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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE UrTHBRIIXlR DAILY HRRAU1 SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920 Sbe Deralb Hlbcrta AND WEIKLY THK LETHBKIDCE HERALD MMNTtNO COMPANY, LIMITED ttreet South, W. A. Ttrrince Busing TELEPHONES Audit Bureau ol Circulations Dally, delivered, per week .....I Daily, deUrtred, {xr year 7.59 Dally, by mail, per year 6.M Weekly, by mall, per year....., 1.5) Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.CO ------1 of uplry'ot ar- fear number of cattle and horses. Joe Taylor of Fort Chipewyan drove In -with dogs to Fort CMcMurray, am two days after died of the Pa a me The Grand 'Jury has asked Pertli ouiity Council to Instal electric light n Stratford court-house. Truman Porter, of was warded .'he death t his son. in Township hcase factory. New York State is seeking to re- gain ownership othundreus of acres of land now under water valued at lOO.OOO.OOO: Try Sound Board.of .Trade began emhership -'drive with' a banquet In a cold hall liguicd. by "candles, in :he..absence, of lo re- pairs to the lighting plant. lire did damage to tbo house and barns on the Armour homestead, in Darlington Town ship, near Bow- manviile. The house was occupied by Ambrose Armour, son of the owner, Mrs. Joseph Armour. __ A serious fire occurred when the wharf, sheds and tables of G. K. Gal-1 letely and Sons, one of the largest firms of fruit ranchers in the pkana-. gan, were burned down. Damage is ea- timat'ed at'about ?3MOO. A jury at! Sandwich awa'rderf Chas. .Carr and his seven-year-old Eon, lioy Carr'; in suit against Wil- Hm CkoMi tte MUM Rock WI ITH doiens of different makes to 'choose from, there must be a good reason' why this instrument i< so popular. That reason Is the rjuality of of de- sign of tone. The famous Mason t Risch costs less than yon think. Ask for prices and easy payment terms. Style Booklet tree. -TtU ot Bleok tenfiance. An excellent programme ot! being drawn up and down the road are orchestra: selections, soloa, ciuartettes, not particularly cheering Just now. etc., but Ihe best of-it all was the ouu j During Ihe past week, much stock i act play1'entitled, "Jones-Vs. ;has been changing hands. Mr. Robert j This comedy was a scream of succes-' Reynolds and R. Harvey and son being! 3 eq from, start, to f.r.'.s'i..- and every sellers. member who took part iii "thil'plsy is! JJlr. R. Havtfs'y'-'of -Picture Biitte'and entitled to great crcillt. A' great many of tho' I. O. 0. F. members'of Barons lodges came up to make the Carinanrny lodge a frater- nal visit last Tuesday night, and the local members entertained them j tainly well supplied with coal, their hearts, were content. The following are the cpnncillors of Little Bow Rural Municipality Xo. DS for 1920: Division No. 1, Win.' Isaacs; No. 2, Wm. No. 3. O. B: John-, son; Xo. H. Shearer; ..No. 5, W.I J. Foster; No. G, Win. While.- ;Mrs. A. D. Kellogg, Mrs. Williams, arid Mrs. Sorenscri were'-Vulcan visl- Mr. of Taber have pur- chased the Patterson "coal mine and are busily engaged in filling it np for operations. With so many coal mines in the vicinity, the farmers are cer- with (Jcrmany. Thus, for the next i tors last Monisy nlgh't_ ip attend the fifteen years this very important dis- trict will be governed by tho Saar Valley commission, appointed and act- Ing under the authority of Ihe council of the League or Nations. The Saar Commission has In the lodge meeting of !he Tlebekahs. Mr. F. K. Owen of the Bank of Ham- ilton Is on the sick list this week. Misses Mtnnto and Florence Kolden who have been -visiting their folks for the, last week returned to Lethbridge last Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. Skinner expect erpeeted frw the present Govern- ment. In tho mailer of the tariff the mutt ceek its own falvaiioii :Thls irlll only be within measurable Yltir when it receives the extra rep nientatlon to which it is entitled. CANADIAN APPOINTMENT TO SAAR COMMISSION. Jn the appointment of Mr. II. (ConttnneBlFrom Front Page.l operate in the 'case of candidates for members only and the reference to "a person elected to serve in the as- sembly" was only inserted so that a candidate who had committed some crooked election act could not oscaps the consequences immediately after polling day hy saying that he was no longer a candidate but a member of the assembly.- Once a man became a iaar Basin all the powers of govern- leave Carmancay In a short time as member of the h'onse it no longer ap- nent which hitherto belonged to the Mr. Skinner ban gone in business for j plied and he held that under another Jerman Empire Including the appoint-1 himself In the General Merchandise......' 'up near Crossfield. Alberta. Every ng and the dismissal ot officials and he creation of such administrative lollies as it may deem necessary. It las full powers to administer and pperate the railways, canals and the different, public services. A and criminal court-will be established hy he governing commission Io hear apl rAPlNPT peals and to decide matters for. which 1 one is sorry to see. them leave Car- mangay. Mr. and Mrs. Follls are Calgary visi- tors this week. Mrs. W. E. Bryans of Lelhbrldgc was a Carmangay visitor last Wednes- day. be civil acd. existing in Ihe territory of the Saar Basin are not compelent, JustM will be-rendor- ed .in the name of the governing com- It :will alone have tbe.power Of levying (axes and In tho ter- ritory'. Under the, control of thu gov- erning commission the inhabitants will retain their religious liberties, their schools and their language. Tlinre will i be no military service, whether com- pulsory or voluntary, In the terrltory of tho Sanr Basin; only a local gen- darmerie for tho maintenance of order may be established. section of the same act a candidate only became R member when the clerk of the executive council caused the returns of his. election and his name to be published.in the Alberta Oozette. Legal Argument There was a lengthy and involved legal argument between Mr. Ewing and Mr. Uoyle 'over these points and the two lawyers.then further Indulged in another technical 'argument over the proposition that, the question once heiiiK whether it should he referred to a coninittteo or taken into the courts to be settled. II was in this conueclfrm that General' Stowart CONSTANTINOPLE, March liotirinot's rules, but Premier Turkish Nationalists are expected Stewart stood, fir m nn what, lie said ne prominent in the new cabinet ati'l wus legal advice that lie had taken It is probable such prominent figure-; carefully on tlio subject bcforo. U was ag Itonlf Hey. deputy for Blvas. and j ever in ihe bouse, and held that Knver Mnaldpha Kemal, Nationalist tho subject must go to Ihe courts I LIKELY TO OPPOSE SIGNING OF TREATY dcr In Anatolia, rimy have consh Inct will strongly oppose ratification of a neaco treaty If It rtoen not recog- any MoUieniRiit was to bo had. Uco. iloadJcy (OXotoks) argued tha' Waugh, a citizen of Winnipeg, to Ihe Commission, the people of Win- nlpeg aro taking a pridetni Interest. This Is alluded 10 by Ihe Krce Press of that olty. nut the aiipointnient of Mr Waugh )s not only of f-poclal In- tercet to Winnipeg but to the whole ot Canada, In lhal Ibo appointment Is a virtual acknowledgment of tho new stilus of tbe Dominion an a nation among Iho nallonn. This Is sensed'In the way Ibe appointment was made. it not bolng made by IhojUriilsh Gov- .eminent but directly by Canada at Ih6 request of Iho Council of Ihe League of Nations. In addition to the of Mr. Waugb's appointment Io the city of Winnipeg, which U dwells on, the Free I'ress refers to this aspect of Iho appointment, slftt- ing that II was perhaps Iho first Intor- aational appointment of a Canadian Tim members who endeavored to bring a motion before tho LeglHlatnre In F.dmonlon, for abolishing the .Sen- ate attached too much importance to during the? the functions of thai assembly. U1 called for an Interference with feileral matters entirely out of order a'nd wasj properly wiuelcbctl. it W.IK a matter of common sense untl not lefc-.il tcclinlcalilles, and put the C'lalms tif the NatlonalifitH. tjiicsiion straigiit to Mr. Gariepy "The Allied high cominlsFloncrs have Ilicr he was ii resident of Quebec 01 been liixiMiiiK the cabinet should Alborla. Mr. Oarfepy ter conilltlons In Anatolia, especially MHII Mr. Iloadloy then inferret ?ince the ill son! CM at Marash. that Ms silenco meant tbat lie fcaroi lo giv-r ;jji answer to the stnteuicn wbirh Hip reriulreil Mr. Mnai ley In withdraw. It wns then that Mr llondky made tho effort to bring i the house register which llic spcake .T. Klliotl. of Olcncoc, ex-M.IM'. for West Middlesex, has been taken cm the slatf ot the Provincinl Alter- Icslslatlvo counsel ruler! ,'jnL of order. LIFE INSURANCE IS A SAVING NOT AN EXPENSE It makes splendid returns on the amount, deposited. Policies which mature.in theirearly years pay ftom 500 per cerit to per cent, on ihe premium paid: --r Policies which mature even.after 50 years pay a wonderful rate of interest when the protection is figured. i People today are carrying double the.amount of insurance they carried five years ago. Are you? If not, see an'Agent of the METROPOLlTAKjtM; INSURANCE CO. THE LARGEST INr'JRANfE'P'JSINES's IN THE WORLD District Oifke: MANAGER J. NORRINGTON 201 Sherlock Block PHONE 339 CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH St. Auguitln's Church, cor. 8th. Ave. and 11th St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow 3rd Sunday In Lent. 8 o'clock: Holy Communion. II o'clock: Celebration of Holy Com- munion. Evensong, 7.30 p.m.: Induction of new rector. Sunday School, 3 p.m. ST, MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHBRIDGE Corner 6th Ave. and 12th St. C. North Rev, Stanley C. Rlpptr 517 12th St, A. North S a.m.: Celebration of Holy Commnn Ion by Archdeacon Hayes, of Cal- gary. H a.m.: Mallns. 2.31 p.m.: Sunday 3.30 p.m.: Adult lilblc 7.30 p.m.: Evensong. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver t. Curtis, Car. Srd Ave, anil 81 h St. 3. Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St. S. Rev. E. Cragg, B.D., Pastor Mr. Claude Hughes, L.A.B., Choir II a.m.: Morning Worship. 12.10: Sabbath School and Bible Classes. 1.30: Band. 4.00 p.m.: Daiitisnral Service. 7.30: Evening Service. The pastor .will .preach at both ser- vices. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. J. Hodgins, B.A., Pastor 1271. 5th Ave. N, Phone 1659 Choir Leader, F, Jciekscn. 10 a.m.: junfnr choir practice. 10 a.m., Boys' Dcpt. of the Sunday School In the Hall. Macleod la to Imve another weekly paper, Io be known as "Tho Macleod Weekly Times." The foreword isaucd by the proprietors r.hows a full valuo of the responsibility attached Io run- ning a newspaper anrl augurs well for Its success if Its professions arc dili- gently carried If tho earnest ilf- sire for an idea! newspaper which runs through the "foreword" is finy r.rlterion, the niilillshers should be.- assured of Ibis success. What About Shoes for the Family? You will profit to a very great extent having the requirements oi the family early, as warm, comfort- able feet arc a great asset. Mesldes this the far-t tbat you will mriro Wr your shoes later on HhouM Vo an Inducement (n jmrrliaso now. We havo the (jiiallty, style and the price lo suit all requlro- j ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOP, ALL ACES W. J, NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING Hihlo School at 10.30 sharp. ['reaching, 11.30: Subject: "Christ's Love." Christian Endeavor at sharp: Leader, Mlw K. Diinsworlh. Rvonlng Service nt 7.30 p.m. Subject: "The Ark a Type." The pastor Is preaching n scries of sermons on Typology. 11 K.m.: Morning Service: Topic, "From Shepherd Lad to Prime Mln islcr" (Second in series.) 2 o'clock, Beginners nnil Primary do pnrlmoula of llio Sunday School In the Hall. 3 o'clock, Girls' Dcpl. of the Sunday -School in the Church. "..If: Adult Dcpl. of Iho 3. S. in the Hall. 7.1S: Sons Service. Evening Sen-Ice: The Pastor will preach. ASSOCIATED BIBLE Dominion 6th Street 5, Sundays, pin.: Bible Study. Sundays, p.m.: Bible p.m.: Hlblc Stiuly, by pr.-ilso, prayer oicl'icc- Ail Wnltomt, -No KNOX PRESBYTERiAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. and 3th S. A. H. Dencon, Mlnflter.-, Ernest F, Laytpn, Organist and Choirm'asttr. Knox "Rejoice in'thi Quartette "Christian, the Morn Breaks Swest ly o'er (Shelleyl; AnthciiL "0, Urlghlness of' the Father's Not 0 Wil: Lay MC In Sunday. Special Anniversary Services. The Itcv. Thomas Wilton, of Medi- cine Hal. will preach bow momln; ami.evening. a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten 11 a.m. Mocnlng Service. 12.15. Big Sisters. .2 p.m.: p.m.: Cbincsc Claw. 7.30 p.m.: Evening PENTECOSTAL AOSEMBl-Y 205 13th Street North W. E, MoAlltter, Pastor Sunday Woralilp, II o'clock. Sunday Evening Kvangollsllc Sei-vlcc. 7.45 p.m. During the .week, Tuesdny anil ThurB- day at 8 p.m. Everybody welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Subject: "Man." Kiimlay Kchiiol. 12.10 n.m. Toslimriny Meeting, Wed. n! S p.m. Reading Room open dally from 6 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenus 9th Rev. F, W. DafOe, Mlnlftcr for. B. Jones, Director of Choir WHAT WB STAND'FOR: KviiiiKctlcal Ministry, Religious Liberty Christian Rrjuallly, Biblical Author lly. Scrvlcos at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The iMslor will preach at both aer virefl. Communion of Ihe Lord's Slipper, thr. reception of now members at the evening service. Sunday School and Illblc Clnss a- Song Service at ?.15. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrt. Hardy, C.O. I -Tiro usual Salunlay niglil I? service.. lKuniliiy--Jl a.m.; 3 C 7.30 u'.iu. ;