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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TIB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2, .Ube Xetbbriboe DAILY. AND WEEKLY." and Publishers HERALD PRtritiNcfcoMPAriY LIMITED KS 6th Street Lethbridgo and D John Torraaca .Btttlneas Manager (Continued from Front Member Audit Bateau ot Circulations Subscription Hatev DUly, delivered, par Dally, by mall, per yea- SCO ,Eally, by moll, fcr.6 pon -Dally.' by mall, 3 rnou .Weekly, by maiC per yair.....1-50 Weekly, by ftitU, perytar to U.S. THE VALUP OF REPUTATION "When Joe Jackson left the grand jury after his con- fession a crowd of small boys gathered round their heavy- hitting idol and asked, 'It js not Joe, is Joe answered, ''Yes, boys, I am sorry to say it is.' This is in incident in the; recent baseball scandal connected with the White Sox. 'The question put by the boys was a pathetic one. in that it expressed a difficulty in1 believing that it was possible that the ideal held in regard to'one who was re- ic o Iinrn iint cnpVi was rflcrat-HpH tn hp Tt federal government gaiaen as a m-iowasnotsucn DC. a, win be asked them 1 was very hard for these boys to believe or even to realize .while the state.- that their idol was shattered. He had obtained a certain, reputation for playing the game, and to these young minds i'struction. The. fedwi' was unbelievable that the hero could be displaced his pedestal. The incident referred to furnishes a lesson on the value of reputation. It is not so much the value of reputa-. tioii as it affects the possessor of the same as the influence II the people are fostttm- ata 'enough lo iKet the reclamation branch to do this, all their financial worries .irtH be suited. Try i Another Scheme i M; not, are goliig to try anvth- eV scheme. The district will be form- ed somewhat nlong the llnej o[ Irriga- tion district? In Alberta, bonds will be tou districts thero .were on the mark- et two years ago were bringing par for six ixjr cents, Mr. Tiffany told rie, nml there vras a fairly good sale for them, like Utwrty bonds and all other fixed rate securities, they have slumped, though there Is still inirket. It Is undeveloped, however, aai would not absorb anything like the Columbia basin project Issue. K. F. Benson, former, state commis- sioner ot agriculture, and au cx-mem- bcr of-'thc state reclamation board, irrigation declared that Ir- rigation bonds, given the right land, the right of aud tbe f. I it' exerts on others. The individual with: a reputation .has w! something to live up to, not only in the value of the repu- i sni GETTING RID OF THE'.WEEO EVIL (0 himself in the influeiice it'has On. others'.; If the idol is proved to be one whiph has feet of clay faith in humanity is apt to be lost. In this the personal influence is lost, and personal influence counts for much. To.' live, up to, our reputation is a responsibility 'which attaches to', the individual. To find that. the. 'idol wor- shipped is only a false god breeds distrust and suspicion; If; iveakens faith at a time when more than ever faith needs sustaining. There is such a thing as man's responsibility to rrtan. We owe it to oui1 fellow man to be sincere in what we profess and to live up to our professions. Otherwise we held to prove the mistaken belief that life, is a sham and that things are not always what they seem. Each one of us can permeate an influence which, radiating from our- selves, has its influence on pthers. This is an individual responsibility. We owe it' not only to ourselves but to. bur is certain Aiiierta must make 'more-! fellow men. The fall from gi'ace does not only affect our- nuoiH? cirort to gei rid i the weed SeJves jt affects others. We remove, by so doing; faith jn oth and thereby make ourselves the more culpable. UiapcEola is going lo adopt the dla- tricVagent policy in ;i canspalga to get rid oMhe son- thistle, r Alberta should do, 'the same if ior: no other, reason tiianL'to.get rid ol Uie v-; Tco dlslrirt agent is the agricultural school ycuing.rlsht into the farmer's field what to do to get rM of weeds ami other evils and also no? ;u improve his methods of farm- cut veil in several CaitBclinu proviuces. und MluncEot.: a system t now in vogue in Manitoba. One tliins'j responsibility it the are allowed. to go inestimable set POLITICAL SITUATION IN MANITOBA the Norris'Government iu Manl- "'i.toba.- Two deferred flections rbcently held have returned Norris supporters: The GoTe'rnment'now lias-twenty-one supporters.- the -largest group In-the Legislature. The next strongest group is the farmer independent which has a following including Hon. Joseph Bernier, Joseph Hameliu nd P. A.-Talbof; former Conserra- lives. Labor has a representation of eleven. The Conservatives only have sis members. It wlH readily be seen thai'a''combination1 of the opposition groups would defeat the Government, hardly possible. Attempts '_ _.to bring the various elements together have already been made, but without It is more thnn iihely that the farmers vrfll give the Gov- .eriiment assistance U into.any .tight corners. would find the In Its reclaaa- njht klud ot people, were as "good as the wheat." He is an Irrigation en- be thuslast ot 30 years standing, ani irrigation problems in e sees no reason why a Washington Alberta should IN PSSINti 0 H. T H H BUSY MAN D. Si. 'Cameron, twice president of the Hamilton C'-aadlan Club, Is dead. W. M. Charlfbn U appointed Crown Atlorney (or Srant county. Alex, Coe, the'oldeat fireman In Sud- was fatally injured. John Weaver, assd 10. ot Fonthlll, a not tolre the problem ot financing Ir- KOB toplco. It. would praMdy rlotloa extension, and through the be .asked only for enough ta bnlld Herald issued a hearty Invllntlon to I priio at tho Pemar school VI MI a ucait} IU tint first. Tbli j juberta IrrlgitlonisU' to killed. Andrew Yensea, aeed 3, ot Sudbury, W In December for a nasslou apple; gjA.e '0-( the Washington Irrigation Initltute come to j died In convulsions from eating green ,..i.s of te Washington Irrigntlon Initltute trar) got when ths financial problems ot Irrlga- nrlsalloa and htarfcft; paying, tack.jtion will be thoroughly dealt the money coming ta'vouU taet Benson is'maklog a-'strong extending tbe distrlft BO .that la effort to Hon. Duncan Marshall 20 orl30 yearn tfle whole project would conference and deliver- Is tlw powlbll- Ity'too that, as f anno is Kt't halt the project cost paid olt they toiild go to loan and borrow Oiougjfimj.ier (o pay the mainder m' dump matte MOW f'mds iri the its Uia.'Lircers stan-iti paying off the cost of-ike project, ll'e I inas. wouldj take on a 'greater value as financial securities and might then be put on the market at ft ftcure around par.: But .point of-slmllir- fty between-pur problem in la-and the-blg problem In .Wash- ington Irrigation exte'Kfilon'li'th'it the governments In both coUn- are looked to (or financial assistance In finding the money. Probably Alblf rtahs think that Wash- an'old settled state A deliver an I ever declared'Mr. Benson. r MOyED5A HOUSE TO BBLLEVUE FROM HOSMER whidi has been In the Irrigation Rutne (or 30 prettr well over Euch but I find that their are just as the lent of financing Irrigation extension as we are. It'is true that they ball scandal in what it provides is than the individual nas not only to live for himself but to live for others..-, In. the estimation we have of this shall come to realize ithe value of individual responsibility. Its influence on" others cannot be overrated. We should learn to value and to preserve bur reputation in the influences others. veil with land values run- hinE'ffpra.fSSU'to ffiOO. anr) irfr aa high as sirncrfl the case'-ln Yakima valley, last V K A it affeCtS and jects.have beenimbre. or les'sVhlt Thi> Lord Mayor of Cork Is said to" bo kepi nlivo. by "spiritual aid." Is this ot the "Irish" variety? With the'threshing results there Many.berries should change Its name to Manybushela. The price of coffins in the States Is to be lowered. It Is certain there will not be the rush for bargain prices. Another, Cox, William H., Is In the runEIng for the" Presidency. "He Is the cox iho is expected to sfeer the Socialist boat !o-the White House. Tho wag will say that Comiskey, in the way he has dealt with the Sox players In the baseball scandal, has "given'them Telephone men putting in larged .'phone syslom in Calgary Do.You Know? or less.hit and misaVIn regard it compares with Being mountainous, with-'plenty of .'mofuntajii streams, irri- gation has mostly been the work of In- dividual enterprise-In small valleys, or. a tev co-operate fo TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What sovereign was called th'e 'Tennis Ball of '2. the" story ot St. Ver- onica? 3. What is the Holy. Coat ?f Treres? 4.. Who was the the Tribunes? 5 .What is the Tesserariau art? C. What is the "Quten RqEriant FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. AVho were the 2. What was thB Peasants' War? 3. What are the particular names for tbe four fingers? 4. Why is the little finger called the 5. What is n 6. Wliy is the pheasant so called? -AtoswttRS The lyrical -poets of Germany figure that that city will have a popu- r''ero E0 called because the subject ationof ,n1535. "phoney" guess. Maybe It is It was a frequent Tising of the peasant- ry of Swabia, Prancbiiia, Saxony, -'and and 13th centuries. Occurred between 1500 and 1525. A of a movie show has taken place in Calgary. It was turn- Othcr German slates, In consequence ing fiction into reality in what some of the tyranny and oppression of the ct the movies are accustomed lo show, nobles. In 1502 the rebellion was call- The moralist can derive a moving les- son from the Incident. The race between Babe Ruth and Lord Mayor McSwiney Is becoming 1523 the Latin War. 3. Index finger, middle finger, ring finger, and ear ringer. Uecause It can. from Its diminu- tive size, he most easily introduced in- interesting, Ruth is on his 51th lap lo the conduit of the ear. in his hnmo runsi nnd the Lord Mayor j 5. A parish or church exempt from of Cork close on Ihe fifties j episcopal Jurlsdi.tion, as a royal _______ i chapel. 6. From-Phasls, a stream of the (or 20 years on' boals, Wesley ;Upton, who was drown- found, .The stream is. tho rhodern L OUTSPOKEN, 'CRITICISM BY MACKENZl'E KING King can not b'e cht with lacking courage. His outspoken criticism o( the governnienl policy connection building in Vic Vancouver, where shipbuild Ing ia liow conside'red one of the-main i slays of These cities, is lo be admirec because ot its fearlessness. We imag ine the majority of the people In.thesi cities ,want ships buili in their ship- HO matter how the contracts .are awarded. Mr. Xing must have known the power of the'shipbuildlnjj industry on the coast, and yet he was] not afraid to offend It if necessary by expressing his visws on the methods the Oovernmenl had adopted In award- ing the contracts for ships; some of them to be. built in Vancouver; [and Victoria. L Mr. King Is not .backward either In .making it clear .wher6_ on the tariff. coast, cities like the protective tariff, but Ihe Liberal lead- ,er lold them1 straight he was for a downward revision. It would be no surprise to have him say'that on thj prairies, where downward revision is Quito popular agitation. .TJiere ia a possibliiiy though thai. the Govern jnenl, as a result 01 the tarlti enquiry, may do some paring downward, but It to travel a long distance to meet advanced sentiment. Mr. King and Mr. Crcrar and a host of others are not likely to be satisfied anyway. It Is good to flntl Mr. King making his posilionjClear on public questions Of course It is easier to say, while in opposition what you.Intend to do than to carry it out when you have control of affairs. The people, however, are more serious now and won't consent to -paryes neglecling to live up (o their pre-election promises. The cry necessary for (he milling and min-jw.is VnTuied "The farmers' movement wus largely j Ing lnduslrlo.1. The farmers are n Oar Own Correspondent) HpL.t.F.vUK. Sept. Petli- the contractor.ot the Company Hotel at Bellevue, la making good progress.on the building. i Mr. and Sirs. Alex. Wells, on Monday, a daughter. Mother, and thild doing well. The Hev. Peters has successfully moved a housfl from Hosmer, B. C.; Bellevue. The benefit dance held In-the 1. 0. O. F. hall on Friday last was a big sue-' cess financially. The Social and Concert In the Meth- odiel church on Tuesday evening was of tie biggest successes in the history of tbe church Iu Bellevue. money raised la in aid of tfie library, gymnasium and recreation room for the young people ot He camp and deserves all the assistance the public can gjve it. 1 It-'is understood that Mr. Jarrat Brans has pnrchased'a fruit ranch on tho Arrow Lakes'near Burton City. Jack Wheeler is'maklng good pro gresa with the new school. sup- condenserles at Plcton and Dloomflold, have closed owing (o overproduction. Rev. Vernoh H.' well-known Methodist, minister, died aged C7 Crawford SmarL long Identlfled with the mercantile interests of Brockvllle, and member of one oMhe town's old- est Is dead. lecturer in Eortcnlture; ot :he Onlarlo Agricultural College, jueliihi.MIed at Kitchener of heart All the witnesses have been pqenaed for the trial at Mac- lend 12th. -'i.'.; s -DaTe'Hall was away from camp for a tew daya laat.week, and returned on nn son who spenl :rouble; on forin. 'he G. T. R. station plat- Mr. Jleighen Positively Declares Did Not Call the Farm- ers Bolshevists OTTAWA, Oct. "Mr. Drury Invented a charge in order to hava pleasure ot refuting 1L" said RlgM Hon. Arthur Melghon, premier, t% his ntlenllon was dlrectel to a dispatch Oshawa In which Hon..B. 0. Drury, prtiiler of Ontario, Is uuoted as having resented a charge alleged to h'ave been made by Mr. Meigheu that the farmers and labor were Dolehevik, In connoctioa wltli Jlr. Drury'6 remarks, Mr. Meighen ad- ded; "Not only were tie words attributed to me not made, but no person could draw any such inference (rom what i did Bay. added Mr. Melghen, a! other points in my address 1 plainly, stated that the farmers were not iu any sense inimical to responsible gov- ernment, but uhforluriately had. align- ed with them many others who were. If any one wishes to challenge the correctness of Ihie statement he should first make Inquiry as to what took place In recent bye-elections in Temlskamlng and Colchester." nnturaliy they they just Saw beglnn.Jng to approach their real No Agricultural Progress Why does .WaihinEton state consid- er eilenirion so Important just I aaked this, quertion ot two .or threo 'leading trday. "Because we have r made no agricul- thls _ Mls? on8 young ladies, is one of the Albertan candidates, in. thla district. Here. Is hoping that ahe lands a car for her trouble.' Mr. .and Mrs. Barlass returned this week fro'm the coast. Knowles and children re- lamed home- from the coast where tural progress iu and this state for the En- u[ the .Columbia Baaia uuc Survey Commission. have :heen on. 'standing still or. slipping backwards. I We muaj'do somethlns.to hold place and help the. and) nothing we can do'.will give'the same' returfiS (or.the monby spent; getting Unil under the ditch. 30 the ffeAjrilf.Reclatna- Yaklma'on or more' ago. Is now engaged In coneolidatlng-a num- ber of small projects In the Spo- kane Valley near the Union Trust Co.; .Mr. Tiffjny said: "We've got to (Wit. getting to.the point where rlally top heavy'In this.country. We're Hearing'the point where we're not producing enough to eat (or our own people. Why, In ten years we'll be Importing wheat In a stream from you people up In Canada." Mr. Tiffany has' had a lot to do with they spent a, few mouths. A New York theatre is selling seats .year in anyance ibr ine'piay now Chaa. W.Wellman, brother of Mrs A. Small .'and Mrs. George Hagarlh, Granbrobk, died at'Dauphin, Man., as resiiit ci Injuries received in auto ac- cident. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, lirantford, has extended an unanimous call to. Kev. George S. Biston, assist-1 ant pastor pt the Road: Presbyterian. Church, Toronto, to fill the pastorate vacaled by itev. J. W Cordon, who has gone to Mitchell. The war is over, n Jury decided at Columbia, Mo. The 'question arose when the'court was called on to de- cide who won a bet that there wouldj be peace, by Jan. 1, 1920, which the stakeholder refused to pay. Thomas Cory, n ploneer.of Western Canada, died at Winnipeg at the" age. ot 85. He settled In the.Gladatone trict In aud has'been a resident! of Winnipeg (or- the past 1-t years. Thomas, of Ca'rlyle, Sask., W. W., deputy minister bf the interior at Ot- tawa and B. G., at Victoria, U. C., are Lieutenant-Col. ,Edgett, of Vcrnon, candidate in the Taie, B. C., fcderarbye-election, is a young man. under 40 years of age. He was early In'lhe war as a veterinary, with the rauk of lieutenant, and rapidly rosev lo his present rank, doing.excel- lent service in France; and filling the office of director of veterinary service C; B.-Pi with headquarters at Argyl House.-'He returned to Canada a year ago, ohS for the last few months has been fruit farming Yernon. Ho served in the Mouukd Police from 1900 to 1904. Maine potato Growers'are. holding thelr-crops, refusing tp sell at present Make Your Decision MASON RISCH A piano !g an Investment (or a decide without careful 'investigation: -We glad- ly welcome comparison, and are Siifo yo'u'llisay batter than: a1 no matter .what you pay." Style Booklet free to any dress. Ask us for. it. KASf tie Balmoral Block Home of the Vlctrola" "'on- irrigation extension in Washington. About two-third's i'a'f. the acres under tho ililcli-jhme been watered through the efforts, ot .the federal rec- lamation service, but there are luraC reds'ot'sniall ttiese have k Sea" where" it ma.dp ijulte a lot of.progress ii.the.past flve.years ANGLICAN e'd-ln Ili6 St. John River, N. II., had never iearnt'fp swim.' This Is a tragic' illustration of; trulcm that a .WON FROM bier's children the worst shod. The Jewellers of Canada are totally unrepresented In the national Pr.rlla- mcnt nnd-in the provincial Legisla- was said in Calgary. The pub lie is evidently iiimpprcclatlve of thel goms. of oratory. jecis whipped Into Bald Mr. ''We hafeVbeen getting tet- ter legislation every and we. now have, a fairly '.vork'aile irrlgatiouldla- act, so that .'snd owners under CARMANGAY IN A Tl I J T 1 van' tp aw UUIIUf BASKETBALL GAME .ditches In small'- or co-opera- (From.Our .Own Correapondpnl) e result )-1 Cnrmangay-JJftrong girls team has Just r come to hand; Barons were the ,win-' ners by 17 lo: 13..Considering that the'' tive schemes, tan'forrn districts, bond their land and cany on their under- takings on a morfe business like liaals." State Rejulathn'Strict Stale regulation'now ia very strict, rnd In this Washington ia folldwlng the lead of Oregon and CalUttrnla. Auguktln'a Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th St Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 2I2 6th St. 8. Telephone 1406 Holy a.m. Matins and Holy .m.- Sunday p.m. p.m. Uahers (or Bai-na- cal, Brodie and Butler. Home Supper (Knox Church 7.00 sharp. Wednesday Intercessions snd Study Closa, S p.m. Y. P. A., S o'clock. !girls (rom Carmangay have only had theno stales have a cerijnca- 'ono practice they did remarkably well. tlorTacl. Under Ann act'tte' bonds ot Ex-President Taft sees' In the clcc-i Tlircslilnjj operntiona have heen re- an district such as the Leth' Burned on a flno scale, nnd the elevat- Northern -are passed upon by ora nrc hcing loaded up fast. I specially created board tlon of Senator Harming, the Repub- lican candidate, a compromise on the Citizens of Cannangay recommend fln'ls lho "harlie (easlblc, properly League of Natlrjus' controversy. Thia the Herald to your friends, this is tho constructed and properly managed, It should be enough lo stamp Mr. Hard- i'al'er ttlat local news, and Ing as the "Compromise Candidate." all ot It up-to-date, We are sorry to learn that Norman certifies tho bonds so that they are made a legal investment (or state school funds, trust (unda and savings is nnt at nil well these daya. I kink funds, This creates a home The Associated Do.irds of Eastern We wish l.lm a quick recovery lo his I warketjor tends and ex- lirltish Columbia are asking for a cut; in tho tariff on the tools and machln- and tho old parlies failing to live up to the pledges made prior lo and during efecMon campaigns, .The present Is not the closed season apparently for constables in Ireland. The price of milk going up. There appears to be a sliyncss s to nibble at the mayoralty bait, on the implements of their particular industry. McN'ttughlon, M.L.A., Is away to Calgary tills week on business, i EXHUMED MOTHER.IN-LAW'8 I BODY FOR EARRINGS The Africa ly refused ;i rc-nnlon which would not iiK-Iuflo Ilrilisli elr-ment, Tho flis- patch that the cb-irgerl with tho defamalbn ly of tho to c'onfnnvirc i He to the body of M, m ot Iplnina why they'are so readily dis- posed of In Oregon and Calltornla. One thing the state legislature o( Washington has done, which shows how far the whole people of tho stale are behind Irrigation, Is to create a stnte reclamation service with the power lo levy half a mill annually on the whole assessed valuation 6f the stnlc. This act was passed by n good majority two ago, and tho rev- enue til the service la annually. With this money the bonds pt smaller Irrigation districts, can he at IJl'iemfonU'iij, In tlto pltMiVe nKry matin, v.-.Tr. ii'.ipror-Tivr. Bocra lire Ircirm'I a aplcmlid exaiiiplo. Mated that h, her hoard "o: pcrformcti' ,-f to tc a perorm. atwilu.g cnicsome task at the request of (hg- coitple iofpilllori.' ftdnuilly (or sis'fr. who resides Some- ifrlgntlon oitMBbn; was released .-..iBifiWsllrciigHt.Piir J (in ?i.nfl >.'-n 1 '.r. VA. i. Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St. S, Rev. Chas. E, Cragg, B.D., Pastor Mr. Claudo Hughes. L.A.B., Choir Master It Worship. Sub- ject, Need of You." 12.10' cession 'in tho Sunday. School.. '.30 Worship. The Gospel of the 2nd Ch.in.ce. The-pastor will at "both morning and evening services. Mr.. I'etloy, secretary of the Rovn' Welfare work ot the Y.M.C.A., will'lie the special speaker at the Sunday school. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH 1.ETHSRIDGE Rev. T. Pastor 1271 8th Ave. N. Phone 1651 Choir Leader, Mrs. F. Jackain. 10 a.m.: Hoys' Dspl. ot the Sunday School In the Hall. 11 a.m.: Topic, "Walk In Newness of Life." 2 o'clock: Beglnncra Primary do- partments ot the Sunday School In the Hall. 2 o'clock: Girls' Dept. ot tho Sunday School In tho Church. 3.16: Adult Dept. o( tlia Sunday In the Hall. 7.16: Song Service. 7.30 Topic: "The kingdoms of this world aro becoming l.ho Klngdoma ot our Lord and Hla Christ." WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH ASSOCIATED DIBLE STUDENTS Dominion BIdg., 6th .Street S, Sundays, p.m.: Bible Slurty. Sundays, p.m.: Dlbjc Study. rdncsiliiys, p.m.: Hiblo Study, by praise, prayer aad ICE- tfmony meting. All No Colleotion, 'All publications of Society may now ha obtained locally, Including "Finished Mystery." PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Bloci'c McAUster. BETHANY HALL 205 13th Street North Sunday Meetings Worship and Breaking of Bread, ll a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evangelistic Service. 7.30 p.m. (lot's Way of Salvation Proclaimed. A Hearty Welcome To All, Sunday services: Morning, 11.00 a.m. Kvo.iinB, 7.30 p.m. iilbie School, 3.00 p.m. -Tuesday nlghl, S.OCi p.m. People, S.OO Kvdryliody welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sundny.Sorvieo at 11 ft.m. Sundny School, IZ'.iO n.m. Testimony Mccllug, Wed. nl 8 p.m. Heading Iloom opon daily from 3 lo C p.m, KNOX PRESBYTERIAN Cil'JRCH Connor 4th Ave. and 8th Street 3. A. H. Minister. Ernest F. Layton, Organist and Choirmaster. KM a.m.: Sabbsth School. I a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. Ll a.m.: Morning Communion service. 12.15: Dig Sisters. 2 p.m.: nig Brothers. p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 o'clock: Evening Service, Special music by the choir. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner oi 3rd Avenue and ,9th street Pafbi, .Minister Mr, b. Jiries, Director of-.Chair WHA'i' .WB STAND Evangelical Ministry, Itegenoralo Membnrshlp. Keligluits Liberty, Christian Kquailty nnd Biblical Au- thority. Services at 11 Morning Wor- ship. Sunday School and Iilbie Class at 12.15 in the Slh Ave. Norlh Church al 3 p.m. Wo are.-liCKlnumg n new miartcr lessons In the Mfo ot Christ, and we are expecting every.member present, livening Service nl 7.30. Subject, "Aro the Saints lo Judge (he Communion of tho Lori's Supper at tho close, of Ihe evening service. Everybody Wnlcoma SALVATION ARMY 11 fl.m.: Holiness Meeting 2 p.m.: Sunday School, 3 p.m.: 1'ratce Meeting. p.m.: Salvation Menllng. AtlJ. Hardy and I.t. Kdo, oiTiccr chilr.cn, CHRISTIAN CHURCH Car. Srd Ave. anfljjlh St. n, 10.SO Sunday School. rls 11 an Eu do n vor, ;