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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEUC TW BXnCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTV LOCAL KIWI MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1921 LETHBRIDGK, ALB.KHTA. PAGE SEVEN AD Lethbridge Went To Church Sunday; Special Messages And Music Stressed the Occasion DO YOU REMEMBER? Large Congregations Hear Beau- tiful Easier Messages from (he Pulpits Crowdd flocked to churches on Kait- Sunday in Hoth thft me ruing: and evening prrvioew in cliurchaH very well tuUdtin ehanRc in the weather helped the mttendanc-o at the Sunday Pflrvfcei a great deal. It also gave the women of the tity a ehanct; to' exhibit their Kastor finery and no j mean ndTantage was taken of the op- j the main attraction for the Gaiter parade. Wealey Church Special music featured both serv- iues at Wesley church. At the even- ing scrrice choir leader, Mr. Lay- ton, had his first male chorus since he took orer his duties with that rhurch. and It wag well received. Rev. B. Cragg took aa bis subject in the morniop "Kaster and at night he talked about the life here- after. Tho rendering of the "Hal- Jplujah" chorna by the choir at the roncluslon of the evening service waa Ji distinct feature. Other music dur- ing: the day vis an anthem "The First Kaster Morn." a solo, "T Know That My Redeemer iint-hem. "Who Shall Awuy the solo by Mrs. Hugh Crawford, "Jerusalem." ChriBt still has body, and m-ill roltiru with It when lie comes to oartb again; further, ho held, that KB Christ waa the tirat fruits of the re- surrection men will be raised in his likeness, tangible, material beings re- taining their intelligence, knowledge, powors and faculties still progressing ana advancing throughout eternity. ton who rendered "The Leo. M. Coombs, Miss Jensen and Frank Steole. When tho Irrlgatlou ditches used to run lull of water In Gall (jiirdeiiH? When tho C.P.U. atatlon was i feutur-, I'd by a large number of prizes. MercbauiK and others intt'rc.-ttrd in promotion of a suecessfn! fair hcrr- iire geltiny buhhitl tho fair board in a sp'iftntiid manner in tlti; niuttCT' of special prizes. i Those be of groat interest to thft farmers of suuiheru Alborta. The! prixes will cover practical iy every of the prize list in which they i Everybody should bo careful, ways the: Alayoi1, all Turjr-day and Wednesday net to let "tiieir an- Ki'.v piiKyions 'and should en- ildavur to 1m irulin. cuol and col- lected in all tlicy ilo. Those are the days which lurnl thetust.'lvfjs ructions, und are likely to happen, as will be in ii mood, in tluit it hot itself to llit1 iniKin, and .so utrnospliori: tint. will lead to all kinds of trouble unless pcoplr: u re very wary. D. W- Hays, Consulting Irrigation Engineer, To Report On United Project (iocs to Cardaton for That irrigation bonds. Tt Is hardly contld- f j i likely here that Mr. Itavs will Offered Post j j by Government imuy be made with liini to act in the i _________ I capacity of consulting engineer for thp government on irrigation mittens. It is uml-ratnod that ho is arranging n open his e in Spokane, but expects to do considerable 111 Members of the fair board aro ing for a bis representation the far- mers of the south country at this and they expect that when tho prize liht is off the press, which will be in I about throe weeks, thny will fiu-mtatrr a lively demand for them. TO IE! IN 1Y Lower Here Than in iiie Big Markets Where ?U2 in Sav- annah Highest Ah'aiut prices iu Southern Alberta iov.-er thuu in many markets in ill? 1'iiiteil States. P'or the best alfalfa in Hnuthprn Alberta twenty dollars a ion is ticinj; paid, and for tho same in ilu-? I'nited States the prices _________ run from -Ha.00 up to According to figures contained in An awieal has been issued by Score the Market Keporler, issued by the I tary Harry Clarke, of the Rotary club I United States department or agricul- I for a one hundred per cent, attend-j lure, bureau of markets No. I, alfalfa. j ance at Monday night's meeting. This i is bringing a ton in Atlanta, i is the last meeting of the club for! u ton in Savannah, 528 iu Memphis, this month and tha attendance record S30 in New Orleans, S26 in Cincm- David Vf. Hays, who lias been cart; the chief engineer of the Can- dn Land and Irrigation Co.. and who ln isl fall resigned to up for him- Alberta. "I! irrigation engl-1 The report of Mr. Hays on the ee. is in tho city today on hlg way! united Project west of Canlitou r, Urdstoii when) he has gone to 1 where acres are to be brought over the Lulled Irrigation pro-lumler the ditch, will retire to be V M (ifflclil1'. miule very soon if the government is I'pnrt on the undertaking for the pro. j get the report in time to itn decision as to whether legiilation pro- one n? ,8h i18 himself Tiding for tho guarantee ot th. bonds u. !-IE lms'iuon eneMof the United district can be pawed "Mi, U Canada, and it IB at tills session. i! Eoveramenl Ilasj It is also understood that George O, wo rl !Thetiler Undersoil, of Los who re- position ported lor the government on in charge of j bethbruige will be in the the irrigation cou ofj Medicine Hat district shortly to make of. tho government's announced policy on the question of tlie guarantee of Carman. Manitoba, streets are now. lighted by electricity. ROTARIANS WILL MEPT TONIGHT; WILL HEAR CONVENTION7 REPORT An organ prelude commenced at fees than to lay in a stock of hay. Rev. Mr. Crusg during his evening service made reference to the Satur- day night Waster editorial of the HPT- aid. Ku sain it was a beautiful con- ception, and he used jfome of its con- tents to further his arguments. Knox Church Knnx Church was crowded for both Captain Denoon hoth and evening, preached on needs boosting. Reports will be giv- en on the conference in Fort William. According to the recommendation of the Chief, the city council, at their meeting .on Monday, resolved to raise the pound fees as follows: The sum of per day will be in future charged Instead of for every horse, cow. jack, mule, mare, if the animals are over a year old; for every yearling horse, mare, jack, mule. ox. or cow 11.50 per day; for every colt, calf, sheep, or goat per day. In the case of the late Horasko who waa killed two years ago by a street car, and concerning whom damages Anniui! Convention Changed' From Regular March Date i COAL SHIPMENTS As Members too Busy The annual meeting of the South- ern Alberta Wool Growers' associa- tion this year will not be held until some day during July. In previous wcro claimed by tho Czecho-SIovak consul at Montreal, tiie council, ac- cording to tno advice of the city sol- icitor, held that the city was not liable. In that the boxing bout held at the Mnjestic was under the auspices of the V. M. C. A., the council resolved to donate tho license fee, IJ50, to that institution. The elentriu department "was given permission to purchase a team, in that tho team used belonged to the public works department and there. needed The council eToIving a scheme them in rather than pay the present flat rate. farnrthe services. mornlog _. seasonable subjects, hU morning one being Resurrection and his evening on "The Future Light." Special mu- sic tinder the leadership of Mr. Fergu- son was given at both services. The morning program was anthem, "As It Megan at and a solo by Mies Pateraon, "And Cod Shall Wipe Away All Tears." Mr. Ferguson also rend- ered two organ selections. The eve- ning program consisted cf the an- t.hem. "I Declare Unto You" and a solo by Mrs. Allan Mlllhouse. At this service as well Mr. Ferguson gave two selections. The Easter spirit was well in evi- dence, at St. Augustin's church, with Ihe siting capacity tared to the the use of water rasters, whereby most to accommodate 150 more i citizens will be encouraged to put than the church could comfortably hold. The message of tho Resurrec- tion was voiced by the preacher, Rev. Barrow, who in the morning service spoke of the signification ofj the first snowdrop showing its head! after the 'Seeming death ot winter. He' drew a picture of Holy City, through the golden streets of which I hero winded no mournful funeral Cortege. Death seemed unconquerable Redeemer died on Calvary, but tha victory over the grave was announced. In his triumphal re-entry into life on the Resurrection Day. He referred to the great awakening, when the multitudes of those who had fal- len in battle, from Marathon, through "Waterloo, down to Vimy and Amiens and other modern battles, would rise agalp in a glorious throng, faster miuic wai well rendered by the choir. United Church In the United Church the building crowded, for both services. Spe- cial Easter, music was .given.. The junior choir gave two authehis in the morning, "Christ is Risen" "Re- surrection Mourn." A duet by Misses Nora and Olive Jackson was followed by a chorus. The evening muflie con- sisted of a solo, "L-ight at Even by Mr. and Mrs. .Tamieson, a solo, by Mr. Scott and Stainer'a rhoir. Immortality was the subject "The Appeal of the by the of Rev. T. D. Jones' morning sermon and in the evening his subject was "It Behooved Christ to Suffer." St Patrick's At St. Patrick's church three serv- ices were held in the morning and on each occasion the church was well crowded. The church was prettily de- corated with flowers donated by the ladies of Ibo parish. The sermons were seasonable, and a special or-j cliestra augmented the choir. Baptist Church j Owing to misfortune tho services in tho Uaptis: cluirch were not feitured by special music. The organist, Miss Lottie Dafoe is confined to hed through an operation and the choir leader. Mr. B. Jones is absent from the clly. Rev. Mr. Dafoe preached on Easter subjects, in the morning talk- ing on "The Resurrected Saviour" and in the evening, "Resurrection and its Truth." I at. Mary's St. Mary's North Lethbrlrtge, had its Tull iiuota or KuBtpr worshippers, and i.iie ICastc.r iPRHon expounded i'y iho Hey. Stanley Ripper. Appro- lirialB iniiiii'; was rendered through-i out both services hold during' the day. i Tiioiv: a very large number uf J Latter Day Saints A large (Congregation attended the Kiistcr service in tiie :i.iy Saints' church hist night when Kliler David II. Elton preached timpiaut sermon on "The Risen ixird." Tho point Elder fcltnn atresr-ed was Ihe reality of tho resurrection, that previous years difficulty has been experienced I _" in getting the members to attend the meeting in March so this change was thought advisable. Announcement to this effect was made this morning by .V. T. Macleod, New Orleans, nati. In Chicago, in Minne- apolis. 510.oO in Omaha, and in SfTn Francisco. Standard alfalfa ranges from in Oniaiia to in Jacksonville. AT SUMMER LEVEL' SIO.BO in _________ j Omaha to J2S.OD in Jacksonville. i The supply of alfalfa in Chicago blUpmenlK of coal rrom. Southern I seems to be lower than the demand Alberta are dropping down lo their although dealers claim they are in a summer level. Tho average for the position to Handle any rush orders past week is seventy cars a day and tor large amounts. Pacific coast mar- it is expected, will gradually ill-; kels are weak, and in tbe south tho shipments i trade is slackening. I'm- winter trade will pick up. Ship- ments of tho railway coal are averag- ing thirty cars a day. secretary of the ussociiitinn. Mr. Macleod said all the wool from South- ern Alberta lias been sold and the growers are now waiting for a settle- ment. In shipments of wool from Southern Alberta wore heavier' to the Canadian Co-Operative than in pvreious years. Owing to the unsettl- ed condition of the wool market grow- ers will not receive as largo a price as in some previous years. Tbe total shipments from this part of the prov- ince ware about the same in quantity as in 1S19. TO LAWYERS, and To is a swap? A QUID PRO QUO KIDS! SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE MATINEE lOc Tueaday Afternoon COLONIAL For best work at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 41Sa Fifth St. S. Phone 693, MAGNETOS Any type, any make, repaired 3r gnpnlled. The North Lethbridge Garage E. J. O'SuIlivan. J13 Oh St. y. Phone 549. Looking After Dads Health Whether Dad's health is good can be read in his face at night after the day is done. No man should bo allowed to neglect health because busi- ness is pressing and time seems lacking. HG may know thit he ihould see his chiropractor, but he doesn't go unless the folks at home urge him to do so. Looking after dad's health is mother'! job, but it also Is tbe job of sons and dnughterj too. Dad not only needs such atten- tion but lie appreciates it. NO CHARGE Consultation i! without cluu-gc or obligation. KVRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 305 Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and 1441. Sherwin-filams A splendid paint for inside floors, is easily applied, and dries over night with a good gloss. .1 quart tins, gal. tins, Flat-Tone A flat wall paint for the artistic decoration of interior walls, ceil- ings and woodwork. Made in 24 colors; also white. 1 1 quart We have a complete line dl1 Sherwin-Williams products, and can suggest to you a special finish for your purpose. WATCH FOR OUR MORNING BARGAIN fflCOTL HABDWARE CO. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING, HEATING and GAS-FITTING PHONE 762. PHONE 1613 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS usiness ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-b Building 312 Third Avftnua South QUAKER BREAD always enjoyed the con- fidence of the house- keeper, and its popular- ity is growing. John Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378, THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS Quality GROCERIES SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Florida Grape Fruit, each......I5c, and 20c Head Lettuce; 2 for............... Sweet Potatoes; '20c Libby's Dry Pack Sweet Spuds 25c and 40c Rhubarb; per Ib...........................25c Marshmallows; per ib..................... '.40c CRmeroii beat MA MM Cheese; Roguofoot. Swiss, Umburger ami Welsh Riirebit Cheese; per tin Pimento and Kraft Cheese; per tin Llinburger per llriclt 60c GEO. KERR CO, FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 AND 1385. SERVICE STATON FAMOUS MAGNETOS Magnetos Recharged WITH FACTOSV EQUIPMENT. All makes of magnetos repaired. Pull stock of repair parts carried. We repair and re-wind armatures, generators, motors, coils and cut-outs. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ROY ELECTRIC CO. 513 4TH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 736. IT IS TIME TO CON- SULT US REGARD- I ING A MONUMENT Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Proprietor. IMPORTER OF SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBLES. PHONE 8TH ST. S. Income Tax FORMS NOW AVAILABLE Income Tax Forms T-l, T-1A, T-2 Are Now Avail- able for Issue at the and at the Sub- Inspector's Office, 211 Sherlock Building. wlni ivii; fclva nil tin; information ilcsirod ufi In the making; up of All rotunui iucoMift must hn lileil with Hie Inspector ot rnigury, not liltur tliiln tho end of April. 1U21, together v, Itli a cliciiuc Tor ilic full amount or ill Iraist 2S per cent, of the iiasoKKUHMit. All file promptly and avoid penaltliu. ClMnnina must lin to Ihn Receiver General at Canada, nncl must have betn prevlouily accepted and marked by the Bank on which drawn. Returns ninnt In- c.oMy for rnfcrt'iioc. nind In dnpllcuto anil tiisiwyern should ;