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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn HRRAJLD SATURDAY, XOYEMBEIV 1, 1010 1 prow U a trite taring, and craTaius i -r Defiled; L-anaaa s fcetbbriboe Fighting Ground Scene [as tn city la which to work, the f idltloua better than. eUsirhere itllvrta 'V- PA1LY AND WEEKLY PrtJprUlort end Putlliheri THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 325 6th Street South, W. A. Bur.hsnan President and Micagius 'John Torrince Uusinejs Mmus cro? aro maitera jot rrjruaj- concern acd intrrett in [fioutbern Thai concern and 'interest have a claim In vbe cuse or ihe mare Iizrortatii crop, '.hat ot .yourf fcursanlijr in our raldst. j At lac time rtoral and IjOXDON, NOT. VoWbliorv in inuww wl1, ol Canijl- 'S ac to A lof moral urlfire Icaiure lhe Times as follows: Morality la fouekt to b? oti-1 .m ,ir ,fir j Tfcp fuluro w i is sun fear of Itj ,IV.-, Xo knows prvscai w! gurnet? e; c.Tecding. Tcese -or-al rJlouT llio lowu will rebuilt] r.cffjjai-j-, auj iho i t' All Is of Commercial Activity! Eat -Jsaw r.ho ilou Illile recount of UIB coi.- Ilif Belgian or ol (lie cost- 0( cxprcrrldlius him. j 11 ant lugi' srale isouM unpopular vrocoedlDfi. t ir nolnlni Is due lo Inlervenr, il iirolialilB or ;MO will TELEPHONES Buslnest Office ___ ___ Office PA ICKED UP IN ASSING THE BC1Y HAS Wooditook l.O.D.D. ratied by ts! dv (or Ihe Ix-oguc. on- Bruciwick will issue }2_000.- 000 ol fthort tena bouils In ping, and Heir back ID time to rntlk tea cows. WllIlamjoD, one of (ha but known farmers of West Oxford, died denly at M> hcrae .In Inscrtoll, I'.fcauu lie luililed a nxlldi to find out 1( an ilccbollc tank needed refill- Jts. McQIll. eg i-d 1C, loEl tali al (ilace Bay. Member Audit Bartsu ol Subscription Dally, delivered, per week .....5 la Dailr, delivered, Jior yt'ar Dsily, by mail, per year .......'ii.OO Weekly, Ly per year...... l.j.i by per ve-r 10 L'.S. iO? Tho new Yprcs it a plaee o( eslsm- Tony v. Uarnsrd, London, narrowly escaped dealh a faud pit In -which he -Iras irorklcg csved la aod. MaJ. Fred H. llaHI. s wfll-ttiovm nuritil liirn ui> lo Iho (lion and Yeleran, died al St. Jobu, A United Slates splonius which mafcpi fabrics [or tires Ed. BOQneau. Oi Monlmvl died at and about Landi, is looV- NV S.. from alcohol. lie (or a site. In Kltcheaer. niDg'. James Anderson, aged o: Toe colors ol thu 33rd UlttaUou MUII was killed In a wrack on were deposited In Paul's Citbcd- ih0 c.P.n.', cnuscj by the train hit- l- jral, London, Onl. 'attf near late. y or Insanitary, pear on Istel." Euc1' -f li I1IC-L5. 01 JUOUS UL Uinuii.- pt ..vuaf, Jiuncici ugij v: ui or cha-s-a-lwnca anJ i thai sulli him. One can only hopa lhat Tile hesdtiuarlrre or (lie j Lloyd Kinf. AnihorBt. N. S.. ctm' CBulteil "Fiiutlns J3lh" will be lo-; victcd ot killing LoMs Crossman, Imo war conlracls bohvcen Iho italo caled In London. iTldnlili, In a quarrel, wni aenleuwct to Iwouty years In Iho Denlteatiary. Capl. David Konsy, Blicei Harbor, I _ S.. who tor most of 111? llto follow-1 Hcillroad Brolherhoads riro planning I Ihe sea, dlci! nt Ihe aee or 101. on nr-sfa belore roads In the r.S. arc relumed lo SI. AniiteWs Presbyterian Chilrcii. have concluded Investigations nud deposited findtags. One of tbQ les of the now chamber when vencs l bo to tuko l ures necessary to obtain from f ir sums aniountlnE lo iQO.000.00D [runes. London, celebrated Ihtlr flflleli nu- comraUslonB say would nlversury In tho present cimrcti build- on Itieir ing. LOCAL FUEL SITUATION i Tie fuel s'luallDu in rlc ciiy :i! iht I prtgent lime In onn whicii for! reasonable alarm, h is time ibai' sbould lip ilore. before ijij i becomes vorse. The 'sltuailou bd-' .radi i comes tuore apprehensive, wilh the coil sirlSe In Ibe 1'nlted Elates fac- al- lion ol character at a pliant and ru-j and eMatnlncls. pnd ceiiiivc where flmone, the tumbled ieiiSJS ol j bricfcg .inil stono ;J.iul ers men c.igerly hammering -.uid buildlr.s to ini-rcase the. Lumber. I 11 uiusl be remembereil Ibil lunj I Belgian iieoulf. M R ivtiole. do not in i I the lecEt reiiliie whal Vpres means j Tin! end ol the I'.raud Trunk Koad Io Drlll'li and Dominions. It lliey In the worm of Strrping up evcrribiCE to commend Ins us, and the consequent rail on HI- ru readr, It appears, slrainrj vlio j once held by his battalion. AUcr the Dofse of the cars, ihe click of I glasses, and the laughter ot Uhrong Yprea It seemed good to be' nlone among desolr.Uou o! tlio Imperial Sen'ice Bonus To Be Discontinued By British icngpr wcro Injurcil when Iho ivas wrecked at Illdeau Statlof, KiogstOD. Fire which broke oul in the engine rcom did ?1 200 damage to Ihe Chest- nut Cansc Co.. building. Vre'lorkim.. X. B. Two street cars were badly dam- aged In A coll I a ton al but none of Iho passenser wtro seriously ujuretl. Tho InrKc [our-niafted schooner {Breakers, wlr'ch was tauncticJ at Yar- jmoulh, N. S., has been sola to a New Vorfe firm. A post r-ard written oVor (our yearn ago by the late Major C. E. Sale, lias lo Lt.-Col. A former aviator, an Illinoia lolt bis Loruc at D, flew Jewelers m Iho Thi> ffrni had branch at Ostend the Connans occupied the lowu in Oclobpr. 19H. The manager of the LONDON. NOT. the house ot commons yesterday the un- (or the colonies inionrr- ed Percy llurd pavcieol to ler's in respect to Inijierlal eer- sioro find his 5bot lilthetto seat to Canada, would three sales were blown np and their not conlinun aft6r October 31, but tho COIUCIHS taken. The natties of tlie oE-'question o[ continuing the imneriai licer.f reanonsible are said to be Ignara I service on several lines was under and Am. jconsltteratfon wilh (he Ginadtan gos'- Thfl for military Tlie untier-secretary added has been rcqutsted (o for of Hie officers. nation which bas to be met and fought with in all that lies within It, efforts of citizen? lo make Ihe fi. success cnnuot be too highly appraised. In Tolunleering their help they are string up tliTic hlch be more profitably and 'pleasnmbly spent, Jn this they show a Tine clti- !zen and national spirit -THE FARMERS' PARTY IN ONTARIO _______ In the selection oi B. C. Drury, in Uio the. reputation In lie is gener- j atlllude of Mra" the larmera or OnUrio sho 3talGd n eanh haidy (lowers covering tho lorn only parriftllr reflcrt the convulsions ot the years coatllct. Up there, ai any ivounds or war were oiorc tjiajj a to Lc casually appraised between an Aperill and lunch. The Belgian Itself Tery will K l has lo me reasonable proposals ID ihe way ot conserving ihe ruins and ol erecting memorials. It hag declared ihat the remains of the cloth hali, cathedral, and adjacent buildings win be left as they are. JSren so. ill payment to enable Router's to J meet tJie nclual ospentllLurc In send- ing nil ampilficl cable service to other pnrts of the empire hail been approv- ed till December SI. The total loss to tha EOT eminent fund-i involved in the Imperial service Kae. alter OctoDer 31. al the rate of a year, part of which was met by thn govemmcut Riul part by other British administrations In- terested. 160 milts to Chicago, did some suon- sales. A al NcTTOQrrj'. Pa., com- plained to thrj health officer that her ;pilihbor kapt a collection of 1C pel in his cellar. A N'eiv YorJr -TDUIOII who has been A Family of six on a A month pension, received word an uncla Ii6d Ictt her J50.000. prJsocers HamiUoir, Ohio, county Jail on the lop floor ot the new court house, Jiare been provided wilh rochlng chalrj. s In who can't purchase sugar are buying rock In drug Ihnu 1'c deprived of sugar in tea and coffee. Firemen In Hhiladelphla saj Ih.e racket of exploding oyster shells In a etoro Tire souutlcd like a machine- sun barrage. Three agents ol the DopartmenL ol Justico nnd two former agents were Indicted al New York charged itlth conspiracy to get inonoy from Itquoi dealers (or- "protection" in lllesn! MEN'S SHOES WITH CHARACTER t Are, what you find in our Etrclc. and this coupled a proper til is eircn by our salesmen how (itr baring all wIilthE and atrlea to from gitcs the.vrea.'cr results In sciTlco untl comfort LhaL cnn only be attained ID aloro conftnlng In toot wear, aleo specializing in Tool service. ...Our Prices Range from to a Pair ASK TO.BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W.'J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING New'Scale Demanded Was Be- K surc ,he GoTBrnmcnl wouid Op. tell. It has alloted to the Canadians tlie 5ame ls a ure-sup- certain files by tho Gate. It itlo Vlrdir dccs ,he ihas proBiise.1 a elte tor Jhe erection appear to hare mwto.a Lappj- not bI.inBins torwBnJ o[ e. Iea.Jer from one ol tneir own i [he ,Ion5l organization. Mr. Drury is B man I "whoao interests have cot been en- tirely confined to (be (arm. He fs he Is also kmmn as a Keenaijtitcd and j ofc E err ant man -who has taken an In- terest In (ha events and problems of the day- Such a man Includes the; particular te the aod In this _ reputation bfdi fair (o bo a Jn the -new responalbllUes he Vlll aa- aumc; Tbat (he ne? Leader of the Ontario farmers IB a man who has the courage o[ hla conylcttons Is shown ID the stand he took In regard to conscrip- tion, when he went down In the 1917 cleclloDj In his home rldlcg-, North for the Federal AS a nellerer and exponent of conscription, it-hick tho IEJUS at tbe ttme. lie Ii B man, accordingly, who knows There he elands asd this (s a quality "which conbls for much fa thft attri-: butes for leadership. The FannerB' Party In Ontario Is embarked on some very progressiTo leglslaUon. It Intends to lako in hand probltroB have hitherto only been mooted or but In of which, so far, there has been no practical more. Jn tact, in' approaching them, there might ho laid to be a degree of shyness from those fu authority. In the pniJcavor to bring about these- changes there -will he need of raach good guidance and eUtcsEaanshlp. in TpeetlDg these there do not appear to be flnj misgivings 93 to tho ablllty of Jlr. Drury. T whsn. ao ;smonni o( auc-nllon will bo needed her reatoR i II the walis and toirer ara to be rcr.I- agalul the weather. It lias Ihil .1 roUECiun shall iio erect- on IhD spoUvher, General Jlcrcler 1 remains CE the town 33 a memorial: yond Ability Dt Publishers To Meet SASKATOON. Xor. Al 12 o'clock Issl night the printers In the" three newspaper cilices and also all the j Joh prinXin? establishments ot ths city went on. sirikc. The new swlc demanded beyonii Hie of CHURCH NOTICES ability of the cinpla.vers to inset. Tins' [3 the break In many years of very pleasure relations bttwccn the bosses and employers. Saskatoon has lous been noiert THE JUVENILE LEADER CONFERENCE H Is better to lia led than driven 119 tne wiser of Ivro policies furnlshe? enough reason why Ihe Leadership Conference wnlch taXos place In tho city should create an Interest. H Is good for boy9 and girls (e be nwaro lint tiielr elrlera are laliiDg an Inter- ttl In tiera. It is good In the callonal Interest, and equally In tho community thai title should tie po. i Aa Ihe tTlg U bent so will the tree METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY The Largest L'fe Insurance Business in !he World. District Office 201 Sherlock Block Phone 335 Some Interesting Figures At.age 55 in case of business failure only one in ever recover. At age sixty-five, 95 per cent, o! all men are dependent financially. Ninelesn oul of twenty fail to provide for their old age or at tlieii death for their family. Thirty-live per cent, of Widows are in want while Ninety per cent, lack life's common comforts. Sixty-nine men out of 85 reach 65 without One Dollar. Eighty-nine men out of 100 leave no estate at Death. American Life Insurance has reduced pauperism 33 1-3 per cent, since I860. Only seven per cenl. oi the: estimated economic value of human life in America is covered by Life Insurance. The need for Protection today is greater than ever. Have you your Income Insured? Are you saving for your old ago? Our Agents, F. A, DENTON, F, A. FISHER, T. R. GURR and J. C. HANRAHAN are ready lo give you' advice on these mailers al any lime you may have at your disposal. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'3 AND ST. CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED Scrriccs during tfis month of Octab- tr be held' in St. Cyprian's Churcli- Ce.'Pbr.tllo.i of Holy Communion al S I.DI. and following the 11 o'clock serrlcc. Morning Service, 11 o.m. Sunday School. 3 Evcntmr Scrrlec, 7.30 p.m. rtev, Murrell-Wrlght ST. MARY'S CHURCH. NORTH LETHBRIDCE Corner 6th Ave. and 12lh St. C. Ncrlli Rev. Stanley C. Ripper 517 12th St. A. N6rth Matins, 11 a.m. fivonsnnB, 7.19 Archdoacon irlll preach in evening, weallior permitting. Sunday School. 3 p.m., In church. A'lull Bible Class, 3 p.m. In I'arlsh Hall. Toy Scouts, Monday, S p.m., (n Unity Hall. Olrl Guides, Monrlny. 8 p.m., in Parish Hall. WoK Cnlis. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., In Unity Hall. Women's Auxiliary Monday, 3 p.m., In I'arlsh Hall. Choir Practice, Friday, S pm. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. e. Cngg. B. Pa j tor. .Residence 320 llth Bt 9. Phono: Wt, Church Study ClaudB Hughei, L.A.E., Mm. Director 10.30: Communion Sen'lcc, i'lcase note chanKe of hour ]UEL for the Communion Service. 7.30 Bvenlns Service, rter. (v. Gal. loway, secretary for tho rtcllgicius Education of tch Jlclhodlsl Churcli. preach. PRESRVTER1AN Knoi Church Cornir 4lh Ave, and 8th Street 5. A, H. Oenc-on, Ftllnlater. C, F. Lavlonj oraanTit and choir Momir.g, 11 B. R JIac lean wlU Epoak, Bi'CninB, 1.30: Capl. llutchlnson wll speak. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Dcglnncn Class. 11 a.m.: Service, 12.15. Dig Sisters. 2 p.m.: nix Brothers. 1Z.I5: Sunday School and UiHc Class- 4 p.m.." Chinese Class, cj. '7.S9 p.m. Evciring Service. CHKISTMN 9CIENCB CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7lh street 3. at 11 a.m. Subject: "Everlasting Punishment.1 Sunday School convcnM at Iho clou of the fiundfiy. morning serrlco, bvgnlnOr Tejttmouj mMt (nit al 8 p.m. Cti0 rcarlfng room IK open datrf ox- ecpt Eunoaya and holiday, from I T> to 5 Iho and ChrlBdan HcfcnCo literature mar be read, borrowed or purehatea. Ths Dubllc l< cordlMir InTltod lit al- tend tho church scrvlcst. ilio lo ll the Tcadfnf room. NOTICE Mlnitteis are reminded lliat church notices ihouM he hanrt- cd in Ijcforo o'clncl; VrMr.y In cnnuro InRC'rliori, ?a this page KOGS to early Rst- rirday mornlnff. BAPTIST First Daplial Church Corner Sill Slreat and 3rd Ave. S. Rev F, Dafoe, B.A., Pastor Mr. B. Jones, ot Choir Services at 11 a.m.: RCT.W. K. f.sil- loway. of tlie r'orivard Slovcmcnt Leadership Confcrcmo Vlll pfrach. Sunday School and IJlble Class al 12.15. Evening Sorvtcc at 7.30. Subject: "A Voice tlis Cross." Communion of tho Supper at Iho close .of Ihe tvcntng service. Song Service al 7 16. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NOUTII LETHBKIDGB Rav. E, J. 1271 6th Ave, H. i.A., Paitor Phono 1659 "Choir Ltader, F- Jackson. t 10 p..m Junlor'riioif practice. 10 a.m.. Voyt' Ucpl. ot tha Sunday School lo Ihe Hall. 11 a.m.: The pastor preach, 2 o'clock. and Primary ilc- ol llio Sunday School lo Iho Hall. 2 o'clnck, Olrl.i' Dopl. ol Ihe School In (lie Church. 3.1P, Adult o( Ihe S, S. In tho Church! Song Service. 7.30: Hev. (i. 11. Jlclicari. secrclar) for Sunday Schools anrl Ytji PtOflo'i work at itio 7'rosbjiflrian 'f Church ivill rfesch. Christian Church Oliver L. Curtic, Psiler Oar. iit and Hh St. 9, Sunday School. Mr. F. Noel; Btiperintenrlcnl. Preaching, 11.30: One of the men from the Boys' Conference will til' the pulpit. Christian Endeavor, C.45. Mr. Nock leader. Kvcnlng Service, 7.30: Mr. Curllt reporl of Ihe Cinclnnall ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., 6lh 3traet fj, Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study. Sundays, p.m.: nlble Study, Wcdneidl.ys, p.m.: Bible followed by rraisf, prnycr nod li-j- timony intcllng. Al! Welcome. No Collegian PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION SOS 13th Street North Sunday Scnlcr.s; Morning, 11 o'clock; Evening, 7.15, Tuesday p.nr1. Thursday nt 8 o'clock Everybody, SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrr C.O, Special SaWatlon Army aervlcea will ho coaduclecl all dfty tomorrow by Ailjulant null llrs. Jnhnslonc. An nounfomcnt of Ihe procecdlngB ot ttio Young Pcople'fl lo lield tn Ihfs clly In tVoTcrubco will be nindc liy tho AdJiJtAiil. Special singing anil music liy Ihe ;