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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE LETHBRIPGS DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920 MISSIONARY WORK IN WEST CHINA INCREASING n- Women's Conven- Uon Being Htld in the j City At the Women's Missionary conven- tion .Wesley' clmrch held yesterday aCiernoou and evening In vtbe: United 'church -'Miss returned mis- sionary from .China. was the: chief liieaker, -'giving a copiprchunsive ac- count .oMvork.inths West Chiua_dis- trict.' Hsmuiy ioiu siurita uf iuw children In tho, schools acd the peat advance under tils Influence. When the children enter the schools they hare, very low .vitality owing to lack tloiis. but a great difference is served at-the end of three, mouths. After 'a few years Khool.lhe'y develop into healthy running and "screaming about, .which Ijj not approved hy'pab; He opinion. Very.often the slrls come io these homes'from dark liltio r-joms at the small slore, where they are uover allowed to como to iha front door Souetimes the condl so terrible that It Is a won- der they are alive at all. After years In the of them become teachers ahd-Tiars'es. Miss -13ambly; expressed the -wish, 'that they could give better food to tho -children'In the mission schools. The food svotem at present lacks sufliclent fat and sweqts. Mls3 Hambly save instances of the cellini "ot ChlueEe, girls and told of how the Chinese men In tfco missions aro iearuin'g to appreciate home Hie. and in seeing the family relationship from bur-.'vlewpolnt: they arc becom Ing ihore eagerUn their effort to save the'girl 5.' Mrs. Levering Mrsl Brandow presided at the meet- ing in place of 'Irs Lewisi tho de- votional eiercisea being conducted by Mr> Lovermg who gave a inter eating talk upon seeing ourselves In the proper, relationship to tho thins we have In and emphasizing the: the work to ae done through Spirit. Following'a' snort ccnice of praise, the reports of Coaidale, Iron Springs. United and Wdslc'y church auxiliaries were read, Mrs vstlej appointed for Ihe Mrs. Mitchell Mrs.'. Mitchell; of Coaldale, gave :a splendid address on the things most needed by W.M.S. workers. .There Is a necessity for tho spirit ot sacrifice among the faithful few who carry on the work, for time- ly and willing, for enthusiasm, for a strong program, for the need to'pre- eenl the romantic and human side of miss must not bo, overlook- ed at home, for the need of .mission text books and a study orthe foreign immigration problem Mrs. 'King :F61towIng a solo by -Emg cpokn ffi-Mngli on the influence of missionaries in the world, and ol the four fold program that the mis slonariea' have been following out -In for years.'.. .They knew they must touch the spiritual through the: physical as Christ of old healed Son in cur das the missionaries are doing Christian work through the hos- pitals We profitably spend more of our time quietly reading anc ;in-' intercession, said tho in 'stead of so ranch time in prayers for .'ourselves; the fore .Ighirs know nothing dt tho sustaining ToCureaCold in One Day power of prayer as we do. We must make .the necessary sacrifice that Iptj may csrry, on. Bruce The.mottier's inDuenco'on the daugh-. ter towards missionary work' was the subject take'r. up by Mrs. Bruce who spoke of the great need just now for missionary' wbrkpM. and, ,mentioned home.problems this connection., lu a very interesting talk Mrs. Bruco ex- plained that the mother can influence ter daughter in this interest by show- lag her missionary pit-lures, by the use of moving pictures and lantern slides, by missionary literature in the form of travels, by .entertaining ies and ministers, having the daughter join Jnlsslon bands, by not RUSTY IS TROUBLED BY THORNTON W. BURGESS nrfTur speaSbg of missions, by i? I with those actually cii- iu work, b> giving freely, by teaching duty and service as a pleasure, by gamfh show- her d-ughter the example of a consecrated life: To starve m freedom's better far Thau feast behind a prisoa bar. the Fox SQUirrel. An interesting discussion regarding nn'sslOESv concluded the meeting led by Sirs. Brandow. Banquet About 7S people sat down to a splen- did banquet served in the hall to the delegates- and. hi embers, the address of beiug given by Mrs. Hoss and responded to by Mrs. Kane of Iron Springs. Hev. C.' B. Crsgg con- gratulated the: ladles upon ihelr ex- cellent showing and increase in num- hers, and-asked Miss Hambly to ex- plain reason for their not accept- ing voluntary contribu- tions of lands and money for MIss'Hambly replied that the policy differed in various parts'of China and Brown's boy were tbe-befitof friends, liusly would soon be fully recovered from tho wounds made by. ths .cruel shot from the lemble guu of the-hunt- er. Farmer Brown's boy and was glad. He had grown.very fond of llnsiy, and If the truth be (old had grown very., foud f Farmer Brown's boy. How could he ffrel oth- erwise when Planner Brown's Hoy bad done so much fffr-.lilm? N'ever before in all his lite had Itus- ly had so ninny good things tp eat. Never before had EO much' to eat. -.Farmer Brown's visited htm many tlnies a dayj and never-.did he fall to bring some tld-bit. VfRusty's moulh world begin to water as soon as ho saw Farmer Brown's'boy coming. Rusty was getting sir, he in Western China, which she repre- sented! -that" it had been found that those who thus were not spiri- tually'inindeoV and it later resulted In the crushing, out of spirituality in these places, hilt that the aim'all over the tree-clinitua: China was the same, namely lo plant Squirrel family, the Christian 'church oil the native soil Rev Buchanan in> a brief ddress Dished the convention every uccess Evening Meeting Girls in West China are being re- ognized as useful members of the according to statements if-Misa.Lv II. Hamhly, a relnrned mis- ilonary from Tzellutsmg, Ham- addressed the closing session of convention church last During'her talk' Ehe-told of how, through the ednca- lonal -wort being conducted, parents are.lwlng their dread for female chil- dren and to place them i their, rightful Mlss'Hwnbly has been co'nductlnB a boarding Echoijl for boys: Tieliatsing and this trip' is her sec-1 oni farioagh She told' of how ;the schooX _a ias'-be-L come crowded and how finndreds'ot girls and boys have had to be turned away. For the past year and a halt no'new pup Us have been admitted.- P. was getting fat. At nrst.hfrhad grown had EO many good things to'eat. very thin, but as soon as he was well started on the road he began to nil onU -he was heavier thaii he had ever b'een before. He was getting so fat he ning to grow Farmer Hrorrn's boy, would stand be- fore Rusty'a cago and .admire him-'and Never before in ill his llfe'had.Rusty cage. There in Farmer Brown's barri it was very Tvarm and comfortable; while -outslte-Rough Brother 'North' Wind often howled, for it waBJwlitef now. that he pught.-to-jbd thankful to be BO well taken "cars of. tell him right to his .face that he was I Still he was troubled. He was a.prls, tho biggest and handsomest Squirrel 1 a prisoner kindness to -he he had ever-seen, Anyway, it was -true -.that Rusty was the biggest Squirrel he had ever seen, for Rusty was a Fok SqiiirreX- and the Fox Squirrel is the. largest member of the tree-clinifciag1' .branch 61; the For some time Hasty: was ebntSnted, hut as he began to feilo.ii lie, him self ne again he began had plenty to eat and liothing to worry about so for as-fenemles. we're-con- cerned, hut just'the same'Jia'hegan to be troubled. AUhls'lifs he h'id-beeh free to go where ho would,'h'e, couldn't- go ..any- where. He was in a cage, a'nd: there was'.no way of getting, out-of'that true. EU'O, but a prisoner Just the same. Ho began to long lo climb a tree, to hunt for the fat lilckory nuts he had burled In the Green Forest, to feel that he'could-'go .and he pleased. He was growing iiomesick. Yes, sir, Rnsiy. was home- sick for the Green Forest. Sometimes he heard the voice of Sammy'Jay as Sammy sat'.In-a'tree.near th'6 barn, and that always made him more home- pick than ever. Dky by day he 'grew- more "troubled as'he grew'stronger.' Would he always" have to live in-that cage? Was Farmer Brown's boy "plan- ning to keep liim a prisoner all-his life! more he thought about it. the the sealed air-tight carton keeps it "Good" Red Rose Tea comes to you with all its original rich strength and tare flavor fully retained, The Green Label is Blue Label is better. Red RosrCoffee meets the desire of Western Canada for a real good Coffee I more troubled he became.' It caused him to'-lose his. appetite. Somehow those goodies of Fanner Brown's boy didn't taste as good as they had in. the beginning. He longed to ruu and jump, and he couldn't; there .wasn't room in that cage. He wondered .what his Baucy, quarrelsome, small cousin, Chatterer the tRed Squirrel, was doing an'd.. if he had found that store of'fat hickory nuts hidden in the old stump near the big hickory tree. He felt that he would give anything In the world just over there and see. So Rusty grew more and moro troubled, ancl the fact'that every day he was stronger didn't hell) any. The stronger he grew the more troubled he became. Farmer Brown's, boy no- ticed 1f and understood. But still he kept Rusty a prisoner. The story: "Rusty Has a Vis- itor." MASS. SENATOR DOESN'T FORGET THE FACTORIES -WASHINGTON, Dec; als to revive tho War Finance corporation and Instruct the1 Federal Reserve Dank to-.extend moro liberal credit IP-farmers, were presented today in the senate by Chairman Gronna -of the agricultural. committee, but con- sideration'of them went over on ob- jection of Senator Lodge .of Massa- chusetts, the Reinibllcnu leader, >.'wlio said senators-should be given time to familiarize: .themselves with 'the of New England were unable to sell their goods, and that thousands of laborers were being thrown out' ol employment, Senator Lodge suggest- that -a 'resolution were adopted it should be broadened" to take care'of Industries. (.Copyright. 1920. by T. W. the maiiufaciurerE Grove Lmxathrm Bromo Quinine Be sure its Bromo KI-MQ1D5 WRANULES; S2 INDIGESTION Tute food, Jo'good; iliitotre hMtantly oA tonfue or m water; u needecE. QUICK RELIEF! IN TABLCr POftM FOM 1 WHO NAOC ay a MAKERS OF SCOTT'S-EMULSION Miss Hambly said some who graduate from-'What is! lo grade here 'mate ''.'won- derfnl: tcacherB among their race. Those'-who -take.the normal course are hut It is gratifying to see hat (he Jmfluenco: of-western teachers: have ori she Bald. It took two thousand dollars In cash to construct the. ,school-Jind the re- sult, according by Miss Harahly, IB' wonuerfull The ap- the school are.grand and frpm the picture It nould bo judged that tho building is an eight-roomed sSalr.Y: Residences are attached to the school The speaker told of funeral ot girls. Iu that the country parents consider It'a disgrace to be'Eeen at- tending the funeral ot [heir girls and If they go tfie cemetery. thes do 80 'in a loundabout way.-AA. a girl pupil was held from tho sctiool lo d feet not bound, and who were pupils at the school walked to thV Hundreds- of lowel' to' Tfitrieia.a.. Christian funeral and a number ot the girls took occa- sion lo tell these mothers about the funeral. and to" explain the floeurtec- llon The mothers were surprised at Ihe fluency-of these girl pupils. Miss Hambly said tho'hablt Of bind- ,laa Billl'a firm grip on the people in the salt of whom there the about'one million, living on one hundred square miles ot territory 'tna only hopo of killing this is through the spreading of by 'raoro Exhibll She exhibited'.a. number of-tMt hooks from-her school.'" TheflO were remarktbly neat and some of tho drawings wer6 good, some Bhowlng tho Angb-Saion Inllii jenco and some vero--partlcolsrly native v I Tlio speaker made ft statement al i an earlier mooting tho policy of the ImUsion board'waa not lo accept land from nktlves. This statement contrary tp the understanding of Hev Mr. Cra'gg niid also, of Hev. Mr. Jones At, tho evening session Mr. Jones ox plained that Ibis difference ot opinion Vnlght be due to Ihe Isolated position of Miss Hambly. Mr, and Mrs. .T. ,1ainlC9pn rendered vocal duct and Misses Nordlne gav: ftn Instrumental duet. Tho class o Busy Bdes gave an exercise anil Miss Nora Jackson sang a solo. U. S. FARMERS ASK AID AGAINST FALLING PRICES IN'm.lN'AT'OLIS, Dec. dele Bales from more than thirty stales prnsent, the annual convention of the American farm bureau federation op tned hero today with the unanlmoti decision to call upon congrcss'for Im mediate legislative notion to protec thor farming .Industry in Ihe Unltei Stales from further losses dife lo low or prices for farm producls.' Contact with, a too sharp man dulls in humanity. NECKWEAR A big lot of-Ladles' Neckwear in'satin and lace collars and seta suitable for dresses; suits and coats. 'selection ot styles and prices. Best of the Season's Sale, HALF. PRICE CORD VELVETEEN This' ran exceptlonaily good quality.'-'.--It'is-suitable for coats .dresses and child- ren.' It'Mimes-in shades, of 1-690, blue and card- inal. Reguiaf. J2.50 y.aluey Best of; the Season's' Sale, 9X4SHEETS 100 pairs of ready-made Sheets all ready-for use and in a, big sizo. This Is a'clclayed shipment of sheets bought when prices vrcro low. flegular each. 4 of'the Season's Sale, STRIPED FLANNEL- ETTE A limited quantity of high- grade and yard-wide striped Flannelette .In .asBorted patterns. This is'value, worth easily BBo per yard. Best of the Season's Sale, Yard 40c RADIUM HOSIERY Tnese pure, cilk Hose' are. made by Perrin-Kayser company and are noted. nil over. this 'continent wonderful makers of high-class Hosiery. A few. elastic ribbed ton and every wanted shade in tho lot. {5.00. Value. the Season's Sale, MADAPOLAM A- fine sheer cotton a little hea- vier than Nainsook and free from dreseing. ,Wpnderfu( value, used for lingerie of all kinds. Regular 76o yaluo. Best of the Season's Sale, Yard 60c "VENUS" HOSIERY Made from the purest .and finest pt .'Silk and in every wanted shade. See them in the'window: .Black, brown, 'mud dark grey, purple, navy blue, white. lu fact every shade sold as high as 53.ftO'pair. 'Best of the Season's Sale, WHITE FLANNELETTE 200 yards of fine bleached white Flannelette. This la-.excellent, quality and full 2S inches widt'.. It la value sold in regular at 50c yard. Best of the Season's'Sale, NAINSOOK Fine white -Nalnsoolc'jijiitapjs for ladles' and childreh'g Under- wear or any purpose where fine cotton frco.from dressing Is re- (luired. Regular 65c; xalue. Best of the Season's Sale, GREY BLANKETS Only a few pair loft of these .pure -wool Blankets In grey. They. are full double bed cheaper than cotton. pair. Best of the Season's.Sale, BEDSPREADS Big double bed sizo while cot- ton Bedspreads in nca't patlcrn's and good quality. These' are, .val- ues that arc sold In tho regular way up to ?5.50 each, Best of the' Season's Sale, Each COTTON HOSE, Ladles' -Cotton Hose siiitable for .present wear In grey, brown -and black, full fashioned' ;and- good assortment of sizes. Also'.n few pairs of Children's In- cluded Iu the lot, Jlogular, values up to 65o a ralr. Best of the Season's Sale, Pair 40c 1 TE1VI PER CENT OFF LADIES' UNPERWEAR, SILKS, DRESS FABRICS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, SHEETINGS, .FLANNELETTES, HOUSE DRESSES, ALL APRONS, WHITEWEAR, UNDERSILKS, BRASSIERES, KNITTED CAPS, SWEATERS, UNDERSKIRTS, SKATING SETS, CURTAIN MUSLINS, COTTONS, BEDSPREADS, COMFORTERS, BLANKETS. Sale of Serge Dresses 1-3 off Stale of Silk Dresses 1-2 Price ;