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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MAHCII a> 1ENJHBUII Knox Churtli Older Hoyu He- view Year and Prophesy For ihc Next The HlK Ill-others' eliuH of Kllill ehureh held their tenth ulinuu! bun- iiuet in Ihe basement of tho church last Koventy-live gueats, day school sal ui lablcs decorated with the colors of tho class. After a supper, served by the. mothers and sisters of tho boys, toasts and speeches became tlie order of the evening. Mr. Clarence Jack- son, the retiring president, acted as toiistmaEler and acquitted himself In "-.SSL ss Padre Dsncon to reply. In speaking the I'advn pointed out the of tlie church to the elans. He told of thin HP Vfrti not boy> would thxuk the for iDviUti'io wtruilvil to thii Hlr KiKtcm' and then let Iho koyu uuriy on. Hill In iiropoMiM! tht IOIIHI to the ladltn, ilKld he dill not asree with Mr. MoKnmlH who hud Kald there WM or a light of everylhlllK fur could aea no joke in hU imvlnjt to nukH tt speech. Mm. McKlllow ruiponiled, Huylnt lino had watchul since ind nail) lltiM their prwi-nt ttundUf In thn church und community wrm not reached by u vpurt but. by a louft. Hteady Rrlud. Klitpath the tuaril to "The Year llvfnro Us." He nald, in had been better Ilian the pant year ably the best year the clusn bad known. Arthur responded to thin tuant. taying that an he wan not a prouhcl be could better relpond to the louflt next year. Thin concluded the toast Hal but not the thn toiintniaster then callod upon Mr. J. llobertson. Mr. Collins, Mr. T. C. Rldpatli and Mrs. Htglabotham, who T I UMTKD SCOHKS SUCCESS' IN "CRUCIFIXION" I Ei cliDlr or 1'nltfd oMiivli sroroil it In-HllKUl intermix In thnlr ivnditlon ilf HUllinr'n "Cruc.llxlon" 111 lllO duirrli hikl illicit. This liniiiitlful work FACE FIFTEEN Relcaiv of People From Spile of Human Corurotrnoraled in Ifomv On llic. of l.flli- bridRf, iiml ii a ninltor of fact of all Ciuuulu. eolphr.itnil thf! n'lcuRd dT their II olio that nrfvur fHiU to i chilly ;it particular KPHSOH. Tim cliolr WIIK In iv.i'olli'iil form, brlnuliii; out t'RiK't all Hit- xr.lntU'iir mid liltbiis Uir> nniilc. Tlio work of the choir mcrllocl ii nnicli j It wan cortitliiiy j __________ notnhlf aihipvenH'iil for r. clMlr ofj iiieh Iliiillvil nunilivra. Tim (Inlitli uml I With close of Ihn illvurcn ur- Koneral lone of tlie work revealed I lion of l.i'ishman vs. Lt'Ishmiui, thf Civil Sittings Just Finished Loft :'.'2 Cases Not Heard loin; and Iliteiinivo study. people! from spltn or llaiiiiui, vlpor to KiiiK AiliiHi'iirus, who from Intlia to "over :ni him-1 JKJJHI drm! am! KOVRII and twenty n Tell Thoy wiiiimcmorutcMl the uctiniiB "f; woll to SMITO! mil: ry sittings of tlio Supreme Court laloltli ull from on Thiirsiluy noon. The next j choir, wllldl is ii nmiineiHl- of tlio l-mirt will Im bold on Mr. .iHinloson. tin. Monday. Aurl! 4th. Thl.i Is for civil uleiulnR vulu; :imi due' with juriew. with Mr. .niBtlce I .McCiirtlly iJrflijltliiiK. Two weeks are' It is packed to please and scnreii Its mission SALADA" is used in millions of teapots daily. Send us a postal for a free sample. Please state the price you now pay and whether Black, Green or Mixed CM Toronto. Queen Keller in influemiiiiK hor king work wan very fine, also thai, nt! to retract mi order which wua Issued soloist, who calling for the killins o( all Jews la a rolw of rich, mil iiuiilltr. the kingdom. Tin; did mil take tbfi form oi! :i (Church Hervice hut v-.m- th proposed. The. next was tho tonal, to Our Church, proposed hy Thom- son, who said thai It was owing to tho hacklni: of Ihe church that the Big Brothers' class had proved such a succRr.n. This toast was res- ponded to by Jlr. E. McKonzie. He I.Bthb ridge tho way tile boyB carried on their meeting and of the subjectn studied. In closing he sspresscd his reKrets at having to give up his position lead- inaiio by Mr. Miller, Mr. .MllUviml I'.1.'1" Mr. JonBa. The -choruses were nic-lv and rendered with much ducted In tho IIOIIICH. The hlMtory 01' those times was read ;iL family K'lth- suitable wore made, according to the Items h read. This stor; is tolil in the Hook ot number.-. The clone barm Kstherand Blums thai llaniiin. j faithfully s'tntliMiril with MonUvai, a relative j To Miss Olftiulei1. tile organist, and Iho sittiilKs. and there only one cuse on (he lint. Hint of Rap the City or I.ethbrldKe. which Is one for damages ut Sln.dtlO as llic ve- the as alloMed. when getting out of a Blue line car opposite the Hud- HOU'S Hay f'o.'a store. court just over was not "Flink Vidc thr rites ,J U.1U- HJ t 10 HOM-jlirV CilHCS Oil tllO s So i.oved World" and If! tho t.0nKestioii Ima not i Nothing; to were iintcwiirlhy; Tlioivaro still 32 of desired to have the: Mrs. Jackson, the conductor, the ora- awaiting hearing left over from i tlie xiltlnps. These in the ordinary procedure will tie left over until tile was C.ien proposed by Viviun Leech, Goo. McKillop responded saying that when tho noys loft tho class tlioy did not forget it. He expressed hia great appreciation of work of the Padre uud of the oilier leaders. .lack Man's was then (railed upon to his absence, following which Cooff. Wtuldlnston. as always, do- lighted his audience hy rsnduriug u violin solo and encore. v The noxt toast was to (ho proposed by Italph Green way who welcomed the visitors on behalf ol the class. This toast wasi responded to by Mr. .1. D. and Miss Mary Higin- botluim. Mr. niginhotham said that BnlMGEfS IASIEOFLIFE Hainan into a feast and ivns V.slru- mentul In llavlni; llio order reiolie.l. i III the meantime Murdocai had iic.m j successful In lining a good turn j tile kiiiK and suitably Esther disclosed to the king j the vengeance of Hamali and as a re- j suit Unman was hung on the scaffold j he had erected for Morclecni's death. People's Forum THE MILK QUESTION AGAIN i-h TI K- ILt, Lethbridge. Jla i Editor Herald. I had not Inteivlet) Inirilening j L KAN your columns with anythint; further! BROTHER ihl' "r ]last this morning win- Major Miifthloston. cliief engineer of this Mt i ter has returned. A steady maue use 01. i ne uoys are learnniK what it is to get up erxrly and tend to tho horses nnd on Friday they learn- j ed what It is to be riding in a storm, Today the hoys are going through! pin drill, mounted and otherwise. LOCAL MEN WILL HEAR GEN. BOOTH IN EDMONTON OVER I'llicAtiO. Mar. hundred and forty-four indicirnents naming IS men were returned hy the Cook county srand jury as a result of tile second invest Ration into the alleged throw- ing of the 19 la world's series to Cin- cinnati by the Chicago White Sox players. Eight separate indictments against each person were returned. The indictments named the 13 men radii-ted at the first investigation and also five men charged with taking part in arranging the alleged conspiracy. Those men ivero C'al Kork, and Ben Franklin of St. Louis, lieu and Louis. said, to be from Des Homes and I David Zolzer. address unknown. Tlie true bills named the thirteen men indicted during the first jury In-, rustlgatloti last fall and the following I men in addition: Den Franklin, lien Louis Lcyi. Carl Zork and Davis Zelzer. Those Indicted The men re-indictod are Eddie Cicotte, pitcher, who cou- foEserl to receiving to throw games. Claude Williams, pitcher, who con- fessed to receiving -loo Jackson, outfielder, who con- fessed to receiving JTi.OOO. Fred McMulIlu, utility infielder. Thick Oandil, first baseman. Swede Risborg. shortstop. Oscur I-'elsch. Outfielder. Buck Weaver, third baseman. j Hal Chase, former major league ilrst haseman. Uili Hums, former major league pitcher. Abo Attell. once champion feather- weight lighter. Hachel Drown, alleged gambler. Joseph J. Sullivan, alleged gambler. The case against Cicotte, McMulltn, Jackson. Fclsch, Weaver and Wil- liams, tecenlly was dismissed hy the state on the ground that there was ineutlleient evidence available to con- vict. The eases against tut) other meD Indicted last. Call were taken ott the court roll. Kiie.b indictment today con- tained threo counts charging con- spiracy to defraud, obtaining money under fnlse pretenses and conspiracy to do an illegal act. Bonds were fixed at tor indictment, or for each Robert K. Crowe. announced after the imHcttoenU returned that he already hud ttartet sxtrnditlon proceedings men named and every effort would made to apprehend them. "There will be no joker about thl: investigation am? no dropping of tin charges in those indictments." SttU Prosecutor Crowe. "We will have t date between Palestine anil Bagdad according to a Cairo dispatch today. MANITOBA MINISTER DIES HUANDON. Mar. Rev. T. C. Court of Carberry, former clerk of Brandon presbytery for a number of years and pastor of Wellwood and- dis- trict for nearly 30 yeara died Friday afternoon. In Blisters.Was Disfigured. Cuticara Healed. "Eczema aiarted on my face around my chin. It came out in blisters and the itching and burning were very disagreeable. Sleep was R11651'011 my face was disfigured I wore A veil. "I was treated and uted different remedies but nothing would do any good. 1 pro- cured a cake of Soap and box of Cuticura Ointment which soon healed me." (Signed) Miss Carrie H. Friibie, Gray, Dry Mills, Me. Try to prevent further trouble by usingCuticura for nil toilet purposes. TalcnZSc. Solci throughout the Dominion. Canadian Depot: d, 344 !l. St., V.. Soap ihavei without the soldiers and ex-soldiers in the flrand theatre. In the afternoon in. the exhibition building the general i is giving a lecture on tho life of his father, Booth. Mayor Adams of Calgary is presiding. Mayor Hardie of Lethbrldgo Is moving a vote of thanks to the general, which will i seconded by the mayor of Druniheller. Several local gentlemen are to Calgary for the Sunday meetings. At night in the same building a .sreat salvation meeting will he conducted by our leader. ST. CHARLES EWPORATEDj MILK 1'ich. unsweetened milK-alwasya ready for coobind or With the cream Jo ft in. i IN U. S. THIS YEAR LIKELY TO REACH THREE BILL prcs- -p put milk prices to remain is that ho A Kb nn hand u auimtity of hay whfrh NOW AT ESKI 8HEHRJ PEOPLE ARE AFRAID OF COUGHS he raised, that tills hay cost him i great deal more than present innrketl j prices, and that he must keen up the; Mar. price of mill; until this high-priced hay litplia Ivemal I'p.sha, Ihe Turkish Is disiioaed of. The fan that similar, lionallsl leader, has arrived in Kskl j hny can be on the market now Shebr. one of Hie objectives of thnj Mar. income for a fraction of the former price Oreek olteiisivo. iiccordlng lo advices and profits tai collections in the I'nlt- j should not (so he says) enter Into i received hero today. ed Slates for March 15 instalment Ihe qufi'ilion. In oilier words the milk A :Nationalist ofllcial statement dal- j estimated by Secretary Mellon cunsumer is a.-'kcil to bear thf loss re-: <-d Tluirsiiay stales that tlie today t-i aggregate To puitllK from a I'aliipR lojial forces nro rctl'Cilling on Hie llnisa j the close of business March 23, keep on bearing ii for months and front toward Aflun Karahissai that coughs tn cftlchinf U, cui dw on to Buy Mlun. U you hm i cough, dont iprnd h. CUt rid ol tt by tekmf They feftli with bad On Monday at 2 p.m. the general, onii.doo bud been deposited from the I i-onlhs Hi.' n-al ha-' already j The Cu.ek omdiil stlitement of the: Is giviutf an address to tha Caiiadian collections. Mr. Mellon estimated on been --ivillowed mi day indicatd an advance of i Club on the work of the Salvation this basis that total revenue from In-: The injustice of ibis proposition is i miles eaxt of l.'snak anil miles] Array. At 7.30 at night in tha ej.liibi- come and profits taxes for the tlscal i anparont, Hi.- i'.i'-r- of it east of llnisa. with small losses. The I tion building a great missionary 'lem- yoar ending June :ifl would aggregate! The nl-iin rids n- (lint! during the I Creeks, tho statement snid, were onstration will ha held. At (ill these j This amount, ha said. I winter of 1'iPMM.i 'and Spring of vane-jug slowly" and cautiously. meetmga the general will be assisted i fully up to the treasury expocla- i -.bnornnl iVfl ;'nil 1-ibor i'onilil-i i by Commisbloner Kadie, Commission- lions'broiuhl abou, abnormal prices.. EAGLE BOAT IN DISTRESS I xviffi Cod Liver Oil Co Mapp of India, Coniinisyianer. Start! Capt. Smith, Major Alice! Uioodwin uml n number divisional! and fie hi officers. j An Editor Recommends 5 DROPS r Rheumatic r Sufferers' FRANK (From Our Own Correspondent) FRANK, Mar. and Mrs. Harry Ripley and son Tom spent last week-end in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. n. N. Htnney and son left 'Wednesday for Ari- zona, where they will reside. It IK with regret we are losing Miss Worth, who luta been on our tenching staff for the past two terms and has found a warm spot in the hearts of ail her pupilH as well as the highest esteem of the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Cndobii have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Lockheed I of Macleod. j Mr. W. C. Webb, who has been act- j ing as agent at Chin for the paat two months, is hack on the old job at Hill- crest. Mr. and Mrs. M. Murphy were; call- ed away on Monday morning on ar- cmmt of the illness of Mrs. Murphy's sinter. I Miss Iloleri Honing of niairmuiT. 1ms been employed to fill the vavancy j on the teaching staff here. The Liver Is the Eoad to Health il the liver is right whola system it better oH. Curler's LiltU Liver Fllli awaken your sluggish, clogged- up liver and re- ;ic-ve constipa- tion, stomach trouble, inac- live bowels, The public piii.l prices nil I.OS AXCjKLKS. 'IT.: the yeas- niul aro Kilted to j butit was in diHtrefs today olf to them filtliniigh t'io I'oint Arguolo, <'alif., according to abnormal prices haves wireless hero. Tliu Xn aniinmt of plans-1 messages said tliat the craft, with a I'guir.i'iit do with these j crew of I'D, WMCO liclpless liecaiiHe fuels. i ;i, broken i udder. jijippar to have tlv '.on vrry well lit hand, and hav 1 '.heir to tho conwnmi-r ininhliiii? to give a liocroe. 1C thny a pnb- '.c using nuiP.Hd nilll< Voi'k. i' two until this _..._._- __ t._-_-__ _ pjKjars and your far- Coufhi, Coldi, Sort Threat, Bronehku; Asthma and Whoopinff Cough; yield lo healing, curatiTe effects of thil dependable remedy. hi flavor makes it agreeable to the Keep a bottle handy. Sold bjr matt ttraftuti, PREPARED BY National Drug Chemical Co, of Canada, Limited. The ilii- 'may fo.'f fnj- a moiHh iiriceil hay di j nujr cnrt'fKponilcm has "hnnioroil" "very norvitiH" cows into SAILS SOl-TMAAIPTOX. Mar. panior Maiiretanfa tnilay reaumed after ii lny-off of four months. vcufiel enihiirkr-d with 700 pars- j Health and Arnu Mr. L. P. Hill, editor Enilir. "I wint to tell yon thitt I have been lirlni In thli fllatrlct for the put 27 roirt nnd thert la no mm that ii bctUr known than I I tell you thil I wint you to know Uut I am no to the people. A taut twenty days KRo 1 wui down on my hack with the wont cane at rhciimatiftn mid I Itcsan to your and in about a I WNI on my feet again. People all and Entity were wtontiilied to ma jtct .veil foQiiIckand wanted know cinn I took. I (old them "fi.rJrtOPS" and evi-ry miin baa thn rhcuinallsni knnwii of your medicine nnd tny they wilt une it. I ifllHimt flvorr onsof tha virtue of yonr rcmerly I am it will ultf of Kucli evidenced this should prove to nny prnon the VAluoof "C-DUOl'3" in rlicnmntlf! troublee, "ii-UROFS" void by tnn riiti ,n tvcrr put of the SUUc ud ache and dizziness. Purely vegetable. You need them. Pill-Small Dose-Small T' th.Pi1 jmbi iiuiiiiry might yiin Mr Mditor for ys-itiriiit1; you that an spontioncp on thlw subject 1'rrn" snnieone else, 1 am. Voui'M truly. A. O. VIRTUE. Nothing Ibt beautiful, soft, pcirly white uppearance Couraud'ft Cream to the shouhlm ami armi. Covers cldn blatnfshit. Will not rub off. PAT iuperlcrr to 15c. for REDUCE BREAD PRICES IN BOStON MONDAY 1JOSTON. Mar. prices in Boston will be reduced next Monday 1 and cents a loaf, t.o 10 and 1.5 cents for standard weights. Laal Xovnmbcr 1 cent was sliced off the brjciul prices. MONTREAL FATALITIES Uric Acid Poisoning (By Dr. N. C. Cook) A poiaoi as dangerous aa strychnin is manufactured within our own bodies, called uric acid. When it ac- cumulates in the body and iho kid- b j, Mar a slreot rar v.'liiio croKshiK' Htreut, Mrs. "AToisc ftn UTi ycar.-s of HKO, iUMTorcd Injuriu.-i from which died. Dnptiia. (il'Ly-riKin, suffr-ri-fl IL rraru.r.'d skull when rje SurwcM wan .struck by car wiiilp t ing LafontahiR strcM'.t. Hho died iu the Notro JJanto hospital. 4 WANT EMBARC.O AS PROTECTIVE MEASURE OTTAWA. Mar. IM. frominciit British rnrrlctiltiii'I-ds und cattle ors cons.'dor tho iMnharKO atjainflt Ciin- Jidlfln ratrln clearly a, protec-tionir-t moiiPiiro. Sir Tuppcr, of nijies- Htatc.d today, on IUH return! i from a trip to ncys fail to carry it we suffer (The question of tool ;iud mouth (liw- frora dull headache, aleeplcsauess, uase, which has nnt. forward for muscular pains, lumbago, or It {many yoars MM the rc-artm of the him cauao rheumatism or gout. The urib oatUo from thlK country In their acid oan he Hecn in the cloudy sedi- has no hearing upon Hie iHsun tnent. fn the water la called j the noted on the Bides .'_____.....___________ of the vessel conlaining j hours' standing- water ia arant, strongly nctil. and this alionl'l he n danger sign, and not taken in time by cutting out the moHi., and iilrohol, may end in or goul. TiiV.p "An-nriv.'.'1 dlsoovorefH br There is no person in the community that OXO cannot help, building up health, increasing vitality, and promoting general well-being. 12c. and 30c tint. L aay V. Annrlc (nnfl-nrli can 'w ublaiuttd at nl- JAPANESE ADVANCE TO SILK INDUSTRY TOKYO. Mj-r Authorization for! an advtmcti of ilii'-ty million VIMI to j wan voted Unlay by tin- pcnra. this ar-1 Minn h'-inc t.-ikcii in the I'orm oi' llu'j inn' of a cnncurn'Mi already hud hcon pasnod by tho Jiouac of ruiJi'uiicutatlYus. J ATHLETES- Muscular fatigue quickly yields to the use of BAUME BENGUE Try a tulx today. n BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES J 11.110 etukt. t THIlEfMINOMIlEI CO, LTD, I MONTREAL tor Ur. JuliM ]lr3KU4 RELIEVES PAIN THAT WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD YOU SEE AROUND THESE DAYS IS MADE FROM ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU ;