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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD VINOLIA TOOTH PASTE OOnli Ike ROYAL VINOLIA articles are splendid and shall always use them. I am particularly delighted isttti ROYAL VINOLIA TOOTH PASTS." Mill PMii. Ndlion, Terry's tspsrieacc i uniTerial and may well be yours too. Druggists and Stores The B, C. Whirl By H. F. G. O'tawa Oct British Colum- whtrlor. Ho was a head of bla the other day, Mr. Bowser and his "ruin. Consequently it took all At prodigal associates reaped the whirl- wind which they had plentifully sown. For a number o! years ihe British Co lumbin government nad been a whirl wind parts whirl. Premier MoBride, Riid iwo parts wind. Attorney General Bowser. About a year ago a change was made. Premier McBride became agent general for British Columbia in Lon- don at a salary of S15.00Q a year, while Mr. Bowser remained at home and be- came premier. The result of this change was disastrous. With the whirl removed to London, which is seven thousand miles away from Vic- toria. B. C., where it used to operate, tornoy General Bowser's wind to keep explaining. Thus it happened that when the badly looted Dominion Trust company of Vancouver, of which Bow- ser, Held and Falconbrldgo wore the solicitors, blew up, and the high-roll- ing Count Alvo von Alvonslcblll, the and only the wind left on the job, the Bow-wowser government collapsed. Which goes to show that Sir Richard Kaiser's agent, rolled his hoop to Se- attle, and Manager Arnold, a con- fessed embezzler, died In such a way that his life Insurance couldn't be col- these, things occurred, I repeat, Bowser was quite out of breath and hadn't a word to say. WhereuJKin Sir Itlchanl whirled off to London and left Premier Bowser to hold the bag. The chances are Hint if the Brew- ster government institutes an intiuiry Infb the whirlwind methods of tho Bowser-McBride combination, a state _.. of things will be disclosed which McBride supplied a fair quality of] make the Manitoba scandal look like whirl while he was whirling, and that a sweet geranium by comparison. This if you trust to wind alons to spin to'p it goes dead. Sir Richard was certainly the whirl, ins dervish of British Columbi precious pair took us their motto the good old Tory policy of spending nil the people had and then some. Late in the "day. Premier Bowser tried to tics. He was always in a whirl. When comfort the British Columbia taxpay- the wliirliiiK wasn't good Victoria. with is to say. with he would whirl off ?.o Ottawa and put! prohibition and woman suffrage, but Premier Bordeil in a whirl with his I the trick didn't work. British Colum the remer roubles. Sir Richard's idea was that le might whirl his way into the Bor- den cabinet, which proves that he was a bad guesser. The Borden govern- ment had a generous notion of war arofits. but when Sir Richard soaked a million and a quarter for a couple of rejected submarines, worth perhaps a hundred thousand dollars each, he hit their limit. There was too much whirl in his financing even for the Borden government. So they passed Sir Richard up and Sir Rich- ard, seeing that the end of his rope E R LEVERTON IS ON TRIAL ON 'ANOTHER CHARGE IN SERIES Calgary, Oct. R. Hon who'was convicted Wednesday on one of four indictments dealing with the Midland Machinery Co. 'deal with the Alberta Farmers' Co-opera- tive Elevator Co., was put on trial a- gain yesterday on the charge 01 cor- ruptly agreeing to accept from Albert Hitcble.- one-half of the profits which might accrue to the latter from the erection of certain elevators for the Co-operative company. Ritchie was in the witness box all the afternoon, and was given a gruelling cross- exam- ination by Counsel J. McK. Cameron for tie defense. It appeared that the lion's share of the "profits" went into oil-speculations. Sundial School District No. 1982 South Sundial School District No. 3407, West Sundial School District No. 3406 and North Sundial School District No. 3408, have been erected into a consolidated school district un- der the name of The Sundial Consoli- dated School District No. 22 of the j Province of Alberta. Lethbridge Churches PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4lh Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. Cant A. H, Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting .Regular sen-ices at 11 ajn. and 7.30 Muste': Morning Anthem, "Jesu, Word of God Mozart. Evening Anthem, "The Radiant Woodward. 10 a-m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m.: and Big Brott- 8-00 Other Departments oE Sun- day School and Adult Bible Class. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNichol. M-A- Pastor Manse 707 13th Street N. Regular Services at 11 ajn.-7.30 p.m. Janior Sunday School at 2 p.m. Senior Sunday School at 3.15 p.m. N Trinity Church, Hardieville Leslie Uogue'Boyd, B.A.. Minister. ;.30 p.m.: Sabbath School. 7.30 p.m.: Church Service. LATTER DAY SAINTS Ihurch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. 'rimary 3 p.m. Belief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bithoo Gee. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave, South. Phone 1493 METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cebbledlck, Pastor 320 1Hh St S. Phone 404 11 a m "The Fourth Commandment in Modern Life." S p m Bible School and Classes for Young Hen, Young Women and Mar ried" People. p.m.: "The Story of Jealousy Courage on Life o Music: "God of My Sullivan "God'So Loved the Stainer "Sun of My Turner. Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis. Pastor 10 am.' Children's Class Meeting. 11 am: Children's Topic: "Sunflow Sermon "The Transfiguration. Z pm- Beginners and Primary De partments of the Sunday School other departments at 3 p.m. 1 30 Topic- "The Spirit's Revelation CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higlnbetham Block, Entra-.ee 5th St. and 2nd' Avenue South 8 p.m. Bible Class 3 p.m., to Cuuiuieiiiof-ate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m. to proclaim the glad tidings of th- Kingdom of God. Subject: "Is There a God! What We May Knew of Him. The Bible Con sidered as His Revelation." All Seats Free. No Collection Everybody Welcome SALVATION' ARaiY fervicu at 5th St a TO, Holiness Meeting1 t pa. Pnlae Meeting and 7.30 Sal ration 'Meeting .8 p.m.. Pub- lic JlMtlnc. j 9 P-tn. Salvation Meeting i CltwMMaa In i p.m., 104