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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETinmiDRE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1920 Rev. T. D. Jones Comes lo the United and l.cthbridge Districts Amalga- mated. A' J' south-William 11. On liis returu from Bdiiiontcn where he the Alberta Meihodist Hev, Mr. Ilodgins of the! United i'flurch confirmed his appoint-! ment to the Lamonl charge. Hev. Jones comes lo ttio United Church. He also brought hack word thai the conference had decided to unite the MacleoJ and districts under one centering on Irfth- I'rldge. Clares'uolm and High River districts aro also amalgamated. Rer. Mr. Lytle. who formerly was !n charge ot the North Lethbridge Methodist cburch. has beon transfer- red to Narilon, while Her. .Mr. IVanels goes to Alliance. Following i! the flual draft station- ing all the Methodist ministers in the province for the foHovmg year II. Lelhbridge District i- T -j lo. Letlbridee wanted, i 31. 1'incher wanted i Peters; William T. i Young. 33. K. Newman. St. be supplied. III. High River District So. K. Roe- ftrs; Samuel S. I'oat. 37. JJlaohk --Harry Ccate-s. KS. F. Smitb. 3S BufTalo. Hills-One wanted. -10. W. Oliver. 41. Clegg. 42. H. Irving. 43. A. Lytle. Parkland Vlcto.- Howey. 4S. Claresholiu Frederick W. Locke. Calgary District 44. Calgary A. Sykes, fleo. Kfrb'y, Alfred T. Wilk- inson, Charles It. Carscalleu, Thomas Powell. William llaugb. 47. Calgary K. Jltand, Edward- Crapg. Charles TS. he supplied. 50. Kells swenerton. 51. be s-upplifd. VI. Yourtgstown District 52. K. yinlay. 53. Fursiiaw. St. Acadia Sykes. Fair H. HrunJage. SS. Spring Valley -To In- supplied. SI. wanted. SS. 11. Klllott. S9. Big be njpplied. PI. H. Geesou. 93. S: McIVmaid. tfutlill. 'VII. Coronation District ?3. Kdivard T. Scrats. y4. llulwurk. 515. t'rei'k One wanted. 96. Votmn-Thcinas 11. l.onsdale. ST. hi- supplied. fcC Iu...n.. Illryiull 59. Xew It. 100. Dainlge. 101. A. V. Houghton. llalstead. VIM. Stetlltr District 103. 1J. Argue, Ernest llibbard. 104. Hubert Simons. Kcd llor- ricks: 106. llruce Km- pey. (William .Miller.) 107. Kicliard H. Brett. 105. named. 105. I.OBS 110. Hiehards. 111. Kdgar Armstrong. IX. Lacombe Dislrkl Jlcllings- Walson 197. CUipmau K. Smith. !9S, Victoria (J. E. Charles Lawford. Wm. J. Hamilton. Audraw trius Pohlch. 200. Hadwiiy Oentiv il'krainlau) To be supplied, 201. Wastatenaia-K. T. Harden. Smoky.--Lake Percy O. U.csd for 70 Years Thru its Grandmother's youthful appearance renuintd uniU youth his become but a mcniofj" The soft, itfincd, pearly white apjwannct U1 renders leaves joy of Beauty lor many yens. G on Tauds Oriental Cream HKIXT. M..t.' WaUftao (Ukrainian) Tar- anty llaunochko. M. Fife. 205. -wanted. 206. Siddlo B. Stein- haucr. 207. (lood Msh U. Caution. XVII. Vermilion District SOS. lindsay Wright William 11. Hughes. iOS. J. lobb.x ilC. h. Whitney. Wright. 21S. 213. Nightingale.. 214. Jobnson.i LABOR WILL MEET NORTHERN FARMERS 215. il6. wanted. KWMOXTON, June from the Dominion Labor will present at the coming coiiventioric of Iho Northern tho Vuite4 Vferruers of Alberta. tifus hive been receiTed and accepted by the labor'men. At ttie meeting ft tho West Edmon- ton branch of the United Alberta, which opens here June 25, President will represent the Labor party. Oa Juno and 24 the Stralhcona. branch of the Uniled fr-armere of Alberta cpens a two-day convention at WeBtashlwiu. A. Kor- milo will be tho Labor deletfMe. A 3-year-old Pa., girl IVHS filled when she walked in the nuth nr allln UL'Sl.'K iulKoi- was backing into the garage. A country storekeeper In West Virginia was sentenced to sii months in jail and fined for profiteering in clothing. FATHER OF REV, W A. SMITH IS DEAD EDMONTON, June W. A Smith, of Calgary, who is here at tending the Methodist conference receireil the sad intelligence ot the death of hie father, and the confer ence passed a resolution or sympathy and condolence. AppetitcKeen and Bowels Regular You can relish jroot meih without ot upsetting your ontomach K you wiM putyouriiithfn Carter's Uttle Liver Foulacxumu- J ialions thzt poison tho blood are celled from the boweli ind I dkziness ind ullow skin go. ML CAKTEK'S riLlS.Nkturt'i great nerve and blood for UtfaHf PkffTMSMM, and ftmtte W I a 22. coran 26. 27. -Joseph Dougan. Ix-mond Forster. Iron Robert supplied.' Ilarcns-Sidney I'iXe. SI Wonder Would It Help Me? 'THIS question has been 10 answered by many thous- ands of women who have found health and happiness in the use of-Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. Steepler ness i 3rriUbIUtj', nerrous- yloomy forebodings of the iuturc, depre-flon and dUtourage- are .iome of the sj-nip- toms tell o( exhausted nervts, In order to avoid nervous prostra- tion or'some form of paralysis U K ircll to gtt the bulHIn? tip process established at once by of Br. Chase's W cents a box, 6 for dfilera, or KdmaaioD, k Co., Toronto. Robert W. Dalgleish, Arthur Darner. 51. Calgary (Si-arbor Avenue) James P. Berry. 62. Calgarv (Victoria) Joseph K. Calgary be sup- ijiled. i 54. Calgary (Parkdale) (J. L. 56. Calgary (Riverside settlement) T. Popel.) 56. Calgary (Tuxedo supplied. i f.7. Calgary i supplied. SS. J. ItagEilh. of. bo- supplied. 60. J. Taie. 61. i J. Staley. 02. Airdrie K. Mac. donald. be supplied. 64. be supplied. F. Lnnd. C6. Philps. ?7. H. Garden. 5S. wanted. V. Red Deer Diitrict 63. Red Deer (Leonard Caetz Mem- D. Armstrong, Charles 1L1 Hustis, Joseph F. Woodswortli, James R. Earle, R. Orlando, Ed-win J. PraU, Robert S. bongfty. 70. lied Deer C. Sutar. 71. J. Wftelen. 72. Sander. 73. B. Graham. 74. be supplied. 75. I 76. G. Webber. 77. Brooks, Ono wanted. -73. Li. Bradley. worth. US. 114.' 1S15. Samuel ne. 117.' US. 119. 120. 121. kin. 122: 123! DrCKc iNervel VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder" and iiric acid troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacis. Heed first Teaming they (five that they need attention by takinf COLD MEDAL vrorld'K standard reihtdy for disordera, will wird off dit- and body againtt farther All dnjggiali, boi. ttes LAKES From Fort William and Pert Arthur throush the lock's at Port McNittll, on the luxuriant Can- adian Pacific KEEWATIN A trip which i rett In hot a new on tilt. GREAT LAKES SPECIAL 10.45 p.m. Tuwdayj and Fridays to the ihlp'i side at Fort William, call, or write nnrf riwrvations. J. GORDON Tkkct Agent PHONE 512 lie supplied. .M. rtwcctt, Nicholpon. liarnes. Medicine Hisliop. G. Itogers. Haltlc C. Taylor. WeslasUiv, Wesley Xelson Huglisop. 1'igeon wanted. IJatllo wanted. X. Camrosc District K. Clordon. W. licll. I Young. I lie supplied. B. Francis. I New J. Howard. I be supplied. A. Hipkln. -j Benjamin Howard, i Bittern wanted. I XI. Hardlrty DiEtrict i 1 Ing. i be supplied. Webster Pomroy. 1 Battle wanted. G. Goddard. C. Me- 113. 126. 127. 12S. 129. 130. m; IS 2. 133. 154. 135. 136. 137. 13S. 139. 140. Neill. ill. One -.wanted. 142. hake's To be supplied Ti3. I'rOTOst T. J. Johnson. XII. Walnvvright District Ht. WSinwright Norman K Priestly, Thomas -W.-Bateman." US. Tliomns Taylor. 146. Ctarlef G. Hochin. 117. Jarrflw Horace G. SmUh. 148. Haiqfe Coulee One wanted. H9. North Viking- One wanted. 150. One wanted. 351. One wanted. _ 162. D. Simpson. XIII. Edmonton East District 1S3. Edmonton1 William E. 'MacNiven. D. King, j 164. Edmontcfi Wll- liam H. Irwin. 155. Edmonton Geo. F. Driver. 15S. Edmonton Geo. j H. CohMedkk, Arthur Coone, Ed-j ward S. Bishop. 1 157. Edmonton (G.F.H.) j loS. JOdraonton Wil-1 liam II. Pike, J. Kenneth Smith. 159. Edmonton To lnj supplied. 160. (A.E.7.10 161. (J.A.M.) 162. T. J. Staitilon 163. Lac la One wanted. 16i. Fort Arthur; H. Howe. J55. Cloifer Jolin A. Smith. 160. (W. McC.) XIV. Edmonton West District Edmonton (McDougall) U. I.on-.c McTavish. Aubery S. TutUr, Batnnel 11. Laycock, F. Stacy McCall, Geo. W. Sparling, Francis J. Johnson. 16S. Edmonton (Wesley) Alfred E. IJoyd. Thomas C. Bnchanr.n, P.. W. J. Clements. 16'J. ftlnionton (Albany John W. Bainliridge, 170. BilmoiUon (Melropolltan) H. Going, Albert H. Aldridge, i Fred I. Woosworth. 171. 174. 17 176. 177. lidmonlou (Rlchmonil Park) (S.B.) 172. F.dmonton (Caliler) 173. I'acldle (K.C..C.1.) A. Bowcn. i wanted. I'.D.) Ilocheater One wanted. 178. K. P'oster Heald 179. Stony K. Wilsoli. 180. wanted. 181. J. Dodaon> isi Wabamnn wanlcd. wanted. K. Collins. .Mountain H. 183. HI. IS 5. isn. 1S7. rid EC. 18S. Aid- J. Huston, XV. Peace River District Saskatoon Geo, A. KnUyls. 150. Heaver A. Puffer. 151. Happy A. Home.) H. Win- field. 1W. Orlffin T. Kljdan. HM. 1'rairio and .Swan Kivci- roiirr.- Cotipnc, VVeslej XVI. Lnmont District I'.C.. .1. llo'lijins, f J ISti. M kramiiiiii-. C. i Cuticura Soap TheVelvetTouch For the Skin CONSISTING OF JUST UNLOADED This is a car we didn't expect to get as it is thelalance of orders placed in June of last year.. There has been con- >ideraBl.e aVJVance on Furniture in the.past year, so that we are very, fortunate to get this car. We advue you to make your'selections early as this car will not last long at prices, and it cost us 30 to 40 per cent. more to replace many of these lines. DINING ROOM .SUITES'' Tn Ihfisc you'will find our slock most complete in design.s anil finish. Suites'consisting of Irat'fct, china cabinet, (abls.nnrt chairs in slip or part scats in walnut, Old English fumed or golden oak. Priced to per Suite BED ROOM SUITES Consisting ot toil, drp-aser, chilfonier, dressing table, bench and rocfcer. In walnut and gum-wood. Priced at and DRESSERS Oitl Ivory, Mahogany, OIJ English, Enamel, Fumed anil Priced at to DRESSING TABLES have tiirftf. wing mirrors and one long Finish and ty match drcssorfi. Priced at to CHIFFONIERS To ruaU'Ji above rtresscrs :uid dressing lahlcs. Priced ,-xt to PEDESTALS In and Golden Onk. Priced from to Three Real Snaps 1N.ODD'PIECES AND DISCONTINUED LINES WALNUT CHIFFONIER Top UiSO jilale mirror 16i20 fpchea. Base his toiir drawers. This is a beautiful piece ol furniture fa Quecb Anne design. Itegulnr-iirlce v Clearing Out. at FUMED OAK CHIFFONIER Top 19x30 Inches. British hcvol plale mirror, 16x18. Baae has tivc long drawers, Regular price J67.W.' Clearing Out at DAVENPORT Oak frame, finned finish, up- in Craftamnn leather' Ttic b'jck turns (town, making n, full size bed. Kegular price 5SO.OO. Clearing Out at 3-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE cstef field, Chair and Ilocker, uphotalerttl with.-Ijcavy. lapt-stry, 'Marshall spring Priced at CHAIRS AND ROCKERS good gmto Inpealrj', vritli. Mnrahall spring cush- ions anJ plain a pat, Priced at to Each HEAVY PRINTED LINOLEUM I'Jxtra heavy blnolouin. made from the best infjrctllctits, ex- ceptionally wcn printed and thoroughly- sc.iaoncd. Might patterns lo liuose from. 2 yards widc'at, per square yard 4 yards wide at, per square yard PARLOR FLOOR LAMPS hogsUy with two anrt three lights with largo A AA CENTRE TABLES Maliogaiiy, Kumcil and Goldcii Oak at prices to 6liH silk DOMINION BLOCK, FOURTH AVENUE FURNITURE AND GROCERIES PHONE 515 LETHBrflDGE I ;