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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUfl THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920 letbbvibyc Detalb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publltheri 1 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD fRIriTINQ COMPANY LIMITED 123 6th'Strict South, Lethbrldgi W. A. BUCHANAN' President and Macagins Director John Torrance Business Manager Member Audit Bureau of Circumtious- Subscrlptitm Hates: Daily, delivered, per Dally, delivered, per year 3-51) Deliy, by mall, per year 5.0) Weekly, by mail, per year 1 year lo U.S. 2.00 The Discipline of Ideals Shaking in Toronto'on Miylf of what is -'the Kra movement, the Ui-v. W. Melville Jawn that vnuc.rw believed in ilUviuline up to a n-riain jwim lie woiil.l have a iWiyliw of ,5 rather than of foroo. He would teach men lo ilo the right tiling use ihey ih-jire to Oo it and not ihey have to no u. Iu tins it might well be said that the muster laid down the law and1 the pro- phets. iH'Ileit to do the right thins; Wcaiiip we have in soi'letv or in the world. We do j keep .with joeial ami auieuiliej Uow often are to" do it to keep our it in ve i v and not because 'we M that it is our duty so to do, HI that such things are right IB we appreciate the: "To do things as ;t tiislter of form which from the ordinary stand- win! toiifidercd the only proper thing to do will iseM-r gel us any- ft both sii'.l old ti ceived it? Jugular honors. Ssore 7 to 9Jcr Mof -jit (he S tara. On Wed- Winulf Md team Winnifred "has Tsome robust riuchefs in this teat can beat tbe tails anil hard to beat. Town properly 1s on tho move, many chaigea ire being inada sud somo being sold for a very good price. Other deals are being made and the prospects ere for a new building for 1929. One of tho greatest needs is a rooming house. junlofs played Whlt'.a baseball boys on "Juno -5th. and our boys again received highest score for Winuifred. Saturday, :July 3rd, Whllla girls will play Wlnrilfred Size of One-Four Fat Cattle Caused 'Difficulty Eventual- ly Overcoirto that will follow the failure to Jr. to. THE RETIREMENT OF SIR ROBERT BOP.DEN In coming to a final decision .to let go ol the reins ot government Sir Robert Borden lias met. anil crossed his Rubicon. After what appears to have been much hesitation on his part, in yielding a Jligitt.in Lethhridge Aeroplane J OWB Correspondest) COWLEY, July i in the shade" was what the thermometer registered here today and no sign of rain.either. A swarm of miniature grasshoppers arrived in town last night, followed later by moths. How- ever holj sec'ra lo be doing much damage- as ye I. The marriage took place Wednes- day afternoon at 2 o'clock ot''Mrss Freeman and Mr. Bert Sincler of Blairmore. The ceremony -per- formed in the Episcopal church; Key. A- W. MacMichael officiating. Miss WASHINGTON, July pub lie debt ot the United Stales decrcas ed' by moro than a billion dollars during the fiscal year of 1919 Just end ed and by more thau two billion rtol Urs since last August 31, when the war debt was at its peak, according ti the quarterly debt statement Issuei last night by tho United ury. Hodgson, of'be Cswavllle, died rom lockjaw as tho result ot being hrown. from'a roller and dragged by he horses. Japan bas agreed to recognize tho Par Eastern' Republic on condition that It is Independent of Soviet Gov- ernment. Rev. A. Earl Waghorne has resign ed as pastor of tlie Ilothwell Presby lerian Church, and has accepted call to North Dakota. S D. Mclnnes and two assistants o Meatord while trolling caught thirteen fish totalling 219% pounds within an hour. i Exchange Your Piano MANV pianos have goie "dead" in the home be- causo who played them have left Bxchanga tor MASON RISCH PLAYER PIANO and hare all the music yon want. Style Booklet Free. Easy terms arranged. Call or writs today, i MJiSOK RISCH, Balmoril Block "The of the Vlclrola" out on a bajico or bench. When ono of these money-lenders was unable i Freeman Is a sister of Mrs. Henvy to conlinuo business of 'his town and Mr. Arthur him- Freeman ot nrocketl. self was spoken of as a bsncorotto, On Tuesday about noon, Cowle'y was that is a bankrupt- visited by, Messrs. -Palmer and Fltz- slminons InjtheTr-'acrlai'limousin Contract Signe'difor .July i AVinnifred'lIas Real Boom..... 'of'the representative he gave dignity to ll..aPPfa.' Dominion and 'gave' it aV exalted I wits Into play, place. This, much-will-bo remember- asli'es of' the Coalition, the have Bet all ed. In the years to come wheu history refers to the inost historical in'lho life of the. young Do'minioii. In this respect the Prime Minister of Canada, who lias lust given his vale- The ingredients for a National Party have, yet to be found, anil ihe strong ina.n whom at .the pres- ent time has. yet.to be sought and named. It cannot bo a compromise; Party hilt a.Party that is fearless anil dictory, attained his supre'rac'itscfnl. .progressive, with the true Interests of ness. Lukewarm politiral friend and, no1 of llie at hoart.- The experience or Lnion Government in Its later stages Is none political foo hasten to place this tribute At his feet. The Prime Minister has officially passed away with the respect and. it may oven be said, witlrlho affection too inspiring. Mercury like everything else high of the people ot Canada.' Tho rest he: ttiese days. is seeking Is one lo which he is fully' entitled. Sir Robert Dorden may not i The Wheat Boanl Is finding-friends bare risen to those helglilB in nfflco j where 11.formerly lacked them. which fionte of his predecessors Tiave (Prora Our Own Corre'spoiiderit) June All Ameri-. .-an baaeh.ill -girls play Winnifred Starn Friday, July 9th. Garpe called it fl.30 ji.m. 'Tliess pirls Ire till Am- erican refined, .educated KJrjs. Win-, Stars .ivill have to tally and tho ball with these -A.nierican sidc-artn sizzlers. .1. Thorburn cf Hie Union nank eft o" July 1st on a two weeks' vaca- passengers .The first was.'tbe' oldest in the set- tlenVent.and asked how he liki-d it the .smiled and said, Robinson, Tustian arid "Fred Snydcr also made the trip. ,''v "Henry" drew .the .liickjf number In but feet and go up. "Henry" Is awfully sorry. -T" Cowley aiirlfji'lclnlty were sorry tn" hear nf ih'o befell JIIss Paris Elton', In the Lundbreck sports: 'Hiss was one ol the contestants Iri.the race arid was riding a 'strange niount, which staying plung- ed'over a throw- ing Miss Elton -iff-. She was uncon- scious for dartj but tho latest re port is-that she. l.s now progressing as favorably as cambe expecteil. ,Mr. anil Mrs; Aled Slclvor-ot Cal gary were towmthls week of Mr, and Mrs. Several of the Cowley (oiks are tak tinn expecting to visit his-home and j ing-In-the aalgaryjexhlbltion. many other points. 1 .Mrs. John Kernrojs, accompanied by The Norwegian Ladies' Aid will j her mother. Mrs. Elton, arrived horn liavc au Ice cream social Mpnday.-i this morning. July tlie home of 3lr. snd >lrs.' IJouctiard. Everyiiody welcome, to atteiirl. Mr, Hugo Barkstreem of Adams, Nnrili Dukotrt. fs visiting at the home of Ills brother. P. L. for aifew wenks. Mrs, .fas. nntl. Mrs. ,Fred i'hillips of Moose Jaw 'vero in liritlge Ilils week to attend" the nuptial ceremonies of their fiialer Mish Ethel lliijck'.. On .lune ?oth.' Wintufred- Stars THE SYSTEM; Country lionrder! suppose wel be gcttinc some of these nice fresh eggs for breakfast. Fanner: Yep; these very cggfi, bu not till ye come down here next year Ve see, I've got to sell them to th local commission man, and be .sell them to the jobber in the city, who i fti.rn sells them back-here to the fel low .who runs the country an attained, but ho has earned a na-, tion's regard and a nation's gratitude in the way he guided ti nation's des- tiny nt the most stormy period which up to that time It had to encounter. To him the well-doing of a good and faithful servant can freely bo accord- ed. In tho supremo cjlRcnclca of the moment the man and the hour fitting- ly came together. The calling of a Union Government at the lime was a policy of wjstlom and sagacity. Short- comings there havo been In llie-Hor- Tlen administration, but in what Union Government, ns primarily COTI- Rtilntod, has the less bus been clouded In Ihc greater. This should serve as a remembrance in th3 political career of tht; late J'rlim1 Minister. As to llie by Sir Robert Horden lo nnnouncn liii: retirement, and looking ;it HIP timo when Union (iovernment hail fulfilled Its usefulness, it would have been btl- tcr then than now In fo fur ;ia il personally concerns him. In the creation of Ihe Hoard ot Commerce the Government appear to hava raised a Frankenstein.. In Ihe pvcscnt position of the Union Government the mantle ot Sir ilobcrt knorkcd out ball team and re- I buy them from fiortleri appears tc? have fallen horns of a dilemma. the Gooseberries are on tbe market. H preludes the coming nf the "goose- berry season" with Parliament pro- rogued. If tbe rainmaker arromiiliKli all lie jirofeshOF lo do ho -fill ltd of a sl.'JtUf in Honllicni Kir whiit liicir Him! In a preat ilcul voted his KIH-- bh: foj In i, Shoes for Summer There is no shoe lhat gives greafer comfort in summer than white canvas shoes. Tbfy .'irfl morl them nvjc-h cooler. 1( you have- ttnrii rln-in !ip; timci iKd. Wo have them In Huck or Cr.nvaa. Prices S4.50 to Widths A to E, all Heds., j BE W. J. Nelson Co. SHOES FOR SHERLOCK BUILDING THE QUESTION IS NOT ONLY WHETHER YOU (NEED THE CHURCH; BUT _ u DOESTriE-CHURCH NEED YOU? you cannot get. away from, the fact Leth- lirMge would be a pretty sorry, city in which lo live if it had no fjNeither liave you any right to hedge and fay "I am only one makes no difference whether I go or flYou who are spending your Sunday automobiling- or propped up in your easy chair reading or sleep- ing have little grounds for criticizing. (jThe clergyman around the corner, who, no mat- ter what faults you'may think he has, is, never- theless, doing his part to keep intact'an organiza- tion that has two thousand years ot civilizing work behind It, and big work ahead. read of wrongs of various boll with dp you do anything nbout it! filf anyone said "The Cliiircb ought to help right these you'd probably say I'What has thc Church got to dp with'it? It keep out ..of politics." fiAnd if you dld'say you. if you saidj that It would be either because you haven't been going lo Church, or because it you have gone and held that view, your worship probably went no 'higher than tho roof of the church, would be-fully justified in saying, "I wish my church did take an Interest In these things. get these, facts straight: Christianity wav Intended not only to bring people. In closer touch with their Creator, but to alEO help In tho uplift -of the human race. service is the underlying principle of tie Church. 13lli Street North CHRISTIAN SCIENCE OOCiETY Hull Block, 7lh Street Sr.ndfiy Service at 11 i Knbjed.: "God." 1 Sunday stliool. 1210 a.m. j Testimony Mealing. Weil, a! S p.m. Merlins Room open dall) from 3 O I i, p.m. Sunday Meetings Worship and Breaking of Bread, 11 Bunday School, 3 p.m. KvonKCllstic Service, 7 p.m.v Otxl's-'Way to Salvation Protilalmcd. A Hearty Welcome To All, SALVATION ARMY 11 a.m.: Holiness Mfeilng, 'i p.m.: Sunday School J p.m.: 1'rnfse MocllnR, 7.-0 p.m.: Salvatjon Mffcling. Hitrdy nnd lit. clilceca in charge. ;