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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fA'GE FOtJHTEEtf THE LETHftfUOGE DAILY HSJULD. Both -Are Knox College. Profes- All Commission- ers in Ottawa Now. 1. WILL OBSERVE KING'S BIRTHDAY Tomorrow (.Thursday) being tno King's birtndity It will bt> observed as a Mi-Jar ip tie city hall where offices will .bo closed .for ibe way. All BOV- eramcat buildings will closed, loceUKT the banks. OTTAWA, June half of the commissioners registered j at" coon today, It is altogether likely thai the otteud.iiice at the opening i. session of the 46 th genera! assembly _.______ ______ of I-rosbyleriau Church of Tho stores will ivin'ain open as in Chalmers church, tills afternoon, j wijl approximate about two-thirds the I total number of commissioners ap-1 pointed. The address of Col. Rev. John Pringle, tho retiring modur.i'or, I is .being anticipated with s rest inter- est, as well as tho of ncy moderator following the The choice of tha oonimifsio-iCrs hPS narrowed dowrr to contest- ants, Frof. James Ballaniyr.o and Goailier, both of Kuoi College. Thi turner has several times been on the iwpers for iao'J'-ralor, but his frequently uiado way for olier lie has a strong folio-.'ing nmoae his er pupils In. P'isbyteria.i cl'jirries all rvtr 'Canada, anil ;s j Rapacious KWly revorwl i.r.d ffhe loss 'of a'trunk belonging toj Rev. Dr. Robert CamaUMl, Joint clcrfe tho general assembly, threatened i fo'f a liiuc to hold up the business of! _-, ibjp gatherings, hut totlay at noon the: TORONTO, June trunk was located by Ihe railway Bland, pasior of.Broadway Methodist cials ami It will'be here in time for j Ubcrnacfe' o! this city, whose ad- opening session this.cveniu-. The vanced him into trunk ''ontaSned most ci the rocon' SCAR! m and Al- ffiough It Has Shewn Bnter- prise in the Past. eolision 'with spine members of of assembly am! if it !ad no; guartcrlr offjcial lioard of Broadway woulcl havo sci-loujly ham- talieriuiclo last yfar. who -vainly uied pered hav.e.-Dr. Bland ramojed (rom the JtomtiiliYWUers to tbe assc-aibly ar- 1 pasloraie of that church, has pub- rijTel in 'largo numhcrii: by every, lished, a look entitled "The New train this morning. -Viuong Iba com- 1 Christianity." It is thought that some silsfioners to srrive Ihls mo.-uhig. j Of. the views expressed ln; this wre. Hev. li. Siagown, of Hillhurst may start a controversy among' mcta- chiirch, Calgary. Alta.. and Rev.-J: i bdists. Hobinsoh, of Wclwya, Sask. I ".CaDltallstic sars ]Jr JBIa'nd no' doubt. Watson Meadows, tho feast "XJs- sourl .farmer.who was found ia the woods some ago, was oia'm- d as (r. his sanity and OTTAWA, June Canadian Inquiry which Board ot Coruiuerta is conducllug into tha handling ot a consignment ot eugar which was sold to a returuW soldier iu Ottawa at 3S a pouud, whe-T the pries' was 20 cents, was adjourned this moraing alter a formal sitting, until Jsiio 7, when It will bo resumed lu Montreal. Three middle- men lietweea the refiner and tho wholesaler, making six agencies in the- transaction, handled the eugar, which was soy la Ottawa to J. Gals, a returned soldier, at M cents a pound. A grocer aftesvrarf refunded sbt cents r. pound. At Montreal the handling of t sugar between the refiners and whole- saler will be probed by the Board of Commerce. MR. W. -I. BULMAN Ex-Prtsincrt CT tht Canadian ciareu'ce Patterson, Dunwlch. was faet'jrers1 Association and a MembJr, burned and his car top destroyed of the Executive Council. Se ,it a- lualch to 6ce .novy Mr. Uuliiiau -of the llulman iSros. Ltd., printers and en- "WinnjpoK- Ho is Chairman of the Winnipeg School Uoanl oiid has -thereof: for 'iiinny A Sai-ramenlo, Cal., coupV' induc- ed a' climb with them to the sfSifoU'.ing on the top of tlio State Capitol and there." they, married, the grountl. gasoline was in the taiiV Kingston denies Windsor's clnim to have the first woman city clerk in On'.aTio." as Miss Sarah tiaoa; ivas clerk'of Kingston, 1SSM910. Gee, long prorainent ill business circles and one of the' old- est res Won Is of Ingersoll, died after being ill only one hour. and. Sev. Mr. SmiUi ot Cranston, B.C., a .necesrary and UEeful wore also among the arnvals. [in the' social evolution. It has show V 1 courage and enterprise, but it has been, on. the whole, rapacious sind tieariless and' ita' sense of moral re- 'lias condemnatory. tho managers of whom it de- pends, desert- to the sldo ot the ers.'it'.wuriie pale'nt how little capa- city or scrFico is In capitalisni and now little it deserves tee immense gains it wruus from exploited labor and skill." Dr. Bland predlcls thatithc blttef conflict between capital and later cease to lie, because capital will I'ir-Keileml of ended today, fife '.wheat director "ceas- ing'to function uhder.tho llinitaUon of th6'; law office and tho food administration control ending by proclamation of President Wilson. Th'is means thf? passing of gov- erHment guarantee of a bushel fqr; wheat established during the war means of stiinniatihs production.- Some exislinj contracts remain, to be" carried out by tho United Corporation which baa been" tho 'In- y: of the" government have corporation- T7il! and' turn over its handling wheat. .As soon as these contracts b'ee'n executed the wind at) its affair finances to the treasury department. Plans ''or Trading ceaso to be a factor m-tie affairs oZ men and only labor in' the brpadl' inclusive sense o! tio term main." MANITOBA CROP REPORT June report of tie.'jdsnarjtnientvof asricalture on (arming! issued today, ojiVlhc average, throdgh- out-.tho fanners have not yet canght up irith tltcir work which was delayed by the'late fepriug, al- though-there are aoias localities in .which work ia well up to the annual schedule. In barlev seeding Is still going not com- "One sip of LaiiVa settles the tea aii tion. srjmu- ]ating, has no iqual. Only Skilled blend- ing of Ceylon's finest hill garden teas, can achieve such quality yours in the striking black and white-'package labeled Lanka, WM. BRAID CO. -Vancouver, Canada The Shipbuildiug Corpora- ion of licvls, Que., have taken op- Ions on laud situated in Ls'jipn, for Ihe construction of ships. ford .recommended, that he lie eeut some place for (ro.3i.iuea.t- New -York -Irouses to the value of1 SiS.OM.WO have been bought on tenants co-operative own- ership plan since bousing became v Chicago police rcscn'e, cOMpospil of 2.CW volunteers who afslsted Ilia regular police during tUo 'wnr, haa been disbanded. Deer Park Presbyterian Church, To- ronto, extended, a tp Rev. Dr. H A-JU'nry of Vancouver. Li' ICE CRE'AM The National Food There is more ice cream consumed in America tharv in any other continent on'earth. Pylaybe lhat isj why. the people of America-are the healthiest and-, hardiest nation world Because ice cream is'- the healthiest food you can take into your system- it contains more nutritive' elements than the SYS- i i lem demands and m more generous proportions, It is the National Fbod because it is the food of classes. It graces the banquet table, it is the des-- sert for the richVas well workingman. It is1 the relish of the served in ihe' the socla_fountain or in the penny cone. And the best and purest ice cream made C r y s t al Ice Cream. W tl i MADE BY If You Enjoy Good Coffee pletod until ihe snd of the week. The report however !s optimistic n tone June fp states tint soil conditions every sumption 01 trading in future 'where are eicelltnt So far this -tear of whea vill ha considered here (there 'Jias beon an of anj tomorrow i a meeting of represents trosc damage bat it is not too Jate tivea ot the eight lean ng grain ei 'for frdst ta occur i reduction ml changes in the TJmtfid State" Fach wheat acreage of from seven to tent of the exchanges will have two cent, under last year Is evident! gates present AJain important from the varied reports received while I peels of th" .subject are to be ard fcarley show a slight in and it may be some time lato crease before -.any T definite soait "SEAL BRAND" maJc choicest upland in lunirions tropic hills, full of spicy nouijihrnent aftd stunulitmg dcarjcd, blended anct'roiitwi jT' SEAL BRAND TTiCT nznalng coffee to nuru GJ, cltar with a Sish of cold y our dealer sells ''SEAL gtoti d zrd fine-ground, in j tins, so that ccSec rcachts you rich in o-igrnal Baengtlt, CHASE