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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Jl'NIC TIIK LKTUBHIUliK DAILY I1EHALO nil In every iiarlsh or In every dloc-cso. Willing Ho said that the financial phases ot the Dialler were thorousbly discussed aivl I.ethbrldee was ready to.tonlrit. utc liberally U> tho (iind (of a" assist an! bishon. but thought It better to liavo a special organizer appotuled could relieve the. bishop of as many duties as an assBlant bishop. June about one members ol the clergy auil -Uy delegates In attendance llic Synod tbe UJoccfiu ot Calgary is well under way and a great deal of roullno bus Imiss was taken care of hHttrnoon In tie ot the made lo cfcunec some ol tUc canons ami odd some new.ones. At the morning his ,nu-: liouncemenl ol the rcslerialloii of K. I1, Conj'beairc, of Lelhbrlclge, as rhauteilor was made the and }Ir t'oitybeare handed a letter to be read, tut same ivas laW and fititi not come up yet. It. P. O, Savary was anointed (o the place. Mr. Couybearc was given the Iloor to explain the attitude ol tbe l.eth bridge rural deanery at the. meeting has been circulated In certain j'arU of (he diocese as "aclioii dis- loyal lo Iho blGhop ot Calgary. Mr.] Conybearo declared IIP was proud toi be a member of the rural deanery aod that the repgrls circulated as to their resolutions had been torlcd and grossly misrepresented, as they dlil everything In most sincere lovaliy and the Bteps they had. taken had never been Intended to get to the firs Ihe bishop. At HID last session ot the synod, he EfilJ. the bishop staled that he wanted on assistant appointed to take EOIUO of the b'urdcns from' his should- ers. This was not considered feasibly by Mr. Conyocai-e as It'was. generally imdorstootl that the agstsfanl bishop would be in uircci lino "Htf'luc bishop of Ihe diocese and .the future, of the diocese must he considered, -in oihcr It would be the same as actually electing a bishop. He declared that men ot the calibre of were' no! nted are Charles J. Franklin. rep- resenting the company, and Thomas J. CouGfclin, the employees. These two are now conferring with regard to the rm-iuber will act if chairman. GERMAN PBLEGATKS TO THE CONTKKEXCE London. Juno tvla Keuter'e Ol- Soir.e time the Herald announc- ed that a review ti'buntil under the" Military Service Act would be lislied in LelbbrUgc. Word now me from iho luilllary Headqinriers i of j Natives to the war District No. IS lo ihe effect tbat this 1 prisoners' conference will tribunal ivill' commence work about j Kreidriohs, CounrifUtr uly isl-aud .will have abo'jt >Iaiof >vho :aseH lo deal with. The names ol GIFT OF IMl'EKIAL GOVT. TO H .n Supreme Court on Tuesday, Judg- iuant was banded down liy Mr. Justice In Ihe case'ot Nellson vs. Robert- son Iti favor ot the rlalntm, The rase wns a rather: peculiar, on? bating to rto .wllh land southwest ol Cordslon. The tilaintltt far jiayment for ihe land The. defendant claimed that tire money to (ay tor It list been lying In the hank for inoutha tho jironer deeds. also claimed that the plaintiff unable to deliver ilio property according 'to conlract. certain i r. i hi f nil auj oil rlgliU on a being .mUsiug. Tbe for tiie'iilaintlff with cer A Taber (rase, Oliver vs. frflntls ia befog today.' This Is an action Tor fJO.OOQ damages claimed by tho plaintiff on account of contributor) ncgllgeuce by the defenflanl. A dan brofce contentiou is thai the plaintiff illd.not provide the necessary culverts to let the wale run away and his slack dunii xas placed was Iho real cause or tin water b'acMng up ami running into tli mine. A largo'number of witnesses av being heard'on bold aides. members o! the tribunal aYe not. yet annuunccd. following disposition of South- Alberta cases has bten mmle by he tributals siding it: Calgary: Stanley -Moore, Lomond, farm band; C, JJolrden, Purple Spriugs, and W. A, llobb. Vulcan. lannj hand, all disallowed. O. uuw W. J- HoHina. Cardston; J. j Cardslon; S. T. Kow, Kim-1 ball; A. C. Stewart, heihhrtdse; R. i Bogle, Warner; J..CI. Meyers. Many-1 berries; Larson, V.' Mason, V.'araer, allowed until Nov. Vst. I II. Bell, a Travers farmer, was al- wtil until July 1st. M. McDonald, of Cardston, a police bis claim dlsallowc-d. O. of Hilda, a farmer, and P. Aschucher. of Ulalrmote. ft farmer, were allowed until Xov 1st, by Judge McXelll. In a previous simitar, coua-rcnee Prince HaUfeWl of Wlldi-nburB. auj envoy and Aifiiisrcr jilenlpo- Lord Newton and General llelfield arc tbo RrHJitt reprcscttiiitives. Ottawa. June 5.--Tbe finance de- j pirtment lias received from ibf- porial thy BUEU pf i; voted by tho house of commons 1 i.i a gift toward the sulfering caused! by ihe JlaUfax disaster. hi a previous reUliQK loi the contribution the colonial secretary thy hope tuat Canada would i attest llic gift as a token ot tbe most sincere sympathy of ihe Imperial gox- eruiueDt ami Us desire to share in the reilC't uf the sufferers. Suitable ac- knowledgement of the message and: has been made by the govern- A nation-wide club Is btfag form-j by women Democrats in the States] on President suggestion. Any Corn Will Dry Up and Lift Out, Says a Cincinnati Authority, t I.eL folks'step on your feet here- after; wear shoes n size smaller If you like, for corn s w ill ne ver again send electric sharks of pain through you, according to this authority. lie says that a feW drops of a drug called treezone applied direct- ly- upon a tcnrJer aching corn, in- stantly relieves soreness, and the enllTe cony tool and'att, Illis out vrithoiit jinln] I Is dries up corn without inflaming JrrltatJijf the surrounding1 tissue.1 Jt fs claimed that'a quarter of ait ounce obtained at any drug store will cost 'very little but ia'suffic- lent to remove every hard or.soft corn or callus from one's feet', Cut this out, especially If you are woman reader who wears high (sement. VL> till twelve o'clock Wednesday noon (he urecfpftatfdii Iiad reaciicd A3 Inches. This Is (Iic-hcavteet raiti of the year to date, autl indications are tbat the .storm Is not yet over. A telephone message from Foremost to the Herald at noun Indicated lhat1 the rain had just-reached that point at that time, anil that Indications were. Tor a good fall. The Foremost branch has received less precipitation this cpring than any, other parL of tbe south ami a day'J rain now would be yery_ welcome. At noon'the offices reports .showed-good .rains al all ot'the LethbrUlge division, .lgirc. Jtwe The; annual'synoil of the diocese of Cal- .this morning nfler-spending- -yealenlay _ afternoon in discuseiiiE the reuort of the com- number ol clianges being made- The work this morning was taken, up In apjiplritlng. committees for the com- ing year and those, jvill be yMtetl on tomorrow. Secretary-treasurer ilpiil- ton presented tbe financial statement tills morning, and there arc a number of questions raised as finane- j ng, antl the need for more generous !vlng. It is cxpcctcrl that there will: .vili a spirited debate this after-1 oon on Hie question ot diocesan fin- hces. This is for FARMERS Juno 1st. 1918. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; This Is.lo certify lhat I was present, at liic demonstration of Uia 13x24 HAPPY FARMER TRACTOR which loofc place to- day on ttio farm owned by Mr. 0. K. Bates, which la joining the town of Cardston on the South Rasl, arid I did see the'.Happy Farmer- Tractor 12x2 LayRiCRs' auociaUoa.jlliat Urn XVf men's Mlssionorv soclcly lie requcslc to appoint a conimiheft to' confer with similar committees of other denomina- tions, io prosecute missionary and ngellsltc work, wlUi a'view lo still further utilHng the aervfcea of in church work. June board-ol .concil- ation lo :deal -yritbVthe dispute .ween the .Canadian Comin.ntr anrt its freight iiembers of .the lirolherliobd ofrllall- tlio labor Jiistito Mathera ,vrjll chairman G bifoc of Winnipeg represent the comTiauj, and r j Jrrj also ot Wmmiieg will appear f OT i tue men B C CONCILIATION Ottawa.'dune minister of labor has established'a board of con- ciliation to deal with Ihc dispute be- ween tlic'British Columbia Electric Conipany and its employees at Vic- toria, Vnncoiivcr and.Keu- ster. The members of the board" an- BAILIFFS SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA ToWl: By Order of Two Distress Warrants addressed to the undersigned x In the matter of two Chattel Mortgages Given by WILLIAM A. OH To THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA I AND FURTHER BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL .THE; FOLLOWING GOODS AND CHATTELS, NAMELY AH of the Tobaccos ,Cigars, Pipes and Tobacconist Sundries, Show Cases, Cash Register, etc.; also Barber Chairs, Pool Tables, Linoleum on Floor; One Orchestra; also Tiling for Floor. NOW ON THE PREMISES AT 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. By order of His Honour Judge Jackson these goods will be sold by either Public or Private Sale. It is the intention to sell by Private Sale Until TUESDAY, 18th day of JUNE, A.D. 1918. At 2.45 p.m. b When I will ofier.wha" t is left by Public Auction eilliev in bulk 01''separately, that is: The Pipes in one lot; Cigars and Cigarettes in anothei lot.'and so on until the stock is disposed of. STOCK CAN BE SEEN AT ANY TIME .''TERMS: CASH M. YOUNG, BAILIFF, FOR THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA LETHBRIOCE, 1ST JUNE, 1918. T.ettlbriclso, June 4Cb, 191S. TIRE REPAIR STATION "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We have opened a new and up-to-date Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire Repairs. We would appreciate your patronage. All work- guaranteed. We make a specialty of Retreading and Relining. r Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. B. KcKINNON. PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH STREET, LETKBRIDGE, ALTA. 1OO Steady Work THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Lethbridge Wear-Ever WITHHOLD' GRANT London, Onl-, June the op- ening session of Ihc Middlesex Coun- cil yesterday, niany itiembers exprean- cd the opinion that In view ol the charges .which made re- r.enlly against tlie Y. M. C. A., the grant- ol whleV -was pnnntjied by tho counlj-, be withheld until mnt- tcra nre cleared up. A resolution IA tieing will for consideration "Wednesday. Tt was agreed lhat tlic.y. 5f. C..A. should be Riven n cfitince 'to dlaprove EXTRACTS FROM MONTHLY REPORT OF UTILITIES, APRIU Bltcol Railway: on Operation only..... 3.948.74 iiHr, oti Operation only 1518, Light and Powbr...... 11.131.IS 10.030.09 1918, Coal 1917, Coal Mine........... M. FREEMAN, Commissioner (Join J CC0.67 r.oas.oj 52'j.OO Loss S220.5) 155.17 Unreserved Auction Sale "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only Replace UtensOs That Wear OUT AND COUPON WHh Utewik That "Wear-EVER" Aluminum utensils are NOT "all tKc same." That's why so many women prefer Get this kettle and see for yourself tHe difference Refuse substi- tutes, -r Clip the Coupon- Present it and get one of these durable "Wear-Ever" Kettles. THE HICK-SEHL .HARDWARE CO; FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING SOLO MY FARM AND WILL RETIRE FROM FARMINO, T WILL SELL AT THE BERT PROTZMAN RANCH, Oti 3-12-23, SIX MILES EAST AND ONE MILE SOUTH OF BARONS, ON SATURDAY JUNE 8TH 1918 THE FOLLOWING! HORSES 1 Sorrel (icldlni-, WO Ih3 1 HlacK Gelding t.t ISM Itw.; 1 Bai Clclrtlng, 1700 111" 1 Grev Gelding wt 1600 (M I Sorrel Gelding wrl 1SOO His 1 Ihy Mare 1700 Ibs colt side; 1 Ulnck Jlarc. wt IWt Ibs, colt al .side., 1 Sorrel Mare, wl HOO Iba. coll al elite, 2 Ilrovvn Mores 1500 Ibs, tolls 1 Day Marc, 1300 Ibs colt at side, 1 Ha> Mnre 13BO Ibs 2 buy Ooldlngs. wl 1306 Ibs 1 Brown OcUlngv nt 1303 !ba 1 Sorrel Kllly Yearling 2 Saddle 1'onlis ,1 Sorrel Mare wl 1400 Ihs 1 Mare, wl. 1200 Hni Ocltllng ivl 1501) Ibs I While Gelding wl. UW 1 HnJ Jiorc Ml 1S00 Ili4 1 drey Ucidtng) 1700 Ibs CATTLE IMilk (resli, 1 Milk July 3-yearoM Heifers, irtlt at side, 1 kllierj 1 2jcaroli! Itetfcr; 1 Calf MACHINERY 10 beK llofnc'si, new, t Musiey Mirris llliidcrs. new, 1 frost A Binder, now, 1 McCormldk Mower 2 I'M Wagons 160 bushel links new; 1 3'J Stuilcbflkcr' tt'nfon and box, f Henj Stiidefttkef Farm Wagon, Iron wheels HeUcndorf 1 r 0, Sang Won H in stubble bollomi, I John darn; Plow, 12 Iri broker liotloms, 1 -l-Gang Kracrson I'low, 1 343ang I'ldn, 1 Walking Plow H Inch, 1 4 Section I (fret Harrow add Tarl, 1 6- Sectlon Harrow Carl, 3 McUorrrtlck, onltnrow, 2 Hlasel Disc jlarrowa, Inlhtow I 24 Double d he Vfln Itnmt 1 24 Uoiiblcdllc Vail finlttt -ieedef ney( 2 llfoot 3ilooth 'Pclhner Wccdcr and Culllvaiof; ftrdson Plowlrtg Inline never used; 1 IMA Packcf 1 Bundle BSek, 1 Troy Engine Steering notice; 1 Ohnlhara fanning MK1, 1 Gblli I'lckler, 1 Slftver hed 'drlridcr; Onlfllf 1 Saddle IQOo Bushels Oals, I I Ctotlrtg IMnje- I (toil Snrlns and 1 <5hiJrn STARTS if lo A SHARP OF SALE and under, cash, balance 'ist k 191B, with biinkible with 8 per cent Inttreit. Fivt per ient '.ash 4f credit amounts i- 4 r I Prop JAS CfiHt LEN NICHOLSON, Phsne Wnorldje ;