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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE roun THE LETHBRIDGE DAIIA HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Cbe Ictbbribge "fcetalfc Blterta DAILY AND WCCKLY iintf Pujllthtra TNI HIRALD COMPANY, LIMITED Mi Seirth, Lethbrldijt W. A. Bwhanax aad Xaeaclat Director TMrance B mines i Xanai TELEPHONES 1K2 Audit Bureau of Rstw: per .....I .11 Dally, dth'vurtd, per yeer Daily, hy mill, per year 6.W by, mail, (jo.- year 1M per yeac to .U.S. 2.00 at eipirj ot subscription ap- tally on. address, label. ot pspart alter expiration duo oor authority 10 contain the pcripiKo. 5 NEW FACTOR OF THE INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS' laent is Inactive, parliy arse put ot the Continent nance- raw material, and partly be-. the wool textile machinery of Ourope happens In almost case- be near irontlrrs, and theiotore particularly liable during the war to deitruction sni dislocation. Cost of rebuilding anil Installation ot machin- ery expensive, even.vrliete i( possible. Every teilile plait which can be operated today Is in Conse- quence earning a promluip. 'The world demanA for cloth appears to be luiatlaole, and it Is probably not exaggeration to My, obierves Mr. Hitchcock, that lor every yard produc- ed there Hre tiro or three buyers. real Britain Is practically the only country with an exportable surplus. Durlns 1919 it exported U4.250.000 yprds of woollen and worsted cloth at an average price ol Ss, per yard, compared Kith ao eiport In 1913 of l6S.iSO.000 yards at an average of L'e. fncreace of 25S per cent. The number of hands through which cloth and garments pass depends mainly on the type ot production.' In the'case'of medium and lower'grade sale normally lakes place dl- rectjy by'_. the manufacturer, to the ot cUlld'a We for lo train, him In tlte fear o( God aaA to that training twenty WrtU U -t I This report taoved -pw- onts dU not visit the Jfhool and whv they should; In order lo oVtaln co-operation' with and finer reiulti from (he teachers. was.aUo Good Reports Presented School Matters Come Up For Discussion wholesilo ol ilothior, who makes up and sells to the retail shop direct..-.In the case ofihlgber-priced.cloths merchants intervene.. The useful ccouomic function, "The Industrial Congress has added Is', nol'i. unknown, but he does not ft new factor to its usefulness in tho sensing thai industries will follow population.. This is the colonization department, '.vhtch to the west, and .to Southern Alberta in particular, has very important bearing. It is a very sign, of what the Jndus- trial Congress hopes to attain, and in thla rcspoct the meeting in tXlmoului, on Monday, moans a very great deal The Western Canada Colonization Association, as It Is known, Is part ot the Industrial Congress, and the rea- son of its formation is that, in view faf tho fact that there are ut least acres of land suitable for settlement am! cultivation in the West within 15 miles on each side ot exist- ireclably influence the course of irices.- Each section: trade wnich handles either cloth'; or .gar- ments covers Hselt in the same way as the manufacturers, top- and wool and waste and sfibddy merchants cover themselves, and each adds on a certain margin to cover contingencies and anticipated in- So margins gradual lered bus'- desirable that an organziation of b' ness interests of the country should be formed to act in co-operation with .the Dominion and Provincial move- ments, transportation and other organizations, in an. endeavor to secure suitable colonists for these "areas. This is a matter which should interest the overmuch. citixens ot Lethbridge (Attention has been called to the tact that, with our irrigation areas develop- ed, the district will he made attrac- 1 tive to a particular class ot seUlers. It is In bringing in.these that Leth- has a particular part to play. The citizens cannot depend too mucii bri theefforts of others, in that Uiero are no particular incentives for the main colonization organizations, sucJi M.lbo C.P.Ri (o concentrate "specially on "bringiiiG settlers to' the lands around the city. tar. as ihc rail way company Is its lands well all The s Dominion Government's colonization schemes aro more general than parti- cular..; There Is therefore a great cal for :LethbridgD to carry on its own campaign for settlers .with the and co-operation of tho Western Can ada Colonization Association. It is premarily a question of giving tho association support .and enlisting Its tor this reason there thould be a snectnl" etfort made for .as many citizens as .possible to at- tend the Edmonton meeting. creases in costs. ly expand. As a further aid in the high cost of clothing Jlr. Hitchcock points out hat textile machinery, which durinB :he vrnr has been badly knocked about, now requires considerable repairs and replacements, which are difficult' to obtain Rt four or five times their pre- war 'price. -Against, all these uncer- :aihties the manufacturer covers hini- self by. putting on extra margins. ..It must remembered .that the major- (From Our Own CAnDSTOX. Feb. regular monthly meeting ol the Women's In- stitute of S DISTRICT OFFICE PHONE 339 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK HAWYCiU SEENQUR NEW GOODS It's an Educatii is 16. It enables or girl for a career in tK_.__...._.- L r merits are easy. See our agents or a letter' or'- phone rnfessage; will be promptly at- tended to. CHURCH NOTICES mado of the pantry and jumble sale to be held In the tabernacle on Feb. 12th at 2 p.m., by the Relief Society of the Mortnon church and also of a social by the A. to be held In tho Pres- byterian church on the of February MlhV An outstanding fca- Jurc ot the evening to be'an address hy the paatof 'on "Russia before the War." A collection to taken to Swell ,'A criTiiinitlco was then appointed to .'act In lh" distribution ot clothing to the Then followed! a'pleasant half hour in the enjoyment of refreshments and social chai, 'And the members dis- persed feeling' well repaid lor any ANGLICAN Bt. Auguttln'i Church, cor. 8th Ave. .and 11th St ST. AUQUSTIN'8 AND ST. CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED Rev. Cinon Murrell-Wrlnht At 11 o'clock: Matins and Holy Com- munion. Evensong, 730 p.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH. NORTH LETHBRtOOE Corner 6th Ave. anil 12th 31. C, North Rev. Stanliy C, Ripper S17 A. North II a.m.; Matins, 2.30TJ.m.: Sunday School. 3.30 p.m.: -Adult Bible Class. 1.30 p.m.: Hvcnsonf. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St. S. f Rev. CrJaat B.D, Pts'.or Mr. Claude Hujhet, L.A..B.i r N r- Choir Maitrr n'a.iii. jlornlhg Farth- eit Ilibls School and Bible Classes. 7.30 p.m.: .fcve.nlng Service. The pastor will Vchchl selves wliiit oarli of us is doing to outlay ol time and effort they had dedicated lo the great laak remaining [preserve those irienls which have fooen! made In order lo attend. before us, that Irom these honored [lead we take Increased devotion to Ilia cause for which ihey gave the last full measure of devotion; that hero highly resolve that these dead shall not have died In vaiii." "Willi malice toward none, with Charity for all, with firmness in the right as Clod gives us lo see Iho right." The words of Lincoln, spoken over titty years ago, have a special applies lion today, not merely In the fact that Ihc anniversary of hla birth took place nn Thursday last but because In common with (he nations of the world we are facing a situation, Ihoiigli on a much larger which the United Stulcjs faced ul Ihu limo 10 whit'h the ck-ail ['rcsiik-nl reforicrl. saved for ua, Aro prepared to i COP SOLD BOOZE conduct ouralvcs in our business ami! PHIXtiR RUPERT.' B. U.. Keb. social rclaltons In tho spirit of the' member of IhP local worn, of Abraham Lincoln. ntallce towards none, with charity all, with 'llrnsncss in tLo Inok on the world war ns one of great ftclnovetnenl; ara proud nf all Hint has been and of thi througliout Hie Brll- isll iiril'K iir It. rj'c WOFfi sensed that it was not fought for ma- terial gain. Our sentiments ivere lottj' during Iho war. Should there not b9 something more than (liia now if we are to profit? Should thei't: not bo a placing of full value In praclico .on j Ilioso idoals wu were dwell Mill; pass; on U STRONG NOTE TO JUOO-SLAVIA sup- reme coiijic.lj agreed on a rif't; lo Jilio Slavln regarding r'iumr.'. Is Intimated, plainly -'Ijl'fanruV Jugo-Slavla Iliat FonieNVgreement must 'bo la to-be the Adriatic. Italy, Is Hcd wlth-llio note SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Jc-linttcnc, C.O. usual Saturday night service. a.m., 3 p.m., p.m. CHRISTIAN MEf4'S LEAGUE (UNDENOMINATIONAL) V. M. C. A. Auditorium. Sunday, Feb. 8th, at 3 p.m. sharp. Speaker: Mr. B. It. J; Korster. Subject: Oreanliation." This Is !he League's meeting. Come, men, and bring your men fririiiis. Good singing. Silver collection. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH Rev. E, J.-Hoifglni, B.A.; Pastir 1271 N, F. Jachsin- plfl a.m.-: Junior choir 10 a.m., Uoya' Depl. of-I ho.. Sun flay School In. the iln.ll.; ll.ii.iiu--Jloi'iviug Scrvlco. 2 O'clock, Uegi.nners and; Primary do- partmenta ol'lho Bunilay School In the Hall. 1 o'clock, Girls' Dept. of the Sunday School In tho Church. 3.15: Adult Dent, of tho 3, S. In the Hall. 7.15: Song Service. 7.SO: Evening Service. Tho I'asior will prcaclt morning anil evening. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hud Block, 7th Street Sunday-Service at 11 a.m. Subject i Sunday School, a.m. Testimony Meeting, Wed, s p.m. tttadlnK lUiom open dally from 1 5 p.m. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. and Sth Street S. A. H. Denoon, Minister. E: F. Layton, organlat and choir leader 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. II a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. it Morning Service, 12.15. Dig Sisters. 2 p.m.: Big Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class.' 7.30 p.m.: Evening Service. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., Sth Street S. Sundays, p.m.: BlUIo Study. Sundays, p.m.: DlMo' Study. Wednesdays, nihld Study1, followed by prafzt, 'prayer-anil IPE- llmony misting. All -NoiCollacUon. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 13th Strtet North' ,W. E, iiuntlity Morninfi Worship. 11 ft'clock. Sunday Evening KvnfiReliallc' Service, 7.15 p.m. During the Tilcsday dntl Ttiurs- 'ilay at S, Kverytwli' welcome. FIRST. BAPTIST CHURCH Jl 'Third Ave. and Ninth St. Rev. F. W. Dafoe Paitor Mr, W, E, Martin, Mui. Director of Choir. Services at 11 a.m.' 'Subject: "The Withheld of Sunday Hchottt unrf Bible Glass 12.15. Evening Service at Subject; Is Song Service al 7.15. Come early and bring a friend. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Oliver. L. Curt If, Pjttor Car. Ave. and Sth St. Bible School, 10.30. We are looking for you. Preaching at 11.30. Subject: "The Study of the Bible." (Chart mpny.) Christian Endeavor, Loader, Mr, Win. Parks. Preaching at "A WHtiaut NOTICE Mfnlslcrs aro reminded trial church notices should be liana- In six o'clock 1'rlilay to ensure Insertion, aa this page goes to press early Sal- iirday morning. ff ;