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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGE iy want it." Hi A black bear, which had tour goats is not clear why the people who are to his credi;^ was killed by R. Hedle. ^PICKED UP IN-* PASSING nit TMB BmrMAK ubiorlptlen RstMt D�il7, (JallTered, per week . Oallr, delivered, per year , Dully, by mail, per year ., Weekly, by mail, per year .....$1. Weekly, by mall par yewr to U.S.. 12. ... .10 ,..�B.OO ....$4.00 50 OA Congress "�'IU recess on June 15. .Major Cnrrick has been appointed A.D.M.S., Valcartlor qatnp. Xewark Street Railway employees havo boon plvon ii raise ot two conts an hour. It transpired at the 1,W."W. trial at Chica.i;o that that assoclatloti planned to poison the U. S. army. Prisoners of the Eastern Penitentiary. Philadelphia, subscribed $4,000 .\ nctroit woman is seoklns n divorce because her husband mado her move 15 linics in three yean. pear dally on adtlreai label Aooept ance of papers iJliaj asplrativ-a-date It our authority to continue the aub-icrlpUon. THE PROOHE98 of THE war. �The German offensive' has been atopped �C Cbo.JUme, for time at least, and some believe, porinanently. �Thero has been no ef'fort to. resume the attacks in � the past few days. French and Aniericatis havo conducts t& counter-offensives with, 'succeas, and last night the British engagnd in raids on tho enemy lines whlcli brought back prisoners. An Austrian offensive against the Italian front is expected at any uin-ute. Shipping losses have been cut in half by the operations against (ho submarines by the allies vrlthln the past year, according to authorities. prepared to order their winter's coal ' Ho cauRht tlio bruin In a trap, now cannot get it, and thus lo some � - extent relieve (he strain on tnin.�l)or-' American crop advices are favorable tatlon later on In tho year. The uiia- anVhen i rector of ot. George s Anglican the temperature falls f&r belOw zero, the responsibility for what may happen will almost be surely placed upon tho Dominion fuel controller, Mr, C. A. Magrath. � It Is no light responsibility to be laboring under, to experiment on tlio people ot a frigid zone with fuel of an inferior grade. Ordinary furnaces are not suitable for soft coal as it is mined in Western Canada: nor is tho coal itself suitable for storing in an ordinary coal bin for any lengthy period. When It is exposed to the air, a large percentage of moisture is evap- Ghurch, Guelph. Rev. J. J. Ross, for six years pastor of James' Street Baptist Church, Hamilton, is leaving to assume charge of the Second Baptist Church, Chicago. Women �who. as wives, mothers and sisters of soldiers, have a deep realization ot the necessity for painstaking care in their work, make tho gas masks for the American army. A resolution extending the author- orated from tho stuff called coal in; ity of tho Secretary ot War to grant the West, and it crumbles to slack.! permits for water'j)ower diversion's at It is not hard to understand why the Niagara Kalis was adopted n the U. ____1- I_ -ttr.^..,..... r^�nn.4n. ��XV_,,. ' people .In "Western Canada: are-yro-testlng.agaitiBt this airangement,and refusing to order it, though this is the time when It must be ordered, and S. Senst^e. ;A meiiorlal.service for three ministers who have died during the con-delivered, it the mines and transpor-; forenco year opened the .session of tatlon facilities are to supply the whole ot the West. There may be unexplained reasons why the 1 people west of Winnipeg the Methodist conference toon. at Saska- A strike ot 35.000 cotton mill em- should havo been placed at the mercy I ployees in New Bedford was. called of the mine operators. The thing seemed to be brewing several month* ago when a few private mine owners from Western Canada tried to get the support of Ontario for government action to debar the entry ot United States coal into the prairie provinces. by the textile council. One third of the operativos are engaged on, government contracts. On account of the Increased cost of camphor and moth balls. New-York clothing storage companies They got no support, and apparently \ have notified customers that ware- 1 Winnipeg shouldn't worry � alberta coal is alright. Winnipeg coal consumers are taking very ungenerous attitude towards 'Alberta coal. It Is due to prejudice ot course, and to Ignorance ot the yalue of Alberta's sub-bltumlnous '.coal, but their attitude Is likely to do � great deal ot harm nevertheless. Some time ago the Government ' ordered that the Winnipeggera must usa at least half Albdrta coal during the coming winter, and warned them ' that it might be impossible to supply *' any anthracite whatever from the American side. Since then there have '�been many murmurs from the Manitoba capital, and the latest is the resolution of the city council that Win-' nipeg must havo Pennsylvania anthracite or tho people will freeze next ; winter. Ot course, we are all ready to ad-pit that it does get chilly In Winnipeg, but we would take our chances 6f Jiving through It if wo were assured ot. a iufficlent supply of coal f^-oni the Lethbrldge, Edmonton and priimheller fields. The trouble with the Winnipeg people is that, without knowing the fficts, they have an en-itlrely wrong conception of the quality �pt .'Alberta coal. To them it Is soft '9ort;'Mid ttiey'throw ui> tUelr hands �'^fjll'oly hor'r'Bd-' ports'were read by the'*uperlntonde>iit' of supplies and. tbi)^ if,�(iretary tr�iftsji uror. ' ' - | j' 'During tho , month a donation d'f >200 was sent to the, head office, Oal-garjr, for the general fuiids, and ono of 118 to the Kit Bhglj'und. Albo �G0 t6 buy Merchandise,; ..... The'�l611owln'e dbtiatlons during-thfe-month of itoho^-find work, done � at homo, arc most.gratotully acknowledged- . ' MUS. Oobper, 7 .binders, ID towels;; Mm, tianseii, 2'�ult�-. pyjainas! Mra'.' Kennedy, 2 suits pyjamas; Mrs. KeV 'ler. '10:i)lllaw dovers, .^0 private'property 'bags, 10 ..towels; Jl^a. .Mbnrts.. 40 bed pan i. covers; 18.,-iJlllpw.fc'oyers,' binders'")Mrs.. Mc.dleUlind, 10.'binrlora;, 20 pillow- covers, *9 'to^vplsr "Mrs.-Geov) Raeninsen, .2 pr. knltto'd. socks; Mrs.; P. Raqinusen, 18 -wrI6ger.a;' �Mrs. Skinner, 2 handkerclilefs,-staullHlly agreeing that llio mun lUea from drinking either wood aicoiiol or "columbiau aplrils" mixed with near j iiM'iaily.roIlowpd by wolves, wild pig .' France fears a plague ot wiolvea after tho war. There have been jovivala of woK-populailon utter eVery war and already nigna are ap parent that thla war Is to be lojlow-cd by a largor number ot wolves than for conturios. Already in some for HBt tracts bears are reported migrating from tho north. Tlio bears are being their fcliief food. About 100 labor^rS:.�nd machlnlBts walked out af the'Iiiiperlal Oil Company refinery at Regina, demanding higher pay. Laborers ssked for 40 cents an hour and machinist*! 75 cents. Men refused their pay chocks when they were tendered to them. The plant will continue to operate as usual. In connection with the throateued strike of the electrical workers at Victoria,.tho Western Canada iPowor Company will make apyllcatlou tor a conciliation board l^X^1 fhb tSvo jirbvlous Sui'iday oyetiihg diJdreB866, Como and 'hon'r if. ' '. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Slock, 7th Street 3. Bund.-iy Service at 11 Subject: "God, the Only Causo and Creator." Sunday School convenes after tho inornInK servlco. WodneEday Evening, Testimony most. ing at 8 p.m. The reading room-Is open dall.r ei-: copt Suridayn and Ingnl holidays, frotn 3 to 5 p,m, Horo, the Blblo and authoi'f Izod Christian Science'Utoraturo may bo road, borrowed or purchased. The public Is cordljvily Invltod to ,at-ffind tho church . s'o'rvlcfl.s, nls.o to vlt>U tho reading' room. , north uethbridqe 008p:el . halc ' .� . * �(Lalo olh Avo. N. BnptlHt Church) Hpealrer; John Ki.f, �;i5 llUh St. N. , Sunday School,, li-l p.m. 7,30 Gospel Address, Subject: "Meph-Ibosheth, or Unmerited Favor," Everybody Welcome Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. 8. Oliver-L. Curtis, Pastor 61? Seventh Street South Phone 802 Bible Sphool at 10,30. Plan tonight; to be early tomorrow. Communion and Preaching at ll.So: "The Abiding Christ." ICvcnlng Sorvico: C ,.E. at C.45: Proaoh- Ing at 7.30. Subjoct, "Is the Voyng Man Safe.' ' Parents specially Invited and all ifel- cotno. .- ' PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 8, O, E. Hall, next Y. M. C. Ai' Rev. C, M. Nevo, Pastor Res, 357 16th 8t. N. RorvlooB Sunday 11 n.m, and 7,45 p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays, 8 p.m. liJvunKRllHtH R. J. and Mrs. Bcott ;jt8-BlHtlng, � I' Everybody Welcome \ ~ AlB^bclATED^iiepLE IsVu'OENTSr , F^gmn 12, StaffOPfl Block <' Sunday, 7.30 p.m.: Hlblij Study ou tho Book of 'R'ivolatlon. ! Sunday ul 3 ii,iti,: Bible Study. Wednesday, S p.m.; Blbln Study ion "The Atonement Between God and Man,',' followed by prayer and tosll- .��,. mnny- nxoaHing, � ' Seats Free. No Colleetion. ;