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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Eicirr WEDNESDAY, JUNE y j, on a continuation of niter m to intent o! revlrme conditions following period hola 0[ ,n> province ana KUMONTON-. June report up If May 3151 on crop conditions indl-J bj, on Msy ible conditions following IM periot j (h i! active seeding subjei-l lo a delay] jt wannth. over the whole of ibe prov- ince and the prevalence of dryins n-inds. In the south the sup- ply had not got beioni current re luireoients. Cmworms hid appeared n some localities corresponding wiih !he areas of limited moisture but real- ly occurring generally in all of the 3pen prairie area ol tie province 15 !ar north us ,Pouoka. This condition ina overall out- The raias n closa cl lha month ere sufficient 10 put sn cud cutworm trouble ana this has con- nued to the ol brlujiug about n appreciable along Ihs middle dlslricl ill the [rsm Red Deer to the boundary, bul 1 ohtclly in short- showers. In tho mid- i die south moiiture Is needed to save crop on Uud other thin summer- It Is not yet possible lo predict full crop Condlllona over moil parts ol the province may be safely called gocJ but In the arts where molstute Is most commonly below Ideal supply there Is Jlill an aspect ol precarious- ness Tha weather, however, is ap- pirently-brolien and Ihero U ground lo aopo lor ulllmately good returns. HOW ISLAND, Juue l6.-Crops ire makins good srowth now. Tne ram anxiously wau'hed for csme last -Mon- day night a iplendid one too. j has Ktrea graini a new lite. and more homes Ih'at Caundliu ideals may lw tauihl Jor'CW eager to and pUfercul rclljlon Jroui iheir Miss Jlussell, a Missionary worker la India, woriiuc under tha direction of the Anglican church, gave a fasclnallu- descrliui.a of conditions In India, or the terrll'lo famines and the gratitude tuey towards the British in assistance them m Iheso dresdtul times. Shu they want Ilielr children uroughl m> the Kng- llsh, which lo them means truthful. upright, honorable. Siia. des- crlrt'ons ot nianr charact ers iron) (he snake chsimer to tho high caste Uraumln. Miss Russell, Iri HiiJItion lo doing cilucillonal work In India, worfcs in year. 1'res, -Mra. T. Ash, Edmoulon: 1st vli'e-pifs., Mrs. .V. Uaruer. L'al- piry; 2nd vlco-prcs., Mrs. A. M. Scolt, 'ilgtry Kec. sectctnry. (Dr.) Norman, Kdmonlou: secretary, Mrs. McKcc. C'aUary: itrelary o( Orrles. aud bauds. Mrs. Rooerli. 'Branca Treasurer, Mrs W. J MaBralh, EJmouton; circle and band treasurer. Mrs. T. Powell, ry: Suft. ol systematls giving. Mrs ilusller, FMincuton; Supt. ol straueers depl., lira. J. 1'nlmer Calsary; Delegate for board. Mrs. r. alternate. Mrs, Homer. women's u-c as K Many are over si. Inches high, warmly sbe la btlns ot crops gen .____ such as Murnb. ,T Vulcaa, Clares Id's Innlsltll Red Deer, and PonoVa; mlio point, s'onn the open euiem side ol the- provinc.. Gardens Iwv. Buttered in co-asluer.ibly wider and moro general thsn the area whew Seld crop demise occurred. _ The damage from cutvromu ia 1.0. pr-icUcally -spMl. H Is reported to j .mount to as per cent in few districts In the south but thli tprobably putllns H rather high. I at-- wormi are somewhat bid In Cantairs i and Olds districts to the north of Cal- ri'ry. South ol Calsiry the worst 'are.i lor cutworms i! between High Sllive- and Rellaw. Grasshoppers nra Reported from only ons dislrict In He south bul not as a limiting laclor. .Moiiture Cut orms a are over si. nces g, warmy recee re still at work and some shut up after tlie'r rnarrfciBO and sel farme-5 hire resown land whero ttie worms have destroyed Ihe eraln. Cou- ditiona much Improved since last week. REPOKIDFW.IS. IELL Since the l rain on ths The unth annual nieetlus of the Women's Missionary Society o! the Conference Branch, was held In MolhoJlst Church. Calsary- TuesJar.- Wednesdar and ThursCay. Juno 10. 11. 12, 1919. Mrs. W. L-. mau. instruct Superintendent, Mrs C. E Craes of church and Mrs. Gray of lie United church wera in ai- dom golnR cut. The Mahommedans are a steat Ii er in India for Ihe reibou that even Mahoniuiedan Is a missiousry and the Cfcrlsllans being so few number. She lold ot lito thousand who were dissatisfied with-their OWE and mlchl have but thai tho workers were so lew and llio Jlahom- uiedans gained them. She closed with nu urgent appeal tor more interest In the work and lu the missionaries i in our different Slelus. Tho following memoriil, after mucli discussion! was passed on to tho Board: "To the end thai Ihe 1AI10 EM The Quality Never Varies TlUCS IDC ECaClili r.iui vu urui, ui u ta d of Mar there has not heen from rain" out there have been in The convemion opened wlin iroal wrli of the province talrly enlhu-lasm aud' Inspiration with a showers In the Peace well-filled church In the openln! RED SEAL BUT-AfATS 5UI131.1 Riser' country reports go to show that the supply during the whole of the past month has been abundant and crops are in zooJ condition both 13 lo crain and bay bul lha progress of owing to rather cool weather. Heal land sunshine are Hie helps principally needed to speed up the crop. There '13 no damage reported ia ibe north Iron: cutworm? and very little soil drifting. In the central part of the province tlicro Save been frequent rains of local 1 character. Xc-srlr every part of Cen- Iral Alberta has been well served lor moisture excep) along the eastern hall of the Canadian Northern Railway be- tween Edmonton and Lloydminater. i In tho Vermilion dislrict conditions hare not been very favorable Elnce seeding. There have been strong winds "and very rain and In this neighborhood it will require vsry good conditions to bring the crop np to an ordiuarv average. Otherwise the crop for 3 hundred milo redius around Edmonton Is good. It has not receiv- ed lie moisture thai the farmer would ISe but grain crops are estab Illshed in good con'ditldn and have onlj oeen held tick by cool weather. Th' slow spring has somewhat bound u tie growth ol tame, meadows and Ih top ol vegetation on native pasture is not as forrfa'nl as It might be bu cattle and horses are both looking we] In Southern Alberta condlUons ar llie sion Tuesday erenios. Mrs. McClung, so well known In this iinjt- ince, was the chief speskor and a.s usual forth much her opening remnrla introduction by Dr. D the fact thai during .nslruclloii which msy bo given in tho jome, Sunday school sud churcli may Le supplemented -nd Ihe imparilns of rclisous truth la linked up wllh our educational system so resulting m Ihe formation ol moral character, your committee would re.-orauien Avoid Indigestion, Sour Add Stom- ach, Heartburn, Gas on Stom'ach, Etc. Indlcestlon aiul practically all forma ot stomach trouble, say medical ou- Ihorillef, are due times out ol len to an excess of tydrocblorlc ncld iu tho stonmch. Chronic "acid itom- ach" Is exceedingly dangerous rmd Euttorers should do either of Iwo Either they can go on a limited and often disagreeable uict. avoiding foods disagree wllh tlteju, that Irrllnlj this church, places itself on record as fav- oring the Introduction ol Iho follow- in Iho public schools of the prov- ince: 1st. TLe recital ol the Lord s pray- r.t the of eich day of the school and that a, graded syllabus ol scripture selections lor reading, with- out comment by the Icachers, be luni the Etpmacli and lead to evccas add secretlo-i or they can Ml as they please III reason and make 11 a. prac- lico 10 counteract Iho'effecl of the tion of ens, sourness esl of afl Fly Killers lOc per Packet at all Druggists, Grocers and'General Stores somewhat Irregular due io the unegna distribution of-rains, the ravages cntwormV in special localities, the feet ot' winds and the variations 1 the strength o' crop due to difference in the of land. Tho eas era side' of the south has been rathe fortunate In moisture and likewise In country Immediately tributary lo Ihe, co toolhili's and rains have' occurred' fermentation by Iho use of a little Blsurstcd Magnesia al their meals. .There is probably no betler, safer or more reliable Blomach antlacid than UlsurMed Magnesia and II li widely used for Ihal purpose. It has no direct action on stomach and Is not a digeatent. But a leaspoonful of the powder or a couple of five -rain tablets taken In !i little water agreed upon .by Ihe churches and pre- for use In Ihe schools. wllh the food will neutralize tha or- That Ihe ten commandments, acidity which may ihe United States, sho had found ace with the advance of thought an herelore.ivere holding Uielr women, be also said she was glad lo speak, or tht: S. whose policy ol never pproprialing and Iherelora never pending one cent unlli tho money M .ecured sbe heartlli approved of. McClung's subjecl, "The Prod- em ot Getting Together." was a -very Imelv one and eilremely well.hsnd- ed "She made reference to the coni- ng democracy and the rule of tho p-ople. She referred lo a cartoon Eha some time asoTif Old Europe ritb a toothache. Dr. CiTillMlion comes In and alter examining hlffi carelullv tells- him there Is no help for him" unless lie geis.rid ol some of, those- old crowns. Poor old Europe. ha, ireadr gotten rid ol some ol old crown's aai tlere.are olheri >ei deJinUo" morality code be recommend ed. A resolution was also passed pro Tiding for nchange in by-lift1 where- by n president shall be clislblo for reelection to office for three years of changing tacll rear. Tic following are the officers for nesia Iroru any reliable druggisL Asi Jor cither pswcler or tablets- It never conies as a liquid, mils or cilralp anii in Ihe LiRurntetl form is not a lair.- livc.' Try this and eat vrhat yo'i want at your neit meal nnd see If IhU isn't the best ndvlcc you ever had on "what to cai." old crons au e to BO. in the near future. The people are going to rule "d so much de- pends on the Mod of people and our attllude toward Hem. T Woman Threatens Suit Against Druggist Because He Sold Her Substitute For Nuxated Iron Case Is BremgKt To Attention of Physicians Who Warn Public Strength Power and Endurance The Red, White and Green Package is Familiar to All FOR over twelve years the original Red, While and Green corn flake package- has been a familiar combination of colors to all Canadians. During all these years millions of Canadians have enjoyed TOASTED CORN FLAKES ALWAYS make sure you are getting the genuine original Kellogg's Toasted Corn RJakes which are only sold in the red, white and green package. Accept No Substituted Imitations. Only Mattt in Canada ty THE BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE OFFICE AND PLANT In Canada we hare a serious prob- lem wiMhe forelen population. There languises spoken At Orauic Iron Niizated Iren. streets ot Winnipeg. time Ihese people discredit- Hi" i LONDON, ONTV ove It Is not much 'new laws we need but ft ind tills spirit Is being dc and inculculated by such men as Dr. Lfiwtord ambnE the.Aitsjrlan- and Ira Shivers In bis educatr Tcork for the foreigner. To meet the needs, ol lo-dar church muEt play an pan She must be interested In every pha.c of rnen'B lives. Sbe cannot sit and read her bible alone. That Is nec.es- sary but she roust work. The dead tn not those who live in Flanders fields bul-those ivho ore nnconceraed -elfish and who go among us In tne midst ol sin and suflering and carra; ooi who do nothing to level and mate slralghl lie crooked places and re- move the dangers from Hie way. SVednesday was a day ol great In- terest and encouragement, to all our workers [or It gave us'a clear Idea of some'ol the accomplished dtir- Ine the year. The.moroing was given lo reports of tho different branch 1 offices. It "found seven new organized, 523 circle members, band members and raised b) circles aud bands during Ine year. Three new auxiliaries have been or- ganized, making a loisl mcmnerablp In Ihe Branch membors. There has been an Increase In funds In near- ily every department, 53.100 being i raised. >n Increase of t1.85l.S5. Twelve o-ietles exceeded their aim In regard o Ihe 20 per cent. Increase In mem- bership and several also reached Ihe 20 per cent. increaM In funds. The afternoon session was up to addresses of missionaries form some ol our Telds. Ml" Illnds o plllemcnl Mission lolrl o! her work. Sli clubl are organized, Ihreo for slrls rmd Ihree lor boyi. ti- lenslvo Sunday" Schodl work H also being carried on but Iho grcal ilemnnd Is lor leathers. We must educate our leaders .Miss Kergueson of Watislat Miss Annstrone of Kolabreeki o. ihe n-ork. among 'ho RiillfenUns ol AlbeTla. Hl3! Fergueson nald Inoy were trying lo live up to their name and ho a llenl in the mltltt of IWs Rnlhenlan colony. Their house being i community centra. The work done In'Iho liome and by the missionaries In tho homes ol the people during Iho Intlutnit opened many hearls to them and makes an opening lor.a lady doctor or a doctor and a nurse. MIsJ Armstrong pict- ured rery vlviJly'a Journey.to Kola- krseka Illill-.enlan woddlni? and funer- al. They nre amonK a'.ity thousand Unlhonlana and yet Just one liome, Tho need U.ireit lor moro workers ire proper Bal. if lh wiA lo jo lo lii UoubT: of lelti.., Kiipljon for Nuralid Iroa lien ihey I FOR SALE BY J. O. HIGINBOTHAM 50., LTD. I1 Across Canada in Ninety Three Hours Unvcs Calgary 9.45 im. daily, reaching Vancouver in 2o }iour3. The fattest train between terminals in America-, eaves a business day for pusscngcrs cacli way across CanAda, Host-bound trnin leaves C'algnry 9.30 p.m. daily for Toronto and Montreal. Limited to Sleeping-Car Passengers Only. v 1 FIRST TRAIN JUNE 2nd ipply to ef CANADIAN PACIFIC RY. The same satisfying same delightful flavor is scaled in every am of Seal Brand Coffee In 1 pouivd, end 7, pouna in bean, ground, otfnc ground1 for Write {or c-ar tcoWet: "P.ifccl It j CHASE SANDORN MONTREAL u> Why Corns Hurt Nrfte this diagram picture of a com. Note its conical shape. The'cause o[ the corn is pressure. And pres- sure makes it hurt. The point of the corn ia pushed into the nerves. Applyine a Blue-jay plaster instantly removes the pressure. Note the ielt ring (A) in the picture below: The ring gives birefopt comfort In tightest ihac. But that is One Bh'ouM not coBtinne a ring; The corn should be quickly" ended. The bil of BSB wax in the center of the ring does that (marked B in illustration In two days, usually! the whole com disappears. It stops the pain, then ends the corn. And it wraps the core BO the action is undisturbed. Then the action of the BfiB wai is centered on the corn. Held there by the rubber coated adhesive tape (C) which wraps comfortably, around the tot. Healthy tissue a not affected. These are the lessons -why rnDlionJ oE people have adopted Ihe Blue-jay method. Keeping corns is folly this easy way can end them. Treating them m cruder ways is inexcusable. For your own take, convince youtiell by. applying Blue-jay to one cord. Tho Scientific Endu DranUM] BAUER t BLACK, LimHed Chioto, TorooU, New Ywk m TRANS-CANADA i Message to the Young Men of Canada 1 Canada needs Trained Men and Women! Whatever be the task confronting- in or peace, Canadais always in peril of failure so long as the young people of the country am economically unfitted for their tasks. Never were opportunities-so great. Thousands ot good-paving positions are waiting in evefry field of en- deavor for men and women trained to fill offices, stores, shops, factories, mines, railroads, on the all lines of lecbnical.-commercial, and agri- cultural work. For over. 26 years the Inlernfllipna! Correspondence Schools have been trainirfg Canadians. Thousands, have been helped to bigger careers through tne I. O. b. plan. 6500 are getting ready right now. Many of the largest employers in the country are interested in the work'of the I. C. S. in Canada, and, at (heir request, are being informed regularly concerning the progress of I. C. S. students among their employees. You can ulin with the aid of the I. C. S. J I'; Parker, of climbed from a a month job to a a year income as a Contrac or, Win T Griffiths advanced from carpenter to Supcnnlcn; (Jcnl of Construction for and Sons, Ottawa. liuntlrcds of Cnnnda'g forc- tisinu mahflgcrs, draftsmen, clcc- tricifins, and chemists pre- pared for promotion ill spare time 1, C, S. courses. Tlicl-C.S. can help you, no matter where yon Uve, wlial hours you Work, or how little your Mark find tnail the lion will nolobli- Ejalc yoii in Hie least but will give us an opportunity 1o show you liow, to pre- pare for asucceasfulcarccr. 1712. LOCAL REP.: W> DUCUID. 033 7TH ST. SOUTH ;