Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
VtH-I I.KIimiiibuK DAILY 1 (KRAUT FRIDAY. MAY 30, tftl >trs. [irav7-s c! 1K-J IKHT. The mnvly- Ki-ori-tjrv is T. 0. N. l.fouuru 1. V. llul! of fatsary. The suiiouius wlu_ iiril report was Thursday, .uduies of i'.u-h aitlr ;tiLii ctiu- ollK-r fuitiL'lor Uum oai'h il irul rlt'; ihe UiiH'Mug. ilie 1-iyuiou lul huvLiii; >il sei-ureii (Ue if hour? ot u'jrk and worry ii a of mem- I bers o[ The mmls-.urs Ihurch Whtat I'arllculiirly At Kichlield CALGARY. May tlca by probationers Tor the minttirj conferenw toJay. of the Meihodist church count as one full year In circuii work and stud Women A QDiable feature oi this year's for ihe tirst ki'.lLiroujii: S. Kdiuan- ion: T. Jonw an! l'. ol I.j'jipDl; M. 1.. Wrislu. Vermilion; I'. Inulsrrtv: K. H. lloiikiivs. ley. Jlav. F. T- CooX. Rev. E. T. Tatc, i Prcsrdcnts of Laymen Rev. J. II. Howie, returned from ser- Hon. H. Curbing of Cn'.giry .and full ministerial. 3.-A. G. Barnes of Edmonton u-ere onfervnce. Hev. J. A. Smith, from Nova, Scotia .'Thr; 'Cheapest'Dependable Haulage System in tti; World! for a Demonstration. I Terence. Rcr.'K. G. Weir, to Bay nf Qulme i conference. The transfer of each will tekc effecl on Ihe firM day of the general ses- sion of the annual conference (o which each Is treusferred, except In the case of Revs. F. W. Vv'etr, J. i Lobb, J. A. Smith and C. A. Sytea, vnoje transfers were eflecUve (orlh- rith. Delegates For Lbc1 first lime women lay dele- gates Lo Ihe number of twelve, tool; their ;-eats inihe conference Ibis They were: Fawcelt. Macleod; Mrs. Palmer, Calgary; Mrs. II. nrown. Olds; Mrs. A. B, Arque, Stel- tlsr; Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Weslcott. Halfcirk; Mra.' Brewsler, Mirror; Mrs. Allison, Clive; Mrs. C. Vicars. WstasWwin; Mrs. P. O. Otte- well. .Clover Bar; Miss Ctiase, also; Mrs. T. D. James, Lamoni. tFYvMn Ciur OorrcfiwnJfnt) CAUDSTON, May bis pirly of Hayuoud'R dUiens visHeJ Cards-. ton Usl Sunday attending ihi- Sunday schools and eveniug service of the L. S, church which 'was shortened so as 10 permit ol H sacroj concert ty ihe Taylor Stake Choir. Tiiere au audience nuniberiug ctoso lo one thousand peupte ai the service. Some nuni- rendered by the choir who are Raymond njerobert and addresses were Riven by Prof. Thoa. Homney ol Ihe Knight Academy and resident 0. II. SDOW represcollug the stihc authorities. Bclweeu the 2 p.m. sen-Ice and the nieetlnx fn (he evening the visitors wero conducted through the Temple iu siuall parties of twenty-five to thirty t-ach in charge of same member ot The High Council or the Presi- dency of the Alberta 11 is ea- llmated jjeary four hundred rteo- pic were the Toniple and ItB surroundings during The vlsiiitig r bours of Sunday last. The entertainment of the visitors was kindly looked after by the Uish- onrica al ilia two Ca'rdston Wards why also assisted in conducting ihc parties" Through 1 RemarXa sliowhig thai Ihe Alberta Stake authorities were highly ap- 1 precialivo ot the welcome given the Alberta Slake Opera Company upon iheir visit lo Raymond in presenting the "Uohemlan Girl" were made by 1'res. Eflw. J. Woml nnd Mr. Juo. S- SniiTh. the visitors iTwTe to come again as sucu gatherings lend to better acquaintance and an Increase jot t'ordiatily between the two Richfield Sports SeveMl cars well filled went from Cards ton and z good many from Aetna; 'Taylorvllle and on the 24ln of May lo attend the sports hold at the" Richfield school house on the above date. Quite A large nurooer o[ caiii, mostly of the btp variety, came over from the Montana side also tO( witness the days 'fhcre was a baseball between Del Bonila and Richfield, the last nam- ed having issued, aj io all comers for above, 'ydalc. While little or no opportunity ba'tftbcen found for practice Del ind people jhalicnsc am much to their, .won tin victory.''. 1- I There was a long-list o[ races and I a bucking was really while seeing. The day's sports were ended dancing party. It was a blj day lor the bor- der country and Ihe CanJitou people attended expressed a> j ultaetid with To At aoQVH1. iBlherlar ol B. church1 was voitponed April (he metfiugi w U held Iu Salt Late City on lit. 2nd aiid, 3rd, wilt ;tc Youna; flnliblnx Juue. Stb. Several auto are soinj and on Monday Mr. J. C, Ca- nooii and wife wUfi'Meairs. J. H. El- llabu and Leslie cccupylog a fine nev tfcLiugfallQ Sedan Ur. Scglt U. BrowD auJ wife 57llh Bp. Wai. Duce.aod wffe made up Ihe flret panr. Otbers are expected to follow and uot a few to .go by train as well. Crop Report SeedEug for all gralna is practically finished la (his district. Some flax may yei go In but Is usually a small acreage here. The weather his been good (or fcrowtb and (all wheat Is going _ ahoad nicely. Molelure would now ha welcome for all Ihe later sown grains. OutlooV for all country and south goo4 and all fallow land are making fine growlh. Away lo tho southeast it is reported Bar dry; to the north the coun- try Is looking Una. Such At Least is Finding of Sir William Meredith in Liquor Probe TpIlOXTO. May fcrred by Harlley Dowart. and otaera the ad m In Is Ira I Ion of the Ontario Hconse comnilBafoii and In particular against .Chief Inspector -AyearsL have been found to be with- out foundation by Sir William Mere- dith, who some time' ago completed Ms Inlo the charges and who loday submllled his report lo Hon. 1. B." Lucas, attorney-general. There ;is no foundation for chartr.s ngalnst members of the license com- mission, Inapector Ayearsl or any member of the depaTtment. foundRtton for charges -with reference lo.llie Slavla cage that, the liquor was aent to Homer for Im- proper purposes, aid .well-con- ceived plans.to enforce the law. Morrison was a capable offlctfr, but his failure to inform the commission of Ms connect Ion vllb. the detecftye agency wea improper. Mr. Aye aril had ho share in Ihe earnings of detective agencies, but guilty ot borrow- ing Rev. Wm. y. -Lauderbrbugh, Pres- hylerian minister at died fir the tailojre while TRACTOR AGENCY OPENING A wondtrrul opportunity lor onfl or more live young men. A' Tractor ot 12-1S h p. at Ibo loweil yrlce on record, Liberal lerrl- lory. Literal dttcouul. Deilre energetic wore tnin capital. _ Address enquiries lu confidence lo HARRY NEWMAN, SL Louts. .Mo., U. S. A. International Trucks Are Used Locally By Imperial Oil Company Crystal Dairy Ltd. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. Consumers' Hardware Co. Western Canada Hardware Co. ASK THEM WHAT SERVICE THEY GET. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS Ltd. NTERESTED! The Greatest Campaign That Ever Went "Over The Top'? in Southern Alberta Is Now In Full Swing A We Ask You As An Automobile Owner am you satisfied ifllh preEent motor condition! in your district? Do you realize that approximately one-IMrd ol Ilie auto- mobile licecses sold In Alberta, are sold In ted adjacent of which your li a part, hut thai lasa than Id jwr cent, of these fundi spent vArds betterlDf the mo'.orlnf coodillons ID this wme lerrliory. Wa.vrlah 4a ImproTe thli ihowlQg. and to do icroeed ilrcmc oriapliallon to enable ui to' plaCff our claims forcibly before the Dominion and provincial Gov- ernments. rVoriiarn add Central Albert are organlied aorl are getting rcEUlta. Tho AuLomrlblle Club h to protect the bes-t Interests of In the district of which you ara a part. Membership in this Club ilscf you meraherahip In the A Iberia Molor Ijeapic, with which we are Vour mem- borahip costs rou oaljr Five Dollarj and gueranlea. that erery cent of thfj member- ship fee. .iflth the eicepllon of One Dollar which we pay Into tha Alherla Molor Lei- gje, will ha spent In ihe district of which -you (prm a parl, (or the betterment ot moiorinfi coodlllona. We have DO paU officials; (her are all prominent huslnm giving their serrlcea absolutely free lo the Club. :_ymi you not get ID line IUGHT NOW by "sending'In yoiir appilcalEon with memher- .of and greatly V.-.' V. Jjeiter cootli V LETKBRIDdE.AUTOMOBILE CLUB 0. MeklMiih, Mewln-Tshlp, Committee. ROADS! REAL ROADS, that's what we are after. And the people of the South have decided to gel roads by organizing. We will get good roads when you join us, arid.wnen we in Southern Alberta can unitedly ask our Government to make real roads now, not thirty years hence. We ask every Car Owner lo voluntarily show his colors, and to enroll his name in this great work. The Lelh- bridge Committee membership objective is 400. What is your-objective? IETHBRIME DISTRICT AUTOMOBILE CLUB Below is a List of Chairmen in each district in Southern Alberta. Enroll with the Chairman in your District. CITIZENS LUMBER CO............... Skiff CITIZENS LUMBER CO. Mjnybtrrlei" BAALIM MOTOR CO............ t-ttlibridss LETHBRIDGE MOTORS Lothbridge QRAHAM MOTOR CO............ Letfibrldge "FORD GftRAQE Lithbrlrfge MOTOR SALES D. S, WILLIAMSON GARAGE BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS SCHOFIELD Jj.W.' "j. R. C, IMlil .W. D. Cowliy J. A. Gow Vtnn JAS. HARHI3 PIONEER MOTOR CO. 4.. Co.ldale j _ B. DUNCAN ................I. New Dayloo H. LODEH D. Cowltyr A.-.M. (Ajjlfliaabllo Mignlh C. H. KELLY Sprinj Cdulet (General Merchant) J. Y. CtriUM (Commlssfon Agent) MR. RUTHERFORD Turin (f'ermer) V. A. EBERLY..................... Monarch (Dank Manager) Vi. T. ROGERS................... Commerce STAGEY LUMBER'co............ 3TACEY LUMBER CO............ NtmUcam STAGEY LUMBER CO............. Elzlkom STAGEY LUMBER CO. Pakiwkl STAGEY dflon CITIZENS LUMBER CO......... Officers of the Lethbridge Automobile Club m D. R. Hirrii, ariln Slock Brofccr. n. 11. Hurt, ager, dnida Hsrrtwire Go. Lid. W. D. Klns.: Man- ager The Rank of NOTI Scotli. COMMITTEE CHA'lRMEN: P. B. Spooner, Manajcr, Tho InlcrnallonBl Harvetler Co. ot Llmltftl. Good A. O. Hnallm, President. Basllm Molpr Co. Limited. McrabCrahlp-C. 0, McKlntonh. Suprtln- tendonl Cenadlibi Facltlc Rnllrnj Co, m DlflfCTOBS .1. W. luwilon, (liwilcn Brru. furulluro Co. A. H.' McOulrc, McKelvic H McOiilrc. O. H. Mii'lUy, I'rtildcnt We.ilcrn do ]lard4varn Co. Llnided.