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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiE FOUR V.IB ummnicGF. OCTODF.Il 25, Xecbbrlbfle, Hlberta- Proprietors ird .-THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD PRINTlXlQ COMPANY, LIMITED 126 Strict South, LeLhbridga Buchanan President and Managing Director AcUcfi-PrtsiJent of ilia IJoarU cl Trade Ihet lit? ivouM have Thru the ITniicier lie volunteersd was un- necessary. i: Wo arc by to ineanr th'njstjjiqlwj. foul torry ip IfcJaJi ilierp should ;fco i' tbal _lu matters b taring oji tea. they woulj not receive i-naal (reai- citfaL If Me Biipcr-seiiflLtTo sboiM regard ihe rairark made sj clfensiTtt. Kut we nnt built that war j If ibe Acilns-Prcsllenl hsJ any fears -as we Ebould trejt Mr. OooJ's 'John Torranct Business Manasei WB trust ihut.bjr ibis I lime be Ij disabused ot them, 3iid, he may ba not through auyiblcg ol Oie Influence- ol lha hope he threw out If be "oas sic core ia what be said. In to ihe Inference It con- tained, wi take tQe opportunity of cor- tlm_ It might not be out olfwrliiug, m fore expression to TELEPHONES usfness Offico Editorial Olfice 7232 Audit Bureau of Subscription F I1 We Only About Half Crop Harvest- ed Hut Slay Have Deon Protection Oct. ills- Iriot. like the rest ct the West, Is In ihe prip storm kinc. There is arjo'jf six of snow on (he level i of more at the time ol I HQSllE Claims Organization of Farmers As Class For Political Pur- poses in Autocracy CALGARY. CM. a request of A to speak In ihe Cochrano election ou beh'aU of the mers' candidates. A. Moore, Jaa. Weir. Xon-Parllsan meet tier (or Xanlon, has tho letier p-jbUshed below lo ICKED UP IN The farmers nre re-1 Mr. Moore, stating war la- agree crop bj- mall, oer ycsr .5.QO A record fall; crop season lo lo' pear tej ol eipiry ot subscription ip- aaily oo address label. Accfpt- nnce of papers eiplratioa date la our aulhorfij- to continue the sub- Bcriptinn. DEFEAT OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT. In a snap division. In list at the time there were considerably lhan half ihe "members present m iha House, ihe, Lloyd Govern- ment was defeated1.- -Tho innjorttf f.fabjst U slooi at 71 -in a. Hoiiio, at. Ihe time, ol 297 members. The Government sustained defeat over An amendment it brought la Lo wh'ch is fcnoTvn as Ihe Allen. Bill In ra- gard to the aWding of ccrtlflcatea to pilots. "As Ihe- Bill stood, it wilh- beld pilol cerriffcates from all aliens, irrespective ol tliefr telng of Allied of elien enemy nat'onallty. This BIII'VraB disposed of in the summer "ic-ssToa oT Ihe British Parliament. Tbe amendment which E offered defeat Eougbl ID make an eiception In regard to the granting of pilot certificates Jn favor of s number of croaa Channel French, pilots. In return foi1 lite favors granted UrlUsh pilots. George Govern'ment, In consltulng tbe'. reason for._thc largelj-. on Ihe personnel of the mcmbere at Uiat tlms apEemblDd, IL way be taken that there vas no Eerlons apprehension of any ad- Terse division against the Qoveniment, Ln the nature of the particular amend- ment, "otherwise the Government would hare- been'busy': la s Ins lhat Its supporters were'in- their The result, bpW'cyeri.Tyas a. map division, and snap'divisions may mean moch or iKlle. It may- he taken that, in Tiew cf the nature or the ths British Government miy noi consider it sr- actly a's'a of want of.conlldenc'e, and would therefore not consider It- eelf called on la resign. On the other band, It may be that Mr. Lloyd George, "who fa in a somewhat auoraaloua (loa, may consider it a welcome oppor- tuallj to appeal to tho couDlrj-. i'hti time aJona will show. it may be treasonably taken Lbat nil Is not in complete har- mony In the ranfcs of tbe Goveroiceat So far as tbe amendment Itself WHE concerned Lhsre tras notalng of conlendinf nature fa It, Bat dently allowed tbe opportunity1 for those Tfho did not ozactlj eye to will Eo and repudiate the man who terior find l convert the place into an up-to dale grocery elore. This com- pany, has only been In business for a feir year's, but their expansion bai been gradual and sound. ,K. A, TENTH-ANNIVERSARY The has just celc- bralsd the- tenth anniversary of its existence as one of tba church Echoo'-s or ihe Mormon church, a sect which operates a cha'c of academies and col- leges siretching from Meilco lo Can- ada. An anniversary program was held at Mayor A_ L. Pack was th.or principal Knight Academy has Hriolaed a, jn- Iluencj- country and. its good cannol be overestimated. The scbool has enjoyed a prosperous lite thus far and it.'Was never in-bet- ter shape- than uow. The principals of the Academy have been Bramwcll, II. A, Thos. C. Romney, B. A., and A, fc. Palmer, B. S-, In the ordornamed. H.S. Allen has been Lhe president of Ihe Board of Education ilnce the founding of the Institution. SHOWiHG riio ArrriCVAL "Can your' chef, properly prepare mayonnaise dressing a Jn and chicken asked an customer fn the rapid fire restaurant. "Surest thing you replied ClauQiLe the 'waitress. "Then thh Is exactly the swell sort of place I 'like io eat In. Gimme coffee- and Kansas City Slar. It. Orgaplratlon for industrial purposes, In Is nut open to serious objection but organization. In groups for political purposes where the wilt or Iho group Is to be Imposed on the real-.br. the-people. Is, In my op talon, not only autocracy cl the meanest and the most ylcioua kind, but Is a negative pt the flrst principle of'democracy Yrlitch Lincoln'described an'd by tho meaning not Ihe" farmers, but nil "the people'unfl wtiieir ha prayed mlffht not perish from ihe earth. Calls It An Insult The door altitude of the president "which I'ojiposcd In five federal conventions, is not only a chal- lenge-but an Insult (to all members or the cominunjtyj Vho cannot claim to belong .'id class. I stand'on'this staieriient: "A party that Is not blf to Include msn of all classes, all professions and grades Is not big enough to attract and lo hold Iho right thinking major itj- which Is to be found In any one group." i Were I lo go to Cocflranc now. my j time would be entirely lost in explain- Ing Mr. Wood's explanation, n (ask 11 hare DO time to. waste upon. j You must see how I regret Ihe wreck j c' held with regard to our work together-In Cochranc but I cannot the constituency under any such jnlscbocepUon as to my views on public Issnes. will therefore pleasejcancel all'tbs dales In a hair-ground condition. John Best said that the millers, la opposing Lhc bill, wanted lo pollute lua farms with weeds. Mr. Campbell retorted thai the weeds Ebould be eliminated on the farm. Either al country elevators or on tho farm, machinery should be In- staged lo rernorn weed seeds, which could then be burned. Mr. Sutherland Introduced his mo- lion thai the legislation now in ques- tion should bo passed and pel Into ef- fect. Mr, Walls suggested thai Canada should hare lac same tho United Stales. This would fillow the grinding c? all from the milling' of wheal without Ibe Introduction of any outside matter. The millers thought also that there be closer definition ot ''adulteration.' Mr. Miller moved on amendment lUp.L bran end shortE should not .con- tain anylh'ng thai is not a by-product. of grinding wheal into flour or grits, or corn Into Itour or meal. Mr. Held; McKeczfe, seconded the amendment "because (here would 'be then no prosecution." Mr. Sutherland gald tlie amendment Imply upheld the milters' conlenllon and would tearo things .as they are today. Mr. Eulhorland'a mollon carried by 16 to 8. Maaon 6c RiscK Canada's Favorite THE undoubted aupremacy o( ft Illich planoi Is duo to 60 years unremiUlDj euro In ture. Each and every Instru- ment la completely guaranteed. and sires (o suit ertrr homo and purse. Our "Factory to Homo" prices and easy lornis of payoicnt muka il possible Tor evervboJy to own a Mucon Sf Bilmornl Block -T.-n ot I pm. The reading room If opto liuMf 01- tept Sunilayi and holldayi. [rom 3 (o 5 p.m. where Inn nible and 'author. [ECd ChrlntlAD Science literature mf.j be read, borrowed or purchaied. public 11 cordlnlly Incited to >l- tend the church Alio to rlslt ttie readlni room. Wesley Churcb Rev, Chas, E. Crayg, B, D., Heftldenco 320 lllh Bt 3. Phones: Paraonege Church Qtudy 408 Claucfe Hughei, L.A.Q., Mui. Director 11 B-m. Service: 'rOur est (During tho morulng service lomorrow_ a vote will bo taken as to the best hour for our morning worship. Will-every mem- ber maho a special effort to be present that tbe role may ba R rcpresectallve one.) 7.30 Ifrenfriz Service.- Subject: "En- thusiasm, the Hen) Secret of Sue' cesa.1' PHE9HYTEHJAN Knox Church Corner 4lh Ave. 2nd 8th S. A. H. Ceneon, Minister. E. F. Layton, organist and choir Servlcog for Sunday ivlll be uiken i, the Ijlcutonant Colonel Prineli luor.ecr missionary of Iho Yukon overseas chjpliln during Ibe lod of Lho' nnd now moderate ot tho general assembly In Canadi Special music by tho choir. 10.00 a.m.: .Sabbjlh School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Ilcginno BAPTIST First Baptist Church 11 a.m.: Service. t-; 12.15, HFg Sisters. Z pjii.; Big llrotlicrsv Chinese 7.30 p.m. Krcnlng SerrlcO.' Corner Street and 3rd Ave. 8. Rov V. W, Dafoe, B.A, Pallor Mr. B Jonei, Dlrcc'or of Choir 11 a.m. Subject: "Justification and Forgiveness." Sutilay School nnd Clasr, al 12.15. 7.30 Subject: Tho -pastor w Vicarious Healing." ill preach at hoth scr PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIQN MISSION 805 nih aireet'North anndny Sorrtces: Morning, 11 o'clock; Evening, 7.4ri. Tueiday sod Thursday at 8 o'clock. Everybody NOTICE Mlnifiter3-firc rernlndnil that chbrch should -be hind- tr 'rtl Jh'bafoTd-slx o'clock Frjdar lorcnsifre (hserllon, aa jflhis I" early urday morulDt. e. ft THE UNITED C1IUHC1! OF NORTH LETIIDHIDGB Rev. E, J. Hsdnlni, B.A., Pnitor 1271 tth Ave. N, Phone 1655 Choir l.ta der.Mrs. V. Jackaon. ATinirersRry Rorvleefi. Jlev. Cl. Klrby, D.D.. prlr-tfpsl Ko College, CalBari', will preach, 10 a.m.: .lunlnr 10 a.m. Hoys' Dcpl.. ot Iho Sunday School In the Hall.. 11 a.m.: .Jfoming .Service. 2 nejjlnnerfl and I'rimory of tSD Sun.lay School In Hall. 2 o'clock. Ulrls'. Dcpl. of Ihe Sunday .School Iji the Church. 3.IS. Arlulf Dopt, of tho S. F. il Ihe Church. 7.15: Bone Service. 7.35: Evening Service. CHRISTIAN HEN'S LEAGUt (UNDENOMINATIONAL) Y.M.C.A. Sunday al 3 p.ni. Spe.ikcr: Mr. Elton. Subject: "Great Britain's Slrnp'jT. Democracy and Her RelatfQf ship to ths United Slates." Readings by Mlsa Corenne Gerher. will Blarl aliBrp at 3 p.m. n: on lime. Seu advertlFcmenl on olh cr iiogo for full particulars. ChrUllan Church OJIver L- Pallor Car. 3rd Ave. and 6th 3; 3, Bible School at 10.30 a-tn. Mr. superlnlendcr.t. Please bring niblc. f? e.Tpcr.led the pastor will h homo nnrt that he will occupy lh pulpit both morning and cvoiiinj. ChrteUan Endcnvor at 6.45 pm. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion 6th Sued s. .Siinilays, p.m.; Blblo Sundays, p.m.: Bible Stirfy. Wctlncsdfii'fl, p.m.: JJible rollbveil by praise, prnyer anil ic i.'jtcttng. Alf WekOir.c. Nd CollKtia ARMY Adjutant And hlVs, Jahnc'one, C( Sunday, 11 rum. Subject: "Oe Ve Si arale." Suntlay, p.m. Kuliju.l: "A F Salvation vs. Formalism." Siiecfiil and music hj- I hand. evcryac-dy Wclcornj ;