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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKE.HiDGtt uATI.Y KB PAGENTNK bUity which the British Empire, lock on itself In' the salvation of men anil nations. It felt at that conference that, the military "resources and diplo- matic resources bag bean exhausted iu Mar. T'uere WE? iua .imoat hopeless outlook gi._iruat the world owe to. The eullook wai dark; mukind had to The state ol the world to wone than tht list. Thin the ol the Borrows oCtte 'war. with the of looking ii If they were to St. Augostin'.s Hfard Plea for Forward Movement on Sunday Rlo'rning. It forceful, eloquent and persoas- (ve manner Cahon Gould, of Toronto, brought before lae' congregation of Si. AnjiKilln's, Sunday mental _Ecrvlce. side of the For- ward .'Movement-; The sermon vai Witt of the seeneJ .ID Swlturland and whlokmhey.iearaed dlrtae had visited, be there cane mshlog to the .en of MU.fc.ne.. the, .at. In conference, the utraordLuuy respon.- albUltir that ntted on their race, ani with It the great claims carried !u the Forward UoTement were Immediate- ly rscocnlMd. To' Manned Operators Of A Joir.t Must Pay Fine nM made by Detectives Wallil and Egan, on Saturday night, on Above all' tilings, and paAlenlarty today, tbn church dtptn'ded on 'Tliere wu need of that "llcht to lighten tto'GeaOlea." We have to paid to the Tary great majority of oar clergy in aoih wonid be. spurned eren br those whom call working men. The church' to do tls doty efficiently baa to be delegates assembled at elr disposal the by. ibAeau rich of the' city j As these peek's faded from sight" in the gathering .twilight, with the contracting of the -intervening distance, there stood out )alonc.visible the peak of Mont Dlanci ys, njanlle'pf pointing linger of Providence heaven- the-source of salvation from 'the great upheaval ,.into-which tha .world had been'thrown "In the turmoil :o( the Great War. like Iho "while'light There It stood of tho world af- .tcr the mguhtaln peaks ot trouble had disappeared, "alone In Its. grandeur, UlurnlnntlDf and Inspiring, telling fig- urallvely.-'whero lay the means where- by the world's, unrest and confusion can be alloyed and remedied. Responsibility; of British-Race At [he Geneva Conference were 'delegates fro'ni all nations' when Jt camo Jo views 'expressed for -the religious benefit or Iho world as efficiently. All we offer look and tbese ,he' broufht to bear on the Vubjbcf which; he. ably presented. Ha the minlBlera pt the church -is a life Sad thirteen years In of self-denial, with nothing to tine, and was of ijielwp Qiq'ada attended the ecclep .lastlcil' confefencdV'jaEC held In 'Gen- eva. With singular _' appropriateness .tho Canon painted to his hearers the view o! the Alpine peaks which In all their majesty were spread open to the resulted In the arrest of the owner, Qeorte Paskal, and four others for guibUng. Paakal as keeiier ot Iho Joint fined }50 wltn costs by Magistrate Irwln on Monday, and (ho four freiiuenten-f 10 each with costs. Iu the eame court W. H. Terrlfer and L. Tvete were fined each costs for being Intoxicated In a public and W. Johnson !he amount for disorderly conduct: FLOOD MARKET WITH GERMAN ENAMEL WARE OTTAWA; Is there shortly will be an endeavor fo flood.the world's markets with cheap NOT, not Improbable that STAHVTN.d CJUEHEC.', Canadhio I'ress.jf-Farther Informutlou regard: ing the Uontcnegro has been received here by 1. Eugene Corrlveau, consul-general for that country. Iu Canjdt, The latest Ij t uart of a report iiiade to the Ameri- can embassy In Rome by Edward S. Arnold, a who wis sent lo er, lie It In the material or In the spir- itual Held, has t'n look forward to. This was the case with the big major- ity In the Anglican Church as'com- pared with" the'very few who held whal may be called good posit lona. Amongst the objects of the Forward Movement.this was a worthy one-, to offer Ute poorly paid servants ot Iho church, who had.given years ot lite In clerical framing- to fit them for their duties, something' to look for- ward to after service lo Christ when ambitions grpw dim, BO.that at leaet they might hate that rest In comfort lo which they are' 'entitled.' A Capital Fund church seeded a capital drftw orr'for'carrylng on There was no such thing today. When the cxecu'tfve, headed by tho Primate of Canada, met'taTconsider plans for Increasing tba" usefulness. of the church .Inert wern1 no''financial re- sources to hand to'carry these on. It meant'an appeal, to the quoting from the Export ette. Leading maiyjfat'larers of Ger- many have formed a union and agreed to a general lowering of prices for ei- port trade. coudl- llons He says 'In part: The Montenegrin has almost noth- ing to eat; the products ot the coun- try are Dot auffiflcnt for the consump- tion of the population; HrJag Is vary difficult and unbearable. The Monte- negrins live In continual fear of re- prisals which can be explained by the fact that a great: number of Monte- negrins have taken refuge in the mountains. to wage war on tho Jugo- Slavlc government, which Is consider- ed as the usurper by (ne natives, and having hothhjg In common with the Kill of the people. The eicesses com mltted on the Montenegrin families fill. the hardest --.hearts, with horror and'fear, Whiting, head of tho Can adlah Red Cross mission. has visited the most demolished region ol France and -Belgium considers the Jlontengrln- situation as the worst In Europe." FORT WILLIAM ALDERMAN LOST LIFE IN DROWNING FORT WlhLIAM, Nov. 10 this morning the body of Alder- man D. A. Gordon, who was drowned last night when his launch fouled a sand scow In-the Mission river, was recovered and early this.-afteruooni the body of'the.other sjapjey Winlermulei of'Sf. was found by tho police. who are'free lo their services without being illsira'cied'.aa how.1 to live now live'when thefr powers for work: to carry on the church's present and fut- ure obligation to our, Indiana and Ks- klmbs for whom we are'responsible, to.create a cenfraj fund'for carrying pebpfe. This handicap-. waa sought to out the church's missiohrln'tho need I be '-ihe whole, it came from the British dele- Ing-. the chnrch rempTed by, the' Forwarl. More- -iheht. It was fqr.the pnirposeL of mak- and emphaElcing the responsl- force; to bring to Its service able men ibal is universally lelt.tliat mission Is essential-, to bring to the world" the true realization of that Victory- for which wo have fought." Aeropl ane Submarine Prices at Is Wbit you you al THAtLL'S SALE; Why'pay -big prices for your tuit or overcoat (or anything in men's wear) when you can buy good as there is made at A REAL BARGAIN? MEN'S SUITS High grade tailored garments throughout', 'guaranteed to re- [Rln-tlieir shape. Keg-' J10.00 Sfilc lies. ?45.00 Sale frOO n'jn iHeg, 560.00 OVERCQATS Tlie liost values you will run across in a fnbntb'B travel. ltcg.: J35.00 Coat neg. Coal- Sale lleg. ffS.CO Bale Reg. Hpfi. fsb.OO Said nn .UU Wp' have -alrnoti ivefy style' In, laracye, pullover, sweaters and coal both plain qnd vice combination colors.'. KcEular Ofk Sale Regular J7.5p-' Bale llegillar f Sale Regular Sale .T. .r- ;'ii.- Sale nn .UU MEN'S UTILITY COATS That good heavy tweed rub. borlzed raincoat -for all wea- thor. llogular 'salo Hegilla Hegular' 'Sale ricgillnr Sale IflEN'S The best value you..wlli find anywhere. tPure woql.cloths In neat "patterns: ;filtere. ReBula'r Sale----.., Regular MEN'S FUR COATS Black dogskin and china beaver. A real wana coJit for bard wear- Regular Salo...... ,-T Recular Sale........ Ml FUR CAPS Iu rat and Hudson Seal, dif- ferent styles. Regular- Sale Regular gale........ MEN'S WORK PANTS Heavy grey inoleBkln. A real serviceable pant. Regular 4ft MEN'S GLOVES Orey and brown Mocha.-wool lined. Regular .Sale......... Hegular Regular Sale BJgular fiA .5U IMITATION FUR MITTS Good hlg roomy gauntlet, rulj- bor interlined, horsoiildo face. Regular (Jo on Salo Ilcgular Sale......... COMBINATION OVERALLS Heavy1 khaki drill, Bood fit- ters. Regular Jfi.60. Ap or Sale, aull PANTS .Good qnalUlee In nice strive worsteds 'and plain blue grey.'. Sale, jialr Regular Sale, pair Regular Sale, pair Hegular Sale, p.iir and ft A 47 CO JtQ flfl ..iJS.wU OC 1 1 FLEECE LINED COMBINATIONS Regular Penman's price 54.00. suit make.' Sale, nn FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS In Btrlpe and plain Ilegnlar ?3.BO. Sale, 6n -I r each FINE ALL WOOL FLAT KNIT COMBINATIONS Do not shrink. Reg. J7.60. Sale, suit STANFIELD'S HEAVY RIBBED SHIRTS Keg. tVf- 4 n Sale, MEN'S WORK SOX. The lieet good wool soi, Regular Salo, pair Hegular 75c Salo, 'pair Regular 60c 'Sale, 3 pairs or ODC nn CASHMERE AND LISLE HOSE Regular Sale, pair Hegu'inr Sale, p.lir Regular Sale, pair 1.20 pn OUC Regular 1 nn Sale, 3 pairs STH FRED THAELL STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE GHAIN''IN STORE SHOWS BIG INCREASE OTTAWA, Oct. Canadian of grain In-stori at the different public elevator: throughout Canada have Increased bj bushels -In. wheat, oats bar ley and flax for. the week endinj October compared wllh the previous week, according to tlic port of the Dominion bureau of sta- llstlcs. Insrcescs are shown ol; i Wheat, oats, bar-! ley, bushels.' Rye-Indicated an Increase of bushels. Inspections for tho week end-. Ing October 21 were S.4JO cars against for" the .previous ivcc-lv. iiimnmummumiu AID'S BRITISH CONSOLS A blend of fine Tobaccos formenwlio smoke thebest Pound tins People's Forum GOVERNMENT CONTROL Editor Herald. Sir: A number of comments-and opinions have appeared In the news- papers on.' tne'-Teaull of the liquor most' of which are the comments and pplnkms the active workers In camaign, some appear-to be satisfied with the re- sult, while 'others express disappoint- ment at the. small-majority which they are able to show.- I do not wish my remarks to be'taken in the spirit ot criticism In Tvhlch the Social Service League conducted tho 'campaign, but Ildo'bellevo If they had made known thelfVreal object earlier .in the lhat there would have been an 'overwhelming fqajorlt) of "Yea" voles It IE'unfortunate that this matter wag.'vefy.likely, over looker until near'ihe close of the cam palgn. In Pijdayjs Issue, Oct. 22nd. of Ihe the.-League made the objecVbf their campaign clear In their which advocated provincial and sale of all Intoxicants in scaled pack- nges, at fair 'Ifrlpei; When our pro- vincial, leglslaluro' the Social Service League will, no-doubt, Insfst that it enact such liquor legislation, and ihelr Insistence will'have the solid backlun of practically the whole people- of the province, who are In favor of sano and practical liquor lec- lislallon. While It Is unfortunate thnt the Soc- ial Service League did not'make their position on the Ilc.u6r question clear until late In the-campaign, It is for- tunate that they did hot overlook that important pirl entirely, otherwise, the majority of vptcs cast, no doubt, would have "been 'the. oilier side. ,.Yours truly; r H. CALVIN. HAD ENOUGH :Oakland, Jloorc, negro boxer, the other night slopped an ava- lanche ot gloves before fa. wicked Mow flattened 'him. "Get up, or no warned the referee. "Don't need money that Ee'nny from News. To Be Troubled mon The Cause of Many Ills If you do not reel well and BO to your family physician, one of tbe first things he will do Is "ask you to hold out your tongue. Tlie reason (or this la (fiat the comllLlim of (lie tongue the condition of the- stomach and bowels. If you nllow your bowels to become constipated have bilious at- tacks, sick coated tongue, loul breath, henrtlnirn, water br.ish, i etc., and those troublesome piles, wlilch cause so much nnnoyancc nnd misery. Keen your lioivels Amoving regular-1 ly and you won't, ho'sick, i In Mllburn's Laxn-Llver Tills you I will find Juet.Ihn remedy you require' for this purpose. They are purely vegetable nnd do not gripe, weaken' or sicken. I Mr. .Ina. S. Harris, Box 934, Hall-1 fox, N.S., two years I Buffered with constipation. 1 coultl hot get Anything to, cure nip, and hardly anything would glva me even Orib day my uncle Induced mo to try Mlllmrn'a Mvcr, Pills, and even linmgfil mo a vial, '.f tried' them wllhoul much faith, but I lolmd they, wore do- ing me gobili Anil alter using the sec- ond vlil: 1 >ns relieved nf my trou- I illllmrrj'fl LAXA-Mver PlilB aro 25c n vinl ai all dealers, or nulled direct j on receipt of price- Tho T. Mjl-l burn Co, Limited, Toronto, Onl.- Adrt. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME CAN ADA'6 BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 'S VOICE NOVEMBER RECORDS Out To-day, is a choice selection ol the latwt aucccfises >n this splendid list 01 new records, Tvhich will be welcome in ci-ery home where there is a talking- machine. 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