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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THF. LRTHRRIDGE DAHA HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH She Ictbbriboe fceralfc f, atbcrta I! ftAILY WEEKLY and Publiihtrt JTHC LtTHfRliXSE HERALO PRINT. INC COMPANY. LIMITED Ml South, Uthbrlioe W. A. Buchanan FTMlicat and Mwssing Director MB Tarzeace iher men, money, nor material. A third ol letting tK> fire born It. out, was a brutal r-oiuy: so the Allies liad trkd Iho by no means unkmnin on llie .Vwth.Woet Ktomlez of of s'-in'.nouins a ecu- terer.ce to fiv whether order could not be restored. In the ,-2au. speech there was a passive veil uonh repining, stucj (Bolshevism setfius to ba finding1 solve j friends Lit ibis section, ol the world, j Lloyd I JILJI Iieiorw coming to the House 1 Business Manner an Knglisi .workman who had !haJ live year? in'ltussia. Ho is Just TELEPHONES jtiaefc, and what he contains a 1252 i to tbis country. His i224Jvera extraordinarily a i mouth. Uc a printer. Tbit is a paradise, you say. He a pound of baiter cost biru and lie could always get it. A (From O-f Ow Mr. J, ami IrLsh reading by Mr. S, ulst? eave a very nicely and recent war song. C. E, Saov: and M. A. very intcrestics dresses 'roQceroitic the beginning acd irowth ot the Kcliot Societies which had their vonimcncoiueut March I7tb, U42. Trier UHH claimed to tho organization ot '.ho western world. Refreshments were served gratia to j all aad the gxvl time (inlshfcd j with a big dancinp juriy In Iho gym- jnasium. Tho ladies deserve much, j credit tor ihft gooj tlttie so freely giv- Audi! Bureau o) Clrcuiatlcns. Subscription Rstei: Vti'r. delivered, ppj t .15 Dally, delivered', per year Si.50 by ffij'l, year !5.00 by mail, per year 5150 by mall, per yesr lo U.S..SSOO Dales of eipirv o! subscrinllons ap- esr dally on address libel. Accept- n ot after eiplratloa data Is v lo coatlnoe. the sab- PUBLICITY IN LABOR DISPUTES In a debale in the BriHsh House of Commons, i. H. Thomas, a promin- ent labor leader, emphasized the im- jwrtaaco of publicity in avoUins dis- trust and litficsltiec. hays: iissatisfactloa over laboi As tho London Times "There is always in 'every .-dispute kas lids that is conscious of having 'food case; very often both are ccn- of it. Tus natural impulse ot li jnan engaged in a Quarrel in which ke bellevts himself to be in the right fe to tell everybody about it and to his cise- But in these in- rjrjarreli an extraordinary vecrecy maintained until open vakes concealment impossible; and then one or other side begins grufig- tejly'to let the light of day on the H the other day the locomo- tive e'ncineers on the on? band and Ihe Railway Eieculive on tte otter. or either of them, had sent us a plain BUMoitat ot what was going on in tne tint stage of disagreement, the whole trouble would certainly have teen averted. As it was, we were leit to divine the existence of a misunder- rtaadliig over tbe interpretation ot the The two parties did. not. perceive it taenxelves, because each iras looting ttLrortgfa bU own spectac- aricYnad his'oVn interpretation in mhrd. So tney accused each otter of bad faith; and so It ij in all- these pound of sugar ho eaid cost him That iras somewhat cheaper. For a week ho couM get na bread at all. yet his pockets' ivere bulging vvitU That 'is an ecott'otuic condi. tton that cannot for ever. Vntor- lunately, il lasted for a long time in France. 1 wonld ask ray con. friends to turn their minds occasionally from the which sometimes are helpful and sometimes arc not. and which Mmetlmes mean well and sometimes do to read up ths story ot the French Revo'.ulion. All these things bappfrned Iheu. Theio was all this .paper money, all this bankruptcy of France. Tnat country was hopelessly bankrupt in all these years. The same thing happened in France as is happening according to the uHilary evidence which we !iava got to Russia. Tiie lureut iuter- .vention in the affairs of Russia is drivins even the moderate parties in Kustta into the hands ol the Bolshe- vists. Tilat part of Ihe evidence wo have got Some of the officers of the old armies 'are actually taking part ox- in reorganizing lue gea Army of Is experience to teach indi- Iduals arul never to teach nations? I gree with my hon. and gallant friend a tne seise of horror at Bolshevism, n his refusal lo take it by the liand. That, however, ought not to prevent s in the interests of not merely Uus- la, but in (he inierests'ot Brilain and f tae.-wtirld from doing at any rate or best lo restore order and.good orernraent'to teat distracted country George's injgestion that we hould recall tho French revolution, followed, raJght remove a lot of Hnslons from those who at present re possessed with the gVm of liol- History repeals itself, we re told, and Bolshevism fc deslined to meet tie fife or (he Commune in caaes. The tcfore tiit the Court can see'what the StispataaU cannot, and can detect 'the cause of difference. there is really bad faith pub- licily is etill more effective. Looking back over Ihe war can see one case aUer another in a frank public statement, made early enough, would lave averted all the trottble." The :TuBes slates tie very truly. "We have uid plenty ot indns- trial disputes here, to knorr Uiat sec- recy is a bine to industrial licily Is the safeguard. The- public usually judges fairly. H the workers ielng unfairly treated Ihe public wants to know abOQt It, acd their in- flBence will very quickly rfcmedy mat- ters. If the -worker Is exacting so much, that Industry will try .-won't bo injnred by putting Itj case fcefore the public. Pressure of public option h a powerful weapon. A party to an indnstrial dispulo that can con jtince the public that he is Eafferlns from injustice, can almost always tiring about a remedy; Put the tacts before the people atd they -will judge- Tlitre Is too much M-doors complainlnc and criticising. is needed b know- ledge ot the facfs. -Mr. Thomas is a leader and Be Iraowj that sec- recy is harmful; U brtsjs in (rouble toefore' lie people- live been Inform of Its facls. A just cause can IKU Wly depend upon psolic support and a Jost cause should not be afraid of tie Itmellgiit. LLOYD GEORGE ON 7H ERUSStAN SITUATION The Russian eltuadon is so calea that we lrec.t it as a puzzle, too Intricate lo solve. Much criticism has oilered of the 'proposed PrinWpo Conference, but the purpose of it, as J.loycl Gtorje explained it in Ihe Bri fish House o: had merit In this speech the Brlibh Prlmi Winlsler cleared tho ground at the ttart slating categorically that n> proposal had ever been pui forward tc recognize the Bolshevists. The firs tact ha wanted to set into the mind of tijo Brillsh puhlie wai that, un lets Here was peace in Russia, I no good the Conference separat ami saying they had made thi of tbe world, One way of deal Int irtta the problem wai by down rlfkt Intervention, bat he Insisted tha (Sere wm so sane man in Britain wh woili adtite Ihe Govemmenl, ad' nemrlr five years of war, to undertak I'nirt'.enterprise.. He the arguments for and against effei non.BoljJiovift Goi cnnetits, and asked if 'anyone ha: ICOMM the Ke fold the tankly that America would send ne Jxjrd NorthclWe, la on? of liis or- ffs, says' not opera srnjjers ftnt Mrvaats of lieir pioriies." -UterlhiE, we presume, statesmen will live to His Lordship's tuae. The Caljrary Herald rettrs to the 0. B. U. iu One Big Onion.' This is rue in thai it will bring tears to tie a of those -who were caught nap- when they endorsed it when they up from lieir dream. In the United states tbe -western senators are organizing a league ti ight ttf. league' o! Nalions. There 3 something of a baseball league in Whether the big lea- roe. or the enulll league will win will be a matter of iulerest to the public. Brigadier-General Smart has brought some serious charges against the Can- adian WedlcaljServlce overseas. They are charges of the description that re- qulre a full investigation. Wthout any suspicion of treating, what the ienerai said in a frivolons spirit it Is cerlalniy a case where (bose who may be found to be guilly should be raado to smart. .Tho House at Ottawa, as the repre- sentatlve of tne people. Is rightly jeal- ous. Its, privileges. The Senate iris given a gaetle reminder, when, in m iddress fo the Governor-General, it production on the label of o( Senate of atl papers and documents n the :hands of tbe government in regard lo the. late delegation of far- mers to Ottawa, that It a breach of privilege. This was tlie parlia- mentary way administering a (jufet snub to Ite geallemen ot Ihe upper clumber. Senator Lonrcot, of the U. S., in his opposjlion lo the -League of. Katlons, staled that. In his Judgment, Presi- dent Wilson had onre more misjudged the tamper of the American psople and the Opinions as lo the league of N'atlous are hy no tneana unanimous in the States, ami when tne senator speaks ol the Senate and the r-eople in the same breath he re- minds one of the three tailors of Too. ley Street w'r.o. In Ihclr famous peti- tion, (darted off with "We, the people of Knglaiid." beinsj iu rewfinitlosi ot ihe j ome such of eGlertain- CARDSTON. Mar. was to thow vbo fit to aUeuJ. Lirge attendance tvening at Uiet iuitUl debate of the recently formed society helii in the lied Cros? ball ion Main stroet. This orgaulratiun 1ms I come Into b need 'or so: meat that wouU give dcvelovaifM to its and at the same tiaio re- creation for those who do not feel That they can aCford very (requeully to spend iheir tusids ou the usual travel- ling attrdcttoiis at big prices. The olficers are Mr. K. X, Harder. chafrmau; eseemlve committee, eluding the chairman, Stto poole snd Carlson with K. B. Cook attd S. H, N'eUon. While sereru! of those who were ex- pected lo participate lasi evening were yet there a good bat-j lie line drawn up to discuts the reso-j luUon: "That inarried lite Is" prefer- able to slnsle lire." j The side of the married people was diernpioned by 'Mr. Ornius Bates and Miss Annie Walker, while Messrs, W. Sheffield and II. J. Wood, ibulh in' thti married man's stood up for the "vouM-beweds." The two gentlemen made very pleasing and witty speeches, they bad the audience the resilience of Premier Uoyd George affairs; Premier Cleruenceau. Stephen Pichon, French foreign minister; Pre- mier Orlando 'and Generals Allenby and Diaz. The was chiefly on the question of mauilaturies (or conutrtes in Astallu Turkey, incUitlins jtesopotamia, Palestine. Syria and Ar- menia. of Uritfrli. Krenrh and arM" "Sions was consijercd as hi a beanne on mandatories. Some .Slates becoming a i PA JCKED UP IN ASS1NG KOH THE BUSY MAN mini JJJCf-UtJ, LUC> ilUIIHriltW j laughing aaJ Mr. M'onl estecblly did B'as. -1 aot bure Urn, lor M, laih tu or ot g h possibly Hie result might have been different I While 51r. Bales and did not produce so much In the way c'i- i her Toronto's requeit to the to raUlY the Catholic Huts grant u'KUOriwu- Pieces IJSVG been placed uiiJer the ban al Medic Use ilat. owing to another outbreak o( influetira. Medicine Ilat ratepayers will vote on a bylaw for lor tho new hospital. The six-year medical at the University ot Toronto will be con- tracted to five years for ei-soldiers. Her. JSnaeat Williams, formerly of1 Astern, has applied for ID tho of Glasgow. John E. Hanrahau, pioneer founder and cf tho Is j tioad at Baltimore, Mil Me was 59 j years of It is proposed to osiablish a cheese factory at llymcrs, and a meeting will i bo held at tho close ot seed fair on March itf, K. 1J. Hand, S7, one of the oldest newajiapor men in Canada, died at Lindsay, Ontario. He ,'ounded several weeklies his ueiskboriioocJ. C. S. Margetsan. fcrmerjy in charge of (he Anglican church 'at Ninette, Manitoba, died at Miami and was bur- Archdeacon Thomas. WINN1FRED humor, yet they did have the neces- sary poims to iiHng the virtcry to their side. They were well posted on the subject and bolh did remarkably We hope tnty have llioroushlv converted themselves, so that in fu- ture they may show that their argu- ments have resulted in action toward filling up the ranks the warrltd class. The judges o! the debate irero Mr. J. Waller Low, principal ot the Carts- ton school. Rev. G. Isaacs of the Angli- can cSurcb, and 'Mr. E. Lecman. The decision was vtry carefully given showing tbal every point Had bsen not- ed and weighed by the learned, judges. Another good evening is promised in the ntar future when the resolution will be: "That henceforth the youth o; Canada should be subjected to a Period of compulsory miiiiiF? service as a necessary safeguard to Hie wel- fare and EEcurily of the nation." The affirmative will be led by Mr. H. -Macintosh and .Mr. E. Leeman will arrange the side for the negative. There was a cession or the district court held this week al the Cardston ttrart house before Junge Jackson. The'case'we a that of H. D. Folsom Vs. Cardston Implement Ltd., in connection -with building supplies put into a house. The decision in fa- vor of (be defendant, woo was'repre- sented bv Barrister D. H. Elton of Lettbridge. Another new business is about to blossom forth in build- Ing formerly occupied, by Mr. A. B. Cure as harness maker, Las been sold to Mr. Luther J. Wolsoy'.wbo open- ing -up neit week in the mercantile business. Groceries and dry goods will be carried by thp, owner, and tbe building Is being raplaly fitted for the purpose. The little children who have'been ill in town are all reported as Improv- ing. There is a case two ft" chick- en-pox reported and it Is rumored'tbat a few parties are III with measles not more laan two ?.o far as lurnel The epidemic of coughs and colds la subsiding. One case of a very yoiin; chill aged about two months, ill with bronchitis proved fatal at VToolford. This was the infant of Sir. and Mrs. D. A. Pitch- er, who died on the ISth at one o'clock and was buried yesterday at Cardslcn. (The funeral services were conducted at the home of tho parents auj were 'n charge of Bishop A. W. Pitcher. Our Oivn WIN.VIKHED. Mar. postmaster finally arrived and the en- lire community seem completely sat- isfied and congratulate themselves on getting a soldier lo ac: as the YVinni- fred postmastei- Tie Oriental Fire; of Chop Suey are building a Ice house and also repairing the entire building known as the White Lunch occupied ty Mr. and Mrs. Bourgoine. Mr. G. W. Parker has entirely recov- ered from his long siege of sickness. His little daughter Violet has had an- other sick spell this ireek. -Mre. Joe Uoursoine returned Friday lo .Medicine Hat. Hc-r friends were at tbe station lo bid her farewell aad hope she will prosper in Medicine Hat. Rev. Arusdo.-rof Medicine Hat. held service on Wednesday at tie home of .Mr. De Wild. f Mrs. Jas. Larsti gave a duck din- ner Tuesday evening, in honor ot her Coroner Plsber. ot Medicine Hat, de- cided that OUo Holstefo, who -was I found in the Irvine district with the lop of his head blown off, had com- mitted suicide. Rev. Shearer, of Calgary, who is reiisuins the position o( Superin tendeni ot Missions for Southern Al- was ihe unanimous choice cf the congregation as pastor, to succeed the lato Rev. G. Lawson Gordon. Following eleven years' civic ser- vice, Building Inspector Robert A, Me- Kenrle, of Vancouver, has tendered fcls resignation, having accepted an attractive offer from a large construc- tion firm, and will shortly leave fcr lo start upon new work there, Souihern Okanagan and Sim ilka- roc en distr'ct of the Seyd Growers' as- sociation, has been organized al Pen- ttelon. Officers elected Include H..V. Agur, Summerland, p res id tut; S. J. Kitmey, Ptnticton, vlco-preeldentj W. T. flunter, Pealicton, dier. 'France this -week, prover has been in France three yeare. His fatter and two brothers are expected home soon. Mrs. Tom Godfrey's many friends are glad to have her return to Winnl- freA. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis enter- tsined at a dinner party ISttt, the_occasion being Heir n-eddlng anni. versary. Plates were Uid for ten. Mrs. Joe Fisher had a runaway on Wednesday evening.' Her horse is high spirited and was easily frighten- ed. She received just a slight etlak- Ing up, Jlrs. V. SI. Bryant returned from Ontario last week where she had been visiting her mother and other rela- tives. Mr. anil Mrs. Sleeve Weese return- ed to povan, Sask., on Tuesday. Miss A. M. Macdonald, the junior school teacher, was not able lo teach on Monday. Mlis Doris Brich was act- ing Itacher during hc-r absence. .Mr. J. II. Ainly of the Union Bank, is away for a abort Vacation'for his health. -Mrs. Fred Phillips lett Tuesday to join her husband 'tt Woybura. Sas. GERMAN AM3ASSAD03 TO MEXICO ON WAY HOME WASHINGTON, March The speakers were Messrs. Joseph Steed, John A. 'Alonzo and John A. .lohansen. The gMd people of Woolford, TIB always, showed (heir sympathy and kindly feeling for the bereavtd parents. One or two rases of Influenza liavo occurred at Woolford ba'. the parlies are all reported as Improving rapidly and only two liamlllea were affected. It Is reported thafa rjulct -wedding solemnized by Pres. Edw. J. Wood on Tuesday evening the 18th In the pres- ence of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, .Mr. and Mrs. Jno. P. 1'arrish and Mr, and Mra. U. P. Olson. The contracting par- He.i were.Mr. Chas. G. .larman and .Mrs. Gertrude Martin, whose husband was killed overseas in the late war. Their friends arc ofierini; congratula- tions, as all will thtm Joy In their future journey nlong life's high- way. Dr. C. 31. Fletcher returned to Cards- Ion on .Monday evening last, Hi? pa- Denis hero will bo lo know that he In' remaining Sere tho first of April. It not yet known who will lake over bin dental parlors'- here. Dr. Clarke, his old friend and fellow gra- duatc, lias not yet received his mill- Ury discharge, and is.anxiously await- ing the same that lie hilghl avail him- self of the good opening here. A big lima was enipyeri hy (de Cardston Ward Keliet Societies on Ihe Ulh cf March, as It tho anniversary of the, organization ol their associa- tion, now a nations! af.'alr In U. S. i border at Laredo, Texas, t.- i-v i. f uauujuh in u. o. von the former However, St. patrltfc would have man minister (o Mexico, who passed ihoughl them all Irish and that he was the orlgtnator of tlic society, There were Irish songs Mr. John and his oldest daughter, Misa Annie, Miw Kita Oowdlc, .Vra. Wll- kfns, and Mrs, Jennie Hycie. Humor- ?pt-t'thcR by Mr. W. Jacofjs and Inn America yesterday en route (o New Vork to fall for granted safe conduct by Iho slate ikjxirtnifnt anil jlren permission to remain two clay? at Mow Yfftt sjfjlug. Twice as many People came to us last year than in any previous year to have their Pianos Tuned That means that good work well done advertises our hundreds of reg- ular customers have told their friends of the highly satisfactory results .they obtain- ed here, until our tunings have just doubled. Our service is decidedly superior; our MASON R1SCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. Wiiile shHIinj of mined grain frojp'> one Ufie to another in elevator D, Fort William, on March 1. tlio trap door ;became misplaced and bushels poure'd 'out on lo the Ice.-, While a .considerable fcrlton was ate its way Ihrousli aad now.Ucs at tho bottom 'of tie. Fiver. r For the second limo since January, Fetor Kolson, an Austrian. 1ms landed in tile N'eison jail for infringement of tbe Enemy Alteri act; He was ar- raigned on a'charge of travelling with- out a [lerrnit, and being found guilty was fined He could not pay cash, wlihUtie result that he confined in jail for 60 days. Mrs. DM McDonnell, tit Jamestown. X. B.. mother of' Ella McDonnell, 13 years old, whose death at Courtenay, has been under Inveitiga- tion by cbanty authorities con- fessed that kicks-and'blows adminln- tered b> her husband, and punisbmerit of their daughter afterwards fey her- self resulted In trip child's death. In the election of Orion, Mich., of- ficers, lire. Belle Anderson vrtvcan- dldato for village tier luiFband, Byron D. Anderson.Mrs. lone Allen ran for clerk againH husband, Fred D. Alleri, while Sarmli. Murphy was a candidate for assessor ayalnst Herbert Murphy, ber husband. The husliands all romped hone win- Sweet Clover is just beginning lo come j'nto Us OWTI in the (arming busfacEfi and the groMrtne of it for seed is apparently It Is reported in the press al Ktppen, OnL, harresied 146 bush- els of clean seed oft'18 acrtr, vhkh lie .sold at a bushel. That repre- sents a total of or al the rale ot acre. Such returns, how- 'ev'er.jiTe apt to last long ae few people: kpow about uya I ANGLICAN MILK RIVER (I-rom Our OWTI MILK niVKK, Marcli and .Mrs. J. Jockcmtn ami aon, ot Warner, were in Lethbridse the begin- ning of the week. Mr. ArnolJ of Catfsry-vas in (own on business daring ih'e week. 5Irs. C. A. Hunl is progressing 33 favoral'ly az can ho consid- ering her serious fitness. -Miss K. Bishop hw reiisned her poslllon with the Bank of Commerce as she Inlends vlslling fcer parents in (no Slates. C. Griffiths. Masscj- Harris agent, receirerl a carload oC machinery the beflinning o( the weeff. Mrs. S. I. Harris iV'connncd lo her home through illness. Owing to sickness of some of Ihe officers of Ihe Udlcs" Institute Ihey were unable to meet on Wednesday for Ihelr regular monthly meeting is hid been planned. Mr. i. V. Doheny and family have been called to Winnitred lo attend Iho funeral o! hie brother, Hugh Don- crty, which ivas very sodden, due to heart failure. 3ohn Oriffln of the Oreit North In- Co., was in town on business the Beginning of Hie weefc. Mr. Orahim U confined to his home through lljicss. C, A. Hunl In a business vi3ilor ID LethbrHge Tor tlie wjek-end. St. Cyprtairs Church Cor. 11tn street and Avt RtulK Rtv. Cinon VV. V. McMHUn, B.A. Rector. Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer, o'clock. Holy Communion 1st, 3rd and SIh Sundays, S a.m., 2nd and 4th at H o'clock service. Sunday School, 3.00 p.m. ST. AUSUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Avt. 8th Street South Rtv. Canon J. E. Murrell-Wrlght, M.A. The serrlces tomorrow will be lakezi liy Ihe Rector... A course of sermons Is being preach- ed on Sunday mornings on "The Bible In Ihe Light of Modern Know. ledge." The old view of what the Bible Is can no longer ho heM In- tellectually by Ihe new mind. METHODIST Weak? Church Rev, Crjgg, B. IlcsHonce 320 nth St. S. 404, Church Study Claude Director 3.00 a.m.: Union" Prayer Survlw. 11.00 n. returjwtl ..foxier, will spr-ak. Subject: of Bible1 Scbool ani) BIWs 3.00: Men's' Laagiw in the Baplist Church, 1 7.30 Hrenine "The Widen- ing Scyercipnity Christ." The paslor. will 'presch. AUSTRIA WANTS TO GET BID Of HIM DBRNB, Mar. request o', former Kmperor Charles thai lie be permitted lo live In Switzerland, It fe saltl, with the knowledge anil conson( of the Vienna government, which considers that hii removal from THE irnirrD CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBR1DGE BAPTIST First Baptist Of a red 'Corner Ave. and 3rd Ave. S. Rev F. W. Dafoe, Partor Mr. W. H. Wortnwn, Choir Leader. Ai 11 a.m. Subject: ''Memery In An. ether World." 12.15; Sunday School and Bible Class. Christian Men's League, meets at 3.00 p.m. At 7.30: Subject: "The In Tfce Qtrilnance of Believers' Baptism will lie administered at Iho evening service. Song Service >t 7.15. Rev. E. HoSfllnv'S.A-, 1271 Stri Aye. ,'X. Phone 1659 Choir Leader, 'lire; 1 10 a.m.: Morn lag class In church NORTH LETH8RIDCE GOSPEL HALL (Lnle ath Ate. N. Baptist Church) Speaker: John Rife, 707 ISth St. N. Sunday School 2-3 p.m. Sunday Evening Service, 7.3fl piii. Subject: 4lThe Wott Important Ques- tlon In the Bible." Everybody Welcome, 10 Bojs'. Dept; at tho Sunday School in the 11 a.m.: "H It Gooif Why War 2 o'clock: Beginners and Primary, De- partrrie'riti of'ttte Sunday -School In the 1 o'clock: Glrfs'. of' the Sunday School Iri'lhii courci, S.1S: ArloK 'the S, S. in thn church: i> 7.15: Sorts Senrlce, Campaign Hymn Hooka. .Rev. Wn. Buclianin will preach; v' THE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY r, ooo Cor. ZM inrf St. S. Moote Hull Mlflnbolham Block EvangclM ChM. PMtor Sunday, il p.m. 8 p.m. Uetus come and hear about Him.: A fo Ail, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I.O, 0. f. MAUL Sanday service at U a.m. Sunday School assembles at the close Austria would be In'me' Intermits ot of service; the fJorman-.-'iiislrian republic and (ho meellhu. Wedncsilay even- former nilcr'j sccurKy. al 8 o'clock. HOME AND FOttlCN MISSION 209 street North Hty.-.C. M. Neve, K a.m. and 7-..10 p.m. Unfolding of Tie second ntldtixi on the Signs of Ine Times, and tho Second Coming rjf Ihe PRESBYTEaiAH -r Knox Chorck Corner Aye, and 8. Rev. Capt. A. H. E. F. Lzyton, organist and choir leader 10.00 n.m.: All departmetils' of the Sabbath School: Ileglnners and Kindergart- en departments. 11 a.m.: Morning RcrricCB.- 12.30; Big Stslera' class. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' clase. 4.CKI Chinese class. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Services: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Stmt lunrfvr Service at It tjau StiWecl: "Mini." Sunjay School at tie of the Sunday morning at I tie reading room n rraftr fept aundin and lioldam. fran S to 6 p.m. Here, the Rlhfe anrl author Ired Christian Sdenee Ifteratan may 6e read, borrowed or public li cordinlly luTlttt to at- tend the. ecurch nrrlcei, to visit tie Chmrtk Car. Jrd Ave, tvi Mh St S. Oliver L, Cirtle, Paetor Street South Pfiorie W2 Dible School at I0.3C. Preaching at 11.00: Subject. "Christ trie Just Evening Subject: "The Cenfct- into Endeavor Mj There will, bo baptismal services In the mornlnff. You are welcome. .We will fcjd tho people'lhe Word of God. SALVATION AWIT Adj. and Hamilton, affVert In charge. Sunday, )1 a.m., 3 anrt 7.JO p.m. Sunday School, p.m. MornUr, Tlumxlaj-, Satvdar, tuetdar, 1 p.m, Wtrineader, J p.m., Cltodtl Bud ;