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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 11,-1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Russians Demanding That Allies Send Army to Siberia ? : : .:>�� CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE IN EAST TOROr'JTO Vlcloiia, n, C, .luuu 11.-Kucaping Irom the cluldhos of IIk; liolshcvlUI llilH coiilliu'iil iiflei-ii. secret tlleiit from the Interior of lliisHla. A. Kon-oviilutf, twice iiilnlHtor of coiiiiDerce. liist In the caUlnol of I'rliico Lvoff and later with I'reniic't- ICeiminky, ac-% compnnlert by hiH wife, roaelicil Victoria today on ii .fiiiianefie liner. M. Koiiovaloff is on a nilHslon to WaslilnKton, London and I'arls to jiuproHS upon the allied govornmonta tlie iirgonelos of Imniedlalp Interven-tloij In Siberia to prevent the entire KiisSlan onipiro from being ogmii, Doctrine Should Not Be Allowed to Divide People London, Out., .lune 1J.-[''ralornal ereetlngs to the I'rii.iliytcrian Koneral iissembly were iirosnnted at this Jiiorning's session by Itev. II. P. Bing-liam, representing the iliiptLst.s of Ontario aud Quebec and by Uev. Dr. Dou-.Hall �and Rev.1)r. Rogers, representing tlio London .^loliiortist conference. Now was the time, said I'rot. Osborne of JIanitoba. in an address on "etli-Ical cthicatlon" to enthrone the essential spirit of Christianity aside from dogma, doctrine or any of the oilier tliing.s that divide-tlirough the .schools among the citizenship of the tonnlr./ "Our Ideal," he declared, "is not a J'rosbyterian Canada, a Methodist Canada, an Anglican Canada, or a Calliolic Canada. Our ideal is a Christian Canada, in political and social and industrial life. K resolution exiiressing the readiness of tlie assembly to facilitate the melliod for education in the sdiools wa.s read to tlie board of ndiicatlon. Captain McKlnnon road the assembly some loiters from � the trenches. One from a chaplain, spoke of his disgust at learning how readily some ifolks at home bplievod every story "iibout tlie moral eliaracter'ftf the men at the front. The new command Expert Swears Pathe Records Are Best. FOR Generals Logic ^and Garnet Hughes Created C. IJ.'s- More C. M. G.'.s "thou Shalt not smoke," the captain commented "is crowding out too miieli of the teachings of our lord." Rev. Ur. Jlanson of Montreal introduced a resoliiti*! tor the repros^iita-tivo committee in conneetioD wiili the movercent to issiio a call I'or prayer to inaugurate an education,)! campaign In c.ooporatlon, so far U'i possible, witli the other C^hifstlan chur-chcfi of Canada .ind a camjiuign for candidates for llio ministry. ALBERTA DELEGATES TO ITH. CONF'NCE At the recent meeting of the Alberta Methodist conference at Kdmonton delegates to t!ip general conference at Hamilton were chosen. This conference meets every four years and I? the highest legislative body ot the .Methodfet diurch. The lollowing ministers of Southern Alberta were chosen: S. W. I'-allis of Calgary. J. P, berry ot Glelchen, T. Powelf. >jl Calgary, ,1. Coulter of Calgary, \V. .1. Haggith ot Danff. A. A. I.ytlo of Innistail, K. .1. Ilodglns of Lcthbridge, A. D. Miller of -Morlcy. The Southern Alberta laymen appointed to the general conference: Dr. Rivers of LetUbridge, C. F. Adams of Calgary, Dr. G. Vt. Stanley. M, P.P. of High River, W. H. Gushing of Calgary, W.--\V. Oummings of Calgary, W. G. Hunt of Calgary, Dr. A. Jl. Scott ot Calgary, Mr. S. E.Bull of Calgary (reserve.) London. .June 11.-The following Canadian officers are gazetted Companions of the Rati;: Major Generals W. A. Lo^'i(, and Garnet liugiie.':; Colonel .Mexander Primrose. Jledicals. Companions of St. Micliaoi and St. George: Major General Tlioinas Benson, Major General Willoughliy (!wat-kin. Major General W, M. Hogins, Brig.-General Donald Hogarth, Colonel George Armstrong (M^idlcals), Rrig.-Gcneral James liiggiir, Major Jlan-y Elliott, Brig.-Gcneral Richard JJclmo!-, Colonel Henry Osborne, Colonel Charles Porreau, Colonel Frank Roid, Lieut. Colbnel George Endgerow, Colonel Harold Eickfonl. Colonel Malcolm CoU|iihoiin,jColonel Stanley Gardner, Colonel John A. Gun, Lieut. Colonel Charles MclOachern, Colonel Aleyn, Palmer, Colonel John Rattray, Brig.-General Heiiry Ruttan, BriK--General Lewis Shannon, Major Everett Bristol. Major Furry Montagu ajid Colonel Frank Morrison. ^� "Order British Empire London, June 11.-Tlie following Camulians are gazetted members of the Order of the British Pimpire: Colonel O. Kingsley Gibson, Deputy director of Dentals, Major Bruce Caldwell, Postals; .Major Hrneat Fen wick. Remounts; Captain Harry Fox, Medicals, and Captain T. Collcy, Pliysical training. l''roiich lieadquartorF. June II. Ml Reuters Ottawa Agen. 3 �--The en-I .> joniy yesterday at imiii'i,;i- cost iw.-. .1. i ceeded in pushing his ;i'iv;i)ice from a j mile to three nille.s d. .,,.,� inio our; rroiit. At Marqucglisc. .southern-1 iiioKt imint of his sali'iii, he waul about seven niiies Uum his starting! Iioiiil. Yesterday inoniiiii; figlit-| lag was almost unprci!i iitiMl�in fury. 1, The Germans contlnm m attack in roi))pa(\ masses, wliii n ain mown down b.v our gunfire. M i , isl iinatcd tiiat the (iermauH u?'m1 lutween 'jo � and 111) divisions up to last nif-ht. As I the enemy's advance ,li)\v he is able to bring up his lii;lil artillery | v.liile the heavies are Mill firing from , the olil positions. The artillery j slnuigth is accordiii;:!- iiractically | ('(lual, although the i'l'inh is more (effective, being faniili.;i' with the ground. Difficulties Grent. With the French Ain)y in France, June 11.-(Associnteil I'rcss.)-Tlie difficulties confrontinj; ilii' enemy are very great in the natiir.- of tlu; country he has now entcmi in his new drive. Tbc terrain ii;iuiiiises sharp hills, deep valleys ami ihick woods. Where his most proiiumiii'd progress has been made, in th (�(utre of the battlefield, the grouml lunns a sort of liollow through wl'irh runs the main road from Scniis \ ^^ itoye and the Compiegno-Royc railinai!. The Germans are, apparently, irying to in-croaso the rapidity o;' their advance liy entirely ignoring (lie losses they suffer, the object hciiij; to acfiuire possession of as miicii territory as PQSsiblc boto.Kg. the allies are able to stabilize the front. iOsk h division seems to havo rcceiviMl orders to go ahead regardless of what the others arc accomplishing. Golden Wtst Washing Powder, large p.ickets, Regular 30c. Wednesday Special, 2 packets Finest Tins Tomatoes, 21/2 size: flegulnr 25c. Wednesday Special, 2 tins ............... Brunswick Sardines. Your choice in mustard, Tomato Sauce. Regular 10c. V/edne.'.day, 3 tins ....................... Green Peas, very fine cookihg. Regular 15c per lb, Wednesday Special, 2 lbs.......... Tins Pineapple, Sunkist brand. Regular 35c tin. Wednesday Special, 3 tins ............ 1 Deliveries Every Hour 55c 45c oil- or 25c 25c 99c McLaren's Jelly Powders, ail flavours. Regular 10c each. Wednesday Special, 3 paci ed by the obscvvera at the : tory at the University of Vlr- ? glnla. ' ' > trum ot a novae that I huvo * PUiBkett. ? Ottawa, ,lune 11.-Kxjortation of certain hides and skins, except under license issued by the commissioner of customs at tlie request of tho 'War Trade Board, has been proliibited by tho terms of an order in council pass-, ed yesterday. The coinmodities are calf skins of Canadian-or foreign origin, kips of Canadiau''or foreign origin, hides-cattle, buffalo and horses, when of Canadian or foreign origin. This action has been taken in order to conserve tho Canadian pupply for home consumption. When Iho supply has been met it is the intention of tho War 'I'rade Board to grant 11- 377?48 ??.45B 4848 39097?35 ;