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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE THE LEfHBWDGE UAlLY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Cold; Giving Way to Real Several Hip Land Deals. (From Our Own PINCHER CHEEK, June The today Is delightful, the seed Ing is nearly all finished and the out- look Is very gooJ. Tha cold Is grad- ually giving place to bright sunshine, and the leaves on '.the coltonwood along tho creek bank ere beginning to expand. We still have considerable frost at nlglit and this Is not good for grain. Wo have had lota ot moisture, and with warmer weather tho district will be certain of a crop.- Timothy fields are looking well, considering tho lato spring. The Meed siuatfon la now solved! cattle are Woman of Kalispell, Montana, Throws Away Crutches 'as Mrs. McPheraon Prays for Her. to belter, and arc all It Is now Friday afternoon and the long-looked-for divine healing service has it last arrived. One alter another they-rise aad give their rinsing testi- monies, concerning the power of Ood to heal the body. The people are leaning forward In their seats. Every faca Is turned expectantly toward the pulpit. The ushers have placed niost of the sick in the front rows. Judging from the list ot addresses, about hall of them aro from points outside ol Lethbrldge. A large crowd of specta tora aro In attendance. Two..loca' ministers arid a doctor or two are ob- served sitting eidtedly In the suburb; for tiinothy hay and oats, for horses. The government aro said 16 have taken over that wonderful road from Plncher station to the town of Pincher Creek, and are said to have forty teams.hauling gravol neit week, to make a thorough Job of this road. report be well founded. A land deal ol ccnslderable Import- ance was put through tiers ;z or two Mr.'iPels, Hanson., sold his farm of 2500 acres to.Mr.' and Mrs. Peck, of Pmcher fnero'ls 700 acres iff wheat on the farm look- ing fine arid a full slock of machinery. was considerable over We wish the new owners of by tho name ofTVre. Holland, of kalis- pell. Mont, carae.isjawlj' up. jtlded by a crutch. The .fcyibgetlstj revere.aUy prays for her "Oh, Lord Jesus, we believe that thbu are just the si mo today. We taqw. f hat them art able to make this dear wciaan whole (rout very juncture the mon; slowly' at1 flrstj made a stop for- ward without her crutch, then leaving this; splendid ranch every success In their- TbYfe flai being sown In tho "dislrjct. 'Mr. 'Joa Maxwell, Sum- merview, is putting in about SOO acres, and cipccls 15 to 20 bushels to the acre. x The; irrigation surveyors: a re expect- ed to begin their time now. Mr. -ChHstenson has. sold his ranch two idlles; south of to -Mr. Far- sons': i The' price boing close to ?50 per acre. Thi'Kingsley ranch, north of Pincli- er Station-, contalning..about 3rsec- sold lately- jt a good Lhe "miracle woman" to appear. Thrill Intensify as tie renownei revlvalls steps Id the front of tho platform Eagerly the hungry people drank in the Word "as It falls from the sacred page: 'He was wounded for our transgres- sions, He was bruised foriour iniqui- ties; the1 chastisement of our peace was'laid unon by Ills stripes Isi. ttiaTWrif'slck." "Himself took bur infirmities and bore 'our Whilst on this earth, declared Almee Semple McPherson, the chief business in the ministry of our Lord was for- giving sin and healing the Elck. ITha two were not divided, but went hand in hand. They should walk side by side and know no division today. Jesus came to destroy tho works ot the devil. On Calvary's cross, He bora not oily our that dire result of r Christ Is the Great Physician for body, soul and spirit. It Is lie forgiveth our Iniquities and uealeth all our diseases. When thft multitude pressed upon tho Lord in'lhose days of old, Ho had compassion on them. His great heart ot lore yearned over them 1n tenderest. pity. None were too weak, loo sinful, too sick or de- formed for Jesus to love, cheer, com- fort and heal. None were '.ti such darkness but that He could bring them 1o light. N'ono so sorrowful aofl ffllcted that He could not bring them to happiness and health. The last commission of our Lord to Ills disciples holds good today and has never teen rescinded. The com- mission was, "Go" Into all the world and preach the gospel to every crca signs shall follow them that believe. In My Name they shall cast out demons, they shall speak with new shall lay hands on the sick and they shall" recover." t And now, dear heart, remember that Jesus sees you., Ho Is looking right down Into your sees your thoughts, your motives and Intents. Be honest with. God. Be Honest with me. Be honest with yourself. The Altar Call That's it, brother, don't wait a ute. Come, sister, that's right, don't he ashamed of the tears. Come as you i "Here bring your wounded heart, your anguish. Earth hath no sorrow That heaven cans't not Ah, here they come, Jesus, they aro coming to you now. "Who could re- sist such unfathomable love. As the choir is singing softly, "Tho Great Physician Now Is Near, the Sym- pathizing the altar fills up with the sick and sobbing. A 'second row of benches are quickly placed in hef ;crutcn behi and- down the a! briskly up up the steps of Braising the re- minding ono of the man at the beauti- ful gate, who, when prayed (or by Peter and John, went leaping through the God. Another boy by the of Muuroe, whoso ad- dress is (16 Itth St. N., of this city, was for. cratches behind. BUOOET SYSTEM FOR U. S. LIKELY Juna After It had been amended to meet President Wilson's objec- tkms, the bill to establish a na- tlonal budget system Julyd, was re-passed today by .the house and sent to the senato. He also left his Many others wore prayed lor; eoffl? testified to partial relief, and others complete recovery. Among these was Sam D. ColtLs, of Alta., who claimed deliv- erance frooi rupture. Many other claims were made which cannot bo authenticated until further Investiga- tion is made. next divine healing service- wilt ba the. coming-Wednesday afternoon. Most Intense-interest Is being mani- fested because.of many apparent heal- ings, and great eicltemenl is anticipat- ed. The evangelist will relate the story her life tomorrow night at the-i curling JAPANESE MOVE TO MEXICO TOKIO, March Indication of an Increased Japanese population in Mexico are pointed ou the newspapers here- as a result o the proposed: re-establishment ou order silent and skilful ushers. Tears, Eacre'd learn, are flowing down ;ahd splashing on tho'floor.'. One lady Fraser River, Once Great Sockeye Ground, Fished Out VANCOUVER, "B.C., Jnno _ runs of Bockeye. salmon In tho Fraser' the'.greatest salmon river 1nvthe longer constitute aj great declared J. P. Babcock'.! assistant commissioner of fisheries for I British Columbia, addressing the Cana- dian Fisheries Association convention here. The Fraser is he said, and this condition menta! record" of man's .folly and greed The onlj redeeming feature Is that It is noMoo'late to take steps .0 restore to its former greatness j Tnj" First of July sports whlr'j by tho Rink company are Eoirig bo the best ever The horse- racing and every other. kind of racing are beinff arranged and Mr Me Callj'ol Calvary, the famous dyiatpr, is ti jpnt-pn several stunts. ofEi'nfze''dVband are working hara to put'up.'good music for this occasion. from Front Page) m i termiriattpn since all Its arc available. 4aiterisloB of th'c) order throughout the coiititjiy' is considered possible. -.3-- Sfps't -Of the attacks by raiders afgj carried.out at night and it is believed _.. ot raiders pro'venied or followed up more easily If, fisj in Berlin, every person out at night were liable to arrest. .'.f 53 Lloy'd Gee-roe Takes Stand LONDON, text of Ere: Lloyd George's 'conversations. witfi the National Union of Railway- men's leaders regard to the refusal of Irish railwaymen to handle, mu'nilinns, was made, public thls.aftornoon. It shows that the pre- mier. 'Characterized the movement as one Articulated to influence political de- cisioii'8, the ordinary machinery of'the EtatB.'but by bringing pressure to bear through the threat of disorgan- izing ,tbe industries of this country, to offect; which up to'lho pres- ent, the electorate of'this country has not sanctioned.' Th6 premier Is a ser- ious- Issue-. I should-'wegurd It as a complete abdication of tho government If I w6rc in the least to countenance this '48 Police Murderer! Mr. George declared there murders of police and 120 altsinptcd murders in .Ireland within a shfjrt time. -The asserted, wftrelshot down like' vermin. continued: "They were shot.'down In street.while carrjr the elemeutarjrV.dnty of any preserva- tion of order. sent a" box ot're- volvers.across to tnesc men to defend their ijves anil the trade unlori comes nnd ..'viys: 'If you do this, 'we will stop th'e whole traffic of. Ireland if cannot possibly decree Issued by any body hofrcvcf powerful that body may he which .denies to the government llio facllfllqs which It regards rig 6sscntia for. out the fiincliorjs; for whlchjil was chosen." irloh'Strikers Unfavorable LONDON. June. 6 tlio IMiblin strikers lowaKd: thfc'-snE Kcstftm ot James Henry Thomas, gen oral secretary of Ihe National Union of TlaUwcymeiT, lhal the men TS lo work peutllrtg Hip. congress which Is to consider tho Irish workmen' refusal to handle munitions, appears unfavorable, according lo a Dublin dis- patch to the London Tlmca.'The strike commltlec, tho dispatch states. His- culsed tho situation tnst night, but no statement wss issued, 11 Is expect- ed! the matter will lake a definite- turn today. Tho, Times message -remarks Ihat, whllo refusal of the triple alliance siippprt would kill any ordinary slrko. in Ireland, this Is nowise cer- tain as regards Ihla case. The principle involved. It Is sold, is uphold by rallwnyinen throughout the coun. try! and by n vast hcdy of popular opin- ion, The prospect of goltlng money and support Is nlso declarer! to tin good. Instead of tea or coffee a cup of that healthful 1 beverage INSTANT POSTUM TRe favor this pleasant table drink is constantly winning from ne users; commends it pr. 'Reason CATTLE DIPPING We arc prepared io flip any number of caWle oa June 24th, the official date. Dippings Arrangements can made for dipping borses. P'AUL MADGE SON SEC- 9-3-15 MILK RIVER' -r April 1 ot tho portal money order Japan and that couu- ry. The American, designation of dol- litry and. .qents .will be used aiid, tbo amount ol a einglo order win be ited to not more lhaa (100. OCllVIfS MAKES WHITEST-BREAD, THE LIGHTEST PASTRY AXD RorMKWRDiou) MOST APPETIZING CAKES ALL GROCERS- ASK F0.1 AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK, BEST ANO ECONOK-, ICAL RECIPES. POOR FUR CATCH DAWSO.V, V. 5.-Royal Canadian Mounted Police constables whn Tfilur'ttcrl from fhe Arc- tic! report a poor fur calch Hits j-car. Norma Talmadge Knows A Good; Thing Like thousands of other people who realize the value of a soap that disinfects while it cleanses, Norma Talmadge, the famous screen star uses and praises I I Entail fflM HEALTH; LIf EiuOT SDAP Think of the hundreds of germ-laden things your hands touch each of the value of having the pores of the skin really clean. Then get a cake of Lifebuoy and let its copious lather make your skin glow with health, too, and you will eay wilh Noniaa "I thoroughly enjoy gives (he skin the.protection everyone needs." Lifebuoy Soatiit told at all fad troters and sttrts, LEVER BROTHERS TORONTO LIMITED "The Story My Life" BY Annie SemplJH McPherson LADY EVANGELIST AT THE Eyennig, ,'.'CHILDHOOD, INFIDELITY.'CONVERSION, CALL TO THE MIN1ST- RY, MISSIONARY TO CHINAt MIRACULOUS HEALING, ETC." INTERESTING.FROM THE FIRST "PRAISE THE LORD1' TO THE LAST "AMEN." AT THE LETHBR1DGE STOCK REPOSITORY 308'SECOND AVENUE SOUTH L WILL BE HELD ON' Saturday, (Next) June 12th ONE O'CLOCK P.M. The following livestock will be sold to the highest bidder: 1 hay geldins, 10 years old, 1500 Ibs.; 1 hay mare, 10 years old, with foal, 1430 Ibs.. 1 roan: mare, 8 years old, wlUi foal at side, weight 1500 1 bay marc. IS years old, foal at side, weight 1260 IDS.; 1 bay gelding, S yeajs old, weight 1200 Ibn.; 1 black mare, 7 years old, weight 1150 lire.; 1 brown 4 years old, weight 1150 IBS.; 1 biwvn mare, 2 years old; 1 brown yearling fUlv; 1 team well Anatcued black geldings, 5 and G. years weight 2800 Ibs.; 1 xlark team, 4 9 years old, 2SOO Ibs., sound and good to work; 1 hay team, 5 and G years old. weight 2SOO sound aud good to work; 1 grey gelding. 4 years old, 1200 Ibs.; sound and good to work; 1 saddle mare, 0 years old, 1200 Ibs.. 1 2 year old colt; 1 gray mard (good brood 1 black mare, well, broke; 1 dart mare, 7 1 3-year-old and 1 2-year- old, unbroken; 2'yearlings. Also'' :i; purpose hpysesj- From 5 tc S years old, in good condition and yell broke. Also 2O Head of good milk 'Some wi'li calves at sido, One Moline Wagon, Good as New; One Good Set Harness. STOCK BUYERS MAKE. A POINT TO .ATTEND THIS- IMPORT, 1 _' FRANK A' MARSH, Auctioneer.' Clerk. LETHBRIDGEiQ WEDNESDAY, JUNE IMPORTANT OF' AL G. BASHES' CHALUENGE CROUP ON MONDAY S ON THE PREMISES; filO EIGHTH COMMENCING-.'AT. A.M. FRANK is FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTION'S BY i MRS. CAROLINE PALMER; THROUGH HER ASSIGNEE; TO SELL BY AUCTION. AS ABOVE. THE VERY SUPERIOR-HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS'INCLUDING baize-covcrcil, roverSb'sido forming chess table; fumed oak, cano panelled, cnblncL; loiingi! clialr In crimson :i pair of DEN ClIAIllS In strlpc'l denim liarijijr inoac c'rclonnc covers; SOL.1I) WALNUT slnjiil; a'nuanltly den rug !n 'Orienlfil colors; COHIMIIIA fAt-Kl.VG JIACIIINB, mnliogrmy inot wllh .records; pppossum rug; fumed oak hall tablo wltli lliroo drav.-cr; 'official mail (framed) ehowlug frontage of Slii Brlgado.'-C'J'lr'., covered aerial'photographs.of tho hittlo of Vlroy nltlge; print of B. Gladstone, framed; complete HBUROOM SU1TB IN CniM'Nt twin beds complete; largo dresser find stand. (able and chair; CHILD'S IJKU- ROOM SETT with bod, rlrossliig loblc. chiffonier, dressing table, bench'a'liri dccn'raiod with "Mother IfTibbard" IraprinU; 9x12 lirussclls Carput; severa] whito fiuimcl incdlrlno Con- tinuons post bed conlptcto wltb coll springs and felt Dial- Ircss; wicker dialr; oval occasional; table'Iri mating- magnfficent tVALrN'UT JiEBnoqM SUITE, compristiig bed "with.springs and nslcrmoor. liiatliess; mnsslvo'flrcsserj chiffonier solid.walnut geni'.4 ciiiffonief; vc-ry hardsomC; library taMft" In filmed ofik; folding cnnl tiiblc; fiimftil oal( arm chair; AM, OVPiTl TAPKSTliY OIlAlll' with "loose. cover; several liandaomn liraas jdnllnifrrcs; .window curtains, drapw and por- tieres; Inrjjp Ir.tli.i riiMior pbjlf, OCCASION'- Mi TADLH; largi' bfjokcnso; rcAidng Ifiinp; TlicrTnos nulcmolillo outfit; tin litnis; clec-irlc iron; "Ca'lillic" BMfXJTaiO set- of Iloy.il cliliu: other itoms of fjspni.slvn cliiunwnre, vasofl. refriKernlor; ihcaL or nil kirtils; oulaitlc effocts, and inflijy smaller Hems. A Prompt 'Attendance Is- Respectfully Requested. TEftMS CASH PHONES ;