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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE UiM-HHHllKilS 1MU..Y SATURDAY, MAY ttbe Xetbbriboe Deratt> Hiucrta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers r THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. BUCHANAN iTesldent. and .Managing Director John Torracce j Business A VALE BEYOND A im Sunday took as ilio text ot his sermon ilw Life Boyi'iul." It is that after nearly two thous- and years of the- existence ot Oiristiamiy t'nc need fehculd be lomul iut'iiU-atiiiir tlie groat which I'lirisliauity us. That it was iNHisiJercd neocssary there could be no doiibt, or else the sermon would not have bceu It wa- ivrhatis ileoniw! PO on the1 particular occasion, foHuwiiig the rxvoiu of an eminent scientist to I'algary. to combat the inoJination, which it lamiot be gainsaid is only too strong at the present time., for nu-n ami women to search for comfort in way of seeking after ttiat t-onsotatiou which the creed they have been brought up to believe in abundantly supplies. l.s it tliat in for consolation elsewhere tliiin solely in the Christian in the after spiri'ualUm, that individuals are looking for something in thu share of the concrete rather than of the Member Audit Bureau ol Circulations. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per "week ......5 j abstract? If so ther Or it imvy Ho tliat ilic old story shotil.! that the truth of it siiouAil Ki means is not altogether as it ?li lining in tins it Mioiv of the lifo beyuiul ti" wrong Vour'Hehrow boys Escaped (roni a vincial Luuiher Commissioner for Council made vacant by the death Eastern, Canada, with' headquarters at of John N'ewBtead has written that owing to Ul-beaUU ho is uuablo to (ill the vacancy. Toronto. Mstowel Council have decided put the. curlew law lufo etfcct in the Christianity it as they shoitlJ. a now one in this twentieth century and -oujilil to be brought hoiao by tangible miM be. In one sense it may be eiuxmr- s in she human heart to obtain a true in she belief in the same. But in the want of fnitli in'tlio i-rml. in for other 'oa' that that creed, with all that it tu Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year 5.03 Weekly hv mail year 1 't something which tend .Weakly! by malL per year to'ii.S. IVOO j bring, to ihe human is nut more greatly estimated than it by sonic, If'Christianity" aloiu-. in ilio doctrine it. teaches, is not cnonjili to Irt-iiis home to tlie'wiints of men is no stwli thi.ig as death in THE" PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION WAVE ot wave of a Presidential else- its iiual sense, lite Creator of all things (it this season of the year I t -I. 1___ 1 tlon is now heating over the United States, and who the ultimate winner Trill be in the present state of the campaign no man can say. Several tlie truth of the creed which has Him for th that i- worshipped. Today we ari takes place every year in which Jifi lieliiililini: HID great minu'l? of Nature whiili in the (-miii'st of life with death. It is bci-umi's i lie victor. Today tlie living sap names are prominently mentioned of rMm'' ami rnnrmi? iluoiwh the trunks mid branches of ihe trees to al! Tliev are beini vitalised into existence by this strung jneu who are regarded to he In the! appearance, running, but until the two big conven- niid vigor. Today Nature in her open air temples is prcni'ljiiig Hie lions tato place the prospects of any eternal sermon-which Christianity has preached some two thousand; particular candidate cannot he judged! years, that there is no death. Jt.nuy well be calleil Much of It Above Prairie dross Relieving the Feed Situation. (From Our Own forrMiwni'enO TAilKH, May and painters are at work adiliog varied iuiprovenieiits to ilif residence ot E, W. Houghton. A chiiumv at tin1 residence ot TV'. II. Ik'thoringtc.ii. barber, on the south side, caused a tiig hubbub in the busi- ness seciion on Wednesday, especial- ly m account o! high wind pre- vailing in ihc lime. The [ire truck was busy on the street grading Job on Main street, and the (ire bell could not be heard on account of the wind As soon as Iho Fire Chief was notified tho grading went by the hoard, find tho Winnipeg fire department had nothing ou the spi't-d of the truck or tho rush to the fire hall of the mem- bers of the volunteer hrlgade. The blaze, however, (jurat itself out with only slight damage, and the town re verted to its accustomed calm. on iday cvcnlni miracle, jus! j provincial auccs at ihe li of each week. DotettiYO Ay toil was in Clias. Paris- Out., ixty. Ijawton, ftlltor o( 'The Kevionv Is dead, aged LI. li. L. Brown. M.C., fSupt. ot Ihe Jotuiniou I'orest Products laboratory attached to the Uulversiiy of nritlst Columbia, has been appointed 1'ro order to keep children olf tho street st iiishL Oeu. Sir Arthur Currie spoke be- fore a largo audteaco at Guelph, and a description ot tho taking ol Hill TO. Ariueai'wUh -a pair' of a man named has beeii holding autolsts aud terrorliing tho people near Sraithvllje. fS-Ald, J. B. Hoover. Ouclph, who !s eutitlcd to Iho Ecat in Ihe Citj Listowel recommends Iteevo J. A. Hacking us magistrate to fill the va- cancy created by iho resignation ot Magistrate Teraunum. Hospitality is a striking character- istic of tho Turk. In fact, it is against the precepts ot his religion to turn away a guest who seeks shelter aud lodging at his hands. Canton, Chlua, tins a population of about two million, vet is so conjunct that one can from boundary to boundary in any direction In little raore than an hour. .Tention. conies from the eastern amounted to over sir millions. Tbo "States. In this connection the namojdnty on fruits and nuts rail consider- of Governor Lowdeii who recently -jbly over two ruillious, amounting to carried Illinois looms large. tho sum ot On apples from A man who appears to he boomed a ttie states there wes a duty levied of (great deal is Governor Coolidge. of, JMassacbusseUs. who recently caiue'j Taking the figures above oa'a few under favorable notice in the wuy he dealt with the police strike iu Uostou. }Ie appears to have a large following in the east of the States. General Wood does not appear to making the great progress he was anticipated to make. President Wil- son carried the State of California by a small majority, but there is not a great deal being heard ot Democratic: candidates. The Presidential campaign in the Slates this year is one of more than usual interest in the peculiar drcum: :stance3 In which tile States stand to Peace Treaty as contained In the of Nations. Tho situation across the line appears to be a com- one, particularly with the names ,or some of the candidates mentioned. As compared to elections elsewhere it a long drawn out affair, with the fea- ture of bitterness with which the cam ..paign is conducted In certain quarters in the charges that are being levelled by the supporters of one candidate against the other. This may be of course to which Presidential .candidates, like- baseball players, bave to get hardened, and it appears that it needs a man of rhinoceros hide to put up "with all the shafts aimed at him. of The articles wjiicb are" tho people's necessities, it .Is not surprising when tho facts are known that tha tariff looms large In ihe minds ot the con-, suming public when, as at present, there is no alleviation in the prices of the last straw is imposed on the burden which has'to be reluctantly borne by a tariU on the. people' food, to say nothing of their raimejit That a tariff for revenue purposes has to be administered no one can dispute. -But the nature of this tariff-; has to he determined and nor relied on as the principal, If not the main, means. Particularly when one, and tbis the far larger, part of the com- munity, has to pay for. tbe benefit of. the few. In the circumstances tho Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1.: What is the most noted ot modern sculpture? 2. What is tho origin of tho ex- pression "post haste'.'? 3. What Is Venice glass? 1. To what religious domoninations do President Wilson, and ei-Presldent Taft helc-ng? Who are "Waiters Provi- 6.: What Is a palindrome? FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS the "meaning 3. What is an Inca; .-3. .What Is the "''meaning' ot 'Car- dinals In petto? 4. What was iho spst of-the war to the Commonwealth y. What other name has tho gere- anium? 0. What is the meaning of ANSWERS. So to divide a, or You would not pay 25c a pound for sugar if you could get it at another store for 22c, would you? No, of course you wouldn't. Then why pay high prices for your Life Insurance when you can purchase from us at a saving of about 15% OR the annual premium. Don't think that all Life insurance rates are They are not. Dur policies are all up to date having the latest. disability features in them with Increased Indemnity. We are a Mutual Company so all the profits belong to We save you money, and a dollar saved is a dollar gained. Be wise aud pur- you chase your Life Insurance from soon bo beard as to who has the best stand. T62 last couple of days have given iis a reminder of the windy spring wo used to wiud however Is having a henefu-iont effect in draw- ing the green Kudos through the soli, and by tlie same mkeii, is helping to put a good coat o! feed on-the prairie. It, D, Shields ha.s ailorued the front of his hardware store with a coat ol bright red, which greatly adds to tho appearance of the building. Kretjuent .shipments of trees for Tuber citizens and fanners ot tho dls tric-t, coming in at the express office here, indicate a reluctance to allow to 'get away with all the Gait Garden stuff. Some day this district will be a. Summer resort, and small fruits will ho a native crop.. is claimed by autoisis acquaint- with- the. matter, that .instructions to guide, motoring, parties through the province'ytvaru them thejTa- j ner.'streets oKgjafhe avoided and the I town left of'tho. route.1 III. that ,is' to say about th'e timQilhc.loiirists ing" out -The roadsiand having a .look, iil the grov.-ins- crops; there, .will ta no finer higiiyfaya in th'e province than tSc this town, except in the offer of a day lias been The Metropolitan Life .The company that has one-eighth of the people of Canada and U. S. A. insured with them. District Office: 201-203 Sherlock Block Manager, J. Norrington, Phone 339 forecast of the New York paper, as it nation into representative districts scans the Canadian political horizon, to give one political" party undue r n advantage over others. -The word is i made for ot'the town trac- is neither far-fetched nor far from Eldridge.. Gerry who itor; to go i adopted the scheme in 'Massachusetts info the A remedy should be put under way! whel] he was gov'ernor. Gilbert famous Albert Park now controlled for thesubway. the artist, looking at the inap by'lhe town could ho put in shape for of Ihe new distribution, with a liltle another Tear's crop, but at present Dread is rising without the need of j invention converted iit into a sala- 'mander. "No, no." said llussell when yeast these days. Peace by resolution the move iu ihe United States. THE TARIFF AND THE PUBLIC The New York Evening Post ap- pears to have correctly gauged the outlook ol the next election In Canada It saya that one of the most hotly contested issues will be the The United Steam and Operating Engineers are considering a strike in Hamilton. A strike is being engin- eered. shown It "not a salamander, Stuart, (call'it a Gerry-niander. latest 2. A king or royal prince of 1 ancient Peruvians. 3. Cardinals about to be elected hut not yet publicly announced. 4. The total cost of the war lo'lbe i the town is getting Uio worth of its money even' 'day the tractor is in use oil the streets. On May 24th, a'celebration is being if'the Hospital, and "Planned In aid Of 'tl if this weather 'Beep: able to hold the" same. Commonwealth from August March 1919 was .pounds. It are 13H to 1 Employers ot abor Carranza and Meiico have a habit of popping up every now and then to per head'of population. in Kitchener strict watch Is computed that with repatriation ?n of employes in order and deferred pay and pensions prc- vided, the. disbursements will aggre- gate pounds, or 90 pounds tariff Issue. The people or Canada !in the. sun bavo come to realke that the tariff show that they still have their place I "plays no small part in the rise of tho 'price of commodities and that behind .It shelters many a profiteer. II is evident that the Government Is mothered to ttc principle of nigh protection in the policy it per- fcjsts in adhering to, in regard to the way '.he Customs dues are allowed to he levied independently of the con- sideration tbe exchange plays on the value of the articles imported. The "dollar continues to be valued al ils old standard 1n relation to the Brit- ish pooud with tho result The high cost of living is causing polygamy !o out in Persia. H.C-L. has it uses after all in bringing about beneficial results. Through swallowing z tack a Xew York physician' has been awarded damages. Home people have! to eat hard tacK without any compen- sation whatever. Crane's Bill; from the resembl- ance of the fruit lo the bill of a crane which Is the Grcefc derivative ol 0. In actual existence. a child living is "Iu bill before birth is only Keltic Valley Hailway be- longs to a private firm but is man ed by tho C.P.H. which has an interest! in It.) to" check the spread of smallpox. The making of newsprint from bam- boo Is contemplated. When this coracs .about there will be point In tho stale-! thai the dues on British imporls are Somclime3 made that the. public.; "practically heavier than heretofore. ,Jn addition to this the importer has io pay duty not on the price of Ihe article nt the time of 'purchase but 'nt the time of shipment. With the is bamboozled by the press. In case it may not have struck any- hudy. we might as well say that, with iho fine of S300 imposed, the pleasure tendency o! articles to rise la value. ol n deer in the Kanff Na- w iho present habit seems to be. lluional Pnrk was dear at the price-. can be easily seen conditions are) _______ aggravated by tlie practice. Ireland appears lo ho Much education, as to how sjje of ( Hrilain InttlC oa articles ctt necessary con-j rninrts 0, sumption help lo boost the price of .the same to the consumer, may bo .gleaned from a rtudy of the Customs' returns. "Wo shall take rennet figures a thorn Which re lhc Ireland already published of those or the year a or plsr. .1918. In that year there were Import-1 Th6 position o! Lord Salisbury, that I! a floating island anil could ho towed and anchored two hundred miles away from Creat Mrilahi the Irish FIRE-FIGHTERS' RUN ENDS IN BID TO JOIN GIRLS IN MIDNIGHT SNACK the ifreman n sausage, dearie, and then over the olives.4' Scene A dressing-room iu a theatre, ivliersin seven chorm were partaking of a light snack, cooked on electric grills, ere they -re- tired to rest on improvised cols, set up because nf their inability to find hotel accommodation In the city. The trcinljle was [hat (hey had omit- led to tell tho management of their intention ot r.k'tiping In tho theatre. When the Manager and two flro in- spectors made rrninds flftcv the show, they worn attracted by the light in j of lamps and tho sounds of sizzling An alarm wan turned in. and in re-cord time fire laddies hurst In upon [he HCCIIO, to he greeted as recorded almvc. The girls refused u> vacate lliu thratrc until the Manager scoured [lie city fwiml a place for them to 1 i Kieep. Piano Tone Should Improve With Age T docs this with tbe famous 8 old Mason llisch, which is ImUl lo merely lo sell nulckly. You can ljuy nl much less than you expect, and on very easy ICTIIIS. Tf If yon bave a piano or organ to tiado in let us know and we'll niiiho Ihe. most liberal al- lowntK'n, AM RFsch Pfanos arc sold at factory lo home ItTmtnl Blook Him tl DAY; WHY NOT NOW er, the soul- of man will turn toward God in some liour of need. Alas for those who wait until the numbness oi' death begins to paralyze them! If certainly some day. WHY NOT XOW. in Iho full tide of your life? If God of any thouijht, h: is worthy "of our best thought. ENERGISE) JIIGHEST FACULT- IES and giro heed lo religion. AS AN AID TO FAITH, GO TO CHURCH TOMORROW. In the Lord's bouse, on Iho Lord's Day, "Seek Yo the Lord." Give Your Best Self a Fair Chance. IN CASE OF ILLNESS, DEATH OR OTHER TROUBLE, ANY MINISTER WILL BE GLAD TO HELP. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Myriads of persons in Lethbridge are ignoring religion and. the things ,of the spirit. Some do so unconsciously. Others deliberately put the sub.- ject away from them. 'Both'are only postponing the day when the highest and best capability mortal possesses will demand its due. As surely as Spring follows ANGLICAN 8th Avs. Auqustln'3 Chu5Ch, cor. aril 11th St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212 8th St, S. Telephone 1406 Sunday" After AECjnslon. 800 am.: Holy Communion. 11 a.m.: Matins and Holy Communion. 2.W p.m.: Sunday School. 7.30 p.m.: Bvensong. The conflnnitlon class will he uext week on Wedhosday evening" at ih'-t time of intercessions. All j candidates are regueslcil .to attend. Tuesday: After'" school, children's in- 'S p.m.: Intercessions and instruction on the creed. Members of the congregation lire, ret quested to make nny enquiries" ra services, etc., by ringing 1-100. A special meeting of inter-! In Tennis is called for Moll' liny evening at S o'clock, nt tlie teii- grounds, cor. llth St. and 4th. Ave. S. Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St. S. Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B.D., Pastor Mr. Claude Hughes, L.A.B., Choir Master 11 a.m. Morning Worship: "Baptism of the Holy Spirit, tn: Gift of Ton. 13.10 "a.m.: Sunday "School and IliWc ('.lasses. v 730 pm.: Bvonliig Service. Subject.: We'. Talk With-the, Oliver Uodac Says Sayeth the EcripturcsJ" THE UriifFD OHURcfi Or; NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. .1 Hodglns, B.A.. Pastor KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th and Sth Street S. A. H. Denoon, Minister. Ernest F. Laylon, Organist and Choirmaster, 1271 5tl> Avj. N. Choir Leader, Mrs. Phone 1659 F. CHRISTIAN CHURCH cd meats to the value of JLM.377.000 ]rclilml ,t all tilo mafe for domestic, consumption, with n duty j lllo of Of this item Lhe Sinn'FeiiK-rs ,sum of was paid on pork i which forms'a staple dish in manyj in reference to the subw.-iy Mayor Canadian homes. Next we come to a commodity of general tiso guch as salt, and with it 'salt products. There was. a duty on ,what was brought into the country at paid. With Iho protection n! this salt ditty It is significant that the Canadian Salt Company paid profits, after payment of bond interest, of twenty-fire per cent, approximately. On sugnr the tola! duties collected Ilardln states tliat the pulley in regard lo It it, somethlns like that ot Irrlga- tion. When It is dry irrigation is need- ed, whrn it la wet it Is not. So wilb Iho subway in ilin rnvfrse way. When It i.i dry tho subway no at'rn- (ion, when It is wet il calls for (In- same, In olhr-r Hu1. in bo applk-il ili-pfiicN 'in ihr This may be cnllM) j wcnlhiT- cock prilir.y ----O X F O R D S---- Hie newest spring styles. We have a nice range in all leathers that fit the feet and are comfortable. You can have these properly fitted at our store so that they will be snug fitting around the ankle and through the instep and still have plenty of room through the ball of the fool. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK Oliver L. Curtis, Factor Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th. St. 3. Our Plea: Ku thr- Uibie. the Christ. No the Divine. In In Iu All Itiblc School al 10.30: Mr. Kiiscnu FnrroM Supt. Morning Subject: "The Golden Rule.1' Kilning Subjecl: Road to Christian Endeavor, 6.30: -Miss Vfolel Sinclair.__________________ PENTECOSTAL AS3EMDLY Dominion Block Sunday MnrnliiR Worsjilp. 11 o'clock. Sunday Kvcnlnp; Hvaiifc'clistic Kcrvlra, 7.oO p.m. Jv.-inKdiist If, M. Ciiilinildcr anil wifo will lie In f.hnrge of (huso scrvir-ns D.V. flurlng. the and Thurpdfiy M'eriiiiK o'clock. Everybody Welcome 10 n.ra.: Junior-cuoir practice. 10 HOVE' of the Sunday School in "the Hull. 11 ,1.111.: Reception Service. 2 "Be'cinncrs and S'rip'iary de- parjinenti! oC the Sunday School In lire. Hall. 2 o'clock: Olrls' of tho Hnmlay School In Miss Hrigden 'Will "speKk to tho girls of (he TiiKcd .and Wesley Church. lO.fiu a.m.: SaWbaUi School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and DoglnnE-rs Class. 11.a.m.: .Morning Service, 12.15. lilg Sisters. 2 p.m.: nig Tlrothers. 4 p.m.: Chlneso Class. 7.30 o'clock: Evenlns Service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Subject: "Mortals and'immortals." Sunday school, a.m. Testimony Meeting, Wed. at S p.m. Reading Itoom open dally from 3 to 5 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Street Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. B, Jones, Director of Choir is cbmiuK a week eK In 7.50: Special Scrfia' of War Aloinurhil. .Tablet. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENl'S Ip. WHAT WB STAND KOH Kvangnlical Mfnlntcry. Regenerate Meinhcrsliip. (iellgious Liberty, Chrifiliau mid llibllcal An- lliorJIy. at 11 Mnrnlng Wor- Class ul Dominion Bldn., 6th Street S. Sundays, p'.m.: HlbTc Study. Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study. Wednesdays, p.m.: Dlblo fltitily, by tlmony uncling. Ait WcUorr.c. prayer and Ire- Mo CollMtton. 'i tt NOTICE Mlnlslt-rs nre reminded that fjiimrli iifitioOA nljnuld b.i liaud-', t-d Iu hefnro Bin n'flock l-'rlday- -'j to ensure Insrirthm. :is page lo early Sat-1 urd.iy Sf ft- .j. Sunday School and liiblc 12.15. Sunday School in tho 5th Ave.. Church North, at 3 p.m. Evening Service at 7.30. Subject: "Holy Ohost er Yon afford lo miss this grout subject in Ciess: days when UIG Holy Spirll so mlsrepresenltd. Come early If yon want a seal. SALVATION ARMY 11 a.m.; M' .Hiiii- 2 p.m.: Rundrty Sfhmi] 1'rnise Meeting. p.m.: Srilvatfou Adj. Hardy and Ilrctt, offlc'frs In ;