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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY THE LETHBRfiMSK DAILt HCTA1O PAfiB 1'owoDoos Gases, Floods and Maks Waste of West- ern Vein Cruz State ME3IUO CITY, Jan. arc bring emitted by tto now volcano c; Sta ia lie rsslerc pirt o( llis of Vcra t'O itivlcei received. hero Im night. It !i "ir.tod volcsulc bis flostod as Isr si Ccicorafttpec. at-vut 30 mites of the nsw crster. Ersry In liiii niclaitT Uss ds ivkUe lava anil Jlpaia of tOiuo vt.lK from 055352 bjr CLEAN yes and disiafecte'l too! ETeryooe likes hed-iiaen, blankeUj etc., to br: supcr- elcan immaculately freth. of ill soaps to me it it dit Infeets u it eleamei LIFEBUOY HEALTH cent carthquikcs are Hooding the dls- trlcis near the crater. Kelugees from San Miguel conliriu arlier reports telling of nutueious eaths from falling buliaings pols- tioua gases. Rebels who their eidijuurtcrs in that region have s'Jt- severely, both from vasualllti cd from supples, it sUtod. Report's from Teocelo, by way of Cruz, state a vanlo prevail! hr.ro from the fear lhat the old vol- ano near Cofre dfc Poote wlli become ctlve, 3lace craclci hare appeared on sides of the mountain. Read. Garcia his just returned from Couillsn, sUtcd he had counted 1 dsvi and 100 Injured lu that vU- and aassried roads between Jouttlea end QuImtiUsh wore com- etoiy destroyed. Jalspt that othor travellers r.rrtrlnj thsro fho villago of Uar- Alts., near Coujllaa, was al destroyed nuioeious victims. la Jalipi Ilialf, 15 per cent of tho waro damaged. Water >er- vlco litre It to two hours daily. Vert Cms authorities hope to maintain the preMnt supply !or days, by which time it Is hoped tlie water of tie Jalapa river, which sup- the city, will fit to tirluk. Relief meaiureB for qeake are procresilng rapidly, rwaot being eubicrlbod by tbo employees of Ibe national railways and moro than fire hundred thousand .by tho army. soldier contributed anil the of- ficers eueacribed amounts larger tbaa wore tiven by privates. COLONEL'S EXPERIENCES AS COACHMAN OTTAWA. Jan. December BAD SILVER IS NOW CIRCULATING IN THE PROVINCE your ullirer." of tne bill ol couotorfoltlns nut dUcovered la r balance ahstt ot of revenue Co1a'' aaii ls Dhort police at cmce. In that ef ipendllure oi Total ex- i fortj may be made to trace It to 111 endlture on capital account [includ- Til0 passed at r.g war) daring-tile nine monlhs was During the corresnon- Ing nine nioatlii of ISIS, It was }236.- The debt was Increased prins DBcember by I20.ZS1.000. U Lleut.-Col. H. T. Russell, who has started in business as a livery stable deeper in Monlagu K'ortb, Montagu Square, Ijondon, often drivea his carriages, and has had sonic strange- Photo shows Lieut. Col. H. T. Itussoll with Miss Austin, whom Uo has taken Into partnorahlp. Doth look smart in their white hats. PARIS, Jan. hnndrert and fcrly sanalorn out of a total of 300 in tho upper houso of the French par- Hamcnt will be elected tomorrow. Of this number 1C5 will be elected for .'oatB, occupants of which should have been elected in 1915; SJ to which senators ehould have been elected in and 2J will replace senators who haye died. There will, In addi- tion, be fourteen new senators from Altaoe and Ixjrraine. Ten deputies are candidates for the upper house, and 120 former deputies have been carrying on rigorous campaigns for election. BAD COLD LEPT HIM WITH BRONCHITIS alifht n cold you bare you rhaulfl ncvar neglect H; it 7011 do it can havo Lilt out postilt. It leaves iht throat or lungs, or both, affected. Jiioucliitia is ono ol lljo most cont- iiiou uffcc'tiona of a iicgleoied coirl, and ui elected bronchlUe' the most ctiuso oT consumption. Dr. Wood's Nc-.'way Pino Sjrrup is jusl'Ihe romcfly you require to cure ltio lironrhUts. U does this lij locwen- hig.Lhc ph'esm TIIH! mucous, aiul slim- uiiile.i ilie rrnakeood tironchTfll bv- allays irrHntlon and siilidiuiis soothes and licab His frrUaled parts, thus prcyonUi it chronic. Mr. P. Sunftbtod. Fraocls. Kask., Lad u hail cold with hronciritiF. I tried several coiigh raaied-M and oils of nil kind.i, hut Liiuy njl At la-t 1 got Dr, iiorway PEr.c Syrup ?.nd using (wo boVJrs I have never i3R4 n K-gn ol broucbiliii since. I therefore ran honestty Tecommtntl it for rnd cccept a substilutc for Dr. Tho gennino is put up in a yellow wrapper: 3 pine trees the Irade, mark; price 25c and 50c. .Manu- by The T. Mllbiim Co., lim- ited, Toronto, MANITOBA FARMERS STILL WANT RECIPROCITY BRANDON, Jon. en- dcrscd In the national policy by the farmers approved of "endeavoring to secure unreslricted reciprocal treat- ment in natural prolucts wllti the Un- ited States fllong the lines of the rcct pfoclty agreement pi and of placing all foodatuffs oa the free Hst Other approved provtdo for a naturalization act based on personal naturalization only, and "a new Do- minion election act based on the prin- ciple of establishing the federal elec- torate on the basis of the provincial franchise." WILL AID DEPENDENTS DEPORTED RADICALS WASHINGTON, Jan. gov- ernment has definitely decided to ren- der aid to the dependents of alien radicals whom It deports, AsslManl Attorney-General Onrran annouhcetl today. Action Injthia be taken purely as a humanitarian meas- "iirs aud not because.of any obligations to tbff families of the Eilloris, hn added 'COURT ROOM NOT A PUBLIC PLACE WINNIPEG, Jan, Sir Hugh John McDonald dismissed tho lease of William. Staples, who was ar- reated at-tho conclusion of tho U. B. Russell trial for choeriDg In the court- room. Tho magistrate held Ibat the court room could not ho considered a .public place linger Ilic acclion of the jact on whicii tho-chareo based. The Forward Movement until faith shall flourish, winery be jhanlshcd and orotherly love rule everywhere. So shall Tby Kingdom Q on earth. Amen and amen." IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS At 3 p.m., SUNDAY, MN. llth All members arc requested to be present. Important business. SYSTEMATIC GIVING (By J. B. MIddlelon.l When tithing was renulrai by law, _t was a burden, whether amongst the ancient Jews, or In modern countries, where a Christian Church was na- tionally "established." Such dona- tions, regularly exacted and unwill- ugly paid, certainly damaged Hie In- of Ilollglon, gave rise to pop- ular resentment against tho clergy, and checked the natural impulses of generosity. The churches of Canada are support- ed entirely by free will offerings, and !n gcreral the revcunc comes from a very small proportion of each congre- gation. Tho men who lake' Iheir re- ligion seriously, who recognize their responsibility to God tor the wise man- agement of their resources, give con- stantly and enjoy It. Some others Imagine that they are patroniting the church when they give two dollars. A argo number seem to Imagine'that money and Christianity ought not lo be mentioned In the Fame breallu Yet Ibo very.auditorium in which they sit, enjoying these' uuble thoughts, warmed by coal which costs a tun. Undoubtedly, the free-will offering plan of church financing is the best, if all the members participate accord- Ing to their means. Tho man who contributes n thousand dollars a year should have no more religious privi- leges than the one who cannot honest- ly afford five cents. Hut the people who can afford lo give, and refuse, whether from carelessness or covete iieod stirring up. Some of Ihc churches co-operating in Ihe United National Campaign aro declaring that systematic giving should be adopted by all the member- ship. Thero are tiioso who can af- ford a tenth of their income, others aro not so fortunate. Still others could afford much more [or religious and benevolent objects. But is is desirable 'that every person who is sufficiently interested in Christianity to join a church should realize Ibat he Is under obligation to "give aa the Lord has prospered him." That means to laying aside every week of a definite sum to bo applied to Ihe support of the home church, to the j missionary enterprises of bis Com- munion, nnd lo the worthy causes which may not bo directly connected with the church. Voluntary is ardently ad- vocated by all who havo given It u fair trial. As a rule, it is not a bur- den. The money" accumlales surpriS' ingly, oven overrunning the demands, Tlie individual is never embarrassed by a subscription list, llo knows ex actly how much he can aifonl, and he gives with pleasure. It is interesting to notice thai the churchmen who. complain about the insistent call for money aro almost Invariably among those whose annual contributions have a lean and hungry look In (he annual roporla. The at- titude of the tithers is best expressed by a Toronto layman. In a recent public meeting, he said "IE any cburcli is not worth to me the ex- penditure of one-tenth ot ray incomo, It is ito good." Most of the financial ilitficiihies which are faced by the churches al this tjnle, owing lo Ibe declining value of the dollar and1 tlic extraordinary condition of International exchange, would disappear If all Ibo communi- cants would resolve to adopt some method of systcmallc giving. Usually, the revenue of a church Is not two per cent of the annual wealth of the despite the fact that Ibo ardent minority ore giving on tlio ten per cent, basis. Some mo'ni- bcrs would need ,1 table of decimals to calculate tho proportion ot their income applied to cburcli extension. Don't Prod Your Liver to Action MR Otnumtt CmUM. lion, Sick NMdMhe, Quleklv. Griping or P-ln. CujrMtoad. Tho'orffiui7 of1 digestion, ilon and Blomacn, liver and closely allied, and the proper action of any of thcso organs Is largely dcptadtnt upon Correct funetlonlnj of all tho others. "Whipping" your liver Into action calomel or forcing your bowels Irritating laxatives or cathartics la a great A btt- 1 l Drnj and Cbeaical of CuaiU, LiniteJ Ifootel 6 o'clock Price. French Crab Cocktail HORS D'OUVRES 75c Olives Chicken Fillet or Sole, Chip Potatoes SOUPS Coiiscmnio St. Florentina FISH Boiled B. C. Salmon, Egs Sauce J. D. Kiglnhothjin'S. Co., Ltd., Druggists. Had to Go to Bed Headaches So Bad MILBURN'S LAXA-LIVER PILLS MADE HER WELL your liver gels mnctirp, your Yi'hoto system and bowels become constipated, head aches, your tongue ENTREES Tondcrloin Stoak, llonlclaiso Sauce Oyster Patties a la Relnc Straivocrry Jelly and Whipped Cream SALAD Combination Saiau, Mayouiialao DrectinS ROASTS I'rlme Ribs o( IJeer, Yorkshire Pudding Slutted Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce VEGETABLES Steamed or June- Peas In DESSERT Apple Pie Clieese, Home-made Mince Steamed Sut't Pudding, Hard Sauco Vanilin. Ice Cream and L'ako Nuts and Ilalslns Coffee and A PRAYER (I3y RUY. Dr. t'haa. F. Ileisner, of New York.) "0 Lord, mnkc nio such a K3ii as bcromelli one mailo in Ciorl'R image. Purify my purposea, clarify my Ihoughls nnd rnngntfy my spirit tit flervlcti, Hulo 111- mo to chock cheap criticism, shamo sharp ppeech nud slop my search (or flaws in folks. my Ideals, enrich iny hope- Your you? ia coated, brnalh had, specks float before Iho eyes, you are bilious, have hearthurn, pain iiiider the rislit shoulder, muddy and orown fipottctl complexion, etc. Help Iho liver to resume its proper function by removing the bile thai is circulating; In the ulootl nrd poisoning lhc> system. Mrn. H ILilnlirirlgc, 30 Maple Avo., Ainhersl, '.akc plea. Kiirc lu ivriting you of Hie good I re-1 (tijvi'd hy n.sine jlilbnrn's T'llls for hoadoclins. I wfis so had 1 had I to RO to bed, nud could not sit up, A I Iricnd lolti me fibnut your woiidcrful nicdicinn, and Iwn vials havo made me as %voll as I can bo." Mllljurn's I.aw-r.lver Pills are small and easy to do not pripe, weak- fulness, empower my pattoncu, i en or slckf n do not leave any bad my sympathy, mitecblo my butlnfter effects. Prlcn 25c a vlnl nt all my liliernllty, anil enthuse myldealerp, or mailed direct on receipt llovo humanity. cf jjrlco l-y Tlio T. Mllburn Co., Limit- "Smiililnu tlie tlirougb mau Toronto, AT THE SPECIAL REQUEST OF A NUMBER OF LAYMEN Rev. C E. Cragg WILL SPEAK ON THE SUBJECT OF IN WESLEY CHURCH, NEXT SUNDAY MORNING AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK no othef matter has occupied tlie minds of men so much during trie past few years as the problem of how much a man owes his fellow men, and all inter- ested in any phase of ihc above subject are cordially invited to There will be no financial appeal. It is merely a careful consideration of the ques- tion of TITHING. ;