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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TKff THE LETHBKIUGB DAILY HERALD (WKDHCOTATT, nSBHUAKY X, TOT PETER'S PATIENCE IS REWARDED W. BURGHS How wt-iderfal m ia to think -V BetwMB all lint there is a link. Rabbit. R tf vewtoM. It ki MM of thtnj. In aU UM Great World. Bit miakov tew pcopte ever HM to Itttk of M. Piter Barer kM thoxat at K untH that tor Ht Mddeo by long dMt tnM that htmf orcr Johnny ChMKt baA waichad Reddy VDI watahrnt tor him to oane out of Jafcu? Omsk's toer. For u4 long Reddy tat watching that front door and Ptter Rabbit aat watcblng Reddy Fox. certainly had patlooos. He had a great teal of ft, but Peter had quite ai much. He waa comfortable and nfe then, and he dldnt mind Hitting uttil at all. It wat fun to watch Reddy Vox anowlnc all the tlma that j didn't know be ana Peitr After a lone Haddy ut up a little and raised his head a little higher. He waa looking off across the Green Meadows. H was plain that ae aaw something that interested Sailing .over the Green Meadows was a INW.M.S.-FINE Reddy trot swiftly ntmr place hid filled. Officers HeeM for 1M1 M.Ow- tot Seadra Mrs. Uexntop, wftfl In ere- slrlmjr at BMttnci of the Women's Miulonary Boetaty, Micleod Prexhr- terlal. a able address at the seaakm afternoon in which she velooined the delegates aud spoke of the chaajM that had taken place during the last year as woli ai tha [oat of some valued Men- tioning particularly the laU Mill Bruce. A strong note of mgnai hu run through last year, mid Mn. Me- Killop, citing the increaaed Interest proved la the Tain not only representi dollars and cents, but also united work and energiea, and above all. united prarera. Mrs. Mc- Klllop then went on to discuss the fin- j moei, and the increase from one work- 1 to t.wo hundred, and from to She also .spoke of the cplen did work by the Forward Move- ment, and of the needs In Interces- sion, home religion, and in Once, the trouble was to get the for- eign doors to open; now they are wide open, but the trouble Is to get peoplort, showed the total receipts amount- ed to Jl.256.25. Intercessory Prayer Mrs. Cumberland, of Pincher Creek, gave an excellent address on inter- cessory prayer, saying that all prayer is more or less intercessory, and that {prayer should not be purely personal, but should Include others, just aa Christ interceded for his followers. nine o'clock last night completely de- Mrs. Cumberland gave many intereat- In the absence of Mrs. Allan, Mrs. _- McClenaghan read her excellent pacer aod listen, hlj black ears cocked for- estimated at J1.600. The operations on the need of help ureine that the .v, v--------. ,..._ ,----------'more trivial duties be put aside and more time devoted to the work of God. She shoved the need for faithful- fled by Fire Chief Hardy, who hafl ness, the opportunities that are to be summoned from the mine. Fire seized in the strangers' departments Piter began to grow anxious. Danny fighting apparatus was taken to the the Mission bands and tho auxiliaries for a long time didn't move. He was waiting and watching for Danny Mead- ow Mouse just as he had waited and watched for Peter. with. Officials of the company rere nott- was down there under the snow some- east side of the river and a hose put where and, of course, he didn't know over to the west bank, where the about Reddy Fox. If he should come burning bulldlnfs were situated, up out of one of his little round holes i Before the city apparatus arrived and other departments. A short discussion followed on the need for members attending strictly on.time, and the need for the prompt in the onow he would be watching for the mine's hoie was playing on the sending'of reports Roughleg, but would he think to look fire and had dons a great deal to get I Mlas Paterson gave a splendid solo i Peter wanted the nre. under control. With the com- and a very attractive demonstration' .._, _. 'vfas given by tha young girls of the Mission Baud. The following officers were elected: Honorary President, Mrs. McClure; President, Mrs. McKillop; First Vice- President, Mrs. Brj-ans; Second Vice- President, Mrs. Allan; Secretary, Mrs. more anxious. Finally he saw Reddy "Oh, he's caught cried Peter. Dauny, but there was no way to. So bined assistance of the city's appar- Peter watched grew more and atns the boiler house and compressor were saved. If these had been de- stroyed interruption in the operation of tha -mine would have occurred. But Reddy Fox began to dig franti-1 Officials of the company this morn- cally In the _ snow and Peter sighed ing did not know whether tho fire cried Peter, hugging himself for joy.' ________ Tor a few minutes Reddy made the: ered by insurance. By. Then he stopped and stood, I listening. At last he looked back at The first negro woman to be a can- the blacksmith shop or Stewart; Treasurer, Miss Harrison; the washroom. The buildings are cov- Messenger Secretary, Mrs. Griffith; Supply Secretary-, Mrs. W. A. Gordon; Literature Secretary, Mrs. McClena- dldate for alderman in the Chicago Johnny Chuck's house as if uncertain whether to return there to resume his city council is Mrs. Lulu M. Sims. She watch for Peter. Apparently he de- is a candidate in Ward Fourteen, once It would be a waste of time and the stronghold of the late Roger C trotted oft toward the Old Sullivan, noted Democratic leader. Your Cough will be Better After the firrt day's treatment with Ta And the cough will keep on getting better and better until -almort .before you, realize jl-it will eared completely. OFTAR up those r-rehevei Arthraa, Bronchitis and away all irritation in the throat OIL hacking NiHenl Drsj ud Cheaica] COMMIT Cuada li-aJ YOUR DUTY TO YOURSELF IS TO SAVE The man with a Savings Account need never worry over the future. Saving, backed by determination, is one of the noet satisfying habits to acquire. A Savings Department at every branch of The Royal Bank of Canada Total Reionrces Lethbridge Branch K. K. MacKay, Manager. Branches alao at Migrate, Cardston, and Taber. ghan; Strangers Report, Mrs. Bertles; Home Helpers, Mrs. Fisher; 'Mission Band Secretary, Mrs. Deuoon. Supper was served to all delegates, members of the Presbytery, hostesses, and to all members of the Missionary Society, after which a very interesting evening session was held. Evening Session "This Is the physological time for taint; too far and develop It out of proportion to its value. Times of mat- erial prosperity have always been those of greatest danger to Christ- ianlty. The life of the church de- pends upon its being missionary; without solne great challenge It may die of the natural law of atrophy, The second great call is the number of foreigners in our land. In the three prairie provinces there are between 40 and 45 per cent, of the people that are non-British and no higher in their standards than nations that have never known Christianity. The time will come when the non-British people will out-number the British speaking and if we cannot assimilate them as they come there will be as many small groups, with no co-heslon as in the European nations, and we will have their problems. An educational policy will but the Christian spirit is also needed. If we delay It may be too late. They are coming by the thousands, and if we do not lift them up, they will drag down. Encouraging Asptett The speaker then went on to sound a note of encouragement, showing the deep need of Spiritual religion which the Christian alone Is able to supply. The changes in these foreign lands Capt. W. M. Harris in Command of Alberta i Regiment Lethbridge will have another peace military unit, W. M. Harris announc- ed this morning. This will be a com- pany of the 31at Battalion, Alberta Regiment, which is under the com- mand of Lieut.-Col. Nelson Spencer, D.S.O., Medicine Hat. Captain W. II. Harris will be in command of the Lethbridge company, with the rank of major. Captain Har- ris Rogers, M.C., of Orion, Alberta, will be second in command and other offlcert connected with the company will be Lieutenants W. H. Hale, W. Lowe and W. H. Warren, of Coaldale. These officers have been appointed but a place is yet to be selected for quarter stores and ciub rooms. This will be done in the nea'r future and recruiting will start in a week's time. The strength of the company, ranks, will be 118. HOW BELIEF FOB VETS IS GXANTED No one receiving relief through the channel offered by tho provincial labor bureaux can take advantage of the teu thousand dollars granted the G. 'W. V. A. by the provincial govern- ment for relief, said Thomas Long- worth, president of the local Q. W. V. A. this inorning. This money Is for clase Al men. All .category men are being looked after through the labor bureaux. The ten thousand dollars will go to men of the Al class who are not working. Forms will soon be rn Lethbridge for this new source of relief. No one can re- ceive relief from the two sources. ASPIRIN "Bayer" is only Genuine 'Warning! Unless you see the narae "Btyer" on package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin at all. In every Bayer package are for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheu- matism, Earache, Toothache, Lumba- go and for Pala. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug- gists also sell larger packages. Made in Canada, Aspirin Is the trade mark (registered in of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidester 6t _ _-. tha greatest effort in said; have been marvellous. At oca time Rev. Wilkinson of Pincher Creek, I the wish was for tha open door into who addressed the gathering, going I them, now they are beseeching young on to prove the urgency of missions, but also sounding a note of optimism in his remarks. Rev. Wilkinson went on to give two great causes proving the need of mis- men to enter. As an example he cited the meeting of world's Sunday school convention that was held In 1920 In Tokyo. The sentiment against the liquor traffic and tils prison reform that Is taking place, mates us feel the Riona. Most people agree they ought _ .________ to bo interested in missions and push j world Is not growing worse. Another the work, yet people are not suffic-llOO pears as "great as the last 100 lently alive to the need. To be disin- would make us come near perfection. terested ia the work is an inditement on our own experience as the most natural impulse is to wish to com- municate our experiences into others' lives. The call for missionaries used to be urged by the immorality and superstition prevailing among the heathen nations. Today that is more a thing of the past for these people are studying In our universities and being taught to break down heathen roligion and temples. Now agents of anarchism and Bolshevism are at work, not only among the illiterate but among the teeming millions o[ the Orient. Japan, it has been said, re- gards Germany as her idol among nat- ions, and we have soon what happens when great industry is unaccompanied by the spirit of the cross. All nations arc looking for delivery. If Christ- ang do not pre-empt the ground and ay a foundation for a more righteous i civilization, others will lay the stones. The call is too close to realize its magnitude. Money Wasted in Sports Mr. Wilkinson then went on to speak of the enormous amounts that had icen spent on sport that was of no lenoflt, sometimes Injurious. ColIOB- al auras are paid to men prominent n the field of sport, huge amounts were being wasted in prize fights and and Christian men are drift- ng into them npt seeing their harm. Mr. Wilkinson said ho ffld not con- dnmn sport, It Is of value, but! condemned tS: to carry ttS There is abundant reason for gratitude and confidence in looking toward the future. Mr. Wilkinson spoke of great willingness of the ladies to asxume responsibility In this work, enabling tho men to get oat of It with only donations, so that they do not have the benefit and enthusiasm coming from a closer study of missions. He urged more coordination between the men and women of 'He congregation. Tier. Capt. Denoon presided at the meeting, the Bible reading being given by Dr. Ferguson of Calgary and a by Mrs. K. W. Reickie. Prank Stull, a farmer, fined at St. Catharines for breach, of the Ontario Temperance Act. Backache v Demonstration SHIEID Put up by Campbell, Wilson Home. Ltd, and dem- onstrated by MISS GOFF. TEA, COFFEE, BAKING POWDER, EXTRACTS, SPICES, JELLIES All ladies are invited to call and learn about these superior lines any time this week (till 6 o'clock Satur- A McKillop Company ;