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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIXTEEJf THE I-ETHBKTPfiB DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 19HO >ii Its finest raanlfesUtlon iu the horao rointed Out in an Address At the Religious Con- ference. ,THE PROBLEM OF LEADERSHIP I'oojerallon ol tha Home and snoject of the address this attitude d really (he natural aUllulo ,of Iho chilli its parents. In thu second placft tatro. la nn oppor- itunity iu the homo for earning prln- dries Into action which we do not i and 60 often in the Sunday school. may flno principle taught in tho Stmda] i many read books o'l tho tralnlns of tit> young! (3) liy a parents and teachers con- ference. Those at home, should be definitely Informed of tho work that Is helns taught-In tho Suuuay'Schools, that the teachers-may gel the coafid- curo and co-operation ot those !a the houses. H> By the child's 'titeniiance at church. (5) By a sertoa ot sermons on the home, Problem of Leadership I ilr. A. W. Forglo, secretary the thus is character Influeacc-d v Meanlng of Homes jwJvered by Kov. McLean at tho ctos- iog Ecssloa of the Religious Confer- eaca yesterdiri afteriioou iri folL Rev. McLean lamented the Thera are nol TjodrfiiIjA Ip.rJc oi hnnin corpora-! Uoa in Sunday school work, oa account of tho parents being un- familiar with tho work that was being tsnihl. The home .has function oJ 113 own SURPRISE BY THORNTON W. BURGESS that these .opportunities are apart from Its with the i Sunday scloofi Then ire certain or- gaaizatlons through which we work t with the chBd.'the home, com- I auDJty. cburea, jind Sunday school, but the home Is tho primary institution afid tho most and impres- sire of all Long before tho world had a church, Sunday school, or Bible the world, had homes and parents, and these homes were Qed' s appointed f ctiircies. 3ho homo is tb'e funda- ;m'enlal for building up too boys and jgiris in Christiia lives. U Is i not only primary from the point of I view.of hisonryl hut It is primary to life', life of The borqe i-5-important as'an'educa- tiro inEtitutioii for two reasons. First because an of faith and i lore exists in thd'-.home, and children leani more readily, from those, they respect and admire. ,411 this Is- found that must be The best train tos for tho futuro is dene through classes of boji and girls. Such train- ing leads to capacity for leadership on to say "that he Surprises aro Lola good and had; let the latter make you mad. iho KOI Squirrel. Chatterer the Heil Squirrel smick- ered gleefully as he scampered orer to ihe wlir-rc h.> had SACU O- lives of the children are being mouW- ffurtbor advanoe fhoul-l be made along Many Monies are Interpreted in llnf- lesson P'au as a kitchen" where you to he Same way to twlh acd thatjty ihe Vox Sqtn'rrel hide a fat hlck- get fed. as R parlor or place for social events, or as a clothes .closet there a certain amount of flnery'is accumul- ing for a -Euro illustration, drew from' tha home as an imagery to miie us uuderstaaul what Cod was like, by es- plaining that God Is a by our relationships to one j adults and children, tbo principles that govern boy cud girl Ufa should not be taken separately from I he les- i principles and leadership Is another "brotherhood." Hovr often tho wrong Impression of God as a materials The best time for when tho children are of ago. At this period ot life leader- shop appeals to them, and to the ai- tralnins is'necessary at .ill stages, belli iu.ijit.-as.ua ui .uou as a father Is'giTen from the homo. (for teacoers and those preparing There are 'niany ways in which we can use the homo as a character bulldiig. institution: (1) IBy ha-rins a definite plan tor family worship, not of the storotyped kind, haVone suited lo the individual needs.' (3) By'a circulating library for the homo. Teachers in tho home need as teachers in tbe Sunday EChool. -People read books dealing with trades" and professions, hut not i Kv. x i j BakersGocoal needed are a training class'in every church for present'teachers, a iionnat class In Sunday, schools for young people In preparation, a co-operative community leaders of older boys and girls, and special classes for leaders of missions, social service; etc; Her. McLean and .V W. Forgie each spoke for. a few minutes on helpful books In various lines of-J-Sunday school work, having- samples of the various publications on -display. Rev. T. D. Jones presided, prayer being offered by Rev; W. Buchanan, Hev. Pike and Mr.. Petley. Tho meeting coDcluded with a prac- tical demonstration of garnes UEK! in C. S. E. T. and C. CS.' T. .T. work.' faithful .icptvtains so mucK valuable food material that it BOOKLET OP CHOICE nEClPES SENT THEE. WateBakcpSColtdl Ep irao. DORCHESTER, MASS. be teachers. By means of a chart the speaker showed that Eve hundred racrulle will ho needed for the ministry during the five years, one hundred special workers and thousands of, trained lay workers. Olher things >t, tralne lhat w. ill be Use Jim Calder's Tip to Stir Up the Farmers Import- ance of Organization Political' gossip takes .up consider- able space In a circular just issued by Farmers "of Alberta. Tha purpose ot this portion of the'circular is to urge farmers to great efforts In the present organization campaign of tbo farm forces -of Alberta. ability of Dominion and provincial elections'are discussed. -'.'-i- Tho circular reads in "Jim Calder, boss' of the.. govern- ment's political machine... says there will be an election soon." Ju't when soon means is hard to sayy. bit ev- cryono knows that tho Union; govern- ment does not hope forTnu'ch at tbe hands of tho western-farnjer-and if they can pull off. the election spring while yon are running your seeder or In the middle of harvesi they will do IL It is aUo' stated In provincial political circles that there uul under the leaves iu the Oreen Forest. He snickered because he thought himeelf smart to -have so soon discovered where Rusty WSB hiding. those fat hickory nuts anil I'ansa he was planning tu Inko 'every one ci them for himself. "He has heeii busy all mornius, so there must ue a lot uf tliera in ihitt thought "I won't take one now, I'll just have a peep at them and theu go away so that ho wili uot suspect auviblng. !l ho drws- u't suspect anything he'll fill that hole and then-leave thetu until ho uee'ils them in the winter. He'll set ft lilrlo surprise then. Yes, sir, liusly will get a little surprise then. There won't be a nut there and he won't know wuat has become of them: 1 won't to hunt for those nuts amoa'g the dead leaves; he is doing that for me, only lie'doesn't know it This will be the han-est I've ever known.'1 Chatterer" wickered again. By this tlms lie had reached the place where'Rusty had hidden that fat nut. Cliatf erer h u rriedly piille d a w ay the leaves eipecllng to find Irance" to a'toie. There was no hole there! Chatterer looked both' surpris- ed and puzzled. "I am sure this is the very ho muttered. 'He pulled ay.-iy a 'few, more leaves and then he noticed' a little soft place in the ground as if the surface ot the ea'rtlr had been disturbed recently. Chatterer began to dig hurriedly. Almost at 'once lie felt' something hard. "Ha; I thbugul eiclaimed Chatterer, oiid" brought out a fine fat hickory nuC It had lieen buried jii'st beneath the surface of tbo soft soil. will be June; a provincial election neit "If the fanners of Alberta wish to achieve anything politically the spade work of organization bas sot to be done this wjntef. .This drive, if'Vrop- erly carried oufc.ln every district furnish the best organlzalion tbr'pol- itical any parly "ever ha had anywhere." have ships in the province today where ery farmer is a, member of P! A. ag 'well as "a large proportion of the women.. The aim should get every nian and woman and every young man and young woman at least those over tkent.v years of ago. They wil! be voting next year.. SPECIALS KING I'AT- TEUN Heavily rlsle'l on pure rutlel bite duns', h, f.nywfccro eJM. 'fie afona rsliil at Sfi.OO dozen. 6 TMapoons. 1-et for Trappers fa 105 wrapper. nBd 6-Pleco Combination Cooker, Kttllc, atd txrrcr, free for wrapptra or 200 map- Mrs and cajrti. i-9-js.-t CoSw Pol, frtt for BOO or IM and J2.SO SPECIAL Oak Kitchen Clock, eight-day, Pencil l-ardwood, cxtrc striteshourandhalfhour.IIand- Eootl rruality. Free for 30 wrap- pers or 15c cash. Clothes Line Reel. somely finished in oak. Guaran- teed excellent timekeeper, 23 ins. high, 14 ins. wide, G-in. dial. We pay exnresf. Free fer wrappers or ?i.25 cash. A neces- sity for every housewife. Indoors or outdoors. 15 feet long, port- .able. Free for 300 wrappers ur 95c cash. i u? it. IcanUfal wide luce tilrr.mlnz; fall IcoKit, On for l.WO vi-rapKrl or 300 and caih icr oalr. Ivor? Hair Brntkll, irnra briilles, or ZOO or.d 11.60. (0 wrappers'or-lOp wrapper J1.50 cssh. JS.V 300 happen OT IdO wrai.ptrj anj cash. Jlililarr Hair ECO wappcri or 100 wracrers Stic caih. OK :CO 17ript'-r5 or an.1 7-iticb, 250 6-inth, 200 and S tri 'or 100 wrappers wrirrtrs or 100 wrappers and 60o cash s aad <0c wsb; 175 or 75 Baftir Tt.c famous fall tquipmer.l, 400 apr-ors or 25 wrAppers anil casb. Shavini JM Tirappeit. finished, Iramt 16x20, COO wrajrer. or 100 wript-e.-i (bxr-tfiFs not j Miru A-iorlri or 50 M' 00 wrappers Or-100 and eaab, rrcn 8ml SI.7E wilh slais snd bad- cards, 200 wrapixrf. cardi, HO wrapptrs.- Heir, .New Can- adian KHition 4 color carte, IS Kalion cardj, 75 TtSlcyWIlikE-flipsfor 75 wrappers. Snap, DO wrappers. Old Mild, ij wrapBcu. rcnch Briar I'ifo, Dikerlle Mcnthciuc Will SM FULL INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH GAME Peter Coddle. wrap- 50 riayinsr ISO 100 Trrap- Box of Hiawatha (Non- Polsonous) 100 Br.ya' HarmTtss Pillol, 7S wrappers, Con, 1C Ins. lone: nhwls cork strina, 150 wrapj-erf. Toy Tin Tea Sit, 1M Tin Tea Set, Wonderful Top. ths Nercr-.tor, Top (or children: briahtly l-ainlfd sprinc (pinnlnElool 75 wrappers the Coupon, Stntl Coupons or write Catalogue yiving a. wonderful complete list of valuable premiums, Tlie Royal Crown Soaps Ltd, Premium Department Calgary, Altn. Crown Lid., Enffoscd courxini cash, for which plViue- me r-rcmiuin Xo____ or me Tells People There About Com- mission Form of .Government Taxation. Chatterer began to hurriedly. He tossed, it aside .and dug faster than ever. He wanted lo get to the open- ing of that hole ho was sure was there somewhere, and he' wanted to do it before nusi5- should return. But though Chatterer made the dirt fly he found no hole and he found no more fat hickory nuts. That one was the only one. Quite forgetting that he didn't want to be caught there by his'temper, which, you know, he loses quite easily, and scat- tered the leases this way and thnt way, all tho while scolding as only he can. Then, a rustle ot leaves reminding Aim flat Rusty might .ho returning, be hastily scraped the dirt and leaves hack, leized the fat hickory "nut and scampered back to his hiding place in the top of a Onco there he hegan to think, "a thing he ha'a been too excited to do before, and that his other big cousiii, Happy Jack, the Gray Sriuir- has a habit of .burying nuts der leaves and In the soft earth, put ting only one iu a place. Could it that Rusty the For Squirrel.had the same habit? It looked'very much that way. But even if he did he must have a storehouse, too. The thing for him to do was to spy some more and try to'find that storehouse. .'He just couldn't and wouldn't believe that Hilsly hid every nut he found in the leaves or ground. sir.-he wouldn't believe that. There must be a store- house somewhere, and he wouid find it.- Why didn't Rusty come back plenty of time to Ep ovef to'the big hickory tree-and return-to bury another fat" nut .It must be-that he was'taking those nuts somewhere else; Chatterer, hur- ried hack through the treetops to the hiding place from which he had first watched Rusty. 'Sure- enough, there