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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TUB LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIYK LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, JUNE LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline 'MlehieliO I haveu't telt right ho went. :houeh that may be a poor argument. He was not a high-Eteppcr ,and who want pepper with DobbSn would not be content. 1 bad kind uv got I lo his pace, an' be bad such a friendly Three in Frame Provinces in old face, I Just haled lo tell him when 1 went to sell htm, the last horse on the piece. But tho boys Next Month" Will Consider Solution. Soil drifting Is attracting universal attention, said G._ R. Marnoch this morning, as Is evidenced by tho num- ber of conventlo'tia during lha Best thirty days thst wITi discuss this qies- lion. The Commission, of Conserra- has called a meeting In Winni- peg on July 14-15-16. to lalk this mat- tei- over and the question will he s. b'ls ona nt the annual convention ot the Western Canada Irrigation Asso- ciation In Lothbrldge. Hon. C. M. Hamilton, minister of agriculture for Saskatchewan, Is holding a conven- tion in Swift Current July 6-7-8, at which soil drifting will be discussed. Mr. Marnoch has received an Invl- Large Congregations Greet Uev. T. D. Jones First Sunday at United Church. called old Dobbin too clow (cr the pace they to go. When my whip went a-cracldn'. they aiid style wul lackiB'; but he a self-starter know. An1 these autos'don't give me a thrill, except when I'm ptyln' tho biJL I conld never Otskivver Iho charms ot a flivver lhat may have lo be pushed up the hill. But it seems I am.years out uv date have pur- chased my anlo too late, for Its vogue aow is wanin' and folks arc csphtnin' It soon will be pulling its freight. In- deed, they assure me- this Spring live airship is truly tho thing, and the smart set is tryln' to do fancy-flyin' and splnnin' about on one wing. But you don't know how 'lonesome it feels with tho barn housln' nolhln' but wheels an' no Dobbin there nolgin'.an' tallon to tho Winnipeg meeting. He pan-in'-like when I'd hustle.out with has been asked to speak on soil drift- ing. but nl present he IB not in a posi- tion to say whether ho will be able to go: H; Falrfibld will attend the "Better Farming Conference" at Swift Current, and efforts are being made to obtain Professor Jardlne, an uuUiority on sol! drifting, who Is con- nected with tho .Manhattan Agricul- tural College of piuisas to speak at the- irrigation convention. Business men, repre- sentatives of mortgage companies and bankers, arc evincing increased in- terest. la obtaining a solution of the t-oll drifting problem. They realize how the prevention of soil drifting will affect them -financially and many are convinced that the free use of Ir- rigation is the best solution. his meals. But I've cot to my limit, I vow, when I drive out my motor-run plow; you will hear me refusin' when they speak uv my usin' a, steele or allu- mlnum cow. I'll their new tangled riss, with molqrs an' thing-urn a-jigs; for their flyln', but wait till they're tryln' to ictcrduce gasoline pigs! captained tho singles and Mrs. Fer- guson the married women. A football game for the men went off without any score. Twenty-min- ute halves wore flayed with lots of fun for both the players and the spec- tators. Although the line-men and REV. E. J. HOGGINS, For Ihreo years paslor of Hie United comnie.ro ucgnm.ns u, .uu U'thbridge, who left gospel, with the earliest and most (ho dly ia5t week.to take over his no-v charge at Lamout. Ills successor, Hpv. T, D. Jones of Lament, arrived Friday and preached his first sermons to his new congregation on Sunday, Old and Young Gathered Under Auspices of Social and '-Athletic Club.. Large congregations greeted Rev. T. D. Jones, the new pastor of United. Church, North Lethbrldge, on his first appearance In his now charge on Sun-j day; and there indication that ho was well received. The new I minister delivered two strong ser- mons. Morning Sermon In the morning Mr. Jones-took for his theme the beginning of'the Gospel o! Jesus, Mark He said It was very fitting that his ministry should co'mnienco with the beginning ot the comprehensive.truths In the teaching of Jesus. To bo ot suprema Talue a minister most sot forth fiio Master in His fulness, must not specialize upon dogmas, pet doctrines, or pecul- iar inlerprclatlons, but must by life, deed and word tet forth Jesus that others may ba inclined to live His life, think His thoughts, ami be- In- His spirit From whatever point of view wo look at Jesus he Is grand and In Ihe year lo come we; must so know Jesus as to be acquaint- ed with His sorrows, and learn with Him also to rejoice and he exceeding glad; must know something of Jesus' passion for the will ot God, as well as somelhing ot His reverent and Holy calm; somelhing of His temptations unit of His overcoming power; know samolhins of Ills haired ot evil, aud Ills pity fallen.' Dealing wilh his lext, he traced tho beginning of Iho gospel back to God, tho Son becoming for us the .earthly cii that children bo granted a one- cent faro three times a week to the pdrk during the summer months was not viewed with favor by the council, in the fact that tho street cara arc op- erating at a loss. Request of Local Council of Women Dele- gate to Winnipeg. I presented a summary of history. It The question ct closing that portion of Fifth avenue south between Kifhth arid Ninth waic.h had been asked for by. the Local Council of Wo- men, came to a head at the city coun- cil at the Monday meeting, when ac- ilou wiis taken keeping things as they are. This action was influenced by a letter -from Johnstone and Ritchie, barristers, on behalf of their clients, Hugh Doiinan and Palph Slye, who own property which they protest would bo very injuriously affected by the closing up ot Ihla particular por- tion of the avenue. -An invitation from the Commission of Conservation for a representative from LflShbridge to attend the conven tion lo be In Winnipeg, July U to 16, was referred to the Board of Trade with the nolification that the city will paylth'o expenses ot the dele- gate named: Bylaw Seeks io Avoid Their He- ing Injured By Hard- Driven Balls. JUBaCUlVU O. aul.jltiu.1..' M1JWU1 J t tv U-----_.-_- also presented to us a living gospel.l The, order from the Board of TJtili- A man, a woman may today be a shel- tering force, breaking the fury 'and power-of the drifts of scandal and gossipr-of pitiless prejudice anil jcal. ousy, of'Cruel criticism and indiffer- ence, ot Intemperance and sin, so that-others may grow free. CANAPA-GREAT BRITAIN TRADE laiors. -AitnouRii mo .11, he refereo tried hard to do'their duty ombo.limcnl of the redeeming actlvl y ,1___JL_...-T., n? Hm ItiTA of all life. Christ was In children and those not lu the grown-up stage yet, who are members of tho C. P. 51..Social and Athletic club, with friends, thoroughly enjoyed themselves Saturday after- noon at tho inhibition grounds. The occasiou was-the firsl picnic of this newly organized club and was anolher Indication of Ihe, popularity Iho club has ga'liib'd among the employees of the company.- tho nhlecls of the promote friendliness and a good spirit between the employees and depart- considered Iho picnic Salur- day was a vindication ot tho policy of Ihe company In encouraging the formalion of such clubs and nlso fjr those of the company in Lethbrldgo who have so enthusiastically got be- hind Ihe movement. The clay was fealured by races and and a supper. Baseball and football were the attractions In tho lino of games and the single girls against the married women In both Iho baseball and football arenas prov- ed entertaining to say tha least. In the biseball game tho single girls did not like tho said lie wasn't square. However, tho .girls carried off.tho honors iu spite of tha umps. Daring the game, which only a tew Innings several brilliant ball players were, uncovered nnd Loth bridge call feel sure that In tho girls baseball line pome filrsl class malerial is blossoming unseen. Miss Miles produced so much speed that her catcher. Miss Bissell, was forced to vacate tho catcher's mound In favor of Clarence then oflici aled for both telms. The single girls showed they can scamper around after a football in ex liert stylo when they matched Ihcl weight against the married women They won by one to nothing after fast and furious session. Miss Blssel the players thought they could have done better, but nevertheless the game went on with plenty of energy and good feeling. The married women staged a come- back in the tng-pf-war. Their weight was too'miich for the single girls, al- though they had to try several times before they" got their decision. The married oien wore also victorious over tho single men. Following are the results of the races: Single ladies, 7o Miss Miles; 2nd, Miss Bissetl. Married Mrs. Red- moud; 2nd, Mrs. Collins. GirlsVrace, jMiss Dougall; 2nd, Mies Hatte'rn. Boys' race. H. Bell; 2nd, csmond Redmond. Girls' race, Eileen Clarey; d, Miss Morden. Boys' race, Eric Clayton; d, Harry Watson. Gents' 100 yard .Clarence ckson; 2nd, A. Mollvena. Girls' race, Elsie .Clay- u; 2nd, Bernlco Bernard. Hoys' race, Reg. Bernard; id, George Olanvlllc. You Will Enjoy Eating Here in Hot Weather Wo.have a wida variety of dtab- es lo Icmpl the hot weallier ap- petKe. From a standpoint ol comfort, why let your wlfo broil herself over a hot stove, heat up your home, and permeate the air with oppressive cooking odors, when you can. cat comfortably and wholtsomely at Kirkby's, the great variety of tho menu enable? you lo select your preferred food prepared with all the excellence nml 'Ugliness ot liomo cooking, it pays to elimin- ate somo of tho summer cook- ing. KIRKBVS 606 Third Avenue South Wheelbarrow racp retis; 2nd. Miss Milos. 1st, Miss Novelty race, Mies Mtlea; id, Miss Kipp.' Ladies' novelty Sirs. Dcr- ard: 2nd. Mrs. Jamlcson. Cigarette Clarence Jack in; 2nd, Hancock. liace up to 7 Margaret )oifgall; Snd, Desmond 'Redmond. Three-legged Smith and cllvona; 2nd, Miss Miles and Miss issott. Sack Miss Miles; 2nd iaro'nce Jackson. BALLOTS STOLEN AT MANITOBA POLt BAST SEbKIRK, Man., Juno police have been noti- fied by II. U. Halpln, deputy re- turning officer, that a ballot box for polling division No. 8, Lltiau diitrlcl, has been broken inlo and 400 ballots stolen. of the Lord of all life. Christ was In Iho world (before He took upon Him- self the form ot a but the world knew Him not. St. Luke, In the Acts of the- Apostles, tells of the things Jesus began to do afler Ihe resurreclion through His Apostles and even today we fitill are in'tho era of tho beginning, of the gospel, i (a] The sospel Is good news about God; that God is net set above us onljv hill IB here, interested in us a Kalher (b) It is gooi news about man; that man is bigger than he suspects, being ade a lltllo lower than Elohlm, i.e.; God. Dr. great words wore guoled In conclusion. The doe- or had been-asked, why: it that iCOO years after Jesus had been cfiicl- icd s'iu was so triumphant In the world? Ho replied: "Marvel not hat the shadows linger, think ralher what tho glory of that day will bo. he rtawnius light ol which has lasted years." In the Evening In the evening tho messago was based on Isaiah man ho a hiding place from Ihe etc." Mr. Jones toH of tho nitlful condlllons prevailing In the ilslrlct the city, where, wind- storms have drifted the sand across :arge areas, cutting down g'rowth and ooling up grain. Ho this as Illustrating the theme for where Iherb appeared any wind break there Ihc seed Grew and flourished. The greal vock In the weary land hroke the power ot the slorm, am! though the storm broke upon it and around It, the storm never broke through the rock upnn the llttlo parcel ot It sheltered. Great men hare been shel- tering powers In all ages. Abraham, Elijah. Paul, Lulher and others were mentioned. But lo us Jesus Is Ihc Rock of Ages. Ho breaks tho power of Iha alorm of sin lo all who sheller in Him. Chas. Wesley saw this when he wrote tho hymn, "Jesus, nf My Toplady realized II when he I wrote "Hock of and thousands' of other storm-driven souls havo found that Jesus can hide- man, .till o'er past, tho storm of 'sin, thoy see. The lost WASHINGTON, June dian to Great Britain from Canada during tho first three nionlbs ot the year, while less than in three times those of 1913, according lo reports to tho United Stales department of commerce from tho United States consul In London. Australian and Indian Imports both proportionately advanced by a litIIel less than Canadian. All these large advances are due principally to the much higher cost.pf goods, the report says. Kej authorizing Ihe expenditure ot for a new Children's Shelter, TMDMHCT! Efforts of Rotary Club Meet With Are Thanked. The boy nuisance on the municipal golf links, with the dangers thei young- sters expose themselves to In running the chance of being severely hit by golf balls as they ulake.their way in the air, came up for consideration at the meeting ot the city council on Monday. Boys will in future bo ex- cluded from the links while games are going ou, and the caretaker has been constituted a special constable to deal with them. To carry this into effect the following resolution was passed: "Whereas, there is considerable danger of youths gelling hurt by gath- ering on the golf links .while games ._...... are going on. Therefore, bo'it re- to bo put. before the burgesses In Iho solved that a bylaw be drawn exclud Citizens of Lethbridge answered lha call of the Hotary club on Saturday in splendid manner. Six hundred and sixty-five dollars was raised and now the Botary club will proceed with supplying increased facilities for play- grounds for the children ot this city. Many ladles and men worked hard selling tags Saturday on behalf of the effort being mado by the Rotary club, to give the children of Lethbrldge an opportunity to havo clean enjoyment in the best of surroundings. The equipment ordered by the Rotary club will erected in Adams park and in Henderson park. Officials of the Rotary club request- ed the Herald to extend thanks for them to the ladies who so generously gave their time and energy during the tag, and also to others who helped. way ot a'-bylaw, was received by tko councils A latter from 5'rs. Rowe, of the Dal- las hotel, as to the need ot the erec- tion of a Comfort Station down town for (he accommodation visitors from tho country wae handed the mayor for reply. A request from tho Women's Coun- Tiie Niagara District Veterans of 1866 haye decided to disband. wiHis For Flfiy Years a Standard Canadian Product. Be Sure To Investigate the Willis Before Buying Elsewhere. Suitable Terms Arranged. Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHGRIDQE BUTTON PERKINS Old Cduntry Shoemakers Tho one place where you can get your shoes fixed Just right Orders called for and delivered. Ing boys from Ihe fairway; while games of golf are being played, and Ihc caretaker be appointed a special policeman at the park." Calgary street railway system put the following fares Inlb effect Friday: 20 tickets in bocks jl.OO; I strips 25c; 2 tickets 15c; cash'fare IGc; children's tickets, 8 for, DOUBLE DROWNING MONTREAL, Juno A douhla drowning occurred yesterday after- noon at St. Johns, Que., when Albert Daniels and Philippe Martel, both 10 years ot age, were standing on a raft and slipped into the Chambly canal. A third hoy managed to escape and give tho alarm. The two hoys wero drowned in six feet of water. 4ISA FIFTH STREET PHONE 693 3 Doors 3'outh Colonial Theatre P.O. BOX O'O PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS usiness ENQINEERS Ritchie Paterson and Company 5-6 Acadia Building Tnlrd: .Avenue (South) 612 Brooms, heavy and slrong, extra1 lino slraw, each Corn Ib. tins, each 78c Tea, Kerr'a Special, per Ib. 75c Electric Soap Chips, 2' Ibsi .65c Celery Sail, in glass; each. 27c Prune's, medium size, .2 ibsMSc Iloyai Salad Dressing, 'per bol- lie Honey, Kerr's Alfalfa, as pure as the bees can make it, per jav 85c and Quick Pudding, assorted flav- ors, 2 pkgs. for 35o Ever-Ready Clothes Line, ea. 40o .Whisks, each 45c Wire' Clolhes Lines, each 45c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OMAR KHAYYAM TEMPLE No. 141 DRAMATIC ORDER Knights of Khorassan SALAAMI SALAAMI11 Tho strenuosity and impetuosity of our rytbian friends to enler Khorassan's fair Oasis has become so great that Omar Khayyam Temnlo yielding to Iho pressure has decreed thai a GRAND CERE- MONIAL SESSION be hold on WEDNESDAY, 8 P.M., JUNE 30, 1920, Therefore, I command faithful followers of tho Prophet lo assembled at tho Pylhlan Casllo Hall, Lelhbrldge, On lhat date to conduct these Tyroa over tb.e burning Sands to S5oa) Zem's cool and murmuring well. Heroin fall me not, and may Allah slilcld and protect ycm from the heat. I sow him do it Done in Arabic Courtesy, ALLAN M. RITCHIE1, Secretary, M. B. STEELE, Member A. of 3. iloyal Vizier. OUR LARGE NEW SANITARY PLANT is now in Full Operation We are prepared to supply customers with Chief Mountain. Cream- ery Brand liutlcr.ftnd Ico Cream. arc also cxclusho agents for Cardslon Creamery Brand Butler. We Invilo public Inspection at any Urnc. We arc also In the market for sweet or churning cream and milk at tho highest market prices. PHONE OR WRITE CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. PHONE 1929 YOU DON'T HAVE TO KEEP A COW TO GET FRESH PURE MILK We deliver milk fresh from our own dairy herd, In time for PHONE 1142 A. J. Butterwick Son North Lethbridge Dairy If you eat at this CAFE Youv meals are as good and as moderately priced as you can you will enjoy every'hing you order. The Yale THE CAFE FIFTH STREET SOUTH DELICACIES FROM THE DAIRY Hers Is licaUhtut, sensible summer food. Puro milk, palatable butter and appetizing ice 'cream. The maximum of food value is contained in these They supply Iho tisiiues with all tho nulrlllw elements the body requires and arc cool and enjoyable for summer comfort. Don't put on extra tai on your digestive organs by eating body healing meats and other heavy foods. We'll supply your dally needs If you say so. Just phone please. Crystal Dairy Ifr PHONE 1576 LIMITED Farming Costs Hsy reductd by co-operation. Keep this in mind when buying BINDER TWINE, MACHINERY AND GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. Your Company, At Your Service, FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED HAY, ALFALFA MEAL, POTATOES, SEED COALDALE, Phone R6I7 Phone 777, LETKBRIDGE WANTED GRAIN ELEVATOR AGENTS FIRM OPERATING LINE OF Et-EVATORS.IN PRAIRIE PROVINCES IS DESIROUS OF GETTING IN TOUCH WITH A NUMBER OF: GOOD ELEVATOR AGENTS. APPLY GIVING FULL PARTICULARS AND NAME OF PREVIOUS EMPLOYER TO BOX 15, HERALD ;