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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBnroGBT'UAlliY HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 15, inif? it.-. ProgrtMori and Publlthal*'? f. , f Hi LETHBrtlba& HERALt) PRINT-, '^lftQ!Ct�M(*ANY, LIM,IT6r Ul �th Street South.!' LetMirMB* w; A.5BuchaR�n '.. J- . FreBldent and ManaEing Director 9oha Tonanco � - Buslnbsi M&naKc'r to Ueason, takes a vigorous staiul . against tJio Gorninns aiul against Uio Socinlift l%a(let3..wlio nre.lilftgt closoiy , iUcntltlcil wVth, \lie.a;itl-\Vat', pliUforni. ; A preseutajWn of t!t^' �vl^jT^/pfMlio pro-wiu-'Soclalfttf xjii^.'si^f 1>}".a: NV. Kicl!cr, pubHsHfcr' jt'?i>if�i�'�i''i*^'*K'i-zluo,, j|ad .'fi^jsaip 'jpiibiish^ The 11 t ktiya; wi-lhe'W�i>k^9tjt-^!JJifp;- UJ-ft'^'tln (uric. � � -. V ,,-;t serious war. involving colossal sac- jjj,,']',f jg"'" ," rificci of men and money, could not _ Forty-seven million people contributed to the second I'.S. Ued Cross drive. Dr. F. ,!. Fluno, of Oakland, Cnl., is tlio now head of the Kir.st Church of Clirisl Scientist. The late .Tohn McMartln, .M.P., tor Gli'ngarry, left an estate valued at over four million dollars. __  .Mrs. Fallis. a pioneer of Wclwyn, .Sa.-;k.. ;uul mother of llov.. S. \V. Fallis, Calgary, is dead. .1. W. Magwood. pioneer of Killar-iiey.' .Man. and brother of Sheriff .Magwood. of Stratford. Ont., is dead. Aurora, Ont.. reports an lienor roll of L'T village boys killed In action or afford to tolerate internal propaganda calculated to interfere with the pro- K. J. H.van. Gunnnoque's chiof of police for more than thirty years, seculioii of the war. No C.ovolnmeut, t,,u,ul dead at his home, not even a Socialist (!overnn\ent. , would tolerate such opposition. THE PROGRESS . OF, THE WAR. Fighting on any large scale has practically ceased again on tlio western Iront, activities being confined to artillery fire and local operations. Military experts declare tho latest Gorman offensive gained nothing tor tjieiu and really amounted to a defeat. The pressure teing brought to bear "upon Japan to Interfere In Siberia is becoming stronger each day and some action is expected along these lines \ language which should never have fehortly. ! been inserted.- ,'  . . ......_ ....... __:_ i "i-have coiner to believe that the aL.ross"tl,o bdrder. ; dermaii monarchy, controlled by the i military party; entered' upon the war Another $r.0,000,000 is to be spent �1 foresaw what has happened at_ o,; ,^,,v uirpluno' bases acrtiss' the tho time and stated tiiat m my Judg- | border ment the party had b!an3tit?ibie. cpiiceBsicms and in-vesttacnts. in. .countries to be conquered-and- �added: ^'The business men. wS^e'Uot the only Germans who were bamboozled. Nearly all the Socialists, also were bamboozled into Total addition to the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the month ot -May was 37,SS8, ot which 32,207 ivere infantry. Sir John Wllllson heads a commission appointed by the Ontario Government to investigate the housing problem. Ontario County Council will add* one-haU" mill to the countv tax rate, supporttn-g the Kaiser and his war ! which will raise about $13,000 for the V.M.C.A.. Lambton County Council decided to grant the Y.M.C..-\. $11,000 tor over policies.' Beguiled by seduqtlye pro-raises; t&eG.c.r'n^ii Socialists betrayed Ihe'lnternationale aiui JijanSfented to | ^ _______ ____ support a great army ot^.-conquest,' seas work. The association asked tor whtch w-as to �tnakia the-liiiatfcft of I ?22,000. world a German.tradlttS-gtQun'l- j P. Cobb, ox-dirootor of the New "JVo- have seen-ivhat-happened at ' y^rk Railway Co.. suggests eliminat-Brest-titovsk where the German mili- j^g street car sers-ice there be-tary Governmefit Tiarliad a chance to ' tween 10 p.m. and G a.m. .'.how its real hand. ; - !'We have seen, what has happened I u.S. Treasury Secretary McAdoo in the Ukraine. . . ' 'estimates his country' will need to "We have seen what has happened ; raise eight billions 'in tax^s next hi: Finland. i year. "Wo have seen.that it is the mill-_ tai^wbich controls Germany, not tho I one hundred towel clad bathers civil rower. German protestation ol'. chased a trousers' looter through amity toward the world has been , Brooklyn Society into a policeman's tried in the balance and found want- \ ing. It la time for radicals to say so frankly. "We have seen the Emperor of Senator LaFollette's counsel is asking that the charge of disloyalty pre- Austria dissolve the p.irUament \vhen i ferred before a Senate committee It threatened to go against his will. "We Socialists have carefully taught ourselves to keep rigidly aloof from other parties, holding that we represent the working class and that our'class can have nothing \'a. com inon with anything which is not dis dismissed. Orville C. Knfleld, of Oklahoma city. Congressional candidate, has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for opposing the draft. For manufacturing opium, Fong , Hoy, "Iving of Newark, N.J.'a China-wor, but we oannol maintain �bia . town,'' wa.s sent to jail for three years position in the struggle through i ^nd fined ?3,000. which/the!-world'is now passing.''l.  | _ _.Jt lailinsplrins, to .read; that, .our Socialist friends are speing the war and Tho U.S. Senlita has nulhorlzod woman' suffrage for tho Hawaiian Islands". Wilmington, Dal., policemen throat-en to resign on bloc unless wages are raised. Mayor James Uolph, Ji"., of San Francisco, will run for tho Culltorn-lau governorship. Mrs. Waldie, relict of tl^o late John Waidio. o.x-.M.l\ tor Ilalton, died at Toronto. The lloyal Arcanum Is taking up the tight ngatnlt -the German press across tho border,' JntueS S. Brown, a native ot Sira-coe, Ont., now an �officer in the British army, has been knighted.  The general store and warehouse of.E. a Price, Roesor, .Man., was destroyed by fire. John Keans, 74, for 32 years a resident of Esse:j County, and tor 5 years ot Windsor, died after a long illness. Free "anti-typhoid" innoculation is now offered every United States citizen. .-V �00,0OO,O00 bushel wheat yield ia the latest prediction across tho border. Tho U. S. Senate will bo asked to approve prohibition as a war measure. Ail iron and steel in the States has been taken over by the Government. The commission form ot govom-ment for New York City Is suggested tor the duration ot the war. The U. S. War Department claims that tho visible rifle supply is sufficient for an army of 2,000,000. George Albert Betournay, pioneer of St. Boniface, is dead. He had an appointment with tho Indian department for years. Rev. R. L, Me-Tavish and Lome Laidlaw will. represent Medicine Hat at the Rotary-Club Convention in Kansas City  this -Inonth;^ The l.W.W. planned to stop the output of copper in the States, according to testlmOriy at the Chicago trial. ' . " President Wilson is said to oppose Federal "dry" legislation unless recommended by ^Qgd, Adminletrator Hoover. , ��^a:*';; i> President Wilsoif^i'as made a second appeal to GoVernor Stephens of .California for the iHe of T. J. Moonw, Sai Francisco dyna,nittard. People's Forum Communlcatlona under thla- heading must boar tho Blgnaturoa ot tho writers. THE PERENNIALS. Juno II, 191S. Editor Hornld: I should like a little space to reply to Presfdeut Maruoch's suggestion ro perennials on Gait Park. Ho says that wo should have' a propouderaiicn of perennials on tho park. Well we have at the present time. Wo have planted out this spring, one thousand nine hundred nud fifty, and we havo lots more at our nursery., I. am a great lover of' pOrennlals, aild they cdrtnlu-ly flower well in their proper season. It would puz'/.lc President .Marnoch to name six, or even throe perennials that would flower continuously through tho whole season. As regards porehnlSls In bloom up to the middle of November, these are the ones I have been looking foi' ^ince 1 was park suiierliitendout. . Wo consider ourselves lucky to get'flowers In the middle of September in thi.s climate. The geranium for I'ongtli of blooming -season has got. all  perennials boaten. I notidc that wliou tliu perennials aro sthrtlng to flower, that is the timo when hb advocates a more extensive use ot them, but w^lien they have finished blooming and our half-hardy annual and geraniums are flowering profusely then he is not saying anything for publication. Really 1 .do not think he should get after us for making tho park too attractive. I have reason to believe that the majority of citizens enjoy tho varied schemes ot hedging, etc. A park, as I understand, is a i)!ace where jieoplo go to enjoy the flowers that they cannot have at home. So please. ,Mr. President, give us a weo bit of credit for turning a piece ot prairie Into one of the best parks In Western Canada. It wo were neglecting the park in any way i should expect the Board ot Trade to get after us, as they did In 1!>13 (tho year I was away), when, with eleven men working on the park, everybody was asking what was tho matter with Gait Gardens. The Board of Trade held a meeting on this matter, and it was decided to wrlto- the City Council to the effect, that in the board's .opinion, Gait Gardens being one ot tho beauty spots of the prairie provinces, a special effort should be put forth to keep them in the best ot condition. Evidently the keeping ot them in the best of condition doesn't appeal to Mr. Marnoch. My one thought, as long as I am park superintendent. Is to make Gait Park as pretty and attractive as I can. But when the majority ot the ratepayers show that they want anything cutting out, 1 should bo perfectly willing to do this. I wish to thank President Marnoch for his compliment In regards to ray Ingenuity, but it I had to use all perennials, I could not pronjise him the hiass ot bloom he usually sees when the perennials are over^ I should like to say that I know that the scheme ot bedding' that is carried out on the park, has won � unstinted praise and approval from experts and men who know more about park and horticultural work than our worthy president ot tho Board ot Trade, if Ihoro was another person who ngreod with him on this aubjoct, 1 should think there was something In It. But so far 1 havo failed to find anyone who wants any change tit' nlV on tho park. -S | Tliaiiklhg you for. the aUoyo .spaed. ' F. n. 'MlTCHRbU, ' Park Supt. ; i.' ? '---rrT '.'' ' WESTfiRN OFflCEM ;H'' anrlng" fliis The two and a halt year old son of, Jules Taillon, Quebec City,' choked to its real lUeaning as the rest of tlie ; death by s\y^llowii'ig a pea in the ino-continent sees it. There are men and ithe mother. INSURANCE Ft costs NO MORE to insure TODAY. No LESS one month hence. ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED. POLICIES WRITTEN IN OUR OFFICE. IMMEDIATE COVERING. : : I. ANY AMOUNT. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. nesvspapers, rlgjit- Jiere In Canada, who lag behhurthe U. S. SocfalLsts in Brockville Fair Board'tas cohcell-ed,,lts fexhlbition/ofthis year,'aa hun their support-ot the war. They -are ; dredg'Ot troops are' 'tiuartered. at the grotmds..' ,% " ' eager to cripple war effort by criticism and attacking unwarrnntedly the Government of the day, beca'use they ,put party; before country, "they �'Apples will be' _plentltul- in,''the Niagara district. GroKvers say a^raw berries are 'slibrt. because.:�o inaUy might learn-the lesson ;ta�ght by >lr. j ^^'"^^ ;?�f"x'fcenfllve Hp7Hail of drunktiu.iies^ uuioijk. fijrpt labuvei^s anfl "�'\h�th'trr JViii'tUe WiJUitnd ^(Siplci;o^:lts. Polfcijf rjl^fds- 'on Meri'!lt:)!;�hat�ao'>jtttVi! proved ulJorlive, no flQlt'gr, fieitiij^Mulii". oil -iiTw' prRinlseK. Soiiio ^Te^', ilgo however, -a bunch oIf drunken i'nen "�(!u�a|e(i" on ',A1errUt, who had been hiding bottles of litiuor in various part.'i of Ills hush. 'I'lio men knew by lila'.'.ed ireoK and other sgheuos wUcd'o 10 ihid tho bottles. Knox Chureh Corner^4th Ave. apd'Sth .Street S. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, r>a�tor � Rev. W. F. Burna. Acting Pastor. Regular cervices at XI a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Boys Deparlment. 12.30 a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class. 2.0D p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible CiasB. 12.15 p.m.: Other Department of Sunday School t pan.: Chinese Class. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE . Rev,, E, J. Hodgini, ,0.;^;. Pastor 1271 6th Ave. N. v.v ' Phone 1689, 10' aiiii.: 'Cia38'''Meet|ijfe fp'r Boys nad Girls. ^V-\7 ; " / 10 a.m.: Boys' Dept.'ofthe 3. S. In the hall. 11 a.m. Topic: ','Hpw  Woodcutter Divided a Tree and the Dlvlilon of a Life.' 2 p.m.: Beginners and-Primary Depts. of the S. S. in tho Hall. . . 3 p.m.: Girls' Dept. of the S. S. In tho Cliuroh, � f. ... . 3.15 p.m.: Aduit Deptj.of the S. S, in tho Church, 7.(10,Topic: "The Food Problem; Are We Nearer Famine: Than We Think?"   Wesley Church Rev, Chas. E. Cragg, B. D., Pastor. Residence 320 llth St. S. Phones: Parsonage 4Q4, Church Study'408 . Claude Hughes. Musical Director 11 a.m.: Morning Wbrship. 12 noon: Bible School and Bible Classes. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Service. Subject, "The Coming Election; the Kind of Men We Need in the Council." Tho pastor will preach at both services. ^. I ANGLICAN PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 8. O. E. Hall, next Y. M. C. A. Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor Res, 357 16th 8t.,N. Services Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.45 p.m. Tiiesday and Thurmliiyfl, 8 p.m. j KvanKollHts H, ,1. anjl Mrs. Scott an-�jiylstlng.^ . Everybody Welcome ISvBSofcrATED 'eiB^ STUDENT . Room 12, Stafford Block Sunday. 7.;i0 pan.: Biblp Study lui tho � Boole of Itevelatlon. Sunday at n p.m.: Bible Study. Wednesday, S p.m.: lilblc .Study on "The Atonement Between God and Man," follnwt'd by prayer and testimony innetiiig. Seats Free, ^o Collection- iSt. Cyprtan's Church Cor.* llth fetreet''�nd Bth Ave. South. Rev. Canoii'W; V.'.MbMlllen, 6.A.. .....- ��  � Rector' ;:-�',".!� Matlnt- --EVENSONG. 7J0 p.m. , Holy pomrnufllon--l*t i^nd-^rd Sun' days ^t.8.00; 2nd an^ iLii>.Sundays at.il,*.m.';'. Baptl�nfi-j-4th',Suudi)X8 at 4 p.iu. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S, Rev. C. Baker, P.ittor Sefvlces at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. A.M. Subject: "The Beatitude of Vis-, Ion." (Series 8 on Sermon on the � Mount.) Sunday School at 13 a.� I'M. Subject: "The' New Testament Reason for the Delay of the Kingdom." - Baptisms at tho cIorc of the evening , service. Our mesaagoH cover overy phase of � life; The. pastor: invitosA any Iioncsti^ (luestion and -will be vM\([ to sponk on any subject roauested that is vital to humuu oxistpiico. All Welcome CHRISTIAN f^CIENf'.li y CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Bloeh, 71h Street 3. Sunday Sarvlco at 11 i.i.i" Subject: "O^dthe Preserver.of Man." Sunday School convenes � altor tho morning service. Wednesday Kvenlnfli Tostlraony moBt-Ing at 8 p.m. Che reading room Is open dail? o^' cept Sundays and legal holldnys, from. 3 to J) p.m> Here, the Bible and author Ized Christian Sclbride'llteraturb may bo read,, Iborro^vod or., purchasod. T'lo pubHc' cordftiliy hivltetl, toi'" at-, tend the. chnr�* y�6rvice8;> alB,^ to vjilt \M readMns'-^^om. .* :" ftT' u�^TH^?PGeVqo^ l" � - -v', � . � HALL V (Ijato Gth Ave. N. BaptlKt Church) Speaker: John V.w. liSS i;Uh Si. N. Sunday School, li-'l p.m. 7.30 Oospol AdilroKK, Wvonlng Subjc'cl: "The Wrong Man on the Tree." Everybody Welcome Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th 9t. 6; Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor C12 Seventh Street South Phone 602 'Sunday School at 10.30, Preaching 11.30. Subject, "Lessons fromC.ileb and Joshua." The Children's Day Program has been postponed until,.Tunc 2;i. Chrlidian Kndenvor'at 0.-15. Subjiict for KvonlUK Soi'ylc(!; "Stealing From God!" , ' ~ SALVA'J'ioN ARMY Adj. and Mrs, H,:!mllton, officers In charge. Sunday, 11. a.m., 3 and. J.30' p.m. ' Sunday School. 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p,mr Tuesday, 7.3(1 p.m., Corp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Homo LaafiLO. S p,m.: LIfo Having ScOuts and Guards TPt CItadol Bund In uttonduncos, Sunday and Thurfiday. SltvIoou. ' Everybody Welcome Wilson &Skeith C. J', R. Farm Lands-Insurance Phone 134* Offlcc-^Sherlock BulMIng ' CHRISTADEFJMUANS j Meet tu Iho'Moottc Hall, UltJlQboiltuul BiocU. Kutrancf r.lli St. and l!ud Ave. South. ,. Sundays at 10 n'.ni.: To Break Broad In Jtfuiiombniiico of (ho f.iord'H Doutli, and al 7,31) p.m.: To I'rotiliilm the Cilad TidliigH of (ho Kingdom of dod.' Huhjet't: "Strong Delusions of the Lat-tcr D.'jya." Wi'ilucHdny at .S p.m., liil)l(! (llass. All Seats Free, No Collection, HAIL INSURANCE Employers Liability Assurance CORPORATION, 'LIMITED SECURITY Tho strongest British company," licensed in tho Westorn Canada' Hall Field, AND.r oUior RELIABLE COMPANIES'^ uro represented byus. Applications covered immediately. 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