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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3fl, THE HERALD'S DAILY PAGE OF LIVE DISTRICT NEWS Macleod Churches Observe Easter Largest Crowds in History Town Flock to Services On Easter Sunday of The Presb.vterui) fhnrrli record I tlieir tartest number of communieanU lor KMter servlncti ot 1021 in the i history of thulr vhurch iu Marltod. I The Kriduy si'rvica was in- dued A good one; several new mem- bers were received. Thw vice tkls yoar was indeed ooeoiirajrlng to the minister, Hev. i. Kenwdy. POPULAR BARONS YOUNG LADY RECENTLY WEDDED Rev. Griffiths, New Dayton, Farewells Going to Vv'rcntham Prrsanted With Purse by His Congregation (From Our Own Correnpotdent) MACLEOD. Mar. SB; (From Our Own Correspondent) Ti.VRONS. Mar. L'S. -The inatrlmon- (from Our Own Correspondent) NEW DAYTON, Mar. Tues- day i-.i Macleod was the best oelebra- j "oremony was performed ot Mr. T. ,lly lasl preshyterian lion or Kaster over held ra the towu. Christiansen of Nobiifcrd. and MIBS mied to c-aitSllly. it beins All the churches held preparatory I Warnnck of Barons, by the Rev. the occasion of the congregation's LUC VIJ III I II I-Ml pi I v iVl_ J 1 1 services during HIP wet-k. and the re-! A- H. Itanoon m Lethbndge yesterday. was, one The Wurnock family Uv- at Bponso to "Master was seen in each and over; church. At the Church of Knfflanrt th.e week night well attended. nnd the Easter services were, taken part in by ;s larger number than usual. At the Mtuhudist rluirrh. Uev. A. liu1 weok niglu ser- riceg Wei's atif-mifui, nnd the Kaster Siuiiuiy liiormns soy vice, was the best ever Madeori. The Sunday School iu lU'teriKuni was larger than any pi rvumsly held. The evening: service was tlie largest ever held in tbe church; was crowded to its utmost seating capa- city. The numher of now members taking Sacntme.nt was hirae. The atons were very stroiis and powerful. the attention 01 liirge was held all the time. At the morning service Ihe-youns t-Iiotr render- ed sweet music, as only sirls fan. Oljr must Inspector Reports Coleman Schools in Good Condition; Need More Accommodation farewell to Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith, on their moving to a larger field of operations in of the church, i rhas> principal of the New j fhis district. _ v.....s ed in this cummtmlty before the school, occupied var wan built through Barons, j th., aml jn Us usnal man. family cau he palled [olrt tho :uldjcnce the purp0se Waruock was me- the nieetinKt BjvinR ;it iho saaip lfme ell filled timers here. MlM tlvely in all this commufctty. Yor tome time was onrauist In tlm Sunday SWiool. and when rwiuLrad ahe the would teach it class and in Hint would make her able. Prom this greiUly iniftaed alld ft ing this popular TOUDS couple happy days in their new home in XoblefimJ. Sunday profit- join in wis' hlg of i iu ion as tu the advisability of the removal of Mr. Gritfilh iruni New j Dayton. ;it the sanio time touching on version of tlie common; far as destructive, and con- criticism is concerned, and I'tahiff stt length L. i program wns gone through. Ihosfi tak-i i in? ptrl beicg T. E. Skeitti. li. L. Ken- j ;ler. H. l.yoa. Mrs. Kepler, Mrs. Ly-' (From Our Own Correspondent) COLKMAN, Mar. J. II. A., of Mac'.eod, has lorwanlod his report on tho public school; It is a very eomiilinmntary and satisfactory report. Mr. Hutchiu- son finds the teachers o" ubil- on the whole. 1'rincipal Powell secma to have his work well iu hand and shows splendid executive, and teaching ability. The school trustees arc praised for sefyrins so capable and able an assistant, principal in Miss Beaaio Fraser, The iMBpector finds room for critic- ism in tho number or children In some of the classes. This is natural but tuinehow difficult to bo avoid- ed. The trusteea feel that more- class- room accommodation must be provid- ed and are warmly congratulated 'on what they have already accomplished- in that direction. Something will likely In- done this summer in proviri-i iiiR additional rooms in Coleman. i Tho new school in Wost the inspector flmU up-to-date iu every j way. i Inspector Tlutchinson recognizes j the deep and practical intciest, which, Chainnan Cameron and all the tnu-i tees take in the educational matters Twenty-three Get Diplomas At S. A. At Claresholm Closing Exercises Valedictory Address By Prof. Ottewel! to The Herald) CL.AUESHOLM, Mar. cba- inK exercises of the School of Agri- v.Jtnre. Claresuoiv.t. t-..ok place the night of March 34, ml. A large crowd gathered to see this animal closing function. On behalf of the Department of Agriculture and the staff of the School of Agriculture, Mr. J. C. Hooper, principal, welcomed everyone. He was glad to sac such large number of ex-students pres- ent which showed that these ex-stu- dents were in dose touch with their Ima mater. He also stated that wo were very fortunate in bavins wjth us Professor A. ti. Ottewell, director ot extension department of the TJni- TV 1A 01 Colonnn It mp-i-iB i creiL deal verelty of to Slve the vale for address to the successful stu BOM' ISLAND CHURCH 1 'From Our Own Correspondent) ISLAND, Mar. Baster i 1'hft children and wee tms did the, en- t Sunday ihere wore services both j lertataing during the Sunday ricliool morning ;miI-eveaJn? iu St. i In the evening orchestni church which was fif linfly adorned clayed before -the service hour. auH with beautiful pottod plants and j :he special music- hy the choir ami was the best ever heard in Hacleod. The music was under the rection of J. T. Doncy. The floral de- corations were iu great abundance. Easier liliea, The, Sunday School program in the morniug of special t ftushie At th? closf- uf j Ui. ].-cgrym the ''h.iirnmn ask 1 Mr. J Mr-'. GritiUb >o t.ome t-i fiM'r.i, when. Mr. McKcIvje, on liehnlfj of the congregation, presented Mrs. j Griffith with a handsome set ol' china, i Mr. Griffith with. ;i purse well fill- with uotes, as a mark of the es-j iii in "which they -were held by the j Dayton people, nt samp time j I expressing the regret of the entire trustees so faithful and devoted to their task, Tlua report as a whole is most satis- factory and the encouragement given will lead no doubt to continued inter- est and service. ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT IN RAYMOND GARAGE recltutiotis and Diandolln seluc- tious, while the Rev. V. M. Gilbert, also garf n short, talk. In the evening ;t large audience coiiummity that the Presbytery found; it necessary to move hiin to ;i larger- field he would have more room to work and expand the facilities he has for organization. Mr, and Mrs. I Griflith both feelingly replied when DODD'S KIDNEY he gave choosing 't text the vords "Re is Risen." Mr. S. Y. Hurst at the organ and J gave two lelectiot'S while the hymns chosen for the service were iill ap- i to Kaster. (From Our Own Correspondent) Mar. Green have an attractive olectrical depart- ment just completed in tlteir new brick block. Mr. Ray Powell is in charge of this dcpartmnet and Mr Green has promised a rate in electric current to all who have electrical ranges installed in their homes. put to the- meeting and carried without a single seat being filled amid the greatest outburst of enthusiasm ever heard In the church, showing in. I its enthusiasm that the work, not of; a John Kaoi, or of a Martin Luther, j were appreciated, but that the work i of a self-made man who spoke i TRANSFERRED. BRANDON thought (From uur Own Correspondent) .f'fJJ1' was appreciated, i HATMON-D, Mar. 3S.-Mr. Angus >That this wiwregation by a stand- McT.wn of the Bank Montreal staff I RAYMOND BANK MAN lias bftea transferred i Man. Mr. McLean is s to Brandon, war veteran, enltated and served overseas. Before his enlistment he a bank Or. Cftisfi'fl Ointment viJ] rclitivt) you at onca iml atfont benefit. a fcpi; all or Kilinaiiioti, Fates ,t O'., Umitfd, Enrunio, Sample Hot free it you mention this and enclose '.V. stamp hypay manager but on uii return, no posi- tion as bank manager being open he was stationed at Raymond as account- ant. Hit many friends in Raymond are 1 over hit promotion to Bran- don. He has been an interested worker in the Boy Scout movement; his pleasant, seninl ways made him a favorite with all the boys. Lait night hi} was (-.ha jruest of honor at a baa- rjuet iu ;ftaymood hotel. TOBACCO places itself on record as be- ing absolutely satisfied with Mr. Grif- fith's ministry for the past three years amongst us, that the secretary of the churrh be, requested to record this resolution on the historical records of the church, and that he send copies of same to the convenor of the Mac- leod Presbytery, and tq the Home Mis- sion Board, Farewell Sermon Mr. Griffith preached his farewell sev-j mon Sunday; when we iEmk he ed himself iu oratory, especially his farewell remarks which we hope will is only one- clELLO Canada's Mostfamous Dessefa MitJl mt 3riJgtlurg. be takan to heart by all concerned. We understand be will be located in JjFren- tham and have supervision the two fields east, Skiff and C'onrad, 'which are being opened up by the Presbyterian church, and inhere thn Home Mission Board thinks Mr. Grif- fith' can do a better work than perhaps he could do hero, or at any rate a bet- ter woi'k than a new man in a new field could do. The community as a whole, irve-. [.spective of croeii. regrets the rtepar- ture of Mr. and Mrs. Griffith fri-n i amongst us, as wa? shown on Tues- j day night when U7 per cent, of the j congregation turned out to do them'. [honor. At the same'time every other j denomination in the district ctime to pay their respects to the man who was no respector of persoue, to tho man who filled his calling to the best 01" I his ability; antl who preached tho l word or God aft he saw it, and to the I satisfaction of the congregation, to i Mrs. Griffith for her sympathy to the j oppressed, forher kindness Lo those in j worse circumstances than herself, -and j Cor her interest in every movement i for the betterment of the community anil for mankind in general. The peo- ple 'of Wrentham are lucky in getting a man of the calibre of Mr. Griffith, but they must already be aware of all this seeing that they have a couple days ago taken steps to build a man-ic for the accommodation of ilioir new, f mtntater. F or 63 years a safe and baby food EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk Now Spring are here in profusion. They are sensibly attractive. The tailoring is the best that can be produced. i And these new spring Suits and Overcoats, at Fit-Reform prices, are the soundest values in Canada today. Come in and see our new spring styles. nt Fit-Reform McKelvie McGuire I SPRING WORK STARTS I 1 IN REAL EARNEST IN- j COALDALE DISTRICT! J___________________ (l-'ruin Our Own CorroKpniuJr-nl i j COALDALE, Mar. i work, both plowing and discing, i was common in this district yes- terday. During the night two in- ches of wet snow fell. This is thawing rapidly this morning. The land is In excellent condition i to atfcorb it, and a good amount of moisture is being provided to start the seed. J Use menthotatum For After-Shiving, Chipped Skin, Burns, Scalds, etc. dents who -wero shortly to leave for their homos in the various parts of Southern Alberta. Mr. Hooper, in re- viewing the history of development of agricultural education, paid H tribute to the very successful, efli- cient and economical system planned and outlined by Hop. Xmncau -Mar- shall, minister of agriculture. Tlie establishing of the three schools of agriculture at Chjresholm, Olds and Vermillion was briefly touched upffn. To meet needs and demands ot the people in other ot the province, it was necessary to establish three others at Raymond, GleicbeR and. Youngstown. A com- parison of> the cost and efficiency of agricultural education in Manitoba was made with that of Alberta.' Iu Manitoba the cost of buildings and equipment has amounted to about which provides accommo- dation for students, in Alberta, allowing for the establishing of four more schools, ten iu all, and figuring cost of laud, buildings, stock and equipment of all the schools, and also cost of land, buildings, .stock and equipment of the Agricultural Depart- ment of the University of the total cost will not exceed which will provide for students as compared with 500 of Manitoba. The principal thanked the execu- tives of the various organizations connected with tlio School of Agricul- ture tor tho efficient and business- like manner in which they conducted the affairs m 1920-21. The valedtc-: tory address given, by Professor Otte- well was a very excellent and instruc-1 tive address, very appropriate for tho I :occasion. Mr. in his usual clear and pleasing manner, converted the sub Ijoct "The Why of Education" from 'one of intangibility to a potent 'reality, in which the Canadian peo j Pic from the oldest to the youngest f citizen should be interested. Kduca- tion is one of the greatest factors, if not the greatest factor, in the solti- i-Um of Canada's economic problems 01 the present times. If we are to pa> off the war debt of per capita most surely and quickly, education must not be thwarted but encouraged 'and we must uc willing to finance and support our system of education in the same spirit as we financed and supported the allied war machine. John Edlund is being sympathized with these days as he lost his good dog Prince. Prince was a very well known (especially by tbe neighbors) and will be greatly missed (at night) isy the people living within a quarter oC a mile of 2nd Ave. and Railway street. He was a great favorite with people who did not want to sleep as his hobby was sitting on tho barking at tbe moon. Mr. Ed- land, who is a great dog fancier is going to replace Prince with a bull dos which is being secured from one t of the best kennels in Calgary. Mr. James Laidlaw who this R. C. M. P. VETERINARY i VISITS MACLEOD POST; (From Our. Own -CumKspou'leuO i MACLEOD. Mar. Dr. Bnrnc-tf. chief veterinary of Royal I Canadian Mounted Police, is in j lood this week, on his tour of j inspection. j DR. BONNELL. M. P., ON VISIT TO CONSTITUENCY (from Our Currosjinritl.iiU) FKKMIO. Mar. llonnoll. M. I1, for Kootcuay, arrived home Sunday ;tnd IH in (Jruribrook today. Elo will return lo OM.'iwa liy cast- IjuiHid Irani, TrHtMnt far Coujkf utt CMt The titiw for Vnpo-Crciolcnc ii tho lirtl ljimofaroUoric.reUiroiil. Ithilmpk ycra juit liul.i ih0 ijulu lamp the and jilacuit Heal-the wolhljir nntirwtic imVai ni reiiavot the crjiith. ana conaculion, and protccri in !rn i town but is a very prominent fousi- i ness man at Woodhouse is tlio first j party this year who has reported a hatch of young chickens. Mr. Laid- luw liatl a hatch come off on March 12th and tlicy imvc come through the last storm in guort shape. Tho War Veterans will hold .their last danca of thu season on Monday, March L'Sth. Tho sneaker, by the use of that most comprehensive tool, the graph, clearly showed hosv education enabled tho Individual to reach the highest elHciency as a citizen. He pointed out that tho more highly trained and educated the individual v.-aa. the later in lil'o did his or her j luitin niliciency, hut on the other hand i tho longer was tho period of useful- I and earning capacity. As Mr. OUcwell cited, the graph disappeared :il the upper corner of the sheet and was still guini! up. Iu his farewell remarks to the grad- I lulling class speaker endeavored 10 impress upon (heir minds l.ho no- I fiipslty of the most successful agri- Icuralist having a broader education j than those in any oilier profession. He. further nreiul them to let no issue sidetrack l.liran in their pur- I suit of lilftlinr for in this way and Ilila way only, would they iittaln to maximum power, u lasting turrn of service, antl ronl happiness. Professor Ottewell was then called upon to present the diplomas to the successful In practical agriculture and 1 in household science. Tho successful students were: A. And- erson, Nohleford; w. H. liackmi.. Palltary; Taldwell, TllilBprinB; a L'. Folk, Curmaiifav: D. U otble if arrangements can' be made soon enough we might be able to havs some illustration work during 1920. PROGRESS EKOOT SHRU at room ive full r Toofct styles thai .dealers wove bevond .1 i a to ream through the TOOKE BROS. LTD TORONTO "WINNIPEG VANCOUVER TtMt Suit, or Sprint you contemplate can be purchaied now at the new low scale which. Fashion Craft Mfrt. have for 1921. 'CLOTHES CLOTHES Ready for Service or to measure at reconstruction prices. Fashion-Craft Clothes of known [quality-of fit, material and work- be bought at prices which compare most favorably with any reputable line made. to LOOK FOR THE LABEL Each garment guaranteed by the makers to give tatufi tory service, bj 3M i, (J [ffS KEEL St. South ;