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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUH THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY, AUGUST Blberta J DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED US 6th Street South, Lethbritfga W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Member Audit Bateau ot circulations. Subscription nates: Dally, delivered, week......} -25 Dally, by mail, per year........ 8-00 Daily, by mall, for 6 4-25 Dally, by mail, 3 months 2.50 Weekly, .by mail, per year.....1.50 iWeeily, by mail, per year to O.S. 2.CO NOT THE VIEWOF THE JdODERN FARMER. According to newspaper THE PARABLE OF GALT GARDENS Nature teaches us many a lesson, provided that our minds are opeu to Iftirii thjjm. There is much iu the sermons of flower anil leaf that will be hflpful to us if we set our minds'to read them aright, serve as a parable'iu liriugiui; home the truth of what eau be acoHupHshed tv houcit endeavor and that it is not impossible to derive the brauty of life from even hud originally the seiablaucc of an arid desert wherein iculd be flail liLinK'iis tell us that beauty is appreciated snd that there is beauty in life if we honestly set out to inake it. As the landscape of the flowers 10 relieve the human vi-ion and make the outlook agree- able, so it tells us thai we eau grov. the ilowcrs that help to make life agreeable to ourselves and to Honest toil and honest endeavor have their recompense in figura- tively helping to make the garden beautiful of !ife. Honesty pays, whether in honest endeavor or iu the spirit wo ronduct our business and in what animates us in'our relation to our fellow man. Does, honesty pay is a question tint has been very often asked. Tha verdict of experience is that it decs in the long ruu. It was honesty of purpose that won the war. It was dishonesty of purpose that caused it and brought ruin and confusion to those who engineered it. -Th individual that has a reputation for honesty gains iu the estimation of his fellow beings; a business that has the reputation of honesty is successful one.. Honesty has its virtue and its reward. Nature is honest. Honestly treated Nature pays back in kind. read this in the return Gait Ga'rdens are reports.! for North Ontario, "coulended that the i rural life of Canada, instead of pro- gressing and advancing, was going backward, caused largely by the rural taaU service "and telephone, which put la the discard the old custom ot con- gregating at the neighbors' or the country'stores and postoffice to falk orer events and purchase the neces- caries of life." Such narrow vision far from repre- sents the, viewpSinl of the average farmer-. The rural mall service and the rural telephone came because the larmer wanted them and they will re- main for the same reason. Of course there are those who will arguo that homes In the urban centres would he better without the telephone. Cer- tainly a city or lown home can got; along much better without a telephone a farm home. What would farmer do without this conven- ience to keep him. In touch with the grain and "produce markets or sum- Land honestly treated pays the farmer in the long ran. Land dishonestly treated fails to pay iu the years that arc to coiue. So ivith all our common There is honesty in business which when practiced brings its never failing reward. There is honesty iu' our axial relations which kills ypocrisy. There is honesty in worship which conduces to comfort and onsolatipu. It is not the formal worship which counts iu our merely aking pur places in the church. It is the worship of the heart which ttunes itself to the atmosphere and spirit of the occasion. This is true vorship and honest worship. In the enjoyment of life honesty has its important place. In the ewnrds of life honesty greatly counts. In the long run it amounts to his, that no matter what others think of you so long as honesty been our guiding principle there is the inspiration that you have no reason o be ashamed of yourself. ihon the doctor when sickness de- velops? In the past It was due In part to the of. these conveniences that young men let! tho farm for the city! with- out} them today, we venture to say, of the rural areas, xro_Uld he even greater than statistics Blidw. In our Judgment the more modern cohtenle'nces the farm Is sup- plied 'with, the more contentment there will he on the farm, attraction the city and town wil offet to tbe farmer's son.'- Mr. Hal bert'pronounces a very unusual view that-does not onable''ns to measure him up as a very good represenlatlvi of the modern spirit of progressive a ess amongst the farmers! RESPECT FOR THE LAW Why should we' expect the foreign born population to observe- our-law if okr own peopie flagrantly brea theig, without punishment from th authorities responsible for tho up folding of the law? It is not a questio of prohibition or no prohibition, hi of respect for the law. -the charg la even made that some of those wh Strong Feeling of Opposition Expressed at a Special Conference LONDON', Aug. opposition of BriUsh labor to assistance In the war against 'soviet Russia was voiced today with eitraordiMry vehemence at a special conference tere represent- ing all dements of Ihe worKers.', The resolution adopted "hailed with satisfaction Ihe Russian government's declaration in favor of Ihe complete Independence we make all classes realize that our laws are to be observed, and if'not; then those who break the law aro punished, no matter whether Ihey are-foreign born or native born cili- sens, tho more likely are we to proper- ly assimilate the foreigner, and make a good citizen of him. As long as we Bet him a bad example we can't- ex- pect him to become a good citizen. What we want are good citizens; they-arc our best asset for the pres- ent and the future. As it Is, lack of 'law enforcement Is creating bad citizens; men who have no regard for the law, no matter whether It ap- plies to the Ucyicr law or anything else. Ixit tha new'citizen know from the beginning' thai the law Is meant to I le rsSpscted end that all people will ,fce. punished for offences of it, and 'will have lar lesa troublo with Iho foreign bom element.. highest motives, Is the. great cppor unity fOr 'the .notlest i service to mankind.' Old Sol seems to have trie Rain Maker backed off tho'map these'days The 'Off family be some what'off these days. Raisins will cost five Cents pe pound more this year, grower nave ordered. The, raisin which is quite in otdeivJ: Premier Meighcn and lender Kin are tpth busy making speeches, whlc' seems to .Indicate .thai there Is a election In the offlng.. OREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR USEFUL SERVICE, Jest HCT7 the r.rc uC'r.j eagerly scanned by the boys and gtrle and (heir parents in search for the result of the departmental eiamlua- !II tloha. Success will be a stepping- etone to attempts at higher achieve' ment, K Knowledge of tho scarcity of H teachers and the retirement ot man; teachers from the profession on ac- count of existing conditions, should causo thought and concern to those who ara interested In the maintenance of the-highest educational standards I1 and easily a9ceslblc educational facil- :itles for fhe hoys and girls of Ihe day. K How many boys and girls, who JL havii met with success In their exam- V'j Jnailofls1, will .become teachers In" Ihe i (future? If high salaries Kre their 'sola object, Canada will els orw-heat Ihls year.'_. No'one othc commodity-producDd In Canada re-prc s so much wealth" as her whea crop. And luckily, Southern .Albert has her share of the total after couple of lean years. Every tlms .someone suggests tha the cost' of living Is just ready t I liinuiit'. the cosi of coal or the.prit of brick or (he cost of hauling a tdn i Irelght a mllo goes up, and a perfect good prophecy Is shot all to plecea. I opin saifl: "If France ,5'ral Wrarigel cul r Yjfv .Lsureatesttrop VANCOUVER, B. C., -Aug. Twenty million dollars Is the eslimat- d value of "the tourist crop" in Brit- sh Columula this year. This Is nol guesswork, bill is based on .Cfilcula- lions made by J- Reginald Davison, publicity commissioner for Iho cily. the calculations are figured on a ery conservative basis. The figures of the returns from this Joityhtful Industry are worth keeping in minrl. or woman who goes init of his or her way to make Van- couver. attractive and picasant to A visiting tourist 13 in the same class with thoao public benefactors who succeed In making Iwo blades of grass grqw where.only one grew before. At D third, of largo ;sum ot money Is .figured as having ,como to the city of Vancouver, so that It h if.any Industry In-tha nlty, not excluding'lumber and shipbuild- ing, puts as much money Into circula- tion as the tourist Industry. off Russia's 'commeVcial supply, will it be interfering too much with Franco if the British, miners and railwaymeii cut off Asserling that the British labor party members were the only people able to prevent an attack on Russia he went, on to say amid cheers: "1 want to lhank our comrade, Win sto'n Spencer for uniting the British denibcracy. Wo could no do'it'ourselve'slr'XO-wthat tha Brltisl people have unity, God seni' us the sense to preserve Tom Shaw, secretary'of the Inter nalioual Textile Workers iraion, bit terly attacked the League of Nation for not preventing Poland's offensiv against Russia. The present confer ence, he said, was-the "beginning o a movement tliat will lead to a rea Ho asserted the "Bolshevi were Immensely superior" to the allie in their frank dealings with othe countries. 'i Robert Williams, general secretnr of-tie Transport Workers' union as- serted that labor was for more repre- sentative of country than ths and-better qualified to .pass on the "go to war and go to hell" policy. The conference concluded by sing- ing Ihe "Internationale" and cheering enthusiastically. By its resolutions the council of action, was instructed to remain in lieing until it secured guarantees that tie .'British forces would not be iiscri in support of Pol- and, General or any other military or naval effort against Rus- sia; second, of Ihe withdrawal of tho British naval forces blockading Rus- sia; and third, the recognition of Ihe soviet government, and the establish- ment of unrestricted trading and com mercial.relations between Great Brit- ain and Russia- PICKED UP IN PASSING f O H K B U S Y M A N 'Chas. Kydd, a pioneer ot tbe Wapel- Sask., district, is dead. A. W. Kidout, manager of the Bank Commerce at Regina, has been ransfcrred to Montreal. By the will of Robert Pirie. a nown Hamilton manufacturer, who led last month, an estate of J13S.- 25.SS is disposed of. Harry e was ared.a French girl from "drowning. Turk, of .New York, while 'over there'' during the war. T I rojbln.4 Thou he was Indicted for In- humanly killing iho cat. The court held that Elocutu hsd a right to kill the cat under the circumsUtiees. i __ Ruth of Terre 'Haute, receipt.of tha money, work'ou tbo suvlure will be commenced, According to authoratlve reports counsel who figured In (he trial of Ibo Winnipeg s IredealkUSoJ-O.pCM .ccently the girl's father died eft Harry a vineyard. But he will ave to -go to France to drink his sine. Nice" women who look tho state ar examination at Jefferson City, [o.. wero all successful. Among hem was i rich widow who tool; tlie lamination lo encourage her son, also law Bludenl. She passed and he did ot. Chicago's municipal government as made arrangements with a large Chicago shoe company by which the women employees of the city may urchase shoes that giro now retail- ng at from f9 to JIG for {4.50 per air. In Cleveland, no jurors were on and when a case was called in tbe 3ourt of Common Pleas, so Judge J. i. Pearson impressed twelve of the awycrs who were sitiing in the ourl room and made Ihem act as urors. i Elfrali, Ztvillman, of Newark, Is a eavy slee-per. For the third lime in ess lhan a year tbjeves entered his Louse and look money ad valuables rom under-his pillow. Tho last time key took jewelry worth and 200 in cash. Mrs. Rose Deuser, of Indianapolis, and her son, Louis, arc accused of chaining her younger son, Andy Deuser, to -a post and leaving him j Ind., saw a telephone equipped with i In6 strike leaders will again stops on either BO climbed upgioi-x horns in Ihe trial of-the men the steps and fell, tr.iOrms herself, i have kidnapped 0. M. Chris- Now she sues for damages on the ,0phers One Big Union organizer, to claim that the pole with steps Ot Tjleiifalt nest Tuesday. It an "attractive iiatsance." said It. A. Bonnar will assist In the prosecution and A. J. Andrews, crown Cixrenco Brown escaped from Joliet yrosecutor al the Winnipeg trial, will Prison, and afterwards burglarized ronduct the defense, house iu Chicago.-. The owner of Ihe house found Clarence with a pile of loot by his side, reading a book. Tho thief was so Interested in Ihe book that the owner of Iho house had limo lo, have him pfuched., A fashionably dressed woman en- tered the barber shop 01 Cheslln Maslin. at Chester, Pa., removed lier i hat and veil and sat down iu a chair. 'Want to be said the flab- becgasted barber. "Whnt do you think I camo here, for said tha lady. TUen' paid the .barber'.and. wont: away in a big, expensive auto: Wheat cutting has started nt Swift Current anil IB'expected to be general soon. Tlie average yield' is variously estimated at from IS lo i2 bushels. Haiu or cool weather would Inlu a lot. No frost or rust damage, lint hall has Visited Isolated localities. Coarse grain, particularly oats, are in good condition. Tho world's nerviest man is alleged to have turned up in Elyria, Ohio, After he had been married Iho ofiiclat- Ing minister told him lie could give what he liked, so he did not give any- thing. .Then he-asked (he minister for a ''fancy so tho clergyman gave him a letter to a Elato office. Tho groom gol his cerlif- icate and later the clergyman was .it. A cheque for an amount approxi- mating for the purchase of the site of the proposed'Ballautyne pier, at Vancouver., lias been mailed from Ottawa to the .Vancouver board of harbor commissioners. Willi the Start Children start theni right In learn- ing music. A good piano and a good leaclier are absolutely ne- cessary. Tho first we can supply in Hie famous old MASON RISCH TiiC-y cost less than you ei- pect at "Factory' to Home" prices. Sold on easy terms, too. Ask for slyla catalogue. "The Balmoral Block Homo of tha Victrola" here 'all iflght. 'fiends filed off eased liimJ Some of the boy's shackcls and re- Besides raising seven children of ler own, Mrs. Kalherin Glover, col- ored woman of Springfield, 131., has aken 21' others to raise and 'care for, .5 of them negroes, 5 whites and one Mexican. Mrs. Glover has to work 'or her living, but says she just iove babies. An nuto with a party from New York rah over a inati on the New- huryport road. They picked up .the senseless form and hustled it to the i Anna Jasques Hospital at Newbury- port, .where the doclors recognized 11 as Harry Keene's scarecrow. j Castra, who was an inmate of I the county hospital at San Jose. drowned himself in a pond. Ho had money deposited in a bank to pay for his funeral and provide for a 30-piece brass band to pla yhim to the grave. Benjamin U. of Rochester, saw a cat capture a robin. He chok- ed the cat to death and saved the Your That is Where the Pain Is We Can Relieve It. The pain is caused by a fallen met- atarsal arch. We know how to locate the trouble and correct the.foot so as to relieve it, giving you comfort immed- iately. Bring your foot troubles'-to us. Ask To Be Fitted Shoes For All Ages W. J. Nelson Co. Sherlock Building sentiment of the liou'se of commons ANGLICAN' GREATEST EMPLOYER OF ONE-ARMED MEN WINNIPEG, Mart., Aug. land's greatest employer, of one-arm ed mou was a recent visitor lo.Winnl- He is W. II. Dunkley, of manutaclnrer ol carriages and is on n preliminary survey of land and so- clp.l cnnrllUons in Canada, with a view of bringing poor from the slums nt London to Canarliah farms. Sin-e Iho annlallce, Mr. Dunkley has employed none but one-armed men. He now has three hundred of them in tils factory and has found that these crippled soldiers, properly tnlncd, not only (an do 'almost I'no work of a man with two baiKte, but are given n new Interest In life work- ing entirely with men of tbeir own kind. 6k Augustln's Church, cor. 8th Avo; arid 11th St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212 8th St. S. Telephone 1406 8 a.m.: Holy Communion. 11 Memorial Service for tho late Corporal Usher and Constable Ball- oy. 30 p.m.: Evensong. Vednesday. 8 p.m.: Intercessions. he police will parado to the 11 o'clock service. Thr- Free i'ress that when tho tariff cnm holds its Killings In the west next month Ihcre will be a jrood mimy farmers who will advance reasons for knocking the tar out of tariff. WOMAN PREACHER IS TRANSFERRED WEYmiRM, Sask., Aug. Lottie Uabrock. pastor of the Kree iiietriodist murch liore has bncn trans- ferred lo Ilcglna. tlie transfer being announced at Ibc annual conference of tho Free Methodist Church for Ibo Province cl Saskatchewan. During her n! office here. Miss il.ibcock Ins rpcclnl attention to work among (he Ciiinc.Rc residents and has bleu eminently successful. Manitoba farmers will auk lhat Ihe duly on ni-'rkniHural irnpirmftnts com- ing from the United Stales tin wholly wiped mil. And Clinirhnn Dyron [if the pr.Mric. Rfiction of the. M.A. that's all risht. .Mlfit wait 111] we fiujii the tjntfirio SRotioti. TKfly ir.n'ru; p.grictlltur.Tl iniplcnipnts in Toronfo tlio teaching profession one! Hamilton tmtl Urantford, LUMBERMEN OPTIMISTIC CALGARY, Alia., Aug. Reporls received Irom various parla of the country by lumbermen In Calgary in- dicate that l r riiinuiaclurins coa CIRCU.S PLAYS TO GOOD.CROP SECTIONS circus owner, whose crop of dollars was nol mater- ializing, recently rhade unique use of government's crop report lo stimulate growth of his earnings, lie had exhibiting where farm crops were imnr and was losing hundreds (if dollars daily, he told pedals of the iiiireau of Crop Kslimates of the DC- I'iMtmenl of AgriruKirre when, he call- t-rl for'advfce. Il3 learned wh'a't part oT tlin Stains had Krmd crops dllions are progressing favorably, and labor and other contributing agencies are boiler than they have been for a number of yeara. There fs still con- siderable complaint about the .car ser- vice and the Inability to mako ship- ments across Iho border. Local yards aro slocking up with lumber of nil klnda, looking lor a busy season tbe fait, nnd In many directions there is already n movement in tho way of bigger business. TO ENCOURAGE DAIRYING SASKATOON, Saak., Aug. a measure for encouraging tho develop ment of tho dairying industry In tho province, the Saskatchewan govern ment is purchasing 100 good grade dairy cows and heifers In Bast ern Canada at nn estimated cost o tor resale on easy terms t> I T ,J ntro ntroua s the more pros- bona fifle dairy farmers iu the var dairy centres ol the province HE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHDRIDQE Rev. T. D. JoneSj pastor 271 6th Ave. N. Phono 1659 Choir Leader, Mrs. F. Jackson. 0 a.m.: Junior choir practice. .0 a.m.: lioys' Deft, of tho Sunrtay WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 1th Ave. and 11th St. 8, Chas, E, Cragg, B.O., paa'.ftr Mr. Claude Hughes, L..A.B., Choir Master United Service between Meth- odist and Knox Presbyterian will continue throughout the month of August., Services during August in charge of Ilov. Capl. A, II. Donoon. Morning service in Knox; Evening service la Wesley. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hall. The Vision School 1 a.m. Topic: King." 2 o'clock: Beginners ar of lh! Primary de- partments ot tho Sunday School the Hall. Corner ot 3rd Avenue and 9th Street Rev. F. W. Dafoc, Minister Choir WHAT WD STAND FOR Evangelical Rcgonorato Membership, Itelisious Liberty Christian Equality anil liibilcnl Au thority. Service at 11 a.m.: Monlinc Sunday 1 School ond riiWc Clans at Mis- Jennl? King primary deparlrnent. 2 o'clock: Olrls1 L'cpt. of the Sunday School In tho Churcli. 8.15: Adult Dept. of tho Sunday School in tho Hall. 7.15: Song Service. 7.30 Topic: "The Creative Paw" of a Good Environment." The pastor will preach at both Rcr- vlces. Wednesday nt S, In Iho hall: MM-week devollonal study, (iondncWd by tho pastor. "Studies In the Book of Hebrews." the ISlniilay Scrionl In Ibo at 3 o'clock. Kvenins; Service at BETHANY HALL 205 13lh Street North Sunday Meetings Worship and Breaking of Dread, 11 a.m. Siinday School, 3 p.m. Kvangellslic Service, 7.30 p.m. CJod's Way Salvation Hearty Welcomo To All, Avh "A Gospc Message." A Welcome To All Services. SALVATION ARMY KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street 8, A. H. Denoon, Minister. Ernest F. Laylon, Organist and Choirmaster. 'nlted Service between Knox Pres- byterian and Wesley Methodist will continue throughout iba month of. August. Services durln? August In charge of Ilev. CapL Denbon, and will lie held In Knox in Iho morning and Wesloy In liic evening. 10.08 a.m.: Snbhalh School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. 12.15: Dig Sisters. 2 p.m.: Dig Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtia, Paator Oar. 3rd Ave. and 3th 3t. 8. liev. Oliver Curtis will ho in Loth- hfiilge over Sunday and will preach both morning and evening" al Ibo Christian Churcb. There will ho baptism service in tho evening. 11 a.m.: Tidiness Jlcclfng. 2 p.m.: Sunday School. 3 Praise Meeting. 7.30 p.m.: Salvallon Meeting. Adj. Iftirdy nnd L-t. Kdc Hrcll, officers In charge. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Block Pastor John McAllster. Sunday Morning Devollonal .Servics, 11 a.m. Sunday Afternoon Sunday School, 3 p.m. Sunday Evening Evangelistic Service, 1.30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Service, S p.m, Pastor, John McAllster CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service nt 11 a.m. Sunday School, 12.10 a.m. Testimony Meeting, Wed. at 8 p.m. Heading Koom open daily from 3 lo A3SOC1ATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., Cth street S. p.m.: lliblo Study. Sundays, p.m.: Biblo Study. vWdncsiiHys, p.m.; ISiMe Study, followed by praise, prayer.anil let- llmony faceting.1 All Wckonr.e. No Collection, All publications of Sociely may now lie obtained locally, Including "Finished Mystery.'! ;