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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIUJAY. MAY 17. TIU: PAGE ELEVEN .m Coloniialior is by'Sir. Sunlit Held (ni cirrwio.ul' {'OAI.PAI.B, May Suesit Agency luiunVbed ihe llrst aulomoljlle trip of thp-EOisou.im Wednesday tor (he imrpo.se' of bringing lu prospective kind linier-Mro'in- tlir- Irrigation dls- iricls of Idaho' and Wyoming. -Mr. J. Hulls, hl.ilself an enthusiast on Coal- dale dliirlcl and :O selller, for Jusl IIVIT a'year, has charge of Ihe enter- prise anil will conduct the parly, which will cobV by car clear through lo Mr. Ha'rriton. ;of tlie Community Lumber broughl his wife and family io'Vive at Coaldate. lits Mr. Harrison's certainly heli li> fill i.V ttieVaVa.ii places, The Aiilcheir NiirSery 1105 busy plarttin's trepV'aud shrnUK in Iht, school grounds. .The'school will. by this long-delayed Improvement'.. Mothers' was well obstryed b Ihu Coaldale people. A record-crow.d gathered ins the school assembly hall, and a fiiei-liU .program of- singing, music and recitations was sive.n. An Aprcrl milling l-> of white ami Isiku clover this year, and tlio re- ulis will be witched with keen In-, tresl. -1 Ball Hasehall enthusjapiu'ls lunulue hlKU u> I now at I'oiidelc., Ail organka-1 meellug wnsVU'on Wednesday., and Iho following officials ycre cite ed: Manager, Mr. J. ti. "ass (you all know board of couirol, Messrs. f. ii..hunliaw, V. Knaini M son (Does-anyone nut know finance Messrs. II. A. Sus- gill anil R. Lund.yrheso also are well Already aboul: IB. In sit1" eiiH'nses. and IholiL'galdalc baseball team will Ehorlly become n forte to re'iioned, southern Alberta amateur adjoin ing Ihc lovvnslte on the cast has been rwiervcd tor athletic purposes ami t baseball diamond has been- plowec ready for the first bis practice: on Bat urday evening. If you have baseball ..Kbilion or baseball InterctU. turn Church Annual On Wednesday last big crowds at ast Wheat (Jermin- Dr. Wray HomVJ'rom France Kroro O'JrtC'n Ccjirt.'pon'Itti Hal IC.-rRnyinolia rki uad rousing rain on tfaturda which 'reached only a few miles cac from town. nous evtr heard in any conference lere. His waj tu reason and lie auultcallr.i to our lives, lils u'.tial "How few people faith at. lils coming." Then he lo lion- ll Is for U3 to, bare II e-.erylnlns for jrra'nled, Jlow Implicitly a cliliii trusl8 Its pcreuis, because all in sallslted. bui it all Its alivays satisfied it be- comes selfiili. The paienl letuees I! certain ihliijt-lo'teacli ii. iucidontally, airrlllct. but lu the uiaia the love ul the iarenti" lle-.-ause or k-vs of (he [rtrents.' esuttially Ike mother slie will roECwe 'her child troiii the moit brutal diuger. yet shg a lluiet cbaiteVi it. lie showed how Iht Lord tested Abraham by hi _, is ger- only Isaac as an uuu. miaatlnt exceptionally well. There Is aid not lake away Abraham's taitl some wheat to be planted, but It will all be in by the middle of the entled neellns tlie annual congregational of the Coaldale church. A was served lo r. continual li-eaui ol Iho hungry from p.m. till about 9 p.m. Th'ese good .tilings were provided by the Coaldale mder Ihe leadership ialdwin. Altec .Ib'tiiba.tWWt. Ihe ,nrls of, fife dpparlintnts churcVwork'were'given: l.ilersverEed Aid J. I InQtKl. Hovf God so loved the worl that He His begotlen So lveek for the aina of mankind, not incident- Dr. Wray Home illy tipr, accidentally, but purposely. The many friends of llr. J. S. Wray as an'organlKd plan from the begin extended Iho welcome liaml to him long before ins lime wlien the ihe Iwo days he -was lu town. Thurs- day night a pariy planned In tlip '2nd Ward chape'.. while u few friend; were (here, pos ElUK' Iwo hundred, yet hecatite of lack ol a'dterlislnB and lime, a great many not know about il and others wer.S out b.f .town. Dr. Wray enlisted in lilo and saw. sen-Ice even in.the front line Irtuches. where, hf staled. eyerjlhliiK was very carries as a souvenir of i was given lo Adam To "mulllply and replenish the earth. eic. All Hi' lie. reports sratifylug. the hnemiutlons'rdf Hie ,'flu during (he vear Tlid'fiTi'in'cfc report. .showed 'iUiS its ob- m Tho lore of Chrisl was so great for us lint he. was willing lo lay down bis lite as pod. and that with- out lessening hjjr faith in God. So we with all our turbulent iriali aod hard ships, though we 'may descend lnl( the valley 'of 'death, or pass througl our our faith In Goc and in His f-ord should be undaunlcd but 'as Jacob's was. The the great war a shrapnel wound in 'jjjenker related several a'ml mnny remtmbrances of .scenes ulid. Incident; of battles and addresses "given by llev. i. worih ;6u jymir 'Mother's wori u mr P1ttce to -Tie- To." S6sl Sunday. May IStli, Ilev. K. J. HodEiDiC.or I.elhhrlilge Uniteo i-hurrli, will preach at both Coaldale and HtRdy-SIs.de. The Coaldale or- chestra wlil-'the a teleclion. Do you attend the dances at Coal- dalo? They, have 'one about every A fariners. tllD: Or. Wray has not definitely decided nau i r. J2'0d, ind'tte cburclihvhore he will locate, holds Kay. tertv-iou properly ucron.es free fro r tt dehl cb.urch'attenOanco for e current year increasp of per cent, over 'the' year previous. The splendid financial report was due lo- rhe adopllon of Ihe budget sys- tem" whereby Hie requirements .for year are outlined al the beginning and a sytiemallc. canvnss made of all fh" community. This system, coupled With the energy of the treasurer. Mr. Uoyd Shrunmi. resulted in an income reaching the neightmrnoud ot J.jUU mocd as one of the most prospective, providing a hospital can be. brought into existence. Mr. Weir, o I the government seed branch, was in town picking up the few stragglers who did not get their applications for seed grain in earlier Inspects Knight Academy Horace H. Cummings, of the wl.ich were profoundly faltU-promot ng and which caused the tears t iricfele from maui' an eye. He ols showed that if God bail given us th power lo safe.as He did CiirlM, we the tanners, atu xvno aio vi.c _J___; ____-------_ I i i. ft on Friday -31 ones THE Filling Remedy for Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis Kidney SSonts arf often caiistd byGall Stones, and mislead people until those ibad attacks of Gall appear. Not one iil ten GalV Stone Sufferers unit is, i .the Specific j rrill cure yrithont pain or oper- ation. For Suit at all Drua. 1 oisu. Liecornmenitd by.J. n. Hlglhnoihanl 4. Co., Limlttd, Drtigglsti, Ajla. J.W.MARLATT6.CC I 581 QnTMIOST, TOROrlTO -OT lt a ance on Tojav a. man givins.- tlie; name of ;rank Shank was "W-, Veils In a slimncil .condition m hi. leM. .Hel.taH.apparenlly .fallen from is horse, out could give no .cojierenL 1 He ccount what h'ai rs.j Mr. look htm ....._jris restaiiraiitiuwjiero was pui'to'bcd 'we'.so to fiir.i :.fuTllicr IP llard Oil. Ing a coat of tile galvanized pres'ent on church school systeni. has been in lown for three or four days reviewing conditions at the academy. Supt. Cummings that he. found the Instruction' hetler lir some silbjtcls than e'ver befovc, and thai lie was well pleased wilh Ihe instrucllon in gen- Snpt. Cuinmings' trip here is two-fold; first. !to report on'tiie cltl- clchey.of Ihe Instructors and Ihe work they- are doing, und secondly, to dc- lerinine in a way the elfecL of the SciiqolioC.Agriculture on'the work aud enrolment 6rihc academy. The atlenda.ice-; academy is .vcrv poor, but the' students who are enrolled there are '-very regular, yet tlie numbers arc far loo few, consid- c'rl.iE the amount of money spent by the cluij-ch for of the in slilntioii.--" Tiiese" should support Ihe loyally than they havedoiie'-jar-Sve may lose [JUYim tW SATV. would use that power unreservedly. but cannot trusted yet a while. therefore we miisi by faith. Presidenl O. II. Snow prescnled Ihe general and slake authorities tor the approval or dlfapproral of any pres- ent. President Allen In closing stated thai this had been one of the most pro fltable conferences ever held. The music was eicellenl; the solos and One of Series 'of Government Club Ships in Trout Spawn (t'rotil Our Own CRAXBROOK, B. C.. May Lt.- Col. R. Bruce rowley representing lliu deparlmenl of labor In the provincial Kovcrninent. in the city uxlay. ar- ranging for the opening of a bureau of the Kmniny. ment here. Th? local Tiur- aus Ihroushout Ihc province aro in ally communication wilh the head lureau or clearing house at Vancou- (vhich in turn is in (lose touch with Ihe clearini; houses at Winnipeg. )ttawa and Halifax, so lliat a surplus of labor' in any part of Ihe country can. through ihe medium of the Uo- nilnlon'-rrpvlncial Employment Ser- vices' can ue dealt with satislaclorlly, by finding work for such unemployed In other districts where there Is a de- men. At Ihe present time (here is quite a-shortase of men in tins district. Most of the mining and lum- bering companies'are working short- handed, and find it almost impossible to secure the men necessary for new worV. The Cranbrook nod and Gun Club is live energetic organization, and i.- ing a lot of work in this district (or e benefit of the sportsman, particu- lies ol ?.saac Wal'.on. A ipmeut ot lOOOti -.ralnmv. trout 1 was received bi them a fer ago from liudjon. Wisconsin, and j nothei- shlpnicnt ot .tlie same slie ow on the way'.from Vakima. Wash he old curling rink has been filled up hatchery and afler llie spawn anthems were of Ihe highest type. I was furnished by the combined choirs of the two Raymond wards, under the leadership Stone. 1'AIUS, Jlay Allied naval force were landed al on Wednesda it developed in s received loda al 01 llv' vanized on al seeded and most l-fieltls arc now c [well and present ing ap .TJie iltal nches high on an' average and looks The farmers aro hurrying rtp E'lhe waler ohlp al- fhongli, the. land still contain. abundance ot moislure. A 'good many acres ot while clover .and alsi'ke Is being seeded, and tlit Coaldale Commercial Cltrb is now about, plant abonl saver, acres oj A. Sugg U s Ihe academy. The last'tlioughl Is reas- 'onahle, considering o! sup- tlie academy since .Ihe first year of its iiiceptio'n. .'Jim McLean, a son of NIT-. and Mrs. N. -T. .McLean. Is home again from the American nrmy, Co. :ls cpvcriitE Is WE 'arm building will. tin. Messrs 'aria, and Robertson the wo'rft. B. Strong has been out to the eveo from the Near Kast. where rnilita moves are in anticipatio of the. making offpeace with Turke Ali' the forts qnJf.stralegic poinls Smyrna -were laken possession of nlghlfall.J Tho, move nient was dire cd by the peace conference as'a pre- cautionary measure for the mainten- ance ot order. sugar bees' near Mr. H. A. Sugg U s reBldence There are'imlimtions tliat t residence. Ihe-potalb acreage Ubly increitied this year. consider- WHITES DOMINION DOES it make a diffcrtnce lo hive the right hosiery on your Dcu it? The same., before anti after the laundry, shape, color, softness. That's Penmans. ed, buy your hosiery by A'. go longer without cUming. "THE STANDARD ias hatched fry has develop, d sulnclently, thoy jvlll be distributed i Ihe likea throughout the district. his wurk has beeti carried on by the lub for several fyears. last sca- on Kamloops trout or better mown -da salmon were atchefl and distributed, this variet} akes about Jour years to.develop, the ry which in Premier Lake our years ago, are being caught this season, and range in weight from ir o 20 finest specimen caught ip to landed by Mr. Lester .Clapp and weighed 18 lb: dressed. the Leather MILK DRIVERS IN CHICAGO GET Bl'GiPAY INCREASE C.HIOAGO Maj The strike aud lockout- ot 3.000 milk wagon drivers which has been in effect the last three dajs nas settled earU today, the drivers'; demands .an increase in ShoePolishos KoepYourShoesNeat v lKI granted, been Horseshoe-ranch Installing a dipping- vn( fiirnaco'tor Kniglit-Walson Mr. S. D. Card Is excavating for new hoiise on' Church slree Mr." Spafford, mandger of Ihe Stan dard Bank, moved to "Mun dere1, Alta., and -Mr. L'ockvvood; frorii lorinern Saskatchewan Js lakiag his from }2G.weekl> to J35 bcius "St. Ljwrenei: Route" .V.U MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL Canada Canada Canada May 22 June 21 July 22 June 5 plutc. Stak S SHORT -V cablegrani reccrad fronl HioSinleinational Insl Agriculture today gives Ihe official preliminiri estimate of the crop o' India Just hanesltd bnaiels compared with jitiao bushels in 111S and 3o SsOOOO Ihe annual averpge ot the me -tears 111" 1 The crop conditions first ol Mav were good in relahd average m Ilalrand Gcrmanv and Luxemburg HALIFAX-SOUTHAMPTON is the largesl British steamer Six Months Baby' of Mr. and Mrs. EarWGaragc Under New Management- (From Our White Star Line NEW j baity. Upland i Correspondent) Baltic l.apland Adrialio Celtic Adriatic GUNARD ANCHOR Aticltor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS Ifui) May Aiay 22..0nlui.a From Montreal May 23..Katiirnla From New Liverpool Liverpool May Jl..9axonfa London June .Botilhamplon June IO..Maurelanla 'Jlino 17..Uoynl GcorBo Kroir, Kfiirii New .lunfl 21. -V... Olasgow .Liverpool. Glasgow Urcrnbnl i.lve'fpool [hev intend Mr. and Mrs. HaroW Wood on Jlay 12th, a son. Jlr. atid -.llrs. B.- ilbisoiv New Man -Mr A- N Medicine'lint and Einil OlaKB .yoincre.iwc .u ThcXTayldr Slake met In conference alja in Greece the first time for nine .months, with president H. S. Allfcn 'presiding, or Saturday morning in the 1st meetiiiB liousf. Aposlles .Hallard and Geo. H. Hart, of tllo First Quorun of Seventies, were here. The Satnr day morning session was a genera opening, wilh Apostle Ilallard taking up most of Ihc lime.- Tie aflernoon session was given lo Ihe Relief So ciely and llie primary. Sis er Kfc sler lone of tho late-.President Smith slaughters, anil Sister Talmadge, aaghter'ot Apostle James I fa nadge, occupied most c'. Ihe time These Iwo sisters arc hnre In the In- eresls of organizations men- ioneil. Apbsllo Ballard most artiEli- caiiy sang ''ril Go You Want Me to Oo, bear'Lord." Mrs. )Vals'6'n, of Magralh, and Mr: M. Holmes also sang solos, Sunday morning wjicn the time for opening came Iho was packed President Hart spoke for a short time, dealing with some ordinances ot Iho Clospel which direcll> iffcct our lives and Ihc way we should daily live. and Talmadgo do lighled 'Hie children with stories synv boliziug Easter, and how we can malic Fatal Mistake to "Ignore Nature's Signals i Slight Kidney Troubles Soon Develop into Chronic Complaints has iinrchascd llio Colcroan Woliniti garage, also ijiie oin equipment olihe Magralh, Motor Co. nnd lib will operate nrsl.clnss repair shop and garage taislnpss .under, the name ot Iho Magriilli Molbr Co.' Mr. Smllh hayinr; had of years' cjperlonce In oiieKallng a garage busi- ness. there will be no ilonbl ns to his nlillllytn tendering. n.iil sails- facllo'n Id -'all owners .ine ,.i Junn 2S. .AdiiilSfila 3..rtiiUirnla I'urt'tisse prop.iii fnr Relatives "lilt sure prompt sa'li.iK- far nil Intoriiialloii apply lo m of our ngcnls, iir lo conipaiiyV r (Ice. SCOTT BLOCK, 270 foAIN WINNIPEG tlokcls l to en- ourselves happier h> helping others Mothers' wai the central topic. Diiring ,lhe. remarks of Apostle Ual- ard, ho told Iho .women who were present, ti.oso who did not liaro ani lhat it they lived faithful anil pure and kept 1116 commandments of il.iie would cotflo wiion Ihe longings of Uie'tr heirli miifi be Islicil. Ttial the children of those women, who Were nnlriic to Uic mar- riage covenant, would he given to the1 trim woman. Ihc Irnc mother. In Ihe aflcrnc.cn session President Wood of the Alberta Slake spoke, for n tow moments, relating several lillle Incidents lhat were failh-promoUng To end wllli, he all the peo in ihe district. He will also glvo spec- jjormon and ial atteiifioii -to all transient trade. Wllhlti almrt lirce have a repair Bhop sGcuiul lo none In 'Southern- John al C'abot sta- tion, near-: Winnipeg: on tt.o C.N.H., whin a Iraii. llinl was an hour. IMC; slrar.k a. Jigger opointeil by Hobf nnd wflliaiier carriers llavc been lakcn otrh? llio Ionian of Ihe Slsie ol Vi'ashlMfilon'lo nugiilcnl Ihe fnrc-T cit boy TiHv' who wanted lo go Ilirough tllo o go to Cardslon before the arlisls jegaii' dtebraltns the diltcrenl rooms because, atlcr that llio> wouli) Ue locked, lie slatod lhat If the people let him nos llc rfouW nr cr COUPON ''ABM HOSIB IS': render Wcsl, 'Vancouver, U. C. find 11. end Home and two plants I Dinner cannot iJwayj'rif ic.l jbittiu'e of this fEct people ifnliftlr ignored fliuger lliis not Ibe proper tyirit of "Do nnlo ethers and bring- Tin Premier Baeedj. resnlls obHined i nave pUceiJ Ihero m Ihe for, b ainong the standard relief nod prerenlion of kidney Widder d'nordera o teilimonlali' nen ana i of tell tha 1 fjomti, help by first I WUNIN6- ;ita In Udi fc t lot Ug itut ;oar l tested Mi In- tkuvte, l Mcod psrifie.t khcl llrtao H tft U llfllit. GIN PILLS inJ Mti ol ill Klfcj M BUJlt Dim Jl-poilli, Pil Oin P (III (housni- liir for yea. Trj. item SO; Vn. XATIOVU. BETX1 OTBOC1L CO Or OAJIiBA, UBIM TMMM, tea, trj mflntt ilnU >MnH Kt-Din-Ot Mi Kiia IV, ZntlU, VT. ;