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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 IVKI nnmm.-R DAILY HERALD nS; DIFFERENT'! (OUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IN EVERY SACK ROBIN HOOD MILLS LTD. I ETAX GOSPEL OF Mr. Dixon Shows That it Would Produce Christain Conditions i --Meeting Tonight Then- was ;i fairly good attendance at the First Baptist church service in the Morris theatre last night to hear R J, Dixon .of Winnipeg, deliver his practical sermon, "The religion u humanity." Mr. Dixon's address was more less along radical lines, although is not tin- rabit! oi Mw "red" type. Rather he criticises this system which makes it possible foe one man to amass so much wealth while others .are forced to work all their lives for ifc wml into the question of taxes, and laid the. blame for crowded conditions ui some oi the itt the doors, of the land monopolists. The remedy for these conditions ac-! cording to Mr. Oixon, is for the state to absorb all rent or revenue from landi and thus follow out tho idt-al government oi Henry the father oi the singlr tax. -Mr. Dixon will sptak on the Initi- ative, Referendum and Recall at the Majestic tonight, when a mass meet- ing of the ratepayers will be. held to Monday, 2. 1.0] 2 Mrs. Sibley, Returned Mission ary Delights Large Crowds a Westminster Church Westminster Church was crowde.. i yesterday afternoon, and Uicn some on the occasion of 11 special seesafb of the Sunday School. The elasso. had worked hard for a hundred po .cent, attendance, and several of then reached it, and two or three hud nl thsre but one. There were many visitors and tho church was packed until there was hardly room for one more. The ser vice was in charge of .Mr. John Tor ranee, and was arranged for by Miss Butler, of the Missionary commtttoc. :wti was of intense interest. The calling of the roll was marked by ibe iiveventiiiioti of handsome badges to teachers 'with oue hundred per com. present, and also the presentation of a badge to the class bringing the large-fit number of rteltors, and to the individual scholar bringing thy larg- est number. The class urlze was won by the young men's class, taught bv Mr. J. B. Gray, and the individual prize was won by Miss.Cowan. Tho presentations were crowned by the pinning of, an especially handsome Straight From the Ranch toYourTabli N. N.I .1 In link la ,ta Ijbc dent -Geon laclic Re' "y JiSS reading exercise was von by Ruby and lmm- An orchestra of six .pieces led 'n his address Mr. Dixon very clear- shou-cd that single tax theories unionize with the Scriptures and e worthy of trial as offering a so- of many of the perplexing so- il problems "of today. The crowded rfgbl autl insPlring singing, healthy, immoral quarters would Sibley, a missionary on fur- frnm th? cities and the from Szo Chuan 'province, -ge tracts of fertile land in the China, addressed the children, and untry would become productive. By Quite as much interested the older folk the land the speculator would by telling about the younger genera- forced to sell, or use, and the.: tioii In the Flowery 'kingdom ite places would blossom., Sibley tells her story in an attractive r. Dixon presents his theories in a: way, and wns listened to with deep it hut lorceful way and it is interest. that; thev ate backed up hv firm' tn. viction. HP abhors extremes of' The lhe alth ami povertv and guards land ;aiion as the practical scheme lor lcnilem' Plus th" "Kgresslve, active -rowing the chasm. j of the classes, 'he.musical service, was bright. Mr.! At nisat -Mrs. Sibley addressed the irge Mitford made his first ap-' congregation on her work in China, ir.ince as choir'master. A song and this atterncon addressed the vice preceded ihn regular service men's Missionary Society. 1 was bright, although there is -Mrs. Sibley is a daughter of the ini _ for more hearty co-operation Rev. J. M. Harrison, of ClareeJioim, the part of the congregation. The formerly of Lethbrldge. -s-of the Kirst Baptist choir are; She was accompanied by her four- surpliced and are all good sine-! year-old daughter, a clever wee tot, is need ni more male who not only delighted but surprised' the Sunday Schocl by singing a hymn ed in" YS "ePy intcrcst-'in Chincae tonsue. "Jesus Loves eu in. his down town" work and .Me, This I Know." Just Like Living in the Country if You Buy Your Meats and Poultry From Delany We Sell Only Southern Alberta Grown Products Caught on Monday, Shipped to Delany on Tuesday, Im- prisoned on Wednesday, Killed on Thursday, Sold on Friday, Delivered on Saturday, Eaten on Sunday. TEK JURY THAT -POUND THE GUNMEN GUILTY. wants to reach the people. ANOTHER PERPLEXING JUDICIAL DECISION LIKEUY TO OIS. P.UPT HOMES IF MAIN- TAINED Mrs. Sibley's visit has been an in- spiration to Westminster school and church. Montreal, Nov. 29. Disagreeing with the conclusions reached by Jus- tice tharbonneau and Archibald in two other famous cases, Justices De- lorimcr and Tellier yesterday handed down a ruling in a marriage annul- ment case, to the effect that the can- onical impediment of consanguity, un- less a dispensation is received from competent ecclesiastical authority, j constitutes a cause of nullity of mar- riage even before the civil law. Mr i Justice Archibald, the third member [of the court, however handed down a j dissenting judgment, in the course of which he maintained jn the main the conclusions reached in former rulings by himself as well as by Char- bonneau. The case at issue before the court pi- review was that of Napoleon Tremblay, a farmer of St. Victoire ROOSEVELT FUND TOTALLED FROM ALL SOURCES FAT SUBS. SHAMEFUL CONDUCT IN COURT AND COWARDLY ATTACK ON A MINISTER Albany, Nov. tions totalling to aid the candidacy of Colonel Kocsevelt [or the presidency, were received by the national committee oi the ,prngressive party, according to a certificate giv- ing tile linal ligures filed with the secretary oi stale today. The expens- es of the committee were The New York state committee oi the progressive party certified that received of which was flichcliai county, who sought the an- nulment of his marriage of Dame MalviiiB Despaiie. The 'ceremony at. tacked was pertormcd at St Victoirr- Oct. 25. dm. Ileaudry. it shown that the ton- tractlng parties were rdatol as cous- LAND SLIDE AT BASSANO Calgary. Xov. a por tion of the -retaining wall of the big U P. R. dam at Bassano collapsed through the earth sliding. The chief engineer states that this will not ta- terfere the safety of the dam Itself. The damage is said to S''0- 000. SUFFERED FROM ILL-HEALTH Hamilton. Dec. l.-LeavinB a note bidding farewell to her family. Mrs. Kred Midgeley. 30 years, old, residing at CO Chestnut avenue, drank carbolic anitl this and later WHR fc.un.i j by her husband. Aberdeen. Scotland, Xov. tant suffragettes today brought abot: two scenes of extreme violence, i. which a woman's shces and a hors whip were used as weapons. The first outbreak occurred whe hree of the women, Joyce Locke Fanny Parker and Mary Pollock, wh had been caught last evening in pos session of explosives in the Musii Hall, where Chancellor Lloyd Georgi was to speak, were brought up beforn Thursday, and inrondo re-moving his family to Montana. The ladies of the Methodist church held a Thanksgiving supper on Thurs-j day which vts Dr. Patterson wan a business visi-1 tor to the Hal last week. The many friends of Mrs. F. [trophy were .niad to hear thai she had so far recovered from her illness in Medicine Hat hospital, where umlerwaut a serious operation some ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR K is poor po'licy' to purchase Irnv grade fldu'r. Only flour lite this that can be rolled on to sivs all' those delicious qualities to your .baking that makes housekeeping a success and a Joy. Use it ones and" you will use it for good. START TODAY Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH ;