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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, THE LRTHBRIDGR DAILY TliHEE fHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S One of a Vaiet's I p Meet ihe Pay Roll. COLLECTIONS is and by HWYOUFERMY We are specialists. us your slow and doubt- ful accounts. Ii fW-ROU- t jfliS iw K. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdona'd Lethbridgs BOULTON'S TAXI Closed ard Htatcd Car 'City and Country Trips Office Phone 1205 RESIDENCE Phone ___'. 10SS LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA CUEI.Pir, Ont.. Jan. President SEALED TEXDEHS. addressed lo Harvey 11. Webster, at tho 40th W Minister ot Publi Ihe-'mf-eting of the of supply and relief held at There is .Much They Can Do, Says Evangelist for the Good Cause In pfirturo'uue Mflifaii Bringing home i'.a application to ih-.-ir younj; lives, Stephens used iho -story oK.'fcrisi'.'j entry into for tlie benefit of the lolk who were iircatril'eL tho revival ser- vice last night Once more ho showed In? capacity for Interesting- the young-. He put stress on the, points thaf the cole on wblch rorfe was a young roll, and that it never bad been rid- den before. It a wonderful thins lo do the first ihliiJE for Hail. That vv'3.5 au early opportunity which was given to young of the ex- cuses given tor noT being a Inic Chrlsifaii was like to be, but l am aCrnld 1 cannot hold out." What would such an excuse amount to U used In commercial ami professional life? What.young person would, give applying for a position, and, .if so, what chance would there be of employed in (he position de- sireiJ? If iJiis is true in Ihe Hie of the .world. It Is equally true in- the spiritual life. Much Can Do TJiere .fs, Jitiich Iho young'can do lor God, saii the preacher. COLD FEET BERNSTORFF'S BOTHER IN GETTING CANADA INVADED Jan. IJP- by the United States Sciiiite Committee today the efforts made in 1510 Ilernslorff Albert on iieli.ilf ot Germany to gain con-' f trol ot the marine v.-ar risk in- runince business of the United 'the ovidtnee ot these activities bi'ins buppiied by the Department of'Justice and read into tlio records by llrucc IJie- the Chief of the Depart- ment's Bureau ot Iiivesttgutlon.- Mr. RielaEki also maile a ref- ereiJte lo the activities In Am- the German organlza- linn krown as the Krlegesbuiid, from the ranks of-which he said g tho German authorities had hoped lo mobilize an armed force to invade. Canada- The invasion scheme failed because of a severe case of what may bo termed "cold feel" on the part of (he members of the Iho ministry of commerce in Paris on Monday. H leads: "A statement was before the coan- ctl summarizing the present position ot relief work in regard to Uelglum, northern southeast era Europe and northern Kurope. ttcsolutfcms were respecting Ihe appoint- ment of committees representative of the four associated governments to supervise arrangements in certain dis- tricts. "Generally speaking, the position in regard to allied and liberated terri- tories Is Uiat Ihcre is a sufficient I supply food availably to meet (heir needs and llral all possible steps >Var Brotherhood, who were -I-Jare being: taken to ascertain how to expected to do the invading. mecl them and to solve the attendant financial and tranajiortation ques- Jan. known today y Yk' charged W. E. Playfair, Canadian Pres3 Correspondent) VLADIVOSTOK, J.an. the .Canadian .economic com- to Siberia, is here awaiting The Canadian Press waa informed in their hearts, what an influence Atkins, of Eagle Texas, by competent authorities good they will >bc to these boys. a coll was UGQ to a trefi. Many a young life is Lied before it has to be tijitc i njs, uj VUIUIJCLUUI uuiLioriLies inat InD io[ vast'trade possibiHties for Canada in havc-hoen n1'Conner, secretary of the t Siberia are unavailable, owing to the Sailors' Union of N'ew Yoric city. The lack of transportation in the interior leased. U is tied by fear ot man. U is tied -by irtoasure, qucstlBnable by wrong and by worldly desires. How' the can ivin the young women of Leth- iirldge to Him1. But lliey are tied, tteil to picture shows end lo other forms ot more than to church. The colt tied where two ways met It was at the crossroads. There itro the'crossroads of Hfp; One way ___ amount Is said Io.be moat of whiph'bas been .nu ma uiwcoiwoua VL IJLU. um- aj tf a TiPremhGr 97 points to a good time, wJ- _-'- Tollowing is tiic balance sheet of the enlerltiinments held at tbo Ma- and you please yourself, .where you get) popularity. Tlie where you can be other way- leads to n help and a Expenses latre share ot proceeds 75.00 of the country. U is slated here that tho railo-ay situation is the dominat- ing factor' in the Siberian situation. irlg to others. If, call Jesus' to tho Herald account, printir.s and ail- dlsclpies He sent to fetch tho vcrtlsing................. tliey ask you why you are loosing Telegram account, say the Lord Ilath need of It. Solo-, day God wants ortry young life. He i Mallaliar, wigs wants to use ercry one. Just like the Transfer charges mon who were sent to -bring the co'.t. SMe' "dverlislUB, street 65.10 2.SO 8.00 C.75 DOCTOR GETS SIX MONTHS YOUKTON, Bask., Jan. Cy- ril Mueller was today sentenced lu six months' hard labor in Regina jail on conviction of manslaughter by Judge Blwood in 'tho court of king's bench. The accused was found guilty of Hie death of Kathleen Thorne al N'orqnay, Sask., last -January, evi- dence submitted by the crown show- jlng that he failed to fake tho neces- sary precautions tor -sterilization at tho of (he confinemetit of de- ceased, her death. so God wants mcii to bring others to Htm. What a splendid opportunity there.was for this last Sunday in that crowded church. There was n -num- ber rf young men present who were visibly affected by tho service. There were young women in tears. Where car-signs, make-up nnd stage props. Casli It in hand (i net 1S.05 S2..30 CARRIED IflOO.OCO TROOPS AND .PASSENGERS The removal of Iho secrecy which has huherio obtained under war-time conditions'with regard to the sailings nual session of the Ontario Esperi- and cndorsej "Tenders tor Pcltliras for mental Union, In this city yesterday, i will be received at the Parliament a( nejj session dealing wilh agricultural conditions, Buildings, Edmonton, up to noon of said that bofore fanning can become Thirty-Ffrst tSlat) Day of January a popular occupalion'cconomic condi-, 1519. for the sujipiy and or Harry Sherwood June 1917, in upon the Estate of the through your liair, tatting one small Minnie Wardle, who died strand at a lime. The e ing your hair -will be ffect is mm- October. :it Letbbrid Hgbt, fluffy Alberta, are required to ffie witb- idge, the and ivavy, and have an appearance ot British Canadian Trust Company at abundance; an incomparable luslrej LelhbrirlgR, Alberta, or ivith the uil- soflness and luxuriance, ''dersigneo' Solicitors by the 1st day of Get a small bottle of Knowlton's' March, A. 191S. a full'- statement Dandcrine from any drug store or .verified of their claims and of toilet counter for a tow cents and any securities helii by them and thai prove that your nair Is as pretty nud after that date Ihe British CanaOiau soft as [t lias been neglect-'Trust Company will distribute tho ed or injured by careless treatment seta ot both the deceased among Die s surely can have parties Jtotltlcd thereto having regard tienutifiil hair and lota of It It you will touhe claims ot which notice has been so fllcd or which have been brought lo Us knowledge. Dal-il this 13tli day of January, A. D., 1S19. MACKENZIE MENZIE, Solicitors, L-thbridg-, Alberta. Tractor Rapairs ft'e RJMeclallfB In reborlnc gaa tractor cylinders, and tiltiof oversfzo plstpQs and rlnga. WP have In slock at present oversize ptetoas for all poiiula: ,of gas tract ors., Ford Engines Reb ored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. Phono TO SENT TO furnished bedroom and 2 light housekeeping rooms. Ap- ply 519 cth St. South. Phone 1IJ5. Approved: J, A. J. of trans Atlantic liners the- coiua-' quent limitation of accommodation' ___29-6 furnished Ad U L. A. H. Roosa THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER LIGHT QRAYIN.Q COAL ORDERS, C.O.D. Day and night service to any train when called. Pianos mov- ed PHONE 1869 .RBSidtncc SJ2 2id Avcnus South. TIKSffllTING Phone 1713 330 Sixth Street South LETHBRIDGE', ALTA, I J slslcr, whom tlie Lord -n-antcd to come to Him. hut (hard were those who Total Tho thanfcs of the company are due of'faithful Dmtish and'French reser- to toitiy and lee for youreoil vists sailed by the Kinprcss of Britain bertefita and Iwo days later the C. P. O. S. Carried, Tho rates low '.'or icndisrefl lo tho up 4th Avc. nnd icih St. H November 11, 191S; considerably over With tho young v how pleasing It Is to see them take li1" opportunity for God early. There w.ts Slow sHen fumlinrr.' So'jl11 tlie United Stales 400 miles; McLixughllh In- D" mla 105S 01 carried Totsl Urn voice. 'JIc fouiitl his boy. awl r.lrrV'l htm it) llic nearest dress- irig station, -wlicrc his svound3 could )ie allcntleil to. Today the batllc n-Hh ".Viirsinif Mlfsior." Fin nun1 tho