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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY AlT.l'ST i'HK LKTHBKlLHili HKKAL15 HELPLESS WITH CAHAGlSIElSDFliOH! Slake Conference Decides Fight i' Church Dedicated (From Our Own Correspondent) i RAYMOND, Aug. clarion call ,tor aggressive action agalust Ihe.cig- and otter evils of.ttu> day was i Bounded. M lisa regular quarterly f'fcrence of tlie Taylor stake of the. i Church of Jesus Christ of lAUvJay ISaluts held horo Saturday an-l Suu- la the cev tabernacle dedicated tha Sunday afiernoou service by to'as superintendent but lie has new counsellors. Jehu 11. (irecu and -Mer- llu fitced, bolli oi helhliridge. An iutcrcstliig servlcs the M.I A. was held Sunday evening closiug ibe contcreuce. Among Ibo speakers WHS 0. principal of tte lUy- mond agricultural school. Mr. lucidly eiplatueil tho objects and j scollect tie agricultural educational! policy of the provincial government. 1 Ha said 'hit the schools of agricul- ture wen) designed to help the farm boy and girl lu their actual activities on the farm. to the boys jpi. uio auuuay aueraoon service uy aiiu- gitis to finish high school it [Apostle'Melvlug J. Baltard, who possible. "The Knight Academy aud (the- accredited representative oi the j the School bt Agriculture serve two different fields, and'we are goint; to work hnu't ip hand in this commun- ity. We do not want high school stud- ents unless they hare'graduated. We urge them to continue in the high j school and then when they fioish we'll welcome them? We will, however, wel- come boys and sirls, men and woxeii, everybody who wanta a good, thor: {general authorities ot the church at ISalt Lake. Tho conference this year was some- what of a deviation from the usual o'rder. -In connection with it (Lore .were held six conventions of the auitl- iary organizations of the church. These group conventions are an inno- vation and proved to be highly suc- cessful here. Vital problems lii the I different associations wore discussed, I the outstanding nail being for a more highly-trained leadership In religion. Ut waa averred that quality rather 'than leaders is desirable. Dedicate New Church -At the Sunday afternoon service Ilia .new church edifice, remodelled from tlie old Raymond wanl chapel at an expenditure ol somo 512.000, was ImnreEBlveJy dedicated by the visiting church leader. It wijj, be utilised for conference assemblies and other Jioses designated by the stake presi: dehey. Following the dedicatory pray- er the choir and congregation 'sung Hinder the leadership of C. B. Strong, choirmaster, "The' Hossana Sterheus.-.The larsc auditorium, which provides seating space Tor 1400 V'as taieu to Its capacity with people from all parts of Southern Alberta. A. reorganization of two aiLriliary was effected Sunday af- ternoon and the names presented and approved by the conference. Mrs. H.' S, Allen was released from the presi- dency of the Primary aud Mrs. Arthur Dahl called to that position with Mrs Andicw Walton and Mrs. Marl: H JJriiuhall as her counsellors. The Slnko Sunday School was also reorganized with headquarters placed at'Loth- bridge. 0. F. Ursenbach, was retained rfurjli, hailc is or' domestic said Mr. Longman. .Oother speakers were" Miss Conuel- ly.and Mrs. Bricson, of Salt Lake, Fres. Palmer of tho Knight Academy. aud Apostle Elallard. This session was he concluding ona of the conference. Be Fiuit Medicine R. R. Xo. 1. LOEKE, Oirr. "For over three years, I was confined to bed with I treated with doctors, and tried nearly ercrythinj without benefit. Finally, I tried ficfore I had used half a box I saw improvement; the pain was easier and the swelling started to go down I coaiiuued taking this fruit me- dicine, improving all tho lime, aud noir lean valk about tno miles and do light chores about tho place'1. ALEXAXBKK MUXRO. 50c. a box, 6for Irialslte25o. dealers or sent .postpaid bj Fniit-a-lives Limited. OUuvi. TABOO IN CHURCH LONDON, Aug. Canadian campaign against Jiaphon- ous dress among women church-goers is being contfucEeci_by high church dig- natarlea in England, and it under- stood that the question women's attire may be taken up short- ly by 2 big church association. Monsignor. Jackman, of Westmins- ter that .aorno attend places of worship in clothes which are not ia accord with Christian principles. No'.rule about wedding dress is laid down, however, the mat- ter being entirely one for the taste of brides, he" said. 'The campaign is also being strong- ly waged in France, and Belgium by the clergy in those countries, and sev eral high dignatarles of the church have spofcen strongly on the subject Notices are posted at the doors of many French, churches to the eifecl that-women who wish to enter mus1 be decently clothed. i; D u the erfakfttlhg, (ligwtJve-Wptngafe notr. PamcuUHy true, when the Coffee SEAL BRAND upland-grown CoSee) mellow, nourishing, blended: and In ft, l and 2-lb.Tini, hermetically sealed.' Whole, ground, or FINE-ground (foe1 Tricolatora ot the eing pnghed in all these countries. Hesidcs these, countries, tests have. been made, are being under .a ken, in Australia, where the I oca jovernmeat is co-operating with, the 3ritiah gorerninent; Tasmania, New Newfoundland, Jamaica, Bar Dadoes, British Honduras, Nigeria (Africa Somaliland and In ilicationa of oil-and gas have been en Never a com on millions of nowadays Do you know that millions of people use Blue-jay keep entirely free from corns? If acorn appears itis ended by n touch. A Blue-jay plasler or a drop of liquid Blue-jay is applied.- The corn pain stops. Soon the whole corn'loosena and coroes out. ThemclhodisBcientific. I.tisgentlc.easy, sure. Old-time harsh treatments are sup- planted by it with eve ryone who kn owe it. which every phyaician respects. It is now applied to some 20 million cpms a. year. You can see that com troubles are fast disappearing. Then why pare corns and keep them? r WhyusemetKod'swKichareout-df-date? Try this new-day method. See what it does to one com. You will never forget its quick and gentle action. Your drug, gist sells Blue-jay.' Blu'e-jay Plaster or Liquid The Scientific Corn Ender BAUER BLACK, limited Chicago'. Toronto New oj Stails Atted Praducu TO UNCOVER ANCIENT TAHITI TEMPLES PAPEETE, Tahiti, July (By The ancient lore ol Tahiti U to be rcsurnsncil of been obtained up to present. In the islands of Cyprus and Malta, iu-tho.Siertiterraneani are being tested, arid favorable geological conditions seems to justify the test- Ing of large areas in-Mesopolamia.-'ad- joinfng the Persian fields, according to Sir John. Although no .important- production has bceii obtained in England, several tests have been made, one of which proved to bo a producer yielding about 10 barrelS'a day. Furtbefr tests will nude. the temples of ihr- -South Pacific Is- landers, ordciotl' rl'-stroyed a century o gather the reacs oT a'forgctltsn hip are being vigorously prosecuted are. Interest centres upon the great cent- ral temple of Marae at. Atehuru, on TahlUJsland, where human sacrifices vere oCered to the bloodthirsty god war, "Oro." were the wishes of the missionaries carried out I hat nothing remains save} traces oi Ihe foundations "of tins "extensire Lemple. EicavatSons are expected'to bring some interesting objects, which, it fs hoped, will reveal the pur- poses and uses of this ancient struc- ture, j The Better Butter Scotch THE MAINLAND' VANCOUUCR.B.C. Wherever Good Candy Is Sold niation of tlie jncssag'e intcndeil by McCall 'Plane and Big Card of the author, Tho ladies' trio, "O Hless- ed was sung with. ex- ceeding sweetness, v.'liile the graml final chorus, "Tlio Husannsi brought tho cantata, to a satisfactory j close. Ot the soloist, Mr. Ira Athletic Events and Rac- ing the Features (Special Correspondence.) I.OMO.ND. Aug, most sue iay- Ce3srul of. the town AGREE IN ONE OBJECT ATTACK GREAT BRITAIN strong movement de- signed to create a largft, Mohammedan state in trans-Caucasia, extending from the Caspian sea to Krzerum, has lieen started recently according to word received here., it f.i tiesigried to make tV.e new state ;i, o; Turkey. A purely natioiinl i1pa-Is to be behind this aud w'.rch has nothing -witri TCcortliug to reports, eicepttiis dhllLe for :bt allies. It Is said Lenine, the Russian preni- ier. and Mustapba Kernel. 'Turkish Nationalist leader, both hare the same attack Great Brit- ain, lint "while Kemal cannot admit' Moscow's supremacy over Armenia; ami ine Mahorcmirdan Caucasus, .Le- nitip docs not wisii to' see of a large TurkiHh sf.ato in the us. Consequently, thoufh alllei, the tw-j' loaders arn really rivals. James Kobibsbn, aged seventy, fatally injured by being struck by train near Ingersoll'. "Thank you for the raise, car has run better and colt Ic53 these last three months. During that time I've used Imperial Polarine and Imperial Premier Gasoline exclusively. We've had no break-downs, the engine runs quieter than ever Mid the gaso- line bills are not to tenor, It must be said that ho display- fair in the history ot the tow: od .1'thorough understanding of. ilio i wils lual Saturday, July 31s work, that he seemed to tho 1 ?'000 crowded the wish tf the kithoi- in the interpreti- nearly nil day. anil everyone tion. of the various arias. He nns a rich lenar voico, his enunciation was perfect, and the general style of his work-stamps him as one of the com- ing vocalists of the south country. Tho cantata was a personal triumph for Mr. William C. Stone, the conductor. Mr. Stone, as a result of the splendid work slimvii in "Tho Vision" has firm- ly established himself in the esteem and admiration of the public as a di- rector and producer. Xor must the organist, N. Ixirenzo Mitchell, be over- looked. Together, Mr. Stone and lie have worked tirelessly to prepare the cantata, and its success is large- y due the thorough and efficient work of Mr. Mitchell at the organ. HEAVY SHOWER AT 'PEC, WINNIPEG, very heavy shower fell over Winnipeg: this after- noon accompanied by some hull. If the rain Is at all general It will prove a great benefit to the crops. Real-Fruit Desserts The Rarest Soil The only gelatine dessert which has fruit-juice flavors scaled in glass is Jil7y-jcll. No artificial flavor can lake the place of Truit. For Jiffy-Jell the fruit is crusFicd, condensed and scaled in vials. A bottle of this liquid essence corncs-in the pack- age. And sugar is sac- sweeten Jjffy-Jcll. Jiffy-Jell comes io ten flavors. Try loganberry and pineapple for desserts, Try lime-fruit flavor for tart salad jell. Try mint for re- freshing mint jell. Bcemed to enjoy themselves. The were exceptionally good, and llin attractions all that could be desired. Of course the main feature was Capt. McCall and his aero- plane, which was kept busy taking passengers for a flight-through the air. The booths .did a big business in dispensing drinks, fruit, etc, as the day- was very fine and warm. Tlio horse raced, foot' -am! -jiovOiLy races were very good. Naturally the committee and board of. directors are very much pleased wilh the almost unexpected success of the fair, and all expressed themselves as well sat- isfied that the Lomond fair should be- come an 'annual event. Sinn Feiners Now Having Troubles Among Themselves Aug. Lynch, Sinn Keln member of tlie House ot Commons for the Southeast division of (.'ork and Food Controller of tho Republican government who went to the United Slates some months ago, is {reported to have resigned as member of the Republican parliament on tlie ground of 'difforeuccs "of opinion tvvten President Valera and lead- ers of the Irish party in the United Stales. Mr. Lynch has sent a long ex- planatory letter to tho speaker of tho Republican It Is predicted In Irish political cir- cles that his resignation will to importarjt 'developments In tho Sinn Fein ranks. De Valera Disappears YORK. Aug. IV} "president of Iho Irish Repub- lic" who was thought Saturday to have been planning to sail on the Bal tic with Archbishop Mannlx and run tho British, has left Ms here without giving a forwarding ad dress. Von ate not ex ji eflmcru- ing h o n you use th.uc'a Olnl- CCZEMA I ment for flno. Skin Jrrita- lloni. It relieves At oneo Mill grafllt- Mr hials Iti6 fkin. Sample box Dr. Chnic.'s K yon mention tTih And II.T postage, ax. :i box; nil dealers or Bales Cff., Mmltnl. Totunts. NORTH BATTLEFORD DROWNING SASKATOON, Aug. K. Ar tinier, 20, nltenrlant at the mental hos- pital 8t North Baltleford, was drown- ed whilo bathing In the rlrer there yes- terday. Ills relatives lire In fxmdon, Kr.gland. 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Ask- to sec the Imperial Polarine Chart of Recommenda- tions when you buy oil. .ft shows the graded you should buy, IMPERIAL.POLARINE IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVY IMPERIAL POLARINE A (Uihl h A SPECIALLY TO YOUR MOTOR IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED Heat Light- ;