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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TUB LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE LETHBRIDGVt, ALBEHTA, PAGE The Rhypiing Optimist (By Aline Mlchaclk) Lethbridge Northern TrusteD Board Action lo y Election. BAKONS-CARMANGAY FAHMEIIS OUT OF IT Bui-ons-Carniousay farmers will not Oucu on a time the stubborn mule, with aspirations high, all crea- tures' ridicule, Vowed would sins or die. Ho paid: "You love tlio mock- ingbird; you think his songs fine; I ------L-----. but only wait till you have.heard some J melodies of mine." And then he prac-iMrs. Aimee Semple McPherson ilccd night and day wilh mulish, might and main, until his hcislibore moved could not stand Iho strain. Ho prucllcrd till thi> cutworm cut his throat la dire lie practiced till Miss }Uzol Nut 'became-a uut tor in Hits Out From the Shoulder. Lc-thbridge needs a good old time religious revival, In the opinion heard vou'll know clear. ho left to cope to thoui- nds were turned aivay from meeting tier meeting. Recent meetings held in Winnipeg vere ot a eliullar, calibre. On one oc- asion It was nec'essary to turn bsek leveu street cars Jammed wilh people n their way to her meeting, because, tho the building was then torr.e under the- I_ethbridgo Northern Irrigation scheme. Tills was plain at Ihu mooting of the board of i Tuesday when tbc petition from Mae- leotj district was ordered fcnvariled tvtho Minister of Public Works. Bf- This fable totes'-a-inoril, .too, just as old. Aesop's did: If singing's: tho best slant you do, why, to it, Jcld; but ri'ioriVtha l.lno'of this deluded 'mule's do hot make your Vl Wends '.repine: .singing trustees of the Lethbridge Northern schools! Although for brains most any1 gnat could pufycu on tho shell, 'do be a try to not been used to going to church. It Is. just like jfoJng into tho valley of dry bones. tbe people hero are hungry for the Lord's she continued In, an Interview this morn- Ing. Mrs. McPherson Is not by any Ineans disappointed with her" results gained BO far in Lethbridge. Sundaj night showed her plainly that Leth _ _ yourself. For those Tvho win to. bridge needs a good rousing revival forts ftfo'goiiiK lu be jiiaflo to liavo high es.lats, to friends anrt lands and (service, eho said and sineo then her llic preliminaries completed so that don't have: to stoqp- to imiUte; meetings been gaining Jn enthus the election over tho enlarged district -each ouo must be himself! _ (iasni. She resents the name given her can oe held near the first of Augast. ._... _i -i jof tho woman Billy Sunday. She does The petition forwarded to Kdraoiiton nr.ks permission for. tiio luclu'lliig the district n'orih of Macfeoil In the' Ixjtlibrldgp iCortierii Irrigation pro-i Public Works, and the Minister or Public Works and.th eMlnl.iter of the Inlerior'and the Irrigation council o' Alberta. That all these parties' will readily sau'clioa'this pclitlou is prac- tically sure but.the one worry is just how Ions this will Jake." Will Be No Delay Li .0'. CharlOi'-.vorth, deputy miuisler of public works and chairman of the Irrigation council, has given bis as- ounmco lhat no deip.y will lake jilaco in Kdtnonlon. The .I.-ethbridgo1 North- ern ititend lo proceed willt tbe pre- paration of the iispessment roll for tlie new dlstrlcl. This, it is expected, -will be ready- iu aboul ten days. It is hoped that by that time the official functions will baye been secured so; that the foils-caii bu issued immediately. Election About August 1 If the rolls can lie proceeded with without further, delay. Ihe Selection con be. held about August 1. TUere are n .number of pointy in regard'to procedure under the new hill that have to be cleared up by Ihe EMmqn- ton and in order to 'havo this doue as soon "as possible L. C. Cliark-sworth has been telegraphed Lo in Winnipeg, asking him lo jneet Ihe b'oard.df jtrustecs on.his lo worth is attending the good roads convention. The members of tbc .board. Mr. Chu'riesworth will he in bridge Friday. When Mr. Chorlesworth dots come there will be a round (able conference with the members (if tho board and a number of men interested In tho project.. The'. Barons' Decision IJ. C. BunVftp, 'of ;IJarous. attended tbe mcetins of the board on Tuesday and told of tlie to Iho irrigation project in his district. lie fell so about the turnlnE down of the project that lie announced his inten- tion of polling bis present holdings ami purchasing within the Northern Irrigation district. WELL, WHO DID GET IT! 't TORONTO, June The' Globe .this morning publishes the follow- ing dispatch from Hickman, Ky.: Hoy Shsuv, a, farmer living near Hlckmnn, took 200 pounds o! wool to HicJtman the other day which lie sold for 30 cents a pound, or for JGO. Then he. purchased a suit of clothes. fof: ilia' sou, anil found that the money he received for the ivool was just enough, to for ths suit. He says (hero aro about four pounds of wool in a suit, of clothes, and ou that basis, the woo! he sold nil! make fitly suite, which, at SCO a suit; would bring the seller Allowing one-half for" labor anil other materials going into- -the suit, somebody get a profit oj a 5CO iuve'stm'e'nt, he figures.-- Williani G. Mahaffy, barrister of not endeavor lo pull bff any stunts bu tries to win converts to tho Lord b> preaching the gospel hi a. fashion. "So many ministers are afraid to preach tho time religion. They feel they must teed Ihcir congf egaliora byslers or lose said Mrs. Me Fherson. "Many ministers are hiret This Is Message of Evangelist to Big Curling Ilink Crowd Last Night, "miuns Not Sufficient Evidence for Jury in-Case Against Norman Pratt. Spiritual enthusiasm ran high at the revival service In the curling riuk last FOKHM Further Regulations Returns Must Be in Triplicate With Sales-Slips Attached. Taxes under the resolution before the houso aie to tie classed according lo Instructions received at the inland revenue office here as follows: Lux- ury Tax, Manufacturers' Tax. Sales Tax. Luxury tax is payable on the 1st and 15th of every month. The on separate entry forms. That is to say, no entry will be accepted to cover more than one class ot tar, eveu ;hough the same person may be pay- ing on two classes at the same tlnie. Entries for luxury tax must be ;o and must be accompanied by the triplicate sales slips or invoices to which Iho entry refers, and an accept- night. 'Mrs. Almee Semple McPhcr-i taxes collected under each ot the class- BOU this morning pronounced it heries mentioned will have to bo .-shown most service ;.'el held In Lcthbridee. She preached on "The Two her text being. "Enter ye in at; the straight gate. for.wide is the gate and broad is tho. way- that leadelh to Matt. 7; 13. "Every man or woman Is either go- Ing on tho broad road or the narrow road. There is no neulrai position. You cannol'be a German one day and an ally the said Mrs. McPher- son during her sermon. "Dead lisa float down a .stream, but It takes a live fish to swim she continued. The old-time power, as In the days of Jonathau Edwards, John Wesley, Charles G. Kinuey and D. L. Moodio, are manifested In her revivals. "It "TWO PER CENT." BOOZE HAD 1'OWKRFUL'KICK The per cent, liquor, iviuth S. Brinkruitn averred was tho strength of the brew Libelled Capitol Club Rye. Iru i Itortod from SE. Paul, 51 ton., and which, was sent to Edmonton to tic mialyz has proved iu contain 75.26 of prboi KpirJt. lu Urn face of this, Brlnkman pleaded guilty to ity unlawful posses slon lor purposes of sale, ;it thc'eltj police court uu WednetnSay, and fined 5100 and costs. ed cheque or cash for the full amount v! the tux. KntrlcH for Manufacturers' Tax and for Salea Tax must be accompanied by a sworn statement of the manufactur- er or wholesaler to the total arcount of sales sbowii by his sales and tho. total amount, of tax due on the fame; or a certified statement of the chartered accountant iu the employ of manufacturer Or wholesaler to a like Plfect.; and vritii an accepted cheque or cash for the full amount ol the Ux. All entries are to be nlled out In triplicate- by the person jxaylng tho tax.. The sworn declarations called for may ue made before any Inland rev- enue officer (including temporary oGi- officer of customs, commlssionyr of the nigh court-of justice, or jubtky of ttia peace. The trial of Norman Pratt in E" to hell, you go ot your own Cardston hold-up case was concluded she said'( as; on Tuesday afternoon with a verdict "e fomented by lUnslraltons 1 of "Not Qullty" bv the jury on the During her talk last night ahe related grounds that there.was not sufficient f .lal? about a proslitnte's dea h She evidence. AddreBsIng the accused, his told how she haa worked with this girl lo win hor to Chvist wllhout success lordship said thai the vcralct ot In this corrohorale this. be .taken to heart .by him tor future guidance so lhat be should not allow. himself even to be placed In a position where, as in this case, a charge.could arras ot Savio.r Wllhout! be.preferred.against him.. The_court adjourned to reopen on Friday 'morn- NEW YORK FUNDS Ing. Ninely-eighl signatures ed on tho petition to have tbc district Included In the I.eUibriiiKe Northern and Ihirty-soven farmers flatly refused to sign tba pellticn. Out of elghty- tbrflo alisentcB .ownera who mil- ten to seven replied, only one offer- Ing power of attorney to sign tile pe- tition. The'.dislricl includes 2S2 quart- er sections and U7 owners nre absent, eomo of whom have not been located. Cbew, of tlie reported (bat lie. wilh Mr. II; I'. Keith, worked hard lo lint the petition orcf.'Orders were Issued by the board to' have flic survey party withdrawn from tiio district. The Sir Alesander Cliapttr. I.O.D.E.; nro arrangpnients for llio placing of blue marble stotics at the fool of every soliUer's grave iii IrfUihridse. The 'chapter will also paint tiie fences around the cemeteries. Each Kitib will bear tbe name of liie name of the chapt- er and the chapter's mptto: Wo Forget." Ten 'crs arc burled in the soldiers' plot at tho public eemeUry acd ;ii'o in family plots. FIv.j are burioil in tbe St. '.ine's cemetery and two in tlie Otbolic cemetery. ings and Kh distributed thousands ot bibles an trycls'. From the northernmoBt town of Maine to tl.o south of Florida Mr llcPiierson has toured by motor ca .In-every.city-she campajens makes a practice of visiting tiio red light'districts and the dance halls.'' On j i Saturday nights, does not i hold mc'etingE, sbe usually gets around j the city on a lour of investigation. ;co she MVOII many SEVEN MINERS KILLED IN RENNSYLVANIA MINE Pa., Juno i quolei! 'at SS.Oi. men were today reported to the bureau of mines.as having been an explosion in the mine of the Ontario Gas Coal Company r.t Uokcburg, Washington Pennsylvania. Olber reports iroiii ueightioriag..min-. Ing villages say 30 .or 40 nieri'liad lost their NEW YORK, Juno ex- change slrong. Demand cables {3.SC. Canadian dollars In Son Francisci ccnverts ati Barbarj'' Coast, which place she tc-rrns ns ono of the most i famous red ligiit districts of the 1T.S. Duiing some of her recent meetings I in the United Slates crowds have been] gi'pat that the police have bad dif- ficulty handling the traffic and oVer- meetings have bcea held. Iti Washington Mm. McPherson did not get much time for sleep, people en deavorinic to obtain interviews with her at all hours of tbe day and night. Ifer meetings there were held in the Methodist church which was taxed to capacity at iill meetings. Her meetings for healing were as successful 'as they conld be. At Oayton, Ohio, where Says Gen. Hogarth's i Resignation-Was Read THE'HANDSOME .STONES On view here- are r.ot PO ex- pensive as yon 'imagine. We prepare thoni when no lin- mctiiale orders :iT5 031 hand. Lelhbridge Monumental EIGHTH STREET SOUTH AnTIHJll, Onl., June r- representative of the Canadian iy Press, Kon. Harry minister of mines in the Ontario cabinet, staled he had heard Ihe resignation'of Ocn.i for Port Arthur, rend! al a cabinet-meeting Saturday in! Toronto. He suggested that the mat- ter be referred to the premier or any cabinet minister for confirmation, add- ing: "It will all como out In duo time." I OAVLIGHT TRAIN WELt PATRONIZED Tucsrlny, June Isl, marked the rc-eslabliahmcnl1 of a day- light passenger service on tha Crow's Nest Drancli of Iho 0. P. from Lelhbridgo lo Cran. brook. This train was cancoll- cd six years ago, and was off for Iho whole poilod ot the war. Its resumption is appreclaled by tba bfg farm- ing and mining population west C- of JIacleod. The row train promises