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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "MfiF- FOLU THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publisher THE LETKBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED JZ6 6th Street South, Lethbridse W. A. BUCHAXAX aad Mamgirg Director John Torrancd Btuineis Manager THE WORTH OF LIFE credence was placed In reports that lonrplrjtorj hr.d .planned not only to bomb Bui-jtp-bum Wall Street. This ined alter cer- exp often the true rc-r......____w. envy and discontent. may be oppressed with thVbiu-d- ens of the day and, in that tiiiiurs are not so rosy for our- selves as we would wish them to be, we are inclined to be I resentful, if not rebellious. I4e borse ..h. A good (leal of this feelin? of resentment and lion is due to the fact that we fail to take a conception of' owcer life and to estimate it at its true worth. We are by so tlo Police Won't Talk statement by cvi. ci the cmce. >mu who snoii the horse. to (he death wag- nd the identity Hember Audit Bureau ot Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per wees Daily, by mail, per year Dally, by mall, for 6 montij Bally, by mail, i months .Weekly, by mail, per year..... Weekly, by mail, per year so s wa.tcr-s-olulile.and is more :j.ment defeat than a set back to the augurs well for.the Hospital In that Itj movement. is an Institution in which women's lu- ll Is significant that Mr. Crerar, ths tersst wil1 ereatly count. farmer leader, kept out ot the Col- Hospital work of the hind the jchester fight, just as Mr. King left Ladies' Aid voluntarily aims at withdrawal ;the St. John contest alone. However Is one that cannot bnt fail to appoal 5.' The ul, rrellcn bthsr prominent farmer leaders have to the best side of women, in the mis-; "irmarchs, situated on the right bank Ibeon campaigning for the farmer can- slon that It carries to bring Scinc. I'arl3.: and solace and to tho life o: haide ]f Mr. McCurdy loses on Monday it inmates, as far as possible, just nt the present tiicp Anna mean lhat a Cabinet Min'sle canpot fce returned In Nova Scotia, a !.Colchester Is about the safest Co_ eerrative seat in the province, and Mr. McCurdy one of the stronge candidates. Should hoth elections result in the Government, it will be ;wliloly found where there are active cell structures.- 3. Dr. Caafinir Funk.'a'n'ussian chem- ist, in 1913. 4. Disease ,1ml death would ensue JUKI the' inme F.S would 'follow tho or ivater. of the French Pres. Thos. Dnce and Bishop J. A. Hammer and wife left for Utah ODj Monday. Frcs. Ou.ce will attend: a conference at foil rLe'lc'e Citjr, 'and Bishop Hammer and wife went via Spokane nml will remain In tne.sonth all winter at Logan, Utah. ?Jr. James Hansen, one' of Card-, ston's leading horsemen, sold his large ranch east of town last spring and has been visiting in the south In quest of a new home. He returned home last week and reported he had seen many places not so good as Alberta and very fen- as good but none better. has decided, to remain In. Cardston dis- trict. Mr. II, D. Folsom made a business trip to Ltthbridge Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walbiirg'er, old timers of Mt. View, have purchased a home in Cardslon and -are living here now. Threshing startsMpday on th vast wheat fields on the Reserve north of town. Mrs, Addie Garner Is at our local hosiiital with blood poisoning. Miss Verja Layton la on tho Im- prove. Tho regular meeting of the Women's Institute was held at the home of -Mrs. J. A. I.cadBetter on Friday, Sept. 3rd. Correspondence was read from Mr. Longman, principal' of the Ray- moiid school nf agriculture. A'letter from Miss Mary Mclsaac regarding the referendum, one from Miss Isabel Xoble regarding the federated insti- tutes and asking for a contribution toward the fund, also one, re an itin- erary lecturer from, England, and one guvornment distribution of trees. A financial-report was given SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920 PICKED UP IN PASSING V 0 l{ THE B U S V MA N People -Hope Stricter Liquor Laws Will Get Rid of Evil Conditions nn. ereti a Waus'burs. li. C. .CHICAGO. Sept. 16.-Relums from (Pro.u Our Own.Conejpundom) _ out 0, COLEMAX, Sept I Rev Kdgar Watson. M. P. P. for Including 2.S17 ot Cook county glva Is rrocetdiug slowly. Du; it is tiered i North Victoria, has resigned his pas- i William McKiuloy a lead of 4.54S that by ilia end ol the a torate "I Ttneloa ftllb liaplist votes over Frank L. Smith for Repub- number will have regislereil. It Church. j lican nomination for United Slates It B: Pew, general secretary of the Cranbrook V. M. C. A. has resigned. The fl. C. Spruce Mills Ltd., will ereu a big mill at U. C. amusing to hear reasons for the difference or lack of interest in tlie- Jas. McDonald, a Crabbrooli resident registration. j for 15 years, and known amongst .One fellow said, "that things 'could j lumbermen, is'dead. He came from not be worse bere." He did not stop to think they might be bet- ter, and. will be better If the referen- dum carries; so says i'reinler Slewart. Just to show that the Pass Is not so bad as some people even the folis who llvo ia It from day to traveller heard Commissioner Cuddy say to a frlenri in "Tho senator. With 447 precincts missing down state, and S79 unreportcd in Cool county the totals were: Slillwatcr, Minn. McKlnley 321.SS4; Smith A correction In Chicago return: tak- All Indications ore that the Liberal Ing 6.000 votes away from Smith put Government at Victoria will make au McKlnley in the lead. With retu'ras from precincts out of in Illinois. :.en Email lei John B. Ogleshy by votes for the Republican gubernatorial nomln- early appeal, to the electors, accord- ing to the Cranbrook Herald. Joe Mock, aged 12, was Instantly kilted at the new building ot the Re- atlon. Their totals with 412 precinct! Pass Is EO worse than other places." I etua tradltig company when i missing outside of Chicago and 273 He was In IL for two days and should fell from the building and struck him be an authority! Mrs. Nellia McClung Is to speak on behalf of the Referendum Committee in the Institutional church-on Thurs- day evening. The Rev. D. K. Allan and Mr. Cham- bers, physical instructor, canvassed the town last Friday In the interests of an indoor gymnasiuai for the win- ter months. They raised a creditable sum and have the promise of more when a suitable building Is secured. The young girls stood at the Rank and secured nearly for the same purpose.1 If the enthusiasm keeps UP, there Is no doubt (hat some place will be bought or rented, Mrs. Talnter ot Taber is Tislting with'-Mrs. Powell. Mrs. Menziea, mother of Mrs. Jas. Allan, and Miss Vaabridger'from Les- lieville. Alberta, left on Wednesday's train for home after visiting in Cole- man for some weeks. It Is amusing to hear the school children use the language of the min- er and speak about being on the morning shift or the afternoon shift. There is. so much congestion in the school, through the delay In having the West Ward school finished that the principal and teacher have had to divide the classes in some of the rooms, and some meet 18 the morning and others in the afternoon. Mr. Bruce Gray, student missionary, from Beaver Mines, occupied the pul- pit of the Institutional church on-Sun- day. Mr. Gray won his M.C., on the bat- tlefield of France. There were large and appreciative audiences to hear him. Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. "Jaj1. Scott, anil her daughter, Elizabeth, who have been visiting in CcHeman all summer, left for their home on Tuesday's train. Mr. Alex Carson arrived home on after spending a Erjl'endldjjiqliday In Winnipeg, Saska- toon and Calgary. .Messrs. Hull and Barton will be in Coleman on Friday the 24th, in the interests of the Referendum. A basketball match .has been ar- on the head. Chris Olson, au aged American, is dead at Webb, Sask., as the result of an accident. He was fatally' injured when jammed between the pulley and belt ol a separator he was oiling. utiiseppe rliago, eighteen years of age and unemployed, bought a ticket In the National lottery, at Home, for half a dollar and has won a capital- prizo worth. Prof. John Stafford, of Vancouver, who was raised at the old home-stead near Flesherton, Out., died suddenly of heart fatiunTui Laduer, B. C., where ho was visiting his sister. Crowds ot pilgrims having assem- .t bled at Cashel, Ireland, to witness the j alleged manifestation ot the bleeding i statues, Dean Ryan writes to the papers saying that the priests disbe- lieve divine Intervention in tho case nnd warning the people against .ex. pectlng miracles there. Two new directors' appointed to the board of'the National Lite Assurance 'company of panada are Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux.'Monfreal, former postmaster general of Canada, and Mr. E. M. Mac- donald, ei-W.P. for Pictou, Nova Scotia. unreported in the city were: Small Oglesby, POLISH DELEGATION REACHES RIGA RIGA, Sept Polith delegation which Is to discuss armistice and peace terms with the Bolshevik has arrived here. The delegation came on two Brit- ish torpedo boat destroyers from to Llbau. "Soviet domestic Russia is on the road to and economic said J. Cowan, !aie lieutenant and ad- jutant of the Fort Gary Horse ot Winnipeg, who hag returned from ah extended trip in the Caucasus. Rev. 3. B. Rohold, F. R. C. S., pastor ot the Christian Synagogue, Toronto, J has resigned from that position, and will leave at the end of the present month for Palestine, where he will be- come the Principal of a new Bible col- lege to be established by the British Society at Haiffa, Mount Carmel. ranged wlth-the High school bills of Blairruore for Friday afternoon. Look out for thrills or chills You'll Be Surprised, At the. pleasure n VIctroIa iii the home will give you. Music fo taste. Vlctrotas upwards. Sold on terms. 540 easy We can sell you every Record mado for the-Victor. Ask for Big Free Catalog, list- ing and describing every Victor Record.' 'Balrnorai Block Home of the' Vlctrota" what may bo caller! ;an encouragement for the byc-elec Ttlon contests in East Elgin, West "lore Is lllc duly of min Leeds, all in Ontario, and .....4Yale, ,ln British Columbia. In the {Ontario seats the farmers will he ac tttlve factors, and up to the present II '.has been conceded that least Klgin enco of lnc Aid of tho "jwould elect a farmer. The result on! if favorable lo the' Govern .Jment, may mako a difference. In it West Peterboro a farmer-labor com- tblnation elected e. candidate by near- ily a thousand majority in the Ontario {provincial elections. A similar com- ibinatlon has a candidate In the field Jalready for tho bye-election. In Hospltnl. What It will accomplish cannot but be a matter of iiitercGt lo tliosc eslimjite the meaning of an Institution such .1.1 Gait Hospital, anil tiiose who have a ik-Firo Cor Us welfare will wisii tlie tlnn every success. 'Leeds, where Sir Thnmas While fs ex- -'peeled to resign very soon, the farm- :ers haro not displayed much strength .In past elections. In the British Col- titnbia seat a farmer may bo In the .Held, hut tho general opinion ta that Government candidate, a Vernon newspaper publisher, will be. eiKcicd ts succeed Hon. Martin Burrell. fslerlns to the wants of those who are !a physical distroEs. It u ncll that thfs part has not bjcm as shown In the form.ilioii anil c-.xlst-' Cr.ushlin, acting Inspector In chirge ll'r- i.i secliliip; to r-.itnbllrh tbd iimgroKs be- tng mad-; from criminations nf the I horfc lha wagon. The been newly 'ijohSr.d.' luit On afternoon, Sept. ]3tl., the Institute called n meet- ing to take action on tlie icfrjremium. There were (juite a tow laiiitb interested and tho Kov. Mr. Aly.Tarri gave some iritcrestlng roiuls ou earning election. It was strictly a business melting. WIU- MKAN INFRACTION 01- TUB MONOPOLY LAW Those who have on their WASHINGTON, Sept. plan rroVofed by the big five packers to disposi of their stockyard Interests to F. n. I'ritii.'f! and'company, of Bos- .....r bore nfl' result' in the separation inn Mrrny) "II. S. I. Tiiis ;s a 1Jn. of tlie from packer intor- lon Internnt-! I'1- f'-ileral trade rammtsslon dc bail old ft on his forr cation before'the raise of the passen- ger fares will be the envy of Ihose who have yet to take their vacation. The firm altitude of the Australian Federal Government linn broken tho Sydney Iron workers "no fatunlay work" strike. Tho has shown the iron hand. which if rop'TlC'l to have- only or" Ir.r.-.l In this Tin- 500 racm- hdrs being ciriTiincd. "'''iiv, Diivhlin Mid he had Iiren iinabln or, to cstabllEh tho (.f the ivtisoTi or Its owner. ffnifert'ncc nf (Irjicctlyc-c, however, will liu Iichl nt this after. when It Is Commission- er Knrlsht or sninc (if his chiefs will public first forinnl report ciiMiTiK lih At liCHdijutirton t- was said littio jn a report to Attorney Gfnyral I'.-'.hner. The corrunission cx- vrossotl Iho opinion that the present plans outlined would remit In infrac- Ihi; monopoly law-greater fitid nmro stricnis than thff existing Infrac- tion. liusint'j? men In Fiilton MarXel. OKIcaso, prcscnte'd Clrrls; Cullan with n iripp. in. rc- of his 25 years' service as loiter carrier in that district. ANGLICAN St. Augustln'a Church, cor. Sth Ave. and 11th St. Rev, Gore" M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212 Sth St. S. Telephone 1406 Holy a.m. Matins and Holy 11 a.m. Sunday p.m. p.m. Matthew's Communion In Chapel at 10 a.m. Wednesday Intercessions and Study Class, S p.m. Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 21th. Philyss, Marshall and Randal. Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th.St.. S, Rev! B.D., Pastor Mr. L.A.B., Choir Master Ciwitlg 'to tho -illness of-iiev. C'. B. Cragg In Calgary, it.has.been decided Lo -continue- united services of Knox and Wesley churches for thi month of .September, moiiiiiig-fcrvlcB at Knox and evening service at Wes- ley. It fs hoped that Mr. Crags will 10 able to resume' his work in Octo- ber. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIOGE Rev. T. D. Joner, Pastor 1271 Sth AV3. N. Phone 1655 Choir Mrs. F. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice. ID a.m.i Boys' Dent, of ihe Sunday School in the Hall. 11 a.m.: Mrs. Nellie McGinns will speak. 2 o'clock: ncglnnM-s and Primary de partmenta of Ihe Sunday School in the Hall. 2 o'clock: Girls' Dept. of tho Sunday School In tho Church. 3.15: Aduit Dept. of the Sunday School In the Hall. 7.15: Song Service. 7.30 Topic: "Spiritual Worship Which la a Living Service." BETHANY HALL 205 13th Street North Sunday Meetings Woreliin and Breaking of Brnad, 11 a.m. Hrliool, 3 p.m. Sen-ice, 7.30 run. God's Way of Salvation Proclaimed. 4 Welcome To Ali. METHODIST CHURCH KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ASSOCIATED'BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., 6th Street S. Punrtays, p.m.: Bible Study, bumiays. Bible Study. Wfdricbtlhys, p.m.: Bible; fallowed by praise, prayer and tes-: tiiiLony niieting. AU Welcome'. No Collecllori. publications of Society may now lie obtained locally, Including "Finished Mystery." Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street 8. A. H. Denocn, Minister. Ernest F. Layton, Organist and Choirmaster. United Service, between Knox Pres- byterian and Wesley Methodist will tonlinue throughout month of September Services In chargo of Rev. Denpon, and will bo held In Knox in the morning, Knox thoir in charge, and Wesley in tho evening with Wesley choir in charge.' 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath Sch'obi. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten atid JJegnmerg Class. 12.10: nig Sisters. 2 p.m.: B'g Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Block Pastor John McAlistcr. morning. 11 a.m., Worship. Sunday ufteruoon, 3 p.m., Sunday Kclrool. Sunday.evening, 7.50 p.m., Bvangelist- It service. .Monday S cx-nugiltst, J. Kaunders, Ixio An- Rnics. Thursclny, S People's meeting. All welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 a.m, Sunday School, 12.10 n.m, TeAtimuny Me'Hirig, Wed. at S p.m. Heading Koom open daily from 3 (.3 5 -p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Street Rev. r. Vf. Dafoc, Minister Mr. 3. Jones, Director of Chclr WHAT WB STAND FOR Evangelical Heg'jnerat< Membership, RelfgltAts Liberty, Christian Equality and Biblical Au- thority, Services: Services at 11 a.m. null 1.30 p.m. Sunday School and JJiMo" Class p.t 12.15. Sunday School in the 5th Avo. church nt 3 p.m. Hev. C. C. McLaurln, ol Calgary, will preach at both services. Everybody Welcome SALVATION ARMY 11 n.m.: Holiness Sleeting, 2 ]f.m.: Sunday -Knhrinl. Praise Meeting. 7.30 p.m.: Salvation .Mroling. Aiij. I tardy and JJ. Me, oflUwrs In charge. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Osr. 3rd Ave. arm Sth St. 8, Usual sorvitcs tomorrow, ;