Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE NINE JUNK SMINJtff ROADS THAT ARE STREWN WITH Nml of Canadian Ministers For Anglican Church ia Urged 1-ALflAHY. Juno Il.-ny tote Iho Anslii'M sy-unl for ihe dlo of paUary a! eruoo ...morse.! the Anglican forward move- lurnt one of Iho principal aims o which IB lo raise J2.MO.OOO tor spcc.a lo; tho dmrch m CanaJ The synod also voted imummbusly Lo: ol co-oper-dlloL will. i-tniri-hra In Iho community. Tnc car as huinilialing to HilnK tliat-ln Ungland the children of tho poor were boinB asked to conln- their pennies in order that in so wealthy a commanity 03 onrs the wort, of thc'chiir'ch might ho earned on. The resolution calling for coopera- tion between" Ilie Ai.Ellcan and other churches In .Ihe toward movement moved- by ..Canon ot LctlilirlrtBe and.sccdnded'by Mr. Elton.- The following', Wire apuoinle'd .a Homlnaltoii I" subral1 of aegrfsslvo rhe'ri 'who will (o.m tho of liitt diOKso fur organiia- lion of'lhe forward movement: Dr. Convhoare, Canon James; Colonel Sanders Mr. Barker, tho cnanccllor, K .1 Kicam, Sir. Wakclln. Tho follpwinE nlqMon uy Chancellor Savary wlis'vbtcil.on and lost: That subsection article 11 ol Hie be. rcpojlej anil the [ol-. lowInK snli's'.lliitM (hcreforc: c-ccntivo comrtlttco shall appulnl sonic mcmnqr ot. Ihc Church of. Enfi; hud In Canada to bo secrelarr-lreM- iiror of (he illoceac, denning, hi? du- ACrTICe 01 UiW tuulymilj, "i.u ocjecl of promqllng flower gardening the various station plots ol toe nllway. advance bas been since Ibcn; now tbe corn- many possesses a Floral Depsrlraen wilt headquarters at Windsor Etrwl 1 Btalton. Montreal', aid a Floral Cum- 'tnltlee which from'lie Qstcrh'mid .'Western llnci- li la under the guidance of this de- partment that tbo various slitlon plots and other properties of the company are cleared up and beauti- fied. Thousands of packages of flower seeds, bulbs, trees, and shruls and la'rgn Quantities of srass seeds and fertilizers have been dlslrlnr.lcd during tbe. last few years to slation section-- foremen, caretakers 'of round and- all employees Uvinc on Ihe ..properly of Ike com pany. Travellers on tbe line observe 'he nappy results achieved. The cultivation work is don; in all cases by the themselves, who ID most cases acquired the arl of amalcur sardcnlue by taking their lessons from leallels Issued by Ihr Floral Department The best ma lerlal is always provided- Amonjs Ihe varifctlc-s of trees supplied "Src Maple, birch, ucech, poplar ajld ca ipa. Some of thf'ahrubs are: berberries, laurel willow nance of the gardens and selection f the seeds, bulbs, ind plants arJ upen-ised .by Mr.' II. M. Wir.nejur, orcster ot the comprihy. The encd'inislng' !nnnenre_ or lower growins na.tbe C.P.H. nur- the lasl Iblrly >ias in. i arge measure asslslod m auguration of EloTal societies Clover the country. There are ;pll officials connected wtlb societies and most of them receivea their first lesson In flowrr.clllture it the C.P.R. flower'beds. Flowers hive Improved Ihe railway stations, "d inspired by the ..beauty ol_ tations, residents ot tta town.i nave ITElUl Doruci I I til, and surnw. Perennials distributed are: Orieulal popples, Ins, pbloi veronica, galllardia, lark spur, CO umbine. sweet willlam. and pink Deddlnp plants used Include: se anlums, coleus, 'cannaB, panslcs aslers, verbenas, petunias, and casto planls Biaodird seed packets sent oul conlaln: Nasturtiums, ba've" Iried .Heir alyEsura, mignonette, sweet wlttsuccess against all phlox and hocnta. Ferns "d wlin c and are civen 16 the larger sta-1 comers at tic mr _ The establishment and main- American liowcr jeir for !be bos: f ibe.ia amateur Lheic lies and nxing his remuneration as It may from tlmo to lime deem ad- visable." Tho synod ralified an amendment lo Die constitution providing "thai there shall'he "n coinmillM of the synod which sual) be called Iho exccu- conslstinB of the bishop, 33 president, and seven cler- gymen and seven laymen of the. synod, elected by Ihq ot such lay- men' ond shall be elected from ili runll deanery." -'_ Bov. C.I and E: j! Frean, The_rea, es.atc mon were elecled clerical and Iny tarles ot the synod. secrc JuCEO McNein case out on their own contracl. corn flakes lhal excelis in flavor and substance To bat them is to ad- Xrer'tise them. The best fastest Canada. Preparing For Great Event- Heavy Ruin Fell in District Monday i. case out on ter own other case was of a. steer being run down by driver of an auto hreak- iMB Ills leg. Tlic anCIal was bnlchered and sold. The ouoer asked Iho driver lo pay Ihe differences between the amount received and the actual value of the- steer. This was relnsed, hence the case in court. ,v--hcn the Was called to the nmount, and the costs ol the court, During the thunder-storm en llon- dav the lifhlning slruclc Ihe power hoiise, anil i' oul business for Operalors Say Thousands Ou While Companies Claim Only 166 Struck .NEW YORK. June ll.-Only persons, Including 121 operators, om of a total ot (0.000 employed by lhc( Western Union Ihroughout tbe coun- trv were absent from duty at noon lo-1 day Newcomb Carlton, the company's prrfrtcnt anoouoccd in a statement j Terming "a complete, failure" the slnke called by the Commercial Telegraph- ers" Union ol America. Burlewn WASHINGTON, June Postmas- ler-General Hurlcson declared in a sUtement today that no amount ol pressure wonld avail lo make the.goT- emment wire control board "citend or go beyond rules and resulations ol UIB war labor board, which have been strictly obsen-ed since Uic eovcrnmcnt took over C9utiol ot the telephone and telegraph properties." -Bufleson declared- the-strlke of wire employees which began this morning was "wholly without justifica- tion" and added that Information he had was that telegraphic traffic 'had not been delayed and ironM not he de- layed .V I Empltyeri1 Claims iSHlNGTON, Jnne ll.-iQfficials of the Western Union, and rioatal Telegraph companies and the Com- mercial telegraphers' Union of.Amer; 1cm made widely divergent claims, to- day as lo the eltect here of the order of S J Konenkam'p, the union head calling nation-wide, strike-ol employees. At Wcslern .Union T--T-_- ouarlers.it was said the 100 rcr cent, Postal, off clals declared .less than 10 per cent a short time. IFrom Our Own norrcsconteil) MACLEOD, June 10-Rcv. D. II- fcr o: Carmangay, Rev. Kerns of; Oranura and Rev. W. K. Galliway o wore visitors lo Macleod this -reek localins Ihe camp grounds for the coming Summer School, to be helO In Macleod, luly lllh to Ihe 21st, lilt The committee outlining a programm e of ent, [1EIX3IIADK. June armls [1E. ihd ami me ot their force-was out. Union officials claimid.upwards 1000 operators and other .employee W tbe Uvo telegraph: companies nn Chesapeake and. Polomao Jelephon Company failed to-repofl for work a 8 a.m.. lie hour the strike became o fecllve -Telephone, company .olflc-lal 'said the full force was at work. Claim Full Force On NEW YORK, June from Eoveii illvlslbna of V'nlon 'Telegrapb Company Ihrong out the United Stales and the Ma time Provinces snowed full lores iiTwoir" SAVED FROM AN OPERATION In" the Mbcrta Icgislalliro, taE to TC-cMabllsli order, the Austrians T _- Board or Trnuo en- rjuoricrs. i "tent some months fectlvo at 7 o clock nig I. lOfiea in is ago In a. resolution, and n large crowd Is being prepared for, when a Booil oullriK 'is anticipated. Ijtviii Is sending oul five hunnrcd rcg- Istrallon cards, lie Is the nianaRor, end Ihla fact aloae Is a guarantee thai Ihe school will bo a success. A Good Shower v Monday aflcmoon, June ?ln, 1019, ras n gram! day for Ihc farmers In in.l nronnn Macleod. A thunder storm ,cgnn abbul 4 p.m. lasting only n short lime, mil a large nmonnt water tell. II irllh n hl" lurtlng some of Iho ganlcns, bul the The Anstrians .have .agreed to re- pair the damage done by their ol- fenalvc in May. MganlctiouUesMd myiideliurtine. to Icouldhardlybcun from .my bed, and I was tono my hmisevrcrV. I had the, best' doctors n EauClnironndUieT wanted to ,n openUoii. bnl VXNCOUVEn, Juno Cable ad Tlccs have been received from Syd ney, Australia, that .the Union Slean .company New lani. The Model Kitchen Iht lucail toitairife tbe. S HTU lint, l.bor mipcs to Ihe nolbl ol Tafteuon. Th- Lmc Bloc CWnncy reimalralu It Aad brauK tta fi.bu.Won odor. ECTION SEASON iVES NEW-.PE OIL LIMITED Across Canada in Ninety- Three Hours Leaves GBlgary. 9.4S roachiug in 25 hours. The fastest tranjcontlnenlal train between terminils in America saves R business day for passengers w acrosa Canadn. train Leaves Calgary 9.30 p.m. daily lor Toronto and Montreal Limited lo Sleeping-Oar Passengers Only. FIRST1' TRAIN JUNE 2nd For 'i CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.