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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920 T1JR nATLY HKRAUX PAGE ELEVEN. Big Hallelujah March Fasfuonect Revival at Curling -Rink Last Right to SKout for Christ In Ch to Shout at a Bail Game. iug th. Procedure of the j one Ice last night at tne Curling Rink. spacious buildrtig at the tune of Re- vive Again." It certainly lllllc out of the xvheu at the eud of said march, shouting began mid the of unbelief began to crumble and fall to tho ground. "Wo take this city-for Cod. God answers prayer for. too Christians ot just the same as ha did lor the Hebrew: children of old; Lcth- lirlugc, in spite of her scepticism, will Jio visited a mighty spiritual awakening, v" Christians gel their Irea: from sin and doubt and allovr the Lord-to havo His way tho Chrlsrfiiu religion Vil) be. revived and' tlio city" delivered from sin. "People ol today don't mind wliou church members go to the ball gamo and .shout: themselves hoarse when the librae team wins .au.Insigniflcant or applaud or -weep; .at tie theatre ,bul tlioy get conslderauly trou'oled when people of God boost the Kingdom's cause enough lo give audl ble glory to their Jehovah for eternal blessings." i' When tho music and shouting had subsided, the visiting revivalist took as lie? text: Matthew, the days'-of-Noah were, shall also the the coining ot the Son of Man be.' The declared most emphat- ___ earth according to :The Lord Himself shall with a shout, and dead e caugjit up together with them in the to meet the. Lord In Hie air; and so shall we ever be with: the Lord." Tho evangelist declared that oven-thing seemed to -be rolng up these days, including aveo the price ot bread, and last all ths.elect oz God would "go up" to meet the Sav- ior In the air according to ecriptural prophecy. "They didn't bel'eve tho flood would come back ic Noah's day, but it came just the same and destroyed all refused to gel into God's prepared ark of safety. God said: "This old sinful :'J am going to _wiid up the rrhple thing .-_.. .Inli.Erci'- Vriah WAR EDMONTON ALDERMEN ,4 TALK OF RESIGNING EDMONTON, June tvltu a want of. peculiar creatures which the Lord had made." A special.divine healing service is planned-lor Friday, tributed! FRENCH SOCCER TEAM MAY TOUR CANADA Football Association, has received a communication from spromiriehty French, soccer class, of Central, with S2 points; second to Fleelwobd, with. 78, and third to' tho glrla ot" Miss Smith's and Miss Williams' classes, with 77. The finals in this section were held yesterday. The cup was donated some years ago'by former Mayor Wm. Henderson for the encouragement of physical culr among tie boys and girls.o! the i public schools.: Competitions for this ,5.'cup were-suspended for several years and was revived this year. A I Tho the _ performances yesterday were Mrs. Stafford, lira." D. Taylor and B., F. Manbey. Approsi- indsor U. S. Offers Believed Outbreak Will SpifeadiJ? y VERA CHUZ, Juno Assocl led Wilson' has offered to send hospital ships, nurses, doctors and medical supplies to Vera Cruz immediately to assist in com- batting the bubonic plague which has hinde its appearance eleven authenticated cases having developed to date and five deaths, resulting. The outbreak appears to date back to May 16. when the first case Is believed to have developed. The victim of this case. dled'May 22, and the second victim Vora completely cut oft from the rest of the republic Helief has begun to arrive. Itedlcti plague has no yet attained tlie-'character an 'epl Mexico cits- Is virtually '.'iry'-'-'ijurlng night hours as a resultTOtt orders from, the nevfT'gpTerniricnt. It Is ex- pected to- morrow manrfestatlort. of the, military 'ifrength'bi the revolutionary movement. are'desirous .Sf.vis'.ltin'g Canada and are asV.Ing for games on a percentage not instating on a guarantee. ALBERTA LADY ON vV IMPORTANT COMMITTEE, OF METHODIST CHURCH Jnne genera! conference's special'committee, of the Methodist'Church appointed (he fol lowing representatives ot tho church, at tha ecumenical conference In J_on rtbn, England, in September, J921: Her lir. S. D. Chown, Kev. Dr. T. Albert Moore, Rev. Dr. Endlcolt, Hon. N. W. K.owell, lier. J. W. Graham, Dr. A. Stewart, Mrs. Nellie jMo.Clung, Rev. Dr. II. Kose, Rev. N. W. Johnson, Hov. W. S.'Lannbn, Hey. J, W, .Onnly and llcv, J. A. Long. Lawson Turcotte has.beeu appbi ed secretary of the Lethbridge branch of the Great War Veterans' Assocla- ,tiou for the comlnj year., The newly- 'appglnted executive of the association held 'Its'first meptlng'inst night in the club rooms when this appointment was nade. Mr. Turcotto has been acting as secretary of the branch since Jan nary. Harry Fortes stew ard of the clnb.'', The work of this office during the past few months and now the branch Is advertising for an assistant care- taker, applications to be In the hands of the secretary not later than June yythmlcal work. Three classes from Cen- tral, one one from Western and Galbralth. Dur- ng yesterday afternoon tho Judges visited the different schools. The- judges commented favorably on he manner In which the pupils pro- luced their drills. The classes show- ed the effects of careful training un der Frank Filnier, who_was assisted >y the grade teachers. At present phys cal culture.tor- girls Is getting more attention In'the.publlq schools of Leth irldge than'it did In years gone by Tho Hoys' competition will be judg pd at llio inspeptjon. in play.f e'si June, when hundred of the> school-girls will give an hibitlon ot folk physical exer cises with Indlan.-clubs and wands. .cup.Jof, thg; girls; wil .at'.the apprdachtnE Fl SHEFFIELD- STEEL WORKERS LONDON, June Twenty thousand workers In the ''Steel .industry. In the Sheffield district are Idle In connec- tion with lie proposal to Introduce a three-shitt system. The proposal af- fects six unions, five of which were willing to accept. TwO'thousand en- glnemen and firemen belonging to the sixth. union, lio-.vcvcr, refused to ac- cept and ceased work, thus 'obliging the others to remain Idle. Need Skin Bathe With, Cutkura Socp to cleanse and purify the ports. If of pimples. or rcrtigiiMra are, present traear Ssnpy.wilhCuticura Oinlinnit bef orebath; hiE to'soothc and teal. ol the toilet, balh sad nursery Cuticura 'Soap and Ointrnenl are lratnt 25 ted 60c- Sold LltnttcJ, SL Paul St., Montreal li CUT a Soap tKtvca vitLoot muff Wash EVERY DREAM OF MARRIED LIFE was to be a a slaved Yet ;when she has to undertake such drudgery as clothes washing during the summer's stifling is nothing short of slavery that is imposed upon her. But women are arriving at a: recognition of their proper station In the home not ths home laborers. Wiso women dispatch the work frith the home on a bus- iness basis. 'When business man'wanls his building painted he doesn't do it himself, because hia time is better devoted to more Important effort and ho knows others are more proficlehtMn doing He work for him.. It doesn't pay, Wiso women' give their wash to a competent laundry that can do tho better and permit, them to devote their time to more Important home or social duties. LET US DO YOUR LAUNDRY WORK. WEIL DO IT RIGHT. Laundry GV 1-jlXl. C.S. FARROW, Manager PHONE 451 1 At the First Taste You Know PostToasties are the best CORN FLAKES They have a crisp substance and su- perior flavor immediately recognizable, and when you get to the last serving in the package, you find the last as sat- isfying as Uie first There's no waste to Toasties, Each package is full of satisfying goodness at a fair price. In ordering, be sure to specify Post Toasties. That will insure your getting the very best in corn flakes. Sold by Grocers Everywhere! Made by Canadian Posturh Cereal WINDSOR, ONTARIO QUEBEC, June receive from the Ma'tnpedla'Valley this'inb'nl ing concerning the forest fires In tb; region show an Improvement. Fin at St. Andrews havo been extinguish! and those at Nolget and St. Marcell are now under control. Other Important fires, however.'na broken out In the limits he-longing to' Price Brothers, at Lac-des-Isles, along the Red river. For the past 10 days no colonists have been permitted to" burn any brush. In Bonaventiiro county, tho fire is well under control. Numerous fires are breaking out along the transcontinental lino west of this city. Around Lac-la-Deauco and McCarthy, much of the forest Is oil fire. The fire at-Parent keeps ap- proaching tho village. It'was learned today at the provincial department of, forestry that tho Inhabitants havo been advised to leave the plnce. St. Appollne, in ths.Edmonsto let, Is surrounded by blazing Situation Grows Desperate- PREDBRICTON, N.B., June It eeps dry many more days It will bsolutely Impossible to attempt to ontrpl the forest firo situation In Tew (Brunswick, declared Provincial prester 0. JI. Trince, today. f.Iry 'rlnce Bald that, in siiite of tha critt- al situation at present, reports were ourly coming Into his office of new ires being started by carelessness, lajj iifferenco and neglect, and that the lepiirtment would prosecute every; icrson found to have violated tho'-lavrX DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with pairvs or aches; feel tircdj tisve-headachs, indigestion, kisornnia; painful pass- age of urine, you will find relief in COLD MEDAL I The world's'stan Sard randy for kidney, liver, bladder end uric acid troubles and National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Alldruggists, 50c. a DOT. Guaranteed. Lock {or IKe Dime CoM o. nor box UK] DO SASSAFRAS TIME Sassafrna time was always _a picas- ant period. The aroma of the Bloop- ng.bark In the big kettle upon tin jack of tho kitchen stove was wBflei through tlio house and in Us rich one appetizing frngrance them was alwayi suggestion of tho romance of the Orient. This ntily beverage held i rklo that oulshnno the glitter o ruby drops of tho richest vldlnge Sassafras tea may he worthless as i conditioner o! tho body, but be Its vlr tues few or many, or be. It lacking li any curative properties whatever, the good old beverage will always ho hel in affectionate colhclMo.) Constitution. Misa Nutting, one of our famoti Canadian nurses, now proffsfrir nursing at Columbia University, Ne' York City, reports that in tho publl heallh field nlonoin tho United State nurses cf.Ued for by passa and pending legislation, whllo are available. Actual figures arc no available for Car.afc, but the sttm need ia kauva, to country-wldu. ConsMpatlon, although generally cribed as a ulstase, never ciist of the organs arc derang- !d, which Is generally found' to' bo ho liver. There is nothing moro producllvo if general 111 health than constipation if the bowels, and a regular action Is absolutely cssentlon to goncril health )riO ot tho most common, painful and troubles caused by con stlpatlon Is piles, and unless ilio bow els are kept open by the use of a goo< ttrxatlvb oucli aa Mllburn's Pills tho whole system will be pois- oned and many different complication Cf diseases arise, so If you would b well keep your bowels'regular. Mr. A, Iloder, Hastings St., B., Van couver, li. C., desire express my tlianks for what Milburn' linxa-Llvcr rills have done for mo. had been suffering from constlpatlo for two years, ana. also had a ba cough nnd heo'lachcsl 1 tried all sort Bf cures unit remedies, but go no r Ilef until 1 was advised lo try yoi pills. I got great relief after Uio firs few doses." i Oet-Mllbtirn'a Laxn-Mver Pills whe yon ask for them or send.256 and they will he sent by rcturri fit 'mall by Tho T. Jlilburn Co., Ont, WRIGHT BALMORAL BLOCK 1920 ;