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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TKX THE LETHHKJUGE Warner Scene of Church Convention Gathering of the Evangelical As- sociation Held'There For Four Buys BORN DURING AIR i ENJOYS FLIGHT AT LOMOND ___' I The Ministerial and Christian i Workers' convention, of tut; Evanseli-1 association iu Alberia was hold- In Warner. Alia.; July 30 to Ausost 2. 1920. T. H. Wagiier c( Uesiiia.l task., superintendent of the work, hud tluirae daring "the t-oavention. Y. J. liiiiich of Kitchener. Oni.. was the principal speaker. Ilis snti- jects were connected with the For- vard Movement. The linant-ia! objoc- tire is important and is beihs rsicli- But tlial which as- mpst irapoU- inv are the spiritual values and for- i ces. Prayer, evangelism, ini.-isious hod service are import- ant. What we need is uot stereo- lype'd effort Innconsecrated service In a vital place, la tha Sunday morn-1 S-..service lie described the malady of sin and its remedy, n-hich is found the redemptive work of Christ. !u tho evening -j stirring aplieal was j to choose- whom'men will serve. H will.not be without results. His Eddress on the place of ihe Suiulay Bchool in missions made cltai tbat it was in the forefront. Ottier messages brought to 111? con- ration were: "The Suii'lay School Teacher's Problems." by Her. I Kiukb CALGARY, Au3- air flight for a very novel reason was _ given to n three-yeir-old child at Lomond, on Thursday afternoon, when Captain Frtddic McCall was asked to up the '.little daujh- ter of Jimmy McQueen, of Is- croEse fame, who is i at present postmaster of the above town. The. littte girl .was born'in' .London, England, during an rfr raid three years ago. and its mother was de- sirous '.hat it should "BO up" at its first opportunity: when Captain McCall landed at tTcmbnd Mr. and Mrs. McQueen were the first to apprccch him for a pass- erntr flight. The little s'rl sat on'its mother's krtee and' seemed to enjoy the flight immensely, said Captain McCall. i row ui'iwars to have- been somo 'murks made by tue foreigner fouccru-j iiuk' the wijj ot one of the others, anu i inter ilio bcntiiig the assailants iaiina- iliau-ly reported themselves.- to the i i-hief The case will come ui> shortly. The football lett hore Satur- iday afteriioon to play the Calties at 1 I.ethbrldge, and up to a late, hour J uc'ii (lay had uol returned either with lor without too Galilei scalps. Tho Tuber Farmers Getting 30 to 35 j game, lioivever, cudcd in a draw. VI. A. B. Cook and tamll> are vlsitius Bushels Supply Falls relatives here for a lev coiue up from A. S. PenniV.ii, "So- cial Service Wort; in .the West'and Our lielalion to Rev.''A. Cle- mens, DIdBhury, Alta. He Denies Charge Nickel Go. Named Cabinet Members TOIIOXTO, Aug. 10.-Hon. G. H Ferguson .yestiirday declared that thi that the International Xlcke Hanr.a Alta.-, -'Approved i Compam. Mewee the appoint of- CuudilL-tlilK a Sunday clvl by r.ov. J. Bender. Uids- bury; "Evangelism Aiaoug Cbihiren iind Young I'eoplc." by Rev. J. E. Bmv_ Leader.. Sask.; -rho Minister _ .rnd Community Problems." by servants ynd senator? was lie. and added that ho was ready l> deny H before the Riddell-Lnlchfon conimillee. Attorncy-Generd! 1 Troni Our Orrn' Correspondent) 1 .TAHEK. Aug. Chautauvu tents have arrived, and tho residents ure iii lor auotlier bis week. Tho pro- perty man has not appeared jet. but the will ixi up liy Monday night. Slisf. liruce already on the scene, juud assisted by. the guarantors, has ieen forwarding matters for the op- 'ning ol ihe Chautauqua. Miss EUren- :on. u-ho was here last year iu charge, vill be la LctliTjridse thfs year. Tbe irogram according to the superinteiitl- iiit i? one whicii .will be specially at- raciivo to all comerVi Although sonic of the speakers are unknown to many n this country, they have been at- trading large audiences, and ticir advent on the Cluutsuciui stage has cre.-UeJ a'sensation. The program :hi> year includes, some new items I which are a departure from what isj usually expected, cuch as the Keighloyj York players, and the Fiske jubilee singers. Cbautauqua lltera-j ture has been, in Uie hands of. tha liublio now for several" days, in order tlint they may .be fully apprised of v.-hiit is coming, but the Chnutaumia cilii-liui it may be said, promise a nro- giani up to tho advance notices aad belter. tiiresbiag .in the district is A party from Warner was here ovei the having look at tlio In.the district. A meeting to organize'tor lhe reteT exidunx campaign, was held on Frlda.v vveiiliig. and a nohiicatiug committee EXCESSIVE is at the bottom of most digestive ills. Hi for indigestion afford pleas- ing and prompt relief from the distress oILacid-dyspepsia. MADE BY-SCOTT S BOWSE, MAKKTS SCOTTS EMULSION I also stated that'he h'ai! heard nothin of the charge as also did bis predi. i cessor, Hon. B. Lucas. Tbs{ fornw I added that the matter was under con- sideration by'the government. leraH Enterprise Much Appreciated (From Our Own ConesrK'inlenU RAYMOND, Aus- ap irecia'ion and admiration U Limit's cs- iressed loday oa tho "scoop" s-ecureil ly tho Herald pu tha Bsllevue gun ght- The flrsi details were contain- ed, in tho regular edition of the lU-ralil 011 Saturday night, and an hour Ister papers-wore In the hands of the crowds Ties-: "were .dlsiwtchod appointed. H. S. Bxigxiall fas present at the organizer 1ES south Ly auto. Uul the imtevrrUe ofi ihe Herald is also being commented I on lu Ihe maUor of Hie local fair. -iiv iiiorniug 11 full siox-y of the ex- DA1N QUENCHES BUSH FIRE Seven ixieu., .ire. sentenced to PKliVko'on Oclober 13. This WftSs'iip: Bang which is si'kl to iuive Lec-n tlie "worst gang of murderers iniii hold-up men in the bjstoi-y ui Clm-ago." WINNIPEG, AUK. and a change lu ttis dirccltou of the tho crops and properly o( district, 35 d by hi'.s b.eeu today Indicated that the-'danger was over. S. Ales. the Capital Life si Cornwall. Ont., was.instantly k Glen .So cd Into by a I automobile iu freight train. PICNIC AT TYRELL'S LAKE Annual Sunday scliool iHcnic on j Thursday, August )2th at tho east end of Tyrell's-Lake .about one mile south ol'Tyrell's Lake school house. Sports beginning about three o'cjock. also after supper. All members of the. Sunday school "and thetr friends are invited. Bring your baskets weil filled, your, hearts running over with Christian fellowship and good cheer, and'enjoy afternoon, the. supper ami the evening with Quaker Brand Strawberry eye-opener, according lo the returns from tiie machines. Rye thai was es- timated at twenty-five. Is turning out thirty 10 thiriyttive bushels to acie. Several leads have already been delivered to the local elevators, and teams were vvaiting to unload at Ihe el valors Saturday, night. The grain j will now he coming to the railway i in a steady stream. Binders are leaving town every day. and there is great activity in all. lines of harvest- ing machinery and supplies. A party of twenty-tvro men with a couple of Calgary men in charge, ar rived in town Saturday morniug by the In the Macleod League Observes Anniversary (Prrtin Own NiACLKOD, Aug. 8 August Sth, was the fourth inalvsrsarj- of the Chinese National Lfjq'i-j m Marten! urge number dt-legatej from Call- Lethliridge. Nelson. f'inchor and other points a-.tendcd. Mai Hong, the president, welcomed the white friends, llianklus them for accepting their' to this en- tertainment. Ernest V. Dong esplain- gary. Ja m Made from fresh pick: ed red ripe strawberries and, pure cane sugar, nothing else. Tbas: jam is as pure as 'when put up at home and Ave- retain much of the fresh strawberry flavor which is often lost in making jam. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR A CAN OF QUAKER BRAND Dominion Ganners B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. C. I Your Nerves Demand It, Your Blood Needs It, Say early train, and- engaged a motor truck, and three local garage cars to lake them to the Scope district. Their destination '.yas the big Sullivan farm two and a half miles from Scope, where one of'the guides: stated-Sulli- van has six thoiisarid 'acres of grain fully ripe. The party left here'about 3 o'clock and arrived at their destin- ation all right, but somebody had mis Jed dates .or names, for the .niea were not expected, and apparently had not been Wanted, for a number ot" others were there already. An iiHcicniloti rj'nsued with the proprietor, who refus- ed to pay the fare, according to the drivers, but their attitude immediate- ly 'became so threatening that the money was produced. Some of the' men not liking the looks of things, after a free-for-all fight bad oc- curred, decided to return, sixteen oi the original party returning. They will just be in time to take, a hand in the harvest in this vicinity. Grant. Sniitii and McDonald, irriga- tion their cement- mixing machine to Calgary yesterday. I This js rapidly becoming one of the best coca-cola tbwnVin tile provlncv. the situation being partly due lo the town I12l> system having taken a vaca- why they Invited their Vhlta friends, it was to explain what IKe Chinese National League stood for: To maintain Ilia, national policy, io expand ihe local self government; to enforce the assimilation ot race; to adopt ihe best policy of socialism; lo maintain International peace. This. Jie said was the foundation, of new China. It Is only ten years since this was really starle'd working, Uul it had accomplished much In that lime. We want China and her people to-wake up and become one of the leadinn nations of the world. China Is todaj one of the bestt'markets for Canada and the world. China has some of the largest colleges anil Universities iu the world, and has thousands of stud cnls. -We want all our people to educated. -We have factories employ ing employees, while our mines and forests are-being developed. China There's not enough phosphorous lofiern foods to benefit nearly one- alf'of the men and women oi Amer- i-n. scientists declare. To overcomo'this lack of an element I titm for several days.' Some of the _ if your body that is necessary to your j prominent citizens are contemplating lo their men. The; National Anthem leatlh, your happiness anil even your taking baths in champagne, pi- faking! brought the pleasant afternoon to tlieir families .the river en bloc close.1 today has corilracts with Ih ships. China has one-tenth of' Ilie world's' popula- tion, and we only require a few year's more wlieu we 'will compete with any other nation. We have bfcnn well Tf- ceived In this cmmlryywe want to be British and Comadian citizens and are" Irving to teach pur people this way. Our flag represents, five .'colors and frj'e languages. :want'.one .language and one people-: as; the He welcomed the many vlsltoiB to the tea room and entertained all-to th'e very best that has'been set before ;a Macleorl gathering.: When the feast irg was over tlie president callec upon Rev. V.T. A. Lewis, J. W. Me Donald, D. J. F. Grady and Acting Mayor McNicoll to speak to the young TJic3e replied, an other niglit. i the night ijntrol received a phono calll tlistt ?ornehady was probably lielng j rtJuUei! in house in (ho opposite dirrrHrjn, The (own-truck was soonj on (ho spr.t. when it two] nif 11 from norlh of (own had entered i n house and given him bcatini: up. The man brought to pfjlicn stMicm where hr nntcrred i" Assiniboia DEALERS .315 6th St, S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta, D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REXALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 .AND 322 ;