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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY THE LETHBPIDCF DAILY HEP t. PAfiR mmm Afmiwt Farmen, Charfed.with Mak- ing Alcoholic Liquor at the -pro rliil cMtt WtdMfcUr lion. luf. hid H sitting, i-harea preferred oa information by the Mounted acilnat two Aus- trian 7ko VipiKilfla icd for, bar- lnz on irsniliis a ,Wuh for Its -It- ijeor. The imJormsilon Uil .by mui Lobb'aad Ctrpc'hU ol wlw itoor aid -by Mr. P.. A. -..that Trt.-u uot aat In that It was not .thai; tbi ivijh wu for of dlstlUtog wklskvf.-'. Be coctwxied It wai to wloo tit waa the cut In rilaiara-pt'oln ind further tiat la Oraal Brl made tbo DefudasU irsr'a 'home-made with 30 eat. alcohol In Tvluma'ww titowej be wllooit Utrlcc- oa w fur" tkat he brew vu la wu not tit to drink. a> tlw am usod for the supply con- by cittto, and to eel a sup- lr o! drinkable water necessitated Jomreej- of milei. The wain of two of 40 gallons found la each of the ot he a .comiuou welling oouie -with their two (ami- let. The UiredieiiU UMd wheat, will oats, and aampiej of me brew were exhibited la wait. One of wu tbe product seized by tho police offlclali In a high GAVE! TORONTO, ji.' loenta (er tali city for U I'ESl, an ot Torooto'a population, u return- ed-'by the o-flc depart- ment. Is an Increase of Luge Heard at tty Aftermoon More quits a lane gathering ot the Christian Men's league last Sun- day at the r.rmentatlon.-.aB thej-stated, when an Capt. A. H. Denoon' and icltad, muctO >o It was IBDOE- itfcle to keep lldti'on the Jan; the other wis of life brow, ihrpoch tlrejElng and rwdy for coasumptlon, produced by, tho aocuMd. lud tMUd ky the court. Tie police dls- coVery Hie. W Mr: C .T. i officer, Wood, OM lis Harlnt ar- The crmrs :lhe Judgment until- 10 j Clock FVidly morn Ing, 'Janaary dress, on "Optimism or He said the subject had jeea suggested by the reading of an article in the British Weekly the writ- er of which called Pessimism the Mas- ter SJu of the Age. The speaker re- ailed aucleul legend in which God ru supposed lo have decided to take all i In out of the world and fent >n logel to the Devil lo taki from him all his power. The Devil pleaded Ihit he might Keep one sin only. This request Is supp'oscd was granted and ihe Devil kept the Pessimism for ho said to himself "If 1 can keep thla 1 can retain all." Capt. Denoon continuing showed bow PfMlmfsm had been one of the major sacred history also itrcecnlar history. Wilberforce, Welltafjtoai.'.and Hnrke had all been extreme'- Wellington on hit death bed said that he was glad to population a Dr. G. R. Moulton, of Chicago That James Ver- sion Not True Bible pfksa.'away 'as the world vas on rerge a rerolulion. the Pes.slmlstn .today, ho said was and was due to probably. tbVei jeaiisc-s. In the individual .to'.tfem- tbs ntato chiefly'. 16' the Attorney of' Jon ah and the if.-halo ha 'I..; [fact that during the last five 7 years -cbme down to the modem world as a MpU IB Empire had lived on a pure cojntdy and, what Is worse, a sidering Introduction of legislation EDMONTON, Jan! or not the. proTlnce directly llofty plane, a plane of sacrifice and service an'd now a reaction'had Asel in aiid, depression "followed.' In the Old Country all the national energy during those years was turned to war service'and It was hard lo change these conditions to peace services. A third factor was that during llis heat ot the strife -wo could not It's the tender throat or tohsilsj'that debilitate and leave this body disposed to serious-.-gerin diseases. SCOTTS E'lmi II provenl rtlle of liquor within, its''bounds, .V tlie question ribiv being looked into th'u aUomey-genen iof lowered resistance, is that 'cough. The wili-fi 'he coming session.. nourishment and to v both'Do'mfciori golden age in the provincial, of. pro- future'and hot eventing, bstahiishiui; for Him. tad been victorious life would 'export of liquor, butsldo of tlie iioti.have heen province. There no .licensing is ever the same'-rwe need liot-h.e de- system for vendors called for pressed bettersth'lrigsif yill al- ande'r the' act, and the pfpvinclal gov-: (hough all erhhiEnt had no control over the ship-jiug; and 'finally, we .niu'st remember. jmenls.lnto or from other ourvhum'arjrhature enshrines-won- The. aald, derful .possibillfiss.ouch as can'sur- lie realized the fact'that most of almpst'unheiievable dlfficult.ies :itha Trarohouses so establUhed woald as has been so splendidly demonalfat- Biblical story ol Jonah and .the whale Is a mythical comedy, according to Dr. Richard Greeii MouHoa, chief of the dspart- ra'en'C of general literature lu tbo Uni- versity of Chicago. Prof. Moulton, an Englishman by birth, addressed a gathering Wesleyans at Bath where he waa '.educated as a boy. "The stofy ot Jonah and the while upon which; so' ;many sermons have beeu based, is; utterly devoid o: truth." Dr. Slojilton said. "It was a commentator who introduced the liar ratlve of-the whale Into tho Book o .Jonah. He wrote'jt In his m.'nuscrlp way of a, footnoto and as a com idcmtiry. But It became [deluded in tie 'texff.wlth the result that the his a ribald .iatire." n, who has received rth' dvigree'iil A.M. trom the Unlversitj of Canibrldge and of Ph. D. from th Pennsylvania, has lee tured'.otflteritiire at tho Unlversit uf the university it Khlcli-'J.ocn'Ij.T Rockefeller Is the :hief benefacloft'rProf. Moulton is a LONDON HONORS ITALIAN GENERAL LONDON. JaiV. of the tllwayriea'a. unions aj.strablfd at on headquarters this morning to dis- the coverumenl'a proposlton lu etllement of the wage demands of employees of lover grades. Sixty delegates, representing HOD local un- oiis with members were ures- >nt. -J. H. Thomas, general secret- ary ot Ihe National Rallwaymcn'E Un- on, declines lo saske any statement, but other delegates expressed tho be- lef that the discussion would last for two days and that It was probable a decision might, he reached tomorrow. RETAIN. DISCOUNT v-n pVjJiiWA, bei'rd of com- re- Ited, and Cinntn, Lim- jnetalnlng of 2 1-2 dozen cans on can- ned frultt a'mt promis- ed by firms .to certatn wholesale' grocers as a premium for placing their wtiole'ordera for the pack of '1919 with these two companlei. Trie had been retained1'unpaid, on the ground that payment of It would be Illegal. ATTEMPT TO RELEASE RADICALS .DETROIT. Mich., first effort to force the release.of any ol the SCO radicals captured in raids here, came when a writ of habeas corpus was issued for Albert Renner manager of the House of Masses wheic most of the prisoners were taken. Mathew prpso cutor, later announced that he woult Issue complaint against Hcnner. a Uni ted States .citizen, charging violation ,100 would be-held for deportation. ithb.cure was ilct us that as God to 'the weakened system. Give a trial fc-41 i fttacle, CMC Cuticura Soap For the Hands Chaut State: The-KlnJf is not the tne H'lacksVentlrely- tho dis- tinction Tho King Bible as a MrlBS of texts. '.iTiey' gave us a !to used for boollegKing within- the -.province and h'e.wsn, therefore', desir- of prohibiting them It If could be loEe. He la.in the meantime reaerT- ng judgment aa. to whether, s.uch, ac- ion is possible or not, C- au to, V Stop a CqUgh TIJs uort In hurry. pre- nd nbotrt f.1. You iniclit be surpriscil to know lhat tlic beat linns you cnn HSR for n ecvero ft'r'eTaeJy wliicii i a easily Vired at home in just n few iiiomcnh. -ll'a but- for v'rompt results it Ijcata niiv'thinx :illy (hi; orditmry cough or chcot cold rn hours. Tastes plcasnnf, too children like anil It is pure and aooJ. I'our ounces of.Tincx (ZQ conta bottle; Ihfn 'fill it up v.'illi plnin sycup. Or luc clarified lioney, or corn r? nip; insleail of Eiisar pyrup, if dcsiroil. Thus-- you 'makft 1G a family supply but coslinp no more than a. tnial! bottle rcatij'-nimlc syrup. And ax n incdirinpi there !3 really, nothing bcllcr lo be had at nny price. It to the spot and r-U-ra quirk, haling relief. It promptly ItcAh' (lie inflniiicil ih.it line throat and nir alopi the tbronl tickle, loosens the anil soou your Etoji3 en- tirely. SpIcmJiil for brouchitia, croup, Jj tars and bronchial flsthtna. Pines is a cnncrntratcd com- 1 cund of Xorr.-n.v pine cxCrnct, fnmoiu for on the membranes. To cvoid nsk your ,for onntca of rint.v' dircclinns nnil don't rtccont nnyihin.i; ISP. thin ran Iced lo give nbifilnlo or money rcfuntlld.. The 1'inex Toronto, Out. Faint and Dizzy Spells. Weakness and Shortness" of Breath. Yen cau '-generally' tell when ihe lietrt it offw.ted lij- (lie faint arid dizzy the Ehortnesa of hre.ith, unlplla- J cannot pralso It too highly." Burdock Blood- B'ltlori puts the stomach into shape by promoiinj per- feel digestion, and restoring heallh and strength lo the pyslcm. Manufact- ured only by The Co., Lim- Affairs, anil founded several uoivsjaiiorn and magazines 13 Country, Toronto. I The Pastor of Each Church will be in charge, and be assisted by two Laymen. Subject, "The Forward. Movement" An Offering Will Be Taken Tonight _ CHRISTIAN THURSDAY NIGHMpeakerrRev. C. E. Cragg. g BAPTIST CHURCH-- THURSDAY R ev. 0. L. Curtis. KNOX CHURCH- THURSDAY Rev. E. J. Hodgins. UNITED CHURCH- (IN THE HALL) THURSDAY Rev. A. H. Denoon, WESLEY CHURCH- THURSDAY Rev. F. Dafoc. THE WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETIES OF THE CITY ARE HOLDING .A PRAYER SERVICE IN WESLEY HALL At 3 O'CLOCK FRIDAY AFTERNOON Tlie program will be shared by the different representatives of the churches. All women of the city are cordially invited, ;