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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta s ;AGS THE LETHBRIDGE'DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. RICH MINE AFTER CHAMCTER IN NOVEL, PICKED UP ON TRAIL BY PROSPECTORS TO TRY TO ELIMINATE JAPAN'S GEISHA GIRLS is r.ojn to lie the scene of a baitle of women. The C. T. 1.1., convention nt Karulzawa, !he popular summer re-i sort where each year foregather nill-j and to escape tbe heat at tbe dog days, bave thrown down a chatlengevto the geisha, and Woman j have decided to da fchelr-best to was (Ws (amous in the j Land of tbe Cbrysaitueurim. WINNIPEG, MM.. Oct. observed on earth, irospectors are not usually reading i control ul affairs and- many curious iien. that fs not renders of current; customs and cnndllions were revealed. iierature They read rocks and some-' Gold was so abundant that !t had prjc- imes their interpretation ot jr-t Mrs. iirown. Mr. Uennis was SI cause her lord find iiiaster fiods the-of age. The fur.cra! took place from '.attractions'of the :teabguse greater tbv residence of Mrs. Drown on Satnr- ,an tbose.of faiiiily circjp, and d Sometime before, when he and his rar'ncr, Johnny Mosher, picked up a covered, volume'on a portage. It was called "The Sunless and tha bad: portion 01 ths book was missing. Tits reading matter was tucked nway In the blanket for'perusal on a rolny day. it told the story of H .world within, where everything took its importance in reverse order to that pinion search for Dr. Flln 'Ion's "hole" was completed, so far .5 they were" cooeerned. So they amed the luin'e after the character In the book. THndsorites :'are'assured of-'t coal from the municipal fuel yard if'd.ealers arc unable to supply them. please in Tbe crops that are threshed anil are being threshed are all and more Iban wero EMBARK UPON COAL MINING IN ALBERTA TORONTO, On- tario -mining companies, one gold and one silver, will embark upon coal mining In Alberta as a result of. permission given yesterday .to this end.. The Mclrityrt Porcupine mines. and the TemTska- mlng .Mining company will buy the 3lusL Diamond coal, mines and secure an option Canadian cgal two properties located about 200 miles west of Edmonton. HIGH .COMMISIONER DROVE ENGINE TO JliKUSALKM. '.qet; Sir' Herbert' Samuel, 13rili.Eh high coinmissluner Tor Palestine. yesterdsy; drove ine last spite into the. sleeper ed the m." v'.' widened liuo between Ludd. two .miles norlh- east ot Uainleh and Jaffa. Ho, tben dooned overalls anil "drove the engine f rom Liiild to Jaffa.: sir Herbert slop- pAl the train at Tel-Aviv, the Jewish tublnb' ot Jaffa w.liere cruvyd showered the'eufilno wlib. flowers.' Sir, .Herbert said, the of the; ncjw railway line the Brat step facilitating business with Jaffii, wlucli, he declared, would iu tlie near the-.jRrgost.yort tu tha Urantford, Out., has a population ul TURNED; OVER TO FRENCH PARIS, Oct. territory, a former German possession In .Central Africa, was turned over to Krescn authorities by the British on'October to advices received here. Make stoves and utensils. Observed First Anniversary Of The Orion Church Our Own Correspondent) OlilOX. Ocl. On Sunday, Oct fd and the foliowins the Srst naiversarj services were held in con cction with tie Union church Orion. The Bev. Thos. Wilson of Medicine [at-preached in the afternoon from text "Rejoice evermore, with lit ceasing His discourse was lis en'ed to attentively by tbe andieiw 8 (be made use of events in the life Daniel sml others, showing GoS Was able to care for thos were constant in prayer. lit the exening he again preacliert akmr for his text "A -plant of rc- In tha sermon he gave pas- ige-i m scripture which of ie-qU2 Christ as a root, a plant, a viue, tC fjnrlns'the'.attcniqoa service a brief il lorr of the., church wai given by Vr i.ggleston, tracing back to the] held by Mr. Fraser.about: 1110 in the house of llr.-.EB: UeclOT jusl uorlb of Orion. The work t-r the Huflents who followed, iip to lie time that Orion WES nnt on the .nap and the efrtrts nf Mr. Koberi- son in organizing for tlie building of the church, which dedicated on August otb 1S17, by the liev. J. W. Jildrrow. of Medicine llaL Mr 1 Peck n brief state. of the financial side, Eliowing that-the church had cost over and that there was still a small debt to be dealt with. The Sunday services were well at- tended and the members cf the church ivere well satisfied Vitli the day's ser- On Monday evening the Kev. Thos. Wilion his lecture on John G. Talon D I) the'noted missionary to (ho jleltrides, known as the Can- nibal Islands in Dr. I'a'.on's time. The lecture Vivid'description ot Dr. Haton's work during the lirno he was on thf islands .the.use. of To lantern slides (these slides are the only set ot their kind in Canada and haye been 'rnide especially for.Mr Wilson s lecture on this subject) was, pole to shoivVthe aitdicnce the con slant dangersiwhicli befall a white man when he'goes to.take tbe gospel to maneating blacks. By faith'and grayer' Dr. Palon pass ej Ihrotigh all tbe dangers which sur rounded hint and lived'to see a won rferful change In tlie land where ho had spent the'best part of hia life 'The church was crowded for the lee ture and it Is hoped that when Mr AViiBon tomes again a larger.'inilldtng cart be secitfed-forUbe crowd." freewill qfferiiigs were taken up ti defray the of tlie service And to help.the.'work ot tbe church 'Ml1 Orion. On Tuesday, October 12th. the Rov T IV Morrow of-Medicine Hat is ei jiecled to apeak on the referendum issue In ths church. He IB also ex cted to address other meetings in tho districfilurlng the week. DOESN'.T BELIEVE TALK SOVIET DEMAND FOR PEACE RIGA, Oct. shown mosaget'from Hslslngfors and Narva yesterday reporting serl- strikes In Petrograd and agita- tion for peace In the soviet army, 1 M JoHe, hcaO 'of the Bolshevik peace delegation here, dismissed the reports fabrications. He declared that similar storks stantly -were being put In tion from Helslnofors. i THOMPSON-MAN WINS 3 O. P. NOMINATION FOR OOVERNOaSHi SJRlNOf'iKLD, 111., Oct. tne state caovaeslng board complet' its work Wednesday.' odiclal tola showed I.en Small of Ksnkakee, th j-Kepublican fanilldate. (or governor, Hd a plurality of Toles Governor j fioyiernor I.owrten Mr. Overcoats Termed 'Smart' The Blood chief who died on the Bipod Reserve a few days ago, fought in the last great battle be- tween and Blackfeet, close to-the pres- ent city of Lethbridge. A story ol the Injian Battles could: be very well written FOR- 0 O 1 What the that irill win the prizes? The. winners mil advertise the'efficiency of the training received in the schools they attend.: know. But we Just how the term "smart" as used -in connection with style originated we don't ki do know it aptly expresses these Semi-ready; Tai lored overcoats we're showing now. The cloths are woven by men who were smart' in developing warm practical, durable fabrics. The artists who conceived the pattern effects were smart in'evolving such rich and impressive treatments. The designer who modelled the styles were smart in their ideas of fitting and drap- ing to attain distinction and and the craftsmen who tailored these coats were smart in the deftness of their needlework to insure shape retention. Surely such overcoats are just called "smart." Heather-knit Top Coats at Can'be stuff- ed into trunk or bag, taken out, shaken, and' look as smart as though freshly pressed. Other Fall Top Coats in Tweeds and from to There's a smart new Frieze all- winter coat we show at that is the equal of any value. HUDSON BAY COMPANY Exclusive< store in Lethbridge for Semi-ready Tailored Clothes, THERE WILL BE EIGHT PRIZES, DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS ADULTS v First prize Second 50.00 Third 'prize 35.00 Fourth prize 20.00 Consolation prizes. SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Years First prize Second prize 30.00 Third 20.00 fourth, prize 10.00 Consolation CONDITIONS (1) ton- Tineil to': lionaflilo In Kouthorn Albcrta.j (2) Ktorlos must not exceed wonls. (3) All stories must lio ly written and-on (me side of paper. In awarding marks for merit stress Vr-ill be placed on tho particular interest of tho contribii'.lon am! the particular Tiarratlve form In which it Is written.' llcganl. will nlso bo given 16 niid cal construction, Comuelilors must-not at- Inch name {o tlie paper.upon whlcli story Is written. Tha name''anil address are to" be written on a sopnrato slip ,of pnper. Tlio lie-raid reservee tbe right of using any ot the slorica whether in tho prizo list nr not. All contributions will "remain the property of Herald. There will bo three judges pointed to examine nml decide on the mcclta of tho contribu- tions. .Of these two will be 'from the outside, hud one a member of tho Herald editorial staff. The decision of the judges will In nil cases be final, The competition is open, with- out entry fee. If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald Story Competition The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once. ;