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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LeriiBiiiDois daily hriUld mtmsDAY, MAY 23, ims DAILY and wibk1.y frMHator* and Pubilthara Lkthbridqe hbrald print, ino company, limitec Mt Blh atraat South, Lathbrldo* w. a. Buohaniin PlMMwl and Mona^nit DIreator robn IWncnca - - BuslQ�fiillr, daltvered, per year .....%ZM Uailr. mail, per year ......$4.^0 VVoeWr, br mail, per year .,.,AXM We�U]r, by mall, per year t� tTJt..M.OO DatM (K azplry of subacrt^Uobt ay-pear 4ally on address label AtiM�t> inca of papers tite. expiratiiB date H oiack ot white seamen on the Pad-Wayagamack- Pulp and Paper Co., at i fic coast has forced tho British au-Three Rivers, disappeared from his boarding house and has not been heard ot since. WHY" WE CELEBRATE VICTORIA DAY. To-morrow the British Empire will celebrate the birthday of Queen Victoria, ruler of the Empire from 1837 till 1P03, the longest reign in the history of Great Britain. The Empire loved ' Queen Victoria. Her wisdom, her knowledge ot foreign politics, her unselfishness, and her uprlghtnese' were all remarkable traits of her long j reign. No sovereign has ever been  more revered by her subjeots, and it was her sterling qualities which probably did more than any other thing to bind the Empire together so that wh^n the crisis ot 1914 came the I colonies sprang to the aid of the I Motherland in th'e great battle tor ^ freedom. It is the riiemory ot good Queen Victoria which has always kept: the colonies close to the Mother, Country. The F fomment. Pr.js. Thoa. .Diico paid a heaitfolt tribute to the ladlo'p of the Relief Society and the work they were doing as well as to our boys "Gping"' and "Onuo" to fight for Liberty. PittriurIa.y .22,-After throe dlvl-slona and a protracted argument, the House has disponed nl the Vukon election ease. The last report ot tho commlttoo on privileges and olocllpns was concurred in, and' it was doctdod that tho military votes ciist overseas are properly appllc/iblo to tho ro.spoc-tlvo candldntca to whom Ihoy have been uppUud, This means that tho elccllon-^ot Dr. Thompson, tho approved governuieut candidate in the Yukou. T. Wood yesterday nftcrnooji for tho PHri)08o of organizing tho campaign In aid ot tho Rod Trlanglo Fund ot tho T. M. C. A.. Mr. Levitt, tho district organizer, told ot how the province was divided Into eight country districts and that tho three cities, Rdjjionton, Calgnry and Lethbridge wore, soparnto units in this work. Tho nealgn for tliiH south portion whs Io otfect organizations liero and at Miiprntli and Raymond, from those ri'iitres working the surrounding oountry. The moaning of tlio emblem "tho iriiinglo" wns explained and tho groat work liciiiK-done for tho soldiers In this labor ol developing tho physleal. tho mental and tho psirltual and thus keeping up the high morale of our forces at the front was very strikingly brouglit out. Tho election of local officers resulted in tho unnnimou.i support nf IIk tollowlug: President or rUalrmiui. Mr. M. A. Coombs; Hcerotary. .1. Walter Low; treasurer, D. li. Kmono. A goneral committee .was uI;!o named as follows: E. N. Barker, Edw. .T. Wood, .Martin Woolf. M.P.I'., Rev. Mr. Kcllock. Dr. V. V. Cliriatio, Juo. S. Smith, Dr. C. M. Fletcher, II. MnckintOfili, C. W. Burt, T. Wiu. Dure J. C. Cahoon and B. V. Lamb. It wiis decided to Iiavo a three day drive on May 27th, 2Sth and 29th and to have the mombcra of the genornl commit-too go out on Sunday the 20th and or-gftnizo tho country dlatrlcta for this work., SuccosB cannot bo denied sucli a cnuso as thin, ospeclally with the rtlrong organization above named to carry on the work. Moollnga will lie hold on Sunday by nioinbnrs of tho general commlttoo at tho following poititH: Aetna, by B. S. Lamb; Boazor, J. C. Cahoon; Boun-diiry Crock, by E. N, Barker; Ca'rds-tun Ijy Wm. Duce; Glonwood, Ijy Jlin. S. Smith; Hill Springs, -by N. A. Coombs; HarrlsvlUo, by iJr. V. V. Christie; Jefferson School Houbo, by H. Macintosh; Kimball and Taylnr-vlUo, bv E. J. Wood; Leavltt, by J.W. Low; Martinviow, by C. W. Burt; Rale.y by Rev. Mr. Kcllock; Spring Coulee liv J. Y. Card; Wooltord, by Dr. C. M. Fletcher. Funeral of Mrs. August Lenz. Tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. August Lcnz, rcaldoiitB ot (l)o Hill Spring district wore sorely grieved to hear of tlio death on Sunday afternoon nt (he local hoapitul ot Mrs. Lenz and liur . little babe, tho two passing out of this " life within tew hours ot each other. The cnuRo ot IhlH sad taking ott was peritonitis, and although eVery effort that tho husband could make through medical skill and kind attendance was given the^lady, nothing seemed to Htiiy die coursu ot the disease, Tiie funeral services wore held In (lie Tnbenmcln at 3.80 p.m. yesterday wltli Bp. Wm. Dnco of tho 2nd Ward in charBo. Tho speakers wore Patriarch H. M. Brown, Mr. John F. Pnr-rlah and. Bp. Duce, Pres. , Edw. J. Wood ofterlns the closing" prayer. Sijocial musical numbers wore given between tlio remarks of tho spoaktM-a. Mrs. Lexle Burton singing, '.'I know (liat my Redeemer llvos," and lin-Liulles' Relief Society Double Quar-(Dlto rendered ''Nearer* My God tn Thee." The dedicatory prayer at tlie grave was ottered by Bp. C, W. Burl. HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance 1 that Canada should increase her produc-ition of BACON HOGS and other live stoc^k j as there isvat present a world-wide shortage pf mfeat. Good markets for some time to come are assured. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live stock. Lethbrldge Branch- - P.. T. Brymner, Mgr. Alliston sang, "Motho'r Machreo" and it is rarely that any :m�ie performer ha.s rendered with bftter voice or with more feeling, such a solo In our .Stake Tubernaele. , The Primer ABsociatlon work upon Church history, the topic for the last t\v6 years In these organizations was etflclontly Uaiidlod by Miss Ann Neb-oker ot the UnneraJ Board. ' President Granf^olltfwed upon the tultiUraent ot prophecy as evidenced In tho history of tho Latter Pay Salnta Hiiicn llii urguiilzaliun m( lliu eburub GET YOUR NEW PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE NOW IT i'i i.'all New Perfection Week. Don't delay longer. Buy your New , PcriacUon Oil Cook .Stove now. There's a size for every household and' a style for every need. ��' The economical Nev\f Perfection'brings real cooking coiiifort the whole-year-round. In summer, no cooking on the hot old-fashioned range. It: winter, no waiting for the fire to come up. No more drudgery with coal, ashes and kindling. The Long Blue Chimney makes oil the ideal fuel-gives a.clean,.iiit_ense. heat-because its long draft burns up alL the fuel. Saves time, worry-r-saves coal and money., ^ The New Perfection Oven is an imusually good baker. The Cabinet adds to the appearance of the stove and Is very convenient in >nany ways. ^ Convince yourself. 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