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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta I AIL T I WHMdl TO LOCAL THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1921 LETHBRIIHIU, ALBTJvi'A. Knox Church WiD Celebrate Its 35th Anniversary On Sunday New Organist Will Lead In Special His- lory of (he Church Tho services hi Kno.x church on Sunday, March Uth will bo ot a very p special character. In tho morning j 35th anniversary of the congrega-1 tlon will bo fittingly celebrated. Them Trill bo special music appropriate to tho occasion and the new organist, Mr. C. J. Ferguson will bo in charge. The address of Mr." Denoon will bo historical in character, tile story tho chnrch from its origin in ISSo. "being liastily surveyed. Knox was tin; tirst church erected in Lethbridge and for some time the other denominations used it in their work. Tho present church was opened for worship ST. GEORGES FOOTBALL CLUB MEETS TONIGHT fit. Georges football Club will moot tonight at S o'clock taken by tho great masses of com- mon humanity. "1 want to express hcro.iny sincere gratitude, however, for hiring been compelled by this movement (o give some thought to tho groat problems which confront our boys. know that j ot themselves they can do little, but through, the Christ power they can rise above evil environment, discord- ant thought, turbulence, strife, doubt and I'eur. Saint Paul tells us that "To bo carnally minded Is death; hut be spiritually, uiiuded ia life aujl peace." "We have in mind the establishing of a swimming pool Adam's Park, which would undoubtedly be a great source joy to our boys and others in that locality.. .Cleanliness, more In the offices of the Motropoli- tan Insurance Co., Sherlock llldg. All interested in tho wclfaro of tho club are request- ed to be present. ii SNOWSTORM CHASES THOUGHTS OF SPRING Lethbrldgo lias boon getting iU variety of weather lately. Yesterday everything was Jims and pussywillows were being picked Ity children. Today It is snowing and uro smiling. Moro moisture for tho spring seed, they say. Perhaps tomorrow we will be wearing our fur coats. UNLUCKY 13! Mirths in tlic city during the month of February numbered !S deaths. -Marriages luul tne unlucky number of 13. pecially of is a March The membership ot the I divine attribute and leads away from church today is over forty times as I sin and sensuality and-guides to large as tho number on the roll when tho Rev. Mr. McKillop came. The Sunday School is nearly one hundred large as wheu it was first organized by Mr. J. D. I-Iiginbotham. the present superintendent. In the evening there will he a Memorial service when a-, tablet to the memory of the twenty men from BCnox who made the supreme sacri- fice, will be unveiled with suitable ceremonies. Mrs. Charles McKillop ;md General. Stewart will take part in this service. An address in keep- ing with the occasion will bo given by C'apt. The music will be uf a special character. Everyone who regards Rnox as their church home cugnt to make a special effort to at- tend both services on the Sabbath. On Monday evening, March 7th, the annual congregational social will he licld. The committee have a unique feature for the entertainment that will provoke mirth and promote sociability and the men of the- church will pro- vide and serve refreshments. Outlook For Drilling Soon at Kevin Causes Sla- in City i Annual Banquet and Dance I Farmers Fire and Hail In- surance Co. When tho animal report ot the Farm- ers' Fire and Hail Insurance Company is represented to the annual meeting of the'directors and shareholders in i Calgary on Saturday it will be shown I that business during the past year triple that of tho previous year. Last I i night in Wesley Lethbridge, tho! u.. H. j i Training in This1 second annual banquet of the agents Mas in IRIS, and shareholders of the company wan INTAKE DAM CONTRACT AWARDED BY COUNCIL IN. PROJECT Member of Porter Bros. Will Come From Spokane For More Detailed Inspection Tlio take, euntrael for the clam at the iu- in the Hum of IS.SOO, has lieen granted tu Smith Bros, and Wilson Tin' construction is tor t.lic purpose at obviating tho cliflu-iiltii's which have biitii cnrounlerad in iho occasional j sudden drops in thn water of tho river, i which affect the water supply. Tin; dam whim completed will preserve a uniform depth ot water in tho intake, and so guarantee a normal supply. Obituary W. C. Taylpr, representing Porter Brothers, contractors, Sjwkane, thi- morning spoke of the access unity of the Lethbrlclgo Northern In gallon district for contractors. Thu'. district is served liy three lines of thr- P. Kipp. .Monarch anil thft ta Calgary, offer conTCDielft and unloading points. j ilr. Taylor lias been busy soing over j the ground covered by the district. looking at it from a contractor's Tlew- point. J. D. Porter, u member of the Jirm of Porter Brothers is j coming as has been suggested, a Ing house for all the activities per- taining to the boy lite of tho com- munity, its possibilities arc great iu- deed. ''It will indicate true progress to- wards better things more some and helpful conditions whols In the A CLEAR! community and this will make (or our common welfare. Wo shall develop in our midst a bigger and broader viewpoint upon to solve the great problem of human existence. Herc Jew, Gentile, Protestant and Catholic meet all with the same long- ing in their hearts to know and to understand each other, and the prob- lems oE each, In order that' greater good may result to mankind, and that real service may be rendered to hu- manity at large. that as we have done it to oue of the least of these" we shall also have done it to Him the >great Founder and -.Ruler of the- universe our God." (Sgd.) PETER President Police Court the city police court on Friday, M. Coffay and F. Rollins each replen- ished tho city treasury, under tuo new arrangement made by the at- torney-general, with the sum of Peter Lund Sees How. fnr living liquor iu trict. George Campbell, formerly of i three times as large ay in 3919. The Hevelstoke, B.C., who was one of the i majority of this business represents early geologists to prospect the Cat'' Creek district, has leases extending over acres in the Kevin dis- Ideas May Be Taken and Made PracticaJ other than a private dwelling. Peter Lund, as president oC the Lethbridge Boy Life Council has is-: eued hi3 Ideas on the work of the council in a letter. A meeting of the council was duled for last night and although a quorum was not present Mr. Lund j gave his letter to those who at- tended. I "In this letter Mr. Lund points what ho conceives as the duties of the council and issues an appeal for sup- port. He states that the council is working for a swimming pool in Adams Park and a big summer camp for boys. His letter reads "Friends having had sev- eral weeks in which to think about the and purposes of this organiza- Boy. Life Council of Leth- am deeply impressed by the possibilities for good that may come to the community and'tohuman- ity through organizations of this kind. Provided always that wholehearted representation and co-operation can be obtained by and from all those who are engaged in the development and training of the boy life of the com- munity. I can only conclude, how- ever, after careful thought .that a more experienced and competent mem-j ber oC the community .should'have j teen chosen to preside at these conn- oils and their deliberations. I believe we should hare at the head of thia j organization a person of some special j intellectual standard of training, to] this I am not entitled to lay .claim. I UNITED STATES SHIPS REACH PUNTA: ARENAS SAN SALVADOR, March -1. warships and 12 hydro- planes of the ttnlted States Pacific fleet have arrived at Punta Arenas, Costa ntca, ac- cording to u dispatch received here. The and Cheapest of Bread and Milk Try it one of these cold evenings. Milk has nutritive values not found in any other foods: Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED having been tossed when but a boy into the midst of a turbulant, un-' settled and unorganised western en-. vironmcnt. without education, train-; ing, culture or view-. knowledge and experience is -confined to the impressions taken on ihe journey along the road that is j TO THE CITIZENS OF LETHBRIDGE AND FARMERS OF THE LETHBRIDGE DIS- This is your Exhibi- tion. Your Directors 3re giving their time and ability free in work- ing out its 'details for success. They require your co- operation and assist- ance to assure its suc- cess. Start how to plan and prepare to make an ex- hibit at yooir 1921 ijxhi- bition. WM. OLIVER, Pres. If You Haven't Eaten QUAKER BREAD You Don't Know Real Bread Quaker Bread offers you ull the wholoiomenesB and nourish- mcnt that is possible to get out of tho choicest wheut grains. It is not only healthful, but a delicious flavor ami a crispy as yon find only in palatable Broad. John Gilmore Ltd, Bukeri of Ouiktr Brtid. PHONE 378. trict. He is one of the big boosters ot that section and will commence hail insurance in Alberta. The pany is operating iu Saskatchewan well. Among such insurance compa'n- j having served an apprenticeship of ies in Alberta, of which there are forty, the Farmers' Fire and Hail In- premises lately occupied by Mr. agent tlierc and since then ho has Jlorden on Thirteenth Street. X. Mr. j been living on his farm. Fuuerarscr- Lowe has had nine years experience vices will take place Saturday TUOTO- in Fetterly's parlors. Services will also be held by Father McCaffrey in St. Patrick's church, and interment with co-operative stores in England, six years in the establishment at Ches- ter-le-Street, county Durham, and drilling iu, a weok or ten days. Ho surJnco Company'stands fourth iu tho I as salesman. plans on sinking i second well iu the I amount of business done. that such a firnr as Porter Brothers would be represented here by a mem- ber of the firm makes the officials ex. tremely optimistic. Of coarse a great deal depends on the action of pro-' viucial government. bo in St. Patrick's cemetery y) nlgbt's banquet The store will be carried on on tho iovfuj i Hochdale, Lanchashire, co-operative I WILL PROSECUTE DRUGGIST WHO GAVE WRONG DRUG FILTER COMPANY AGENT VISITS THE PlANT HERE domes there, while not so steep 'are just aa pronounced as in the Cat Mr. Layton rendered an organ are al tne meal. Lethbridge's Wg that fho Held will soon. "The new district's Bromine is bringing a large number of specula- tors to the towns in the field which are already feeling tho advance tide of he continued. the northern field. to BELIEVE MANY FIRES CAUSED BY INCENDIARY Balrnsfather, Bob Barrowmau, was on i _____ the--job Trtth a short entertainment j' B 0 Mar i wtih his crayons. His caricatures ot tho'citv hall -ind tie Mar bought at other prominent people connected witii the i vel Mm here ]ate' ,this" a'ftel.. i matters of policy decid company were thoroughly enjoyed. G. lloon following a blaie at the Fleming, accompanied on the piano hv Kearns-Gorsueh Klass plant this morn- Mrs. Fleming. Bang two 'songs. Miss Iug. Ulree today with FORDNEY BILL DEAD was encored after giv- j oua several days ago, entailing a loss estimated at caused town officials to announce tJhat they believe Ing a reading. John Pass was chairman and came in Jor a lot of "Rotary fun." Several i the fires are of incendiary origin. Ilotarlans -were scattered through the gathering and whenever Mr. Bass rose I ig. i the: inm-i Xo more free engraving, the discon- tinuance of the practice of loaning watches, and no more valuations of stores wero '.y decided upon at Wednesday's session of the Canadian National Jewelers' association Winnipeg. has been in Edmonton for The past few mouths, supervising the eitem sion ot the filtration plant there for the Roberts Filter Manufacturing Co. To this plant there has been added J 2 units, each of a million and u half g'allons capacity, making the totu) Capacity eight million gallons. Thw in j capacity of the Lethbridge plant is I three million gallons. measure oven the president's veto was 201 for and 132 against. 0. sax PHONE 161) Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 3-6 Aeadla Building 312 Third Avenut South file! at Notice to Motor- ing the Lethbridge Vulcan- izing Works won't be respons- ible for any debts contracted by the Modem Vulcanizing Shop or the' Macleod Vulcanizing Works, Maciepd. BASIL E. CHAPLIN has no connection with the Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works whatever. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Work. (Signed) E. CHAPLIN, Prop. SHOE REPAIRS For bast work at lowest prices try MUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone Lethbridge and District Co-operative Association, Limited i 526 13th St. N. (Mordcn's Old Opening Day, Saturday, March 5th FULL LINE OF HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES AT CURRENT PRICES SATURDAY SPECIAL Potatoes, Per Cwt., ARE FIRST-CLASS CLEAN MEALY ORDER EARLY; ONLY A LIMITED SUPPLY. POTATOES. FREE DELIVERY PHONE 1094 Patronize your own nnd reap the benefit of your dividend. Our Motto: "Loyalty Bcgeti COMPLAINING WIVES Where there is a com- plaining wife there is a sick marriage. Com- plaining may be a habit, but it is more likely that it is du2 to sickness. There is nothing better for the disposition than good health, which is al- ways in evidence when spinal nen'p.s are free of pressure. Xerve freedom is health, ami nerves ami under pres- sure am tile cause ol' disease. Tiiis is tile discovery of chiro- practic. Tho chiropractor's part, in restoring health is one of making an adjustment of tile spine by hand. This adjustment lifts the pressure of hard bone off the soft spinal nerves. Health follows as a scientific certainty. NO CHARGE Consultation is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH 'CHIROPRACTORS 20S Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and 1441. THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES Florida Grape Winesap Apples per box per Ib.......... Ontario Haml-packetl Tomatoes.......... O C _ and 20c Scotch tins 35c Herrings Iu 20c 65c tomato 45c HUNTLEY AND PALMER'S BISCUITS Thin Arrowroot, Digestive, Nursery, and Tea Rusks just arrived. Peeled Green per tin Wilkinson's Poutefract Cakes; per Ib........ dozen..... per dozen tins 40c and 15c 60c 50c 30c 45c Libby's Dry Pack Sweet Pota- :oes7.... 25c and 45c Kelliev's Dendee 4 Ib. tin- fj -ft Dairy m m per Ib................45C ami pir tin FREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1366. BREADTHATDOESNTLASTLONG One of oui' customers on stepping into our store the other day, said he had a complaint to make about our Bread. He stated that the flavor was so good that his family ate hardly anything- else. The children love our Golden Krust Bread because it's made just right. Get an extra loaf today. It won't'last long. OUR CAKES AND PASTRIES ARE ALSO DELICIOUS Step into our store and see what nice things you can get. Golden Krust Bread; per loaf..............lOc Rajsin Bread; per loaf....................15C Nut Bread; per loaf.....................60c Cinnamon Buns; per ,30c and 35c Parkerhoiu'H Hoik; per dozen.............30c French Muffins; per Pork Pies, French Pjutry, Cream Puffs, Layer Cup Cakes, Scotch Oat Cakes, etc, COME AND WATCH US WORK. LETH. NATIONAL SYSTEM OF BAKING LTD. 407 5TH ST. S. PHONE 1047. ;