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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN from the best knit to fit the varying types of men, women and children, with scientific accuracy. There is no chance work about Penmans Underwear. It must be as near perfection as A. 1. material and human ingenuity can make it, before our trademark goes on.. No. 95 natural wool garment is a very ife popular-style and sure to please. Look for this trademark "Arrangements are being made.lor a course of. instruction at Calgary for school teachers who.desire to qualify 38 Cadet Instructors. The course will begin about Juh 1st and ill occupy about six weeks. The number of ap- plicants accepted will be-limited to fifty male..teachers Transportation to and from Cal gary will be .provided for all -accept- ed candidates, and ;during the course an allowance-ot day in ad- dition to per day for subsis- tence will be made by the Depart- ment of Militia and Teachers not alreadj tak en .the course iand who .desire to tlo so application at once to the District Officer Commanding Military District No. Calgary. Alberta.. THE CANADIAN. BA1SI1C OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. 'LODGE YOUK Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOE JfitLTOR INFORMATTOW I Lethbridge Branch R. t. Brymner> Mgr many good things, would teach them to he independent and shoulder their own responsibility and also to support that mother church lo which they profess so groat a devotion. Tlie debate showed a difference of opinion on the Quebec system, by which the parishes semi in their col- lections to a central ollice, and that office ilie sitariis of clergymen M cheque monthl) 'Some held that it was impracticable in prairie par- ishes, but ultimately the proposal which was adopted last year, was re- ainrmej n nil (the audition of the words "with such mortifications as will niake it suitable to the condi- -tions of this diocese'. Ihe discussion, pi this and other matters arose but' of the report on the Archbishop's address to. the Sjnod fooine conflicts of interests affecting east (and wcstiwis shmyn in the morn ng s. discussion, "and Rev. 'U. B. McBlhcrnn pleaded for patience and a'recognition-.of the fact that both west ind cast made up .the whole church. On the .question of fin- ances, Canon-Murray said "The es- ence of the strength of'the church in iu insss matters -lies not in being in liar to the world, hut in being different from and urged tho need 'or inspiration rather than anxiety About business methods. The following from the Edmonton Bulletin of yesterday tol'is how a Lethbridge-trained detective works in Edmonton: The big clean-up of the cits' has begun in. earnest. Last night Chief Detective Kroning, head of the city morality department, assisted by In- spector Burbeck and Detectives' Lang and Fryant, made raids on several al- leged disorderly houses, and gave the inmates a free ride to the central no- lico. station, where Sergt. BlackTood had a busy time. And then, ;ln addition to the raids. Chief Detective Kroning. visited large numberjtf rooming houses, some of which prostitution has been carried on in the past, and notified the proprietors that no more infrac- tions of the law will he tolerated. Old Faihlontd Clean-up "We are going to have a clean-up of the good old-fashioned he de- clared emphatically. "If any girls frequent theie places you can tell them to get out of the city, because Tve don't want'them here." We've heard about said one landlady. "A lot of'the girls beat it week. They weren't taking any chaucus of heing arrested." In many of the houses there were signs of hasty getaways. The streets, moreover, were not sc- infested by loose characters. Joy-riding automo- bile parties were more infrequent Busiest Night for Months It was the busiest: night in connec- tion with morality work that has been experienced for months: And, best of all, Chief Detective Kroning says that .the good 'work i be continued, ana that there will be no let-no until every disorderly iharacter gives the city a wide berth. LADY MASSE-SEENE AND FERRARD Prominent in tho Ulster volunteer movement One of (he nicst active organizers of Nurse Brigades and Wo- men's Service Corps in Ireland. She is herself a daring rider and first- class shot. Lady 'Masserfieno is the daughter ot Mr. John Alnsworth, JI.P. tor Argyllshire. Her husband who owns a beautiful castle in Antrim, a'major iii line North Irish Horse and formerly held that rank in tho .17th Lancers. He served T.ith his regiment In tho South African war, where ho was wounded and.given the D.-'S. Tho above photo was taken at a re- cent meet. .HEAVY RAINS .IN .WISCONSIN Qfeen-Bny, Wis., June that will amount to many thousands of dollars 'was done by r.iiin trical storms in Green 'Bay 'iast nighi and today. Scores' 'of families wen driven from their -homes when (.he woter rushed and were saved only by tho efforts of frlcmis. Other fain Hies were held prisoners iu theli homes owing to hlgih, water. Scientists. Investigating- ah'qpldqrnlo of nellagra. In Italy: found out- hreak was coincident with the appear- ance of (be full iledgcd sand fly anc are tyring to connect the two tacts CARSON GETS MORE OF THOSE MAUSERS Belfast, .Ireland, June Tine army of the Ulster volun- teers was strengthened today by the addition of three thous- and Mauser rifles, as the result of a daring gun-running feat of an Irish yachtsman. 'A portion of the consign- merit was landed to the south of Donaghadee, sixteen miles from Belfast, but most of the rifles were delivered straight on the auay at Belfast, and' the cases removed under well as heavy ones. It is as good for tummer-fallowing, hauling and harvesting a: it ii for heavy spring plowing. OilPull power for belt work is steady, cheap and reliable. Its fuel is kerosene or distillate. An OilPull and a Rumcly, Gaar-Scott or Advance separator form an unbeatable thresh- ing combination. Three sizes, 15-30, 25-45, and 30-60 bores power. i Rumely Service doiuft Hop with prompt delivtrj of tht outfit. Thert 49 brinchei and dealers riidy U> furnish you with supplies lejwra. Onr three new genirtl nubn Rumelr, Adwnee Md Goi-Scott, now rendy. The OilPaH MUJog No. 353 tot e( interMtmr tnaot infoimition. Alt foj Htlkfl juo RUMELY LINES RUMELY PRODUCTS COMPANY (iaconwrttwi) t Chicago DUhoii JV) i ESTEVAN Tires Set While You Wait With This Machine THE ONLY WAY TO SET YOUR TIRfl ONCE TRIED NO OTHER WAY WILL DO NO OVER-DISHING OF WHEELS. NO NEW HOLE BORED IN RIMS NO BURNING OF RIMS Give us a call and be of work done thit ruiis on-wheels The Economical Carriage Shop REAR DALLAS HOTEL. U.S. SOLDIERS. IN MEXICO ON SICK LIST suffering froro injuries. The pen centage of army sick is 2.23. Among the marines there are 101 and in- jured, the percentages being 3.3. A week ago the sick percentages that there were 78 sick among the were 1.98 In the army, and to tha soldiers at Vom 'Ortiz, with twelve marine corps. Washington, D.C., June dier-General Funstpn reported today The Standard Bank ESTABLISHED 1873 OF CANADA 120 BRANCHES THROUGHOUT THE DOMINION BANKING BY MAIL may he opened by parties living at a distance be conduS to" maU. 'such accounts wilt receive our very test attention Withdrawals or deposits can be made as satisfactorily in this manner as by a personal visit to our office. Lethbridge Branch, 31513th Street North O. F. What Are Your Wishes? Do you know how you -would irtsh your estate divided? Era- body those wishes in a Will. Name tMo Compow Executor and your wishes so legally expressed vfill be carried; (jut to letter. Write for Will.Booklet. ThellUJSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public AdminlflrMor ind Official AMlgnec for Judicial of LETHBRIOOE MAOLPOD AVETASKIWIN MO Calgary, i onW-Canadlan Bank of Commerce Bulldinf, J. W.'-MoNicol, ;