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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 [j mmrn] 1'wsday Gunn, Dr. McRae and Caewel! Speakers (ITrora Our Own CorrespoBdent) MACLEOD. Jan. greatest Convention ever hell-la >n Tuesday. Jan. STtk.'UJO. when Moverae-at convention met In .he Methodist churcli. The put two preets tad 'been spent In union week meetings, which have produced imonf the coocrecftrtoas a more friendly feeling thin his ever oilsted irevloasly atnone the churches here in The brotherly feelln; for each -others1 work, aad the vert one whole has been brought out, so thM tiio Angli.-an, Presbyterian and Moteodist with their eon- Tegstlons have met as one congrega- tion, the ministers taking part lu the olier .church. This Is the first elfeet of the Forward Movsmeat It noticeablev'In, tha conveation, when every-ono wanted to help. When the convention vras called to orderly the lUv. T. 0. Powell, the church was well filled, and Mr. Powell conducted the intercession, which Tvas truly .inspiring, at the close of vrhlc-h Jiov. Gunn. of India, delivered a stirring appeal ou the "Forelcn As- pects of Appeal." when he took his congregation with him to the land where, he has been telling the story of the to tie people, and when idlssionary has at least people to minister to. He give the veople s glimpse of the thousands ot Oods 'that are being worshipred b- tie people of India. Dr. Gunu, with jreited rcturss In tills life and In the others, vlribed the the world to come. rallies were the great work before tie tlihlentu, spjwaltug to them (or their Interest, sad their lives In this great work, ao this great Albert! will give ijuoto of lives for the Forward Movomont. He also had a talk with the Cadets in tho evening, asking how many had decided In their life's work, and how many would uka The- held at tho close ot tha oveniue ses- sion, whoa numbers attended, to hoar toe oiutaoation of tha term "For- ward '.Movement11. And ccsh church went forth with new lite lo work for and with tho great movement. Just at tho beginning of IBK services, the Chinook suuck tha church with groat farce, and tho snow up tho wort ho doing lor on th8 rorf oegnn to mOTC. so that In other lands ftev. -Mr. lo Mk spoke In afternoon pa tho tntt (hu ,h soa work ot the wrwatjj Movement aod kermora8tM Vhlch ptood at 15 be- the (rut food )l will do for each sad wro at e pm -wai a( -.35. overy cfcurcn. MS above. the warm wave, COB- A crowded house Erected the spenk-1 Unuod, at 7 a.m. Wednesday rooming, ers In the evening, when the Rev. Dr. i tho streets wore running wltb water, A. O. McRac, delivered a powerful and at noon tho fields were bare ot iiljreag on the "Nallonal Aspects of Unoiv, and covered with ivater, whlco the Apoeal." when ho carried tho.wa, taXm lu by the over Ihlrsly crowd wHh him lo the past ages, show-! ground At S p m. the cold wave from ing that thU sreat FonranS Movement J the east came in and a light frost not a new one, but one that had froz3 Up the soft snow and water, so been lying dormant for years, and tho that wo have now very icy reads. had revived It. or the lieo-hiut the chaaise of wind will again pie had awakened to tho fact that ine warm spring weather, and all somsthlct; htd to bo done, and we are wln Uaprr. It haa lilreatty a Tiere tonight 10 help to do. It. Ho difference In the feeding, and while the warm time lasts more feed will bo brought lu.for the balanco o( Ibo win- AN EYE FOR BUSINESS Tho rotuul of tho Dutcli sovern- ment to surrender William llohcn- zollern will doubtless ko biiled with delight by the hotel keepers ot Hol- He, wilt te, a real asset in the tourirt''seaaon. In the light of recent events iu On- tario the post of is no Job for s follow who be'lcvfs In froe speech. culled for every one to tafeo up the work w a pertonal -work, and curry It throuth. Rev. W. B. Ciswell of Tor- onto, delivered a appeal- Inj address, "The World's Challenge to Kvery setting forth the fln- unclal of the forward Movement, in this he made plain the need .ot every person getting Into this great for the betterment of the worW. M tho government, had asked them to postpone their appeal until the Vic- tory Loan campaign over, so now come to the people o! Canada, In which as great, or nany think greater, than the Vielory Loan. It Is a loin for TlctBry over the evil forcea ot world. We want every one to have a share, and all Will receive It is said thai the reason Mrs. Call, (amoiH American suffrase leader, docs not use her husband's elveu uarnc is because it lo ha Tom. And yet rou'll fiuil peovle will ask tho quesliou what's in a name? ter. Kced dealer) arc, busy booking or- ders for future delivery, for spring work, Business men report collections fair, and a. large percenlage of the baiiig for'cashl A :alo o! a fair sized farm wai made this week, to an old settler from Southern Alberta, who had gone south, find It delighted to corce back, and pay a good price for land that he refused a few years ago. A Byron Centre, Mich., farmer win hit in lie eye by a cow switching It's tall. Infection set ia and the eye-ball was removed. Tiie fact that the liritirti navy has just brought out tho' largest c.illbro armour-piercing eiistenco ia proof "that the world is traiiually settling Cowu to.a normal pre-war WHAT-DO YO'U THINK! A group bt Sayre, young ivouveu have sworn -to refrain from being kissed effort lo the spread ot The chances are these young women never were kissed in their Innocent liveE. That's what we think about it. We're prepared to bet- ting were not against our that the 'flu will spread taster than the antl-Wssing league. According to a tabulated report jutt issued by the U.S. Sare-a-Llfo League not one oewipaper editor committed suicide last 'year. Does that mean that the editorials in the Slates last year lacked the deadly thrust? Dotel Dinner, 6 to 8 Fresh Orab Cccktail Chickea Gumbo a la Creole Price, HORt SOUP FISH Cnow Chow Consomme Royale FillK ot Sole, llaitra e Hotel Boiled B. O. Salmon, Blchamel Sauce .tNTREES Sirioin Steak, stripped with bacon Ojnler Pittle a la Rene Oranga Jelly, Oreaui SALAD Head Lettncc, I-Yecch Dretsing ROASTS Prime nibs of Beef, Yorkshire Piiddiny Stuffed fotsf Turkey, Curranf Jelly Steamed or potatoes Sweet P'eae In" Creaa Apulc IHo Steamed Suet Puddlns, Hard '____ Vanilla Ice Cream, Chocol.ile Cake -Canadian Ctceae, Wafera Nuts and Raisins Coffee .v Tea m We think the above Just a- little better than last Sunday's, so, with a guarantee of good weather, we are looking forward to a biff crowd COME EARLY 7 fq the lady of the house, who has talents and aspirations UGHTSand SHADOWS By F. C. S. A8ABUNS PROTEST ZIONIST MOVEMENT "HOME, Jao. .Benedict re- ceivwl a uiemoraixium from Arabian tflbes >ln which ifttnjti'what called "prd-ZloalBt" ?oltcy of Qreat Britain and A.'J. fair's that "Palestine must (ho (The wenio'rauduni denounces re- port (hut BoUhevik Jdirs Jwvq Klvea permlMlon to settle In Palwiiue, ds.clares that tho Arabs wlH'nevor allow tke ZioBlsts to tako possession of ttelr countrj'. WHISKEY .THE DOCTOR'S JOB It was one ot those rare occasions when Sir E. Mnrthp.ll Hall, the lawyer, lost a case, and he wasn't feeling BO very happy over it. "Your profession doesn't make angels out of. men, does said a medical friend, leasingly, retorted Sir Kdnwrd, "that's one tbipg we leavb to you doctors." One cannot bs too..careful. A re port comefi from Jindgeport, Conn., that It. P. Rohland, on 'returning front New- Tork, opened his black leather cluh finding in H'aa eight weeks' old Infant, two.bottles of milk and ,a of talcum povrdcr. Ho believes nn Bichange of bags was uiado in Grund Central Station. WHY 18 IT. That when you have planned a night at the. club..thc wife has ulanncd a iiigut at the theatre? Tho main reason' why a man lias nothing to say after a night out is because his lipjgs aii the saying, Mary Jind a little 'Tivas her coat; .She had a mink or two About her dainty tlngat; A bird of paradise, a tarn And orniino jiiadc That.iperched at jannty-fliiBlo .On: her coiffure, largely Her tiny boots weie sable topped, flier gloves were muakrat too, Her muff had heads and tails of half The creatures in tho ioo. And when she I ween, She feared wind' At keeping warm, 'twas'plainly seen She had all nature "skinned." Tlio wise man is blind, when he looks at a woman's faults. "Lot's Defeat the line. All right, let's. The steady raise in lumlic-r prices makes no rlfffercmco. The prices long oincc passed the rango of possibility. The bitter attack on the churches by a O.U.U. delegate :it tho Winnipeg convention la In keeping with Us wholo policy of social end economic sulcicie. THE WEATHER Say, lue weathcr'a whimsical, You goes out whcn_ It's warm; And 'fovo you gits across" the road You're In a storm. You-can use your-powers to a better advantage some other way than to waste your energies overaivashtub or to have the annoyance of having it done in your own home, LET US TAKE 2 ffAT JOB OFF fOUR HANDS. We have spent-many thousands of dollars just to prepare for this special work. We will return it to you in prime condition and absolutely sanitary Have you tried our Rough Dry? If not it will pay you to do so NOW 'SEND IT TO THE LAUNDRr Phone H will pay Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. G. 5, Farrow, Manager THIRTEEN A MAGIC NUMBER IN PAUL DESCHANEL'S LIFE la obvious that the num- ber thirteen holds luck for Paul Des- chanol, the nuw President of Prance. "1 -was born on tho thirteenth day of the month; married on the thir- teenth, and It was on. tho 'thirteenth that tho Chamber maac mo a dalQ for President of he said today, he added, "my llto lias lieofi a very almplo ouo." .-Mr. Doschane! might liaro added tnat tils nSmo contains thirteen letters. JESSE JAMES HOW TRAVELS IN AUTO ALBANV. The modern cattle thi-f dots not wear chapi and ride a bucking broncho, but goggles ?nd drives a motor truck. In Cataragus county State troopers were Informed by a live stock ralacr thai a valuable tcrcd cow hat! bse'n stolen from his fr.rm. Investigation proved that the cow had been dsrrfcked on an auto truck and driven away, The State troopers were the trail within nn hour afttr IHt cow had been lltierf. They followed the imprint of the and, after ,1 c'nase tatting two hours, bagged the cow and her a CIilraRo ivomaii found her husband tavin.? -his money to luy liJK former wife nn Entombed In Ohio Church .Corner- Since utter the cellar has gone dry and the last drop o( whiskey consumed there will re- main a botlle of liijupr; I hat, accord- ing to traditions, is entombed In tho corner stone of the Unlvereallst Church'at Monteomoryi Oilo. other tkaa William Swalu, aged former of Montgomery, is authorrty'fvr tradllton titt a Quart of liquor U concealed In ihe fouudalion ot the cbiirch, which built iu 1817. liquor was u le- jpectable says drank St Just other folks did. Jt cuitomary to place Uqfuor In a for tho same reason that each other's health M liquor." Swain recalled that lu tie "good old sold tor three centf a drlu'it. ERZBERQER BETTER UEKU.N'.-Jau. Errfier- cr. miulster of finaucp, who was shot last Monday, received a number of today. He bud no fever and his heart action showed hardly- aar abnormal symptoms. Trial of the likel brought by Herr Enberger against former Vice-tSiaucollor has keen adjourned until Tuetday, whea further will be asked. It h believed Erriwrger, will be afcla to attend court ia a week from Monday. THIEF NEGItTEKCO MAIL the of LlMit mtiuth, was robbed than In Mr. Granger an ItHtr (tatlng that JMrun who had takMi nmwy xat twry for hk te turn It all. In' mall the monoy 'ecnUlrinfl ftlM.and other tout amount A CUSTOMS hEVENUfcS INCREASE OTTAWA, JM. {KTWM at. In cwtoms recasts for ton months of the fiscal JMW emdief today Is shown by tke, monthly .tate- meat Istiud froaa the ewtoiu depart- went. For the tea-month period lut year the receipt, totalled while thU year tiny aaoiuted to the ot Janoary alone the WM receipts totalllnc u U January, NDKeoime tearing gifts." "Marc Antony, Gaesar, Dante, Abelard, Henry of Na- varre, Francois Villon, Louis XVI. and Napoleon, all laid gifts upon; the altar of some wqmanYesteem. Have always teen a Gift for Queens." In ancient times men bore 'Weet spices and fruits" to their ladies .But they never bore unstrung comparable, to Neilson's CKoco- .lates of to-day.1 We .tell you tKese things to' :stir imagination to an of the of Chocolates that we have made it possible for you to carry to the lady" of your choice. "The Chocolates that are Different" it, alic for A Complete Line of NeiUon's Chocolates The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Prices 50c. to ;