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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1913 THE LKTimmnr.K DAILY m-.ium 6r- 5F.VW MRSMIE M'CWIMY Must lie More Co-operation in Must Give Women a Chance Mrs. Nellie McCluag was the spe- cial Breaker ul tbc Anniversary ser- vices heW lit Wesley church Sunday morning. epeaVlug on "Tho Ickial Church." in which sho cmphaslzyO Ibo Is lovo for all Sinttrity not enough. 11 lhal uiykes IM characte from the 27lli elmpttV of Acts. Mrs, -McClung said thai the real test of religion Is when people will jiray for thai Ueppile fully use who are lionesi, upright. loving and forgiving, Religion must consist ot explanation, of emotion, and ol a of ethics. U Is a mysterious ]w we r' Is nol of earth to trans- mute Hie common clay into gold, that which gives one ihe power to be un- afraid. AVhlle emphasizing the fact that it _ is easy to criticize and Ihut I hey who trying the hardest are ihostf iuost criticized. .Mrs. McClunx Vent on tq give her Impressions of the ideal church. It' should adopt a more up- to-date policy In public: matters, for Cod is as Interested In Alberta chil- dren us ho was In the children of Jerael. It Should bt1 interested in present day conditions In Alberta and in Dominion matters, for IE we are not fit to-live; xe are not fit to die. In the many organization and soci- eties formed in the church, people are apt to forget thai religion Is im- 'As la hoiv many tbiugs the churcli should teach, Mrs. 1 it should teach of every matter j lhat concerns humanity, for all such arc matters of rtlislon. Every ques- tion of Ufo is The ideal church will touch each of these questions vrtlli the hand of leaching the futility ol hatred makes ot love the church has such a wonderful or action. Goodness is eoiitagious. U Is in theso that Christ sees the re- demption ol the world. 4 4 'FLU IN CARDSTON? According tu infonunlion which reached ttm city ttiis morning Ihe 'flu broken out v again iu Cardstosi. arcyiiij. The liprok- she Titced br of Kdlth Cavell i-t Mr. who in winch in ihe case vxi. iiujsaUon Horn aiiiiiii bis saiJ to ni thinujuou ct in which sho enipliaBlztii bo uml force Tllc lLat K of lovo lu; tbo Christian pcople Christians is Uio power i r- i and kindness, and it IB her Cud fnU'ndeii that he should he EO, other wise there would btf no pioneers, SID engineers. With tlio ma-icrlul- less ol man went the gentle construe- live tcuch ot woman. Afic-r Tour i in the shot ot one gun thi-re was ex-) the1 upkeep ol a fuiiiily for a year, onh faint to the conclusion that ;hcre was somahlng wrong. There was too much ol man's rule. M The (hen vent on to show WEEPING ECZEMA A Reflect Treatment For Tliis Distressing Complaint 1 Osr. "I had u atUck of Weeping Eczema; so had that my clothes would bo wet Uirough at times. For four moclhs.Isufrercd terribly, I could get. no relief until I tried 'Fniita-Uies and 'Soolha Salva' TLo first trralmcnt gave me relief, Altogether, I haie used three boxes of 'Sootha Salva' aud iwo of am cutirelyncli" G. W. HALL. Both these sifrllDg reicedles are by dealers at 60c.a for on receipt of price by Ottawa: "FrtaU-a-tirts" is also puti op in which sells for 25c. never knew sudi cry was tiial ;ii home, but in U came out lo work ineui, but in the uiipr men's wcrk ihai U: could bo fr, :I; eminent of Ureut communal Iaundrie> iij, where the vhil looked tficr so tliui thy extra The tin of need iluy No1 tlll'JUgll ijipr1 I'iVJou of Liii'l iiroi'idcd could to them at home. what can be now knew Some Startling Figures In Canada, Mrs. M j Dr. I'unybciire, Crown j tor, (jives Some Interesting I Tacts on Alien QueMiun Wojnan them. Inclined to In the recoiiEtructiyn work the houses were 10 hiive windows than before. There was to be more light. So one of the duties of women In reconstruction was to put in more windows lo bring more as a city of Viiims. Yel the mortality of sT in whereas In AVhiniix-g tin; mortality 193 In H'OO. In I'uiiatfa C'XOOO :rs ot died i'j raided chick- m ili'1 ivfcv of children under live yt In ttic year. I'topk' Wj 'llllg JlturU i 'H light to ttie world. It was a connnon! etia tfcowed niore saying lhat women should not vote j rearing them. tli because they could nux .light. Tlio women in ihe lcClung referred lo the. reconstruction problem as OI7l3 feverish, stomach childrt'j it behooves us net to have wnlch not only concerned women butibreal11 Had; has sore our morals besmirched. It is a thnc for which women were specially full of cold, give a' when we should stand loyalty by our lbe -teaspoonful of "California Syrup ol public men who are uoiug ihctr best and In r> fnw hours all the for the betterment of things. To make', undigested fond and sour bile gently1 a definite stand for a moral campaign j Tint iu iii'; ?-s Crown lYui-iuciitur and agent fur iho Attorney- Gi'W-ral of Alberta seventy cent. of tiic Charges uf violence 1 ful wouniiins wore against for- and with the e.iiepttou of twu, prwciiMis in cuses were rurelgntrn, was iJic niide by Dr. r. Conybeare. K.C., in aidrr-asiiiK ihe !-'orum on Simday on o, Die Alien Qucsiion. 14 life It is cutious. the speaker, lhat in the dtfuiition of alii-n Chinese from .ippy Hong Kong and Fijians. who wore ALL CHEN LOVE "SW OF FIGS" FOR LIB M BOILS Give It When Feverish, Cress, Bilious, In our regard of the iilk'n they; should not lie ail jtlaced in the same category, some were more dusfrablo than others. Nor In judging then; can the standard of tho alien en- for Bad Breath or Stomach. Sour have his liquor. There. lausl be some them in lhat iliey were made H was u strange Bituaiion thnt people] would cheerfully their closest. trom fighting against usM and dearest to go out and fight for i Many of them were compelled to do 1 right while they stayed at home and so under the military conditions of the i indorsed that which was wrong. There I t-0untrleB they were Uvinff in. Fn this I to the yjimg in this re- j connection tlim Poles in Germany and I Upect that Ihey should not he -tiie Uukowinians In Austria may he iur3 of ihcir elders. There light- mentioned in that in sentiment they Ing to he done al homo, though the hrerc Look at the tongue, Mother! If was over. The hostile to the countries they signs, however.' were figl'ting for. ed, it is a sure sign lhat your little werti hopeful in that the iiuople wore ono's Ftomaeh, liver and liowels need' geiting more iutc-re-ted In moral and a genlle, thorough cleaiising at once.' issues, in reconstruction peevish, cross, listless, pale, I we have men and womeif'-vvho doesn'l sleep, docan'i eat or act natu-: ire prayerful. In the interests of the rallv. feTm-teh i( m pared to consider and adopt the idea: of others if they are better. Our migration laws must be re-organi; so that we can gel in Hie most i We should not, continued Dr. Cony- heare, consider thai we are the cream on top of the milk and be content with our own ideas. We should be prc- moves vouL of Us little- bowels with- in our schools was a necessity. adapted, This was the daj ot rule of the people. France years agn refused to accent reformation ana had to accept revolution. In the great work of reconstruction -woinen were going to take a great part Tho na- ture ot woman was Eo mafce and to build, otherwise they- would nol be makiug quilts. U requires patience to lhey love lts laste- and ll a1' should unlle in working so that the fi j to fceJ hfglnvays of life shait become high- endine d'araders- and Keep Baby's Woollens Soft and Sweet. Even little garments are dear must make them last, and of course you want them always soft and comfy for the important wee person. fj The little woollens need never shrink a stiffen or grow after repeated washings if you cleanse them in the pure, creamy Lux lather. It's so to whip trie delicate Lux flakes into a rich simple to squeeze the suds through the little take them out absolutely sweet and clean and fresh. Lux harms nothing that pure uxifcr may touch, LEVER BROTHERS UM1TED, TORONTO. LUX on qualily rather than on quantity In the desire for the peopling of the country In the spirit that we hold Can- out griping, and you have a well, play- ful child ngain, You needn't coax take this .harmless In conclusion, the sneaker called ou I women to enlist for service for the sick children lo life to win the cross, the "fruit syinhcl of the Red Cress. Women ideals many foreigners differ from us.jatla hl lrusl aud as a heritage for the What we consider of importance in! generations that are to follojv-. Ihe value and Eafeguarftiig ol human leasing vocal solo was rendered make quilts. Too Much There was a fundamental difference, "California Syrup of which Ehall roam life Ihey regard as trivial. In this b5' Sllsa view the speaker gave the conduct ot a foreigner charged wilh the commit- tal of a most hrutal assault in the death oE- his Victim oi which if he TVRS proved directions for babies, children of all) Beware ot counterfeits sold said. Mrs McCltmft between and Kirta. The girl loved i- doll, the boy nrefSrrcd.lo cliaio aUcr and to batter To bo sure yuu get genuine. a v this was a5K (o Ecc tllai lt is M.dic bv "Callfor-' be a perfect i boy In being BO ria Fif Syrup Company." Refuse any destructive.; mfsterful, and other kind'willi Advert. HR ISTME MATTER 2 LIIM OLOIGRD guilty the consequences ivould be most serious, Tie listened at the prelimin- ary trials, to the evidence, and when il was over casually ashci if he might go- Later on when condemned lo ho hanged, he callously remarked lhat he had to die once and H was oetler lo dte lhan to live in this country. Though not figuring so much in cases of theft, in tho matter of crimes of violence and unlawful wounding, in speaker's experience as Crown Anderson; ONE KILLED IN EXPLOSION WORCESTER. Mass., March One man was killed 'and badly injured here toda'y when a barrel'.of naplha vip'Oded in a building at- tached to the plant of the. Baldwin Chain and Manufacturing Company on Chandler etreet. Charles Berthjaump, NO PLACE FOR THE CORNER LOT SHARK _____ March central council of covlels here issued a decree forbidding 'palliation In real estate, Nobodjr will be permitted to buy more real'estate Uian. he neefls for his personal liee. The crauncil also itocreert a prevenlive censorehip lor the press of tte Rhtaelaod. OSGOODE HALL MAN DEAD TORONTO, 'Mtrcli It. Thora, for 40 years taxing officer at 50 years old, a steamfitteri was Killtd. Hall, died on Saturday. Comedy and Tragedy Witnessed By Local Soldier Back From (he War the serious offences were committed by foreigners in tho period of the last; 15 and 20 years. In the cases of mur- der, where the accused were found Pie. K. Hewill. of the'Slst baUalion. suilty or not, with tbe exceplion of who has just returned, tells a story of tho metl charged were a Ford car at the front which greatly Risners. interested the rncn who witnessed the The greatest trouble in dealing with incident, though it had Ha tragic side, the aliens was that neither in educa- A's the car was conveying four wound- lion nor in thinking they Ihe ed from the dressing station a shell same as ourselves. H docs not fnllnm anded on it throwing out and killing lhat because a man is a foreigner he the men and blowing away the roof, is necessarily objectionable. The for- leaving the engine untouched, so that eigner uneducated was a danger iaj it ran along as it nothing had hap- that going Into the ranks of labor he pened. discounted the chances ot the rem- Pte. Hewitt who went over in May of the ills of lahor which re- 1916. wna vvoundctl at the Sommc and quired intelligence behind it to fortify iis claims. Tho consequence would be that tbe besl minds u-ould desert the ranks ol labor aud the economic good ol the country would be thereby impoverished. was )7 months in hospital. Returning he was again wounded at Amiens in ,the" enemy spring drive being shot on Ihe right Jcg and through a finger. Herbert A. Bruce, with his bride, lias returned to Toronto. Where the Shoe Pinches! This man knows where ihe shoe pinches and he lays the blame on no one but himself. "I should have known better." This is the kind of reform that counts. Most people busy themselves trying to rtform other people. They think things would be just a little better if somebody'else did just a little different. But where the shoe pinches is probably with yourself, with my. self, with ourselves. When we get to the point of knowing (his and acknow- ledging it, then we have made a start. Let's try this line of reasoning in tack- ling our Community problems. Where does the shoe pinch? "Am I doing any- thing that is keeping back the growth of my "Am I leaving anything undone to advance the With this spirit we can ate. Co-operation wins every time, Monuments A vis.I lo Ihn cemelery show many ex- amples of our ?klll 39 monuracnl builders, Among them are every sort of memorial ran Bins' from tlio very simplest to Ihe raosl ornale anil sMlc- Iy, and every one baars Iho hall mark of j-joai laslo skillful work- manship. Our hook ol de- signs will he shown lo any who plan ft atone for their plot. LETHBK ffiOKUMENTAL WORKS 8th Street South R. Needs, Prop, The remedy in llic alien problem Dr. Conybeare hold was the insistence DANCE THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL Sharpen Safety Razors All Makes of Single Edge, per dozen 30c Double Edge, dozen 40c Ordinary Razors Sharpened, each Rehandkd, each...........SOc Sciuors Of all Kinds Sharpened 15c-25c Clippers Sharpened We I have n first class equipment and do exiierl work. Every, Job Double Edge, per dozen 45c Durham.Duplex, per dozen.. 50e Pothet Knjvei lOc to 15c D. Hurtebese 4t2 Fifth St, S. In Minor's Barber Shop "0" The Tailor AUTCIONSALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS March 2Oth COMMENCING SHARP AT ONE O'CLOCK.'P.M. -I .v At the Farm Lateif Operated by Bert MaxweB, miles South oi CoaWale, Main 6 mares, B and 6 years old. In foil; 5 mutt, S to 10 jresn oM; 1. trown geWing. 10 years old; 1 cow, call at foot; 1' car, to In Jlay; 1 wagon, tip top lira; 1 wagon and grain tank; 1 light Manitoba rack; 1 huggy pole and stalls; 1 Titan engine with H-lnch brcatier and stubble bottom power Wt yknri: 1 Massey-Harris binder anV> Iruck, T It. I Masaey-Hairft-tfitder, 1 Dcerlng binder with truck, S ft.; 1 McCormlck Deering mowers, 5-tt.; 3 sweep rates; 2. hay rakes, ordinaiFj 1 roller. tandem discs; 2 Kentucky press drills, docile disc I6s; 1 Bleel sec. lover-with cart; 1 John Deere sulky plow, in inch, high lilt; 1 John Deere plonv stag, sulky, 16 inch; 1 P. O. gang, H inch; 1 Emerson disc gang; 1 John 2-horso cultivatorj 1 rural ditcher and gratler; 1 lioftt; I'.swlns 200 gallon teed'boiler; 2 hay racfcs; G sets nar- ness; 1 blacksmith's'outfit; 14 h.p. gas srin4er. S Inch; 4 grain ptcklers; 1 lincrson wild oat separator. Tools, anil Utenstla too numerous to mention. Titan engine with plows subject to reserve bid. All other articles no reserve. of and under cash. Amounts OTBT half balance on approved note maturing Nov. 1sV with interut 8 cent per annum. PETER LeVALLEV, JOHN M. Auctioneer., Indliriav'.C AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 723 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. TUESDAY NEXT, MARCH iUh .-.-i Al tpa o'clock pm. j Frank Waddington r INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNERj WILLvSiLL'iy V RESERVE, A QUANTITY OF FURNITURE Aril cllccls Including: Attractive DINING SUITE in mission comprjiiing clinlnpt table and stt of brass ticii complete with'Siirinss (ind rtaUrcus; brass cflmpteic; osk dressers ami wostalanda; GOOD DAVENPORT; oc- casional lablca; two (uracd oak rocxera; occwional chairs; DOMINION" ORGAN, splendid lone; mandolin; StephA's siot gun; two Conttolciira russi- OARPBT SQUARE; CHESTERFIELD upholstered In lapestrri raualc lent TALKING MACHINE, mahogany cabinet; kJtciwft kitchen andichelrs; tubs, etc., etc. TERMS CASH ;