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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOUH T11K HRBMJJ. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1920 ttbe Xetbbriboe Ifoeralfc Xetbbvlbae, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publlsheri THS LETHERIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED K6 6th Street South, W. A. Suchantia President and Managing Director Tcfrance Ilusiii'.'Si TELEPHONES 'Busfncii Ollics .......___ Sditorlai Olfke 1252 1221 i Audit Bureau of Circulation Subscription Dally, delivered, per weob f .15 Daily, delivered, per 7.50 Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year 1.53 oul by luail, per to U.S. 2.0D ed of dally en address Ubvi. Accept- a group, or group ropr.esontatEoti tve j THE CITY'S NEED the- feasts of government us U hr.s IS CO-OPERATION come lo bo lenrtMj. This ulea of! if lhcK> is any lusting lossou to i-iaas ivprosenlMioa wus coiifciOcre.! ?ahicU fivm the (5 real War, It U ratltrr radical by many of the fnrm-1 ttnij rosults ilia I ers even. was considered by tho wt.re by co-operation political executive lo bo fwmevlnl j the ol co-oywrttlou. dangenj'-n ground to take at a critical tir.it> ;is ihe fir.-t U.F.A. itueniin to farmer, aa such, to tho Logisto'.uro. The yolitical excv cwhv remoiistraicrt Wood, nnil came tht clash of wills winch in tho mossior- ttebate WOviniMi'ay aftoniouji j a: liio I'.F.A. The da- jor tjv ba'.o onio iu tl Esc UPS ion of 11 motion wolf arc of lo abolish ibo py'uicfil oieciuive, ioavii-.f th'.1 ci" political as aa iniluMrial of tho United (-'amurs in the oT tbv? executive. hiM-icd liy F res Went at ibo annual convon- ;iou. ibis fiction of !he conven- tion to n certain extent utuloes tbo work of the iwceding year in build- tho spirit ol 8.tw uwu of various nationalities, ot various creedi, ami o! various vlowe. sink v all differenced tud prejudices and unite in a common rosolvs for otterting u purpose. Tiint spirit ot may r.-ell ba eiteiukxl ii'to cur coauuntiity life, a comrade- up a political machine (Iirough- ttsp province, and white It result- hi a certain amount feeling the separate political executive. oi papers after t-ioIratioQ date it does not necessarily mean' that tho U our authority lo the sub- tcrlption. We: THE FARMERS' MOVEMENT IN THE PROVINCE Xothtng lha.t has occurred in tbe political llfo of Canada in tlie ot a ceutury has; stir- red up such widespread interest and contains such great possibilities of rapid changes in iho political com- plexion of the country a? ihe organ- farmers' movement, ami the VxmVeiUion held Ibis week in Cal- gary is proof oi mis assertion. Ono statement marie al tho con- vention is tiignly interest ing, that is, that tho momborship in the Vni- {bd Farmers' nnil Farm Women's organization of Alberta hud almost doubled in tbe patt year, due al- most wholly to ihi> decision o' thR fanners at their convention to .enter toe political field. Farmers are interested in politics, in govern- ment today, as never before. That is true not only of Albena. but of every .other province in ;iie Dominion with 'and Prince Edward Island. Bearing this in mind, lot us loot I United Farmers' Ui will be membership of movement m Al- weakeiipd. For the the '17. P. A, provides advancement and the TheCoaldale Election As Viewed bii a "Watch- ful Voter COALDALE, Jan. the 19th of January very exciting duy for Ooaldulo. Kai'ly iti tho morn- ins we could 500 silent figures scur- rying through the snow storm, dowa the street und up the- alloy, making o( 'a8t rouud un among their prom i -which i victims, to sure of the salt a counnui'.ity. have in the ciiy various socie- ties, iti ihelr objects aud making for Iho binding of social ties and for creating that which uieam siiiril of inucb tu have their bul at the fame, liuie iiavo in tlicir ,hanc5s the great op- portunity of making a common bond between all citizr-ns. by uniting togctht'r in a cwninon fel- lowship. with all oulwarJ differences whk-h dJiferontiate heiivceii them in nr.mo set aside for the occasion in a irne jr-.Ucnial fpirft. This oun bfr I tho exchange of practically tbo total menibership' of ihe political movement, and ih'at membership Is with PrefiJeut Wood to the drop of the iiat. .Thlsj s ebovu at thG Thursday- session; of the convention when n resolution was passed supporting' President Weed's expressed policy 'of group representation. Ihe policy which, when advanced during the Cochrane bye-election, brought him Into op- to (ho oolitJcal executive. Presldeut Wood is therefore now supremo iu both the political and industrial fields of-tlie United Farm- ers' inavotHent, and, aB lie' is 'easily the strong man of "tho organization, it is to bo expected that tbe farmers will looh to htm to define their political policies. These policies of hospiULliiies between two or time. i) am to si more Thi final outcome of Uso of their i'fcrf-iu fnvored c-undi-Jaics. The poll opened at p.ni, and closed p.m., returning officer. POOH little km all over the r.pw Mr. H. A. Suggitt as volers formed getting e-Ach last npinion cf the three most suitabie ones arcoiilmg to ihetr notion. The candidates in ihe fieiii nl battle were Mr. Fl. t', our e'ealcr In fanuint; .Mr. John f'oloren, Ke KBIT of the well knyv.ii and beef trnsi, it very popular member of our community, which is shown by the rcsuli nf the election; Kdxvni Johnston, dalo branch of ih ing Co.. known over thn district. Coal- future Kllteon Mill ns fair ami square, grain buyer and iC he is a l ami las', FOR THE BUSY MAN South America anil a la to bi established in Havana, Cuba, at Victoria, B.C., vottfd la favor ol proportional representation, Twenty-tour thousand, five hundred returned men cave already positions with federal government offices. The A. K O. ol Thedford held a match, at ivblch spar- were killed, nud tbe losing eide provided u supper. Victoria elected two women as school trustees, .Mrs. llertha Andrews Mrs. Coany Johnson. St. Totnas has purchased an elec- tric water pumping machine at o, cost of J2J.931. During Police .Magistrate Wall. Guclph, tried Sll cases, including of murder. Orr Brothers' paper warehouse, Halifax, was burned with an approxi- mate loss of Guelph tladial Huihvay receipts in- aroused in Canada by tiiQ conferring of a baronetcy upon J. Orr Lewis ot Montreal. Scotia colleries. Sydney, C.H., turn out ns much us tons o( coal a day. Installation of a new railway aud .ratfic bridge, connecting Victoria aud tlie old Indian Keserve, and cost- will commence tnQ creused 51C.OOO of 1919 ovor Diose course. be based on the bro.id national policy adopted by the Cana- dian Council of Agriculture, ot.tvhldi lie is a leading member, but tueir execution vriH be directed by him as a result of the Convention's ac- tion; That the fanners will enter the at tho farmers' political movement I federal political field in a massed at- htit not least, the owner jif our harness j call htm divided by j Kicking pa vie. but alright all tho as weli its to the vuriuus othor which was shown by the num- soeielies city, A pluu such as ber cf voles lie this will go far to cement comrade- At Medicine lint liobt. Campbell, aged 17. was sentenced to tbe refonna lory for robbing the lioracs o( llev. Mr. Davis and llcv. Mr. Farrell. The Saturday Review says mucl cynical and angry comment has been middle of summer. of tbo diligence ot the liquor departiucnt of tho Al- uerta Provincial 1'ollce Is provided in he taot that daring the past month an amount approximating was d in tines Cor convictions under ;ho provincial 'liquor net. Atna D. Howe. S3 years of age, president of ttis NorShrup aaj i.yraan. Company. Limited. Toronto, manufact- urers alia wholesale, d.eaters.'in pro- prlotarj-'TOcdlclneB, la dead. Every, federal .'constituency in Sas- katchewan wiU be contested by a wn- didatt'; of tho 'Sastatclieuiui Grain Growers' Association in the nest Do- inlnioii nccprillng to R. M. Johnson, president of the association. The Ranlt of Commerce has elctletl two new directors, T. A. Russell, To- ronto. and J. A. Richardson, Kingston. Tho bank will open up business in Last Year You "Come time I'll i Mitoii A Riich Piano." Thai was a good resolution- put It Into effect NOW. noaH we'll sell you on turuis, cither ft Mason Risch Player or Piano Our system of selling from "Factory to Homo" snvei you money. Ask for stylo cata- log. ip which r.lieady ciUts. By this means there wiil he in effect one large commtinity club with the diff- eront eocieties mcmbiTs ot tlie same. feel lhat among meiu- bors of the various societies there in ihl? feeling for an extending of week end thought which 1 enlist the consideration idea as n might wol of :Uio' citizens at'larjje. There were reMly only two factious I among the vott-r? of the new village. I One was pulling FUODS for fightEng! Da vie, the cthe; one just as ftrons for genial H. C. Luitu. Wtil, it pears Davie's faction had more pull! or held on JieiH-e itho result shown belcv. One- itiing more we would like to mention before we; Into figures nnd majorities; Mr. J. IJ. Sulinek Deemed to be the only ono not much concerned in eith- er one for he turned out with Uis big seven and hauleit (lietu all in to the poll, without any questions in whoso favor their feelings ran. Bin i somehow vye.have a sneaking feeling that ho was'one of Hie big RAYMOND MOURNS- MRS. PATTERSOSJS DEATH Iu an WB liara it in this province ami; see just where it stands, and where 3n it is nCfected by the decisions made during the Calgary convention pust closed. One year ago, the farmers in con- vention at Kdmontoa .decided to enter ihe pplftical field. It was de- .citled that organlzatioii should hs- ,jit Iho bottom, and to this end prganizntion was started iu the 12 .federal constituencies Suto ivhk-h (he province is divided. Tho r.F.A. local, formed as a part of the U.V.A. induBtcial andt educational assocJa- lion which has been in existence for 'nanny years, vras the basis of the organziation, !buL every o( a tl.P.A- local ditl not necessarily need to ally himself with the political .movement. If he did decide to join in tbe political movement, he paid an additional membership, and this membership foe went who liy to political purposes. With this polltl- fcal membership m the locals as the starting point, of U.F.A district in e.Tch federy] tonsli'ituency was effected. This fras done during the snrint; of 101 Ji Tlip district ajsociatUms wore cs F.Dnttally political, JIIH! in urder ti po-operate thoir activities, a conven- tion of from Llio district itssooiaUons way held in Calgary last July when a political executive Tfas formed with 0. L. as president, anj with a platform almost identical lo what Is known as the New National Po- Hey, adopted as Hie- platform of the lannera1 movement in. Canada. With the organization of oxe- iutlve, Iho U.F.A. iu Alberta found acfc from coast to coast at tho DoDiJnion they aro tako place during the woodpile, and did ;i lot of ing the'way ho wantotl the voting nu-: chine to go. o'clock tbo reluming prficer the polling station and tho til- crier went out on ihn streets and announced "that fact tc 'Hie waiting Ojie bv oiie th'j in to the polhng office1, eacli nno finld- ing on hard ta the prico of n picnti box of cigars in .fiiclr Wo-wani ceased lias a wide" circle of frletnts. you To tni-ievsixul Miai heft Shn ii of nisiiy jn Coalilale wo don't i-r u 'ho voter- (iuftlilios. Shy vte chuycl1 until after the election, not'hcfore hiwmg been n falthtul (From Our Own Correspondent) .Inn. dcfttli; in Lcthhridge Mrs. "Klizabethi; Ann Piitterson, vrifo of Andrew Patter- sun, is greatly, mourned -here. Thu Patterson family huve been residing in Ilayrnond fof many and the de- METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD. DISTRICT OFFICE 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK AGAIN WE DID IT! -1? The Metropolitan Life placed, in .Canada during 1919 more ordinary insur- ance than any other Life Insurance Company operating in the Dominion.. This following on a similar achievement in 1918 speaks volumes for the popularity and failli'of the Canadian people in the Metropolitan Life. admitted hs was not In favor of taking political action in the prov- incial field. He did not say, that lie was.in favor of such action, but the very fact that the farmers ;ed themselves lo such a course in the Cochrano bye-election may ho held ioiiav from the residence-lo Th first ward chapel. fmprefsive ser-js-iiro vices were hchl. Interment was in j jjarrj. about half a dozen fiunkiea in surd of Hie cprrect chockiM? by Temple Hill cemetery. Mrs, Patterson is survived by a lius- hauil aiuViire chfldven, also a mother and father living in Idaho. taken to mean thai such, a .course n IH If 5 nFfll V he pursued in tbo future unless L if Kfr] j EoniG very cogent reason for Mi i a f 11 L. I lOIiEPH Tho result, out oE si ers turneil out, was us 50 insc of policy appears. The Uni- ted Farmers of Ontario have already entered the provincial field anfl nrc now in control ot the Ontario govern- ment. That is another very good reason why Alberta farmers will follow suit. Hut as againsL the policy on the part of some of the farmers' katlers for provincial political action, thoie is tbo advice against, it of the innn who OTTAWA. Jan. !s the fetter sent !iy ihe tiomtnion ex- ociitlvo to'.by in veiny to a letter from John Caloren Edwin Johnson Davlrt King ftogof Luml l'S Roger his defeat remark- ably well and'boHgratulatcd hia fol- low candidates on their success. Cigars were going around freely now nnd everybody went home hiipjnv So far we havcVt heard of any big' spree by any one after the election. Tuesday, January 20th, the newly elected council held their meet- ling in tho Coalflalc Commercial Club following i-orjni. David King was elected reeve, The Forward Movement Campaign A Four Weeks' Programme January of Intercession. The World Situation. January Aspects of tne Appeal. Febratry Aipecb lie Applal. February and Call for Harrison, manager of the Community Lumber yard, was appointed Kccre- two the Prime ruiriistcr: __ _.........._ _jrj___ "Sir: Your letter of Dec. 3. ury-trcasurer (or tlio'time vlth re'creiuo to ilm re cst.ilillsli-! months. ment of Inrlu-lini; Inatallation a! a village iiouucl and being boofitixl as tlie iieit yonr invllatlun tliat 1 mlRlit write to; the most thing, Ihc walcr lirst farmer Premier tbe Dominion, Hon. Thomas A. Crcrar. Ik-fora the.- Culgary conven- tion this we you fully in cnnnertlmi with any other i iiroirosition, were At tbeir aspects of the tincstion .or any further i first meeting the council seemed to pnciTPStion our association doslrcs to j very agreeable, counting on the fact Ule of tllc sovcrn- umi tlity had a linn Mr f-..n- m ity a lion. Mr. L.er.u mpnt wns ihem. known all fire eater among over Southern Al- vrill be that decided by Prc- II Wonil ro f. 11 definitely yel what that province. Tho fjirnvT.s tc and on the whole they Kee mi reru'oti Ihey shouldn't follov; their Itself, with two orgatiizationF, .ihc [Jllst will bo followed in Uder central executive having con- trol over tho industrial, educational ind social functions of t lie United Farmers, and tbe new t-xccytivc con- trolling tho poetical notivilioj; uf that, portion of the membership who iad subscribed lo polilical action Whether or not U might have, hoc: jxpected, tJiere caino a time when tho two executive borlk-s The Cochrane byc-nioriinn when n !andldtvto of the U.K.A, political or- Eaulzalion entered tfie tleltl tigaiiifit i farmer supporter of the Stewart (orermnunt, the occasion, Ono ot the reason.! was t E) c don bt In tho first instance. by lumy fanners us to Iho ?f oiitering the field of provincial jolHical aclion. There was a cliff- )tonco of opinion between members )f tbo two executive and vmong Iho members of each of nxlies, aa lo tbo to puisne. Then, during Hie flmit U'owt of the inrlur.trlil vas Invited lo throujrnont the -'idlng on In-half -it thf; fiirni'T.V lidatc. Ho did anO during his lit: put Eyns'anl ilnmgty liL-Irl hy him In favor ui nc'Jon by ttiu rr.i'iuci-.; urgcd very thai Hie farmers I 0; tho nomtnlnn esccutive ot Ihe borta. first in his capacity as aldor- Orrat V.'nv Yclcnms' Association On (he Lethbridgo city council. January 19. 15M. iaflcrwanU as the only government "I am InsiriH-tcd lo tj.v in reply lliat inspector for noxfoua weeds who v.as Ihe c-oiniirnlioiisivo plan for so) Her for irarliciilar lob, and togfthor with otlif-r now Ihe first reeve of Conldalc vil- recomnKT.Oations, iilnwd hefora the i taEO council, namely Fighting King rarllEimentriry committee contained alt Uavie. this ihc principles of i Tho fjuhlic of Coaldalo has high ivhlrh wore authorize! liy the nrpat i expectations ot its ns-.v conncil, V.Mr Votcr.inV A5snciatlnn asscmblod for (ho and broad-minded- ill rnnvcnllon. Tlie unanimous report ress c( Hie touncillora is well tlie parliamentary cnmmitlce clis- known. e.-iieclally lonccutrate their polilical efforts on OHau'.i, .leaving the proviticinl field alone least in al tacking two citadels at the same time both ob- jectives may be lost. There is a difference of opinion amnilg the rank ami filo of the fanners ovor tlic sanio riuestiou. Bolli sides have srronj; they claim. Unt ANGLICAN AucjustinTs Church, cor. 6th Ave. and 11th 31. ST. AUGUSTIN'S AND ST. CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED All Herricca -wiH bo conducted by the: Ilov. .T. P. Dingle, We E torn CanafU College, Calgavy. music. Ma tills and holy coininnnlon at H o'clock service. Ivcnsong, 7 p.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH l Cor. 4th Avs. and 11th St. S. Rev. Chss. E. Cragg, B.D., Pastor Mr. Ciaudo Huahts, L.A.B., Choir Master 11 a.m. Morning Worship. Subject: "The of CtirE.itian Uni- ty." Tlio Senior ehoir will lie as- slated hy tlK' vholr. 13.10: Uliiie Scliool and liible C1.153. 7.30 KveniiiB Service; subject: Tlie use; and tbo abuse of God's apltrf.ving of that entire plan for re- j forwardne of Ihc straight Mr. David' King. eairnjubiiunrru wna Ihe [Tiiero's no lieatlr.g nhoul Ihc bush Kovrrnmonl. The vvllh TMvic. (ivetythiilK open anil above know., deflnitply yel what Unit wilt ihnrofnro .while, re-affirmlnp their board Is Dnvip'A ioean be. The hest RIIOFS is that both hrMnf In tlK- inndr-mincy of Ihn rc-fH-j :01 know tliAl the jjoiiig wUfliC provincial ami fflcriLl fioMs will seo t Mil is h merit mr-Hinflf; fn operation, hard tho year, but the 1 ran mM nn further n? or rec- of the voton. which Uicy sbdwed en farmer political ur-livily In this t nmmeirlpMons la thn-fn ilrnfidy made shttiM help thennnlonfi a by them nnd rr-lfnloil bv tho LKoad. in tficir duty nnMI tlmv EniUinmert In dn yST. MARY'S CHURCH.' NORTH LETHuIiiriGE 'THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. ind Sth Street S. A. H. Denocn, Minister. E. F. Layton, organltt oholr letter 10.00 a.m.: Snbbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners ClasB. 11 a.m.: Services will conducted by Rev, MT. Magowan of Calgary. 12.1F.. Dig Slstere. 2 p.m.: Hfg Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 p.m.: Evening service, llev. Mr. MagO'iVan. i Coriicr 6th Ave. and 12th C. Nortii Rev. Stanley C. Ripper 517 12th St. A. North 1! a.m.: "-T) p.m.: Sunday School. 3 30 p.m.: 'Adult Bihle'Cli 7.30 p.m.: Hvensoug. Rev, E. J, Kodgins, Pastor 1271 5th N, Phone 1659 Choir Leader, Mrs. F, S 1-7 a.m.: Junior' cnoir practice, 1 it) a.m., Boys' Dept. of the Sunday Schotil in Hall. Mornint' oervlcc. The Toz- H a.m. tor. i 2 n't lock. Beginners ond Primary --------._------------j ;c r'-nuinta of the Hclioo] in SALVATION ARMY Tfirrii 1.4 tail; IMJW (if movint; i-innir- shows In the penitentiaries. Iltvers )ind iM.-tter lie-in uko a. movie operator's crnir.-c. Jn.st'pb .Martin. cx-M.I'.. Hays Liht.rnl in ICusIiMid is (Ir.nS, .Idf; ha.sn't been very much alivy liiinself j lately, i i Adiuiant and Mrs.' C.O. men! until they arc mithnnzcil In and proper, lo Iho vefy he-it us'nl KaturO-iy nlu'i; so hv Iho nr-xi annual rnnvenilnu of j of the newly created j ;Vrvifc the Grei'i Wiir Veterans' Asaoclallim ]uf a m '3 om 7 3U p m wliirh iiionls on the, 22ml of March j V'e are sure that in anything reason- iiblii ilic in-iv council will propose for.' of tiMinfit of thn .village, they will j "Th fJT-'t Honnnlrnj nl fo ynu f'ir your ''nomlnloTi Sncretarv-Trcssuror, W. V. A. of rnnadr..'1 OKK SHIPMENTS OUT 0V Ih" fuil iiiitl iiOEirty RlipiKtri cvcrytmtlj- cimccntcil. 1 Hmt Uiaro nro some i'Orti-1 in t'unlrtiilc who tlgurn itiat Ibej vilkiKC IR rimjmed lo doslrucUon bc-j buili will] figlillni; Davici wi MIC ii-iui ul tin; council. Well, wo nn: linrfl .-ifrr ti water syslciu ;uifl CHRISTIAN MEM'S LEAOUE (UNDENOM1 NATIONAL) Hi" Hall. (jirl.s1 Dcpt. of the Sunday Kiln.dl In ihc Church. .'.dull Dopl. of the S. S. in tho Churcli- Service. service In charge oT Ihe Voung People's Class. J.eadsr, Mrs. King. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Y.M.C.A. Aud'to.'iHlil. Sunday, -lau. at I Hr'tinkcr; jfr ;i. Xo irp Sovlel in '.vclroming tlie "Reds'1 (lepnrU'rl froni tlio fobnli prnnilfe? llinni :iM How nnny a of Out.. Jan. figures for the oro shipincnls sent out tlie past show m tlie woiulor, this welrouie. trj In the IiJ-i r-rop ivi IirC'liclL'il. Let in-. Iniji.llKil (Iji'liull hi' will re- This the (v-.m-ji lo I7S rllvi IIP infnl oiv :ir shsnpcd hy to way ifio IMI Ken 1iif.'iii t" Tho .lab' I'I up i .lh cDol. evoti in July. Any-i r1 ii on and we over tho top wilh'Kiovy. fir council rnjinttnga I ry [Irsl Moniloy ot HID 'i" urc- lo All Dominion eth Street S. r-tn.: liibie Hludy. Sundays. p.m.: Hlble Bludy. 1 IV'dii'Juii.yH, i'.tti.: Iliblc Study, by prayer and ttT.1 PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 13th Street North W. E, MoAlliter, Pastor Sunday MorninK Worship, 11 o'clock. Come if you desire to spend a'prec- ious hour with the Lord. Sunday evening, special evangelistic service, 7.-IS p.m. During the week: Tuesday and Thurs- day evening, S o'clock, cordial invitation to each of these services Is oilnndetl to nil. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curili, Pastor Car. 3rd Ave. and St. 9. I Ai! VVfllcon-.c. No Collection, ily. ion ll.VS I'.MS.'I li.Ofr DOES THIS FIT YOU? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t i-Ilr. .Iu Th'rcJ Ave, and Ninth St. Rev. F. W. Dafoe B.A., f-Mstor j Mr. W. E, Martin, Mus. Dae., Dircclar] of Choir, Kfli-victe at U urn! f-'chool sn-.! Hlbls Clans. 12 for his city, cr dcslro i Tho pastor preach al both srr-j is jj useless characU'r." f'mlny. T'rnsiilcnl ot tin' A Knns Kcrvite ill 7.1.1. City of S'IMV York. (onli.il in all. 1 one NOTICE Ministers arc reminded thnt church notices :-diotiM he hatid- i cd In beforo six o'clock Friilny lo ensure InPRrLlrin. rid this t'Ocrt lo cnil> urday lilblc School at I uni t-v glad you are coming; subject: Uolwcen Two nor- tiers. K. nt 0.45. J-3vening: Mrs of Winnipeg, will give a sterciipllclnn lecture under the auspices of O.W.H.M. CHRIOTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service r.t 11 a.m. Subject: "Trulti." Sunday Schcol, 12.10 a.m. Tcpllmony Meeting, Wed. at S p.m. Heading Room open liaily from J lo a p.m. ;