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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LEl'IlBRlrtCiK fUItY HERALD JUNE 1, 1920 Presbyterian General Assembly Will Meet In Ottawa Wednesday OTTAWA, June Canadian expectation is that tfco general assembly- ct the Presbyterian rh'urcu, which meets in Chalmers charcli tomorrow anil succeed IBS diys, will be a memorable gathering because o! tho nutters slated tor dis- eiission and the free and frank war in wntca (hey will be discussed. It io not a certainty that church un- ion will coma jip for consideration. Itany of the men, especially from the vest. It is the finding of tho assembly at Montreal is not bind- ing on this assembly, Indeed, tho ar- gument made or some chu.-ch lawyers is tail oo assembly can bind any sub- sequent assembly. ,'Tho aF.seihbly will consider reports from presbyteries on the proposal to change the life term of the eldership Ot a cejtainty Forward Mova- meiit mil be the- big issue. Over five million dollars have beeu BUhscribod aiid; subscripHons still coming in. a'laet thiit cveiipeotliiii Presbyterians ought." iovaote woi-fliy of atteatio.i. Hi'e of the eistit of the church went over the toy oi 'their allocations by large amounts. West a Little Behind Manitoba. and Aibprta did not como up 10 the mark set Jor each of Iheii, Ijut other parts oi the country iviil yet do jaure than thpy were asked and lead the. way to better and bigger tilings. Apart from the Forward Movement. the church has a wonderful to hear from Tower Ferguson, the treasurer. maiataliitng the work and benevolence- last larger number of are against this, tlio matter will likely scon be disposed of. Presbyterian churches in Cauuda took In 1S75 the total'contributed for this work was. .hi 1920 It.was over a Million dollars more.' Tfils is pretty fyir for a' begiaulug. Tho choosing o( a'al- ways an interesting and sometimes Hcllliis event on .the first nichL utter, jibe retiring moderator buy'--formally [opened the asseiubly'-for business.- Dr. of Klondykt. and later of overseas faruo as Colonel Piinglo, is tho retiring moderator, but his successor is to bo is not yet known. IVofessor liHllantyuo, of Knox College, and formerly'of Olutvi'a.' Is "named by several as the man for.tte office. Principal Gandter, iilso of Kn'ojt C'ollego. is another uam- i-d by many. Love, ot Quebec, and W. 3. Clark, of Weslmount, and Dr. Thomas Kewart, of Halifax, snd othcra ore in the'race. of education est jet mado, netag'fl.lTwl'S'.lS. TIiU total is nearly 'SSOO.WO' beyond any previous year. 'iVhon the union of the WILL GIVE MEDALS TO MOTHERS OF. FAMILIES OEDDES HONORED PARIS, Juuo by tho government that medals would be giTen to. mothers of large families, has resulted ia largo number of appli- cations being The uieda's will te given order Issued by the minister ;of public .health and will be tokens ot ,the natlou'B grati- tude to mothers who have wised furui- iles> ot To mothers hAvlug five children, the youngest of whom Is act less thin five years ot age, sl'troaze medal will given. The mother of a family ot eight will receive a silver medal, one ivao has ten children will ba awarded a goU medal. Large Deputation' Ap'ritals foi TEA 1 Happy, cheerful people are always those who drink Blue Ribbon Tea. They couldn't be any other when en joying, this fra- grant tea, or even wlien, jremembering it. of Taxes According to Ability to Pay. OTTAWX Jlay burden ot collecting the ''discriminatory and coufusiug" luxurv- tax.'wlili'h ibey con- sider "ill-adviEeO. poorly conceived ami poorly devised" was asked to he removed from their shoulders by 'ihc lietail Merchants' Association of Can- ada, al a special interview with Sir Heiiry Dray minister' of finance; in the Chateau this morning, at which some 200 retailers from nil I over Canada were present. Instead of making the retail mer- chants cojleet the tas, they asked that It be collected al tbe source of supply, namely from the nuitiufacturpf WASHIKQIXJK, Jima 1. University at Its an- noal cointneccement exercises last night, conterred tha honorary degrcol iJn ent're family at Toledo. O.j oJ doctor bt Sir Auctltudj father. 'Jiotlwr, son and -ityhew, British ambassador to the I were seutoncod !o twms Tarylne States. Ambassador Geddes frxjro. tn'O y6ars six months for delivered the address.) ruiinlns a pis." through "Mr. Henry Oit-iwa, chairman of tho meet- Sir Henry Dmyton listened for an hour and a' half to the reading of the memorial which had been prepared, uud to d dozen or more speakers re- presenting the various sections of the retail trade, "who voiced tho objec- tions to tho luiury las. In replying he did not answer any specified ob- jections nor indicate- if auy change would be made in1 tho budget pro- posal. Check Extrav.-ganc: One of. the most .state- ments iu Sir Henry's reply was "In thp interest -of everyi'ody, the government desires to check extra- vagance lint down the cost of llv- Ing. perhaps we are already setting our facos 'toward lower prices. Tliw government .wants to encourage efTi- and Importer, an-! absorbed in the denc5" in buslhos. But wo aro not same manner that all systems ot tax- Bomg to borrow money." j same manner that all systems of ation aro absorbed. -Full Eympathy and co-operation with, the government expressed by the retailers, WHEN MOTHER BAKED HER OWN BREAD .about the only joy she'got ont of.tlie operation the rdifh with which the family it as good as QUAKER BREAD relieves hor of all the work, the standing over the" hot wearisome ktiea-llng anil mixing and she derives the same benefit of family approval hct-Miso Iris as good as mother makes, as good-and nourishing. THE FAMILY WILL BE PLEASED WITH From first trust to the last crusUt.wfll be enjoyed. It's real, wholesome Imrity will aftort hody build- good navor wll( delight you-with any "Sproatl" It's tho hi-ead you'U iVant ai vour table. _ THE QUALITY IS ALWAYS IN QUAKER BREAD nt homo' mm is J-nrtinilnr and the small i.oy with tbe IKg appetite. tho product of the best takers, using th., t-rcatost pains ami materials. BAKERS Tho finance, mlntstei' was received wiA loud ciieers. He said" liat-hd did not deserve the thanks which Mr. Walters had ex- tended to him. "1 have not been getting thanks late- he said, "b'ut curses." After all ho was'only a glorified chore boy, who wasiiheir serraut. Tho memorial, which was presented to Sir Henry and read by Mr. Waiters, was a lengthy document and said that no'Other commercial class was in a nosit.ion to determine the needs and requirements "of'the retail trade than those engaged in It. Merchants' Suggestions Upward ot retail merchants operated In Cariaday far tlio lbrg-[ est commercial- class. No other class j WHS in as to knowj th'e feelmgs of ihe'public pulse. The memorial' pointed out objec- tions iq a anil to the of to placo In the the'retailers, tho iileal'sys- fern was. based .on thp-priacinle of jiay" and'one whereby II could' fie collected inV the simplest manner. Iu reading the" budget they noted' sixv'difierent Bystema of taxa- tion "wore' prorToseu: Customs, excise, laxhtto'nfon Eales, Income tax, lusur- ies tax and stamp Imd no coinmeni to offer on the custonis or excise lax. With regard tho tax on sales, tlie. wholesalers and manu- facturers It on to. the retailers. He was paying it out ot liis own poekeL With "regard to the income rctajlers expressed surprise lliat only was col- lectctl through this syBtem, and "it is evident that a great many persons are evading tax." Sessions Will Last Three Days in Winnipeg; 16 Discuss Road Betterment. WINNIPEG, Juna dele- gates present from eastern and vest- cm Cnnadii. tho seventh annual con- vention ot (lie Canadian Oood Heads Association opened here this morning. Sir Jaines Allans, lieutenant-governor of Manitoba, and Premier T. C. S'nr- ris the delegates on behalf ot Hie province. Mayor Charles F. Gray welcomed tho .delegates to Hie city. Among those taking tbc con- vention me llon.'F. 0. JSrigga, minis- ter ot Jifgh'ways, Saskalchetrnn; .1 .11. deputy minister of high- ways, Newfoundland, tho delegate to tlie convention who has travelled Uio longest distance; K. Parker, pre- sident of the Jefferson Highway Asso oiation, and I.uc.ia B. Allen, president jot tho Ontario Good Roads Associa- tion-. During three day conveniion, presided over Ijy S. L. Squire'of To- ronto, prcsitk-nt "of Ihe association, rroblem.i of Toad construction will bo (Ihcucacil by Canadian and Unllcii Btates oiperta. IT'S UNWISE io put offfo-day'i rJuty nniil to- morrow. Jf yonr stomAch is acid-dleturbtd take (he new aid Io digestion comfort today, A pleasant relief from the diBforafori of MADS: DV sccrrr 4 BOWNE MAKERS SCap'S E.1W5ION ALL HE iscuit the bran (so useful in promoting bowel movement) is retained and scattered akSwJ the filmy shreds of baked whole vtaat, forming iHe roost perfect of aQ cereal of these crisp and loaves with milk or DelipouswitK sliced bananas, or other fruits. MADE IN CANADA ams at .The early shoppers Wednesday; will 'b'e ie store. If you don' may Regret it. Bed Spreads WEDNESDAY MORNING "VVh'tto Honc.v Comb Quilts, ftiil siie. A qual- ity that, will stand the lanndrr and give" excellent Regular ?5.00. Wednesday o rip'' i-ts if eS ij Hood in: navy, tan from 5 to 14 years. Regular values Wednesday morning J Ladies7 Waist Bargains Lovely voiles, georgettes and crepo do chines, nssortcd shades find while. All sizes. Pretty styles. You will ivonder how .we can sell at this 4.85 SPEC1AL BAR.GAIN DAt'M ONLY Spring Suits Regular values up to Kfifto. Less than Half Price Wednesday Morning Double Damask Table Cioths Size GfaS3 inclica. Pure bleached, fine soft Quality, issortcd patterns, fuic enough for any table. Rcgula.7 values. morning only, Sale Price 4.58 MEN'S PURE CASHMERE MEN'S EXTRA QUALITY COTTON CAY Biack only. Seam- op V :''OOC leis, All sizes. Special All sizes. Trice, per pair All Our Finest Cloth Suits of Seige Tncotinc and Gabaidme, Which Means Suits for Suits lor JO Suits ipr you afford to pass up this opportunity to se.cure'a high grade fashionable suit at so small a sale all week. No Luxury Tax on suits up to ;