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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE four rim i..KTimmnr,rc daily herald SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 101R Xctbbuboc Ibcralb Ictbln-^flc, Hlbcita i DAILY ANU WBKKLY Proprietors and Publisher* fHt LKTMBRIDQE HERALD PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITEr �n 6th Street South. Lethbrldfl* ' W. A. Buchanan Prealdent and Managing Director fcn Torrance -  Buslnaaa M�na��r TSLKPHONM 6ilne�  Office .......... Itorfcl OKtca .......... Ull ubeerlptlon Rata*i Batty, flellTered. par week .1* Pally, delivered, per year -----*5 Daily, by niAl). r�r year ......$*-::. Af His '.I'.-ring Gompntiv. . Y^rk. was find . I'd Or. VY,iliac ir.-d SlTi trifled by War. Hii-Hriti-li f-fcave strt the Holy Blli! h.iM Offt n-ivo Rlready taken i por.tiiub-d. Tlio KranoSerblnn drive |� Continui.'lK a.'o.-ic .� .��,.�,!!',> c.v. fron:. The (5reek� !;ave enter.- i new allied of'en in.f in "a'estlne. c.'s und'-r Getier k ill the Tnrkis'. J.ond alons � smashed :Isci was ptar'.e.l ; of Tr. inmers. The > a Ij that we . on In many r:-or,i r a-.v'. b.-.--a'-. ; fh iftrr. read lu'tances r:t 1^ :her sl.'.e M T. W:. .1 : >rc> Ulde ! front � te-.l.iV ' ha\ e - in out. The and een are i ; rr acaii Man's L-ia.i. It :::.iy help by pi. mrlpit m;.\ �: this year is an excellent one,  .\crcliiif; former yea;'' Two Fined-Women's Institute -Interest in Lyceum Circuit Entertainments oinir.aniler 111. onp.Ml!. a fror.t Ilnr, is serimislv : mT Ho-iutal as :le :n"cblen;. and Murdoch injured and : r.sult of an an I dp! On fron; th" from ti.e ^circled Jllndi'ttburif 11:U region, tlie American Hi at the forts � re al.llnp the KYench forces, western front the Trench southwest and the !'ri:i en;y'� Ary. en: a :i. ��>n t.i help e etietr.y's tr area. i oar.t-r h�t r the eiirps artillery ha rry ar. d torr pry ef th' He v And- position inte'.liire la THE DEFEAT Of-J. C. WATTERS. .1 Walters, after Bf service as president ftnd Labor Oonctross -ate?t question tila needs like Sam toped that Tom M pf th c'xn.i la �v. ariunv erpisnatlc hewarm at the not help war rradei u In :i. He beff'.n-effort enemy s troops. win � la U:.= 1m !k,-,l ,NOh Inn: af'.Uile N.'V at was Irflict-Niagara Tn!'-. :it w str of tV in-cut  onciii !*' allure ; P." l-'dd .) k'lV on th In this name, corp tactical fighting Inte'llceto e c eJ with the enemy corps oppos i� *ejpop.�ih> for ei.-h unit !: knowledce complete as pe,�, their enetny oppo�lfi> numb-'.-, ! Disposition of the l.oc.Tion of the e reclmop/. ar. 1 d'.v'.�j lloutef for appro*, infantry ar.i tran � l.ocatlou of th- -n litloii* with their ; floti Hipply. fe.i.�e Th- � t  mv'. . .'. brother of Kifht ltev. C. P. "ii. Anglican 'e.--!:op, Chicago. ii'lleiti'-i and universities with � army training corps units  n a.ivls-d I.;, th- v.'.ir dent not to make plans for foot-h, dtil'V, this nu'umn Jan--; V Kennedy. 2S. was accl-d- ntally klll-d ;;t t'c International Si-'k.'! Company's plant. Port rol-mi rt:-. by nintiini; a t''!ph"r at sharp P'-ej u\.-r an open switch. villc the rvo r \va !-l:u: th' dnn: : s bur.: Ilfin e.U Mr Third .ihin a. -it br-many of Mr. iurized last i!;-e, it store iito in that � hi-'li ) e.-etopr: i a: of tui t.jrim; in Iceland �'ho-vn tn ; �:itl.-�if * -;'-' lepes. As I'mted Slate- eiiu-Caimot be Made Mlbjeet iii o taiy Service Act. Tiiry iv111 I Jie subject to draft nnd-r iir �f convention with the l';;,i-i the thu at 'U'e- i- any Th-t privi-is th-v ir "fill->v. ever v.-io:is S'atiM parliament wilt hav- to d.-t-r.'nin-Mielher or not in tuture conscientious ebjectors. including Mennonites. Qiu-kers, Tunkers. Christ.ide!phiar.s and Others are io be exempted from military service. The iiu-stlun of making provision to exclude any djas of \m-rl("jn cltlzc-ns from entry ' ('anada |s as you can un 1�� r�tan 1. -.imi-wh.-.t complicated and not i� ho;- > livo in �:.f-ty. u.irneri!i� such dollars ;i�r in war or [i ai -Th- I'nlted States lo�es nothing l.v the em'.sra'lon or these people. ! .Mies in patriotism by th-ir ejointt. \W are sorry thou ;h that our in-U'hbor and ally in thU war, is to be inflicted wi'h thin trilio of dirty shirkers." There !� nothing complimentary n  i'.VS . o.rps toi -niy's and a ports yor! -� rp� fr, en-ral EllV are from oir aggre-si rvnt ion [  re :.r- d: r.t and are ; ob=-rva:io:..inio'i (l-olo^-i-t. is a' for the parpo," of tural gas to -certain of gasoline contained tor has visit-d most of in Alberta In this con-si uver-il that the Ding- fKmrii Our Own Corrr.spnndcnt 1 Xobleford. Sept. 20.-A party of the Women's Institute and friends motored out to Mt'R. (}. 11. Saumler.sou's pretty residence the other day to hold an institute meeting. Four new meni-berr. were enrolled and all present spent n very enjoyable lime and returned home feeling well satisfied with their (rip. The next meeting of the Institute will be held lit the home of Mrs. Gilbert of White Lake, on Oct. :!rd. It Is hoped that ;i good number of the members ,vlll be out on that date. Polloe Court A police court was held here on Tuesday cfternoon when August Hrady and Peter I.unil were charged before Justice of the peace, F. C. Ornnstoun. with common assault. As A. lsrady pleaded guilty, no evidence was offered but P. I.nud stated that ! he was not guilty mid so the justices j had to hear the evidence In eontioo-| tlun with that case. After hearing all j thai there was to say they wero both fined ?r,.0ii and costs, j Considerable interest was ^evinced j yesterday wh-n our esteemed bank | manager. M, A. KUpntrlek, was mar-� lied at Macl-oil. The happy collide are | spending their honeymoon at. Hie ; coast. Hearty coiigrniulatlons to them j Is now the order of the day. j The work of fixing electric lights I in the church here is now under way. | The current will be taken from the 1 garage plant and will be a great .improvement on the old way of lighting. | Boy Scouts Our new school principal, Mr. Collins, is taking a great Interest in the hoy scout movement, and is helping with the loenl troops which arc under the leadership of Mr. V. Kobe. It is hoped that during the winter months all tho boys in the village will join up and that thoy will derive great benefit from the lessons that they will l-arn from their two leaders. On Wednesday night an organization meeting to nrrange n young ladies' club was held in the basement of th" church. Miss Livingstone Is the lender of the new movement and much is expected from the formal Ion' of the club. Most of the young ladles in the village are going to fake part and a good series of meetings are to be arranged. Lyceum Course Interest in tho Lyceum course is now getting greater day by day. and the commiltio who have Hi" arrangements in hand are confident that tlie. entire series will be u great success. Some of tli-tu have during this week being paying visits to Parous. Coal-hurst ami other places in this vicinity in order to' arou-.- interest and have -i far been very sucnssful. Tickets are being sold w-11 and it onlv needs a little hard pull now io place tit-whole series of con '-its in the success column. The first, on the list is to b" .'. visit of W. A. Buchanan. M I',, of Lcthbriilge, who will give his impres- sions of the wnr front, and the renditions of things In l'lurope as he hiiw them during his recent visit to the front. All the committee feel that in Mr. Huchnnan thoy have secured un nttraction of the first order and It is expected Unit n capacity crowd will he out on September "tith, when thu lecture will come off. Now all people remember that the date Is Thursday, September Stith, the place the K.P. hall and the lime 8 o'clock. Let the hall bo filled and give a rousing welcome to Mr. Iltichunnn. After all the expenses of the series are paid the balance of the funds uro to go to the lted Cross work. S. C. Oertly Is going around with one of those mulles on thai will not come off ttensoti a new baby boy at him home. The annual meeting of the Noble-ford lted Cross society will be held In the ii P. hall on Thursday. October ;ird. at S.Ull p.m. Reports of the nmoui.t of money raised and work done during the year will be given at this meeting. There will also be election of officers for the ensuing year and arrangements will be made for an extensive membership campaign. Oilier Import! nt business will be transacted and all members and others interested in Red Cross work are requested to be present. vrLOAN (From the Advocate!. On Saturday at the Calgary Oenera.l hospital there passed away Chester J Hume, the fourteen-year-old son of i Mr. and Mrs. F. Maiden, after a very j brief illness. The young lad was well | and favorably known In the conimun- , Ity. whilst apparently in good li'-ulth j and of n stalwart build, bis life was 1 being snapped by an Insidious disease | that only when too late was discover- j ed to have worked its ravages. The , grief-stricken parents have the syni- | pathy of the whole community. The I remains were embalmed in Calgary j and were taken on Monday to the i family plot in Mar.-haltoivii. Iowa, I where it was expected that the only j remaining child. Fdniund. now in the j U. S. A. Marines contonetnent (:.�!-v-ston. Texas, would meet the cor- | tege. Mr. -s*,! Mrs. Maiden are ex- ] peeled back in about ten days. On Tuesday. September 17th. Mr. and Mrs. Win, Snimp of Hoyden, Iowa, celebrated their faith anniversary 'of their wedding at the homo of their son A. IV Shim p. nt Stavely. Mrs. L. F,. Nowton. of Naiiton. ,1. K. Snimp, of Portland,'anil C. 11. Shlrnp of Vulcan, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Shim]) are delighted with the crop prospects here as they expected to (Ind a complete failure this year. After an ex tended stay at Stavely. Nantou and Vulcan, they will visit their daughter i at Kalispol. Mont., then on to Port- j land and from there to California for | the winter.. Then they will go back to Iowa where they have a son and daughter living. As th- threshers' returns begin to come In slowly, tho surprising yields continue to increase Id number, and while the crop on the whole, taking th- entire crop area into consideration, will not greatly exceed the provincial -;overnment estimate of live bushels, yet the suinmerfiillow crops in ibis di-trlct. and especially new breaking, are yielding amazingly well, mine coil;-, as hish as -n bushels. The average on tiiis land over the district will he about la bushels which is much better than expected. NEWS BUDGET OF BOW ISLAND (Ci-oni Our Own CoreunnorulcnM How Island, Sept. 20.--Mrs. T. R lllalno In conipanv with her Bister. Miss P. Smith left on Thursday for Montana where I hey will spend some time visiting relatives. Air. and Mrs. it. Dodtls and daughter Audrey left, on Thursday for St. Paul. Mr. Ilodds disposed of his faim to .Mr. Spriugle. Mrs. \V. F. Henderson was a weekend guest In l.ethbridge. Mrs. .1. II. Stewart and daughter are at present In Winnipeg, the guests of Mrs. Stewart's mother. The Altar Society of St. .Michael's church was delightfully entertained by Mrs. August Flammo lit lier country home on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. MeKenna has returned home after a delightful vacation spent with friends in Saskatchewan. Mrs. Albert Whitney is entertaining us her guest her mother Mrs. Grant. Mr. T. Power of C.nyley spent Tuesday here. Mrs. Dempster of Ktzlkom Is at j present the guest of Mrs. \Keott. Mr. and Mrs. S, Y. Hurst left on Sunday for Glacier Park. They Intend to remain Hie week. Mr. T. W. Dyer reached here from Medicine Hat on Monti f- and proceeded to bis farm southeast of town. Rev. Gilbert returned on Friday 'from the district conference conducted j at Medicine Hat. i Mr. A. Swenniuson returned home i on Wednesday after a business trip ; Io Calgary. j Mrs. K. II. Wilhiot Is spending the I wi ok with relatives iu Calgary. I .Mrs. Howard Murray was a guest j in Medicine Hat. on Friday. ] Mrs. Geo. Hedel! and Miss McGue j were guests in Taber on Monday. Mr. C. McDonnell of Lethbridge was i ii git-Si in'-ii- OVCr 'hi' V.'Cl'k C!l(l. I Mr. .lohn Polllti returned on Friday I from .Medicine Hat. j Mrs. A. Fsporseth left on Monday for the Medicine Hat �Hospital to I undergo an operation for appendicitis. I Mrs. P. Tnlbout of Taber, was a ! guest, here on Wednesday. ! The many friends of Mr. Freddie Fi'.trbnirn will be pleased to learn that i word reached his parents on Wednes ' day that he has passed all danger but is still an inmate of the Vancouver hospital. Mr. F.. Ludlke was a visitor to Medicine Hat on Frldny. The laill-'s' aid of the United church will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Albert Whitney next Thursday ! afternoon (Sept. llt'ithi. As several important matters are to be discussed a good attendance Is desired. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. llrown left Monday by motor for Calgary. Mrs. A. lloaglln was a visitor to Me diclne Hat on Wednesday. on OLDEST DRAFTED MISSOURI yank IS AGED 35 Aurora. Mu.-Claude Lee. l> the oldest drafted man In Missouri to lie called Into th- military service. Lee. who served several years In the armv, was rejected In H e spring of I'.HT for over-age. lie tried many limes to get in hut failed. When .lime r.. 1! 17 came he registered as hi. man 'ield. about Calgary, contain of gasol'.n-i than forty miles south of i higher proportion th"}' had figured on. .ith .id �f t! �rps irei' .ton: ilv. '.n of >: day, what the have  i en 1' abnormal inoi-m-'o !: ,Song Service. ' 7.20 Kvenlng Service. Subject.: "Mayo^- Hnrdie's Letter-a Challenge to the entireties of Lethbridge." evening. Morning Service. 11 a.m. j Fvenlng Service, 7.30 p.m. Rev. Geo. .lackniiin will preach at both services. Sunday School will moet nfter the morning service. Thts being Rally Dny wo specially invite the parent:; of nt! our scholars ANGLICAN Cor. Rev. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Sarvlc* at 11 a.t.i, Subject: "Matter." Sunday School convenes at the close of the Sunday morning service, ' Wednesday fcvenlnQ, Testimony masting at K p.m. tTho reading room Is open daily ox-eopt Sundays and legal holidays, from :i to 0 p.m. Here, the Bible and authorized Christian Sclonco literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. Tho public Is cordially invited to attend tho church services, also to visit tho roadluB room. St. Cyprian's Church 11tn Street and 8th Ava. South. Canon W. V. McMlllen, OA, Rector Matins. II ii.ui. I'lveu Song, 7.20 p.m. It"v. S. Middleton will take both sor-vices. Holy Communion ,nt 11 o'clock. Sunday School at 2 o'clock. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL AOQEMBLY 205 Thirteenth St. N. Rev, C. M. Neve, Psotbr Res. 367 16th St. N. Services Sunday, 10.110 and 7.30 Tuesday and 'Thursdays, 8 p.m. Mvangellst |{. .1. and Mn, Seott ass'.it ing. A Hearty Welcome to All. p.m.v NORTH LETHBRIDGE GOSPEL HALL fLitlu nth Ave. N. Haplisf Church) KpenkMr: John Itao, (;2.ri tilth SI. N. Kunday School il-4 p.m. Sunday lOveiiiug (lospol Arrdess by Mr. James Flildes. Evesyhody Welcome. to meet, with nn on this occasion. Tlie members of tho church are requested to note (hat business of great importance will bo brought before them after the ovunlng service ,und all are asked to attend this meeting who possibly Christian Church Car. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor 612 Ssvcnth Street South Phone S02 lingular Services, 11 a.m. and 7.20 p.iav lllblo School at 10.20 sharp. C. IS. at this. MUh Collins, leurlaJR. You are welcome to Uio bome-Ifln church. SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Mrs, Hamilton, officer* In ehnrgc. Sunday, 11 a.m., 1! and 7.30 p.m. Sand ay School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.20 p.m., Corp Cadets. '� Wednesday, 2 p.m., Homo Loagce. 8 p.m.: Llfo Having Scouts and Ounrd* j The Citadel Bund in attendances, i Bunduy and Thursday tiorvlcu*. ;