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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta *!?AGE SIX THE LETWBRIDGE ~ DAILY HERALD SATURDAY," JUNE 16,101 j I TO arly Settlement In Air-Heavy Wne For Selling Liquor (From Our Own Con �spondent) Coalhurst, June 15.-Tho news ot a robable early settlement of the mine trlke la the chief topic of discussion n local labor circles today. It Is mored that -work �will be resumed n Monday, but so far the local of-cials declare that they have received 0 official notification of the results t the conference at Calgary. It is xpected that tho strike will bo over n a few days and that sometime next eek all the men will have started n a long term of steady work. Mrs. Bennett and family left on ueaday afternoon for North Battle-ord. Mr. Bennett Is serving overseas. Six local boys appeared before Jus-Ice of Peace Macdonald on Thursday arged with destroying property. One y was discharged, there being no Tldence against him. The other five ere fined $1 and costs each. On the me day Geo. Stephaniuk, of Dla-ond City was fined $75 and costs or selling liquor, the arrest being ade by the provincial police. These Te the first cases appearing locally or somo considerable Lime. Klpp was the scene of a runaway n Monday afternoon when a team, tt for a few minutes outside the st office, decided to make for home, ter crossing the track they collided 1th a telephone pole and in a few bments had smashed the democrat ~d broken the harness. The team scaped without Injury. Wm. Johnson has moved into his ew house on the main street. D. H. Quigley left yesterday for vansburg where he will act as pit sa in the Pembina mine. The mine owned by the same company that perates the local plant and the ' ango is in the nature of a well de-erved promotion for Mr. Quigley. Ben Whitney held an auction sale t his farm on Tuesday. The sale as well attended and proved very tlsfactory. The steady sunshine of the past o days has come as a very welcome hange. The farmers were needing ^e sun laore than the rain, of which e have had sufficient to assure a ood crop. Mrs. Purdy left this week for an xtended visit to Vancouver. We are sorry to report that Mrs. essetti, whose husband is the presi-ent of the local miners' union, was ken sick yesterday and had to be -nveyed to the Gait hospital. We derstand that her condition is not erious and she expects to be out in short time. Mr. Bates of Klpp Is the purchaser f a new Ford car. Charles Watmough of West Leth-ridge is building a new barn for Is horses and cattle. 1 A dance was held in the picture ouse on Thursday evening and was ell patronized. ^Messrs. Wm. Macdonald and George axwell are purchasers of a C.P.B.. uarter section close to Commerce. The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. m. J. Robertson died on Saturday fternoon. Much sympathy is felt for e parents who are well known in a West Lethbridge district, where e mother's parents reside. Owing to the long evenings and so strike conditions the weekly so-als will be discontinued for a short "me and will not be held until tur-er notice. Grain is In good shape throughout bis district and the wheat is begin-In* to shoot up. So far the season been splendid and it seems that be prosperity of Southern Alberta will be assured this year. School Accommodation Last week we suggested the noed of an extra room for the school owing to tho present or recent large number of scholars in attendance. Since writ-ing those notes we hare learned that the trustees have been quietly zr tying in tbe matter for some time p.ist and have provided nil the necessary equipment for the now room. Arrangements have been made for the provision of an extra teaohor and the school will reopen nfter the holidays In good shape for the new season's work, Tho school furniture has also been kept up-to-date and, among other things, the old composition blackboards have been replaced by now slate boards. It was not Intended that our note of last week should in any way reflect upon tho work of tho trustees who have worked hard and thoughtfully to make the school tho best possible. The Rod Cross committee met on Wednesday evening when most encouraging reports were presented of the work done in the past month Owing to the big effort being made by the Lethbridge society, it was decided not to undertake any special event on July 2, Provincial lied Cross Day. All local workers are asked to support the Lethbridge carnival. A cheque of $300 was forwarded to tho provincial secretary as a donation from the local society. The society acknowledges with pleasure receipt of $82.35 from the Choir Advendo of tho Dutch Christian Reformed church, of Monarch, per J. Kooie and J. Kel-leynse. The money was the proceeds of a concert held in aid of the society. The local secretary has also received the following amounts: Mr. Swnn-son. $10; Dr. G. B. Rose, J. I. Cash, J. McRae. $5 each; Coalhurst Social club, $2.50; E. Morgan. L.. Kee, $2; J. S. Perclval, P. H. Percival. $1. , Little Nancy Abernethy has been I sick this week with measles, but Is making good recovery. URUGUAY FAVORABLE Montevideo, June 15.-The senate decided today that If American warships visit Uruguayan ports they will be treated as non belligerents. Although L:ruguay decreed Its neutrality Ihtfle war between the United States and Germany she expressed sympathy with the action of the United States. Warships rated as belligerents would be permitted to remain in port only twenty-four hours and would be limited as to supplies which they might take on. WORK OF SPIES. An AtlanMc Port, June 15.-Captain Frank Lauren, of the American schooner Barbara, sunk by a German submarine May *4 while en route from Port Arthur, Texas, from Spain, reported on his arrival here today that spies at Gibraltar had obtained Information regarding the movement of his vessel and conveyed them to commander of the U-boat by which he was attacked, seventy miles from Cape Trafalgar. One member of the crew was arrested at Gibraltar and locked up. There was reason to believe, the captain said that he had communicated with German spies. Captain Lauren, his wife and crew had been adrift 20 hours when picked up by a Spanish brig and landed at Gibraltar. LEAVES ESTATE IN I Calgary, Jur* 13.-Probate was granted In the will of the lato Arthur John Myers of ttsid Hill, Alts.., who died in October, 191.fi, to Robert H. Myers, pxecutor named in the will. Tho estate is Taluod at $4,000 and tho beneficiaries are a son Harold, and a daughter, Anna. H. J. Mabor, of Vulcan, is the -solicitor for the estate, which oonsists principally of farm load In tho Vulcan district.. Letters of administration, with will annexed, In the estate of William A. lurer, have been granted to tho Trusts and Guarantee company, as attorneys for the Chicago Title and Trust company, sole executors named In tho will. The entire estate Is valuednt $S0,- 000, of which $19,000 Is In Alberta, and consists of intoroit* in both form and city property. P, 3. Borjteron 1* solicitor for the estate, and tho beneficiaries aro tne widow, 'three sons, two daughters, two brothers and a sistor. One son lives In Innisfail, the others are domiciled In Chicago, MR. BALFOUR (Prom the N.Y. Times) Mr. Balfour has concluded his mission tt> this country. His farowell speech to tfce American people, delivered at tho National Press club, was worthy of that great audience and of Kb' author's reputatlou. He spoke with that deep, restrained feeling, that fine thought charged with generous emotion, that clearness, grace, sobriety, and good taste that aro characteristic of him. Ho spoke with n noble sympathy and appreciation of the work done by the government, by the president, tlio American �war work so far. Ho was just to tho country. He was just to tho press. Ho described simply and powerfully Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug-fists, Grocers and General Store*. Ge| tjour Kodaks and Supplies at our Drug Store What's the use of taking pictures If they are not GOOD? k- Come to us for your kodak and photo supplies and you will be ft sure to have the best pictures that can be made. We Are Specialists in Enlargements Let us one tome of your best negatives and tet us give you n ppfce on enlargements. DEVELOPING AND PRINTING FINISHED RIGHT AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. 1 PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS FIFTH STREET 8 -WE TAKE CARE- The "vciy highest point in a'wheat food has been reached in Krambles, made onfcrof the whole of "the Durum-wheat, plus anew and delicious flaror Look To v this signature "Alberta Government Telephones" TELEPHONE MEN WANTED Experienced Foremen, Sub Foremen, Linemen, Cable Splicers, Cable Splicers' helpers, Wire Chiefs, Automatic Switchmen, District Plant Inspectors, City Trouble Men, Manual Switch Board men, Installers and Rack men, are required at Calgary, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. The following minimum wages are offered to competent men. Higher salaries will be paid when warranted by ability and services rendered: Exchange Foremen..............................$135,00 per month Exchange 8ub Foremen .............................. 60c per hour Exchange Linemen .................................... 56c per hour Floating Gang Foremen.................. $4.00 per day and expenses Floating Gang Linemen..................$3.25 per day and expenses) Cable 8pllcers ...................................... 66c per hour Cable Splicers' Helpers................................ 44c per hour Wire Chiefs ................'.'.................... $120.00 per month District Splicers ..................,.............. $105.00 per month Automatic Switchmen.......................... $105.00 per month Troublemen ..................................... $105.00 per month Switch Board men................................$105.00 per month Installers .............................................48c per hour Rack men ............................................48c per hour FOUR YOUNG MEN ARE WANTED to learn the Automatic, and Three to learn the District Plant Work. Apply, giving full particulars of past experience and reference to Local Office, W. R. Pearce, General Superintendent. 156-3 tho "Impressions tho most pleasurable," tho most "momentous" of his month among ub. The American lmprosslons of htm aro the asms, Ho was received with an enthusiasm that must have surprised him, a modoBt, shy man, unused to popular applause. In personal dignity, in urbanity, in the authority ot a long brilliant career, in his manly, thoughtful speech, to the purpose and without glitter of rhetoric, by his evident response to the popular emotion, the feeling of this groat democracy, in his demeanor and his work, he more than realized expectation. Horo was a groat British statesman, equal to his place and fame. He will bo long momembored In America. Ho has done a high sorvlco to Great Britain and all democracies. QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON ONTARIO ARTS MEDICINE EDUCATION APPUED SCIENCE Mining, ChemlcM, Civil, Mectwnlnl �ml mcclrical Engineering. HOME STUDY Arte Course bv correspondence. Degree with one year's attendance. Sammar School Navigation School July, mmd August D*c�mb�r to April IS CEO. Y. CHOWN, Raalst�r y-.miHw**-'"-- |---- � � �------- � � � . . � i- BAKING ^^^^ PUWDfR E WGILLETT CO LTD. ^SSl'l �V gflffi TORONTO.CANADA ^SSy=fefc*==^ WINNIPEC MONTREAL iofie Emblem Efficient School Summer School School will be In session all year. Boys and girls who are really In earnest should start to school now, and be ready in tho Fall for positions -when other students are Just beginning their courses. HOURS DURING JULY AND AUGUST 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.-No Afternoon Session. Garbutt Business College PHONE 1315 411 EIGHTH 8T. 8. LETHBRIDGE II PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor. Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. B.00 p.m.: Other Departments of Sunday School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 10 a.m., Children's Class Meeting. 11 am.: Children's Service and Special Children's Address. 2.00: Westminster Sunday School. 3.00: Adult and Young People's Bible Classes in Parsonage. 3.15 p.m., St. Andrew's Sunday School. 7.30: The pastor's farewell address in connection with the evening service. Stewards will be elected; and at the close of the service the Ladies' aid of the two former congregations are asked to meet. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11tn Street and 8th Ave. South, Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B.A., Rector Matins-11 a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-1st and 3rd Sundays at 8.30; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Baptism-4th Sundays at 4 p.m. Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Frank A. Andrews, Minister. Residence, 806 7th St. S. Phone 1547. 10.30 a.m.: Bible school followed by preaching and communion. Subject, "Four Essentials of Christian Growth." 6.30 p.m.: Christian Endeavor Meeting. 7.30 p.m.: Preaching. Subject: "The Reasonableness of Faith." BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. 8. Rev. C. Baker, Paitor Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. A.At. Subject: The Anclont and Modern Mistake of the Builders of Civilization." P.M. Subject: "The Meaning of Being . Saved by the Name of Jesus." Sunday School at 12 a.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir Practice, Thurs.,8 p.m. � -All aro cordially welcomed. CH RIST ADELPHIANS METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 10 a.m. Bible School. 11 a.m.: "Men of Character as Sources of Strength." 3 p.m.; Onward and Protheon Classes. 7.30 p.m.: Annual Memorial Service for B. of R. T. and O. R. C's; B. L. F. and E. and B. of E. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission (Apostolic Faith) Fifth Avenue North Elder Geo. F. DeElllon. Pastor Services: Sunday 11 n.m. and 7.30 p.m. Pull Gospel: Tuesday, 8 p.m.; Thursday, 8 p.m. Divine Healing Jesus Is Coming Soon A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Subject: ''God, the Preserver of Man." Sunday School ,at tho close ot the morning service. Wednesday Evening, Testimony masting at 8 p.m. The reading room is open dally except Sunday and legal holidays, from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, tho bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. The public is cordially Invited to attend the church services, also to visit the reading room. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the' Breaking ot Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Cospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. Meet In ths Moose Hall, Hlglnbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: 8 p.m., Bible Class. Sundays at 3p.m., to commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim tho glad tidings of the Kingdom ot God. Subject: "Britain, Palestine and the Jews." All Seats Free No Collection LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Avs. and 12th St. 8. Sunday School-10.30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary association-Saturday 8 p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome), Bishop Geo. W. Geen, 1010 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493, SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Cltsdsl, 8th 8t Sunday-11 a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. PralBe Meeting and 7.30 Salvation Meeting. Week Nights-Monday, 8 p.m., Public Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Masting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. Everybody Wsleoms Britain and the Jews A LECTURE WILL BE DELIVERED (D.V.) In the Moose Hall, Iliginbotham Block, Fifth Street and Second Ave. S. On SUNDAY, JUNE 17th AT 7.30 P.M. BY Mr. SIDNEY T. BATSFORD SUBJECT: 'BRITAIN, PALESTINE AND THE JEWS' ALL 8EAT8 FREE NO COLLECTION 16386526 ;