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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1920 Former Lethbridge Is Popular At Fernie Church! (Special tu the Herald) 9TSRNIE. Oct. third aauual of the congregation of the United Church of Fernie was held In the btMment ot the church on neutar Bight and the largest congre- gation hat yet been present at such a meeting turned out to hear the reports ot the several departments of the church work and later to par- take ot excellent refreshments served by the ladles of the Ladles Aid of Hie church. After, a short opening service of prayer and song. led by tbe pastor. Her. W. F. Mr. Slott waa made chairman and Mr. H. A. Wilkes secre- tary for tho evening and the regular program as arranged was taken up. MUs Norma Douglas rendered a piano solo at.thq beginning. The ot the Board of 3es- Elong'and of the Maiiagers then fol- lowed. Dr. Garner, secretary of the Sections Board, mado a report of the progress despite many unforseen dif- fleullles, which had been made during the past year and his report was well received with a vote of thanks as was aljo that of Treasurer Douglas of the Board of Stewards.'This report show- ed a decided improvement lu the financial condition of the affairs ot the church as compered to the con dltipn at the beginning of the year.'; -The lurplus had shown a healthy increase and the collections had IncreftBed. Mri. L A. Fisher, president of the 1 ladies' Aid society of the church, made a most ecccurasSns report of vthe doing! of that important branch of the' church work. Over one thous- and dollars had been collected and ap- preprinted to.different branches ol Ihe work and was shown.to be most In 'need ot funds. Tho Women'J Missionary Society re- port-was mado by Mrs- Gee, and while she reported small 1 interest taken was growing aud the hoped to be able to report a much greater membership UM near fu tare. Several meetings mt which In tereating speakers had'boen present had been held. Mr. McEwen, secretary ot the Sun- day School, reported an areraga at tendance ot approximately 150, bnl reported a great need uf more teach era There la noticed ft decided in crease In attendance and he made an appeal for more teachers 'to enable them'to take care' of tbe growing in terest m 'tbe schooL Mrs T. Lawes farored the audience witli .two very finely rendered solos daring the evening ana the choir ren dered part song with good, effect. Miss Began, secretary of .the choir reported a reviving 'interest -in: tha branch ot the wprX and a vole thanks wan heartily to Mis West lor her-efficient work at- it organ tfiid to the .whole choir {or faith- till Mr. U off atf, leader, was also the recrplent of the good wll! o the for his regular, ai and efficient leadership. election of both, ofticitl boanU of the church was Uwn held and Dr Mr l.UUey and .Wm. Stodrirell wert added to the Beard ot Session to fill vacancies had 6ecs. la from the city and one resignation- TAe Board of Stewards, rvras al a body, with Uio addition.of Mrs. LA. Fisher who was elected to fill the only vacancy in that body occored during tho year. .As .now coneUiuted, two lady members ot the congregation are ou the board, Mrs. W; R. Wilson, who holds and Submitted Attitude Of Labor To The Tariff Commission Coaldale Is Scene Possible New Governor Genera! of Canada W. D. Bayley, M.P. lor Assiuibois, who submitted the attitude, lu a broad vay, of Labor, organized and miorgan- ieu, to tie aTrlK Commission at (ho ussioa la Winnipeg, lie fiivureu tariff. Mrs. Fisher. who is also president of he ladies' Ak; Society. Her. W. F. Jurns is chairman of tho Board ol Session and'Dr. Garner secretary, and ho old officers of the Board ot Man- agement wera( re-elected, Chairman, D. V. secretary, A. Corrie. and Douslas. A little Burprlso perpetrated upon (ho pastor Just before adjourn- ment 6i what was conceded to have >eea the roost successful congrega- loujil meeting jet jjeid the United Church, when the chairman asked for an unanimous; welcoming vote to be extended 'to. 'the pastor, us such au official, and' formal welcome had not 3een extended to him. In accordance with his urge lit request when he first Came'to the charge. The was tbo moat cordial of the evening and Pastor Burns had to respond with a short talk which .was 'ullb_J good 'counsel and of hops for theiEuture of the church. Thus oloiod tho. .successful congregational meettjig yet held by the United Church and ail went away feeling that they bad spent a -.iiioat profitable as well as a nipst enjoyable eVenlng. i UYom Our Own Correspondent) COA1.DALE, Oct. visit ol :Ur. C. H. Heustis of the Lord's .Day Alliance uvonght out a good' crowd. j Although a program of moving tures was promised In Conner 'lion with'the lecture did not mater-1 jl.iilze because of non-arrival of the u very good evening was spent. Musical .numbers were provided byi i MeaJau'.es Myers, Ureer and Kamsey, also by Thclmar and Jlabel Lock j wood and Ed. I'eJerson. Dr. Huestis gave a flue, broad and I statesmanlike exposition of tbo placb uf Sunday In our national life under the title "Something Canada cannot j afford to lose." The result of the lec- ture was. that all thought that thej I Lord's Day Alliance was fanatical, on Lord's Day Act tyrannical, moved from the minds of the aud-j nee. The Eastern Star daace ou Friday as well attended by many I.eth-i people as'-well as the usual cal devotees of the Boor. The Tunis boys and Trull Rangers e now busy with organization for o winter's program and u good dele atlon is expected to attend the Boys' onferenco In Lethbridge oa October ird and 24th. Rav. W. B. Galloway tbe travelling icretsry for youcg peoples and Sun ay school work, unable to come i Coaldale last Friday as nnhoirac- ..'because of family affliction. .He 111 como however, on Tuesday next, ctobcr 19tb, nnd address a meeting ;i TAKES PAIN OUT OF RHEUMATISM Keep handy for badcachfl atralna and tpraint, too Liniment has been sold for SJTyears. -Today, it is more popular thaa ercr.. can be but ooe anevfer Sloan's produces re- witiDut rubbing, it peae to the afflicted'part, bringing roliel from rbcumatic twingec, ca; core, stiff, strained muscles- bacioiches, sprains, and other eiter fnai pains, often tho result of It leaves no mnsslnoss. i-.-staln or clogged porea. a large bottle fur greater Keep it handy for use when fMedtd. Your o'ruggist has it. Tlirco 51.40., Made In Can Sloa Liniment (From Our Own Correspondent) STIRLING, Oct. op- erations are-nearly at au end herd, Alfred'Herscbe'is through and -baa put engine and separator for this season. :'tHenry Selk is uot quite 'through butywDl-be In; another da j or'two if weather conditions continue favorable. Some of the formers are busy hanl Ing from ijethbrldge'as the roads ara'fn ideal shape now from there heavy frost here the last few nights, as water has frozer a of an Is cry bpol: breeze .Last Monday night Mrs. R. O. Hardy a.-party hi honor of her sister and siater-in-Iaw Urs. Gonevieve Dsngerfleld. who hav been visiting with them and who havi gone to their homes in Utah. They eft Friday morning. Everybody irhc t tended party had a'rery nid fane.'The evening ivas spent lu.play which the charming hos' ess at a lively rate. Ther waa also a'very nlco Tlolln and plan duct given by Mr. Duncan ils staler, Raymond. Abaa eleven thirty a dainty lunch waa seryefl, V 1 Thnfjisy evening tha Stako officer of the fY. 1. A. mrt with th local officers In tba church house an held Tho main topto was the stamping out of tho tobaoco CT and the wprk that Is to he carrio nut in the Mutual9 this coming wlti'.o Mr. Mr. Irvine Kawns, Mi Mrs. Snow were over from Raymond. After the meeting cake an ice cream were served. Thursday evening tho friends Barton gave a parly in he honor before she left for Salt Lafc City with her eranduiolhe Jants expects to bo away nil wir.tc Saturday night the Eckhardt compai will play In Stirling. Everybody w! bo there. CASCARETS 'f'They Worksite Sleep" DEATHS OF MACLEOD DISTRICT LAD1E Cur Own Correspoudeut) Oct. a meel- i lug of the YauxbAll District Board ot iTrsiie, on Tuesday last, which was I fully, attended by tho farmers of tho I district, the bylaws and (.oustltution i were discussed acd liually adopted. Amongst those present were Mr. J. ;McLane, representing tho Canada Land aad IrrlsaUon Cotupany, and i Messrs. Staples and Barter represent- hie! the Otis-Staples Lumber Co., who have large holdings here. In vle-w ol I amount' of activity around was suggested that Vauinall fEhould hftvo- Sraprored faclllllec fqr h.tndltug trelght, and that tho train service should be> Increased. The meeting was of.tho opinion that the provincial government had been prompt in answering their calls; school inspector and telephone fluent have already completed arrangements and Vauihsll district will be looked after in these respects. The Bow slope farmers from across the river sent their representative to the meeting'to assure us of their hearty co-operation and their desire to help us in obtaining concessions for the general benefit of the communities. tl.R.H. tho Duke ot Teck, youngor brother of the Queen, is aguin persist-' nd consult with those interested In mentioned OB the Governor Gen- uuday school and youug peoples' ork. The grain blockade still keeps up, f to 40 wagons continuously for iclr turn to unload. ANE OF CHILD LIFE IS MILITARISM life is not worth con- ervlng from disease "if once more it to be conscripted in tho great game declared Arthur Black, secre- ry of the Shaftebury Society of Lon- on, England, in ah address.today at ybbashl before tho delegates to .the rorld's Sunday School He aid that militarism, ignorance :'fihd oral evil decimated infant, life, be- oad the power of the human mind imagine.- The photo shows the 'amtly. 'ADOPT AMERICAN IDEA SHANGHAI, sept. The Chartered -Stock and Produce Ex- change of Shanghai, Limited, which has been opened hero is the first trading mart fashioned along Ameri- can lines ever brought iuto operation by Chlneso'lu their own country, llu Yah-ching, ivho is a 'prominent ship- ping magnate, is presideut of the ex- change with which were registered at tho tinie of its'b'peniug 39 share- brokers, 24 cotton brokers, 17 yarn brokers and 3S brokers. provision and oU HOT PIE Another Use DitcorereJ For. Ttoie Oio Cutxi. Here is a recipe calling for no rneat other than the concentrated beef-goodness to be found in the familiar Oxo cube. Peel slice sufflclent potatoes to half fill a large pie dish, add few ;stnaU onions, also sliced. Put into cold water, bring quickly to a boil, boll; onB rninutev then drain. Pit back in pie d Ish in th few slices of tomato, season .with pepper and salt 'and flavour with herbs. Dissolve one Oxo cube in'} sint of milk and pour over mixture. Put few bits of butter oa top and bake for two hours in moderate oven; "It's delicious. ,.All deal ers sell Oxo In tins of fottr.'ten, and fifty cubes. Do W Do 111 Tako CaJicareU to- Bight for your liter nnd bowels and ap free from constipation, bil- iousness, sick headache, or a bad i cold. You will feel as hatpy as a Wrd, your head will bo clear, your stomach and breath and skin rosy. No Inconvenience. love Cascarets too, 10, 25, (Macleod Times.) The .death occurred on morning at Lclhliridgo of MJ.I. Herr- ing, wife of Harry Herring. Tho de- ceased wan r. well Known resident uf Macleod, having resided hero for a number of years, Sho was a daugh- ter o( Mr. and Wra. St. Qcorse, ot Hazelnlere. Tho Mrs. Herring la survived by her husband aud six small children. Her death was nol unexpected as she. had been suffering for some time past with tubercular trouble. tyary June Shield, wife of the Into i Thomas Shield, died at her hnme nt .Kathwell on Ronriay. Ootober'llth nt I tho age of sixty-six Mrs. .Shield had been in liealth for two years past and her rle.ith waa In i ifits nature tit the culmination of a gradual decline. Tho deceased lady c.i.ne hero with ihcr husband (Thomas Shield, who died about four yeara ago) twenty- one years since, from Kent County Onl. Mrs. Siilcld WAS a meiuber of, Hie Methodist Church, was ;iu ardeiitly active church worker In congregation- al affairs ut Hathwcll nnil is lament- cd by co-workers and a host of friends in this district, and is mure Intimately mourned by her II. Shield and P. Shield, Hathwell. and Wesley ShJoW, Maclood. ON.W.L of .the Liberal.Party.in Canada, will hold 1 in tlie M TJpfTEr1 TUPSTPDir 1 iMJESTIC THEATRE TONIG AT 8.15 O'CLOCK Hon. Mr. King will be accompanied by the follow- ing gentlemen: HON. W. L. McKENZlE K1NQ Hon, Dr, Beland, M. Ps; Ernest La- pple, Uf. C. Kennedy, Andrew Haydon RECEPTION A reception will be held in the Auditorium of the. the same day from 4.30 to 6 p.m. under the auspices of the Local Council of ERNEST LAPOINTE, M.P. Women. ALL-LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT ARE CORDJALLY INVITED Banquet: A banquet will be held at the Silver Grill at the close of the Mass Meeting. Tickets, each, TICKETS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE FOLLOWING DRUG STORES: J. D. Hloln- bolham Co., Hedlcy Drug Co., Sydney Jackson, Ret) Cross Drug anrf Bodk Co., Stokes Drug Co., People's Drug Store, E. J. SEHL, Chairman Reception Committee Phonca; Office 762, Reiidence 1095 GOD SAVE THE KING Water is still running in our ditches and farmers ore busy irrigating. It Is hard for our across the line In Idaho and Washington to rcmllia that, as late as October 16th. we aro still using water when in many cases, their own. systems have already been ut down. There la 'no doubt that e Irrigating tbet is being done now ill ehow up_rsiy appreciably la the elds neit year. sjM. Nprrio Fawcetl, who ban- e farm' mvchiiiory and -Implements Medlulna Hst; have espressed their ;enlion'of'opentnc up an implement use af Vamhall.-- They will carry full line of.John Deere and Cock- utt and have practically ade arrangemenla for handling Ins- rial and Rumaly producIs. AXIOAB8 FOR BfliTlsK LABORERS a Guild- rd builder, tas adicittert was ur- ine his men-to and from work in the Job. He declared It was cheaper to hire utomobil.es than to hare hlo men loio hours. chamber of 20 (eat and and one-half fwt high has been Mtn who betn. gatsad and-suffer'difficulty of breathing will be put In the chamber- for five days or more 'and will breath oxygen continuous-.. ly. ThV treatment wat' devised by Prsfesaor Joseph Barcrotl of Cambridge Unlvtralty and Doctor., Q. H. Hunt of Hospital. TO CURE, MEN- GASSED IN WAR LONDON, Mall) -attempt It fattna to cure men 'have been gaited In the war, onygen breath-' Ing. At Guys Hetpltal air-tight WlurdOU Hiralin1. Wizard OU ii simple ud effective treatment (or koih headache and neuralgia- Rubbed in where the psin Is, it easts the tortured nerves and almost variably brings quick relief.- supply on hand. Wizard Oil is a good dependable preparation to have in the medicine chest for first aid when the doctor may be far away, Its helling, anti- septic qualities can always be re- lied, upon as a preventive against infection, or other serious remits, from sprains, bruisev bum, bites and stings. Jut u good, too, lor sore feet, tti8 neclc, frost bjla, cold sores and canker tores. xtn Stc. II Ten an troubled trr Wlatrl Unf JoA ptewMlt UHlt Blafc jKT Get him to tell you about the early days in Southern Alberta. These residents of many years can supply the material for the best stories iii the What will be the Southern ''Alberta. school that will win the prizes? The winners will advertise the efficiency of the training received in the.schools4hey THERE WILL BE EIGHT PRIZES, DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS ADULTS First prize.........-----............[ Second prize.......................... 50.00 Third prize............____.......... 35.00 Fourth 20.00 Consolation prizes. SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 First prize Second 30.00 Third prize 20.00 Fourth 10.00 prizes. CONDITIONS (1) Competition will be con- fined to bonaflds residents In Southern Alberta. (2) Stories must not exceed (3) All stories must he Icglb- ty writton And on ono jjldo of paper, (4) In awarding markrt, for merit slresi will ne placed on (ho particular Interest ot tie Contribution and the particular narrative form tn whtcli It la wrlllon. Hegard will nlso be given to Ijterary mid gramranll- cal tonstructlon. (6) Competllors must not at' (aeh name to the- paper upon which slo'ry is written. The name nnd address are.- to be written on a separate slip of paper. Tho Herald tho right of using any of .tho stories whether.In the prize list or nol. AH contributions will remain piiiierty ui liio Hornld. There will be three judges ap- pointed to examine arid dodilo on the niorlts ot the contribu- tions. Of these two will be from tbo ontnlde, and ono membor ot lha''Uornld edltorlnl staff. The decision ot tho juugot will in nil moa be final. The competition It opon, with- out entry foe. If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald 0 Story Competition The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once, THE HERALD WOULD LIKE TQ KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THE NAMES OF THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE COMPETING IN THIS COMPETITION. ;