Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1018 THE LETTIBRIPGE DAILY HER ALT* PAGE THIRTEEN V,anoouver, Sept SI.-Sir Ou*r3e#-Hltfbort Tapper, chairman of. th^Van*; coiryof branch of the Bed OrosB.'wrs.^ Edward Mason, "chairman of tne^g�fa--B. Oriaveley, one of the founders of':!'th(J' branch,.and Mr..I.IMiblnQwJt*�tli9;Soor r�(^ry> ;,tav6^!tend^red ;Jtfialr reidgri'a-7 Hong t&^fcbe-��S*;Oi:o*S�. Vf� J?ro�inqo saya today It-underatand*1 other prom-tyen't 'inenib^i* of jlie' -.society will fol- The Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music & the Royal College oi Music LONDON,ENGLANQ. - Far Local Exairinationf in Mttk it Britiih Empire PYTHON.' HimMmjaalylhaKing. TheAaauel Bsesnfnstibnt^Irpth Preetteel and Theoretical, will be htld throughout Cenede. u followr: . , , . ' PRACTKALS-Msy or jau, 1819, , (�s�r4i*(Ul*',. Two GoM uid two Si W MeoeW mr* offeree! annually a]ao one Scholarship, entlcHner winner to 2 .years free cuitJon;Poolall.';ts 'in the nrstf-Berlin: dlptr-fct was dissolved by the poHca'accOKlin'g to;;th> Berlin Vor-ivto'orts, d copy of which' has' been received ber'oi Hugo Hatise.v leader of thief Socialist minority) was refused permission to speak arid the police arrested Adolph Hoffman) who was chairman of the mooting. Vorwaerts also reports that Horr T-Jnenisch, Socialist"member - of the �Prussian diet, who was addressing an election meqtlng in a suburb of Cologne, was'stopped By the police iwhen he began to discuss the subject of Prussian franchise reform. The police official, says the newspaper, declared his orders came from "the authorities" ahd Vorwaerts'sarcastically asks: "Who are the' 'authorities' who try to hinder the Prussian government in its fight for; the ecitial' franchise and who feci they'must stamp as lies the solemn declarations -of the chancellor and the vice-cKaiieellor," SAXON LEADERS ARRESTED VVashfjiDton, Sept; ^1.-It Is re-sported- from Dresden to Amsterdam according to .a dispatch from France today that 12 leaders of the Saxon Independent Socialist party have been"aPr'ested at Dres-.. den, Chemnitz and'Zwickau, as a re8u.lt of unrest In the industrial .'-districts--of Saxony.' Trie German censor would not allow details of ; .the.'Incidents to be sent. KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT mmm WHITE aP**�J WHITE uouid . ^iioe cake Pressing1 FOR MtNS, WOMEKS AND CHILDREN S SHOES � th� fv.f:. D^lCeT corporations, -tlMlTED HAMILTON,OWT WHITE CAKE. 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At all dealers or sent postpaid on ' receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa. :e has fled Copenhagen, Sept. 21.-The Roumanian crown prince has fled from Roumanian territory and arrived in Odessa, according to the Ukrainian newspaper Krewskaim-ysl. News of the flight of Crown Prince Charles of Roumania follows closely reports that came from German sources of an anti-German outbreak in Roumania in wnich Queen Marie, who is an uncompromising sympathizer with the entente, was the prime mover and that King Ferdinand was reported to be holding aloof from the movement. Field Marshal von Mackensen, it was stated, was to return to Roumania at onco, together with Dr. Solf, the German colonial secretary, presumably to deal with the reported outbreak. Crown Prince Charles \% known to have been in sympathy with the attitude of his mother in her bitter hat-, red of all things German ahd quite possibly would have been associated with her in any anti-German agitation. Service to Customers of First Importance at Local Ford Garage . Realizing that service is the big thing in the automobile business, that customers want reliable work and prompt, courteous attention, we are emphasizing this at our garage. When you come here you will find some one ready to look after your business. We must give service to make you want to come again-and we will give you the kind of service you want. Our repair department is under the management of the best mechanic we could find and all .work will be right in every detail. Ford Garage C. C. McGREERY, Manager H. E. M El BACH, Proprietor BURiAN TRYING TO save HIMSELF Washington, Sept. 21.-Count Michael Karolyi, leader of the opposition in Hungary, according' to an official dispatch from Switzerland, today, says the Austrian peace note was sent by Baron Burian, Austrian minister of foreign affairs, with the sole object of strengthening his insecure position. Count Karolyi is reported to have said: "We know the demands of the entente. President Wilson has defined them in 14 articles. As for German aims, Vice-Chancellor Von Payer, who was "certainly aware of the imminent danger of the Ballplatz, elaborated them in a speech at Stuttgart and this speech makes void in advance any ten? tatlvo reconciliation between the two groups.'' Toronto, Scpi 2l.-Matters of minor Importance.are .before the Anglican synod, today-and: itvis expected that -this evening's uessltm will see the close of the work.-; � Although It is expected that the general sessions of the synod will conclude tonight, the house of bishops will meet here^next week to discuss questions and resolutions arising out of the meeUngvof the general synod during the lait;,|vyo weeks. Hoy. Heettey*-. Winnipeg, appealed for the conduiotlitlg of the next general synod in WJnftipeg in 1!)20. Chancellor Da''iason. Montreal, in seconding the motion, said that the holding of the synod in Manitoba would be singularly appropriate, as the life of the general .synod Was commenced in Winnipeg. The motion.was carried unanimously. Rev. Canon Tucker, London, read the names of nine members of the synod who had died since the last general synod. The names were: Chaplain W. H. Carter, Qubec; Archdeacon Naylor, Montreal; C. Melville Tait, Montreal; T. A. Kidd, Ontario; C V. Plummer, Algnmrt; Rev. J. Robinson, Winnipeg; JuiIro Molt. Huron; Col. Gregory, Calgary and Rev. Canon Powell, Halifax. In succession to Judge MacDonald, Brockvllle, LV. A.,' Hamilton, Toronto, was appointed treasurer by a unanimous vote. .'. 'A letter was, read from the judge announcing his resignation from the post and a resolution of appreciation was carried unanimously. The house of bishops announced that, while in complete sympathy with the proposal of the Bishop of Ontario, for the authorization of a simple form of service to he used in special circumstances inste;." ot the order for evening prayer, they do not recom_ mend that this authorization should be embodied In a rubric in the book of common prayer. They will take the matter into consideration with a view to meeting the need for such a service. Dr. Mathew Wilson, Chatham, speaking on behalf of the Social Service council, recommended that the appointment of 12 women, representative of each ecclesiastical province, to be elected by the council. The matter was referred to the committee on canons. now to Recognize and Avoid Kidney or Bladder Troubles Medical Research has Proven that Diseases Arising from Congested Kidneys Can be Cured if Detected in Time The Symptoms of Thes/ Afflictions Should be Understood and Recognized Kidney and Bladder complaints arc among llio most common afflictions, that the humau body is heir to. Thousands of people suffer for years with pains in the back, swollen joints or difficult urinntion, and never once try to rid themselves of their agonies- because they don't understand tho cause, nor seat of their trouble. Perhaps the best-known diseases resulting from Kidney derangements arc Rheumatism, Sc!iatica> Lumbf.jjo, Inflammation of tho Bladder, Stmic and Gravel. These diseases arc all the result of deranged kidney action, and can be cured only if the kidneys are restored to perform their proper 'iine-tion of ileansing the !