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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta E FOUR THE EAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEFfKMBKR I, 1'XiU VIJV letbbriboe Ibeialb PA1UY AND WEEKLY and Publishers .THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED tie 6th Street So-jth, Lelhbridgo W. A. BUCHAXA.H 'Presided and Managing Director John Torranca Business Manager ICsmber Audit Bureau of Circuwtlona. Subscription Kates' f, dcllverecU per wets......J .S3 by Distil, per year........ S.OO null, (or 6 mouth; 4.25 Dally, SEARCH YOUR OWN HEART I'V.u't-Rr.diii.i; is a common irail in human luituro, and iuvariiiUy jiraoiioo (imU 1'lay in seeking for faults in ullu'rs. It is seldom thai the inJiviJual linds nult with, himself or herself. J( what is ciiiU-avurvii u> lv ''.tfi'ovon'd in others also ti'ardietl for in ourselves, with Itu1 iiitfiit to iletoc.1 and to renu'Jy tlie fault, the world would nearer k> thai ['Ofiwlton is wnight for. A human failing Is to biam? the other fellow. How seldom it is tliiil we follov the liihlititl ailviee of (ii.'tiiig the.teim out of our own lief we we to take the oiu of our brother's. Yet if this v.'e slisll at least j.'t; sjiiiewhere, whivlt we cauuot do in the attempt to shift the blame. There is such a thins, as tho ''vicious aptly so called, vihen the iimliii.i; of fault runs round in ;i without arriving at auy )ur- tii'ltlar jioint. One btitmes tho other fur the condition ot' tilings, and in tin! merely shifts and docs not remove the fault, lipw often (U> Iliis in every day life. !t applies not imly to public men but to men aiul wmncu in nil grades of life. E.vwnplo. it may well and truly lie said, means n 'great deal more Belly, by mail. 3 mouths....... 2.50 .Weekly, by mail per year.....1.60 .Weakly, by mall, per year to O.S. 2.UO tluni the mere matter of fault tliv.linjr to remedy c-onOitions from whicti we are surtoriiig. know uiiil iiiftinctively uvl iliat it is not all riiilit with the world lis this the wrong is plaewl ;it the lioor of W so! do iii or never stop lo sec whether it is at our own. So do the and the conjixjiit'iice if Itiat cueii one thinks that he is blamclc." tttul Jlml his neighbor is to lluine. )t can ho clear from this tliat this posiiiou can have oiie conclusion, that no one is lo Uoiuc, wliii-h it would he fnolisli io believe. The worhi cau only be fet ri.jht by each orje his own heart and fnidiiiR he larks. When one's own house is set in order it time io liiul fault with our neighbor's. If the iirao- lioq sjenefal. good will be accomplished. this hyjioi-risy will nbot'inil. ;iml if everytliing is we must fi'el to wlinil that we oil reives huve ronlributcd to the same, in UI'B measuve iluit have failed lo size, up ourselves imlividnally. FARMERS FIGHTING .TWO CABINET MINISTERS H is a "coincidence that in Col- chester, N. S., there are ino bye-elec- Uoiis proceeding at the same time, iu one Instance a Federal Cabinet illnlstery a Tory, seefcs endorsement, and in the other a Provincial Cabinet Minister, a Liberal, haviug been do feated in the general elections, is try- Ing to get oack through a vacancy created In Colchester. In both cases, tie Cabinet Ministers are opposed by j that, In'the g'reat scope of human ac-l farmers, which is proof that the new j tirily comprised la Labor, all prob of a Pibneer of The Prairies One of the Best Known Olil Timers in Southern Alberta AMERICAN LABOR 'REQUESTS AMNESTY i FOR EUGENE V. DEHS WASHINGTON'. Sept. fjeneral Palmer v.'lll receive OR Sep- tember 13, President Coitiners and n delegation of officials of tna Americas Federation of Labor who will ask niuoesty for prisoners" in- cluding Eugeno V..pels. Socialist cau- for president. .The jecr-iest.will PICKED UP FOR TUB BUSY M A N Western Ontario has Itio biejost flax crop iu its history. be rtiiele in accordance with a resolu-j The population of Hamilton, accord- tion'vassed by the federation ot labor Ing to the assessment department, Is convention at'Honlreal list Juue. nearly lems. It does not always follow that (High River Times) George Emerson Is dead. By this death the province loses one. ol Its earliest settlers and the West cue who has played well Ills part In making this c-Ouutiy great. To him It permuted to enjoy a good old ago, I practically uninterrupted by Illness, i and his latter days were nude bright J by the review of a wonderful develop- ment which originated from the ef- forts of the ono of Aho chief of whom was George Emerson. He was 77 years of age at the time df his death. Deceased was a rc-a'ucfit at Dan- %ville. In Quebec, in the days of his youth, and when A young man went nto the state of Iowa, remained for a tlmo In the vicinity of Council Bluffs. He left there in of Coming by way of ihe Missouri rtiver, he came north Into Canada trailing through the Cypress Hills country on up lo the Edmonton district, wintering at a place called problem of one country 1cm of tha other. With this In tmind there is always the danger that arises (Continued from Front agrarian movement la not n respecter lems. no matter where they ooeur, will j of that dlstrlrt. chief by-product from the silver-leads of parties. Mr. Meighon told the people of Col. cheater Farmer that the election of the candidate would deprive1 .Kova Scotia of its representation in _the Cabinet and deprive him of u val- ued advisor, especially In matters af- that province. While defend- the government record and poh'cy that the.people ,''ehe'ster 'opportunity upon these matters la the gen- nnd would gaineoV by depriving' Mr. McCiirdy of his opportunity to serve in a higher 'capacity during' the term ot this Par- llament. tlie Provincial _Gpverjiment. makes the same, argu- ment for, the election ot'the other Works, there, also It Is pointed out that the defeat ot the Minister would not defeat the Gov- ernment but .would only impair its immediate, especially in that locality. It remains to he seen, Sun, how be apt to be treated alike as concern-1 The Queen Bess, Bosun, Hewlit-Van ing Labor as a Vrhole. With this fol- Rol were the heaviest producers in lows the risk that the tranquillity of Labor as it is in one country will be destroyed by the consideration that' Star" mines, near Klmberly and the at Ainsworth, the Paradise, .demere contributed Flarenci in another In cue which and common to Labor in general; this without' taking. Into serious account j Zinc Zinc, formerly an lo the "difference1 in-localJ mining' ot silver- lead ores'" in this reflecting a problem in' suddenly Into prominence Value, being' the onlj .rnetal showing increased produc tlon for.the year. -_. t ...jThis new feature In the fitrting Ic of Kootenay has been'brough1 Smoky River." then returned, to will have the right to vote iii the civic elections hi Winnipeg on December 3, according to revised estimates of the clly assessment department. Approxi- mately 1S.OOO women were "p'aced on the lists through enlarged voting loiu establlsheil by the. Winnipeg city council. Six thousand women arc properly owners and so on the llsla automatically'. Clarence Holditch, who received in- juries In tho accident oil the OrlHia power line ou Saturday (lied iu the hospital. Painters and Plumbers Secur- ing Demands So No Further Action Necessary Medicine Hat has negotiations on for the locailou of ft canning factory there. Mrs. Mary A. of Uelluville, who (Heel in Kingston, ut years of age, left 122 descendanlG. In the provincial bycrelccUim held in.Shelburae county, .N.S., on Thurs- day, Hon. K. H. Armstrong. Liberal. was elected by over seven hundred majority. j Geo. H. Anderson hzs us j principal of the. Nauton 1'ublic school.) nnving been appointed instructor of] mathematics in the Mooso Jaw L'ol- j lesiate. at u salary of more per year lba.it the. Nnnton position. NEW YORK, Sept. postponement of a general strike of Jieporis coming to the olTiC' thousands of workers In the building united Urain Growers Lid. trades; carpenters, bricklayers, plas- terers, electricians, house wreckers, laborers and stationary engineers ami Hrenie'h agreed upoii last night at a special meeting of the several union :es of the In throughout the Wett. In 1S77 he..forme J a partnership one .country, is not-of necessity the same problem In another. Labor has the giant's strength which can bo beneficially or viciously used. >r troubles reflect o'n the j community, with.veiy often a boomer-j ores the district by'the Im- an effect on Labor itself. Troubles of, proved methods adopted'at the Trail necessity there must be, with tho: Smelter, jvhere the Cqnsoticlatcd Jlip- means taken to adjust them. It will! be in the Interests of "Labor not co' add to these unnecessarily by think- ing that problems elsewhere apply' also to it, and thus magnify what may be minor grievances. To preserve the Kith Domlnick Lynch in a cattla and dnover oiwratiug between Montana and Alberta until 1SS3. In this year ho located on premises above the pres'ent Bar U ranch, on whut was long known as the Emerson ranch, and here established tho An- chor P brand, and operated Individual-' ly until 1310, when he formed a part- nership With Rod. Macleav, which part- nership, existed until three or four years ago. In 1906 he removed (o the -Little Bow, some distance south of Brooks, and fo'.ir years later went into the Red Deer country, about 24 miles north of Brooks, his Interests lo Rod, has since for the greater part of the time made his home Bt High River but spending'period's In California.. Coming to this country when be getting what they "end a selUemcnt of Ihe strike is only a ma.tter of a few days. Seventy-five per cent, of the employers already havo agreed to the demands.'1 N gary indicate that the average wheat yield in be twenty bushels au acre, The first whito girl lioru in Calory Is dead.. She is Mrs. Cornelius Cough-, lin, daughter of J. W. Costello, and of cvMttyiir C. Coslello, uud ot Dr. t.' J." Costello, who over- e seas service for five years. She WLIS: CANADA NOT LIKELY TO ENGAGE IN WAR MENNONITES ARE TOLD born there In 1SS3. Mining men from nil of Can- ada and the United States will uttciul the annual convention of the Canad- ian Institute of Mining and Metalurgy to be held in -Winnipeg, October 25, 20 and 27. Between and women Your Children DESERVE A On a "cheap" piano they will nefer, lenrn or play perfectly. You'll be surprised how little wo ask for tho Mason 111 sell lasts a lifetime. Easy terms of payment arm "Factory to Home" prices. Balmoral Blcck Home of the Victrola" OTTAWA, Sept For some time I past IhB government has been bom- j bariled with demands from Mennon- lles, Ukrainians and other foreign communities that Canada should re- i _ from poing to war with Hiisaia. 'soldi Appareally tho idea haa got abroad. I od JIacleav and amonga I'UQSB people that the Domin- Jon Is on the verge of hostilities with i Russia owing to tie Polish- situation. happy condition I-abor enjoys in Can; ad'a, when contrasted with we view-when we our eyes overseas, should be the aim of Labor -here. much aympathy toe .Shelbnrrie sup- porters of Mr. iieighea may offer to .the Provincial Ministerl and what effect the iederal Premier's argument' OUR .UNIVERSITY may have on the Colchester friends ANB THE WAR. of the Murray: goveranVent.' THE ANNUAL LABOR rwy. Labor Day throughout the Dominion Trill be celebrated on Jlonday. It is the annual recurrence of a day which, apart from toeing a national holiday, symbojlzeg the fact that Labor has Its official acknowledgment as a na- tional entity with an important place IK the national economy. The Province of Alberta has its ed the- electrolytic method of reflnli _. As will bo seen by the following table, Fort Steel district furnishes the bulk of the zinc produced. Production Production District: 1918 1S19 LbS. Lbs: Fort Stecle 4M6G.703 Slocan Ainsworth All other sources Copper The production df copper In the district 31 and a .fraction from t the production of year. univer3ity, situated in prbductimi which, as an institution in tie Prov-1 and was valued at S20W37. The aver- ince, may well he regarded as ono in ase 'or the year was 18.69 cents MSI. ir. M uo per as against an. average ot apuxain; ami L.CUIUUII Us peop.e should take a pride. for 1D18 The wbole production (Idaho) UP to Iho- present The Province, in the number of men of this metal was from the Creek confessed that marched forth from it in "defence i district. of Empire, and in its war" effort, has toHhe value of S1.B35 was eilracled from ores from the Sunirka- much to glory in. In this valiant and oy the Trail Smelter, patriotic part the men of the Univcr- f_nnd tbs whole, of !t was to the sity of Alberta' played their part In j United Suites'. (l t About five thousand tons of flour was shipped from the Ro.ck Cantlj common with others. Their record Labor Day iu Canada will dawn with' is denoted In the fact that the enlist-; group o{ f conditions of the most favorable kind snents included 23 members of the i during the year. This mineral is 'Isqd as regards stability and freo-1 s'aff, 76 graduates, and 331 unucrgrad- jin making hydrochloric acicj which in 1 turn is used in lead terming. Eight hundred and thirty-six tons of dom from unrest and nates. Of these ti3 fell while on active as compared to conditions in tho Em- pire and in other parts of the world. The "working men in Canada to-day, if they choose to compare conditions tore with those which are prevailing 1 'the world over, have good rsason to congratulate themselves that so far :'ia; dislocation of employment goes, they are In a far better position than their brethren elsewhere where labor and other troubles are acute. TOrday there cannot be said to be anything iu the way ot unemployment In Canada. The labor market is not congested; It anything it Is rather -the other way. .The working man, cs a rule, is prosperous. In some in- dustries, such as the mines, it is a case of not being able to get men in to man the In- service, and others won decorations j this was shipped to the United Slates, sufficient numbers dustry. On a day such as Labor-Day it ns a Victoria Cross. The part which the University took in the war is sought commem- orated, and for this purpose Is hoped the curr. of wil raised through the generosity public ever willing to help a worthy cause. The memorial Is planned to take the shape of a physical one to stand as "a record of noble deed lofty spirit, lo serve as a reminder that an inspiration for the generations that are still to come. This, it is estimated, will take from to The balance is. lor the very appealing need of providing scholarships to be awarded lo the children ot those who gave their services so freely at a'timn tho value being Will Spend Ten Millions -Here- Sell Food in City's Own Shops did, when there u-ere few while raen, and-living through a period of won- derful changes and gave to him an experience which comes to I mode of tra.ve.1 .qn h'sl coming was by horseback ant] tvx cart, and his remains will be conveyed to their last Vesting .place by auto hearse. His long years In Ihls aU "Industry which ban.made Alberta.and the West fam- ous, gives him a place of prominence centiy (ri the history of a country, whl_ch is foremost in a great dominion of a mighty empire. His long life of usefulness and pioneer experiences was full of Inci- dents of interest, and Mr. Emerson in one or another way, had to do with ranches which have since become famous, having the distinction, with Mr. Lynch, of filling the contract driving the first Bar II cattle herds from Spokane and Lemheigh Valley Bar U. Mr. Euiersoa erected, the first cabin on what Is now the Round T ranch, he built inrJ87S or ;79. Suc- cess has been the reward of honest Industry and deceased has.accumulat- ed "wealth, p.nd hik holdings now in- clude an Interest with. Mr. George Lane io the largest business hlock in High River, which is known, as the I Lane I-'mojson block. fleccnts events have given opportun- ity for the proper recognition to Mr. Emerson, merited by him as one of the earliest settlers: and a factor in the progress of the country. In Iho historical pageant just lately staged by the Hudson's Bay Company in Cal- gary, Mr. Emerson was given a place of mo.sl at the re- union and jubilee in connection with the High Uiver exhibition on Aug- ust llth. he was chosen as chieC of {She oUl-timtrs. ajnl on that occasion i was presented with an address anil gold-beaded cane. The goal thbgs have been said of this fonrl man even before his death Those- -.rho know him best" esteera him most, and the whole community i mourn the loss of an old-timer and man. In instances the assurance has been alven that there is no .present t Ganger ot the Dominion becoming ser-j lously involved in another war. j KILLED OLD MAN ANO SAID THEY WERE PLAYING Sept. J. Duraski and Harry Salttbimick. two youths who John Kochut, an aged. farmer, v.-lio died at Gimli, re-] ceotly A'TTchral hemorrhage, were'today sentenced by .Judge Kerch- mer to. "an JujeflTiite: term in the de; tentlon ho r-a. Tlie hoys put forth the plea that they were merely playing and .had no intention of hitting the sged farmer. AREYODRFEE1 BE OR HP? If so it is not necessary. Have your feet fitted, with proper appliances for relief and then treat them properly with Dr. Scholl'.s "Three Necessities" and yoiMyill have comfortable easy feet and your rheu- matic pains will leave you. Appliances for AH Troubles. Ask. To Be Fitted Shoes For All Agec W. J. Nelspn Sherlock Building ANGUCAN WESLEY METHPPjST CHURCH Bth Avo, St. Augustkn'a Church, cor, and Hth St. Rev- Gore K Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212'8th St. S. Telephone 1400 S a.m.: Mui.v ror.iniuiiiuu. 11 a.m. Mailiii Holy Communion. 3 P.IU. Sunday ctr.ool ii.lu.: KvtnsunK. Intcrcesslnns in.il Ulble Class. WctV imsday X p.m. CsberK for fsu'.'.-liy. Messrs. Barua- cal, Urodic anfi Uullftr, TORONTO. 4.-M. ot LONGSHOREMEN'S STRIKE FAILS Paris. Franco, rcnresentinr; the French capital, purchasing fon.istnffs liiilhi" country, arrived here yosUrday ac- by a, technical, expert He THE UNITED OF NORTH .1. isiiii imi illy ui J u vide monetary assistance to those that cily lno fam ot len students whose academic career was lion dolhr-j to be spent "In this conn- interrupted by their self-imposed task! try in the purchase of foodstuffs. SI. I sympathy with tho cauao ot Irish free of volunteering tor the war, so that KarM-'J '-'ready purchased Iroz- en meal lo the value of one million Ihey may be placed in n position to am] nesl ffiw j purchase butter, eggs and jams of the nation's and Empire's extrem- ity. These are the main objects, but to a kno-vleilKe of Ihe will there is an auxiliary one which merits foodstuffs ranarl.i has to offer, not Ije amlsa for Labor to take stock I every consideration. This is lo pro j Some titie (igo Canada maito ar- of tho present Industrial situation in y Canada, with the tranquillty anil the prosperity that prevail, and contrast these with the unrcist, with the sequences of that unrest, which is going on in othsr piaces. The work- ing man, as ho is wont lo bo called, who Is contented does not of his own free will go out In search ol trouble. Trouble Ihero 1s bound to be In the ranks of Labor at some time or an- other. This, though it sometimes forces itself, cannot bo said lo be welcomed by honest Labor.evon, per- force, It Is so at times that it must be. But the less trouble in Us ranks the more will honest Labor be pleased. ,To minimise as far ns possible trouble Inii re-minder in a memorial for nil! n" bcrthcif. and the ot trouble, anil not to stretch out to seek for the same, Is bound to he wise counsel, In this policy those who have tho Interests NEW YOfiK, SJepl. The an nouiicerl strike of three Jong- LE1HBRIDQE R-v. T. O. Pastor Phone 165? shoremen employed on !irlilsh steam-11271 6th Avj. il. ship iiliirp in Rrooklyij (ailed lo Choir Mrs. f. Jackson, terialixc luiViy. Officials of virtually all lines announced nci shortage from theif number of workers. striking Imisshoremeii on North river picra, who out last In of labor Blnc-trely at heart wil bappily employed. Labor in Cuuadu lias iU emu bo complete their university course. No ona can gainiwiy the fact that the money i3 well needed anil that it to lie well applied. H Is well lo have stosi the spirit which prevailed in onr principal seal of learning from __ which the future teachers In Alberta j fit-pi. -Three liners will tome, it is a spirit which will reached port this morning, The Cana- I million francs. The food will be sold yt cqst In the 1S6 shops owned by the city ol Paris. THREE LINERS DOCK lend itself lo ihe usefulness of these! Pacific Ocean Steamships Or'arn- and Ihe former from teachers in the responsible tasks I., m" 'oi-rner irom r i Antwerp and Southampton, ami Iho which they will be engaged. Chat; jaUer from'Liverpool, anil the liner spirit slioulil bo personific'l as a last-i Kamarina. from llavro and I'lyinoulh, InK rc-minrlor in a memorial for nil lime and for helping tliosp ivhci slmv.--1 oil thcmpclves ivorthy ol popular re gard. In the circumstances a ccinlri-; butlon, well placed, fchoulil be directed to the bursar of the- ['nivi-vEily. inady rayablo. to HIP. University of Alberta Memorial l-'uucl. FIRE DESTROYS SHINGLES NKW WKSTMINSTKH, 11. C.'. Sept. i o! siiinglcs, tho dry ktln and lundliif; platform ot the Ijomlnlon I'n.. hcno, were destroyed lasti i niphi. fin; daruagc lo Itll'.'pldUt, ilnm, also w Unth strikes halve been denounced in statement from liea.dquarters of the Intel national Longshoremen's As- sociation. PRESIDENTIAL HEN TO SPEAK ST. i'AL'L, Sepl. 2.i-Four presld.cn- llnl candidates will spcaX the Mln- nosola stale fair next week, It w.oa an- nounced loday. They are 'Governor M. Cox, Senator Warren 0. Harding. Republican; Aar- on S, Prohibition, and Parley I'. (Ihristenscu, Farmer-Labor. U. S, WILL ENTERTAIN s Sept. Plane have licc-ii completed by the chamber of (ommcnc of Iho Hulled States to cnlortaiii litre the! llrUish (telesales to Ihe aiieolal council commerce lo ho hclil in Toronlo fiepliiinber IS lo Tho M'lll includo prcsl, clonty of clMiiibcrR .of connncrce of tho fdU'ipal dlice of great 10 Jmioi ohoir practice. 10 n.rj llcpl. of the aunday School in th? I'flll. 1'ii.ni Tupi.'. "Till! Referendum. 2 o'cViik1 llusinnors anil Primary de paitinoiiu o( tho Sunday School In tlie Hall. 2 o'clock: Oirls' Kept, of the Sunday- School in the Church, a: Arlull UeiH. of the Sunday School In tlio Hall. S: Song Service. M Topic 'The Gospel of Cpr. 4th Ave- and 11th St. ,S, Rtv. C. Cragg. Pas'.or Mr, Clailda Hughes. L.A.B., Choir Master Service helwfcun Wesley Mcilb- oillst anil Knox rrnshylcrian will conllriiia lliroiiglimil Mic month' ol Septnnihcr. Services rlnrliiii Irmlior In charge ol llnv. Cnjit. A. >t Morning service; at K'no-i with Knos in charge- Kvi-.iilng service In Wisloy ivltli V.'tsliy choir iu clirirye. Owing to Itib illnRas of Rev, C. 1'.. Cragi; in Calptry. Il has Itecn to contiituc1 tho. iirjilttl services Knox anil Wesley churche? for the monllt of Sepioinljcr, morning torvk-j at Knox anil evening service at Wes- ley. It Is hoped that Mr. Crass will IIEJ able to resume his work in Octo- ber. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4IH Ave. and Sth Street S. A. H. Denccn, Minister. Ernest F. Layton, Organist and Choirmaster. United Service between Kims i'rcs hyturlan Wuuloy Methorilst continue througlicuit die month of ScM'teinber Services In charge of Kcv. Cajit. Denoon, and will be held Iu Knos in the morning, Kno.-: clioir In charge, and Wesley In thci cv'euica with Wesley choir in 10.00 n.ni.: Sabliath School. II a.m.: Kindergarlou and Class.' n.l'i: Ms Sisters. 2 i'-m.'. li's Brothers. 4 inn.'i Chinese Class. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BETHANY HALL 205 Wh Street North Sunday Meetings Worship DreaklnS of lircarl. 11 Q.m, Sunday Hihool. 3 Kvansellsllc Service, 7.3D p.m. (lod's .tif Salvation A Hearty To All. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS' Dominion Blda., 6th Street S. Kunclava. p.m.: UHile Sludy. Sundays, p.m.: Bible? Stuiiy. p.ni.: Hihlo Study, by proiae, prayer, nod tlincny laioling. Ail Welcome. No All publications of Uocicty may nriw be obtained locally, including 'Tinishetl Mystery." PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Streot Rev. F. Dafoe, Minlstor Mr, B. Jones, Director of Choir Pastor, John McAlistcr. SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service nl 11 a.m. Sunday School, n.m. Subject, Sept, Testimony MeeUng, Wed. at 8 Rca'iim! itooni upon dnily from 3 to t. f Jn, Sunday Morninfi Service-, i Sunday Afternoon Sunday p.m. Snnilav Tuesday and Thursday Kurvitn. Pastor, John McAlistfir CHRISTIAN CHURCH" l Kt-rvlce. .1 WHAT WK STAND FOIL Kvnngelioal Minlslcry. Ucs-jneratn -.ibc-riy, Clirislian Equality anil nibllc.il Au- thority. Hervic-es at 11 a.m., Morning School and class at 12.15. Runilay hi the 5th Avc-ir.io ilmrrli at 8 p.m. livening service at 7.30; I'rlmacy of the Atonement." The C'oniniiuilcii of the lord's pcf at tho close of Ihe cvonhiM per- Thu vatlor wilt jireaeii u{ both tor- Evcrybacly Oliver L. Curtia, Pastor Cor: 3rd Avt. ini Bth 31, 4. OM-'.iees tomorrow, SALVATION ARMY II lloliuc-sB Mcclirg. K p.m.: Sunday School p.m.: 1'rafsc jieetiiiB. 7..10 i'alvalicin JiinMlv.i; Ailj. Hardy iimt M. Kdc, ofTicerii in charso, ;