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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAKE EIGHT TUIC DMlA' UEIULO TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1010 (From Our Gvn NEW Alta., June The dealh of Mary E. Greeno occurred nt her home in New Bayton on June I, caused by bean failure. Mrs. Greeno was born in flutler- Indiana. September 29. 1S45. After completing her education she became a teacher and tauslit rtrtool lor nfaetceu years. In 1SSS she was married to Jntuts II. t-r-'sso. >rtio then resided ia To tbls union was Vru five two of died i.' lu- From North Palioia Uisy itnir.i- Erat'en to -New and. among the earliest, settlers In- this vicinity. T i Mrs. Greece united with 'he odist Church al tho early age c-t 13 vcars, and since that time, has neeu; an earnest and conscientious Chris-! tiail. Sho was a kind and loving ciotter and wife and will he greatly j missed in the home. She leaves to mourn her loss a bus- baud and three children, two sous, Ed- 1ENBOLI1 ward and lurry. o! New Dayton, and 0 K Government Meets A daughter. Mrs. Hen Araundson. of "msK "ul mir-nt l Planning Also To Make Village Spot in All Alberta daughli Foremost. Alia. The funeral service was he'.d in the Frestyterlan church at Xew Dayton on June 3. 1JW. "The llev. Heath, ot Fortmosl. preached tho funeral ser- mon, assisted by [be Ker. Griffith, of New Day ton. Constipation is the arch-enemy of health. Conquer this enemy and you rout a whole army of physical foes, including indigestion, biliousness, sick headache, sleeplessness and nervous dyspep- sia. Beecham's Pills have been a world-favorite laxative for over sixty years. They go straight to the cause of many ills and remove it. They act promptly, pleasantly and surely. Contain no habit-forming drug. These time-tested pills strengthen the stomach, stimulate the liver and Relieve Constipation Worth Goiaea iim, SL H.W, 1 ft'jg SECURITY A Savings Bank Account not only provides an assurance for the present, but guarantees you security in the future. To save is to THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRICGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, J. H. S. GORDON, Manuel J.V. STEEL. MUMBI The Emergency Brake in Business Practically business firm carries fire, burglar and accident insurance. What about Financial Insurance a i protection fund to provide ready cash when sales fall off or collections areslow 7 Start one. Put part of the yearly profits in a Savings Account'in The Merchants Bank. Then, thia Reserve Pand of undivided profits will be instantly available to carry the busi- ness safely through wiy financial stringency. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. THE Incorporated 1869 Head Office mir-nte The Demands of bntcnlc Allies Actions tor .he con wsembly ihrouehout i's the DobhevlU forces finallr defeated has he ,Lir Paris inference by the Omsk according 10 ad vices from Paris.. rnadK .public today at tho Russian embassy. IFra-M OilT Own CorTllpaa NODLEFOBD, Juns meethis, thoroughly enjoyed by all !the members, was held by the "We- I mitt's last week 6t the home Of GKhert. Sixteen were present and a f reat deal of bust- nets was dealt wHh. It has been ranged to put on a social aud play In July and other matters fire in hand showing actlTtly on the par; ot tho organlzallcn. >Srs. S. Burns, ids president, read letters from the loldlers In tho SanKarium volc- .g their appreciation ot Ihe com- 'Etaitor" Gen. Bemenolt last fall., when the jen eral openly defied the til-Russian government. In Bis telegram, -Gen. Semeaoff placed himself and his (or under the command of Admiral! i Kolchat j Jlay 27. This action'was taken on Occupy Islird- LONDON. J'ane British and Esthonian governments iive agreed [that British shall occupy Oetel Island as a guarantee .for (he pay- ment ot financial aid rendered the Esthonians, according a report re- ceived in Copenhagen frcm Reval and lie library branch of Ihs department of education at Edmonton. It generally known that ____ _._ ol three hur.dre I rolumei In this Irbnry which can be borrowed by the residents. Tho money raised by the Girls' Club last not there are I transmitted by the Eichanso. Tele graph. British sqnadrons. it i3 add March hac. been drrr' to the pur siity JIunt, Kfl. NO EXPEDIENCE NECESSARY The idea, that bread making is a. long and difficult operation is a mistake, as bread may now be included in the list of quickly prepared for with ROYAL YEAST CAKES light, sweet bread can be baked and ready for use within four 3iburs from the time the sponge is set. Full detailed instructions are contained in Royal Yeast Bake Book which will be sent free upon request. E. W. Gillett Company Limited, Toronto. Canada the monthly examinations for May: Primary Dept Grade TIL: Honors: Vrmle Harris, 77; Jean Bucriaaao, "f. Pass: Hertiort 30; Edith. 67; Jobn JSerjilrom. Nancy 63; Anthony V.MI- QErwoude, C9: Hunt, II Johanna G ccrlooe, Donald Unchanan. Helen Rnarth, 75. JJllian we understand are to he. rresented to the church u the nncleue of a com munlty librarj'. This presentation vrlU be made, on the occasiou o[ tho ann'.versary services of the charch, which have been (lied for June 29. We hone that thla library will be- Grade Dil Elelsh, SI; Allsn. Ray. 77: GertlK ilo- eensen, tt.' Pass: Myrtle Svralled, 70. Gnde Allen Murray, Fiymon't Benolt. Edward Gelderloo.s Pasi: Marcaret Itaphacl lie HALIFAX, N. B., June tho offlcert on the I-apland which ockort yesterday wore: Major O. K. Cortett, New Weitmlniler; Major II. B. King, Vancouver; Lleul. William Armstrong, New WfcsUnlnaUr; Lieu- enintij'K. Barf, F. J. Bartholomew, Cowan, O. W. Crlppi, C. Blacltlock. 'ancouver; IJeut. Colllra, no address; Cadet M. Jolinjtone, Vancouver; Cadets T. P. Camilchael, F. J. Jouei, Vaucourer; Oadet H. Ixswle, Veteran, come so useful and popular that great erpansion will naturally re- ed, .will be stationed at Ileliingtors. suit. and Dangoe.iFinlajid, and Reral. Plans are being dave'-ored for e II is addeJ that In the district oc-k-ommunlly-pknic to take place abont cupled by the Rusitan northern army I ibeT'last week in June. With erery- the money shall be rouble bank note; j body helping, there is no reason whyjsbirloy Nohle', Adrlana Vander bearing a British stampl i should not have lie- t'me ot our, 7S.7. Pole. Control Oil Fleldi -Grade BJorkbUd. ZUHICH, June Poh'-h gor-1 Mr- and Mri. C. S. N'oola am both jjlnule 7O; Gerald Noble taking a abort- vacation in Calvary I 73.2; Herman Vander CS.9. this week. We received a'visit from tie Bar- .es1 Entertnlnrnent Party on Tues- av. when some eicelient conjurinsl-------- nd was enjoved by fte few Our Own. CorrHivjnd.r.1) bo were present. Lack of admlfi-.j B.C., Juno 7.-The ernment baa established a military commission IQ eastern Galidan oil fields with the announced purpose of safeguarding Polish' and allied inter- ests there. The German, Austrian and Hungarian owned properties have ieea sequestrated as a jnaiarflee for collection of war damages. Work has been resumed at the wells. Night Mail Sendee on'Alderside Team Wins and Loses R. 3. DINNING, Manager. MONARCH BRANCH, V. A. EBF.RLY, Manager. BBrmr) and BARONS BRANCHES, M.A.KILPATRICK.Mjr. Our Own Corresp-indenl) BARONfl, June the teuals j tourname.pt on Tusiaty, JIIss Coleman nd Miss Swansofl-wpn ladles jublas. Oa WednesdiT-- iflirroor everal teams contested forSsn cy in the gents' doubles, p. A. Han en and Samuel and Moir John on winning Iheir way to the final he ladies' slnjlea, men's singles ant lixed doubles and ilso the final men's doubles will be played thi V, on Wednesday afternooD If poss his. Mr. Ellis, on his way back'from th ront to Vancouver. B. C., is vlailin is sister, Mrs. Griffiths. At the Board of Trade meeting on "riday evening, it was intimated that a man from Marjybctrlea proposed to establish a printing plant anil to pub- ish a weekly paper in town, and a- resolution was adopted pledging sup-, >ort provided the business run ef- To Send To Foreign Countries Payments miy now be raadts and cable.vthrough Ihlf Bank to pclnls tn: ALSACE-LORRAiNE. BSLOIUM SERBIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA BULGARIA DALMATIA FINLAND NORWAV SWEDEN ICELAND DENMARK LUXEMBURG ROUMANIA TURKEY-IN-EUROPE TUKKEY-IN-ASIA Arrangement msy> jlso-he made througti this Bank for payments by mall lo PORTS ON THE BLACK SSA ROYAL BANK OF CANADA coll. Grade Minnie Van e'er DIUy lioi-jlh. Pass: I.eo Mogensen. Noble. Senior Eric Cranitoun, S2.8; Claude Hunt. H.I; CRANBROOK FIRE LAPLAND OFFICERS I.UUI. H. W. Al- S. A. Torlr. Liverni. But.; D. P. Morrti. Biihitoau. A ORDER FOR THE DRY BELT BYDNBT, Australia, Junt An order rtcenlly from a Canadian .dry dlttrlct for gal- loni of to make mvftlcii prcpar- Jehu B. Mayor ol Halltu. elaclad TRANS-CANADA ily atnment. Mr. A. .Mitchell, until recently of Coaldalc, has taken a position tie Noble Foundation, he. latter arV. planning to do a "great deal ot tree'planting and other work under Ills Mr. Mitchell iss been engaged Jh's week on the jlanuing and laying out of the schoo: [rounds of and the [rounds of, the' church and proposed nanse, with a fjew to maVtns'.them a real'beantyjspd't In'-the. near future. Breaking starter! it thelEchooi-aiaUreeVwill be. plant- rived the fire was burning through the roof, and badly Butted the house before being subdued. The residence of James Conrby next 'door also caught fire and .was considerably damafed, his furniture and turnlsh- ings being badly damaged by the smoke 'and water. The causa of tho lira Is not known, but It is supposed to from au overheated chimney. LEMON FOR FRECKLES Girls! Mafe beauty lotion for It! being tfa ai'already Yeport ed by the uniury inspector. tftnnts court which ttas'fcestl. 3 consuming the ct our local. i been hrought-lo .cpinplelion and Is] been brough tto and is; the scene ot. many R rtso end fall in j rubber. Squeeze the juice of two lemons The night mail service applied for jnto a bottle containing three ounces hy Nobleford and ail the other points' o[ s'hake well, and you along this branch of the C.P.R, has have a quarter plnl of Iho best been granted and commenced with freckle-and fan lotion, and complex- the beginning ot this week. The Ladies'-Aid held anolher suc- cessful gathering dn Thursday at the .___ A New Daily All-Sleeping-Car Train from Coast to Coast, making tHl fastest time between terall tournament Barons was unlor- unate enough to-beat both Carroan- ;ay and Clareahplm anil -then ,loae the contest because Clareshplm bad scor- ed a. higher total o! goals. The big entertainment under the auspices of the teonls club comes oR this week In the Opera House. The country store end of the programme has been well organized and Is sure to cause lots of amusement. Quite a largs number of articles have been donated ond everybody has a chance to win a prize. ,A good musical pro- gram also be provided. Kriday the lath'is the dale. A parly of young people held a danco at H. Mar's residence on Satur- day nlebf, thoib present being Mr, Seymour Welsh anil Mias Talk, Mr. and Flesher, Mri.John- and Miss Moir, Mr. IJriimmond and Miss McOllllcudrly, Mr. A. Han- sen and Miss Hnnrwood, Mlfls nrown anil Miss cess it deserves to be. The following nro .the results of fragrant lotion inlo tho face, amis and hands each (lay at how freckles and blemishes disappear and lion- clear, soil anil rosy-will': the skin becomes.' Yes! It Is harm less and never Irritates. gei the vital mineral o salts irt your dish of thdjse organic elements of the field grainsMhose valuable phosphates so essential to the building and upkeep of health at everjy "There's a Reason CANADIAN SHOES every member of your every sport and recreation. Attractive, Gressyfcool( comfortable, light, easy, most economical Noiliing like for summer SolJ iy Leading Dcalcti Everywhere. ;