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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 11, 1917, Winnipeg, Manitoba MANITOBA FREE y MONDAY; JUNE. 11, 1017. AND DISTRICT Or. Thornton in Hon. Dr. Thornton, minister of educa- for the province of -Manitoba, is present in Ottawa attending the of the Dominion Medical (materials and the effect of the heat- upon the automobiles make tip the big monetary loss. The stable is owned by R. J. .McDonald. No. 14 Fire hall squad attended-. Heavy for Tteket Scalping. Russian, on two charges of ticket scalping, paid in the. Beach police court last The Canadian Pacific has de- ckled to -war on ticket scalpers. Loss in Garage Fire. About damage was done to automobiles when fire swept through stable at 261 Burnell street, occu- pied by the Williams Motor com- Lnv. early Sunday morning. The cause of the fire is not known. .It Was well under way when the flre- roen arrived. They pulled out -the cars and set to fighting the con- fining it to orio corner. Actual dam- by flames was slight, but loss of Girlt Go Back to from Blackwood's pickle factory who went on strike Friday went back to work Saturday on the advice of Organizer Hoop, who wished' to investigate their grievances. Twenty-five girls desire a minimum wage of a week. They are getting SPEIRS-PARNELL BREAD Wins Favor by Its Flavor PHONE GARRY 2345-6. Price of merchants are anxious for the future owing to the cessation of work at the western mines. The railways are getting m big supplies which are being stored at divisional paints, while the Win- nipeg dealers do not pretend to pre- dict future prices. There is an ex- pectation that coal will go up to a ton. It is now selling at. ?12. .Cadets Attend .hun- dred Highland Cadets attended divine' service at Knox church Sunday morning. Rev. Dr. DuVal preached, a special sermon to the boys from the text, "Watch ye. quit ye like men, be incul- cating steadfast devotion to duty and citing the example set toy the gallant lads at the front. There was special music and 'other features ap- sropriate to the occasion. Physician for Brandon Manitoba Gazette announces that ur. John McDiarmld. of Brandon, has e quantities piled up; but any that mppened- to be in the path of th'e fires was quickly reduced to ashes. Undelivered Casualty Tihe C.P.R. telegraph department has an undelivered- casualty message for airs. W. J. Prizeman, 137 Edmonton street. f Church Matheson yesterday -consecrated' St. George's church, Waskada, and held a confirmation service there in the evening. GAS HAS 1OOO 'USES FOR SUMMER COMFORT COOK WITH GAS See our display of latest model Gas Ranges: 510 down, balance monthly, will put one In your home tomorrow. GAS STOVE 'DEPARTMENT 322 Main St. Phone Main 2522 YEGLASSES JAMES SHAEN Consulting Optometrist 280 Portage Ave., cor Smith R. G. Gordon's Drug Store HORLICK'S Malted Milk for the Home A nourishing food-drink for All Ages. Anywhere at anytime No cooking dUUll Jni, been appointed physician for the dan at Brandon in the place of J. Clark, who has resigned. The Can- ada Guaranty Trust company has been appointed official administrator -or the Dauphin Judicial district land Dr. Magill Back From Robert Magill, secretary of the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange, arrived from Ottawa Sunday, but-when asked as to the newly appointed grain, com- mission, replied: "I have nothing whatever for publication." Officer as has been received in the city that captain James Pepper, formerly man- ager of the Fort Garry, is now in the-7 trenches, he having' sacrificed his rank in order to be aible to reach the front at once, where he is now serving as a private. Big Congregations at terday was a busy day at Wesley church the members of the church and Sunday school being addressed TbousamdB Line Streets as Host is Carried of an Im- pressive Procession The Corpus procession in .St. Boniface yesterday was an im- pressive spectacle. It was attended by three thousand people and 'hun- dreds of parishioners of both Bexes and over fifteen hundred-school, chil- dren preceded and accompanied the host through the' which, were lined with' reverent spectators. The cathedral was' adorned with red and- white silk orlflammes with appropriate mottos, flags ot England, Canadian and the papal states, and- banners of the Sacred'Heart." High- mass was eung pontiflcally, at 10' a. m. "by his grace- the archbishop, duly attended toy 1 lV- revolutionary doctrine? Paul's mission that end the modern world- haditieeti- challeng- ed 'by the claims of-Cfirlst and- It was because of Paul's work fliat Christianity survived fall of and- the brealr-np- of Medieav- elism. The great testimony- of'history-was, he said, that brutality and cruelty had failed. Materialism'and aggran- disement had failed and' the tendency wan for inward authority to be sub- stituted for outward authority. Some Good Signs -Even in, this war; he pointed out, there was a tendency for each na- tion to claim that the other'started it. .This was evidence .of that inward authority working. It was also a good Christianity .was as- sailed for not preventing the war. Nobody thought of making this against other religions. It is now a question of whether 'there was a religion in existence which could bear-the weight of west- he There had been jto civilization yet which had not failed. If, however, the Christian religion did not rise to the task there was no- other agency which cotild accomplish' the feat. by three members of the Manitoba cons, his assistant, and the master of A 11 IPfl.8 of and store The resignation of John Mason as deputy district regristrar under tne old s'ystem for. the Neepa-wa titles district, lias been accepted Suspected Yeggmen" Arrested. Among the'three men arrested-as t Portag-e la Prai nesday is "Sheeney" Hoi :nar to an announcement made on Saturday by the Pinkerton's agency of Winnipeg. Holmes was a. pal o William Anderson, row serving a life term for the murder of Detective Marshall Jackson. Both men .served jail term in "Winnipeg, and- deported They were suspected' having broken into Robinson company's departmental Holmes zave his name at Portage as J. 'C. "Little. Military May the poilce commission intends to leave the preservation of order at the next anti-conscription meeting- to the military authorities was the. statement made by a member of this body Saturday. The member also stated, that, in his opinion, it would be a. great deal "better to allow the antis to talk if they could set enoush fools" to listen to them. The effect of an undisturbed meetins die out much sooner than if the sneakers were disturbed- and. could "pose as martyrs is the view- put forward by this official. Destructive Bush living on the east 'side of Lake Win- nine" tatween Grand Beach and Victoria Beach suffered considerably loss last week by bush fires, whicn Imvc "been running through that part nE the country. Six families lost harns ami other outbuildings, ana John "W. Ferris. Tmd succeeded in establishing a comfortable home, had his "house destroyed as well as his barns and other property, and he iias 'been, left practically- penniless. Since the construction of the-Cana- dian Northern railway through that district the been, able to convert the timber taken, from their land into cordwood and turn it into money. This season, in view of the prices prevailing they cut more than usual and had consider- conferenee. All the meetings were largely attended. The morning ser- vice was conducted by Rev. Pat- terson of .Rowland. Rev.- G. R. Tench spoke to the Sunday school children while Rev. Mr. Maunders of Holland addressed the-' evening congregation. Sorry to See Pastor a joint meet of .the boards of Wesley church Sunday mornirig, a resolution of ap- preciation was unanimously passed regarding the work of the retiring pastor. Rev. T; G. Bethel. Mr. Bethel is to take up a new field of labor at St. James. The resolution expressed deep appreciation of the work, of Mr. Bethel during the- past two trying .years and. deep sympathy with the pastor in his: suffering and sorrow of the past year. Verdict at Pole- wado, who was killed on Thursday, came to his death by the falling of. a "goose-. and the consequent -breaking of-a defective derrick, ac- cording to the verdict brought in by the coroner's inquest which was held at the. provincial "police court rooms on Saturday evening.. Several- wit- nesses were examined and the re- maine of the unfortunate man were viewed toy the- they were ordered interred. Grcgo- Thortly before the end of the mass the procession 'began forming- in tne cathedral grounds, headed .by N.' Pl- rotton and. his Belgian, cluto hand. The order of the procession, which. filed through Tache, Cathedral, Des Meurons, Provencher and through Tache, was as follows: Tache orphanage -with three banners; the Grey Nuna; the Oblate sisters' pu- pils and the Oblate sisters; Sisters of. St. Joseph: St. Joseph's academy's pupils and with (banners; par- ish Children of Mary and banner, ladies of St. Anne. Bearing their vio- let and gold badges, their banner, the ribbons of which were held by waa., Indeed; an exceptional: sight. Lunch was served1 at'noon at Steyen-- son's Grove, four miles north, "of" try feels always, drawn, to j Jlordan, after w-hich, there was an, France. This' is a decided5 change'of inspection of Mrr Stevenson B.-tarmr opinion the Hostili- ties: .-Argentine and. 'Chili, said- the" speaker, are held by locals-conditions, from severance from neutrality; These conditions tor; the hesitancy of in joining The- address proved mostanstructive, telling as_ it, did the conditions .which1'now exist in the The drove to Morden. 'turning home "about 6 pjn. without, any more serious mishap taan -a, blow-out or a hot engine. Mission .for U.S.. Tokio, June is. understood here that-Japan is arranging, to send: official commission to the United, States; in connection with the- war. STERLINGDANK BOLIVIAN PROGRESS JUDGE MYERS' SON WOUNDED surplices and choristers. In tne wake of these the canopy iolet cassocks and came the Kiwanis Club Luncheon. D. C.. professor of history, Wesley college, will address the Kiwanis club to-morrow June 12; at the regu- lar weekly St. Regis hotel, on 'The Patriotism of the Business man." Archie (the silent gives the weekly prize; a Waldemere at 1.15. A. complete membership roster' will be given to each member attending, this luncheon. .Each member provided' with a badge setting forth his name as hei enters the dining room. Th'e function will: begin at 1. and stop, at -2 o'clock. Guests will be welcome. Loading Platform on beneath the loading platform in the C.5T.E. yards. Fort Rouge, Saturday, caused damage estimated at over Firemen fought the flght nortlv Main, street desiring to return north -will make the turning at Notre Deme avenue east. All traffic from, south Main street desiring; to return south or to proceed west will make tbe turning at Ixjmbard street. All traf- fic from Portage east will proceed to and Main before turning south or west. Tttese will -practically have the same, effect as those at Donald and Portage, ex- cept that no semaphors will be used. They will be In force from 8 a, to 10 p. m. and "interfered -with the The Brothers of Gary's hou.e and Marv convent and St. draperies and hang- dore and most three colors, RUSSIAN DELEGATES OATHE'R TO CONGRESS STOVEL COMPANY LIMITED Bannatyne Avenue Entire block from Dagmar to Ellen REGISTRATION OF AMERICAN CITIZENS PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS ENGRAVERS, ELECTROTYPERS' Phone Garry 1600 COOK WITH GAS U there ii Gaa your Strtet, the Company will lay service to your street line without charge. From street to inside of basement a rate of 25tf per foot v charged Leave your Order Early GAS STOVE DEPARTMENT Winnipeg Electrio Railway Company U2. SOW MAIN TJ.'S. Consul George N. Ifft makes the following' statement regarding the registration of American citizens in Winnipeg: "All American citizens, between the ages of 2il and 31, resident In this consular -district, may register this consulate-general for the pur-.; poses of the selective service act of May IS, 4917. "The consulate-general is. located at room 401, T.rihunft building, and applications for registration, will -be received between the hours o? 19 a.m. and- 3 p.m. "Instructions received up to date require that applicants for regis- tration present themselves at the consulate-general in person. Consu- lar sOffloers cannot certify registra- tion cards wihtout having the ap- plicant actually before them. It would, therefore, be useless to send cards fey mail to the hundreds of ap- plicants for same. consul jias asked for fmther .sistructions in regard to applicants ho live at a distance from the con- cannot conveni-' tly appear m person for registrar lion, and all t-in-n i> ill be advised? Tne Orthodox Russian church in America will probably send dele- -ato to Russia to urge tne authori- ties not to sign a separa.tej.eace Germany but to flght .side by aide with the allies until the war ia won. This is the principal object of a con- gress of delegates from different Russian centres In America -which Is meeting In Winnipeg now. 'The congress opened yesterday morning, and will probotty conclude this evening. The opening serrteea took place at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, when Right Rer. Bishop Alexander cele- brated high man, and and a very large congregation were The dean of the Russian 'Canadian missions. Rev. PhiUppoesky, was also present, and sermon was preached, Rev. Professor Lavar, formerly a professor in a Russian university, and lor a time on fcho Russian front. The business sessions Began in tne afternoon In the Polish hall, and' a large number of delegates were pre- sent. Addresses dealing with matters of interest to the Russians (were de- livered hy delegates from Edmonton, C." S-ngarchuk, Bishop E. P. Hoavyk, and others. later. the meantime, all who de- sire toiregfister anil can do so, should call at the _ consulate- .jenera ____ __ i ORDINATION SERVICE AT YOUNG CHURCH Treason's Twilight Zone Aid and comfort to our German enemy assume a peculiarly insidious and subtle form, _as we are warned by leading papers in various parts- of the country, by the attempts certain journals to confuse the minds of the-peoplem States about its motives m the and to implant seeds of "suspicion and distrust concerning; the Allies of the United States. j Of this subject the Chicago Herald very clearly and strongly fjs, ''It's for the ham-stringers that are lurMng in the tall grass and.the sabotages who are monkey-wrenches into the war machinery, to shut off and up or look for unpleasant conse- quences." In THE LITERABT DIGEST for June 9th, the leading article discusses from aU angles this new kind of German propaganda which the St. Louis TPbst-Dispatch much in the German-language press, as in certain English-language newspapers in German communities. This is only one article among many which will be of unusual interest to the Canadian reading public. Other topics arer Canada to Adopt the Draft Public Opinion in Canada on the Subject as Reflected in the Canadian Press Our Prospect of "Bonds or Bondage' The U.S. "Wooden Fleet" Shrinks U.S. on the Battle-Front War and the Dope Habit Making Over Old Bails An Art Exhibition with-a "Punch" Martyring a Newspaper A Plea for the Small Church Sermons the Trench-Fighters Want Censoring the Press How Germany Helps "Pan-America" American Commission to Russia The Return of the Wooden Merchant Ship New Uses for Old Steeping Can A Dramatic Masterpiece u a Mile-Stone Salvationist "Soldiers of the Soil" The Friends Unfriendly to Slackers An Exceedingly Interesting Collection of Illustrations A Mental Tonic That Ensures Breadth of Vision Love, as the jnjldlngr principle of the minstry was emphasized in the sermon preached by Rev. A. E- Smith president of the Manitoba Methodist conference, in the ordination ser- vice in Young church yesterday morning. Mr. Smith out that the minister was the realization of the church and he Illustrated his remarks toy reference to the career of the Apostle Paul., At the conclusion of the regular sermon four candidates for'the'min- istry were ordained, the men being: Frank' Robin- son, Alfred Pollard and J: J. Stewart. Tbe chairman.-of the. different dis- tricts assisted in the ceremony. In an impressive sermon SJr.j Smith pointed out that .-Paul's great" con- tribution to Christianity-was "the ex- ploitation of what meaiVTto tho earth to have a ministry ot love constituted." biblical; greatest of these was' was Even bhe best and most broad-minded of us, if we live constantly in. one place, meet the same people, and pursue the same round of daily duties and, plea- sures, are apt to become to mi88 the wide sweep of tfe winds of thought and progress that.blo.w about the earth. Thus situated, we need', some mental tonic, some invigorating stimulus from without to brinst us into harmony with the onward march of events And such a tonic, such a vitalizing stimulus every one of us may obtain ia THE LITEEAEY DIGEST, which clarifies newB-impressiflnB, cor- rects one's world perspective, and gradually develops in one's mind a sane philosophy of current history. 16 gives of countries on all subjects, impartially and indulges in no per- sonal preachments; "Clean, sane7 and clear-visioned, it puts you in weekly touch with, the throbbing life of the world.l Make trial of it today. June 9th Number-on Sale NEWS-DEALERS The may now obtain copies of "The literary Digest" from our local agent in their town, or where there to no agent, direct from'the publishers. literary Digest J O J FUNK WAGNALLS .COMPANY NEW Standard, Dicti ;