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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LETHHNibCE DAILT HERAIJJ SATUHDAY. JUNE 2. 1917 In mostcsscOQtlributrd to constipation, disturbed digest- ion, rather than Imprudent diet. A Jpoonful of ABBEY'S SALT In a (Uss of warm buigtntlyfilvelnstanlrcllef. Even 'jroung chiliireu rrlll delight In his sparkling hejUhfut K. P. OFFICERS 10 BE mm AI New Cross Com- mittee Is Planning Some Good Work ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS lie and enrids 50 Cents a QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTOif ONTARIO ARTS MEDICWE EDUCATION AP1HJED SCIENCE Cbcicieal. Cirfl. Mcrhinial ac Ekctiial ECF'CKIUS- HOME STUDY Affe bv DcgTe wilh Me year's Alien School Y- CHOWN. R tFrora Our Own j N'obleford. Juno The lodge o( ihe X. P.'s, wulch wat recentK 1 stltuled at Lelnbi.dge Tor ilits trlcl has had a raW'ns arraoseraeuib live User, mad-i tor the election Bud Installation ct 01- flceis oa June HUi. Mr. Wainariehi, D.G.C.. from be and member is urged :o out (or that meeting. What Eli at proved to w serious tcok placo unlay. U appears Itlt Mr. K'JO was pilmioe a root o! a fcouso In tbe town slipr.cJ ar.J fell 10 'Be. ironr.d Ihf ladJer thai he ivis ftll onto his hMd. loituralelv- be foil on Ms reel and I'cyourt a shatlas up he was none tha Four of tUe rocms above (he Nob'.c cio'e bare been turned lulo a lodge njoiu !or ih? K. and made a verv p'oce [or them. A depiitatFon !iom the Old Dutch insures Perfect Sanitation for aU Metal Wore and Enamel Surfaces. A sweet hygienic refrigerator safe- guards your health and keeps food longer and better. of Nobletord cburelt j went cui to Vewlanda oa Sunday last, ho laiV: over with IUB 7-coMe there tho jqueflfen of anting closer After a long talk a scheme i [ihft'-glii out'and it thai iic will fee put Deration aX cnct This will metn that the Iwo places s lift tiroplbl into closer touch U [before, ichlch7 will be ol greater b eftt.la thrf'church. Ir.ends in Nohlefow and district were very phased to hear ,bai Mrs. Marsh was inprOTemeaL in her serious CCXTIXTIED rraTt'. FCQXT tee Lr how numvrvotes tls candidate fa this tight T'11 lose iis deposit. Calwiiy Eye-Opener is out to- day ind ijillb'r Edirards is put !n sup- lie H z UUle illness every hanfl one hearfi expressions 61 sympathy lor tola Mr. and lirah; Tie list [or Ihls polling dis- trict is DOT tc'.as oonpllcd A Benolti By the look oC things our friends Ine'ladles l not ie able to exercise the privilege this time, a; up to the present there does not seem as if there Is goiag to be any- opposition to the sitting member. The usual weefcly meeting ol the Red Cross -workers Tras held on Wed- nesday at He home ot Sirs. Medd, R good number of the fair sex out to do their hit iu the great ivar. o slreeL ilicio V.H be a goad at- ndnuce. The Ladles' AW had a very pleas- ant lime on Thursday afternoon when weal out ID home of the usual raeellns. Raunderson for The was at its best and the hostess Lad every arrangement for their comfort and- joy mem. Nearly all the mem- bere of (he alii took lha 'opiwrlanlty of tho cnillns- There was a good szacunt of business before Ibe gather- ing and after that had beeu disposed ot refreshments were handed MONUMENTS The members ot locJV.branch held a and aid lie easy rc- -itarn-of He moal' aWj TUi Lho soldiers' TSTicn the ConserTitire leadeiii lhat the chief issoe In" tlilo cam- tbej- ara handling pils cjuestion -'a sbampfplly dtsioJest manner, the preposterous eta tern en t to soldlpis' wimen-folk that "the soldiers beec "disfranchls- ed." They know 'perfectly we'll 'Qial these worsen Si 111 accept Ibis staie- ancnt literally and In coneequence be- coim." "Incensed 'against the Liberal .candidates. Which, of "course, is theJr --'object. A slngQlirly unworthy ope, "Tbe.TFbmen-Iolk o; the soldiers are hereby Informed by The Ere Opener that those serving overseas will bs i (D the neit legislature by lSxscMler-iaembers. The Sllton 'erhmeat has arranged [or this. The Uie Red meeting In the house, on Wednesday evening, the -preVtdeiif, 5Irs. Leslie presiding over v a good company. There .was considerable business before the meet- and the main' Items were decis- ions to send the sum ol to the headquarters, it .Calgary lor supplies 150.00 for the filliPB otktt the provincial branch. re also a desire on the part ladles to do something more to raise money, than what they had done past, snd atter considerable was'Mocided to sell ice cream eEch'iSatufday In tha >soble stor 2 all lie profit to b round and a social-tlmo The main Item at business thi ques- tion ot finance, BS all the ladles real- lie lhat wilb a new church being built there will be many colls upon them for assistance. To eel some money into the treasury It was de- cided to hold a lunrheon, ID the McDougall House on Saturday after- noon, June 9tb. commencing el two o'clock. Alter Ihe iunchenn a sale ol home made cookery will ba held ail Ice cream will also be. served. Tie; ladies are going to put their very best clforU into Oils .atfair and It Is now up to the" gents to be present in lull numbers and with plenty of tho necessary in the'r pocbela so as to forward the work. i SILJI_ FHOXT Heads tones and Crosses of every description made to order. GET OUft PRICES AND SEEOURWORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridgc Monumental and Cut Stone Works Tf devoted to the funds. be The work at E old let 5 across the will vote Tor two candidates- from amongst their OTQ number, nominated bj res. The other eleven are made up ot aemherg Ine .lesJElalurfe .who are, already In fchakl. And there you arc! "It Is painfully eyldeul that the CXjnEfirTaUTC -workers art exploiting the soldter-elemeni for ell thej are fenowing darnel -well that the iiectes of returned soldiers are right on edge lust now and tnal the sold- 'lets Ihemselves ate In a keenly re- ceptive' inccd when reading or listen- Ing to -which" iclis them Itiat Ibey.jire. being g.vea the vrorst, of 1L by "The soldiers tavo not been dls- fnnchlsed ,by Ihe Alberta goYem- neat." Gecd Monarrh Meeting. A rousing meeting In support o[ George Skewing, Ihe Liberal candid- the Macleod riding, held last night at Monarch which iras ad- by Messrs. J. B. Willie. R. Gardner and Mr, Gnnn. The candidate was also present meeting U.-i electors. The hall 'vaa crowded and! the greatest enthusiasm tor tha leglclallve record of the Slfton vafl ehown. Mr, Gunn held the attention of (Le crowd while he contrasted the difference between the taxes paid on a In Alberta and tboec paid on a similar farm In bfa former home In the United States, Tbe.Uxea here are only one-fiftli of Ihoac In effect In Ihe United Stales rural end thta fact made a elrong appeal to the electdra present. Mooarcb (9 looked to to roll up a big majority lor >lr, Skeldine on June 'ith, the rxjclelT Is attractinE more anil more attention 'and as a-result the membership .Is ratildlr Increasing and more1 wort la done. Trie committee bl lie lecnls club bare' arranged (or a dance to De held trie pool hall nest Thursday night. They hat e been pul to some conatder- ahle'-esMnEe" In gstlinE Ihe eraund Ihlo Bhape'and they feel that a lot of the people of the Tillage and sur- rounding', district will support them dance the proceeds of are to go towards thls'espenEe. H vrlirbe a good thing for the open sport or Ihe vlltasc Sf.the club an open their courts Tree ol dcbL The people o[ Keho district arc avlng ii great social and dance to 6ENSXTIONAL FIOHT OF SUBMARINES. Amsterdam, June 1, yla A submarine collision ot a British Bubmarfne at.d a German U-boat, Is rtporlcd by the Rhenlsche Wcatlaltg- ehe Zeltung of Kasen, which describes the.accident as unprecedented. The that Ihe collblou took puce "in the channel'1 on April 19 aad declares that a perrcan U-boat a British Ifibmarlae; that Ihti I wuorged, bHnnliiR up the German fcaSniirlne lylag across the bow of thnd tth St 8. i.Rev. C. Biker, Servlcei.at: 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. A.M. Subject, "The Great: Spiritual P.M. "The Crown of Joy, or The Stir Behind the Crota." Sundny Scliool al 12 a.m. Mfdwoeli-ae'rTlce, Wednesday, S p.m. Choir Practice, Thursday, 8 p.m. !omntiinlon'al the close of the even- ing service. All memherB and friends are urged to attend. CHRIST ADELTHUN3 Meet lr. MOOM Block, Entrance 5th Bt and 2n< Avenui South Wednesdayi: 8 p.m., Blbls Class. Sundays at 3p.m., to commemorate the Ixirii'a Death and 7.30 p.m., to pro- claim the glad. Udlnia of the Ktac- dom of God. Subject: "The Coming of Chrtat, the Only Solution for the World Grille." All Scata FrM No METHODIST Wn'wy Church a H. Cobbledlck, Patter Partonige 320 11th SL a. Phone 404 10 a.m. Bible School. 3 p.hl.r Onward and Prolhcon Cloaca. 11 and 1.30 p.m., nor. i. T. Wright, BA Music: for Thy Tcnuer Mercies' VlcVars; "8avlbur Thy Chllrl. ren Sullivan; Solo, Mrs. C. Hngnei, "Lead Kindly SamV eraon, Chrbilan Chorch 3rd Ave. anrT Slh 91. 9, Frank A. Mlnllter. Reildtncf, 904 Mh S, Phone 1M7 a.m.: Dlble school followeil by preaching and communion. Subject, "Thv Klnjrfom 6.30 p.m.: C, E. meeting followed.by preaching at "The of LATTER DAT SAINTS Cliarch of Ittaf Chrlit of latter Day Suato Comer 71h Ava. and 12th St. aV Sunday am. Sacrimtnt Primary 1 p.m. Hallif 2 p.m. Vlaltora Alwayi Weleone. Blarnp Cto, Qttn, 2nd Ava, South. 'CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Chtirth of Christ Hull Block, 7th Strtat S. Sunday Servlca at 11 a.m. SuWccl, "Ancient and Modern Neerv Metmerlim and Hypno- tism, Denounced." Sunrtny School al tho close o( the morning ncrvlcc. Testimony meat Ing at; I p.m. The redding room Is open dally ci' ccpt Sunday and legal holidays, from 3 to 6 p.m. Here, the bible and author- lied Sclcnco literature may ho bonowcd or purchased. The1 public la .cordlnlly Invited to at- lent) the church also lo visit the reading room. i BELIEVERS Bgrgnan'a Hall, 411 13th St. North. Bfllcvert aMcmble on the latt'i Day [or Ilreaklng of Dread at .'11 a.bi.-' J Sunday Acheol al 3 p.m. Pmaxhlng al P.M. fllklt HaMInt, Weanetday, 7.49 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PcMiceoctflt (Apoatolte Faith) Fifth Avtnua North Cider Oeo. f. DeElllan. Piatar Services: Sunday 11 a.m. anrl 7.30 p.m. Full Oospel: Tuesday, p.m.{ Than- day, 8 r.ro.' Divine Healing Jeaua (a Corning Soon A HEARTY WEIXIOME TO A [A SALVATION ARMY Strvkea Held at the CltWtl, 61h art a.m., Hollacaa MeMlBg; p.m. Praise Meetlnc in4 7.U Sal- vation Meeting. Weak em.. He Meeting, ft Thursday, 8 p.m. Saltation MeeOni Citadel bshd In atlMdaace. Eatnrday, 8 pmy and euy ;