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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE roun HIR' LETHBRnXiB .SATUKDAY.JULViSi.iyiy I- J'' DAILY ANO WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers 5 THE LETHBRlDGEHERACto PRtliflNfl COMPANY, LIMITED Cth Street South, W. A; Buchanan h President and Managing Director 'j TELEPHONES IPX leaks' mams wasting ot 'water lous'juieis. They wouM further want to know wuethor not .means can be employed (oj locating leak! other than. ln-.f'.istali- ius la short. ir.t'ae'eUy authorities have clearly convinced themselves metering tyihe'osly solution of the present watc.r .'prob- lem. with benefit to, (ill. It >s a case Office Editorial Office the fce'ehlv'e'GirU of Cardstou have been "5wanning" to lafcfi of late Tho first from town was the ol the, Sud Ward In charfee' 6t Mrs, Preston "Young and vii-'s Etta Dowille. some nine the where they should convince .others j Asides Ihe leaders. They iu the measure they have'convinced souie ten ilavs in the mountains. themselves. That is, if they lrji 'recount their Mjwrlences of. mountain ctiiubinp. boatins. vojr- i aze- etc with much enjoyment. Tho girls are finite proud of their success in scaling a mountain height which the- uov SconU failed to reaoh while there, I There is in the DM Country what Th'ov maoc a hike to Oil City up 'the "stream called Oil Creik. .where M a Bo against InBuenz? wi lhat (round seUlus lo -fiKiire.. brother'Harris to .'.on trmer In the .vjcintty of Taber, ap- peared. betere, Mr.. T. sae.Won, J. R. bv -Mr, Ed. i Ibe nieu-r by-law to carry. i UNITING TO 1M21 PROTECT THEMSELVES. Member Audit Bureau of Circulation Subscription Rates office. whom they all pleased1 to asain. The leailors of Ihe swaiffl are espec- ially proud ot their girls, not alone known as middle class. Hi -iit _____ not1 essentiality peculiar lo Great ihey visited 'Mrs. Kale Urilaiu ihough thare It takes a name our former 10 ttselt. It is esisfent in ill buds ivffii- in the niost deum-ratit where clSFS distinctions, as they are ilo not exist in name. This class maj lj well be.caHed_.ilie general iiubl.lc. 11 final it nclude tho e vho ?re neitlur cajiulist no' beloag to what i OOi Xrovvj as Labor ill Its lirnited'seJ t. ______________ Tke middle include iho e Dates ot eip1 ot sub cxipttons are uried profetMOnal men rear dallv on addre s IsbeV Accep M a> delivered JeT i l! b> mail per rear to V S (cr trla! on_ after due- accused charse. probably conio October before Le'htrld" the Supreine or thur good i U hut more espec It U iyx" (or their gpod .behavior .vhile tlje dejiortc nfext uciuoer uvwiu Court., Iri tbe. meantime the accused Is out Ira hall of J5.009. In the pro- llcilnsry jnquiry held. B. L, ol Tsber. rep.-esented the and H. r. Harris ol Lethbrldge th uvi uui t------ kal lealer does not forget the >oung -d Mr C Burl the verj hop of tie Ward con young ladiea to tho part. I iuu 'line "combiniufia, political land religious, tor solving transporta feel deeply grateful lor crops in tie irrigated district coulrf hardly look better. THE COMINGj- CHAUTAUQUA1. hen stnke is seilled to quote a- ot which a' the of e of rf there is an lion problems. The- the gentlemen in reaches IhttrXartpmg ground Bishop Burt 'returned, n Hh some of tha girls evening and the balance are to return 'when.' iJL their applies Rvap orate Another first ward ot.the Woinan-3 Inslifite hM shown herself to be biie of lie mo t patriotic cap- able and esteemed I'ate In the "'constable Moriar-v replaces Con stable Fardell up rroiinclal policeman m liter Mrs Thos gpeddon and farnll> are a mSnth s holidaja 'n iledl cine Hat At the meeting held on Monday at- ternoon In the council chamber to dis- russ the Municipal "Hospital Scheme there vere present Mavor VicVerv chairman, and Councillors Talnter and Harris of Taber. Messrs. Harper arid Hempie.of McLean; Mr. Laurence Petenen n. R. McJIullen o Barnwell and a representative o Eurelta rsporled that their re spective municipalities looked fsvor abh on sicteme but lhat on ac count olsthe crop failure it might no be advisable it at tho presen time -The committee approved how ever'of a Cull discussion th Morgan Blddell, a'relumed soldier, has been appointed secetarj'-treasuror of tlie public school board of Stratford. One of "the odeat residents of Uun- u Mrs J.-McMlcklog. died at. Iho 92. Returned soldiers lore to shreds ed ttag; that was hanging from the ummor resilience at Glmli, of Aid lueen of Winnipeg. John Branscomhe .was killed, ant hree others badly Injured, when an utomohile In which they were rilling whic w ar Jar o 9! miners grant ed Trent-result up goes tSa-grree of HAUTAUQUA1. Iti not out ot place lhal Ihe people I coal the made to pay of the cilv and Ihe district he re-, tor In -minded'Of Ihc coming Chaulauq.ua'. In the facl lhat it has been guaranteeij b) certain ot people in regard lo a certain sum on uenali u may he laid for the people at large it de wands support The guarantor- do not stand lo financially. -A ith them it Is not a financial Jiut commhnily proposition What Chaulauqnas are have noxy Jearnt may sav without fear of contradiction have learnt to "-Thev are dis unctly community m orate Anotner nrsi warn to bul_tbe_crowd 1 not ye_t wa_s public In made up." ure to project it olf __ iialion otf'all its members tormed lo cruibat the po tions in which they have been placed The is fo sell hut a ,-polftical Weapon'' hi fo'rgel.' Tie ma. ever 01 a iun scheme thiouEtwiit the hospital di: tuct anil folnat'end passed a molio tnsrtuctinj the Aalrmin to write th inlhofrties at Edmonton asking the the MdninpetJHo pital tirganner holL meetings at in the dis tnct_Jrom Avmual Juth to 31st U Up to the 1st ot June, bad expended on pensions I2L9S3.360.77, not including coot'aseades ad ijalat- Nine hundred Germans 'Irom the Inteniment camps at VernO'i. B. C., and Kapuskaslug, put., will sail for iclland.. T Mrs. John T. Martin ot'Lohaoh, on fro hi an afternoon's visit, !ound iier husband dead nt the''Job of painting' the bathroom. Rev. J: A. Crasston, of Fort Willlanv has accepted n call to-Kew Beach I'resDyterlan church, Toronlo, and will be inducted on September 1. Capl. RoW. I'.earson, M. ,Ij, A., Is in fVvor ot a special session of-Iho to'deal with drouth con- dltions. Fourleen .white men were srresteil at IJongview, Texas, "as sault ivlth.int'enl lo miirijer" in con. necllon a jiitchert gun fight be tween Ine whiles nud negroes Every Home Can' Afford a Victrola Well sell you a good model as low as 'and on easy terms. Get Ihe big. FREE 612 Page Catalog o( Records Block "The Home ot the VletroU" CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN iheae to be surprLeo Wat'the: nMdlE. olaoS in---------- Great leirgth "come to patronize1'the hospilal refre hment realize the" facl and has talen booths at Iho Taher fair Thev are A slrong organ being run h> the churches and other ibers has been oft tie AM pe 'lertst wouid be fiiffiBenCh aroused as fo call tor vote on Ihe Question I On Wednesday, afjirnoon at 3 p m at Knoi Silas Gertrude W oodhouse Vis united in marriage to Mr Charles Plncher Creek ceretfionv -ras performed by the Bar A, C Bryan in the presence ol ha immediate of the bride St Cyprtanl Charch Cer Ith Av. Rev. C.non W V KcMlllin. Rtetor Mr Banner, Organ'st and Cho'r Leader _ Morning Prayer, 11 oolocu. Evening .Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 pru Holy Communion let, and 8 a.m., 2nd and 4lh 11 o'clock service. SlETHODlST .Wesley Church' Rtv. ehas. E. Cragg, B. p. Paster. RMldence 3ZO-llth ,BL S. Church Study Claude LAB Vut Director Union Services with Knox Presbjle' Ian church for July and DirlnB July morning service In Knoi, evening service jn Wesley and conducted b> Rov Caut A H Denoon. Bible School at 1310 p m rrhe companv on the Taber ho pital tieut I lament who has ]n_t re turned trom'overseas is rejoining this week, the Bank ot tauJimerae essence 'Of catlve. It Ohantauqua not; 50 pp they Oius pteceil tffitfiSelli'e where m great movement jfill comtJtnte bodv to oe regarded and considered caUve It shoulV.4e ganged oonv 10 ue much by Its attraction in a popUtaV bush an organization sense, but' by its uses for bringing knowledge and information and ttnis becoming an elevating medium For this reason the which form accomplishing much good inJthat pjblic-opinion Its sympathy o- otherwise will command attention features in the thautauqua are In tended. L Chaulauqus, is'an Institulion -m a itself, Lite mo t things, there is no denying that there is a- commorcial element behind It amongst ,lhos.e dlreclly concerned. But thiat lo ch viewed it wlll.ha tnfertby, Uy spfer heck race" they -are so Friday ceeded in ;Mr r po i will the Canada ceee West Co bjjMr L'bnis Conrad Taher welcomes bade again, to' it, unner J ot thfiJrm '1 and Efons oTerseas for nearly two rear withdrew to the in Great Britain not nev> idea. At one time iCwent so far as to enlist tjie aympatny o! a newspaper Fo some treason the Government the day this is an ea-entlal for (.am.ug gnjtoot alarrr al considered a should not be overlooked Con ider political force and by some 1ng whal Uie Cbautauiiua itanos for.Uccult means the newspaper support tnelr friends In the elevating enlerta nnient chould enlist the cut off -But tha> was m another Thing? havB changed, and the It CI1OU1U ennsi me HB) -i iiiiues f tlon and the of all thosc bodyTn QrtatBntarn C this form, 61 pleasure "m. TnE QUESTION 'OF WATER METERS The water meter appears may well he regarded to'be a.new economic force m the Old. Country Tbe trip of "the Calgary motor to LethbrHge may be called'a to be agitating p few minds. H Ehpuldfjpilgrimage _ __ 'til it cause the public generally lo policy which, if pul into force, may bC1bcnet "lal or olherwise bo far as fhe public is concerned it should rightlj'ask Ttaelf whether Ihe cily authorities have looked into the policy from" every angle, .orvwhether they, are seizing hold of what looks like something tit out'in the present aspect the citv suppb taken) aj a deaft with The planet water inefcrs may beT a ope, or it may be not. It.the authorities jhaAe i ffrm Jalth in wording inc. guallc good. propaganda of edncalion Is 1? needed. The water "meter policy is not one which can reganled H Its. good polnls hut dgjin It bad Us had nolols It all 4etends flhethor It is rigHll} or If Ihe city auttlorl ties have the right viewpoint then il their business to see tha j. the public view Ihlnga with Ihe "ami eyes as they do .things, ha ice1 the plan o Mrs Wm Jsu s and family purpose- returning in Uo week' time to their In home in Ihe of Nebraska istnot selling cither 3ier arm or residence in town so that here 13 the prospect ot her return to Taher within two years Vr and Mr Ihy ot Cardston spent Sunday in lawn, here. Seeing Is Believing Jt Is cheering to read that thi, eon tracts had been let for the of the main ditch of the Taher irrlga tion project and that work will be begnn in earne t this week, hut yonr scnhe saw with his own the firot bnnch ot. horses for the ditch drinking their 'M at gas well prior to putting their shoulders to the plov> and the Ehoycl then he knew be joud peradrenture lhat IhB time of redemption from drought was at hand We ohserre that one of-lhe'preachers of the town is Irrigating his spuds with water from "the gas well ft home ot Mr and Mrs Arthur Wood nhere a UsVs ia sened and a social lime spent The bndal couple left on the night tram tor Pmcher Creek where .Mr Walker follow .th- occupation Oi farming and rancning The bride wil he much Tabei where she hasibeanflnejffHbe popfllar and i i puns ladies of rte icom In Sis has been for several years one of the tnos faltht.ul teachers schoo one of the most valued membe of 'the choir. Her "solos, so inpdeitl and sweetly rendered an again conveyed a lasting message .She is followed by the best wishes o her many acquaintances Mr Dean GmBb ot the Bank i Hamilton has snown Ijas i material that ar fashioned of Recently he swam ou 8T. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Cer: 2nd Ave. and 8th street South ev. Capon J E Murrell Wright MA, Rector J a.m., Holy Communion, l.ajin.. Matins [ols'i alter morning ser vice" on first Sanday. Btenlng -service 'and Sunday schoo are aiscbntinued for.July and Aug ust l The services tomorrow -will be taken hy i BAPTIST f PRESMTERIAN Knox' Church Corner .4th Ave. S. Rev Capt A. H Denoon pastor E F Layton orflonlst and choir leader During Julj and August Knot and Wesley churches unite- their ser- vices In July services (n Kiiox ihurcti 11 am and at y m !r August to hnox churcn at 7.30 p.m. and Wesley at 11 10 a.m.; Sunday School. 11 a.m.: Kindfrj-aMfen anil ISeBlunurs' eparlment CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE lb 10 Into pidstream ,and brought ashor at the, risk ot lite, a compan ion. had piayed out sr-lmming th river... Some years agp; lie rescue blaster Vir an Leech from Ihe y: dangerou predicament This 15 a case tor recognition by the Humane Society or Ihe Fund The Rev and Mrs A. C Brian and family are spending two weeks :.holi- dajs in Nanton luid lie adjoining fool Ji H counlry The Her Mr Cofroiand of Lethbridgs will supply Kn'ox church pulpit on July 27lh-al 11 a.m., and Pie. A. Mcteod on August 3rd at 11 a.tn. There will be no evening services. Taber I-a'l I-air July 28 ,29 30 Taber, Chautauqua Aug 6th to 12th. 1 COMB! THE UNITED CHURCH NORTH LETHBRIDGJ3 Rev E J Hodnlni, B A, Partor 1Z71 5th Ave N Phone pholr Leader- V Jactaon-_ -k Jonior choir practice nt BoysV oJ Uie Sunday Hall morning senrlce, f 2 o'ttpyfc, Beginners ana .Primary'Be ot the Sunday School in the fcatt zVclock Gir.s Deptf of ithe Sunday School In the Church 3 15, Adult of Ihe S S In the 7 J5{ pong service, 7 3ft ..Evening Mr McLeod will'ofeach morning and I evfihfng First Baptist Church Corner S'h Street anJ 3rd Ave S Rev F W Dafoe BA Paslor Mr B Jones Director of Choir A.I 11 a in Subject. "A Definition i the Kingdom Sundaj School and Bible Class al Evening Scrvlc- at 710 Subjec Upper and Nether Sprlnes The Ordinance of er.s Banlism -nil be administered during the ComMnWn be hell) at the close of the service tomorrow Instead ot next i Sundaj as the pastor is toMng his holldavs from tho first ot the month A Welcome to All CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block 7lh Streil S Sunday at 11 a n. Subject 'Truth Sunday School convenes at the close of the Sunday morhing'.s'erVlce. Wednicaay evening, Tesllmour molt Uig at 8 p.m; Che reading room Is open daily 01- cepl Sundays and holidays: from 3 to 5 p m wljero the Bible Snd a'uihor Ired Christian Science Uteralnre may be read bo-fowed or porchajed public cordl'vLy to at- tend Uie chnrch eerrlces, to visit the rndlni room. ST CHURCH Chnstian Church 1 CHRISTJAN tfENS LEAGUE J, (Undenominational) Baptist Church, 3rd Ave S I iThera w.111 bo no meelings during th monriis of Jill} and August Noil meeting -'7th, D.V, Watch for announcement. North. L'ethbrldge. Matins at-11 a.m. Sunday ..School .at .3 p.m. Adult Bible, Class. 3.; p.m. Evensong- 7.30. Organisations i "Girl S p.m.i I DOJ Scouts WLI) 730 pm Choir practice Jriday it 8 pm Members of the congregation are welcome at the .choir practice Rev Stanley C" Hipper 13th SI A North. Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Cor 3rd Avt >i-3 Stji St 8. Bible School at 10.31) .sharp. Morning Snblecl The Chrislians Reward Evening The First Christian Mar tyr. 64o Celling leader Public Cordiall? Invited ASSEMBLY THE PENTECOStAL MOKE.ANO FOREIGfJ MISSION 205 13th Street North ,Rev. C. M, Neve, Pastor. Sunday 10.30 and 1.45 p.m. All, mem- bers, are asked to take notice ol thb ch ange o't il m e. for' meetln gs tj Ministers are reminded thai cliurch nollcca should' ho' hand' v ed'In tefore slx'o'cldck- Friday to ensure Insertion as' this paper goes to press urday morning 4 4 PENTECOBTAL OF GOD CoK 2nd Ave. :and 61h :pt. S. Moose Hall Hlglnbolham, Block Sunday 11 a m and 7 30 p m Wednesday at 8 pm Irayer anfl The Word. Friday at 8 pm Prayer Meeting A Hearty'Welcome to All. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrs Hamilton CO Sumlaj, llam 3 p ro and 7 30 j m Sunday .School, 2. p.m. .Monday', 'Thursday .and Saturday, 3.00 p m Public Meetlnas. All Welcome. The, above to be convinced lhal onc_ metej-s is pdt Inlo fojce- not be IntK T The public .has to X ly shown, plan Inlo position JfWlnrfo V B 'less supply waler f The.ywojio to 'kpow WaX eilra ttpen wou'd1 on meter readers tlit> have (o he shown nhcthi or not tfi'o low '_ rf Shoes That Are "Easy to Wear" And "Hard to Wear Out" M a rgo mU. us to fit fee' a they .houia be Jilted giving you co-n 'Ott how to tit shies Bring (he family to ua ASK v SHAPES FOR ALU ASE8 W. J. NELSON Go. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT OFFICES MR.' 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK Will your employer tcritiniio to pay your to your'.tiral atttr >ouJ v If nol riot your wile's name placed on Ihe pay rpll'ot the MBTKOKOLITAM-WKE-do that in tho. event 6f your .-death the Home fap.to kept goins as usual? can dcpoailing with us annually a. small siiul of money according lo t.he amountl'bfc'WfrTary jlfeEireii. fled any of our Mve Wires, viz.: T. O. Oiirri.F.'A. nsmton, P, A. Fisher, J C llanrahan, Wm1. Miller, 'and bo. np-lo-date in having prolecllun fiieil up In ll'.is WILL BUY We Have Repe Buy all Classes Shipped to Dakot pared tp Pay Fu f J .1-, J n- ti m ;