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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JtNE 191S LfcTHBWlDGE DAILY PAGE found In every parish or In every Willing Ho said that financial of ilm mutter were thoroughly discussed and was ready to conlrlb uto liberally the aBBlBl nnt but thouprtt it bettor to hnvo a speclnl organizer appointed who could relieve the bishop of as many duties as on assHtntH June With about one hundred members of the clergy and lay delegates In attendance Hie Synod of the Diocese of Calgary Is well under way and a deal of routine bus iness was taken care of yesterday fifternoon in the consideration of the proposals mode to change some of Hie canons and add some new At tho mornliiK thfe tiouncement of the resignation of of as chancellor wan made the and Conybeare handed a letter to be but the same was laid and has not come up Savary was appointed to the Conybeare was given the f loot to explain the attitude of the Leth was unaum iu bridge rural deanery at the meeting ttOCording to certain which has been circulated In certain Ou rights ou a portion of parts of the diocese as action being The Jmlg loyal to the bishop of Mr ment won for the plaintiff with cer Oonybearo declared be was proud to tnln WILL SII HERE are Charles rep resenting the company Thomas J the Ihese two appointees are now with regard to the third inmber vim will act GERMAN DELEGATKS In Supreme Court on Judg tnmit was handed down by Justice ives in the case of Nellson Robert Ion in favor of case was a rather peculiar one having to do land southwest of The plaintiff WM suing for payment for the land the defendant claimed the money to pay for it had been lying In the bank for months awaiting the proper He also claimed that to deliver tho bo a member of the Lethbridge rura deanery and that the reports circulated ns to their resolutions had been dis torted and grossly as Ihey did everything iii most sincere loyally and the steps they had taken had never been intended to get to the of the At the last session of the lie the bishop stated that he wanted an assistant bishop appointed to take some of the burdens from his should ers This was not considered feasible by Conybonre as it was generally understood that the assistant bishop be in direct line for the bishop of the diocese and the future of the diocese must be in other words it would be the same as actually electing a He declared men of the calibre of tflshop were not tain A Taber Oliver Francis is being This is an act on for damages claimed by the plaintiff on account of contributor negligence by the A dan broke flooding a The content o Is that the plaintiff did not provld the necessary culverts to let the wate run away and the way his slack dum was placed was the real cause of h water backing up and running into the A large number of witnesses are being heard on both Some tlmo ago the Herald announc ed that a review trlmnal under the Military Service Act would estab lished in Word now comes I from the military headquarters of 13 to the effect thai this tribunal will commence work about uly 1st and about ases to deal The names of the nombers or the tribunal not yet The following disposition of South Alborta cases has been made by hetribunals sitting in Stanley farm hand C Purple farmi er and W farm all Granum Cardslon Cardnton Kimi ball Lelhbrldge Warner Many berries Manyberries K were allowed until a Travers was al lowed until July M of a police his claim C of a and of a farmer THIS WLL MAKE NIILK HAPPY Any Corn Will Dry Up and Lift Says a Cincinnati i 16 THE CONTICKENCE Ot tawa npre nenlaHvoH to the Anglo CiTiimn war prisoners conference will General Privy Councillor Arkhiirt and Major who participateil In a previous similar and Prince Hutzfeldt of envoy extraordinary and Minister plenipo Lord Newton and Helfield are tho British GIFT OF IMPERIAL TO HAUFAXj June The finance de partment has received from 1m perial Eovcrnment the sum of voled by the house of in a toward the suffering caused hy the Halifax j In i jirevlouH message relating loi the contribution the colonial secretary tho hope Canada would the Kifl as a token of the most Hincre sympathy of the Imperial KOV rriinicnt and Its desire to share in the relief of the Suitable ac knowledgement of the message and donation has heen made by the govern TIRE REPAIR STATION SERVICE THAT SATISFIES A nationwide club Is belnp formj ed by women Democrats in the States on President Wilsons were allowed until Nov by Judge OF RAIN HERE i tP noon inches till the Let folks step on your feet here after wear shoes a size smaller if you for corns will never again send electric sparks of pain through according to this He says that a few drops of a drug called freezone applied direct ly upon a tender aching in stantly relieves and soon entire root and lifts out without This drug is but dries up the corn without inflaming even irritating the surrounding It is claimed that a quarter of art ounce obtained at any drug store wtll cost very little but is suffic lent to remove every hard or sofl corn or callus from ones Cut this especially if you are a woman reader who wears high twelve oclock Wednesday precipitation had reached This Is the heaviest rain of the year to and indications are that the storm is not yet over A telephone message from Foremost to the Herald at noon indicated that the rain had just reached that point at that and that indications were for a good The Foremost branch has received less precipitation this eprlng than any other part of the south and a days rain now would be very At noon the general offices reports showed good rains at all other parts of the Lethbridge June Mxleenth annualsynod of the of gary convened this morning after spending yesterday afternoon in discussing the report of the com mittee on canons and rules of number of changes being The work this morning was taken Up In appointing committees for the com ing year and those will be voled on Secretarytreasurer Houl ton presented the financial statement this and there are a number of questions raised aa to past financ ing and the need for more generous H is expected that there will will lie a spirited debate this after noon on the question of diocesan fin June Alberta Methodist conference finally adjourn ed tonight after receiving the final report of the stationing committee and June board of concil iation to deal with the dispute be tween the Canadian Northern Rail way Company and its freight members of the Brotherhood of Rail way has been appointed by the minister of Chief Justice Mathers of actas Dafoe of will represent the and Urry also of Winnipeg will appear for the CONCILIATION dune minister of labor has established a board of con This is for FARMERS June TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN This Is to certify that I was present at the demonstration of the 12x24 HAPPY FARMER TRACTOR which took place to day on the farm owned by which is joining the town of Cardston on the South and I did see the Happy Farmer Tractor 12x24 drawing three 14 Inch stubble plows at a dojith of 6 and plow an acre in 47 minutes using gallons of kerosene and pints of lubricating oil and pint of using a Case The engine handled the loafi without the slightest 1 also saw tho above named tractor pull tho same plows Ir brome grass sod on the lot of Arthur Sykes at a depth of fi inches and did tho work without any extra RUFUS electing district Sunday school chairmen and treasurers and social service The new dis trict chairmen are as follows Medicine Richard Hodgins Mac Lewis High Gordon Hagglth Red Lyttle Find lays Anderson Argue Rev William Hollingsworth Wetaski Wllkin Rev A llowe Simp son Edmonton Driver Edmonton Tuttle Peace Hopkins La Jones An important resolution proposed by the Laymens association the Wo mens Missionary requested to appoint a committee to confer with similar committees of other denomina to missionmry and evangelistic with a view to still further the services of vomeu i In church WITHHOLD GRANT June the op ening session of the Middlesex Coun cil many members express ed the opinion that in view of tho charges which have been made re cently against the the grant of which was promised by tho be withheld until mat ters are cleared A resolution is being prepared and will be presented for consideration It was agreed that the should be given a chance to disprove tun f I ciliation to deal with the dispute be tween the British Columbia Electric Company and its employees at Vic Vancouver and New Westmin The members of the board ap BA1UFFS SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA To Wit By Order of Two Distress Warrants addressed to the undersigned In the matter of two Chattel Mortgages Given by WILLIAM OTT To THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA I HAVE SEIZED AND FURTHER BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL THE FOLLOWING GOODS AND NAMELY AH of the Tobaccos Pipes and Tobacconist Show Cash also Barber Pool Linoleum on Floor One Orchestra also Tiling for NOW ON THE PREMISES AT 212 FIFTH STREET By order of His Honour Judge Jackson these goods will be sold by either Public or Private It is the intention to sell by Private Sale Until 18th day of At When I will offer what is left by Public Auction either in bulk or that is The Pipes in one lot Cigars and Cigarettes in another and so on until the stock is disposed STOCK CAN BE SEEN AT ANY TIME TERMS CASH FOR THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA 1ST June We have opened a new and uptodate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire We would appreciate your All work We make a specialty of Retreading and THE HICKSEHL HARDWARE Special ThreeQuart WearEver Aluminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only EXTRACTS FROM MONTHLY REPORT OF Street Railway on Operation only on Operation only Light and Power Light and Power Expense Earnings f foul Coal Ciain Lous Replace UleniiU Wear OUT With UteniiU That WearEVER f Clip the Coupon Present it and get one of these durable WearEver THE HICKSEHL HARDWARE AND COUPON WearEver Coupon In onlw that the factory may have an record of the number of these 4quartwlnB Aluminum Kettles sold at hB special we are required to return to he factory this coupon purchasers Iclress and date of which must not be later than cloelng date of this plainly written Name Address THEViickSEHL HARDWARE LIMITED Lethbridge Tire Repair Station PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH 1OO Coal Wanted i Steady Work Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge Unreserved Auction Sale OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND WILL RETIRE FROM I WILL SELL AT THE BERT PROT2MAN ON SIX MILES EAST AND ONE MILE SOUTH OF ON SATURDAY JUNE 8TH 1918 THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY HORSES 1 Sorrel IflOO 1 Black 1800 1 Bay 1700 1 Grey 1500 1 Sorrel 1500 1 Bay 1700 colt at side 1 Black 1500 colt at side 1 Sorrel Mare 1400 colt at aide 2 Brown 1500 colts at side 1 Bay Mare 1300 colt at side 1 Bay Mare 1350 2 Bay 1300 1 Brown 1300 Ibs 1 Sorrel Killy Yearling2 Saddle Ponies 1 Sorrel 1400 1 Bay Mure wt 1200 Ibs 1 Buy Gelding 1500 1 White 1450 1 Bay 1500 1 Grey Geldingi 1700 CATTLE IMillc fresh 1 Milk Iresh July 1st 2 3yearold calf at side 1 3yearold 1 2yearold Heifer 1 MACHINERY 10 Sets Work new 2 MasseyHarrta new 1 Frost Wqod new I MoCoriuick U S 150 bushel new 1 Studebaker Wagon and box 1 Heavy Studebaker Wopd Wljfsel Farm Truck I Wagon iron BeUendorf make 1 Bang 14 stubble bottoms 1 JoUn Deere Gang 13 broker bottoms 1 tGang Emerson Disc Plow I 3Qang Plow 1 Walking H Inch 1 4Bectlon Layer Harrow and Cart 1 6 Soitlon Harrow and Cart 3 outthrow 2 Missel Disc inthrow i 34 Doubledisc Van Brunt new t 23 Doubledisc Van Brunt new2 11foot i4tooth Pelkner Weeder and Cultivator V Fordsoh Plowing never used 1 bapd Packer I Bundle Rack 1 Troy Engine Steering Device 1 Chatham Faqning Mill 1 Grain Plckler 1 Stover Feed Grinder Outfit 1 Stock Saddle 100U Bushels Oats I Oftqklng lihole 1 Coll Spring and Mattress 1 SALE STARTS AT 10 SHARP TERMS OF SALE and cash balance1st with bankable notes with 8 per Five per t off for caah credit Cltrk LEN Phqne Lethbrldfle PuWIe ;