Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGBFOUK THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER It, 1920 Sbe Detalb HlDerta WEEKLY and Publisher! iTHE UETN8RIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED Street South, Lethbrldja W. A. BUCHANAN gwaldent and Managing Director John Toirance Business Manage. Somber Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates: DaOj, delivered, per ......J .25 Daily, by mail, per year........ 8.00 Daily, by mail, lor 6 mouths 4.25 Daily, hy mill, 3 months 2.50 Wwldy, by milt, per year.....1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 TRYING TO GET A FOOTHOLD IN QUEBEC. At last the farmers are beginning to make a noise in Quebec. The move- might spread to all other .parts ol Jha Dominion but it would never touch -habitant" at Quebec, was tht. irgnment of -Liberals and Conwrva alike. Whst has happened? Tha fery first vacancy in the Quebec Leg jtldture. created by the retirement of fair Lomer Gouln, Is to be contested hy a real veil earmarked farmers candidate. Whether he will succeed not. only the bye-election result can leU.-b'Jt it is true anyway that the (anner Is on the Quebec map and, un- ionbtedly, worrying the politicians of lhe''01d parties. If the farmers win they will be encouraged to )iake a drive throughout the Canyon imagine whst might then Ven'to a "solid THEY WHO SERVE BEST of Love JN THE CITY An anonymous, contribution, in I.. which the writer-signs himself "A crank .'ticker or .anything else you reached bur hands. to this, he laments the lack of a suffi- ciency''Of drinking -fountains .in the city. He complains that there are no public toilets, no pnblic'baths, and no public swimming.pool. This being so tie urges that the Individual in need of recuperating his health suffers through the want of means to enable. to live In places in the city that have tho necessary sanitary, conven- iences. We do where the writer in question' rTsa fixed his abode, but '.fre states atmosphere of bis, room, .Combined no.'doubt' -with' the nigatintire-caused by the preying on Mm of conditions here as he' sized, them, waa such that he was' unable to Bleep and had lo' take the night air' outside, here, however, he met with cause for complaint. He BtatcE that he went Into a cafe for ft refresher In the shape of a glass ot milk, bat was should have sald_ by being given He serveth best wbo loveth best aU things both great and small." The poet who wrote these lines had an intui- tive knowledge of the true inspiration of service._ Every one, whether of high or'humble station, has a mission in common in this world, it is that of service. True service has its origin in love, and love is the guiding spirit of the creed we profess, in.that He whom we worship is Love. The man or woman who is engaged in an occupation which he or she loves produces the best Love for this Qccupatiqn will breed a respect for it, and with this respect the best service will be rendered. We are all de- pendent, one on the other, in the service we give. In the spirit and in the measure we render it that service will be worth. To give it grudgingly will discount its effect, ve for the service itself will make it impossible _to give it in small measure or in grudging spirit. With in evidence the world in general will benefit, for it is ser- vice that figuratively the world move round. Love begets pride. The man who loves his particu- lar labor takes a pride in it, with the consequence that beneficial results follow both to himself and others. The man who "loveth best all things both great and small" un- consciously becomes a lovable individual, and the more such as these are in evidence, the more will the world be a pleasant place to abide in. If each dne estimates the value of true service there will be less of the sordid selfishness which is found in the world today. Out- every, action mil be guided by the best of motives.' Service to be pi true value should be shred of selfishness. Its main inspiration should be not to benefit ourselves alone but to benefit others as well. The individual who honestly renders service, with a love for the service he renders, cannot be'discontented. In this lies the way to happiness as far as it can be obtained here below. We pride ourselves on our Christianity, in its civilizing and other influences, but how many of us re- member that the key note of that Christianity, as 'laid down by its Founder, is the spirit of service. The spirit of service abounds in many of us. But too often it needs some untoward circumstance to bring it into true being.. :We had a manifestation -.of this in the war, men and many women showed themselves in their true colors, with wonderful benefits where'that ser- vice was directed. Service should not betwrapt up in cotton wool to be brought out only on special occasions. It should manifest itself at all times, with the same un- selfish spirit which the war brought forth. It was'df great benefit then. It will be of great benefit now. SASKATCHEWAN DECIDES TO MAKE .APPEAL In Connection With the Death of J.ohn Telfer, the Fenue Man (From Our Own Correspondent) KEKNIB, SepL Ions wait for final action by the corouer's jury which examined into the cause ol death of John Telfer, whose body was found floating in the Elk river near its mouth'early in Juus, following the disappearance of Mr. Telfer from his room In tho Elk hotel at EJko on the night of the 20th of May, came to an end this week, when, upon the return ol Harry Douglas, foreman of the Jury, from his vacation at the coast the last session of the jury was held and-the-following verdict was re- It REGINA, Sept. this afternoon It was officially v aoncuuccd that the provincial govnrnmaut would appeal against the decision of the Board ot Railway Commission- ers to grant the freight In- crease on Canadian lines. PICK ED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Bethel Congregational church, King- i ston, has decided to eftend a call tg Rev. P. B. Sarusou of Calgary, Alta. Di. Pierre. Georges Roy has turned: We, the jary'sitting upon tho case of the death of John TsKer, submit the following ;verdlct: "That John Teller came to his death on or about thfe 20th day May, 1920 at or In the vicinity c-f Eko, B. C., f rom some unknown cause, and we, the jury, can Ond no evidence or cause for suicide. "From the evidence submitted the origin of: the fire, which occured.in tho room occupied by the late John Telfer in the Elk hotel on the nfeht of May 20th, has not been satisfactorily This verdict was rendered after the evidence had been gone over by Cor- oner.Thomson, and the jury had been addressed by Sherwood Herchmor on behalf ot the relatives of tho deceased man. Much time and effort had been ex- pended in an endeavor to clear np the mystery which shrouded the death of .John .Telfer, bat the verdict re- flects the failure of snch efforts and the sudden ending of the life of a man who had been known throughout the1 whole Pass district for 20 years is still a mystery and may so remain as long as the waters continue to surge through the deep canyon through which ;the last earthly Journey of the railway road .master waa taken. Grasshoppers Held IndeckinSask. REGINA, Sept. more than acres of grain have been des- troyed over the entire province to date this year, despite the fact that the infested area ii from 16 to IS times aa great as last year, when about the same acreage wai des- troyed. above figure is the result of the compilation o( estimates made by the field representatives o! the field crops branch of the Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture. During the campaign an enormous quantity ot supplies has been shipped in the affected areas under arrange- ments effected by the Department of Agriculture, without cost to the farm- er. A total of about tons ot poison Ingredients have been used, Including 130 carloads of bran, 13 care of tawdust, gallons of molasses, 6 carloads of arsenleja car- load of Paris green, and 7 carloads or of lemons. Aa many' as eggs ready to hatch were counted In a square foot of sod early in June by ooe field director. After an application of poison bait near .Caraduff, one field director counted dead hoppers on a square of ground, and from 500 to was quite a common quota for a patch of ground ot that size. been appointed Quebec Provincial Arch- ivist, Joseph Halght was blown to pieces In a premature dynamite explosion in a well at Jericho, Out. Thos. Woodle was killed and a thirteen-year-old s'rl seriously hurt ia a motoring pcitdeut near Brldgeburg. Motley TJlch ot KIngsvillo was elec- trocuted at the bQuse ot the W..E. L. S. Radial railway at the Lake. Miss Florence M. Eaton, o! New York, died of collapse at St. Cathar- ines under an anaesthetic while about to have her tonsils removed. A new bridge will be erected over Bow River at Banff, at a cost Of 786; The bridge'will be 120 feet long, with a 86-foot roadway in four spans. Her hair, caught in .the shaft of a windmill near Lewiston, N. Y.. the head of a ten-year-old girl was Blowly turned till the neck was broken i CIVIL SERVICE ONION AT T. AND L. CONGRESS 1 what looked like milk but with a cost which necessitated a little operation In arithmetic OB "inflated .values. "A crank kicker or anything eUe jrou please" considers It our duty to' nd 8th 3t 8. Usual services tomorrow PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Block Pastor John McAllster. Sunday morning, 11 a.m., Worship. Sunday afternoon, 3 p.m., Sunday School. Sunday 7.30 p.m., Evangelist- ic service. Monday evening, 3 Evangelistic ox-pngillst, J. Sanmlcrey San An- Thursday, meeting. 8 Young All welcome. People's CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7tti .Streot Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Sunday School, 12.10 a.m. Subject: "Substance." Testimony Meeting! Wed. at 8 p.m. Reading Room daily from 3 o p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Street W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. B. Director of Choir WHAT WB: STAND FOR Evangelical MInlstory, Regenerate Membership, Rcligluus Liberty, Christian Equality and Biblical Au- thority. Services: At 11 Worship. Sunday School and Bible Class at 12.15.. Sunday School In the 6th Ave. Church ot 3 p.m. Evening Service nt 7.30. ".The World's Greatest Need." Everybody Wnlcome SALVATION ARMY Sunday-- I n a.m.: Holiness Meeting, 2 p.m.: Sunday School, 3 Praise Meeting.. 7.30 p.m.: Salvation Mooting. Ailj. Hardy and U. Edo, officers chars"