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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBRUXiR DAILY J5EPALD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1C. erdes werp in his name but all that Is changed now and every, property In Canada Is In the name of the Govern- ing Council of Iho Salvation Army which it computed ot our Isadora lu thU country. The tact ot the matter ii General Booth, never received any i money Irom the Salvallon Army ifept his travelling espennes. He drew 30 salary al ait and his expense, had i, tf ii o to be accounted for very strictly as Tutte Tells Some have tholf. ct eTeo-officer. General Afcout Where the Booth faced with the fact that, doubted motives in the ear- Money 18 I Jj. days 0; the Army. Thie caused _j___------ I iour woallhr friends of tho to I lay ailde a certain sum In Ihe bank, j Adjutant Tutte, who was five rears which was at tho dis- Koven uosal of General Booth for living ooujucii nsea and Irom that lource he was o( HANDLED MIUJON LONG DISTANCE CALLS Adjutant Was Author of Popular Operas and a Conductor of Prominence ald De ul th6 present leader of the r ago the officer !a chune ot tne Sal- vation Army work in Lethurtdge and is now the "responsible for Sal- vation Army Finances la Alberta, is In the city In the Interests ol tho Home Service Campaien which It lo be held on Tuesday, January 20lli. when >lrty business men of LsthbrlJge "111 out alter to assUt the Army In maintaining Ha splendid chain ot Social Sen-lea Institutions In Alberla. Interrlewsd by a Herald repnner. (icanj- nniouaU to a vow ot poverty.' he was gbd to Campaign KunJ will be devoled bo back in Ihe cllr. 'solely to work here In Alberta ar.d I "We have a splendid corps here'' believe lor ol It Lelhbrldse eald the Adjutant, "and 1 type wlli the better oft I wish It i here early today and 1 believe that source Ue Koven. who has been here for several weeks lupmulfimUng the pro ivi'. of his opera. "Rip Van Win- kle." was attending a dinner TVhan he Army. "1 believe this is tho most econom ..........______ ically operated Organization on the [suddenly became ill. face'of tho earth and If the officers ja few minutes, had not consecrated their lives to tho welfare of others they would soon re telephone department the subject ot an In- teresting talk by Norcmu llarve-y, de- puty minister'of teltl'hones, to mem- bers ot the Klwanis club at luncheon. The department's potio in ellralnnt- ing construction during the war. the determination to extend tele- phone to those dlstrlfts vilth- oul It nther thtu increasing service U present centres, and rarly days In Ihe department's hlttury were all touched on. Long Pittance Calls the 12 luonlbs over two million Ions distance calls were handled by the. provincial system, said Mr. Harvey. record long distance call wai one the! IsMed tor twelve hours and forty rainuiex. with BELGIAN KING BESTOWS HONOR ON TORONTO WOMEN NEW YORK, Jau. Oliver dso. uoted British scientist and leading c-sponeut ct spiritualism, de- clared on his arrival hero yesterday that spiritualism Is not opposed to religion, but. on the contrary, slreugtli- ens and supports it. "The survival of man can prov en.'' he said, "and Uiut perception will tho bunds of truo religion. iout tho connection belnK broken. This He died al gt I have no neyr religion to preach. Al 1 Bay Is that (he essential parts of lew rninmcs. (h De Korea A. and Z tte Ibere were officershlp In tho Army pr.ic- Orchestra. His songs Include tup linmM known setting to Kipling's "A Keccs- slonal." lie expected J920 would be a of oven's. now opera. Van'very i-, "Tho a 1'R'f million pounds o! and about tan; million men' you.have. They _aV up a .PoS of iron .Ire. ivajra stood by rae when 1 was here nny horns i. ;re, similar to what we and they are doing it with regard to ln jiooW a city not much this campaign. 1 know something than Lethbridge, or a Prison about (ho business men of the west for rjate Home, which could be of greal there are few cities In which I have vaiue In getting released prisoners re- riot been in contact with the best established la honest labor, but with- business men during thft in the out considerable support that capacity of organizer for the Salvat- not be possible. Although the Ion Army t you want me to tell you some- thing about our financial system. Well Moose Jaw Homo waft started at the Instance of the city and Ihe local Council of AVomsn and. If desired wo I'll be glad to do that for there Is no mako.atrenuous efforts to estab- Organization ill the world which ran ]jsn nnj- branch of work In the city works. DC Koveu was born Conn., In April, 1S61. BIG POST OFFICE APPROPRIATION IN U. Jan. The larg csl post office auproprlallon bill ever The objective toward which tho Al- jborla government was working was to igivo auloiiiatic1 lelephonu service lu r livery subscriber. This would meanj turning Ihe whole system Unto the type. RUSSIAN RUNS AMUCK HALIFAX, X.S., Jau. Jlitl- the old religion aro all strengthened and supported by the new evliteiice. The result.ot accepllng tho facts un- der Investigation Is to strengthen failh and overthrow purely matcrlallallc conceptions on Ihe negative side." Sir Oliver asserted that men who have lost their lives in the war havo j been communicated with but that they 'canuol be summoned although love and affection are Ihe strongest forces attracting Ihem. Ho bald lhat he understood llisl there vrero crook' ed mediums, he had novcr me! one. presented, carrying f465.077.SGS Russian, a former member of tho maintenance of tho department Battalion, ran amuck early yes- 1921 was passed' yesterday by thejterday and. armed with H revolver, house The original estimate a ?nuadrou-of police M bay until A SUBSCRIPTION Following upon a very general feel ing nnrl desiro expressed amongst the overseas officers a meeting of. repre- sentatives of the headquarters of tho military forces from heyond the seas was held recently in London, Eng- lu the centre Is a recent portrait ot Mrs. Arthur Pepler ami on Iho left the Cross of the Chevalier of the Order ot the Crown, a much-coveted decoru- lion, which was bestowed on Mrs. Popler by Kiug Albert of nclsluui, In recognition of her splendid war work as clialrman of the Committee of the Belgian-Relief Fund. On the right Is the Medal ot Queen Elizabeth, whicli was awarded to flvs Canadian ladles tor aid rendered tue Belgians during the namely M Us Isabella U George, Miss Constance Laing, Mabel Cory, c! S.Laidlaw, and Jlrs. 1L C. esy shown by the Royal Automobile od forwarded to Mllltla Headguarlers, Club to the officers who rbow bstter results for the money it that was needed, but until there Is 1 4391 713 OJ3 but the house added jtbo trigger jammed and lie was felled] land at which it WHS decided lo eslab i ._ _j ,_ ,..i.._ t_ A, pressing need It Is belter to do the in the big centres of population has to handle than the Army. don't you hear people the Army Is frequently sfler so Ihct the main burden of support ''yes. hut not justly. That rcmiuda from the cily the home is me of the oid negro who was telling located in. the member tor his district how his j "Lethbridge citizens certainly sec wife was always after money. 'She vaiuc of your work Adjutnnt, and previous legislation. I police headquarters. guests of tho club as members "of tho "Royul Club for Officers beyond the Seas." The Department of Militia and De- fence has requested the general offi- cer commanding to open a subscrip- tion list Irr Military District No. 13, nnd Invite tho.attention of all officers of Ihe C.K.P., who have served in Eng- land or in tho French and Belgian theatres ot war. and ask them to con- tribute lo this fund. The subscrip- tion is limited to per officer. Tho subscrlpllon list In Military Dis- trict Xo. 13, will be closed on the preciatlon of the kindness nnd February and the amount collect- became'Ottawa for transmission to London. [All cheques or money orderi ahould Ibe made payable to Ihe order of the A.A. and M.D. No. II, sent to headquarters of Military Dis- trict No. the Armories, Calgary, Alberto, and will be- acknowledged. MINES LOOSED BY STORM STOCKHOLM, Jan. Many marine mines which were car- ried ;away by Ihe heavy storm which has prevailed over the North Be.i for several days are floating through the Scandinavian Strp.lta, accordlni to ic-' ports. PiUfPrC Tn AKCLLS TO COST OF CARRIAGE fb" O to the Divisional Heditquartore at Kd- and EMlern 0nUrlo k monton which has control of the work Merchnnls. Association was continued for tho Province. The Divisional fflornlns nl tho ctiatcau mmler Commander has direct help from spec- a was prcaucilre o[ ,o number of ial friends ;is well or she would not o( imporlnncc to mer- lie nMe to tnaintain the work. All De- 1 dmridlsing nnd a further discussion ot parlnwitE and Corps of (tic-Army pub- bjletations of (lie board of -com- llsh a balance sheet 'and on applied- Imerce tlon lo any of the" officers a balance it Vas decided to lhat' the Pro- sheet can obtained for thn Tcrri- Dealers' Act in force in Manitoba ,lorial Finances, which Is published he adopted in Ontario, thus providing year with a report of the work. ngalnst frauil by irresponsible per- "But does -not General Booth re-' sons engaged In tile trade. ceive anything from "I should j Action will also be taken with a lay not" and tho. Adjutant laughed, [view to paving (lie way for the lues- "Why that bogle 1 thought ilea-] years.. tt'oa of e'.vc'e's'sivb freight rates to bo ago. We don't send away any money -brought beforet (he Dominion railway at all, except what is given distinctly for the great Salvation Army Mission- ary Work. It lakes all we can get la keep things going here.'' "Rtit I've heard people say the old hoard. 'President Walters slated that the association was opposed loathe dis- crimination in favor of mail order houses through the mails, nnd decided General was (to petition the government that ail "1 know some people used lo trot' parcels carried Ihrough Hie mall out that old fable but I did not expect should be .carried at cost instead of to hear it from a twentieth century at a loss as at present, newspaper man. General Booth died poor. ,H is true the ciislom was ac- cording to the methods In vogue In originally lhat nil the prop- In October, exported 690.320 cigars, ohoul 5.SOO.OOO more Thiin In October, ISMS. j___j 1 'BETTER MEAT FOR LESS MONEY" 1 405 FIFTH STREET, SOUTH ntue OUR EVER INCREASINS NUMBER OF PATRONS TESTIFY TO THE SPLENDID VALUES THEY ARE RECEIVING AT OUR MARKET. Specials for Saturday Roatt Beef, per Ib....................... 15c Extra Choice Roatt, per Ib................18c Roasi Pork, per Ib.......................28c Choice Plate Beef, per Ib. Shoulder of Lamb, per Ib.................22c Creamery Butter, 2 Ibs. for............... Lard, Swift's Silver 3 Ib. Chicken, per Ib........................28c Pork Sausage, special brand, per ib.........30c COME EARLY- WE HANDLE to avoid the rush, nothing but the best T. Berriman, proprietor PRE-INVENTOR Y SALE Special Rack oi Suits and .Overcoats At Less Than Pre-War Time Prices Young Men's SUITS, to Sale CHINCHILLA OVER- COATS. Regular Astrachan lined fuv col- lared OVERCOATS. Reg- ular Sale MEN'S COLLARS. Reg- ular 30c. Sale-- SOFT HATS. Reg. to Sale 1 lot, Geo. A. Slater SHOES. Regular Sale Men's Combination UNDERWEAR. Regular Sale Ends Monday, January 19th Act Quickly! McKELVIE Only 2 More Days of Sacrifice Price Selling at McKelvie McGuire's Sale! The buying public of Lethbridge and surround- ing country have not been slow to take advant- age of this great money saving opportunity and have stocked up in many cases for future with a complete outfit of CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, BOOTS AND SHOES, making this sale one of .the most successful selling events in the history of this store, at this1 season of the year. They have come from far and near, bought heavily in all lines of merchandise FOR MEN AT MONEY SAVING PRICES, WISE MEN we'll say, as present day stocks can only be replaced at prices that in many cases show an advance of from 15 to MEANS STILL HIGHER RETAIL PRICES FOR 1920. Manufacturers' costs are steadily advancing due to scarcity 'of materials and the greatly advanced cost of the buying public cannot loqk for cheaper merchandise for some time to come. Stock Up Now at a Saving! have shll many lines of high grade clothing, furnishings, boots and shoes that must be cleared before it is necessary that we re- duce our stock. Trie past week has helped us greatly to this end and has been a record selling week, but we want to make THE LAST DAYS THE BEST, and we are offering exceptional price inducements in order to do so, McKELViE McGUIRE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALGERIA PRE-INVENTOR YSALE Hundreds of Bargains Not Advertised Attend This Sale' Borrow the money if necessary Jt Will Pay You! SUITS. Regular to SUITS. Regular to 1 lot DRESS SHIRTS. Sizes 16, 'W2. Regular to Sale...........50c TWEED HATS. Regular to Sale STIFF HATS. Regular to Sale 1 lot Men's DRESS SHOES. Regular to Sale 1 lot Men's WORK BOOTS. Regular Sale Sale Ends Monday, January 19th Act Quickly I f ;