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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 1920 It THE LETHBRIDGR: DAILY HEPALD. IMIOGEI .JAGE MACXEKSEN Sail A POPULAR IDOL HI Divtal. of Best Informed MCH Lawyers, Doctors amd Others After (he Manitoba Grain Growers Hear (By Canadian Press Leased BRANDON, Man., from provincial dlslrlcts were pre- to United Farmers of Mani- tutu yesterday Ihe -It Grain Growers' Association at the opening of ywlerdty t session of their convention "inKrely of Jtulhenlaus, wired KreeMngi and promise of in the fltai' Ofier district! '.it-.C.. ported their membership a'j- 'a fs.or of inaejwnoent-'rJoUt-i leal action as a'meiaswf'aecuring the] adoption of the D JJCJCeorie.yreporiltfs'fOT don, urgei (he an fnfilliteat at Its govjerunjont at j.c. Ottawa, Lo ha S'.... O A'jame-s, Souns repotted that! Field "MHi'sUal MacMaBen, wearing the uniform of Dealh's Head Hussars, leaving ihOBiallon at IJerlln with doctors, lawyers and all Starts of peo-1 General Von Se'cckt, wearing helmet, who' was formerly his General Chief ol Staff V large -crowd assembled pie were "cUmqrlng the arid snooted "Hoeh, farriers' organbatjon, for'the plums Canadian Press Leaiatd OTTAWA, Jan. Macoun, chief of tho biological dlvls- on of the geological survey, died this He was widely known hroughout Canada and In other coun- tries where he had a reputation as' )ss of- tho systematic )olanistB and experts in the fur seal Industry. During the past summer, while studying the natural history of Jasper Part and the adjoining terri- tory, he was taken III and never rai- led; Mr. Macoun was born In Belleville, Ont., 1862, and was. the son of Pro- fessor John Macoud, formerly of Ot- tawa, but now of Sydney. Vancouver [Stand, B. 0., snil brother of .W. T. .Macoun, of the experimental farm liere. Tha iafe Mr. Macoun was engaged with his father In 1S81 In the explora- tion of the territory between Portage la Prairie, and the headwaters of the Asslnllioine. He was engaged In the that will when we get i under political action." DID YOU EVER USE SLOAN'S? Kwp It Handy to Promote Prcmpt From Rheumatic and W WOMEN'S IN8TITIITE AND HEL1EF WORK i the Women's Institute Re-ling. Ifiere has, been, and will be un- lllef .Depot to-dispatch-nil-tlie' sacks less relief is .speedily Eeiit. The let- The Widow's" cruise' of oil whose supply never gave out or diminished is a very good simile for the Alberta Women's Institutes when considered iu the light of relief work accomplish- ed by this organization. Sfface last Hay, bale after bale from the indi- vidual Institutes have been finding Jtheir way In southern-prairie r and IIMJ you know what Sloan's Sothcr parts where Ihero was need for Liniment do, as 'thonsands 'clothing of men and, women the world! m... I promptly, never needing to hold over any'shipments for lack o! supplies in a certain line, for, jf the stock is low, supplies fronv are at once purchased to tide over Ihe work unlll-inore supplies in that line are twinges of rheumatiz" for relie that _lamo back, musc'e stiffness soreness, aches, all sorts of extf palna, and exposure altcrmaths. rubbing ____ Ihe congestion, lief to tie throubL Throe and ter reads: '.T have a family of twelve children with ho crop tO'Epeak of, not even po- 1 had to keep my children oul of school becsnBe .1 have ,no clothes for them, rhave seven age received In the Incoming we live" five and a half miles to In this way there Is no delay, which is a very important Item in relief work. Then, loo, all shipments .are. sent by express, thus doing away with any delay in transportation. AH shipments are prepaid so that the fami- lies In the drought area receive the assistance out .price. without money and with- Of course the need for clothing of all kinds and sizes will be a continu- ._ _. In the Rlley.ous one for some little time, to judge .-Block, 323-325 8th Ave. West, the rate the applications for as- Onl> UVet i'mife where .supplies from all parts 'Bislasce are pouring In to (lie relief Jhbing Soon penetrates ,ProjIndl) are "celved; where] depot'and anyone having garments or bringing rnercif 1 te' aPIlcatl0.118 for and! bedding may ship them'to the Alberta jumping part. 70c. Any has it If like to hl3 name (Made tn Canada.) Sloan's .....-e the clothing is sorted, repack- ed, and sent homes in the drought area. Since CUt' of.December, 744.per- sons have been supplied with com- plete outfits of wearing apparel. These outfits include hats, underwear, outer-. Women's Institute Relief Depot, Cal- gary, and alleipress tir freight charges will be borne by the Depot. A sample of one ol the many letters coming to the depot is as follows and shows more .clearly, than any .outsid- er's account-how the families in.lhese school.; They got each such n terrible cold 'and I had to send one to the'hos pllal. 1 thunkful if you could send me even's IHUe help for them Any old thlngs: would do as I coulr; make over things for them. We hai to sell our chickens to buy a little but I only received [01 them, and a person' can't expect to buy much for (hat money." Siiteen dollars capital from which to provide clothing for fourteen in the family. Arid yet, when once the ap plication fnr help has been sent In to the Women's Institute Relict Depot it is just' as though they h'sd ruhbet Aladdin's wonderful lamp, for the Genii; in the everyday gurb of the ox press -man; to be sure, will In Jlie course of a week or so, deposit at this home sacks just bulging with all the warm garments for which tho little t, j me muiiiies in.. sarmenls, overcoats, sweaters, boots, areas where there has been aV crop stockings .Rnd laitls, etc. Over fallurn for several yeais 'in odcces- donated .in; cash by the Al- sion, are faring. It herla of mo takes no ltl investigation of tar seal Sihrtios nl the PaclOc on behalf of Great Britain and Canada. In 1SS6, he went to Dehrteg Sea and main in 19U. In 1910, while etudylBf flora and fauna of the cout of Hud- son Bay, his ship ifu t out all on board .were They went by smaH bpat tq Poft Ckurchlll, from which point they the overland- trip (0 on foot, tn the depth of winter, reaching thB telegraph line when they had tlawwt given up as LOOK FOR AGREEMENT EVANfSELIZATION OF THE WORLD ATLANTA CITY, K J., Jan. A three day conference of the inter- church world movemenl, at which t program of Protestant denominational cooperation for the evangelization of the world will be formulated and amount of money necessary for this purposa will be determined, opened hero today. Jlore than 1000 delegates, represent- ing about 20 denominations and 000 churches in all sections of the Un- ited Stales are here for the meeting. BUSY AS BEES'AGAIN QUBDRC. Jan. was resum- ed full blast today at the shipyards of the Davles ShipiiulHJng company at Fifteen "wore employed there before closing and to- day were taken tm> The balance of the suspended employees will grad- ually be taken back us operallous are resumed. PARIS, Jan 'IjiS Optimism prevail! as to the conference held by Premiers Lloyd ana NtUI, and It Is there will be a agreement, by which and Zara may be established >V' as tree and independent says the Pel It Paris len. old or skin JOttrt bretks out tccUT Iff OUM the remedies you ostng do not get to the root but remain on the TryZam-Duk! It pecttrata t> underlying tiMUM. gernu and earn from "rmf up. Zan-Buk eurtt AU deftlen. Site. box. Viijis (THIS WEEK) In the Interest of the Interchurch Movement CHRISTIAN CHURGH- TONIGHT-Speaker, Rev. C. E. Cragg. TOMORROW NIGHT-Speaker.. the pastor, ReV. 0. L. Curtk BAPTIST CHURCH- TONIGHT-Speaker, Rev. 0. L. Curtis. TOMORROW NIGHT-Speaker, the pastor, Rev. F. W. Dafoe, KNOX TONIGHT-Speaker, Rev. E, J. Hodgins. TOMORROW NIGHT-Speaker, the pastor, Rev. A. H. Denoon. Preparatory Service. UNITED CHURCM (fHTHE HALL) TONIGHT-Speaker, Rev. A. H. Denoon. TOMORROW ths pastor, Rev. E. J. Hodgins., WESLEY CHURCH- TONIGHT-Speaker, Rev. W. F. Dafoe. TOMORROW NIGHT-Speaker, the pastor, Rev. C..E Cragg. THE WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETIES OF THE CITY ARE HOLDING A PKAYER SERVICE IN WESLEY HALL At 3 O'CLOCK FRIDAY AFTERNOON The program will be shared by the different representatives of the churches All wbirien of the city are cordially inyited. ..lothcr of the'.hpusehold has been in duiging In dreanjs and wishes-for c long, long Can any one --T- rJ joiuu, am Luiuig. it mses no imaeiaa- -Alberta .Institutes and clt InstUutes. By having a supply tiou at all lo read 'between thVlines zons Generous'and >ney on has enabled to .see what suffer- n3 Is nflflivn by the followin list .of donations; th'e W( men's Depot, -r. many thank's Round Hill Institute 25.00 .Delia Institute 104.65 -Mrs. A. Armstrong, Fort Saskat- cliewaii 5.00 .Mr. and Mrs. G, 3. Scott, lam........................ 5.00 .dive Institute oO.OO ,Arkona Iristituts............. S.OO IWinlerburn institute......... 3.00 [Mr..and -Mrs. .John Gallowaj-, ;Fort Saskatchewan......... 15.00 Eaglo Hill Institute. ...___. Edmonton 25.00 "Angus nidge s.OO jWnlnwright Institute....... 25.00 Crossfleld Institute 35.00 I'OUgheed Institute 10.00 Mrs. Rosa Woodhill, Sedge- wick 5.00 iL'nrmer near Federal..........2.00 I Stratbmore Institute .___..... 4.00 Mrs. lieck, Fort Saskatchewan 1.00 Munson Institute 10.00 Alls Institute 48.60 Bliuilosr, Institute........... 25.00 MeriR Institute 35.00 Arlhurville-Paulson Institute 10.00, Xew Norway U.F.A. and Wom- en's Institute 47.85 Argylo Inslllute 50.00 Rugby -Institute 25.00 Mrs. Aldesta Cundall, Mann- ville..................... 5.00 Stetller Institute 13.00 -..Js Institute........... 50.00 Dr. 0. II. Turner, Fort Saskat- Vviiewan........... 25.00 Oneway Institute 6.00 Milnor Instltule 20.50 Conjuring Creek Institute 10.60 Trocbu Institute Ifr.OO Sir Hoger Keep Chapler, 1.0. D.B., Alliance 25.00 Pine Creek Institute and Smoky Ijako school Holden- Inslllute, 1 box; Mrs. T. II. Flighl, 1 box; Airdrle hidllule, 1 box; Miss C. U. Onmon, High Hiver, 1 linn- idle; Cowloy Institute, 1 iiimdlo; West- ward Ho Instltulei 1 box; Bollm in- fetitulc, t box; Munson, Institute, 2 njxcs; Jlrs. Crecr, Citlgnry, 1 Crosstleid Instltule, 2 boxes; Tonoka, 1 bundle; lied Willow .Institute, 1 sack; Uowitcn Inslllute, 1 boxj-'Dlds- jbury Inslllute, 2 boxes; Arkona In- sllliito, Federal, .1 boxes; l.ocklmrl In- slitiilc, 1 box; Sivrtthnioro Institute, 2 hoxos; Slbluld Institute, I box; Lougliccd Institute; 68 Articles; Mrs, V. 0. Found, Field, 1 box; Endeavor Institute, Edgertoti, arllclcs; Tro- chu Institute, 1 box nnd 1 Willow Inslltule, 1 barrel; Itinlstail, box and 1 sack; Mrs. Francis, Cal- gary, 2 bundles; 'Mra. 11. V. Ilrertin, liassano, 2S5 articles; Cal- gary, 2 bundles; rtoppel, Er- skins; 2 boxes; Spirit lilver Ihstltulo, GO arti- cles; Viking Institute, 2 nacks; Ed- monlon, 1 sacks Olds Instltule, M6 articles; Coronnlion Inslltule. 1 box; Halkirk Institute, J box; Innisfnil in- slilule, boxes; nyley box; 2 tacka; Allx, 117 articles; Kleet, 200 arlicles; Hughcniien Instl- lule, 116 flrllciea; Hermit Lake Insll- lulc, 1 box; Cluny Instltule, I box; (I. P. ItunUir, Calgary, 1 bundle. Men who