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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAdK KOUR fHBLBTHBRIpGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, She letbbribge Aiidll BareaY of Subscription _____ Dally, Delivered, .K Duly, aall, per year........ 8.M lialiT. by mall, lor 6 months ii DJ malt, HSO tween the mine owners and tho repre- ot Great Britain has be ratlCedibr tho hallal3'of the men, the coal situation liere Is regarded to have been settled. This settlement spenks raljopal attitude of both parties In tho dispute.'- conditions made as lo output appear to ba as both ways, In thai tliF in- in this benefits both, employees and'employers. It puts an 'end to ca' .cinny tactics on the part ot the miners the mine owners to stimulate production by placing every, thfng to encourasa it In the way of, -.tie men. .-.'It'is not so much the Eettlementl at as which has been displayed In aVrcsttngj .what would have been a national disaster. It shows tbat the patriotism' In the British miners whlchi THE FIT TO LIVE The .town of QuentSn, in the United States, stands, in its re-naming, as a memorial to the late QuentSn merriomrthe following words of Theodore wereVconsecrsited: "Only thpse are fit to live wijti do not tcrdje, and none are fit'to live who have tlife joy of life and the duty of live. Both life and, of.lhe same great adventure. Never yet. worthily'carried through by the man'who put his personal safety first." The words quoted carry a sublime meaning and have their-full application! to each one of us when we ask' bur- selves is life worth, living. In the way we apply them to ourselves we the answer in a manner in which no other .reply, is satisfying. Life is in its true meaning only worth living jf we consider ourselves fit to live. In the fitness to which 'we aim, the less becomes the fear of death. There are, as. the .words truly proclaim, the joy of life and the J" life. >lh the measure we consider that the joy of of life, then :w.e may well say of ils ig'worth >vh'ile. There can be no 4 1 1 by( ef wetmas worthy adve'nture' worthily carried WIF 1.3 j Front during the war is still .allvo, and 'thai; when it, comes to Sensing clearly the danger to the that rash action would pre- clpltatejv there are those-who aro emnlallyj jfaiise "Sad" not be "too' Insistent" "and" obdurate. and public sympathy or antagonism, greatly count In Great 'Britain, as we have seen in the great railway strike. In which the day was .saved In minimizing the disastrous consequences In tha view, the public took .of the strike and; tie way the British people rose.'loathe'occasion to avert as pflsalVle. Public opinion, as It baa showed self then and as It has showed'ilaell "In the recent strike; has eiperionce to be Britain, and It has followed that with- 'out popular support nothing material can be accomplished. What Is more, public opinion thera has come to be regarded as fair. It may he said 'spirit, of public opinion also prevails and has to be. reckoned with In all countries flag: Public opinion, as It is at preeent alma affair play, 7and -this is one of ihe most encouraging features ol the modem day. who pUt'his personal safety first." Neverryet-'was.i'deed was worthily done if per- interest .was The individual who rules his cbndbtit'tirfnie line, of'duty, irrespective of the menace to the safety of popular regard to which he and she may be exposed has joy of living, in the consciousness that sometbJpg-Trdiihy has been achieved. Sotne duty perfprmed for.Jdthers at inconvenience to' self-sacrifice made for the. good of our fellow creatures, some, attempt at bringing the joy of life to others., to make them think-that life is worth living, are the things that matter above all else in this life. By these we are doing rwprthy. ideedsy and with'the sense that our actions have been worthy we can come to'see that there is a fitness in' our existence here below. To shrink from duty is to shrink from" the joy'of life, as life should be properly regarded. To liye for others is just as glorious as to die for others; lound the two the same sentiment clings when we come o regard .that life arid death ,bf the same adven- bs'aent to premier'stiwart and 'also lo the. provincial convention ol the Social Service League, pointed out that It It the duty ol the provincial government to'enforce this act and It the1 Attorney. General Is not equal to the job, should step dowu siifl lot some one take the job who will do It The costs o( the prohibition cam- paign in Lethbridge were {475.86, De- Bides this four huudral 'HI bo spent In assisting the provincial organization lu wiping out Its'deficit A letter was read from Premier Stewart which announced that "tn so far as It [9 possible for us to dp so It Is our firm Intention to Impede the establishing ol licruor.warehouses In the province." This .letter was cailfcd forth-In answer to one written to him asking'for Information about the establishing of liquor export tu'd Import housej'ln Lelhbrldge. It. waj pointed out by the Premier that" the provincial government-can- not' refUM ths -rleht of a firm to es- tablish in an-Incorporated city.ln province" It cau eierclsa jurist diction over th'e class of the firm must During on the outcome Ihe' election and conditions In gen- eral' Rev. T.-D. Jones said the law was more badly enforced in. the rlct of Alberta: from Lethbridgo west, to Lile Crow's Nest than In any other portion of the province. E.-B--J. Forester asid Rev. T. D. Jones' -were appointed delegates to the'convention of tho Social Service eague In Calgary In December. rblcl custom, w.e believe. Is jli.prevalent-In where liiowe'eilBi Celebrated. The SaitW j.Hallowe'en f: Scotland and dylig rabera It was natoal to place as many small stones as there 'were neit morning as made.'' If any "of the 'stones were isplaced, It.was regarded .as certain bat, the person represented would die within the twelve months. THE EVE OF HALLOWMAS. Hallowe en Ij associated with spooks and hence the habit of th' small boy. on the day It comes rounc to Indulge In spiriting away gntes and other things. It. Is well here.howcver to fjass a warning that In the display of this spirit consideration should he given lo the. feelings1'of olhere, and that the delight ol young humanll: should net be considered to outweigh anything bl damage .to the property ol others. In'this there should' reason and moderation. Hallowe'en, as1.the word means, 1 the ove 61 a thai It Is lhe ylgll, as. It 1s considered of Hallowmai ot All .Spill's Day, ;pn .ceding as it does the First ol Noven Is reckoned All Saint1 Day. .The Christian'festival-aspect .of 'Hallowe'en" Is not generally carrle .out In In Franc Its significance as All Soul's Day I JjS.' religiously recognized In, the day bein (or viol la to the 'ccmeV ip deck the graves, wllh flo.w'ers, -.I Interesting lo know that Ihoiig .Hallovrc'cn la generally regarded t> 'the eve o( a Christian festival, th with thn ceremonies tormerly a tached to It, was observed bcfor Ctristlanlty was generally known The two chief characteristics, thos Who. bavo delved Into the hUlory o the day tell us, In the ancient Ha lows'en, were Ihe lighting ot bonfire end the belief Lbal of all nights I the year'this Is tho one In whlc ghosts and tpfrlfts are" rhost likely I wandef the 1. ol November .iheVDruidi held lhe. great auln'irin and llghte .the, harvest. Further, bfjlef. that on tho ev or'tiui'fertlTal of neat culled together the picked' sonla th. within the past; twelve rdon'dis h been condemned (o Inhabit tho bodl of animals. Thus It-Is clear-that th ruidlod.- This. tnrther fact. thaVin. earta'ln arts Ireiani "the "'sisf-'of Octobif as, aad even still IB, known as Oidche hamhna, the vigil ol Saman. In the Drnidlc Hallowe'en ceremon- a nula and apples played a great TO-DAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is the oldest educational art. There was tie roasting of nuts nst.ltution In the S.iates? nd, sport known as "apple- 2- What la the-oil-bin ._ i t to seiia with 'an applo floating Ln a tub oil-bird? 3. Wh'ch-'WES GrMuland Ilrst di 4. What'-is an V B. When-, was William Randolph Btearst a candidate for the Pr'esiaency? Keep the Herald story competition n mind. In the titles of hooks to he, the Conversion ol "Jlrn Calder" should make an Interesting 'volume.1 The Wheat Board has come lo be more appreciated In Its departure ban jn its eilatence. It is a pity Armistice Day, with all ___, .eat.--was McCarthy Silted InJcaJeary: j .va 1. What' Prince of Wales was known as "Prince sign? 3. .What-Is th'e: oldest and' tie noblest structure "of; the Heroic 4- What arc stigmata? 5. Wist was Gladstone's famous restorative? 6. Why Is sterling money so called? ANSW'ERS (Continued-from Front Tage) :ime'- a magistrate. had known the'accnned lor 17 and could swear to his being an honor- able aud tiulhlul man, and a man held n high esteem by lhe general public. On being called, Mr. Johnson, the accused, stated to the court Terj clearly Ms inavemehts on the 9th day of dls- It'.ordinarily aave'. been payniay, at the. but ngalnst their rule, heM for. He..denled G. hat It means, cannot he regarded In His trlal.and crucifixion, a national holiday. The new Liberalism of Hon. J. A. 'nliler Is the Llberallim which, as he aays, he has discovered in the "crusted Tories" at Ottawa. Booker a.nd pe- lane'y 'av'erf Ihg thafhc, had "never Beeti them' until last week In the conrj- ro'om. He said thbir allegation that he sold them liquor was "absolutely false." As lo his record In public life.Mr. Johnson, told tbe court that he now held office of mavor of Coleman, thafhe had previously been an alder- jan cl. the town, and secretary of the Miners' union. Through his nc tlvlty In certain labor difficulties he had heeniUiscrirnlnated against and was uneble to get irork at the mines. and a large family h8 ne had to do something. He wenttfirst Into the tobacco and soft drlnk'business later acquiring, a pool hall business. Witness 'went on to say that the officers that very.morn- ing had searched his place, had even ramsacfced the sale but had found no- thing In Ihe shape of booze. As to his whereabouts when the crime ia alleged lo have been com- mitted, the witness testified that was home because" he was'Blck'and because there urgent need ol his being at his pool hall by'reason ol It not belns pay-day. Mrs. Jane Johnsfin, the Ac- cused, William Ilighblne, a harbor em- ployed In Johnson's pool hall, William Johnson, .18 years, a son of the ac- cused, all gave evidence lo establish thn trnlh of the alibi- Sentiment Against Liquor In dismissing against the accused, said he did nol lhe prosecu- tion. Ills worship said it jtaa the manl- ImpreBsiona'-pn certain persons fest lhe peoglerthatUie liquor of marks corrosp'oiidlBE-to'sqme -or UU8lne33 be stiiiprosaed.and'that law and order be rnallilalneil. "All tCnrA' 'TM. (Coutlnueid .From Front Page.) would rtQnlrc suoh an outlay of money as to put It beyond the reach of priv- ate enterprise, but by lending Its finan- cial credit, ths province would be In line to receive ample returns for euch aM aui the district would be brought within the'producing list ol lands aud Increase In population -anil the production of. agricultural and diary iupplles would return'many limes the value of the moneys expended. Irrigation Urgent Another resolution, coming from the Wlndemera Board asking tho provin- cial goieromeut to come to the ot settlers who had been induced upon the lands In the Baynes Lake dlslrfcl. by aiding In laying water from the Elk river' upon Ihoso linds where any failure Lhat.had beeu experienced because of lhe lack of. insuBQlcDt water aud not from any climatic or soil dllneuljlesv Private 'company Which had uudertaXen that was un- able to Bnance-SQ large" a proposition and .In-.consequence1 bail Been: (Inn a bla'ck eye: wholly undc- which' had beea'a detriment to the district: In 'general.1 This resolu- tion' airwsll as that financial aid from the.province was unanimous- ly 'endorsed by :tho convention. --To with the'dls- tricl under consideration, II-'inay he ot Interest to state that there are thaasands of acres of semi- arid laodsj especially in the St. Mary's prairie district north and east of Cran.- brook whliS are capable of producing the finest cropa of alfalfa" and other jirop's.- Some ot this land has been brought under cultivation and in seasons of more than the aycrage rain-' fall, such as that Just passed, as high as thirty bushels'uf wheat have been produced, and potatoes of fine quality are a usual product. 'ifrtaj la another fine tract of land of good quality awaiting onjj'tte application ot water to make of It" a bountiful producer of almost any of the farm products common to the districts, lyine-immedlately lo the south of It in Montana and Idaho. That this board is taking a lively in- terest In these projects is but a re- flection of tho effect "of tho agitation going on In southern-Alberta; and. in the Okanagan district ot this prov- inca >here large tracts of land other- wise "useless are being brought under Influence of water and which are destined fb'hecome the 'gar- den spots' of these The one'question to ]solv'e th'e financing of so' great propositions and this Is being answered -In" both prov- inces in a way which will Insure final iccess.' So. far, the attention of the provin- cial .'agricultural department has been centred upon Irrigating projects in the Okanagan. and other western'districts, but the action taken here indicates tlat the powers' that ho'will be called upon to enlarge lhe scope of their 'en- deavors so as to embrace Lhls, one of the oldest districts in the province. the disposal'of these import- ant1 matters' :the associated'-'" board luucb. merited compliment of d re- to for lha year. -j Meet la Cratibrook o) of Jraubrook, neit mMtlng of- the wards will be held In Cranbtooi.j Resident Sprucl made a very brief] >ut effecllva lllUe address thanking the Ferule board' lor'the courtesies liteudcd aud the Brst regular uieet- lug ot Associated UMrlis of Trade ot Southeast British Columbia came __..._ British ;Co{ ,o ail end.'_' An luinbla. Associated Board "to affiliate with that body was Accepted, s.s was he request from the Goods Itoads League nbi the1 Alberta Good Roads Associations to becoino members 61 ;hose bodies.- One ol the resolutions favorably acted upon was thai, ol urg- es Ihe'rapld completion ol the Banff- Wlndeuiero auto road which will nil in lhe last link In one pt the finest scenic drives oil the American con- tinent. A resolution presented .by Ihe Cran- brook Board, .asking the provincial ;oveniiuenl to take stops lo preserve. Ihe trees, along, the .roadways and arouno ..the lakes anil spots of the district endorsed, and In connection" with this nrl.lnn an Intelligent- discussion' aroso embracing fae.preBervatlon of Iha for- ests: ol 'the provlHCa' generally .froni the. ravages of fire, amCtho' of thoughtless campers.' .The Qo-oneratioa of the Mountain Manufnctcrera' Association will bo this particular. -.'It was brought "out during this dis- cussion .that the timber lu llie United States Is disappearing .four times as fast as the natural gnnrl'h.ln renewing PICKED UP IN PASSING F 9 R -T H H B U 3 Y .M A N D. U Campbell, Dry Fork, was seriously Injured by a tick from a horee. officer for the B. C. provincial elections In Cranhrook It C.. R. Ward. Jas. Mct-ean will P.C; foi Fernle, Captalu Enoch Chajc, a widower, aged 75 yews, of Speefteld. Sudburj county, N. B.; and Miss Martha Craig, aged 6J, of tYederlctou, were married -i. An anti-cigarette cunpalsu among students to be launched soon was an. uounced at St. Thomas by Major Fred Smith ot the Y. M. o" A. National Council. Prince of Wales took the cham- pionship and two firsts with his Shrop- shire sheep from his' ranch-EOulh of Calgary, at the nnuunl fall cattle show arid sale at Calgary. The Earl ol Mlnto took flrst with his Osiord" in- jmal.- The Prince won ftrst In all-ike classes In which he showed. Tha Nelson-branch of tho retail mohchoDts' association declared Is oi> position to the luxury tax stamps and pledged its members to refuse lo nc- cepl cither tno stamps of tho calculat- r.cliines. It was agreed that mcr- S; loreSsraiid that oet er Itat mar- adopted .the same waste Wl 1' M" will take place In Ibis province. sjslem o[ collecting the luxury AlL WANTS IS SOBRIETY AND NOT NOTORIETY (From Our, Own Correspondent) COLEMA.N, Oct. Is her by the "wet propensities the other mining towns in tho Province of being the only 'mining town (o give a The Oltnna correspondent of the Manitoba FYee Press snys: Candidates promlcntly mentioned to fill the two Saskatchewan Senate vacancies iu- cluite Dr. Munro, Saskatoon; JameE McKay. Prince Albert; S. J.' Donald- son, former M. P. for Prince'Albert, Conservative; Ceo. E. McC ati inni o, vauu. n. proud of the distinction thrust upon rorEler Llberal M P for h, ,k. Jamoii _ .Con_scrTatlTa 0'[ Saskatoon; J, R. Bunn. Unionist-Lib- eral, Saskatoon, and Llcut.-.Col. A. G. dry majority. The committee feel II Glle's of white'wood. all had voted whose names were on Ihe'lists, the majority.could have been much larger. The citizens'are anxious- ly .walling tbo next move of the gov- ernment. The far north country. It'ucnr pears, has gone more largely wet than majorities on either Blilc are shown In the figures thus far re- majorities are reported from-'Peace fined lo their beds suffering from bid colds. l Nurse Peacock ot Lethbrldgo, is re- lieving at the hospital. Quite a large number of men, most- ly from Calgary, have arrived to work In the mines. Bpsworlh hare, taken up residence in tho house lately oc'cri- elected officers for ensuing year pled by 'Mr. 'Itlddell.' and paid the retiring omcials the Misses'Nesbiti and McGilllcudy, teachers, have been off duly'for a few days through illness. The hall-doicn lone Scouts are en- terlamlnf their girl (rlcnils to a Hal- lowe'en iiarty on. Friday evening, In the club room. 'The, organized "classes ,'61 the' In stl- lutibnal.chrirch.are combining for'the celebration of on Monday, November 1st; 1. Frederick, eldest son of George II., who was a great reader of French memoirs and, wrote his contemporaries under the pen name of "Prince Till." ..yi''1-'. Z. The sign knqnj' sand, and said to haye.'bcen Invented by Tulllus Tiro, Cicbro'a'fre'ed-inan. 1. The "Gallery; 'dr Tlryhi'' In Greece. It Is -mentioned by Homer and still all ol the wounds by cur To the mind that Is not Irish the disturbance over the body ol tha late Lord Mayor ot Cork William Handolph Hearst has gono over to H looks as II Cox'i cbance of becoming President will be Hearsed In more senses than one. With all due respect lo the late. An egg tfeaffen'.n'p In sHerry. Some derive it' from esterllng, merchants of Ihb-Haii'se who came over to 'England .and reformed the coinage In the rilgri of John- Others tay II Is In allusion to a-eiar InTpressed on the :oln. While again 'there are those who refer the origin -lof. Stirling -'''Castle! In Scotland, where inpnoy -was coined In the reign of Edward DWELLING HOUSES AT A PREMIUM IN MACLEOD (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, Oct. principal lea of the ecason was given by Mrs. J- W. McDonald In honor ol Mm. JIal- or Douglas, who will leave early In I.ord Mayor of. Cortj, a rteatl for her new home In can'causc'as much trouble as a H'appears. Brandon, Mnnlloha. through Ihese trlals'-tnere'have been too many slurs thrown; out against the officers of the law 'and too much of a tendency, the of- fenders or alleged he de- clar.. He showed that the voice of Iho-pcojlo was the mandate to the government whose duty It en- lorco tho law behind which public 'sentiment his recently been so strong- ly shown. ,7: Sir, Harris, counsel.for tha accused, TCihled lo ImnrtBsJ Ihe magistrate [hat in Ihis case no' such reflections had been maOe on the A.P.P. force. ol ..the case against Mr. Johnson was as popular finding with the general public ol Coleman. All who were seen by the Herald were pleased lo learn lhat he "had been exonerated. Charged with Beating Board Steve Dcalon. ot Coleman, charged with beating a board bill at the B.C. rooming-house, and of stealing a suit one. Nick Klllock >m the Slh Tho wheat owners of Macleorl grot cotton Industry. And yet there j_ The big sale of the Hudson's Hay appear Many people coming from out are thoso who aro willing to cotton to tho SBi'svaaa as-> A prospector of the name of Tom Dwelling houses are at a premium has discovered rich deposits of-'" Bvallablc house Is and many application j sre; gold In Mtnltoba. The untielle cannot ho blamed lor regarding this as a Fayry iale. President Wilson has placed his benediction on Candidate' Cox. -'This by many In the Status will lie regarded as a mixed blessing, so far as It re- eariis Cox's success In the Presidency stakes.' .The Irish In the Slates' aro keening up tholr proverbial characlerUtlcs. They do not sfecm-loiagree even over the election of tho fulnro President, In ihe split of opinion we read ol, being received by agents. Tho first Hallowe'en entertainment! was held In Iho Methodist parsonage Thursday afternoon, nnd In the school room In the evenlnfr. which was large- ly allemlcil. A good program was giv- en, anil the, finances were- up lo their oipeclallonH. LAST TRIP FROM MONTftEAL MONTRBAU October Sank; Crew Missing NEWPORT, n. Got, con- steamer' Cans' Fear, a Unllcd Board vessel, was sunk'Irr Iho of Nnrngan- sell.bay lonlghl, In'n colllslCin with liners will loavo Montreal today on the Savannah lino slt-amor City of At- their last trip of the reason from til port. Thoy are th9 White Inlnn Iln6r Can nil a, wllh 160 flral cab- In nml'500.third class the Anchor Donaldson liner'SalnrrtJaV wllh 100 cabin and 120 third class passaiiBcrs lantii. At n lato hour, of tho crew ol 34 df llic sunken! vessel were un. accounted for. Thls'.pa'pe Fear sunk In .threo minutes, about hnlf way be- tw.iiqaj.Castle Illll on tho NcwpoVt shore arid Island, going dowti hew-flrsl In ISS.falhpms. ;.k, METHODIST CHURCH tt. AuQuctln'a Church, cor. 8th Ave. arid 1ith SL Rev. M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 213 8th St. 9." Telephone 4th Ave. and 11th 3t. S. Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B.D.T Pastor Mr, Claudo Hughes, L.A.B., Choir Master ST. AUGUSTUS'S will 'preach. Holy S a.m. 11.00. Special preacher, Canon Gould, M.D., Toronto. 7.30 p.m., Evening Worship. The pastor in', chnrge. Sunday School 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30. Special, ARMY Messrs. Barnacal, nrodle nnd Butler. All Saints' Day Holy Communion In the Chapel, 10 n.m. Wednesday Intercessions and Study Class, 8 In bcljeve nil men may be saved. Sunday Meetings 11 Holiness meeting. 2 Young People's Company class. 3 I'rats'e' m6cllng. 7.30 llatllo for. Souls. Week Nitihl S P.Mi THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH Tuesday Hand' rhictlcc. Wednesday Soldier meeting. Rev, T.'D. Joner, Pastor 1271 Sth'Avs. N. Phone Choir Leader, MrsY.F. Jae'is.n. 10 a.m.! Beys' IJopl. ot thb Hiinday School In 'the In attendance. Friday Corps cadnl class. Stain nicy Sal ration mrttlnu. Adjiilanl Hordy fiiiil r.leiit. KM. ot-ficcrs, illusscll llnrnard, hnnclmniilcr. Connuer." 2 o'clock; Beginners end Primary departments of the Sunday School In lhe Hall. 2 o'clock: nepl. ol the Sunday School In the Church. 3.15: Young People's Blbla Class In tho hall. 7.30 p.m. "Tho Christ Who C1IBLE STUDENTS Doi-iiinlor Bldg., 6th Street 9, pm.: Dlblo Slurly. i-llltdays. p.m.: nlulc Hlu'ly, Wi'dncsilhys, p.m.: Blblo .Study, follov-'cd by praise, prayer and tcc-llmonv i.netlne. All WnlLomc. No Collection, All publications of Society mny PENTECOSTAL he obbilncd locally, Including "Finished Dominion Block Pastor John McAllster, Sunriay morning 11 a.m., rlcvoltonal service. Sunday evening 7.30 Evan-KellBtla sgrflco. Sunday afternoon f, Sunday Sfhool. Tuesday 8 p.m., hrni'er ierflcc. Friday f, pm.; young people. 'Dv.iligcllst Walter McAllslcr will epeak at Sunday HALL 205 13lh Street North Suntfay Meetings Worship and Breaking of Bread, 11 n.rn. Sundny School. 3 p.m. ,1. ,1. House will conduct tho Oospo] meeting at 7.30 p.m. Como nncl Iicar God's way of snlvnllon pro claimed by thia noted evaiiKcllsl. by Sir, Knouso. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street 3. A. H. Denocn, Minister. Ernest F. Livton, Organist and Choirmaster, 10.00 a.m.: Sahhath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. 11 a.m.: Morning service. 12.15: Dig sislers. 2 p.m.: Die Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class.. 7.30 o'clock: Evening service. FJRRT CHURCH Corner 3rd Avenu: and 9th Street Rev. F. W. Dafic, Minister Mr. B. Jines, Director of Choir WHAT WH) STAND FOH Evangelical --Ministry, IleEcnerato Membership, Liberty, Christian nnd lllhllcal Au- thority. Services nl II Wor- ship. Sunday School and lilWo Clnss at 12.15; Glh Avo. N. at 3 p.m. Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. A Gospel message. Rev. F- .Prfco of Kelmvna, B.C., will preach at lioth services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sundny Scrvico'nt 11 a m. punishment." 12.10 n.m'.''. at-S, Heading Room ppen dally from 3 to 5 pjn, CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oar. 3rd Ave, Blh 31. 8. finndny run. H..10 a.m. Christian Wndc-r, Mr. Kcsslcr. A Hearty Welcome To ;