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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta me FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Official IJst Closes ly Meeting Deals With j Many Matters j The proposal Tliit o! lion H. Slilchell to address Uotarj Oicb at- luncheon, on Monday nest, was brought to tie ottentk'a of the eeel- JOB rf ol tho Board o; Trade.: on Thursiar, by Mr. Spoozcr, and ui invitation futtended to all lo oe Jlr. wu ereseul at tie meeting ol tto Labor secthm of the i of Nations it Washington and j will speak in regan! to the deiibera-j lions and nt the i conference. On behalf of Raymond. Mr. MaruocL j tendered iho an invitation i to be prcsonl at u bis luncheon j iirepared by the HaytnouJ ladles to t given thero ou Monday, the 9th. j on which day the voting for tlio forma-! tioli of the Southern Irrigation Ui5-1 trlct will lafco place. i Hurry Your j Mr. Hoy! fntonuei the meeting that all'the canrass in regarvl to mem- j bcrsbip has uot been completed but ibat this will bo done by nest week, j H is that nil thosa have 1 already given in their Dimes] should hasten lo do so. so. that the same bo lacladcd in tbc booklet with i iho annual report in it whlcli is now being printed. Trade Commission Census I Attention was drawn by President Marnoe'i to tho Traile Commission in regard lo the survey of con- and possibilities in regard lo inaimrios in tho Tbc matter Nl EXPERIENCING XBW.YOKK, York la experiencing the vorat storra of tne witter. Ttw ar.owetorni woicli began last continued thrcaehout the nUjht oad thli morning tUfl streoti were ftMed wllh great drift" o! an OK. Scow, halt as i driven by a etronc wind, added to the discomfort of New Yorkers thts ncrcinj. Street cars movod at a snail's paco and bloitades were frequent Tens of thbuaands of workers forsook tho pie rated and surfeca and swamped the aubvays.' Ferriea uere delayed owing to kith tides and danger of and nearly all the lacom- IB? trains were behind their sched- Trchis from the wero re- ported hours lite this morn- Inf. More than men pressed into lerrlce by (he street'cleaning de- ps.-Uneni to clear.the streets. BRITISH WAR HONORS Feb. honors published tab week, Canadian names of which have already been cabled, constitute tho flqal aVartls In respect to theaters o! war, wtiere hcttlUUM ceased at artabtlce. The follovlnc are principal to- tals for swrlce In the tWd: Cross, 518: C. M, Q., S. O., 8.9TO; M. 0., Tlia total number of officers and wa> and the total a oners woro 2SU68. OBSTINATE COUGHS When resistance is lowered and you come down with a cold that runs into an obstinate cough, your trouble is more than surface deep. You need Wyoming Legislature ratified woman suffrage amendment an easily absorbed tonic-nutrient, mixed with your bipod to nourish and enable you to get a fresh hold on strength. For nearly fifty yean Scott's been helping break op by building op strength. Try It! Scott ft Borne. Tcrato, Oist_ Hugh Dully, asm aianager of the Toronto Ball Club, receiving a clrtc -welcome (rcm Mayor Church on the City Hall steps. .Mr. Dutfy is on the right, and Mr. J. J. McCittcry, president of the. club, on tho left. why A man at sixty years of age is either a failure or a success. BEECHAM'S PILLS havebeen made for sixty years have the largest sale of any medicine in the world! the PI ague of Pimple m les Body Covered With Them. The primary cause of pimples arises from the blood not being in a good condition. When the blood becomes impure you find-that pimples will lireak out ali over the but more particularly on Ike forehead, nose and and alth'oagh they are not a daiigaroua trouble tltey are vci7 iiii- Bightly. WTiai need when pimples or boils brenk out is A real good blood jmrifyinK medicine such as Burdock Blooil Bitters. This preparation has been on the market for ever 40 years and Is the .most reliable remedy for ail troubles is in Ine hands of Mr. George Mackay. and any suggestions that members of; tlie board have to make should lio' forwarded to him or lo Secretary lloae. In connection with this. Mr. .Mamoch drew attention to the Indutr- trial Congress, In thai It started with- out considering'the uasic need of ob- taining data as to Industrial possibili- ties and, as he Dipressej it at the time, those behind it were putting tho cart before the This iras in I line tvilh his observations in tlie an- nual report, as -follows: Alberta Industrial Congress Congress held a meeting at Lothbridge" during August. Appropri-, lately, most, of the discussions centred" 'uiran wliat must always be bur basic in particu- lar upon Ihe great developments laac j will, certainly follow (he further ei- tensions of irrigation in lite country around With that founda- tion well laid, and with the great coal mining industry operating so close to tlie city uiid in the adjacent Crow's Neat Pass, industrial developments will never lag hehlud whai the circutn- stances of our population will war- rant." On Right Track Now The Industrial; Congress Mr. nocb held was, In Its' initial stage, srery wind. When it was proposed to be held In the city It was suggested that It should be called an Industrial and Irrigation Congress; gain later it was sought to be coupled vlth Immigration and Colonization. It had now, however, felt that data were Lccessary, and in Ibis was moving in tic direction. Irrigation Convention Altention was drawn by the presi- lent to the meeting of the executive if tlia Western Canada Irrigation As- Delation at Hanff, nest Wednesday, o make arrangements as to the hold- ug of the convention agreed on ANOTHER SINN FEIN RAID LONDONOERRV, Feb. llce and military last flight raid- ed tho houses of several Sinn and arrested three of them. A quantity of arms, ammun- ition and explosives was found bythmrn Co., Limited, Advertisement. Toruiito, One Great Essential To a Woman's Health Is Her Nerves. Nature intended women lo be Rtrong, 'healthy and happy as the day Is long, hisleiitl ot heing sick am' But how can any woman he lioallhy and iiappy when Iho wliol" nervous system is unstrung. Thi trouble Is Iliey pay more attention ti their social duties than they do t< their, health. la it nny wonder than lhat they become Irritable anil ner have hot (lushes, falnl and d spoils, smothering nncl sinking spells hecome weak and nervous, and every thing In life becomes dark and gloomy Mllburn'n 'Heart and N'ervo Pills ore the very rcmcdy that nervous, tired out, weary wofncn need to restore them to the blessings o! good health Jlra. P, H. nvnn. Sand Point', iravo keen a great suffer cr from nerve troubles. I was so weak and nervous I could not sleep at nlgli and my appetite was very poor, could not walk ncross Ihu floor with trembling. I had hot flushes nnd second of Heart an! Nerro Pills I bejnn to feel bettor an' kept on until 1 had six brwe when 1 tolt like a different am novfr without tlicm in the house ftnd recommend tiiem lo all who suffer )vith their nerves." Price a box at nil dealers or Inallcd direct on roceiiil cf price by [The T. Mlltarn Co., Limited, Toronto jJnt.r-Aavcrllscment. Uithbrldgo. The best date for the loading of the 'convention, after con- sultation with Jlr. Fairfleld and oth- ers, was considered to be the end of July, us the lirst alfalfa crop would be cot by then and Iho farmers would have gol over most ol their opera- Lions. Suggestions were invited lo be submitted to tlio executive. Housing Scheme A discussion on Iho Eiousing scheme was introduced by Mr. H. M. Whld- OEngton, who considered lhat In view of Iho problem in tlie city the mailer should cnljbt iho consideration of the board. Ill this connection Mr, Mar- noch drew attention to the problem in the Old Country, which he had the' opportunity oC personally viewing. Tho (rouble there was that In tho in- Ilial scheme brought forward by tbe government they plartfcd to antagonize imd scare oft men In the business such, as architects and builders, lint iug their experience they had finally met the builders and architects and common sense had length prevail- ed. With a view of tho experience in Great Britain, he argued that a great deal of caution wag necessary before anything In the way o't what might he foolish plans were adopted. In his remarks Mr. Marnoch read a memor- andum issued by liie ministry of health In Great Britain whero atten- tion was drawn to Ihc fact thai if housing is lo be re-established on an economic footing there must ha a heavy increase In the venls of house? nnd thero wonld appear to be ur p reason why rents of bouses should j permanently bo placed on a different' category' from llio price o( other com-! modules. In framing llieir financial j proposals tho government never iu- tended that rents should lie perma- nently subsidised. Mr. Dunhssai sussntieil lhat the rilan In" Iho States should bo adopted, narno- ly, lhat of (he formation of coopera- tive societies In mimiclpalillcs for (he furtherance tit house building. Jlr, Lund considered lhal Ihe first element in regard lo Ihe housing schome was tho opportunity of getting capital at a reasonable rate of In- terest; Ibis at Iho iirescut (lino was itot A committee, with Mr. Dunham as chairman, and composed of .Messi'i', J.und, Dunlp.r, and Whlddlnglon, witli po'ivtr to ii'Jd lo Hie number, was tin- pointed lo report at tao neit meet- ing. Palace Market T'rencli chemists .iro developing an anti-gas for military use, which can lie udccl id meet gtis clou da as they aru developed. Prime Roasts of Beef at 15, 18 and 2Oc. KT Choice Roasts of Veal at 15, IS and Choice Veal at IT Choice Creamery Butter at 7Oc. per Ib. Fresh Liver 2 Ibs for 15c. Finest Potted Meat at 25c. per Ib. Prime Roast Beef Dripping 3Oc. per Ib. We don't handle any frozen beef in this market. Everything of the best at the lowest prices in the city. 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 431 "Go TeacK All Nations Beginning at Jerusalem" HAT'S says a critic, Beginning at You should correct paganism at home before going abroad to look for it. I do not believe in Foreign Missions." 'Yet Jerusalem was not Christian- ized when the Apostles went to Aritioch; when Philip was sent to the Ethiopian. Remember This The Need of Africa .Africa was first explored by a Mis- sionary who .m Westminster Abbey, honored by all nations. David Livingstone was succeeded by other devoted men, who gave themselves un- reservedly to the people of the Dart Continent. Triumphant success id some for instance- is balanced by dull failare in others. Yet the, genera! prospect is encourag- ing. Through Canadian Missions in that land, men are raised out of siv- agery, women are ennobled, children arc cared for and educated. The man who docs, not'believe in Foreign stands today cSothfd and eduezttd be'' 'cause of Foreign Missions. When did English culture begin? With the visit of St. Missionary from Rome, Who Evan- geltzed Rome? A Foreign Missionary named Paul' of Tarsus zxd What if be hid gone to the Ganges instead of to the Tiber? 1 Ccrtaizly Canada needs more Christianity, .but- the best way to improve our own spiritual life is to help bear the burdens of the world, The Missions Established Five Christian Communions in Canada Anglican, Baptist, Con- Methodist and: Presbyterian have an extensive mission work abroad. They have sent dyer- seas .many devoted men and women; By their broken down and in every land there is an eager call for more missions, more teachers, more hospitals. Now, owing to the declin- ing value of the dollar, it is necessary to double the expenditure in order even to hold the ground won. Until that is done, an advanced Missionary programme can not be undertaken. Moyemsn ts i nIndia, Indii is oar brother-land, a loyal British dependency. Illiteracy is -the rule. Caste imprisons the people and Etifles all ambition. British adminis- tration has taught the folk the value of peace. Kngiish-cpeaking Mission- aries from Canada are teaching them the value ot education, and the power of the. Name which is above every name. Great'masses of the people are asking for baptism, but there are not enough Missionaries to teach them. A Mandate for Expansion All men, who think honestly, realize that the Gospel of Christ is unique in moral splendor, in spiritual force, in civilizing influence. It redeems the individual and exalts the The Chance in China China is attempting to develop a democratic spirit before the nation ia prepared for it. Many of the leaders got their first glimpse of true liberty in Christian Mission Schools. Now they talk of establishing one' million Government primary schools.' They look to Canadian Missionaries for help in the establishment of normal courses. Was ever such an. opportunity before the Church to help influence the school teachers of a great, new nation of four hundred million people? nation. It has made the modern world of thought, of industry, of pro- gress. It must go out over all the earth to ease international relation- ships, to put an end to cruelty and misery. There is free entry for the Gospel In.every nation under Heaven. Lift up your heads, O ye Gates of India, and be ye lifted up, ye ever- lasting Doors of China and Japan and Africa, and the King of Glory shall come in., The Call to Action Canadians, Churchmen or non-Churchmen, you met the charges of the war with cheerfulness, since it was waged 'to establish righteous- ness in the earth. Now hear the call of the Churches for adequate means to continue by peaceful suasion the work which for four years was done by batteries and bayonets. Youf Church appeals directly to you, civil- ized and educated by Foreign Mis- sions of an ancient time, to meet your obligation to that same Great Cause today. The Need of the World Japan, Formosa, Korea, the South Sea Islands, South America, and not least, the pagans in our own umd, need the Gospel. The Missionary is wel- comed in all lands. Men everywhere appreciate the spirit of those Cana- dians who forget themselves in order _to serve the suffering and the weary, 'Idealism in action counts; National Peace Thank-Offering Simultaneous Every-Person Canvass by Each Communion February 9-14 The United National Campaign Representing the Simultaneous but Independent Forward Movements of the Anglican, Baptist, Congregational, Melhocliil, Preabyterian Communions in Canada 15 ;