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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920 THE UJTHBRlDfiE DAILY HEIUTJJ PAGE THIRTEEN Request for Edmonton and Ottawa llrtags Out Winaoit General Assembly. OTTAWA, Caoatrfea qneftlon of whether For- ward MOTMMfit shooM Be to lid la iMmonton and Ottawa caused some of most spirited discussion which has yet taken place at the jweral assembly. Both Dr. J. W, Milne, prin- cipal or the Ottawa Ladies' College, and Dr H. D Keith, WwtmtnsUr Col- lege, Edmonton, strongly their respecUYS institutions The country is strewn with the bones of defunct Presbyterian col- declared Dr. Keith-la an appeal In support -of motion first made by .Dr. MOM thai tfce Ot Ladles' College and the Edmonton college He said 'that the Methodists can bwety from Forward Moremtat to their schools end colleges In tie well Dr.'Milne also made a forUMir.'plea for the Ottawa college. -In the end It decided to matter-to a special committee which Trill report back to the assembly, '_ ReT. A.'-J. Turnbull, -Toronto, Ques- tioned whether the. thanksr offering fund could be deroted to the ask- ed. He said the-money was collected for specific purposes and 'shonld be so used. He thought that a recommenda- tion; to be made sopaiately to do something'for tho colleges. ..Dr. the matter shubfcd their Ifopbr Ho: said the T education o! ladles 'ot. the hi ehe s t Need Scholarships Rev Dr Milne presented the repori ot tie year ol the Ottawa Ladles' Col logo, showing that the'last MJAT had been ono.of substantial progreis. The report submitted Dr Milne says Jt that'th? jilnlatsn M to eojor tkVtuErtU o! Plu> are BOW 'for th'e re- moVst of debt kit been a "fnoito, to UM 'collage." 'J; A. K. on to ,'aiy" that irere being- ued for the education ot rich men's poor men's, came from )le, not only in Britain, but throughout .he empire. Issues Congratulations They had not reached tho end pi their work, but he congratulated them on what they had already accom- plished, and also 'on the great work ot their. The duchess and ha'hail visited, many distant parts ofithe had beep, impressed >lth .the Influence md power good .the Presby- part the Donitn- )6a recorded in a ihe UI> eofild look for tu future, and Canada peopled with could si i hope to tee a' floor. Ttw Data's _ of hli! oj JMrcoataire, (OTaraoc-Keoera! ot Canida, to the geoenl assembly ot Pitwbytnlan Church-on Saturday morning mtch appreciated, his in sympathy wJtt Ihe tatorh being under- tafcw hy oimrch Eli tn >tat I ft-was a happy coincidence that tV. aueaMy year in Ot K him the pleuure and ot appearing tho gathering in penon. At of the King in Gapada, his excellency said that he strongly apyreclaUd the note ot op- tijQlsn iihrooajbovt .prer saeriwi to him. deeply tmsibte ot the words of loyalty and derotkm used in connMtloc wltti Kia Majeny address had stated, the recent rlslt of tie. Prinoe of-Wales to Canada and to other portions ot Dominions ranch to Cement all of His excellency went on to refw'to men; and women: vHh tradiUons of the past. No .were more of creatinc thaf atmosphere Tor of the world than the church, to guidance of HcVopinloa, K' sey. that the church was thtj greatest guaraia- Ue bad tor. the future. In con- clastoD, the paid tribute to the part which the Presbyterian church had played In Forward MoTemeot. and closed by thanking the assembly for..Us reception and wishing them alt IU great work. the recent Prince rlBlt .Canada ot the He amid that he wan one ot ttu greoitst erer sent out by ..Great Britain, he was :noi ioffidaUy' an -antewtdor, bat a representarire ot tte Prince had done nnch to Htrengthen the position which the Amnwl CIRCUS DONTS Don't torget the date, JFufie 9th Duo't lite for the wkkh leave show- grounds at Don't try to kid the elephants; tbey hare lived a long time, travellod and are wise old olrds Don't make 'tun ot Ixa'.ai, the hippo, cauce of her complexion; cant go to the drug store whenever she wants to. Don't try to keen from laugh tag at the 'clonn; yoor head off; no body will blame you. Don't scream when Mabel grabs the tiger; it she Is doomed, screams will not save her. Don't fall to give Al G. Barnes credit tor having the best "wild animal cvrcua yon ever flaw Don't 'tniwr nd -lemonude .and the -circus don't coine often Don t hurry throOKh menagerie, tale your time; there Is Sot to see, hear ntid Dr. McKujr'Js holding an in into 'the number of deaths ta the Sarnla Oeneral Hospital, Bald Ihrone held In the hearts ot the peo- to due to infection. pto- iuto the atta- flrjl at.tte.-aaolBai ot the cfcjircJi.... t jlaUiy, B.A.; Jak. H Oarten. H9.M. A_ Victor Q.'-liareoatabe, H. A Join William Olirer, Thosnas J IMgar f Fred K. N H, 8 Mo- Donald and Elmer A Belknap 'Rsr G H CMiWedick and W A. Smith aeiiverwj the sermoua on tnrs oecacion. fonowiot is Hit b( Uy io <6nfersocc: Medkhie Hit disbrfct Arehte Gate, Frank Kirk, C. Weetfjate, John Kennedy, Mrs J Flood, Xrs T Tajlar, K A Andrews LethbriSge J H Errera, R. J Kqnaan, W F Kemper, VUw Thora'joknmom, W. II. W. M. Harrej- Harris, Peter- Tick- ler, Oordom Sou, R G Newton, i r Brown, T H. Wynian Orr, A F Bsrbridee. P. Presleyi Mrs H. Peten, Mrs: W. T. Toung, Mrs. P. W Jf WHaliett High T. Hallelt, Ai B. H. K. J. 'Jflollli, C. H.-Horrand, D. Dlayney, C B. Spencer, O. f. Smith.' Calgary W. Goddard; G A Horthfleld, W H W.' G.'Hnnt, H. T. Jarrett; Dr A.VM. Scott, Mrs. A. M. Scott, J. Adama, G. H. Gordgji, W. W.-CannadnBi, Tf. T. J.-Monroe, J.-BL.Balton, L. C. Histt, D. PalUrson, PaUeraon, T.'Van- 'Rod E. Payne, Jas, A. Yoomuis, F. W. Ronald Pye, rfre B Allison, C A Mra. H. V.r. Brown. Joseph. Smith, A. Dregger, W, A. SmUigie', Georgo Hogers, J. W. Bradley, H. M. Saunders, B. Spear. H. Cabes, Thos. Gray, W. T. A. Walk- er, W. -A; McLaujhHn, A. ftirrow; A. W. l.yita.i', O.-H. Alexander, Edwin Church. Corpnathin E. T. Bchragg, B.