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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1020 PAGE THIRTEEN Took tq That I pressed By DistricVMett- ing .The Lelhbridgel district' Methodist meeting has been up by the provincial conferenco In the inatler o! Ihe resolution it passsd asking the pro- vincial diligent Iu In rles tho following Tho Alberta .Methodist Conference, llouihiy. aflerdoou. viewed with grave -alarm Ihe Increasing tendency on the part 'of Alberta people to devote tho toe umys Day chietly to recreation during the summer months and regarded that practice a.s a ser- ious (penaco to the Corals am) spirit- ual Itfc.of the nation.. ..The .committee on Social Service aud Evangelism re- porting lo conference through its sec- retary, Rev. K. S. llishup. made several .strout: recommendations which were ,'laler Adopted. The Spiritual 'employment of the first of the.week bud made it s grciit rock in the face'of a driving materialism, behind which tho v.-euk, HIHI the ones-driven elieUer. Shall we have i shall we let it Thfs" was a chal- lenge Churclx which-exists to preserve and develop Spiritual .value In Community life. Tlie conference noted witii" gratili cation Ihe nomic thought -and action 'In the ill rectlon of a weekly rest day for all -as being a necessity of- ant Ihe .universal'custtfhriiriVortg.all civil ized Cations to makji Sunday that day Amid; the destruction wrought bj the .one '.jjreat historical.-InstiU: tlon has emerged stronger Jhan "eve in the 'favor of Mic- Western Tiations iminely, the day of rest, tind (ho prin ciple of periodic reel has been ciiun ciaicd in the program of the Supjcenx Kcoiiomtc CouncilOit the. fereiico. r Deep regret felt that tlt6re I evidence of increasing dlsresaru'io the. Lord's Day the rlira districts of .alid tilthpug agricultural operations luivo uteri' di laycd tlie late spring, there was n justification fov the wide spread farm ing operations on Sunday. This habi chiefly, thphgh'b iso entirely, to persons wh have cc'nic recently to the 'prpvl'nc could {be'diebked and'pracUcally ,olii inated if Iho Provincial police wer Jh .this.regardj.and it was suggested .that' in the rural districU referrer] s; (JJ of the i. Albert.! by aVprirtriioiU- f6 issue warning against infringements -against tho lord's-Day-.Act, and report lo.tlipir beeh heeded. was also the'Honorable. tereuco the genera! botrd. iliuts- ters X. R Priestly and A. B. Lloyd; Lay Mrs. U O. Mc- Klnney and II, Itivcrs. .Representatives' appointed to At- tend annual meeting ot board. Mrs. L. 0. McKinney; Alter- nate, Dr. 1. 11. Rivers. Conference treasure of Evangelism and social service fund. W. il. Irwiu, Representatives' on social service council ol Ministers. 0. O. Webber. Jas. Coulter, N. i'. Priestly, A. K. LloyO, E. S. Bishop; 1-ay repre- sentatives, Mesdames L. C. McKln- ney and Nellie McClung, Slessrs. C. 11. Cudmiiigs, Dr. A. K. Archer. Dr. H. Rivers. Alternates: .Ministers, .i' 11. Irwin. II. ISosoinworth. CbaB. Ishop, W. T, Young, A. Richard; jiymen, Dr. Little. Dr. Stanley, W. Hunt, B. M. Matson. J. McBvaoa. District secretaries o! Evangelism nd social Medicine Hat, D. llfchard; H. Bosom- HigU River, J. V. Howcy; Cal- a.ry. J. P. .BSrry; Red .Deer, G. O. Webber; Youngstown. T. It tons- ale; Stettler, T. Edgar Armstrong; Ghas. Bishop; Camrbse, G. K. Kardisty. J. C. Godiland; .N. 'P.vPrlestly; Edmon- on .H. Irwin; Edmonton Peace River, J: N. Smiley; lyamont.'C.-W. W. llcss; Ver- milion, J. Nightengale.' Dr. A! S. Tuttle ol Alberta College was. AlherU's rcprcaentfu ive at Bcuraeiilcal conference in Eng- aitd October, conference most-imnortant In Meth- odism and niB.ets.ouly every Icn years. Half a Pineapple For One Dessert In Jiffy.JtH desserts fruil fla. >ors are abundant. For jastance, a pineapple is crushed1 fo make the Bivor one pint dessert. Thij is done in Hawaii froni fruit too ripe to ship. All ftujt flavors ire made trom condensed fruit juice. They come in [iquid botlle in vach package. Thjttistrue of no other guicfc gelatine dtsserl. A few cents will serve i real-fruit dessert for sis people. No artificial flavor, no saccharine. It is Ihe most fruit dessert available, and it conies iu ten choice flavors. People's Forum ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IN U.S. Editor Herald: that your numerous readers In Iho "Last Great West" tlon of things may in a general way bo looked upon as a re-actloD [roin the great war which bas recently de'solat- ed the 'earth, but there 'are other canses which, must be rettoiied with, if a diagnosis is to made, and an adequate explanation given. This widespread unrest, unmistake- ably rcvciUs the solidarity of the race, that all tlie nations arc so linked to- gether, today more than ever before by steamship, telegraph and aero- piano, that' what pltecls one nation, directly or mdUejrtly every, blher nation on the face of Ihe earth. The result Is that we-are feeling the effects of tho unrest, Uie paralysis pf business, the chaos, the poverty, and suffering whteli'more largely prevails Kurppe., Our immigration lavs In the past have been defective and feeblj' enforced, allowing'millions of foreigners: from the south and mid- of land upon.our shores, some of whom wera of. the Illiterate antl._vici-. ous, with false ideas of liberty'; and iitle respect for Iniv or order, and with their revolutionary ideas, a men- ace' to 'our civilization: These people do net want to assimt- latc, they desire to relain their owh language, their own nationality, their1 own, crude imperfect codes -of. moral- ity. Our franchise we note further has been tod extended, so much" so that the more illiterate- find it easy to pass the 'required examination. They, moreover, marry early, have large families, and in a few years UNDOUBTEDLY THE GREATEST SAVING OPPORTUNITIES YOU WILL MEET WITH DURING THIS ENTIRE SEASON AWAIT YOU AT CLARKE'S STORE ON FRID AY AND SATURDAY. J; r ,'v v'! IS THE QU OF OUR ENTIRE the offenders. prosecute: such In some rural districts in the south the -formers signeil petitions, to .the Honorable, the Attorney General, urging upon ;Che rtiilf enlojKempnt of. the-nct; and like action could be oltialneil frSm th'o farmers, in other parts ef the province if such is de- sired.'The Lord's Day Alliance will be glad to furnish forms ot petition. The resolution of free speech, was also conimeTitwI on by body and it was recommended that the department of social service and evangelism bo asked lo promote .the organization of an informed healthy opinion concerning the righl? and ob- Jigfltlons of citizenship.- The Lcthbridge district asked for a declaration of policy in regard to i the People's Church movement, 'and it was recommended that the confer- ence reaffirm the belief and policy of the last Kcnenil conference regarding Ihe christianizing nf The' oconoraic order and proclaim its willingness to preach and promote that view of-life and policy in any and every group ot who will accept, the ministry of tiic church. The following appointments were jnade hy Ihe confcrenco Would be Interested in recent happen- 'Inga in-the East we would crave por- mlMtoit'Ihrough your columns to re- cord's few impressions regarding present conditions in Iho1 older part of Uncle Sabi's dominions, with which, commercially, i-aciaiiy and socially we are so closely Jinked. At tho pre- ap know thdre la a widely pre'val cut'unrest in which wo ju Canada-from our 'close proximity necessarily share. Strikes, those civil as they have been" justly term- e.d which', are such blots in our Chris- arraying as. thoy. do-, qapitajistj against laborer in deadiy feud, have been numerous, over having taken place in the state of Kansas alone during the past yoari race rluUihav.c frequently occurred of late; crime is on the increase..-'The police department 'in the large according to good "rotten and demoralized." 144 premeditated murders were committed' in Chicago last year. 'In 76 of these cases, no ar- resl made. Bolshevism lias in- its -dark, seeds of anarchy and rebellion. I'rofUeer- "on- an unprecedented "'sculn Is rampant, keeping prices still scaring, so lhat the poor man with n large family and smalt wage finds U dim- cult to keep the wolf from. the door. The'erstwihle 'boasl Uiat the United States is a land of pre- eminently the -poor man's land has lost its meaning. The gulf between rich anij poor is growing wider. The n'cti inanf it is is, growing richer and the poor man. poorer, and now the preaidentittl election is agitating the public mind aud convulsing tho nation from centre to circumference. To add to the confusion the Irish question is brought Into politics, so that the humiliating spectacle Ja presented, of Keiniblican and Democratic each angling for the Irish Catholic Ameri- can vote, -lo boost himself into office even at tho riak of sacrificing tho peace nnd good will which lias so k-ng nnd so happily cxlatod between Great Uritfiin And the United States, and possibly precipitating the horrors recolvo and enjoy the franchise. The result will be that in a iew genera- tions tlie law-making power will in- evitably pass into their bands, and they shall become masters of the country. The race problem, it Is to ue fur- ther must be taken into account us a factor In bringing about tho present disturbed situation! There are 13.00lf.00t> negroes in the go'ulhe'r'n State's, with -whom the whites will r.ift assimilate; they have their sep- arate schools, separate -churches and EeparatS, ".railroads.r jlarria'ge be- tween ItlaWi anil white :Is practically prohl'lilled, the.result beins.'that, the negro race is propagated and per- petuated so that in two or three gen; eratlons. Ihcre .will ne'grdes to reckoii' linririg the late M-ar negro soldiers won consid- erable; distinction for bravery, and this espected-on their return lo be treated with something of tho same respect and consideration as that accorded to their whlto fellow- soldiers. Their expectations were dis- nppointed nnd they "have- shown-Ihelr very.decided fashion, as seen in the negro iMots, which have taken place in St. Louis, Washington, and just recently in Virginia, where a regiment ot regulars had to be sum- moned to (q restore--order and prevent further bloodshed and slaughter. They have ol late shown an inclination to align themselves with the Bolshevists, or extreme radi- cals who are causing such trouble in many of our cities and centres of population, and their secret propaganda aro seeking to undermine the principles of the cpnsUlu'tjofu A like feeling of Uepresentativcs from Alberta con-jot another war. No doubt this condi- Better Quality And Worth More TOASTIES THe superiority; of these improved corn flakes win immediate recognition because of more attract- ive flavor, firmer texture and greater satisfaction in nourishing value. "Vbu'li like these best of all the alterations to the interior of pur store. i The enthusiastic boosters of this Sal are the women who have bought most liberally and come most frequently to share m the wonderful savings it affords, and this is the most conclusive evidence we can offer ojfjthe genuineness of the savings and of prices which, as have stated before, are actually less than pres- ent replacement values. i of lale manlfesterl. Japs in California, have been-Rented thp righta of -and -like ttio' egro, treated aa an inferior race. The Isbor problem IB slill uoslio." and .still awaits solution, i a recqnt-.utterance -of President ompers, he insisted that the right lo trikc, and that of colleclivc bargain- ng, must ba sine qiva nons, ere ermanent peace for tho f-Jture .could c guaranteed. Some adjustment ot irescnL 'difficulties must certainly ako place, In Uie near future 1C nar- iony is to be established between aborer and" capitalist, if our indus- rles arc not to be completely paralyz- 6, nml Iho whole bnslness of thfi coun- ry brought to R standstill. We are that Canada both East anil Vesl, has her own problems to solve, iut they are iv.tich Icsa numerous and ess complicated than those of the Jnited States. Wo have not thp orcigH elcrncn't lt> contend our: jopulaiioii is more hemogeuepns. We lave a stabler form of government f and heller enforced laws. hnvei more cqunl distribution of ivealth than our soulhern neighbor, .onr, mense. wheat fields arc being settled cultjviiled cbiedy Anglo-Saxon icoples who arc flocking to our shores tbo 'norlh and norLhweslern of Kurope. as also from the ru H tales who possess those sterling virtues of head nntl heart for thoy have always been distin- and ivilli our vast more fully developed our commerce expanding Find I'.xlcndfiig, our pqpula- linn furl her increased, by (3csirablb mmigranls. fililiifi' pro-' iuct'.s, working our indusirica mid tilling our fields, niul Hie SI. river anil route, from lake (n sea made avail- able for our ships for the trans1 povlalton of our Western grains, coal, fruit and fish, we may courageously look forward to a future of greater prosperity and grander achievement future in which our most glowing expectations shall find glorious realization. JOHN .1. CiVMBflON. l.etlibridgo. Alln. Jtmo R, JT'20. Cameron ivas formerly Prcsbytwian uiitfTatef fn charge at Haymund, hut has been Ensl.for some years.) Miss A'. Hill.'Is Canada's first iirchltect. Toronto UnivorsUy gave n degree. home is in Specially Featuri Silks for the last Goods and All primmed Hats 1-3 Off tli. our spring stock of oew ana exclnsivo" tViiumed ha4s all included. tln thlSiBale. Regular 415.00, %22.SO and ONE-THIRDOFF Special Ribbed Top Silk Hose A specially purchased line. All first grade (no All perfect': goods, silk leg, ribbed (op. Colors black, "white, 'brown, grey, taupe, navy, sand, etc. Full range 8% to'10 in. A SPLENDID VARIETY OF CHOICE STILL AWAITS YOUR SELECTION IN THIS DEPA.RTMENT AND PRICES ASKED ARE NOT MORE THAN HALF WHAT WE WOULD HAVE TO PAY WHOLESALE IF BOUGHT IN PPESENT MARKETS......... A Lovely Showing of Dress Goods Plain colors and plaids. Regular _'_, Thts is a''wonderful lot at such ;i verv low price, and as stated above not be bought at whblesaJe at anything like the low price we are asking. POPLINS, GABARDINES, ETC., IN ALL PLAIN COLORS AND HANDSOME NOVELTY PLAIDS FOR SKIRTS AND CHILDREN'S WEAR, A GREAT VARIETY OF CHOICE. BEAUTIFUL PLAIN AND NOVELTY SILKS. A Lovely Showing. Worth up lo Handsome slripes. checks and plniils Iu'tatfoUs, nieisclaiiics. ilnchessc, etc.. and a splendid range of plain colors ns mosselaincs dod duchease sflk, fncludins practically our cl.ock up to and yftrd. .._'... THIS IS AN OPPORTUNtTY NO WOMAN SHOULD ALLOW TO PASS WITHOUT GETTING A SHARE GREAT SAVINGS 'ALSO -IN ALL-, GEORGEHES AND NINONS NETS AND LACES VELVETS AND VELVETEENS VOILES AND MARQUISETTES NAINSOOKS AND LONG CLOTHS SHEETS AND SHEETINGS TOWELS AND TOWELLINGS FLANNELS AND FLANELETTES WRAPPERETTES AND VELOURS WAIST AND PYJAMA CLOTHS SATEENS AND LININGS- LACES AND EMBROIDERIES CURTAIN NETS MARQUISETTES ART CRETONNES AND SILKS FLANNELETTE' AND WOOL BLANKETS PRINTS AND GINGHAMS Our Offers the biggest savings of the season for the quick disposal and' radical, reductions of all these stocks'. All New Spring All Suits on sale at......... All Suits on sale at 'All on sale at All Suits" on'sale at All Suits on sale at. New New Dresses of Silk and Serge (Summer lines excepted.) All Coats on sale All Coats on sale All Coals on sale All Coats on sale All Dresses on Sak All Dresses on sale All Dresses on sale at All Dresses on sale All Dresses on sale All 2.50 Skirls on sale at AH Skirts on Sale All Skirts on sale All Skirls on sale All Skirts on sale at............... CLARKE'; Quiek ;plsposa! Sale ;