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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN MACLEOD TO BE CREATED THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ESRALD FRIDAY, KOVEMBER A Convention of the Reli- giaus Education Council To Be Held, There. ORGANIZING THE LETMBR1DGE DISTRICT So that southern "Alberta may oo fetter fovcvecl for boys' and girls' O- wvrk, by Religious Educational CoVncil of! Alberta, it was dccliicil ot the -converfcioa of the. Lethhriilge dls- trlci this rotprning in Wesley Hali to receiimcrid that Macloou to made info i district! separate from Lett- iloh sltall lie held when, in the jude- meet of, the district conirnUteo mtnageijient, circumstances masd It feasible, lor the promotion of religious educittoi for the re- ports, and] otb'er business.'.' (a) TIM convention shall appoint. three representatives on the commit- tee of management, who shall con- tinue to'ae't until 'their successoro are appointed at the ccit district con- vention; lh) In tho crent ot a vacancy oc- curring. aouongEt the representatives o! tho district convention In the inter- val between conventions, the executive saihorlty to fill such vacancies until tho represen- A resolution was passed rec- 1 tallves are appointed In the usual way. 4 Annual c6mmitteo of management n nolj lts annual prior lo ommoiMmg to -.tlja provincial tout a convention be called for tho Madeod district, for organization pur- DOECE. '.V v: _______ I'ider ihe pre teat organization the Leibbritlge' dfstri ct eiteEdsrrisijl up to too Crow'a N'est and some think Ibis territory is much too large. Rcalita- amount work that can be in the Crtlar's Xest couutry hasjbrougit lorwafU "Ih'e" contention that7 headquarters itiould he moved nearer to' the seat of yclkm and there- the recommendation that 51ac; IcotT have en .orgrinimi ion convention. .it was the desire flip LelhbrldEe coirreution; that thk; Macleod .work shoilld long. They irant the to be.con- eluded V? The- Macleod representatives' 'who ftiero present at the' morning session 'eager to have liiis 'doiic. V V The nwrtiing session %vas not large- ly ailcuiied but a disUict executive ivas 'appointed with D. Jones, of the Culled 'Church' as itonvenor. A meeting of this executive bo held at some later data to appoit a presi- Following, aro' the officers for the DetbhrlAso district: Methodists, nev. T. Jobcs; Presbytenano, Hev. 0 Bna-i, of Taber, Bajptist, Rer. r w Dafoo IMC la. G. Virtue; Anglican, to-be Convention representatives: J. D. HlglnbothamJ John Torrbnce, F. R. SiriiuiiD: Titri berte at large nill be adpoaited bj this eiecutive. The Idea of the niembets at large is, to give the' executive a 1 chance to bring" into, theSr organization people tbej consider will Strengthen their cause. ConstiUiion of District Rfcligbus Educatlotl Council The naTiie of this onanizat on shall be Tlie Beligious Kducalion> Council of -Lethbridge tnct, in hannom with the- constitu- tion of ..nd aux liarv to tho f Religions Education .Council of .Alberta. Article 2. Object The object 'of committee 01 management. 'Artfcle, 5: 'Akehdrueats. This coa- stitution may bo amended by a two- thirds'-Vote .'St..those .present at any stated meeting of tho district commit- tee-, of, management, provided that notice of such 1ameudmeut has been sent to'e'ach weeks prior to such'meetins., this council sliall be to advance: the work of lite] religious education liy: 1 ters of common infest GlMns expression to .coramd'u MCVVS ard decisions 3 in matters' com- nil each co-operating. unit uunljg tomplelo supervision': of ;.its own wort '.j Article 3 Organization :aiid hiat f Co operilmg units klenorai- nations and other bodies recognized by'the religious edisration couhcil of Canada de inns to affiliate ap- pointing representatives on.the com- mittee of m-imgementi shall 'be-co- operating .unit? 'j The membeirs of Inn organlzalion shall consist -of all ministers 'Sunday Echpol superfciiend- ente, leachers and oilier. persoKi con- nected wilh'the above bodies ajid en- gaged in the work of Christian educa- ton m the province.' 3; Committees. A: 'Committee of management The .work of this organization shall be ad- .ministered by a district committee of management, consisting r (a) The .official bead of the Hell- work of each co- operating'unit In tho district, or his re p re sen ta live. Three represoalalives of the district convention. fc) Tho president of i- each local councilor a representative elected by such local council, and tho 'chairman of district or local boys' and' girls' work boards shall be ex-officlo mem- bers. The professional secretaries of units engaged in tho work1 of religious education shall he ex-pfficio members (e) The executive shall hayo Ihe power to add members, not exceeding thrds; in number, chosen for special fltnc s Irrespectne of geographical or. denominational relationship. B Co-nmltteo. The dis- trict tcOniinlttee of management.shall appoint members an execu- tive committee consoling of the offl- .cers'arid'such others as may bo de- cided upon. 4 Officers The committee nt man agehient shall'appoint Its own offl- .cers. 5. Convention. A district conven- Rapid 'Advance in Prosperity Lead to ible Perjury Charge With the close of the Minor trial at .Macleod-there was brought to a con- clusion a case'with many peculiar fea- tures. It transpired, that tho accused came three years ago, no means, and scon blossomed: forth Into a prosperous rancher wlla 350 head of The curious part ivas that while he seem- ed to flourish, the. two -ranchers along- side him, averaging between thsm stock, were not finding their business quite so rosy as Complaints bad been made to the police with the result of inves- tigations being started as toithe mode In conducted his busi- with.the trial, just orer as a sequence. Minor came to tho district from Walla Walla. fcalure ot-.the' trial at-itacleod was the deiflaud made by R. B; Ben- hett; K.- who .was acting ifor the CroTrn McDonald, ;K.a, that thef court- should: immediat-iir-.issue a warrant arrest for perjury of Mrs. :withess for the This oyer'unlll the For Veterans Dad claims Bread is the staff of liFe" rbut I know its POST TOASTIE A LITTLE RED SPY, By Thornton W. Xobody over likes a spy, iVnil few are they who evea try. Rabbit. That is quite true. People with the habit of spying on other people, try- iug to find out what they are doing aud all about them, are disliked and distrusted. Sometimes spying is neces- sary in a good cause, out it is only In such a cause, a good cause, that any one thinks well of himself or his friends will ever spy. Oao reason tbat Sammy Jay isn't better lifeed nrnong Uia neighbors in the Greeu Forest Is because he is such a sjiy.' He is always sneaking about trying to Cud out the business Of his neighbors. Peter flabblt bas quite as much curiosity as one one I kuow, but Peter is very open about poking his wobbly little nose into .places where it has no business; he sneak about spying. Mow, yon remember that Chatterer the lied Squirrel had sulked nearly all of that fine morning, while Husly tho Fox Squirrel had been hard at work picking up and storing away the fat hickory nuts' the Jlcrry Little Breezes had shaken dovrn from the husks which Jack Frost had opened the night before. And while he sulked Ctattc.-er had tried to think of some plan by which he could get all of those.fat hickory mita for himself. At last an idea had popped iuto his head, a dishonest idea, .though that didn't trouble Chatterer at all. He would spy on Husly'and find out where he was storing away tbose fat hickory auls. Then, wbea he could do so without danger pt being caught, ho would steal air those nuts and put them in his own storehouse. Of course, Chatterer didn't call it stealing. He tried to make himself believe Uiat.ttfose fat hickory-nuts really belonged to him. He knew bet- ter, but lie tried to believe tbat. fie pretended to believe; tbat Rusty was Ihe real Ihief, and that he, Chatterer was simply trying to get what richt- fnlly belonged to him. SoiChatterer hid in the thick top of a hemlock tree and watched Rusty He saw him pick up a fat hickory.nut'and scamper away with It in wcertain'di- rection.' Just where Rusty-went Clial- lerer.conMn.t.8eej jjostr was hidden by some young-hemlock trees Chatterer raited patiently and pros- ently Rusty came scampering back and lie was without that fat hickory mil Chatterer grinned and waited nusfv disappeared as before in the same di- rection, taiqng with him another fat CROWDING PRICES T0 NORMALCYi t I For years it has been a to increase prices to ah inordi- nate degree as unpleasant to us as it was to our custoiaers. Now Ihe Tide Has Turned the Other Way and we are delighted with every new price cut that we .can annouiice to our ._ _ So Chatterer' hid in the thick of a hemlock tree, anil watched Husly. hickory nut., In a few minutes he was back again. This time Chatterer changtd his hid- ing place so as to see behind thoso youns hemlock trees. P'rettyf soon Rusty appeared with a fat hickory uut; Ho looked this way and that way. Then iie hurriedly ran to a certain place, pulled away the leaves ground and put that fat hickory, nut down. He was back to Chatterer, so that the latter couldn't see just where he put that nut, but he saw him pull tho dead leaves place, and that was enough. "There must be a hole down thought Chatterer, "and ho is'filling it. As soon :as he disappears I'll liave a look. Theu I'll wait Until fie has fllled'it. Some day when I know tie isn't about I'll I take those fat hickory riuts one ot my store; houses ami 'he'll.rieror, know what become of tliein." Chatterer snickered softly lo liini- self as he watched Rusty go for an- other nul. The instant Ruaiy-was out of sight Cbatlerer whiskeil down from Ills hiding place and over to the place where Rusty had hidden that nut. Copyright, 1920, by T. W. Burgess The next Chatterer's' Great Surprise. I' -A Detroit woman, seeking ditorco, testified her husband insisted she .iron each of his' shirts !2b! 'minutet Any wants a course of Instruction along-some line which he has 'not been able to' get through the 3. C. It. or who may wish to supple- ment .the Instruction he has already received by further study, may do so through an'arrangement with the National Council Y. 'M. C. 'A. which has set aside a sum of money to pro- vide this opportunity for returned men. If .a returned man wishes to take any of Iho' educational classes at any Y. II. C. A. the National Council will; pay all his he !s re- quired to do is to pay 25 per cent, of tho fees when ho enrolls as an evidence of good faith aud determination, which sum will bo refunded to him when he completes 76 per cent, of the course. c If he should want to take a course not provided by a local Y. M. C. A. or is not convenient for him to at- tend these classes, ha can take a cor- respondence course with the United Y. M. 0.-A. schools on any subject he may-desire and the National Council1 M.iC. A. will pay 75 per cent, of hlg feea. .These courses aro the equal of any and Inasmuch as they aro nol con- ducted for profit are cheaper than 'oth- ers. There are scores of courses of- fered, some of the chief departments being commerce, mathematics, engin- eering, electricity, agrlcul- all general cultural subjects. available for this educat- lonaj'servlco to returned men Is com- parallvely small considering tho num- ber of men who might take the oppor- tunity offered. It Is therefore import- ant thai those who wish to take It up should do soppromptly. ATTENDED SUNDAY I SCHObL 91 YEARS 1 Has England and srhool attendance records that can equal those of Wales? It will require something out of Iho ordinary, for Ihcre are people In Wales fast approaching -cenlonarlantsm who are slill active in their attendance at Sunday schools, The Gee memorial medals for the longest Sunday school atUridando In Wales havtf been awarded ag follorfs: On6n H at- tendance, v, Robert Llanddeusant, Angle'- soy, afced 01, 88 attendance _Jotm Jones, Ponma'chifo, ngcd S7 years' fltloudauCp Misa B. Pugli, nala, aged SO, years' altoudandc BIG SALEof FALL MILLINERY BEGINNING SATURDAY I will sell stock of fall and winter hats at my PRICE f A..very ranging in prices irom.................... en an to Mrs. McMEEKIN 318 13TH STREET NORTH i Cofn, aged 8T, if! >cara' attendincc The jlnficr pf the champion modal a Welshman. biiuiuuuataum. Better Meat for Less Money j 4Q5 Fifth Street South WE BUY FOR CASH, WHICH ENABLES US TO SELL FOR LESS These prices are for No. 1 fresh killed' meals. We do not handle the frozen jneats. Round Steak _ 25C Choice Roasls Beef............ '200 Plate Beef...................'.'.'.'.'.'. 14c Veal Roasts ,2Zc Pork Roasts _ 33C Choice Lflg Shoulder Muttbn............ -Pure and Beef Sausages, 2 ibs.'for Minced Steak, per lb................'...'.....'" Miid'Cured Bacon (by the :F. BERRIMAN, Proprletdr1, 240 45c zOc 10c section of our store we are now able to offer PRICES THAT ARE iMORElTJHAN FAIR, away below prices prevailing. for the last few years. v Every Itenron Present a Srfendid Victory m gainst the High Cost of Uving l't. Extra Specials for Saturday GREY KNITTING YARN Regular valuo Special price, per SL75 FAST DYE GINGHAMS Splendid patterns. "Special 50c BOYS' BLOOMERS Cre-y and browa mixed tweeds. All CASHMERE RIBBED HOSIERY Dig boys' and. girls' sizes. Special, 65c LADIES' HOLEPROOF HOSE Perfect'goods. All colors and sizes. 82.00 LADIES' CASHMERE Hlaok only. All 'sizes. Spe- cial, HOSIERY Perfect goods. Assorted col- ors. Special, t HEAVY RIBBED COTTON HOSE Boys' and girls' wear. Spe- cial, INFANTS'AND CHiL- 1.--." 'r Buttoned down front. Spe- 40c Extra Special at LADIES' DRESSES Of georgette and satin, lorolv stjies beaded and braided m an assortment of sizes from IS to J2 Colors bearer, navj, black, iiirj champagne. Values up to Your choice for AA- UU Extra Specialat Only LADIES' TAFFETA SILK DRESSES Elegant dresses in a iinfc assortment of stylea all the nov. shades Sizes mu from 18 un to 40 The regular prices ran as high as Take your choice 'A SPECIAL SALE OF HIGH GRADE CORSETS. LA CAMILE front lacing cor- sets- are well known for their comfort and good wearing qual- ities.' All 59.50, and 512.00 lines are reduced, SPECIAL SALE OF BOYS'CLOTHING SUITS AND OVERCOATS Our splendid stocks of puro wool suits and overcoats ore now offering at a discount of Ifl Per Cent. off our usually low prices. Boys, look these over. REDUCED PRICES ON DOWN AND COTTON BILLED QUILTS AND COM- FORTERS Cotton filled Quilts at Cotton filled Quilts st....J5.50. Satin top filled Quilts Down filled quilts fitiejt .Quilts fine down. AT A DISCOUNT OF FOR COLLARS, CAP1 SCARFS, THROWS A MUFFS Beaver, Sable, Hudson Seal, Mink, Racoon, Wolf, Fox and .Oppjrtum TWO COAT SPECIALS LADIES' SEAL COAT- With ileop shawl collar and wldo cuffs uf JJo 1 sable, best of linings, and a verv smart gar ment. Kognlar valno SSOO.OO. He- iluced tu LADIES'. HUDSON SEAL COAT Deep shawl collar nnd cuffs' of genuine bearer -elegantly MneJ. A very hnndsome coat, Jlem- lar value 5575.00. Reduced An 8x4 BLEACHED SHEETING Special, per 92c 36-INCH DRESS SATINS SuitaliTo. for evening wear. I'retly glindea. NATURAL SHAN- TUNG SILK t'roo from lining, Regular THE SIMPSON ;