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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIUnSDAY, JUNE 1, I Di THE LKTIIBRIDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE CUARAWTHED BICYCLES .innollily -is built -rtvice. I'rl C.CM. Model .047 j .Dill) j I j New York Boston I W Canada Cycle Motor Company Limited.. Toronto. Sl-A ;Sl. 1-uulK H FOR SALE BY D. E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH 407 5th St., S. Phone 1032 Second Hi. Chicago.............. 1 Allies. .Mi'EidowH and Sea ion. I'iidumt and Ai'irher. d Wingo; Miller and A 7 111 S C Wyckoff, Hush and Miting. and Xi York......... Philadelphia........ Uenton and Uariden; Burns. INTERNATIONAL Won Lost KIDNEYS How They Relieve OF FUSES is Hardficld, X. "It affords me great pleasure to con- j vey not only to you but to all suffcrm j from liarknche and Rheumatism, the i Prt. j great relief I have obtained from the use j .0151 of Gin Pills. I feel thankful to von. I I ,_ _. .615 recommend Gin Pills to evcrvoiie suffer- 1 Hllffhcs Said He Knew Nothing .59f ROBERT M. Giu Pills are 5oc. a box or 6 boxes for at all druggists. Fret sample im request to 33 4 i National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto. Of He Would Run War Differently Takes Two Out of Three Falls At Graeco-Roman Style of Wrestling Control Methodist Church Centres in Ec- clesiastic Circles FHOM FlIO.Y'i1 PAGKl though the power may be prudently wielded there is no justitk-at'on for Spokane. May Taylor or Spokane defeated Gua Kervaras. burly Greek from Grand napids, Mich., at the Auditorium last night, two falls out of three, at ihe Gracco-Homan; style of wrestling. The bout was full of thrills from start, to finish, and the slim crowd that attended tht- mati-h .Newark went away satisfied. Montrea It, was Taylor's first venture out-: Richmond side of the catch-as-catcn-caff wrest- 'Buffalo ling style, but after the first fall he'Toronto gave Kervaraw more than he had bar-' Rochester gained for. The Greek entered ihr- ring under the impression that Tay-; lor would be. an eaay victim at his own style, at which lie; Kervaras. is jl'rondcnrc recognized as the second beat in tiie country, and the first five minutes of Ottawa, .May Sam on the .stand yesterday stated that of all the i men In; had got information from. j lison wa.s thy only one who hail j complished anything for tlie empire, i When asked if Allison had recently any thing for anyone directing lilt- war. General Hughes said: "I am not directing the war, if i were things i would move a little differently." Que.-iUom-d .about Allison's share of I V oakum's profits. General Huyhes said j he did not know anything about It was not his riistoin lo stick nose into the business of other peo- j pie. Allison had gol Yoakum, tadwell j anti iiassicK together at his reijtieKt. j Allison had told him that he (Allison) the existence of such a state of af- j had addressed a letter to all manu- fairs. It Is not British, and. said the j faeturers with whom he was doint; ;speaker, the Anglo-Saxon people pre- j business telling them not to make any j fer the fiounderings of a democracy j allowance for commissions for himself. I the more exact government of fa-! General Hughes said he had advised' ivored professionals, and (he findings I Allison to take a small commission j the masses of the laymen of the I on British goods, Allison had Ben-, :1 i church regarding church government 1 timehtal reasons against doing so. but i more likely to be nearer the truth he had told him that other agents j than the judgment of- a few expert j were taking commissions, ministers. Recruits Wanted Filly Moro Men Wauled for 0. HI, R. Battalion his number is. nliuiiiicd ilic I'kh overseas. ('oiimillllieille in' ire ITniel. MKIT. SWIFT, London. May vote for the The general stated that iiis policy i salary of Earl Kitchener as secretary ihougl't the ling rules Dcmetral might have won the fall. At the time rolled out of the arena Demelral was on top. Palmero, Car-! with which have been produced before the commission." General -Hughes intim- ated that certain- documents had been secured in. an improper manner by parties connected with'counsel in the j room. I Sir William Meredith expressed ihe j view that the matter should be in-1 vestigated. j Mr. Carvell rose to say that the lot-! the ters came to him anonymously through I where 1tae in -Tanuary last. He had re-; "preparedness" must bo taught. Chris-1 ccim] hundreds of letters in this man-1 tianity is the great-humanizing r- at home he explained they were being trained with a view to being sent abroad. "If Colonel Churchill were to inves- tigate this matter." he said, "lie would sec (hat large reinforcements are about to he sent out." the COALDALE Coaldale. May Lea, Enrnuni. Wyoming, is visiting Honeysett and Brown families. Fred Norton is confined to his home i witti measles. A. Mitchell and Rev. l-'awcett are day school to the end that, there may be more Christian workers to help assimilate the thousands of newcom- i era who come to Canada's shores year after year. And the basis on which j the structure must be raised Christian home. That was ence. Its progress has been marked since Christ was on earth, and he Sir William Meredith said that the statement made by Mr. Carvell was a j Mr. Tennant referred to Colonel attending tho Methcdist conference in Churchill's recommendation tlial large j Lethbridgc. bodies of troops be drawn from Asia j B. fa. Pawson attended the stock New Ministers to be Ordained Into Methodist Church Sunday FR1AR ROCK WINS NEW YORK CLASSIC [Minneapolis August Belmont's Three-Year-Old Colt Has Good Lead In Suburban Handicap P I'ntll Engle and Xew York, May Carrying iifl Land. pounds, with Jockey Gainer guiding him, August Belmont's three-year-old colt. Friar Rock, by Rock Sand-Fairy Gold, -won the classic suburban handi- cap at one and one-quarter miles over the Belmont park race frack today in the excellent time of 2.05. IQmil Ilerx's imported Short Grass, an aged hor.se. with 117 pounds up, finished second, two and one-half lengths away and three lengths In front of the winner's stable conipair-j ion, Stromboli, 122. pounds, which wo'i this a year ago. StromboJi beat j The .Finn a length for third money j j ter and Gossett. I Kansas City......... Slapniclta and Mayer; and Berry. wrist lock. Because of Dtmetrai's wicked rd r rV ,J V iverr -.atisfactorv one Mr Carvell At nine o'clock last the he not on Mthodtat .ay.nen in session were 5 tics in the first bout the CornhusUer Ojwent alter his man with a vengeance The Greek never Steelier pinned Humphries jju the second fall, had a chance, and 1 four points of his body to the mat in er progress provided Christian homes provide the "timber" to carry on the j i5 good work. Mr. Bull summed up by presenting a motion to be carried to the Albe'rta conference, "that ws ear- aestlv recommeml that more prayer- jful time and thought be given lo 2.37, making the two falls in 9.10 (Christian militant development of -V '.V :T Previous to the main bout Judge chjldrcn the nome- in the Sundav Oueub, Douglas anu j Sabbatll ol Chicasr presented Steelier !school and the communityt -Uld tha't with a diamond Elk pin because ofjeffortg be made to establish Home I his .services rendered in the Chicago Prayer Leagneg as m, aid to this NORTHWESTERN EIk Benefit a few evenings previous. ;ThQ resolutiou .was unanl. All games postponed, travel- mously carried. ling and rain. nm I i .j j- Officers ot the Laymen s association FIFINELLA LANDS ANOTHER jof the Alberta conference were ap- and, ten lengths away Sharpshooter was .fifth and Hauberk was last. pair coupled were fa- vorites In tho betting. The Finn and Sharpshooter were next in demand, while- Short Grass was fan- cied and Hauberk waa the outsider. BIG RACE Foremost, May portion of the south country has been enjoying the most thorough soaking it has ex- president. Cleveland club, has authorized the statement that the engagement of' .j. Tris Speaker involves an outlay of. Dunn says that ho paid 000 in cash to the Red Sox for er's release, also a bonus of to the player for signing a contract. opeaker will receive a salary of I 000 a year, while the release of'Pit-.'. j clier Satin Jones and lufielder jas, who were turned over to'the Red Sox as part of the b'ig deal, were val- ued at Oimn contends that the purchase of Sneaker was a case of sink or swim. Having paid Cleve- land franchise, another losing' team meant a 'big deficit at the end of the season. The acquisition of Speaker, therefore. a shrewd business 'move, according to Dunn, for the rea- son that the Cletyjlands are drawing larger..crowds at, homo and abroad for several WALLACE AND. DUNDEE DRAW Providence, H. I., May ono of the most furious fights licrc, Eddie Wallace of Brooklyn held Johnny Dundee to a 12-round draw tonight. It had been agreed that if the boxers were on their'feet at ihe end oC Ihe fight it was lo be called a draw. Newmarket, Eng., June Fifinella. winner of the new Derby stakes last Tuesday, to- day finished first in new Oaks stakes, substituted for usual' Oaks stakes of. Salan- second and Market Lethbridge. j pointed yesterday afternoon as fot- jperienced since its settlement in E. Bull. Calgary. Rftin started to fall on the H. Wycherley, evening of Mav "21 and-since then Frank. A. G. Barnes Edmonton. Corresponding j. TL oi-a was Girl third'. Seven horses start- ed. The Oaks stakes was for three-year-old fillies and the distance was about one mile and a half. v C1 COULON BEATS MURPHY Xinv Orleans. May CoiT- lon of New Orleans was awarded a decision over Jimmy Murphy of St. Louis .at the ond. of a lifteen-round bantam-weight contest hero hint night, j Murphy 'WHH credited with but 6ne round, I Offered in so pleasing a variety of grateful fruit flavors ADAMS' GUM makes it easy for you to select the very flavor you will most enjoy at any time. Comes now in the new, convenient package containing five good-sized sticks. Each one wrapped in wax- paper and tinfoil. The outer wrapper of each package is a valuable coupon you will enjoy saving for Regimental and College Shields. Your dealer has Tutti Frufti In the five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS into the earth, seeding of oats Considerable more and flax will result pnring the evening session Mr. Cummings'of-.Calgary read, a very able paper on the development of the lay forces of the church, and regretted that the men of the church seemed j to be too much interested In their ef- i furls to wipe out church debts to en- j ter much into the devotional side of church.work or to help in the social! side of tho church program. This was a great fault, lie thought, and he ad- vocated the organization of the lay- men Cor other activities. This was followed up by Dr. Stanley, of High River who told of the formation there of a local Laymen's association which j helped in missions. Sunday schools as soon as the farmers can get on the land. D. Chown D.D.. general superinten- dent, of the Methodist church in Can- ada. According to an age-long cus- tom in Methodism the candidates for ordination will give a gist of their religious experience and call to the ministry, at a public meeting to be held on Friday evening at Wesley church. The motion for the reception ofUhe candidates will he made 'by the -sec- retary of conference, Rev. A, D. Rich- ard of Macleod, and seconded by Rev. S. W. Fallis, of Central Church, Cal- gary, who will address the young men. The choir of Wesley church will be in attendance at that service. One of the candidates coming up for ordination, Douglas Hastings Tel- fer. has the distinction of being the first minister to be ordained by the Methodist church in Alberta, who has secured his degrees of Bachelor of Arts. Master of Arts and Bachelor of Divinity at our provincial university. Geo. A. Hipkin. B.A., Kdw. Long-j Teranty Hannochkt is a Ruthenian. mire, Ernest, Davidge B.A., R. Egbert who has completed five years o[ study Newman, Geo. Ed. Graham. Win, Berry in preparation for work among people BA., Douglas H. Telfer, B.D.. of his own nationality in the northern Vernon M. GHbarl; B. Robi. part of the province. Ritchie. Teranty Han- vitc-d into the ministerial conference and the first joint session of the con- ference was held when Rev. E._ E. Bishop of Calgary, secretary "the committee on church survey, report- ed on the rCBiiit Of HuSStionaira sent out to the -ministers of the prov- ince during tlie year. In making His report Mr. Bishop regretted that the ministers did not seem to under- stand the object of the survey and the J replies received were very incomplete. The result was that conference .decid- ed that the survey1 should be .under- taken again this year with perhaps a change in the questions so that for- eign communities might be properly surveyed. Those to be Ordained During: the afternoon ministerial session decided that the following showers have been so frequent that' should be received into full connex- the water has not had time to soak j ion and ordained: 1 monds, Geo. Ritchie. -Teranty nochki, Richard H. Parry, The ordination service will "take 1 place in the Conference Church on i Sunday morning when the ordination j sermon will be preached by Rev. 3. Probationers to be received on trial: Percy Boynton, Edgar J. Staly, John Thos. Elston, all of Medicine Hat dist- rict; Fred Stewart Warren. High Riv- er district; John Ross Robertson, 1 Lament district. The AUicrla branch of the Method-1 ist Women's Missionary Society will I hold its annual convention in Wesley church on Wednesday, Thursday and j and immediately j Und other such work. Tlie associa-! following? the conference. Ladies will j tion decided lo adopt the suggestion be present, from all parts of the pro-j vince, and the convention will be of and each of the. 20 districts the province will be urged lo follow this great interest. Among its features will be a ban- quet from 6 to Wednesday, to lead. Jt was decided aieo thnt the ladies of the church should be elect- ed to these local associations with full Ibe given by the Wesley and estmin rights with the men." Ister auxiliaries. That evening short The next meeting of ihe: Laymen's association will be held the chair. it the call oE THEY MUST BE IN KHAKI According to the governors of the Amateur -Athletic Union of Canada, professionals and amateurs may meet In competition without endangering the standing of the amateurs provid- ed the competitors are in khaki. Capt. Dan McKinnon. formerly one of tho best known followers of the harness racing game in the Maritime addresses will be given on China ami .._... Japan, followed by an illustrated ad- j ara urging you to join them. dross by Mrs. Magrath of Edmonlon, The choir of the church will furnish music that evening. An auto drive-with'reception at the home of Mrs. C. R. Daniel will be en- joyed on Thursday afternoon, and a public session will be held in the evening. x THE SHOES-1': CANT WEAR AH Because of a "Touchy" CORN UT you cars wear them, Madam and now. Simply place on that corn a; little Blue-jay plaster, and never Jigcin will you Tssol it. In two days there be no corn. It v.-Hl disappear; for good. Millions of women know that. They don't pare cbmc. They don't use old-time methods. And they don't suffer. When i appears thcy.end it. Wi Gregory of Ottawa, will com- mand the militia camp' at Vernon, H. C. Fred FnUou's neck is too long for Provinces, if nnw itnmniandiim ofll- him to ever be a champion. In order cor of the ilGtli Mattery at Frederic- to succeed, n fighter should havo ton. 'about as rnucluieck as a bass drum. Corns arc needless since Blue-jay was invented. So they arc absurd. You can prove in one min- ute atof corn aches. You can prove in two days that it ends them forever. Wcn't you? 15e uid 3Sc ;