvage steamship Salvor and the British Columbia Salvage Companys vessel left early this afternoon for tils scene of the She is expected to arrive alongside tho Canada Maru about nine oclock The Canadian naval patrol steamer Galiano and the United Stntes life saving steamer Snohomlsh have also been rushed to the assistance of the stranded In her cargo is a silk shipment val ued It is the passengers may be rescued by boats from a lightship located only five miles away from the scene of the The something you get for noth ing is probably worth but the poor tea you buy cheap is a Drink BUBfflBBQN TEA and net value Special to the Herald July The three little Limitation of who have seen Associate membership to those who have seen service in Kngland and in eluded membership to those who have seen active sarvice in Several hours of discussion failet to produce any solution of the prob strong arguments being put forth by the respective advocates of the three The supporters of all three seemed to be in about equal etrength and the matter was finally disposed of by referring the resolu tions to the committee with instruc tions to draft three one covering the wide open one the closed door and tho more moderate These three resolutions are to be returned to the convention to be voted on In the P7FPHQ PAPTIIPF ULLUnouAnUKi Seize Two Russian Warships And Sink Steamer Bom bard the Port July Capture by CzechoSlovak forces of several cities In the Caucasus mid a Black Sea where two Russian warships were seized and a steamer is report ed in tho Austrian semiofficial news paper according to infor j mution received today by the Czocho Slovak national council The warships guns were turned against the port of Novorosisk where they were the newspaper but no details as to the damage done wore Cities captured included Slrjebriakev and Michel while it was said that the operating with Rus Theres Pure Nutrition and BodyBuilding Nourishment in Crystal Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the upbuilding of childrens They should be urged to drink it freely and It is the most beneficial food for babies and growing Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and It is bottled by scientific methods in a hygjenic dairy and is clarified aad ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY The CRYSTAL DAIRY PHONE 1576 sian White had occupied While no additional information has been officials of the council said there is nothing improbable in the newspaper account as the Czecho slovaks had boon held prisoners by tho Russians in the Caucasus and They were inclined to accept the report as entirely auth entic since it in a semiofflc ial Austrian organ which heretofore has been reluctant to admit any suc cesses by the July reports regarding the presence of Ger man troops in Moscow have reached the state From one source comes information that Nikolai Lenine the Bolshevik has admitted that the Germans are sending troops to guurd the embassy while reports from another source deny The department of state is informed that a certain number g guards are in 8 years of an old timer of died m a result of falling girl berry pickers who lost in the woods on the side of the LIssard Range last Friday and who had to spend the night in the were found Saturday forenoon and returned to town at Chief of the Provincial Po organized a party of searchers as soon ns the news of the children being lost was received in town Fri day and the party spent the of th night in a vain search for the returning to town about three oclock Saturday morning with out any tidings of the lost Another party of searchers was soon out on the mountain side search ing the soaking The children were finally located a shack belonging to Contractor where they had found their way early on Saturday after having spent the dripping night beneath a hollow stump of a tree which partially shielded them from the rain which hardly ceased to fall during the They were brought to town and aside from the discomfort of their ex perience they seemed to have suffer ed no serious A which accompanied was faithful through it not leaving the children at any The who had been In such were overjoyed to see the little said wanderers not being sad at the eight of home and friends once Annie aged Gene same and Amelia aged were all familiar with the berry field having been out there but the darl lowering clouds and the wetness of the underbrush seems to have be wlldered them and they got out ol familiar ground and lost their bear Church The long looked for consummation of the union of the Presbyterian am Methodist church congregations o Fernie has at last effected ant only the election of the local govern ing boards from the two old congre which are to govern the United Church of Fernie remains to be effected to complete the amalga mation of the two bodies into The result of the balloting for af filiation with one or the other of the two until final church union has been waa the sel ectlon of Methodist th vote being one hundred and thirteen to twenty in favor of Methodist af The Presbyterian church will b used only by the united church to worship and the basis of an agree ment between the Fernie Publl School Board and trustees of th Methodist acting in the ir terest of the United church has been ai river at by which the Methodist church will be altered so as to make room for four rooms for school purposes tha schools being In need of sucl room to accommodate the increase attendance at the public and big schools of the A congregational meeting of the nev church will be held next Thursday evening for the election of the loca boards and the last step to be takei will be the selection of a now pasto for the of the Methodls resigned pastorate gpm weeks ago to go to Saskatchewan t be with his family through sicknes during the remainder of the confer enco and of Knox has also resigned his pastor ate to the accept the secretaryship of the military work at Ed tbts is left onen July 10 Russian provinces occupied by euton troops bring reports of con tantly growing hatred among the asants for the In the iclnlty of conflsca on of foodstuffs by the led o two uprisings by the In he latest of these uprisings the peas nts had been Informed by someone lat American and Japanese troops ere to help This naturally did not laterialize and the uprising met with Isastrous A number of the easants were executed and all the manor houses In four whole townships ere razed by the Germans as an ob ect according to word readi ng In the Pskov it is e Germans have confiscated all the oodstuffs they can carry away ex ept for a small allowance of grain or German New July political mportance is attached to reports rom Bolshevik sources that there le decided revulsion of feeling against he Germans among the Russian peas ntry by Hans Vorst writing in the ageblatt of Berlin on July a opy of which has been received He says that the same peasants who nly a few months ago could not be ept In the trenches are now reported o be in a state of MAY INCREASE SUGAR PRICI New July in crease to the consumer of one cent a pound in the price of sugar is indicated in a state ment issued here today by George chairman of the International Sugar Committee after a conference with repre Bentativea ot the Cuban govern Sugar authorities of this ff American governments will ff moet in Washington next week to decide on tlio 1919 DOUBLE WAR July of he war taxes on admission of places if amusement and club was de Ided upon today by the house ways nd means or a new pastor who should find a Ine opening for most effective work n this Both the retiring pastors lave the good will of their late par sbioners and carry with them the cindllest feelings of their of the Baptist here is also preaching his arewell sermon to his congregation having been called to a wider ield of work by the governing ot his What action will be taken to fill his place has not been and the union fever may spread beyond the confines of the two church congregations already DEFENSIVE ONE July are ready to conclude an honorable peace as soon as our opponents renounce their hostile plans aiming at our destruc tion or said Baron Von Austrian In presenting his cabinet to the upper house of the Austrian ac cording to Vienna He according to the that ae far as hie central powers are the war is a defensive As in so in Austria will not stand he Our al liance with Germany is a real affair of the heart and will deepen under the influence of There is nothing menacing In this the warlike contents of which were forced upon the central powers by thair oppo nents and will cease as soon as they extend the hand of Lemon Juice For Freckles Glrli Make beauty lotion at home for few Try Itl Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best frecklq lotion and complexion beauti at very small Your grocer haa the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few Massage this sweetly frag rant lotion into the face arms and hands each day and see how freck les and blemishes disappear and how soft and white the skin Yea It is John Barleycorn Takes a Back Seat THE scholarly Osier has declared without mental reservation or equivocation that neglected and decayed teeth bring about more disease than even Old John who has long held the champion ship legitimately be charged with having Do YOU stand accused of keep ing company with cronies more by far than the re doubtable Old Good teeth are a Our mod erate fees make them possible for you and should you dread a dental Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY QFFiqe116A EIQHTH AVENUE EDMONTON OFFICE3 CRI9TAIU ;