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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HERALD HOTEL a Day Hotel in Alberta I L Pride of Alberta OH YOU TAYLOR PRESERVING We arc' iakiiiu' onlc-rs for ihcsc [he prices arc rijjln. Now is the licsl time In preserve PRICES PER DOZEN, and Office Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS, LETHBRIDGE Store Phone 525 Mother's Favorite OLD SODA FA VORITES The old favorite soda drinks can always; be found at our fountain. Don't think thai we have allow- ed the many fancy drinks to displace them. There is a purity and freshness to our straw- pineapple, vanilla, and ice cream soda that will surely please you. Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemists, tethbridge, London. .June The following Canadians have been honored in the King's binhday hnnors: To be Knights Commanders St. Mi- chael and St. George r 1 Hon. P. E. Leblane, lieu rit-gover- nor oi Quebec; Senator J. A. Loug- iheed. j To be Couipanioua Si. Michael and i St. George: Laurence Fortescue. comptroller Royal Northwest .Mount- T'.rijr.-t'ien. B. Lindsay, engineers; I'olom'i Miicdoiinell. H. S. O.. Royal ('amidinns (confirmation Col- oitel Panel. D.3.O.. horse artillery; (.'clone! l'. Ramsey, eiisdneeni; 1 Temporary Brte.-Ou. H. C. Thackor. j of Uie local foives; Rev. .1. M. AI- mond; Rev. M. I Sir Cecil Arthur Brit-1 fish ambassador United States. mnile praud commander1 of the Or- r of St.' .Michael and St. George. Bur-: on Reading, lunl chief justice of Eng- huid. is given the title of viscount, j Baronies were bestowed upon the j following: Sir Arthur former perma- j neiit under-secretary for foreign af- fairs. Charles Colston George Cotes, di-1 rector of J. and P. Coats. Limited. j Sir Saviie Crossley. prominent in politics and in the army. I Tonman llosley. a barrister. j Arthur J. Balfour, first lord of the j admiralty, is awarded the Order of i .Merit in recognition of his services in j philosophy and literature. j E. AY. Moir, representing the minis-j try of munitions in the 1'iiiled States j is made ah baronet. j Two members of the bouse om com- i mons. C. Christopher Ad-1 dison. are made privy councillors, and two others. C. Arthur Pearson and i Sir William Maxwell Aitkin. are made j baronets. The long list of military honors in-; eludes Uio names of- ihe Prince of i Wales who receives the military ar.d Lieutenant. Genersd Sir i Robertson, chief of the general I staff, who is promoted to the rank j of general, Distinguished Service Order; .Major' Agar Adamson. P.P.C.L.I.; Lieut.Col. j Allan. 3rd bims'iion; Major Reginald i Brook. Mnl Lieut.-CoI. Bru-1 tiiiel, machine gun section; Liem.-CoI. j ICE Clear as crystal Delivered to all parts of the City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BBODIE j ed Police; Henry C. Messurier, dep- Victor Buchanan. 13th Battalion; Ma- j uty minister .01" cutoras. Newfound- j Jor Alexander Cameron, 13th batta-. laud; Frederick Mouiizambert, direc-j lion; Major Alfred Crkchlet, Siraih-j 1 tor-general of public health. cona Horse; Major Doherty. Strath-' To be Knights Bachelor: Wallace cona Horse; Liem.-CoI. Elmsley, Roy- j Graham, chief justice for Nova Sco-jal Canadian dragoons; Major ElroyJ j tia; Pierre Armand Lanary, chief jus-1 Ford, loth batiaiion signallers; Major t tice for .Vew Brunswick; Robert Fred- j Donald Gray. Major Leslie I erick Stuyart. Toronto, director me-JHaiuM, jth battalion; Arsjor Thomas j teoroiosical department. Irving, engineers; Major Thomas To be privy councillor: Sir Gilbert McAvity, 5th battalion: Major James i j Parker. Mills, horse artillery; Lieut.-CoI. Chas. To be baronet: Sir Aitkeu. Hamilton Mitchell, general staff; Ma- The following honors to Canadians j Jor Thomas Morrissey, 13th battalion; are bestowed for services iii the field: Lieuti-Col. Shanly, pay corps. To be Companions or" St. Michael j j and Colonel Percival Ed-j Keep Chickens jn Bounds j ward Tlmcker; Lieut.-CoI. William Cfiief Hardy makes the reyuest that j Dodds, artillery; Lieut.-Col. Embury, owners of chickens exercise particular 2Sth battalion: Lieut.-Col. Fothering-! care in keeping their chickens from j ham, medical corps: Lieut.-Col. Thors- j running at large and destroying the by Hogiits, engineers: Temporary neighbors' gardens. Beautiful Japanese Fans (FOLDING STYLE) Fr> F1 l< H H rx Hi l-i OX SA1TRDAY I CITY AND DISTRICT I Former Business Man Here B. C. .Moore, a former Lethbridge i business man. is :i delegate lo the Metiiodist conference. piu'chnsc or ds. eitluT or.' toilet With a Xyal the medicii! lines, .Xylo Chocolates. to or over, or with stationery ;mi- ounliug tiVoOe or over This is a fail well worth hav- ing. When folded it is small and compact, and when opened it is a beautifully well made fan. sufficiently large to be a great comfort and convenience. You will want one ot these when 'you see "them, "so arrange 10 make TOUT necessary pur- chases in these lines at our store tomorrow. The Red Cross Brag Book Co., Musicians Union Notice Local -497 A. P. of Musicians, will meet tomorrow afternoon, Sunday, at ihree o'clock in labor hall. An'Officer at the Camp- Cant, and Quarter-master C. S. Pinslc. M- P- P., for Redcliff, has been appointed assistant ordnance of- ficer in the Surcee camp. i Musical Festival Choir At tlio big patriotic meeting at Wesley church next .Monday "evening, the festival chorus will repeat the choruses sung at the festival concerts. AH mum hers of the chorus are re- quested lo he in their places by 7.45. For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis AYheat per bus. White Manner Oats iiOc per bus. Gold Coin per bus, Harle'y per bus. Flax................... per bus. THE ASOVE IS CLEANED ANU READY FOR SEED Special Prices for lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Laymen Win First Round in Fight for Church Rights ROOFING Metal Work Echoes of T5r. Stanley's charges j that the Methodist Church Discipline I is a relic of the dark ages and is au- tocratic in the extreme were heard yesterday afternoon in. the convention hall -when-Dr. Chown, general super- intendent, rulsd that a resolution from the Laymen's Association might be introduced on the floor of conven- tion without being introduced through a regular conference committee. He also ruled that it might be acted upon direct without being referred to oae Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK DO YDU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 tou IN TWO TON LOADS been a controversy the lay-1 men and the ministers as to the right of laymen to introduce a. report in this manner. On both occasions, the president of Conference ruled against the laymen when tiie laymen's report .Was called for. Now Dr. Chown, head of the church in Canada, rules that the laymen can bring in a re- port which can be adopted direct by conference. Tbut tbis ruling is not generally accepted by the ministerial wing of of the standing committees for report. the conference is indicated by the fact On two successive years there has that ex-president COnoley announced _______________________________.bis intention of appealing the decis- j ion to the court of appeal of the j church. The report which caused storm was introduced by S. A. G. Barnes ol" Edmonton, secretary of the Laymen's GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain, Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Bainl Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E-. L. WYNN, Mgr. Association and read as follows: "We earnestly recommend that enconrage- rrient he given quarterly official boards i ami jjublic school boards to develop games, playgrounds, ath- i leiics and other aitractive surround- ings under proper moral supervision not only in our cliurcbes hut also in WATER CASKS We luivo .a number of Alcohol and Form- alin "Barrels and Carhoys That would be suitable for hold- uig-and conveying water on the farm. As these vessels take up con- siderable of our snace we offer them to purchasers at less than half their cost to us. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists'." The Start Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 328 j A. E. Quaylc Is D.D.G.M. I j Lothbridge Masons have received j 1 word that A. E. Quaylc of Carman-; (gay, was elected District Depuiy'Graiul j this district 11. at the i Grand Lodge meeting at Banff. He I succeeds B. B. Hoyt to the position. I Methodist Probationer Killed Word reached Rev. Dr. Kerby yes- terday that X G. Lumsden, a proba- tioner in the Alberta conference, sta- tioned at Bankheat! a few years ago, had been killed in action in France. He enlisted oarjy in thfi war at Tu- routo, where he was a divinity stu- i dent at Victoria university. H Hrdwa re F i rm Lethbridge is to have a new 1 date hardware snore in the course of! -'another mouth. The Herald is not al- j lowed to divulge particulars but pro- j i minent local men have leased the j Pettier store and will open tbe bard- ware business as soon after July Jst as possible. L Funeral of Mrs. Morrison j The funeral of Mrs, D. Morrison, j who died on Tuesday last took place j {yesterday. The funeral service was i j conducted by the Rev. Mr. McNIcol, j i of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, j Tbe palUbsarers were, Messrs. D. Mc- Xan, J. Rae, G. Goldie, W. McGowan, B. Rogers, B. Cripps. Many beauti- ful floral tributes testified to the es. teem in which the deceased lady was held in Lethbridge. Conference Visitor Operated On Rev. Dr. StephensoiK of Toronto, i general secretary of the young people's forward movement of the -Methodist I clr.ircli, was taken from the home of j A. Buchanan, where ho was i a'guest, to the .Gait Hospital yester- day afternoon. Last night he was op- erated on for appendicitis by Dr. J. S. McEachern of Calgary and Dr. Gal- braith and today he is reported to be resting easily. Dr. Stephenson bad j been feeling poorly for some days. "Old Boys" Banquet Last evening the graduates of Al- berta Methodist Theological college, gathered together at a enjoyable reunion. A bantjuct was _ spread at 'the V. M. C. A. and the "old boys" i and their guests put in a very pleas- ant couple of hours. The guests were Rev. Dr. Cliown, Rev. Dr. Rlddell, Rev. Dr. iloore, Rev. Dr. Graham, Rev. Dr. Kerby, Rev. T. C. Buchanan, Rev. A. Bernard. Rev. G H. Cobbledick, Rev. K. S. McCall, BA.. presided and the toast list brought forth speeches from Revs. Cliown. Dr. Rlddell, M. If. 1 Telfer, Jos. Lee, G. F. Driver ant' Tho's. Taylor. Accidents Two v-ictmis of accidents were our public schools both rural and ur-j brought to thf: city yesterday for treatment at the Gait Hospital. E. W The resolution was signed by .1. E. I Caigar; Biill, president ahd S. A. G. Barnes, who has b2eil ivorking on a secretary of the Laymen's Associa- gang West of Macleod as a driver, tion, and was adopted. was brought in Kiiffering from a brok- The niling of the superintendent in cn COHar hone internal injuries this matter is a distinct victory for i pje was On top of a load of camp the laymen and paves tlio way for that} goods when the wagon went Into a democracy in tiie church for which hole and tipped, two tons ot goods Dr. Stanley pleaded in his recent ml- falling on him. Tbe other victim "OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY GO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Grain Grain Grain Gain There lived a man and he was small, He had a brother Was tall, They billed their cars, advise Smith-Murphy, And lived on Doughnuts, Cake and Turkey. Grain Grain Grain Gain PROOF OF THE PROFITS. 18 IN THE RETURNS." W. K, PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. drc.ss. j At this morning's session of the 'conference thp missionary committee j rupori was presented by Rev. E. McXiven of Clareshoim in which it was shown that had been rais- ed for missions in tbe past year in Albcr'.a, an increase of Tbe re- irnalnder of the morning was taken up j in a memorial service for ministers .and probationers who have passed j 'away during tho year. Tribute was t paid to the memory of tbe late -l. M. Harrison, formerly of Lcth- j bridge and the first president of the i Alberta Conference, and also to the I lata ,Ias. Speakroan of Penh-old, for-j merly corresponding secretary of the Laymen's Association. This after-1 noon (he ministers are being enter- tained by the .Board of Trade and riitj- council in a lour to th'e mines and j other interesting points in the fiHy.-' Hertman, who has been work- ing on an extra gang east ot" rure- most. A hand car ran over his foot injuring the member severely. A spe- cial engine brought him to the city, i METRO WONDER PLAYS WILL APPEAR AT Empress KICK iN FEATURING GALE KANE June "Her Great Match" ''A WORLD-WIDE EMPIRE" A WILL BE DELIVERED IN THE Hig-JiibMthaisi Ulock, Hii-eet, South, LethlH'iclgc Sunday, June 4th at P. M. "The Metallic linage of Xebudi- 's Dream. Its Connection with the European War xV Divine .Revelation Show- ing (lie Establishment of the Fifth Universal Empire on the Ruins of Human Govern- ments." BY MR. S IDS EY T. MJATSFOlll) LECTURE WILL BE ILLUSTRATED BY A LIFE-SIZE CHAHT OF THE IMAGE. ALL SEATS FREE. QUESTIONS INVITED. NO COLLECTION. Sunday Services -IN 11 A. M.: Service Withdrawn iidiiy inonimsi' clnss mid "Juinoi'. for Ordination Service eslcy Cluircli Sunday School Spccinf UpoJi 'rffssioii. I'resiMiUiliiiii '.Spt-iikcrs. Rev. A. Lytle mid .Mrs. _oi' I'iiicltcr (.'reek. Speeiiil I'rog'nrnnno, Cliii.ir- iiiiin, Rev. (I.U-d 4P.M.: Men's Own -MONTHLY OPEN SKSSIOX Hev. S. W. ..Fiillis, llev. Ailieri Tor- onto. "-.Iddiils, of ixensliip." Special Music Salvation Army, Band, assisted by Male Choir, con- sisting of the Probationers' Association. All vialting ministers In the city cortlially Invited. R M. .Rev. .Hiram Hull, H.A., Toronto, Rev. J.'E. Smith. Edinontou. Mule (Probationers' Special 'tinging in Ruthenian language. A hearty welcome for all ;