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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Heralds Page of Live Local SUtbbrtoge THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1920 LbTliBHUXft. ALBt'RTA, Ail The Local e You Expect It Premier Slewart on Forward 'Co-oper- alion of Labor and Capital crime If the tinner or criminal could only "pay the price." Czpt, Caswell Rav. (Capl.) W. U. Cmwell, at ronto, dellrcred a forceful address In support ol the church end the For- ward Movement which character- ized ai "the Church-of to adapt and ejprass In tills new, ot IB clMriais this week and for the week year an Increase this year ure. as eoruo had asserted, and leased such statement as Two brief but stirring and splendid r.ddrosses were delivered at the after- noon sesilon of Iho Forward Move- mont District Convention, but unfor- tunately to a mere handful of an audience, at Wesley church, by Arch- ileacOn Hayes of Calgary, iincV Dr. A. O. McHae, Principal of Western Can- mlr.. Collc-iei Calgary- Son-led was the. keynote In the ad- dress of Archdeacon Hayes on "The World's Challenge' to Christianity." He referred to the next (nat war, to which ho claimed the Great War that has been over would, be lufiaUetimal In c6mparlson, as one between the white and yellow races, and arged the Importance of Christianity as an evangelising power to -bo a counter- blast to the Impending catastrophe. Christianity implied service, and today there- waa .an Ignorance ot the. true concepts" of the creed we profesa. It was, the aim of the Forward Move- ment to'countcract this ignorance and to make Christianity the live power It! should bo and was Intended meant a bright and world, and the challenge waa to accom- pllih thU by the taxlBC of every en wgy. Right from tie Pope, (Shea ne without foundation. He spoke cf Christualty. Is a sympathottc earnestness sole basis of fcetlw todely. roiigious zest, and spiritual optiiri. Uoyd George, who to Chris-1 lsm lait has. and Is taking powe--- tiaalty aa the of rill modern 0[ U6.. ola Tho Forward Movenien' sild, "'was tho greatest thing th n.u tuc i.-------------- r u h tn% i i j -.vould grow up as the polished pillars I ideals of Christ We are waltlu- for j'Tho flangerous man is the man of Ira which performed In aid ot lamntrt nVul hliabaiid Itcd Cross, etc.' Georee Ke ot the lemplp. Christianity alone (he Christian's view of God, tho only view lhat Is for the good othumanitV. Here the speaker'Veferred to tho lack of Ideals in tlie education of the yoong In tho present day'; as the education in our public schools was carried ou with its 'secular, atniosphere. only, in its attention to secular subjects with- out taking In religious'education. The youth of the country were-notmade to look to a goal which a con- centration of service: Ho agreed with Jutt One Trial Convinces YOU Sloan's William Jennings Bryan that.religion should be brought batik Into tho public schools. What bo; done In tho home demanded that U should bo HY endure pain whc-nyou know dono In our schools. ,'A considerable ,Sloan's Mniment will relieve it nortlon of our populallon.was unmoral. He used the word "unmoral" instead of as the latter implied a intelligence--thD- lather and husband J who- cannot secure'. Ihe iifaces'sities of llto for his v.'ifi and children'. Liniment Helps'Drive. Away Rheumatic '.W lircnrplljr? Ity couVtnV. remain the World's Liniment for 3S years i.f it iresn't highly henetlclal in relieving; conception of morality while the for- ihcinnatic stilt joints, spro I mer denotes an Ignorance of 'it. muscles, luinlngo, ncunilBla, slraiiis, Dr. MacIUo referred to the exht- hoped to interest, the people Co cier- else those influences which Kbuiti dangerous propaganda which i s be! n B sp'-ea d b road ca s t fthrou gh out- the land and seek to enlist the ser- vices ,or all In a conmon 'cause. with only 'nne aim ihe greatest good to the greatest number. 'mun on tho street Is your brother, .and you minister it. Sinking Fund The-mayor also iiad an interview with the utilities'hoard Hi the mat- ter of the shortage in the sinking fund md was told 'that nothing was lo be main In1 Lethbridgc the winter is.ovefj lied Cross, George Kemm, ihd his son-in-law, Usnt: -Frame, won" tho Military Cross ln Placing a note of Uie city Kemm and son Harold will "s was uono ln Edmonton. The J 'city could uso tho same privileges employed .by -'.Medicine -Hat, in the way of the're-bpnding scheme, but he does not think much of this plan. The CATTLE STEALING CHARGE city at Ihe'present time has AGAINST' LOMOND MAN debenture funds unprovided for, and his worship suggested tbe Issuing of ;Bdmpna .G. Haley, of Lomond, for theso ond putting'tho same should put your hand on bis'shfiiilder by the local J. p. Jo and costs bruiscs. oxposuro to 'weathef results. enco ot philanthropic societies whose Pciieti-a'es without riibbinj, leaving objeels wero most praiseworthy. He no Etiined sltin, clogged pores, mussl'j regretted that tho Church was not bis nc.-s. A pain antl acho linimRnt that r.tancls alone in do'ng what It is meant and broad enough to hold these. Phil- anthropy alone was hot enough; what to ilo. Get a lioltlo today and keep was needed were t'ne groat-Ideals of handy. All druggists. Three I Christianity to in hnnd -with It. There was the great need of Oort vorfclng In man, and that was where the heed was felt for tho Forward Movement. The time will'come when 70C-, jl.'lO. (Made in Canada.) ans .ent Sody in a brotherly The great Bin of this ago is that ol The speaker said.he detected )i moral reasonable attitude among the labor: ing earnest deslro to get at the bed rock of lacls. Labor was certainly justllied in organizing fpr their own prolecdon, and with tiip help ot the church and a proper un- derstanding with the workingmen, they could go to the capllalists and say, "You shall not demand more tlian a fair return for your investment." But wo need the human touch; Iho government cannot do this, but tho people of the church In the great For- ward Movement can. We have enough laws and perhaps too many laws What we nerrt is legislation in a social way; legislation lor the sick and af: flicted, Iho poor and the needy. The Tor? contravention 'of the Stray Ani- mals: Act He has 'to appear at the nqit sittings of tho Supreme Court on tho alleged charge ;of cattle-stealing. men and women will ha stepping In tlie right direction but the fulfilment of this depended on the work of Chris- foundation ol all our laws Is found ill into the sinking fund. The board con- sidered that they had nothing to do with this, as debenture funds were incurred before the utilities board came into existence. Paia subsides achiiig ceases When Thirir.ozene np- Thb wtxi.l-rut mwliefttcil gsvitralej inttinl hrat---fuirt ,purii pain 1 ncrvct Ujjucil th: of poultice or ARMISTICE! Conslipation, Headache, Colds, Biliousness, Sur- tsnder to "Csscareb" Hring'ljack pence! Enjoy lift is flHotl with liver nnd bowel 1 t'isoii which your skin sallow, >-our stomach your Iieacl dull anil ncniiig. Your meals arc turning Into puison, gaaen and acids. You cnu nnl fool right. Dnti'l .stay bilious or splendid always by taking Casca-rcls ocfaslonally, They (K-t witliout griping inconvenlcnco They novor sicken you llko Calomel, Salts, Oil or nasty, harsh Pills. They cost so. I'lllo wori while you tlanlty on earlh. The Small Attendance In referring to .the small Kathorlns prcaont, Rov. C. C'rags considered I Ibat some one Iiad foilea at the switch in not giving tho convention the de- sired publicity. He felt from the at- lendanco at a convention of tills Kind. that he should emphasize this remark. Tho meeting was presided -over by llcv. (Capt.) TVV- H.1 of Knhlefonl, who tho intercession with which the convention opened. EVENING MEETING Tho aronfng session district convention of thri Folfirai'd. Movement of tho Christian chnrches convened in tho .Wesley 'church .it 8 o'clock, Urlgailler.-Ueneral 3. 8. Slewart acting. Key. D. If. tlie 2nd Chap- ter of Philllplans nnd offered Ihe In- vocalion. Tho first speaker was the Her. D. A. Ounn, Baptist missionary from In- dia. He called particular attention to tho great magnitude ot ilio mis. sionary work in India mid illustrat- It by saying lhat In a district no larger than tho. Rctl Dco.ry' electoral district tticro would bo more than half a million people nnd between tlireo hundred and flto hundred vi! bsos. Tbo Hindu acknowledges no less than three blind red and twenty five million Gods, so that It taken from sir months. to twenty or thtrlj years for. a missionary to make a converts In ono of the villages, anr 1_-_tt Ilio call Is (or "moneiV munltlotis and luiir Ivvoreywherc the harvest Is Holy Bible, and so we must look to the church to take the lead lii this great work. It is absolutely impos- siblo without tho-support ot- the church to accomplish anything of. last-, ing benefit to humanity. It is our lounden fluty lo support Ihe church because ot what It stands for. Strong M ,ARLOW'S EAT ARKET -It yon desire service, quality and satisfaction In meals open voitr account with us for 1920. -Delivery to any part ol tha :ity. All phone orders given personal attention.' 1 HO 6th Avenue South Phone 796 AUCTION 3 ALE TOMORROW, Friday AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK WILL SELL BY AUCTION A QUANTITY OF f URN ITU RE Including: Handsome dining suite in fumed oak, comprising buf- extension table and set dining chairs; bcrt davenporl; den table; child's cot; while enamel bed with springs and tress, continuous post style; oak cano' rocker; swivel ottice chair; floor coverings; grass chair; Minnesota drop 'head sewing machine; handsome brass bed, complete with springs nnd mattress; dr'op'lcat table; bentwood chairs; McClary'a "Sue- cess" vapor latovo wl'h ovon; Stewart 4-hole with water front; coal healer; oil heater; collapsible go-cart; sldo table with drawer; set bookshelves; feather cushions; 6 pairs muslin cur- tains; 10 window shades; kitchen chairs; quantity books, includ- ing Marie Corelll's works; wash tub; new Perfect sealers; office stove; enamelled palls; cot and mattress; food chopper and many smaller items. TERMS CASH AT CLOSE OF 8ALE PHONES "WAOBINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Fancy Cape Cod Cranber- _ rieB, iier tin......----- TtUC Veal Loaf, ift por Cooked Ham, per ib. Fray Bcnfos Corn Beef, sliced, per Ib. Pineapple, Email size, 2 lias tor c 65c 70c Del Monle, O I C bottles, each Olives, Libtiy's Royal jar. each........... Unking Powder, Forest City, per tin........ 65c 25.c SPECIAL FRIDAY AND AND CARRY Clover Leaf Salmon, tafl cans, 3 tins. Ilolled Oats, S Ib. sacks, each Macaroni, large pkg., 2 for................. Cauliflower, per head Bananas, per Ib. Head Lettuce, per head Celery, per Ib...........t....... 60c 35c 40c 15c 20c 22c, Turkish Figs, per Ib............... 15c Maple Icing, per Coffee, George Washington In- stant, large size, "I 1 A each................ LIU Dates, Dromedary, per prig...............bJC Salad Dressing Powder, i Gold Standard, per pkg. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 grcalcr Uinu the Ho exempli fieri Ijio true- meaning of the word "comrade" and ituolfid llisliop Gray's definition ot "comrade." Tho speaker dwelt at somo knglh upon tha awful condition of tho Trorncp in India ausl especially Iho young wlflows whose agns range from eight lo twelvo years. Tho Hindu's conception of sin. way, 110 matter what a man did if ho was nnl caught, It wns not sin. Thero were deities ot all ktmln for all'claasca of tic who granted liclp nud abiolullou In SELECT YOUR NEW NINETEEN TWENTY CAR From the Special New York Numoer ot "MOTOR" Become cipcrt tri 1U mechan- ism by studying the Eleventh Edition, and very latest Dyke's Encyclopaedia It It Is (o be a Henry Ford or a Ford Farm Ti'actorT hare Ihe books to tell you nil ahotu how to run It, an' everything. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE S14 4th Avc, Phone 613 DO NOT FORGET THE DATE THURSDAY, FEB. TIME, 6.45 P.M. Banquet and Social Evening Y. M. C. A. AUDITORIUM CATERERS, WOMAN'S AUXILIARY, Y, M, C. A. FIRST CLASSi BANQUET FIRST CLAS9 PROGRAM I .Tickets can ba obtained from Ihe following members of tho t committee; Dri J. C. S. Farrow. Oco. kawford, B. L. Copelnnd, P. N. Kendall, nt J. n. Hlglnbothom's Drug Store, N. U. Good's grocery; M. B. Manby, Y.M.C.A., and H. II. Bruco (.North Federal Emergency Appropriation for Ex-members of the Forces This Fund Is being administered by tho Canadian Patriotic Fund. The territon' covered by the Lethbrlugo'Dranch has the following bound, arles. and Little Bow River. i Boundary. Island nnd Foremost. and Blood Reserve. Claims upon this fund are solely based upon UNAVAILABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT during the months ot December, 1919, January, February and March, 1020. Before applications are ellzlljla for consideration Applicants mutt Meure Certificate from the r.ulhorijeJ representative of the Depirt- of Civil This notice is Inserted by lite Branch ot the Canadian Patriotic Funii who will appreciate Iho bringing to their notice, by any. ono knowing tho circumstances, cases apparently eligible tor financial aid. Wrllo or telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND (Lethbridgc Branch) Doom 209 Sherlock Phone 701 New Cream Price j; On nnd after January 26lh, we will pay: 67o per Ib. Duttcrfat for No. 1 Sweet Cream. 64e per [b. 6lc per Ib. Bulterif.t for No, 1 Sour Cream, Butterfat for No. 2 Sour Cream. When you ship cream you aro assured of an immediate return. Crystal Dairy Limited ;