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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '.'7 i\ SI; ^- THE LETHBRlb DAILY AND weekly Proprietor* and Publlthars iTME LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY, LIMITED 23 eth Street South. Lethbrldo* W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director 0aka ^rrance i t BuaiMfs, Mwuxer, ,/ TELEPHONES 'llusiness Of (ice /.......... Sdltorlol 0�lce......... 1353 1234 Subscription Ratoa: ^ Dally, delivered,' per week ..... _.10 �Dally, delivered, per year .....Jo.OO Dally, by mall, per year ......J4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year,......$150 Weekly, by mall, per year to TJ.3..S2.00 Dates ot expiry of subscriptions appear dally on addtasa label. Accept� nee of. papers iJto. cxplratitA oftte Is 'our*authority to continue itho sub-; scrlptlon. awnro they served n'usoful purpose whhe the country was being opened �P-TUo country has developed to the stage whore most o( the homestead land hi. the older sections of the country has been patented add thoro Is not the need for So many land offices. That we have been able to.ecbRomizn in administration In this.respcct Is duo. In our ^Judgment, entirely to the existence of A Union government, whore pnrty con-slderattbus were not uppermost. V,^ ; ':'.Lr..-. � � � .IS CANADA OVjERLOOklNG CHINA? In', our l)repa|fatlons for after the war Are wo Keeping before us the openilig ot ne'w avenues of trade? The boater our export ttnde, th^ greater win bo our prosperity.  The United States Is' not neglecting trade opportunities:" "VTo road that It Is developing lTado;wlthi Ctlna'bbcanio it real-lees that Qilna Is bound to be a grfeat-er, marlcet^ft'the future than at present. Since the war began American 'foods haVe'-iupplanted European foods In the. markets of China and the United etates'lntends to'hold" this trade after IBnibl^V;DAlL3(^ HERALD "_ -^PICKED FOR THE BVSr MAN (THE PROGRESS 'PF THE WAR � \ The capture of Jerioho by the Brit-' flsh Is of military Importance inasmuch i'jhs it gives the British forces under \fleaeral Allenby direct communication Tiwlth the Arab forces who are fighting ^ as allies ot the British. The British khnlea are now camped along the &I3'- jloric River Jordarf. '; The German advance into northern .:'ilassla continues and the people at '. Fetrograd are oalml} awaiting its cap- jture by the invaders. ' The allied afn- iiassadors and their staffs ace. making. � 'treparatforiSfii'leave." tJampalgnsliWVe been begun by the Turkish and Ukrainian .c*pij^l-from- the Bolshevikt ^ ,- *J*8PRING.RICE'S ...... I^LAST .SPEECH,:' � In" a speech that w^s: a .igtrange ^ iblending 'of �at)>^ . and .�huinbr, Sir V'Cecil Spring-Rice only a few weeks .p^Jjetore his death recalled his early ';.�s3oelations with.Canada before the f /Ottawa Canadian, Club. . 'j Two, passages from that memorable .'.^ddress are.;now";worth reprqduclng. ; ^peaking^ot t^js 3MaJlce-.ot;th's AJlled V.tcause ln>th4,WEi^ if iksed*these.words: '^�j "We fight nnder'-the sign'-of "the ..Cross, and'unde; that; sign we. shall S^jjconquer. The Cross is the sign of pat-dance under s uttering, not patience '�under wrong. . . . All are' subjects '> iot the Prince, ot. Peace who fought ^l^he gref^eikHig^i-^U fights and won �fSlIs grrtt^^ttry with His blood." �i^- An�^iff;'-lBrt^rr6iMB �yords of ;^�olelnil^;bediuei?5^^isciosing a.';tleyout the war. In the past the chict articles of Am-erlcan;.exp5rt,-,tp .China were kero.Sene oil, cottons, whenteii flour, timber. Iron and steel, paper, and > cigarettes. In the yearsr precedlnft tie. worldwar the American trade- With..China \vas not esactly/in,ft.flourishing.condition, but after iha^cdmlig of the."worldwar all was change)}!, Xniorican '�� gc^o^s have taken tKo plade-of-European supplies In the Chinese markets to a very toge extent; Iron and steel manufactures machinery, leather goods, cars, chemical products and drugs, and various other goods hare been imported from '.the'United.States:   '�- -i' "What is Canada doing to possess a jihjire. ,ot..,thl3. markji^that is^ Just as availttble to - ns to the -United States? ..... I \ 'i" ' SUpQESTS rAHMERS MANti^AfcTURE TRACTORS T. Jl. Deacon, a former mayor of "VVinnipeg and a prominent manufaotur r,.suggests that the i8 (From Our Own Correspnndont) Spring Couloo, Fob. 20-Wo afchtiv-Ing crisp, bright weather and although tUo thermomet,Oir.^ad stood below sefo for several day!) wo hav.o not minded I; tlie liouthorn>'i su^ny AHierta winter, I oil the contrary WiB haye .dnjgyljd II, ?Mr..Pet'ef|;foriilorlf toteitta'tijof the up to tho presonthas kept up well, i - 7, ,-, j,.,--,,j2ira-r,�KV'AV^u'__"�: and the whole outpUt has been taken P^B 'Mt-^tfi^T .^^"l^'My^^'L'' but the Saskatdiowan-dealers are be-."y- .J^VJ^CT �''^"W^ glimlng to rcdACa the sIm of Uiolr :'ar as LethbrldgO,^^ weekly Bhipmonts' Cancellation onl-iTn"��o on,"��^^^^ � ^ ,^ ers are being?r^ dally, Vhlcli 1b - A Valentino dancing party was holA the fore-hinnor of the iilack period. "."^ ^'> TClib-Oi)6rator(i-'are, wondering whe-''lol�h Thdm�Son leaving aftevwards thct^themei.ooatijbUfcrJsKolngtotako for Brant to attend to his real estate any .flt*p8 to prd^idC that tho dealerg , "�ojo- , . . . In: Saskatchewan" and'Manitoba'tnust I vMrs. Ohha. Kelley ontort^lnod at _ sttick.up with coal, boglnnlhg with post-miptlal suttpor. last Wednesday Aprn.; ThlslB the only plan whefeby pyonlhg.-:M^_Harlain.Thompson .and the mines will be kept running! ful^ ^r'de (nee Misa.Trcnholm Ralph txmo. i ThomjQsonj Jtheyontlre family of tli,olr ,Thli Lethbjidgei mines are now turn, i"?ln Jj^'''.-^^J^I^'Piy-''Cw^^ Ing out about 70 to 75 cars a day on ,'^�8'f,^^ the average. The Diamond minejhas ia9v01d,,Bnd Mrs. HqVoil'and hei^ son been put on a proiiucing, basis once j�wropna.:.. . j mors and three .to ipjir cars are being | \^k >�iM .1 i. ' .i" 'V sKlpped dally. It la the desire of tho, riianapfement of tho mine to Increase this" to 10 or 12 by nektivWintor. About 60 men are noWemployga^at the mine. from IMagrath here; howerer he hnt nrotiBed' Iho nolghborHdod �tb^Sttth an Intoroat that several came to hear him. Mr. McCarthy a".member ot-th* session, prevailed upon Mr. Howell to proach, which he-did: Mrs. Kelley pratontetf Mrs. iCrocker �ith H Copyrot B.~ Pauline ..JOhnsoA's i6mt "FHnfiind iFosther," hilid the iatlibr is 8erlq08i)> coneldeftng gWing K:*ilterary'evening oaoh weak In the Jialt/fdr tho benetit ot the Canadian t;pi1aaners of war: In GetmMy, diirlng rrLovedal^'hat ieceWed word that-tUue^amlly ha� boail doublAd by uddltib^n ;ot two admirals tor tho witlsli ihaVk Slirely boys are very TfVfilcomo In';warl tltnoBi : . ^ >Irs; Howell ..l^aa ctfargo o^-OIIvo and'LInorlo' Ijoyeday during 'their mother's 'sUy in the hoapltAi, �Next Sunday ;jklr. Byron Nelson will preach in .the lockl church.,-MA Itjr gllB win cotidueifhe servlae. ' A- AOOPt;ukRAINE PEACE Berllrir, Peb,'22.->The main committee 7 of the relchstag today adopted the peace treaty between Germany and th* Ukraine. CREW LANIJKD � An AtlanUc Port, iFeb: �22.-'All tho.' crow of the* British tramp-steamer �^truia,,R total los? agrojind o^f this coast, wejre landed today ^by United States guard Bhlp. There were 47 in all. , . ... PRESBYIERY NAMES Nominates -Dr. Grant as Moder-~ ator of Next General Assembly Dr.'A. S. Grant was nominated by the Macleod Presbytery at. its concluding session this week tor the Mod-eratorshlp ot the-next general assembly and the Rev. .Wm. McNIohol ot High River for-that of the Sj-nod.The standing committees for the year were struck as follows-: Home Missions and Social .Service, Rev. W. P. Burns, convenor, Dr. Ferguson, Revs. Bryan, Kellockjr:! Allan, and Mr. R. Henderson. Foreign. Missions,_Rov. ji, Tho growth pI-mixed;teria�K''ln Al-fiierta in rifecent years is really, remark-.^t.'^ble. Alberta's minister ot agrlcufturo 'l^tn a speech the oUier day said that in iltJ914 there were I'TS'.OOO cows/'m ^f-the proTlncB, wh'ile in 1917 this num-:^ter;;iiBd:to"^ JKiOOO.' jywie. ^ � the'riBr an'^ncreasa 'of "forty-one I?:': ' '; per cent. lif'the number of cattle in '�?^'�iBhty-two per" cent, in the number �".f dairy cows. 'The minister also quoted' iigurei*^ t ' % Showing that while there were 4,00p,^ ij^;&*00 pounds of butter produced in Al ":;'|;�ertai -l?ia�i4,'.the.^increiM la^jthrao , -vjl|feirt -wis' 100 per'cenf. .But;It was r.\ M\ Im: cheese that ^ the da;irymen' bt Al-0imt� had shattered all records, there being, 70,000 pounds produced in 1914, jvi,%hlle\in'l9i7 the total production was )|^,^4E,000 pounds. J Mr. Marshall showed that of 23 prizes j/competed tor by eight provinces at v^tyarious Canadian exhibitions lait -^^iif^' AlborU had annexed eighteen "^^He Intimated also that it was hoped Jo have a school for dairy instruction \||�Btabilsbed in Alberta shortly. ''5fi' These facts and tlguresv are most,' 4-i9ncouraglng and show, wpnderful dOr is^jiyalppment in dairying in j^bla province.' I^^MUied farming will continue to^ad yance and the more of it'^we have; tlie' %'lleher will our province be. �-�--- I V^;�|DUT;riNGjDOWN EXPENSES ;V{*OY)ERNII|E*IT'� WISE POLIOV . I's^^v ,k|rf .HoOi.. A jielgfien's Closing uji^l '''|^,Bt land agencies and'sub agencies wlU.I ||,',/,;|j)iot be'pp'pular la.'theLpladds affectedi "."1^Ro^, .amongst the ;officlala -concerned; IJ^f-'^-lirpowever the 'general public who look tlS'^ilMfor leadership in economy from the and wh(f>would ioon become operators wherelthe operations'wore specialized the same as In shell .ttsk-Ing. Our gold supply Is depleted- ]ust to the extent ot the price ot every tractor bought out of the country; be-as , cause the banks must remit gold to >;ew York t6 cover every chequiei:- We need it to pay our interest charges; why Hot keep it at home and af-tlie same time give honorable and regular employment to the men who liave done their duty at tho front? -Private funds will not go into this because they cannot pay duty on:- tlie raw material and compete, and-the fact that It'has been anticipated "that the duty would be taken off the.fiu-ishbd tractor has prevented the establishment^ ot factories for this pur-Wsa.^vvitseretore,'' either � the' farmers who are -the consumers should do it themselves or else the government It ^la Sir. Deacon's suggestion that wo .desire to give prominence tb .and not j^ila pbservatloris on tariff reduction;, Mr. Deacon hasrtheivlew of the inanufaofurer entirely on the ''taritf quisstlbn. As to the farmers engaging I^' the manufacture bt tractors it is certalnlf a possibility. We are surprised to find a man "of Mr. Deacon's type encouraging the Idea, tor the cu-jtpe^atlTe. niovements. of' the farmers have .not met' with much roncourage-ment In those quarters.' Nevertheless co-operation may some day lead the farmers'to engage, not only in the manufacture of tractors, but all kinds of agricultural Implements. Smith Bros, and Wilson, of Reglna, have been awarded Ihe contract for the T. Eaton warehouse at A price of $305,000. , .... � u : At Wind.sor, Adolpk Txojan, a Michigan Central switchman,, was perhaps fatally hurt when he slipped and fell beneath n car. The oldest born'ot Belleville passed,a w.ay. lu the person.ot Mi-.Jas. Kaiser,: who- was: born Jn. that place, ninety-three :years hgo_____... ' t - - A ipltizea of Kingston anijouBiceB he is leaving a legacy ot $20,0(50 for the erection ot a shelter for the Chlldifen's Aid Society in the Limestone city.' 4�'^h?fwfe,,4^,,,fe =fi *7vf�'p,� I Kennedy, conteior. - Revs. Bryan in the three-told campaign fbr the Pn-1 and Fulton, and.ajr, Mcintosh. Religious Education, Rev. W. K. Allan, convenor. Rev. H. Matheson, J. B. Wllkle and J. T. Willard. Colleges, Rev. A. C. Bryan, convenpr, H:ev. J. A. Leslie and Mr. J. W. McDonald. Budget, Rev. Geo. BarretA,i, convenor, ,C. S. Noble and R. Henderson. Statistics, Rev. A. C.Bryan,. Cburch Property, l-Mr. R. P. Wallace, convenor, Rev. W. )S. Inglls. Aged and Infirm Ministers-Fund, ^Mr. Cameron, .convenor, and Rov.j'J. Kelloek. .Historical Committee, Rev. Hulh Matheson, convenor", Dr. Ferguson, and Messrs. Henderson, Strutbers and Higinbotham. tjr. Ferguson Introduced the Rev. Q. R. Jaokman of the Presbytery ot San Joaquin, California, to tl^e court. Mr. Jackman was given a cordial welcome and was later certified to the H. M. Committee, Toronto, .tor mission work. Dr. Gray's name, at his own request was placed on the appendix to the roll ot Presbytery. Treasurer's Report. The treasurer's  report, given by Mr. R. Henderson, showed that there was a balance ot $18;26 In the treasury after all expenses had been met. Arrangements were made for paying the travelling expenses ot the members to the two regular meetings ot the Presbyter}' In the,year. , Mr.. Kennedy presented the Foreign "Mission report, �'a'nd arrangements were made tor an exchange of pulpits in the near future In the Interest ot miners also opposed Glasgow, Fob. 22.-The Scottish miners at a conference held today decldud by a large majority against the govern. I ment man power bill under which more miners would be called to the army. three'lives lost Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 22.-Tlireo lives are belierevd to have been lost ina fire which destroyed the home of Walter MacElwee In Hortell this morning. The East Avenue - Methodist Church, adjoining, was destroyed "with a loss of $60,000; Firemen fought the flames in a temperature of 7 degrees below sero. - b5lsheviki8m defined (From the Chicago Daily News) �Toryism, would, "maintain the established order"; democracy would Invite the maid ot all work to the family councils and the common table; BolshevikiSm would put tho ma^ in the parlor and relegate the family to the kitchen and the coal-bin. ' SAVING BY MAIL HOW? Mail H cheque tor the amount you wish to save to the Treasury ot the Province of Alberta. You need hot add exchange. You Will receive upon your Savings 6% per anniim, compounded .halt-yearly, You may withdraw your tuilds at any timo. You will not day's Interest-no matter when you remit or withdraw. . ' , # - When ycu wish to withdraw simlily return Savings Oertltlcatas for the deplred amount. No notice Is required. . By rejurn mall you will receive Savings Certlficstes, which, backed by the full Assets of the Province of Alberta, afford you absolute security. , , For further particulars, wrlto or apply to, . W. V. NBWSON,  Deputy Provincial Treasifrcr. Bdmbhton. Alberta. Department Q. Seven bo"y automobile thieves wore convicted in the Juvenile court at Winnipeg on several ch.irges ot stealing and damaging automobiles. The wife ot Gabriel Hammel, farmer and their 7 year old boy, were Instantly killed byajC.N.R. train near the-flag station of,St.-Mlohaelr-iQuebec. The Canadian Railway .War Board I has ordered that freight shall move by the.shortest routes,: and indirect-rout ing. be done away .with where'; it Still has-existed. - ".-i 'Cajit; Norman Chami)erlslri;'a j^ephow of ''Joseph Chamberlain, misaitfjg since Dec-1, was found .out in ,No Man's Land, surrounded by the bodies of IS Grenadiers and 20. Germans; - Rbt. J. E. Munro, a pastor at Oak-vllle, declines to accept an Increase of $250 in his Salary oftorert, by the congregation, but the members" Insist on paying It, - - -- - . .- 0 PRESBYTERIAN Allberta-has two full fledged cabinet miiL^Mrs now since Sir James Loug-hcwd, (oirmerl^ minister without por(-to'li9y^;Ws been given.Charge'of a new 1^%  v '''^Visebuht %Illner - says tb'ere Is too much talk of our war alms. Probably the war alma that have been set (orth don'jl^iuit the yisoount and he there-fore^Odialikes having them set forth. test about economy. Many need-Mp,{i:ii5^(iss ;offices and officers havis bB�n fet>'vjij?��iBtoined|. jmd^r jparty. jgovemment ly," if not wholly io Datisty the leitlsh purpose! ot a community or need ot a'^Job by some party tol-er.' Canada''h'asCpald;out millions money in the yean gone by, not tor ,4olent service l{i bdnUnistration, but,, liji^iy ^im^. :iw;e '4'(teipen upon Canada and the United St'ates f6r their food supply." High school masters, and senior pupils mid-western Ontario towns and cities have started a movement to conserve and utilize the, potential manpower of those schools in food prbduc- ron and their problems of Canada. i. C. Elliott, West Middlesex. Introduced a bill in the Ontario legislature today to remove the disqualiticatlon ot women as candidates; for, the legls'r lature. .The bill was felven-lts first reading.' r [, Moving picture film exchanges have combined in "\yinnipeg in a war upon the provincial censor board. The managers of "Winnipeg .branch film eip changes, 12 In number comptalnytha't the censor board is unreasonable in its Judgment of films, - �' , ^- � - .vi, Peter Alslrom, aged sixty, was brought to the Revelstoke hospital from Albert Canyon on Saturday night with both hands .and both ..feet,badly frozen, having been out for five days and nights without shelter, and wl,tU nothing to eat but al small liinch. At BrockvlUe Mrs. W. J. Nute, an aged resident, while going upstairs, fell, carrying a lighted coal olV .lamp, which exploded and. she Was partially burned. When found she was dead. Her invalid husband, in, attempting to save her, tell and was injured.; . The Vanoouyer' Stin', iiBcusiing the probability ot it>remler BrewSler going to Ottawa, says Attorney-General Far. ris might succeed him as premier with former Judge Mclnnes, as attorney-general. The names ot Hon., John Oliver and Hon. Dr. King are also associated with the premiership. Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and Sth .Street S. Rev. Capt. A. H.Denoon,-'Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor. Regular rervices at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ' 10 a.m.: Boys Department. I2.3A a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class. 2.3(J,^.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. .00 p.m.: Oiher Departmonts ct Sunday School 4.p,m,: Chinese Class, Anthem, "He Shall Some Down Like Rain," (Dudley Buck); Solo, "How; Lovely Are Thy Dwellings," (LId-i die), Mrs. Layton. Anthem, "Seek Yo | the Lord," (Roberts); QuartQtt(3, Since April 1, 1917, the Canadian cavalry in Franco, has received no less than 100 awards for deeds ot gallantry. The list of awards includes two Victoria Grosses, one CM. G., (Command, er of the Order of Bt. Michael and St. the "P. M. work. Home MIssidn Report  The Home Mission Jleport presented by Mr. Burns showeil' this work In a flourishing condltlop'.^-During.the past year the H. M. grantsyhad been reducr ed or wholly extinguished on many fields. A church had been built at Maslnasln, while two were in process of : construction at MUk ; Riyer �,nd Nobletord. At New Dayton and Coal hurst manses had been constructed The grants for the coming year nfere fixed and every arrangement made tor carrying on the work successtuUy within the bounds of the Presbytery. Religious Education' The report on Religious Education .was presented by Mr.vAUan and was followed interesting and profitable discussion. The;report showed that there wore over 1600 scholars; In the S. S. ot the Pres#'tery, 17 organized Bible Classes, and tour adult Bible classes, A number of S, B. Institutes had been held within the bounds and in conjunction with .the Methodist Church, a'"'Southern , Alberta Sunday School ASjioctatlon had been formed. . Mr. Barrett gaye th0 report ot.tbe Budget'Committee. The budget allocation to the Presbytery for 191,8 Is $3,300.00 and this was apportioned to the several charges. Want Salaries Raised An overture to the General Assembly was passed asking that the salaries of ordained mLsslonariea be raised. The Revs. Allan and Barrett Were appointed as ministerial commissioners to the Genoral 'Assembly and MessrR. Wallace andoNobleras eider coraralBBloners. it wus decided,' ask tho Board of Hotao Missions THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE "Love Not tho World," from Gaul's Music for SunfLay-'ai follows: "Tho "Holy City." i Sun Shall Bo'-,No'-:More,"^.(Wood- ward); "Leati'Kindly. "Light," (Dudley Buck) J- '"Je8ui;- Pilot Me," (Gouijl5;'"Ladles' ; quartette, "Thou jHiddeh>-'L(M3' "dfr God' Wliose HDlghtr (St(iln^i'>4'(Seo'Hyrall:Book ' to to METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B. D., Pastor, Residence 320 11th St. S: Phones: Parsonage 404,' Church Study 408 Claude Hughes, Musicnl Director 11 a.m. Morning Worship, Subject: "Divine Deliverances." , 12 noon; Bible Schtool' .Atid Bible Classes. ...l;., ..� 4.00 p.m.: Monthly.,Baptts)|iai-Services. 7,20 p.m.: Song Sgrvlco. 7.30 p.m.: EvonlngL-'AVoi'slilp;'.Subject BAPTIST First BapUit Church Cor. 3rd-/^vs. and 9th St. 8. Rev. C. Baker, Patter Services conducted hf the pastor at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.' ' A.M. Subject: "Modern Forerunners of the Coming King." This wlll'be-an evangelistic sermon to profeS'sed of Britdin and Eosfjt a MatUijiiofiPlYine Proclama- 'no ciiiiectiin" tlori.' All Seats Fr^e CHRISTIAN\JSCI^NCB CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIE'r^Y  i.Hull ;aiocK, .7:tti Stre'at-^*.' �:,vsun(fay s�irv,l,^e;'at'1'l/,ii;>.i*i Subject; -{'Mind,"-,' fi'^il '--^1% ' SuntTftV,,. Sctiooi. V oiipmwoH-^llst^e* the mqi'riing^sorvlce,^^' '/ .V" WodrVe>cjay^lfV9n|nfl. Tostjmoiy most Thsrlireadlng'roomv^ii^iopendall/ except "SJi'ndays and Idgall.holldnys', from 3 to 5 p.m. Hero, tho Bijjlo nndjaulhor-Izod Christian Science-JUtot^.t^jte may bo road, borrowed or^nUtohnaedy Thq, public U cordlnlly ^ JnYltftd!.vtosj^al-; tho morning, services, especially, for , a'few weeks at Jl)ts church. I Life Is.a buslneiis;.,Je�UB Christ is tho head of'the;-fl)-m..�JH[,e, accepted lite an a trust fromtOodJ: made it HIa l)usinesp; .ran-'it '^0I|,'ait4.riwhen He^taitment ot His ste^wardshjp jwhlch ;.stJUv'remains open and unp^estiShjpd, ana,'left behind to 'humanity � hef.'jcholcest legacy and. sternest cl^Klteo'ge, "life obumlnnt," .,^!�f . ^ Evolution ife the tejv: pMlte,-the oh�er .vancei'of' twhichmade Jesus:�vhat Hu I was-thp ''eOns^eifiV^tlyiO'informer." To .f��lfill;Ui� law wAs,- to,: evolve Jt, ,,wl�1clv;Ho-,dld'l)V"'�tfroklng out con-. yentjfeiiali;- rollgfoijsiir gt^tutes and transTerlng tlibir vlla^ principles to a common lifo. to'be let^oose among tlte common haunts^of men; by ex-ohangliig the i)byli^i%rloB ot.rellglouB dispen|ierHifor> the- Common garb ot tbo toller; hf - lay Ing'\�t every man's door tlie*.'.HOle -responsibility of hU Qwii..Sftlvatloi).;aiiid tor;hl8 necessary contribution foi' tho possible Ir'iil' ,." dori)i'''-bf'Oodi"-.i::^-rt'w.;-';' All Are Welcome Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St, 8. Oliver L; Curtis, Pastor Connaught Mansions Bible School at 10,3,0-Eftoh ono count!) one. Come; " , I tend tho church sorVlobej^.'aisrf'Kto' Cpmmunion services and preaching at visit ,tho reading room; ' V'A"."rsl-'. .11.30. % " � , -------:--- � � Short'Sermon tor the Children, sub- ASSOCIATED BIBLE ^STUDENTS Ject: "Christian Baptism." Asia." _______________ .........___ send In Rov, P,'UoblnBori With a singer George), tour Distinguished Service to conduct evangelistic services with- Orderfi,. 20 JWtlltvyf-Crosses, ,12 Dls- Jn tho bounds of theJb��l�ytecy,i:'' tlngulshod Conduct Medals,, S2 Mill- The Presbytery adjourned to me^t Regular'service at 7,30. Subjoct; "The tary Medals, four French decorations in Lethbrldge at a date to bo tl�ed Sufficient Christ." land tour mentlonod',In'despatches, by tho suportntondont and mod^ri^tov. The public cordially invited. Evening services: Christian Eiideavor I Room 12 Stafford Block, Fifth St,'S, , at 6,4B, Mrs. C. S. Farrow, loader. . [Sunday, 7,30,, BIblo Study. , i Subject: "The Power of the Oroas In, Wodnqsdny;. 8/p.m. .Bible Study, on "The Atonement Between Qod and Man/- followed by prayer and tosti njony uiootlng. All we(oo(ne No colleetlon SA&VATIOI�. ARMY Adj;.V�iinai.Wrs.%Bmllt9n, officers In SuAdsir^ia a m, 3 8i�d 7 30 p.m. 8 p.m. Surtday.iSchbol,'!! p,m, MonjJfV., ^Thursdfty*'?#turday, 8 Tu�s4wr,\7 ip PqVp Cadets. WednOsdoy, 8 pim.jfHpnro League. � pSmfi tyo BavJuff S^butH and Guardii Thij ,,Cttadel-i'WHaj^i in attendances, PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ^OEMBLV ' 8.0. c. Hall, next'Y. M. C. A. f,' Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor  Rrss, 3S7.16th St. N. , Sunday, 11 and 7,30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, S.p.m. Prayer Service, 1514 3rd Ave. N, Saturday, 8 p.m, mi Mi- ;