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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TV/ELVE THE LEIHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD I TWO MORE LOCA OF OCticia)-notification was lereivod tills morning that S?rfft. F. .1. I^edstor of North Leihbridge. had been wounded in action. Pte. James Marshall Taylor, enlisted iiere, :3 also vrouuded. Hi? father Jives in Chatham, Out. Gunner John Ward, -who wa? report their sad loss. In civiliiin life "Jack" was tnnploj-ed iu (lie liK-iU freight .ihods, I'.nd was vur.v !)o[)iilar amongst his enipluyecs. lie was also jiromi-nont in /ootb;!ll ilrcles and played with ihe freight shed team and also tlm S.O.K, lie was connected with local t~;oiut Unity, -Uu-ient Order of Forfistars, In whu-h he was ii pronii-."e,nt member. Gunner John Ward left "viUi one of the local batteries. DECLINED TO INTERFERE Hamilton, Ont., 0,n. 12.--lly n vote ol' 141 to 107 the Jiethodist general conforencp this uiornins declined to , Interfere iu the affair of the visit of ed killed In .action yesterday, was a i the Dominion police to the Jesuit Col-son of Richard Ward, who is eniployetl | itge at Guelph ou June 7. The vote at Campbell, "Wilson nud Horne. anci ; was taken on a motion to lay on the deep regret is felt for the family in. table a resolution (5em?ndiiiK a full - - ..... �- I p.-irilnmonf.iry investigation into the , jnrfair. It was Rev. Herbert B. Clirist-% ! ie. of Guelj'b, who brought the matter ID the noiiie of the conference. He R9 jl 11 was launciilng on a long 'recital of Wd9 WV^^f\ f' eventS'leading up to the raid when I ^1 af I 9 E b ^^'^^ Interrupted by Cyrus Birge, | H I IIbM I Hamilton lay delegate, who declared,' Efirall �ISs ^ ' ^''^^ " serious mistake to bring up \ � fall IMBlffS f - 'li'S'^'- ^^^#1 v^fi ' t'd cut in the newspapers and the L-'iair was dead. a CfTJALUCE, 0. F. C, ARRIVES HOME ON LEAVE Native Son Who Has Earned Distinction in Air, Visits the City. mi Captain l-ia?.el l^eroy Wallace of tlie Royal .\ir Service, son of .Mr. and -Mrs. J. H. Wallace c:' this city, arrive! i-Lethbridge this afternoon from A FEW MORE RECRUITS ARE NOW REQUIRED FOR APPLY AT ONCE R. N. W. P Barracks An unequalled Soda Biscuit. Serve when and how you will. -Salted or Plain -In striped packages North West Biscuit Co. Limited Edmonton Rciiins SaxkAtaoa Calgary Vancouver CiSADA FOOD eotno ucCNse Xo. II-4S2 stomach Distress Stops Instantly! ^ure, quick', ]-ilea?ant relief from Indigestion Pain,' iGa^j Acidiiy, Hearfburn or Dj^spepsia. Small Pill Small Dose Small SATUl^DAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918 FOR CONSTIPATION haye stood the test of time. Purely vettefable. Wonderlulljr quick to banish bitiousnesa, headache, indigestion and to clear up a bad complexion. Cenalae beara ienature PALE FACES Gcnenliy Indicate a lack .Of Iron in Itie Blopd Carter's Sron Pills Will help this condltloD illlflSSflL!) Bought for Cash bW Dan New-s ,ton of Washington-14,000 Acres in Tract.v The Pilling T.and Co. "announces the aale of the big J. h. Peacock ranch crt 14,000 acres north of Medicine Hat t,o Dim Sewton of Ijamont, Wash. The deal is for spot cash and runs into the six figures, Mr. Pancoclv is well known in Leth-bridge, having had largo holdings ot sheep here last year. Jaa. Harrison fl,cted as the Pilling band company's agent in consummating the deal. [ANO SELLS A! MILK RIVER 0 Y.M.C.A. APPOINTS iW COIiTIEES CAPT. HAZEL WALIIaCE, D.F,C. France. Last August Capt. Wallace had the honor to be decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross for bravery .in action. This young man, who has had such a splendid record on ihe battlefield, joined the Air Service in lOli;. taking a course in the United States. lie has been with the Imperial service for some lime. Capt. Wallace is a native o� Lethbridge, his parents being old-timers in the city, aud is here ou a well-earned leave. The Y,iM.C.A. board of drectora listened to a vtry interestins and instructive address by Mr. Harry Bal-lenlyne. territorial secretary at the s)-ccial meeting iu the boa,-d room Thursday evening. ,"\rr. Ballontyno outlined a constructive program which he desired to see the loc.il board .set j up for this winter. He coiigratulated the new directors who have just assumed office and cmphasi.'.cd the fact that the present time afforded in the history of the associatio-i tlio greatest opportunity for .-ervicj and required all the time, talent and energy which the directors c-.n.l officers ot the association were nbie to give. Mr. Ballent.vTie dealt with tao program of work from tour st;uidpoints-physical, mental, social and religious. In dealing with the variou.-? phases pf the work he suggested, among other tilings., tallts to the boys on health problems and first aid; proper and s.vs-tematic exercises in the .ic.vuinasiun:, in order not only to incroane the strength of the boys but their general [ vitality that they may be better men not only physically, but mentally and spiritually; Jo improve them mentally by providing them with proper material for reading, the establishing ot literary and debating clubs and providing from time to time a series of leo-. . i lures and talks on practical aubjects. \VilI Remain m Possession, He' The social side also should not be EN STRIKE, CALGARY Ignore New Order-In-Council- Government Will Likely Prosecute. TILLflflLOS COLONIAL THEATRE Declares-*-Charges Are Dismis.sed. The ir!o:r.ent you eat a-tablet or two, all the indigestion, gases,- pain, acid-i-.y and rtoinach distress c-.ds-Instantly? Costs little-All lores, ]Buy_aJ30x'! Tn police court this morning the charges against .Alessrs. Brown and Hudson, iu connection with the fight for possession o! the Orpheuni the-1 atre, were withdrawn and the men dismissed. According to -a statement of Manager Brown, the tight for possession of the theatre is not nts and concerts, and possibly moving i ictures as is done in, some association buildings. Mr. Ballent>Tie also pointed out th.it in some associations a ~ refreshment counter is provided, as ^U these things mak� the "Y" more attractM*? and im-j prove the social side of the boy's life. While non-sectarian ip every respect, the .association should be whar -its name stands for-a Chriiitiau institution-and the boy should be encouraged to study and know his Bible. 1! was because the Y.M.C.A. was essentially a Christian institution that it had made such a success in the past. The president extended the board's thanks to Mr. Ballantyne for his i:d-dress and hoped that it wjj'.ild result in creating more enthusiasm aud interest among its members." The following nsw commitfees were formed, the first named being chairman: ' Physical comniiti.e^-W. J. Nelson, F. B. Ross, E. S. Jackson. Membership committee-John Mg.ck, Alex. Harron, M. S. McArthur. W. J. Nelson^ Executive committee-S. McArthur, R. P. Wallace, John Adams, M. Freeman, J. Bawden.' Social work comjnittco-K. P. Wallace, K. N. Jones, Jess ffarrls, A. G. Baalim. Boys' work committee-John Tor-rnce, C. R. Daniel, W. A, Levitt, J. B. Wllkic Religious work committee-W. A Levitt, .L V. Higinbothaai. ' Finance committee-E, N. Rylunds, C. S. Farrow, E. S. Jackson. Calgar.v,- Oct. 12.-Ignoring t!i press dispatches of the government order-in-oouuei] forbidding all strikes for the duration of tl\e war, nil the eniployecB of the Canadian Pacific railway Ogden shops, numbering about 1,200, carried out their threat and walked out at 11 o'clock this morning in sympathy with the Canadian Pacific freight handlers now ou strike. Practically all the principal trade unions in the city were repre-septed among the Ogden men. At the Labor Temple defiance of the government's action was evident and general impression is that the government .will bo challenged to carry Us order-in-council into effect, "The Ogden men are holding a mass ] meeting at the Labor Temple at :i j p.m. tomorrow, when the situation will be discussed. The official announcement has not been received here by the police or military authorities. A government official here today said that immediate steps'would be taken to carry out effectively the order-ln-council. "WTien seen this morning, Alexander Ross, M,P., nresident of the Calgary Trades and Labor council, stated he had received no official intimation from Ottawa in 'connection with the order-in-council and all that he knew was what he had read in the press dispatch. He refused to make any statement in connection with the matter. -;-^ \ tl'^roin Oiir Own Corrft.sDondentI Milk River, Oct, i)-The potato crop is now being harvested arid some"! splendid tubers are 'coming lo town, notitbly ten potatoes weighing twenty-three pounds from the Paul IVIadge farm and some' two pounders from the Beard'farAi, all smooth skins and good shape. Tliese potatoes were notj irrigated 'but grown on summer fallow. Walter Smith, formerly hardware merchant, is back in town on a few days furlough. He is now a signaller and .looks smart in the U. S. array uniform. A halt section ot the Quinn farm was bought last week by .Too Schwartz the price -was around twenty thousand dollars. This land lies Just north of the village along the railway track. The Milk River is very low just now, the boys are having great sport spearing pike. Some fair sized hsh are being caught. A musical and dramatic association was started In Milk River last week for pntriotlo purposes, fourteen members have already joined. Male voices are urgently wanted. A similar organization was a conspicuous success last year and after raising generous sums for the Red Cross, three of its members joined the air force and a fourth is now driving a tank "sopio-where in France." A truly brilliant examplb for the new association to excel. Dr. Giles has removed his ofllce,to the premlse.s opposite the Bank of Commerce. AVhat with only having three passenger trains a  week and a freight handlers strike, Milk River feels badly shelved tliese days. The L'nion church has secured u preacher for next" Sunday and a service will be held 'at eleven o'clock. �bout tf�Tj%hiai wa*h�4 with LirebnoTt etpMially toekin^i, underwear, nitht-llowna, iheett, bUnketii �od evcrythinl that touehet the akin. The-riofa Tclretr lather of Lifebuor has wonderfal cleansing power, but more importaat, tba antiaeptio qualitiai in . LIFEBUOY Lerer Brothen Limited, .Toronto, Ont. PAINS INBADK , _ANp SIDE Yield to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. pl.ving people in rural localities with fifty or one hundred pound boxes of frozen fish by the mail order system tor the winter months, � This is an innovation which should appeal to the farmer, as all he has to do is to send in his order and his box ot frozen fish will OECIOASI Another Meeting .Sunday to Discuss Action on C. P. R. Freight Strike. express. It is a matter which should be given- immeaiate attention by the enterprising city fish dealer. At last night's mass meeting of lo- -------....., f^al labor union men to discuss the be delivered by i freight handlers' strike nt) defini^e ac- KansM-Clty, Kansas.-^'I suffered, from paint in my back and side caused ,hf ^ fuDctiocal de-' 'rangement 1 was nervoua and had headaches most of the time. So many pe.opla recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoand to me, I tried it and after taking six bottles I am well. I do not think the Vegetable Compound can be beaten for woman's ailments."-Mrs. L. Timmkrman, soil 2)1. Hutchings St, Kanisag City, Kansas. Women -who suffer from headaches, nervousness, backache, the blues and othersy ipptoms of a functional derangement sheald givQ this famooa toot and herb remedy a trial. For forty years it has been orercom-ing such ailments of women after other medicines have failed. tf yon want special cuggestions in regard to your condition, write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of long experience is at your service, and your letter will be hold in strict confidence. lion lookincr to a sympathetic .�Urike of other unions wa.s taken. ; Mr. Gale of iho Calgary freight handlers wjs present to present Ihe ; case for tlu> uion., I There was a reluctance on lUe part ' of the ropresoniatlves of the various ; unions pres-cnl Io. state their views j until such time, as. ^hey could consult | tlieir jjiembpr.--, k.) jt v,''as decided to; call a meetius of tljc. execuiivci of the i various unions on Sundriy aflunioon at .''.o'clock in Uio labor lemplf, whc;i ^ reports fr.-)in each total union v.-lll ba ; received, and tliis' meeting willindi-i r^te what cour.^se should be follov>-.ed. In the meaniiine "the strike'contin-, uo'i and there, are 'report;! lhat ' tim j strikers v.-ill FJicrily bo joined Ijy 'he | car-repairer:i ajid some of tiie ether | shop men. 1 USE PREMIUM OLEOMARGARINE THE WAR-TIME BUTTER SUBSTITUTE MADE UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION ABSOLUTELY Sweet, Pure & Glean Economy Without Sacrifice Swif tCanadian Co. Ltd. TORONTO WINNIPEG EDMONTON Cana^la Food Board 13-170, 13-171, 1�-172 Toronto iirt,-u-,i of Coi;tri)l v/ill not (oiiKHnt to iuproased railway faics In that city. We ShaH Be Cl^-? to Have You Call tal and Cut Stone Workfi R. Needs, frc). ��h .S'.rort E. 'I Undertaking | - IMPROVED METHODS are adopted by us as soon as their value is (Irmly establlBhed. la the 'jerforniance of our duties as Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers , All modern aids approved by science or good taste are in use, and we' have no hesitation in claimliig that we can glT� the best i�rvice at the most reasonable cost. OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHEBN AUBERTA. 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