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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE ILTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, 1920 .EH1EIY FEASIBLE tho minimum, Ihe majority of the min- isters tuyugut this was A question tor laymen. A resolution was" passed which recommended tbat tho Presby- teries urge; on Hie several congrega- tions -undty their cbargo, the neoi.ssily of flxIr.R this sum as a minimum, bul no legislation was enacted. TURKISH MILLIONAIRE WYES IN RETIREMENT IN SWITZERLAND NOW Such Is Report of Senate Com- mittee Named to Inves- tigate. OTTAWA. June 19. (Canadian the route ot the'llddson my is feasible, that valuable fish and marine animals abound in the bay and strait and that consideration should he given ther matter of making Churchill instead of Nelson the tenu- iaus ot the road, are the main features ot the repon of the special commit- tee-ot the senate appointed to investi- gate the Hudson Bay route. The committee which has held 15 TueetiUES extending over a long period, nud heard twenty-one witnesses, makes the following findings: Ibe Hudson Bay route is feasible and will probably be in lime profitable. under present conditions the season of navigation would last at least tour months, and may by im- provements in aids to navigation, he increased. in tHe opinion of the com- mittee sufficient care was not UXen IE the selection et Kelsoo as the terminus o( railway aud that the government should not make further expenditure on this port without first making a uew. and thorough examina- tion into the relative merits of Churchill aud Nelson as tue terminus. the witers of the strait and rivers tributary to the hay teeui with tish and valuable marine animals and the committee believes Ihe bny is equally veil stocked. mines already discovered In the'Hudson Bay district are o{ suffi- cient natural richness to indicate the exUtenco ot great potential mineral wealth. The committee feels it caa- not too strongly endorse the sugges- tion of Vilbjalmar Stefansson as to the culture of reindeer and musk-ox and urge upon the government that (be department of the interior be em- powered to take hold of this matter, earnestly, taking advantage ot what has been done this regard by tile United States government. Canadian Bankers Can Cope With Situation TORONTO, June the caption, 'Bankers Can Cope With tht the Globe's finan- cial editor today; "A reassuring view of the situ- ation in Canada was taken by the. members of executive of Canadian Bankers' Association, who have been in session in To- ronto this week. Looking over the field and appreciating the facilities of the credit situation, the vlf.w as expreited by a promi- nent banker yesterday, was that they will be 'able to cope with the situation.' This is interpreted to niean that existing and antici- pated demand (or credit can be met, and, that there should be no financing the wheat crop fcVe'n should it be tir.ususlly large." Rev. A. Ixwis Head of Com- bined Methodist District. of Over the previous r-i 1 tf >1 IIT" of v ree r ooqstuffs both Ways Being Urged at'Conference Between W. Indies, Canada Canadian per.cent, with free foodstuffs both. CKXKViA. Switzerland. May Mail lu one of ihe must Juxur- uus iu is now: Ihriug he Turkish named General Aiimod former Turkish minister under the Young Turk regime at Constantinople and !onuer commander uf iho fourth Turk-j isli army iu Syria, He is the first upon the Uslj ot the Arabian government for extra-; ditloii and punishment, being accused, J 5 the Tribune De Geneva, of thiio' deaths of 7.000 Arabian. Syrian and j families for wUciim lie iSj alleged lo have ordered massacred or i deporled into the desert wltero j died of liuuger and thirst in ihe war.; lie bas been sentenced to death after! a hearing in Turkey. Djeuial who calls himself the! 'Hero of HUlam" admits, according [o the newspaper, thnt ht was "only.. directly responsible for about 200 deaths of herc-Ucs." Hy tyranny, it la charged, he obtained his vast wealth in Turkish gold always refusing bank notes. Once a week his wife or. on? of the meinberssof liis family travelled to Constantinople from Djemal's head- quarters uniier military escort witli small boxes of gold whtch were for- warded subsequently to Switzerland and Holland, It was Djemal and Djavjd Pasha who were at Paris in July, 1914. and, foreseeing the war. bought the Ger- man warships. Goeben and tireslau, for tueir government by orders from Djemal who has only a temporary permission to sojourn'iu Switzerland, wag recently requested by the Swiss government to Jeavo i3iis country, but he managed to procure a medical cer- tificate, proving thai, travelling would be prejudicial to bbaltb. and remain at Lausanne. Tho Tribune demands his expulsion (Edmvutou Bulletin.) The seventeenth annual session ol tho Alberta Conference of Ibe Meth- odist Church came lo a conclusion Tuesday afternoon, after transacting business tu an amount greater heavier than in tany previous year ol Its history. Tho conference large- ly attended by representatives of Methodism from every part of the province and a keeuj'oKrest vds dis- played in all tho financial, moral and religious work of the denomtua- tlou. The attendance kept iiretty well up to full strength until the end. Tho conference adjournrd to meet at Calgary on the Thursday preceding the first Sunday ot June. 1921. There Is now resident in the prov- ince of Alberta, 14.561 members In good and regular standing iu the Meth- odist Church, according to tho statis- tical committee report at the confer- ence Tuesday afternoon. This.shox'S during the past conference year a de- crease of 248, During tho year 330 members were received Into tho church by and 1.165 young persons and others on "probation." There are now 4C6 preaching places in tho province, 226 Sunday and teachers. Two new church- es were built during the year, also five parsonages. The total amount raised from all Methodist churches In the province was J476.274, showing an increase year. The chai Iricts in the conference were appoint- ed as follows: a Medicine A. D. Richards; Leth bridge. W. A. Lewis, Macleod; High River, A. A. Lytla: Calgary. A. Smllh; Youngstown. R. E. f Inlay; Red Deer. G, O. Webber; Lacombe, llollingsworth; Stettler, A. B. Argue; Coronation, E. T. Scragg; Camrase. K. K. Gordon; Uardisty, J. Ci. ard; Norman 1'rlesty; dmontou Kast, Driver; Edmo'n- ra West. "it. L. McTavlsh; Peace iver: O. A. Keltyls; Lamont, B. J. odgins; Vfrmillqu, M. L. Wright. ASKATCKEWAN RETAILERS TALK LUXURY TAX from Switzerland with several ot-hls satellites. DJemnl, however, cannot roluni to Turkey, as iliu death sen- tence awaits hini there. This Djemal Pasha should not be mistaken for another Turkish leader of similar naind nod title who recenUj wiis appointed a, minister ot tho new Turkish cabinet. Says They Have NrJ More Brains their appointment j Than Pioneer Sinister a In-jmoruing: and the discussion will be i TV continued this afternoon. problems Discussed. Absolution the social scrrtce j committee regarding the relations te- Canadian recommendation of llic The 10 fit siohcil finance committee which catue up for consideration at this morning's, ses- sion o[ the Presbyterian general as- sembly, that the salaries of'officials, Kuch ns superintendents of missions, etc.. should be increased from yearly, inet with au impas- ted protest from Rev. W. J. Kydd, of Alberta. He held that if a-' pioneer minisler could S1400 when thc-food that he purchased had to be freighted sometimes 100 miles, sure- ly the officials could worry along on S3000 in Toronto. He claimed that tbe officials were no better equipped lyitb brains than tho pioneer minis- ters, so that was not the The fascinating flavor of Lea (s Pcrrins' adds zest to food. No table or kitchen is complete without it. Insist on the one i genuine Worcester- original.' ORIGINAL ux! Genuine WorcotertWre JOYFUL EATING jour food U out (He of ptJoful Acidity, tHo ii taken out tA eating and firing. Kl-MQlDS we .wonderfu! tneir [o riomach troubled with over-Acidity. PIcttAnt to prpmptMnd definite. MADE BY SCOTT ft 1OWNE MAKM3 OF SCOTTS EMULSIOK LadiesKeepYoiArSkin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum Do not suffer another day with Itching, K! or ._ Ing I'llcs. No surgical oper- ation rtqulrtd Vr. Cfmc'3 Ointment wilt lelterovou ami lifting benefit. (fK, box: flfafcrj, or Xdmnnjrvn, BstM A Co., J'ox tit o If you mention Itil.1 t'ipvr and encloses, stamp to postage. the effect that the assembly recogniz- ed that 'the prevailing unrest is a of the vital effort oC the nation to adjust ilself to the new and chang- ing conditions. The unrest was real- ized as a belated.protest against. In- justices which have been' tolerated in the social system, the alienation pi Canada's natural resources, .the lying up of'lands fur spoculatio'n, profiteer- Ing In the.necessities cf lite, the pub- lic 'Indifference to th'e conditions un- der which many of the people live, and they called earnestly-for extensive reforms of the abuses complained oi by.parliaiceutary action. Vulgar Parade The resolution drew attention to the fact that selfish and vulgar parade of wealth at a time when all resources were required to tneet with the needs of tbe world, is one of .the cbie causes''of and called for the self-sacrifice and earnest: service lhat was shown by .all classes during tbe war. Tbe assembly warmly commended movements now on foot in many 'duslrles toward these' ends: Awarding Ihe worker a voice in de the conditions under ,which [the work is done and r, proper sharo in tho control of industry. {Jiving the workers an equitabl share in the wealth Jointly produced Co operating willi the state and with the workers themselves in pro- viding insurance against unemploy mcnt, accident, and illness, and in providing pensions for old age, an widowed mothers, Securing tor workers such hours o labor ns will afford leisure -for -self- improvement and for service to their fainlllet and the community. Providing in every office and lac- ory those comforts and conveniences hat will safeguard the health and brighten the lives ot employees while at their work, In Ihe intereals cf efficiency, as well as of industrial peace, the asscmblyi would urge that such con- Linued anil extended, The general assembly affirms the sacredncss of human personality, and wculd point out lhat euch conditions of work must be secured as will afford to each worker, the orporlunil; of the highest personal development. Organization a Danger The general assembly would point out the danger in the present tendency to organize iu groups and classes, each for the furtherance of its own inter- e.slii. While such organization may lie to each class a protecticn in itself against exploitation, rlus spirit of. faction and mutual siupk.-itm ran be avoided only by the different ch Eiibonlimtling their particular aims In devotion In the common gcoO. In .the grave difficulties and dangers of tlie period ot re-atljuatinent and rocon- Mruction, tlio assembly would tjll on McCIarys Mala goat! staves and Cooking utensils. "When you eat let it be the Best" Pineapple Marmalade Celebrated Bramble Jelly Ginger Marmalade ARE .GREAT APPETIZERS BOJLED IN SILVER PANS AskYour1 GPOOSP for Them MOOSE JAW, Juae Ibis nonling's meeiing ot llic Saskatchr- an Retail Merchnuls' Association, it as recommended the collection the tox ba collected at the ource ot. supply and absorbed in tlie amo vray as the other methods ot fixation. 'Announcement of the stand aken by the association In regard to he budget proposals were Iminediale- communicated to Ottawa by tele- raph. Another Mn'porUnt decision was 1'nat ustmctions bo given to tho incoming lenitive to (aka itn'mediato steps to ispose ot Block In the Detail Mor- hahts Trust Company [or .which hartej- was granted some time ago, nit which has never reached ihe stage >t active formation. NEW YORK FUNDS NEW YORK, ei- banga. strong, demand J3.94 14; ables ?3.97; Canadian dollars 87.75. Tilo rallle of pans antf dishes in tbe ;itchon sounds better to a hungry man than classical music. C'anada.-W.ost Indies con- 'c-rence has; practically ita work. Tusjtatlve agreeiuenls, it Is uu- have.baca' reached ttio CauudEau-and West Indian dele- ;ates. looking to a wide extension ot irade. Tlie agrcemenl, it Is stated, of the preferential provides for: Kxleuslon steamship service between Canada and tho West Indbn ports both by private and Canadian gotvrnmcnt Eitenslou. ot .the preferential tariffs between 'Canada and the Bri- tish West Indies., Increased facilities. In regard to prcjerentlal tariffs, tho West Indian colonies have been nak- lug for an increase In Ihd reciprocal preference from' tlie present 20 lo 50 ways. So far as steamship service H it is understood Ihe West Indian dele-gates have, expressed u willingness to bear part of any loss occasioned by the routes by Canadian government steamers-to islands not now ID'direct connection with. Canada. The West Indian delegates'an'In leavo for Toronto tonight. They spend Ihe week-end In tho. Niagara peninsula, returning to Ottawa ou' Tuesday. !n the Interval, Ibe propos- als made at the conference yrill bo sub- mltt'iul hv 1" the. cabinet council for consideration. Billiards bave superseded dancing alter dinner pastime in KuglanJ aud women'G billiard clubs are spring- up all over tho country. all our people to unite In the. the nation R3 a and (o cstiih- firmly those principles of justico and brotljerhood which alone can bring ns enuiiring The ciuestion of'the minimum stip- end for ministers was discussed at length and while many advocated the passing ol legislation fixiug as Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 2 packages for ,.....25c Red Arrow Sodas in wooden boxes, about six pounds to a box, special, each Corn and Peas, per tin.................... 20c Mrs. Earrien's Pineapple Marmalade, Special, per 4 Asparagus, per tin ......................35c Davies' Tomato Soup, 2 tins for H, P. Sauce, per bottle................, 30c SUPINA'S SPECIAL BLEND TEA It lias the flavor. Guaranteed cnml lo any 750 tea on Ihe ninrket. Wo bavc ovtr two Inuidrcrl nrstorncrs this famous tea nt present, and they won't have anylhinfi else, but we want every housewife lo try this tea. as L tpcclal For Saturday Only, per Ib................60r. All Kinds of-Chocolate Bars, 05c Prunes, 10 pound boxes, FREE DELIVERY 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH We Are Cutting Down The Prices in Order to Reduce Our Heavy Stocks Buy Your Summer Wear at This Store and Make a Substantial Saving i! A Special Value in White Silk Hosiery A pure thread silk to the knee -with a fine lisle elastic The toe and heels are double lisle thread, Insuring extra wearing qual- ities. Sizes up to 10. Selling at, per 1.50 Our Ladies'Suits Are Not Effected by the Luxury Tax Suits up to are selling for Take your choice Saturday of our entire-stock of serge and tricotino cloth suits, nn ft A for..................OU.UU Suits that wero {55.00 and put into one bargain lot for Saturday, your choice lor Chambray Dresses at pretty fine quilHy Chatabray Dress, especially finished; in pink, light tan. Sizes 16, 18, 36, 38. Silk Special On Sale Saturday at Silk Poplins The regular, stock. 36 inches wide. Colors navy, -prlnei purple, grey, rose, sand, Ivory, new blue', copen'.'Vein know how' well a good-popliii-.wears. Athletic Underwear For- Women and Children In one piece style, sleeveless and knee lepglh. In flesh and while dimity, fine nainsook and niuil. Ladies' Combinations are Selling fcnd Misses' Combinations are Selling and Girls' Combinations are Selling and Ladies White Wash Skirts Gabardine, Pique and Drill A s'p nntl special value-. All stzen, 20 Off All Tricolette and Georgette Dresses A beautiful lot of now dresses in tho clearing- gale, ptfered now without at a. discount oi 20 per cent 20 Off All Skirt Prices Serge, Poplin, Taffeta and Sfct- ia -also a few business iskirta of pure TVOO! Tweed, AH on sa'rfj at a discount'of 20 per cent. A. Very Fine Stock of Middies For Women and Girls Drills. Indian ifead, Repps and also Colored Pongee Silks. Priced at up to AU The Fine Waists Ucorgcllcs, Crcfo de Chino, HabuUi and Voileft, an extensive of styles to select tl The Simpson Co., Limited ;