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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta f I HEIULO. PAGE'TEN" MONDAY, OCTODEU 20. 191'J tne Ideal to Aim At Recent Congress and Organization of Next i Congress i.d America in 1920. (The follow! DC article on the ricen'- prospwulve ot ;hc World's Bmtlierhood movement, was supilled Cauidlsn limit- ed.'by Mr. DATIS, editor of the Hamilton T-tnes. who one. ot loo Canadian deltsa'-es to tte recent Brotherhood Conference in London.) Onl, Oct. (85 Canadian Pacific tleanuhlp. Emp Ivss ot ended her'firal transatlantic Irip at Quebec, ihls Track there olf Ihl males- lie ship the Canidlan and Amoncan fo Ihe ,'irel World Broier- hooel l men ivho had instrumental In organizing the first Brolberhooci1 rederatlon. and who had attended one of the most unique and polcnjllil meetings .-ever held in Old London. The CMBidiaa delegatlouVas by fair iho largeet-fron oversea- was taceeded only br iha British represenlallves. fcer'ed 57. which incliided the WITOS of some hmlf dozen ot I ie delegates. Tho Prime Minister of Canada. Sir Roherl L. Bordcn. gave UK movement hjodrow Wllscu.. of the United States, End other dlstVig world men. sent their mbs- cunsmtulattons.- Tbe Can- were given quite, a Icadinr in tha public nnd Dusl- mwilngB. In it was ctciefl br all IhEt ll WES the world vl- .Ion. ihe.ewrgr and ability ot'lho Canadian Thomas Howe 1 cl Toronto, which made the world Congress possible, anil wilh Mr. Hod- ili was associnWd Mr. J- O. McCarthy and other Canwh'sn enUiusissls. Her. J' G. Shearer, of "Aironlo. lor iM------Canadians were heard either in public reelings or Iu council. The mat Labor Leader. Veler be- came'one. of Ihe party coming home, and wns foremnst Brotherhood er ou the Empress, when tho World llroihorhood Federation elected ils officers the following Canadians were chosen- Hovrell.. Associate Secretary for North America; J. O McCarlliy, Cal. Davis, Dr. J. G. Shear jr. Her. J. Coburn and Rev. J. W Southam. Executive. The ConsreM and the forma lion of the WorW Brotherhood Fc-d eralion' show that "Humanily ha alr-jct; ila is says General J C, Smuts, "anJ once more ii on IE march" Many signs indicate tha huminlty Is trying lo find its ws Into a belter wo.rld order. And the Brotherhood CoflEVlxs which met in Ihe Ciu Temple. London, September IJth. is ono if Ihe EignlBcant signs ul promise. From the ini'de this Congress means that tto Brolherhood movement now clalms a dennlto status and place as a griat force In the inaiu cnrrent of the world's life. From the oulslde it evidence in the presence ol IHET or Happtty Stopped When He BeeuToWFnMts" SOrriwiSr., IU1J..P.Q. "Fora year, I suffered with -ffA.-a- Mtliim, btinj forced to -stay in bcJ for fitc I tried all kinds of mtdjcine without and thouctt I TTQLild BfTer bo able to iralt ipiia. One day whila IJIDJ in otwt "Fruit-a-tipa" the ireat fruit mMiciBe; and it seemed just whit I needed, so I decided to try II. Tin fint to.r kt'.ped and I took the tablets rejnUrly until evtry Incoof left mt." LOKESTO LEUCC. Me. a bor, G for At all dfakrj o: sent.t'oslpild by Limited, I in March World Brjtherhood Day, with such cien-Ises flt' tiug for the fullest ot tbe day. N The (reiuent eichasse of vlnti o( representatives of Canada and Ihe United Slates .who shall Interpret and uchaslie- Ike flrotherhooj message. 3. The preparation at such mater- ial In tho form of articles, lessons and papers as shall Interpret the princi- ples ol brotherhood in M the ttohs of life. l. The dedication of o'jrselvei and til to the lasfc and privilege ot leek- ing the reorganlzmlon of the Indus- trial order upou Ihe basis of brother- hood, and In eipression o! Us 6. dedication ol ourselves to IIIMT uni J. F. Dougherly Jlissing Since Last Spring Found in Cel- lar, Ktad Hlown Off the superlative worV ol emphasizing Iho brotherhood of manhlnd, of ta- carlng an effective Leagiis ol Na- UonE and Iha cultivation ol that in- ternational spirit which will make the, League a reality and a power. 6. The development and unifica- tion of men's orgKnlEatlone to the end that all men of kindred splrll rauy ap- ply themselves to .ihe sympathetic study of social conditions and bring to bear a unlled purpose in Ihe de- fence of whal Is wholesome and wor- Ihy, and in the recllflcalkm of evils and Inequalities thai stind in the way of brolherhood- spoke on and KeliE T W Davldeo'n, of .Montreal- on and tbe league of Na- Cal- Davis, of Hamilton, led U-.e discussion on "The and Ihe Rev. J. 1. Cosby Mor- ris oJ London, spolie ai-the Lord JIayor's reception iu Mansion House; ilev B B. Lancelty of Toronio. toolt part in Ihe great service in the City Temple at which. Prl.-mler Uoyd Gears'- save his 'wonderfnl addreis; Ttev. J. TVIiliamson. 3L John, was leader' of the mnsic; Rev Hamilton; Rev. W H. Hespeler; Rev. M. vilU Winnipeg; Kev..Jtihn CODUm, Midland; E. B. Ternrberry, of liock- Rots Smllh of. London; F. B. v.uie; of JV.C. Manly ef Siuiwlcheiran; J. R-- Sayre; of Csl- Ray. A.' F. MacKenlle, of Tor- ciS- Rer. X P. Latter, Winnipeg, delegales from twenty different coun: tries a widespread re- inonse to iha''Brotherhood messaje ihroughout world.'These two as peels of the movement find concrete eipretslon in Ihe creation, o! a per inlernaUonal organiialion to .'be inawn as the World Brotherhood j Ftfdfralion. In a real sense ihe Congress bad its icceplinn in the feeling of a lew men on-both sldesroi the Atlantic that the Ume bad come for Brolherhood men 1 to get together and take counsel. The actual beginning of. the Congress i found in tne dnrmg last spring lo and the .United Slates o 'ihe British National Brotherhood Council invited. Brotherhood men of njl lands Lo meet and consider what trie spfrit is'saying unto 'men. and lo asi what we can do to .create the brotherly spirit among the nations Lirge credit for the development of Ibis plans roust, be given to the Chris lian Men's Brotherhood Federation of Canada, and especially lo iU Secre lary, Thomas Howell, of Toronto. Salnrday aflernooh, September 3lh wan named as. Ihe ifirst gathering o Congress. "An enrollinent showei uisi twenty countries ware represent ed by 376 deleglaes. Of ih'ese 57 wer from Canada arid 15 from the United States. It is impossrble here to pve dclall of.the.prpceedjngs.; A.volum Is1 at'an early data giving the addresses and discussion in full. This, will he a valuable ot Brotherhood lon. Several noteworthy things msy be mentioned. First Is the large space given to the brotherhood bv the Loa- don papers. Some men have said thai this congress won a larger recognition from the press ihan any other relig- ious gathering for thirty ycara. Anolher is found in the personnel of tho congress. Sdnday morning tho Lord Bishop ol preached in SL Paul's a remarfcable. sermon on which In a real sense sounded the teynole to the congress. FORMER PORTUGUESE PRESIDENT A SENATOR l.ISDOX, OcU Bernardino Ma- chado. former president, was today elected senator to rc-pieseut Lisbon. Tho minister ol vvnr, Gen. Covaro. was elected deputy. Ills discharge papers, issued when he was demobilized in Doston iu June, notwithstanding, Pic. Parting, ol N'orthvlllc, received word that he was dead in Francs. PEACE RIVER. Alia.. Oct. .body of John K. Dougherty. been missing since the end of May. was Friday last iu the- cellar of bis' own dwelling at Hytho. some miles west ot Bearer Lodgo. Consld- prable vnvatery as to the whereabouts of Douiberty has all through the summer anJ various theories have been held as lo what Imd become of him. It was upon chance susges- liou ol his ivife, who U now under sus- pIclMi, as an accomplice Iu the man's dlsippearauce. ihat Sulli-1 VHU of the prormcial police made1 a Ihclough search o( the cellar and fin- ally found the body hidden under a pile of refuse and vegetables. Sam Dfuschi, 3. neighbor, and Mrs. bare boi.li been placed un- der Aureal. There was ijMce.ing be- Iwecii Druscbk and the dead man and Mrs. Dougherty now puts Lbo blame (or her husband's murder upou bioi. But her own stories are far Crbra be- ing consistent and when the- dropped e.hlnt Iho body might be in the bor that ho bod 'beat leaving fier to Irok utter the farm. At various times thereafter ebs told a num- ber of conflicting storlcj as'lo ho had soQB- Tue body v.ts found carefully sec- reted in Ihi; fcllr.r witli the lop of ihe head llou-u in very good prcserration, Iho mud of Iha earllicn floor having beeu seemingly picked around ll. A coroner's luquosl was held aud a verdict brought in lhat Dougherty came lo his death by a rifle glioi iu tlie head, the criuio being charged against Saul VJrujcbk HUI] Mrs. DouEherty. NO U- S. TROOPS v -BE SENT TO SILESIA "WASHINGTON, UuiicJ tatcs troops will not bo used to police Silesia or any other country (or wlricb, is proposed until the .treaty of Versnillos ha> tern rotlficd by tho senate.' Secretary, of War Baker au- uced today. cellar of house the police became even more susplcidus, wilh the result slie Is being beld [or luveiil lloih Dougberty has not been seen since May L'S.. Three days before he wee on i fishing trip with some friends aod'on the ZSih hlr- wife told a neigh Of Utmost importantt 'Pure, emiMwd cod-liver oUj is not medicine ai mmny tiel 'prone to think of roadieine. A EMULSION U ioim ol iKat is-ol h> many children. ThrnJ anoit childitn rtlitk Scott't a B "trmiin accepted the world over. Git. Scoff'i N at nick thMfi lla.0.1- 1WJ BLOOO MSONING Juhn H. Sayre. a justice cl Ibe peace al Ind... vas charged with speeding. He jjncd himself J10, pan of which win go to him for legal fees Tor hearing the case, i The foreigners who. during tlic wur, dodged naturalization lo avoid being drafted, will bo summarily deported If n bill presented at ;lon Is passed. How often lockjaw and blood poisoning result from Ihe neglect of a sliglil scratch or lillle cntl HanV liu's Oil is a safe and effec- tive first aid treatment It ii a pow- erful antiseptic and should It ap- plied inimcdialely to wounds ol this kind lo prevent danger of infection. Il is soothing and healing and quickly drives out piln and inflam- mation ici cases of sprains, cuts, burns, biles and stings. Jusl aji' reliable, too, for stiff heck, sore feel, cold sores, canker aorcSj eirache. and toothache. {jet it from druggist! for 30 cenls. If hot satisfied return the bottle and get.your money Lick. Kver constipated or have sick headache; Just try Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pilb, 30 Until further notice we are payirig the 'following cream: a 60c per Ib. Butter Fat, No. 1 Sweet Cream. 56c perlb Batter Fat, No. 2 Sweet Cream. 53c per Ib. Butter Fat, No. 1 SourCream. 50c per Ib. Butter Fat, No. 2 Sour Cream. We pay aft eipress charges and remit 17 Money Order by return I; mail.. CRYSTAL DAIRY Limited Announcement! Messrs. Watson, CampbeU Smitn, Ud. CALOA.RY AL1IRTA Wish to announce that it is the Intention of Company to enlarge their present business ttj carryiLg a ranch heavier of. thelt ilreadr well advertised llnea on this mariel, and many lines of which Ihe Company enllrelr controls lor the Province ot Alterta well is tor D. C-' Larger space will be secured by Copinanr for slorign and a mo-t complete flock of the following .will be carried In Calgary al ill seasons of Ihe year, thereby avoiding delay In making SAKE AND BAKERS' Supplld ind entire equipment, for lake Shopt, eonilitlhg of ill ciUlogut go.dt. s R'tiTAUnANT'ANO KlTCHErJ iilpKLIEtVi Coffe Urna, Lunch CounHr Silverware, etc. CANDY MAKERS' TOOH tACK AND ALL SUPPLIES- i.- IM Crtam Plrlor FurnHMreVetc. i -..A sample room opened recently In the Cily of Bdmonlon for the convenience, of cmtomers In Ihe'northcrn part of the Pror t Ince. Thli IB Uken care of by Mr. Colin A. Campbell, Secretary of the Company.' t The of the Company An hit. to thank Ihe Trade fo iplendld palronaga In Ihe pail >nd solicit a cor.llnuatlon ot bjilnm.'Tle Company always endearorfd lo any Coulee tidier, or Baker in Ih6 fir of repairing his equlpmet-l and loohln fwr.'lfB InierMls generilly. art inTited fo call and Inspect the moat up-lftdale Etoc obtalnabk, If (key for iheir business FOR HIOH GRADE CHOCOLATE FOR PROVINCE OF Ofice ut Wtrilwue fcctted 224 On the. tame day In Westminster Abbey eanon de Candote spoXe on the religion of brotherhood, and Dr. J- Forl Newton, In tha City Temrle spofce on the brotherhood of mankind In thousands" ot churches throughout Britain brotherhood sermons were also given. Thou a congress that can bring to It3 platform such men aa Lord Robert Cecil and Trot. Gilbor llurrar.. Mr. Arthur Henderson am Harry Johnson is sure to be a otable one. Beroud a congress _. can le iuviled to a reception In e Mansion House by the Cbrd Mayor nd the Lady Mayoress, of London, nd Is further addressed by the Prime inisler himself has a deep meaning, he congress alsq brought congratu- allons from Cardinal Mercier of Rel- Eum and oilier notables.. The congress formally opened Mon ay morning wilh an Inspiring devo- onal service, led by Rev. F- B. leyer, D. D. This rras followed by ._" president's address, by "Dr. John lifford, who'dslcussed international rotherhood, its gr'eal task and Its _iighly hope: In a truly prophetic message he lifted, the congress to a mount .of-.vlaion and summoned the men oJ.hrotberly'spiTlt to.a great en terprlsa. f- Tne crowning event was the address.of the "Georg'e1." 'Admission t tie City Temple .lickel.bn ihousands. nt mission to tha building, --fir''in' atl dress, marked by eloquence, humo and power, Ihei Prime Minister dis cussed some ol the questions befor the world at thirilme. and bhowed th i'cessity of confidence and goodwill In all grades In society and among tha nations. Tha delegates were of one..inind in believing: that the lime had come lo effect gome kind of permanent-world brotherhood organization. After freo discussion a cbdEtJtutlon was finally adopted providing for a'world brother- hood federation. J 1 The motto of tbe federation.- -'the wards of Christ: "One-Is. Master, even Christ, and all ye'are brothers." The elected were ;.as- fol- lows: Clifford, don. I Vlce-presldenla Dr. Robert B. Spser, N'ew York; Dr. T. Albert Toronto; Premier Jan Soulb "Africa. Secretary and Commissioner-- Wil- liam Ward, London. Heal, London. Her. T. SyXes, of rlxjnddn, was elected ns European Associate Secre- tary, and Mr. Thomaa Howell, of To- ronto.1 SB Asiociale Secretary ol North America. The constitution provides f for orld brotherhood council, made up of n'delegates from every'natron wilh brolherhood. organization, ft also rovldes for the election by the coun I of delegates-from-.other- nations hlch do' not al present have a na onal'brotherhood organization. The congress also adopted a brotu rhood message and challenge. Thl calls attention .to the fact that whll ie nineteenth century roade th world a neighborhood, IL remains fo he twentieth ctntury to make tho world a brotherhood. It. cnlls alien- Ion lo Ihe fact that.the BOirdwi and roubles of "OClalf Indill- rlal and Internatlofial, are due (o br61ten hrolherhood. The- speclp.1 ask of tho men Of eoodwlll and tho brotherly -spirit -knit'., up Hie ilranfc of our hutaanltr into irtat new bond of-'broltierhood. It iunmons men throughout the world lo exemplify brotherhood In their crjtn to fnlerpre! Iho principles ot brotherhood In their lull scope..and power, and to.strive lor-ths recon- struction of tha joclaV Industrial, in- ternational, and'chu'rch Ijfe npori -the brolherhobd, It'ls proposed to holJ Wolh erhood convention year, when Ihe cflnftilulion; will he folly and. Iho' (fclerailrjii be come a fad. The Canadian irid Am erlcan delegates were fnsltuclfed to make, necessary arrangements for Ihl convention In Washington, Phlladcl phla.'or poisfbly fJelroll or Bulfnlo, In the latter part-of April, 1920. Followlne the Congress the Ian and American delegates held SAT i1 conferences to consider their spe clal tasks, and to plan their futur work. The following general suggc (Ions were adn'plcd, and are.now com mended lo Iho Provlrjccn and Ih Slates: 1. The uamln? ol tbe third Sundnjr ONE hundred and fifteen years ago tcEQorrow Nelson achieved his great Victory at Trafal- gar and decided Britain's siipreniacy on the seas. vye eagerly strive for the commercial supremacy of the seas, and to .that end we MUST train our Canadian boys to man Canadian ships to carry Canada's exports. Ca ipects-thai Every his Tomorrow and the two following days you will _ be given an opportunity to insure the sucesss.of the Boys' Naval which rests the continuance of the type of trained seamen Caw. ada must have. The Navy League Campaign for must be an unqualified success' so that Ihe great work undertaken may: be carried forward during the coming year. Every, dollar subscribed will be used in Canada, to aid provide relief for Canadian seamen injured in the war and their to conduct comfortable homes on shore for our seamen in organize'Boys' Naval Brigades and give our boys the necessary training so that if they decide their livejihuod is on the sea they will be ready for Merchant Service. Tomorrow the campaign starts. For three days, many of our best citizens'will give all their time and attention to the raising the fund'. Help them. Respond liberally. There is a great issue at Do your part to the utmost of your ability. THE NAVY LEAGUE OF CANADA CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE FOR THi PROVINCE OF ALBERTA President, P. Burns Secretary, J. A.Vlrvfne Headq'uarten, Calnary.-AlbfrU ;