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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG13; EIGOT T11U WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY II, II CLASSY Sill PMFIOFI150 he was technically but not morally in that the was placed there without his knowledge-. After bearing she- evidence the Mag- istrate fined tho accuse! J150. Stafford Yillage Merchant Hadj One in He Didn't Know it A aost elaborate and still, finished In copper >nd p'.sted tuetal, and with twin worma, figured In the cilj- police court pn Tuesday afternoon, when Uttro Cuclurean ap- peared before Inrin, on information laid by Detective Sid 'A'allls, of having 'In his possession 1 still capable of distilling spirits. The ipparatus was found on his premises. :m Seventh street, SUfxordviltc, where he mas ft store, burled under eight or :aci: fcrf. The accused, who was defended b> Dr. Conybeare, K. C. pleaded guilty, and it was argued by his counsel that She Laf! a !oVEjy time, tut hovr her feet ached and burned, vrrien she got home. She knew what to When she rubbed her feet with ft the ache and throb left and they felt perfectly will next morning. It "retttd" her tired feet Mentholatum is a gentle healer for other "little ills" burns, colds, etc. Tho library of tho city schools stands to be replenished by (ho addition of worth of books without any cost to the ratepayers. This U the result tho accumulation ot government grants given annually for school lib- raries in tho form of books. Tho book gra'.its have not been mads use of for tho past three or four years. In view of the magnitude of the value o! tho fc The HtraM) CAUiAKY, Feb. are be- ins formed in the various cities of the province, under the auspices of the' Boards ot and other orgaiiiza-; books to bo granted, tho Public School tions. to make the Irip to Edmonton j Board has thought it worth while to on February tu order to attend I make provision for Superintendent the big mcctiug which has been call-JBftck to go up to Bdmouton to make cd lo consider the formation of a Col- the selection from (he government sup- In the matter of material work- ed out as definitely ns a civic or na- tional The "Thou must'1 joes mciubershlp is conditioned oa obedience lo it. Looking the lor iu u merely businesslike way- anil the .church'should cerlaiuly not be slapdash iu its ruoro temporal side "must" would appear to have much that Is righteous about'It. .Tho responding lo It oven as an imposed duty al the very least, create au Impression ot allrouud fairness in the church and amongst fellow-Chris- tians. But we come hack to a thought al- ready expressed, viz.. that the church Is to lead rather drive eves in the matter of Just ot posses- sions. It must set forth the truth In the matter and then, as in all eUe. per- mit character to be enhanced or weak- ened as tho truth is obeyed or disre- garded. Tho members and adhf rents of the United church. North l-ethbrldge, are given tho opportunity this weefc of rising to thi! imperative demands of this New Day Ijy making IESLEG! JWOFYERSA1I1K f Good Audience Enraptured By His Splendid Program at Wesley Church Oiauder was very mucU appreciated, leader, Mrs. P. Jackton. richly de- and i'ii) magnificent results obtained sertea tie credit fvr It ill., by the combined efforts was a very gratifying, testimonial lo the work of hcs Indefatigable and painstaking unizaiion -Association m the four west- provinces. Tho project, which is bains fostered by the executive of the Alberta Industrial Development Association, is one which is stirring up widespread interest and the spon- sors of the movement hope to have a very representative gathering when (lie matter is discussed neit week. The Idea Is tho logical outcome ot the constructive policy o( the Develop- ment Association aud by giving the initial impetus to the now movement they hope to be able to continue the Industrial development of tho province and the -West along side an organiza- tion which is developing agriculture. They that the primary need at piy there. the present tlme'is, the settlement ot. or works. The chiirch from privately oirned lands now live. There .are millions of acres of such land within easy reach of rail- ways. Private ownership makes it impossible for the Dominion govern- ment to dispose of this land to set- tlers. .The formation in Western Canada of a strong body, well backed finan- cially, which will begin bringing set- tlers into the country, will he a great asset at tha present time. The men beheld .the. judgement want lo go furthe_r than merely bringing in men and placing them on-the land. They wish to 'establish an Intelligence Branch which wiil keep in touch with The Forward Movement nntl i-heftrfiil fnr fbe ex- tension of Christ's Kingdom. Two Xew York, street serving long terms, escaped Sins Sing prisou and have not beeu recaptured. Kotwlthstandlnc strong counter at- tractions a splendid audience greeted Mr.'Leslie Oroesralth at the Wesley Hall last night, when he made his Jirst public appearance iu Lethbrldge. Mr. (irossuilth fully upholds the rep utatlon of the Grossmith family as en- tertainers and tho hearty and un- stinted applause which greeted each number was Indicative of the apprec- iation ot his audience. Mr. Crossnitth is a marvel of ver- satility, and whether he is portraying tba character of -elvea Christians' .abuse freedom rnther than lisb it for the developmenl declaration commending Raymond Of character to its'h'lgheif ends. Some ot branches of the church havo mado .the republic, during the war. It re- obligations, binding and havo attached penalties, to carry them out. Reference is not mado to minor i rules, but tn the larger matter of ac- Prices of furs will be decidedly lual, adequate sacnficc'i of time, lai- to buyers attend- ents and possessions'. .Some churches Ing SJ. Louis fur auction. j have the of their people tetuioiucer" or delighting his hearers with hisi .marvellous Interpretation oi Chopin's 'intricate technique, the same words equally apply: "Wonderfu arranges his programme from ta 6lach a way thlt it pleis6s cverv and tho WcnainB o{ humorous sketches, dramatic classical anil pleasing monologues makes It Imppssiblo for the interest of audience to flag for a Mr. GroBsmith Is accompanied on his tour by Mr. Johii Bowman, a viol- aist of raro and pleasing ability, his immbora last night being enthusiastic- ally encored. Mr. Grossmlth mention- j cd thit.Mr. Bowman was Alberta product, he having had no Instruction outside of Edmonton. GRIP, INFLUENZA Wlurd Oil a AntUcptjc During influenza epidemics spray the nose and throat several times'a. day with otic part Wizard Oil and two parts water; using an atomizer. H-you haven't an atomizer, gargle the throat and the mixture-up the nose. This treatment sets up an antiseptic wall of defense zgainst r'Flu" germs; Chest colds and sore throat had to grip. Stop them at once with Wizard Oil before they can develop Jiiiu dangerous intliirnza. Get it from druggists for 30e. If not satisfied, return the bottl'! and pet your money, back. Ever constipated or have sick head- iche? Just try.Wizird Liver Whips, pleasantilittle 30c at lists.- G'jaranVettC'- 'r- CONTINUED SUCCESS OF UNITED CHURCH CHOIR The reproduction of the sacred can iala "Queen Ester" on Friday even- ing.was a continuation of the brilliant success of Thursday. The work of Mr. Stou as King Ahashherus was superb, Miss "Janet Mclllvena as Queen Ssisr interpreted her part in splendid voice and with fine dramatic effect, Mr. J. Jamleson as Mordecai, Sir. Annetts as Hainan Mrs. tAnnclU as Zoresh were in exceedingly good I'orm, having caught tho spirit of the composer judging by their splendid rendering of the parts assigned to them. Mrs. Horn as tho prophetess proclaimed llio forthcom- ing.doom of with voice and gesture which suited the pat', im- mensely. 3Ir. Millar as the Scribe, Mr. Hume as the Herald, .Mr. Hoult in his dual capacity of High Priest aud the beggar and Mr. F. Jackson as Har- bonah, all gave a splendid account of themselves as did also the page boys and the little kins nnd queen's at- tendaiils. It io html to individualize in a case of this'kind where all did so well. Special mention however should be ot the choir work, its blending-and tone was mngnificient. Tha quartette, "no T Wake or Am.I by Miss Mrs. Aunetts, Mr. Jamleson and Mr. Hoult was a delightful treat ac was also the flower drill. The spleudid >vork oE the talented accompanist, Miss II Soft and Comfy That's tlie way to keep baby'i things. Hit little under shirts, his his tiny sweat- er, his cap, coat, leggings, even his white boots and his go-cart robe, canal] be-fearlessly'wash- ed again and again. How With the copious, instantly-made cleansing and as hahnlcM as pure water itself.' WoaU ifM life farHnlm Let at xnJ you toJay, a copy of oar laied LUX Rtdpe Can of Dainty Clothes" LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. 69 ;