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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETHBTJDGE HKRALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY t _ She alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THC LTTHiRlCXje HERALD fftiNTINO COMPANY, LIMITCO IM Mi WrMt W. A. Buchanai TrseMoat.and iS.aaflng Director rim Mtnsjai TELEPHONES Office 1252 1224 Audit of Rates: BsJlr, per week Dally, delivered, per year Dtily, by mall, per yuar ......i 5 Weekly, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per yea.- fc ipt lo take our Christianity as a matter of courso ivltboui stoppiug to thiuk what this particular yrofes- wlth In our even' day so wn an- Elon of belief means to in. We talk or eveu emphasize ou (be iolden Rule without considering lo !ilnk that without Christlaulty ueYlhvr the Golden Hiie nor tbe view in it has come to be regarded would be possible. We talk about the ethics 01 business and our regard goes to those who ttrictly conform lo lUem. coudeain profiteering and other means whereby man Is accusloiuea to get tbe best of his fellowmau. We bave certain ideals which we exlal, even if we do not live up to tbeiu. We have campaigns for community end national welfare andjako a pride In helping them on. justice .M v- to U.S. 2.W of eitiiry of subscription >P- ENTERTAINMENT AT READY MADE SHOOL and -fairplay. i bave our standards Deputy Minister Craig Tells Why Free Freight On Hay Not Given Iu an interview the Herald htd with Mr. II. A. Craig. Deputy Minister of Agriculture, In regard to the, question ot free shipment ot hay from Coal- dale, h hck stated that the arrangement me ot tariff as laid down by the diily on address tabel. at papers aller ei.sinUion aaio uce ot papers all... oar authority lo KTiftiOtt. ANDERSON KWOWS CONDITIONS HERE PEST Deiling with the question of Irri- aiion in Southern Alberta and the act that the Alberta Government so-' cured the services of Mr. George Anderson as consulting' engineer, .the Catgary Horald In a news article says: Chief these, is the question financial aid to huge irrigallon irojects in the. south. It was a butter of. surprte to those -familiar with that .the govern- ment saw fit lo obtain ,a report-on Ihe subject from George C. Ander- son, the Los Angeles, California, ir. rigatior expert. While no one ques- tions Mr. Anderson's ability or stand- in'g; the' Irrigation problems iu Cali- fornia are so vastly different us com- pared to. those in the northern por- tion ot th'e American continent, that surprise has been expressed that the government did not1 select some mail who has actually been enga'Sed In this respect. The report that Mr. Anderson has already stated that es- timates ol cost prepared by Dominion engineers are considerably under the. amo'uat that faay be required is u case iu point. Evaporation .problems 'are so different in California, and of praise and standards of blame of Individuals. Wo measure these by no cerlalu rule but by a certain commoD Instinct. With' all these things how- tew of us realize that the origin and sotirco of the way we regard then? lie In the Christianity with which we label ourselves. We 'dwell on our ni'.'iral resources and urge that the most slrjld be made ot them. We foil lo recognize that in Christianity we have the greatest ol our natural resources, In that In uj> ot a clvlllied people the ideals of Chriallanily- hive largely, if not en- tirely, entered. VLest we forget" is a ihotlo which can be well applied to Christianity. :t is this exactly, as we- estimate it, .hat the Forward Movement means. '.t 'is pot the outward observance so much as the inner observance of Christianity which counts.' The For- ward Movement1 for Bringing home was o' railway companies acd the, Govern- J shipped- free into jld uot bo Ing an exception ment had no desire. If interfere, witli tho priuci-ple established that if feed R district it tut, free. Mftk case of Cortl dale would "create a 'precedent anc thcro are no less than 'thirty other points In tbe province in which the privilege will iw demanded. In speaking' of- the matter, Craig stalbd Itiat It It was a question of Coaldale hay, the people norlh o Ihe district iron Springs, an in a position .to haul it it they so wish, as tho feed shipped into Coai-j dale.has to be' bauled any The' railways contend that they are losing money in the present shipments, re- ceiving as they do two-thirds instead of the full rates, tfils b'eiug so they anxious for any further addi- tion lo shipments, and so have laid down the tariff tbat no hay is to shipped out from a point to which Is shipped In. Feed Shipment .Delay (From Our Own COALDALE, Jan. S.-pCoograluU- ions are'due lo Mr.-and Mrs. floo. Knudaon on the arrival of a daughter in Jan. 5. Klla Aubrai. TAe LaJIes' AW met Wednesday. Jan. I tor tie firslMiine In 1920. There was a iHenilince and plans tor several for wtterment were h was really i surprise tu dale people to 2nd that a "still" was so near at hand.' It 'this fact Been common knowledge It IB bard to say what bare happened. Tho method of school transports- lion on tbe northern routes has been changed, motor'van has been discontinued and Mr. J. Key drives i horse van on the route through the Van Horn Colony and uMr. Merrill drives bis car and picks up the moro distant ones to the east. jia'ssed away before reached hlin. His life went out In an the 24th, was most perfect suiumer-llke day, funeral ser- vices were heU at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Mottell's Undertaking Par- lors, which are three rooms; mourners, music and .friends.' Directly In front of the entrance, through the portieres U a palutinx "Saved by sglng to the with" ferns, flowers and palnii 1 some on floor vaws, others on high pedt'staU, and a electric floor lump on. either tide, this WM tie rnutic room. 'The light gray brocaded cuket was yiscci dlsxonally acron ,'the right hand ctniar covered roses and PICKED UP IN PASSING' FOR THE BUSY MAN y million dollar hotel Is talked of ilon. RCT. Prof. T. G. for Windsor, Ont. killed at Dnuiheller. a miuer wa V. vhi) taku t OaOlMMrcl, Trustee Ireland, was elected chair- man ot tbVSledidtio Hal school board. 't Jleb fri some what, Ihe means. -It praclice Is one Christianity which 'the ._, _____ at UeaJy-Made school on Tuesday lut was a great success In fiTrery. crowd was good and the proceeds financially verv satisfactory. The proEraiu was carried out.In grett.stylo. The'mov- ing pictures1 prwented useful Informa- tten in "Concrete On tbe a his- tory lesson in "Columbus" and side splitting laughter In "At the Dentists" and "Excellent Glue." A solo by Miss liura Thompson, and a recitation by Miss Klberta Suggilt, were excellent, and much appreciated, and tbe instra- mental by Miss .Tbelma Lockwood, Edward Peterson, and .Mabel I-ock- wood was loudly.encored, as was also the really' remarkable whistling solo by Mr. Baldwin. .The by the' banks of nosers aroaad bunches kerned to 'fallen from bajkels resting on their Above one baiket, nearest' the held was an evergreen wreath, tied vita ribbon, on. which, in-tilt letters "Daddy." The pulpit, near the left -v hand corner, .with archway, to'mournera' room( aho in iriew of As the officiating clergyman, Her. Guilds, the Cirsl Melhodltt Church', Long Bench, entered the pulpit, two voices In the distance ssaog, Isle Auto '-are busy iu KduH'u- Toronto'a_ population at half nllllon is estimated of Somewhere.' The reading of se'ienl puMces of Scripture, 39th Psalm; 14th Chapter of St. John's Gospel, a few verses from tad Cor. and also Rev. He .'told -of tlx life Df our. dear friend, dwell- ing on the legacy left Ills children. "A good father, an upright" "Death comes as a blow at any but in this it was doubly such, the Chrlsrmas time when all' were to be together, tho aging 'father to lean on his ion in his declining years. Words' mean so little at such a time etc.'1 bat, flear friends, your telegrams meant everything to Alma, and such a great .comfort to- each one, especially ae Tunis class of boys'wenl with a s it and tear. 'It was a typical boys' i scntation and got right over the r... the Pathfinder girls' class In respect to any delay In ihe re- presented From California ccipt of fci-a by the farmers. Mr. "-1-1- Five have been denied Beats In, the N.Y. state assembly. Ingertoll, 'schoAl teachers have asked for an'iqcreise la Mlary of 15 per A WnIS that the Dom- inion 'goyemm'ent may take over -the f I sb cries'In tbal. province. The Prince-'of .Wales is expected trip to Au's- to visit Japan''alter, his li It is 'cha that an Edmonton ilqther'i'awson. essence of what true Christianity means !s brought home to Ihe in- dividual in what te and those' he is associated wlth-bavo by the practice. I such as the Forward JfoVemeat hare, it is true, their spirit- ual side, hulwilh it there cannot but be.ihp emphasizing pf our ideal rela- tions to one this the In- dividual and the nation stand, to gain; and what is national asset is saved from perishing by the creation of that interest 'which will "not suffar the Craig pul it down to the dealers. Out oi'i some car permits issued, there have been a long way short- of half of the number of cars of hay shipped, in that the majority of the permits are in the hands ol the deal- ers who have taken Iho orders of the farmers without anything in'Sight to immediately .till. them. good that Christianity has given the PRESBYTERIAN LADIES AID AT CARDSTbN IS ACTIVE ,ter is so much more precious to. die out. The virtue of tbe nnt.ntr.1- that'' It 1C 1 I 'orward MoTement is its undenomina- nal character. that southern country, that' It is ;Vety common thing to find irrigalii ditches and canals of concrete con- itractlon, while water is frequently lid to the fields in iron steal 'pipes 'tor -distribution compared to open ditche's in vogue In Alberta Tlrhich are, of course, of. much cheaper cony I ruction. i .Caigarj' Herald is .very biidly mliinformed when it says that Anderson has not been actually en- giged in dealing with Alberta's In this' respect. Mr. Anderson the pioneer irrigation 'project in Canada. That was for the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co., absorbed in 1911 by'the Canadian Pacific Rail-! way. The' A. R. and I. Co. irrigation system Were, built In lHOO-1302, is now the Lethbrldge irrigalipu block, -furthest advanced in -.develop- ment of any irrigation scheme in Can- ada. 'Mr. Anderson was constructing eDgitieSr and attef wards. 'yv'as. In charge of _tbe maintenance of-, the dllches ot acre syalcm.- From he went to toehvor'Dnd'was ens in some 'of the largest irrigation pro- jects In Colorado. His' reputation na an irrigation expert became so s that he moved to Angeles and gave over all his time to consulting 'It was because Mr. hail fcuilt the pioneer A.'11. and and because he knew'irrigation con ditions in Southern Alberta so inti mately that Hon. Archie-McLean, the the Cabinet, recommend ed tbat Mr. Anderson bo engaged, i is understood'now thai, not only wil be give a report In detail on lit Lethbridcp Northern project, but h will make a general preliminary sur vejr of tbe Irrigation possibilities Southern Alberta for the I'rovlncia Government In order that, when Hi irrigation policy Is settled, as it wil be at the coming session ot tbo Lcgls lalurc, it will along linos whlcl will apply to the future as well as I the work now actually iu land. Far there being any criticise. of the Provincial Government for caring Mr. Anderson's help In it coi salting farmers of Soull Alberta tvho aro Interested I ttlhing irrigation development, highly pleased, for they believe tha Premier Stewart and his Mlnfstci are attacking ft large problem in manner that means something d italic. THE FORWARD MOVEMENT The -profession of Christianity b a nation is regarded ns the hn! 7nark of civilization. The we profess has, however, come to h regarded as such a common plac thing, that with this familiarity fall to grasp Us signification tn a Individual and to a nation, .liul a we do not tioiihlo ourselves a gre deal as lo whal .tho air we breath or (he water we drink Is, In that they j art- things which wo come in contact (From' an Occasional Correspondent) CARUSTON, Jan. Fletl, proprietor Sheet Metal who underwent an operation some days, ago, Is'now but tho hospital ani 'doing nicely. His majiy friends are delighted with his rapid recovery. Mrs. H. Cook is now in Lethbridge visiting her, Mrs. Dr. Stac.popl departed lecently lor Rochester' aftar..spending the holi- Beauty unadorned is the 'prospect e future.holds out. V days with her-parents. Mr. and Mrs. Podger, Mrs. Ambrose J. Small Is missing with million, and no small sum at'tbat. Sympathy with the strike leader ussell appears to be sympathy with sympathetic strike, .thj all the way. It is sym- H is Arrtj in with Ihe pro- 'essjve spirjt the Alberta Govern- ent" of which he Is the head that reder Stewart should bo taking an terest In the Forward Movement. R. A. Crawford and children, returned to their home: in. Lethbrlrt'ge. Little Merle remained for an JadcflnHo stay with her grandparents.' Victor Podger also spent'the holi- days with his. parents of thjs place.. Miss Nan ijykes spent'.Monday and Tuesday in Lethbridge for the purpose of securing medical treatment for a finger, which j Is giving her. somd, trouble. Mrs. and. children re- turned from .Quebec after an alisence of six veeko., l The Ladies' Aid the St. Andrew's urch wltli fine excellent taste and sympathetic interpretation. The whole audience was greatly pleased and in- deed surprised, and it is to be hoped that this will not be the last of these, efforts at entertainment.- There will Iw V good time dance in the Hay Growers'- hall on Friday eye- nlng.. .The school nieeling O'l Saturday at 1.30 p.m., dont fprgel'i It. .Incidentally don't forget that this sons of age, and also the wives and slaughters of rale- p-vvers have "The right to hold office IS also open to both seies on equal terms. The of Chin and turn- ed out in good crowds on Wednesday evening to a social gathering. A pro-', gram of re citaAiiis, songs and moving pictures was i to the pleas- ure' of all and especially Ihe' young- sters. Some of the Chin, kids. surely can laugh. The services at. church neitvSun- day 11 a.m. and i p.m. At 7.30 p.m. a 'song service to' learn new hymns, and at'S p.m. a lantern lecture entitl- A most comforting prayer, than the sermon, was 'followed by -a duet a while viewing the remains voices were singing, ''Someday, the Silver Cord Will Breafc" There were about 30 friends, among them Mr. and Mrs. LevI I3ond, of Peorla, III, Mr. and Mrs. 'Mac- Do well, of Pasadena, Mr.' and1 Mrs. Ben James and Mr. and 'Mrs. Fuller, of Lethhridge and several Deleraa friends. Pawson, .W. Fcthor and H. Pawson, Mother Jr., and ed erperlence proves, such services in- forming- and in spiring and a. good attendance Is looked for. V Neit Wednesday, Jan; 14th the first really representative tTepmnstration 'of the New Vlclor moving' picture ma-; A.. six reel There will With the sandalled, stockinglcss, eeveless and short-skirted girl on street, if fashion rumor speaks rue, -the liald-heade'd 'row at' the aHet will no longer be at a premium. The story of Jonah Ii a says Dr. O. R. Moulton, of hlcago University. He will not WRllow the ot the whale that wallowed Jonah. Calgary aldermen will be limited o five minute speeches In coUcoll' It tiey are so talkative as to require ho ttmo muzzle, what protection will fio'publlc of Calgary have when these noli aro let loose at publlc'meetlnES? wife, Mr. and MacDoweH and Florence, a gentleman cousin of Alma's, Mr. and Mrs.' Pawsou, cousins, of Long Beach. Uncle Ned, who has been sick for1 a long time, and wife were not present Florence tried (o Impress little .PJchard and Eleanor that they must remember how Daddy looks, but they, were laughingly going Daddy. All feel so thankful that they were here and together, in riew> of what might have been, had Alma beeifeln Coaldale, Florence told Mr. Norton and I that Ben's faco had been BO terribly drawn and'faH of pain, when death came but after being embalmed he Is "peacefully sleeping." The body will be kept in a .vault In Long Beach for a while as the place of Interment Is undecided. Hal and Jessie are look- Ing better' than I've, ever seen them, even.: though 'Hal 'was seriously ill about thrpeJ weeks ngo. Yours sincerely, J Mrs..'Fred G. Norton. at 540 an or, and sold au'oz. Finlay -McKei'char, native' of Glei garry who settled near Slrathdalr Man., In 1879, at Winnipeg. W. K.- Gathrie.weU known.Ii London 'ahcL throlgh i the 'diocese e: Hurop, died it Guelph. Jndge C. Colter, and wife'cele tholr tlftielh wedding anni In. St; Thomas.' Schmldlapp, Cin cinnatl, capitalisi, in' the IncomeUo be used to "relief distress." Ciemenceau says he Ik not a candl date for' the French "presidency, bu if he is asked to take, the lob he wil cpept, The multi-miUionalres of the Stan darfi Oil Co. will celebrate the jub lee of the company with a dinner a New York. Couderi, of New Tort, eminent international 'lawye and a llfe-iqng democrat, General for the Presi- dency. i .JJoJ.r.ot the Edmonton slre'el railway, department was suspended by JIayor Clarke, v The acting superin- tendent Is J. who has been placed In full charge! Hme. l AmellU ot the pany, won a Curd, a aaort kctare' it" court who thit deerw to granted the the grounds oi afideiity. Cltr oimlMkmer, 4bost of either enpflrary or a laMBity ta nore or violeatfera retuli-- ed U Detroit Url few di- rectly to ttributed to Pnt. Porta to (he effect hit the world would end A handeome- moaoBenl to ctKi la front of a a War Muinrtel lor ha County ot LMinoji.abd JpwardB ot one hundred, will -It wlU'be about 5 in height will V of Vermwat, grinlte.' On the baw irtU b-> 'a -UnkiQ Jack and there will be- engraved the utnwe o( the soldiers who -i'. Norf ol k county, Ontario, is looking forward to the, coming ot a number of Encliah {amlllai who Intend settling on farms Ja the, Ticinlty of 3lmcoe.. Among the first sales ot farm property with tho expected immingraats hai been the re- cent' transfer of the Lyndoch farm, a few miles' south -ot DtlH, to Maj- On. Robt. Porter, ot England, who, it is understood, will 'shortly bring his family to Canada. chine will be presented. Tho "soviet ark" la the name given o tha t.-ansuort iluforil which is -arrying 2i'J radical aliens from ttio States dostinoil for Ilusala. Consid- ering the reluctance expresed by these aliens to leave for the lahd whero tho 'tenets of freedom" they have been seeking to Implant in the country of Jidoplioif prevail, Ihe "soviet flrk" cannot be exactly regarded by them as an "ark of refuge." Presbyterian church has now grown to 26 active 'and'one associate mem- ber. 'Great interest is being taken in ihe work and new members are add- ed almost every jneetlng.- Tho ladles aro preparing to make, some much needed improvements on' the Manse, -which together with the hew church which Is to be erected this year will be a credit to our'i town.- The church Is now inadequato. to accom- nioiiate the Sunday school which has more than doubled Its enrollment In the last three' Six classes secured ihe banner for full attendance 'last Sunday. O. 0. Farley, and Wm. Burton, both mombers. of. the are'a little under (he weather. Mrs. Dr. Pickup, who with her son Jack has been visiting with Inspector and Airs. MacDonal'J at Macleod, re- turned horn? on Thursday. Dr. Pickup went up to escort.them home., Rev..Mr. Aylwerd will ,preach a pedal sermon. In the. Presbyterian church next Sunday "evening entitled "A Voice from the Pew.v- The sermon will deal with a frank and manly let- ter addressed by a young soldier to show will be presented, be two reels of humor and history, and a four reel .presentation ot famous novel, "Lprea Doone." The Tunis cllss' will .pres- ent "Something to our the Pathefinder girls 'promise muBlotil Items, etc., -while the well '.known' latent of the club will'be much in evidence. -For a combination .of entertainment. inspira- tion this program beat. A'dmlEsion 25c and 15c. pro- ceeds .to pay for the new moving pic- _i-_ t TWO HANG AND TWO GET LIFE SENTENCE ah Mrs. Cedar, Chatham, wai bout tie will injured disfigure OTTAWA, Jan. of the five men sentenced to death at Peterboro will be executed. They are Thomas KoAicheq an'd Michael Bahri. In the case of the other three sentence of death was this afternoon commuted to pena! servitiftle for life. her f or 'r and' three others also injured when au .auto'in. which they were riding -crashed and L.E. electric engine. t-f Miss ['Man son, 24 years ot known' as iVStaj-jight Sylpk of 'the Soviets'! 'and' rdeclared the "most beautiful Bolshevik" .was sent to Ellis Island await' deportation as afi V .1 ot age, Rev. Frank Anderson, M. A, Anglican rector at: Watcr'ord, Ont. a mnn ot high scholastic attainments will be the new-professor of ecclesias- tical his'tbry at Uluron College; Lon- Last Year Wdiiderfy REPUTATION of Blsch Piano, is so great Umt' we were comptetely Chrijt- mas.' >.W stock, 'new. styles, now arriving. See these! Gef. oar easy, terms of "Kactorj" to ilomeiV plan of Style Catalogue Free. turaymachine. We would like lo .take this oppor- tunity ,to correct the statement appear- ing in the Coaldale Times that the new picture machine is a such Is not the case. The Pathescope by Pathe Paris, and Is a short focus machine, lighted by a magneto. Rev, H. Bosoraworth uses such a machine where electric light is not available. The hew machine is a Victor, made by the Victor Co., of Iowa for the Palhescopc Co. of Can ado. Very many improvements on th3 Pathescope are possessed this new machine, so that It would not be right lo confuse It with the Pathe- scope. Death cf Mr, Pawson The following letter explaining the detail's of (ho sad death Ot Ben Paw- son has come to H. A. Suggilt. As it la ot Interest to all the community his chaplain on the field of battle, It In this column and Is full of interest. The letter will be read at the service. Inspector Williams sang a beautiful solo In the Presbyterian church last Sunday evening. IFrrtm Our 6wn ---------....._. MILK Jan. Mr. returned on Saturday after spending i It Is uot .immoral for. women loihis holidays In open smoke cigarettes" said Justice of Js'ew York, in a decision given In a separation suit In which counsel for Ihe husband tried lo show that cigar- ettes had been (ound In the wife's drcsfer drawer ami., that this con- stituted evidence of "bad character." Whatever vlcwa wo may hold .13 tu women smoking cigarettes, wo must agree that the learned Judge look the correct one when he held that what was not considered Immoral In t'jc male should not be consldored im- moral In the female. Ills lilctutn has the truth In It that what Is sauce for bo sauce 'for the SETS DIVORCE AND CUSTODY'OF CHILDREN WINNIPEG, Jan. E. Purdy WM granted iV divorco from his wlf? in the court nl King's Bench (oday, on tho statutory grounds, and an order granted the polidoncr for im- ftiedlatb. custody of the children, i ing on Monday. I Mrs. A. A Forri entertained tbe Guild of tho United church on Friday afternoon a dainty lunch was sorvcd by the hostess And It was decided to hulrl tholr next meeting at tho home of Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Preade, Mr. Montgomery was (n town on business the beginning ot the week! Mr. Studorf of Calgnry was a bual- oss visitor in town tho beginning of he week. Services will bo held In the? Catholic church on Sunday, C. Griffiths relurncd from a trip to Lethbrldgc on Saturday. Miss Smith and Miss Hillz return, ed from their holidays the latter part of the week. Miss Schearers of Sweet Grass will reopen her class of music on Friday. The Women's Institufa meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. drlf.-' filhs, when all members arc urged to he present as election of offlcera for Iho new year will tAko place, Mrs. llii.nt and son Tracey are visiting hor rnblhrir, Mrs, Jas. Smith of Apt. 9. "The Selkirk." Santa Monica, Calif, i Christmas Day, 1919. Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Suggltt and frienus ol Coaldale: Following the wishes of Nlho Paw sons, I nm writing this'. Mr. Mrs "Ben" stayed over In a day visiting friends, having a time. At Portland they had to wal for transportations rather than laK< upper berths. He had enjoyed the trip, had eaten well on an hail no car sickness as he had had n ANGLICAN IU Augustln's Church, 8th Ave. and 11th St ST. AUGUSTIN'S AND 8T. f CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED AH services will be conducted by tho Ilev. It. G. Barker, pro-Cathedral, of Calgary. Special music. Holy Communion al 8 a.m. Matins at II Evensong, 730 v Sunday School, 3 p.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHBRIDGE Corner 6th Ave. and 12th St. C. North Rev. Stanley C. Ripper 617 12th St, A, North II a.m.: Matins. 2.30 p.m.: .Sunday School. 3.30 p.m.: Adult JBIble Class. 7.30 p.m.: Hvensbrtff. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrs. WESLEY 4METHODIST.CHURCH Cor; 4th Aye. 11th St 8, Rev. .Cha's, E. Crags, B.D, Pastor Mr. Claude Hughes, Choir Ma'ster L! Worship. Subject: "What' We Owe to God and How ta Pay It." 12.10: Bible School and Bible Class- 7.30 p.m. Evening Service: "Challenge Presented.-by the'Church to the Young Men and Women of Today." THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH 'rLETHBRIDQE Rev., E. J. Hodglns, 8. A, Pastor 1271 5th 'Ave; N. Phone 1659 KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 'Corner 4th Ave, and tth Strait S. A. H. Otnoon, Minftttr. E. F. Liyton, ergsnlttiind choir. Isatfcr 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath-School. H aid Beginners Class. 11 Communion Service. B'IK Sisters. 2 p.m.: Big Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese.Class. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Service as usual' rhe pastor will preach at both ser- vices. 11 usual Saturday night other times. Atlor leayljig Portland. service. he felt that he had taken cold and i p.m., p.m. had an earache, which be'camo worse, hut on reaching Ixis drove the aulo (o Long Hcach on Friday and they had a visiting tlmft during tho rest of the day. On Saturday he was much worse, staying In bed. and Iho pain very severe. They called a resident physl- CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (UNDENOMINATIONAL) _ Y. M, C. A. Auditorium. Sunday, Jan. 11th at 3 p.m. sharp. Choir. Lesdsr, Mrs, F. Jackson, 10 Junior choir practice. 10 a.m., Boys' Deptf of the Sunday School iii 11 a.m. Morning Service. Topic: "Hid- ded In 2-o'clock, Beginners-ana Primary de- partments, of .the Sunday School Iq the 2. o'clock, Girls' Dcpt. of the Sunday 'School In Church? 3.16: Aduit Dept, of.the S. S. In ihe Church. _ i 7.15: 7.30i First." j of Choir. 11 dan, who diagnosed It "Morstrfd nil- Speaker: Mr. A. 0. Virtue. scoss." He grew worse. rapidly ami taken lo the hospital after a ron-[ sulallon tbe Dr. asked thenv to caU R specialist from Angeles, whlcR they (lit! and he pronounced it "Menin- gitis ol the brain and no hope oxcGDt lo operate. Ho said to Hal, "If ho were my own brother I would operate for Ihero Is one pos- sible chance anil only one.'' On Sun- clay they had the operation am! he held his own during iho night, which was favorable, but the gftvo no ftnrmiragemont on account" of heart, nml Florence with Father Pawson bad heoti wltfi' him, and had been homo atahort time. Florence was writing M Coaldale. "A (elcRrnm may proceed when they ren ''ntlcd to go quickly tut Jie Subject: "The Challenge of the Coll- teutn. Does the Martyr Spirit Exist Good singing. All welcome Come along and bring a friend with you. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Third Ave. and Ninth St, Rey, F. W. Dates B.A., Pastor Mr, W, E. Director Services at- Resllty of the Sunday School and Btblo Class al 12.15. Evening Service Rt 7.80. Subject: "The Lost Opportunity." Song Service at 7.16. On .Wednesday Evening the annual Congregational meeting wilt be held. ,8upper will .be 6.30, and tHo mnntlnz will be- ginning at ASSOCIATED: BIBLE STUDENTS 'f Dominion Blrfg., 6th Street 8, Bible Sludr, Sitnnays.'': Bible Study. p.m.: Blole Study, by praise, prayer and tes- timony; jntetlng. All Welcome. No Collection. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 209 13th Street North W. E. Sunday Morn Ing, Worship, 11. o'clock. Subject, D.V.: "Sod's Forward Move- y Sunday Kveulng Evangelistic Service, 7.45 p.m. Lively singing. You will enjoy it. Week Night Services: Tuesday and Thursday, 8 o'clock. You are urged lo be present at any and all ol these services. .NOTICE Are reminded that church notices should be hand- ed In before six o'clock Friday to ensure Insertion, ns' idle page goes to press early Sat- urday morning. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtis, Cor. Srd Aye. MM tth, ft, Bible School, 10.30. Snret sreglad you like the Christian Mornlni; Subject: "The HouMhold of do d." An offering will bo taken for church extension. Evening: "Opening the Many nro enJAyini those stuilics In Book ot Revelation, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, Mreet Sunday Service Hi II a.m. Subject: SundKy School, 12.10 a.m. Testimony Meeting, .Wed, al j p.m. Heading Room open dally from 3 to' 6 ojs. ;