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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News TEbe Xetbbrifcfle Baity Derate All The Local Newt Where You Expect !t MONDAY, JANUARY 19, UiTllUlUUGE. Ai.UfUTA. PARTY OF TEACHERS FOR WESTERN CANADA LONDON. Jan, Can- adian The twentieth party of British teachers sent out to Western Canada under tho aueplcss of the Fellowship of the Maple Leaf, leaves England on February 13, and two more parties will follow In Augutt. GRANDSON OF A FORMER PRIME MINISTER Tl was likely the weather that In- most stirring heart interest. tcrlcrc.il with (he attendance at the children were bolng rescued anil carcil Palvatlou Army rally to inaugurate tor, wlik tlio result, that Ihey were the campaign for Novcrthe- developing Into zooA citizens. Adju- less, those who allended the meeting lanl Tulle lold some very thrilling In Knox church yesterday afternoon re-, Blories of lie work the Army hod done ccivcd an Inspiration, and not ft mm' In picking men up from Ilia gutter and or woman left the church lacktog de- reconElruclIng Ihcm into worth-while termination to do their utraosl to clllrecs. In cufriliuloa he made this leallzo the objective of cam-. statement: "In other words, the Salvation Army All tho speakers commended tho' lolling on the upward trend work o( the Army without any rjuallfl- for more than half a century doing Just cnllon. Mayor Hurdle, who was in wuat H did in France all in the same the chair, was emphatic in his declara and manner hut Hie people did lion that there was no institution not recognize it, or perhaps If It was could spend money belter than the recognizable the public mind was Salvation Army In Ihc interests of clouded with prejudice to Iho beauty humanity. In nil these years It has O[ mc work. But 1 trust yon have liad a steadfast purpose. It went for- caught Iho vision, and tho Salvation vvunl doing good to those who really Army Is not a small baud of zealots needed help. 'on the street corner trying to got A, Buchanan, Ji.l'., pointed out men to heliovo something fantastic iu the Influence) of the Christian church, doctrine, but It is a great social scr- Komc people, minimized the influence vicc organization covering a wide field of tlie church but they evidently for-.of service and doing the work which got the church was Ihe advance guard js but the pracllcal application of the of civilization everywhere. The i gospel of Jesus Christ. CALGARY, Jan. D. Percivai, of PrlddEs, died here this morning at the age of 72 years. He was a grandson of the Right Hon. Spencer Perelvat, former prime minister of Eng- land. i two planes will be brought here by the Decision Means Cjty is Going To Operate Fire and Police De- partments Separately shall bo Iho sum of Two bun- i rfrc-il dollars per month, pay' able monthly. mt-p OFMiilEFI, to ran the polico ana lire departments separately, Chief Hardlo returning to the head of the Flro -s appointment he held previous to'lho He iamalgamation of the (wo departments been determined by tho council. Mf. Joseph Olllesple held tho 'post- association in order thai may bn In lino wilh other' cllles In Western Canada in promollug aero- nautics in a c-timmerclal way. Is Ihe word brought back from Calgary by IJcul. If. H. Pllzstmmona. Victoria Mansions, ''Ity. who represented Lelh- brldKe at Ihe aeronautical convention In Calgary last week. The convention was held for tho purpose of standardizing un-ier one organisation the different aero clubs of thn four provinces and is L to bo known as ihe Canadian Ail Sc-r- j vice Association. Tho membership In j UiG association Is open to any one I interested In the HHivoment, nil ex-' flying ofliccrs. mechanics, and civilians i who are nov: or way become assoclal- cd wllh flying for commercial pur- poses. The following officers were elected: Hon. His Excellency. At the regular sittings of Ihe city council. on Monday morning, Mr. Joseph.Gillesple was appointed Chief of Police at a salary of a month, to take effect on February 1st This means that Ihc council have decided to ran the pollco and fire departments Sis a result of the publication In tho the governor general, the lieutenant ..crald of Ihe large number of cara of governors of the four western hay that were on tho track at the local ces. was made chief In a dual dopot, Mr. Weir, tho representative ot Presldcni-Capt, Fre-I McCall, D.S. car-s p "sent polico the AsriouHnral Department of the o., D.P.C.. M.C., Calgary force will be Increased In accordance provincial government at the Board of Clifford Me- wlth the new arrangement has not Trade, has wl h com- Ewan. M f Saskalwu. munIcatlonB from farmers for the hay. Spence There are still 34 cara left. Ten ol 0111 A from each province will he named. Lisut. Fitzslmmona was deputized i by the (onvc'ntion to undertake the for- maiion of a branch of the ne-v assoc- iation here, nnd wishes to get In touch with all the ex-members of'the H. A. F. in the city and surrounding com- munity. Many of the western cities have already offered the association Tho hay will ce of inml for aerodromes and landing groun-Js. (By J. S. K.) This Is the weather that the curlers smile, the postponed boiiEplel made everyone feel ed. But this weather, when the mercury only comes up to zero noon looks too good to overlook. Word was received this mornlna that Fernie was as well able to come rlflht away as later. So the tonspiel committee got busy and held a meeting thli morning with Ih3 result that all clubs were phoned to try and fae here Tues- day afternoon or Wednesday morn- ing to pull off the big 'spiel fop 1920. If Cranbrook and Fernle can make tonight's train art effort will be made to start Tuesday morning. In any case everything will be humming merrily for Wed- nesday. The committee feel sure that there will be practically ns large art entry as there was. in any case as many will be on hand at could be got tOQCther at any later date this vyinter. And the weather looks good. the past 80 hours to a depth of j waa employed us Instructor brought happiness and brightness Into moment, and us ati outcome of homes where, there had been desola- campaign every branch of'work will j lion anil darkness. That was recon- ho strengthened and improved ami In Etrucllon ol groat valuo especially in somc cases nee ueiuluiltng tho restlessness tlinl exists niailc and new departments opened. Following month of verj' fine g which Ihc range some cas'es needed extensions were aMc ness of business men tn encourage an organization of Ihc type of Ihe Salva- i ima to refuse as many tlon'Arniy, and this could be done by; thirty cases In a month. This homo assisting in Ihe campaign on Tuesday.; ]ins an average of 30 children inmates Those who bad money should make it Km] Was operated lasl year for serve Inimanlly because service was: Eighty-five children were tho important thing. We wanted lo i carod for In all. rid of selfishness. Selfishness Tho Rescue Home with 84 cases was the root of all thc world's troubles j vvas operated at n total expense o! loduy. Once we made 'sacrifice' and G9. Why can wo (lo this work our. objectives, tho world i at fa mile cost nnd get such returns would rapidly improve. There satisfactory cases? Because Ihe opportunity for service offered on womca who run these homes have con- Tuesday, nnd wilh thc proper spirit I SCCralcd their lives to this work and animating the citizens, there oughl lo rcccivc a living wage rather than thc be no Ironble In raising Iho lor high which nurses are able to the Army. obtain elsewhere. Eulogizes Army The reason there is sucli a demand Dr. Rivers was the next speaker, [OI-. admittance lo our homes is no anil he- no ICES eulogistic of the llian Ihe direct result of years cause of thc Salvallon Array. He was 0[ faithful labor on tho part of our satisfied that the money aimed at was' workers and especially ihe more spcc- vralcd bv tho Army, and that if they tacular service rendered during the obtained Jit, il would be well spent. war. j with shame lo tell that neen 11010 iu IIHMU STREET S. P.O. BOX Federal Emergency Appropriation for Ex-members of ihe Forces This Fund Is being administered by the Canadian Patriotic Fund. The territory covered by the Loihbridge Branch has Ihe following bound- aries. end LUlle Itivcr. IJoundnry. Island nnd West- Monarch and lllood Reserve, Claims upon Ihis rum! arc solely bused upon UNAVAILABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT during i'nr> mnnllis nf December, 1919, January. February and March. Hefoi'e applicalions are cligihlo for cunsidernllon Applicar.ift must secure a Certificate from the authorized representative of Ihe Depart- ment of Soldiers' Civil This notice Is inserted by the Branch of Iho Canadian Patriotic Fund who will nppreciale Iho bringing (o tholr notice, by any- one knowinif Iho circumstances, casea apparcnlly eligible for financial aid. or telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND (LOtlilirMge Branch) Room 209 Sherlock 701 Some Farmers Ash Us: we ship you some cream, and 'Can chip at any time, each shipment. Try us and see. for cream, and you may Our pricee are tho best and wo pay for Crystal Dairy Limited ;