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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR fjTE MONDAY. JANUAIiV 17, and PuMtfntrt THI LITHiRIDdE HCRALO COMPANY. LIMITED ttrtet South, Lilhbrldgc, AIMrtl W. A. IJtICttANAN enl M.iiimlni Director JOHN TORBAMCB Audit Bureau of circulations feubfcrlptfon Raltl! delivered, Pff week........ :naU, per year.. 8.0D (.25 iht) Department of Education not AII edifying iltunllon. In the IntmviU ol' education there ghoulri Iw complete j haminry and accord between tho two. The sooner this relation 'Is arrived at. the better will oducktiou thrive in the FroTliiM. Above all things the vrs should sftek to obtain what they need by relying on the merits ot it cause, mud be orer-cureful uot to allow auy loophole for their being accused of iipinp misleading propaganda. With its relation, to and Influence on t'ne the profession cannot allow it- sell to be jeopardized by methods on Do You Know? Dllly' by "mill. iM thc Par' its to which atten- by per i.w j tion has been directed. TLero should ly, b, to U.S... ..M guard themselves from being stamiwd as agitators at- tending the bank tion in Toronto. The very latest in the way or.ban- quets and concerts IB to he given by the Men's Aid Society of the Metho- dist church, Macleod, on January 25, 1921. The men are preparing and will hold on the above date a, thicken pie supper in the church hall, alter which a specially prepared program will- be given In the church. Everything is being prepared by the men and will be a'grand success. AFFAR Two ot Charier Members of Mountain View Lodge Pres- Installed (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLfiOD, Jan. annivers- ary of the "Mountain View" lodge of the Independent Order of Oddfullown, held this week, was the greatest in the history of Maclcod, with the larg. est number of visitors, and the great- est number of Oddfellows ever seen in Southern Alberta. In the crowd were two members of the order who were charter members, and who to- day stand at the head ot this great benefit institution, that has done so much to helft the widows and orphans throughout the world, and who are themselves worthy of the name of the friend to anyone in need. These men stand out today in their home town and diitrtat as prominent men, both in theif business, church and organizations of which they are mem- bers, men -who are looked to, men who are, and can be trusted. Thesfe men are H. Bates, P.D.G.M., and E. F. Brown'; P.G.M. January 25th, 1921, will be a great day for the men lin Macleod, that is the date vet tor the big chicken pie supper, which will be given in tho Sunday school hall at the Methodiit church. All supper and entertainment will given by the men, and their aim is .to eclipae all former efforts by ,ny cnurch organization. They expect criticism, and will be prepared for it, by giving the best ever seen in Mac- leod. Thursday .evening, January 13th, 1931, D.D.O.M. Mack, of High River, accompanied by P. G. Murray, of High River, visited Mountain View Lodge, No. 4, I.O.O.F., officially, and inttal- led the officers the Lodge as fol- lows: Bro. W. Shield, P.O., I.P.G- Bro. H. St. George. N.G. Bro. W. T. Fleming, V.G. Bro. R. W. Rusaell, P.G., R.3, Bro. R. W. Stewart, P.G., F.S. Bro. J. 3. Rothney, P.O., Treas. Bro. G. L. Pollard, War. Bro. W. O. Hoodless, Cond, Bro. E: F. Brown, P.G.M., R.S.N.Q. 1 Bro. R. W. Smith, L.S.N.G. Bro. W. G. Andrews, P.G., R.S.V.G. Bro. Lawn, L.S.V.G. Bro. R. O. B. Johnson, R.S.S. Bro. C. W. Bradley, L.S.S. Bro. W. K. Mackie, i.G. Bro. J. Arthur, O.G. Bro. R. Dixon, Chap. Those assisting in the installation services were: Bro. Geo..Mack, P.O., D.D.G.M. Bro. J. T. Marks, Act's G.W. Bro. T. Clarke, F.G., Act'g G.S. Bro. H- Patterson, P.O., Act'g G.T. Bro. R. 4. E. Gar.diner, P.O., Act'g G. Chap. Bro. J. B. Sutherland, P.O., Act'g G.G. Bro. J. S. Gillespie, P.G.. Act'g G.H. Bro. Murray, P.G., High River, Act's G.M. The sen-ices were very impressive, j and exceptionally .well done. There was a record breaking attendance and a great many visitors present. The roll-can of the members was a pleasing feature'of the evening. As the names were called each member responded and in the cases of mem- mangers' conven-.jbers, who, by reason lof distance, were unable to attend, letters were read Mr, Malcolm Tells Farmers Ad- Votes on Proposition on Feb. 28 it lo the farmer him- hilcolm was vrry willing to answer any iiuosliuiiK ralvtiil whk'll j wen1 !Ui utn't'd his points VLTV clearly iiml (nrvlbly und alii ucrc very imicli iutorestyd. 'XPlaiiKMl tho i'.mondmrnu of' wiili'h art1 to bo iu tilt; noxt sitting of Uu: Ilov. H. A. Auklund, pastor of 11' iiny onn is not iu favor of this I ford street Ilaptlst Church, Wood- act let tht'iii slay lniiiiM nnd not har reniyned. it. asi it will not affect anyono I (Dr. J. T, Kirkland, AlnioiHo, town clerk for 14 years, has handed in hli -I. PICKED UP IN PASSING P 0 II TUB BUSY- Mi X (From Our Own Correspondent) Jan. afternoon Mr. Malcolm uf the Hail In-, sui'iinuo board of Alliorta delivered a splendid un the advantages of; municipal hail insurance. There was a largo audience present who so desires, and those who' then wish it, can havo the advantages it furnishes, I'rHlay evening, Jan. 14th, a danco was ctveti X. Howsly nnd U Hi'urshie in Ilia Patience school. All inx'soni hud a good enjoyable tiiuo. The Howshy orchestra played. to hear him in the school room at Wrentham. He first pointed out the disadvant- es of the old net which was voted freak Fast After 47 Days Fasting out two years ago. Then lie pointed Mrs. Ernst Harrington. Who j viral meeting. Tried to Force Hubby To Join Her Church resignation. Flro destroyed tho huildinj; known as thu old- Anglican Church rectory at Tiiamesford. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Anderson, Wood- stock, celebrated then- golden wed- ding on Wednesday. Mrs. 'Goo. De Montmorency is the first woman to to appointed to the Kast Zorre School Doard. ('has. H. Burgeas was chosen mayor by the Cliietpli city council at Its inaug out the advantages of tho ntnv act. There was one advantage of the old act, however, in that by the old the board learned many vaU'ablo les- sons. Now- they have corrected the bad features and added new ones which are embodied in the new act.. 1L. L 'Saturday by drinking part of a glass of milk, became ill aooii afterward, lo her nurse, and visitors DANVILLE. Jan. Mrs, 'Ernst Harrington, who broke her fast Samuel Farrell, wlio formerly lived at St. Catharinea, found dead iu his room at Buffalo. Boston and New York financiers may open an American bank iu To- Bell Telephone Co. operators are t! Insurance board, as any indi- than some districts which ready members. mer oE Nelson _ T1 a UL The old act was undesirable in tUat: brought nhnut the Ilov. G. S. Payne township, near Milton, died eiactly when one's loss was estimated he did of. Eldorado. III., who visited her to-, week alter his wife each being 11 not know when he was to get big In-: day. Ho told hui thi" church did not yesrs Of aB0. demnity. Under tho new act this. is require such sacrifices, and quoted all remedied and all losses are paid the Bihle in support of his views. promptly and iu full. Out of 1S55 i Mrs. Harrington jointed the Rev. Thornbiiry and ,Heaihcote Presby- terian Churches, after a four mouths' i vacancy, has secured Rev, A. A. Laing [she claimed she received anothermes-j as pastor. within seven days. He then qMDtpd figures showing: sage from Ood telling her to break that tho company were on a firnr foun-1 the fast. This was the- ihiid "revela- dation financially. They now have reserre fund of So if a nnui- j icipality vote in favor and get repre- lentation at the annual meeting they! was said her husband W. T. McMullen, pastor em- Woodstock, celebrated his 90th blrtli- I knew she ,lay on tion" she claims to have nxperienced Critu8- ot Knox presbytorlan church, since th'v fast began. "It didn't surprise me. then have some say about this re serve. It is partly theirs. Being queried about adjustments, he then pointed out that the adjust- ments which were made by the muni- cipal hall insurance board were as fair and as prompt as was possible, much more HO than companies. Their adjusters were instructed to be fair. In comparing the amounts paid out by. the insurance companies and tonight. "She had no chance to make me yield. (From'Our Own Correspondent) FOREMOST, Jan. Ladies' Aid served afternoon tea at the home that of the mun.cipal board these lof Boberts afternoon, tacts are shown: i A very enjoyable social time was The companies pay approximately liy thpse whu ,ook advanuge of do to 40 per cent, ot their receipts privilege. About was reallz- administration. The municipal pays, ,01, LlKfi03' Aid funds. per of their receipts tot-' Mr Mrs_ Palll jiedluiret enter- admmistration. i taiucd a iiiimbor of their friends at a On the 28th of February, 1921. the on Wednesday evening, owners of land will have an oppor-1 Miss Mawhinney. of Vancouver, and tunity of voting on this question. Uir. Evans, of Manitoba, are visiting And it is to be hoped that this dls- their Mrs. James trict will be included in the hail in-1 ure. Parcy Wiltse, has been con- Dominion Is Independent Hon. C. J. Doherty Tells New York Papers of Result of League Sessions surance district for next season. There is no tax on land which is not insured as the tax Is only the premium .of the insurance. Insurers must insure for either or per acre, and as stated before, he- can withdraw his land from the dis- trict if he so desires. Each one who wishes to insure muat before the 15th of June make a crop report to the district secretary. If he does not the secretary of the riued to her home for some time. Sho is just re-covering from an attack of mumpji but is not nearly well yet. Baby Ruth Watson ,ts recovering from an attack of scarlet fever. T. M. Westbrooke has sold his farm within tho last few days. ?.lra. McKinnon and children re- turned yesterday from a visit her people in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Norman' Metheral leave today for Lethbrfrlgfi where district must himself collect this j they expect to Hvo for awhile. Smallpox uae broken out in Beii- tiuck Township and the health author- ities are doing everything possible to keep it from spreading. Between and C. N. R, shopmen in the western diTisiou are affected by their decision to accept shorter hours rather than a lay-off. The Hamilton Association of the Canadian Building: nnd Construction Industries has devised n system known as the optional plan of em- Middle- g Im- plicated in stealing worth of Jewelry and who eacaped from a train, was again arrested at Musquodobpit, -N.. s. Upon the earnest 'solicitation of his congregation at Olds, Rev. J. S. Shbrtt has decided to decline the call from the Presbyterian congregations of Nauton and Parkland. ,At a recent U. F. A. meeting in Nanton S. S. Sears was presented with a gold watch and chain by his fellow members as a token ot appreciation of his work in tho interest of their organization and ofcthti farmers' move- ment. John, Jenkins, arrested at Mil ton, N. S., on suspicion of being NEW YORK, Jan. al- though part of the British empire, is a cation in itself and its spokes- men represent only the Canadian peo- ple, C. J. Doherty, K.C.. minister of justice of Canada, declared on his arrival Saturday after attending tho meeting of the council of the League of Nations at Geneva. "I have the utmost confidence that the empire will he said, "but tho empire members stand together on a basis of agreement and not a basis of control. To get the voice of the empire It Is necessary to get the voice of all tho nations that com- pose it. There need bfl no apprehen- sion as to Canada, which ia a nation within the empire, hut the persons who are sent out lo represent Canada are responsible only in their ex- pressions to the Canadian people." Citing the failure of the Canadian representatives at the league council to agree the Irtish concerning certain mandates and tlie admis- sion of certain countries, -Mr. Doherty explained that "we reserve the right to our expressions of independence when we differ with thoae sent out from Downing E. L. RICHARDSON IS from them in answer to their names. Letters were read from Brothers who 'are now located in many distant parts of the continent. There were sev- eral letters of congratulation from former members of Mountain View Lodge. No. 4, who are now transferred to lodges in other places. Excellent speecheB wera made by D.D.G.M. Mack, of High Rtver; E. F. Brown, P.G.M.; H. Bates. P.D.Q.M.; P. G. Murray, of River; P. G. Patterson, P. G. W. Stewart, P. G. Rothney, P. A. Russell, P. G. T. Clark. Bros. Fleming, Pollard, McNicol, St. George, R. W. Smith and Bro. Argent, Hamilton, Out., and Bro. Stewart, P. G., of Granuni. After the closing of the lodge a banquet was served. This closed the celebration of the 31st birthday ot Mountain View Lodge, No. 4, I.O.O.F., which was in- stftuted January 13th, 1890. Both evenings were a great success, and agreed by all as the best ever held in Macleod. The Brothcra joined hands and sang "Auld Lang Syne" before dis- persing. MURDER CHARGE IN PRINCE ALBERT COURT PRINCE ALBERT, Jan. preliminary murder trial of S. Seuni- knwaki in connection with the death of Sain Kowalski was opened here this afternoon before Provincial Magis- trate Murray. The hody of deceased was found i frozen stiff !r, his s'lefgh In a clump ofi bushea on December 16, rniloa 1 north of this city. At the inquest tlie j coroner's jury returned an open ver- dict, stating that the eaae was ono for further Investigation. This was carried out by the provincial police, and rei-ultcd in tho arrest of the ac- cused. Fifteen witnesses have been called for the crmvn. Mrs. KowalsH. widow of the deceas- 'ed was the witness and related that on Sunday. December she last aau- her husband alive when he left Heart and Nerve Pills home with ju-cused for Prince Albert for the purpose of buying a home. Sho next saw- aciniuod on the following OFFERED BIG Tuesday .whoii he tailed at the house. WINNIPEG, Jrm. Alberto's: Witness nuked him If her husband mutropplis may have to find another! hud remained in city and he aaem- managor for her big association j ed surprised to had not ro- as E. L. Jlichardsoij has today under, turned liornn. VVitneiu alio advisement resigning to accept tho: denra to tho effect that deceased had general management of the Western '.ssodation. once thrashed accused one evenlns as he was too fretjuent a visitor at Canadian Colonization As The position vis 'offered last night her home, rjcceaieil wan In Kood by the general committee and vith health when liu left home and had a Mr. tka. dlwuwtea COR- luin or money In Ma The timed until yon BWnigbt. ___ was adjourned at oni Areycm rushing on to disaster? TRAIN, marine, street fact, all disasters are on the decrease, largely educational propaganda preventing carelessness. The toll of human life through ill health and disease is also on the decrease. People of the 20th century are realising more and more th'e necessity of keeping them- selves fit and well, for without health they can never attain their ambitions. There are still some, however, who ignore a vital factor in preiervjng their health and strength. They ignore medical scientists who tell us the necessity of repairing the ravishes on the heart and nerve centres. These arc the people to wake up one morning; the people who! drop deifit in the street, in the car or train, and just at critical time when they are specially needed by friends and dependents. ARE YOU IN THESE RANKS, inviiiny disaster? Do you ever .feel that your work is proving a slight strain upon youP Would be able to fill a bigger position to-morrow, make the rapid, clever decisions which bring success? Would your employer choose YOU? You can rest assured he won't if you're not in robust -health. He can't take chances with ailinf people. Rut you can obtain thi health that will MAKE him choose you by restoring the heart and nerve centres, the vital organs of the entire system. Thousands of people have accomplished this by the use of Milburn's Heart' Nerve Pilla. One simple step. Go to your nearest druggist. He sells recommends Milburn's Heart Nerve Pills, and will be pleased to hand, you a box; or send SOc, and they will be mailed direct by The T, Milhurn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ontario. ;