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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It MONDAY, APRIL, 21, 191'J LETHBKIDGE, ALBF.RTA. PAGE SEVEN Men Who Have Setn sentence in liia address, lliat con- Have Ix-amcd I.essuos Which Make 'Them Better Big Thrift Drive Starts Tomorrow Lethbridge Set New Canadian Record vent'.' bul future aud lu God, was sufficient to prove this. "Cod of our fathers, known of old, Clustering some oue hundrej strong ot our far-flung battle-line. Lord tho vetc-ratis on Sunday evening, par-, 0[ be with us yet, Lest we Bded in front of Ibelr club aud. under i we forget." was Ino hymn liie command of Captain Leech, march- j by the choir, and, Jlke tho cd aloag First Avenue, thence alone j diapason of the One organ in the J'lflh Street and Fourth Avenue lo the strain rang through the church. The parade was headed liy the city baud under the leadership of Mr. Harper. 11 was the Easier an- niversary which was observed by the returned men as au annual function. The Ecrvu-e In Knox church was in keeping with the occasion. The key- note was not lost sight of in the set- imsjortancc of ,rlght living and right ling of ihe hymns, aud the khaki clad thinking. False religion and fake preacher with his straightforward ail- philosophy had produced destruction dress to the men gave an Inspiring j on the earth. He called on tbe people touch io an inspiring occasion. It uas a man speaking to men. H was not 1ho minister. II ivaa not the preach- er. H was the padre, the man who had shared the experiences of tho men at people wavering between idolatry and the front, who had his o-.vn view point j the ivorsliln of Jehovah the prophet ap- uljered and broadened, who eouM un- f pealed for the manliness that springs uerstanu and sympathize with Ihe men from Eerlous thinking. There are men who had fought. The grey-haired like brutea. coarse in moral fibre. This khaki figuro was a true type ot tie ivas instanced by what was told him church militant. everything that a wounded officer 'of the SOlh bat- savored of dogma and cedes- tallon who stooping to attend lo padre's address. jiel. Ciiptain Denoou look as his leil tne gln verse of the -ICUi chapter D[ ]Eaiah. "Hemember this and show yourselves men." The prophet, he said. In those days, ]ust as the pat- riots of the present day, realized the Everything is in readiness to recruit In Lethbridge one of the largest thrift armies of any city In Canada. The Pledge Card Committee will meet this afternoon and when Sergt. Glttus will tomorrow luey will start active opera- lions. The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter ot the I. O. D. B. have signified their willingness lo look after one of the hoolhs which will be placed on the street, and it is honed the other dif- ferent women's organizations will alto lend their aid. It is the inlentlon of the commute? to open Ihe booths ou Thursday at 11 a.m. anil continue untli Saturday. Boy ScouU To Help I.ethbrldge hss generously support- Cuum McMillan, Commissioner of every other patriotic service, and the Boy has offered the of tbe boys, and they will see thai everr boose In Lotbbrldge sup- Premier Stewart Going To Ottawa Where he Will Clear Irrigation Project Problems Taat Premier Stewart is leaving for the various projects, acd 'uo will mark plied wltk a Thrltt Card, explanatory (older and ihort letter which will give lie people an insight into the Saving: Stamp Plan. In ol the drive this week, Sergt. Mid it was entirely ed- ucational and there would be nothing leneatlonal about it. The merchants ol tie towu will be asked to display different adrertislnB cards In their wludowi to thai the Stamp Plan will brought before the public as much as potiibje. the gentlemen who donated the thrift stamps lo each child In the schools have paved, the way for the great thrift army ot children. Set a Record The people of Lethbridge will he glad to know lhat Ihelr city is the first (o start each child oft with a Ihrifl stamp. This was the slatement made to the Herald by Sergt. Gitlus who is very proud thut such a record has been established in the district In which ia organizer. Sergt. Gitlus Is communicating the report to Ottaw; Immediately and Lethbridge Is bouac lo receive a greal deal of favorable publicity as a result. E not to delude themselves with false notions that It dli not matter whether men were Isolators or not. Genuini: religion was vital to the nation. To A Representative Commission With John T. Stirling as Chairman is Appointed iastieistn vanished in the conception of things as they are seen and gone through in Ms sojourn nt the front. Tbe government, bavins in view Ihe importance cf the coal industry to the German was shot by the man. operators, miners, the consuming pub- he was succoring, the moment he turu- cd bis back on him. INCREASE IN TRAIN SERVICE Effective April 21st Trains G32 and CGG Calgary to Ilassano via IrrliMna, Monday only aiid 6G7 and 635'Bas- sano to Calgary viii Irrlcana, Tuesday will run as (fol- lows: Alon. and Tues. and Thursday Friday 1.15 a.m. Ijv Calgary Ar 7.15 p.m. 7.00 p.m. Ar S.OO a.m. i .Lomontl Tuesday .only, anrt 664 Lomond to Suffletil, Wednesday only, wJJl run as follows; Toes, and Wed. and Friday Saturday 3.10 a.m. LT SuHisld Ar-1.30 p.m. 6.30 p.m. Ar Lomond Lv 7.30 a.m. Train 642 Lcthhride'c to Many: berries, Tuesday -only, -and 641 Manyberrlea io Lelhbridge, Wed- nesday only, win run as follows; ,Tues, anil Wed. and Friday Saturday 7.50 a.m. Lv Lelhb'ge Ar G.20 p.m. 7.15 p.m Ar Manyb's S.45 a.m. For lurUicr parUculors apply: MR. J. GORDON, Ticket Agent, Phone 612 In these days ol rcconslructlon there is need of strong hearts not to be led away by the lust or spoils of office, ot men ivfco would rot be afraid to stand before demagogues and to condemn what was vrrong. He appealed to manliness in that he saw before him men who have shown th'eniselvcs men in the splendid manner they had de- clared-and manifested the spirit that prompted them lo do what they have done. Easter was'a juyou's time of the church with Its message of ity, -The men who'bad'been to the front had the greatest belief in immor- tality. No philosophy'couidljrob them of what they liad learnt to'lcnow. The holding of thetr anniversary in the month of April was.a Jiappy thought, In that with U was associated the j Ypres salient and Vimy. Ridge. j rDiiring their'years or aerrice, Mr. Denooii, with their wide exper- ience, and In strange places, they had seen the results of false philosophy. at Germany and there you wiU see whether it makes a difference what a man or a nation believes. They had witnessed what had been wrought by, men who believed In German Kultur lie and the province, have decided to have a commission appointed, with wide powers, lo Investigate the ques- tion in all its bearings. Mr. Joan T. Stirling, provincial specter of mines, lias .been elected as chairman, and the following are being asked to appoint representatives: Tho Unted Mine Workers, one mem- ber; the Western Coal Operators As- sociation, one member; the Alberta Federation of Labor, one member other than a miner; the Industrial Research Association, one member other than a mine operator. The Commission, upon organization, vrllt immediately proceed with its work, and will present its report to the Government with as littte delay as possible. CASE WITHDRAWN Tbe charge against w. Whittaker, C.P.R. inspector, of destroying a cer- tain document produced as an exhibit In the Oacnler liquor case, has withdrawn. Tho document In ques- tion was a letttT written by the In- spector which ivas ordered relum- ed from the files in the court and de- stroyed by the defendant 'In that he considered that it had ?erred its purpose and would not be further re- quired. The letter was asked for by 'MxCormack in the notorious Taber- CoaWale liquor case, and the sub se- quent proceedings instituted in re gard to the same. REV. FAREWEUIOHIS life worth fighting for. Henceforth they will sec deeper into the heart of God. They may have changed their conventional view of religion but they believed In God and in Immortality, They should remember to make their experiences color their future 'lire, re- member in their new duties to be men worthy of Ihe country they have suffer- ed for, and see to it that no act cf and In the gospel .of- frightful ness, theirs will reflect on Canada. "Show yourselves worthy of Ihe boys who have fallen. They have laid down their lives for ideals. Lei these, be I Hearts bleed over 'what has been done 1 in France and 'Belgium by .false phil- josophy. veterans had learnt what could' 1 he done hy co operation, comradeship, j brotherhood, competent leader- I ship. They had learnt the value of' courageous living and the principle of j sacrifice, They had Tound out that there were some things dearer than1 HERE IT IS G. W. V. A. ORCHESTRA KIVE PHONE 372 OPEN FOR DANCE ENGAGEMENTS OUR MOTTO: GOOD MUSIC, AND LOTS OF IT. PUBLIC MEETING Under Auspices FEDERATED LABOR PARTY -Will be held in Ihe MINERS' HALL North THURS. Eve. Next At 7.30 cfcy Time Several prominent ipeaken will addrets-the F. A. ROGERS New and Second-Hand Furniture, and Ranges Bought and sold fit any quantity. We alio carry a iine of Trunks, odd linca of merchandise. Boys' Coasters, and Velocipedes with rubber tires; also carry all kinds of hardware, hive a Will Pay You. Phone 13th St, North Blue Line) There tras a Urge congregatoin at St. Mary's church last evening, when he Rtv. A. E. Snow, who Is leaving he parish preached his are-well He look for hit text he llth Tsrse of tbe 13lh chapter of St. Epirtle the Corinthians: 'Finally, Brethfta, farewell. Be of the mind, peace, and the God ore and ytfll be with you." He- rt Sia'd, 'a1 rhare! break o the parish, and hoped the membwB ol would give all .be support posnibte to his successor. The new rector will be1 the Rev. Mr. Rinper, and is expected to be here taie the' Sunday next. Mr. Ripper is coming out from Eng-j and is a veteran of the' great" war, being an cl'tfccr !In the Imperial army. He was'wounded and retired wfUi a pension about IS months ago. enshrined in your lives and become actualities." In this connection they should remember the lines, "H Ton break faith we shall not sleep, though poppies grow in Flanders field." In CGuolHEum the padre urged .the men in civil life to continue to fight for llberly, Iruth, Justice and righteous ness. "I greatly you If you will sland for Bolshevism, dis- solution, and dislocation. 'Show your- selves worthy of God who gave you the victory. I do not fear for future. You will stand for a'l lhat right. Nothing Is too good rtr you. You deserve tho best there Is. 1 be- lieve that every returned soldier muit he :.vorthy of the principles his com- iell for. You should be light and leading, of fallh and not fac- tion. Be men haying of men following the Great Leader Jesus Christ.11 HARD COAL TO BE 12.50 HIGHER IN ONTARIO WINDSOR, Ont., April Tn a commnnlcatkm to the locat fuel controller, provincial assistant fuel administrator, U fi. Cousins, expresses the opin- ion that anthracite coal will c6sl a ton more (Me. year than it did last. Apathy on tfia part of the public In not laying in its supply now blamed for this condition. Ottawa immedtaiely, where, among other things, he will take up with the government the matter of irrigation projects in southern Alber- ta is Indicated in the following ex- change of letters between, tho premier and Chairman U. R. Marnorh of the Irrigation Development Association. At tho present time there Is some dif- ference of opinion between (he two goverurnents to where the responsi- bility til each begins and ends, and it is hoped Premier Stewart's Interview the more important Items and maps. I Ceel sure that personal contact, with some patience and understanding on each side, between yourself and lion. Mr. Melghcn, will at least bring about such an understanding as will permit the surveys to go forward im- mediately. Mr. Uuchanan. who has been follow- ing the whole of the proceedings very closely, will, 1 am sure, be glad to do anything tie can to help to make your mission a with Han. Arthur Melghen, minister! There is no abatement-in the gen> of the Interior, will settle this dlffi- eral public interest in these matters, culty so that the I. D. will know just where to look for guidance In each step to .be lalten fn erecting the Irri- gation districts, issuing bonds and planning construction. Tho letters fol- low: To Chairman Marnoch The meeting of the delegates ot the union of civic employees and the commissioners, which was to have been helJ this morninf, has been put. ott till 10 a.m. tomorrow, as the coun- cil not all the necessary data ready. Jimmy Glovanzzo and John Nasa- dick were committed yesterday at Citelph tor trial at the AISJECH on the charge of murdering Alex. Dutkl. Fximonton. 1G, 1919. Dear Sir: I am In receipt of your letter, of April Hth. 1 am planning to go to Ottawa at; the earliest poscible moment after the: adjournment of the session. Yours very j (Signed) CHAfi. STEWART. To Premier Stewart Lelhbrldge, April 21, 1310. Dear Sir: I am very pleased to learn froni your letter of the 16th that you will bo going to Ottawa Immediately. -As you have been so busy recently, I hare had prepared for you the news- paper reports, etc., which I think you may wish to look through on your way down. I am aUo asking Mr. p. H. Peters, commissioner of irrigation, to send you copies ot the reports referring to and the outcome of your visit will awaited with considerable anxiety. We feel that we are on the verge ot si very great and beneficial develop- ment, and ATG hope tltat ways and means may be arrived at so that all the plans may speedily be acconw pltshetl. Yours verv trulv, (Signed) G. K. MARNOCH. Chairmau, REAL ESTATE MEN Who -Are Members of the Board Tracfc Are In On Thla. of In connection with the policy of Bruce Walker, Commissioner of Immi- gration of forming provincial associa- tions of real estate men who deal in farm lands, for the purpose of dealing with settlers in Ihe interest ot immi- gration, a wire was received by the Board ol Trade here asking for the names of tbe same in the city. Mr. Bruce Walker is at present at Edmon- ton meeting the real estate men there. The Board of Trade ia forwarding the names of all real estate men who hare paid their membership fees. Get The Wr Savings wmm Will Come up in Calgary on Tax Questions Oily solicitor Ball is leaving (or (wr to be present at tbe appeal of Mrs, Bllurd. which it to be beard tomorrow. This ii an appeal from tbe declilon of His Honor Judge Jackson in the test case >a to right ot the dtr to collect rents iron propertr which came into its handi u the re- mit of the In aalo before the saae Is redeemed, and whether the commis- sioners are bound lo account tor, the rents If property redeemed. Tbe decision of Judge .faction was that the city had the saW rijhti. N1EW GARAGE We have openfitl a garage, ecjulpped and in charge of mechan- ics that' will ensure in all kinds ol (into repair AUTO LIVERY (n connection, with comfortable cars and prompt service. The United Taxi Service There Is A Reason! Money saved today will Have more purchasing power in five years.' War Savings Stamps pay per cent interest compounded half yearly. The true secret of success is Thrift. I 'if When you buy War Savings Stamps you contribute toward a double vic- for yourself and one for the Nation. There is no safer security in the world. nClRCHCHi A Iftrgo and tboroochly awMence assembled In the United; church on Good Friday eTenlng lo joj numHIcmt rendition of the tiered canlala entitled by Ule United church stnlor diolr. The solo parti were extremely well mil tho choruses were partlcu larlf fine In their- (treat cre4H it due lo V. JttkMQ, the painstaking and (or the (raining, and the nnmer- expreolons of tbaaki tendered her by members ot thi audience' irero ample evlilcnoe that her efforts are appreciated.. The connecting readings and a reci- tation by Mrs, W. f. King were ivoll rendered, Ottlund'a recitation wte Indeed a (real and veil merited the applause It received, aa did alra the by Verna Crny anil Miss Alice Roas. The slnglnt of Ihe National Anthem brought (o a close a very enjoyable etenlat, MTAIHR8 TOMOMOW Retail are reminded of ,'.to U held tomorrow, at Alberta Cafe, Vwd al( urged lo War Savings Stamps Cost ThriftStamps 25 cents Sold at all Banks. Post Offices, and the following Stores: R. W. Wallace, The Arcade.. 5th St. R. A. Wright, JeweDer Alexandra Hotel, Cigar St. Hardware 5th St. Robertson Book Store ......5th St. Lethbridge Hotel Cigar Store.5th'St. Allin............5th St. Higinbotham Co.........5th St. St. Commercial Cafe..........5th St. DeUnyi Meat Market.......5th St. George Kerr Co.........5th St. Hedfcy Drug Co...........5th St. ...5th St. Armstrong Raworth jeweller, ,5th E. A. Ewart, Jeweller......5th St. The Good Co. 5th St. Perry Reid.........320 5th St. White Lunch St. The Simpson Co......-----4th H.A St. Clarke Co. ...........3rd Aw. Email Franks ........3rd kit. Metropolitan Life Assurance Co. Sherlock Block ;