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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THK LETHBRIDGB DAILY HEUAL MAItCH 3. tlttl Germans Will Make New Counter Proposals; Allied Force Unnecessary CANADA'S NEW NAVY MILLION AND A QUARTER i i TO HKLP EX-SERVICE MEN TO GO OVERSEAS to lie iiaittutl by ials of tltr (lonilnlunK. llaVC No Intention of -it i j Ccrmany Ik- Invaded is Evident In V liw: 111" wij'il'l Mi'.1 ii'.iiivltT'- Ih.i' orrn -ion tYir rmployirntl 01" lllf tnrasui" ilic iillir- is [Mini lo furlliiT in rimiuniiily with till' London I- w thr> Ilio U'.K.I minis u..s ..vuu-o'l Hi' J.loyd i li'iisliod tiMniaimii Or. lev ttm said Mu- thi1 ijorman Rm-crnnicnt h.uf IH-VH j ouiif misur.dcrstor.tt. TK- Uoniuiir _ I.oNim.V _. far-- .1 ho wuiiM noon on I "In niir opinion." mldetl tho tu-r- ft-il'i1.' ivion man foreign minister. "IM 1 arise for ilir sci i'-rth by tho allied power-." It.-. Sim whnv the Germans would cxamiiu- British spon-h jiml th.vlu-n aaans had i-orae with h lU-siie i-orlVp-iH-t.' byssin. but only a fov.- irt discharge Sim- numlier of sliljis reL-pntly presented to Canada British goremment. Cardston Presbyterians Are Very Proud of Their New Home CAUUtiTO.V, Feb. deiiica- tiuii of tho Presbyrerian (.-huirh. t'ardatou, took place on Thursday ove-l uinsr, Fyb. 10th, in the presence of a large congregation, -which complete-1 ly filled the spaciots building. The I .service, was in charge of the Rev. Dr. Ferguson, of Calgary, who offered the dedication prayer and delivered a sermon suitable to the occasion. Dr. j Ferguson was assisted by the Rev.' Capt, A. H. Denooo, B.D., of Leili-j bridge, Rev. A. C. Bryan, B.D.. of Taber, the Rev. tieorge H. Barrett, of Magrath, and the Rev. Robert Ayl-j U.A., pastor of the congregu- j lion. There was also an excellent' choir in attendance under tlie leader- ship oi Inspector Williams, with Mrs. i Dr.) Pickup presiding at the organ. This fine new church, which will he a handsome addition to the public buildings of the town, occupies a com-j position on the soiuhivest i corner of the Presbyterian church j property, while its tMl spire can be; seen for miles around in almost every! direction. The new edifice takes the place the little old building erect-j ed more than twenty years ago, andi long since outgrown both from the standpoint of architecture and useful- ness. Kind references, however, were mado at the openinp services to all ihe former pastors of the lion and credit given for the excellent work that they bad done. These'in-. lutied particularly the Rev. Gavin lltimilton, the Rev. A. R. White-{ man, the. Rev. O. E. Cameron, tliej Uev. H. Stevenson, and thp Rev. I J. M. Kellork, ait ot whom happily are] still living, and with the ot Ilr. Uymikon actively engaged in The ministry of the ehurch. The I supervising of the new I building were Messrs. I am] Fry. of Tlio tors were- Mt-Vtrs. Olaiid Sccit. m', I'ardston. v-'ith Mr. S. H. NVwio'.i fn charge uf tin- hrirk .nnl stone work.; and it i? hnrdly to say tlia: i these performed i tiiiMr duiirs ninsi have erected u buildiug which would bo an. ornamcuc rn any inwu and ;i credit lo any congrejraiirui in the province. Tim uuUide sttn-cti u-orh, v.-liich for olimatif reasons has bemi left over until ?priiig. will ronder the huildinjr; still mure beautiuil. The interior oil the church with its cathedral roof.' heauiiuil wiuiluws, and chaste ileconi-' lions, is mo.-ii pleasine, and in this-; ooniiectfon it i.s only right to mention! thn handsoihe chandelier, which has' presented by tlic local chapter of i the Daughters' of the Empire io the; congregation in memory oi bravo i diers who fell in the war. and a brass j tablet in that effect will be shortly I placed in tho church. Tho general in-i lerest in this groat nndr-r.ttkinff, and! good-will of the entire community, I were ahumLir.Uy r-bnwn by attendance, at the dedicaiion service.' and by the hantlsume contrihuiions to i tiio huilfitiif? fund thai were thon) made. Tho entire i.-ott of the building! be and the pastor ivasj able to aiuioinice, on opening night, that his anxiety now ivas for; the last Tho nnpning were continued cm Sunday. Frbrnarv with thp Rpr. Andrew lu-i.i. of Grace Preabyterijtn churrh, gary, as tho spncinl preacher. Mr. Reid -also delivered a lecture on the of tin: Southern on ihe folloring Monrlny evcniiiK. On Sun- day. FVliruary tlie wen-1 i.-ondiKHed by the. RPV. n. oii, n.D., ,1 former minister oT the i-on- gi-esation, and this was followed bv u supper mid public, meeting mi li.iy "Vi'r.in.i; i'i.-i. at which con- y; Lriii.-tifirv ai'.drt u ere delivered i-itizeus. On IU-.-. t'riiH'inaf .Millar, U.D.. of u ho >U livered two excol- ifiu u> KIM! apprecia- liv-' ibis brought u> a series of meetings which v. iiho-H donhi bavr- lireatly impressed ilu- town and diFirii-i of (.'ardston, and have supplied a splendid inspiration LO lioth and people I'or their '.vork in cuminc.' days. Tiu' follow ini; i.s an outline of the iiiii.it it in this now en ergo tic and Minister- Hcv. Robert Ayl- n-ani. B.A.. t'l'oroiH'J and Victoria I'ni- I nf (Vweii U.A., inspector of imb- tvjcreuiry-.-v McDmvoll. u-itli Mr. rii-h'.ip, Christie, Messrs.; and W. J. Srnithers. and Mrsilames II. TiuUe and S. K. Jones.; Sunday Scliooi iviih an enrolment Uobert Ayl- i run from per cent, of tlie pre- vailing rate nf exchange, to KM) per CPIH. at (.'iinadian point? along the iTiu-rmuional boundary. N'. Tilston, man- of the Montreal board of trade, i j who also represented the Toronto J board of trade, said ho would not op-j nose the principle of ilv application.! The chairman of railway com- i mission intimated that a decision j would be given in a day or two. i WW. TIRED, ACHING Outdoor and Indoor Subject tq Exposure or Heavy Toil, Find ReMef in Sloan's Liniment. Boscawen Having Big Fight in Dudley British Minister of Agriculture Making Good Use of Repar- ations Issue S. Husselt. i Marjorte Jl. Ayl- j wai'd. I Beth Cook. j H. Tutil-e, Mrs. Mrs. B- Cook. Mrs. S. McDjwell. Mrs. Meridew. Mrs. Rob- j ens. isr.1. and Mrs. .1. O. Roberts. Ladies' Aid with an enrolment of twenty members. 3. E. Jonfs. Fir si. i--. B. Cook. Second R, Ayl- ward. S. McDowell. J. Smithers. This organization meets bi-monciily and is doing an excellent work. Senior leader, Owen "Williams, It.A. r (Dr.) Pickup. l.ady John !bey, Mrs. S. Mrs. .1. RoberLB. Murjorif Ayhviii'il. Alice Rickniyfii1. and Miss tllsie Clanfleld. IMalo Williams, ,T. Roberts, C. Oitewfll, and Dr. Pick- up- Jiiniur Uev. R- Aylward. )Dr.) 1'ickup. 1 tJIHH Conk, i.ciu Jones, Ethel Viiiii-t Hillary, fiertnidc'Miller, 1 CbiiifH'Itl, Leslie, Mayo I Urn hum and Dorothy Roberts. Ibey. Fred Miller, j thur Chinfidld. Knica't McDowell. Teddy .luiii-s ami Hilly j ilordo P. lltimll- tnii and Frui Mur., As- fitciated the bye- elccriun in Oudiej' today, the Times pays tiutt the controversy aroused us-er the firitish embargo ou Canadian cattle will undouhtediy cost ihe new minister of ugrK-ulture. Hir Arthur Hoscawcn SOWB votes, bur. that it is only fair ro say that ho has maintain- ed a consistent position on the n'lcs- lion and reasonable jiiEtifica- tinu 01" his attitude. The Times thinks that the minister's rhances nf the eieciion have been increased by events jiii; nut (if tho eoliteix-net? on war re- parations here. The minister lets in the last days been trying to turn the tables on the labor parry by asking elector? if they would vote for a party which u'aiiu to allow tlie Hermans to es- cape payment of the Cull claims iigiiinst, them. The Titmes concludes thai if the party defeats thu minister in Ifudli'v it wil! be because of the labor i.-andidiit'.-'.s insisteiii_-H on the need of the government raking more vigorous lu ih.'al wirh the nnemploy- -ed iiroblem. which U more irnporiaiit here thUii the question of the price of beef. BEK.X at work all day, standing on your feer, lifting heavy wcightp? And now you're all tired out. Never mind, if you are wise you have a bottle of Sloan's ou the at home o'r in the shop. Put a little on, without rubbing, and quickly coiiies greatful warmth aud relief. 'Ooocl for rheumatic paius, neural- gia, sciatica, lumbago and the host oL" external pains that are all the time coining. Helps break up colds, too! It'fi comforting to keep it handy. j Three 70c, ?I.IO. -Made iu. Canada, Sloa Liniment "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair! Make U Abundant! ONTARIO NEEDS NET- WORK OK GOOD ROADS; When Nerves one cannot possibly do his best work. For this reason many are led to discontinue their accustomed meal- time beverage and adopt INSTANTPOSTUM a wholesome drink of rich coffee -like flavor, and without any harmful effect. This delicious beverage is made instantly in the cup, at the table, by adding hot water. fhora t C wu ci j. rOri VvlAUU SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE k Canadian Posoim Cereal Company. Windsor, Ontario. EMBEZZLEMENT IN THREE RIVERS THREE RIVERS, Que., Mar. 3. Lafrer.iere, manager of the Caissc Populaire, a St. Maurice financial institution, has been placed under arrest charged by Jos. Rhcault, president of the bank, with dating from November 1913. and by the complainant to amount to The accused appeared be- fore a justice cf the peace this morning, when bail was fixed at Immediately after a "Danderjne" nmssiigy, your hair takes on new life, j lustre iind wuuUrous beauty, appear- iig twite heavy and plentiful, be- i taiise cjich hair seems to fluff and tliinken. Don't lot your hair stay life- It- b plain or scraggiy. You, too, want lots ot long, strong, beauti- j t'ul Imir. A S.Vccnt bottle of dclishtt'ul "Dan- (U in- fieb itns your ccalp. cheeks diimhuff and fulling Imir. This stini- ulatlng "heuuty-touic" gives to thin, fLifiing hair that youthful Jjriglit- 1 iu s Hid dbuiidunt t hprf Li-ui. flr-v-' j ..'mm- flarke tuiil ihiii MI- im (r'.niltl not spHjul iM-'iiivy iy a iff v.-uy tliiin Ity it in the' and roaiis wiih ;i vipw lo linking up the; ivhuin sy.-Tpm s-o a.- to hrlns- one gortfl, el'M'ituit tici u'orU of roiid.- i Pr.'-iidtjnt L. A. stid dial ilm 1 of a liiglt-1 way sy.stem. Kfirvini; SM as proviacf Or'uriii rmM not HP in a j rf. A. i-hi'.r nf t'u- 1 Tdr-jiiio .iml CMPI-' r-itfrj io v lllllil IlKlcad-: ruiiiiH. i PLANTO CHAUGE AIQRK KOR (J. S. KAIL TICKETS FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIAL ffHijpirnif.s re-I 1 ri-n-ijj Caniidiiiii monny for their Hi.i'H1 il( ii' fotvnd 10 jmy j Tniti-il stu'i'h liurtion of Mm haul in Ainrit'Nii Tho sni'fhjd'gMH an- jp'i-l for hy i... Louis heels. We have both Patent and Kid leather, and in all widths. THIS IS A SNAP, AT .95 W. J. Nelson Co. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES SHERLOCK BUILDING. BENEFIT DANCE WiLL BE HELD AT DIAMOND CIJY SCHOOL, On Friday. March 4th, at 8 J p.m. ROSE BASKET ORCHESTRA in Attendance ProreflTla -will be devoted to purchasing a Yictrolu, for the school children., A BIG SUPPER WILL BE SERVED S1.50: LADIES FREE. NEW SILKS AT LOWEST PRICE ALL CREPE DE CHINE dainty dresses or waists. The lighter shades also make fine underwear: colors: flesh. Copenhagen, brown, butter- nip, emerald green. 40 inches wide. Special price, per SILK RELYONSE Colors white, pink, Copenhagen, royal blue, red, tan; 36 in. wide. Special, AA price, Natural color SHAN- TUNG Special price OR UP from.. S. Mow 416 4TH AVE. S. Extra quality SHAN- TUNG SILK price, Or yard Natural Coating PON- GEE SILK Special price, per C A yard Silk Shop BEHIND SILVER GRILL. Right Half or Half Right? you will .be "All" right if you can make a good guess The Herald Football Competition Prize list jumps again this week from to oo with a First Prize of Get in On It! ;