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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBSIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER posed liy Judge .'ncVisou. who dreu at- leutlon to th9 fact that it was not (ho clmrvto that wassailing cut the jieopls. That tie church not a dead cause was tbo inspiring lucasase' of I'iisft. aa h? painted out. mighty iueetuigo! 2.500 Wshoys ot the Atigllcan ChUtcli ill the St. Auguslin's Congregation En- joyed a Harvest Home Sup- Paget Present A gtovftns testimony to tho of the amalgamation of the parishes tl St. Aiigustjn and St. Cyprlaii. in the uuiiea uiris'u SL'Au'Kustiii, was at- lorded In the- success of the Karrest HoTne .supper held ,iu- the basement oE Kuox church oh'Tuesday. iiighL The supper, was .iiuder tte-.auspices ol the Anglican Young People's Asso- ciation. It was a fitting sequel to Iho success which attended'tho Harvest Thanksgiving held, on last, both from z financial end and (he record the church. Oyer 200 guests, members of the congrega- tion, assembled, with ROT. Bar- row in the chair. The gathering was honored by the presence ot Dean Paget, of tho Gatliedral, made a very illuminating reference to Lam- beth Conference, with Its' bishops assembled, voicing the need of ihe re- union of Christendom in the union of the churches of Christianity. There Fere folicitious aiid a splendid spirit evidenced in the meeting. Tho toast to the .was pro- churth and LomphasUed tha of that -'closer unioii which awaiit the re- ualou of Christendom. In all the his- tory of the church, emphasized the the church Is more thau ever needed today. Dr. Conybeare, in proposing the toast o( the Sunday school, aafd that on it lay the future, hope of the cLurch. It was the building ground for those who we're to take the place church: today a democratic cburch; it .was that ot tbo people and not of the bishops, though we recog- nlied their rate. The toast was re- sponded to by Mr.' Butler. In calling on Mr. Freeman to pro- pose the toast of the choir, the rector referred to the loyal support given Us members. Mr. Freeman FBIi.N'iE, B.Ci Oct. lulurs at Michel are' reported' practically M'.e as'itho ies-ult ot stride vole of the miners yesterday. jLast night tho Fertile miners also decided to walk out. ThU will caute eu almost complete tlcup of the mines operated by the Craw's Nest Pass coal com- I pany. It is understood the cause ot the suspension ot work Is the controversy over the United Mine Workers ot Am- erica Tvvelve hundred men ara idle. LETHBRIDGE BOY AWARDED MEDAL, pointed out iho debt ths congregation i-ouipauiej j'i: Guuuer Charles Taylor, 923 2nd Ave. South, a former member ot the 2nd Canadian Division, has received a 1914-35 Star. The following letter EC- owed the ctoir, and expressed the ap- preciation in which it was held. The toast was replied to by Mr. J. Welling- ton. The Ladles' Parish "ills Majesty the King has. been graciously pleased to authorize the issue of the 19H-1C Star whldi t am directed by the Honorable tho XII it- Auxiliary was lister of .Militia and Defence, (o cou- to Mr. .1. K. Simpson to propose. vey to you herewith." NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PRICES FOR COAL Delivered in the city after this date by the undersigned 2 TON 1 TON qp for 2 TOrJ ,1 "TON for A McLfAN TRANSFER PONY EXPRESS CITY CARTAGE -WESTERN TRANSFER ATLAS TRANSFER J. H. O'REILLY-TRANSFER GOLDEN WEST TRANSFER NORTH LETH. TRANSFER TRANSFER C. MATCHETT TRANSFER E. COCKRELU TRANSFER CITY TRANSFER SHERMAN TRANSFER and brought forth a very capable re. ply from Mrs. Beutley, who laid stress on tho, function of the association to bring to the church spiritunl uld apart from flriancial aid.' The'Church'Cduicilwasproposed by Mr; K, D. Johnston, and responded to by. Sirs. Kellogg. The last toast on. the lift .was the A. Y. P. A., pro- posed by Mr. C. B. Bowman, and re- plied to by Mrs. P. Roy and Miss Violet Hagell. The .splendid work'done by the rec- tor during Ills guidance of the parish, alluded to by Dr. Taylor, brought forth a volume of cheers, with a hrc-ak- ing out on the part of those present (Sdg.) E.. C. Ashton. Adjt.-Cen., Canadian Militia coupled with the name of Mrs. Bar- row, followed by a tiser. The attraction of the evening'was greatly added to by vocal selections rendered with beautiful voice and ex- pression by Mrs. Husbund and Miss Wise, the contralto and a re- csnt acquisition to the cliqir, and, as the rector put it, a "wise" a delightful piano selection by ilra. Frank Colpman', who also acted as ac- compunisl; a recitation by Miss Wash- brook, and ft monologue by Mr. But- ler. The asssir.bly broke-up with the LAMBETH APPEAL jAt the usual service of inter- .Cfssions held ut St. AuKUStin's ba Wednesday evening at S, -the rector wlil read op- peal to all Christian pcopie from tho bishops assembled In the Lambeth Conference of 1920 on the re-uulou ot 'Christen- Uoni." "A cordial invitation is extend- ed to all. Into "they Are Jolly Good singing "Auld" Lang" Syne.' MEDICINE HAT. Oct. Tho lo- cal Monarchs are again ciurnploas of the province of Alberlu. They rq-. tslnal title by lakiag tie firit of Ihis afternoon's gjraes from tho gary Hustlers, winners of -the north-' emisccllon of Iho province and the, only contenders for the title. Harry O'N'eill opposed Stoddart on thb mound lii this afternooo'a game and while both -veto .touched up in only one. inning tho Calgar. score, the only error, nmda by the Monarchs figuring ly; iu.tiieso.tallies. The final ECofp. 7'to. 4.'' Carpenter made tee fea'- tiue series when he.cap- tured a high fly in right centre after a hard run and whipped the hall lo tho. plate for a perfect double play.S' IGlilfFOR I NT! Notice is hereby given that no further appli- cations for.gasservipe. -will be received After 5 PI, Oct. 15, a CANADIAN fESTERt NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT POWER CO. 620 7TH STREET, SOUTH OTTAWA, Oct. Regulations designed to control th.6 fuel situation in view .of a possible coal shortage duriag the .-winter months are under consideration .by the board ot railwsv commissioners It, Is likely that they form- ally adopted promulgated within the, nest day''or two. It Is learned that the regulations will'''to a great "extent follow the lines ot those which proved effective during .the shortages of recent win ters. in one important particular however, they will be different [rom the resulatipna previously in force In view of the fact Ihit conditions as to fuel'-supply for the next six monthi vary a great deal in the different prn vinces the new regulations will bt ir.ide optional. A province ".maj tbeiD or not as authorities decide. It necessarily fol lows that a larger measu-re of con> trol will rest with the provinces. 01 U. M DOFF FLAGS Excidng. Incident of Opening Day of Coat Strike at Urumheller HOMONTCW Oct. illuMrttS- the eiistcaee of a strong national 'lins in the Drmnheller district. Mr. Karmlio tells of an incident which occurred at the Monarch mine. On night of FWdajr. the day ot the strike, a weeting bad been called to discuss tho situation. their way to (he meeting the XB.TJ. paraded with every man 'ng a IHtlo'red flag and shouting antl- epithets. There Is a bunch ot some JS A'ova Scolians at this min- ug camp who, on seeing the dUplay of rid flags, iBsisied lhat these' be removed. Refusal lo do so brought tho issue to a climax at once, for the men of ho Bluenose.province proceeded with bare fiats learned to- day the Hoard of Railway Commfasion- trr, have not yet received any intima- tion from tlic Dominion-Government that ils judgment inihft railway rates faso will come Ijaok to: that boily will) some directions as to ftcations jml adjustments of tho find- ings o? tno BRING ABOUT AGREEMENT BETWEEN ALLIES ON GERMAN REPARATIONS Oct. 7. A conference soon to bo lid.! between Premier be- lacrok of IMRluiri and DaviJ ,GcorKG of llritain. Is exp.ccfocj to bring abflnt an asrcemonl between tho al- lies on Ibc filiation of Oerrnan repar- p.tlons, according to (he Independence llclgnt The ncn-oiKiper points out that the Frcnrt nncl lirltlnh vifiwnolnls aro not entirely similar wi the subject. CAN HEAR LONDON CONCERT IN TRIESTE TK1ESTK.- Concerts given In n can be beard in Trlcst' by wire- less, according to n stnlcmcnt to Tho Associaletl IVcss William Marconi, tho inventor of Ihe wireless telephone, hero. "I Lave tvotvcii an ho said, "which will carry lone Ihtmnaml miles. I inlk reKtrlarlj11 with' txindon nnd get the news ol tho day." Liquid or Piaster They end corns now in this scientific way rwho o{ them end all corns in this way. They, apply Blue-jay, either in liquid or in-plaster foim. it means but a touch .and takes but a jiffy. The corn pain slops. "Then the Blue- jay gently undermines the corn so it loosens and comes out. The modern way Blue-Jay .was invented by a chemist who studied coins, It is made by-a laboratory of world- widerepuie. -..OW-line. treatjnenta anJ, mefficienf: Blue; jay it quick 'iiwi'v Now all corns' are pains can be avoided. To' let.eonn re. You can stop a com ache the moment ireppears. Yon can" com. pletcly before it can develop. BUe-jay proved facta to mil- lions. 11 will prove them to and if you let it. ..J-J Quit tte old ihelhoi of dealing with corns and see .what neV way Your druggiat Blue-jay. Plaster or Liquid The Scientific1 Corn Ender BAUER BLACK, Lhnited Tonmtv MiVca c! Ssint ONE 'WEEK ONLY HOSE ON SALE 20 (lozeli Ladies' Black Silk Hose. Regular piiee 1 I 6 Our clearing SEE THEM Ladies' Under wear On Sale 10 dozen Ladies' Vente, 10 dozen Drawers, odds and ends, clearing at leas than today's wholesale Moxtlv Watson's make BOYS' SUITS .1 Ladies' Coats, Dresses Smocks Received Daily Express .3, 4, 5 and 6 years, Cap, coat and. knee pants, heavy knit wool. Clearing 75 I. J. HILL CO. ;