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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATIWIUY, MAY 29.-1920 LETHPRIOGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Every Male and Female Earning Own Living !f Not On As- sessment Koll The Rhyming Optimist Aline Mtchaells.) The leap vear is s jolly time a'heii sll the maidens griu. They dote tbe leap ycir cbtae, gee! liul ther are feellas tfrlmo since It was iii. Must watch most any damsel boru bii'U fu eigMS'-e'sM- It's plain The poll lax, of levied covers every individual, mal_e and female, whose name does n'ol ap- pear on the K applies to the wife if she Is earn- ing an independent living, and to sons and daughters, over 21 years of age, who are working on tal- "S arles. School teachers, stenogra- phers, miners, clerks, and all en- gaged in business, trade, arid la- bor, not paying taxes, come under the Imposition, and all householders who rent and do not own property. t HIGH DESTROYED roar suits her well. She'll nab iwor who can tell? He will not have to wait. There arc so i many, many ways to work this leap- year sluut that mere rtJan zanders In la maze llirough awful nightmare nights .mill ilavs, the poor, unlucky runt! They ask him out Io 'ca anl! ball; thoy have" htm In' to' dine; they loci him Hit he cannot crawl Into his last vear's suit at all; this Is a favoreil Inc." And he? He "Ah. hat> I from 'Ibis cursed spot might rua; Into some descrl land I'd ile "Woman Billy Sunday" to Loose Old Time Gospel C- Against the Dqvik Here i-.i LOS ANHKLKn, Cal., May Compton high school, recently built at n cost of fJa.OOO. and equipped at a cost ot 'f V.-IIE destroyed by iiro i LETHBRIDGE RESCUE TEAMS TO COMPETE BREAD JUMPS TUESDAY Mrs. Aimee Semple McPherson, Native of Ingersoll, Two Weeks of Old-Fashioned Revival Services Start Sunday Methods AH Hcr.Own. Can a Mere Women Pieach the Gospel? Aimeo Semple McPhcrson, born In Ingersoll, Ont., Canada, whom Ibo As- Press has styled, "The vhere not a single damo was nigh, to Suuday... ivm open a ICTjval .lay till "21." And do.the maidens, JB the Curling rink, begin heed hla grief and cease their witch- toulorron. at 230 and 7 p.ui. ins Well, just to make our Hcr first in At the Dominion Day celc- bvatloa at two leamn from-'L'ellibridBO will comijctu in the mine rescue contests. .dory brief, we'll say ho .will not get relief till leap year's final.day. And who can blame the gentler sex! Leap years come far apart, and though girls.wear false teeth and specs, 'tis only humali to annex some tim'd he- male heart. "Four they cry, "that's quite a bit ere leap year comes again, nnd shall- we sit and see this flit and let our chances wane? Ah, no! This Is not in our plan; it simp- ly ir.n't done; each girl will surely get a njan, by book or crook, as host she vac, ere 1921." so leap year finds folks feeling prime if they are fond iit sport. It's open season all the time; though bachelors 'call this a crime, It's fun to hear 'em snort. Their pall is heard throughout lhe land, but maidens say; "Tee heel The men wanl the leap year canned, but wish leap year rules would stand till r How We Serve You Tliat makes it plcaFant and at-, liactlva to Oine here. Variety, quality, courtesy, nil in the iray- you'il enjoy. The Silver Grill Cor. Fourth Avc. and Fifth- St. J. L. MILLER, Prop. v N. H. MURRAY, Mar. naommr bttOULlilL The cost-of living has gone up to a point where Its pinch will be felt by everyone In tha rise in the. price otJbread. Tho "staff ot lite" tas lone up one cent a loaf. The eight loaves lor a can no longer' be price now is teu loaves for ?1.35, which means 1314 cents per loaf lusUrad ot cents as formerly. The price of ft single loaf over the counter will bo 15 cents. Whole North Amcrjt.m Contin- ent Is Shori According to Local. OH Man 'That is Ilie advice of tlin Imperial Oil Company, as given to their I.eth- lirirlgc ninniiger. C. S. Francis. Infer- iiiatiou given to Jlr. Francis slates j ileliiillcly that tho entire N'orth Amor- shortage In gasoline tad advises; consumption of gasoline for pleasti! purposes should bfi cut down to the minimum. Gasoline has advanced two cents a gallon in I.elhliridge will 10 preached to the North Lclhbrldge, jniled Church congregation, Sunday 11 a.m. During the past year this famous woman Kevivalisl has slraagcly slir- red throngs of people from Los Ang- eles to New York Oily. During the current moiilli she conducted a Lie .campaign In Dayton, Ohio. Men and women of all ages and classes are flocking to hear the old-time eospel as declared in a manner all her own More than three thousand converts art reported as a result of her campalgi of three weeks' duration at which meeting closed lust Sunday night. She, asserts that her last campaign has been the most won- derful in the manifestation of Divine power, in the way of a tremendous spiritual awakening, in the salvation of .souls, and (he healing of the sick. Many chronic and incurable diseases have been cured, she claims, the dunib coming in unable to uticr a sound, the prayer ot living faith, have given their testimony of healing, audible to the furtherest noint in the gallery, Mrs. McPherson, while only 29 years old, minces no words in .her at- tacks on the vices of the age: -She! will administer here the old-fashioned.'; gospel, yithout loliypops coated pills. Mrs. :McPherson pre-i diets thai Lethbridge'will have a realr heaven-born revival. During her campaign in New York City, while ad- dressing OK the average or peo- every afternoon nud evening she talked to a group of- reporters in the library of the Vuiiderbilt Hotel, tell- j ing Ihein Of how the. was. 'called of God to preach the gospel. When asked to tell why a woman should have the right to preach, Him remarkable wo-t Crinurml Assizes Open Tuesduj Justice Simmons Will Preside High River Reports Seeding Progress By Districts Thirty-one points In Southern Al- berta this morulug report till wheat In the ground. Crop reports were receiv- Carmangay 100 Champion 100 Klrkcaldy 100 Vulcan..... 100 Enslgu..... 100 Brant....... 100- Blackle Mazeppa Ktpp ed by' the Herald from fitly centres Monarch and the majority of the places where (Macleod seediug of wheat has not been finished Brocket will conclude nest wecki providing the weather allows them to work. Only one point reported damage from frost. This report wits received The civil sittings, o[ the Supreme Court will dote this (Saturday) after- noon, and the criminal assizes will open on Tuesday, with Mr. Justice Simmons presiding. The docket In the criminal court is not a very big one. Cowloy JlaymuiHl lhat of the Cardston hold-up in which the youths Scnnett Sherwood, Norman Pratl, and the teamster, Gco. Trlnlell, De are arraigned, as alleged, for compli- okoloks clly in the same. This is the case which a man from Saskatchewan on i Htgii fiivcr his way to the oil wells, with a cargo from High lliver. where high wiiid did Magralh some damage. The injury from frost Spring Coulee said to be slight. Coutts and t'ardslon Spring Coulee reported snow during Dunmore the week and rain fell m> every