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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR She Tim LFTHRniDGE DAILY n preens tl ally (hoy provo Ihoy Jo net believo la SATURDAY, DEr.EMIJF.n 13. 1010 DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LETHBillDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6lh Street Smth. Lethtndg: W. A. Buchanan PrClidenl and Matinsir.i LXrccttr Tcrrince Diisicess M they prevail. Men of ibis de- are stormy petrols nature 'Th'.> fee vi.-ijcs. bul when comes to bolus brougal to earth I they re.ili; bow TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office Wember Audit Bureau si far as (Soy concerned luit as rocsnls lhpy would 1 iiek to rrosi'lyliu-. indivM- I PHOFITEEKING NOT AS COMMON [n n 'uy iho UocrJ H. (iovcrnnienl Locates Of- liciitl I'Mi From HriJge Our Own nt> Pc'O. IS.-Ou NOV. 15 ._re Aylrsivorlli addressed the. War- ner luslllule iu ihc Masonic r.tnl her talk very greatly enjoyej by After nlk iho 'institute lielj Lbeir, uispiiv Some Slock Suffering Hut Not it iln-lr yeir'-> wort Titty also serv- LU3 j a IP-ceill luncli v.hlrh proved s 1 fiiecees. On IVo. :i the annual I nreiiiiF "is lltU' st Ilu" hc-ruc o! ProtOT. Mri. llrady wip-l eaicnlcut o[ millll in lhe pear daily on address livbel. Acceo'.- c! papers iller npiiatio.i dato tbouslit IBi1. Is our authority lo conlmuo the criptlon. rlng icrm' i.iui elected master for tlie 1 C. K. Have.-.' Says Tlicv Camc io Wrong Man not as a general FOR IRELAND Symrnhy for IrflanJ IB bv particular propngaixjijij i rule marie io pay more tban it should. Business in tlie main, --ay; the Board, iis sound and honesi. and it has a con- j fidenl hope llial business men will be as the Board's right hand in the uow inmineul business of trading and p'ln- tlios1: aiaoug llictu. who, ac- ho ha.l bold tw yrars j previous, and Kho has tbo dislincllon of teicg ihc [irfi masler lo be f with a second Urci. Tbe oificers arc going io on lhe 27tb tcr .1 Joiui installation in lliat clly. al which oomm the Statos. It U cuatynjarj iii ihc 1 cording to the new business elhlca ol rccilal of Irish lo cc-nsider UbU era. liare diehoiiorei! their bretti- that the Irish aro altogciher Jonn- r troddeu race wh-> Laie received no TtD Of Commerce, in the I mvestigationa ivhic'd il bas couduci- rouslderallon whatever at the Grcii Urilaiu. To remove cipcrieuco. Th frarae. of mind on par; of tho'so :OpilliclI1 it is wholesome in vboie cmollL'li'i have bc-jn wrongly ;c1vjn_ a as r-lirred by louti voiced whole from com- wrongiy ;c ing unjcr rondcranalion ibrousb lit rctusu lo concede (be smallesl c[ iomc Ibem. Thai a member ol Ihc British House of Commons, who nov.- or. a lo Lhe Stales, has nol been T'arJ in .giving Ihc American public something of what hii b'jea done for Ireland. Mr. Lyle-Samue! is considered one of the leading aulboritics in the British House of This is what lie to say of Great Britain's treat- ment oi Ireland. "There la or, doubt tbat Lhe Irish question does presc-nt a cause of cy und Fort Bieele lodges will also larticip.'vle. and in spke of tlie WINNIPEG, mem bsrs of the lleiail Merchants' associa- tion, wilb T. C. Loftus. K.C., as spokes- upuoared the boarj of icrce today end told thai body ug about Us business In the lo oblain il! object and that niRTimuni profll-flxiug be abandoned. Tho small relalier ivould l ot b. Mr. arsucd; ihc poorer ctassof cooug n sple o frigid weather it well rslronlred. would Le doprhed ot bir- 'h ILO inlal-n -iln.n-r Sl'.ll id TJl.' beQCIHS. ILO The Movemenl gol off to' n good t night, when the general committee. Tor ihe Macleod district met in the school room of the Me-thodlst church, and aiTAiiged for the various churches be- ing taken into tbe coming campaign which will begin once, Ibe regular services lo bo given in all the churches in the district early In lanyair. Tbe rero entertained M That ihe deaih of a baby born to Hilda1 TOOIC-, of F.dmonlon, was caus- ed by strangulation wua the verdict of n Jury ai Snskatoon. Mls3 Koola ad- tho homo ot Unude Bums when inat Trad brought tie in jlhe Kmbroldcry club inr-t there j (aal'3 body from Miss Mabel Hriely is staying with Mrs. llorchard. who baa had very poor heallli for some lime pasl. Mr. Henry Gotlchalk was n blisi- to Sas- Trill be carried out sent from Uie headquarters. IJr. programme Bland from Calgary was one of Iho speakers fit lie evening meeting, ex- plaining the whole ylan of wcrk, and is expected of each nud every The. origin of Ibo movement. ness visitor to lest hear tbat tho teachers In Ibe Anderaonvillb, Iho Jlowvillc, and the black Kprlne Valley School Districts bflTe been hero for Homo, llroe we re- gret let sco Ihcm go. katoon !n a suitcase; staled thai It WKI lirr child but Umt it was sUll- Lorn. Ei-Aldcrman K, U. McMaator, a turned soldier, succeeds to Ihe poel- lion uf assessor of the Vancouver BS- la wblcb N. R- Drown has ilischarged the ol Assessor nnd collector tlnce re- moval some time ego of Francbi nurnnlt, Jr. Mr. liroirn will continue in the office at collector. possible, and ihore would be what II will mean lo one. and XI tl'A Ug.U ailU ILU .1 U.111H-- 111 t i i- an .iliracllon Iliclr tross ana imself and Ma neighbor. Mr. [I. siocks purcbased nt nlsh prices would J noss, spoke trom ,o SUddcnl, u.der :b. rul- o polnl -d cousiileralion lo Great Britain in j has ciistfld the Board treatment of the "EiEtcr isle." Mr. no[ se, lo fans, but il -anccs lie cause ol right abd justice when it has A word lo sny on behalf of llie boncal business Tlie statement comes ill an opportune time in lhat suspicion grows from whal il feeds on. and we are loo apt Lo judge the general from the particular. To give lhe honest man his due is only becoming. The profiteer wherever he eiists should be rieall with wilhout compunc- tion and given short shrifL But in Ibe indipialion ag.iinsl Ibose who oment for lhe piers will menced by Ccntractor Dickcn. or Vcr- Hie boml were loana rurchasc ai Oio l od y ontractor ccn. o rr- Tenders for ihc bridge closed at consistent nllh. cost of tlie conlrarv, its the liermomo.or Declares HC is Tired Making csan to rise. Friday uioralng a do- Annual Gift of Taxes j elded change noon the sarao day the elass register- ed witb a light wnsl wind blowing. In town It was not nolicc- r o irritalion Thich has sometimes seem-1 cn in extracting all tbey can, tbe honest man Elands lo be in- jured. The Board of Commerce in its official slatement has; Us uses in proleelins lhe honesl merchant from coming under tic slur which bis dlE- ed to amount almost to alienation be- tween the British and a certain polili- cal Eccllon oi the American public- But from my own observation 1 be- lieve that ID be too surface a view of the cape.. II may nol be unfair io honest brother crealcs. The existence. of being able lo supply tbe slan- uanl equipment The CO scholars in atlendanco bavc "uean dtvidei equally bclwcen the livo The Crc-ston of Trado nelled ?153 on Iho trull and vegetable exhibit ii cent for competition al the Cran- brook tall fair :n October. The boxes o! apples were sold and the proceeds given to'those lending the fruit for exhibit, iho board's revenue coming solely from Uie prizes won and afier .paying considerable expense in ship- become so dinned Into our cars lhat in the stnff and placing IL on cxhl- H has become an obses bition. The board of trade had of the Caavoil Ciiv Mr. Ixj'flus declared there had been rejy gooj position, tbe Town Council 1 on Tuesday. HiVa misunderstanding of tbe board's in- j hiving- come lo lhe rescue, and the lion? counts in a manner tbat gives satisfac- tion to the board and Ihose Ihey do business wllh. Several ImprovemenU have neen made and pracllcally a new slair will he on hand for the new year. All will go J--------' YOTiK, Dec. nockcfcller. 3r. has. protested agnlnsl his New York tai on ?5.- OOO.GCO, it "ivns learned today. This Is the second time that Mr. Rockefeller objected lo paying his per.-onal assessment and in lhe present Instance be claims tbat lie been making a giil to the city of taxes on 000 ior romc years. Under the ad- mlnislrallon o[ Mayor Mitchell, Mr. Hockctellcr's personal was raised lo HO.000.000. At (bat time he eworc 'thai bis assessable hnlillni: In tbe city did not exceed "swing in the matter of business, and the carrying out of tbe very best for those who may be palienlfi In JIacleod Municipal Hospital. the lhc men 5looa io consequence. sion on Tuesday night clearing up all nrrears of 191S business so as to have ihs slate clean for the oificers who will be elected to handle th? board at the January meeting. The membcr- Fhip is now largest ever. A feature lo lac annual conclave will bo Business of it does not follow i lfcc haljquet In Dutch lunch fashion that every one of Ihen is out to rook j which a committee consisting of The nubile should now be prepared lo use ils sane judgment and uot be too prone to condemn without substantial viden men ore in tbe fisk gome of llie Irish agilalors. who bave sought the hospitality of Am- erican snores, lo whal cause, which Is precious In Ibe United Slates, ari they loyal? They are loud and leather- longed in their denunciation of Greal They enjoy at.Lhis mnmeni a larger political in Parliament than any olher pan of tbe JJrlllsh They have receiied from tbe Brilish excbeqaer grants emounting lo fl.'iOO.llOO.OOO loaned Lo them on a 3 per cenl. basis lo enable j them lo acquire land of Ireland. All of the great landlords have been bought cut and today Ireland la in a j man is out to protect the good more prosperous tradition than she I ame 0, (bo line of bnsi- orcr been at any lime in history. Less iu wnjch De j, engaged, and the :'Tbc Irish enjoy every advantage 0( tne Board o! Commerce Dermilled to any ciliien of Great Dri- men will ie as its right country where their particular tencls Hlrschtlelfl has given blj dtslra (o go (o the hud ol his Wrtt In under Ihe Tale of Dolshsrlim but when tlit opportunity comes be klcis ai U Th4 iMKm which UlracbfleU (nr- BtakM II a uluUrr one. It itrra to Oai la eplta of tho ellorts of Irtm ttit itylft refonnera lo ImproTO Wr Tbe Canadian dollar is n ils own counlry ng ct> .he vnluo II is regarded border. a "profil" r.iarsd to over d'. Tho choke cherry case alter being choked In Ihc Supreme Court was Blrangleil in Itio provinchl pnllco cocrt. Tho Iruslecs of Ui? School IJoard in adopting free supplies for Ihc. schools aro apparc-nlly Qelermlned lo show a corlalu lady In Iho clly lhat '.Iicy bavo not fallen aplcsp again after they wcro awakened by her, ZA eho avowed DOftK WORKER3' STRIKE OVEK FORT OF SPAIN, TrinUxl, business conditions bav beon resumed hero following Uio sot tlemor.1 of a dock workers' snlpowncrs conceding a Zii per cen Incrcaso In Tho Hrlllsh crula ui condClona lo cr Calcutta la ti6ir In Iho harbor. CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN St. Auquslin's Church, cor. SIK Avt. ind 1Hh SI. 3T. AUGUSTIN'S AND ST. CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED Arnalgamaled Bt. Augualin's and St. Cyprian's Co-.igrceaiion. Celcbrallon o( Holy Commuton at i a.m. and al U o'clock service. Evening. 7.30. Sunday Schuot, 3 p.m. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHBHIDG6 Corner 6th Ave. and 12lh 81, C. Rev. Stanley C. Ripper 517 12lh St. A. EJorlh North Cor. 4tn Ave, and 11lh St. S. Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B.O, Pastor Mr. Claude Hughtr, L.A.B., Choir Master 11 a.m.: 1'latforni mocling. conduct- ed by Ihc laymen. no p.m.: Service in Interests- of Our Youns Peopls. Subjec4: "Climbing the Heinhls." 12.10: Sunrtay School and Rlblc- Clasr- Immeriiately at tbe conclusion of lhe evening service, a special congress llonal niecliiis Is called to consl'lc. a mailer of great Interest lo Ihr. cougrcgalion. Kvery member, ml- hcrcnl. and friend ol Wesley ChMicri cordially invited. To Farmers and Butchers CONSULT A, Wyman Co, of HIDES, PELTS and FURS in any quanl- ily independent o( market conditions. Our extensive connections enable us to pay TOP PRICE in WEAK and STRONG MARKETS. US NOW willi regard lo present conditions before selling your hides. Malins, 11 a.m. Evensonj, 7.30 p.m. Sunday School 3 p.m In c.iurch. Artult Bible Class, 3 P-in. In Parish Hall. fno Krownles meet nt Ihe Parian hall tit 4.15 Tuesday. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. and 5th Stnet S. A. H. Dcnoon, Minister. E. p. Layton, organist and chclr leader 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 n.m.: Klndorgailen Deglnnwa Class. 11' a.m.: Service. 12.15. Big Sisters. 2 p.m.: nig Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 p.m. Evening Service. The pastor will preach al bolh ser- v'ces. PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIQN MISSION 2M 13lh Street North Sunday Morning Service, 11 o'clock. Kvenlng Service. 7.45 o'clock; Tuesday anil Thursday, ft o'clock. Everybody Welcome 520 Slh STREET S, PHONE 442 P. O. SOX 5 A. WYMAN CO. HIDE AND PELT MERCHANTS THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDOE Hev. E. J. Hodglns, B.A., Pastor 1271 Ave) N. Phone 1650 Choir Leader, Mrs. F. Jaekeon. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice. 10 a.m., Hoys' Kept, ot the Sunday School In thn Hull 11 a.m. Morning Service, lhe r "Our Boyt and Olrls." Hoy will parada. 2 o'clock, Heglnnori Prlnliry parlmcnls of Ibc'Sunday School 2 o'clock, OlrlB1 Dcpl. ot the Sunday School In Iho Churr.h. 3.15. Adull Ucpt. of Ibe S. In Iho Church. 7.15: Son5 Service. 7.3u Evening Sc-rvlct, "Drisl by "Mlnule Men." ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Blda-, 6lh Strtel S. nmiayi, pm.: niblfi Stnny. Bundnys, p.m.: Dlblo Stuily. r-rlncirtiiya, Hihle iilu'ly fdllowcil hy praise, prnyer and liniony nccllne. Ai! Wolton-.e. No ColleoUon, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (UNDENOMINATIONAL) Y.M.C.A. Audliorlnm, Sunday, Dec. Hth, at 3 p.m. Speaker: Ilov. II. IX Mnrr, of Uaicary. Kiibjcct: "What lhe Bible ii Dolnj In Soloist: Miss Droohs, II ivniftorno. Come and bring friend. Third Avt. and Ninth St. Rev. F- W. Dafc-c- B.A., Mr. E. Martin, MUE. Director of Choir. Services at 11 a.m. Subject: "Christ. Ian Assinance." Sunday School and Illblo Uias.i at 12.15. Kvenlng Service al 7.SO. "Whal the Bible is Doing In Al- berta." Sons Scrvico, 7.15. A cordlnl Invllallon to ail scrvlccf, SALVATION ARMY Adjul.lnl and Mrt. Johnslone, C.O. Spsclal Salvation Army services he coiiductcil till day tomorrow by Adjntnnt and Mrs. An- nouncemenl ol tho procoedlnm rt Ihr- Vouns People's Conference lo bu held In tills city In November, will bo made by Iho Adlulanl. Sncclnl singing and music bj tic band. Everybody Welcome CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtll, Pallor Car. 3rd Ave. and Blh St. 4. IHble School 10.30. Children fire say- nip; they glad they slarled lo tnn Christian Sunday School. Preaching, Subject: "Dots It PayJ" Bvoilnj; Subject: "Prophesy Concern. Ing the Mei'iiab." All Are Welcome NOTICE Ministers arc Terrilnrtrd that church notices should bo hflnfl- In lieloro six .o'clock Friday lo cnsitro Insp.rtion.' nfl this page goes lo press early fiat- urday morning. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th (treil Subject: "Cod, the Preserver of Man." Sunday School convenes nl lhe closa of lhe Siaiday morning Wtdnnaiy Evening, Tollmaar awv tL I p m. Hie rending room open ntllT ei- eopl Sundays and holldayi. fron 3 10 5 p.m. nhcro Iho Bihli) and author lied Chrlstlnn Sclcnco lllcralura ma; bo read, borrowed or purchased. Thr public Is cordlnlly Invlitd to at lend Ihc church irnlctt, (IM. U tas ;