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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LtirilBWDOE DAILY HIHALO THE I1HOOIS1 CHURCH Thf annual district meeting of Hie Lothnrldge district was held in Wea tey Church Wednesday andThursday if this The K Iho lenlal chairman of Hie The first session dealt with the examination of the ministers and on the We re hitve to refiort the death of pt our Gurtle who was killed in action in OctoBer No charges either touch ing Jnorals or Inckness of discipline Were brought against any K A very profitable discnssion took place tbe first touching the spiritual Interest of the Kev Bu who was present and made i colresponding member the dis added very nnirh to the help iiilness of tlie On Thursday the general session Has The reports from the carious circuits and missions In dicated a year of very marked pro Tfiree of the mission fields nave assumed self Iron while two Burdette and Foremost wfll reduce their missionary One mission field was organized and young man Is needed to supply the The reports were as follows Membership an increase of lor general missionary fund In increase of For an increase of For Sunday Missions in an increase of For connexional incfease of For an inereiRe of For trus a of Circuit an in crease of For ministerial sup an increase of For all purposes a grand total of an increase of The following laymen were elected to conference Joseph De The following were appointed to the various committees Sunday Rivets Philps Class Hilles Bpworth Shrum Hunter Social Memorial I Sab batlr Hillis Church S Joseph De Viresv State of Hen derjSpn Nominating i Educational Rivers Systematic A very Interasting discussion took place in reference to the work in the Foremost The Win toltl of visiting tamiiies iu that south country who had not been visit ed in 6 and 8 years by any He iaentioned one 45 miles from any minister of any Surely The fields are white unto a harvest but where are the laborers Also in reference to the theological owing to the the theological are very badly depleted and it was resolved that the four theolo gical colleges of Western Canada be MAY PEOPLE OF CANADA CONSUME TOO MUCH Slay n people are too h0t only of but of many other classes of goods aid Sir Thomas White today on his return from the We ore spending too freely for musical rind other means of amusement and All his counts against us in our trade balance with the outside world and places our Hollar at a REPLIES 10LETTER RE ELEVATORS tjpon Dunhams attention being called to the letter In the Herald by In regard to the dis mantling of the Columbia Elevator at this Dunham said he sufficiently conversant with the above transaction to know If the elevator in question Is one that the farmers In the immediate vicinity ot if organized to do would find it to their to but the incident is of Jmport ance in as it calls attention to the fact that there is no local of the of the Immediate vicinity of the of the opinion that the farming inter est of the city should he represented by a local and some eriort is being made toward the organization of This local would naturally affiliate it self with the working of the board of trade and would be a ofdig and handling the farmers in terests in connectin with that It is also more than likely that If such a farmers organization were in exist ence that the question of organizing a unit of the Grain Growers Association and possibly the purchasing of this elevator so as to connect the farmers in an effective way wtlh the United Grain Growers would be feasible and but the fact that the farm ers in this locality are not organized renders even the discussion of such a proposition very The that the farmers are organized at Crystal Wilson Siding and West Lethbridge has heretofore made an or ganization at Lethbridge somewhat less but an organization at the City of Lethbridge would have means of dealing with problems such as the above and many other that would indirectly effect the fanners of the outlaying in such a way that these smaller rep resenting only separate do not In the drive that is baing instituted by the Dun ham hopes that it will result in an organization in the city An Inquest was held at two oclock by Ioronpr Md n Jury composed ot tore Lee and George Mem into the of death who tiled as a result ot received Whitney blqck fire Miss Leech ChiefMartif were he principal wit and the following Verdict was returned We find from the evidence given at this court of inquiry that Miss Delia Allnn came to her death from shock caused by burns received from the ex plosion of gasoline used in cleaning cause of ignition of same j the Jury would strongly fecom inent that some law be regii latins the sale of for cleaning afid household purposes reqtilrijig that printed inductions be fclven ns to the ignition while in use in often iers Commission tor Saskatchewan en listed as a private aotdler While he was a principal of Westminster school at He went to France and ought in front line trettches as a private for eight months 8th Battalion and after the Vimy flfdge of fensive was returned to Canada for duty with the Invalided Soldiers Com then known as tlie Military Commission and under Mili tary Later he was appointed vocational training officer for Military District May account ot the destruction the seven British sub at Helsmgfors was given to the Associated Press correspondent in a port where he i met several of the craws submarines and whence he travelled back to England on the same steamer with The British crews got of Hel slngfors only twelve hours ahead of the Germans entrance to the men assured the correspondent that they hml the destruction of their underwater crafti before leav The submarines which had entered the Baltic at early periods in the war and had been in constant service since were frozen solidly in the ice In Hel which made Inj It was suggested that the ice be dug out around them and that they should then make an attempt to dive underneath the ice and reach clear After considering the plan the British com manders decided that it was imprac For the purpose of destroying the submarines large quantities ot ex plosives were placed inside them and exploded by means of The series ot explosions which fol ired shook the entire city or blown After an Inspection had tort and tffif at IHown that the wofli had been effoe was heard for ritlles At the I tlrely done the British crews left the same lime the large etoek of clly and retired northward acrtfsa Fln and spare parti cm hand were also I land Into reporting for duty a fortnight later at a submarine btsa In The property atue ot the cfaft and the material destroyed MacHod A total ot about NOT SUBJECT TO ACT In view of the recent order for the registration of men 19 years of American Consular Agent wishes ro state that at the present time Am erican citizens are not subject to the Military Servfce Act of Canada and should not register thereunder unless they wish to volunteer for service wltit the The Con sulate has made many requests for intervention on behalf of Americans amalgamated in the hope of who thrOagh erroneous efficiency of the teaching staff I reistered exemption un from dgr the Mim service Act last undthe enthusiasm derived The was ap pointed District Journal Secretary end Fawcett the Statistical N HW1 FINANCIAL SHAPE The Board of Directors of the at its monthly meeting last even May passed the following resolution regarding the financial cam paign just closed Resolved that the board express its sincere apprecia tion to the cam paign director and and the members of the executive committee had had charge of the recent fin ancial which proved so tllghly also to the captains all including the gfvR such valuable to tho press which gave the jind its work such wide publicity and to the public generally who so gener ously contributed to the support of the local association and the work over The association is now placed in a sound financial position and its fin ancial requirements for the year can now bo taken care Accounts which have been outstanding for some Will now be paid in full and tho as eociatiou is in a position to carry on Its work more efficiently than it has able to do in the It lias been as has already boon announced togrant freo member ship to boys from ten to fourteen years and a Physical Director and JJoys which the Associa tion has been unable to both ot which are essential to the proper carrying on of tho work of the Y will now be supplied as soon as suitable xuen can be The service of the Y to the boys and young men along educational and physical Hues will thusbe greatly ex tended The Directors aro anxious the make more the future than ever before of autumn and it is to obviate as far as possible a of tUU that the present announcement is Each man of be sure of tys citizenship and If any uncertainty the advice of the Consulate should be The proper time to do this is not after registering and being In this coqpectlon It Is well to that whon a father or if a widow has become naturalized as a British subject in every child ot such father or mother while a became resident with such father or in is a British subject in Canada if the parents naturalisation occurred Cur ing the childs ThU is not always ot persons whose parents were naturalized un der the Naturalization Act of American citizens of Canadian draft age are obtain legal proof of their American II they have not already done as upon them will burden of proving SILK SILK IMPORTED FROM We have received from Japan a shipment of very fine quality best lot ever Waists lengths in all and will sell at the very low price of for Each Waist Length This is an exceptional In the shipment is included a limiteUfnumber of Jiigrf grade MENS SILK SHIRTS to be sold at These will not last BING 320 THIRTEENTH STREET PHONE M72 GOVERNMENT PRICED FISH Owing to transportation difficulties we were unable to get our regular supplies during the past We however that there will be no further tie lay and from we will have full lines of FLAT FISH Priced by the Government 1 1 C Per This is the time to economize when meats of all kinds are advancing in but do not buy the poorer quality of insist on getting the our cus tomers demand the best oh the which is really the WE HAVE SECURED THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM ALSO THE CATTLE AND LAMBS FROM THE KERR FARM FOR YOUR WEEK END Will Sell on Saturday at dozen BURNS PALACE PHONE 431 MAIN PHONES 412 v DOMINION MARKET 4TH 6TH PHONE 1664 that they are liable to Service British under the subjects Military American Consular RICHESGETS T posi a former Lethbridge citizen who enlisted while a member of the staff of the Lethbridge Public has been honored in his ap pointment as head of the Invalided Sol diers commission of the province of The Saskatoon repotring the says who has held the tion of vocational training officer for Saskatchewan under tho Invalided I Soldiers Commission for the past six i hiu been appointed bead of I the commission for this province and I will tatfe full control on May nisi official title is now dpputy i commandant and district vorattoual Invalided Soldiers Commission he association and the serfor i which liie IT to The gtw of the Invalided 8014 I Our Greatest Sale of Mens Wear Now Going On The biggest bargains we ever offered in mens wear See Us Tomorrow Lethbridge Clothing House 114 FIFTH STREET BESIDE HARRIS EMPLOYMENT ;