Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JUXR 7, 1910 till! LKTHHHIDIU-: DAILY HERALD Final Drufl For Southern Al berla Several Changes From First Draft. as II. Tellrr, M.A. P.D., secretary o( stationing cofflpillll'o. The word in parentheses IB tho post office, of the minister whose uamo Im- mediately precede! It. Tho figure In parentheses following Ihe indicates "years on circuit, and lu casu of superannuated minist- ers, ulc.. Ihe number ol years of sup- nucAllon. _ MEDICINE HAT DISTRICT Medicine Hal (Flflh Allan f Farroll. ll.A. WS Kourth street N- Jledldne Hal IWiihlnglon ave- Austin D. Richard, U A., 1115 Yui'l street; (to he tunulled under the superintendent of Washington Empress, George G. Pyl'us. ll.A-. Illlndloss Jum! Tho following In iLo final draft o! tbe sl.illonlns com. milliM! of the Alberta Mctlioulsl con- ference. for southern Alberta dlv IrlcU as comiilled yesterday. There aro several changes from the orlg'nal Coulter. H.A, president ot William drift. (to ba supplied Jader tbe superlclend- enl nl Sullleld (to be sup- plied under the superintendent of Aid- Jenner McPbill WaEgelt, D. A.. Aldorson. George A. Sleele. DA Droolia (one Eyre- more Harry S.PIrd. Walsh. Oliver B. Jlann Porlllo Plains (to be supplied under, superintendent of How Bow Island. The'poal oldM returns lor thl monlh ol Junt show a decrease al round, as compared with the same inontli lust yrar. Sale ol In May Ibis year amounted to K1SS.ll, ks agalntl J5234.95 In May. Money orders paid In May. 1'JIS. l'6.- 852 JS- In May. 1916. Money orders Usued May tbls year. 331 67; ISIS. I2C.3S5.17. Postal notes sold May mat year. 1751.90 Postal notes paid, 11221.71; 1918 J19S1 Savings bank deposits, 1919 52628: 1918. J5350. evaniellsra: 'lll'Veu-rs. cmetury reli- ous education. HIGH RIVER DISTRICT High tllYer-Nanlon, Herbert H. Uord- on, BA. Hivcrl. S. S. Peat, superannuated; Ulacttt. Harry Comes (3V Lake -McOreeor. Ernest Uavltlje. Bj! (3) (Glekhi-nl. Hulfalo Hills Champ'on. F. T. Cook I II; irviiiBi 11 i avelty, J- Victor llowoy, B.A. Smllb lil, Charles S. Arthur L- Terence: William How SJ.T.l.., aecrc-tary of ccntcrenco. Doug I Qllberl. ll.A, B.P. Dutdolle, (ll. essaoe to the V. under superintendent How lilauJ.. B.A.. financial Joseph K. F. HealJ George It. (vanjellaa. Aldus Walter 0. Mason Har risen Villelle Francis E. H, Clay don A. J. Faulkner Josep Kirk I'ercy Hoynton Fred S Warren (31, Edgar J- Staley Alberta college; John T. Elsdon (3 io Vlcjorla college. Austin D. lUchartl, IJ.A.. chairman Allan C. Farrell, B.A.. llnutcltl SKT iary; George 0- Pybiis, B.A.. educitlo secretary; Austin D. Richard, B.A secretary ol social service and Scllsm; V. M. Cllbcrt. n.A.. B.D.. secre- tary religious education. _ LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT Lethbridie Charles E. 32t) Eleventh street south; Lelhhrldje (United Elraorc J. Hodglns, D.A.. 1271 Fifth avenue north; James Halley n. IL Parkland Inijer George N. Hosklne Erneit Allen Sidney E. Lambert 6) to Alherta colloue: Wesley J. Mc- Ceczle ollver 'lelorla college. Herbert B. OoMon. B.A. chairman; Stephen M- Irvine. 11 A financial sec elary Douglas 11. Teller, M.A.. B D.. education secretary- and secretary ollglous education; J. Victor Howey. 1 Botial service and Defy New Order COMMITTED FOR TRIAL HAMILTON', June W. Jaggerl. treasurer of the iocal branch ol the UrolMrLood of Hallway Train' raeu, was i-ommilted (or trial on a charge of appropriating of the; lands o( (lie order. Pay your out-of-tou-u accounts by Dominion Elpress Money Order. Five dollars costs three cents. BOULTON'S LIVERY Hates Arc Reasonable Our Service the best TRY US Office Phone 1206 Reildence Phone 1038 Hrantford women will conduct Onaclt" campaign. CALGARY DISTRICT Calgary Cbarles SyHes. D.D. S. Kallis lietliodlsi booV rooms: W. Keruy. n. A.. D I'J) IURMSTADT. June persons eipelled from portions o! the Rhine- land occupied by the French because I I they refused to deal with tbe new re- public. II Is alleged, have reached this They claimed to have been confined by the French in tho barracks at Worms and some say thoy were not given food for 21 hours; were placed in cells without sleeping accommoOa lions and were insulted and maltreat ed by French officers. judges Defy New Government WE1SUAUEN, June to tbe nhenlsh republic Is growing bere each day. The judges of the u, ere itnvHl tolle-e- 'Alfred l province are tbe latest to dely tbe aev T wSkn.oT DA n'lChaHe'I H. (government and will, court employees T. Wllklnioii, II.A jpHinei to recoKnlie the legal 'D.A., DD. mission- have arles rin China; Thomas Powell superintendent ol mlss'oriK. 112C Fif- teenth avenue west; William Daujh II superannuated. Mount Royal col- i'e; (iVorje W. B.A.. D.U.. rincipal. Calgary Charles V _ nil til .L-mirH uonlh Canada needs Trained Men and Women! )Vhatever. b" Hie liisk confronting .the nation, in war or peace, Canada is always in peril of failure so long as the young people of Ihccountry arc economically unfitted tor their faults. Never were oppoi'lunities so great Thousands 01 good-paying positions are waiting in evenr field ol en- deavor, for men and women trained to fill them-m shops, factories, mines, railroads, on the all lines of technical, commercial, ana agri- cultural work. For over 26 years the International Correspondence Schools have been training Canadians. .-Thousands have-been helped to bigger careers through the. 1. U b. plan. 0500 are getting ready right now. iMany of the largest employers inAlhe country are interested in the work of the EG S. in Canada, and, at their request, are being informed regularly concerning the progress of I. C. S. students among their employees. You can win success with the aid of the I. C. S. J F Parker, of Winnipeg, climbed-from a a monlh job to a a year income as a Contractor. Wm T Griiritlis r-.tlvmced from carpenter lp Superinten- dent of Construction for Lyall and Sons, Ottawa.' Chief 'lYecr'bllrfeDbminioii'Tfoc- lile Company, Wiiidsor.aiiu hundreds of Canada's fore- mostciiginecrs.ndvcrlisinB managers, draftsmen, elec- tricians, and chemists' pre- pared for promotion in spare time through 'courses.1 Y Tliei.C.S. can help you, no matter wlicre yon live, what hours you v.'Drk, or how liltlc your schooling. Mark mail the cou- pon will not obli- gate you in Ihe leasl but will give us tin opportunity; Io show you' how to pre- pare for asilcCL'Ssfulcarccr. (led without a elation lor one year at his own Coalds'.e, Hubert Ity of the regime heided by Dr. Dor- ten. 1 The French are reported to have j made definite promises to tho republic In the shape of officially settling wine and food prices on a peace basis and j ncloal Calgary diaries ami food prices on a peace E Dland B A. D.D.. 812 Fourteenth aUo filinK tho value of the mart arbl avenue Edwari! CragE i irarily al one franc, 23 centimes. A superannuated; Charles W. Hlihop. protest strike occurred here 34 Robert Pearson, B.A..M. P.1 p" (5) organizer for the United No- Hon.l-camp.Hn; E. Gallo- way. fl-A- secretary of re- IklOttB education for British Colum- r..., 3 VP. Iklous euca bia and Alberta. 1231 Fourteenth ave- nua west, Ca-nr? CouHer, B.A. W. 132S Eljhtb avenue CouHer, cut. president of conference. Calgar, (SI William A. Smith, D-D. ar (4) 426 Twellth CCreScenl Heights, N'-W. Calgary s p .103 y (to Caleary G T_ iedo SCHOOL Boioniworth, Tauer, Mel Tlllo B. WlgEinw Lucky Strifc (ono Foremost, I. N. Huth EOD .N'emlEC.m (to be Eupplle under the superintendent of Fore ncllaw, Harry L. Dougan il) Lomond-TraverE, Alfred T. Uell Iron Springs, C. R. Cor-.gllMB, B.A. coran Monarch (to under the superintendent ot United lenftent of Indlsn Haroiu. Sidney Pike slileenth avenue Elilkbm (one Albert W. Hirdlng Janes A. i Eyres Walter M. Peterson Josepli bee Wl. EoBerl C. Fcrcuson to Alberta I be supplied college. Elmorc J. HodBinE, B.A.. chairman: Charles B. CrasK, B.D., financliil sec retaryi.- Melville E. Wlgglni, education secretary; II. Hoiomirorth, B.A., sec- retflry social service-find ovangeliem; Charles'B. Crare, B-D-. secretary Igious education. wXcLEOD DISTRICT Slacleod. William A. -Lewis. 3. Keivlon Wilklnaon pastori ot Pincher Creek United church, Piled, under permlsslon of conference; J. D. superannuated; Macleod South plorley (linamn n" H. under the superin- J -Ai, B .u. t'l. (to he teudent dl Fred- til, 'a t o[ Ixick. R. Ea-UnpnlieJ under h'crt Newman (P. PlncJierlAlrdrie; Irricana v rfn Station, Day Bellerje, c na Harry Hlllcrest; (to. be 'jf T supplied under the superintendent of .nuu" in- RTuden George A- VounEl Philpi, JJrd (OBt (Blklrmorc) I rlipKtn, B.A. Fred T. Habeood Edey Jlages M UeW G Thomas W. Reed to Alberta ''Burton college- 'Alfred J. Rudd Victor, Newton t" AID Joseph Loulter, a college. William A: Lewli, B.A., chairman; Harry Peters', financial McreUry; Frederick ytt.Locke, education secre- tary and lerrlce Brockdcrff Inveillgatlng PARIS, June von Brock- dorff-ltantzau, head of the German peace delegation. whd; left X'crsallles list evening Is on a visit fo Colosne. According io Ihe French morning newspapers, the count's vleit is con- nected rather, with events In Rhine- land, where conditions are unsettled, through tbe recent proclamation of the Rhlneland republic, than with Ihe peace conference. U is acknowledged the German dclcRates will confer al Cologne with Cardinal voni llarlmann, the arch- of ilo be supplied unaer tne su dent d( St. Calgary Calcair (Riverside setllemenl under Ihe superlnlei Central Calgsry mplled under .__ ermtenuei.1 Crescent (Stanlcv (to be EUP ,'der the iuperlntcndenl ot Vic Banff, William J. Haggllh -.x Bankhead, (to he sup- superintendent of ANNOUNCEMENT INAUGURATION GREAT LAKES PASSENGER SERVICE MAY 1919 Fort William and Port McNicoll Wednesdays and Saturdays "Great Lakes Special'1 (New Train) to and from Ship. Pleasant Way East. Rmmtloni of the trip from any .gent of CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (THE WORLD'S GREATEST HIGHWAY) "FLORENCE AUTOMATIC" OIL COOK STOVES TTAVE kitchen this ____summer-save ycyurstlf the labor of attending to a coal or wood tfie cheapest of And don't bother with wicks or stow heating Tjurners. Let us show you this fine cook "stove in actual operation. a N Full iBform.tion aoout the Florence Oil Stoves Till-he sent free to any address, upon request to our-taewreiir. hranch oIBce. Inr.nchei at Toronto. London. Montreal, Uvlnulpei, St. John, Calgary, Vancouver and Hamilton. "LOCAL 933 TTHST, SOUTH LETMBRlDGE, f is the tenant v 1312 from ilra. Frith :J30no.' This house has noycr been vac.-.nl- Mr.- Rpwiure.t ol Is'tho iirCsctil tcnanl. lots SI ana fci. Hlock m, situated dn nth Slreet Soiltll, Vsiliilbola Music Coinnany's slore. ThMo wete In iolz lor I "nc-thlrJ undlTlded other, Inlir- r.slcil. A first olnss liulhllng tile. Lots 13 to DIucV 5. This in No. 1005 .Ilk Atenue Souln. centre house ol a block of live houses, and wil unlll lately occupied by Mr. C.eorgu Maclood. This house tliirl con.i ImurovcWtilB inside, by SJr. .hardw flnora ilecorallnnF clr At present II Is occupied by Mr. JICI crl. V traded Mr. Mar.lcort for ,13500. A. l jil an'rt ccnlrai home. KINDLY-MAKE FULL ENQUIRIES OF AS Ihla Is n forced Wlo, made liy Iho Merphsnts Bank. It Is Io my rcraonnl. lulcresl fo give nn much publicity poislblc, Ihcroforc On SATURDAY, June 14th AT 12 O'CLOCK COURT-MOyjI BE PRESENTVF You ARE L.OOKJNQ'FOR QOOp.puY8. I woiiVcl niiprctlntc your' attendance, TWill Sell any or all of the above Pro- oerty at ahy time before the Sale ARTHUR; rtAYB Auciioneert FRANK WAaJplNqTON CUNARD ANCHOR Aricttor'Donaldson PROPOSED SAIL1NCS; From New June H..Vasarl LtTerpool June Sduthamptpn June M..-1'annonla June 21..Olympla June 24..Royal George .Liverpool June 2S.-.Vestrls Uwpool Southampton From June 28..Cassandra'..... OlaagOw n'New York- July L.Caronia Liverpool From Montreal- July 5..Satumla Liverpool From New July Liverpool Aug Glasgow Aug. Olsijow Purctlise prepaid tldjeUj now for Relatives and Friends ,to sure prompt sailing.. 'For'all Information any ol our lo company's of- fice, 1 SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG 8UEBEC, LIVERPOOL Canada Canada White Star Line NEW Lapl.nd any or 3. S% Agent, or Company's Office, 286 Main St., i Address all comrnun.callons lem- -potarily to Post OHIce Boi Port- age la Prairie. Do You Read any of these IF STATELY DIGNITY ilil-'yduf clioite for a fnonnraent wo nre ready to mlimlt a vwolj of designs. i .L LethbridRe Mohuir.cats! 8lh Stretl.i South, R.'Neerl.l. A Year LiHItl' Home JSurnll .12.00 tiiurdiy Port... 2.W Country 1.75 torini Rfvitw They aro good reading lor any homo. If you care to have Iliom or your' subscription Is eiplr lug rene-wal will1 hfi t'Arf full; looked hy Mrs. J. n Wllkfe, late of wli IB representing- all 6f the abovo (4. Hvvird AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE A SALE CONDUCTED AT Gagnebin's Jewelery Store on MONDAY June 9th and TUESDA Y June 10th From 2 30 to 6 p.m. TUESDAY June 10th tyitl be positively the LAST DAY WE WILL GIVE THE SILVER TEA SET AWAY TUESDAY. Everything.is on display'that we have and it must all be sold. Wednesday Morning Atll.00i.n. WML CASES SHOW COUNTER CASES iriRYSAFE .ELECTRIC FIXTURES 1 CARY BALANCE OF JEWEMMT STOCK, U.U to bt supplied time of to be icW en block or jeptrttely British Canadian Trust Co. P. ASSIGNEES..