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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. .1UNR 24. iniR THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD PAGE SE%T.N 8 � PERSONAL fl * * Mr. ami Mi'h. D. A. Sirnpson anj visitors 111 WulvsvloH UaUes.  �  Mr. ittul Mm. Fmilknor ot Taylor-vllle, luivo romriind from f'alRar.v, wlicro tliny hiivo boon altoiullnt; ihv llftliClst Convonllon.  * � Mrs. ^U^y TaiUng of Maderri, rail-f.iniia, in tiio guest of Mr. and Mth. HI. \V. Huff, 413 12tli St. south. r.: lout. John MrLood has arrlvntl from the east to vIbH his iiaraiua in tlKi (fity before prooocUlng overseas.    � Hov. and Mrs. C R. Baker rotiivnnd oil Saturday from attending llui liai)-list convoutton In CalEury. �    Mies MarJorM HIglDbolham lian rc-luriied to LnthbrldKe having fin Bht I her term 'n Havoigal College tor Jiis year.  �. - Mr. and Mrs.. Adjutor Begin iiuaa ed through (ho. city..this. moVnlng for WiLshlngton. where Mr. Begin 1h going Into training at Camp Lewis. John T. .Williird. .mayor of Tabor, hah gone east to Join Mrs. Willard. who has boon vtaitlug relatives at Tor-oiHo and Bcnrapton'. They expert to return In a couple of weeks.  - * .  � Dr. h. George De, Veher of Lelh bridge, is in the city for a few days. -Calgary Canadian. R. L, Norman, of Lotlibridgc. spent the week-end In Coleman, returning Itome on Sunday evening.- Coleman UulUtln.   � � On Saturday afternoon prior to her ninrriago which took place today, Miss Velger was presented with a beautiful sliver teapot by (lie menihorH Of the Bank ot Moiureal staff. �   A presentation was made on Saturday by the members ot the Herald to Miss U Cain who is severing her connoctlon witli the staff to take up her new life In the domestic sphere, This popular young lady was presented with a beautiful ellver casserole set fpyrex) and a cut gla.sH and stand. Miss Cain has been a faithful, worker of the staff for six ami one-halt yoawalid Is followed by the good wlflhes of everyone. The Herald firm also presented Miss Cain with a cabinet of community silver. h �  Mr. and Mrs. M. \V. llutf. of in 12th St. S., gave,a very oiijoyable porch party on Friday evening to a number of young people, most of them being from California. The house wa.s laatefully decorated with roses, car-iiBtlons and sweet peas. The evening was spent with a musical program and dancing, after which dainty re-treshmcnlH were served. .Mr. and Mrs. Huff wore aaslstod In receiving by Mr and Mrs. W. Armstrong.  �  Mrs. Norton of Coaldale, the newly hiHtalled worthy grand roalrou at tho Kn.stern .Star Grand bodge meeting in Calgary, was proBenled with a gavel and a lovely piece of cutlery by her home chapter of Coaldalo hint week. 4 � 4 :� ? : ? :. : : : : ? �:. � � ? : Tlie Noxt-ot-Kin will hold a meeting in the .Mooso Hall this evening at   � The Girls' Au.xUiary will hold a business meeting at the club house at 7:30 tomorrow night.    St. Jlary's church will hold an Ice cream social at the homo ot .Mrs. Scott, 128 Ifllh Street north, next Wednesday. Kindly note the change from Thursday to Wednesday. A lawn social will be held on Wed-ncHday afternoon and evening of this week under the aiiaplccfl of the Lad-le.s' Aid of St. Patrick's church on the! corner of 1st Avenue and Sth Street south. There wljl he,a pantry table and a booth at which ice cream and cake will be K(Tved. * * * The W.C.T.U. is holding n medal contest in Wesley Hall on l''rlduy, .luno ;;8, (commencing at S o'oloc^k. A most interesting program being prepared, l-^veryono welcome. � � M 'I'he Ked Cross workern at Ilardie-vlHo are hokling a garden party on Friday evening on Mrs. Delay's lawn, starling at S o'clock. There will also be various amusements. An outonio-bile win be at tho le\Mnlnus ot lh ? ? 4 ? j� if^ �* WESTERN mm mmmi : : : ? : : : :� FKLGMR-TAYLOH. A (puet but very pretty wedding took ])Iace tlvis morning, .Tune L'4. at tho home of the bride's parents when Miss Ruth .\delo Felger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Felger of thin city, and .Mr. Samuel C. Taylor were united in matrimony by Kev. W. F. Burns. t)nly Iho immediate relatives of fiie bride were present. The happy couple left this afternoon for Banff, the bride wearing a smart blue travelling suit with hoconiing hat. After a short .slay at Banff .Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will reside in .MoiUclno Hat for a time, Mrs. Taylor is a very popular member of the Bank of .Montreal here. Strike Vote Being TtiUen To Tie Hp the C. P. U. Want Charges That a Powerful Cabal Exists in Ontario Against Minister Justice TO ALL WOMEN WHHRE ILL This Woman Recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound-Her Personal Experience. , McLean, Neb,-" I want to re?omr Tnend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo -Compound to all I women who sutler from any functional disturbance, %a it has donb me more good than all tho doctor's medicine. Since takinp; it I iiavo a fine healihy baby cirl and havo gained in health and strength. My husband and I both praisa yonr medicine to nil suffering women."-Mrs. John Koppelmann, R. No. 1, McLean, Nebraska. This famous root and herb romotfy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, has been restoring women of America to health for more than forty years and it will well pay any woman who sutlers- from displacementx, in-flammatioa, ulceration, irregularities, backache, headaches, nervousness or "the blues" to give this successful remedy a trial. For special suggestions in regard to your ailment write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of ita lone experience is at your service. .Montreal, Juno 24.-"There is evi-donee that a powerful cabal exisis at Ottawa against the minister ot Justice which showed its hand last week in the disgraceful and brutal raid on the Jesuit College at t^nelph. The great-i�t menace to tho jirovince of Ontario is the Metliodist church which seems to ninko us in Ontario the most hypocritical body or class of people In the Dominion of Canada," This was the declaration made this afternoon l)y Ueut. Colonel H. h-.Machin, director of tho military service act branch of the ministry of justice and niembev of tho Ontario legislature for Ivenora, in an interview given at the Rlt7.-Carlton Hotel. a.,leut. Colonel Machlu said he realized that lie would probably loae hfs Job over tho declaration hut he felt bound to express his opinion in view of what had veceiitly taken place. Not Able to Handle Them. Colonel Machin said: "1 have been sent to .Montreal to devise a means whereby tho nillltia department will bo able to handle more recruits than they have been able to data. At present there are more than 11,000 eligible for call in this district; they have not been called because the ml-litiif department has not been able to tako thorn. lif the meantime only those who havo been reauested to bo caljed:'by the general officer com-mahdlhg of the' ^Montreal and Quebec districte'have been taken. This has resulted In only 8Q00/under tho .Mill-tar.v' ServIcQ Act beltig called in tho province of Quebec. The fact that Ontario has called 28,000 � against 8,-000 in Quebec was (fiven lout by (ha militia dejifirtment last week. Immediately the governm�int became concerned and q'n Prldiiy last, I was plainly told by MeBsya. Kltton and Mewhurn that unless.t produced tho proper, quota froni'-Quebec 1 could look for another job. Rigidly Enforced "The minister of Justice has rigidly enforced the military service act ever elnco I have hud the honor of serving under him. There has been no favoritism, no one couM havo administered tho act any better taun the Winnipeg. Junp 24. -Tlio railway unions ol Western Ciuradu an- taking a strike vote- this afternoon. The purpose of the proposeil strike 'is to tie up tlio Canadian ".'aclfic Railway from Winnipeg to t!ic Pacific coast, according to Jl. B. Hnssoll, business agent of the Maciilnists' I'uion. Tin; result of the vole %vill be known late tonight. Machinists will be called out from the Canadian Northpni Railway, the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, and other Western railways at a later date, provided tho circumstances warrant it, Mr. Russell aiUled. The trouble arose as a result of the company closing tho sliops at Weston, whore boilermaker?, blacksmiths, pipe filters, sheet metal workers and helpers are employed. Wlien they arrived to do their usual work tills morniug they found they wororRe in (li(^ commons today enipliii.NiKed the difficulty and aliiioRt Impo.-inilillity of dealing with Russia, with her many ilitferent and changing governments. Me agreed, however, that It would he to the Interest of the British people and also just and equitable, if Russia wanted It, that Great Urilain stand by her. pinlighfSoap WOMEN who want to be economical should use SUNLIGHT SOAP freely in the house. First, because it is all pure soap-there are no cheap " fillers" so it goes farther and you get more real soap for the money. Second, because clothes last longer when washed with SUNLIGHT. Isn't this important ? There are no injurious chemicals to harm the finest cloths-$5,000 guarantee of this. At All Grocers Made in Canada by LBV�R BROTBERS LIMITED TORONTO in the (Tit^ Cburcbes in training. I'"ridfly afternoon at 3.30, Mission Band. Christian Church.-Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8, study, the 12th Chapter of Acts.- L. D. S.-There will be no meeting of the -Relief Society tomorrow. Christian Science.-Wednesday at S j).ni., regular weekly testimony meeting. SEIZE The "Next-of-Kin" Association I ARE HOLDING A TAG DAY ON DOMINION DAY MONDAY NEXT, JULY 1st H&li Proceeds ior Sailors' Relief Half Proceeds for the Funds of the Local '^N�xt oj Kin" � The "Next of Kin" hulles are counting oa t1l� genwons support oCthe ptiblio 111 hojialf.of these t�i,jBost worthy ol^iects,, , minister of jusliee lias done 'le.'auso the ail itself invited exemption intli-or than conseription. "There is a strong desire on the part of the militia department to lake over ; tho woric of the military service art and the officers who have heretofore been connected with it us a part ot that department. It has been openly stated and I havo been Informed from private sources that It would bo accomplished before July 1. The only reason thai 1 ran ascribe for any such de&lre is the personal amhitlon of tho onturage ot the new minister of militia. "There is evidence that a powerful cabal exists at Ottawa against the minister of justice which showed its hand last week In the disgrncetul iu d brutal raid on the Jesuit College at Guolph. The fact that the minister's son was at the college points rather to personal spite than public necessity. Having already obtained control of the Dominion police, the entourage now purposes controlling the operation of the military service net and Its officials, "If 1 nm allowed, which \ very much doubt, to continue my work, there is no question that before the end of August the province of Quebec will have produced 25,000 men under the Military Service Act. "As an Anglican I desire to protest as emphatically as I know how against the brutal treatment meted out to tho .fesult College at Guelph and to say that th men who avo responsible Cor that action ought to be made to realize that when they are Indulging In such .spite they are encouraging strife between religious denominations and It prepared to accept the responsibility of such a grave condition simply to fulfil personoj vanity, then they are worse than the Huns. Methodist* Last, He Says "Speaking oft hand, the greatest percentage ot recruits, according to denomination In Canada are as folio h's: "Anglican, Presbyterian, W-omaii Catholic and Methodist in the ardor named. One would think that the .Methodists of Ontario had done more than any other doiiominatioii. I say it advisedly, knowing full well my responsibility, in my ottlclal capacity and as a mouibor of^ tho Ontario legislature, that, the grentost menace to the province ot Ontario is the Methodist church which seems to make us In Ontario the most hypocritical body or class in tho Dominion of Canuda," HWEE ISHIO Dublin, June 2-t.-The police today seined forty thousand rounds ot ammunition found in a consignment of North Lethbridge Gospel Hall.- Monday at S p.m., address from large chart, subject, "Rapture of tho t^iureh." Knox Church-.Monday afternoon at 4.15, Junior JUssion Band. Wednesday at 8. meeting in tho school room of tlie officers and teachers and all interested in tlio Sunday school to arrange for the annual gunday school picnic. Friday evening, choir practice; f'riday at 8 p.m.. Boy Scouts. -Wesley Church-Monday at 1! p.m., Campflro. Girls will meet at Hender-\ son park for their picnic, supper and meeting; .S.-IS i).m.. special meeting ot ; the Stewards and their assistants. , Tuesday at 7,"0 p.m.. Boy Scouts. Thursday at S p.m., choir practice. Friday at S. i'^ p.m.. a silver medal contest under the unspices ot the W. ; C. T. i;. Will all the memberB of Wos ARE RATIFIED Washington, June 24.-Treatle* between the United States and Great Britain for reciprocal operation of army draft laws to their citlzshs. Including Canadians, were ratified late today by the senate without a dissentlna vote. ! grain In the Smlthflold Market. It is ; i,.^. church hear in mind the commun-holieved the con.signment formed part; j,, gorviccs next Sunday mornlUB in of a cargo of arms and ammunition i connection with the national day of London, June 24.-The premier In the house of commons, referred to the amazing organization which was bringing American troops to France. "Enough Americans," he added, "have arrived to satisfy the allies and to disappoint and ultimately defeat our foes." landed on lime ago. tho northern coast some i NESECOF n SEES WORLD MARVELS FOR IHE FIRST TIME Dawson, Y. T.. June 10.-(Correspondence ot the Canadian Press! - Harry Caldor. aged eighty-three years, and a veteran of Californin, Montana and British Columbia mining camps, wlio lias hORii mining within twenty-five miles of Dawson for the last fit-teen years witliout once visiting the gold metropolis, arrived from Hunker Creek yesterday and today took his first ride in an automobile. He met an old friend named Bon Van Vaiil-konburg in a moving picture thoalre. They had last met in the Cariboo fifty five lyoars ago when thoy were partners.' llarhiu, Friday, June 21.-The Ciiin-ese have compelled the withdrawal ol tho Russian General Orloff'fi troops on tho Progranltchnaya front to iCch- uor, Manchuria, it is estimated that, . . , , , ,, , the total force of the Bolshevik! at |'session service. Thursday at .!.00 p. Nikolik is between '.'500 and 30011 Red j m- sharp, the Auxiliary. Guards, including Czech deserters and St, Mary's Church,-Tuesday at 8 German prisoners armed with field i p.m., teachers meeting; at 8.45, com- prayer. United Church.-Tuo8d.ay evening, meeting of the board of stewards !n the church hall. Wednesday evening at S.on p.m., prayer service In the church hall in charge ot the W. M. S. A report of tho W. M. S. convention at Edmonton will be given by the delegate, Mrs. Ross. St. Cyrians Church.-Monday at 7.^0, Boy Scouts, training for first aid; 7.30, Girls Guide in the parish room. Tnesday at C.30, Junior Auxllinry; S p.m., intercession service. Meeting of those iiiloresfed in tho Sunday school picnic at the close of the inter Pican to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists, Ccoccra and General Stores ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE . Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. and machine guns. NO BIG ISSUES Montreal. June 24.-A new issue oi Greater Winulpog water district bond.4 to come on tiio market today is considered in iiivestnient cii-cles to ho one of the last, if not the last, largo Issue to be brought out this iU;u,s,)u. Tenders on a $:i.'i(l,(m� loan of tho city of Rogliia will 1)1' opened today and some further small issues are looked tor from time to time. But It Is improbable thai there will be any new financing ot nillliou dollar calibre until after the second Victory Loa;i is out ot the way. BANK CLOSED. .SI. Paul, Minn., June 34.-The state superintendent ot hanks here today ordered closed the Farmers' State of Cniglla. Minn. It is alleged that more than $11,000 worth of forged securities were found by tho bank examiners. C. IC. BuUnrd, tho president ot the hank, has been miss-lug for three weelw. LORD'S DAY,ACT. Victoria, June :i4.-The police yesterday recorded the names of all those who kept open tor business contrary to the Lord's Day Act. This Is a repetition of last Sunday's action when nearly two hundred names were taken, � � � FORTIFICATION BILL PASSED BY CONGRESS Washington, June 24. - The $5,408,000,000 fortifications bill was passed today by the house without a record vote after only five hours of debate. It now qoas to the senate. NO SPECULATION. Washington, June 24,-The 1918 wheat crop, the food administration announced today, will be handled on a different basis effective July One dollar and ton cents maxlinum differential a barrel between the price of wheat and the finished product will be allowed mlllera. No speculation in wheat or flour will be permitted. COL, CARRUTHERS DEAD. Winnipeg, .lune 'i4.-Llout. Colonel-George P. C!arruthers died hero today, aged 72. Colonel Carruthors came here from Toronto in 1872. He has been connected with innny branches of public activity, being a keen inili-tary man, and holder ot the Feniai Raid medal. Uo has hoen on the reserve nillltia during tho present war and was first president of tho Dominion Association ot Army and Navy Voterana. lie was a thSrd degree I'^'eo Mason. He was in tho life insurance business here lor forty years, The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon from the -MaBOiilc Temple. TO BE CHAPLAIN Dawson, Y. T... June fl.-(Correspondence ot the Canadian Press)- Uov. John A. Davies, rector of St. Paul's Church will leave for the'outside with the openhig of navigation. He is to become a (dinpluin in tlio army. mittee of the Parochial associution. Wednesday at 7.30, Boy Scout.s; nt .S. Ice cream social at the homo ot Mrs. Scott, 128 19th Street. Friday at 8 p.m., intercession Bervjce; .at 8.30, choir practice. � Baptist Church,-^Wednesday night at S.,'iO, prayer moetlng. Thursday nf-toruoon at 3.00, meeting of all the women ot the church and Red Cross sowing In tho church. Thursday evening at S.dO sharp, Canadian Girls Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosls-teBtad cowa -Anyone requiring such milk tor babies mny do so-daily. The milk is free to those who cannot pay for It, and at coat to those who can. - fl A SERVICE FLAG WITH MANY STARS A NEW TRIAL. Now York, Juno 24.-BocauRe 11 was leurnfld 0110 of the jurors who had hfeon hearing testimony in tlie trial of John ,). (V].,oary "inxs hoen under Indictment for time in a FedouU proceeding, Judgo Hand today dls-mlHSQd the Jury and ordered � new trial on the charges against O'lVeary, aocusod of having aldod his brother Jeremiah, lB'*awUttii,>f'fi)t tii ei-ado jus lice, ' Pathe Freres, the World-Renowned Makers of Phonographs and Moving Picture Films, Have 2,080 Stars In Their Service Flag. Mr. Ferdinand J^ecen, the now Director General of Productions, who arrived recently from Paris, states that more than 2,000 French, English and Italian oiuployeos ot Palho Frcros luive served In tho ranks of tho AIUob as pfficera, non-coinmlssionod officers and privates, and that more than 200 died on the battlefields. .More (han 500 have been decorated for bravery, A largo luimhor have hueu wounded and released from service, and havo returned to tho positions they held Willi Pathe Freres before enlisting. Move than 80 men have responded to tho call to the oolors on this continent, and tho list is rapidly growing. 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