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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WIODMCSDAY. .Il'Nl', 10, iniS rim Lia'HHMIDC.I'; DAIf.Y IlKRAI.tJ LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT IH[ WAR LECTURE BUREAU IS DOING . ASPLENOIOWORK |) Frank Yeigh, Noted Lecturer, Tells r.ociil Men of Value, of Work C'liiuitUi 1ms nlroady un army ot 1000 rivc-mliuiUi men !n iienrly tlinio luiiidrod cities aiftl lowiiH iiiiroUeil 111 the Caniuliun War 1ms l)i!cn eompoROd of I ho local Bar Society, with jii(l|>;h .lackRon ii� locul rhalriiiiii). The visiting; offlc^lal ot Uio hiiroau wim the giKisI at a luncheon in hlH honr)r iil the Y, M. C. A. laHl nv-nnlng which was attended hy the nivc are rit-litlng for. Thevu are many who need to be kept keyed np. \Vo are �iot in the position of ncc.uiiylPB grandstand seal.-t looking (hi at fli�i great war over there-we are In It. .Stimulation is necessary thdt' wo nuiy not lag, and our five TOlnijtR. speakers, who are identical with the foui;-minule men In the II. H. on whom l-rcaldent Wilson called at the onthroak of the- war niual supply tho onti'iiala.sni to lieep people fired to their very bept in war work, 'I'his is done hy reaching tiiem through the moving picture sliow.^, the (Uie Krojil two-million audience of every week, through the schools, the churiheH. conventions, picnics and In fifty other different ways by which audiences can be readied. The bureau is a war speaking niacliinc of :ampiiigns such as (hose for (he Vic-lory Loans, the Ued Cross and the Patriotic Fund. Guest at Luncheon Mr. Yeigh, seeretai'y of ilic organ-'zation was in tho city yesterday on a ;nnr ot tho west where he is furthering '.lie work ot tho organization, and while here ho was tlio guest of tiie local bureau, which up to the present which nearly destroyed Italy last ( np by the press everywhoiv' fall, at the efforts in 11. S. A. wliich ilrtve rocenljy been so ruthlessly exposed in U. S. magazines. In Chin.i too, great barm Is being done at ines-ent, the Goinntns being very anxious to stir up strife tliore and succeed in gaining a back door into China tbu.-^ tliroatening Hritlsh India. Spain is seething at the present lime because iMPQflTANT AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS FRI. NEXT, JUNE 21 AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD . FURNITURE .\nd effects including: Very handsome fumed oak dining suite rnmprising dining table, buffet and chairs; pair ot very handsome Den chairs, allover tapestry ; handsome brass bed, complete with springs and felt mattress; voVy line :i-plcce nialiogany parloR suite; sot of solid oak diners; solid oak rockers; two very good single beds (complete; leather upholstered lounge; small sized REFRIGERATOR; den lounge chair; two brand new Congolcum Rugs; gas-lino range; large gas range; very fine Stanley PIANOFORTE in MAHOGANY CASE, perfect tone; numerous smaller items. THERE ARE SOME REALLY HIGH CLASS GOODS IN THIS SALE. ROOMS OPEN THURSDAY EVENING 7-9. One example of the need of uublicity Is ill connection witli the registration on Saturday, and as a result of Mr. �^eigirs visit there will be speakers in llu' theatres each evening until Saturday who will give five niiinile talks on various jibases of the K\ib]ect, Mr. Veiglj concludeil bis jiddre.ss by ii sample five-minute'talk on "llow llritain has met crises in the past." A vote of thanks was tendered him ))y Dr. Conybenre and S. .1. Shepherd. Short talks on the subject were glv(!n by Dr. f'onyboare, 1). H. Elton, Capt. McKenzie and Capt. Leech, all of whom were enthusiastic for the possibility of doing good war work by the war lecture method. An infornial session between Mr. Yeigh and Ihi^ members of ihe local committee was held afterward.-! when llic plans for the future were dUiMissed. The local organization is now in good working condition and much will be heard from it in tho nexi tew months. HAD HIS PAPERS, BUI WERE Oliy CIGARETTE PAPERS One Young Mun Did Not Havel The night Kind of I'apei.s- i Sonic Fined > , Ihti; \\\i:y ' are," and ho hauled, out piickage ot clgnnUte ijapers This rather aniuslnt; im idem oc curred in Oalt Gardens la-! evening us the Dominion police wi-n: pnisnlng , their rounds in (jiiesl nf iho-,. ului aii-i pear to he within Clan- l mulcr the M. H. .Act, and who li;:^'- lailcd (o � carry their papnr.s to .-innv re;iKOii � why they should not \f in uniform. '� The mnn riueationed in itii, ruse was' in earncHl about it, hm !,..iiiL' iniabie. I to produce anything o!l\.y than tlie cigarette papers, he aiiiii-.iicd briori', Inspector Chaney at �!)>� .Moiniieil I'olica barracks this moiuuii,' ami was fined. The Dominion police lii.p been very busy in Lelhbridgo sine !� liu'v started in-conncil, and allogetluM- aliout lea on H/ituriluy to enfori^c iii;' ^^hole of .Southern Albena. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH 8THEET 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 NOTICE Change in Red Line Schedule to Talce Effect June 20 Lethbridge, June 18th, 1^18. To Park To Filr Grounds Jlinules MInutoH past tho hour jiaat tho hour r.eavo Depot ............................OS ,30 Urd. Avo, and nth St.............,.......Ot! llth Ave, and 13th Sit...................11 ."S 3lHt St....... Leave OIU Ave. and Ulth St..............I'S; ,r..'', Leave yrd Ave, and ^Ih St................US ,01 Depot ...................................30 , .03 Fli'fit Car from Depot .................................. 0:37 Latit Car from Depot ..............,..................., 11:03 (Kxcopting Sundays) ' (CUT THIS OUT IT MAY BE USEFUL TO YOU) Children entitled to halt fare may purchase two Melcets for 5o from the Molorman. Coppert wlU uot b�'c�nief1 foi' chniise, ' M. rREEMAN,/ , Commlaaitiner Public UtllltleH mmmm in a serious fix Tlu! larmors in the irriRation dis-(ric:t eatit of Coaldale are liOcplUK the ('. I'. R. busy in their endeavor to set enough water. Daily reports arc beiuK .sent to the head offlee of Ihe irrlKalion department at Calnary KhowInK Ihe head of water and the amount avalladle. Many of the farm-ers are using their available supply to water sueh part of their crop a.s they ean sufficiently Irrigate. The roraain-der of tiio erop is being left. U is gets a soalcluR rain in a few days they will Ket a fair avorago, as would bo Ihe ease with tho dry farmers. The Irri-eatlnnists expect to have a hot lime with the C. P. K. next fall when the tlnio to adjust matters comes. hilen enemy birth seeiu lo iliinlt tiiai | all tlial is necessary is lo carry their: iM'op will be harvested, while (!ven in 1lie dryesi distric'ts heavy riiin.s now would ru.-iUlt in average crops. Farmers are not di.sguisiuK 'be fact that the hot weather h.is alniady had naturalization certitica'.e.. One such' effect, and no bumper crop is now was this morning find .i;.", nnd costs looked for. However, there are numy for failure to have prcioi of ills ase ''l'�l'''<''-^ where all that Is needed is a on bis person. ! sood rain and hotter than an average With regard to uiiin.n lied men, Ijropf of age must be rairied. This may be secnred In tliiic ways. .-\ certificate from-the rc^'i^lr�ar of vital] sfathstlcs may be secine-l. If this is. not available, a eertifiraii' sipned by: two roputaide parties'.-^(.iiinf; that the,' Iierson is a certain ukc is sufficient. Oy an affidavit taken beiove a i'om-ralsslouer by either of ii:ircnt's will � suffice. : Tho Dominion police iiave been in � Lethbridge now for nenilv two weeks. They worked for a wi.-<'k uarninij peo-' jile before any ai'r