Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOUR THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD' SATURDAY, JULY Ube ibetaifc "DAILY AND WEEKLY PrcpHtton and Publishers LBTH8FUOGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY LIMITED Street South, LethbrldgB 1 W.' A. BUCHANAN gretldent and-Managing Director _ John Torrance ._ Business Manage: THE SUNSHINE OF THE HOUR tons M 74 tona in 'Irut sii 'of Member Audit Bureau ot Circulations. Subscription Rates: delivered, per week Daily, by mail, per year Dallj, b> mall, for 1, to a month is being asked by he Toronto House company. The resent rentals range from 125 to J42 month. s C. F. Franklin, of Turk, Wn, elled miles to San ose, Cal., to marry again his wife question haying-been raised ot the egallty of .their by con ract In Seattle 40 yean ago. A Grand Raplde. Mich., man gave his 'daughter a house when he. married. She found a tpage.against it and la sulug her ather for that amount, claiming ha old her it was free of encumbrance, A Knall'conslgmnenVof .Ust year'i potato'crop, brought the 81 obn River, sold at nine cents a poiini which: figures out at J14.85 a. barrel record price at the Indian town wharves. Mr. T. 'A. HusBeil. president of th Russell- Motor Car.Company, has re- signed as a member o! the Onlarl royal 'commission to investigate as report, on Hydro radials and baa bee succeeded by Brigadier-General C. I Mitchell, C.M.S., Dean of the Factflt of Applied Science. shortage of labor caused shut-down of of-: a, ne Methodist church1 'at Parfcersbnrg, Fa., armed with picks an the entire base- ment of ey-erythihg i from to old lumber. a Ocean-going rafts pt lumber wl feet In each, now go fro Sweden to England and an expe believes lumber rafts with from 1 to feet can be co structed so as. to go-from Brltl Coulmbia to Edrppean ports. Out of the. ashes left in Berlin's cinerators from the' city's .bdrnt r use, a paving stone, is being inanufa tared: which is said to be hard qua? ot Commons the other diy, an- his Intention of lUndlng for lectloa at (he'coming n tee and only jJattohn that general election should be i mediately." The Edtoa detacluatnt ot P. P. are trying to e mystery surrounding the tragic eath ot Mrs, Melton Olsen, who when ht fell out ot an vr-itafv window on uly 16. sustained fractured skull, wo broken armi, broken shoulder, -oken ribs fcnd bruised face aai died few hours afterwards. The will of Joseph Kramor, et Perth iiaboy, NJ., who died recently, acath- ngly denounce his a tbingk- er, and forbade their attendance at Is funeral. Accordingly, the does- M ment will be contested by those two members of his 'family, portion of the estate, which Is salt o be large In realty being eft to his son, Arthur and uother iughteK Wanderlust aid the spirit of ad- enture strengthened by war service ccompanled twenty eight Edmonton eturned men who left tor Ubenille., n French Wert Africa, they will. a employed by the French govern- eat In the lumberwoods of the COB- getting out logs for future ute In he railway construction planned: tor hat territory. .1: At a meeting ot tbs Saskatchewan Associated Boards ot Trade, a resoln-. ion was passed aatnoriiins the-at to secure an eipert to look after Saskatchewan's-inleresta In all cases, including- application for in- creased freight rates that may come letore'the board of railway "commis- sioners. The completion of the" Hud- son's 'Bay railway, the.chMgiBg of Ihe names of various erades of wheat known 'as Manitoba grades dim western grades was also'asked. and serviceable as granite. As Ger- many no-'longer can afford to, Import paving materials, which Sweden u'sed to supply, the discovery of this cheap by-prodact Is greatly welcomed. Nyaia dancer, praises her knee-at in a suit for damages against a Hinton, W. Va.; hotel. She alleges that while stop; ping at the hotel she an 'shaft and. barked her knee so severely that H has affected hcrv livelihood. In a published address to the elec- tors of West Pcterbpro' J. li. Burn- ham, ei-M.P., who reilgnea from the Your Children DESERVE A MASON R1SCH On a "cheap" piano they'will never learn or perfectly. .You'll be sttrprised how, IHtle we ink for the Mason 4: ;Rlsch.: Eesy .terms of payment and "Factory to Home" 'The Balmoral Block tiomt of the Slrawbcrrlee and .roses should .be- come the common or garden varieties in Lelhbrldge gardens'. It Is after all only a matter of gardening enterprise which Is bound to pay with pleasure and profit. Tho sweet ppaa are just starting lo Bhow. 7Iow many know the color of tho species known as "Lord or "Lady Grlzel Know- ledgo of.this sort, however, cannot but help in make gardening Interest- ing. Gilt (Sartle'ns have yfct s piir- Ixigs valued at all olber umber products to tho total ot 701 were exported during those, last Ix months. The tonnage- of -coal sent .o.ver the border during the first six months PC tho present year was tons, as against tons for the1 first six months ot 1919. The difference in the values. ot thcjio shipments JC35.751. 'In; the arllcle oCcoko the same discrepancy !n quantity and of value appears as that shown In Ihc coal exports. In the firat half of 1919 there were but tons of coke exported as nKalnst Ions, valued at N7i. Tho value ot the exporU for the first half of Ip.st year being J29.9I6. In the mctalKcrous .mining products there -Been 'n, 'decided' falling off, except 'In the export of flourapar, spected cillzene., He'waa well liked by every man, woman and child wh know him, was kind hearted and smile' ami cheery word for atl. H was onKaceil In an Implement bus ness he-re, had no relations in thi but perhaps those who wer nearest to him were, Mr, McKerina, a friend, and Mr. and Mrs. Baxter an family, with whom .-he has mado hi liomo for. some fourteen years, Bro Ihers of Mr. Kent reside In the U.S one of whom arrival here a few day which ran. up to tola! tonnage of McKcnoa. before the Funeral Were held in th 1'rcabylerinn church on Wednesda afternoon. A large crowd of frioni attended and the casket Was literal! covered with beautiful floral tribute Ttiiise-offerings? alono bMpeak th high esteem In which Sir. Kent wa held. Funeral arrangements were f charge of the Oddfellows, Mr. Te' gar, directing. Rev. .Darrett conrtur cd tho services, The choir rondorc "Nearer My Clod to "tiPck and "Jesus Lover" of My Soul Tha liov, Uarrott spoke on the "Vaii of Kuraan Life." Tht rall-beare w.erfe; 0. W. Klnchloc. Atkinson, Ghrislottsen an ANOU1CAN t- Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th 8t 1 Rev. Opre M. Barrow, Rector, ieetory, 212 St. 9, Telephone 1406 i [oly .Communion at 8 a-m. latins'; at Bventidng at SchopV clOTe.d for July and August Vednosday evening, Intercession at 8 p.m. THE UNITED CHURCH OF; NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. T, O. Jpnei, ?71 5th Ave. N, PlMne 1659 Choir Leader, Mre. F. WESLEY METHODIST fcHURCH Cor. 4lh 11th at Rev. Chas. E. B.O, Pastor Mr. Claude Choir Matter United Service between Wesley Meth- odist and Knoic Presuyterlan will cpntinuo throughout the months of July and August. Services during Worship In Wesley; Evening Service, in Knot. The Rev. Chas. E. Cragg la charge. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 10 a.m.: Junior cho> practice. 0 a.m.: Boys' Dopt. Of the'; Sunday School Hi the Hall.' 1 a.m.: Communion Service. Torlc, "The Flag and the The boy scouts will have church .parade. 2 o'clock: Beginners and Primary de- partments of the Sunday Ochool in the Hall, r 2 6'clOck! Olrla1 Dept. pt the Sunday SchSOl ItTUie ChWcn. 3.15: Adult Dept, of the Sunday School In the Hall. 7.15: Song Service. Topic' "Grace Abounding." rminlon service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Street F, W.'Dafoe, MtntsMr Mr, B. Jones, Director of Choir WHAT Wri STAND FOR Mlnlalery, Kegenerato Membership, Religious Liberty, Christian and Biblical Au- thority. r.d A. H. Minister. Ernest F, Layton, Organist and Cn.oirmaiUr. United Service between Kuox Pres- byterian and Wesley Methodist will continue throughout the months ol July and August Services during Morning Worship In Waslay; Evening Service In Knox. Th8 Her. Chas..E. Cragg in charge. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.ta.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. 12.15: file Sisters.. 2 p.m.: Big Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Claes. PWTECO4TAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Block Pastor John McAHstci'. Sunday 11 a.m., Worship. Sunday 3 p.m., Sunday School. Sunday 7.30 p.m., Kvangcllsllc acf- Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. Friday 8 p.m., young people's meet Services at II Suhlect: Seal of the Spirit." Sunday School and Bible Class at 12.15 Sunday School In 5th Ave. Church, N'orih, at 3 p.m. Evening Service at 7.30. "A Gospel Menage." All Welcome ,'CHRISfIAN CHURCH i Oliver L.; Curtis, Cor. Jrd Ave. and Sth St. Bible school, Paator will preach at both services. C. B. at New pews ate installed and public cordially Invited to the home-like Church. SALVAfION ARMY Sunday----- 11 a.m.: Holfn'ess Meelliii. 2 p.m.: Sunday School. 3 Praise Meeting. 7.30 p.m.: Salvation Meeting. Hardy anil LI, Brolt, officers In charge. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Bubjetf: Sunday. School; Te'srtlnlcny Wed', at 8 p.m. Roartlne Roop open dally from. 3 to BETHANY HALL 20S Uth North Sunday Msttlnja WoiWiip and Breaking of Bread, U a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Eykngelintlii Service, 7.30 p.m. God's Way of Salvation Proclaimed, A Hearty Welcome.To All. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Domlnicn Bldg., 6th Street 9. Sundays, p.tn.: Blble-.gludr, Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study, U'fdncfcdhys, p.rii.: Uible Study, prayer and tes- timony r.nelips, A'ti Wclcoiiif. >No. CollMtlon, 'AIf publications o( Society may noaf be obtained locally, luclu'llnz Myitery"