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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETlmnilXiE DAILY HKHAUJ SATIJKDAY. JAXUAHY IS, IU19 Ube letbbriboe Tfoeralb e, "fllbecta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers JTHE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 823 6th Street South, W, A. BOchanan President aud Managing Director John Torrance Business .Manager for the right solution of Issues rjdsfrd by (he xar. Of much that the gaverntucnt has 1 already done in eoimecUon with re-j oonstruotioa there will n-fjespreod ipproval; c-f much ulstr there will bo CTiiwieai. Approval must not be lowi-d to the of respoasl MHiy the individual or c'.wxor criticism to fall short ot be- isf helpful ind coastructlTe. Kveiy oi parlianieut 'he the bJUiy for the future well-bercg of tae who have serreJ Canada, actuai- TELEPHONES Business Office 1252 Editorial Office Memb Daily, delivered, per w Da Ilr, .delivered, per j-ear Dally, by per year ......55 Weekly, by mall, per Weeklr, by mail per year to TJ.B..t- 1) or the fvtid ol the country at lirgu Jlealir i'.it; thai, any trho ylace partisan in- vests cr personal atr.Wtloiis ia froct rt naiionat concerns thtsi time c-f tial and economic CT'JLS vi-ui. stamp t Y.itipf they have In ;he fcrthcomicg session ol par- liament the necessities of tbe ftryt ia a corollary, the pay for them on. and es- i.nent of, the natiotul war borrowings be equally prominent, In fram- ing mwEurts of economic reorgani- zation and finance all the old aniag- brought to the surface. to the success o! par- IJIOPHND YBUi (Frcrn Our Own RAYMOND. Jan. !6.-The 'fin ban was lifted here thi? morning, anJ, boil I the waileivy Md the spools opened with a fiir attendance. Tiio teachers do cot all too pupils back uutU Monday." U that ll'.e epidemic. vrorse in I'laU ami the m- ter-mouritaJn states, because Prest- iti't H. S. Allen received a telegram frc-ni presidency ot (he churvli to close all church gatherings because ol the plague. Discourages Amalgamation Mr. Gilbwith. -superin- tendent ol fairs, in a letter to Mr. KinA.ill. secretary of the Raymond Vgricultural Society, discourages our Evangelist Presents Them With Than Any Show-' on Earlh He th.l K Ma Does n't this eat tba enows 'all la. these words [Evangelist Stephens characterized lae reviTal service last night bouquets o! Cott-res were presented to Ihe oldest and the youngest mother present. The lirge congregation (ell in with iho spirit of the service, auJ H was fol- ngoUstn. wont on "Mr. differsnces of I'rin- ono of the provincial schools of Dates cf expiry ot subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept-' It" is esseit wee of rapnra after expiration date to v. r.iu- t our authority to continue tha suV ciple aud of be held in j agriculture, that the society should ileaib; that the spirit of genuine co--by all means have ft lall fair. What operation should enable rapid pro-1 do you thiat? Our fair grounds are MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING There has been quite a commotion (adequate preparation tfor ereotuaH- in political circles over a ram or to j ties, ttie effect that the government at Oi- i Tbe pressure or war conditions has bad b.rome seriously Wangled removed; there i, "o longer that entries in each class, more so than most tourop ot Raymond's site. have been successful iti the past financially, and- that implies in a deal to give the Shell Oil Co.. a esteranl danger in face of j good exhibits ami numerous visitors. Erit'su concern with a Dutchman at st ob- i If fall lo have a fair tbis year from the.number 0 bi> called for any mother of that agC lo answer. With no one replying he passed cm to 79 became "the proud possessor of tbe bouquet ot dowers for the oldest mother there at the hands ot Rev. Cragg oil benalt ot Mr, and Mrs. There was. however, an- be suiiS. But the necessity Its head, esciusive rights in ihe Peace for unity is not less; it is probablv River oil lands thus shu'.ting oafpri- The forthcoming session Kill ve vato concerns which are spending tiw> is Veal Canadian nationality callable of frapplins with money lavishly to develop the il3 in.a. truly nMionsUplrit 'AH Fcrls "ot stories have teen i atout the allege j deal.' The follow- ing is the Aibertan report of the mention of ilie deal at the liberal convention at The next introonced by George Thompson, and secotidedhy "VV. A. Rae, of Peace River. It dealt -Brith the oila-esourees of Xorth'Alber- ta, vfrongfnlly alienited tram the pro- vince, and proteiting against' grant- snch lauds'by clandestine con- tracts. itr.. Rae said there were a number ot reasons why he should second the resolution. He re-presented the Peace river in' the legislature, and in that country i they had a great heritage ot xreiroleum. 'Hie proposal is to gvra to lha. Shell-OH'Co. acres of 3and in this coantrr, to control for sii A Windsor doctor gave 222 liquor prescriplioas ia -one day. Djubiless we may forfeit our riglit to hoM one. u esral who Mrs. gMls fl iumlinff. This was the patients are all doing well, opines i jor Then, too. interest m district Mrs. of North Lethbrtdge, toira faira will die, .waile i. told j Q ter age as yeara autj 6 a fair vre stimulate interest and Create To mcct c'ase Mr> competition. Mare people living, in e s tor a pot of f.OTfers at Uils district win esnibit by.ten, to one than If we joined tiEain Leihbridge. By all means have a fair. The public meeting will bo held some time next week. Watch HICKED UP IN SSING FpH THE BUSY MAN Mrs, Alex Moore, daughter o( H. .N'wblU, K.C., M.P., la dead. Brlg.-Gen. McDougall or the forestry corps, has been gazetted major-general anfl Col, Baruey Hepbura has baen brlgadier-Eeneral. Tho Werriniau Baptist Church, ot Ranger, which already has ac- quired an Income ct a year through oil wolls sunk.in Us church yard, bag refused tor the right to develop wells in the 'grave- yard, which adjoins the church, Charles Lyons, aged sixty-five, ei- Mayorof Charlottetown, and one of its most successful business men died there recently. He carried on an ex- coal business for Dearly forty years, land was a prominent conser- vative. Manitoba's, drainage commUslon baa been aypointed. The chairman will be J. G-.Sullivan, formerly cbtet ecgineer ol the Canadian Pacific railway, and the other members are Harry Grills of Sanford, Man., and John'A-'Thompson of Tho labor appeal board, on ihe ap- plication of a number of Toronto firms has reversed a decision of the board of conciliation which awarded an in- crease to men employed aa pattern makers and recommends tbat any-rate until peace ia definitely concluded, the -minimum rate in contract should be 65 cents an boar and in job shops 70 cents an hour. Capt. Richard Graham, formerly parsonage- which wns duly presented auditor of the Municipal World, St. her through Rev. Hodgms, her pastor. Thomas, and now auditor and business the Ottawa Journal Press. date. A lot of bora hi Bonn.' Germany, this winter and they enjoy the way the. German people lift The people ot Raymond can 'rest assured that we are free from a pool room for another year, so Uic tnelr'nata as. they i on the' street, The peace, conference isnt just de- cjded'ajiout-free' pablirity for iie do- iDgs''arDund the peace table. Almost .as crabby about it as soma city coun- xils.tn -Some; eastern cities tave started a years. The head of the firm -was a L'morement to perpetuate tha memory German in Germany, a Dutchman in Holland, and a good BIriisher in Can- eda, Some said there was no oil here, Sbut McKenzle iirst noted it and D. BaWiOn said that tne_ place was there ioVoTl. "AH drillsfiad gone down and in ccmmercial qnantitiss. Be re'erred io ih'e Email.areas of land .Sp oilier HeHs. ana now the .Shell Co. Tasks acres, so that the to pome pay tribute to He appealed'to .ihbse pTesent rfp. deliver their urandate' asaiast such (ccnces2ionfl f the same paper's editorial an- to tie allegation: 1 The. Union government has been charged, tried and condemned for giv- }ng away certain oil and petroleum in tha north country. But now it: turns out that no such conces- sion has ever been given or even con- sidered. '.It is -well to get all the facts before hanging the victim, even if the victim should lie a government, It would be jnst as well to have the inatter cleared tip definitely. Of cpnrEe, it the Eorernment .were to deny all the rumors Eel on-foot It would do nothing else, but-.this oil Blory is a.rather ierious'-one and it should be exposed. has been taken this week towards ridding the'city of aa undesirable ele- i ment shonHa't consider the -job fin-' ished. nill bars to cooperate with the police offlciah' inore than tiey hava done in the post if they wish to maie the Joh a lasting one. CANARDS NEED OF NATIONAL UNITY Canada needed national unity dur. Spg order to carry ori the tuary'task o t t to win Jiie war, indications are to b'e''fonnd' ia tasfes ol readjustment will fee -just as ooecoua as Ihe tasks of the need for national un- ity will.jbe all tie greater.'. But the Usks of.readjustment, being Aomestie.problems, are likely, lo ifring lalo -the ligijt differ- encos and thug maXe national unity .dlfCfcuK to secure; signs Jn some quartera that'political parly- Ism Is being placed before nilional bhlly fi'or the solution jof Jhp problems Canada, .and .ibus h Uie TVhole task made harder.', 1 j.The Winnipeg Free deals with .tJjlg proljlcm fairly and !n A in it pars; -iTha aTtermath o( the war wrll have confronted by the Canadian parliament at its next session. Demo- and repatriaHon, pensions, Aud war srratuiUea, land settlement and Worha and the conversion ot Industries from war to peace, conditions, national debts and na'Skmal revenues, all the numerous demands for expenditure, and for pro- Tlaion lo meet U, which the war has entailed will arise successively In an almost endless panorama of problems. of in Flanders by the planting of poppy seeds sent from Flandars fields. The suggestion is un- ique and Letnbndge might set apart a bed in Gait Gardens tor the purpose. (inspector police written .town secretary, Mr. T. O, king, a' director in.: the United Farmers of; Ontario, .and Mr. J. S. Anderson, secretary" of the "local farmers' Union, has gone to Edmon- ton to attend the farmers' conven- tion. Messrs. O. H. Snow. T. J. O'Brien, L. U Pack. John Powelson, C. Card, Jr., and Z. X. Skouson have gone to Calgary to attend Liberal con- vention. The.well and pump kj the eastern part of the town is he ing put in order to supply water to the mains. A third mother ot 76 years will receive a bouquet tomoj-row. The call for the i youngest mother was answered by Mrs. O'Donnell. of Filth Ave. S. She-1 id a mother of 19 years. -Where is your asked Mr. Stephens. "At home" .was the .reply, with a voice from the audience "There are two." With a note of surprise Mr. Stephens eiclaimed "They are about right when "they tell me L'don't nnderstand tho wes't." Mrs. O'Donnell is the mother ot two, one 15 months and the other The -people -ol Lethbridje-Trto de- sired to see the action .taSen whfch The big contention In Calsai? went on record as in.favor of an eight hour day. The sfcial-revolutionists in Chi- cago the oyier day' hours as a day's work while the Bolshevik! in Russia ivonld make it three hours. We're afraid tire delegates at the big Calgary convention are a hours boliind tho times. "While the need ot supplying a. play-; ground close.-ln is quite apparent.-the! people of.Lethbridge should -not; OTCT- look the necessity of building up He'n- derioa Park as a great- play and re- creation ground. The city is going to grow, and ts going to need Henderson Park 'as a playground. It will not be many years before It be more central tci Hbe. popp'aUon of the. city than It Is now. In the meantime trae- pUnting should be speeded up and some work shoiiW IIR on the ath- spirit in which pcopla poll- lo eolve these tfclans set -will largely determine their or (allure. The magnitude of Iho tasta nece'tslfeiei Ae M nallonal unfly and calls for the earnest 'co-operation of all aectlona of Ihe cornirnrnity. The of f'lectors', and ttelr rep resents tires Is not morety to they are re- fponslble (o those who hare sacrificed therasffli-es safety and free- lo'fulirxs o' tSo lelic ETOuncia it Is proposed lo estab- lish there. N The citjc o( Hamilton fs-to Open Foriirn. fiave'one fh Leth- bridge and can-therefore the following comment ty tbe Hamilton Herald on the inception of such an 'institution 'th'eVc: .-The Introduction of the Open Fcr nm, lo be conducled.on Sunday after- noons tinder the auspices of the; Ham- Iltdn Rdentlfli welcomed, Nnd 9th AVI, SoutK Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B.H. Rutor Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Everrjnjj Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Holy Communioit 1st, 3rd and ath. Sundays, S and 4th at H o'clock service. nday School, 3.00 p.m. "Let tnlUi.aM-faieliood grap. ONLY HALF FINISHED Washington, Jan. than half.of 'tie railroad administration's program for improvement ol tho roads list year was carried out. Of the et3.Sai.OM authorized capital cipendl- lures for leading Itncj, only }703 Z3i a Ehorl IIlnc's3 000 was expended, according lo an ad'. rilorawial service to ministration report today an estimate for December. A 'NEW PROBLEM SPRI.vOFIELD, Mass.. Jan. chamber of commerce, it was who lias succeeded .Mr. as station agent here. We are, hov.-erer, sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. 'McNalty, who made many during flay ivjth 113, H Is with great regre! that Iiafe to report the dcalh of one of the most farmers ot our district. Sir. was a victim lo inflr.. Isle Mr Bc-n Oerliy was held last SaMsy mor- linf there a largfi nco Including most cf his fellow cm- 'forces ot (he .Voble Co i'lr. J. turtle delivered a touching "-----paying a great trUrato to the ed today, has begun an Investigation i departed young nwn. of Iho problem which .will arise turn the abolition o( the saloon under the dry amendment, both as regards doing away places thai luva served as meeting places for men and.oMU real ealata value In Ihe cotntnuDlly, The. annual school meeting was held on Wednesdays this week whwi Mr. J. H, Medd was elected as tnistec In place of Mr. Tacttaberry, whwe term, bad exited -and who did not stand again. aro Going Id <-hurcJi'.. laklng Ibe sacra. jracnt, and olicying1 tho.ordinances. ,o( church will save yon unices have God.. Mert are Fnved by spwtat'errorl fhat of Ihe rtvivnl meetings. "Don't the frt.gii'lle you by cailslnfj ,vou to sjitak p.galpst these meetings! 1 flm sofi-y for tboao who do-nol he; licve in theae meellngs, Jio one whoao heart, M Irjly .ilgnt .will find: (auit orilii clforls for' bringing'- people Id God." SJafiirday's" rheeilng will Pori' corn OJi Sunday aflcrn'oon there will he a mass meeting for mort only in Knox' Tho subject will s or Cowards." Stephens announced that at this Her} 7lco he will l tho people tbo of mayor ahotiM have, add- "You off Ihe will men ave 'flome.hol cafec-rf In Iho a ineeling for woi 6T. CHURCH v Cor. 2nd Ave, and 8th Street South Rev. Canon J, E, Murrell-WrJBhl, M.A., Rector. The services tomorrow will be taken by Rev. Canon Hayes, of Calgary, who will preach both morning and evening. Canon Murrell-Wrlsht hopes ID be back church by the following Sunday. There -will be no Sunday School until January 25lh. Christian Church Car. 3rd Ave, and 8th St. S. Oliver, L. Pastor 612 Seventh Street South Phone 602 10.30: Sunday School. 11.30: Preaching Service. One of the KvangeliRtlc parly will apeak, 7.00: Union Kvongc-llstlc Service Wesley chiirch. SALVATION ARMV and Hamilton, offlceri In charge. Sunday, H a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. flunda? 2 p.m. Mcaday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.m." Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Corn Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Home I.ASEie. S Ufa Saving Bcoult and (luanli Thi. Citadel Hand la ittondstncet, Hunday and Bertlcn. A Welome to All. METHODIST Weslty Church Rev, E. Cragg, B. D, Pastor, IleaWence 320 llth St. S. Phenn: Parsonige 404, Church Study VJt Claude .Hughet, L.A.B., Director 0.00 a.m.: Early prayer service. 11.00 a.m.: Morning Worship. Ser- vices in charge of the pastor. 12.00: school nnil B'.blo Classes. 3.00 p.m.: Mass mcQllog of men in Knox church addressed by ncy. It. Stephens, and mass tncellng of women In Wesley church addressed by Mrs. Stephens, 7.00 p.m.: Evening service-. Speaker, Ttev. H. L. Stephens. Sen other notice. THE tlKITED CHURCH OF NOIITH LETHBRUHJE Rev. E. J, Kodgint, B.A., Pallor 1271 6th Ave. N. Phone ijjg Choir f.carter, Mrs. P. .lackson. II a.m. Topic: The, pastor .will speak. 2 o'clock: Beginners nnd Primary On- partmcnla of tho Sunday School in tho hall. 2 O'clock: Girls' nnrt Boys' Depls. of the Sunday School wjll meet In the church. 7.00 p.m.: Union Services at Church. CHRISTIAN SCIENCB CHRISTIAN .SCIENCii SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street a. SuWiy Service it 11 i.n. Sitb'Jcct; "Life." convenes at the close of tho Sunday' morning service. Wetfriexir Evening, Testimony fa. rhe reading room ta open cepl anil legal hoMnya. from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, Illblo and author lied Christian Science literature read, borrowed or purchaiert. The public li cordlr.ll? Invited to chdrch MrrlCM, PRESBYTERIAN Knoy. Church Corner 4th ana Mrtet 8- Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Momlnp 11 o'clock. 10 a.m.: Boys 12.30 a.m. Big Rlstem' Bfbte 2.00 p.m.: Dig Brothers' Bible. Class. 2.45: Other Departments of Sunday School. 4 p.m.: Chinese. Clasa, BAPTIST First Baptist Church Corner 9th Ave. 3rd Ave, S. Rev F, W. Dufee, 8.A., 11 a.m. Subject: "Lean Souli In MEdtt of .Fat 12.10: Sunday School and Pastor's Bible Class. 7.00: Union Services In- Wesley Ctmrci.' PRNTEC03TAL' PENTECOSTAL ASOEMBLY 20! Thirteenth St, N. Rev. C. M. Nive, PjitM 294 7th Ave. A, Services will be tielil al Uit Tcnl 9! Assembly an uioal Bt, 11 o'clock. Attornooh and CTfnlnf; asrvl.cns will lie held fn HifilUrnOfln even. Ing at Wesley church in conjunction wllh the union Pvi'nKcUiille Jcr- vices being hcH fheri. One of the Stephen's Bvangellsl parly will preach tomorrow m'ornlni the Pentecostal "mlsslm. NORTH LETHBSIOOE HALL- (l.ald 5tti Ayo, N. Uaplist Chiirth) apesikor: John Hae, 107 IJlti 91. Sunday School 3-< No niccllngs (ot.iorrnn-. Welcome ;