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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH U, 1U20 to be noted. Tho banquet spread provided by the- ladles ot the congress-, lion and left nothing lo be desired. The toast list was short and ihe speeches were brief aud highly inter- esting. So that there, were- all tho elements to mako the evening one to bo remeiuberc-d by tho men of the congregation. "Our Church" The toast to the Kins was respond- ed to in the usual manner, following which 'Our Church" was proposed and responded to by Mr. J. IX Higlu- boiham. speaking of "The- Past" and -ast and Future of Church and'Dr. v. Craig, chairman of the T, i f Board of Managers, speaking for ''The Its Institutions Subject Of ruiiiro." In his remarks Mr. Higlu- j bolham us an old timer In tho city (told the ucwcomera ot the church In the early days, how the first Presby- Threo rousing cheers and a User leriau church vas built in 1SS5 on 'or "the minister" ringing within the I the'site where now stands the court vails of the church is something one 1 house, and of the church's first miul- seldom hears iu u lifetime andlslor. the late Bev. Chas. 'McKlllop, 'Padro" Denoon could not have help-! Iho Fighting Parson. Awlotes ot tho si but feel proud when such a tribute ,vas paid him as one of tho luen of he church by tho 125 or more adult nale members of the congregation vhp gathered round tiie banquet board >f Knox Church on Monday evening in the occasion of the Men's Banquet early days showlug ihe. fervor of tha church's first sky pilot vycre told ia an iutereMing manner which carried one back to the real beginning ot thiugi iu I-ethbridge. In his speech following Dr. Craig laid stress on the splendid example tfiin-u has to be looked forward I set by tho founders of tho church in as cue at the events of Hi? church :ni'example which should vear. It was a fittiug conclusion to! inspire tho men ot today to carry ou i splendid evening. J tho good work and endeavor to Rev. Denoon acted as toastmaster j the church do Its real work for tho if the occasion ami tilled'the position I good ot the community. He stressed with the characteristic grace and j ihe significance of Forward Mover oodfellowshil) for which he has cornelment which Is broadening tb.8 scope BLUEWBBON TEA It is easy to say a thing is matter to prove it. Blue Ribbon Tea will stand every test. TRY It, Sixth Anniversary Services WESLEY CHURCH Next Sunday, Mar. 14 MORNING AND EVENING' BLAND, Calgary WILL PREACH AT BOTH SERVICES THE DAY IS ALSO PLANNED AS A "GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY" LIBRARY GROWS IN POPULARITY R IVom the report ot the public library it would op- "51 pear that tho Institution is gain- IHK in patronage.' Tbero were books loaned during the month, un average ot 137 a day, v as compared to in Janu- ary. There >'ero new cards issued during February, t which, together' with 157 old cards, make a total ot 4T1 so far issued. The. receipts from tho cards amount to v Jllss Bletcher, tho new librar- Ian, is on tho desk, and sev- oral improvements in the way ot handling books, etc, arc be- ing. made. if the church life, waking it an in- ititutlon for the everyday man. Knot )hurch, ho believed, was.equipped to take a largo place In tie future ot he city and there was u place iu U or all. "Our City" 'Mayor Hardio replied to ths toast o "Our City" In a speech which por- rayed something of his Scotch up- hrluglng and Ills inborn arguments- iveness. lie had a word of wamiug '.or tho church In tho matter of re- orms, urging that the church should not merely start reforms by criticism >ut should help to carrs- out the law In this connection 'ho declared that he -Alberta Uquor Act was not being enforced as it was intended to be enforced because the church was In Its duty. Thero is too much ot a tendency even In the cburcli for the easy chair critics to have their sajr and stop at that. "Our Sunday School" "Onr Sunday School" gave -5fr. E. L Copeland an opportunity to tell ot the splendid work of that institution. He regretted that there was somewha ot a tendency on tho part of the men of tho-chureh to leave.the work o the Sunday School to the ladles. The ladles do the work nobly, but the San day School as onVot'the training schools for. cltkessMp should engage the attention, of more, -'There was plenty- oi room 'for'-all to Iu that institution. "of th delinquent children's' departments: o Canadian and American'cities showed what a force for good' citizenship' th Sunday'Schools were and for that rea son fhe men of .fhe' congregation should give Kno.t Sunday School eye support. Capt. Denboii in a few .word following .'declared, lib believed -Kno Bhould have a Sunday'School'of 60 boy's and girls. 'iOur Ladles" Cant. E. C. MacKenzio paid a glow ing tribute to the ladles' organiz? tions of the congregation in responc ing to tho toast 4o "Our Ladles. With equal suffragei established :ri ladies taking their seats in the parlia meats ot the nation, n new flajvwa dawning and he was sure it would to reflected wilh. good results ,In' th church. Tho .basement of Iho church wa prettily decorated for the event an the program of speeches' intersperse with well rendered musical number Including solos by Miss Simm, Mrs E. P. Layton and Ttlri E. G. Hazel ind a trio ty Mrs. Layton, Miss Haze and JHss Simm with Mr. play ing Uie violin obligate. The functlo was concluded with the singing ot th national anthem. EVERYBODY INVITED NO FINANCIAL APPEAL General Invitation to St. Augustin's Reception The members, adherents and friends of St. Augustin's Amalgamated Parish will hold a RECEPTION ON THURS- DAY EVENING, AT O'CLOCK, IN THE NEW MASONIC HALL, formerly known as the Sons of Englandt Hall, 10th Street South. The reception IE in honor'of the new rector, Rev. Mr. Barrow and Mrs. Barrow, The committee In charge has sent out formal invitations according to the fullest lists In its pooeulon. U realizes, however, that some friends of the church may not have received invitations, through not bslng on such lists. To any member, adherent or friend of St. Auguitin's Parish a cordial Invitation is extended to be present. 76-3 THE COMMITTEE IN CHARGE. Plans for Broadening Scope Of Organization To Laid at Annual Mcef llctail merchants ot Lethbridge are ut for a Wreer ami better organlza- !ou during 1920. A get-together lun- heou will ho held Monday cveulug ext above the Alberta Grill, vrlwu ilans will bo formulated for putting new life Into the local branch oC ho Detail Merchants' Association. The executive of 1919 met Tuesday morning In tho Board of Trade rooms, when. It was decided to call the mal mooting for .Monday even- ng. A round table talk was Indulged n at today's meeting. ip ot root of a tooth you can lave pain la almost any part of the iodr. This is an addition to the ivlls and the paiua that result from he actual' absorption either of pus or of pus products. An aching tooth" E not onlj- uncotnloitRblo, Out It Is very dangerous. nerves of W. D. Shoemaker, a prlsou guard, that he shot and killed himself Just before the were marched to the dealli chamber this morning, Tho two men -who paid the death penalty were Jacob Kdluger and Ness, who murdered a in Clflduoatl. PREACHER SUES BOARD CHICAGO. March IVev. Charles S. -Marsolf, pastor ot the North Chicago I'restij'terlnu churcli, was arrested recently when he tiled to enter the church nfter tho board of trustees had dismissed him, entered action yesterday for agalnsUUie church charging slander, falso imprisonment and conspiracy.' Halloyburg, Ont., has an overdraft ot I25.CKIO and unpaid taxes totalling KIDNEY PILLS NEW CHANCELLOR DIOCESE OTTAWA, Jtarch is announc- ed that ;Francis-H. 'GIsborne has beeu appointed chancellor-ot the diocese of Ottawa, to'succeed ilr. Justice Orde, occupied that'position for many years, tut has retired since his eleva- tion bench. SUICIDED WHEN NERVES SHATTERED BY DOUBLE ELECTROCUTION, COLUMBUS March 8.--A double elefllrocutjonVso affected the Just Get Out of Sloan's "Knock It WEREN'T.'prepared for that quick-switch In 'temperature were you stiff, sore, full of rheumatic twinges? You should navo' had a bottle of Sloan's Liniment would have soon cased up tho muscles, quiet- ed the Jumpy, paiatuj, affected part-- penetrated without rubbing, briuglug 'gratifying Helpful in all attacks ot lumbago, sciatica, external soreness, stiffness, strains, aches, .sprains. Uet a bottle at 35c. 70> ?1.10, in-Canada.) Sloan's fit-en u handv TEETH By Kea P. JIcGee. M.D., D.D.3. TOOTHACHE SHERIFFS SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, TO WIT: By virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out of the Supreme Court of Alberta, at the of FERNANDO DE LA OANDARA, Plaintiff, and ALFRED ERNEST OAVI30N, Defendant, and to me directed aaalnstthe Goods and Chattels of Alfred Ernsst Davison, I have seized and taken Into Execution the following Goods and Chattels, namely: ONE BU1CK1914 TOURING CAR, IN RUNNING ORDER. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE AT GRAHAM GARAGE, LETHBRIDGE On THURS., llth Day of MAR., 192O Al the hour of 2.M In the Afternoon. MALCOLM YOUNO, Sheriff, Judicial District Lelhbridge, Shd-iffs Cifflee, Lethbriifje, March 1X, 1920, One of the most peculiar .things about toothaches Is that In three out of four cases the tooth that seems to ache is innocent. The teeth seem to act like a large family of children. When one o[ them raises Cain he blames it on the other. So don't be surprised when you go to the dentist and confidently tell him that the tooth upon which your finger is resting Is the one tiiat Is cauulng the trouble and then the den- tlat will make a few teals and tell you that It is another tooth, probably far distant from the ono that you suspect. There arc so many different forms of toothache that each person prob ably has a'different experience from anyone else. There are limes, even, whou it Is very difficult lo really say jthp.t the pain that Is belnfc suffered Is a toothache, although almost every- one thinks that there would he no j ficulty whatever In recognizing this 'particular form of pain. In addition to pain directly about the teeth, an aching tooth can cause.pain in tho I ear, or In the eye, or almost any form of headache, pains in tho neck, arm, nnd (Iiere have been cases on record In which practically all the pain ot an aching tooth was felt in tho solo of the foot. Tho evil result ot an aching tooth is not so much the pain inflicted o: Ihe patient at ihe tlmo, ns U Is the harm done lo th'o general system by the absorption of pus from the Infect- ed root of the tooth. It tt qulto'true that not all aching teeth are abscess- ed because Ihe slightest exposure of Iho pulp will result in sharp pain. But this cjposuro Is bound lo result j In tlie dealli o! tho pulp, and so will have following in the train of Ihh HD.'n.lho certainly of Infection, which j means absorption. Thore are other cases In which tho pulp Is uot eipos- ed, from some form of irritation such as a iooth being bitten upon too' hard, or being exposed, 10 extremes of licat aiicl tmd, or being ground down for crowns or bridges. the Irrllntlon will sometimes cause the pulp ln.-tlie. WJicn the pulp dlca It Immediately begins decomposition. Thlfi causes the formation of gnu. which in turn makes very high pres sure upon the ncrvo filaments that supply the pulp, and this pressure la carried back over tho main branch of Iho fifth nerve where It may be re- layed lo many parls of Iho body, so that from Iho rMlvs prejsuro, a.l.'tbf (floves- VJ- PISTINCTIONI Ask to be shown the newest dainty styles. ACME GLOVE WORKS, LTD. Protect Your Life Against SAN SANTRO-PAS PAS kra omrBOsr KTES.BBUISES BOILS, i BUMGtG SOSES. PliEUMONW.6UR.NaJ G 8CEA5TS RISC HORN. SWELLING ETC. ETC. SAN-TRO-PAS the work- .even after congestion has set in with Influenza. 'Reliable physicians iti this province have confirmed (his Fulldirectioris for using San-Tro'-Pas are given in the circular. that accom- panies each box ot San-Tro-Pas. San-Tro-Pas is a powerful anii- septic andposscsses wonderful heal- ing powers, For sale at all. 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