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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ARTHBWUCK .pAU.Y HKRALD SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920 Sbe 'Xetbbtibfle Deralfc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY rlttort and THK LETHiRIOGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED IU Street South, Uthtridgt W. A. Buchinan PrtslOent and JJanacina Director Biuicqu TELEPHONES BtMlfttM Office 1252 Office 1JM The Attitude of the Syrian Jn many respects (lie familiar etorv of Naainan the Svrian ii a vetv human Jtory, iu the human failings it exemplifies.' The incident in whivh he makes (lie remark ilitit, when his master, tht to (he House of Itimmon uiul there bowed his knee, the l.ord should pan'.on him in tiiis ihinir, lias in it the ot human frailly. Tlw Syrian, figuratively .-jvaking, exisU u.dav in the lives of muny of us. How often are >vc inclined af-iin-i our better natures anil in the of the true values of tilings to nJopi attitude of the Syrian. In doing this v.'c are more apt to rousiiVr what (he world, as it is generally regarded thinks of us titan to consider Inw wo should regard ourselves. 1 t U a very of iwr nature. I of many Nnamaiis. ihey (Continued (roin ftont Paso.) N'orthern so on the market and are Kicked aboul there and eventually sold at a considerable discount, It will establish Alberta Irrigation bonds In the miuds ot the financiers as poor securities, and subsequent Issues will suffer accordingly. Thore li now The worlii is ]H..or Iixiay iu (he are ihe imlivideal- who take skvk therfly. world opinion, hi many cf llieir iiotiijjjs thev bow their kae? i Irrigation sixes. If the bonds of the in the House of Kimiitoii btWe thc-v are timid of how thev wilt be Northern are forced to vlial they consider popular and, I among bond of paying 82 Jor They inwardly fee! tlmt tjiey are uui doing the right thing in this but they have iheMpiKclicimnii that lhi-y will fall iu gruee as others may be apt to regard them. sold that price when they should bring eJofC to par, it will mean that future is'iues will have- a precedent of to face when thoy an put on the RICKED UP IN .SSING THK UAN Edmonton IB planning a big clean- up week. Edmonton south tide cadets have txett invited to Jolu the 19th Dragoons. St. Thomas Horticultural Society will umlertaie the Improvement ot Ibo Kettle Creek ravine. Edmontva publio schools nee.1 ict in what arc accepted fk> he i In the province. As the to- and, while your government has sat- isfied .Itself by the full oxarulnutlcn and report of Mr. George 0. Andor- Mn' lhHt the Dtilr, DUlf, ______ by mall, jre'ar E.QO I who have not teen of what is reckoned rioViile It is MO DatM of eiFtrr ot lubscrlpllon ap- ccllj on addrvtr label. Accept- Mf.ot papers after expiration data oar auUorlt; to tbe THE NEW FftANCHISE BILL The ae'w Franchise Hill has already treated a stonn of opposition In tlie Ottawa in what are regarded that the world evolveil of the atiiKijj'lnrrc of the Dark and Middle Ages. This is worth remembering. Without this wo should not have liad men of !he David Livingstone ar.d the Shaftrsbury typo, and others whose names have bcoomo hoittchcW in all that thdr Urn have to to the farmers of the district who eapect to obtain Irrigation in the years to come. Big Outlay meant. To Imve the courage of our convictions in what is considercri right calls for courage of the right kind. There is more room for men women of liifs tyjw for the weakling Xaaruaiis. if the world is preserve and to maintain all ihut is in it. Individuals who _______ what is irnc and arc afraid Io proclaim it are neither true (o themselves! spcntj? nor io their fellow beings. H we sense what is good lei us not be afriiiil JS t w Tnment has year In. maV. Uie surreys for the various pro- of which the Lclhbridge North'- s the farthest advanced. Tills year >00 Is being placed In tho to j ales at Ottawa for further surveys. sense Practically all of this money has been spent In Alberta. The Dominion pov- erinuenl gets no direct return for the as contentious clauses in respect to establishing it. If, as we feel our responsibilities, we those who have been considered the seek to excuse ourselves in Ihe fashion of thi; Syrian. Let us be alien enemy. What, the scope of the raesjuro Is In respect to this clement of the population Is not exactly easy to divine: From- the pronouncement leaders and not merely followers. ind tho meaning of the King to peoples of the Empire. Tracing the inadp by'Mr.'Jleighen tlio Inference.! evolution of the Kingship, and show- thai can. bo gathered is that It does not exactly bear out tho intnrpreta- tion which has baen made to apply to it by Tho Min- ister, according to Ottawa dis- patch, stated that interpretations plac- ed on the dlsfranchlsement clause' dur- Ing.tho debate onThursday aro not accordance with the intention of the Government when the bill was first framed. According to this tho explo- Bio'ns in the House look to bo a little previous .and-opinion might well be stayed until a lucid and concise ei- ilnhafion Is.given as promised. All that cnn said at present !s that a principle, as accepted by tho Government of the a timo when the nation was engaged in war, how- ever the arguments held and tho sround taken by the Government, can hardly apply in a time ot peace-with circuniElances changed. Howovov im- palatahle it may seem to some, there can bfe no denying that the ideals of British justice should prevail In a r- view of the question being taken with a common sense and not exaggerated Idea ot what consti- tutes tho safety and tlie welfare of State. Tho broad principle cin- "j.1-. not be overlooked that It men and V- ;Vomen are _ considered deslrnblo S; enough to remain in tbe country they should'not be denied out of mere pre- 'pyjudke, however It may appear to be Justified, of the rights tfnd privileges of citizenship in the country. this, if they cannot be trusted, or it 'they are regarded as a menace, then -.the coualry ebould 'De rid of liem. if there Is sufferance in their allo-ffed to remain In tho country, then it Is only reasonable to expect ing how King Georgo relsns by a Par- llamcntary title, Dr. i'owell stated that tho reigns of Queen Victoria and of King Edward VII. brought a uiigliiy i Imperial Awakening, anil ihe whole t character (lie KIngsbip underwent a fundamental change. Tbo monarch stood for himself, but sha- forth a mighty spiritual entity, the imperial Soul, which loomed glor- iously his transient raorlal figure. Tha wftole.Empire awakened Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS What aro Ice or more with no direct return, a pro- vincial guarantee of for which tho province will not have to provide a single, dollar (OT direct out- lay does not appear to those In close touch with the situation to be in proportion. Especially jslnce the ex- perience ot Irrigation projects In the llnited States and Canada haa aho-wn that tho assessable value of tho farms and Improvements on Irrigation pro- jects wiUiin tea years of turning tbe Io the change, and a compara- tively few years fromAjls inceptlou men were- to throng Do- minions in the uttermost paMs of the earth to defend tbe new Ideal from profanation 'and to perpetuate tho radical point of an Empire's 'de- votion. And a little when the heir-apparent to its dignity was. to visit tho nearest o' tho great Overseas Dominions, his visit was to signalize. an unprecedented outburst of cnthus-' lastic devotion to tho Imperial Soul, tho Imperial Self, which In duo course he is destined to represent on Iho Throne of his fathers. Describing what ho meant by Ihe Imperial Soul, by oj-amples o.' com- mercial companies, and great corp- orate bodies like the Church, the Universities and the learned profes- sions, wbich called into being somu real psychological entity In Ihe hack- ground, Dr. Powoll said he believed that wo havo reached the point where we may affirm that when wo havo a number of men and women united for a corporate purpose, swayed by n corporate devotion, commanded by n corporate allegiance, then their yearn- ings, their struggles, their hopes, their homage and their service generated with the Christmas season? associated j water Into the ditches doubles, treli- leg or quadruples. And this iv-n ijuau, uptca. nuu nuo now comes O. K. to stand for In assessment value adds directly to "all What 5. What Line? 6. How did the term "buncombe" or FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Why are June weddings consid- ered lucky? What 15 a "margin" as IIECC! In Stock Exchange transactions? irlll bo Droductlve of results as will Justify tho cost, it has to bo recognized: 1. That this Is the first proposal of magnitude tu the direction of a farming commuuily forming a district to get Irrigation, and It is o( public concern that It bo goutitfly financed; t'a Is year requiring 15.5 mill tax rate. Ninety-nine men were arrested by the police !it a, gamhllng-Uouie on Uundas street west, Toronto. Mrs. Elsie Davidson Mc.Mvou, the oldest clllcea ID Barrte, died tu her ninety-seventh year. i Nearly. will bo given away iu cattle prize mpuey at tho Western Knir this yeav. Mice and rabbits liave girdled en large number of fruit trees In Western 'Ontario, St. Catharines Board of Education has decided to remove too vaccination ban imposed since tbo Christmas holi- days. Service on. tho O.T.R. temporar- ily stopped fcelwceu Chatham and Windsor owing to tho floods. and Mrs. A'.' E. Dillabough, don, celebrated their golden wedcttnc :u tbo home ot their daughter at Fsr- ren rolut. After another session the jury In tbe KapportU murder case at WInu- 2. That It Is evident that money f0r adjournisd without reaching any ean be obtained from financial I conclusion; only by tho government of Alberta standing fully behind tho district. Tlio tody of Harry In order that the district eighteen-year-old Cnarloltevllle debentures may be sold, we feel that missing since the 10th inst was found It -Is absolutely necessary that your j In Young's Creek, near Simcoc. srocary stores will close should give a full guar-{ of such debentures as It. may necessary to Issue and to further j ou Wednesday afternoon all Iho year assist Ihe district in placing these dc-. c-scept Uje month of Decoin benturee as quickly as possible, and her. to tbe best advantage. the credit of tho province which has is pnddlng tlie power to tax such lands where the was .Mason and DIxon's p Dominion lias not such power. Believe Dominion Wilt Help With those arguments, wltli the added argument that the province has been relieved by the Dominion in the past year of some of railway guarantees, and with the 1 Btill further argument of the Dominion Ecvernment to do so the latter will u-hn "'e money for the Lcthbrldge 4' Wha ,7 Northern scheme, the trustees ot'the, woman' me" project, the Irrigation Devalopment! iUniM officials and every farm- in Southern Alberta xho hL been Tho district would propose to Issue bonds on lha lines down In Mr. Anderson's report for cuch amount as will care for the maximum acreage desiring to be served, ao that the min- imum capital charge per acre may be achieved. The board of trustees of the Leth- brldga Northern Irrigation district hereby respectfully request that your government will by proper and suffic- ient legislation furnish a full guaran- tee'for the repayment of the princi- pal and Interest of the district's pro- posed debenture Issue for tho instal- lation of tae system. Yours sincerely, TUB LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN inrtlGATION DISTRICT. (Signed) T. W. chairman; Geo. Chew, trustee. wages prevailing Iu the city and ptrformlcic contract or city work la Iho p'roiKual of representatives, who Interviewed the Edmonton city corn laleftl ouers Wednesday afternoon. The tlgbtfittlng suit fo? men Is no more. The Xeir York Cuttoms Cut- era' Club haa decreed "a natural fit- ling coal, not io narrow and a .frac- tion longer." Tho "tooth-pick" l> also banned. Narrow sleovos will bo retained. Ttounon will ba practi- cally unchanged. Rev. B. Love, 61 years old. who claims to a superannuated Method- 1st preacher, appeared In tbe Court in Detroit yesterday with drawing a revolver. urifl threaten- ing to blow the head OM Herbert who rents -a house from tho ei- preacher. The town of Carnarvon bestowed upon une ot Ha sons, Wing-Command- cr Lionel Brabazon Itees, of tho Hoynl Air Force, duel honor of .the frsedom of the liorouBii and a sword of honor, in recognition' of the eminent services wliich gained for him the Victoria Cross and other distinctions during ilie war. D. H. Tueeilale, who has been a member ot tho Spruce Orove local of the United Farmers of Alterta, waa recently presented with a club bag by Jotm McKinley, president of the lo'cal, on his departure for tho oW country. An advance of 131 iwr cent, on THE PIANO FOR YOU BECAUSE it IHU lilt- time and clTM perfect eatllfacttoa, it Mason RUch There's a site and style for every purpose. Sold on easy terms at "Pactory. to home" prices. Ask lor Catalogue. Anglican Uie r.-tu- rire-b'ulBldo.'the'tinrictl .Kingdom' ea- tablished1! 1. An ANSWERS tho paiit winter, Is looking to the plro-i vlnclal government to go. the limit In tbe guaranteeing of tho bonds. Tbe crui-or tho wKolot situation is to get these first bonds on the ruarliet at i; i oW llomaa superdlltion, Tlio good pricn whlch'wlll not resulMnl festival of Juno monetu was hold on the great guardian o added burden oi millions oi dol- and Juno lore in projects silll to come. It the tho female sex Dominion wll.l find the money so that Ins bonds do not need to-go on thai' A certain sum deposited by. a I market until Hi o begin to' eeller cr buyer with his make use of the water and get direct1 birth, to death. broker (o covsr tbe risk of ross transaction or account. In U-, S. a deposit isadc by each of brokers, parlies to a contract, when one la "called up" by other. 3. To ef-fect Jiale of slock or goods wlilch Ihe seller (iocs not at the time possess hut buy at a lower price before Ihe tlfno fixed for deliv- -Marked by refinement aud grace on a returns, it is Jell that the future of Ir- ery. that there should be toleration, if our] some mighty .psycli clog leal entity, ideals of British rule and justice are iaWn to n spiritual personality In the to remain as they are. Background. 'In fie general trend of the measure there Is much to commend it in the provisions made In regard to baring f. uniform franchise throughout (b .whole'of the Dominion and a the Kingship would be. to take the key. method the preparation ot voters' lists. This will tend to simplify -mat- ters where voting is concerned. Hor Britain and her Allied Umpires this Imperial Intelligence was to be Hie dominant inspirational force of the twentieth century. To remove stone from the Imperial arch.' that is needed In city It was gathered when the bill was iis a Henderson Park policy, first introduced that tbero would he several changes which are UIOM or lass oa democratic lines and, again, do not offer anything for acrimonious contention. 'Tbose are rules which apply to registration, to tho revision ot Totera' lists, and provisions in gard to the holding of elections. In the bill, aa at first Introduced, the preparation of tbo voters! lists Ii to bo placed as tar as possible in tho hands of tho Judges. The obliga- tion ot registration IB .placed on the individual in clllos, towns, and incor- porated villages. In. rural municipali- ties Ihero will bij enumeration offic- ials, In each polling district. There fa also the provision, which has been agitated for by the Party, for Ihe opening of roils before the regular day of election for tho convenience of men whose occupations take them away from home, of tho class of rail- waymen, etc. A chief electoral officer, with a permanent posiltoa. Is to his appointed to take the place of the Clerk of the Crown In Chancery, as at present, In the. Issue and return .irrfts and of tho election The idea or a fair for Lethbridgo should not letter. considered a dead CHANGED IDEAC OF BRITISH KINGSHIP Jn tba "Empire a Hrllish publication, we road that In nn ex- tremely able paper submitted at a meeting of tho Hoys! Colonial Instl- iuto recently, Dr. Ellis T. Powell gave. IntoreBtlni! psychological Interpre- tation o; "The Uritlsh Kingship." Toronto householders who hoped for a drop in the price of coal on April 1st aro to ba fooled, in tlmt tlie price is to be boosted still higher. Consid- ering the date, It is only natural that this should happen. ..Alderman in the Winnipeg trial declared tlmt evidence, hart been built up against, lilm lj.v itio Crown- heaps of evidence, it would appear according to him. Rents are high enough wltliout Mayor Hardle attempting to make them hiRher by tbe tailng of renls. Tho Mnytr will have to lie on his de- fence in (he action he lias taken, and an explanation of tho siand lie. lias adopted. Tho home coming of hts Worship ebould prove interesting. of mind. 5. Form ot govern there is a properly n office. 6. Bishopric oi Nova :ent In which- icatioB for :otia In 17S7. (Continued From Front are sunk so low as to de: hatred and contempt of the pWple or anybody else. That is a ma you. It means I am here to binding of the monster cnplli that the. judges and the courts here to do that. Gentlemen, t for you. In one way it for Von may tjilnk reached n in -one way only. these courts have stage as io be beneath' the. contempt of tho public; that you deslro these courts no loncer to tho tlon you have to consider waa them here a seditions conspiracy to do away with the courts, not only here; but throughout the Dominion of Can- ada. "You may think I am taking this matter with a personal bias and pre- judice. I wnnt. to tell you that per- sonally 1 do not care. If tbe public of (his country' want 'those concerning their judiciary to be sent broadcast over tho country for the purpose, of educating the If the people wlio should take caro. do not care, aliout tho attacks In literature ami newspapers on the judiciary; If Ihey do not care what said In par- liament under the cowardly privilege (hat exists, the sooner the. conrts am swept away the belter. This Is nil f have to pay." rigation development in Southern Al nertn !s bright. But If the bethbrldge Northern' financing-arrangements are muddled now, Irrigation dovelopment may have to slrugglo along through a series of difficulties euch as havo beset irrigation riiterprlses In tho United Slates merely for tlio wan! of proper handling at tlie start. With this In view, tho trustees of the I.ethuridgc Xorlhern project have addressed tho following letter to IVeinler Stewart, asking for a full guarantee of 'Uie bonds of their pro- ject: The Trustees' Request LethbrlJgo, March 15, 1920 Hon. Charles Stewart, Premier of Alberta, Edmonton. Dear Lethbrldge North- era Irrigation district has now arriv- ed at n stage In the development of Its undertaking where financial ar-l rangeraents must bo made for the! consirucllon of works necessary to! the carrying out ot the enterprise. There are many good and sufficient reasons why the scheme should go ahead this coming spring, and among them being: staff of the district havo their work, well In hand and up to dato. nnd Could take up the matter of actual construction as soon as tho money la available; 2. Construction of the .works will provide employment, not only for farmers living within the district, but for many other persona; i 3. By deferring the commencement construction, tho IOSB of tho crop ir more Is Involved, and what this A SICK MAN'S THOUGHTS Copy oi a Letter to a Friend Dear Friend: When I was borne sick last mouth I had plenty of time to Some thoughts were pleasani Mid some were not. The thought lliat gave mo most satisfaction was that ..If I didn't get down tor.-n. again 1 had enough life Insurance to pay my debts, leave my wife a comfortable and provldo mj children tor their battle In the world. Still I wishodi It were more, but I .remembered tiat while you can call the doctor undertaker after J-oii get sick, yon have to call tho lite insurance agent before you (o to bed. Dhy call him oftener? Porhnps because'ho calls oo U3 io often. 1 was raiher tolerant of the chap who wrote me to him, I thought. Ho tells me he makes tho lost tall loo, as-well no tlie first After the, doctor, the lawyer, the preacher, the undertaken, Uie Inheritance- tax collector, have after the friends have called and left their flowers and .words of sympathy for tho life Insurance chaji calls and leaves the cheque that takes care of all tho other callers' bills. There is an odd thing about those life Insurance- cheques, they are always worth one hundred cents on tlie dollar, spot cash. Your widow doesn't have to hunt a buyer or pay a commi ssloh or wait till.the market gets better to get her money in full. It's strange that men don't load up m ore heavily with life insurance. think it costB too much. I thought 1 couldn't afford It till that cliap showed mo that It was tho one gfeat tieces-. ally that hadn't gone up in price. A fl.OOO costs les s than a pair of shoes; he said I couldn't afford to" be "without it. 'i guess lie was right. As EOOU as the says 1 may try again 1 am going to more. Tours truly, JOB SNOW. Why nottake'a from this antf double your Insurance white you In good health with the METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. THE COMPANY THAT HAS OHE-EIQHTH OF THE ENTIRE POPULATION OF CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES INGUPt-D WITH THEM. District 201 Sherlock Block. District J. Norrington, Phone 339. CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN and 11th St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow can bo readily understood fiom a perusal of tho report of Mr. AJiderson at pages 17 and following; The people who live within the are> of the district are In n restless coiMltlon owing to numerous crop failures caused by drouth, and are in- si.stept that something bo done. the farmers concerned are fully', satisfied OB to tho advantages they )wlll gain If they have Irrigation, and as to what Ihey stand to lose the .longer construction la deforred DELIVER PRUNES, LUMBER IIY HYDROPLANE ROUTE VANCOUVKU, U.C., March Karly thin summer hyrlroptoncs will provide tlie Stewart mining ramp all the comfrirtj of a rural mall delivery, nntl will deliver from Iho Fouthcrn innrkcltf cverylhins from prunes to lum'ier. machines now being constructs! in Seattle and early now month, the first one will fly to Slcwmt. In May the- other two con- i traded for will leave. They will liavo I Those Tired, Aching Feet Tliosc pains 1n tho knee anil achlnr These arc all Indications of Foot Tr With apiiroachlni; Spring and Wnrn; will tie more sf.verc. We can correct them with one of Iho nuTlianical relief of the feet. us do PO now while the ;vi-atlie A properly corrected foot wilh u will elvo relief. ASK TO BE FITTED In tho toes, uliles. Weather you will find these r. Sclioll's many (tfcvlccs for Is cool, rortcrly fitted pair of shoes SHOES FOR ALL. AGES W.J. NELSON SHERLOCK BUILK Palm Sunday and Holy Week. Sunday, 8 a.m.: Holy Communion. Bunday, 11 a.m.: Matins, Sunday, 7.SO p.m.: Evonsons. Sunday, 3.SO p.m.': Sunday School, Mondrty, S p.m., Short Service, Tuesday, S p.m., Short Service. Wednesday, JO a.m.: Holy Commun- ion. Wednesday, S p.m.: Quiet liour and address. Thursday, S p.m.: Sialner'B Crucifix- ion will be rendered by the choir. GOOD FRIDAY, 12 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Tliree hour service, ASSOCIATED BIBLF. STUDENTS Dominion Dldg., Gth Street S. Pupdays, pm.: Blblo Study. Sundays, p.m.: Blhto Study. p.m.: Uiblo Study, followed by praise, prayer and tec- tiwony ifueting. All Welcome, No Coltc-l'op, PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 13tli Strtet North E, McAllstcr, Pastsr WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St. 8, Rev. Chat. E. Cragg, B.D., Pattor Mr. Clauds Hughes, L.A.B., Choir Master II a.m. Morning Worship: Palm Sun- day. flThe Triumphant Entrance In- to Jtruialem.1' 12.10: Kaliba.lh School nnd ,Blblo ('.lasses. .Mlssiorj Band. Service. 'tho choir will present. Maunder's fanjous cantata, "Penltenco, Pardon and Peace." Tlio .words will n groat surpriso to tbo congregation THE UNITED CiHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDQE Rev, E. J, Hodglns, B.A., Pastor 1271 6th AVJ. N. Phone 1655 Choir Leader, F. J.lclca.n. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice.- 10 n.m., Uoys' Depl. of Ihe Sunday School In the Hall. 11 tun.: Morning Service: Tho Boy Scouts will parade. 2 o'clock, noglnnors r.nd Primary de- partments of tho Sunday School In (hi? 2 o'clock, Olrls' Dept. of Ilic Sunday School In tho Church, 3.15: Adult Dcpl. of Ilio S. S. in tho Haii, KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 41 h and lib S. A. H. Dunoon, Minister. Ernest F, Layton, Organist and Choirmatter, 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School ll a.m.: Kindergarten and Bcglnaefi Clase. 11 a.m. Jforning 12.15. Dig Hlstera. 2 p.m.: Hlg 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 p.m.: JJv Servlcoi FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenus and Rev. F. Dafoe, Mr. B, Joriti, Dlractor of Choir Morning Worship at H a.ffi. Subject: "Thy Kingdom tlie second In Ihr- series on tlio Lord's prayer. Sunday School nnd Blblo Class' at 13.16. Sunday School, held In the Sth Clnirch, Xorih, at 3 p.m. Evening Service at 7.20. Subject: "Tlie Reward of Finished CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Morning Worship, 11 o'clock. Sunday IvrnngoltaUc Ser- vice, 7.45 p.m. Lively gospel slnglne. On-flre testimonies. You will enjoy II. Inirlng tho week, Tuesday and Thurs- day evening, S o'clock. Everybody is invited to all of tlieso BervlcOs, CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L, Curtis, Patter Car. 3rd Avt. and Sth fit. 0. UiWc School at .Mr. S. Knock, Supt. Preaching Servico at 11.30 a.m. Christian Endeavor at C.30 p.m. teaching Sorvfco at 7.30 p.m. The Pastor will occupy Iho pnlnlt both mornlDg nnd evening. Knn.lay 12.10 a.m. Tosllinony Mooting, Wed. at S p.m. Rending Hoom open dally from 3 to 5 p.m. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and MM, Hardy, C.O, usual Saturday night service. j a.m., p.m., 7.30 p.m. ;