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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOB FWH Tim LKTunnrcGE DAILT HERAI.D SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1910 ind LrTHifUDGE HERALD PH1NT- COMPANY, LIUITED Hh' Unit South, Lithbrldfli W A. Buoninan ind Manaitcc Dlrecloi Tjrraice BuilDSJi TELEPHONea Otfici to inado lo look so, IK> strike startoi. At eny rue. il wu bo no Jonjer be resa.MeJ lj.--.it; An Ici'gM Into ih'.i'.fs as real- ly are in Winnipeg given us la Ihe statement hf-ied by tcaua D! 15.- trades whose _ tufa have, been tstorlated will iho j lad to wsti.li SaijVill Inctp'.toa of tie strike. In this they .between accepted the principle ol bsj-ga'.nlnj as laid down I" Ihe j mlQlon order-tu-couTKll of July li roar wbloh reads: "Thai ill oBipli'yeM rllhl 10 organize tu TTul? and this vSai' no: blj llK" nled or incflerfri to tuy manner juj ihelr chosen. rt-nn-iculni-vca be eacourasri to ivejoilno LFyor.i Oui Owa BOW HUVNU. J lown ou Oii'lr niCKED UP IN MASSING diy, lait Audit Bureau of I Subscription Rrtes: Pal'y, delivered, per ireek.......16 DaLly, delivered] per year Dtily, by mail, per yaar ......5500 Weskly. by mall, per year ......J1.50 by null per year It V.S..11.00 Dutei ol eiplry ol lubsrrlptloni ap- -lslly on address Accepl- uc United hurch ground; on even- at neit week (June The iwn bind will rje In attendance so e are snre of good music. There Till e other musical numbers as well. Ke- the date. Jnna 25ih. The Women's Institute will meet at i" Ren Room on Saturday afternoon weet El 2.30..A splendid iper Is lo be given by Mrs. Traviss. II ore welcome. Mr- J- Hughes, International agent, as on a business trip here the latter Injured. The Greal War Veterans Ascocian- tion in Keloivcs has asked the city council of Ihat city to render them some financial assistance. Kelowna would like lo have a frost- proof storage imllJiiiF., sufficient lo hold lOD'carloadi of fruit and veget- ables. Somo of tho pnplls in Lbe> cnlrance of ilie Kelowna school hava veloped mumps as n. start lor the ex- amination weeli. Jlethodlst laymen at Toronto Ivore rebuked by Ilev. Dr. Ernest Thomas lor not having read tho Industrial re- port of the last General Conference The Management Committee ol the Toronto Board of Edocaflon decided in favor of coallets boys In the dls pule arrlsing al the Harbord Colleg ialo Institute. Tiis city of Grand Forks Intends to pay corporation laborers for BD elchl hour day this year. Al Kaslo the labcrere dratr per day. A verdict of accidental dealh .Tfas brought In at the Inquest held on the dealh of Georso P.o-i, section fore- i oeaiu OL ueorso r.usg, bKn oJ last week irom Jledidno Ha. Mr., and Mrs. J. D. Freeman wer. usinass viJltors In loTn on. Salnrda> rom Winnitred. Mr. and Sirs. Hamilton, Burdelt were 3ow Island visitors lest Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Itob.t. Arthurs, vfith heir little son, who formerly resided -st of Iowa, are gueils.at the home f Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hodglns, east of own. Their many frieads.are glad to ee them 'aealn. Mr. Whllehead spent the wsek end ihh nis family at Medicine Hal. 3Ir.'Clauile Jamleson went to Hed- cine Hal the latter part of last week o consult Dr. Gershnw. TVo are pleas- d to slatu that tbe Doctor thinks Claude Is doing all right 5fr. Casey Jones rtno Tent overseas with the Canadian forces early In the war returned to his home In How Is- and on afternoon last. We ill Join in' wishing" him every good hing possible for his good work orer- SUEEPY HOLLOW SCHOOL DISTRICT SOCIAL At Ihe social and dance given in the Sleepy Hollow school house.on Friday evening, June 13th, 1919, in honor of our returned soldiers, Clarence Hells and Harry JI. Watkins, the following program was rendered: The call to order ny Ihe chairman, Mr, W. E. Eason for thn numbers: 1, Opening, Gran j Hii55iiu .liBrci by 31rj Baer of .Lcthbridge, Alia. 2, Welcome Song, Welcome Homo Laddie Boy, Welcome Home, hy Miasea Susan'Jlc- Cultivate a Desire for Music Music is the best means of promoting family unity. It brings and keeps the family together In a common bond Interest, social advancement, and entertainment. Let us cultivate a desire for move music in our satisfy this desire. A Mason Risch Piano, or Player Piano will provide the best medium for home give greatest satisfaction, and Ia6t longest. You can buy a piano from us on very reasonable terms monthly amounts to small you will hardly miss them. OF TflC THOUSANDS OF BECORDS" MASON il RISCH- BALMORAL ST. You can keep ill the woodwork looking fine with "Cremona" It Is inexpensive when compsretl the Knight, W and loTcor sales of the Women's Can tm Club at the C. P- H. station at Ilcvelstoke 'amounted lo from June 3 Co June 6. Citizens of Revclstoke turned ou en mass and gare the 54Ih battalion cscccdicglj warm reception o their arrlral Jaat The "business ol lie Chemalnu Lumber Stills on VancoaTtr Islau Blackened up latelr owlop to Hi icultr of gelling cars on account o the strike. At the Wednesday aeaaion of Ui Manitoba llelhodlst conlerencc, 111 resignation of Rer. A. E. Smith, o Brandon, from the Methodist minis- try T7Q3 tendered and accepted. Mr. Smlli at first requested Q leaT6 of absence In order that he might take charge ot (he Labor church at Brandon, and while this request ander consideration by the conference he tendered his resignation. A mass meeting of the strikers of Seskaloon was held Wednesday n.ght and a resolution passed demanding that the executive oi toe Trades end and OberlasB, Tiy "Muster Jan Huseell violinist and Miaa Ann pianist After a few appropriate b) Jlr. F. G. Smith, Siiss Ann Ruaaell and Maggie McKnlght on behall of Sleepy Iloliorr presented the boya Labor Cougroas of Canada InterTlew the government -wlla a to the labor leaders In Winnipeg releas- ed; falling this they demand the res- ignation ot the Trades Congress eicc- If the government will not ra- lease tbcsc men they demand thai R slrlko ba en lie A In protast agalaat the gDTernmenL tAn Kalian at Racine, W4s., peddled mllfe for six tnonthft on a. marrlnEfr license. SL Ixjuls will opba a dllnJc to lest the sight, hearing and heart condi- tions ol chauffeurs. A doctor, a druggist and all alleged addicts wera arrested.In Newark, druj crusade. A boy round a dfnamile tomb with lighted fuse In (he lialliray of a Jer- sey Cily apartment houEe. A bill passed In Massachusetts' provides A penally of 5 to 10 yean prlaon. term for automobile stealing. METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT OFFICES 20] SHERLOCK BLOCK Atsels, December 191S.............................. Increase In assets during 191S 162.97 (Larger than any other company In- the Number ol clalina paid In 191S...................... (Averaging one policy pnttl crer? 26 Eeconds each nusiriess dar or S Amount paid to pollcyliDlderi In 191S (Averaging minute each business day of S.houra. Metropolitan ntirsca made visits frte ol chnrje lo sick In- dustrial Policjholdera, The C-'ipany bought War Bonds of Ina United Stales and Canada arjumit'lnp to' flOP.QOO.OOO. The Company's employees sold War Sayings Certlllcnles and Llnerty Bands la 1918 amounting to An eighteen -year-old York, PR., girl confessed to stealing.J75Q In jew- als to finance her wedding to a re- turned soldier. The solnglo mill at which Bi been closed tor tho last two years Is now In actfon. Tie Canadian Nalloiml Hallway Co. are conslrucLlns a five-alnU ntldltlon to the Poil Arlbur rouajbouee. The bodies of F. U Sharp and Joo HlgalQch, have Lecn found In tho Ilocky Mountains, 170 ra.leJ wesl of Hndson Hope. rings engravnl -wi ilh Ihelr Inlllalc of appreciation. Otii i'eal, with 31123 Jlary Bason pianist. I a 3, mnsic, DC- Deual's Olh ltafen [n'a'nkrare'aue'to'jan Russel Verle p.nd Ptrrlpts' Serenade, by Maste- Jan Russell, violinist, and Miss Ann Russell pianist. 4, Song, Smiles, tUss Mary.. Kaspn nnd" Mr. Mo "Miss .CoIIft -mahlif." "5, With the laz on the iraler pump It la a suitable time to go Into (h qusallon oj water meters. If mj In the uae ot water Is Ine only aure and certain meann nsurlni the sarao Is by the meter yeleoi, the method ot paying for water, while the conscien- E saves tuti other fellow vraslcg, and what is aimed al by those who are lo help out de- parlment ts elultttld. neantifu! -MJss Ten- riant planlai; Mr. S. Jln, Mr. G. Tl. Clark violin, and ilr. B. Sohg, Mother's Boy, ly Master Harold Nilal years 7, music, -March, by Mr. Lcthbririge, Alia. 8, Song, Carry Me Hack 'to Old Virginia, by Mlaa Tcn- nanl, Mr. G. Mr. B, Ten nan I and Mr. 3, 5. The German Arfstor. by fvan Marton. 10, Bong, For tliG Glory of the Grand Old by 511.13 Mary Ea'On, with Miss Cclia Welsh pianist. 11, Instru- mental music. Berceuse from Jocelyn and bis ililer for their beautiful music I we heartily concur wllh the opln Ion of tbo musical critics of llinncap oils In predicting a brilliant future to: Ihe young violinist. We also extern our Hianks (o Iho Tennanl orchestra who so ably assisted u3 with Ihal mu-lc Ic.lh vocal anil Injlrumenlal The prOEram closed with Ihe enlln company Joining in the goou old scng "Coil Save King" wild Mr. Dae at the piano and -Master Jan Iliissel vlollulsl. Alter which lunch was served, con sisLlng o! t'lnrlwlches, cakes, Ic cream, lemonade and coffee. The youns people then took po. fllon ol Ihe floor and kepi up th mnrry dance till the gray rtawn horal cd Ihe approach of another day. The strictures applied to the city council, In 1hal It docs not rise lo the occasion In regulating expenditure, mlghi tos taken nolo of. If econ- omy la TlUl clays, and there !i not ilia lightest doubt Uut K la, then meani of nhouH be looked Into.' TOiNIGHT At Our Help Youraelf Shoe Store ChUfiren's While Canvas Roman Sizes.5 to.7V2 Misses' Black Patent Roman Sandals, ,11 to Z. Women's Canvas Bah, Louis Heels and Rubber Soles Bluchers W. J. NELSON Co. 3HEP.LOCK BLOCK 7lh STREET STORE CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN St. Cyprtttrs Chnrch Utn 8tr'tt' and Ith Avt, South. R.v. Cinin V. McMillan. BA. Rcttor Mr. Banner, Organist, and Choir Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Holy Communion 1st, 3rd p.nd 5th Snndayi, 8 a.m., 2nd nnd 4111 at 11 o'clock service. 3T. AUQUSTIN'6 CHURCH Cor. 2nd Avc. and Sth Street 3outh Ilev. Canon J, E. Murrell-WrlgM, M.A Rector, Tho aervlcos tomorrow will tflkan by the Reclor... BAPTIST Flmt Baptist Church Corntr 9th Street anrf 3rd Ave. 9. RCY F. W. Dafoe, B.A., Paslor Mr. B, Jonev, Director of Choir SorTlces at 11 a.m. ana 7.30 p.m. llfiv Wm. Buchanan will preach at btrt? services. Rundny School and Tlible at 12.15. Chrlnlan Men's ixagae at a.OO p.m. A cordl.il Invitation lo ail Services. METHODIST Wtsley Chnren Rev. Chat. E. Cragg, D. D., Pastor, Resilience 320 nib Bt, S. Phones: Parsonago 404, Church Etudy 409 Claude Hughes, L.A.B., rAu'l. Director 11 a.m.: Morning Worship, Sublet: "Judas the Hlble School anrt Illble Class. v 7.30: E7enlng ServJce: "Can Com- mune With the Dead? How Can We Account for the Sonamlnal Growth of THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHI1RIDGE PRESBYTERIAN Knpi Chnrch Corner 1th Ave. and ilh Street 3. Rev. Capt. A. K. Denc-on, pactor. E. F. Layton, organTttand oholr 10.05 B.m.: All deparlincnu or lha Sabbalh School. 11.00 a.m.: and en 'Jsnnrtments. 11 a.m.: Morning Bervlco. 12.30: nig SUtcra' class. p.m.: Dtp; BroLlicrs' class. 4-Ov p.m.: Chinese class. 7.30 u.m.: Brcnfne Rev. E, J. Hodglnr, B.A., Pallor 1271 6th rJ. Phone 16591 Choir Leaner, Mrj. F. Jnckaon. J 10 a.m.) morning clasa In the church. 10 a.m., Doya' Dcpt. o( tho flllnclay School In Ihe Hall. H a.m., morning service; topic: "Do- Ing Your Bit" 2 o'clock, Heglnnerfl 'and Primary do- parlmonla of tho Sunday School In [he Hall, 2 o'clock, Girls' Dept. ol Iho Sunday Scliool In Iho Church. .1.15, A'lull Dcpt. ot Iho 3. S. In the Church. SonK Service; evening '1'oplc: "An Open Air SALVATION ARMY PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION Mill Slreet North Rev. C, M. Neve, Pdator. Sunday-H a.m. nnd 7.30 p.m. Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton, C.O. flunrlay, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sslurjay, 8.00 I pm Coalhurst Mission it 3 p.m. Public Meellngi, All Welcorno. CMRTSTIAN MEN'S LEAQUE (UndenornlnJItlonnlj Flnl Oaptlst Church, Third Avenug Sptaker, I'.cv. Chaa, K, CrnRg, Bright, cheerful Hinging. This Ju n (ully organized for tho wolfaro and help bf ell. AU MHN (ira Invllcd. Prcsldonf, K, Kendall; vlco presi- dent, Dr. IxiTonng; ireasuror, II, Urucq; secretary, V. A, DfjAw, NOTICE Mlnlnlora nro reminded church notices should ho linnd- In before uli o'clock Frlilay lo cnauro Inscrllon, as IhlR paper goon to press early Sal' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Sleek, 7th i. lu'ntfHjr 11 Subject' th> Onlverte, Including Evolved by Sunday Scliool convenes at tho closo ot Ihs Himd.iy morning sorvlco. Wtrlnttaty Cvfnfnfl, TafClmoor mttft. at I p.m. Ilia reading room-Is ODBH dtlfr ox- tept Bimdnys holidays, from 3 lo 5 p.m. where Iho Dllile and author- ized Ctir.'jlhn acJenco lllcr.iluro may bo read, borrowed or purcliaAQd, public Is corultvlly Invllod to it- lend (he church services, also to visit tho read-luff room. Christian Church Oliver L. Curtli, Pastor Ctt. iri Ave. ond Ith 31, 9. Blblo School HI 10.30. ChUdrcn'n Program In tho of iircachtng serrlce, 11.30. "Have We Done Away Wllh Hell, or Oreal DljappolnlmenO" You on: cordially Invited lo sor- THE PErVTECOSTAL OF OOD ASSEMBLY Cor. 2nd Ave, 6lh St. 6. Moose Mlglnbolham Block Sundays at U a.m. nnd 7.30 p.m. Wcilnearlny nt 8 p.m., Prayor and Tho Word. ftldny at 1'royoi Meetlnr, COME AND DINE H.Mrlf All, ;