Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL THE LOCAL HIWi WHERE TOQ EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTI LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY LbTHHIUUGU. 4.LBKHTA, PAGE SEVEN PRESBYTERY CALLS FOR AN EARLY SETTLEMENT it Be For Or Anything to Put End to Uncertainty The meetings of tho Macleod Pres- bytery, which were in lull swing In Knnx church, Lothbrldge, when the Iloralcl went to press yesterday, only broke up last night on the stroke of midnight, when every item of busi- ness on a very bis docket was satis- factorily disposed of. The gathering from somo of_______ bly committees was exprewed and duly recorded for transmission to the supreme court of tbe ffhvreh. and abundant evidence was that tbe west does its own thinking and not mean to have Its own special con- ditions and requirements Ignored. Church Union This Independence of Judgment wai strikingly shown tn an overture to Assembly on the union question, pro- posed by Rev. Capt. Muncaater, sec- onded by Rev. Capt. Denoon, and car- ried with one dissentient. This over- was a record one Inasmuch as every jure refrained from pa-ilnr opinion uoncregatlon within the "bounds" on the final decliton, fcut urged on represented cither by its own minis-1 the forthcoming Assembly that it ter and elder or by [should put an end to the present per. some official of the church who could; i0d of which is prolong- speak with authority, both in regard j tng. unrest and hampering the actlyi- to the condition of the work and the ties of all the negotiating churches. sentiment of the people about the big questions that are right in front of the church at tills important juncture. The Church 2nd Women's Activities Of the morning and afternoon ses- sions of the Women's Presbyterial, LOCAL LAW STUDENTS PASS PART OF FINALS Tile reaults of the examination! (or final yiar students-at-law conducted by the Benchers of the Law Society covering the first half of the Anal year course hare now bsen passed OD by the education committee, and are made public through Charles F. Ad- ams, K.C., the The following candidates of local acquaintance have been granted a paas on their first finals: Douglas W. CobbUdlek, (Lymbnm ft Edmonton. Chauncey B. Snow, Jr., (D. H. El- Lethbrldge. Hugh B. Brown, (2. W. Cardston. The second or remaining half of the final examinations will be written in the usual way In April next and the prizes, Including the society's 1921 gold medal will not be awarded until after the results of both the first and second dual have been passed on. Key. T. D. Jones, of the United Church gave tho boys a talk on "The Elements of True Suc- cess In Life." Boys' Community Council and Boys' Work Board Will Co-operate The Home Ml sion activities, which' ehe present writer can say little, ex- were luciuiy explained In tbe detailbd C8pt that he was struck with the mem- report of the Homo Mission conven- bers in attendance, the obvious ear- er, Rev. Captain Denoon, showed ex-1 neatness of those who gathered, and uellent progress, and arrangements; the delightful fact that Mrs.. McKillop made to turn to best account the! was again called to occupy the presi- _ none too adequate supply of mission- dent's chair. At the evening banquet Local Wholesalers Hosts This a pleasing feature was an address' from Rev. Dr. Ferguson, superintend- ent of home missions, whose own un- wearying zeal has done so much to place women's work in Us present Further Organization aries available for 1921. The erection of tho beautiful new church at Card- ston, which is to be dedicated next week, was a matter of legitimate con- gratulation.- That in hard times, and f__________ with building materials and labor at enviable position throujhouTthe Pres- their present price, the church should: bytery and the province. More than have seen its way to erect an artistic ever, he said, the church was looking no ____ and convenient new buildlns at a cost i to women to assume responsibility In afternoon was spent in pro- of some speaks volumes for the church, and to more than make up: ParinS committees and today discus-; j Thursday morning will be tie big of the blacksmith's eonyentlon Proceeding in the it. P. Hall, the devotion of ilev. Mr. Ayiward and j fhe loss of the I Ills psonls, anil for the. progressive r war years, spirit of the church, and the best fea- ture of tho case is that the new build- ing will be opened practically free from debt. The New Moderator Rev. D. K. Allen of Coleman was elected, to the Moderator's chair In succession to Mr. J. D. Hlginbotham, on the motion of Rev. Cant. Muncas- ter of Nobleford, and seconded by Rev. A. C. Bryan of Taber, won gold- on opinions by his excellent conduct of the business of the court, and by his modest and gracious address at ,the evening banquet tendered by the ladies of Knox church to the Presby- tery and to the members of the Wo- men's Missionary Society assembled for their presbyteitol. If Mr. Allen's activities have hitherto been mainly devoted to the extreme wes't end of the area of the Presbytery, all South- ern Alberta is likely to be the better for the vigorous .supervision he will this year give to the church's work In his large diocese. Presbytery and Asaambly A feature of the meetings was the vigorous and democratic review of the "results" sent down by the General Assembly at Ottawa to the presbyter- ies for their opinion. Prank dissent SPECIAL For Tomorrow JELlTROLL 1 roll 20c 2 ..........35c KIRKBY'S BOY AND GIRL WILL TELL WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE THEY LOVE All High school boys and any young men in the tity are invited to matters private to the members of the craft. Wednesday night they will be taken by the whole- salers to the hockey game, after which they will be tendered a banquet in the. Silver Grill. j Efforts were made at the convention' Wednesday morning to Influence Indiv- idual members of the provincial body in March a "rather and Son Week" will bo stajed in Lethbrldgc through the co-operation of the Boys Community Council and the Boys Work Board. As guests of the Boys Work Board the members of the Boys Community Council, met with the members of the board at luncheon in the y.M.C.A. Tuesday night. Sixteen members of the Boys Community Council were present, in clwllng representatives from Coaldalo and Chin and mentors from Coelhurs and Carmangay. Carl Sandquist mayor of the council, conducted the business of (he council. Members of the Boys' Work Board compliment ed the boys on the manner in which they transacted their business. No conclave will be held at the end of this month. This was decid ed on so that nothing would interfere with the "Father and Son Week." The monthly Tuxls conclave held last Saturday night in the Y.M.C.A. was well attended and was a success all the way. The Ducea, of the Unit- ed La Premiere Square of Coaldale carried off the honors in the evening's competitions. The attendance reach- ed eighty-five and representatives were there from Knoi and Wesley Coaldale, Chin and Car- mangay. The following officers were elected for the meeting Saturday night: Grand Pretor, James Denoon; Grand Deputy Pretor, Allan Ridpath; Grand Scrlptor, Rollin C. Snyder, of Carman- gay; Grand Comptor, Donald Baldwin, of Coaldale; Grand Mentor, Mr. Bradley. Noon Day Lunch Club, Wednesday, Jom tocanearest otbem Every of the provincial association at 6.30 for supper. Bring your lady friend with you. should be a member of a local. Owing to some difficulties that have come up In the past an organizer will r. nl j. "F au ulgttuiMjr W1U Dr. Stewart will address the club D8 sent ,Bto tne territoI7 COTBrell Dy e ared Also I b been the Dldsbury local. An organlier will he considers the Ideals a boy should have for an Ideal girl, and girl will give a talk on what she con- aiders the ideals tor an ideal bay should he. local, Mountain Honse Mayor Robert Mtisgrove, after SS yeara' connection with the town coun- sat ra ashrams go to the hockey game and root for i Lethbridge. The club meeting will be over by 8 o'clock. cec WOMEN are learning to "come out of the Kitchen" with- out losing any of their whole- some womanly qualities. If your wife has had a good business training you are just that much farther along the road toward owning your own home and suc- ceeding In your life's work. Students may enter our School at any time. Day School. Night School. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. KEEP ON READING MR. EDUCATOR'S TALKS How I Keep in Good Health The man who neg- lects his health will fail just as the man. does who neglects his busi- ness. Nearly every business execu- tive from Charles M. Sch.wab, the million-dollar-a-year man, to the fellows just inside the in- come tax law have made this statement. truth is recog- nized. If your body is weak, the cause will be found in an Interference with the transmission of nerve impulse to some organ. The chi- ropractor by his adjustments re- moves that pressure, and Na- ture, being then free to act nor- mally, restores health. Just now chiropractic adjust- ments are restoring health to lufferera from such seasonable diseases as coughs, coldl, bilious headaches, lung ailments, kidney derangements and lore throat. ACT TODAY NO CHARGE Consultation It without charge er obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH A SMITH 106 Sfceriwk 1177 did 1441. O. BOX MO PtJONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 64 Acadia Building til Third Avenue South BREAD LIKE MOTHER'S Who Is there that doesnt like a good piece of Bread, if it Is made with the right flavor and in a sanitary way? QUAKER BREAD is, and It's to your liking. It has met with wide favor and will please you just as it has pleased others. It's good it looks. John Gi'morc Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Braid. PHONE 378. ORGAN RECITAL WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH FRIDAY, FEB. BY DR. J. E. HODGSON, F.R.C.O., CALGARY ASSISTED BY MRS. E. F. LAYTON........................... SOPRANO MR. FREDERICK BLACKBURN LYRIC TENOR General Admission DOORS OPEN AT 7.15 P.M. RECITAL AT 8.00 P.M. Major Jack Ross Chapter, L o. D. E. MASONIC HALL On THURSDAY, FEB. 3rd BLUE BIRD ORCHESTRA. REFRESHMENTS SERVED. TICKETS 1140 EACH. Anyone wishing invitations, ptone Half of the of this dance will be given to tin Navy HEREATIP1 crowd will not arrive in Lelhbrldge until seven o'clock Wed- nesday night, according to the time table announced by the C. P. R.. tor Mobile Affairs Must Go Says City Are New Regulations It has been decided that the Inciner- the train and this Is likely to handi- cap, the Blalnnore players somewhat. However, Lethbridge Is out to win and to help this alonK the 'Veterans atora used for burning paper, etc., sending down their special Placed In the city lajics for that pur- Hughie Mcllvena, bandmaster, pose, must go. The nre menace which or- these receptacles lend themselves to to hi? yesterday sec- is such that it is impossible for the naw They co.t him city to carry the responsibility any Mnt8 Woolworth's, the longer. The fire jchlef has already ro- Jewelers. ported several fires of which the' incln erators have been the cause, fortu- However the program for tbe band calls for half an hour's enter- nately none of them of large 'proper-1 talnment before the game tions. I the crowd will stand for it. Band- The bylaw has been master Mctlvena has called rehear- giving the fire department authority at O.W.V.A. club rooms at 6.30 to prosecute those who allow this evening for the following paper and other combustible material 'artists: Davle Allan, W. Llanlng, H. to be thrown out or to remain at the Llnning, Chuck Wray, Joe Cunning- rear of any premises. It is the inten-' ham, Sammy Atherton, N. Atherton, tlon to remove the incinerators to the' J- Hyslop, R. Allerdlce, J. Hendry and dump, where they will be used by the Masson brothers, dump-man for the burning of paper. The city garbage cart will take all paper, If'It is baled or tied up In bundles. The only alternative Is to have the loose paper put in a covered box or receptacle each day, and when the receptacle Is full, the owner or occupant must himself have it carted to the dump and delivered to the dump-man. It Is hoped that the co-operation of all Interested in the safety of the city will be given to the new arrangement, in having, the paper baled and tied up so that the garbage cart may carry it to the dump each day. Proposal Is That Army and Navy Veterans Will Bract Such a Place A spring dance floor for four times larger than the one In Ray- mond la a proposal that Is being dh? cussed In LethbrfSge. The story. told to The Herald, i> to the effect that the Army Navy Veterans As- sociation are contemplating placing such a hall at Henderson Lake. The proposal, as outlined, wouU cost in the neighborhood of thousand dollars. Besides being dance hall the- building wonW be f centre of amusement in other lines, and close by certain outdoor amuse- ments, such as a whip und wheel, would be constructed. The Herald was told that tbe city authorities hare been approached bul have not given an answer aa to tke sale of the property desired. Another statement made was to the effect that the Dominion organitation the; Army and Navy l> financially backing toll Good Bread, But- ter and Milk Are Perfect Foods Phone us and we will deliver you the good butter and milk. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED Reiner's Dundee Mar- malade. Per tin Brick per Ib. KBIT'S Pure jar, Gong's for Wonder Shine; res'. 25e, on aale 2 for........ CroBse Blackwell'i or Pickles ........OOC Nabob Baking Powder 3-lb. size. Regular On i sale, each....... :70c 45c McLaren's Prepared Mas- tard. 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