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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -I TUESDAY, N07EMBER 2, 1.920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL-X MKKALD PAGE THIRTEEN J-A. TL if A" On The Mat Then Blamed Attitude Severely Scored By Pastor the conclusion ol a sermon on tho subject of "Are there hypocrites In the Church and good people outside the Church 1" Rev. Dr, J. B. Hughjon, In First" :JIelhodlsl Church tonight, 'a matter which, ho said, iras a painful one to him. tyurlDg. the -weei ho- hau re- ceived M'unsigned letter In which the writer stated that went to First" Melnodlit "church last Sunday, i. When 4caviDg the' church, the letter stated, tieeo young women were, woman, j who is "with; ihyjnt loathe occup.ieid my' seat" uefter bau them thereupon the Indig- nant allogetl :to have said: "Theii It'Is the usher's "fault." "I don't lady Dr. ,Huch'sog.'jiind, ..what is ifbn't-wantftdv But alii .can as 1 can updo :hard preaching. The tnie Church" :opoa to all. If 'slrajgers.are-not welcomed GIRLS WERE KICKING NATIONAL WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHJ? Millions Lost In Cancelling Can, Northern Contract MON'TflEAU Nov. Tlie xxiteil ol lie- Way. saciack; Pulp aria Paper company announced at the we-ekend'when -jSyecial ciriilarlo shareholders was sent out by the company. Tec circular, tie attention ot tiio shareholders lo a social mcellug scheduled f jr 9 to paes upon plans- to. lucres a the shares of, each to shares ol iio .paf, 'value, to give each shareholder "new shares ot stock for oue.ct a54r.i'0 otter. shares ratably to and to hold sharas'.iiu the treasury for possible futarojiiegds. The also be afled to ratify a the com- y to head office from In Brooklyn Kagie. in thts'.church, then I'.am.opposed to rontflrt ROBBED CASHIER AND ''vGAVE FIRST AID TO WIFE FAINTED bandits carls; today forced the cashier ot the hank.; at Alvordtoh, Olito, In Williams county, to set "out ot hod, unlock tho safo anil turn over to them In cash land 5500 in Uberty. honds. They gave first aid t6i his wife, .who i fainted when they forced ,en- trance to the cashier's home. "UP IN THE CHURCH ranged -Is a menace to the morals of the said City Attorney THE SCHOOL BOYS In'casting around for a reason for the excessive. number ot failures among the public and high school students at the midsummer examina- tions, the Edmonton Journal says a few teachera'and some parents hit on th.e idea that thfr Y. M. C. A. was to and: propounded the" idea fhat lue cumiuuuuy, iam Auuruey Forby, who ordered tho'raid and who Sevpursuit of physical attainments and the zest with which the boys TORV SENATOR PRAISES FARMER GOVERNMENT Although I am a and I have been a Hfe- girls, between 16-and IS yean old, wfera lying en their backs kicking, their heels In. the air, and a-doieni men either were praying or watching the girls when police raided a church known as the "monkey house" in Zion City last night. i. Seven long-haired "prophets" and a tbort-balred negro woman were arrest- ed and released under 1100 bonds In each 'case: -Meanwhile, seven pretty girls indignantly are protesting to city and county ofuclals against tho arrest ot their "prophets" aid The church is an 'offshoot of the Holy Hollers and the services consist will prosecute the leaders of the sect Tuesday. DOCTOR MADE HEIR FORTUNE OF OLD MAN HE THOUGHT WAS POOR 1 want lo say that! of lying and rolling on the floor, moan- no Oqverhmahl heretofore has plowed Ing, tearing at one's hair and unearth- n.straighlerior: truer lurrow than ly The' adherents of the become possessed of present" Ontario Government." I church, 'hii by the "bi To'all appearances, the feeble octo- genarian died practically pauper, the Thii by the "boly ghost" after-theso antics Senator George Lynch-Staunton, K. have continued long enough, a will was found In the cot- C. at eigUlh annual religion that causes tagel It disclosod Chappell had an tho.pnlario '.Plowmen's Association, girl's HO.: trance and Ho'on estate worth J20.000.' All ot that In enter into the activities ot the boys attention k ot the parliament, had-detracted from the wor That the people ot Manitoba arc losers to ths ostrat of st least a year i by reason of federal interference with the Canadian North- ern contract, was the opinion pressed by iron. Robert Rogers, cx- mlnlster of public works. SPANISH CRAZE IN OLD LONDON LONDON, Mail) society, craze for things Spanish seems to be Imminent In "England. TKO Spanish plays are running la London aufl Spanish singers aml'dantv ets. are In great demand. Many 1 fashionable women are wear- Ing the high and one sees tentative attempts at the hiantllla, or mantilla "et- fccla. All new fashlonihle dances are said to show dis- tinct leanings toward Sptnlsh Asks Britain To Frown On Plot Interpretatlou. LONDON', Nov. haTi been asied ol Britain by the Russlaa soviet authorities that she Trill not countenance tho military aetlTlUea ol Generals Petlura and Salaiofitch, the i anil-soviet commanders -whose con- tinued hostilities agalust the Bol- sharik after the conclusion of-peace -with Poland, U causing trouble. The request cnme through Gregory Kratsln, soviet representative in' Lon- ORIENTALS AS NURSES Orientals should be permitted to taka advantage of the nurses' training course at ths Vancouver General was a tiuestfon. whlcn1 receiveil tho earnest attention of at the monthly board meeting last night. The director ot.nurses Bought the board's opinion, and It was reported that the 'city solicitor, Then lia'd stated that there was nothing in the sltidenis." An-iiiyestlgatlon followed ahd'a comparison of the lists ot those 'by-laws against' such an innovation. who had'pas3e'a: and also who tad Several motions w.ere proposed and an Count Of Flanders May Become King Greeks! throne of Greece rjaay bo offered .to'Prince Leo- pold, the second son according to the Petit'Parlsion.: Tho newspaper says that the reply Paul ot Greece to the Greek'government's o3er of the thronelo him will be declined If Prem- ier Ve.jil5elps plains power, which Is co.risider.ea1 According' to the'newspaper, the king of Belgium declined a similar of- fer frpni Hungary several, months ago on behalf of tho count of Flanders. don, -who yesterday handed a note to the British government complaining that despite the Polish armistice the forces of the tvro generals named'wore continuing attacks on soviet Rasala, nith the assistance, the note alleged, ot the entente- powers. The note-' that'Britain make it plain that she would not Eire her approval to these forces tfce bloodshed. failed, was made with tho boys' mem- jbership list at the.Y. M. C. A. The conclusion arrived at from a study WEDWOOD .CITY, L. ot the figures ysvas that 95 per cent. Hoss Is richer by today be- ol the wrio had attended classes' cause he was-kind to an aged man, at the Association building regularly whom he believed to Le penniless. .William Chappell, originally from England, SO years old, and without board figures show that in some -oto and 'cent. Dri Ross had cared for him up to the j The following of the tour-fold "Y" moment of his just as the phy- programme had made'the boys'better sician had -attended to -Sirs. Chappell in her last illness soine years ago. (had passed'their'school examination's with flying colors, while the school j amendment was finally adopted lear- iug tho question for the next meet- ing, by which tima recommendations will have been received from tlie. di- rector of nurses and the' superintend- ent, Dr. MacBachern, who is at .'pres- ent-in the East. BAKERS GET MORE PAY NEW YORK, Nov. union bakers "who .went on strike in Brooklyn today' demanding a flat weekly increase of'six dollars reported today that nearly all shop, owners had acceded to the'demandB and less than 300 workmen.were Idje. CHARLIE IS SO MUCH _ IN LOVE WITH HIS FEET HE CAN SEE NOTHINQ ELSE It you want to be a don't hitch your to a star. t Thla tip was handed out by Charlie Chaplin's mother-in-law, en route to LOB Angeles with Mildred Uarrii, Charley's wife. Mrs. Chaplin refused to dlscnss'her domestic troubles, but her mother had a few things to say. "The trouble witu Charley is that he's so much In lore with. feet that he can't Bee anything alia said. "I have just one bit ot adTice for trusting young girls, 'don't flitch, your wagon' to a star.'" The Stewart gorertment faess tie possibility ot amending Liquor Act to proTlde for government coo- trol of liquor in Alberta, and ,theB fighting an election on till lun, In the opinion of opporiUoa member of the legudatort ,trom Glelchen. relatives or friends, died In his IIttlo grades the'percentage who wrote cottage In Menlo Park last Sunday. :'nassed wa's ;as'1ow as 75 per heldjiri Connaught Hotel'.! the their clothing dlsar- gave to his benefactor. The ordinary every-day life of most women is a ceaseless treadmill of work. How much harder the .tasks become when some derange- ment peculiar to her sex makes every movement painful, and keeps the nervous system all unstrung until life seems hardly-worth living. Every women in this condition should profit by the experience of these two women whose letters follow. Read the Experience of These, Two Women For three rears I differed nntold agony each month pting in my side. I found only tcnponrr relief-in doctor's medicirm or anything elae I took until my hus- tand and I taw KB. advertisement of If da. E. Pinkham'g Vegetable Com- pemtd: I mentioned it to a neighbor ibe told me she hud taken it trith food twnlts, tod advised me to try It. I then hi bed part ofthetimc.and my doctor I would have tote opor. fttod we decided to try the Vege- table I also used Xydia r X. Knlham's Sanalrve Waah. I ftin a dressmaker ab'.s to go work, do my hovwDwork You welcome' to Use this letter M a testimonial as I am ahmya g, infliun mation, pains .in the aide and back which were so sharp that they pulltd me to my knees, and I oould not walk. I had an operation and ntUl I m'tlie eight years I guffcred I had font dootors and none helped me. My 'mother-in-law advised me to taka Lydia E. Pinkham'i Compenad. I was then la bed, and alter the ftrat bottlo T. could be out of bed, them I .tookVogctabte aad Lydia R PinkhMn's Blood Medicine and abo used the Sanative Wash- I still take thfl medicine and am able DOW to do my own hougework. My friends say, I bnt jou look do you do? Afho 13 your doctor T' And there is.only amwer. 'Lydia E. Pink- ham's medicines which I gladly recom- Wit Sims, KODcoclat Btreet, Reading, Ft. glsd to jpoak a word for four me dicine." W. M, narver SL, jnomuiuc, JTK< Texas. Ailing Women Should Not Insist Upon tudents than their classmates who, ere not in the Y. M. C. A. "I EAGUE OF NATIONS -KEEP HORSES Sepi: (By be practice horses .iiilo the ll-rlhg'to b'a'Jmulilated and tortured1 maddened bulls .without a chance -'escape or- opportunity to avoid at- cK is denounced by Raman Gomez la iff'ta Tribuna. The writ-'; argues that thehorso suffers agony ora the tims he. enters tho ring indfoldefl, for he scents the bull tiich lie cannot see and trembles and ersnlres with fear. Senor do la-Seriia that such method fritting a horse to death unworthy of human dignity and elt-esieemjif Jia'.'ileclares some1 bnll- jblers feel that such cnielty is un- :cessiry and- one of -jharfj.- Minuto, en invented" armored 'protection for e- picadors' although this roved fiitllb. as the' infuriated bull ways found a weak ...sipt in the-, uirass. The author concludes that the eaaue of Nations would have, done elLto have-taken the matter' up. LANS BUNGALOW WHEELS1 TO FOOL HIGH COST OF'COAL i n'de.r .construction Staten slaud" resident and' in- abilant of claimed to be he'la'iest device foi'-tfoatlng th'e-high ost of building and railway trans- 1 ortatlon. t William Ward, designer of the "roll- ng consisting of a living room. ath and kitchen, figured it would be heaper to equip and tow his puiohold, intact, by; automobile to where we shall'not than p ship his effects by train. 00 YEAR OLD HOUSE DAMAGED BY FIRE MONTREAL, NOV. Over two uindred 'years bid e.nd dating back to he days of the French regime, a louse now cut np, into" shops and wellings and numbered 94-100 Notre )nmo street tiast, this city, was sev- erely rfamsECil by (Ire last night. Tho amagc was partly covered by Insur- ance. i secretary of North-West Grain Dealers' Association Matthew Snow has Wen an adjust or between elector lomiiSnlcs nnd fanhPr1? for many jearg qe erf ti the (aplcilrjwben (J 0 tai was wiKjiOuiii fthrl eter since ftoard of urain Cromniatloifern the ttlicntlon of toe ufiltl Atthp him ran (Inuod tho Msftt lit tie holm dealers dps- betneyi oompin and sjionld be regulated to limb1" d torgoltrn things TL i. C 1 1 he Big Discount bale Continues AH This Week We are very busy selling Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Fun, and Fancy'Waists. Cut Prices At This Store Mean a Big Saving to the Buyer COME IN WHILE THE SALE IS ON and select anything you may re- quire for the winter wear. We are quoting January Sale prices, right now at the beginning "of you the WOMEN'S PLUSH COATS WOMEN'S FUR TRIMMED COATS WOMEN'S ALL CLOTH COATS MISSES' CLOTH COATS fcWOMEN'S JERSEY CLOTH DRESSES WOMEN'S DUCHESS SATIN DRESSES WOMEN'S TAFFETA SILK DRESSES WOMEN'S GEORGETTE DRESSES WOMEN'S TRICOLETTE DRESSES WOMEN'S SERGE DRESSES WOMEN'S TRICOTINE DRESSES GIRLS' SERGE AND FANCY. DRESSES WOMEN'S GEORGETTE WAISTS WOMEN'S CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS WOMEN'S WHITE VOILE WAISTS WOMEN'S SERGE SKIRTS WOMEN'S TWEED SKIRTS WOMEN'S SILK SKIRTS WOMEN'S WOOL SWEATERS GIRLS' WOOL SWEATERS WOMEN'S SILK PETTICOATS WOMEN'S MOREEN PETTICOATS WOMEN'S HEATHER BLOOM PETTICOATS .Piece SHks, fine wool Dress Goods, Corsets, Silk Underwear, Down Quilts, Cotton Filled Quilts, Pillows, Pure Wool Blankets, and Curtains by the'pair. BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS ALL THIS WEEK. j Th6 Simpson Go. Limited ;