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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It MONDAY, ALHt'lVlA. I'A'JK SI Reported Thil Wage Increase U Granted, But BoHrd Mem- Silent Thf. arbitration board in Iho drtc WMO noil ocnv v v PEIL LIBERALS NAMt SV. J. UHAMJTON. Out.. June 15. Counly Mberula (n on- nuol contention here reuomtriated W. J. I.OTVO. M> RP., aa Ibelr to con- Icil rht neit proTincltl elcc- ti'cn. lt> A1 draft re- port ot itf mrirta.nov btlig word- lit KlUch t- utrjMt to ullecA- The official report as to: the oj the noard will bo ready IraoimlgaloD to Ottawa tomorrow. Xo hlaL would tw flTcD by any vt Lhf of. Uio board as Co Us but the rumor Is going tbe roimdi among labor men today that a IncreuB IB granted lha clty workmen, but nol Ilio full amount lor. smoke Navy Cnt" wrapped ]n Tin PolL CALOARY. June lo lion. A. G. provincial mlnlE- ter ol bfalUi .and DunlclpallLloa, wlio Is In tho elly' today. Premier Charles Stewart Is down In Ottawa Hgain con- sulting wilL Sir Jtoborl Harden aad otLer federal arflilsterii ever tbrt sub- ject of the return, or the natural re- sourceE to (be provinces anil tUo (lUMtlon o[ Uio prbYlnclally-sub- rallwayg. TRANS-CANADA Across Canada in Ninety- i Three Hours Leaves Calgary 0.45 a.m. daily, reaching in 25 hours. Tho fastest transcontinental train between terminals m 'Anitricri naves a'.-busincss day For passengers eucli way oci'o'gsC'ahaOn. insL-hound train leaves Cnlgnry 9.30 p.m. daily for Toronto and Montreal. Limited io Sleeping-Cftr Pusengtri TIRST TRAIN JUNE 2nd For ipply to agent of the CANADIAN PACIFIC RY. by different Health. Don't let ill-hevllh. your .good looki.' Don't remain weak, 01 anaemic, or nervous, or TUn-down.Don'l suffer necd- leisly. GeLwell ihcWincarnla way lo new and vigorous the quIcV way, te- cmie iKe btRini fiftm iKe Flitt iure it t'tve.n r'awTsihh to coinlliii for over 50 Jeprciiifif druei. Wi'n- in oy Dodoii, beciuti il paneiifli fourfold powtf in pTodncitlunsW Tonic, i Dlood-mflkflf, n Tood ill in one. it promolei Tiew ngw olood, iiey nerve foite >nd raw vilalliy. IKe-ipnnf ll lhe nnr ynu. wKra j on %77fcT COMOI ife IOMI ick Jew tat rertl MW etcltd. Rut, fctMn-' ihii only Wiautni you only yrnle your noney lid di up point you. Remember uYftt WLxWiiil nrt new untried in Trputaix-n ef 40 VCMI' m le ftl well now, Buy So! t only in two mti A ef firt ff Mali, tf Keltic, T.YA a it-tth'lv ItHflff triit. A aluMtlMr tt lir Krfit'l STirfUulinl, Hum Griffr. ffilttll- ,it A ro.. Wm Lril i. l' Ikt l It (V, Koj lIMf .T iMeeling Tomorrow Jlornins in Y. M. C. A. N'ol Called IJy Civic The Woman's Civlr Cluh desires to slate Ibit the meeting iu ba held lu (lie Y.M.C-A. has not been called i hem. TUo manor of the- injiv lias beeti lali by Civic Club In tlie elands of (lie coiumlssInnerF. Tito nice title 10 has been rahed by Mr. Carlye. of Ihe t'rystal Dairy. as announced. A lot at iiiter- csl lius bo en aroused In Ihe mc-eilng lud .lomo facts on liolti sljr-s of the milk price question arc likely 10'de- velop. O NEW LAV.1 FIRM FOOTBALL Tbc following Ue urge's lineup hall game with t inorrow (Tueedart Ihe ball parX: Ncsblll O K. Jonea Klrili Coffey. Wilkja. lliucks v Ueslwick J.uaii. J: JODQI. Kick off 1 p.m. Referee. J. Uurr. Over Acres on Cameron Ranch Showing (rrowlh SI-ME 10 TEG IIUtY Prominent Cfleslials From Out- side I'oinls Here For The Occasion WINNIPEG. June 1C.- Shortly after 9.30 on Saturday II'JJ.H ilio uain con- veylnjf llie body of Majur-tieii. Sir Sam flele arrived in AViuniiiLg. Local iniMun'. auiuoriiics furnislied R Buard nl-honor for ihn rpctnHo.i CUSB ways and ol Ihc body, anil sin senior nifi.ers oT to lhe Crops on the blfi farms ot Canada's Ercateal farming concern, ihe Noble- ford Foundation. Limited, arc looking lint and with (ho usual volume of Juno rainfall a monaier total in hushch ;vtlk Le harvested. At ihc Xotilcford farni- soll drilling has done some dauiag.' not A preat deal, and tlie fit-Ids are making a fine showing. On ilic I'ar.i ortui rancli however, where over !5 are under cultlv.iliun. the cruii. are even lietter. Here ihere are IriQD aiTC5 each of whral and oals 2200 of rye and 3000 of fiai. niakinp in all oirer 13.000 acres In crop. Soil drifting in the NobleforJ Irlci is engasine the serious allenlion ol fur menu and il IK uiiilorfiood A con anil ILoyal N'orlhtrcBt Mounted deputed to act ns pallliearerv I-ady Sleelo accorapntiJttl tlte of lier htiebantl. Hie -.vcre body Because of an old trij1-! deed roquir- intf ttie Giitlph church 10 always be a Congressional church, [he union oT that bcdy with ihc Dis- ciple a, "vvllli wlioni Ihoy liave Ijceii nieeling Jor seven weeks, mnnot he consiimraalcd as d u-iti. M. A. barr A U in ill? praalrc t'( la'.v.- Mr l.iv was M -idem-.! v.- iviih MrAr- ihur anil ai the Mr. McArlliur was u-ltli ihc firm. J I'residcnl Jelliff of U. F. A. TelU rongreKalion Here Tliinzs Aboul Farmers >iy i real 31, J uuur.ittd lion and t.'t Fixed Tor Ihc Near Allis To Consider Her Economic Slnlus THREE KILLED WHEN TRAIN STRUCK AUTO Onl., June HerheiL Hay 'liny, together wlih his wife and grandson, about 10 years of age. while coming to .own Satur- day .afternoon, were struck by I be west hound persons 'I und killed. WINCARNIS New Health lo all who art Weak, Anaemic. let your life -1-' by in- Sunday afternoon marker] an event !n lor a I Clrricse circles, in ihe hold- ing of i he animal convention al [fie revived Chinese X.iiianal ll wan an auspicious occasion In lhal iho league, owing lo (he asFassmalion ot Lhe Chinese minister of education rti Victoria, while on a visit lo tlm country, had hccn banned, and- wnis now revived. Various petitions' had i been forwarded 10 the government, at OllRM'a. wllh lhe outcome lliat ihe league was rmnllicd lo go on AS lie- foro. fn to the Chinese, there was a number of the EnElish-snea'ninj; ot Iht cily r-TC-'Ciit by in- Tlie following Chinese delegates al- ended Ihc convcnLion: T. Chcong. Sncy. Chirk Hug. Krnesl V. Dong. gary; -Mati Hong, Macleod; Pack rinp. Hat; Jung Vec Ki, Hcilciurt. and Iling Leihbrldge. Tlie presidfcnl of the league in the nity (a FJ J. Me addressed .the meeting .in Chinese, and lhe o[ lhe proceedings were under Iht chair- manship uf Ernest V Doug. The hall In which Ilic convention n-as hMrl was bedecked- with flowery njirj visitor Ofl arrival Was pTfr d with a rose atuchjjil lo' a wlitle ribbon wilh Cliinc-se- cliannjj lers. The spokesman at HID meeting was Mr. Dong, who. In cxcellcnl and fluen outlined the Hi rough which Ihc league had passed through Us Tieing temporarily banned.' Tho in'urder of ihc Chinese minister had been unjustly laid al the door of the league, but on investigation, II had been" found" lhal lhe league hi no way connected with it. ll was an aclion by an individual on his own responsibility iti (Lai he consli-, ered lhe minister ivns in Canada and the Slates for Iho purpose of mlalnj; (nnils" (or aiding (he north oC China Iho Tight thai had been fioing on elwccn ihc north and the south and such' procedure ivould entail lucli loss ot life If it was allowed o go on. .Mr- Doug staled that ihc National .e.igutfj, of which there were 57 in the >otninion. TVtrc for the purpose ot -ating- the Chinese along rnlic lines of govcrnincnL He wel- omed 'iho Kngllsh-apeaJilng visitors n leagues looked lor support o them In carrying on their progrev Evc policies for Hie enlightenment ot he local Chinese. In regard lo p'airoini of ihi1 I" nit til Farmers, showing ihat lhe policies of Ihn farmers WC-IP iiol in any way stir- isli. oni'iraceil ihc- tvelfare all hi Ins i> Mr, Jeltft ivcnL back ui early (Inys on ilie faun, wilh rcinliilsccnros ff ihe i-liurch lift atl'-'iidcd, ila- UIR liyuins ihat ivere snug, and of ihc members o( the whom he wof- shlppeil. Those rou.tllpciioua were re- vivcd in ihc ?erviie hs was atlcnJ- Ing. lie foil Thai Ihr insi'lullon .of the I'.P.A. Sunday was a good ihinjr. as it brought the farmers lit ihcir dcpeiiilencp on ihc church Hit thought :hat all fanntrs should tm bui there difficulties sonieiiiurs in the way; ow- ing u disunccA from llw> churdi. and, in ilu- liiipy season, lhe fiinsurs Lblirr-iJ ID spend Sunday iu plrinnlni; oul ihc for ihe week's work, Mr. advocated a'ronmmnliy spirit litlweoii'iht people of tin1 city and the lamiL-rs. He fell lhal while linking ihf farms In anlus Uiey fhoiild in and have a lalit with fanilcrs :nul their wives. Joseph Connoly nf mnit lineninn ul the to man- i Company, was work. Wcilaiiil, Klcc- ilectroculcd at 71 Do You Read any of these Magazines Be svifpidous of or bleeding of HIP gums. Thiiis the first stage of in- iicUoiLs disease c? the pimj that (lc- Efroys. ,lbe teeth. 2.nd Ifxttly hrallh. Gradually the gums .They inflamp, then strict, ci- the tLdonamclctl I'sulli-Tjaio .to ihc ravages of decay. Tiny open- .Ifce gums form for germs lo enter ihc-system. .Medical traced many ilb to these infecting in guras ..TTeakcricd by Pj'OTTjica. -te, They are r.ow ID be a frc- nucnt- cauw of indigcstton, ihcumalisin and otncr RTiious coa- di lions. -I So cratch carefully-for that firrt tenderness or blccding of the p_umr- Try Forhan's immtdultly. It pori- ,lively'prevents Di> carc) if used in lima c.nd used ccn- cistcnlly: .'.And' in preventing guards against other ills. Forhan's (For the Gums) Iccth fcienlifically cs well. Brurli your tcc'fh with ft. It keeps the teeth while and rJran'. If gnhi-shrinkagc lias clrcady srt in tlart using Forhan's and ronsrTt a dentist imracdialcly Icr EiKciJ Jncrit., 't. 35C and LLZDCS. All FQRffAK'S, LTD., ZQT Jcnus J. W. Jackson Alter the past four years on active service, Is now open for business in Ihc olri Acme riumbiDS Lldg., 1257 Glh PLUMBING, HEATING. GAS FITTING Temporary Phone 4B3 freel.B Elliott GENERAL T1NSM1TUING Phone 1713 3SO Sixth Street South LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, Tractor Repairs spcclallie m rolinrlng gu Iraclor cylinders, "and (iLLlnj oversize pislons anil rlcga. We linvo !n stock al presEDt OTCtslio Cor all popular mahes o[ gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 215 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 FOR THE GUMS Insure Your Crops Against HU I I AIL IN THE Federal Insurance Co. ore JERSEY SOUND AND SQUARE TREATMENT- QUICK AND EFFICIENT SERVICE ASSETS EXCEED MILLIONS POLICY HOLDERS' SURPLUS R. V. GIBBONS LOCAL AGENT STAFFORD BLOCK DfJNT N THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU M AyE A, Please Notify W. LOWE, Phone 1603 CANADA FOJD BOARD LICQNJE NUMBER 2-0'.J- A Year Home Journal ----J2.00 Saturday Evening Post... 2.50 Country Gentleman ,.i... Pictorial Review 2.00 Maelein'; 2.09 They arc good rcndlnr, (or any home. If run care lo have Ilicm or IT your Eiibacriiitlon I? oxplr- IriR your rcnoyvnl ivlll he c.ira- fully Inched niter liy MM. J. II. Wllkle, late of ivlio representing all of the abova, Harvard Ave., Toronto" Retreading LATEST PROCESS In rotreadmg lias proven to do superior work lo the ordinary why -wo usn'lt. Illustrallon shows photo of our by this piocepr. Try II whon your llrcs need rcpaJiliiR and let us dcmoij- strata Ihat the DRY CURE PROCESS IS THE BEST. We ttll Dominion and Goodyear Tires ALL KINDS OF TIRE REPAIRS GUARANTEED. GROOVE TREADS We always New Gum nol Band! Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. B.MeKINNON, PROPRIETOR Removed to 416 7th Street S., Opp. Office C. P. R Sailings From Montreal, 10 a.m. July 1 Mtnnctloaa .Tulj- 2 Grampian jlnly 3 MclaEama ,lnly 12 Corsican Ifi Mellla .luly 23. ,'uly ,Tuly 27 ,Yufi. 2 K S .Kcotian Scandinavian Mlnncdosa Corilcan Mclagama Me lit a Aug. 22.'.....Tunisian LETHDRIDGE TO LIVERPOOL Minimum Rates (Cabin) 2nd class tax fo.Cfl. Knl class J12T.15, lax J3.00. K trnVRllins on MeiHla, Mtn- ncdosa or Mttlasama add second and (1.25 class ID I afcovc (P.TS sport application formJ Call or wTilft for free InfoTma- c. r, n. Ticket orticc, V JA3. GORDON -Depbl Ticket'Aaent PHONt Tickets isauiStl'on.hll olher. Al- lanllc line.-'. ;