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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEBR1TIGE BAIL? HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1920 Winnipeg Pays Honor To Her Soldier Sons pr. Berry Refuses to Approve Services Being Conducted in Philadelphia Joseph ttnr. hea4 of tte Methodist Kpisco- jal church for the Philadelphia dis- trict, has refused'to sanction officially the work being carried on by Mrs. Almee Scmple a youns faith healer from Los Angeles, who ie conducting'evangelistic meetings lit 1 the C, C.. Hancock Merrtoris! Metho-' aist church'and.'to whom miraculous' cures have ieenascrihed. "My duties are such that.I have not attended any ol.the meetings and; probaWjv stall-not be able to do so." Esld Berry. "As .1 have bad confilciliig.reporls from Ihose lave meeting! am us-j eh! a to reach'-any conclusion." "la Justice to all concerned I am compelled to remain silent. Pastors of churches where Mrs. TJcPherson lias worked tell me that while results at first'seemed to bo-wonderful, al- most miraculous, after somo timo thera were no permanent benefits to the individual or the church. There- fore, the: church authorities are as- Earning no ressonsibillty whatsoever for this healing meeting." Mrs. SIcPuereou. has preached every evening'at evangelistic meetings, and oh Thursday night she had a "healing service" exhibiting.marvelous powers in hringlni; relief to the deaf, the dumb and the blind. Most ot the men and women who were "cured" attended a testimony service' in Hancock church later and all reported: good progress. Several went without .the crutches or canes which, they had used the day before. tha ladder and ell ready for taa' o'clock.- But ut the laet mo- ment tho poet lost his nerve. And it hapne-ued-, that a .notorious criminal, 'called "Th'e Hawk." was beicg pur- sued, In too neighborhood by deteo- ''refuge iradfr the .elopins miss' ..wiiujptv Just.ln, Uiuo. to catch her- boj end other valu- ables that ,'sho tossed down' to lier (fYom a Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Nov The wea theriero has been'uuit" cold" toe past .v. some Threshing is mostly there still re main :'a few pteoes 'of flar yet to thrash'. .There secmE.-to shortage ot coal at this point which' (a causing come anxiety among farmers and other citizens during the cold spell. ;The home of Sir. and Mrs. J. Jochera was made tha a very pretty entertainment on Friday eTenlrj'g, when they were made host and hos- tess tho young people, ot Milk River in honor of their 1 tliss Evelyn Jochem. daughter, Their, modern and spacious-home Photo shows two busters Eouaclins; tho last post at tho conclusion of a memorial service held on Armistice Day iu Winnipeg, at the foot of the cenotaph In the centre of the city. In tins photo aro shown, behind the buglers, left to right: Mayor Gray, Winnipeg: Premier T.'C. Nurrlsj'Man., ahiS ou tha eitremo right Lleut.-Governor Aikens, Handing at salute, .who conducted ceremony. INDEED THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG HALIFAX, Nov. costs more lo ship fruit from the Anapolts Valley to Sydney, C. B., a distance of just ovar 200 mUes than it does from On- tario to. the same point, more than 300 miles, Nova Scotia fruit farmers told tho .Hallway Commission at a ses- sion it held here today, to discuss proposed tariff increases for Hie ex- press companies. Hon. P. B. Car- voll, chairman of the commission, said there was something wrong some- where aid promised an investigation. SUPERfOR, W1S. BANK WAS ROBBED AT 10 A. M. SUPERIOR, WIs, Nov. The Superior State Bank In the east end'of this city was robbed of by three masked men at 10 onclick this morning. The robbers escaped In an autb. NO C. N. R. SHIPMENTS TO MAINE PORT ST. N. B., Nov. P. Barahill, K. C., of St John, a mem- ber of of tho'Canadlan Hanna; president 'of the railway, a report -published nera to tho "effect that Canadian Grain was being shipped via Maine, while elevators here were ernptyVr Mr. Hanna wires in reply that no Canadian National gratu had been going to Portland. Some may have gone over the Grand Trunk, which is not 'controlled by the C. N. R. Mr. Hanna adds that somo grain is now JUDGE-ELECT OUT OF JAIL FnAMKFORT, Morrow' today perdone'd Fess Whltaker, Jailer of 'Letcher County, who was elected County Judge In Tuesday's Election, serving sentence in tho jali over which he had charge. VVhltaker was convicted of at- tacking county officers and had served, part of a six months' sentence. Governor Morrow, It was said at the State House, took the position that'as Whitaker led bis opponent by more than one thousand votes, this popular Indorsement was suf. ficient ground of Issuing a par- don. PREJIIER'S SECRETARY SELECTS THE BISHOP! indiecreet revela lion by one of Premier Lloyd George's friends in Carnarvon, his home town that the Prime Minister and'his Priv ato Secretary, Ernest Evans, have been choosing most of the liishops o! was beautifully arranged. During the en routa to SL John over tbo Can- evening dancing were lu" CiMusic was furnished by Ml as ftath'lee'n Miss .Mir- TennanL who kept the Jolly crowd moving until tho v midnight hour when names were drawn for_ .partners to partafep of' the dainty repasVthat had been prepared by thsf hostess. After, a short hour spent for sup- per dancing was. again resumed and lasted until the wee Hour's of morning. The young people all declared they had had a most jolly good time. Those in attendance were: Mr. and Mra. "W. P. Tolley, Mrs. I.; Mantle, Mrs. It: Jochem, 'and Mrs. J. Joriem Misses Evelyn Louirie Tolley, Mary O'Connell Kathleen 0'Con.nell, Margaret Smith, 'Fernal Sasse, Mary Jochem, Bve'iyn Jocbem, Valle Al- hrecht, Daisy Hummell, Dody Tennant, Manners, Messrs. -Barny Teh- nan t, John O'Conaell, "vVllllam Rus- sell, Roy Pease, Arvide Albrecth, Wil- liam Davidson, William Kirby, Boy .Shea, Merriel Hummell, Hoy Brooks, Ralph Tollcy, Ronalrl Bartran, Warner Jochem, Clarence Ditblner. Mr. A. D. Jlaclienzle has been here for some time collecting money from farmers that were assisted by 'the government last spring with loans -to purchase seed and feed. Considering the light crop In this locality. Mr. Mackenzie has been having some "suc- adian National. CONDEMN ACfiON OF O. N. R. PRESIDENT CATHARINES, Nov. r J goes to listen ,p. B. Hanna of.he sa'yB 0. N. R., in ordering .the dis- That one has the lno! ml ST., action the C _ charglng'o! employees whoVnter the j "whaT imlltlral fleid, was last night formal-1 porn ly cqndamned by the trade's and labor council. Tha action of the London trades council in opposing municipal efforts to repeat the act giving fire fighters one In seven was approved.] ing o sensation In. Downing Street.. T political world has heard with wonder menl of the Prime Minister in this new role, and could scarcely suppresi Its astonishment at the disclosure tha he and Mr. Evans had already'chosen more than half of the Bishops'of th> Established Church. r The story leaked out at one .of the Prime Minister's famous breakfas parties In Downing Street. 'Lloyd .lo'-. Dar.c' saioVt have alreaii.v'choEqn halt of tha Ernest'Bvans chooses them '.and I ap po'pt.them. "Evans, steamer Chas. H. THE NOV. Bradley, reported missing last night since Friday's storm, left Hcugaton, Mich., at five o'clock, this morning according lo local agents-of the-steamcr and will arrive here tomorrow morning. The agents said their information was thai in whenit.was reported sho was mining. caused Church Is thai -OTIV; Evans" !s Nonconformist.. The Church-: 'Time expresses the' Church'3 aslonishniea as follows: "At least wo know who Is the B shops' maker. We had'supposed tha advice of the Prime.MiniBter. It np- pears now that the Prime-Minister ap- points them on th'e advice 'ql Mr. Ernest Evans." V itartqd pursuit of -the plot of "Jly Lady's Added attra.ctlons-Al St. John cpmed> Topics of tutj and latest Ford Montuli PULL BROS AT THE COLONIAL WEDNESDAY AND THURS- DAY THIS WEEK L, Those theatrs rj In I elt bridge who are looUug for "0 icthtng new and vill' do Well to hk for'.tlio -olontal theatre on or this tho famous Pull B-i ners, and tLeir company of der tvorkers fill the bill, he concern, and a proml- feelhig so well. I wonder where thov. lent-, ittgurs In Marsh's criminal are brought ug. I should imagine schemes, aro of in there must be a huge college some-: a .manner to their on rockers or nonicthtnE like serts. giYlng the, picture, a .rounded- that, EO that they could get used to nut ami croltfi-lrnr PLENDID VAUDEVILLE AT THE COLONIAL Tha HIppodrojje -sTidw', which: .was offered at the Colonial healre last night drcv.- two capaetty and best of all tho show is a drvndy. Litllo Allrlght, a clever Japanese uggler and balancer opens the show vith an unusually clever novelty o'ot .hat made a big hlt.wilh tho audience. Hays and Hays, a clever young fel- ow and an" attractive girl, present- ed tltteoa niiautes of and dance, ntersperscd with some tuneful yodel- ng. Henderson and Dupont. a duo of neatly attired entertainers offered an original comedy act, "Laughs A La arte." Miss Dupont, handsomely ;owued, sings a couple of numbers in fine style. -Jack {Henderson Is an able foU in a bright line of comedy. To the International Trio may ba iccorded the biggest hit of the en- tire season; Not only did they re- ceive numerous encores last nleht but op the sheer artistic merit ot their act, they are entitled to high honors this -season so far. A slip of a girl, Mllo. Moreshy plays a violin in a manner to command the absolute at- tention of her. audience. This act is well worth a. special visit lo the Colonial. Excellent pictures rounded out the show Which. Is by' far the best seen at the Colonial for some time. The'- same -bill -will be repealed to- night for the last time. out and .gratifying', Tlpl.cast of' wtlcU feature of tho program at the. PfcoenU 'Theatre, contains spoil noted'screen favorites as Robert 'McKtra, Stan feelty DlytUe, Jurtls; Cooksey, Hector Sarho, Carl .R.. p.. JIncLcaiL .Frank IJoyd ROTTEN SAILOR" Although'lio has crossed 'the' Atlan- tic 'several times.and has made sav- e-far ocean voyages, Captain Bruco Rtilrnsfather has never gained his sea legs, and still confesses that ha is a 'rotten sailor." In spite ot the suffer- ings that he experiences on even the biggest liners, the famous British. cartoonist !e nevertheless about to make another trip to Canada this mouth for the purpose ot delivering new illustrated lecture, "Old Dili, Me arid the Income'Tar." In describing some ot his Atlantic crossings Bairnsfathcr "No words can describe what the passage means trj rue. Half way across I hare about as'much Ufa in me as a dummy at a gymkaiia. "Like Sinhad the sailor t have per petually vowed that i would never go STORY INTEREST VIES WITH ACTING IN; REX BEACH FILM New Goldwyn Beacli Picture "The Silver Horde" Replete with Thrills Draws Big Ciowd at P-iocn x In Hex Beach's "The Silver produced' by Goldwyn, story Interest vies with excellent acting for first place among' tho many good things that can ba said about this produc- aion. "The Silver Horde" as a novel proved to be one of .the most pro- nounced literary successes of the present day, not only ip the volume of its but'alsb in; the word-ot- clouth notoriety, On .the screen' and love In' Its primitive' north' re- tains all of its and in- terest, and is furlher'cnhanced by the convincing; realism in-action which only the screen the muHHiidlnous readers of the book It will bL- very thrilling to see .those wonderful Eoyd Eriioredn LEGAL LORE IS CURSE TO POLICE MAGISTRATE COUNTERFEIT POLISH SANDWICH, Nov. the County of to tho Bovern- ii'nnt Public Service. Coinlssion. About the same time the Olitarlo gov- _ Mrs. T. E. .Davis of. -Lucky r Polish consulate refused .was a visitor" wllhi Mrs. Theodore Pople for a-few days last week. Mr. Springbetl, "principal of our _ _ Mhool, returned from the i taken by the watcheil'a t ONTARIO convention held at Lethhridge and has bognn consulate until a nun known as resumed his duties at the school. thn former IliissSan Lieutenant Szim- Mr. F. H. Ellert, our popular mer-1 nnsky went liier'e for his outfit. This to iia r.f brst known .lay'Tiipn in [the Anglican chureti, of A full ot blank commiltc..0 responsible and rubber stamps; one of which was'present Hvmiial the counlcrfeit American form, for the CO-OPERATIVE EFFORT is stocking.up vdlb'new goods for the winter trade. Mr._ Johnson, superintendent of tho :Plonee'r Lumber company was the guest ot Mr. J. Turner a few days last ireek. Thomas JJgan, a prominent farmer of tils place has been transacting .business in town for the past few days' Mrs. Gay and daughter, Laura, form- this village have returned and aro (he gueals of Mr. and Mrs. Tbom- >g Karby. brought, abput-tho arrest of hl.-s confederates. >N UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCE i (Orillla Packet) The Sandfiold MacdonaW govern- ment was a coalition, made up of Grits and Tories wh'b had Joined hands to bring about Confederation. Knnfleld himself was a Liberal, but not a Brown JJbDral. Like nearly all Iho leaders _of that party, he had mver Ttulw to -work ,wilh George Urown, and he heartily dtallkert him. K. K. Wood, "of Brantfonl, anil, I think .Stephen Richards, also were Liber aln. :_Matthew Crooks Cameron and John 'Carllng were Conservatives. In character and ability they made tip an Administration the equal of that has succeeded them. Physically they were a strangely assorted lot Poor Sanflcld, a delicate man, had only one lung; Matthew Crooks Cam- only one leg: E.. Wood Jmff only one arm, and Stephen Rich- ards, if my memory serves me, had cnJy one oyo, Canadian Situation Is One Of the Best of Nations Hon. Hugh Gulhrle. of ml- litla, who represented Cunada at the Financial Conference held under tho Lcaguo of Nations at lirussels re- cently, has returned. He that tho financial Btatcnient Riihmlltcd on behalf of Canmla showed that the financial situation In Canada won one oJ the best of tha nations reprc- soiiled MOUNT imYDGKS, put. Nov. C'o-opcralire nrrangcnients In both buying and nclllng have been'.'perfect- od by the farmers hereabout, 'and a company with capital has been formed and incorporated to carry out tho work. A local clergyman, Rev. S. II. MoVltty. Is on o of the .chief stockholders In tho orfianlzalion. New TousMif Fita "My Lady's Garter" ,a Today and Tomorrow