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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MA'Y 11, IDEo HIE DAILY PAGE NINE pur Own Correspondent) KUOJ Church, Tiber on evening last ires Jilted 4y a hire and interested audi- ence of fcqth own and women, oh th'e .oecadoc at 4he big meet- held with ilte tour the Dominion by a delegation from the, mc-Tement la .the pJd land. The plans of the'ijfiogation. however, did not admit ,'M 4helf visiting Tuber, and a hunritej: of. important speakers vefe wot IB 'place. Jjlayor yjck- cry aiid Mrs. (Rev.) Bryan ,ln her usual ac- Alwf ijiftedi in retferenoo to Uie'Bj-tKhorhooi movement, object 'of "tie. the chair- tjtia leading sicker of Dominion Secretary the MM tended the bis pbmion- conTention- in 1919. The with a short his- tojfy of the. movement, and an explan- ation 'ot.'the.'.Ti'ofk'ihd what it vae attempt iriff' to .do.' The Brotherhood movement had Its origin la the eily Blnmnsrti4m; Bngfend, 45 years ago, atjd tie bringing it into bejng neglect of tain all aver to attend church to the op- inton ;'of ifojae'r.the Brotherhood was vi'ho we're not chlirdi-soefs, 'biit organizuUon was now in tlo churches Circulars-' inviting at- tetsdance .Tj-ere' 'sent but -with only 7 atteridihE-th? Slrst meeting, forty beltc present .at' the and at crganiiai-ionE, a1 .membership of 000 'and all '.average ..attend ance atthe meetings' It has been some'. thatHhe Brother- hood enter any field but 'the' .hut-tile Brotherhood sifnsiurej placed on the petition fpf; the-Vradpws1 'War Loan, and: on the-otlrer'hand' the Brotlier- hood Itself ;in the case of- a Jiad "been annoyed by a nejihbor'B' pigeons, and when the had come, sinto. court, had sup- ported th'e 'WidoVs case, and the magistrate had In conseq ed the plaintiff to -withdrew as the Brotherhood was assi widow, .They then acted as i and good relations were They had up (he mai parelod men, from the prisons ad of reporting to the poll' B .reported to the BrotberSood, Such was their otandine water.'.. William-Ward leader of the its etrengtb. at home, determined >o obtain a footing iu France. Me-created