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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News fcetbbriofld Ifoeralb All The Local Where You Expect It THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1919 SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALUKnTA. SECOND SECTION GESEVEN IT MM ON 111 OARS AI1S III Stirring Appeal For Greater Vitality Urged. Speakers At I'orvrard Movement Convi'iiiiou To give expression to the vitality ol Iho faith that wo profess, to ccaso narking tliiio and to push forward hi making Christianity Ihc vital forcrj the }lta -of JiiJivJdual with Us reflex on the llfo ol tho nation, was the message delivered by llev. C. Mc- Laurlti and Captain Robert Pear- ion In tho cull to arms Bounded nt Wesley, Hall on Wr-rlncrday nJsM Jn iho Inter-Church Forward Movement. proRress. II nad Its rSae In tho days of Ibe Conslcnllne. wllii Jo rllno Mill iolloived. 11 rtise acaln vrlth I BANK CLEARINGS llink clearings Tor the week endlDg today were acalnjt ror the ccr- v responding a year -'j no authority to compel one to give any d eel red Jn lor ma I Ion not, sure, deter anyone from belns alfab'e 11 h OIK'S L '.Yilh lUt'tn, especially in the reformation, and ooco more d7-1 view of llic cbjerl for they cllncd, with iV-3 awakening CAuseJ jstrnc.__________________ liy pilgrim Fathers. followed another decline, with the. rlso of inon with a new spirit, like Wesley, caus', ,_ inE a Breai r-vival. There llic 10 NHI1 U tlmo now for the keynote of cvange- lllwl lv ITU n lisni, -Tilth each one taking an inter- est In the spiritual welfare- of Ills neighbor. The spirit of Christianity full unless Impelled by' spiritual Judge Jackson Gives Judgment in Gnimapfione Cuse in Favor of Music Co. u-ll power. Rev. CapL Pearson It was now a time lur lakin.? slock. Judgment in Ihe of ihe Afislni- liola Music Co. Oscar Ma'.Eon bas played, to which the 11-lcceJ ay m pa the. Lie imprest, lila honor epparcnliy allowed lor iho musical tastes of the defendant in (jivlnj; iiru ihe liberly ot cboozing his own re- cords to the auKidtu of ?2o from ihos? bought, and aifco to ensure lhat Ihr-r? would be DO fault with tho which was one ot llic rai.-e-l A. II. Hogs fur the plain- tirr, and J> ELu-u for ilii? deLcud- ant. SALVATION ARMY .XMAS ENTERTAINMENT Tho Salvaloa Army Is planning a Appointed Counsel for Big Cor-lpfcone, wiih for -.he a to loivlco, for the obligations of stewanl- SSIHSSSS ejj iTovcmcnt, to carry-out Ihc Rreat Jrlnclplcs o[ righteousness, irrespect- ive- o[ religious denominations, hy Iroaklng tho narrou- boundaries Hint ionrtncd them, in the aim of Christ- lens first acid churchmen second. Rev. McLaurin Tho Hcv. Mclj.'uirm omphasized "the Jlceil of evangelism the Individual taken by Christ nearly years io make the Jiving Christ. Ihe personal ano bad to be completed. There .was thrist In touch wilh ilic individual the mission io ECO this completed aii'l foul. Tins tho essence of the it called Cor trained leadership In Move-ment. It wag not so (tic Church. reforms vtis Ihe church. In doing work of Us Master, U was Ihc force Iliat eradicated evjl. Without the elinreh society liecomo sordid and sclf-sockiDg; what was needed was (bat society should throw Itself heart and EOU! into facing and over- coming HID problems wilh -which It was laced. The great mission undor- poration lit Cheerful Salary chofoe of v.-nlcti was ivhole claim amounts! in Thi- i the pnv Tbls was the case In wliii codings of llic court v.-fro by tlio strains of the erain-ditlioiic play- ro cd in conn. BO that IMF honor (mild j-1 USQ his sense ot uiusi' Mr. Joseph Donovan, lawyer of ona, who has been a. resident there for the. past two and a half vears Is ?r music a5 "certain- IcavIiiK the town to take up a position v-liemcr- Iho instrument cap. in Boston to which he lias liceu 1 ou z, aud o her foul. Tin Forward io ask oursc-lve.s what tho Movement meant .IB lo re- In the irorlc occasioned war, said Captain Pearson, iliac thai (here is a possibility to lost sight of that in the fact pointed ns counsel for a large ll poral'on In that city at n salarv oflf'J "Jat Jt s cnJetil. 1 In addition to W, l-v tontFl.0 concision Hut H was 'a? il should Le and that ir, ai least fillod the bill in meeting v.'iih the popular craze which ll denoted in quarter of !limh in making tho vital Christian Cross, In women's sewing circles, and tffe prevail. Whatever we think of Jin patriotic work. iL vras the members llio movement H is not lo Le consiil- Jof Ihc church who took the leading rrPd a money nnkins one as n man fn 'part in ttir.m. The. appeal was, new .vJinohlon hud salrl. It was a serlouc lhat these activities wcro over, for siistafcc to thluk that llic raising of _men nnd women'to carry on Ihe wort nancy was llic first consideration, ft ,'jf the church.'He proceeded lo show lira's only Etcundary in aiding the tint Ihe leaden; of each dctnonination movement. atlcr inlensifying thu work lor Kic'r Signs of Declension mvn particular denomination had 50'; The Forward Movement ivas ncces- jtogcthrr anO agreed lint united ef- iu rii.-ii. inure of lorl Vi'ss in carrying cat (ht rteclpiiFion in the rhurch n tend- 'gnat work of ihe church as a whole, nicy to rest on Us oars. It was limu jjti the estimation of what would be lo take stuck; lhat was what was 'gained by united efforL. H WTS aii the heginning of tho Xcver jntltmpt in the Forward Movement to ir.ns Uicro a time in which Christian- jmake Ihc Individual work of each di liy _liad made such strides as if has innminp.tion more perlccL tt tho (ircscnt. In the records ShortEgerpf thu mission field showed. Con- Caivtaln Pearson dwelt on U.e im rorls lo ChriFtlanily had been large, parlance of in Ihc tLCpcnlDi; KRVCT was Clirlstlanlty EO great u ClmsLian o-isi- ol every [orce. as It is now, hut .-.vheii we come spiritual movement Tvas.prayer. Thnre lo make a pcrsoiiftl comparison of the of men to our lives -with those of the past, BS leatlErti.' juEL'as ivere cannot hut perceive 513115 .of tleclcns- [i ,in Ion. There 'arc clenionts v.-hieh nrclfoc life. Ho trying lo rend the power of Christian met leaders oJ churctfjs lallii. There a sbortace of men and when.asHed If .their" pilEaioii was In tlie mission field; ihls was a filjn- lo gel recruits for tho tTrnirch. Ihey Df dcclcnsJDii. There- was the non-al- hail lold it wag their mission to tendance in church of the great ma- hold the recmll. This was ncede-l. In jorily of Ihc people, of Alberta. Xcnr- that out of S5 nf the So divinity slritl- ly Iwo-thinl'i o[ 1ho people of the of Queen's 1'nive.rsMy vho hail province. It was said, never entered enlisted, of the 15 who returned only K church. There a lack of nt- thrc-a expressed their intention of re- lendnncc at thu Sunday Schools, nine 'uj-iiiiiuE with (he ministry. There va., out of ten of the children of Alberta ihn nsprct the poor pay of tlio Aid not attpml these. There was a ministry, but lo BO into 11 men sho.iM decline of prayer muclinss as com- realize lhat religious work called for piircd lo what were held in the sacrifice. This was the Tight spirit, days. The family altnr was nnglectcd. 'though, at tho same lime it was Thurc was a uhortage in recruits for sury (hat there should bo the ojipor- the ministry. All Ihrso were signa tnnlly for providing for.old. whsn of declension In the church which Iho i'i man was iiicnnacllatcd for further Forward Movement was intended to work. Mr. Donovan farmed section In Itarons. Mr. is a graduate of Har- vard fn arts and law and was a mem- ber ot the Stale Assembly of Massnch- Ile fame west about five years ago and wtnt into firming near Urooks, this occupation to enter the lair offices of LciuRheed, Ueonett. and Co. in Calgary. On ac- count of his exceptional educational attainments he was adtnltied to the Alberta bar without During their residence in Darons. Mr. anil Mrs. Donovan made themsel- i vcs very popular and Into the patriotic nnd other activities of the town. Mr. Donovan Icarcs the west with much regret, having-, as he says, enjoyed every minute-, of his Elay here. His wife's health 15 the reason for his leaving. been handed down liy iijs Honor fine Christmas tniertnlnmcnt nnd Judge Jackson. In keening with the Christmas irce to be held In ihc, Cii- niatler In hand, it was short and adol oti DeccuiLer 2Cth at "i.30 p ni. consisting of half a dozen bais J. IJ. llivera will preside and the iu liie way of typewritten lines. In' folloirlng program will bo filvon: the Judgment the plaintiff wins, Opening the Ilemlil fftnrtant having to pay ihe Maim in full Congregation, fur the purchase of iho Siwr grama-1 Y. P. S, M. Muudy. Chairman's remarks. 'Ti3 Xmas Alice Maflrtlck. Vocal Hardy and Annie Alexander. Ksrrclse enlltlcd "God Is small girls. Baud. Plovvcr Ktla Johnslone. Piano AVray. Shall Never Pass Hardy. Vocal J'raync- aud Margaret Hardy. Christmas Annie Alesauiler. Saturday ESS the last big fsrinigJitly pay before Chrisfmas, and from all the Herald can learn it wlll be the largest on record as the mines here took on many new men the latter part of I a it month. Altogether it Is estimated that the 1700 men lounected Vi'lth the mines of thi vicinity will draw down on Saturday, whiie many times ihat amojnfc Band. HarK-ll Rirls. Thought" Hardy. Saota Claua and Presents. (ijjil Hive the King. Pnor lo the program ihcrc will bfl a junior enrolment of some "5 boys ami n'rh. will be put In circulation through- out the rest of the field. In addition the C. P. R. mid- month payroll on thl3 division Is being distributed this week. Owing to the rush of freight and the cold w-ather, the number of freight employed on the division Is as large as ever di r- Ing the big wheat seasons. Easily in pay rolls will be paid out In the city thfs week, it Is estimated. This, taken with the good weather and the better conditions of the roads allowing Ihe rural population to come to the city, Is making for the heav- iest Christmas shopping week In the history of Lethbrldge. The extreme cold of the past two had put a damper on pre-Christmas shopping but the next week promises to mah- 'ip for it. nib'." Lars ol "K very body's In 'ho variety of the Jnzt- units M IARLOW'S EAT ARKET SPECIALS FRIDAY Fresh Herring, 3 Ibs. 25c White Fish, per Ib. 15c Halibut, 2 Ibs. 45c .1 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 KIRKBY'S SPECIAL FOR Friday and Saturday LOOSE CHOCOLATES, Per Pound...... TWO DAYS ONLY ALGO WE STILL SELL 2 Ibs. Libby's Mince Meat................ 55c 40 ib. box Ho sky Crabapples.............95c 3 Ibs. Raspberry Jam. Special Baker's.......70c Ihs. Compound Lard..........., 2 Ibs. Cranberries.........-............. 35c Brick Ice Cream; Vanilk Flavor............ 20c Maple 25c- KIRKBY'S 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL NEXT WEEK MAKE YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EASY BY FOLLOWING KERR'S DAILY STORE NEWS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED on Turkish Figs, per OUC ib................f.. l Taragon Vinegar, per doltfc Almond Paste, genuine, per Ib Lobster Paste, per tin hibbv's MInca Meat, 2pkgs Jap Oranges, per remedy. The sinker rolafeil the inci fler.t tif n. minister In Calgary Importance or Mission Field or Ihe Importance oC the aflor n "Wednesday prayer meeting, 'in-'ssion Meld, Cnp'ain Pearson :ounlcil. as he stotrl on Iho corner .llial ono of tho addresses the In- KiKlith Arcntic and Fourth Street iduslrlal Consrcss In Calgary, ns ot hh congrcEa'ion nppealed (o him thnl nf coming from the theatres as wcra at Caplaln Robert Do HIT on foreign had ft largo trafle, Ihc prayer The fashion in Uade. Captain praying appeared to have declined experience of that o' punching had taken its place, i though lie was not referring to Meed for Evangelism [mission field in Itself, he spoke ot There was need of the intense Chris- III e wonderful help M hnd given to [Inn life, (he hrinjing- c[ ChriPtfanlly Ithc development of (rado In Into the home HTc. ivith the making'ihe opening or the minds or the of Chrislhniiy an jptoplc they vrerc concerned with. There of rral nnd not form- Tho concluded lila address el rpirlluflllty for prnducinp real re-jby attention to the doing iuM-s. Jlcforrlnj; (n (lie iranl of re- jaivay of tho old military orfer ot cmilT fnr ihe ministry, MIR llcv. Mt- jriiarklnp lime. He applied this to tho l.niK-ln Kurt lhat In Ihc Prcsliylerlau Forsvanl Movement. Thero was work church they were ES5 shorl. in the 1 not only lor tho Individual congrcga- church 2lfi, m .the IlapllsL ,llon out for the There was r.nurrh 123. In liio way we regard 'need of leadership, Jn the spirit ol stork. The history of Chris- the leaven leavencth the whole Linns, we aro mnhln? cnir.icKca a lomp. with the vision of what Is to slock. The history ot Vhrls- como [brotigli the powcir of the know- lianlty wag not entirely one of steady ledge of Jeeus Christ. Why Gamble? With your homo and its fur- nishings. Drop In nny furniture store anil eec what it cost you lo replace your furniture. Then call ua for "cnuugh in- i Eurance lo replace in cnse lire docs come. THE E'DGETT AGENCIES Ltd, Balmoral Block, Lclhbrtdga PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS Christmas 'is Ice Cream Day "We want ovcry ono (n Lethbrlogo lo haves Ic? Croain on Chrislmaa Day. Fill out the coupon In Ihe Herald, Saturday. Dccimbsr 20th. Thone ua tor special orders. lcc Cream [3 a dcliclou.4 dish. It is one of the Lest of foods. It Is a cheap food. Crystal Dairy Limited A CITY SURVEY fly the llolamna and Churches of the City. (By HOY. J. McCa.fcry, A years ago, alter the federal census lakers had completed '.heir canvass ot the .Dominion, coinplntnla were hcanl on all sides, "niit more c.v pcrially In the larger centres, de- nouncing the inicrurncy ol (he result- ant figures. Lclhhridgc was no ex- ception and heartily Joined in (ho chorus ol discontent, FO mnrh ?o, that the chief executive ol ihe city ordore'd n police census taken up Innncdfntcly oi) lop of the letleral rcchniiing. This, nt least, sccrccrt to give satlEfactlon loyally since It cre.lilctl us ulih a greater population than wai recorded Itio olriclal figures, but even EO isnil r.riil fact that It was r-nlliTly IJjI-i .srlf-jusllflca'Jon Rnrvftil no very crcul vnrpoic. Now, Ihc present project of a cily .svirvpy IK not exactly a census (ilumgti 1( to so'.j'-c cxtcnl, jiarlakc of tho nature of one) Fincc It dees Jiot pretend lo embrace a full mid exhaustive com pilnllon nt man, ivoman and >vho makes lliia city tilhcr a temporary or permnncnl homo. Tn tho first placo, of Iho two elements that liavo comlifncd lo thl.i fiurrcj', one, I lies Hotary (Mub, cnconi only children tin! Agca of eight to eighteen, while Iho other, Iho religious forces of Ihe city, peek to obtain Information RB to the chiirch-aCfillalloii ot ill ot whatever ngo over eight years, Tho ohject of ihe nolaritvns la essen- tially humanitarian In keeping with their motto, "Service to nil." That of fno churches, ns ]g cvIdcnl, Is spiritual because (hey seek a belter and more Inlhnale contact with iho ChrlsHan clement of tliG community ns '.veil as to extend IhcJr sphere of upllR lo olher.q .whom they mar por- sundo of Mielr good Jnlcnttons and wish to help them. These combined forces have set the ZGlli of the ciirrenl monlli as the dale of llioir under taking1, hoping (a coni- plcto It Jn one day. Aside from flio Hotarlanp, they have entitled Iho ser- vires of a corns of canvassers (a de- signated number from each denomina- tion) who will put Ihla thlng'oTcr, It Is a big undertaking both from tho point of view of the worlc enlallcd and from tho beneficial rcsuUa desired. Naturally, they bcsiicnlt (he generous every responsible per- son in Iho nnd look for n welcome antl a willing response of every one whom they upproach. The fact Ihnl tho services of thcsfi cnnvnasorj Is offercrt volnnlarlly and lhat Uicy have Parisian ivory Hair Brushes We overbought last year. You can buy from us an extra good brush 20% cheaper Irian if we had bought this year and they are advancing in price rapidly. Xmas Crackers and Decorated Paper Will not last long. Get yours now. frfrp Frank Hedley Drug Co. TAXES Taipayers nrc reminded (hat Ihe LAST DAY (or tailing ndvanUgo of Iho scheme of jiayincnt whereby Iho 1919 laios and inlcros: only on at-rcaro may lio lo obviate Tax Silo proceeding! IS DECEMBER THE 31st. A discount ol Sis Tercenl. on current year's taxes Is available for payment In December. A Tax Sale must lie advertised after Ihc encl o: tho 'year. H. Wra. MEECH, City Assessor. Business Is Exceeding Our Expectations nnd we aro pleased llic people eMen nith ua Appreciate Our Economical Service nrc IryliiE lo Improve Ihc elliciency of our service. SILVER GRILL N. H. MURRAY MANAGER CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET Z5C Peas, l.ibby's Fancy elfL- cd. per ...T....... Acadin Strip Codfish, o r ]iure boneless, per JuC Shredded Codfish, n high grade 'Eclo Tor Fish Calls, EK-., 2 pkgs.......... rtipo Olives, tin. t Spanish Cluster A. per 55r, and DUC half yiant'bed Ahio'ndE, t par Calllotnia Figs, per Ih................... California Figs, 20c and Tomato Soup, large lln, each........ California. Cluster Ilnis- ins. per Ib.......... (TiirninlR, fireclau. per Ib. Currants, Aus trail R, 2 Ibs. Cut Pcclfrl Ib. boxes, each Canned Apricots, No. 1 size, each.......... Goodwlllles1 Raspberries, in glass, Special this Gho'raraellL's Ground Chocolate, per lln. 30c JDC 65c 50c 21 c GEO. KERR CO. FAMU'.V 'GRO'CERS PHONES: 1453 1365 Something For The Wee Tots To Cuddle The children make a friend of ihe Teddy as long as childhood lasts. -Happy memories cling lo the grown ups and I he-old How they did love their teddy. Teddy Bears u to cuddle up and keep warm in the bed clothes. An ideal gift for the children. The price is so as you can buy one. DELIGHT THE KIDDIES AT The Twentieth Century Book Store Phone 613 514 Fourth Avenue PURE, RICH MILK Our milk tesls exceptionally high and is pasteurized. The pasteurization lempcraUiro ot milk is HZ degrees held for 30 minutes, Our bottles are washed In soda and then scalded at cv teuipeniluro ot 150 degrees In clear water.- Therefore tho milk is pure and the bolllea thoroughly slbi'llbcd. THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Cream, Hall Pint.................. I5c Whipping Cream, Half Pint.................20c BUSINESS 19 INCREASING DAILY Deliveries lo all parls ct Iho clly. Norlh ward deliveries in the afternoon, Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd, PHONE 1929 ;