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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERAlO SATURDAY, JULY Ube lethbribge Deralb letbbribfle, jaiberla HEALING BY FAITH DAILY AND, WEEKLY Publishers THE LETHPRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 6th Street South, LeiKbrldga W. A- BOCHANAX President and Managing Director John Torrance Business .vlrnt is kuov.n the minister Hemtier Audit Bureau o[ Circulations. Subscription Hates: Daily, delivered, per week .25 Daily, by year......-... S.OO Daily, by mall, for 6 raontb; 4.25 Daily, by mail; ,3 months S.fO per year 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to Q.S. IT S. ALBERTA'S PROBLEM How; to'overcome tho consequences of drouth-Is not Southern Alberta's 'problem alone. Western aud South- of Saskatchewan j axe in the .throes' of the samo'difn-i culty. How..to' meet and solve the! problem-has occasioned a'big better; faming conference now in session at' Swift The.conference cow In progresses si been the outcome ot crop failures for three successive years, which, as the Keglna Leader piits'it, "has meant an enormous loss to the people in the dis- tricts, that have suffered, not merely to the farmers themselves, hut to all business and professional men. It has resulted' in financial embarrassment for many municipalities and school districts; has forced the necessity of extensive relief measures by the Gov- ernment; has resulted In loss of popu- has undermined tho health of people through lack of proper nourish- has occasioned the death ot countless numbers of livestock; and caused heavy indivi: dual, .'provincial, and natural .loss. drawn by the.Regina paper Sis a doleful one, and not an exaggerated one as we with drouth experiences, here can well imagine, and that energetic action is taken to combat tho conditions Is not in the circumstances In the least surprising. The problem In the drouth affected parts of Saskatchewan has become BO serious that it has come to he real- ised that different methods of farming are necessary there. To bring this of Agriculture of that province Is taking energetic fitepn_it can be expected that such action be received. The >'parlous situation ill western and southwestern Saskatchewan coupled with the area in Southern Alberta which is suffering from the recent soil drifting, caused by the high what'is considered an area small as compared to the whole in each province an area which Is magnified in the far-reaching effects of drouth. -With each province alive to Us.responsibilities In each parti- cular portion, thero will he Inaugurat- ed a policy which will undoubtedly be ono of the greatest good to tho great est number. j .'.h.iii is bi'iflg' made of iho faith cur? .-doctrines of the Aujilivuu linuiisu-r in KasUTii Canada. His powers-'dii this direction may truly IK; jsaicl to have levii much essggernteti when'it comes to the attributing to I him the power'to heal orgc.nie diseases by the process ot wl--' j us tho "laying on of hands.'' Xo believe .that iu question is possessed of thc.-c Thero if, however, another phase' of tlic imnistnUiotiS of tlie-Augii- ean which sdiuits of forinus thbughi. This is that in epitt- of wliat is to him he brings home the efficacy of prayer. It is not to be presumed that he is in the material seiiso a "divine but in another sense he does a great deal iircaujiiig'thal spiritual healing vrhioti, though distinct to physical healing, helps largely towards it in the particular frame of mind it creates. There nre many who are torn and troubled, ami- who. though they may not luiiw it, are iu need of spiritual heating; iind this very spiritual 1'valing tends in many to boilily healing in the relation of mind to natter. They know not where to turn'to, and fail to grasp all the that lie in that belief in prayer which our Christian crwil cache: us. Jn this the way of unr own salvation lies within us. Jt is this raut of faith in'lhemselves that drives ninny to those who in spite of hernsclves arc labelled divine healers. These individuals if they do lothiiig else bring home the efficacy, of prayer to a tortured roind provs on imd induces a tortured body. A. belief in prayer means a faith in our -Christianity. In the men.- ure our faith is our? Christianity increases This-sustaining jclief brings about a mental serenity which reflects on the boily. Tlio mman mind has no need to dwell on miracles'or .on miraculous healers. Men and women have it in them to ha their own healers in tho belief hey have iu the efficacy of prayer and iu the comfort and consolation vhich this belief brings. Not that this belief.will of iiccossitv cure )rgan.ic diseases but it will at least bring thnt frame of mind which iu he sense of spiritual healing means much. Imo. unaware. But as a guide the oilowlng observations will, we le of much usefulness. They, arei hose of Mr. Bascont Joliuscn, Direct or of Law. Enforcement, American; iocial Hygiene Association. Mr. Johnson raises what may ha considered to be a now point' when urges that the male delinquent hould.be treated' "aa ".the emale delinquent. Writing in the National Municipal Review, published u New he says, refeiriug.td he. prostitute., herself, her man ens- orner, and the parasites who act- aS procurers, etc., that from all" three >oints of view, the most serious men- ace to the pubic welfare irj sexual conj duct is promiscuity. From the pub ic health point of view, promiscuity may .fairly :.be said to cause the vast majority of all venereal disease; That female is the most dangerous of sex delinquent women who is most promiscuous, because she Is'.'most ikely to be diseased and to transmit disease, and this regardless pt whether, she demands money or Its equivalent or not. Similarly, the male who most., frequently consorts with promiscuous females is the most dan- delinquent males. In type of male is probably a greater mejiaca health than jtho promiscuous female, because he the lions of innoce'ht wives and children, in addition In infecting the other wtiOLj -iio cuiisufta. It becomes obvious, therefore, hot, such medical tlie.erpense ot the municipality 01 iu-'the cdpioits treatment of the sub- ect In hand Mr. Johnson lays It down at the underlying all fforls to fight social diseases is that nuOiOnQ must lead; co-ordinate, and Kanka. .the. rcommunlty. Without ils leadership team-work is hle-'and results will not appear. The nest province to ho.Sn the elec- on limelight is N'ova Scotia. There -o, see. the- farmers and the iLabor to fray. 'hese'-Jare- element's" and utur.c ihjt THE COMMHTEE ON SOCIAt. DISEASES The public attitude'In what further progress Is to be made, thai the definition of prostttutitno would of prostitution woulc have'tb he enlarged to include all males whose payments make prostitution possible, and all males and females indiscriminate, even thougj the element of hire, which usually ex some form, could not b proven. The writer in the National JIunici pat Review urges a necessary co-oper ation between the police, the courts and health departments in haudlin. diseased sex offenders. It gires th following elaboration of standard law somo of the provisions of which hav jeen adopted in eleven of the Unite States that have remodelled tliclr pro stitution laws. The name ami place of detention o any person charged with a vlolatio of laws against prostitution shall 1m mediately be reported in writing i the district or city board of health b the department making the arrest. No person so charged shall be di charged from custody on ball or othe wise untl! 15 hours attcr the receip by such district or city health boar of the name and place of detention such person so charged. It shall thereupon he the duty such district or city health hoard determine after a hearing, whelhe there are reasonable grounds for b lleving that such person I? Infccte with a venereal disease, or has bee .exposed thereto. If such district or city health boai shall determine (hat such roasonab trounds exist, it shall he the duty such hoard to cause such person to be examined Immediately for such Board ;qifTrade and Women's Institute Co-operate To Solve Problem (FrouYOur'Own Correspondent) Board of Trade and Women's Institute are unit- ing on the'question ol housing the that will come-' froin other towns to-the local educational institu- tions. The matter was discussed a joint meeting of these two bodies held Thuridav night Iu the town hall, m the and It. was decided a' surveyrotithe'.clt- ___ ot ascertaining thex nimber of students each can large schools operating here at full capacity. HSy- mond will be taied to her utmost In housing tie students from the 'out side. Bnt'the Job will be done sutauces jere meeting that this rprobUm would torily met. The Doraihioa government survey parlies that 'have been wqrUnr hece classifying' tHe Iinds as. to .Ihjlgf bil It to" trrjnit ioo completed' neit to' thb Foremost- at ent- inVchaf se of the local C.P.R. sta tuent man has not yet .Poit lupeclor Oeo. tori, -oil torcnVi In Otfiawa view to'estibllshltii a letter terrice. D. M. Clark, head of .the .Comrner- US Department :t High has resigned to take a position In Peterboro. A young uiau giving his name s.5 Mward Hamilton, of Port Hope, stotn far-Ilned.cMt, suit of clothes and watch valued at from the homa Mr. Carter, near II. B, Kenay. Campbell- ord Methodist Crurch, has sel ly the Bay of Qulnte Confer ace to attend the Ecumenical Con- In Locion. tielaud, In 1321 7 i j Thirty has been ranted, by the Dominion.Government o tie Royal Military College avKings- OB for equipment icr tno educational u tiding. A stranger came .to Point Anne on [.motorcycle and stayed .at Mcklnn's joardlng housa and disappeared iwith Germany, it Is understood, is (o e given six months" to disarm. Cori- dering'-that she took; forty yean reparation to arm, this will he re- her as .the "most unklndest ut all _ I-eonia the business envoV -Leaine, RES won a- hot of hy earning to speak English In a month. he loser' must now consider that it as a piece of "crass" folly on his part o .have made the.rwag6r. have [ha upseftittsipolitlcal anticipa rEal' rabre1 mutton- and' -raise ;''more heep in so. many, words, the dvice of Er. Tolmie, Federal .Sllnl Agriculture, while' in'jCamon on. The'advice is-well needed when 10 drew attention to the" appalling act thtt here we only raise :when- in Australia.-jhere a'iri aised SO.OOO.OOD, in the" uiite'd State: U.OIJO.OOO, and iu Great Britain 27, In the circumstances "Le us return to bur is not a'hai agrlcultural'slOgan. 'i Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS" 1. Who was the first woman- obtained the degree of M.D.? 2. How does the magnet derive It name? 3. Who originated .the saying "1 is magnificent but it Is not i. Who was the Maid of Alheua i Byron's well-known poem? 5. What Is psychogfaphy? C. What battles are known'-as So dlers' Battles? FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is an anachronism? 2. What Is the feature of a Arganrt Lamp? 3.i What Is a Knight Bachelor? 1. When .was the Homestead la passed In tho Stales? 5. What nation was the first to se the military possibilities ol the aen plane? What types ot aeroplanes wer In use when the war broke out? Hq BQojal diseases cliansod vencTcr.I disease, by p. ccni- conslderahly during the past fe'wlpclenl to determine the existence of years. What has been considered o subject to be lahocd as regards puh- lie discussion is no longer regarded in thst light. It Is freely .ventilated, and IU great Importance as Its affects the social welfare has caueeii alt ele- menfs'Of false delicacy-ami prudery to he 'abandoned, aiul (he mutter is now -tackled publicly and openly. ol Brjucamjstiricss In dealingiwilh it. altitude fallen in rcgnrd In explains UK; fntmntion snclt disease. In order to make the findings aliovo outlined, the district or city board of health shall havc'the power to detain any such person so charged for a period licit exceeding 48 hours, nftor oxhlrallon of tho 12 hours following of tlie the receipt hy such lioarrt laitice Iho ilonartmtuit the arreal. Aliy such liotsoil fcilllitl to iliHOiise in an Injections Nir yli.'ill In? nnrlor finfiranthn.- ANSWERS 1. -An error of chronology by whic things arc represented as co-exlatin which dii! not co-exist. The burner which forms a rin or hollow cylinder covered by a chli ney so 'tliat tho flame receives a cu rent of eir both on the Inslile and o the outside. 3. One who has been raised to th dignity of a knight without bein made a member of any of the cala lished orders of knighthood such a Iho Garter, the Thistle, etc. 4. in 1352. 5. The French. C. The liimlan biplane, HUES Wyns which carried a deck house; II French and Voisln blplanos nnd the Nleuport monoplane; the Brit- ish Bullet which did good work In the early campaigns; .and the German Planned to 'Mak t the JXy biggest Kind H s "VfAGRATH Jutv Mr Ices over: remains of. the Irs. were held on Vednesday'afternoon Jn the ti. D. hurcb The was In charge f the -Presbyterian Rev iarfett aiid the'ciioir under the uirec Ion of Mr. Bauer. Mrs. Clarke at th rgan rendered, "The I ord is M; "'Rock of, any the committee that everyone a sist to make this day one ot the hi rest of Ils kind- in the history i ilagralh. Following is the program Singing; Prayer, 0. A. Woolley Singing; Speech of Welcome, Mercer; Musical Selection. B. Eltier Comic Reading, A. B. Critchfleli Singing; Speech by-pldept latfy pre ent; ijuet, Mrs. :Briggs and P. D Clarke; Mr. Fl. M Bride; Singing contest, ladies gents tetwcen Iho. ages of 69 and OYW I1W Mrs. M. Ramsey. Kingston, 74, U In hotpitii iu t critical HOD >3 the remit belus knocked down by a street car. _ Colborne School Board hit tn- ageil .-Mini Josephine Tickell, B.A.t of a of the Unl] cSolhliij atxl Inclvdlkkj-Fruk A4uit. {ofnwr lUUat fiutnwr, j who versily of the high school. Pire from an unknown cause des- troyed the frame house cf Aajelb Dame on Linden street, Thorold, and seriously damaged the.bouse adjoin- lug. occupied bv Gulseppc BocctofetU. Loss, Pdrmcre of the Niagara fruit belt repcjrUd the appearance of the slug ou hoth cherry and pear and ID some Instances' cherries have beea affected. tfla and oi.; 15l KiUllino, cap nilh a rock, which exploded, killluc and fire. members of tin St. Tfaomu London attended special dlflne view in Alma Presbyttriui Church Sunday ttttneoa. Tke lUllan BelluM arrived it Buenos Aires from Genot, nyiug ILa.Red {lac of Communism aloft and the Itallaa flag at her stern. Yes- Bel ia manned a'Communlst crew; vrho. operate the ship on a bula of equality, ircs> Captain- to cabin boy, witi the exception that have twea delegated tf> tow oil their number a> otflccn t9 malntiln dis- arc "nine spplka-.cipliM. ears; Entertainment, Mrs. Alice Uch; Solo, Mrs. Wm. Palmer, .Violin .cooiupiinlment; Song, Mr. Rolling. OB; Dancing, Mr. and Mrs. Howes. Games and dancing and a good time. Mrs. Wm. Palmer entertained the Officers of the Women's Institute on Thursday afternoon at her home. The afternoon was spent on the lawn, the ieaUUful flowers of every kind being of attraction. A'delicious uncheon was served. Mrs. Palmer KM assisted by her daughter Mm Webster. 'Mrs. Annie Hall was pleasantlr sur- irised hy number o! lady friends on riiursday afternoon, the occasion be ng in honor of her birthday. The af- fair, wis held at the home' of her daughter. Mrs. Carl Foulsey. He were seried and all re- port good time Stort the Baby Aright on the Pathway of Life can an iatomtiic to moOs.tr or. hnpertaiM k Bt to dUW ai in irtiteh H tearni to .walk. they the foot fs ikaped in earlr life by th< fH it'tie aim: know how to m cblUren's take prtte "to tilting them knowing' how to make gradusl chancei to suit trowing feet.. ASKTOBE W. J. Nelson SHOES FOR FITTED .SHERLOCK BUILDING ALL AGES. IS NOT ONLY WHETHER YfiU NEED DOES THE CHURCH WEED YOU? BUT IjNo, you cannot'get away from the fact' Leth- bridge would.be a In which to live ha.d no TJiNellher have you to hedge and say "I am only one makes no" difference whether I go or IjVou.who are spending your Sunday automobiles or propped up In your easy chair reading or sleep- ing have little grounds for criticizing. flThe 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-. tlpn that has "two thousand years of civilizing work behind It, and big work ahead. If You read of wrongs of various boll with So you do anything about it! filt anyone said "The Church ought to help right these you'd-prohably-say "Wharhas Church got to do with It? Let It keep 'out of politics." if-you did say yon, if you said that It would bo cither because you haven't been going to Church, or because If you have'gone and held that view, your worship probably went no 'blgWr than Uieiwit of the.church. _fi Yon "would be fully justified '-'I wish :my church "dij .take, an interest in these thlngi. .jiBul: get these "facts' straight: Christianity, was intended not only to. bring people In closer .touch with their Creator, but to also help -In the uplift. .of th'e human race. -r service is the underlying' principle, of the Church. Church that helps to release women and' children from Industrial injustices that works for cieah-polllica, that goes in for social service is the church that is applying the' teachings ot the car pcn'ter of Nazareth to -modern' h ijNo'inatter .whether you rich "or a no matter in what section ot ihe city you'livo. no matter what your den'ominition, go to'church.' .JIQo, and think It over; "tno Church is the organ- :iiatiqn of the .Brotherhood of Man: CliriVtlanity Intended. It has in' the past are wrongs to be righted It over; there Isn't a minister In Leth-' bridge who will riot be delighted and encouraged to have your opinion and suggestions. IN CASE OF ILLNESS, DEATH OR OTHER TROUBLE, ANY MINISTER WILL BE GLAD TO HELP. ANQL1CAN 3t Auguttin't Avt. and 11th St. Rev. Gora Mr Barrow, Rector. 8th 8t, S. Telephone 1406 f a cointnfttce IM the city for tlealEnp at a cliirlr nr as dis- with the" matter in co-operation witn the special medical officer for Iho 1'rovincc appointed for that purpose. How this committee groliietn will tackle the or city health nuty .ruine best piti'.oct thy public hoiilth. Knrh cr.son slinll to tlo 'i fur BRITISH TRADE J.OXfiO.X. July stfitcrncnt of llin llnanl or Trade f'ir JIIIIK shows Ihe rrcllriwiiif; changes: Imiiorla inctcased Kxjvorts of Hritisli prorliir.ts, incrcas- llR-cxnorld increased 'f'otjil cxiinrls incrcnspri cr.fi 00rt. and ALL GENUINE R1SG.H P5ANOS Are Sold at "Factory to Home" You savu money ftav? twenty direct faclory storos Iu Cnnarla. for stylu RiSCii, Block' of the "The Holy Communion at'8 a.m. "Matins at 11 a.m. Ji-ensong at'7.30. p.m. Sunday .School closed for July August. Vestry meeting immediately follow- ing 11 o'clock service. Important business. iVednesrlay evening, Intercession at 8 p.m. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIOQE Rev. T. o. Jones, Pastor 1271 6th Avi. N, Phent 1659 Choir Leader, F. Jickion, 10 a.m.: Junior choir 10 a.m.: Boys' Dest. of the Sunday School in the Hall. 11 a.m. Topic: "Tho mvlne 2 o'clock: Beginners and Primary de- partments of the Sunday School In the Hall. 2 o'clock: Olrls' Dept. of tho Sunday School in the Church. 3.15: Adtilt Dept. of the Sunday School in the Hall. Song Service. 7.35: Ih-enlng Service. Topic: "Tho Smlco of tho Highest." PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Block Patlor John McAllster. Ktinilay 11 a.m., Worship. Sunday 2.45 p.m., Sunday School. Sunday 7.30 p.m., Evangelistic ser- vice. TiiMilny nnd Thursday at S p.m. p.m., j'QUlig people's niset _ WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. 11th St S, Rev, E. Crtna, B.D, Mr. Claude Chair Matter United Service between Wtslcy Meth- odist and Knox Prcshytcrlfin whl continue throughout of July and AugusL Services during Morning Worship (ft Evening Service In.KnqxjjThe. Rev. Chas. H. Cragg In FIRST' BAPTIST CHtiRCH Corner of 3rd Aver.uer and'fith Street Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. B. Jtnei, Choir Regenerate WHAT WB Mlnlsleiry, Membership, Liberty, Christian Equality anil Biblical Au- thority. L Services at 11 a.m., Morning Wor- ship. Sunday School at 12.16. Sunday School In 6th Ave. Church, North, at 3 p.ln. Evening Service, at 7.30. Suhject: "The Credentials of Love." A short bright service. All welcorte. SALVATION ARMY KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th ind Street A. H. MlnliUr. Ernest F. Layton, Organist and Choirmaster. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School, 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beglnheri Class.--- II Communion Service. 12.16. Bljl Sisters. Brothers.' 4 p.m.: Ghinete Class. o'clock: Brenlng Service. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtlt, dr. 3rd Ave, anil Ith SI..S. Owing to Ihe fact that the pastor and a number of members arc attend Ing Ihe convention at; Calgary, (hero II ho no preaching service morning or evening. Sunday Scfiojol at tho usual hour, Mr. A. rf. Supt. Christian Endeavor at 6.30, Alex. Ail- ken, leader. Communion service will follow :tha Sunday School In the morning. BETHANY HALL 205 13th Street North 1} a.m.: IloKncan Meelin's. 2 p.m.: Sunday School. 3 p.m.: PrntKe Meeting. 7.30 p.m.: Salvation Meeting. Adj. Hardy nml In charge. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at ll'a.ray? July 11, Sacrament Sunday School, 1210 a.m. Testimony Meeting, Wed. S p.m. 3 to Bundiy Meeting! Worahln and Breaking ot Bread, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. God's Way to Halvatlon Proclaimed. A Hearty Welcome To All. BJifLE Dominion StrtH s. nilnys. p.m.; lllblc Study; Sundays, pm.: .Blblo Study. Wfdneidkysr f.m.; .lilblo Sluily, followcil by praise, prayer and let- tlmory i.nietlng. Ait Wolcorr.f. No Collection. All ptihlicatloiia at rincfcty may ho ohlaiiicd locally, Including "finished Mjslcrj-." ;